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3p.:per Copy. 1 TUB CAKREVGTON PUBUIHIKG CO. THE I,ARiIiST DAU.Y NEWSPAPER Of THE CITY, OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. LVI. NEW HAVEN, CONK., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1888. NO. 158 . V.. IB'--'-.-:'--- . yfr& Goads. Hoxze & Stetson JULY DIOQIIOS. THIS IS IHE- IOMH FOB- STARTUNG BARGAINS. Wo Offer for the First -Week One case Cream Dress Goods, halt wool, at 734c per yard These goods are similar to the Danish Cloths and have never been sold for less than i2lc jusi ine iaDnc ior not weather, at less than the price of ordinary cotton gooas. . Please examine : them.;' -..-,-'- .. u Lot Ladies' pure. Silk Gloves at 25c per pair. No , customer would ever expect to buy a pair of this quality under 30c, , but tnis is one 01 our jiuiy bargains. 15 cartons Fancy ! Ribbons. splendid quality pure silk, all new goods made this season, at . 11, 12H, 15 and 18c per yard. We bought them cheap from parties who must sell and our customers get the benefit of the purchase. Regular prices are 20, 25 and 32c. In our Annex we are selling Muslin Underwear at unheard 1. oi prices, vve naven t space "-enough here to tell you about thd prices, but it will pay all : ladies to examine the great bar gains in this department. . Tuesday, July 3, weshailopen two cases more (and the last we can get) Of the French Bastiste, so wonarousiy cheap at 1 5c per yard; regular 25c goods. Colors, gobelin blues with white figures, also navy and white figures. 50 dozen Misses' Colored Lisle Thread Hose, at 15c per pair for, all sizes; a bargain for hot weather. White India Linens and Vic toria Lawns, in full assortment, at 10, 124, 15, 18, 20 and 25c per yard, in superior goods and at low prices. We close Fridays, during July and August, at 1 p. m. We shall nave our usual Friday Bargain . Sales erery Friday from 8 to 1. JIOKEL&JSTETSON Insurance Building, 886-888 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. DARSDEtl G. PEEIHY, Successor to HENRY PLUMB, 836 Chapel Street, Invites inspection of the large and select stock of goods now on sale, including some exclusive styles in Drew TrlmmlDzi, Embroideries, .aces. Ie Flonneln, Jet Ornament., PaMememterles, BteaaUtereblen, Hnenln:., stlbhon., Hosiery, Vaaerwear, Gloves, reeketbeeks, raas,te. Also a complete line of FANCY GOODS and a full assortment ot TOILET ARTICLES. Lubin's. Legrand's, Armani's, and other choice extracts. Special attention is called to the choice selection ot INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S All the stock is marked at POPULAR PRICES. Columbia Tarns In all shades. ' MABSDEH C. PERBY. NEW HAVEN WIHDOW SHADE COHPAHY 70 OnflilGE STREET, LABGE LOT CHINA MATTINGS, At Low Prices. - Carpets, Bio, Door Hats, Oilcloths and linoleum. Window Shades and Curtains. Mosquito Canopies. 70 Onrehxifiso street. Potatoes, Dorses and Carriages. VTOV on track and for sale cheap fire ears Hew 1 YOTK Hiaia rouuoes. . 'Shall receim next week a carload Vermont and Canada Horws. ' - Also tea rew Top Buggies; must be raid eheip to elose an estate. . T. F. FITOTATRICK. mySS - Ho. 7 Union street. THE FORSYTH CO. Dyeing and Laundrying In All Their Branches. 8hirtar Collars and Cnffs and Ladies' Fan cy wear oar specialties In laundrying. Cleaning of Lace and other Curtains, Win dow csnaaes, etc.: Ladies' white or light sum mer garments cleaned by the Dry Process. Cleaning or Dveintr of anvthins- in the line 01 wearing Apparel or House Furnishings. Caroeta beaten AnA afAarriArl nr annnrArl Moths and carpet bags exterminated and weir eees removed, uoiora - brightened. Old carpets made new. We can call for and deliver your carpets on short notice. Offices: srs and 643 Cnapel St. Worki State, Lawrence anal SItchan- lo Streets. Telephoned - LESSON: FOR FINE LAUNDRY WORK Call at above address. SHAD. SHAD. Striped Bass, Lobsters, Haddock, Cod, Open Clams, Little Necks, Oysters, Salmon, etc,, AT '. A. FOOTE & OO.'S, 8B8 MWay Dfltt Money 80ms people think they must strike a gold mine, make and reoeire ta receive a targe amount or, Tt amount of monev In order to become rich. But it is not so. The sure it 10 to save a little each day ot what you do get U ID U1C DDU TUU Will 9 WHi I)!I . iwni M ntlOA oj wTifl. on your Baiter, Coal, Tea and Coffee bills. We can sell you fine Table roods that will make even stale bread taste good for 20c a pound ana presents tarown in. Beet Lehigh Ooal t3" 95.25 per ton, guaranteed weight. Pure Coffee 85 cents, fine Teas SO to 40 cent lb., i sad Spice, at half oast. Deat throw money away aigir-pnceu gvoas. xraae wiui C. W. Clark & Son. my30 31 Church Street. Batter, Batter, Batter. Grand Reduction! Head! 60 tabs of the finest Western Creamery Butter. iM Bvgu, iumv wan btw, turn otuy 35c per lb., A lbs. for fil. We guarantee the above Butter to be the finest Table nutter obtainable. splendid TaWe Butter for SO and 230. Don't fail to try our Butter. A Big, Big Bargain In Cine White Evaporated Apples, AT ONLY 10 CENTS LB. Fine large Pineapples at only 12Xc. Although the Coffee market has advanced we stui sell the inesx rare Java uoitee at Only 30c per lb. Glrelta trial. Fine Lemon