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THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IX THE CITY.
THE CARRraCtTON PCBUSODIG CO.
OFFICE 400 STATE STREET.
VOL. LV.
NEW HAVEN, CONN., MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22, 1887.
NO. 201
Last and Best
k Stetson
Offer August 16th the greatest
bargains in Wash Dress Goods
VET SHOWN BY THEM
We have bought, on account of
lateness of season, 4,255 yards
Zephyr Ginghams, which we
shall offer FOR THE PUR
POSE OF CREATING A
SENSATION, at the marvel
ous price of
6 l-4c Per Yard.
This lot comprises handsome
Hairline Stripes, illuminated, 1,
2 and 3 thread cluster stripe;
also plain colors in ecru, modes,
brown, black all are first quah
ty, perfect goods, and offered
for a fraction of cost of manu
facture.
Also to close the Summer
season the last case of 33 INCH
WIDE CANVAS CLOTHS
at
5c Per Yard.
LAST AND BEST CALL IN
WASH DRESS GOODS.
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
In order to give our employes
a half holiday during the "dog
days," we shall close our store
on All Fridays in August at
12 noon.
1 In order to induce our cus
tomers and the public generally
to make their Friday purchases
in the forenoon, we shall offer
SPECIAL BARGAINS on
Fridays from 8 to 12.
On every counter throughout
the store will be found a bar
gain that will be worth their at
tention. Please remember on
Fridays only from 8 to 12 will
these Special Bargains be found;
also that the store will be closed
during the Friday Afternoons of
August.
HOWE & STETSON,
Insurance Building:,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
THE ILLUSTRATED
LONDON NEWS
American edition now on sak. Price 10 cents.
THE DOWNES NEWS COMPANY!
889 CHPBIi T.. eor. CHrHCH.
EVERYTHING COMPLETE
FOB
HOUSEKEEPING
. . AT
P. J. KELLY & CKVS.
Kitchen Furniture,
Parlor Furniture,
Bedroom Farnltnrt,
Carpet, Oil Cloths,
Window 8ha.de,
BeddtDK, &
STOVES AND RANGES.
Largest variety to select from at the lowest prices,
oodscan be pid for on weekly or monthly pay
ments without extra charge.
818, 830, 831, 833, 833 and 834
GRAND AVENUE.
: : TILING : :
slaving been appointed by tbe
International Encaustic Tile Co.
of Brooklyn, S. T., sole agents
for tbe sale of their celebrated
goods In this city and vicinity,
we are now prepared to exhibit a
choice assortment of Vestibules,
Hearthi,llall Floors,Hantel Fac
ings, etc., at oar. warerooms, 143
High street, and to furnish de
signs and make proposals for all
work in tbe above line at tbe
lowest possible prices and at
shortest notice.
THOMAS PHILLIPS & SON,
143IIIGII STREET.
mlStf
UAliD WOOD MANTELS
SLATE MANTELS
MINTON TILES,
AMERICAN TILES,
FRENCH CLOCKS,
AMERICAN CLOCKS.
The largest line of brass goods
n the state at manufacturers'
prices.
THE HOUSEHOLD BRASS CO,
38 Center Street.
. EeP.ABYINE,
ATTO R2STE V AT IA W,
Stomas 9 and 11. 89 Cbnrck St.
HE BE
PEOPLE
AT THE WEST SHORE
Can have their laundry work called for and de
livered
Mondays and Thursdays
At regular prices.
LAUN DRYING,
DYEING,
CARPET BEATING
As of old.
The Forsyth Dyeing, Laundrying
and Bleaching Co.
Workai State, Lawrence and Meeljatt'
lc Streets.
Offices: 878 and 64$ Chapel St.
TELEPHONE.
C. E. HLA.RT,
350 and 352 State St.
Tie Efame Season Opnei.
I offer to-day fine
CHICKEN GROUSE,
A very delicate, tender game
bird. Also
Spring Ducklings, Chickens,
Squabs, Sweet Breads,
All the delicacies of the
season.
BROADWAY CASH STORE
The Best and Cheapest House to Bur
:P:R:0:V:I:S:l:0:Ur:S:.:
Finest Ponce Porto Rico Molasses 40c gallon.
Finest Ponce Porto Rico Molasses 10c quart.
Walter Baker's Chocolate 40c pound.
Walter Baker's Breakfast Cocoa 25c pound can.
Royal Baking Powder 40c lb. 22c lb, 12c J4 box.
New crop June Peas (extra fine) 12c can.
New crop Asparagus (tips) S lb cans 28e.
Columbia River Salmon (new) 16c, 18c, 20o can.
Boss' Lunch Biscuits 3 lbs for 20c.
1 64 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar for St.
Very fine Spring Chickens and Fowls Friday and
Saturday.
15c lb. Spring Lamb, forequarter, 15c lb.
18c lb. Spring Lamb, hindquarter, 18c lb.
And many more bargains.
PAUL JENTE & BRO.,
101 and 107 Broadway.
RECEIVED
AT
iLM CITY CASH GROCERY
74 AND 76 CONGRESS AVE.,
Corner Hill Street,
a Hn km stock- of New Caimed Vecetables and
Fruits, bought early and in large quantities, will be
able to sell throughout the season at far below gen
eral prices.
We are selling Choice Creamery Butter at 25 and
28c per pound.
We have a large assortment of Fruits and Veget
ables, and many bargains we cannot quote prices
at the present, so changeable.
Fine Watermelons at 25c each.
Virginia Sweet Potatoes, which are very fine.
Meat market Connected.
J. H. KEARNEY.
SPRING CHICKEN
SPRING LAMB
CHOICE BEEF
HURLBURT BROTHERS,
1,074 Chapel Street.
