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3c. per Copy. 1 1 ' 11 xn 11 . f l THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IX THE CITT. opFirR .oo wits wrt THE GARRNGTON PCBUSHIMO CO. - - OFFICB 00 WATB STREET , ' - O , , fOL. LVF. ' " . - 1 NEW HAVEN, CONN., MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1888. NO. 78 .jpajaaa a a, ajaaaa aa aaaaa 'MHHHMMHMHMHHHHMMaMBiilB111111"111"11111" V. Howe & Stetson BARGAINS FOB EASTER WEEK. GLOVE DEPARTMENT. We are offering in this- department a large assortment of our well known reliable Kid Qlorea from 50o to $3.89 per pair; extra val ues at $S0o, 75c, $1, $1.10, $1.25 and $1.48 per pair. Agents for the oelebrated Foster Kids very pair warranted. Lace Department. This department is fall of Bargains.. We hare only spaee enough in this advertise ment to call attention to a few numbers of FLOUNCES that are way under price. Spanish Guipure Flonnoings, 75o, $1, $1.25 and $1.69 per yard, 45 inches wide. Chantilly Flounces at $1.93, $3.75 and $3.80 each. Also special in 22 inch Hamburg Flounces at 50o a yard; usual price is 69c. Cloak Department. Ladies' Jersey and Cloth Jackets in black, mahogany, goblin bines, checks, stripes.eto., with or without hoods. Special Bargains for this sale at $2.50, $3.50, $3.93, $4.25, $4.50, $5, $5.50 and $6. Raglans and Newmarkets from $4.50 to $15. Beaded, Cloth and Silk Wraps from $4.50 to $25. Children's and Misses' Cloaks and Jackets from $2.50 up. Dress Goods Department. 50 Robes (combination dresses) at $5 eaoh. This is a small lot of handsome goods worth $7.50 a dress. Dress Goods at 25, 88, 42 and 50c. At these popular prices we offer a great assort ment. - . SPECIAL NOTICE. Every Friday during tUe montli of April, We shall have a SPECIAL BARGAIN on EVERY COUNTER" through the Btore at a price good only for that particular Friday. HOWE & STETSON. Insurance Building', CHAPEL STREET, New Haven, Conn. NEW HAVEN fINDOWSHADE COMPANY 52 ORANGE STREET. FINE ' CARPETS, RUGS AND DRAPERIES. THE NEW "Standard" Carpet Sweeper Hairing tJie Best Automatic 'y'JDump in Use. , WINDOW SHADES Of Every Description. Large, Store and Skylight Shades a Specialty. OpemSatnrday Evenings. 52 ORANGE STREET. Pen&Pencil Everything Stamp & Name 25c. -! In Rubber Stamps Self-Inker 50c.ater 3 at low- LINEN MARKERS,- vyjn est INKS. Pads, Seal Presses, Etc. -U prices A. D. PERKINS, 13 CENTErt 8l, DECORATED DINNER SETS I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE From $0 np to $25. Decorated Tea Set. Decorated Chamber Sets. Library Lamps, Stand Lamps. ALSO A FULL LINE OF Crockery, Glass and Tinware, urocKery ana sjuuery 10 iuun. FRANK M. HALL, 30 CHURCH STREET mar23 IF YOU WANT A" PAIR OF Srectacles or Eye Glasses, nemeuiuw uiav wuna.i x can nc you properly By Dr. Bncklin's Method, and rive yon One spectacles for little money. Oct tots' reacriptlons filled t short notice. J. El. G. DURANT, 3S and 40 Church Street. - P. 8. Remember every purchaser of Spectacles lor KyeiflaaBee is entmea to a rapei rattern tree. MF A K F t 1! mffertafrfrom the f II CM rl E 1 O It Coots of youthful er. mmmm. tt iiH IL 1 1 rorfl, earlr iucy, lost IruViili'jod t etc I wllT senda valuarxle treattM (sealed) PHOF. If-' C. FOWLER, Mood us. Conn. 11 'WO"' X. mxxiLviz&. THE FORSYTH XO. Dyeing, Laundrying . and Carpet Cleaning. Dyeing and cleaning of dresses, wraps, ribbons, &o. Gentlemen's garments, draperies, curtaias, &o. Fine laundrying of every description. Shirts, collars and cuffs onr specialty. Carpet Beat In ar and Scouring. Carpets taken np, beaten and relaid. All carpets are steamed and all moths extermi nated without extra charge. All work called for and delivered. Order by telephone. Works: State, Lawrence and Mechan ic Streets. Offices: 878 aad 645 Chapel St. EATTNDRY. Are You Particular About Your Linen ? If your collars are not stiff, or if . too stiff, if they crack or wear out too soon, iters' us: Alt We Will Please Yon. TROY STEAL! LAUNDRY 80 Center Street. Telephone and Free Delivery. siotf ' "gvovilstaus, gtc. DAWSON. Having received this day a large line of Teas, including fine low price goods, up to Teas costing seventy five cents per pound to import, and not having room for one-quarter of our purchase, I shall sell to the trade at close figures, and feel confident that I can show as large a line of goods and at prices satis factory as can be found in the State. DAWSON'S, Guilford Guilford Clams Clams -AT A. FOOTE & OO.'S, 8Q3 st.a.t:ei A Cha&p of Diet Often Hells Wo Offer To-Day The finest lot sf Block Island Codfish ever in our establishment. Clean Maud, ttcicea narrow Deans. Clean Hand Picked Medium Beans. Clean Hand Picked Pea Beans, with the best of pork to cook them with. hA ftnmt mi&litv canned Sweet Corn. The A food aualitv canned Sweet Corn at 10c can, er $1.13 by the dozen. me nnesc quality xwiny uuo Mrvaa. The Dudley can Pumpkin for pies is the best put up. The new lust received. White 8tar Potatoes, Honey Oomb Tripe. Pickles by the dozen. Cross & Blackweli's Midgets. P. C. IiESSElT, 137 Chapel Street. 133 JU3T ARRIVED I NEW CEOP FANCY Porto Rico Molasses FOB SALE BY STODDARD, KIMBERLY & CO. 213 and 215 Water Street, New Haven. Conn. BROADWAY CASH STORE ! The Best and Cheapest House TO BUY PROVISIONS. 22c a dozen EASTEB EGGS. 22c a dozen 22c a dozen 2e a dozen Sac a dozen ouuvuztun ixtivstt zxcaaozen 23c a dozen 22c a dozen 22c a dozen EASTER EGGS. 20 a dozen Poultry. I a on a IK Vm ntM PrimH 1R 2flalrt. 18 20c a lb. Chickens. 18 20c a l.b lOealb. Very nice prime 16c a lb, tRit IK TjlrcrA TlirfcflVB 1fie & lb 20c a lb. Very nice prime 20a a lb. 20c a lb Small Turkeys. 