tSc a dozen. Fine New Potatoes at 50c peck. Blpe Tomatoes at 10c quart. Haay other grand bargains. D. M. WELCH & SON. &8 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branch No. 8 Grand Ave. olmnrjia .River Salmon. Now ready for delivery, TWO CARS NEW PACK. Coleman, "Flag" and "Otter" Brands. FIRST ARRIVALS OF THE SEASON. STGDDAF.D, KIM3ERLY & CO. Zl is and alb water street, New Haven, Conn. 19th CENTURY AHEAD Crowds stop dally a and nightly to see the wonderfnl application .n ox electricity wmcn runs the bis coffee grinder at Dawson's i aowned Coffee and Tea store. It excites as tonishment a machine so light, so small, with each power. It is a great labor saver. We irronnd 88.000 pounds of Coffee last year. The electric motive power comes on the same wire that furnishes our store wltn light. Coffees. Teas. etc.. to dealers and consumers at lowest market prices. Favorable terms and your iraoe urmea. ' DAWSON, O 44 ST BfiOADWAY CA8H STORE t The Best and Cheapest House to Buy frovisions. .... Sprlas: Lamb Very law. SPRING LAMB Hindquarter 22c, forequarter 18c, leg 24c, loin 3&s. chops Si&Stia, to stew on. j ly lOc-lScalb. BUTTEB CHastonbury. Creamery, 4s 1 lb, pack ages, 30c a lb.; finest N.Y. State Creamery S5clb. -Chickeas,lclb. . Green Peas, 80c peck. BAMS WWc. Shoulders 10c, Bacon 15c lb. PBIHK BEEF Porterhouse steak. 25c, tenderloin steak 32c-94c, round steak Uc-18c, rack steak and roast 14c; plate beef, fresh or earned, Sc-6c lb., prime roast beef 14c-18c And many more Bargains. Paul Jente&Bro., jeSS 101-107 Broadway. Spring Chickens, Spring Lamb, Prime Beef, and all kinds of VEGETABLES to be sold by the undersigned cheaper and better than at any other place in the city. . E. Schonberger. Jel 1. 1 and S Central Market. Congress avenue. HUltliBURT BR0THE1&, 1,074 Chapel Street, CORNER HIGH. H ive the exolusi ve sale of the celebrated Winisor. Creamery. Butter FOR. TI1IS CITY. ' t-Give it a trial. " ' EOF TO ACT I alSr.Tr- isot Tlnir acrd Mmbood RottorW. Pr- iKeitD ma rawuona. awrraef U 1 1 11 0 11 Treatise not fro upon application. - avsasj a sr bjim MMSTM C8 f rarkflM. Sw lart. it- "' ' ' ....II. .. ..r. 1 ViVH'ii XistzllVLVLzayxs. HATS, TRUNKS, Trayellc Bags, IMrete canes, gloves, ..i f- . At Low Prices. FRIEND E. BROOKS, 70S Oliapel Street 'gvovtisttms, tc. . AT COOPER & NICHOLS'. Native Berries, FEESH PICKED DAILT. Tamarinds. Tamarinds. Cereal ine, AtiD THE Diamond Crystallized Salt. For table use. It will not cake up and harden. xryii. 378 State Street. How is Your Las! Chance TO BUY Pines Cheap: per dozen, $1.40. New Beets, 10c New Potatoes, per peck, 50c. New Native Peas, per peck, 40c . s Large Lettuce, per bunch, ?c. Native Berries. Rib Roast, 18c. Top Round Steak, 18c Loin Steak, 22o. Porterhouse Steak, 25c Corned Beef, nice, 6c Spring Lamb, hindquarter, 25c " " foreauarter. 20c. We have the finest assortment of Fresh Verata. Dies in we city. . - STEVENS' MARKET, 19 Congress Avenue. WARREN BRAND Salmon. -a.OISL OP 1888. 400 Cases Just Received. THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT MARKET VALUE. J. D DEV7ELL & CO., 233 and 239 State Street. 100 Broadway, cor. Howe Street, TO BUY GROCERIES AND MEATS . OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Butter Still Lower, The Beat Creamery Butter, in -prints, only 29e each. The finest Connecticut Creamery Butter, In tubs, only 5c per lb. mauve sirawnerrica. In fresh every day, at the lowest market price. Temperance urinKs. Resident of the western nart of the city will be pleased to know that for the next four months we will keep on ice a full assortment of temperance drinks. Please don't forget that you can- buy In our mar ket any kind of meat, Beef, Lamb or Veal, for as little money as any place tn the State. w. b. KicKcr. low uroaawar. Je2 corner Howe street. FRESH SALMON, Bluefiah, Halibut, Freeh Mackerel, Sword- fish, Sea Bass, Blackfish, Lobsters, Oysters, Bound and LoDg Clams. Prime Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Fresh Fork. Spring Chickens, Fowls, dressed to order. New Potatoes, String Beans, Tomatoes, Native Cucumbers, Beets, etc - W. D. JUDS0N, 505 and 507 STATE STREET. READ! BARGAINS ! Cloelnz oat extra nice Old Potatoes. Early Boss. at zoo per Dusnei. meet native rea. wc per peca. Bunch Beete 8c. Large heads Lettuce 2c each. ChrJce Creamery Butter i5c lb. 4U 11 a, f 1. S jw full Cream Vermont Cheese 16c lb. Nt.wPotatoes 50c peck. Sugar Loaf Pineapples f 1.50 per dozen. ' Nutive Strawberries fresh dally. Clioice Bananas 25c per doxeo. Dried Fruits. jll 8n85c: F"poraMd I UVU VJl IFSU DCOl. W. Lobster and Salmon 16o per can. a ouxes oanunes zoc. J. H. KEARNEY, ELM CITY CASH GROCERY, T4 ana T6 Congress An,, eor. Hill St. Butter. Butter. YXTR prices on Butter have been greatly reduced. V r we Keep Moxoury JLairy and Liurna nrham Cream- ery in tubs. Mountain Spi Title and Durham in rolls Ql&atonburj-, Plain- Fruit. Fruit. Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Strawberries, ete. Housekeepers, Take Notice. If TOU wish to have voursilvsr. brass and-tinware Shine and keep bright, buy a can of Borsuni's Liq uid Polish at 25 cents, or a box of Boyal Polish at lu cents, it gives a lustrous ana auraoie polish, single trial will prove its superiority. r. S3. 