CORNER HIGH.
SPRING CHICKENS, LAMB, BEEF,
Mutton, Veal.
Salmon, Halibut, Sword Fish, Blue Fish, Fresh
Mackerel, Eels, Lobsters, Codfish,
Green Corn, Native Cucumbers,
Red and Black Raspberries.
W. D. JUDS0N,
605 AND S07 STATE STREET.
Choice Poultry, Meats and Teg-
etabies.
A Full Line of Best Groceries.
Flour, Teas, Coffees, Spices.
The best store in the city to trade.
THOMAS KELLY'S,
81S State Street, Corner of Pearl.
All orders promptly attended to and goods deity
ered in any part of the city. au6
GGlnmDia Hirer Salmon.
NEW PACK.
We Have this day received on e
car of the Warren brand, and
offer same to tbe trade only at
market value.
J. D. DE WELL & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
239 State Street.
COME IN THIS DAY !
FOR PRIME BEEF,
SPRING LAMB, VEAL,
And Market Supplies Generally
Our Arlington Brand of Flour gives nniversalsat
isf action. Buy now while the price is way down.
Fine Oolong Teas at B0 and 63c a pound.
Fine Japan Teas at 40 and 50c a pound.
P. C. LE8SEY,
1337 and 132 Cbapel Street.
(Established 1W.)
QRATEFDlr COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
b:,akfa8t.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
wnicn govern tne operations or mgestion ana nutn
tion. s nd by a careful amplication of the fine nrnner
tlea et well-selected Coco. Mr. Edds has nrovided
our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills
It Is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be gradually built up untilgtrons
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtlemaladiesarefloatingaroundus ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well
fortined with pure blood and a properly nourished
frame. VJlvll wnra uasebus.
Hade simply with boiling water or ntUr. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPFS A Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
miatnAwtf London. England.
Ginger Ale 91 Per Dozen.
UTi are enabled to offer this season a first-clam
W and reliable Ginger Ale of tbe celebrated
"Delatour" manufacture at $1 per dozen. Com
narison solicited with any brand, foreign or do
mestic K E. H ALL & SON,
Bjrt! tto Chapel street
"gxavisions, tc.
New Goods.
Fresh Melons.
Fresh Peaches.
Fresh Whorttlebeniefl.
New Sweet Potatoes.
Lei big a Extract Beef for Soups and Beef Tea.
Try Kennedy's Crimpted Molasses Cakes.
Cooper & Nichols,
878 State Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
BEST YOUNG HYSON
AND
ENGLISH. BREAKFAST TEAS !
And. furthermore, the finest
natural leaf
JAPAN TEA IMPORTED.
AT
DAWSON'S,
e-&-& jbttibj: sit..
ffg-Pealers Take Notice.
New Ms;" New Gooils.
D. M. WELCH & SON
OFFER
Big Bargains in Canned Goods.
We have over l.a;0 esses of canned goods bought
before the market advanced, which we wish to
turn into money.
5G0 cases new Marrow Peas, quality superior, and
only lCc can.
2C0 cases Cooked Corned Beef, all the best brands
at 18c can.
1C0 cases finest Pineapple, heavy syrup goods, at
only 14c can.
melons.
Watermelons.
The biggest Jumbo Melons at 25c each.
Fancy Lemons, very large, 90c dozen.
Full Cream Cheese.
We have about 5) fancy Full Cream Cheese, a lit
tle sharp, at only 12c pound.
Tbe above is a Dig, Dig oargain
Pnachos. Rartlett Pears. Tomatoes and worlds of
other fruit and vegetables. Prices low.
We receive fresh thts morniner 25 tubs of that
very Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter, which we are
selling at only 30u pound. Suits everybody. Good
Butter at sac pound.
Many Other Grand Bargains.
D- M. WELCH & SON.
28 and SO Congress Ave.
Branch "No. 8 Grand St.
TELEPHONE.
Spring Lamb, Fowls, Turkeys,
VEAL.
Tbe Finest Roast Beef and VcetaHn.
At the cheapest market prices at
L. SCHONBERGER'S,
Nog. 1. 8, 3 Central Market. Congress ave.
SHAD, SHAD. SHAD.
MACKEREL. BASS, HALIBUT.
0RGEES, TROUT, SALMON.
Spanish Mackerel, Eels.
CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD
AT
A. FOOTE & CO.'S,
888 S!PATEI ST.
California Orange Cider,
Boned Chicken and Turkey,
Ginger Ale,
Canned Boast Beef
I tcmpte, Coned Boof, Potted Heats,
Canned Codfish Balls,
Salmon, Sardines, lobster?.
Edam Cheese,
Crosse & Blackwell Pickles.
A. M FOOTE,
GROCER,
458 State street.
SCOLLOPS! SCOLLOPS!
First of the Season.
FRESH SALMON, Bluellsh, Sea Bass, Spanish
Mackerel, Halibut, Eels, Hard and Soft Crabs,
Clams, Lobsters, Oysters, Etc., Etc.
Reed's Market, 59 Church Street
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
s2 B. W. SMITH. Manager
SHEIFFELE'S.
Spring Ducks.
Spring Chicken.
Spring Lamb.
Choice Beef.
Telephone.
JACOB F. SHEIFFELE,
409 State Street, near Court.
SEASON OF 1887.
We offer to the trade for Fall delivery a full line
of
COLEMAN'S
"FLAG BRAND"
Calfornia Canned Goods.
Thin is acknowledged to be the highest grade of
California fruits packed.
STODDARD, KIMBERLY & CO.
a 1 3 and 215 Water Street,
New Haven, Conn.
ONE PRICE THF. CASH STORE
Offer This Week :
Prime Beef,
Prime Teal,
Spring Lamb,
Choice Groceries, .