20c a lb Am. mnnir wnjTOA h.rM III PAUL JENTE & BRO., 1Q1 and 1QT BBOAPffAY. SPRING LAMB, Philadelphia Squabs, Will Pieois, Sweet Breads, MALLARD and DOMESTIC BERMUDA TOMATOES BERMUDA ONIONS, HOTHOUSE LETTUCE, RADISHES AND CUCUMBERS. C. E. HART, 350 and 352 State St. YOU'D BUTTER READ THIS! Go buy your Butter, young man. At Clark's whenever you ean; SM pounds for One Dollar Will make your wife holler That's the Butter for me, young man. Fresh laid Etfff, guaranteed, at uc per aoz. sjneapesi i lace In the city to buy your COOS. We sell all grades of Butter from the manufac tured article to the choice Durham Creamery, and all at wholesale prices. We give presents to all customers; lops, iviaroies. Bans, etc., ior toe cnu dren and something else to suit older people. Call in and see for yourself. CO A I SO cents per ton cheaper than the regular price. C. W. ClarR & Son, mar29 SI Church Street. WILLIAM A. WRIGHT, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, OFFICEE: 153 Church St., cor. Court st. Omci Hours 0 a. m. to 12 m. and from; to S 1 m. On Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clocl OomminRioner of Deed.. . Florida Guava Jelly tN glass Jars. New season's packing. XDW. E. HALL SON, 770 Chapel Street. Sjecial Notice I HATS. HATS. We are receiving dally from the Leading Blanufacturers all the latest Styles In SILK, STIFF & SOFT HATS. Being large dealers and buying direct from the factory in case lots, we can insure onr customers a saving of 25 TO 30 PER CENT. SOLE AGENT FOE Youman's Celebrated Hats. FRIEND E. BROOKS, 7GO Oliapel Street Library Bulldlnc. S. E. MERWIN & SON, Established 1SS1. . Packers and Curers of the Celebrated Elm City Brand of HAMS SHOULDERS, AMD BONELESS BACON. Ac- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM. ill WMte Sugai-Carefl. Keats. Open Kettle LsrJ. 354 & 35G State St., New Havcu, Ct. Packlns Honite oti II. It. A v. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. I have all the improved glasses now made, together with the gennine Brazilian pebble that can be eetin your own frames at short notice. Prices never were lower. Also a well -se lected stock of all kinds of spectacles and eye glasses already set in gold, silver, nickel and steel frames, rubber, celluloid, etc, at prices from 25 cents np to the best pebble in Bteel at $2.50 each. Repairing watohes and jewelry a specialty. Give ns a call. . GEORGE L. STREETER, 74S Chapel Street. NEW HATER, CONN. mBdaw AN IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE HOUSEHOLD BRASS CO. Are Going To Close Out in the Next Thirty Days their entire stock of Lamps, in Brass, Bronze and Copper; Silverware, consisting of Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Castors, Cups and Napkin Rings at pri ces that will make it an ob ject to purchase, in or der to make room for their large stock of HARD WOOD AND SLATE MANTELS Iron Linings, Bran Frame and Tiling. CALL AND SEE THEM. 38 Center Street. Between Orange and Chapel Streets. GOLD MEDAL, PAKIB, 178. BAKER'S BreaMasl Cocoa. Warranted absolutely vure Cocoa, from -which the ezcea. ol Oil ha been rftnoved. It ha three timet the ttrenglh ot Cscoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and u therefore far more economi cal, coating U than one cent a cup. It Is dellctoua, nourmnmg, atrenftthenlng, ea.ll; digested, aad admirably adapted for nrrauas as well a. for pereon In health. Sold by Brecers eyerywhera. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester, Mass. COIN BROS. & GO. 84 Hawlej St BostoB, BassT" UPHOLSTERY GOODS, Turcoman and Sillc Cnrtalms Window Shades, Curtain Fixtures, UPHOLSTERY HARDWARE. VI Hill TUX OJTLT GENUINE and onr Stop Boiler f . Standard. CVAsk your Dealer for them, take noothee. fWHOT.TB.T.a 1 a flPUTM 111 a UTFR-Permanent em MUCH I A I f A If I CUDlovmentand rood pay. Outfit free.. Address, giving agre and refer urseryniBii. eodaw Bnchwt er.N. Y A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from th. recipe of Dr. Stephen Bweefej of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has Dees naea tor more uan nicy years ana is the bes known remedy tor Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprain Bruises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external In J. W. Pond's Insurance Agency. NO. 69 CHURCH STREET, ROOM SO. 10. FinE INSURANCE. OoirrnrBNTAi. Ins. Co. or N. T. Assets $5,339,961 28 Ftbsman's Fund Iks. Co. op Cai " 3,052,262 90 Union Insurance Co. of Cal. " 1,161,362 00 AOCIOKNT INSURANCE. Traveler's Ins. Co. ot Hartford, " 9,111,589 08 Large or small lines of insurance written on the most reasonable terms. Beal estate sold and money loaned. anineod SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 37 CE1VTER STREET. CASH ASSETS Jan. 1, '88, $638,873.37, niBCCToas: Chas. 8. Leete, . Cornelius Fierpont, Jan. D. Dewell. A.C.Wilcox, Daniel Trowbridge, Joel A. 8 perry, Jas. M. Mason, S. E. Merwin, J. A. Bishop, H. Mason, Wei. R. Tyler. CHAS. 8. LEETE. H. MASON, President. Secretary. J.D. DEWELL, H. O, FULLER, Vice President. Assist. Secretary. TRADE . MARK 1HAMS McINTYRE, MA(HJIRE & CO. Grand Sale of Easter Offerings FOB THE ENTIRE WEEK. Without a lengthy description we will simply give an honest schedule of UNPRECEDENTED PRICES, Carefully Adjusted on the Basis ol PLEASE BEAK IN MIND OUR FACILITIES FOR PROCURING BARGAINS Are Inferior to. No . -. fx M 1 x-.s j-ximitea space aaiui.a uj. vxujr ew 4uuuiuub mix. bxx numerated here will make np ion more than this deficiency. . . SILK BABGUKS. Plnshes at 57o ner yard. Black Surah Extra heavy Surah Silks at $1 are only a few counter. - 1 ' DRESS COOIIS ISAlttjiAI!.. 45-inch Mourning Mixtures at 39o per yard. 40-inch Henriettas at 75c, gooj value at tl. Silk and wool Henriettas at $1.25, cheap prices yet made.. KoechUn's best French Sateens; no other goods to De compared witn them in quality or nnisn. All ai pnoes competitors uuu i omo .v. RIBBON BARGAINS. All f Via nnw aTi at. aa ctf watanui and nlain the best job lot of All Silk Gros Grain Eibbons prices. Our display of garments for Easter Holidays 'that is, goods actually bought." We do not people. We buy our goods and sell them at the COMBINATION CURTAIN SALE. At tl. SI. 89. S2.39. 