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THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE CITY. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. L. NEW HAVEN, CONN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1882. Price Four Ceiil. Adam Co. There Must Be Semetblng In It Our sales of Men's Furnishing Goods and Underwear hava Increased Fifty Per Cent, in the last year. How has it been done 1 Not by extravagnt and sensational advertising. Sot by catch-penny "bargains. "has been done b keeping a larger variety of g ode ; by pergisently refnsli g to bny anything bnt merchandise of the most reliable quality ; by unremitting exert one to secure always the best possible value that money, sb 111. experience and wide connections could command ; and by working for as small a prone as any dealer m eanicg to pay a hundred cents on the dollar can afford to take. J. N. Adam & Co. K.eep Up the Quality Iherepntation of our store for the quality of our LADIES' KID GLOVES la something to be P and It has Z value to us that we oanuot afford to rik Impairing by putng In S'oek anytbj s "'y five tatlsf tlon, even If ny doing so we could make a show of lower prices. Our standard lines of Button, Hook, and Mo isquetaire Gloves we have not y. t seen equalled at the respective prices, and the occasional job lots thrt weidvertl as speoial bargains are mver faulty nor defeotive 8d- e have much pleasure in driug attention to this department, as w. are at present able to show an unusually fine line of goods in it. J. N. Adam & Co. Slexe tlie Opportunity The warm weather which lasted np to the middle of Novembsr caused a serious depression la the market on most woolen goods, but especiall. on BLAKE r8, and we were able to take advantage of this to buy at extremely low prices. Our customers will get the advantage of it, as we bought pretty freely and desiring a ,uiok return marked rue gooas wua a merely nominal prom J. N. Adam & Co. A Few Special Items An unusually good Bellou's BLAOK SILK at $2 a yard. An exceptional lot (a few pieces only) of a 41 Inch mtcK CiHMhRIi at 75c; this is of our regular make that w. hava sold for eight years an i have never seen beaten, nt these fe p eces wre obtained under peculiar circumstances at lass than the regular price. They axe perfect. A lot of FODI E DKE-HJ F1.ANNBL8 at 37jc., out of sight bftter v.lue than any thing (we make no exception) offerel In Ne Haven np to this time It is mnrh heavier and better goods than lately sold elsewhe e at that price Cartw right & Warner's fine English UNDERWEAR for gentlemen A line of KMBROIDEKE'.l FLANNtiLS tirade Bpecially to eur erar. HEAVY TWILLEfl 10-4 COTTON SHEfcTING. New patterns in CRETONNES. J. N. Adam & Co. Kemember also Flannels. Cioaltiiags. Knit Goods. Ladies' Jerseys. Canton Flannels. Adam Co. LEADERS IN Money refunded where Goods prove unsatisfactory, GREAT REDUCTIONS IN 7 From now until ike first of .January -we shall offer an entire line at greatly reduced prices. a CHAPEL STREKT. WE MAKK PAIRS PANTS PER WEEK. we have 500 different styles to select from. Also a full line of the best Merchant Tailoring Goods at popular prices. Li H. FREEDMAJST, ) GHUEOH STREET. X. B. Pants made to order at six nours notice if requisite. ma3i NOVELTIES III HECKWEAR ! We are now ready to show ine Latest and Largest Stock of NECKWEAR tn this alty Prices Low. Be rars to call, Mori is Brenner. GENTS' Farnlialng Store, No. 345 State Street. CAPSICUM COUGH DROPS, XAjnTTAOTTTCZD BY E. H. DOUGLASS & SONS, NEW HAVEN. CONN., Are the result of over forty 1 years experience in cob. , pounding Cough remedies. Try them for COUGHS. CQLDS & SORE THROAT For sale by loading re tail Confectioners, Drug gists and Grocers- Ik THE Ileal Estate Record, .wo. 3, is out for November. Copies can be had free of charge at the Real Estate Office of HORACE P. HOADLEY, 2 Hoadley Building, 49 Church Street. Office open evenings. no3 Mrs. J. Isabella Wilbur's GRAND FALL AND WINTER OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE Wednesday and Thursday, October 11th and 12th, AT HER PARLORS. NO. S oeL STREET. The raiea or new Haven are cordially invited. KO OABDS. oco For the Holidays ! Celluloid Seta, Cut Glass Bottlea, Perfu mery, dec., a.t Apothecaries' Hall, SOI Chapel Street. a. 