Fruits,
Vegetable.
Which we sell as low as the lowest.
B. F. BASKS No. I Broadway.
VVE AKU N D EVELO PED
Foil particulars, tetrtimoni&la.eto, mailed sealad, fr-M
BLANGARD'S
PILLS,
IQDIDEOF IRON
i PPBOVED BY thb ACADEMY or MEDICINE
int Pari a. are dueciallv recommended bv the
Medical Celebrities of the World for Scrofula,
sumption Constitutional Weakness Pooraeaa of
-.Blood, and for stimulating1 and regulating its
periodie coarse. Kone genuine unless signed
BjjAKOard, 40 rue Bonaparte, Pans."
E.FOHiierB. 3fc Co., N. V. A rent for U S
Bold by Druggists generally.
A POSITIVE
obstinate case in f :r 1:iy oi
Cur without
Medicine. Patent
ed October -19,
1876. One box will
cure the moat
iyn or tees.
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
Ho sicken! nar results, as from tbe use of
fiubebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood which are v
certain to produce dyspepsia.
Price $1.60. Sold by all drutrglsts or mailed on
receipt of price. For further 4 mm
particulars send for circular. Hi 1111
J. C. ALLAN !0., KK
P. O. Box 1688 or 88 John at.N. Y. UUII&al
PENNYROYAL PILLS
"CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH."
' Tfa Original and Only- Genuine.
Baft and bIwbt Sellable. Eewart of worthless Imitations.
oiimeiiBauie , LrVUIES, AIK TOUT IfrUKIHt W
tngiwu moa aw bo otaer, or lneios
nf Hull" and take ao other, or (uniov 4a.
(stamps) to as fbr psriiccisrs in tetter by retnra fL
Ha
(Ml PAPER. e-bleheMter ChemlcjU Oo-
Jtauitwi nqvttsrVy rSUSHH fli
, TraJe jirVM tr M O.
McINTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO.
Unrivalled we Stand at
Others Follow,
SATURDAY,
At 8 o'clock, we begin our 7th week Special
promises, but quote a few prices out of many to be found on our counters. To say we are
scllint? iroods cheaD is a very mild way of expressing it. Without any extended remarks we
cheerfnllv ask the people to judge for themselves, feeling assured their knowledge of the
merchandise and prices equivalent to more than anything we could say.
McINTYHE, MAGUIRE & CO.
Four Special Lots, All at One Price.
25 pieces plain striped Seersuckers. Previous price 10c.
40 pieces Windsor Foulards and Cambrics, light and dark effects, all first quality.
Every buyer knows the price to be 10c.
m TiMi Kftftinc v oniaras. aarx enecte.
60 pieces 4 4 Dress Cambrics and Percales,
1ZU cents.
All t.h shove lots will be sold at the unprecedented price 6ic per yard. A bargain
like this in staple iroods has never to our kaowledije been equalled in any Dry Gr-ods Store
throughout the eountry.' Remember, we show
expect a big crowd, and would suggest to those who come first will h&ve all the best assort
ment to choose from.
40 pieces wide Cream Crinkle Seersuckers,
this week 6Jo per yard. These we warrant to hold the crinkle alter washing.
Best quality Lining Cambric, all colors, warranted 64x64 cloth, and same as sold in
Ronton and New York at 8o. Our price from this forth 5c per yard. Don't confound this
Cambric with the poorer erade flimsy and thin,
lining.
. Another Special
125 dozen TJnlanndried Shirts, made of
holes, lined front and black, felled seams, continuous bands, equal to any custom made
OHirC at. X . I 1 auu 9, Bum iu retail biuio n.
men, we guarantee to at yon, ana guarantee
Special for
100 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Colored
10c. Price for this sale, 4 for 25c.
Note These are genuine Hemstitched, no imitation.
25 pieces Creoe Lisse Ruffling, same as sold at 25c. Price for tl.is sale 12Jc a yard.
5 nlanaa 24 inch Black all Silk Satin Rhadames, worth $1.75. Price for this sale $1.29.
50" nieces 56 Inch all wool Tricot, In colors.
this sale 59c per yard.
The balance ot our spring ana summer uooas in Hosiery, uiuvob, uress uuoas, oiiita
and Parasols, riamburgs, &c, at a fearful reduction from old prices. They must be sold.
w urn now nreroared to furnish stores, schools and customers a full line of the Cele
brated Eagle Pencils by the dozen or otherwise,
Don't forget our Great Blanket Sale. Grey
Blankets, 65c, 79c, $1 and up to $30. Genuine
equal ours.
During tbe months of July and
ilnvi at I o'clock..
Tke only dry goods store in Connecticut liat sives hair a day to
their Help.
McINTYRE,MAGUIRE & CO.
gaitrts, Oils, tc.
CrocMt's Preservative.
Mett's Spr Goipsition.
Crockett's
Elastic Oil Finish.
Wholesale and Retail.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396 AND 398 STATE STR EET
Courier Building.
o
as
w
a
EH
3
n
OF
PAPER HANGINGS.
64 c3 66
Orange Street.
PURE WHITE LEAD
-AND
LINSEED OIL.
I
Jewell's, Atlantic and Bradley
White Lead.
French Zinc Im HM and 25 lb. Cans. i
We hare 154 desirable shades of paint !
mixed and cronna id
Jewett's Pure Raw and BoiLED !
Ltnseed Oil.
Role agents for MASURY'S RAILROAD COI '
ORS and AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINTS, all of
which we warrant strictly pure and for sale at the
owest market rates.
D. S. &LEOTEY & SOI,
So: 3TO and 373 State St.
.nvlO
8. & J. M.