2.89. S3. 75 and S4.49 we eive one pair Lace Curtains guaranteed cheap at the Bgures named, one Pole with brass trimmings, one pair of Chains for looping curtains. We will also hang the Pole and Curtains for you free of charge. All the above at either of the set prices named. Think of it ! Curtains, Poles, Chains and Hanging for less than you can buy the plain Curtains in this oity. Our importation of 209 pairs of these Curtains prompts us to make this anheard-of proposition. At 3Uo and up to Jo we snow a line ot unrtatns equalled Dy no nouse outsiae or jmbw York, and at same time guarantee our prices 25 per cent, lower than New York prices. These are facts worth knowing. PARASOL. BARGAINS.' Our new goods justortened. A line worth and qualities. Just what you want. The low At $1.19, $1.25, $1.50 and $2, four special To miss seeing these might cost you at least $1 surely be higher then. Gents' Furnishings Bargains. Easter specialties in Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear and Shirts. show at 25c. 75c and $1 Four-in Hands and $1.25.. - LADIES' GLOTEr. Five button Kids at 47c, a bargain worth buying. Four button Embroidered Backs at 59c; you pay 75c if yon do not buy from ns, as that quality, at use xney are asking fl.zo for tnis LADIES' HOSIERY. 58 style of Hose to choose from, at 25e. has never been approached. At 50o. we show wortn $l. FANCi GOODS COUNXEK. Buy yonr Colognes from ns; 21 cents far Colgate's, 33o for Lubia's, an ounce. Both are the best made. LACE COUNTER. The greatest bargains ever shown. 19o for Flouncing, 45 inches wide. , The finer grades in proportion. A big job lot Colored Embroi deries at 25 per cent, on the dollar of what they cost. Will be open Thursday until 9 o'clock p. McINTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. 837 Chapel Street, Three Essential Things to Be Considered.' ak STYLE, .QUALITY, PRICE. We have placed on our coun ters the finest line of new Spring Overcoats ever displayed in this city, at prices ranging from $7.50 to $28. borne made irom Cheviots, some from Ccssi- meres, some from Meltons and some from Covert Cloths; silk lined and silk-faced. New fresh eroods, made in the latest style, best of trim mings, and every garment guar anteed. They are what we are building our reputation on. In bpnng buits tor Men, Youner Men. Bovs and Chil dren we are offering Wonderful Bargains and Hxtremeiy low Prices. Why? Because we are manufacturers, and there are no middle-men between us and consumer. We save you one Smart Profit. BOSTON GLOTIIiriQ GO. Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IN FINE READY MADE CLOTHING. NEW HAVEN BRANCH : No. 853 Chapel Street. mar26 d&w Q. W. TOWLE, Manager. BATH BRUSHES, SHAVING BRUSHES, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, In great variety. OUR DRIVE THIS WEEK. 40-CENT BATH BRUSH. "YUITI-Ylira" TOOTH BRUSH. Chas. W. Whittlesey & Co., DRUGGISTS, 744 CHAPEL STREET. "ECLIPSE" TRICYCLES Manufactured by ourselves. And in this city we WUI HBTAxx UXOX1X l vaouuu pricks. Children's Carriages and Velocipedes. C. COWLES & CO. 47 Orange Street. the Lowest Possible Living Profit. House in America. X An .Taminntinn nf the valnes not Silks at 59c. 24-inch Gros Grain Silks at 89c. of the many Extraordinary V aloes at tnis : at ?X.70. uname s iieiames at mo -"woou Gros Grain and Satin "Ribbons, together with that ever came to our city; all at the lowest Is the largest ever made in this city borrow samples for a few days to gull the lowest prices possible. looking at (if we do say it) in all the styles prices are what crowd our counters. lots purchased especially for the Easter trade. in a month from now, as the prices will A 50c Hose we promise to $1.75 Gloves at $1 and Teck Scarfs at 50c. . - is what others ask. Five button kids, extra grade Every pair guaranteed a bargain. This display a line equally as grand. Some are actually . all over Swiss Embroidery. 39c for Swiss m. Friday being Fast day, closed all day. New Haven, Conn. CLAIRVOYANCE. MRS. J. J. CLARK, Business, Test and Healing Medium, 828 CROWN STREET, convinces all who visit her that she is a genuine clairvoyant. Do not (ail to see her even if you have been disappointed with others. Hours 9 to 12 a. m., S to 5 p. m. and evenings. Diagnoaine by lock of hair by letter J2. re? REMOVAL. MADAM CLARK of Hartford, The Girted Magnetic Healer, Business and Test Medium, has removed to 33 HIGH STREET. Madam Clark's remarkable magnetic Dowers have won for her the unqualified approval of the press and public wher ever she has been located. Office hours 9 to 12 a.m., 8 to 6 and 1 to 9 p. m. Terms SI. Magnetic treat- ment pa. maria tr TheHighestCommercial Integrity which will not permit the substitution of inferior drugs in th. preparation of a medicine for the re lief of suffenag humanity, should alavs be the Incentive of the manufacturer. That this is the principle which animates the proprietors of Baker'. Great American Specific Is proven by its effectiveness as a destroyer of all external and internal pains. The most powerful speotOcs of the best quality, combined in proper proportion, hove produced a sure remedy for Rheu matism, Keuralgia, Sciatica, and Pleurisy. A safe and effectual cure for Coughs, Colds, Cramps, ixmca ana tjnotera norotw, ana a i.itntui neaier 01 Burns, Bruises, Sprains and Scalds, Skill aad koovltdn have combined a medicine, which, nev er failing, is supplied in large bottles at 60 cents, and its name is Baker's Great American Specific Can be had of all dealers in medicines. Prepared only bv Maurice, Baker Si Co , Portland, Maine. Doollttle ft Smith, 24 and 2C Tremont street. Boston