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OFFICE 400 WATE STREET, THB GABRINGTON PUBLISHING CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN; TUESDAY MORNIKG JNE 19, 1888- NO. 144 fOL. LVI. B its- 3rn &aa&&. Howe & Stetson Since knitting were invented machines have Ho- lery and Underwear been retailed at such fabalonsly low- prices, all in conse quence of late spring- over production and manufac turers' forced sales through auction rooms. AVe have secured many big- jobs and give specimen items as Fol lows : 19c each, Ladiee' Kalbriggan Vests, good material, silk binding, silk points, all sizes from 26 to 88. 2oo each, Ladies' Gossamer Weight Vests, white and balbriggan, Jersey waist cnt, with French neck; pearl buttons, all sizes from 26 to 38. Splendid material; real value 87. 25oeaoh, Ladies' White and Ecru Gauze Vests, in bodies, short and long sleeves, pearl bnttons, kat-stitched neck, silk binding, eto. '; . : . - - 35e pair. We have closed a ' manufacturer's " stock of Children's Ribbed Hose, war .ranted -fast black, made of Sea Island cotton, with ecru linen split feet, all sizes from 6 to 8J inches. -. We give a card of same black - Darning Cotton with each pair. - These goods have never -v- before sold nnder 50o; our price only S5o 25c pair, Ladles' Black Lisle Thread Hose, with White split feet, ..- 60o pair, Ladies' Silk Plaited Hose, in black uu nuvn., - .; m t $1.25 pair, Ladies' pure span Silk Hose with If aoo Cotton split feet, in black, bronze, bronze greens, mandarin, Nile, bine, lav ender, pink, etc. - ' " ' , 25o eaoh, Ladies' Ribbed White and Sera Jersey Vests ' in fine, handsome spun yarns. $1.18 ech,Ladiee' SUk Jersey Vests in white and ecru. 60c, 75o and $1 each for Ladies' Night Robes; these three special bargains will be found in the "Annex." 60o, 7Sa and 98a each for Ladies' White Skirts - with Hamburg flowers; these skirts we know are under price, .. . . Bargain Day Friday, June 22. HOWE & STETSON. Insurance Building, ' - - CHAPEL STREET, . . i J ; New Hayenj Conn.'" tf;t( '. STORAGE - -" - FOB ' ' Furniture, Carriages and Merchandise SMEDLEY BROS, STOREHOUSE 173 BREWERY STREET. : Carload of Extra Good Horses. SMEDLEY & SHEETS, 169-171 BREWERY STREET SPECIAL HOLIDAY WELLS & GUNDE'S. WATCHES AND CHAINS Of all kinds.- - . . ., . r-" 5T?-j niMGS, - .. - . Of which wehevealanre variety. PIN8,EABRINs, And la fact a f all and complete Une of FIRE lEWIMIt' ; -" Suitable for HU4ar Presents. 788 Chapel : Street. d!Stf . ' A ; Perfect Mower for 1888. Quick Stroke, High Wheels, Tiltta Bar, enctoasd Gearing, New Shifter Teang Attachment.; j - '. : - Sit it ih t Bullard's Hay-Tedder. The Is use. Prices neatly reduced from Wheel Horse Bakes. Prom 20 upward. Including Yankee, Tiger, " Woods, Gale, Coau and others. FOB BALE BT Robert B. Bradley & Co At the Hew Haven Agricultural Warehouse, : 4O0 State Street. Catalogues giving full description ot the above furnished upon application. JeM a w 2 A FEIEriD ifl MEED. Dili SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from tha recipe of Dr. Stephen BwetSj of Ctoinectlout, the great natural BoneterJSsS w nuu, mnM f b.n srtv vaars and Is tnerett kaown remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Bpraiye unuses, tHnu,vm,.ninwia "r" treated without the use of tha knife or detention from business, also all oth other diseases of the Rectum. Cure guaranteed. WM. BEAD (Hi. D. Harvard.lfMZ) nil HI IKIT.HT M IBB. IS. a UW,WU. IDIVJi n.iloi. References given, uonauitation tree. Send for pamphlet. Office hours, HA. M. to4 r. H. (Sunday and holidays excepted) DJT T7 CJ Hit a WrLIiIAM A. WRIGHT, Attorney and Connselor-at-Law, 153 Church st.,eor. Court st. Omcs Hotms 9 a. m. to 12.m. and from S to 5 bu On Saturday evenings from 7 t-fe'clork Oammiseiener of Deeds' w .E. P.ARYINE, ATTORNEY AT KiAW, Bos s 9 ana 11, 69 . Chnrch S3. CILAI1LE3 B. HAMILTON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law TALK BANK BUILDING ' '. OOHNF3 CHAPEL AND ST AT STS Votary Pnolle. .w BaM,Osas. THE FORSYTH. CO. Dyeing and Laundrying 4 f In All Their Branches. Shirts, Collars and CoWand Ladies' Fan cy Wear oar specialties in laundrying. ' Cleaning of Lace and other Curtains, Win dow Shades, etc; Ladies' white or light sum mer garments cleaned by the Dry Process. Cleaning or Dyeing of anything in the line of wearing Apparel or House jfurnisnrngs. Garnets beaten and steamed or scoured. ttotba and carpet " bogs exterminated and their eesa removed. Colors " brightened. Old carpets made new. We can call for and deliver your carpets on short notice. ' Offices: ST and 45 Chapel St. W.rkai State, laiwrence aad Meehiau- le Streets. Telephone. LESSON: ;FOR FINE L A U N D R WOR K Call at above addresei, gvxmistaus, tc. SHAD. SHAD. Striped Bass, Lobsters, Haddock, Cod, Open Clams, Little Necks; Oysters, Salmon, etc,, A. POOTE & OO.'S, ana an? ap3ei mufm Onwnn mmiils think the most strike a Sold mine. ormake andreoeiTe a large amount oc money in order to beoome rloh. But It is not so. The sure way Is to save a little each day of what you do get and In the eed you will be well off. Begin at once by saving on your ? Batter. Coal. Tea and coiree bins. We can sell you fine Table goods that will make even stale bread taste good (or 80c a pound and presents tnrown in. MS I fT"'f" WSU , 'IT VJC9 (lor Mfu, S an iwju weight.