30"ortl3Li-srx3, 965 Grand Avenue. - Telephone. P. S. Agent for K. Y. Health Food Co. poods. "51 L-r-S Am HORSE BLANKET Habtwxix, Eichabm & Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, ProTidence, R. L, testified In U. B. Court, Boston, March 2d, 1886, to prevent an Infringement of the Horse Trade Mark; "These blankets have a very favorable "reputation, and are much sought after. We have sold them for over ten years." Manf d by Wk. AYRta A Bore, Phllada. E. P. ARVINE, ATTOB5TEYAT LAW, Booms 0 and 11, 6 Church, si. alta I t rV a. Iliti, Mapire k Co, WE NOMINATE A THIS LOWEST PRICES, i -Below: are the Eeal Sentiments and, Wishes of the People. Flouncing Department Another Shipment of Flounces Received. Of coarse every lady knows the impor tance of this announcement. We are retail ing these goods at about half the price asked elsewhere. " 25o a yard, 24 and 27 inch Swiss and Cam bric Flonnces; actual ralne 50o. 29c a yard, 40 inch Swiss Flonnces-. actual value 50o. 49o a yard, 45 inch Swiss Flonnces: actual Value $1.' 59 and 69c a yard. 45 inoh Swiss Flounoes: actual value $1.25 to $1.50. 79o. 89c. $1 and $1.25 a yard. 45 inch Swiss Flounoes; actual value $1.25 to $3.5. These lots are without question the most as tounding values ever offered. Bandanna Handkerohlefs: buy now before the prices advance. 69o each, 50 dozen 4 button Embroidered Back Kid Gloves; actual value $1. 12!o a pair, 100 dozen Ladies' full regu lar made Fancy Hose; actual value 25c. 29o a pair, 75 dozen Ladies' genuine Onyx Black Hose, warranted fast color in every way. Should they prove otherwise, money .will be cheerfully refunded. 25o each, special purchase 2 cases Ladies' Balbriggan Tests, French nooks: these are sold as a big drive at 49o. 50o each. 75 22 inoh Coaching Shades, in all colors; these are sold at $1 to $1.25, but as an inducement to keep cool we offer them at 50c. - NOTICE. As in former years, onr store will close at 1 o'clock Friday after noons during the months of July benefit of our employes, and trust Inconvenienced. McINT YRE, MAGTJIRB &CO. 837 Oliapel Street, UPSET PRICES. Upset Prices. GREAT SACr.Ir ICE SALE of : WORTH OF Fine Beady-Made Clothing. All Former Prices Cut in Twain. $14 Suite $7.50. $18 Suite $10. $20 Suite $12. $25 Suite $15. $8 Trousers $4-50. $6 Trousers $3.50. 100 Boys' All Wool Suits, 4 to 14 y'rs, $3. 200 " " " " " $3.50. 350 " " " " " " $8.50 to $5. 250 pairs Boys' Knee Pants (Ironclad), 4 to 14 years, 25 cents. 150 pairs Boys' Knee Pants (Wear-Resisting), 4 to 14 years, 50 cents. 250 pairs Boys' Knee Pants (Rough and Tumble), 4 to 14 years, 75 cents. 250 dozen Straw Hats or Men, Youth and Boys, lOo to $1.50. Full L.lne Underwear. Keels- wear, Hosiery, Cloves, etc., at wrea'iy Keancea rriees. - This electrifying announcement calculated to startle every domestio hearth in this eity and carry tidings of welcome to every citizen of New Haven and vicinity. The main points of Interest in this great , sale are : First The goods are all new and desir able. Second The prices have been eat down almost incredibly. Third Yon can rely upon our statements that they are bargains incomparable. ' We stand head and shoulders above ail competitors in the Clothing trade of this city, and our prices are one-half lower than the lowest. For evidence of this fact compare quality and price with other dealers. Our stamp on every garment is the Price. It's not copyable. BOSTON CLOTEIIROCO. Giant GlotUers ot AiBrica, 853 Chapel Street, G. W. TOWLE, Manager. SICK HEADACHE AND CONSTIPATION JKISSUTUAU.T Cusxn st . Tarrant'. Minwr apvint. llytmmt0T and Druggists everywhere, $ioo to $300 -v?,; preferred who can furnish t RolTH can be made working for us. - Ajrents preferred who can furnish their own horses and give their whole tame to the fausinera. Spare mo ments buly be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B. W. JOHNSON & CO., 1,009 Main St., Richmond, Vs. jeao eod&wlm DUTCHER'S FLY KILLER ! CERTAIN DEATH. VfO hunting with powder and gum as for squir JX i-els, only to stupefy them. No lingering death on the sticking plaster. Flies seek It, drink and are KILLED OUTRIGHT . humanely, so quickly they cannot get away. Ute it freely. Prevent reproduction, secure serene peace and quiet. Always ask for DtTTCHER's. H- For sale Everywhere. - je35 eodSwlm - - BT WS.IX, KNOWN PUBLISHERS. - - THOROUGHLY reliable man as KuiAosa. rt Will have control of a . large stock of goods andhandle considerable money. Must be compe tent to superintend the Vork of otharo, give rood references and make a esh deposit ot from $5u0 to f 1,009. Salary $1,330 to $4,000, dependent on busi ness experience, etc. Call or address je85 codiwlm No. g COOPER PSION, Kew York. mm oameiJiFttxlrt, ' Hi torn ttewspr-Mpv A 4afK f - -a. I WINNING TICKET WEEK GREATEST BARGAINS. $1.25 each. 385 Fancy Coaohing Shades, with fine cut handles, sold early this season at $2.75; but in order to boom the Sunshade business we nominate $1.25 as a great in ducement. ' 75o and $1 a yard, black and colored Moire Sash Bibbons, superb quality and worth 1 to $1.25. New styles in Fancy Striped Moire and Oros Grain at $1.19 per yard; actual value $1.50. . Satin and crown-edge Moire Bibbons, for dress trimming, at very low prices. - Examine our stock of Bibbons; you will find just what you want at prices' lower than elsewhere.