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A NEW STYLE OF PA8SCN0EM CAH,
UliniiRcn Tlinl Will lit Mmtn In limnrn
On liter BnTrlr fur Trntilir.
Tho eoinpellllnti of tlu eastern rail
wnjn on jmwieiiKPr btmlnwi Inn becoino
liifftoly n qitpxtlciu of Uiim nnd ntlrnctivo
equipment. Itnlra liavo fallen to mi low
n liaiiln that tho public Imrdly expects
roiircMniis III thin (llrot'tloti except In
IhoIiiUmI fiiM'H The Corco of iiulillc
opinion, however, Is oonstnntly driving nt No. 11,033 nvenuo 8,
tho ronila to tlio adoption of mentis for lighting ferociously In
Jncrenatnu. tlio ninety ami comiort oi
travolors. Ono of tho most recent ln
Tontlons pointing to this end Is tho pass
enger car designed by Leslie P. Farmer,
recently tho general passenger ngont of
tlio Now York, Luko Erlo nnd Western,
and now the passenger commissioner of
tho Trunk Lino association. Tho novcHy
of tho Invention is tho substitution of
side openings in tho center of tho car
nnd tlio abolition of tho end platform
Tlio car ia entered through don bio
doors at tho center, tho oar door sill bo1
lug just nbovo tho platforms of stations,
while tlio steps up to the flobr of tho car
are wholly within it, and extend clobo
to tho alslo or passageway. Door open
ings at each end of tlio car aro provided,
but only for passage by vestibule from
ono car to another. The cars will bo so
close together that vestibules aro not
positively needed. Among tho advan
tages on tho sido of safety in tho now
stylo of car is that, with tho center Bide
doors closed, it will bo impossible to get
on or off tho car when it is in motion.
Tho riding of passengers on platforms
is impossible, nnd It Is not many months
sinco tho son of a well known merchant
was blown off n platform and killed
while attempting to go from one car to
another on a rapidity moving train. Tho
steps aro four feet wido, nnd tho cars
can bo moro easily omptied than in tho
caso of tho present stylo. As a rule, nino
men out of ton in a passenger car will
crowd to tho front exit in getting off,
oven if they thereby trnvereo a distance
of two-thirds of tho car's length.
With sido openings tho stream of pas
sengers pouring out would be directed
from ond to end toward the centre of tb.o
car, thereby facilitating tho emptying
of tho car with more comfort to passen
gers. The gradual rise of tho steps from
tho station level to tho floor of tho plat
form affords cbnvenienco to tho egress
of old and feeble persons nnd children.
Tho passage directly from tho covered
steps to tho station platform also enables
rain to bo nvoided, as it is impossible to
raise umbrellas when passengers on or
dinary cars, with open platforms on ench
sido, mako their exit, while the new in
vention ulso averts the danger involved
in tho slipporines8 by wet and ico which
ho open steps suffer from in rainy or
Not a small advantage maintained for
tho new car is that it shuts off the drafts
rendered necessary when in the ordinary
car tho brakeinen open both end doors
nnd yell out the names of stations in un
intelligible language. Brakemeu being
wholly within tho car, perhaps their an
nouncements may be more easily dis
tinguished. At least thoy will bo de
prived of tho excuse of saying that half
of their remarks wero blown by the wind
through their whiskers.
The steps and station platform will be
well lighted in the new car without a
special outsido light. The seating ca
pacity is also increased above that of the
common "car by two seats. Heaters,,
brakes, toilet rooms, etc., aro all inclosed
in the new Btyle. It is expected that
throe cars made after Mr. Parmer's de
sign will soon be placed for trial upon
ono of the branches of the Erie road.
New York Tribune.
tno iiuimoi funic hgu 'iiw m tie Rfi
Weeding lo dmlli ninl In emtld iml In
iwved. Thiv Mtfnk of tlio tnor lltllo
patient ns n "bleedur."
In noma fninlllcit Ihcto In nti Inherited
tendi'iipy to bleed pnitnly nt tlio Might
n't koi n tell, while n ninro corlnim wound
U hlinotf InvnHnbly ftitnl from Iom of
blood. Tin? Ilfo fluid dot tint iiwm
wirlly Ktli from tho wound until death
iiiMicfl, but every little nrtvry, vein Mid
i-nplltnry keeps weeping, witqilng, wonp
lug tho tiniest drops of blood until tho
Kj-idcni Is drained to its niurw. tho heart
nnd tho body is llfole.