- Par OofTee 25 cents, fine Teas 39 to 40 cents lb. and Snices at half coat. Deat throw money away on high-priced good, xraoewitn . i; C. W. Clarh Ac Son, mySO ' ' 3t Chnrch Street; Live Lobsters I Oc lb. Connecticut Biver Shad O-'i Keceired Daily. Hudson Riyer Shad, At 8 and 10 Cents per Found. Prime Beef. Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Fresh Pork, Pork Tenderloins. . Capons, TurKejrs, Chickens, Bermuda Tomatoes, Onions, Spinach, Let tuce, Badishes, stung iseans, ureen Peas, eta, etoa. V. D. JUDS0N, S05 and 507 STATE STREET. C. El TT A "RT &g CO. THIS 13 THE KMPOBTOM FOB V , Spring Lamb r ' Spring Ohicliens. WE MAKX A Soccialty of All the Delicacies. . Wild Pigeons, English Snipe, ; Philadelphia Sanabi, Sweetbreads, Calves' Heads and Livers, ' Choice Turkeys, Native encumbers, Tomatoes, water jrens, cvesn ireas, String Beans, etc. 35Q and 352 State St.l IM1 BUTTER. fl -ry fine and Sweet. I OnlrSeper lb.,41bs. Sl.OO. Fine Strawberries to-day, x baskets 28c. I will have the best and freshest IawmI nriflM. Will aoon ind t raanaat names every aay at the Will soon have Natives. Ton will do well to give us a call before buying elsewhere. j&xtra rtneappiee iuc eacn. Choice Yellow Bananas 25c per dozen. " New Potatoes, Lettuce, Badishes. Bunch Onions, Pieplant, Cucumbers. Asparagus, New Tomatoes. . 8 lb. can Cornel Beef SOc a lbs. Raisins 25c ft ltw. PmnMSS& - Best Salt Codfish 6c per lb. A good Broom, 15c each. A nod Water Pail. 10c each. Ttv Orvatal line for laundry and bath: superior to the cheap ammonia; only 10c per bottle. Buy your goods of us and pay cash yon will save money. Atarxec connectea. - Uoods delivered promptly. . J. H. KEARNEY. ELM CITY CASH GROCERY, 14 sad f Oesgreis Av4 eor, BUU St. Jr Spring Chickens, soring Lamo,. Prime Beef. And all kinds of VEGETABLES to be sold by the undersigned cheaper and better than at any other piace in tne city. ... -. " - Mi. Bcnonnerffer, JelS 1, g and 8 Central Market, Congress avenue. 1 9th CENTURY AHEAD Crowds stop dally and niehtly to see the wonderful application of electrioity which runs the big coffee grinder at Dawson's re nowned Coffee and Tea store. It excites as tonishment a machine v so light, so small, with such Dower. It Is a great labor saver. We i? round 38.000 ponnds of Coffee last year. The electno motive power comes on ine same wire tnat iurnisnea our store wim uxiu. . ' Coffees, Teas, etc., to dealers and consumers at lowest market prices. Favorable terms aad -your traeeiavuea. DAWSON, T V "JL" JJ 844 - IF YOU WANT A "- . Gold Fen, Pencil or Toothpick, lias a CUod Assortment , at Itea- - sonable Prices. Th. Gold Pens are very line and easy writing. iTiewse note nuoro is, j. ii. c. tzzmi, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER il i : .... .'f.t'.'JV: JT- - 38 and 40 Chnrch street. 4.. j HATS, TRUNKS, TraTBlig Bags, Uirefe CANES, GLOVES, At Low Prices. FRIEND E. BROOKS, 70S OliapelStreet Store open eTenliigM. '" . - . " ap3 r'-- at COOPER & -NICHOLS', Native Berries, FEESH PICKED BAILY. , Tamarinds. Tamarinds. Cerealine, AND THB Diamond Crystallized Salt, - For table use. It will not cake up and harden. Try tu . 378 State Street. How is Your Last Chanso TO BUY pines Cheap: per dozen, 1.40. New Beets, 10c. ... ... New Potatoes, ner Deck. 50c. New Native Peas, per peck, 40c. Large Lettuce, per bunch. So- . - Native Berries. Rib Roast, 18c. Top Round Steak, 18c. - - - Loin steak, gac. . , . .. Porterhouse Steak, 25a Corned Beef, nice, 6c. Spring Lamb, hindquarter, 25c. lorequaner, sue. We have the finest assortment of Fresh Vegeta bles in the city. STEVENS' MARKET, ia Congress Avenue. 100 Broadway, cor. Howe Street, IB Thus iiHKPMT ahij assr rua-vi to SOT- GROCERIES AND MEATS OF ALL DESCKIITIOHB. Rntter Is Lower. Colchester Creamery, as fine Butter as there Is mjulA. onlv 30e a lb. " tVThe finest Connecticut Creamery Butter In tubs, 27c per lb, five lbs. for SI. mauve sirawDernea, In fresh every day, at the lowest market price. , 'l em iterance ssnn as. ItMiidents of tha wmtern oart of the citr will be pleased to know that for the next four months we will keeD on ice a full assortment of temperance drinks. . Please don't rorget tnat you can nuy in our mar ket any kind of meat. Beef, Lamb or Teal, for as little money as any place in the State. W. . KicKey, suw jsroaaway, Jel6 corner Howe street. Berries for Saturday. 