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3c. per Copy, j $6 per Year. -J i " 1 . ' '4 -I X11E CARRESGTON PPBLISHCWr CO. THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN TTO CjT OFFICE 40O WATE'ITREET. VOL. LY. " " " Nlly HAVEN,' CONN., MONDAY MORNIXG. APRIL 11, 1887. -, NO. 86 hi I 1 i & Easter Attractions ! Gloye Department. We offer this week extra quality 4-button Kids for o'c a pair, i nese gioves are luuy equal to any yac kids in the market; only a few dozen in the lot. Nevelties in Easter Kids just received. Ladies will find a (treat assortment of Embroidered Back Gloves in all the new Spring Shades. Special value at 91, Si. 91.45. 91.no, 91. ny ana 91.70 a pair. Agents for the celebrated "t OSlEK K.IUS," every pair warranted. ., , Handkerchiefs. lCLirint rtvlM (new c-oodsl in fancv Hemstitched and Embroidered Handkerchiefs from 6c to $2 each. Great assortment of choloe styles lor 1UC, lJc and 25c each. Parasols. We are now offering a complete assortment of Parasols and Sun Umbrellas from 25c to $10 each. Many new styles are confined to us and cannot be found elsewhere. Early purchasers secure the novelties. Ribbons.. In this department we always have something under price. This week we are selling all Silk Pi cot Edge Satin Ribbons No. for 4c, No. 4 for 5o. No. 5 for 6c, No. 7 for 9c, No. 9 for 10c, Nns. 13 and 16 for 12Hc. New shades in 5 inch Ribbons for fan cy work. Crown and Loop Edge Millinery Rib bons in all the Spring colorB at lowest prices. Silk Department. 12 pieces Colored Rhadames, all choice colors, for SI. 15 a yard. Same quality we have been sell ing for tt.SS. ? ' - Colored 8urahs for 75c, regular 8Kc quality. Handsome styles Summer Silks .for. 50b a yard. Special bargains in Black Rbadaniatr. atTNJic, $1, and $1.25 a yard. - "" Cloak Department. Ladies' Jackets for f 1.98, $3.48. S3, $8.50, $8.80, $1.50, $5, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $8 and $10 each. Bargains in Imported Wraps. Misses' and Children's Garments. Correct Styles at Right Prices. Goods delivered free in West Haven, Westville and Fair Haven. toe k Stetson, INSURANCE BUILDING. New Karon, Cobb. Qnsxxvmxcc. NewTork LiffilnsurancB Co. Organized in 1845. Purely Mutual. CASH AS3ETS, Jan. 1, lsS7 $75,4X1,453 Divisible surplus, Co. 's standard $ 8,080,527 Tontine surplus .-,"5'45 Surplus by State standard. 4J4 per cent . . 15.M9.319 Policies in force, 87,719, insuring 304,873,540 Income in 1886. . " SS- Annual premiums In force 16,386.068 New business in 1886, 9M,OS7. policies, in- miring 85.178.294 Interest receipts in 1886 8,722 502 Death losses paid in 1886 2,757.035 Interest receipts over death losses 1886. . 965,467 Interest receipts over death losses last 5 years 8,872.878 Divisible surplus toeachtl.OOOinsurance $28.85 Death losses in 1886 to each $1,000 ins 9.77 TkAnr.h trauma and exoenses to income. 1886 (Cost of insurance) 81 per ct . The New York Life issues a greater vart- ty of nolicisa. and the returns on its maturing Tontine dividends are larger than thoae of any other com- For full particulars and rates writ to or call at ta Connecticat offlce, 811 Chapel Street. New Haven. HENRY O. LEWIS, Supt. of City Agents. A. L. GURNEY, General Agent. mfttf STANDARD FERTILIZERS. Root. B. Bradley & Co. are ready for the season or wltn an unsurpaasea siock or ine oeet r er tilixers In the market, in large variety. Something for every Soli and '.Crop. Look at the list; inapes' Special Hannrei, Baker's Special Manures. Qnlnniplac Fish and Potash. Quinnlpiac Fish Guano. PHOSPHATES. Qnlnnlpiae Fertilizer Co.'i. K. Frank Co.'s. Williams, Clark & Co.'s. PURE GROUND BONE Rogers, Hubbard dc Co.'s. L.. B. Darling Fert. Co.'s. Lester Brothers'. Lester Bros'. Ammoniated. Qulnnlplae Fert. Co.'s. CHEMICALS. Muriate Potash. Nitrate Soda. Sulphate Potash, etc. Superior Lawn Dressing. ROBT. B. BRADLEY & CO. f28eodaw Hello. Jack, what are von looking after? whv hello, friend Charley, lam looking for I Beo ham's shoe Store, and have been for the past year, ever since he left Chapel street. Why, don't you know Jack, he is right up here on Elm street, just the south side of Broadway. Why, hare, look right across and see that big BlKU. HEXHAM'S GREATBARGAIN STOHE He always did sell cheap, but they do say that since he ba got up here he is fairly outdoing himself and almost giving away tne goons. w.il well. It seems strange I never saw it be fore, but I do not come this way very often, but I am glad I have found it at last, and shall come this way after this often enough to keep the family Howe Stetson shod up at - BENHAH'9 QBE AT BARGAIN 8TOBJE, 3 IG ELM STREET. - Sonth Side of Broad way. ROBERT A, BENHAM. vmu&xizs. THE P. D., L1B.CO. TO H0USEKEEPEHS And ali who are Interested In the means of savins time, pains, la bor and money, we submit the following f aets: Your Oarpeta can be t&k.n up, CLEANED and STEAMED, thereby RENEWED, and relaid. Your Curtains can be made to look as GOOD AS NEW. Laces, Draperies, and all like household furnishings can be cleaned or dyed. Gents' and Ladies' Garments dyed and finished. giving COMPLETE SATISFACTION. In the Laundry Department the laurels so long ago won are still held. All orders will receive immediate attention. The Forsyth Dyeing, Laundrying and Bleaching Co. Works: State. Lawrence ud MfrChan le Streets. Offices: 87S and 645 Chapel St. TELEPHONE. Goods called for and delivered without extra charge. If vour collar breaks where folded over, or the points not turned down even, or the button holes tear out of Tour collars and cuffs, or if vour shirts are damaged in laundrying, bring them to us. Wo do not Damage Goods. vxtsr us. tar Goods caHed for and delivered without ex tra charge. Telephone or send postal. TROY STEAM LAUNDRY SO Center Street. A. J. CRAWFORD & CO, provisions, z. Fine Country Eggs FOR EASTER. 5,000 dozen tine fresh egg?. 6 dozen for SI ; 'c dozen: every egg warranted. Finest duck eggs 35c dozen. Finest geese eggs 7c each. A lot of fancy new prunelles 15c lb. New Muscatelle rai-ins 10c lb. New loose raisins 7c lb. Extra large risina 14c lb. only Oranges Orange Another shipment of oranges direct from Florida 25c per dozen, splendid large oranges. 