About four weeks ago llltlo Clmrllo
LliitMrum, n crippled lad of M, was
limping along tho walk townrd his homo
Two nogs wero
tho street. Tho
Btronger bmto, a savngo bull dog, as tho
boy approached loosened his hold upon
his canine foo, nnd without nn Instant's
warning pounced upon tho little cripple
seizing his thigh with a firm grip. When
tho lad was rescued from the dog ho was
carried to his homo with n badly lacer
Tho father was out nt Seattle nt worlt,
so tho mother with her two littlo boys
was nlono. Not nwaro of tho fatal "or
ganization of her child, she npplleiVn
mother's remedy, and did nut call in a
physician until three days after tlio acci
dent, by which lime the limb wns swol
len terribly and still blecdliig.
Tho doctors did their best for tho boy,
but every morning when they dreased
the soro it showed no signs of healing,
and the blood was continually oozing
from tho wounds left by tho teeth of the
dog. Tho father was Bent for nnd ar
rived. Tho first of the week all hope
was given up, nnd on Monday night tho
doctors said tho littlo fellow couldn't
live through tho night. Out ho did, ami
in the morning ho seemed to rally a lit
tlo. Tho wound showed some signs of
healing, and tho mother is hopeful that
his lifo may bo spared.
Cases of the kind aro not numerous,
but aro sufficiently so to have received
tho name of "bleeders" from physicians.
In these cases, when once started by a
wound, tho blood can seldom bo checked.
It had been noticed in this lad nnd his
brother that tho slightest scratch bled
profusely, and other members of the
family had been near to death in a simi
lar manner from loss of blood. Minne
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Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
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COME AND SEE Ol'K IMMENSE VARIETY OI-" KaNCY NOVELTIES SUITABLE FOR
Year's Presents !
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A FINE AND VARIED ASSOIlTiMENT OF
Of every tlescription, which vc offer at uxlraonliinirj low prices.
Hand Painted Porcelain Placques,
In :t vaiioty of shapes and sizes, ami illustrated with a variety of subjects, among thorn Animals, Floweia,
Landscapes, etc., etc.
Hillr TTmbtinllnn 0 Hnnnn HTnnlrrTTnnn
b wii umurdiiab a rauuy mmw.
IN GUKA?' VARIETY, AT VERY LOW PRtCES.
gj Reimira of i.U kiudb
til short notice.
of Maohineiy done nl
reasonable rate and
Palaces of Vailoua ICIndi.
Away back in the misty past, when
the porcelain makers of China combined
ond erected their fct&ous "Palace of
Porcelain," they littlo thought of tho ex
iimplo they wre setting for coming gen
erations. Tho ico bound Russians first
took tlio hint, and erected tho first of the
"Ice Palaces," an example followed by
Montreal, Quebec, St. Paul .and other
boreal American cities, who thought to
boom their prospects by advertising tho
fact tq tho world at large that they were
situated within tho circle of the shadow
cast by the north pole. With a moro
practical oyo to business tho people of
the south erected the "Cotton Palace"
at Now Orleans, followed closely by tho
"Corn Palace" at Sioux City, la.
Sinco the last named uniqne erection
"palaces" have Bprung up all around,
like toadstools in damp weather. Ne
braska has her "Sugar Palace," Creston,
la., her "Hay Palace," Pueblo, Colo., her
"Mineral Palace," Ottumwa, la., a "Coal
Pulaco," and laBt but not least the "Flax
Palace" at Forest City, la,, in which nn
exhibition of tho resources of that sec
tion of the stato is now in progress. If
this "palace" business is carried much
further wo may soon expect to hear of
a "Gold Palace" on Wall street, nn
"Oyster Palace" on tho shores of tho
classic Chesapeake, or a "Yam Palace"
in Georgia. -St. Loins Republic.
A Spectral Proccslou.
On the evening of tho 21st of August
the passengers on ono of tho cars of tho
Mount Penn Gravity road were startled
by a sudden outcry from n man who
had been gazing fixedly np the moun
tain. "Thero is a hearse," ho cried, "and
a coffin!" Then in awestruck tones he
added, "It isaghostly funeral and means
deathl" Within twenty-four hours the
samo train,-in chnrgo of the same con
ductor, was hurled from tho truck and a
number of the passengers wero killed.
As a matter of fact what seems at
first to bo a pronounced ghost story has
a most substantial basis of troth, and n
number of people who were on tho train
on the night preceding the accident aro
willing to mako affidavits that thoy saw
tho ghostly procession. Nothing was
said of tho matter at tho time. Con
ductor Rottew, who was on both trains,
and who was killed on tho second night,
seemed to think that thero was some
thing in the so termed warning, as ho
particularly requested a number of those
who witnessed tho incident to say noth
ing about it. Now it is tho talk of the
town. Philadelphia Times.