- t - 30 and 37Jc, we offer our famous Fasi Black Sateens; famous because they are the only Sateen ever made that is perfectly fast in color under all conditions. Buy one dress and you will positively buy another. If the color changes in any way drop in and see us; money will be refunded. $1.29 each, balance of our Zephyr Robes, with embroidered panel; actual value $2.50. Balance of onr Embroidered Robes at re duced prices. . New styles in French Sateens and Scotch Ginghams. . Examine our American Sateens at 10, 1214 and 15c; the styles and patterns are simply superb. . Ladies' and Misses' White Lawn and Ging ham Suits; sensational reduction in prices. Enumerations would do poor justice to the values now on sale. A look at the Suits will delight buyers; the prices were never so low. and August. We do this for the our many patrons will not be Bew Haven, Conn. Dr. J. W. Cummlngs ELKTTRO-Tkerapeotio physician. Electricity when properly applied has all the elements hum mini j to cure acuie, nervous ana enromo ais- ELECTRICITT Cures Rheumatism aad Spinal Complaints. ELECTKICITV Cures Bronchitis, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. ELECTRICIT? Cures Bright's Disease and Kidney Diseases gener ally. Also all Uterine Diseases. ELECTH1C1TT Cares Lung and Throat Complaints. Do not fall to visit Dr. Cumniinga and make use of this potent remedy. If e. 4 Church Street. mar CLAIRVOYANT. OR. MARY J. WRIGHT. "CONSULTATIONS on bosineas, lawsuits and V marriaee, $1. TCvaminatlons of health free. Tontine Hotel, Room Hoursttol,tto5.7to9. myS As soon feed year child with mercury as give It opiates to stop a cough. Many medicines contain ing large quantities of opium do stop the cough, but they may atop the breath. Baker'b Great American Specific is entirely free from any deleterious substance and is composed of harmless but powerful drugs, which act directly, promptly and thoroughly to Cure Coughs, Colds, Cramps and Dysentery. Tor these take Internally. Used externally, it relieves RHEUMATKM and NEURALGIA: heals BURNS, BRUISES, SCALPS and SPRAINS. No more effectual PAIN REMEDY known. Sold by all dealers la Medicines, la large bottles, for 50 cents. Baker's Great American Speclfle has a new trade mark wrapper a copy of an old flag so you need not be deceived. Prepared only by Maurice, Baker Oo., Portland, Me. Doolittle A Smith, 94 and S6 Tremont street, Boston, Mass., Selling Agents. . A FRESH LINE OF DELICIOUS PERFUMES IN LARGE ASSORTMENT. Wright's Perfumes, Lundborg's Perfumes, . IN BULK, AT E. EIE171TT G G0.'S, - . SUCCESSORS TO Whittlesey's Drug Store. -TJ1TO TTrTT A treated without the use of JtJ AO X l XJ jf.the knife or detention from business, also all other diseases of the Rectum, dure guaranteed. WM. READ (M. D. Harvard,1842) and ROBERT M. READ (M.D., Harvard, 1876), Kfssi HesH, No. 17S Tremont street, Soatea. References rlvmi. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet. Office hours, 11 A. M. to 4 P. M,t(unday and hoUdays excepted) J J gjg Mrs. B. R. Jones, DENTIST, 748 Cnapel, cor. State Street. Over Brooks a ;o.'s Hat and Fur Btore. . omC?HOURS9 A.M.to B. K, Connecticut is Flooded "WITH. CHEAP AITS. There never was a time when the cupidity of a certain class of Druggists led them to sell so much trash as now. Plasters have become so pop ular, through the merits of n ' M that. f.h.v nffo. WUAXaMSS'ii'''. Beware of sc-called Ma a tempting field for cheap imi- " porous plasters," "strength 1 TJftTJftTTC! ening plasters," "capsicum," fWAUUS capsfcin and other imita- smLASTSItSi all aohes, pains and strains, get BENSOffSSPLASTER The great strengthening remedy for weak m-?s eles. Quickly cures paia (n the back, chest, side and limbs. Try them. At druggists' or by mail, cents; 8 for $1. QUININE PLASTER CO. Saratoarm sprlass, W. Vs. ie eod dw Pnb THE OAfiBINOTON PUBLISHING CO. All letters and inquiries In repapd to subscriptions uuMMro w ousroea snouia De adaressea to TUB JOURNAL A NO COGRIEB, New Haven. Comb. SaHm - e cannet accept anonymous or return rejected oonimnnifguaons. In oil cases the name of the writer will be required, not for publication, but as a .umwauw cm. jruoa ism. Situations, Wants, Rents and other small adver tisements. One Cent a Word each insertion. 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FOB PRESIDENT, HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. L.EVI.P. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. Friday, July 6, 1888. TUB PURE DE3IOCI1ACXW One of the fanny phases of the campaign is the anxiety of the Democrats lest the Re publicans should do something to whisky that would be against the interests of tern peranee, morality, etc. Of course what the Democrats really mean is that they don't wast the distillers interfered with. These distillers and those connected with them have-been valuable friends of the Democratic party, and they want that war tax on whisky maintained. They are making money aad have got their business so arranged that they can make a good deal more if they are let alone. If the whisky tax were removed, the great distillers of Kentucky would be forced to ont down their product to such an extent that many of their distilleries would be forced te lie idle. Of course ail this anxiety lest one of the main pillars of the Democratic party should be broken will deceive nobody. As the Springfield Union pats it: Bat after all, this only a false pretense which the Democrats have raised to confuse the minds ef voters as to the real ' issne, protection versos free trade. Nobody will be alarmed by Demo cratic anxiety for the cause of temperance' Satan never rebudes sin bnt for a sinister motive. The national Republican platfoim does not propose to remove the tax from whisky except upon a contingency. It de elares for the repeal of taxes on tobacco and open spirits nssd in the arts and for mechan ioal purposes. In case the redaction of in ternal revenue as thus proposed does not re duoe the internal reveane sufficiently, the Republican party declares that it favors the repeal of the entire internal revenue rather than sarrender any part of the protective system. We have much greater cause to fear an advance toward free trade which would cripple onr industries and pauperize onr workingmen than any iaerease in the product and consumption of aloohelio liquors which the removal of the tax might effect. it is a pity that "Petroleum V. Nasby" is dead. It wenld have done him good to see the Democrats afraid of "free whisky." EDITOKIAb NQTES. The mourners for the Hartford Telegram do not seem to be numerous. It did not be have well daring the greater part of its tortu ous career. That Benjamin Harrison is not like Orover Cleveland Is made pretty plain by a com parison of the addresses they made on being infermed of their nominations for the presi dency. And the difference is decidedly in Mr. Harrison's favor. m may wear a Diiea start," exolaimed a Democratic politician in Missouri the jther day, "bnt my heart ever throbs for the peo ple." Another Democrat of that State, who is just now trying to cultivate the negro vote, said the other day in an address to some ne groes: "Fellow citizens, my skin may be white, bnt xuy heart is black." - The first decision of the status of a life in surance policy where the wife, for whose benefit It was taken oat, died before the hus band, has just been made by Judge Seddon in St. Louis. He holds that where a man insures his life for the benefit of his wife and then survives her the policy will inure to the benefit of the children independently of the insured's creditors. A prominent member of the reform ad ministration, after expressing an earneat be lief in civil service reform, proceeds to say that "all of those offioes the distribution of which on purely party grounds ean fairly be said to strengthen the party in power ough to be, and without doubt will be, always re garded as political." That is all that the moat xealous spoilsman clamors for. The Kansas law in relation to capital pun ishment ought never to have been made, and It onght to be repealed as soon as possible. A person convicted of murder in the first degree is now sent to the penitentiary for a year, and may' afterward be hanged at any time when the governor signs the death war rant. Theoretically, this might be well enough, bnt in reality the state of affairs is a direct encouragement to ly noting; for the- governor never signs the warrant. There are now 64 murderers nnder sentence of death in the State prison, and not only is crime in creasing in the State, but lynching parties are getting alarmingly frequent. Experiments are being carried on in Russia with the view of finding a process, at ones practicable as well as desirable, on the score of economy and cleanliness, of solidifying the petroleum used as fuel. According to the report made to the Banian government by Dr. Kanffmann, who has had the principal charge of these, experiments, a suceesaful method of accomplishing the desired result consists simply in heating the oil and after wards adding from 1 to S per cent, of soap. The latter dissolves in the oil, and the liquid, on cooling, forms a mass having the appear ance of cement and the hardness of compact tallow. The product is hrd to light, barns slowly and without smoke, but develops much heat and leaves about 2 per cent, of a hard black residuum. The qnestion whether a common council has the right to abolish a city market has just been decided in the negative by the Michigan Supreme court. In 1875 the Detroit common council was authorized by the legis lature to raise money for a new market build ing. The council were to issue bonds not to exceed $100,000 for the purpose, pledging the faith of the city for payment. It was pro vided that the bonds should be payable in not less than twenty years and that the rents The Oldest Dally Paper Halted in Connecticut. and profits derived from the market should be applied to the payment of interest on the bonds, to establish a sinking fond and to regular market expenses and repairs. In March the council passed an ordinance abol ishing the market, vacating the market build Ings and grounds used for market purposes, and directing that the