15c dozen, faaey lemons, IS & 15o aoaen. Our elegant creamery butter, plei Hood table butter. 85e and 28c lb. alLatSoclb. Our Old Government Java coffee trade is con stantly increasing. It is bound to make friends wherever it goes, and only 35c lb. Fresh roasted and ground to order. Don't fail to give it a trial. EVERYTHING LOW. D M. WELCH & SON, as and 30 Congress Ave. Branch No. 8 Grand St. TELEPHONE. ONE PRICE THE CASH STORE OFFER TIIIS WEEK: Freeh Country Ekes, warranted. 18c dozen, 8 dozen for $1. t me creamery nutter due pouna. (Joofi Table Butter 5c pound. Washburn's, Crosby & Co.'s Superalative Flour only 75c a bag. White Beans 7c ouart. 4 Quarts for 35c. Fine French Prunes 10c pound, 3 pounds for 35c. uia Government Java uonee c pouna. Fine Canned Corn only 10c can. Fine Canned Tomatoes 10c can. Fine Canned Peas 10c can, 17 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. 20 pounds White Extra C Sugar $1. Also a full line of Beef, Veal, Mutton and Poultry B. F. BANKS - No. I Broadway. Choice Poultry, Heats and Veg etables. A Full Line of Best Groceries. Flour, Teas, Coffees, Spices. The best store in the city to trade. THOMAS KELLY'S, SIS State Street, Corner of Pearl. All orders promptly attended to and goods deliv ered In any part of the city. roh7 BROADWAY CASH STORE HAM AND EOOS REDUCED. FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Only 16c Dozen. EXTRA FINE SUGAR CURED HAMS 13c a Pound. EVERY HAM WARRANTED. PAUL JENTE A. BRO., ap 1Q1 anal 10T Broadway. Guilford Clams, Salmon Halibut, Red Snappers. BASS, Westport Smelt. Perch, Ac, at A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 8oa stltid - A Small Lot of NICE SMALL TUkKEYS, Full Dressed, at 16c a pound, I.. (CHOHBBBGBB'S, Nog. 1. . 8 Central Market. Congress sve. JI7ST RE CE IT ED 1 bbl. only extra line amall white Block Island codfish. Fresh Baby Pretzels. - Extra choice new crop Porto Rico molasses. Fresh fruit Florida. Havana, Valencia and Hessinas. . . . Fresh Neufchatel cheese. Extra nne ota cneese. Cooper &. Nichols, 3T state street. THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS Fresh Eggs, warranted, 17c, 6 doz for SI. 4 lbs fine table butier $1, 80 lbs Carolina rice f 1. 35 bars good laundry soap St 20 lbs C sugar $1. 15 lbs French prunes $1. PiUsbury's best flour $5.75 per bbi. lit lbs lard $1. Cooking raisins 8c per lb. Boiled white oats 10c per pkg. Canned salmon 13c, a for 25c Sweet corn 10c per can. String beans 10c per can. Maple sugar 12c per lb. Lemons 15c per dos Oranges 13c per dos. Excellent cider 25c a gal. Good Java coffee 25c per lb. A flnfifanan tea COc Der lb. Full line of fresh and salt meats. ' ' Fresh poultry latter part of the week. . , . JT. H. KEARKEY, -ELM CITE; CASH GROCERY, T4 and TO Congress Avenue, Cor ner Mill Street. Union and Baister copy. IgtUtxattotx. European School of Languages, OF NEW HAVEN. (Palladium Building.) aTrencn, German, Italian, Spanish, Ttv NATTVK TxACHTCRS. Also Greek and Latin. For further particulars apply on Tuesdays, from 4 to 6, and Saturdays zrom 1 to 0 to tne principal. It. DE l-AKKA ja17 8m 99 Orange street. Room 9. Over 46. 48 and 50 Churcli Street. Thorough Dractical Commercial Training for Young Men and Ladies. One year, or unlimited scholarship $G0, including ail expenses, hix auuiiuH w. inrw muuiiw 949. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Business Forms. Correspondence, Commercial Law. fiank inflr. Finance. Ac. tamrht separately if desired. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING Good po sitions to com petent graduates. 1 Practical merchandise and produce department governed oy naiiy quotations. Day and evening sessions begin September 6th. fjai! rorcircutar. Rill 8 WCxb czllnuzaxts. LADIES Enamel Tour Rantres twice m yew, tops once a week and yon have the finest-polished stove in the world. For sale by all Grocers and Stove Dealers. Parlor Pripb M'f'g Co.. 140 Commercial street. Boston: Yale. Brvant & Co.. New Haven. Ct.: Geo. S. Smith & Co., Norwich, Conn., Jobbing Agents. jalfl - NEW HAVEN COMPANY, OliASGE STltEET. 52 nsrjbj w stock: OF- FINE CARPETS -AND SMYRNA. RUGS. Call and Examine Them. DRAPERIES every description. Larger Of stock Hi sin ever before. New and Handsome Patterns FLORENTINE SILKS For Sash Curtains Just Received Plushes, ' Linen Velours, Felts, &c. laces carefully laundried And Put Up. BABY CAFIAGES LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. Writ e For Catalogue I mmm S.S.M ALL ETT, NEW HAVENjCONN. ELASTIC HOSE Having increased onr facilities for the manu facture of ELASTIC GOODS We are able to furnish without delay, made to measure of the BEST IMPORTED STOCK, FRESH FROM OUR OWN LOOMS ELASTIC STQCKIHGS, KNEE CAPS, ANKLETS, AND WRISTLETS, &c, FOB THE SUPPORT OF Varicose Veins, Swollen Limbs, . Weak Knees or Sprained Joints. WE ALSO MAKE THE SILK ELASTIC BELT For the relief of Corpnleney, and which is an Abdominal Supporter, is the most comfort able article of the kind ever offered. Physicians and Druggists supplied with any grade of the above goods at BOTTOM PRICES. E. L. WASHBTJRlSr 84 CHURCH STEEET, 61 CEXTER STREET. Biew HaTen, Conn. GLUES Used by the bestmanufactnrerg and mechanics in th world. Pullman Palace Car Co. . Mason Jliamlin Organ & Piano Co.. c. , or all kinds f fi,w. uork. At the New Orleans Exposi tion, Joints made with it en dured a testing strain of over 1600 Pounds TO A 8QUABB INCH. Pronounced atrongext qlue known. TWO GOLD MEDALS. Zondom, 183. JVw Orleans. 1885. 1 1 1 yonx aeaier a oe noi Keep ii zi a. i his card and 19c. jpostatre for rample can, FREB. W3SS1A CKXBNT CO . eioucaater. Iih. "STERLING" PIAHOS A?iD OROMiS. The fc8trIlDr" Ptaao is teknowledsed to be the nearest Co absolute perfection Ever obtained in Pianos. Artists, dealers and pur chaaera all a?rea that it is outri vailed by none. Ma terial, construction, and all that goes to make up a first class instrument is touni in tnts riano. "Sterling" OriTHns.