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THE CJLBBINGTON PUBUSHINCt GO. OFFICE 409 ITATB STREET. ITOL. LTI. NEW HAVEN, CONN., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1888. NO. 176 VI &' Steisou mm SOTIHG REDUCTIONS. HALF PRICE -ON- Fine Wash Dress ; Goods. Nearly 1,000 yards fine Scotch Ginghams to be. sold at 1 2c a yard, that have peen selling at 25c. This is as cheap as com mon Gingham -an unheard-of price. - . , Also, quite an assortmentdf the best Equality r renchoatines that .have -been! seTKngat 33c, wft now offer to close at t tc- ner yard. This lot includes all our remnants, together - with many dress patterns and whole pieces. White Embroidered Robes. $1.25 to close. Ecru Embroid'd Robes 75c, formerly $1.44.' . Well Worthy of Attention. Our French Batistes in - ele gant patterns' at 15c per yard. Also, our Very fine American Batistes at 9c a . yard, in two widths, viz. y and 'ij yard. EBW DEPARTURE. Bargain in Books. We have bought a larere as sortment of popular novels in paper covers that we shall sell at TEN CENTS A COPY, U usually sold' at 15c and 20c: This line is very extensive, Com prising stories by Black, Mrs. Alexander, M. E. Braddon, Be- sant. Blackmore, Bertha M.Clay, Duchess, Charles Reade and some thiity other novelists; each story complete for: 10c. The greatest bargain in fiction ever seen.' ; ., : - Friday Bargains From 8 until 1 o'clock,' HOWE & STETSON, Insurance Building. 886-888 Chapel Street, I New Haven, Conn. HORSE BLANKET Joirn B. WILLI AKS.Wholeeale Horse Blankets, - ' 17 Federal St., Boston, testified in U. S. Court,: Boston, March 2d, 1886, to prevent an infringo mantofthe Horse Trade Mark: - "For over ten years I have been familiar with these blankets. They have acquired a high reputation ' for strength 2nd are much sought after. jTlliey always have a large horse stamped inside." Manfd by Wll. Ajnrx A Boyg. fhllada. NEW HOVELS! nr. Barnes of New York, Mr. Potter or Texas. ; ? FOB SAIX BT - . TKE DQWHES NEWS CCMSY, ..a. ww . nns mm 1 KsT aTTTaP.KV It 67, 69 & ei orakbest, FDltNITUBE DEALEltS : UHDlTAliillS, Bave the finoM Painted Bedroom Suits la the eit ew Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits. The best Spring Bed for the money. Splint BatUaTOane and Bush Beat Chain great variety , as low as can be bought. UNDERTAKING promptly attended to, airs or dBTA7I2e'T!in AZnforwu-rrorTng-and ilAt of FoWtagOhalrsand Steels to reertor HUM, mt ra norma , - - - ColtLmbia BiTer Salmon Now ready for delivery, TWO CARS NEW PACK. Coleman, "Flag" and "Otter" Brands. . " FIBST AEETVALS OF THE SEASON. STGB9AED, KIMEEELY & CO. and 215 Water Street, New Haven, Conn. j.t..,;i V V Everything Stamp & Name 25c. 8Ump I Self-Iaier 53c.Datr s i. x Xst kw--LINEN MARKERS," Vftf est INKS Psdt,Sesl Pn-t, ttc "IptUm WTT.TaTALI A. T7HIQHT. ! a. n. PERKINS. 13 CtNTEK 61- Attorney and Connselor-at-Law, i , ... OFFICES. . 1S3 (Thnreh st..eora Court st. ' Otvtgs Hocus a. m. to lB.m from'S to 8 e rn.fti.t.iirilav erenintcs tom aiMfiO so elooS k J. ffl. Blair. JT- .yiiiji'lill . " ' - ii iim.' jy THE FORSYTH CO. Dyeing and Laundrying In All Their Branches. Shirts. Collars and Cuffs and Ladiee' Fan cy Wear oar specialties in laundrying. Clean!? of Lace and other Curtains. Win dow Shades, etc.; Ladies' white or litfht sum mer garments cleaned by the Pry Process. fTlMLntntv fff IWMnn t9 .nvtlilnn In 4.Tia Una vi n.wni( Apparei or noose r ormaungi. Carpets beaten and steamed or scoured. Moths and carpet bnea exterminated and their eggs removed. Colors brightened. Old carpets made new. We oan "call for and deliver your oarpets on snort notice -i Offices: 8T8 and 649 Chapel St. Worksi State, ItwmM uia neenan Ic Street. 1 Telephone. . - ' ' -" LESSON: . POR FINE LAUNDRY WORK ' Call at above address. " D. M. WELCH & SON Offer To-Day : " 800 baskets larze Blackberries at 10c basket. 300 baskets large Cherry Currants 12Jc basket. Thev ere the lam Cherry Currants, and as the season is almost over 70a will do well to buy now. 800 large ripe Watermelons at 25c each; they are fine cutters and fresh stock. .A lew Bogar ixm tnnes at u ana isc eacn. , Lemons. Lemoni. Onbr 2Qc dozen: they are tine stock, brizht and Jnicy. 60 bbls. Long Island Potatoes; we shall sell for a few days at Sac a peck they are high and scarce. xeiiow inrnips zdc pvck. una ei uucumoers at ic eacn. Butter, Butter, Batter. A ward about onr Butter. We think we are sell ing the first Butter Jn Mew Haven at 25c lb. We guarantee it to be pure, and if yon try it onoe you will boy it again. A new lot this morning. , Fresh Egg 9 cents a dozen. A job lot of Dried Peaches at 10c lb. A new tot of Evaporated Apples, line quality, at 10c . very one quality 01 Evaporated Apricots. A fine Brush Broom for 10c. Just look at our fine Cream Cheese. A splendid Cheese at 10c lb. D. M. WELCH & SON. 9S and 30 Congress Avenue, Branch No. 8 Grand Ave. S. E. MERWIN &. SON, EtMIIllUied 1S41. Packers and Curen of the Celebrated Elm City Brand o BASS, SHOULDERS, AHS BOXELESS BASON. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM. ill VMti Suar-Cand lean. " Bpei lettie Larl 8S4 tc SSS State St., New Haven, CU racklnc Hmm on 11. It. Aw. 1 9th CENTURY AHEAD Crowds stoD daily and niehtly to see the wonderful application of electricity which runs the big coffee -grinder at Dawson's re nowned Coffee and Tea store. It excites as tonishtnent a machine so light, so small, with snch power, it la a great labor saver. We crannd 88.000 pounds-of Coffee last year. The electric motive power comas on iae taun wire that famishes oar store with light. I Coffees, Teas, etc., to dealers and consumer at 1 lowest maraet prices, r avurauio wnoB mm jruur I traoe mvitea. , , . . . DAWSON, 844 i gST,-T3SI ST, NoT6lay ofluiinglouBf an,. njnl. think inevmnat strike a sold mine. ormake andreeeiTe a large amount 01 money in order to Deoome ricu. xu. .Y1"' j V is to save a uuenca g.y w w iu j m uu nc id In the end you will be well off. Begin at onoe by saving on your , Batter, Coal, Tea ana wires bills. We can sen you fine Table gooastnai will make evea stale bread taste good for SOo a pound andpreesntstorownin. . . . tseec juenign van. a wu. VeVviTm3S mnta fine Teas 30 to 0 cents lb.. and Bpice st half cost. Dent throw money away on high-priced goods. Trade wi to C. w. ciarK as son, my30 31 Chnrch Street. provjsjons arid Fruit. CUB ASSORTMENT. Raspberries, Blackberries, Cherries, Plums, WnorUeberrie Currants. Bquaan isc per aozen. . Beets 3c per bunch. Native Cucumbers. . String Beans 5c per quart. Butter Beans, 4 quarts 25c. New Cabbage c to 8e head. " . New Potatoes S6c per peck. ; Watermelons 25c to 80c each. New Apples, 4 quarts 25c New Porto Rico Molasses 4Kc gallon. Creamery Butter, 4 lbs. tl. 8 qnarts Beans 26c Beet Java Coffee Sfco, 8 Ihe. 1. , Tea worth 75c per pound at SOo. , Best new rrocess tour ao.ou. The Best. Beef Best. meat of All Kinds. We close store during July and August at 6:80 p. m. J. H. KEARNEY. FLM CITY CASH GROCERY. 4 19 OeagraM Ave,, cor. Bill at Spring Chickens, oDnns Lamp, Prime Beef, And an kinds of VEGETABLES to bs sold by the undersigned cheaper and better than at any other ! place in toe city. . aj. Dvuvuwrsa7a-V 1,2,3 Central Ittarltet. BH0ADWAT CASH ST0BE t The Best and Cheaoeat House to tiuj trrovlslons. Spring Lamb is Away Down SPRING LAMB, hlndquarter, SOo a ,1b, " " f orequarter, 17c a ft. , " leg, 2le a lb. . " loin, 80c a lb. " : " chops, 80c a . . ... to stew, lOe a ft. "L -' ' And many 9Iore bargains. Paul Jente 8a Bro., If- : , . 'iv1! ,;t. ,. . HilliaBeaMiMlaM TRAM av . CD tf HAMsl HATS, TRUNKS, Trayelii Bap, OiHellas, CANES, GLOVES. AtLow Prices. FRIEND E. BROOKS, - --ar-:" i .- -. -f -- 7d5 OlaapolStroot groxrtBtotis, tc. FRESH SALOOn, Blnefish. Halibut. Fresh Mackerel. Sword- fish, Sea Bass, Blackfish, Lobsters, Oysters, Bound and Long Clams. Prime Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Fresh Pork,. Spring Chickens, Fowls, dressed to order. New Potatoes, String Beans, Tomatoes, Native Cucumbers, Beets, etc. W. D. JUDS0N, SOS and 507 STATE STREET. Ha DIRECT IMPORTATION. Just received ex-Steamship Niagara consignment of fresh made Havana Cigars favorite brands. Will be ready for delivery about Tuesday, the 24th inst. J. D. DEWELL & CO., 233 and 239 State Street. HUKLBURT BROTHERS, 1,074 Chapel ' Street. " COBNEB HIGH, Have the exclusive sale of the celebrated WMsor GreaiBry Butter FOB TBIS CITY. tyGlve it a trial. A BOON AND A BIG ONE To High Prices. lamb leg sac. Lunb hlndquarter 03. Lamb chops Ste. Lamb f orequarter, 16c. Veal cutlets 23c Vealohops lflo..- ... - - Teal roast 16c. Beef roast 10 to 18a. Beef , rack steak 10c Baaf. round steak 16c Beet, loin steak 28c v Beef, Porterhouse steak c . - Watermelons SO and S5o, Bananas SO and 35c Blacabarries, Raspberries, Currants, fresh to-day. Ihe best quality of Heat and Vegetables. STEVENS' MARKET, 19 Congress Avenne. C.E.HART&CO. 350 ani 352 State strest WE OFFER TO-DAY THE First Game of the Season, Fresh, Tender CHICKEN GROUSE. : a Choice, Delicate Article. Also. Spring Chickens, Squabs, Sweet breads and all the delicacies. 