57, 59 &61 OEAMEST.,
FUKNITUKE DEALERS
AND
UNDEltTAKEKS,
Have the finest Fainted Bedroom Suits In the alt
New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits.
Tne nest spring sea ior me money.
RDlint. Rattan. Cane and Rush Seat Chairs
great variety, as low as can be bought.
UNDERTAKING
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
jsoaies preserved wilhoui ice in we Dees mnnnw.
Also Sole Arenta for Washburn's DeodorinK and
disinfecting Fluid.
A new lot or molding unairs ana a toots to rem ror
parties or funerals. ly8
E. D. HENDEE,
SUOOKBSOB TO-
W. D. BBYAN,
D8T01S TAILO il
WO. 13T CHURCH iT
c
a ksaivm iu UTPn
Alien I a If a iM I CUplovmentand good
pay. Outfit free. Address, giving aga anu rarer
enie. with stamp. C. L. YATES,
a,1 US DDI J U1IU1.
Rochester, N. Y.
jylSeodaw
IFVMTOUS!
JOHN E. EABLE,
So. 868 Cbapel Street,
New HaTen, Conn
Of wa h aspersonal attention toproominff
Patents for Inventors.
IK THE
ONITEO STATES AND FOREIGN OOtTNTRISfct
& wudM nf more than thirtr Tears, and fre-
?ioent Visits to the Patent Office has givsn him a
amlUarity with every department of, and mode of
DreoeedinK at, the Patent Offlcewhlch, together
,n him Mrsonal attention to the inter
ats of his clients, warrant him in the assertion that
no office in this country is able to offer the sate
facilities to Inventors in securing their Inventions
by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose
atmUcations have been rejected an examination of
whichhe wul make free of oharge.
Preliminary examination, prior te application for
m.. at Patent Office, at a snudl charere.
His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign
Countries are unequaled.
Bef ers to more than one thousand ollenta for whom
Hot Water Heating.
WARM your dwellings by this system, usingthe
Gumey Hot Water Heater. It gives a steady
and uniform heat and maintains a healthy atmos-
Rhere. Perfectly safe and cannot explode, reqi'ire
MS care and saves SO per cent, in fuel over any
other method. Manuraciurau oy wm
earaerHot Water HratUgOe..
37 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass.
JOHN A. FISH. Managing Director.
wta t. VMxt Boston. Send for deecriotive cat
alogue. The trade can furnish estimates as to cost
or bihii same. " urmuuew
7 III, i
l ft 4 CD
Blair,
the Head of Competition,
We Always Lead.
AUGUST 20th,
Dry and Fancy Goods Sale. We make no rash
Boia at luc.
first quality. Sold by us 10c, other places
no seconds, all are perfect. Naturally we
same goods as sold at 10 and 12c. Price for
worth 2c a yard less, and not fit for skirt
for Gentlemen,
Utica Nonpareil Muslin, hand-made button
a i n.. u ivji vu. ocw iwu tru.iu. wvul.
you never Dougnc sucu a sain ior ine money.
lite Ladies.
Bordered Handkerchiefs, previous retail price
Worth to retail 75c to 87Mc. Price for
at lower prices than can be found elsewhere.
Blankets for 87c, Worth $1.25. White
Bargains. Xou will find no quotations to
Augut our store will c ose Fri
WLzftxc&l.
. DK. H. N. BROWN,
The only graduated Physician In
- the State who Is a Specialist
, of Chronic Diseases.
Long standing, chronic and obscure diseases
"tired by his new system and practical methods.
I All who are Interested may call on any of the
following persons who will be pleased to inform
you of the merits of the new system of cure:
I Mrs. Hendricks, 301 Orange street.
B. H. Douglas, sr.. No. 353 State street.
Mrs. 8. W. Bailey, No. 317 Grand avenue.
Mrs. E. A. Cassell. Wast Haven, Ct.
.ttrs. H. A. Bond. No. 164 Martin street.
Frank Maurer, No. 50 George street.
H. Vaughn, Converse House.
Mrs. E. L,. Boyee, No. Ui 8t. John street.
Mrs. Q. Hobbs, No. 137 Davenport avenue.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2to4and7to8 p. m.
tr. a. jno names puoiisnea except dj per-
mission.
Office Closed Sandars.
DR. II. N. BROWN.
Office 93 Olive Street.
TWO IDEALS.
K U in Quest of the best Spectacle In tbe citv
for a moderate price? If so, I would cheerfully
recommend the C. M. PARKER as being the best
Spectacle ever produced for the money.
I also respectfully request an inspection of tbe
MY OWN Eye Glass, which, on account of its
lightness, elegance, durability and ease, is really
luo uiuaii ucoiittuio vya taso lit tuo uieu M.ttl.
These two ideals were manufactured exDresslr
for myself, and a glance at them will convince even
the most fastidious that both are articles of intrin
sic value.
Consultation an testing of the eyes by the best
scientific methods free of charge.
C. M. Parker, Optician,
854 CHAPEL STREET.
A FAMOUS I.KTTRR
"VfTE give you two famous letters, and they are
YV "D. K." They mean Dr. Mark Woodbury's
DYSPEPSIA KILLERS,
which are a little lozenge, convenient to carrv and
perfect in the work their name indicates.
DYSPEPSIA,
INDIGESTION,
and all stomach troubles yield at once to D. K's,
Price 60 cents a box (trial box 25 cents). Sent any
where in the U. 8. on receipt of price by Doolittle
& miunj, is auu v i agiuui.il street, uoston, mass.
lii
Mrs. B. R. J ones.
DENTIST,
T46 Chapel, cor. State Street.
Over Brooks & Co. 'a Hat and Fin-
Store.