Mass., Selling Agents. Dr. J. W. Cnmmlngs, . ELECTRO-Therapeutie physician.' Electricity when properly applied has all the elements necessary to dire acute, nervous and chronic dis- ELECTHICITT ' Cures Rheumatism and Spinal Complaints. ELECTBICITV Cures Bronchitis, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. ELECTRIC IT V Cures Bright's Disease and Kidney Diseases gener ally. Also all Uterine Diseases. ELECTH1VITT Cures Lung and Throat Complaints. Do not fail to visit Dr. Cummings and make use of this potent remedy. No. 4 Chorch Street. mar28 Mrs. 23. R. Jones, DENTIST, 74 C'tiapel, cor. State Street. Over Brooks ez Co.. Hat and Fur 8 tore. OFFICE HOURS 9 A. It. to 5. H. dftw Catarrhal Dangers. .To be freed from the dangers of suffocation while lying down; to breathe freely, sleep soundly and undisturbed; to rise refreshed, head clear, bra!, active and free from pain or ache; to know that no poisonous or putrid matter defiles the breath and rots away the delicate machinery of smell, taste and hearing; to feel that the system does not, through its veins and arteries, suck up the poison that is sure to undermine and destroy, is Indeed a blessing beyond all other human enjoy ments. To purchase immunity from such a fate should be the object of all afflicted. But those who have tried many remedies and physicians despair of relief or cure. Sanford's Badical Cure meets every phase of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It is local and constitutional. Instant In relieving, permanent in curing, safe, economical and never-failing. Sanford's Radical Cure consists of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one box ot Catarrhal Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrappwl in one package, with treatise and directions, and sold by all drug gats for SI. Porren Dues Chsmical Co., Bostox. How My Side Aches! Achinff Sides' and back. Hip, Kidney and Uterine Pains, Rheumatic. Sciatic, Neuralgic, Sharp ana snooting rains re llevrd in tie ml a at. by the Cntl- cura A mtl-Pal n Plaster. The first and only pain killing plaster. A perfect, instantaneous, never-failing antidote to pain, inflanfmation and weakness. Especially adapted to relieve female pains and weaknesses. At all druggists', 25 cents, or of Pomes, Drug and Chemical Co., Boston. ap2 mtli&w2w TjlTCTTrTT A treated without the use of fj lo JL U LxxVthe knife or detention from business, also all other diseases of the Rectum. Cure guaranteed. WM. READ (M. D. Harvard,184), and ROBERT M. READ (M. D., Harvard, 1876), Erisa House, No. 175 Tremont street, Ho. ton. References given. Consultation fren. Send for pamphlet. Office hours,ll A. M. to 4 P. M. (8unday and holidays excepted) J IIjES The Oldest Dally Paper Pub lished In Connecticut. THE CABEINGTON PUBLISHING CO. SINGLE COPIES THREE CENTS. All letters and inquiries In regard to eubscriptiOBS or matters of business should be addressed to THE JOURKAI, AND COURIER, New Haweii. Conn. Notice! We cannot accept anonymous or return rejected communications. In all cases the name of the writer will be required, not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. SITUATIONS WANTED, one insertion 60c; each snbaeanent insertion 25c. WANTS, BENTS, and other small advertisements occupying not more than six lines, one insertion 75c; each subsequent insertion 25c. One square (one inch) one insertion, $1.20: each subsequent insertion 40 cents; one week $3.20; one month, Sie.OO. Obituary notices, in prose or verse, 15 cents per line. Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths and fu nerals, 25 cts. each. Local Notices 20 ets. per line. Advertisements on second page one price and a halt. Yearly advertisers are limited to their own imme dlate business, (all matter to be unobjectionable) and their contracts do not include Wants. To -Let For Sale. etc. Special ratue furnished onapnUcatlon for contracts covering considerable length of tlme..or a large Yaarlv advertisements at the following rates: One square, one year, $40; two squares, one year, $70; three squaree. one year. S1O0. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL IS PUBLIBKKD Evzbt Thursday Moboths. Single Copies 5 cents - - " $2.00 a year Btrictly In advance - - - -. 1.60 a rear Deuvxrkdby Carriers nr the City, 15 OxtlTTS A WKEK, 60 CENTS A MONTH, $3.00 fob Six Months, $6.00 a Ybab. Thk Saigb Txbms By Mail. Monday, April 2, 18SS. IISRE IttTTS IERY, Milk Inspector Babcoek of Boston has sub mitted to the legislature a bill to regulate the coloriDg of all dairy prodaots. There is a good deal of opposition to it, and Inspec tor Babcoek has been induced to talk abou the bntter business in a way that is interest ing to the general public. Mr. Babcoek believes that good oleomarga rine and good cottonseed oil are as healthfnl as the cheap grades of the articles for which the v are substitutes and much more palatable. And as an inspector of dairy products he ob jects to the hyposrisy of the dairymen who wish to absolutely prohibit the men in a kin dred business from selling an article that is a much better and fairer article than much of the stuff that they are selling under the guise of butter. To Bhow what he means by ''hypoerisy" he says he will tell a secret. This is that a large namber of butter men are engaged In selling an article of butter that it known as "hash batter." It is a non descript article, and entirely fraudulent. It is sold under the name of "ladle" butter to the trade, but goes oat to the consumers as fancy dairy butter. It is an unslean and bogus product. "The men who handle this 'hash' butter are the men who are howling for prohibition of oleo because they oan't sell this inferior product alongside -of it." Hash batter is composed of the odds and ends of all sorts of butter brought in from the farms in the "West, remarked, churned with milk