100 Broadway, ccr. Hows Street, 14 THS CHJEAroT AKfi usor roaov GROCERIES AND MEATS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. It niter Still Lower. The Beit Creamery Butter, in prints, only S9o Tne finest ixmnecncui romjnexy ouucr. u un, only asc perio. . , very nne trrunes, ouiy c per id, w. .v. Canned Ooods o all kinds very low. TestBeniDee Drinks. - v.Bi,1ita nf tha wcatern oart of" the citv will be i know that for the next four months we Please don't f ontet that vou can buy fn our mar ket anr kind of meat. Beef, Lamb or veal, for as dale money as any place in the State. W. B. Kicaey, aw nreaawsi, juM corner Howe atreat. TEA AMD COFFEE. TTTX are stm seUnr a splendid Jap. and Oolonc rirlne good B&tiRfactlon to all who have tried It, and our Boyal Java Coffee also. Butter. .'Butter. mr rilaaAHVwa sssul Tmnshskni Ifl yii "L-ir,, jt r.iof Boxbury Butter in tubs which we will eell at H lb $1. Perfection Boiled White Oats 10c Btchards' and Bobbins' Boned Turkey sad UniCKen. - . , Armour s cooaea womo iwtw. . w keen all kinds of Fruit. Berries, Heat aad vegetaoies. aT. xo. ivortixrop, 985 Grand Avenue. P. 8. Agent tor N. Y. Health rood Co. goods. Telephone. ' SHAD. SHAD. Striped Bass, Lobsters, Mizzt, Ccd, Open Clams. Little Hecks, Oysters, Salmon, etc,, , -AT-. - - ' A. POOTE i&OO.'S, OOP a33?uSaJ?35l BT. Fir.3, Two Years Old, AND-;- ; NEW CHEESE, FOB BALE BY COOPER & NICHOLS, 378 State Street. B. D. HENDEB, -e)OOOX8BOB TO- . W. D. BRYAN, fj U ST09 TAILOtt . V WO. I3T CnCRCllfT : E. F.ARVI1SE, ATTOUNCY AT IjATV Koaoi 9 and 11, 6 Ciiurcn ss. Mcfflire, Maiie k k NOW FOR TEE OF GpP JIDSUMMER SALE. Former Prices Cut In Two, as We are Determined to Crash and Slash, Sell and Deliver MORE GOODS THIS WEEK AND FOR LESS MONEY " ' .'.:"";"'-' :vKv"-.;:s. '' -." ---- : Than In Anr PTeTlons Two Weeks Recorded fn July. Jog jour memory as to former prices, then packages. . The (roods we will agree to deliver neighbor is too Irasy to read the news, be neighborly and read the good Dry .Goods news to her. It may be the money she aaves on a purchase at onr store would lay the foundation to a big fortune or a neat three story house. - What a comfort that would be in after years 1 But to continue our story : ' Dress Goods and Silks Harked down to never-to-be-forgotten prices. It will not be necessary for you to ask for these bargains. Go straight to the counter ; there you will find them in piles. - : ' PARASOLS Ererv ladv knows the weather this season undermined the luxury of a Parasol and de nied us the satisfaction of selling you. Therefore, in hopes of selling the balance this month the pruning knife has been applied with such a keen and cutting edge that Parasols for merly $6 (as a sample) oan no w be bought for less than . half that price. These .prices will not hold good should the weather in August turn warm. SUITS. To h nlaln. rinV'nn desire a White Suit for in case you do not know that our stock; consists of a beautiful assortment of these goods, it is necessary for ns and for yourself that yon did know. Protection or free trade will have no effect on these goods, as the D rices this week (did they have a big stock of them) would rnin all the free trade and protection advocates in the United States. We have only 100 Suits left and offer them to you at half what they cost. - . FLQyiiQifies. Rnm a ladina of ten nrnfer remnants to whole who prefer remnants or short lengths we desire to appeal, because we marked them down to half price. Think of It I 2 goods for $1; $1 goods for $50o; oOo goods for 25c; that's the story. We consider it a good one. Sometimes yos oan get two remnants same pattern only one'seam more in a dress 27 inches to 45 inches. These goods run in widths, v . Gents' A good Shirt for SOo, suoh as others ask get. Suoh we have and it's a daisy. Laundered up, tne man does nos oreaine inat coma tell it from a dollar shirt. It has all the latest improvements, and more than that is im proved by us from Its value, $1, to 50o. i. . . ... Sen to Hose at 25c is something we are proud to .show. Others ask 50o for same thing. That is just what one of New Haven's most worthy professors told us the other day. Bargains. Every counter full of them. The third people who visit ns. We are simply naming facta as to ourselves and trust the people will appreciate the tremendous mark-downs taken this week in order to reduoe stock:. THROUGH JULY AND AUS9ST, AS IN FORMER YEARS, Store Closed at 1 p. m. McINTYRE, 1IAGUIRE & CO. 837 Chapel Street, F I0DWM .THE -BEST That is What We Sell. The Strongest ell Colors,? The Finest Japan Colors, . ' ' The Best Distemper Color Our Bailroed Paints and Liquid House Paints are the Best In Ike Market, THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396 AND 393 STATE STREET. OenHar TrnlliHaa-. COLUMBIA And all Other Kinds of B levies , ana incicies. 