'Kxyicn THE HARTFORD Steam Boiler Inspection and insurance i onipaiiy Issues Policies of Insnrancii sifter Careful Inspection of the Boiler, Covering all Lots or Damage to Boilers, Buildings or Machinery, arising from Steam Boiler Explosions. J. M. ALLEN, President. WU. B FRANKLIN, Vice-President. J. B. PIER1E, Secretary, jjrsmclk Office of the Hartford Steam Boiler In spection and Insurance Company. W. O. LISEBUKGH, General Agent, ecfiO 2m Drldireport, Conn. Circulating: Library I Recent additions: Doctor Jay, Nobody, RoMn, Tleurette, A Modern Instance, Eight Hundred Lea gues . n the Amazon, Part 1st ; Cryptogram Part II ; Sari Wayne's Nobi ity. Pride and Passion, Kin ley Hollow. Anne, Leone, Gnerusdale. Guy Klvers, vice Versa. Yemassee, Vasconsellos, Braxtou Bar, Sharli g Her Crime. ICc i,er week, cards $1. three tuouths U.S0. one year $4. The best help fnrnishe 1 as usual ' L. B. BAkTHOi OMKW. ooQ5 7ft Orange street. M CL AIRVOTANT. BS. J. A. WRIGHT, 98 Orange Street, New Ha ven. Hoars from V e. m..lo m, apu aejw ClerBymen and Doctors. Lawyers and Merchants, Manufacturers and Mechan ics, assert mat me " sEielimiw- Painl Shirt !" Is tha most perfect fitting and comfortable shirt they ever wore. It can be had in all sizes from 13$ to 13 incn necK, lor unts uuiiak, only in amis city or T. P. Merwln, Sole Arent for N ew llaven. URlce (a.t llesldence). No. W t'ollege Street Postal jrc'erh receive prompt attention. no 17 CATARR W ATarrh colo 'tin Ely Cream Balm Effeotnally oleanse. the nasal passages of Catar rhal Virus, causing healthy seoretlons,allays inflammation, protects the niet brane from ad ditional colds, complete ly heals the sores and re stores the sease of tante and smell. Beneficial results are realized by a rew applications. A thorough treatment will cure datarrh, Hay Fever, &o. Uneq aled for colds in the head. Agreeable to nee. Apply by the little finger Into the nos trils. Will deliver by mall 50o. a paokage postage stamps. Sold by wholesale and retail druggists. ELK'S CREAM BALM CO., Oswego, N. Y. o27 eod wly MILLS & MARSDEN, Attorneys and ConnpelXors at lawa 308 Chapel Street, Miichell's Ballding, COMMISSIONERS OF DEED8,for New York, Mas sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Seorgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, California, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, Minnesota, Ohio, Louisiana, &o. Collections made in all parts of the United States.at lowest rates, through reliable correspondents, fflf Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 7 YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner Chapel and State Streets, Notary Public. New Htven, Conn. aptf E. ARVINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 11, 69 Church St. Booms 9 and vuie PEARL"S BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION. XXT-j, oi- "i A pearl y -white Bemi-transpar-T lUitlt J-ent and elastic fluid, liaving a remarkable affinity for the skin. The only article yet known to Chemistry that will penetrate the ekln -without injury, decolorize ail spots, and effectual ly remove the various faults of the complexion. What it does:Spn Moth-patches, Black Worms, Imparities and die. colorations of every kind, either within or tipon the skin. It renders tlie skin pure, clear, healthful and brilliant, creating a complexion which is neither artificial nor temporary, but at once beautiful and permanent in its beauty. T-4- j gialmost instantly) Sunburn, Prick XL lylUXSy Heat, Chopped, Rough, or Chafed Skin. In fact its results upon all diseases of the skin are wonderful. It neverails. USE ALSO PEARL'S WHIT: GLYCERINE SOAP. Hmafes the skiu so soft and white. SA PEARL'S WHITE rHoV GLYCERIIVE CO. VTO O. , - 1. 