- These irstrunientff are un rivalled for volume and richness of ton?, and have scorea a eraicc lor uediraoia qualities unsurpassea bv any make of organ in the w orld. Have stood tbete&tfor over twenty y ea rs. Salesroom, 643 Chapel street, Elliott Homo iucfc, isew Haven, Ct, avi as at. a a ii iv ifflia)MJlL Wm oU ? C'33i'o23f5-iSH Wiioi McINTYRE, MAGUIEE &( CO. Lace and Handkerchief Department. $10,000 "worth of Laoes and Handkerchiefs. At this counter yon con find bargains that will surprise yon, and interest yon beyond a donbt. 614c each, 500 Antique Times great value and worth 12Jc; 12Jo each, 100 large size Antique Tidies, actual worth 35c. 29o each, 100 extra size Antique Tidies, worth to sell 50c 29c for one pair Lace Pillow Shams. Never sold under 50c, 75c for one pair Lace Pillow Shams, actual worth $1.25. 29o. a line of Lace Carriage Parasol Cover. Sold everywhere at 50c- 43c, 75c, a line ol lace carnage -rarasoi Covers. Stop and look at these, actual worth 75o and $1.25. $1.50, a line of Appliane Lace Carriage Parasol Covers, worth $2.50. 8c, a line of Egyptian Laces, many pat terns, worth 20c. 29o, 39o, a line of black beaded "Vests. Remarkable value. 79c, $1.25, a line of black beaded Fronts, worth double the money. - $1.48. SI. 75. two -pieces 42-inch Black Silk Chantilly Flounces, worth $2 and $3.50. 10c, a line of White Embroideries; this is the bieeest value yet offered by us, and worth 20c to 25c a yard. Hosiery and Underwear. $14,000 worth of Ladies and Gents' Hosiery and Underwear, to be' placed on our counters at prioes that will astonish buyers. The most pleasing thin? to us is when the ladies look round and examine goods and prices elsewhere. It increases our sales and McINTYRE,MAGUIRE & CO. Crosby's Vitalized Phosphites, THRBRIIN iV NEIIVEFOOD. Cureiall Usea by all pnysioianw. nRnnoraTB or bt 3Uil, si. on "the ASBESTOS WRXt 1UT1II). ' AIR-CHAMBER COVERING. "'" F LOCOMOTIVE LAGGING. I J ASBESTOS LINING FELT. pg Samples and Illustrated Pamphlet "Steam Saving and Fire-Proof Materials" Free bf Mail. H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURINO CO. out lummorcBsas or S.W. Johns Hn and Wer-Proof Asbestos Roofing-, Shaathta. Butldlaa; Felt, Askestos gleam Packings, Boiler Covering. Roof Faints, Fire-Proof Faints eto. VULCASESTCla oulded Fiston-Kod Packing. Kings. Gaskets. Snacc Packing-, etc Established 1838. o 7 IV' r r F rx lhmcwfw VOHH. T. . JBPPOOTT. ART WALL PAPER STORE, 860 CHAPEL, (Spring 1SS7.) L1UB, IUKH. To the public in eeneral as well as my former patrons At the above stores you can see and invest the finest lines of Wall Papers and Decorations. sive grades of Wall Papers and Decorations in almost (in decorations). I propose to suit all, and have you waited on skillfully and courteously. Among those who will wait on you will be Mr. I. M. Bliss, formerly with Mr. F. A. (j.lbert, who sha 1 be pleated to wait on those who he has waited on before. P. S -eneed help. P. S Painting, Decorating, Kalsomining, Graining, (Jildine. Glazing, etc., All orders executed promptly. Telephone miscellaneous. DR. J. W. GUMMiriQS, Electro-therapeutic physician of sixteen years experience, has found electricity to embody all the elements necessary zor toe treatment ana euro ok acute, nervous and chronic diseases, also stomach and liver complaints, Brights' disease, spinal troubles, inflammatory and sciatic rheumatism, uterine disease, etc. Electricity is far reaching in its power to heal and to stimulate the blood into action. Giveelectricitv the trial to cure you that you do medicine, and watch the result It will also cure any skin disease. Give it a trial and judge ror yourseii. SR. J. W. GUMMiNOS, No 4 Churcli Street. WOOD'S BLOCK. 30fflce houra from 8 a m. to 5 o. m a21 TVh.Ti i smv.-i.ia i iii imt nn!ft.n inurclv lo felon thom for M timean:! then have tfc?m return attain, 1 mean a red leal core. a lwe-lr:r fctudT. Iwarrant myremedy to euro tne voi-se r-vea. Because others hvo fatU-d is no reason fir a t row rC''!vfn ru'e. t&nd. at onc f;r a treatise and v I have in u le the llett80 nf FAT. r.ril.KVh or riu-inw 1 - -o Hurtle of my lufftmbio remedy, oivo Kxpreas ana -os Cruco. It costs you notninir for n tr:ai. ana i wmcareyf ' BOOT. 183 Foarl St.gNg Fork. FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prenared from tha recioe et Dr. Stephen Bweet of Connecticut, the frreat natural Bone-Setter. Has been used for more tban fifty years and is the best Bruises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external In. DODD'8 NEHVINK AND UTVIGrOBATOB. Standard and reliable, and never falls to eomf or aha asred and lp eTerybody who uses It. NEW GOODS FOR THE SPRING Hoop Earrings from 30c per pair. Ladies1 Vest Chains from 76c. Ladies' Best Chains, solid frold, from $5.50. Finest thing in the market at the price, isew Crescent Pins, in gold and plate, at bot tom price, ana a nost oi other beautiful things too numerous to mention. self, at j. nr. e. dbbast, Practical Watchmaker, 38 and 40 Clinrch street. The Largest and Best Repairing Shop in the City TILING HaTins been appointed by the International Encaustic TlloCo. or Brooklyn, W. Y., solo atrenti fortbc sale of their celebrated good) in this city and vicinity, we are now prepared to exhibit a choice assortment of Vetlbnles, Bearth,HaIl Floors,raantel Fac ings, etc., at oar wareroomi, 143 High afreet, and to furnish de signs and make proposals for ail work in the above line at the lowest possible prices and at shortest notice. THOMAS PHILLIPS & SON, 14 J HIGH STREET. ml8tf , ' VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS. Have them attended to before you make. your garaens and be sure and send to r'ARNIIAM, who ruaranteessatisiaotion. " ' , Order book at R. B. BRABuET 4 CO.'S, 40 Btatestreet. EOKT. VE1TCH SON'8.974 Chapel ort .T T. LEIGHTOn. 29 Broadway, r. o. Box 855. uity. Prompt attention to orders. Private lnb Champagne. THE new wine, highest grade imporxM. at . HAIjLt S, 2& 5 1 ' proves the stability of our-merchandise and prices. We therefore earnestly hope that ladies will shop more, as it will be beneficial to them and certainly will be to us. (High priced houses never wish customers to leave their store until the purchases are made.) 50c per pair We show a line of 70 distinct styles, fine 40 gauge assorted French, Ger man and English fancy . Hose, and quality and design superior to any ever sold at 75c to $1. 