ordinance go into ef fect on and after July 1. The attorney gen eral brought a bill in equity to enjoin the city from discontinuing the market. The lower court dismissed this bill and the Sn preme court in reversing the. decision holds that the market cannot be abolished till the bonds come to maturity in due course. In an article on "Romanism and the Re public" the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin pointedly says: The most devoted of Roman Catholics must admit that for years the church crusade against the public school, or rather In favor of the parochial sohool, has been openly prosecuted. In Massachusetts the action of the priests has been defiant and, te an extent successful. They have even used political iaflaenoe in order to suppress the use of sohool books, and in one instance suc cess was achieved in direct opposition to jua- tioe. ' The legislature has passed a law sub jecting all private sohools to public supervl sion, and the Romanists are now said to be using every available influence in their effort to secure majorities in the supervising boards, In the West and Northwest reports are fre quently made that the public sohools of small towns have been actually closed. In Pittsburg a battle has just been fought, and there is now a lull whose quiet means but the preparation for another contest. Recently Roman Catholio communicant, believing the public sohools to be superior, decided not to send his children to the church teachers. He was promptly rebuked, and upon his refusal to change his decision he was threatened. He boldly challenged the . right of the priest to interfere, and at the time' of the last reports the matter' was still pending before the su perior church authorities. - This is no mere hearsay, ' The reports are authentic, and the question at issue is one whioh concerns Ro man Catholics particularly. COMMUNICATIONS. many or the Same Mind. To the Editor of the Jodrwal hid Courier: As a Republican and a daily reader of your paper I wish to relate a little conversation I had afew days since with a . staunoh Demo crat (notof our city but in one of the towns adjoining oar cityj to show yon the differ ence between the one man's mind (and there are many more of the same mind) now and four years ago. Four years ago this sama Democrat was completely carried away with Grover Cleveland. He thought he was per fect. A few days ago this same Democrat (and he is a gentleman in every sense of the word too) was in my place and our political conversation was snort, bnt was as follows: I said to him: "Well, Mr. Smith, what do you think of our nominations? . They are all good ones aren't they!" He paused a moment ana men saia: -jno. They are not all good, They don't all suit me. I don't like Cleve land's nomination. Neither will I vote tor him again. I have got a belly full of him. have had all I want ef him;" and then he said: "Harrison will be the next man with out any doubt whatever." So he will. Grov er will be bnned so deep next fall that I am afraid when the day of resnrreotion comes he will be so deep that he will not be found. A Republican MISTAKES. -X on are mistaken. nenry James' new novel, "The Liar," is not a campaign docu ment. Philadelphia Call. People who have seen two lovers say good bye never have any trouble afterward in be lieving in eternity. Somerville Journal. Why is it that a fellow always appears so surprised whenever he finds that he is the possessor ot a orazy bone! Somerville Jour nal. Constant reader There are several lame coin collectors in the United States. Jay Gould is probably the largest. Philadelphia Boston sent a million gallons of ram to Africa last year. That mnst be what Stan ley is rnmaging round for. Dansville Breeze. It is not necessary to jump up and leave a room because a young lady says she will sing "Some Day." She may not sing immediate ly. new Orleans Picayune. Little girl (to lady oaller) "Sister's awfnl sorry, bnt she can't see yon to-day." Lady (compassionately) "I'm very sorry, Mabel. I nope she is not U1T" Little girl "Oh, no; she's getting engaged." Harper's Young .people. One day onr little four-year-old Freddy was discovered burying a piece of meat in the garden, and, on being asked what he was do ing that for, answered, "I'se plantin' it so it will drow op and be a mooly cow. .Ex change. Politician Well, Uncle Resins, who's yonr man, Harrison or Cleveland! Unole RastuB (cautiously) Pee swine in dis year fo' Uno. Bast us, sah; he'a my man. Is yo meanin eany business dis mawnin', Mis tah Smif , or am yo' simply f eelin ob de situ ation! New York Sun. Member of the sohool board (in Missouri') to applicant for position of village school teacher What are your qnalificatio'ns,yonng man! Applicant (with superb scorn) Feel of that arm, will you! Qet onto that fist. School board (unanimously) You'll do. Chicago Tribune. Miss Petroleum It does make me so mad. With all onr money we don't git no respect. Mrs. V. Ji,ti! vrnat a folks keen saying now! itintln' about tne way we got oar cash. What d'ye think Miss Boston said when I showed her poo's new portrait! She asked if it was painted in oil." Omaha World. 