1,300 Baskets Fresh Strawberries PRICE LOW. ThM Barries are 24 hours fresher than by boat and will keep tor Sunday. Butter, Bnlter, Bntter. GRAND REDUCTION. KKAU I KObihaof tha finest Western Creamery Butter. It to elegant, finer than ever, and only 35e per lb., M lbs. for SI. We truarantee the above Butter to be the finest Table Butter obtainable. Splendid Table Butter tor w ana zoo. nnn't fail tA trv our Batter. A Big, Big Bargain in Fine White Evaporated Apples, AT OSLT 10 CENTS LB. Fine large Pineapples at only ISc 8 for 25e. ' tar Don't forget our Strawberries at only Sea quart, 1 for 35o. , ' , Although the Coffee market has advanced we still sell the Finest Pure Java Coffee at Only SOc per lb. Give It a trial. Fine New Potatoes at SOo peck. Bipe Tomatoes at 10c quart. Many other grand bargains. D.M.WELCH & SON. SS and 3 Congress Avenue, Branch No. 8 Grand Ave. HUKLBURT BROTIIEKS; 1,974 Chapel Street, CORNZB HIQH, Hare the exclusive sale of the celebrated Windsor Creamery Bntter FOR THIS CITY. CT-Gire it a trial. I BUttGr. JtSUttCr. TTR orloes ob Butter have been rreatlv reduced. J We keep Boxbury Dairy and Durham Cream ery in tubs. Mountain spring, uiastonoury, nana- vuie ana irarnam in roue Fruit. Ffult. Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Strawberries, etc Ilousefceepers, Take Notice. If rou wish to have your silver, brass and tinware shine and keep bright, buy a can of Borsunl's Liq uid Polish at 25 cents, or a box of Koyal rousn at 10 cents. It rives a lustrous and durable polish. single trial will prove its superiority. T. 323. KTortlirop, 965 Grand Arenac. Telephone. P. S. Agent for N. Y. Health Food Co. goods. TURK'S ISLAND SALT AFLOAT I The Schooner Kit Carson Is now discharging at Long WharfJ a superior cargo of Coarso Salt. Low prices and Custom House measure from vessel. ' ' . r J. D- CEVVELL & CO, I1CPOBTEBS, 233 and 239 State Street. BftOAOTAY CASH ST0EE I The Best and Cheapest Bouse to Bnv frOTiiiom. Spring Unb and dreamery - Batter SPBINQ LJIB Hindquarter tf J J . sac ib. " 19c lb. Lofn, ' To stew.' 25c lb. ! 23c lb. 14c lb. 24c lb. PRI3IE BE EF Porterhouse steak, - Tenderloin steak, Top round, , Bottom round; ' Chuck roast or steak. :- 22c-24c lb. ltc-lSc lb. 14c lb I 13a lb. Plate beef, fresh or corned. 6c -6c lb. BUTTER Finest N. Y. Creamery, 85c lb. cmcxens, ioc m. Green Peas, 25c H peck. And many more Bargains. Call early. Paul Jente&Bro., JlJOTJUlTBjjoadwsj Pen-Pencil V tverytMng Stamp&Name25fr, V-K U-Iaier50c.Ilater$L,st low- in Rskbsr LINEN MARKERS,- V.Sf. c INKS. Pads. Seal Prnus, Etc. Torl St A. D. PERKINS, 13 CENTER ST. TVTO VepMAN CAN AFFORD W to refuse a fair trial to an arti cle which saves one-half the time and labor of washing and house-cleaning, and pro duces better results than any soap known. Such an article is JAMLES PYLE'S PEARLINE. The many millions of packages of Pearline consumed annually, testify to its. merits, likewise the many imitations ; beware of these they anni hilate the dirfe and the clothing with it. Oar Toilet Ware the best and cheapest in Wooden ware, Tinware, Granite Ware, Baskets. Holding Boards. Ironing Boards, housekeeping goods of aU kinds. I - - a i -s TT - T tnUl ine omy reiiaoie Kerosene ou, aumo xjiub. -i w- .w.. ROBINSON, 90 Church street, near Chapel. usvLvma.tz. i SECURITY INSURANCE CO I J' 9FSBW HAVEN. , OFFICE 37 CENTER STREET. CASH ASSETS Jan. 1, '88, 638,873.37. mascToas: Chas. 8. Leete, . Cornelius Plerpont, " Jas.D. DeweU, 0 A. C. Wilcox, r Daniel Trowbridge, Joel A. Sperry, Jas. M. Mason, 8. E. Herwin, J. A. Bishop, H. Mason. Wbj. R. Tyler. CHAS. S. LEETE, H.MASON, President. Secretary. J. D. DEWELL, H. O. FULLER, ' vice rTeaiqenr. araraw ouimftrT. LEVI C. GILBERT, COAL. COAL. 89 Church St. 26 East Water St In all colors. Tha Art Shades an Decorated am Transparent All Minetto Shade. Plain or Decorated, are unsurpassed m Beauty. Durabilitf and ruusn. meuntea on i out class Spring Holler ready to hang. For le fcy ffl clntyre, Wtasralre dc Co f.mnSDEtl G. PERRY, Successor to HENRY PLUMB, 836 Chapel Street, Invites inspection of the large and select stock of goods now on saie, moiuaiug soma exclusive styles in Brass TrlsaaBtac, Knabrelderles, Lscm, Laee Flouclace, Jet Oraasaemts, aassasesiterles. Handkerelitel.. Kaehlaige, Ulbbon., . - Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, " reeketbeoks, Fans, etc. Also a complete line of FANCY OOOD8 and a fun assortment of TOILET ARTICLES. Lubin's. Legrand's, . Arm ant's, and other choice extracts. Special attention is called to the choice selection of INFAHJS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITS, All theatock ia marked a POPULAR PJRICES. Columbia Yarns In all shades. MARSDEN C. PERRY. ROBBINS SCHOOL, i NORFOLK, CONN. A home school, .preparing dots and young men for Tale university and all the best Colleges and Scientifle schools. Instruction vigorous and thorough. Tha borne oeautiiuiiy iocatea in m remancaoiy neaitniul town three hours from New Haven. Terms 400. The highest references given. Address, for circu lar and particulars, hbv. j ajsjuj a. tuwlk, m.a0 3m Principal. CAFFEY'S CIWEITIMSLtlifCEOOLD OPEN ALL SUM M ER X 49 Church street, New Ilaven.'Ct. s;ub or was iwr .....i.a.n, my2 . - COAL BUSMS FHJ1KF00 THE ONLY RAW FOOD. . Keeps in any climate. Does not become putrid. Iarctained by the most Irritable stomach. Creates new blood faster than any other preparation. PALATABLE, NUTRITIOUS. Is the only nntneni mat win permanently eure - nervous prostration and debility. Upon ft, puny and feeble infants and children and their ex- li a us ted mothers thrive wonderfully. EASILY ASSIMILATED. Indiipensable for Cholera Infantum and all diseases of childrea. . Om fUH M.UUM MnafUi f lo ynaai at mtat. 