45c per pair 40 doz Ladies' Fast Color Hose, in crescents, polkas, black and white, etc., etc., worth 75c. 75c ner pair 25 doz Ladies' Black Silk Hose, the best value in the land. 29o per pair Misses' lull regular made hose, all black, with full Mako feet, fast colors, rise 5c a size. 95c per Vest, special, our genuine Swiss Lisle Thread (not cotton) as sold elsewhere at more money, i All sizes same price. 100 doz Gents' Percale Shirts,, with .two collars and separate cuffs, continuous btfnds. extra sizes included, at die unprecedented price $1 per set of (shirt, collars and cuffs). There is a shirt in the market made of com mon cambric. Please do not confound this ' with that inferior article. Tha shirt we offer is sold in other places at $1.50. Would be good value even at that price. . Special drive in Gents' Teck Scarfs, latest shapes, at 50o; actual worth $1. Look at our Star Waists. 25 doz Fancy and White Suspenders, our 50c quality for this sale 25o. 50 doz Gents' French Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 75c each; sold in New Haven at $1.25. 37 doz Gents'. White Merino Shirts and Drawers, light weight, fall regular made by the New Britain Hosiery company, always sold at $2, extra size $2.60 and $3; our price for this sale only $1 per garment, all sizes included. " . . i titi-:4 WeaknesseiandNervons Deransement &b WKtjTTWKW ri-nnii ST.. m;w y ukr. STANDARD."4 EXTTTOBJC PHTUDElrSU. BROADWAY PAPER STORE, You can alto And the medium and the most inexpen endless variety, as the eye forms its own beauty etc., done by experi- connection. bXexlical. II. N. BROWN, M. 1)., No. 93 Olive Street, Will be in his Office every day except Sunday, where he can be consulted on all Chronic Diseases. Hours 10 a. m. to IS m.. S to 4, 7 to 8 p. m. Clairvoyance. SIRS. J. J. CLARK Test and Business Medium, 228 Crown Street. Try spring remedies for the blood and liver. Mag netism, magnetic treatment. It . is the life giving principle. It penetrates the nerve centers, equal izes the vital forces, removes pain, and is king over rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, etc. Consulta tion 10 a. m. to 1 and a to 5 p. m. and evenings. They Are So Convenient ! They act so quickly. They are so sure. There 'b nothing like them. They never fail. This is the record, and these are the endorsement tnat thousands who have suffered from the variety of stomach troubles caused by Dyspepsia and Indlsestloa, and have gained no relief until they used i D. K'.S j when they received immediate benefit, and were permanently cured. An occasional use or Dr. Mara: R. Waodbary's Dyspepsia Killers will prevent hear! burn, or any disorders of the stomach, and correct all cdnditions which lead to dyspepsia and indignation. "Take a D. K. and be j. a., nas neeome almost a world-wide maxim They cost only 50 cents for a large box (trial boi ror .& cents), and will be sent by mail to any part uuium oLtttc on receipt ol price, oy Doolittle & Smith. 24 and 26 Tremnnt t nnatnn a9nr r r wwh quiosiy. maeea it does, lady, you Jan fJook it in Five minutes, by the clock. Yes, very much nicer than oatmeal, and for the children ! Nothing Let ter. It is the best Cereal Food In the world. . Sold in S pound packages by giwiwooiwjuiiMo, xijr ib. ai nr " Site lottrual and (Llcraxiz" THE CAKSINGTON PUBLISHING CO. ThcOldestDailyPaper Published in Connecticat. SINGLIt COPIES THBEE CENTS. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL ' . IS PUBLISHED Xyzbt Thxtbsdat Moiumra. Single Copies Scents - 2.00 a year Btrictly in advance - 1.56 a year AU letters and inquiries in regard to subscriptions or matters of business should be addressed to THE JOURNAL AND COURIER, New Haven. Coma. Notice! We oannet accept anonymous or return rejected communications. 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Yearly advertisers are limited to their own Imme diate business, (all matter to be unobjectionable) and their contract do not include Wants, To Let, for saie. etc. Special rates furnished on application forcontracls ' covering considerable length of time, or a large pace. DiLrmtiD by Cabbtjebs is the City, 15 cents a Week, 50 cents a Month, $3.00 ros Six Months, $6.00 A. Ysab. The Samb Terms By Maxu Monday, April 11, 1S87. THE VOTING KANSAS WOMEN. Many accounts of the progress made by the nobis cause of woman suffrage in Kansas on the day of the recent elections there have been published, but it is difficult to tell from them just what progress was made. Some of the incidents of the canvass and of elec tion day are, however, interesting and sig nificant. Mrs. Helen U. Gongar, a "temperance worker," succeeded in making quite a stir in Leavenworth. She took bold vigorously in behalf of the Republican candidate for mayor, but she defeated him and herself be cause she consented to talk to an interview er. He reported her as saying that, in con sequence of the proximity of a military gar rison, the fashionable society of the town was "frightfully licentious." The society women resented this scandalous imputation. In vain Mrs. Gongar protested that she had never uttered the Words put in her mouth by the reporter, but had said meraly that "the upper stratum of society was somewhat licen tious." In vain she had the reporter arrested for criminal libel. The society women reg istered; then they fell to work for the Demo cratic candidate, Mr. Neely, and elected him by 21 majority. At Tope k a the mayor, who was a candi date for reeleetion, was ordered to appear be fore the Kansas Equal Suffrage association and explain why he had not suppressed the houses of ill-repute in the town. A corre spondent says: "The man stood in the mid dle of the room blushing. The picture was that of squaws about a stake." On election day "wives went to the polls with their hus bands, mothers with their sons, and in many instances