'I met young Sampson at the srate as I eame in. Lulu," said the old gentleman, "and he seemed in great haste." , "Oh, papa, I have lost refused him and I'm afraid he may do something desperate. What did he say!" He asked me if the boys down at tne Cres- eent saloon had all gone home." New York Sun. - , . . .. Returned Prodigal (in Vermont). "I used to live here, but everything is so changed I can't find my way. Can yon direct me to Bullfrog Hollow, Mud Pond or Skeeter Swamp! If I can get to any one of them I can strike the old road to the farm." Native--"! t's a lucky thine your met me. for hardly anyone knows them plaoes by the' old names. You're Daddy Doodle's boy, ain't you!" "Yes." "The old man'll be glad to see ye. He's sold most of the farm to city folks and is living oh his money, bnt he's in the old honseyet. Just yon follow this bridle path tn Prospect Terraoe. then eo around Crystal lAke to the Garden of the Gods and you'll strike the road leading past the Palisades Summer Hotel. Just throw a handkerchief over y'r face when ye enter the Garden of the Gods. That used to be Skee ter Swamp." Exchange. ; CHRONIC DEBTOIUFEBIi EASIER. An Offensive sni Often Abased meth od r DariBlnt Prohibited. . From the New York Tribune. . . . ' I've lost my right bower," said the head of a little collection agency yesterday, "and I've got the postal authorises to thank for it." . . "How's that!" asked Tribune reporter. By way of reply the professional dun opened a big drawer, disclosing a few thou sand envelopes, all of whioh bore in start ling red and black characters of considerable size the words "Bad debt." "These I used to send through the postoffioe," he contin ued, "to my delinquent debtors, inclosing a request to pay up. First I'd call on the man, then if that failed I'd send an envelope with the tell-tale inscription written small upon one corner; the next envelope had muoh larger characters and bo on until hially the very worst kind received postal oards bear ing the words 'bad debt' in flaring colors on one side and calling the debtor 'Mr. Dead L jseav ana outer narBa terms on tne reverse side. - This used to f etoh a-great many hard cases who could be compelled to pay their debte in no other way. There is no man who wants to make any pretensions to hones ty but dislikes to have publicity given to his shortcomings, as is insured by sending such letters to him through the public mails. He fancies everybody sees them and is laughing at him or thinking little of him, as indeed a great many people mnst. uut now my pet scheme is knocked on tne nead, for a new act of congress was passed the other day providing that all mat ter, otherwise mailable by law, upon the en velope or outside coyer of which, libellous, scurrilous or threatening delinea tions, epithets, terms or language, or reflect ing injudiciously upon the character or con duct ef another, may be written or printed are declared to be non-mailable matter, and shall net be conveyed in the mails nor deliv ered from any postomce, nor by any letter carrier. The act further provides, as a pen alty for depositing such matter in a nostof- fice, a fine of from one hundred o five thou sand dollars, or imprisonment at hard labor irom one to ten years, or both. I never did see suoh a happy hunting ground for dead beats as New York is anyway. When a man won't pay his honest debt you can't clap him into jail till he does, as veu should be able to do. You've got to start supplementary proceedings and have him examined as te his income and what he does with it. The law here allows every man to retain enough of his income rree rrom tne claims ot creditors to enable him to live decently, and it's hard matter to get your knowing man about town. generally the worst kind of dead beat, to ad mit on oath that there are any loose ends ' of his income not fully absorbed in purchasing ior mm tne very necessaries ot lite." "What will you do now!" said the renor- ter. "I suppose there are Iota of objection- a Die ways of collecting debts, are there not!" inera are the tricks of the trade of course, suoh as sending a lond -mouthed and experienced collector to dun clerks within hearing of their employers, trying to catch debtors in public places, Burrounded by peo ple whose good opinion they value, etc., etc., but none so effective as this one now ren dered nseless. I think I shall have to intro duce the Chicago method of going round in a big covered wagon, painted bright red and yellow in the most attractive manner, with such fine mottoes as 'Bad debt oolleotor,' 'Terror to dead beats,' etc, conspicuously emblazoned on it. Lei this stand for an honra day for a few days before a delin quent's house and the neighbors will get into the way of looking for it: the small boys and the loafers will form an admiring circle round it, and stare up into the house win dows, and if ' the police don't stop it for some reason or other I guess it will do al most as well as the postal oards, but it's more expensive." wno are yonr best customers!" Small tradesmen and doctors. The lat ter can't refuse an urgent call because the pay may be poor, and so a large proportion of their accounts are never collected. We need to do a big business collecting grocers' bills, bnt