8POBTIJ1Q GOODS. ALL KINDS. W. M. FRISBIE COMPANY, myl 16 ClOWB aftTBCt. SMEDLEY 3 BROS. & , CO. FOB - Furniture, Pianos and Gen- i cral Mercnanalse. aim for sale, so aata Sarseas.' doable and auurle. SS and upwards. tfunsea wagons. One lecond-haad Landau. UDV KJ butu, wumn, k"wwv- One Cireu. Tent, aeaUug capacity 500, for saleer Bnaineas and QemUemens Orlrtajt Bones con stantly on band. Smedley Bros, afc Co., jn!7 178 BRKWTOT BTBtST. f. J. ATWATER & GO, Paaer andTwisa Warehc:s2, -: 956-962 GRAND ' AVENUE. - ALSO Manaraetnrers of Eel Pots.' and Wholesale and KetaO dealers In all kinds of Seines, Nets, uoohi, iroies ana Fishing: Tachlo . . - - 1 ; OF KVXBT DE8CBIPTIOW. Stationsri anir Schcsl Sispp!!ss AT THB LOWXST FBICXS. mylOtf SEASONABLE GOODS. aXefrterat6r,''t low prices. Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers, lee Breaking Machines. Lemon Squeezers. Corkscrews. In variety. Carnet Sweepers the BEST in the market.. . v f ;. ! vf " . : - Feather Dusters. Salad Spoons aad Forks Wire Provision Safes. Traveling Tranks and Baskets. i Fly Killers. fgf ff ' '; - l-Jl "f V i FOB 8ALB AT 413 and 4 i4 State Street, .COKHMWUUUIU. ROSERT B. BRADLEY & CO. Jugl dtw A FRESH LINE -OF- DELICIOUS PERFUMES IN LABGS! ASSORTMENT. , ' Wright's Pcrfames, ' Lundbor$!i Perfumes, - v" IS BULK, AT 1 ' E. IIEOTT G C3.'S, taxrrwnpaatXBa fY . Whittlesey's Drug Store. THIRD WEEK OUB visit ns. . Prepare youraeif for a carload of so you need not worry about that. If your either lady, child or miss t We ask because pieces: we have both. But it is to those Wear. 75o and 1 for, is something you don't always week will make a lasting impression on the ITew Haven, Conn. HOUSEKEEPING. EVERYTHING COIPLETE fob HOTJSEKEEPIKG P. J. KELLY i OO.'S. Kitchen Fmriltre, ; Parler Farnltare, BsarseaPsraliar, Carpeu. OU Cletbs, Wiadew Sasdat, Deialac, Ac, te. STOVES AND RANGES. Lai Best variety So select from at the lowest prices. Qoods can be paid for on weekly or monthly pay nts without extra charge. 18, 890, SSI, 823, 33 and 854 GRAND AVENUE. FIRST CLASS PL01BIG&GAS FITTING J. H. Bncklgy, 179 Chnrch St. F. A. CAULTON, Plumbing, Steam and Gasfltting JoBBras Promptlt Attended To. OVFICB ISO Oeorce, ear. Xeanple St. BTKAM HKATINQ BUU.DINQ. urstTinATB eivKN. an THATCHER'S Burning Furnace. Incomparably the Best. Phjua ritnuna am. fail to iria entire aatlsfao. Ion. Thevars self cleaninc. cas tleht aad anU nllnkar. meat durable, economical and safe. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting Tin Roofing, Ac. btlmateslfurnlshed to Bunders, V Steves, Ranceelaud all kinds efKltek nIFarnisnlnft's. JOHNB. GARLOCK, 217 State Street, near Crown. Refrigerators- ; ALBO A LARGE VARIETY OF m Of her makes at Low Prices. G. W. HAZEL & CO., a m Afrrtttiml 0Trl17Vwn mySStf cuamnasne Baskets. A LOT cheap. We want the room. apO BALL & SON, 770 Chapel ALASKA Tne Oldest Dallj Paper Pub lished In Connecticut. THE CAEfiTNaTON PUBLISHING CO. All letters and inouiriea In regard to subscriptions or uuuwi ui DoaineBs snouia oe aaereasea to - . THE JOURNAL AN D COCKIEB, Mew Havren. Coasi. . ' Notice! - - We aaanet accept anonymous or return rejected eonuiiiinlmtlona. Ia ail eases the name of tne writer will be required, not tor publication, but as a guarantee of irood faith. . Situations, Wants, Bents and other small adver tisement, one Cent av Werdl each insertion. 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Tmm Sau Tebiis Bt Hail. 8IN6I.K COPIES THREE CENTS. FOB PRESIDENT," BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA.. : v FOB VICE PRESIDENT, ' ; LETI P. nOBTOB, OF NEW YORK. Friday, July 37, 1888. AND STILL ram eoiHE. Qeneral Apathy is still ia command of the Democratic forces, and desertions from them continue. One of the latest reported is that of Jonathan Miller, proprietor of the Ameri can hosiery mill, of Cohoes, New York.- Mr. Miller thus talks: "I shall vote for Harrison and Morton and the Republican candidate for Congress, although I have been a Democrat all my life.' I have six sets of machinery in my miD and employ one hundred ' hands, Ihe discussion of the Mills bill : has already injured trade..' Should there be a redaction In the tariff on knit goods we would be com pelled to stop running or reduce wages to the basis of wages paid by our competitors in Europe. Cleveland's massage is for free trade, or in that direction, as- the foreign eompetion is so closo, even with the present tariff, that it requires close figuring to put goods on the market with any margin for profit. Protection is absolutely necessary to maintain the knit goods industry In Cohoes." Another who has felt obliged to leave the Democratic party is J. H. Wade, the riohast man in the city of Cleveland, a friend of Senator Payne, the saost prominent Demo crat in northern Ohio. Mr. Wade is a direc tor in the Cleveland rolling mills and con nected with railroad, banking and other large business Interests. "Free trade," says he. 