'Ask your dnif gist for It, or we will send a 12 "A. F. BUSH & CO., Agent Proprietors BRIGHTON OIL STOVES AT COST. . Owing to the wan!-i room we shall close Out our Oil Stoves and fixtures AT COST. '- ' Stoves that formerly sold at $10, We will sell for 86.50. Stores that formerly sold at $6, We will sell Tor $3.50. And everything In the Stove line in propor tion. '' . AlSO, .. t-.f"-' ' The Triple ' Motion White BlonntaJn lee Cream , -i , freezer . . ' Water Ckjolera, trallon $1.50, 4 gallon $1.90, 5 gallon $2.50, 8 gallon $3. Do not lorffet our cneap uecorau isiuiuu Sets on second floor. - Af the city. . Cutlery, Clocks, Japanned Ware, Clothes Hanging Lamps, Htana Jamps. in iac, ; .; r . : flruula tall VAroH GLAIRVOYArlt. fTTHE true test of merit is the power to satisfy all JL callers. This is possessed in a truly remara- abie oegree Dy tne giitea ousmtsss wb wiu uonuug medium. Mrs. who visit her are loud in her praise. Her herbal pmnwliM tn nurifv and enrich th. le blood are worth and evenlne. Bit their weight in gold. Hours day tines SI. Examinations by lock ot hair $2. Mag- netic treatment. apa CLAIRVOYANT. DR. MARY J. WRIGHT. "CONSULTATIONS on business, lawsuits and marriage, $1. -Examinations of health free. : Tontine Hotel, Room 46. Honrs 9 to 12. to 5. T to 9. my5 Br. J. W. Cnmmlngs, TJILECTBO-Therapeutic physician. Electricity i j w nmmriv .nnliid has all the elements necessary to cure acute, nervous and chronic dis- i - ELECTRICITY Cures Rheumatism and Spinal Complaints. I ELECTRICITY Cures Bronchitis, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. i v i.KnTRiriTV Cures Bright's Disease and Kidney Diseases gener ally. Also ail uterine uibcwusvo, KI.K1TRIi!ITT i Cures Lung and Throat Complaints. Do not fail ! to visit Dr. Cu minings and make use of this potent mmMT. maras - . ' . E, HEWITT & CO. . SUCCESSORS TO L; Whittlesey's Drug Store, 741 Chapel street, near State' The store has been 'renovated, refitted .and stocked with a fall line of DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET AR TICLES AND PERFUMERY. gr Careful attention given to Physicians' prescriptions. - jei " A CLEAR MAJORITY OVER ALL Is the result of the canvass for favorable reports of the efficacy as a PAIN REMEDY aad PAIN DE8TBOYEB ef Baker's Great American Specific. Beat material, skillfully prepared, prompt in ac tion, sure In effect, satisfactory ia results. No home, no offloe, no store, no workshop, no vessel, no hospital, no dispensary, shsmd be witoout it. sv. MvtArnal talna bmuka. or burns, its aDnltca- iin. nmiitM. .invwt fnatant baalinsr. For intern al suffering, no more active curative agent can be found than Baker's Great American Speciflc. For Coughs, Colds or Croups, it bra cure. For Rheu matism and Neuralgia it is a sure relief. For a distinctive trade mark it has a representation of th. imMiMn Flair. Is sold in lartre bottles for 50 cents by all dealers in medicines. Prepared ,nIy rjy Maurice, suur s roriuuiu, jnc uwuun A Smith, 84 and 86 Tremont Street, Boston, Miss., Belling Agente. ely'5 catarrh CREAM BALM . Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and Inflamma-K r KAr FEVER ' tlon, Heals the Sores, Restores the Senses of; Taste and men. tw TRY THE CURE.HAY-EE.ViEK A particle is applied Into each nostril and is agreable. Price M cents at Druggists'; by mail registered, 0 cents. , ELY BROS., 58 Warren St., NewYork. nlBeodAwtf Mrs. IS. R. Jones, DENTIST, . 74a Chapel, eor. State Street. Over Brooks ft Co.'s Hat and Fur i Store. mi OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. to 8. dw This is the Top of the Genuine Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. All others, similar are imitation. .This exact Label is on each Pear? Top Chimney. I A dealer may say and think he has ethers as good, BUT HE HAS NOT. . Insist upon trie Exact Label and Top. FSI Sail SWimniEBs. Autnm.r sr GEO. A. MACBETH & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. We have letters of commendauon from the fiUowll nromment physicians and have authority to.use tlicra to confirm our integrity, and the merits of JUovininc. I. A. K. Steels, M. O., 1801 State St., Chicago, III., President of the Chicago Medical Society and Professor in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. GaaEHE H. Hammond, M. D., 68 West 45th St., Nkw Tokk ClTT, Professor of Diseases of Uie Mind and Nervous System, N. Y. Post Graduate School and Hospital. And ever 100 others get our pamphlet containing them. Pbovessoe A. L. L00MIS, . Of the Medical Department of the University of New York, says: " I prescribe Kaw Food B0VJX1HB, and prsfer il TO any similar preparsuuu. or. bottle, express paid, on receipt of on. dollar. of Hakka Cream), BOSTON, MASS. I ,. -MhBiiMfriljJlWMlil'tiii'i rrlMl - c .... H gfce Monimjsa wail Ganviev The Oldest tlly Paper Iuh- lished in nn ecttcnt THE CABBmGTONTJBLISHIHG CO. All lemrrm and Inqnirtwi im remravto abcriptiOBli or matters of busineea should oe irli ininril to THB JOURNAL AND CO COTTSIEK, : -. New Haven. Co We eaonet accept anonymons or return re: communications. In all nasas tha n.mii of writer will be required, not tor publication, but as a guarantee of good faith, Situations, Wants, Bents and other small adver tisements. One Ceat a Word, each insertion. 