1. (Ill ..u ,V , ( I I E. rSeW Haven ft. 2 COM. WIRE WORKS, 211 Water Street, CORNER SVATE, Wire Flower Stands for $2, former price $. Galvanized Ash Sifters, 10 cents. Spark Guards, Nursery Fenders of brass or tin ned Wire to order, at low prices. Speak to us by telephone and we will call and meas nre for Spark Guards or Fenders. sel3 WASSm Sigrist & Co.'s Wine Jellies. sii Varieties for Pamilr Use. Pori. Madeira, Angelica. Flam in er Tokay. Golden Tokay, Dry Muscat. Oilbert & Thompson, ap- 3Q4rC;h.apel Street. 1 8 3 eB q u n . cs f - s 1 IS CD O a Sf28 55 O Lj ,2 '2 M OQ a 1 1 So Stoves andRang1 es Plaase take notice tbat I am seliing- Self - Feeding Stoves from $10 upwards. Ranges from $13.00 up wards. Furnaces now on hand below cost to close out. 314 AND 316 STATE ST. no6 Sear Chapel Street. New Haven. Scollops. FIRST OF THE SEASON. Hard and Soft Crabs, Salmon, Blneash, Striped Baas, Sea Bass, Halibut, Swordnsh, etc., at i CHARLIE AtUEU'ri, !9 Chnrrb Street, opp. Postofflee. Redcliffe Restaurant, 400 & - 02 Chapel. & 64 Temple. G. 8. BAKK.ENTIN. ProDrietor. Strictly a First-class Establishment M ."SJ S. a. 19 g) - s Cafe Cliiswicls, t AO unapni rreer. Kirt-Clas l'a.ll Board for Students BREAKFAST 7:30 to 9:0 iujnuh 1:00 to 2:i DINNER :oo to 7:: ool7 tf O. S. BARKENT1N, Proprietor. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, COMFORTABLES. EIDER DOWN CLOTHS. THE BEST VAIiUES IN Dress Goods. Silks. Velvets. Plushes. THE BEST VAX.I7ES IN II&iBxl-iii&de Worsted Garments. For Ladies, Children and Infants. THE BEST VAXiUES IN THE BEIT VAIiUES IN THE BEST VALUES IN THE BEST VALUES IN HAY-FEVERl Fruit Olaces and Staffed Prunes. fTMHE anest confections In market. New season's JL goods Just arrived, nol8 EDW. E. HALXi & SON. 57 59 & 61 range St. FURNITURE DEALERS -ASS- UNDERTAKERS, HAVE the finest Painted Bedroom Suites in the city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Suites. The best Spring Bed for the money. Splint, Rattan, Gane and Rush Seat Ohalra,ln'great variety, as low as can De oougnt UNDERTAKING Promptly attended to, night or day, with ears. Bodies preserved without loe in the best manner, Also sole agents for Washburn 'a deodorizing aj Disinfecting Flnid. A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent fo parnes or rnnerais. joia R. G. IIUSSJELlL, AilCIIITKCT, 3 rii.nnl 8i-.t. SJ'r HSLYaiw EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. BO OOK of account opened or closed. Aooonnts ad- JLP justed. Notarial business attended to at rooms ot Yale iJuslnoss Uollege by GEORGE SHERMAN, tf Hnnm 7. TTimirance BTjildina?. Florida Oranees. WE are receiving r. gular aid direct shipments of this fruit, quality fine. Families, hotels ana the trade supplied. nol8 EDW. E. HALL & SON. s. At 50c. ever sold by any house in New England The Best Stock and Best Values in all kinds of LACES AND MADE UP LACE GOODS. Shown in Connecticut. The Largest Stock and Best Assortment of Ladies and Children's Outside Garments, Of every Decscription, outside of New York and Boston. ON MONDAY MOKNING, Nov. 20, We shall be prepared to offer exceptional values throughout our entire store, and we respectfully invite comparison and inspection. PROCTOR GR mm s & 317, 319, 321 Chapel Street, no20 NEW HAVEN, CONN. Should You Tumble INTO Oak Hall, AND STRIKE US FOR AN OVERCOAT ! 1L Ml III h DOLMANS, AND Fur Si am Plush Lined GABMENTS rrVr,..rorI.tleOe, N AJL QRAQES. ALSO you will make the hit of the season. Style, Fit and Finish. Tie Perfectioii of Artistic Skill, Fabrics of Dome and For eign Production. The General Appearance TREADVELL Seal acques, In All Sizes, only at Stevens & Brooks, 273 nAPL ST. no!4 lp THE QUINTESSENCE OF GENTILITY. iwson-si PLEASE DROP IN. 10RT01&0. 