'means national rain." These examples, which might be multi plied by hundreds, Indicate ihe drift ' of things. The fact is that business men and workingmen are understanding that it ia not for the best interests of this country to adopt a policy which is urged upon us and warmly commended by the tinsel Bah Englishmen, who have always befriended this or any other oountry when they could make it pay. Pro tection has done mnoh to make and keep the prosperity of this oountry. Its real benefits and advantages are plain, - as plain as the theory of free trade. And there are thou sands who have been good Democrats who are ready to resist any attack upon it. KP1TOK1AL MOTES. Babbits sxe a great and costly nuisance in Australia. The number of rabbits killed for the bounty last year in one Australian colony 1 19,182,539, and the bounties paid in that year have been estimated at $3,500,000. In addition millions of dollars have been paid for hundreds of miles of rabbit-proof fence. And still the rabbits seem to be as numerous The Democ ratio campaign goes consistent ly on. A Democratic paper in Buffalo.prlnt ed in the German language, takes pains to state that the report that President Cleve land had taken a temperance pledge to please Mrs. Cleveland waa a base invention of the enemy, and that he has recently shown that he is "true to his habits of life" by "drinking spirituous liquors publioly." The Democrats raise s great shout whan s Republican declares that the Cobden olub is spending money to promote free trade in the United States. But Iron Era, an English trade paper, says: "The Cobden olub is try ing to raise a large sum of money to be spent in farthering the free trade propaganda in tha United States. Lord Brassey has given 1,000, others leas, and the hat is going round." There afe. some smart men in Athens, Georgia.' On of them makes a business of collecting all the waste paper, rags, etc, and sending them ' out to the paper mills. He carries 800 pounds at a load, and gets 14 cent per pound, or $3.50 a load. He pays $3 a load for a team, so ha ia just 50 cents short on eaoh load. He is, however, so determined to do something that he cannot see his error, and persists in putting himself to great trou ble to lose 50 cents per load. ' The boyootters are having more trouble than they bargained for when they set out to regulate the universe. The "union label" has been the principal method of boycotting used in the cigar trade. A manufacturer who had a quarrel with the Cigarmakera' union was refused the label, and organized labor declined to buy unlabeled cigars. A cigarmakerof Newark having imitated this label, the union brought suit to restrain him from using It.' Tha Vice Chancellor of New Jersey decides that as the union is not the manuf aotursr or owner of the cigars it has no right to a trade mark, and that its label is not a fit subject for legal protection. Boycott the Tiee Chancellor.' For the benefit of thoae who desire to com' pare the "free whisky" plank of the Repub lican party with that of the Prohibition parly we append the two. The Republican plat form, after recommending that the internal revenue tax shall be taken from tobacco and alcohol used in the arts, says: If there shall still remain a larger revenue than is requisite for the wants of the govern ment we favor the entire repeal, of internal taxes rather than the surrender of . any part of oar protective system at the joint behest of the whisky trusts and the agents of for eign manufacturers. : ,..; ,- , The prohibitory party platform declares: "For the immediate abolition of the internal revenue system whereby our national gov ernment is deriving support from our great est national vice." . r Mr. Kilgore, the Texan objector In the house, is thus described: There is something picturesque about him, and he would proba bly have worn a golden spur had he been born two or three hundred years earlier. He is more than six feet tall, of fine proportion and noble carriage. Broad shoulders, deep chest, thiok neck, firmly upon which sets a large head adorned- with a thick, growth of whits hair combed back front a. -noble brow, and balanced by a tuft of white beard on hi chin, he stands impressively among his elates in the house. When ha moves about there is an appearance power in restraint