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Tuesday, June 19, 1888.: THB IRDIAH SJBKnCE. . The withdrawal of Mr. ; Atkins from the office of Indian commissioner is not looked upon with deep regret by those interested in the welfare of the Indians. He is going to Tennessee to work for an election . to the United States senate.' He has been engaged in that work while, in office at Washington, and has promoted his polities! interests by filling the offices in the Indian service with rural Democratic politicians from Tennessee. As a consequence of . his peri ormanoes the Indian service is in a bad condition. .Tried and faithful men have : been removed and their places filled with men neither tried nor faithful. , - The most prominent - candidate " so far for Mr. Atkins' place is Mr. TJpshaw, the assis tant commissioner. He is a most notorious spoilsman. In his present position he has made himself thoroughly obnoxious to all the friends of the Indians. He, quite as much as Mr. Atkins, is responsible for the removal of experienced and faithful Indian agents and the appointment, for partisan rea sons or personal favoritism, of incompetent persons as agents, clerks, . school teachers, farmers, etc., who hare brought' the Indian serrics to a much lower grade of honesty and efficiency than 'was maintained under Bepub lican administrations. The President: is thoroughly cognizant of TJpshaw's record and if ha appoints him to this important post he cannot nave the excuse of misinformation. Another man mentioned for the place is Mr. Obsrly, one of the civil service commission- He has had some experience in the Indian service, and has some ideas as to what ought to be done. He has lately been inter viewed with regard ta the, extension of the civil service rules to the Indian service, which the Indian Bights association have continually urged. Mr. Oberly says it ought to be done, and the President thinks so too, but he cannot See how to do it. There are diffionlties in deciding how- and where to hold examinations for such positions as teach ers, farmers, blacksmiths, instructors of the girls in cooking, sewing and so forth. Many of these positions are now filled by incom petent and unsuitable 'persons, but the pay is small and the qualifications are not readily ascertained by any system of examination, and he cannot think of any practicable plan for finding proper persons for these places. A good commissioner could think of some practicable plan for appointing honest and intelligent men to places in the Indian ser vice. And it is to be hoped that the Presi dent will give such a commissioner a chance to try. KDITOKIAL NOTES. Those who wanted to go to Chicago and It couldn't can now be glad they couldn't. is hot there. ' Four hundred wills have been contested in the Surrogate court of New York city in the past six years, and in only fifty cases were the contestants successful. The population of Canada is less than that of the State of New York; and yet while New York has a debt of only about $7,000,000, Canada has a debt of nearly $340,000,000. Jay Gould expresses himself sternly as to the impropriety of a corporation running in debt and issuing bonds whioh are not strict ly warranted. Ha has said nothing for a long time more solemnly f nnny thad this. It was not much mors than a year ago that Colonel J Wat terson published this estimate by one of Mr. Cleveland's intimsts friends: "Of all the arid natures I ever met, Cleve land's Is the most arid; he sympathizes with nobody; makes common cause with nobody; rhe eares for nobody And tha colonel add ed that this was not tha remark of a disap pointed offioa seeker, but of "true historian and philosopher. A novel movement has been started by Eev. Dr. Bainsford, of New York. In ac cordance with his suggestion, a number of his wealthy parishioners have opened the basements of their houses for the oceupanoy of poor families properly vouched for. These houses are regularly closed during the sum mer, bnt under this arrangement comforta ble houses are provided for people who would otherwise be compelled to spend the hot months in stifling tenements. About eight years ago an association of philanthropio ladies was incorporated in Brooklyn for the purpose of improving "the condition of homeless women, - especially those -who ; have been discharged, from prison." The method adopted was to pro- ride for them a temporary home where they could be kept for a time in employment under good influences and. to secure for them, if possible, positions where they could earn an .honorable living. Though started in a small way and carried on alto gether by private contributions, the experi ment has been eminently successful. ' The