young men were accompanied by their sweethearts. Frequently a silver haired mother wended her way alone up to the polls and cast her ballot." One woman, a Democrat, presented herself bare-headed, with a baby in her arms; another, a Repub lican, was bent on voting for her pastor for mayor and only the earnest efforts of friends induced her to vote the regular ticket instead. At Wichita 171 women had described them selves at the registration office as "sports;" they voted solidly for the anti-prohibition candidates. A mob of 5,000 gathered around the polls, and greeted their appearance with cheers, cat-calls, etc. Here the Women's Christian Temperance union issued the fol lowing appeal: Whereas, The daughters of Judah have gone about the streets these many years mourning because thoughtless men have caused small and designing rulers to direct, because they have seen the fair yeuth of the land destroyed by sword ad mortal pesti lence and the young maidens to become a prey to the fowler, Therefore. Arise ye! unoose ye trom among the people able men such as fear God, men ot truth, bating covetousness, ana place such over the people, to be rulers of thou sands and rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties and rulers of tens! And so forth and so on. Those who are looking for reasons for woman suffrage will have no difficulty in finding them, and those who are looking for reasons against it will also easily find them. EDITORIAL NOTES, The Shermam boom seems to be doing well enough. Yesterday was fall of cheer, both to those who accept its religious significance and those who do not. Dakota has met the free pass question by appropriating $1,500 a year for the travelling expenses of the Supreme court judges. Governor Marmaduke, of Missouri, has approved a bill to olose the saloons of St' Louis on Sunday. The world does move. A bill has passed the Pennsylvania senate making eleotricity the agent for capital pun ishment. If it becomes a law the entire Union will watch with deep interest its ap plication. The Buffalo board of fire underwriters has issued a deeree that there shall be no more smoking in newspaper and printing estab lishments in that city under present rules, the alternative being a re-clasaiAoation of policies under the head of extra hazardous risks. This is a reform which is needed in other places than Buffalo. The Wine and Spirit Reporter is naturally opposed to high license, but it makes a strong argument in its favor when it says: In thirteen leading cities where the license fees run from $50 to $1,000, the ratio of saloons to population diminishes in proportion to the increase of the fee. Where the fees are low est, there is on saloon to 115 people, and where the fees are highest the proportion is on saloon to 426 people. The Pooh Bah of New Jersey, at least in the matter of offices, is Henry C. Kelsey, who is Secretary of State, bank examiner, clerk of the board of State canvassers, olerk of the Court of Errors and AppealB, clerk of the Court of Impeachment, clerk of the Court ef Pardons, clerk of the Prerogative court, commissioner ef the State library commissioner of the Scientific school amd State commissioner of insurance. An ingenious improvement in the raanu faetnre of tin cans for preserving food is be ing introduced, the plan consisting simply in so forming the lid that it is merely pressed oa and the can is hermetically sealed, so that no internal pressure can remove the lid. Wa ter boiled in s tin thus closed has failed to force it off, althsugb. the steam pressure-has burst the can itself. A penny piece, howev er, used as a lever by being plaoed under rim formed around the top of the cover, with the shoulder of the can as a fulcrum, raises the lid with a remarkably small expenditure of power. The principle involved in the de vice is that of the wedge and lever. The neck of the tin on which the lid fits is form ed at a very slight angle from the vertical and the rim of the lid is made at a corre sponding angle, no solder being used to form the joint. By means of this arrangement, therefore, the opening of cans is rendered remarkably clean, quick and simple opera- tion, contrasting greatly in these respects with the inconvenient method of opening How in vogue. The defeat of the woman suffrage amend ment in Rhode Island was very ieoided. The Providence Journal has this to say of it: The people of Rhode Island, always conservative in tha matter of suffrage privileges, were not ready to venture on so large an experiment, involving, as it would, an addition to the present electorate of a body of voters larger than itself. The amendment has been re jected, therefore, mainly because of its inex pediency and the immense sweep of its de mands. With regard to the theory involved or the justice of the suffragists' claim, it may simply be said that Rhode Island thought is fully as far advanced as that of any Stater But consider ations of common sense and practical government have rightly outweighed any mere theorizing or sentiment. The results will be acceptable to the majority of the women of the State, who can but feel re lieved at not being forced to assume weighty duties and responsibilities which they did no ask for or desire. Nor will the results in any way retard the true progress of Rhode Is land women or deprive them of a just con federation in the" legislation of the State. i COMMUNICATIONS. A Word for Fair PliT. ' to the Editor of the Journal and Courier: , When streets are paved the property Own ers bear a part of the , expense; when they are top dressed or hardened with stene the city bears all the expense; then in order to preserve them our board of publio works say they' must be watered at the city's expense. This may be lovely for the people who live on such streets, but is it quite fair for those who live on Belgian or unpaved and unhardened streets? It looks to me like robbing the many for the benefit of the few. Fair Play. MOURNFUL. "It's all very well," said the gravedigger, "to advise a young man to begin at the bot tom and work up, but in my business it ain't