in his step and gestures. - He would proba bly be the epiokest of all the members to at tract attention by his . personal ; appearance. These men used to be very common in the southern delegations, but there are few enough now to make him conspicuous. - The latest . insurance scheme is interesting, but whether or not it will be popular remains to beeeen. . A company has been formed in New York to guarantee depositors in national and State banks against .loss in case they come to grief in any way. It will charge the banks it guarantees a quarter of one per cent, on their gross yearly deposits, and it is said that many banks have already signified their desire to be thus guaranteed. A rather extraordinary feature of the plan is the plac ing of a limit to the number of banks to be insured in each place. . The risk will be con fined te one bank in places where national and State banks do not exceed four and to one-fourth of all the banks in large .' places. The company further annotrnces its intention of insuring bo banks In New York because of their large foreign or out of -town correspond ents. There are three - thousand and forty-, nine national banks and one thousand four hundred and thirteen State' banks, and of these the new-company proposes to guarantee only about eleven hundred. . CRITICAL. The book reviewer, unlike other literary men. oan do his best work when in a critical condition. Life. . , -.- ?-;;? - '- s r :" The car stove doesn't bother railroad trav elers just at present as much as does the hot ice water. Puck., Tha Modern Golden ' Rule. "Join our combine and obey its rules, or we'll starve you off the face of the earth." Puck.'1"-- It seems quite natural that the Fassett committee Bhould be investigating ike water" business in New York. Yonkers Statesman. The ancients believed that the whole earth was square, but then they had never had any : dealings with a traveling peddler. -Barling- J ton Free Press., k ''r: .mv Peocle who keep summer' boardinti houses are beginning to wonder by this time wheth er oity people really eat that way all the year round. Somerville Jonrnal: ' a She "If I will promise" to be year wife will you- love, honor and protect" He "Hold onl I can't promise to do that. I'm a free trader." Burlington Free Press. A philosopher says "woman is the Sunday of man." Man has also his weak days. One ot them is when he spends a day shopping with the Sunday of man. JN orris town tier aid. Somehow or other even a sensible man never wholly gets over his surprise because other people aren't so muoh interested as he is in the first photograph of his first baby. Somerville Journal. A wioked man has to be forced to pay his honest debts. Hir dishonest debts are called debts of honor and are paid voluntarily ac cording to a coda of honor among thieves. New Orleans Pioayune. Woman (who has given tramp some din ner) Do you not find these long summer days very hot! Tramp (yawning) They're glorious days for sleep, ma-am. Epoch. ... Man is awfully smart in soma things, but nobody hsa ever discovered one that could jam a hat pin clean through his head and make it come oat on tme other side,' as the women do. Danville Breeze. Teacher "Knipke, who reigned the earl ier, Titus or Vespasian!" Scholar "Titus." Ceacher "Miatake." Scholar (quiokly cor- Lreotine himself) "Vespasian." Teacher (sternly) "sueemiuer nas WMsparea mat to you again." Fliegende Blatter. Simperson "Bagley has 'sworn off from drinking, 1 near." Aiumiey -xes, ana ne has gone into politics. Saw him at a rally the other night shouting like a wild man for Cleveland and reform." Simperson "Then he is now, 'the man that cheers but not in ebriate. '"Boston Post. Master Boby's papa ia the happy owner of a hatching machine. The other day as tne former was watoning a ohiok energetically oreaung 11a way through its shell, he inquired: "I see how he gets out, but however did he go to wark to get in!" Judge. . An Observant Youth Pretty Cousin "And what are you going to do. Bob, when you grow up to be a man!" Bob "Oh. I mean to be a park policeman, and you shall be mv nurse." Cousin "But policemen don't have nurses, Bob." Bob "Oh, don't they, thoutjht That shows you've never been in the park." Life. . FBOiS A FUNERAL TO A DANCE. Drlvlnx Away Horrlfcle Impressions tr Witnessing; tha Franks er ftaateh eirla. After the Parsee funeral which I described in my last letter we were astonished to re ceive a little box bearing the addresses of all the Americans, writes a Bombay correspon dent of the Philadelphia Press, and upon opening it found there - wheaten oakee wrapped in tne rrean leaves ot uue dou, aua below, in the