association now owns its building, known as the "Wayside Home," and last year it ad mitted 239 women, for 140 of whom it found places in servioe. . These Inmates, averaging thirty-five at a time, during their stay- in the "Home" earned $4,223.80 in laundry work, which went to pay for their support. The disbursements were $6,391.37, the difference being made up by charity, Mrs. Bensal, who as Miss ' Bebecca Wright gave General Sheridan the secret information on which he captured Winchester, Vs., tells an interesting story of the affair.. She now holds a clerkship in ths Treasury depart ment at Washington,, to which she was ap pointed at the instance of General Grant. Miss Wright was twenty-five years old at the tims of the occurrence and her family one of the few who had remained loyal to tha Union. " Miss Wricrht accidentally be came acquainted with a wounded Confeder ate prisoner, who was boarding at Winches ter, ths town where she resided, ' They oon versed together on ths war, and in the course of their, conversation the Confederate let drop a great deal of information aboutthe strength of General Early's forces, their disposition, and the plana of the campaign. Miss Wright retained the particulars in her mind, although having no expectation of using them. Gen eral Sheridan aoon afterward secretly sent her a message asking if she could give him any information about General Early's forces. She wrote him all she knew and it reached General Sheridan in safety. Two days later battle was foneht and Winchester Was General Sheridan called on her and expreesecVAM tnanxs ror ner aia, as was as her informaWn that the battle was fought and probably wVs- One day in 1867 there arrived for Miss' waght' a - package contain ing a gold watch inscraSd: "Presented to Bebecca L. Wright, September 19, 1867, by General Phil H. Sheridan. Asmernento of September 19. 1864. AcromnanWug it was characteristic letter of thanks Sheridan, i v BEOEHT PUBLICATIONS. ' "Society in Borne Under the Cfesars" is a volume of great interest, as it treats of a memorable era, a time when the Bomans had reached their greatest power and civili zation. It deals with the period in which Christianity began its slow . conquest of the Roman empire, but is limited in its aoope to a critical surrey of Soman, life of that time as exhibited in social observances, in reli gion, morality," in philosophy and politics. The author pictures to us the ancient Soman as he appeared to his. contenyporaries, the dress he wore, the structure and furniture of the house in which he lived, the library in which he studied, the banquets in which he shared, the occupations of the slaves and the ceremonies attending marriages and funerals. He gives a comprehensive survey of religion and morality in connection with their effect upon Soman life and manners,, -nd then proceeds to an examination of the social ia fluencesof imperialism in the first century. Literature and art eaoh receive a liberal share of -attention,, as-do also the several kinds of public amusements. In -short it is an admirable work, both instructive .and sts tertaining. Society -in Borne . Under the Csesars, by William Salph Inge. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New' York, and for sale in this city by Judd the .bookseller. We have received from the J. B. Lippin cott company the first volume of a new and revised edition of "Chambers' Encyclopedia. ' This work . has been recognized for twenty years as the standard household encyclopedia both in England and the United States. "Soon after the original issue the work of re vision commenced and has been carried for ward with increasing labor ever since. Arti cles were rewritten to correspond with the latest developments in all branches of knowl edge, and many topics not treated at all in the first edition were given out for careful and comprehensive discussion by the best writers. The result of this painstaking la bor can be seen in the initial volume of the new edition, anu will be more fully observed as the other volumes appear. The work has always been eminently popular by reason at once ot its comparative cheapness and the accuracy and scope of its information. Many additions contributed by well known specialists, bringing it up to date, will be found in this new edition, American "matters being especially oared for; and the number of maps, always an important feature in any work of reference, has been increased and amplified, while the illustrations, whioh have also beenlargely added ta, are improved in artistic character. For the family, as well as for educational and public institutions, such a work ia indispensable." "The Modern Distributive Process" is the title of a neat little volume of essays by John B. Clark and Franklin H. Giddings. These essays consist of "Studies of Compe tition aad its Limits, of the Nature of Prof its and of the Determination of Wages in the Industrial Society of To-day." The new problems ot distribution, resulting from competition in its modern form and the or ganization of pools, trusts, labor unions, Ac, are