Bobbed of His Wedding Outfit.
A man giving his name as William
Baldwin, from Bryant, Kan., was robbed
at Moberly, Mo., Sept. 24, of his valise
containing clothing in which he was to
bo married to a young lady at Neoga,
Dls. Tho thief deliberately walked to
the seat in the waiting room of thu
Wabash depot where he had seen Bald
win leavo the valise, and walked out
with it while the owner was at the west
door of tho building taking a look at tho
Later in the evening the stolen valise
was found near the fair grounds, with
tho wedding clothing and u few valu-.
able presents gone. Mr. Baldwin tele
graphed his intended in Illinois to post
pone the wedding until the next
day. Ho went to a storo in the city and
purchased another outfit foi the occa
sion, and wended his way to Illinois re
joicing. Cor. St. Louts Globe-Democrat
Duncluc; Men Only.
The proprietor of & hotel at Alleghany
Springs this season advertised to take
dancing young men nt a dollar a day, as
there wero so few young men to dance
with the young ladies. They came from
every quarter of tho land, and from
every occupation perhaps. When thoy
tired of tho ball they would go out on
the veranda to smoke. "Gentlemen,"
said tho proprietor severely, "you lire
hero to dance; go back to tho bull room,"
On ono occasion tho weather becaino
very cold. A distribution of blankets
wns made among tho full paying guests,
nnd thero was none left for the dancing
young men. They protested against the
treatment, and were loud in their com
plaints. "You aro hero to dance," said
tho proprietor, "and If you aro cold go
to the ball room. Thero you can worm
uo." Atlanta Journal.
DYING BY INCHE8. .
Cure to Avoid Cripples at Yale.
Tho football men at Yale aro going to
take care of themselves this year. It is
well known that accidents, whereby per
haps tho best players are "laid 'up," oc
cur in practice games. The rieyv con
trivance which will bo used is thus de
scribed: Each day before-practice the
line will be required to bind their ankles
and lower legs with rubber bandages,
and over the strengthening brace which
tills makes a stout leather casing Is
placed. The players are inspected be
fore practice to bo suro that no ono has
omitted this precaution. Tho arrange
ment us described seems bulky and
clumsy, but the device is said to be so
perfectly adjustable to the foot as uot to
hinder in tho least the'movements of the
iplayors. Buffalo Commercial.
A Natural Peeling.
1.1 fo of n Minneapolis loy Online Away
and Physicians llulplets.
In tho home of a carpenter in South
Minneapolis lies tho emaciated form of a
littlo invalid. His face is as pale as death
and ho cannot raise his hand for weak
ness. From the little body, drop by
drop, la oozing out his lifo blood, and no
human means can chock tho flow.
It is a sad thing to sit by tho bedside
of a child uhd fet-'o it dying by iucht'H and
bo unable to do u thing to liulp, That is
what tho mother of littlo Charlie Limb
strum has been doing for throe weeks,
'i'hu little boy'u life won diumuiicd of by
Kevunvd at Iust.
In bllu supreme, with Joy clato,
Ttioy stand tucro by the E"k" gata,
Tlio ) oiiIU'h Inside Will not dogs blto
That chslnlom roam nrouud at nlubtt
Is not at leant his memory son,
From trouble vrltb tutt brulo boforof
lie sevs the bout nlth open Jaws
A-urar him on the gravel uo.
A uaiilua yi'lp of kIoo -a blto;
Then howls of aiifc-uuh fill the nlliL
Thu ku lu bitter vW bcuuith
Thu steps lament his Lrokeii uth.
While safe at homo thu ; ouUi Uituuls
A IWUrvu hidden hi hU j.iuls.
Klujy rttx-noL Near Fort
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Shortly expected a
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to this trade.
iSyUoods warranted ns represented and
maikcd in plain (inures. -a
His Aunt What a lovely babyl And
the living imago of his father.
Littlo Elbridgo Say, mother, every
body always said that I took after pop.
Now, if that pudgo faced loboter looks
liko him, too, they's a big mistako some
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
M. A. Seed Dry Plates !
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Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carls,
AV ur .VIUHT.
Proprietors. Illlo, Hawaii.
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Kurulndifc Musleul lunmuuMits neatly
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Machines anil ropulilni; of nil KIiiiIh a
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Pastry CooL and Baker.
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