Hondoostanee langusge. an in vitation to be present at the funeral ceremo nies of a high Hindoo dignitary. It being extremely difficult to gain admission to the burning cemetery, we felt very fortunate, and in company wiux an lutciutjeu. oauve nroceeded to the house of death. The dead man was said to be one of the richest natives of India, and his palatial home bore all the evidences of his great wealth, but the funer al expenses oertainly did not exceed the amount paid by the family of the humblest citizen of America on similar sad occasions. The bodv. dressed in very plain white clothing, was laid on a bier in the draw ing-room ot tne residence, ana we were in vited to gaze on the features of the ' de ceased and, like the rest, sprinkle a few drops of water upon them. Being of a diffierent religion, we w&e given places on the outside of the' build ing. When the right hand of the corpse had been dipped into a chetty or peculiar shaped vessel filled, the liquid was passed around among the friends to partake of, and we lightly moistened oar. lips with it just for appearance's sake. This ceremony is said to Bid the participant in retaining the friendship of the deoeased when enter ing into eternal rest. . , After a little while the bodv waa carried to the Hindoo crematory, situated on the back bay, by eight of his friends and ce rjoeited on platform made of light woods and saturated with a peculiar oil. Two priests, having the three red marks of a high caste on tneir rareneaas, set nre to the pyre with the everlasting sacred light ke-ot bnrnine in the residence of the de oeased, and with the murmur of solemn ohanting prayers we watohed the body being-devoured by the fiery . names. The Widow took onarge ox tne lamp oy wnicn the funeral pvre bad been ignited and car ried it back to her home to return' with the eompanr on the following day, when the re maining ceremonies would be performed. It was said tnat an interval or some noura cau to take place to allow the oad spirits an op nortanitr to vtsw the remains of the dead and vent their anger, on the yet remaining soul if they wished. " '" . . . ----- As witnessing the horrible; details of the funeral above described had given suoh a somber and melancholy. oast to the -features and conversation of the Americans, the ob servant gentleman who acted as onr guide proposed that we return to the hotel, engage tha largest drawing-room, and he would see to it that the course of our thought was changed. His proposal 'was accepted, and the lighting of the lamps was the signal for a venerable loosing woman to enter, axmea With a reed instrument in the shape of a clarionet, sending forth a volume of sound that even Intense regard for the fair aex pre vents me from calling music- Shs marched around the room and' when again opposite the door whioh had admitted her, sounded aa it were a hernble war-note, and there ap peared a dozen damsels, whose liquid eyes were black as death, their long lashes of the same hue, their stature tall and their brows overhung with coins of gold, whioh glittered against the darkness of their hair.. - These damsels, onr guide explained, were the celebrated Nautoh or dancing girls of In dia.' They formed themselves into a group, taking positions like those in a quadrille, the musician (?) in the center, ' and the dancing commenced. They were all below the age of twenty, splendidly farmed and arrayed in long flowing robes of high color. - All wore around ' their arms and lower limbs one fourth inch thick silver and brass rings, not less than eight on each leg, causing the movements of thsir- bodies to be accompa nied by ' tinkling sounds, as if it were sleighing party. They performed an allegor ical, representation of a Hindoo courtship and subsequent marriage, with all the inci dents customary among people wounded by Cupid's dart. " The serpent-like elasticity of body which allows these women to 11 oat, as it seems, across the floor, and the graceful abandon with whioh they enter the pantomimio delin eation of the play they are performing, must be seen to- be appreciated, and language ap pears cold in a description. -One of them wore around her neck a rosary, and aa it is supposed that women of this class are devoid of all the pure attributes that distinguish the gentler sex in all portions of the globe to a greater or lesser degree, it canted won derment among the foreign spectators and investigation became necessary, ins rosary spoken of consisted of over one hundred small wooden beads the size of a collar but ton made of the holr basil, a low plant aa- xred to Sita, the wife of Rama. We were . told that this woman