practicable." An esteemed contemporary excitedly de mands to know "for whom was the earth made?" We think that question will have to be decided by arbitration. There are a great many claimants. Lowell Citizen. "Father," said Eollo, "what is meant by the intoxication of wealth i" "Means that money is tight," replied Hollo's father, who had been shinning around all the afternoon with a piece of paper looking for an auto graph. The king prize. Mrs. DeHobson "What a lovely prayer book, Mrs. Hendricks. Ib it a present from your husband?" Mrs. Hend ricks "No; I won it at the progressive euchre party at Deacon Smith's last week." Puck. "I've got the most money!" he shouted across the street, as he held up a nickel. "I don't keer fur that. My father has been ai res ted." "So's mine." "But they took mine down in the patrol wagon and yours had to walk." Detroit Free Press. Clara I understand that Mr. v Fetherly paid me a very pretty compliment to-day. Ethel Yes? What was it? Clara He said that among the most beantiful young ladies at the party was Miss Clara Smith. Ethel (with a cough) Yes, I noticed you among them. Esmeralda Longcoffin's parent says to young Mr. Staylate: "I may be an old man, and a darned ugly old man, but if you don't go home I'll show yon that I still possess the fire of youth, for I'll fire a youth out of this house, and you will be the youth." Young Staylate: "Mr. Longcofhn, is this a hint for me to go?" A commercial traveller, wishing to take a rise out of a clergyman who occupied the same compartment, aaked him if be had ever heard that in Paris, -as often as a priest was hanged, a donkey was hanged at the same time. The victim of the joke replied in his blandest manner, "Well, then, let us both be thankful we are not in Paris." In Criminal Court The district attorney, in a nne burst of indignant eloquence, pointa to the prisoner at the bar. " xes, gentlemex of the jury, you see at the end of my arm one of the most scoundrelly men that " The prisoner (interrupting): "I admit.gentle men pf the jury, that my accuser is in the right, but he forgets to say at which end of his arm." "And is this to be the end of all?" said O'Reilly De Vere aa he seized the girl's hand. "That's ttbont the size of it," she replied coldly. "You tell me that your employer has refused to raise your salar. ?" "Yes," cried the youth eagerly; "but next year " Excuse me," she interrupted with Arctic frigidity, "but I am not investing in futures not this week." lid-Bits. 'I want you to notice that butter dish," said the landlady to her boarders; "I think great deal ot it. it's an old piece of china an heirloom, you know." "Yes," said Potts, who was the oldest boarder, "I ean certify to the truth of that statement. I have often seen a hair loom up in It." Hereafter Potts will have to pay his board in advauce. Elmira Gazette. . A little friend of mine was recently taken to the place where his grandfather had been buried a few weeks previous a lonely spot on the edge of a gloomy wood down in Le Sueur county. "Is this heaven, ' mamma?" whispered the little fellow, fearfully. "JNo, dear: this is a graveyard." well," return ed the little fellow, thoughtfully, "I'm glad it isn't. You toldme grandpa had gone to heaven, and I thought that this was the place." St. Paul Pioneer Press. Storv or Three Wealthy Women. Philadelphia Letter to the Qlobe-Democrat.! The three daughters of the late F. A. Drexel, the wealthy banker of this city, who were traveling abroad, have reached home, A great deal of attention has been shown them in the Eternal City. They have been entertained by some of the Roman nobility and many of the American and English rest dents. They were also presented in private audience to the Pope, who had already heard of their munificent charities and. also of these of their dead father. They are all three of a deeply religious turn of mind and write glowingly of their visit to the holy father. Even while abroad they kspt up their home charities, and wrote coastantly concerning the great home for boys and girls just outside the city that is being erected at their expense. Their late father gave outngnt one minion five hundred thousand dollars to Roman Catholio charities. The remainder of his fortune, amounting to over thirteen million dollars, he left, share and share alike, to his daughters for life. If the young ladies mar ry the fortune will go to their children. If any remain single it will go to the children of the one or two who marry. If all remain unmarried the entire fortune will, after the death of all three, be divided in equal pro portions among tne charities mentioned in their late father's will, and to whom the one million five hundred thousand dollars has already been awarded. The same result will follow if they marry and have no issue. The immense fortune in the hands of the three young girls literally overwhelms them, They don't know what to do with it. Four millions and more in the bands of each of the three girls. It is no wonder that they feel burdened. They can't spend the money. They can't give it away fast enough. The Home for Boys that they have founded will associate their names for generations with one of the greatest institutions of its kind in the world. Such a retreat to be founded by young girls has been unheard of hitherto in the world's historv. It is intended to rival in material, extent and educational scope Gi rard collese. The first eost is to be two hundred and fiftv thousand dollars, and the young girls subsequently are to pay the en tire exDease of carrvini; on the institution. The buildintrs are now well under way and will be readv for occuwanor before many months. The joung ladies during their tour abroad have been visiting all the prinoipal Continental institutions for the education of the young, and write that they have acquired much knowledge mat win De ot use iu caiij- mz out their great project. Although so wealthy, there has been no how whatever associated with their tour abroad. They, lived in the simplest manner, and their retinue of servants consists of just two persons. They live in