OeFICE:HOTJR8 B A. M. to' 6. P. M.
A Word About Catarrh.
'It-is the mucous membrane, that wonderful
semi-fluid envelope surrounding the delicate tissues
of the air and food passages, that Catarrh makes
Its stronghold. Once established, it eats into the
very vitals, and renders lifebuta long-drawn
breath of misery and disease, dulling the sense of
hearing, trammeling the power of speech, destroy
ing the faculty of smell, tainting the breath, and
killing the refined pleasures of taste. Insidiously,
by creeping from a simple cold in the head, it as
saults the membranous lining and envelops the
bones, eating through the delicate coats and caus
ing inflammation, sloughing and death. Nothing
short of total eradication will secure health to the
patient, and all alleviatives are simply procrasti
nated sufferings, leading to a fatal termination.
Sanford's Radical Cure, bv inhalation and bv in
ternal administration, has never failed; even when
the disease has made frightful inroads on delicate
constitutions', hearing, smell and taste have been
iwivtiwi, ana tne disease tnorouguir urtven out."
Each packet contains one bottle of the Radical
Cuss, one box of Catarrhal Solvent and an Im
proved Inhaler, with treatise and directions, and
is sold by all druggists for $1.00.
Potter Dbug and Chemical Co., Boston.
HOW IT ACHES.
From the bench and the counter.f rom the
loom and sewing machine goes up the
cry of pain and weakness. Aching Sides
and Back. Kidney and Uterine 1 ains.
Strains and Weakness, Coughs, Cold and
Cheat. Puma and every Pain and Ache of
daily toil relieved In one minute by the Cu
tlcura Anti Pain Plaster. New, elegant
and infallible. At druggists', 85c. ; five for $1. Pot
ter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston. - 17 mo th
NEWS for LADIES!
YOUTH and BEAUTY
Can Be Obtained
IT USINO
WITCH HAZEL
TOILET CREAM.
Illi tb only preparation fa th
world warranted to can and eradi
cate aJl traporitiea Hum tbe atia.
tech ea Pluplea SaItRhau.
Fleak Worm and Hum Burn, '
H irtvaa the complexion a frasvh-
nd iHMlnMue .vm Mnnnt hn -rtalnet 'V a&T other, even
by the daogeroDi use of areenic It i- equaled aa a Uaatlfier ot
the bands, refining; the akin and maklno; it avft, clear aad white.
Witch Hazel Toilet Cream ta "-t a paint or powder need to cover op
the (m par it lei of the akin, but a rtwdr that heal perfectly and
ooRTerti the tame te enviabU beaotr. Frk of tain pie trial boxea,
25 eenta. For sale bv till drnggiats.
Witch Hazel Extract Co., Clintonville, Cons,
eodnr
THE CAKRINGTON PUBLISHINOr CO.
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Monday, August 22, 1S87.
PROGRESS OF A 6RE1T KEPOBDI,
Public office ia a public trust. Daring the
year ended on June 30th last 3,043 postofiica
were established and 1,500 discontinued; 6,
863 appointments to postmasterships were
made upon resignations and commissions
expired, 2,584 upon removals and suspen
sions, 483 on changes of names and sites and
580 on deaths of incumbents. The total
number of appointments of postmasters of
all grades made daring 1885, 1886 and 1SS7
was 45,373, while the total number of post
offices of all grades in operation on July 1st
last was 55,157. in other words, the entire
postal service, except 9,784 offices many of
little if any importance has been reroganized,
or, as many have reason to think, disorgan
ized since June 30, 1884.
The Pennsylvania Republican cenvention
said of this reform administration: "The
only energy they have exhibited has been in
the displacement of experienced officers with
out cause, aud in direct violation of their
civil service pledges." And the New York
Tribune forcibly observes: A party which
calls this reform shows no respect for the
intelligence of the people. A public leader
or professional reformer who tries to make
it appear that such absorbing zeal in turning
out tried and appointing nntried men is con
sistent with an honest desire for reform
sacrifices his claim to be heard as a sincere
and candid advocate of better government.
Assuming that the President has made only
as many changes in all other departments as
in the postal service, he has turned out an
experienced and worthy man and put in an
inexperienced partisan for every four minutes
of his offiaial time since he became President.
No wonder the mugwumps are getting dis
couraged. They have been badly taken in.
EDITertiali NSTEr:
A California woman has aued for a divorce
from her husband because for eighteen years
hs has gone to bed with his boots on.
Henry George thinks the United Labor
party cannot afford to offend the farmers.
Does he suppose that the farmers are pleased
with his ideas about land?
The citizens of Westport and Norwalk, in
view of the recent grade crossing slaughter
at ''Five Mile River," have addressed a letter
to Governor Lounsbury requesting him to "be
present at a hearing before the railroad com
missioners, which is to be held in Westpoit
on the 24th, upon the general subject of
grade crossings. This is a good idea. Every
body ought to be interested in the abolition
of the death-traps.
The suit of the Master Pl&mbers' associa
tion of New York against the walking dele
gate who, in the name of the Knights of
Labor, ordered a strike against one of their
members, and then offered to compromise
first on payment of $1,509, then $1,000, then
$500, and finally $300, will be watched with
interest. . The $300 demanded was paid under
protest and the plumbers take the ground
that this was blackmail. They are right, and
the law will probably support them.
One carious and probably uncontemplated
consequence of the Georgia Glenn bill is
pointed out. Under the statutes of Georgia
a person who has seven-eighths or more of
white blood is accounted white. But under
the social usages of Georgia a person who has
the slightest taint of negro blood is treated
as a negro. Under the Glenn bill if It were
to become a law, pupils who are Beven
eighths white would have to be excluded
from Atlanta university and other similar
institutions, or subject their teachers to the
penalty of the chain gang. But these people
would not be received into Athens university
or any other institutions designed for white
students. The result would be to deprive
them of an education anywhere.