in many cases and colored with annato. A gentleman who used to be an ez tensive buyer of this butter is quoted as say ing: The small farmers make limited quan tities of butter, churning perhaps fifty ponnds at a time or in a Week. They bring in this product to the buyers in the cities, using every conceivable yariety of package. It comes in in dirty half barrels, egg eases, shoe boxes, crocks, bean pots in fact everything that can be scraped. It is white, yellow, half yellow, salted and fresh. This mixture of butter is culled over, the best grades being separated and worked over, many varieties being mixed and salted and colored- so as to relieve the resultant produot from a streaked appearance. It Is so mixed that it is said to bs hashed, hence the name. The seconds and thirds of this butter are al lowed to remain in the cellar nntil an eastern buyer oomes along, when they sell him the whole business. Ten years ago the Boston buyers were said to be the best buyers of "hash" batter in the market. The Detroit factories wsre largely engaged in handling "hash" butter, and are now. This is cheering, if true. Hash hash has long been a mysterious affair, and now hash batter is revealed. What nextt KDITOKIAL NOTES. The wearers of new bonnets yesterday bad reason to be thankful. It was a good day for them. Th action of Governor Jackson of Mary land in pardoning seven Democratic judges and clerks of election, convicted of election frauds at Baltimore, shows very elearly46e great need of reform in Baltimore politics. The New York Medical Journal gives a simple remedy for hiccough. The sufferer should elose his external auditory eanals with his fingers, exerting a certain degree of pressure ; at the same time he is to drink a few sips of any liquid whatever, the glass or cap being held to his lips by another person. The effect Is said to be immediate. The commercial traveler is quite an im portant part of this country. There are about eighty thousand of them. Each one of them spends on an average $3,000 a year, or a total of $240,000,000. If yon add to this their salaries, averaging at the least $1,000, you have a total expenditure by com mercial travelers of $320,000,000 a year. John Half of Westbrook, Georgia, is more than half-witted. His first baby was chris tened First Half, the next, Second Half, the third, Other Half, and the fourth, Best Half. He has a big sign over his cabin door, which reads : " The whole family of John Half lives within. A half family is better than none, but if yon want to see six halves in one hole coma inside and see what is left of ns. God bless our home." The Frsneh Radicals are growling vigor ously over the magnificence of French bish ops. Investigation has shown that the bish op of Constance has thirty-three chambers for his personal nse in his palace, ninety four for his assistants and twenty-four kitch ens, all manned with chefs. The bishop of Angers has sight kitchens in his palace and about sixty rooms for himself and assistants. The bishop of Bourges has ten sumptuous sa lons besides his private apartments. The Badicals want their salaries stopped. The attitude of Bishop Wigger of the Catholio diocese of Newark, New Jersey, to war, the public schools is nnmistakable. The rule that he has issued require that in order to be admitted to the communion a child must have attended a parochial school at least two years, immediately preceding, and that children graduating from the pub lic sehools, no matter what the ages, must attend a Catholio school for a year before they oan be admitted. Certificates from the parish priests are required showing that the child has attended the parochial school for the required period. A movement with which many - American students will sympathize is going on in Vien na to suppress the hausmeister. The latter is an individual more oppressive than the French concierge. He is allowed by law to close the door of the particular house in Vienna over which he watches at 10 o'clock; to refuse latchkeys and to collect 10 krent eers from whoever comes in later than 10. The result has been that people wisely eco nomical have gone home at 10, while stu dents and others, to many of whom even 10 kreutzers is a consideration, have made it custom, once out after the appointed time, to stay out until 5, when the hausmsister is obliged to let them in for nothing. Restaur ants and coffee-house keepers declare that their trade suffers through loss of respectable patronage, and a movement is on foot, start ed by them, to do away with the hausmeister dictatorship. Paris has a great project to talk about. It is that of obtaining a water supply from the lake of Nenfchatel in Switzerland, a distance of 313 miles. The cost is estimated at three hundred million francs, or about sixty mil lion dollars. The supply is ample, and the quality of the water all that could be wished. The plan contemplates drawing the water from the depth of 262 feet belo w the level of the lake: The Jura mountains are to be pierced by a tunnel twenty-two miles long. The surface of the lake is more than sixteen hundred feet above the mean level of Paris, and the distributing reservoir near the oity is to be at the height of 394 feet above the same level. The supply will be so abundant that, with the head proposed, it will be sufficient to provide not only for all the or dinary requirements of the people, but also to furnish power for lighting the oity by electricity and for general manufacturing purposes.-.