treated of in a candid and scientific man net. Aa a fair and able treatment of the meat vital questions of tne day tnese essays are of great valns and interest, and merit careful study. Published by Ginn & Co., Boston, and for sale m tnis city Dyjuaatne bookseller. "Tilting at Windmills" is the Quixotio title of an interestingnovel from the pen of Emma M. Connolly. -It is a story of ths Bins Grass country, in whioh tha real phases of the reconstruction period, and ths inter minable antagonisms of "race and section, are touched as daftly and as understanding as in Judge Tourgee's famous book, A Fool's Errand." The hero ia a self -sufficient Bos ton man, who comes into a strsnge heritage in Kentucky at the close of tha oivil war, and seeks to chsnge by instant manipulation all the deep-rooted tradition of Blue Grass society. But his tilts at windmills meet with tne customary vuixouo results, tor na is un horsed at every encounter. To make matters more interesting "love takes up the harp of life," and the character of the heroine is as strong aa it is pure and winning. The book appears in a handsome dress and will with out doubt be welcomed by all lovers of good novels. Published by D. Lothrop & Co., Boston, and for sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. Books of etiquette are so numerous that any new work upon that subject appears use less. And yet there has long been a de mand for a book in which one can find an answer to -mooted questions of social eti quette withont being compelled to wada through a quantity of superfluous matter. A new book entitled "Manners" has just been published by Cassell & Co., which meets this want in an admirable manner. The writer ia a lady whose name is con cealed, but who is evidently well versed in social onstoms and has succeeded in laying down tha laws of society in terse but per fectly clear manner, so tnat na who reads mar learn. The book is neatly bound and ia for sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. 'The Veiled Beyond" is a new novel by Sigmund.B. Alexander, whioh will be read, if read at all, solely for its strangeness, for it possesses no literary merit whatever. ' Tha ohief character is a disciple of the Brother hood of Adepts, who has obtained such a knowledge in tha occult sciences as to be able to separate his spirit from his body and roam at will over tha world. While on one of his Bpirit wanderings he enters the body of a young man whom ha finds dying, and the complications of the story arise from this union. Published by Cassell & Co. New York, and for sals in this oity by Judd the bookseller. A new novel by Mrs. Parr is always wel come. ' Loyalty George" is ner latest effort, It is a thrilling 'story of woman's love, en during through trial and sorrow even to the grave. - The interest of the reader ia kept up throughout and the sad ending brings tears to tne eyes, jrnousnea ny uenry noit ox Co., New York, and for sale in this city by H. il. i'eck. - ' - - CATCHES. These are the days that the early bird and the fisherman cateh the worn. Rochester Post-Eiprsss.. The exact quantity of the lion's share is not stated; hut it is all. tha lion, can get. New Orleans fioayune.- , v Nellie (aeed four 'passina cemetery) Mamma, how long is one buried before the graTestene oomes up Town lopios. , : A silent partner is one who snsolies ; the money for a firm and -keeps his month shnt when it is being squandered, Hew Orleans Fioaynne. -i- . -: A limburger cheese trust has bean organ ized in the West. The manufacturers are not satisfied with their per scent of profit. UOStOn fOSt. .i.:..i.v,- .Sij;..,'....:, It is somewhat remarkable that even the most delicate girl ia not afraid ef talcing cold; at least not when it comes in the form of ice cream. Merchant Traveller. There are girls who never hear a big ohnrch bell in the next block, and yet they are able to detect the tinkling of the tiny bell on an ice cream oart four squares away. New Or leans Picayune. . , j Oar Democratie friends may adopt a pock et handkerchief as a campaign emblem, bnt they will continue to use the back of the hand when coming out of a beer saloon. Norriatown Herald. . .. . .jL.. "No," said Mr. Isaacs tein: "dem pants don't fit yon. Dey vos brstty dight in der seams. Bnt I dell yon vot, my frent, at free dollar 'n' a half dem penta vas vort drainin' down to." Paek. .. . ' Walter (to gentleman who has just tipped him) Excuse me, sir, but do yon know that is a 30-cent piece! " (Gentleman (putting it back in his pocket) Why, no; 1 took it for a quarter. But it'a aU right, I know where I got it. Epoch. - She had been running on like a house afire for forty minutes, and when she stopped at last to take breath, she patted ' the dog with a patronizing air and said, "Isn't he lovely! What a pity he can't talk!" Fogg is willing to swear that when the dog heard this he ac tually snickered. Boston Transcript. The ideally thankful man who had gout in both feet, and thanked God he wasn't a cen tipede, hasbeen eclipsed by tha ideally die contented womai who sued an editor for libel because