repeated scores or prayers as morning, noon and even ing, never less than seventy-five at any one time, in a ohanting, monotonous tone, whioh became shrill and piercing at the end of each prayer. The offer of five golden dollars for the article, whose intrinsio value waa not more than fifty cents, was scornfully refused, and the old hag who supplied themnaio in timated that .sure destruction Would befall the -dancers if the rosary was sold, lost or stolen. xnls emblem of devotion was be lieved to contain the only redeeming' quality wnicn wouia entitle tne oastaway females to a claim of protection of the gods when their race or lire nad been ran. . . I , The home of the dancers was at. Benares, ana tney were at .Bombay at tne spsoial de sire of a high English official who. had given a company or European noblemen, then tne ckv, an opportunity to see the . JNanton dancers, and we considered ourselves very fortunate in being able to view their peculiar art, the more so as it was claimed that they Were the most proficient in India, and en joyed a celebrity in that oountry equal to the tame of any renowned dancer In Europe. . V. Incredible" Cruelty. IFrom the Chicago Tribune ! Three short, blissful months had passed over the heads of Callithnmpian W. Maeru- der and his bride, and not a' cloud had dimmed the brightness -of their domestic sky. The angel of peace, hevered over their household its full ten hour a day, and-, the crioket .of connubial joy chirped contentedly about their hearthstone the rest of the time. There waa nothing the proud young husband thought a. task: if it gratified tbe slightest wish of his heart's idol or brought a smile to her lovely face. Time and again he had arisen in the dead ot night to drive some low-spirited oat off the premises, or to baths his head in rose water or diluted oarbolio acid if the odor of the cigars smoked in --his down-town office during the day was found to bave lingered about him. r ot her sake he had subscribed for four Boston maga zines, sold the most promising bull-terrier pup In tbe Seventh ward, joined a society for the advancement of ethical culture, anrt had determined with all his soul to get the hang of Browning or perish in tne attempt. The Fourth of July had come and fcon. "With bloodshot eyes Callithnmpian W. Ma- gruder sat at breakfast trying - with un steady hand to lift a cup of coffee to his lips. - "Darling," said the young wife, observ ing for the first time that her husband ap peared indisposed, "what is the matter with you! Are you ill!" "I I am rather rocky this morning, EI fleda," he responded, "but it will pass. I shall be all right again." "Callithnmpian," rejoined, the wife with that tender anxiety that leads woman heaven bless herl to minister to a siok man by trying to stuff him with food, "won't'you have some eggs and a larger piece of steak!" "Elfleda," was the reply, as he put up a trembling hand to ward off the proffered consolation, "I shall have to tell you what the trouble is. It will come out sooner or later at the coroner's inquest. You slept well last night of course!" "Certainly." "Overcome by the excitement of the day and the disturbed slumbers of the night before, your sleep was sound and dream less aa that of a tired child. You heard no noise down cellar in the middle of the night!" "I did not, Callithnmpian," replied El fleda, turning pale with apprehension. "Well, I did. It aroused me from a restless' and unquiet sleep, atfd without waking you I dressed my self quietly, seized a heavy'oane and stole softly down stairs. I found a man in the cellar do not start, Elfleda. He was a little, dried-np, with ered, insignifioant, sneak thief, not half as dangerous as a setting ben. He was helping himself to your finest eanned fruit. I lifted the little rascal out . of the , cellar on the toe of my shoe." "I am glad nothing worse happened, my love. But why aje you so unnerved! It ia all over now." , "No, it is not all overt" exclaimed . the husband, as he looked off into vacancy with a hollow-eyed, despairing gaze: "remorse is left!" "Remorse!" "Yes, bitter, gnawing, agonizing remorse I Listen! Before I kicked the thief ont I looked about for some means of inflicting s punishment upon him that he would remem ber, and a temptation from the evil one came into my mind. On a plate upon one of the hanging shelves was something you had prepared with your own hands "Yes, I remember, it was a pudding I made myself. Why " JSIneda, said tne Husband Hoarsely, as he looked at her in stony despair, "X made him eat that pudding!" Next If ear's Firecrackers Ordered. 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