the same unos tentatious manner at home, lhey nave town house in the fashionable quarter on Walnut street and a beautiful country place about sixteen miles from the city. They love the fields and the river and spend only about three months in the year in the oity. They care nothing whatever for. fashionable societv and are rarely met at festive gather inge. They are thoroughly trained business women, up in all the mysteries of bookkeep ing, and they themselves keep all the ac counts in connection with the every-day ad ministration of their fortunes. Their recreations are chiefly outdoor pleas ures. They are skillful horsewomen, trained from childhood to ride. They have a stable of fine horses, and one meets them riding miles round their country place. A ride of ten miles is an ordinary indulgence, and a run of twenty miles has not worn them alto gether out. They are fond of dogs too, and they have at least fifty of the faithful erea tures running in and about their home. Their personal expenditures do not equal a tenth of the sum they give away yearly in charity. They have a long list of pensioners who depend largely upon them for support; many old friends and pensioners also of iheir late father "and mother. They are also regu lar subscribers to a great many charitable in stitutions. Begging letters pour in upon them by the hundred. But though they are not deaf to any worthy appeal, most of these epistles they promptly and prudently con sign to the flames. There is a chapel near to their house. Of course they pay most of the current expenses of that too. Still there they probably get their money's worth, for they attend early service there every day. They teach Sunday (school in their own house, having a class of sixty or seventy boys and girls gathered, from the country side. While abroad all their various char ities are kept up by people whom they specially designate for that purpose. Thus the good work goes on ceaselessly. Alto gether they are an ' excellent trio, far the three- richest' unmarried sisters in the Uni ted States. '. The New Steamship Olivette. Tn the last number of the Marine Journal there is an elaborate description of the new steamship Olivette, built by the Cramps of Philadelphia for the Plant Investment com pany (a Connecticut corporation), to run be tween Tampa, Key West and Havana in con nection with the steamship Maseette and the Plant system of railways in the South, thus making a tri-weekly line between the above points. She is an iron vessel, built in con formity to all the rales governing the con struction of the best American vessels, and with three special objects in view to adapt her to the Gulf trade, namely speed, ventila tion and perfect sanitary conditions. Her dimensions are: Length over all, three hun dred feet; breadth of beam, thirty-five feet; depth of hold, twenty-one feet; grosB ton nage, twenty -five hundred. The engines of this ship constitute its principal feature; they possess all the most advanced improve ments of the triple expansion type, which in the hands of the builders have been marked with unusual success. The walls of the dining-room are finished in different varieties of hard wood panelling with sofas extending nearly two-thirds of the way round, while at its after end is built a mahogany Bideboard twelve feet long and four feet wide, backed by bevelled French plate mirrors, all of unusual elegance. En closed in this sideboard is an orchestrion which plays many of the popular airs of the day. This dining room will seat ninety peo ple comfortably; it is lighted from above by an immense skylight with stained glass panes, giving the saloon below a lovely sub dued light of rainbow hues. This apartment is also so closely studded with windows that an unimpaired view can be had nearly all around the horizon, thus making it a most delightful resort for obser vation or lounging when bad weather pre vents occupying the promenade deck, up holstered leather sofas, light bent-wood cane Beat chairs and extension tables that close up to drawing-room Bize finish this saloon. Jnst aft of the dining-room comes the pantrv, which is situated exactly over the kitchen, communicating with the latter by means of both elevator and stairwav. These two im portant auxiliaries to the dining-room are fitted with the finest wares and necessary utensils that could be found in the city of New York. The Edison incandescent light has been furnished this ship throughout; both mast head and side signal lights have extra burn ers in case any one gives out. There is also a four thousand eandle power electric search light placed on the bow which enables the officers to see any object a long distance ahead of the ship. Electric bells in the staterooms communicate with the stew ard's department and others with the prop er officers. The American ship windlass and capstans and the Williamson Brothers' Bteam hoisting and eteering engines are sup plied this vessel. She is also provided with a circulating pump which keeps a stream of water flowing through the pipes in the clos ets at all times. The upholstery of the din ing-room and saloons are of the best leather, and the carpets are the best Brussels through out. The National marine Band. Washington Letter to the Saginaw Courier. By 8 o'clock the Marine Band, resplendent in red flannel and brass buttons, marches in. These brilliantly uniformed fellows are all enlisted men, who get $21 a month. The leader, Sousa, also an enlisted man, gets $90 a month. The famous band first performed at the White House on New Year's day, 1822, and has made music at every great enteatainment, levee: reception, funeral or parade held at the capital since it was or ganized. Its origin was a funny one. Some of our ships, cruising in the Meditteranean in the early years of this centnry, picked np a lot of Italians who were playing in the streets of a little seacoast town. They were kept on shipboard for their music, and on reaching this country were sent to the capital to play at parties and balls. This little handful of Italians was the nucleus of the Marine Band. Some