he had printed the statement,' in all good'f aith, that her deceased husband had "gone to a happier home." Town Topics. Down in Charlston, S. C, a fund has been raised to give such deserving boys who ara unable to pay for them tickets to ths beat seats at the base ball grounds. We'd like to ses the boy that wouldn't be deserving at that rate. Aa a reformatory for the small boy that scheme is a dandy. Philadelphia Call. Several millers, on return of the excursion trip, stepped into a saloon near the foot of Main street yesterday evening. One of em remarked that ths proprietor was friefluly to the visitors. "Of course," he re plied; LTm a miller myself." "That's so," said anotfieer delegate, "he's a gin-miller." Buffalo (Jour: i Dying BenedicS-"! bequeath every dollar to my wife. Hare yfeou got that down!" Lawyer "Yes, Dying Benedict "On cbandition that she marries within a year." - Lawyer "But why insist npoiHthat!" Dying benedict "Because I wk.it some body to be sorry that I died." HSr'per's Bazar. ; The OM Kaiser aa a Wit. From the PaU Hall Gazette.? ' i Specimens of the gifts of the late German emperor as a humorist appear thick and fast in the German journals. One weekly .paper has .jf six . columns of . authentic anecdotes. The heir of. one of the little -principalities of central Germany served as a premier lieuten ant in the Guards, and was known among his comrades as "the Prince of Arsadia." His father: died and the lieutenant ascended tne little tnrone ot nis "Arcadian" ances tors. The emperor was staying at Ems dur ing the period of this change in the suoees sion of "Arcadia," and- the new sovereign thought it to be his duty to acquaint the kaiser with the important change in his posi tion. He met the kaiser on the promenade, stood still, saluted him reverentially, holding his hat in his hand, and communicated the news pf his advancement. Ths emperor re ceived it with his jovial smile and said, "I am very glad to hear it; but now that we are colleagues I must beg you to put your crown let (krouchen) npon your head." When the emperor visited Tienna during the Universal exhibition of 1873 he attended the perfor mance of a ballet at the Court Opera House, with which he was highly delighted, espec ially at the humorous antics of MM. Price and Frappart. At the close of the perfor mance he requested thai these two gentle men should be introduced to him. They had no sooner heard of the emperor's wish, however, than they hurried away from the theater as fast as they could. The manager explained that they felt bound to absent themselves, feeling that they would be par sonra ingrat to the German emperor if he learned their nationality, since one, Price, was a Dane, while the other, Frappart, was a Frenchman. The emperor laughed hearti ly and the two artists were fetched back. "What, gentlemen," said he, "do you not know that art is international! And I . wish to tell you personally that I think yon to be two very worthy representatives of art." One summer day when the old emperor was inspecting the gardens in Fabelsberg he was accompanied by a young gardener whose business it was to inform him all about the flowers. He noticed that the gardener showed an increasing anxiety and preoccu pation, as if his mind was far away from the business ot tne moment, "leu me now straightforwardly, my good fellow," said the kindly kaiser, "what is troubling youl" The gardener then said that he was an "Ein iahrig" volunteer, aad that at such an hour naming the time he was due in the bar racks at Potsdam. "Then put on your uni form," said the emperor, "and hurry off as fast as your legs-will carry you." When the gardener-soldier reappeared he found the emperor sitting in his carriage, who told him to jump in, and then ordered the coachman to drive his fastest. When the carriage ar rived in the barrack yard, however, the ap- gunted hour had already struok. "Herr auptmann," said the emperor to ths officer in command, "I have brought you this lag gard; but when yon are settling his punish- ent ao not forget tnat au tne blame is dne to me." When the Czar Alexander IL of Bussia visited the German kaiser at Ems they sat down early one morning upon one of the benches on the Brunnen promenade and chatted quietly. As soon as it was known, however, that the two mighty emperors were to bo seen so easy ana agreeable tne prome nade became crowded. The Czar waa trou bled by the respectful but irrepressible curi osities of the visitors and proposed that they should go away. Ths kaiser, to whom the loyal swarming of his German folk was nev er disagreeable, had just stood up to comply with the Czar a wish when he caught sight of Prince Bismarck at the end of the prome nade. "Ah," said he, "now we shall have quiet!" "Why!" asked the Czar. "Look there," said the kaiser, pointing to Bismarck, yonder comes the man whom they will think a greater sight than either of us. When the public catches sight of Bismarck they will run after him and leave us alone." iVIATHUSHEK PIANOS. "Tried and Triumphant." 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