That will be a great parade of the Grand
Army veterans in St. Louis next month,
there will bo 50,000 in line. They will
maroh 16 abreast, each line 10 feet from the
line in front of it. The grand marshal will
have 50 mounted a? Jo. The commander-in-chief
will have 250 aids and the Wilcox post
armed battalion of St. Louis as his escort.
There will be 75 bands numbering 1,000
musicians, about 200 drummers, and 1,500
Sons of Veterans in the line. The total
length of the procession will not be less than
six and one-half miles, and when the head of
the line reaches the reviewing stand the
whole route will be covered with marching
men and half the procession will not have
started.
A decision which has just been rendered
in a Georgia court is a good thing for the
South. The southern farmer is accustomed
each spring to obtain a loan on his land to
pay for his seed and the other costs of plant
ing. This loan lie is usually able to repay ia
the fall; bat the next year the same thine;
must be repeated and so nothing accumulates
in the bank from successive harvests. There
are exceptions to this habit, but it is still
the general rule. The loan companies which
abound in every southern city take advan
tage of the farmer's extremity to charge the
most exorbitant rates of interest. Twelve
and fifteen per cent, on good land mortgage
is by no means nnusual. In addition to this
many of the- companies have been accus
tomed to withhold from fifteen to twenty
per cent, of the amount loaned under the
device of commissions for negotiating it.
But now the court decides that this is usur
ious and illegal, and that all that can be re
covered is the amonnt of the loan and the
legal interest, but not the so-called commis
sions. -
The Railroad and Engineering Journal
gives what it believes to be the practical out
come of the experiments made by the Penn
sylvania railroad in the use of petroleum for
fuel. Thomas Urquhart, a Scotohman, who
has for several years been superintendent of
the Graxt-TzarlUin railroad In southeastern
Russia, where there is little fuel except oil,
and what there is is dear, while oil is abund
ant and cheap, has developed the first suc
cessful method of using petroleum in loco
motives. Last year the Pennsylvania rail
road sent a man to Russia to learn all he
could of Mr. Urquhart's system, and on his
return it was applied to a locomotive. Oil,
steam and air are thrown into the fire cham
ber in a fine spray. There is no smoke, and
of course no cinder. All the fireman has to
do is to regulate by a hand wheel the supply
of oil flowing into the injecting apparatus.
The Russian railroad has one hundred and
forty-three locomotives equipped for burn
ing oil, and it is without doubt a success in
Russia. But the price of coal and oil here
one pound of oil equalling two of coal in the
amount of available heat make it very im
probable that oil can be substituted for coal
economically.
COOL.
A fellow may consider himself lucky if he
receives cool treatment from his girl this
weather. Lowell Citizen.
It is true that doctors' disagree, and that.
perhaps, is the reason why - their bills are al
ways so disagreeable. Boston Post.
Some of the milkmen hang pails of milk
down the well to keep the milk cool. Some
of them use too much rope. Milwaukee
Sentinel.
The fact that Nebuchadnezzar had to eat
grass leads ns to believe that he must have
been a member of an early anti-poverty so
ciety. Puck.
A Chinese bank official embezzled 50,000
taels. He was caught and beheaded, proba
bly on the principle that dead men tell no
taels. Boston Post.
The most cautious man we ever knew was
the One who was afraid to buy a lead pencil
for fear the lead did not reach clear through
it. Arkansaw Traveler.
Although tobacco has gone up, a five cent
cigar is still sold for a nickel. The relation
between tobacco and a five cent cigar is not
close enough to hurt either. Philadelphia
(Jail.
Simpson I fell in love with my wife fif
teen vears a?o. Kennedy And you have
been in love with her ever since? Simpson
Well, er not exactly. You see we have
been married eight years. Judge.
"In case of an accident, doctor a broken
leg, for instance what is best to be done
while waiting for tne physician?" "Well,"
said the doctor, "I think the best thing to
be done is to get his money ready for him."
.rack.
Little Boy "Pa, what does 'phenomenal,'
mean?" Father "It is a word used by the
citizens of Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Nebras
ka when they refer to the growth of their
respective towns. It doesn't mean much."
Puck.
After the French lesson. Mrs. Grailer "I
want your candid opinion on that wine, pro
feasor. Mr. Grailer bought fifty cases of it
at Larenzs last spring." Prof. Le Due
"Feefty cases! Does madame not want to
take ze supplementaire course in r ramcn
Tid-Bits.
A Bostonian in Mexico saw a young man
sitting in the center of a circle of puzzled
people to whom he was reading a dooe wnicn
he evidently did not understand. Glanciug
over the reader's shoulder, the Boston man
found the book was a volume of Browning.
Then the Boston man burst into tears. The
scene reminded him so of home. Boston
Transcript.
A child was recently watching a young
lady in Holliston busily talking into a tele
phone transmitter. Suddenly the child said:
"Who are you talking tof xce iaay an
swered: "I am talking to a man." The child
replied: "Well, he must be an awful little
man to live iu sucn a small nouse as mat.
Boston Globe.
Mr. SDureeon says: "A wild croose never
lays a tame egg." No, it never does; but
then the egg will become tame, Mr. Spnr-
geon, if you keep it long enough. Tame?
insipid, sir, insipid. Ana arter mac it win
begin to erow wild again; wilder then ever;
so wild that its own mother wouldn't recog
nize it. She wouldn't want to; she would
want to disown it, as unfit for any use save
to attend unpopular lectures. Burdette in
Brooklyn Eagle.