of the de scendents of these musicians are now among the wealthiest professional and business men at the capital. The members of the band live in the Marine Barracks, are allowed to marry, keep shops and stores and play at the theatres and at private parties, when not required for official occasions. The band always playe at a Presidential reception the original state tune of "Hail Columbia," the music of which was written in Washington's first term by Pfyles, the leader of the only erchestra at the time. A Good Word. A D-mAt. rriflnv tieonle when annoved bv the small difficulties of life, sdd to their troubles by a con tinuous fret and worry over them. In this climate nearly everybody has now and then a cold or cough or is troubled with a sore throat. Iu such a case one should not make a great fuss over it, but quiet ly take some Lactart and Honey, one ot the best E reparations for the cure of coughs and colds that as ever been introduced to the American people. Lactart is the pure acid of milk, and compounded in certiin proportions with Honey, has been found to possess wonderful curative power iu the treat ment of all tbroat troubles It is absolutely free from drugs, and therefore, contaius nothing to derange the stomach or the nervous system. The combination of a ''sweat and sour1 "has been tried again and again, and with uni formly good results; but nothing so effective in this line of Lactart and Honey has ever before betn tried. Honey is Known to oe sootmng ana neaiing, while Lactart dissolves the thickened mucus that gathers in the throat, and in this twofold effect lies the secret of the wonderful success of Lactart and Honey. KASKINB. (THE NEW QUININE.) No Bad Effect No Headache. No Nausea. NcRingj'gEars Cures Quickly Pleasant.Pure A POWBBIrlJIi TONIC. that the most delicate stomach will bear. A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Germ Diseases. FOR COLDS KARKINE HAS BEEN FOUND TO BR ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to quinine. In Bellevue Hospital, N. Y.. "'Universally suc cessful." In St. Francis Hospital, N. S., "Every patient treated with Kaskine has been discharged cured." Eev. Jas. L. Hall, chaplain Albany Penitentiary, writes that Kaskine has enred his wife after twenty years suffering from malaria and nervous dyspep sia. Write him for particulars. Bt. Joseph's Hospital, s. Y : "Its use is consid ered indispensable. It acts perfectly." Prof. W. F. Holcombe, M. O , M East 25th street. New York, late professor New York Medical Col lrge, writes: "Kaskine is superior to quinine in its specific power, and never produces the slightest Injury to the hearing or constitution." Thousands upon thousands write that Kaskine has cured them after all other medicines had failed. Write for book of testimonials. . Kaskine can be taken without any special meai. cal advice. $ 1 .00 pt r bottle. Sold by C. S. Lete & Co . Ne; iiaven, or sent bv mail on receiptor price THE KASKINE CO.. jy5eodaw 54 Warren Street. New T . Bcnlx's Mllert Cracker. MADE from his well known Water Cracker it is better and entirely different from cracker dust, such as is geueraiiy used. haliLib a7 770 Chapel Street, wSm-m4. GLOVES -AND- HOSIERY. New Spring: Iprtatioiis. LadiesCIieniiscttes, TIES AND RUCHINGS. Ladies', Cents' and Misses' Hose In all grades of silk, lisle thread and cotton. Afull line of Jet Trimmings, Braid Ornaments, Passementeries . A large line of COLGATE'S CELEBRATED TOILET SOAPS. Wilcox & Go. 767 .JST2- 771 OEAFEL STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. fgiistzlVxnzoyxs. THE SEASON BEGUN. The weather was kind, and the people no lees so. Our opening was an opening, and we underscored by a satisfactory sale rec ord. There was music and amusement in it music in the gentle, wordy-hum of buyers, and in the rustle and wrestle of packages too large for the bearers amusement in seeing the young cherub strut homeward in his first pair of trousers. We gauged the popular demand and fancy exactly. 'Twas Overcoats and Suits, as we prescribed, that the people want. Our Spring Overcoats in every grade have an army of admirers. The soft roll takes muoh money, the silk f cing, also, and the satin sleeve lining, and the all-silk lining fits many minds and purses. And the extra short lengths are making headway very fast. They are nobby. Prices range from $6.50 to $25. As we expected the PEINCp ALBERT SUITS are high in favor. You should know what fineness and smoothness of make ours have. A silken gloss is their stamp, Prices, $20, $25, $30. Gentlemen's Business Suits now begin a brisk movement. We shall have much more to say about them. Prices, $6.50 to $28. The Boys find something to talk about when they come here. We can make any boy a bigger boy by one of our suits $3.50 to $20. Children of all ages are our patrons. Shirt Waists, flannel, 50c to $2.50; Percales and PrintB, 25 cents to $1.50. All of the best make and choicest patterns. C. E. LONGLEY & CO. THE COURTNEY METHOD OF SINGING. Irs. Louise Gate Conrtw OF NEW YORK. Has begun a series of lessons, which are given on Wednesdays in New Haven at 156 GROVE STREET. Voices will be tried every WEDNESDAY KKEB OF CHARGE. 'Hints About Nr SinKlng: method." For wale by Loomif. WANTED ! A New House IN EVERY WARD To furnish with our new and elescant designs in fur niture. All offered at MODERATE PRICES. CHAM BERLIN'S Orange and Crown Streets. AHHOUHCEHEHT ! Easter Cards AT H. J. AUGUR'S ART ROOMS Selections are Unequalled. The Yariety Unsurpassed, And the beauty and dslicaey of designs are beyond conception. Also a fine display of other goods especially adapt ' ed for the Easter season. 73 OH.-flL3STG.-DE3 07. " iiich as GOLD LEAF." N. Y. Hssam. "Useful in every HOME." Thibub. GILDS EVERYTHING, Frames, FcBStTtms, Pa pib, JrrL, Plartir, Silk, &c. Any OneCTinuMtt A Camels H-iir Brush in each box. Price tiii eta. Ak for KUBY'S GILDING, EeUse all substitute. Bold br Art 1rax.kbs, Druggists & Stationers. Keu York (VuilMfa. CoS&4ta Sttf.T- E. D. HENDEE, BUOCEBSOR TO W. D. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAILOR! no. iar CHKKC1I it.