- In a paper recently read before one of the English associations of engineers, the writer asserted that according to present methods of dealing with the motive power of the steam engine, only some twenty per cent, was made available, eighty per cent, of the energy developed in the furnace being thrown away, and it is quite common to realise no greater efficiency . than about four per cent, on the gross or potential energy of the fuel. In large factories, that admit of the power being concentrated in one or two great ma chines, condensation can be taken advantage of, and, with water heaters and other appli ances, double ths above figures realized but in the very best engines with all the latest improvements and elaborations, not more than twelve and one-half per cent, has ever been realized, nor is it possible to realize more, and even this twelve and one-half per cent, can only be obtained by the finest ef wire drawing and the best of ooal. RECENT. ATecent pink luncheon in Chicago is said to have been a carnation fine affair. Lowell Courier. As the paternal shingle descends upon the unerring youngster he finds it hard to realize that he is the father of the son. Bingham ton Leader. The calendar spring begins March 1, the astronomical spring begins several weeks later, the real spring begins when it gets ready. Omaha World. A poet has written some verses entitled "The Triumph of March." And March has been blowing a good deal over her triumph, tod. Norristown Herald. "Brown has threatened to kick me If he meets me out in society. Suppose you were me and should see him come into the room what would you do!"- "Sit down." Judge. From time to time mysterious disappear ances are reported. The last is that of a man who was driving a load of dynamite along a rough road. Rochester Post-Express. "Mrs. Smith has lost her husband." "I know it; and only think of it, she has put on only half mourning." "Very true; but then you know Mr. Smith was a very small man." Boston Transcript. "Spring has come," announces an exchange to its readers. That shows the great value of a local newspaper to tell the farmers spring comes, so they can begin ploughing. Ken tucky State Journal. Entomologists say that bees always fly in straight lines. They are too busy to waste time going the long way round, as a woman does when she is oat shopping with new clothes on. Lowell Citizen. Granger in a city hotel (fumbling with the electric button in Mb room) "By gosh! This watsr has been shut off for the last two hours. If they don't turn it on pretty soon I'll have to lug that pitcher out to the well." Hotel Mail. "But isn't your nephew rather young to join the army!" asked Cabwigger. "He is very young to be sure," replied Mrs. Mala prop; "bat then, yoa must remember that he is only going to join the infantry." The Epoch. Mrs. Kendrioks (the landlady) "Is your seat comfortable, Mr. Dumley, or are you too near the fire!" Dumiey "No, I am not too near the fire, Mrs. Kendrioks, but I think I am er a trifle too near the butter." Drake's Magazine. "No, James," said a young wife, "I don't like that house we looked at. Why, there isn't a cobweb in the whole pantry." "What do yoa want a cobweb in the pantry for!" asked her husband. "Why, to hang the spider on, to be sure." Judy. A Mrs. Mumm of Beloit is suing for a di vorce, and the testimony brought oat the f sot that she married on oondition that her husband deed her a forty aere farm. Some women have ground for a divorce, but not so much as a forty acre farm. Norristown Horald. Jewels In thie Fire. From the Jewelers' Weekly. Some of the recent heavy jewelry fires, in which many thousand dollars' worth of precious stones were saved from destruction, suggest the question as to whioh stones can and which cannot pass uninjured through the heat of a conflagration. "Many people believe that a diamond can be heated white hot with impunity and a good fire; but I wouldn't advise them to try the experiment too often. I have seen diamonds which had passed through the great fire at Chicago They were covered with a white film and looked like pieces of alum. After passing through the polisher's hands they were ap parently as good as new, bat I still fancied that there was a certain loss of lustre, and feel sure that a secosd heating would have made this still more plainly perceptible. "How high a heat will rubies and sap phires stand! Well, I've carefully heated some dark colored sapphires and been re warded by seeing them cool off several shades lighter. Upon the oolor of others heat made not the slightest impression. I was obliged to be very careful in heating and in letting the stones cool, as any sudden vari ation in temperature will split them in a mo ment. "Topaz I have destroyed entirely by heat, and rubies are also easily ruined by a high temperature. Heated white hot aad plunged into water, any of the latter stones will split into a thousand fragments; so be careful if yon make any experiments. "Pearls should not be heated either, as the result will ressmble oyster shells more than anything else." YsraUh far Tarkey Legs. Par.'s Dispatch to the London Telegraph. When the average householder or his cook, who proceeds to the Paris markets for do mestic provender is offered embalmed geese, turkeys with painted legs and diseased chick ens, instead of healthy and untainted poul try, it is time for the poliee to interfere in the interest ot the public. Recent research es have shown that a' considerable trade is done in diseased fowl in all the Paris mar kets, and a short time ago a brawny fort de la Halle, or market porter, died from blood poisoning, caused, as the doctors averred, by the bite of a large insect whioh had been battening on some turkeys. The praotice of embalming fowl or dressing np long-demised birds so as to make them look fresh is of comparatively modern origin, but that of painting the legs of turkeys is as old as the days of Privat d'Anglemont. The first per son in the field in this department of indus try was a Pere Chapellier, who made a little fortune out of it. He noticed that the legs of turkeys were brilliantly black for one day after they had been killed, and that