It is said that Lord Kerr "led his troops all
through the Indian mutiny with an umbrel
la." It is suspected that each member of his
troops thought the umbrella was the one he
had stolen a week or so previously and they
followed Lord Kerr in order to recover their
property. It was a novel war measure on
the part of Lord Kerr, and showed that he
bad a great head. A man never feels more
like fighting than when he discovers that
some fiend has stolen his umbrella. New
York Weekly.
Geaeral Hancock 1st Battle.
From Mrs. Hancock's Book ef Reminiscences.!
The battle of Williamsburg was Hancock's
first triumphant success. Ho wrote to his
wife; "On this occasion my men behaved
beautifully, and captured the first color yet
taken. My loss was 126 in killed and
wounded a great number, showing hard
and determined fighting." An interval of
some months occured between Williamsburg
and Antietam. Gen. Hancock was engaged
in every battle up to the time when the
order was issued relieving Gen. MeClellan
and appointing Gen. Burnside to the com
mand of the army of the Potomac. In a let
ter to Mrs. Hancock he said: "The army
are not satisfied with the change, and con
sider the treatment of MeClellan most un
gracious and inopportune. Yet I do not
sympathize in the movement going on to
resist ths order. 'It is useless,' I tell the
gentlemen around me. 'We are serving no
one man: we are serving our country.' ''
After Chanoellorsville he wrote: "The day
before the fight Hooker said to a general
officer! 'God Almighty could not prevent
me from winning a victory to-morrow.'
Pray, could we expect a victory after that?
He also told Mr. Lincoln that he would
either win a victory or be in hell. The
president told him to 'carry plenty of
water along.' Success cannot come to us
through such profanity. I regret I cannot
ask now for leave; no general officer is
allowed a leave of absence. Gen. Couch
asked for one, but was refused. I under
stand that the opinion of officers high in
rank at this' time would be unpalatable.
Hooker's day is over. I have been ap
proach.xi again in connection with the com
mand oi the army of the Potomac. Give
yourself no uneasiness under no conditions
would I accept the command. I do not be
long to that class of generals whom the Re
publicans care to bolster up. I should be
sacrificed."
When Gettysburg was fought Mrs. Han
cook was visiting her mother in St. Louis.
On the morning of July 3, 1863, General
Hancock telegraphed from the battle-field
(as was his custom each day while the action
lasted'). "I am all right so far." A few
hours afterward he sent a second dispatch,
while lying upon the battle-neld desperately
and presumably fatally wounded: "I
am severely wounded, not mortally. Join
me at once in Philadelphia. Parker and
Miller, I fear, are gone up""
"The surgeon obieoted to the wording of
this dispatch," writes Mrs. Hancock, "and
asked permission to send one conveying in
telligence of his critical condition, but Gen
eral Hancock would not permit the change
in view of the long journey before her, and
the unhappmess that would result from
knowing the full truth. After reaching
Philadelphia the heat was found insupporta
ble, and it was desirable to have my husband
removed to his father's home at Norristown,
but thirty days elapsed before his surgeons
considered it prudent to permit the change. '
In the interval his wound showed no signs of
healing and his discomfort increased rather
than diminished." It was not till some time
afterward that a minis ball was discovered
imbedded in his leg. After this was re
moved ne improved rapidly ana in uecemoer
took command of the Second army corps.
The Kin In History.
From the Chicago Tribune.
There was an old belief that unless a
maiden was kissed under the mistletoe at
Christmas she would not be married during
the ensuing year.
When Fox was contesting the hard-won
seat at Westminster the beautiful Duchess of
Devonshire offered to kiss all who voted for
the great statesman.
In the ceremonial of betrothal a kiss has
played an important part in several nations.
A nuptial kiss in church, at the conclusion
of tbe marriage service, is solemnly enjoined
by the York Missal and the Sarum Manual.
The beautiful Lady Gordon, whea the
ranks of the Scottish regiments had been
sadly thinned by cruel Badajos and Sala
manca, turned recruiting sergeant, and to
, tempt tbe gallant lads placed ths recruiting
shilling in her lips, whence each who would
might take it with his own.
In Finland, according to Bayard Taylor,
the women resent as an insult a salute upon
the lips. A Finish matron, hearing of our
English custom of kissing, declared that did
her husband attempt such a liberty she
would treat him with such a box on the ears
that he should not readily forget.
In Wesley's journal, dated June 16, 1758,
is given the following description of a duel
between two officers at Limerick: "Mr. B.
proposed firing at twelve yards, but Mr. J.
said, 'No, six is enough.' So they kissed
one another (poor farce!) and before they
were five paces asunder both fired at the in
stant." The code of Justinian says "that if a man
betrothed a woman by a kiss and either par
ty died before marriage the heirs were enti
tled to half the donations and the survivor
to the other half; but if the contract was
made without the solemn kiss the whole of
the espousal gifts must be restored to the
donors and their heirs-at-law."
The Mohammedans, on their pious pil
grimage to Mecca, kiss the sacred black
stone and the four corners of the kaaba.
The Romish priest kisses the aspergillum,
and Palm Sunday the palm. Kissing the
Pope's toe was a fashion introduced by one
of the Leos, who it is said had mutilated his
right hand, and was too vain to expose the
stump. ,
In Iceland kissing had deterred penalties
of great severity. For kissing another man's
wife, with or without her consent, the pun
ishment of exclusion, or its pecuniary equiv
alent, was awarded. A man rendered him
self liable for kissing an unmarried woman
under legal guardianship without her con
sent, and if the lady consented the law re
quired that every kiss should be wined out
by a line of three marks equivalent to one
hundred aud forty ells of wadmal a Quanti
ty sufficient to furnish a whole ship's crew
with pilot jackets.