now retail grocers in this city have mutual protective and collecting agency of their own. The two work together admira bly. A black list is kept of people who don't pay their grocer's bill, and when a debtor finds he can't get credit anywhere it soon brings him to time." GUATEMALA'S BIRD OF LIBERTY. The Quezzal I. Pletnred on Iost.ee Stamps, But Seldom Seen Alive. "What do jou call those birds!" asked a visitor to the store of a well known down town taxidermist, pointing to a couple of feathered creatures bound separately in pa per, with the tails and heads protruding, and showing a gorgeous plumage. They were dried and ready for stuffing. The body of each, including the head, was perhaps five inches long, but throwing the tail into the measurement, either bird would have re- quired a four foot tape to connect the point of its beak with the tip of its longest tail feather. One of the birds had two long feathers in its tail and the other had two shorter ones; but nature, as if to compen sate for this disparity of plumage, had given the biid, that would otherwise have been dearly at a disadvantage, a third and middle feather that was very long indeed. Crests adorned the heads and white cotton had been stuffed into the eye oavities. .IUB, nSUA U1D UDfUw. M,&AUJ one ot them np in ms band, is tne quezzal, the bird of liberty of Guatemala. It is to be found only in a small portion of the conn- try, and is now very rarely seen at all. A gentleman who was recently in Central America managed to secure this pair and left them with me to be dressed and mounted, the people down there being able only to dry and preserve them. Quezzal is to Guate mala what the eagle is to the United States of America its national bird. Its picture. rather distorted, is stamped oa many of Guatemala's coins and engraved on all the postage stamps of that country. Whether it took its same from the ancient capital, or the old metropolis was called after it, is a question not fully settled; but quezzal is the title of both. . The quezzal has, as you must perceive, great personal advantages over the eagle, even in its wild state, and we are all familiar with the bedraggled appearance of the oaged eagle. JNow the auezzal is never csged longer than a few hours. It is truly a bird of lib erty and it dies almost immediately when captured. Its pride in its rear feathers is evidently dearer than its love for life. When one of them accidentally gets soiled or bro kenthe bird goes to its nest, sits down and dies, it it is caught in a trap it is always found dead, and when the young birds are taken from the nest they die at once. Occa sionally a quezzal has been captured and in a few seconds restored to liberty, but the con tamination of the hand could not be removed with the grasp, and it dropped lifeless to the earth before it had flown many yards. They are brought down for mercantile purposes, when the opportunity presents itself, with very small shot fired at long range. The quezzal bnilds a round-roofed nest like the home of the wren, only instead of one hole there are two directly opposite eaoh other. ) Thns the bird avoids the tail-breaking neces sity of turning around to make its exit. It goes in at one side and out at the other, and the long feathers, which wave gentlv in tha air, at resting time are slowly and cautiously orawn alter it." High -Pressure Living characterizes these modern days The result is a fearful increase of Brain and Heart Diseases General De bility, Insomnia, Paralysis, and In sanity. Chloral and Morphia augment the evil. The medicine best adapted to do permanent good is Ayer's Sar saparilla. It purifies,' enriches, and vitalizes the blood, and thus strengthens every function and faculty of the hody. -" I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for years. I have found it invaluable as A Cure for Nervous Debility caused by an in active liver and a low state of the blood." Henry Bacon, Xenia, Ohio. "For seme time I have been troubled with hear 1 disease. I never found any thing to help me until I began using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I have only used this medicine six months, but it has re lieved me from my trouble, and enabled me to resume work." J. P. Carzanett, Perry, 111. "I have been a practicing physician for over half a century, and during that time I have never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and blood purifier as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Dr. M. Maxstart, Louisville, Ky. . Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PKKFASBD BY Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mass. Price 1 ; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle. Mabel "No, Mr. Kidder; I oan never be yours." Kidder "And is it thus yon treat me after leading me on to hope for yonr hand! But yon need not think te escape without explaining the reason for refusing my love. Why will you not be mine!'' Ma bel "Because I cannot write a capital K to save my life." Exchange. DR. KILMER'S One of every five we meet has some rorm or Heart Disease,and Is in con stant danger of Apoplexy, Shock or Sudden Death. 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