then they became of a dusky-brown color. He accordingly invented a peculiar kind of var nish, the secret of which he sold with profit on retiring from business, and with this he touched np the legs of the birds whioh re mained unsold for any considerable period of time. His services were requisitioned in ev ery market, and the effect of his varnish was so conclusive that it deceived the most expe rienced cooks and housekeepers, who often bought painted tnrkeys in preference to birds of the same species which had been newly killed. It would be well if the poul try purveyors of the present day confined themselves to this comparatively pious fraud. A Typical Rnsslan "aflalr of Honor.1' rvionna Neue Freie Presse J assy Letter. A somewhat curious duel took place a few days ago at Kicheneff, the capital of the im portant Russian province of Bessarabia. A gentleman of the name of Paul Usakoff and Prince Temariafi quarrelled together about some trivial matter at the "Nobles club," and finally determined to settle their differences by a duel. On the following morning they met with their seconds and a surgeon on the outskirts of the city and exchanged three shots apiece without doing any injury to one another. On the following day they again met at the club, and after a short converse, tion began to quarrel afresh with increased vigor. Growing more and .more excited, the dispute at length degenerated into a regular kicking and fisticuff struggle. The prince, who all along had been the aggressor, was in in act of receiving, a sound and well-deserved thrashing, when suddenly the thin varnish of civilization gave way, and all his innate and national barbarism getting the npper hand, he flew with a yell at M. Usakoff, and catching the letter's lower lip between his teeth, bit it completely off. It is needless to add that that terminated the fight. M. Usa koff is still confined to his bed, hopelessly disfigured for life, while his nether lip is de posited as a kind of corpus delicti at the po liee court, where the case will be tried when M. Usakoff is able to leave his bed. Mean while the prince swaggers about the town and the Nobles club is exceedingly proud of his "bonne-bouche." , Cblcaeo Street Etiquette. From the Chicago Times. 1 One rainy day last week a good-looking young man stepped off a Lake street car at Fifth avenue just as a buxom, apple-cheeked, jolly shop-girl started to rnn across ths street. - It was dark and the girl did not Bee the young man until she ran right into him. Then a mischievous look cams into his eyes and he threw his arms around her, gave her a good hug and hurried on. The girl was so astonished for a moment that she stood still in the middle of the street. Then she walked over to the other side walk and stopped beside a lamp-post and looked after the young man and laughed like the jolly, whole-souled girl that she was. And three or roar people who had seen the funny act laughed tco, and the audacious youth trotted down the street whistling as merrily as though there were no rain. And Editor Paid With Oysters. From-th9 Pall Mall Gazett. Who would look for hnmor in a consular report! Oar consul at Baltimore, in a reporf on the oyster fisheries of Maryland, says: "In some of the lower counties down the Chesapeake bay oysters pass as current mon ey, and in one town which boasts, of a week ly newspaper a large percentage of its read ers pay their subscriptions to it in oysters; thus the editor receives from one hundred and fifty to.two hundred bushels of oyBters yearly, which he is forced to consume in his own family; and as oysters are declared by the faculty to be most emcacious in produ cing and increasing brain power, it is to be hoped that the subscribers to that journal get good value for their oysters. A Queer List. 1 Boston Letter to the Providence Journal. I was shown the other day something of which I had heard, to which indeed it is pos sible I may have made allusion in these let ters, but which is so delicious in its com pleteness as to merit a particular descrip tion. This is a list of wedding gifts printed in connection with a marriage in the family of a western man who had made money, and whose wife.and daughters fondly imagine themselves to occupy a dizzy pinacle of so cial elegance. The list is carefully spaced and leaded printing, with the inclusion of the addresses of the donors, extended to fifteen pages; al though something more than a dozen people secured the immortality conferred by this nuptial volume by the economical device of Bending flowers. The pamphlet is chastely bound in white pasteboard tied with white ribbon, and has the general appearance of an over stall-fed dance order. It would occu py too much space to go into a detailed ex amination of this most delicate and refined specimen of western elegance, but a few points may be noted. In one case the com pilers knew the author of a book mentioned and hasten to specify that "Lamia" is by Keats, their literary knowledge being evi dently exhausted by this gigantic effort. In not a few cases it is specified that the &ifts were "solid silver," a distinction which re flects most invidiously npon those to which are only accorded the epithet "silver," or even none at all. One large vase is described as of "cloisne ware," and one young lady is set down as giving "carel with flowers paint ed on the coral." The thoughtfulness of the donor in not withholding either of two arti cles so intimately connected cannot be too highly commended. The gift of the parents of the bride was "furnishing house com plete and wedding trosseau," whatever a "trosseau" may be; and a relative munifi cently bestowed upon the young couple a "check for three hundred dollars ($300)." The exact and business-like duplication of the statement of the sum is to be noted. There is on the list a