Iu Kussia the eastern salutation is a kiss.
Each member of the family salutes the oth
er; chance acquaintances on meeting kiss;
principals kiss their employes; the general
kisses his officers; the officers kiss their sol
diers; the Czar kisses his family, retinue,
court aud attendants, and even his officers
on parade, the sentinels at the palace gates,
and" a select party of private soldiers prob
ably elaborately prepared for this "royal sa
lute." Iu other parts the poorest serf,
meeting a high-born dame in the street,
ha3 but to say, "Christ is risen," and he
will receive a Mbs and the reply, "He has
risen, truly."
Home, in his quaint old "TableBook,"
gives an account of a curious old kissing
festival held in Ireland: "Easter Monday
several hundred young persons of the town
and neighborhood of Potsferey, county
Down, resort, dressed in their best, to a
pleasant walk near the town, called 'The
Waller.' The avowed object of each per
son is to see the fun, which consists in the
men kissing the females without reserve,
whether married or single. This mode of
salutation is quite a matter of course; it is
never taken amiss, nor with much show of
coyness. The female must be ordinary in
deed who returns home without having re
ceived at least a dozen hearty kisses."
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tired looks and feelings
speak volumes I This
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,ditions, restores vigor
and vitality and brings
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unci II IT III II JVISVUSVB tiurvu
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It affords me pleasure to give you this report of
the cure of our little grandchild by your Cuticura
Remedies. When six months old his left hand be
gan to swell and had every appearance of a large
boil. We poulticed it, but all to no purpose. About
tuner sores lormeo. ne men naa two or mem on
each hand and as his blood became more and more
impure it took less time for them to break out. A
sore came on the chin, beneath the under lip, which
was verv offensive. His head was one solid scab.
discharging a great deal. This was his condition at
twenty-two months old when I undertook the care
of htm, his mother having died when he was a little
more than a year old of consumption (scrofula of
course). He could walk a little, but could not get
up if he fell down and could nqt move when in bed,
having no use of his hands. I immediately com
menced wun ine uuueura jttemeaies, using tne
Cuticura and Cuticura Soap f reelr.and when he had
taken one bottle of the Cuticura Resolvent, his head
was completely cured and he was improved in every
way. We were very much encouraged and con
tinued the use of the Remedies for a year and a
half. One sore after another healed, a bony matter
forming in each one of these five deep ones just be
fore healing, which would finally grow loose and
were taken out; then they would heal rapidly. One
of these ugly bone formations I preserved. After
taking a dozen and a half bottles he was complete
ly cured, and is now. at the ace of six vears. a
strong and healthy child. The scars on his hands
must always remain; his hands are strong, though
we once feared he would never be able to use them.
All that physicians did for him did him no good. All
who saw the child before using the Cuticura Reme
dies and see the child now consider it a wonderful
euro. If the above facts are of any use to you, you
are at liberty to use them. MRS. E. S. DRIGGS,
may o, itww. ois m. uiay sc., iuoomington, in.
The child was reallv in a worse condition than he
appeared to his grandmother, who, being with him
every day, became accustomed to the disease.
Cuticura Remedies
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Resolvent, 81; Soap. 25 cents. Prepared by Potter
Drug and Chemical Co. , Boston, Mass.
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OTXJE.
BEGINS
AUGUST 10.
What we have to say is strictly true therefore
if you appreciate bargains we believe you will
come and see us. We make a discount on our en
tire stock, and shall close out odd lots at a great
sacrifice. We quote some lines of goods odd lots
at much less than the cost of the stock:
140 pairs Ladies' Kid Button Boots, $1.85.
27 pairs Ladies1 American Kid and Goat Boots,
$1.15
98 pairs Ladies' Kid Boots, S2.15.
133 pairs Ladies' Light Goat Boots, $3.50,
88 pairs Ladies' Newport Button and Ties, 85c.
We are marking down Children's Spring Heels to
80c, that we considered cheap at $1.
A GREAT CUT
In Men's Low Shoes. We offer one entire line a
$1.50 a pair. You will see at once they are worth
three times what we ask for them.
Men's Button Shoes at a great reduction.
Careful buyers will make their selections early.
M. Bristol & Sons'
854 Chapel Street.
Also tbe best grade of TENNIS
SHOES.
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GUSK1N BROS, k CO.
' 84 Han ley St Boston, Hass."
UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
Tnreonuui and SiUc Curtains
Window Shades, Curtain Fixtures,
AND
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We have them in all qualities
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misses and boys in all grades.
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Our Black Whipcord Suits have been al
ways up to the highest standard of excel
lence, and hence, a standing advertisement
for us. Wherever these suits have cone into
active service, there we se'.l more.
They are black, and remain black in any
use, and the cloth in all respects is the best
made. The make of the suits shows the
handiwork of the journeyman tailor, and on
the better suits, is equal t custom work
produced anywhere. Perfect suits for busi
ness and dress. Long wear. Satisfactory
wear.
Sask Suits, $10 to $20.
Four Button Cutaway Suits, $10 to $20.j3
Prince Albert Frocks $20 to $30. Special
sizes for portly men.
C. E. LONGLEY & CO.
101, 103 and 105 Church Street.
NEW HAVEN.
WOOD
MANTELS.
ELEGANT DESIGNS.
FINE FINISH.
MODERATE PRICES.
GHAMBEKLIN & CO.,
Orange and Crown Streets.
H. J. AUGUR'S ART ROOMS,
73 ORANGE STREET.
Headquarters for artist mate
rials. A good assortment of
materials for oil, water color,
china and lustrous painting; also
for crayon and pastel drawing.
Pictures framed to order in the
latest styles.
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