large variety .of silver utensils, and among them one I do not chance to have seen mentioned before, "sweet meat scissors." As a whole there is an air of dazzling Occidental splendor and opulence about the beribboned list which quite throws into the shade anything the East has to show. very Household Should have Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It saves thousands of lives annually, and is peculiarly efficacious in Croup, Whooping Cough, and Sore Throat. "After an extensive practice of nearly one-third of a century, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is my cure for recent colds and coughs. I prescribe it, and believe it to be the very best expectorant now offered to the people." Dr. John C. Levis, Druggist, West Bridgewater, Pa. " Some years ago Ayer's Cherry Pec toral cured me of asthma after the best medical skill had failed to give me re lief. A few weeks since, being again a little troubled with the disease, I was promptly Relieved By the same remedy. I gladly offer this testimony for the benefit of all similarly afflicted." F. H. Hassler, Editor Argus, Table Rock, Nebr. "For children afflicted with colds, coughs, sore throat, or croup, I do not know of any remedy which will give more speedy relief than Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I have found it, also, invalu able in cases of whooping cough." Ann Lovejoy, 1251 Washington street, Boston, Mass. "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has proved remarkably effective in croup and is invaluable as a family medicine." . D. M. Bryant, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FBKFABSD ET Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by oil Druggists. Price ffl : sir bottles, to. "Mamma," said a pretty young thing in her new spring street costume, "have yoa the morning paper!" "No, Clara; your papa took it down town with him. There is yes terday's morning paper on the table." "Oh, that will do just as well. I only wanted to look at the weather probabilities." Puck. DR. KILMER'S stop that Cold, Cough m hi j. lujvxixixs xix tuw ... ...... Arrest that Catarrh, Bron chitis or Astnma. a nu Remedy relieves quickly. Cure permanently. It nraventa Decline. Nixrht-Sweats and death from Conaamptloa. y tTeparea at dk. au.aii:Li's I pispKNSAjtT, BtngrhAmton, N.Y. Guide to Health (Sent Free.) SoM by DrajririgtM. r SAVES VOUSUFE. Sold and recommended by Wells tc Calhoun, wholesale agents. Mew Haven, Cosn. jylSeodaw JJrg carls. For Easter Week. We are making an attractive display of Table Damasks, New Table Sets, Napkins, Doylies, etc., this week, which are very CHOICE IN STYLE AND PATTERNS. Table Covers, Huck and Damask Towels. ALSO, An Entire New Line of Cretonnes IN NEW PATTERNS. Wilcox & Co. 767 2STX V71 OHAPEIi STREET. isczlVxnzaxxs. WELGOriE APRIL The stormy month of March is behiad, and green fields and snnny skies are before. The Tiope universal springs np that we may be cheered and fostered by congenial weather. Suit Patterns, In harmony with the bright colors new coming forward throughout the natural world. Natnral blendings in Stripes, Checks, Plaids, Mixtures and plain designs. New and novel conceptions in all, remark able for neatness, beanty and wearing qual ities. A wide range in Sacks, in particular favor with young men this season really Cutaway Sacks, elegant, airy and oonveai ent. The Cutaway Frocks are also leaders and favorites with a great many. Let as say again that these suits are not cut sod rUBhed together by Bashi-Bazouk slashers, but by the beat journeymen tailors obtaia able. Hade to sell, net only present Suits, but others offered year after year. A Word to the Boys. Our department is made ready to please all boys and children with whatever they may want. Nothing omitted that is desired this season in short and long trouser suits. Nobby styles in Norfolk Plaited and. Plain Jackets. - Men's and Youths' Suits $0.50 to $25. Boys Suits $2.50 to $20. C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101, 103, 105 Church Street, 1ST Ail W -ELTVJESNn ANTIQUE BEDROOM SUITES ! We offer a Remarkably Attrac tive line ol Artistic Pattern at Moderate Prices. CHAMBERLIN & CO., Orange and Crown Streets. EASTER BOOKLETS, AUGUR'S ART ROOMS. The Variety VTnsurpassed. Water Color Exhibition TO CONTINUE FOR ONE WEEK. CALL EARLY AND SELECT. ARTIST MATERIALS. Gold for China Painting. China Fired Every Thursday. 73 Orange Street. Bich a. GOLD LEAF." N. Y. Enus. "Useful in every HOME." Tbibunk. lilLDS EVERYTHING, Fbahxs, Fobhituks, Ttr raa, Mktai Pustbb, Shvk, &o. Any One Canute it, A Camel. Hnir Brash in each box. Price tr t cts. Afllc for BUBY'S GILDTNfi. Refute, all tuhttitutet. Sold dtAbt Duuii, Dbuqoist. STiTionaa. 'arm inemtov Mil. Ut-S M. ttt tn Jf.T. Music Books a Always in Season. ? need never be lonely with lese in the house : .Classical Pianist d Piano Classics each $1, are choice and line collections of the best new pieces by eminent composers. Young People's Classics, Si. contains mucn good and easy music. nu.t aitinn. of the Piano works of JBeethovnn. Mozart, Chopin, Schumann and Mendelssohn, for sale. Send for lists. . For players on Violin, Cnltar, inandolln. Banjo and all Reed and Orchestral In strument., gooa music and reliable Instructors are provided; also a large and good assortment of the instruments themselves for sale at our Branch Store, under the title of J.C. Hayne. k Go., oa Bireei, Huston. PIabaa send for errand mctorial cataloeue. Good vocal music "for Home Entertainment is in Song Classics, $1 00 nign class songs. Good Old Sonera we Used to Sintr, 11 the favorite songs of a half century. College Bongs, ou cents popular ana eay. Songs and Games for Uttle Ones, $3. ' Any book mailed for retail price. OLIVER DITS0N & CO., . Boston. Mass. C. H. Ditson & Co., 837 Broadway, New York. mar28 w&a&w