442 State Street, IB the plaos to buy Vina Old Coffees, roasted fresh and ground to order. . &Choioe Tea a specialty. Pare Sploos by weight. A. E. Dawson, Agent. Btavte Street, next door to entrKclOJr WMtlaosi Ilomse. No. 85 Church Street H018M NEW IIAVBN. Gray Kock Salt. We offer to the trade two thousand bushels old fash ioned Rock Salt, to arrive coastwise, and due Mon day, November 18th. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Srocers and Importers, no8 33 to 39 State Street. Journal anb Courkr. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY OAKKINGTON & CO., Ho. 4:00 State Street, Courier Balldimg JOHN B, OABBrNQTOS. IDVABO X. OAB3XROTOX. JOHS B. OABBINQTOK, SU Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1882. SUNDAY 'OVER. THE RHINE." The Democrats of Ohio professed to be much incensed by the assertion of their po litical opponents that Democratic success meant "free rum and no Sunday," but some things which have happened eince the elec tion in that State show that the assertion had a foundation in truth. On Sundays now all the theatres and saloons in the "Over the Rhine" district of Cincinnati are open. The municipal law is unchanged, but it is openly defied upon the assurance that the election was against it and officials who will not en force it are put in power. In this 4 Over the Ehine" district, where the German idea of Sunday license is dominant, there are the atres, where an amusement, whioh is in it self harmless, is provided for the day, and beer gardens and drinking saloons, where Oerman families can and do congregate without other injury than from the habit itself. But it is also true that the majority of the theatres open on that day are "dives" of the lowest class, and where amusement that directly panders to vioe is the chief en tertainment, and that the greater portion of the saloons are open and filled for the gross er purposes of intoxication. The Germans, who voted in Ohio, as in this State, with the Democrats, see no harm in public drinking and amusement on Sun day, and it is but fair to say that they, as a rule, conduct their Sunday drinking and amusement with moderation and sooial re straint. But as a writer in the Providence well says : The Germans in the States expose themselves to as well as injure the rest community by insisting upon their national customs and privileges among a people whose notions of virtue they contradict, and to whose habits they are injurious. They may expect that the future of the United States Is to be entirely Germanized, and that what ever harm there may be from the introduc tion of their peculiar views will be entirely temporary, or at least worth the cost of the introduction of wiser and more liberal cus toms. Or they may be entirely indifferent and careless of what may be the effects of their laws and habits upon American society, so long as they can gratify their own indul gence or maintain their own independence. This, however, is not the aspect in which the question will present itself to the Ameri can people, who are yet in the majority, and who, while they may have no desire to inter fere with individual liberty of habit and con science, and would not govern their legisla tion by their religious views, have yet the right to consider what is best for social order and governance, and to insist that individual wishes or national customs shall not inter fere with them to the palpable harm of the community. Journal United danger of the bringing KDlTUKlAXi NOTES. A New Jersey paper with the motto, ' 'Young men to the front, ' ' nominates Robert T. Lincoln, of Illinois, and William Walter Phelps, of New Jersey, for President and Vice President in 1884. The attorney general of New York has given his opinion that parsonage buildings, even If standing on the same lot as the churches that they belong to, are liable to taxation, and are not exempt under the law whioh exempts churohes. The time is prob ably not far distant when all church proper ty in this country will be taxed. There are at present no colored teachers in the Baltimore publio schools, but an effort to open the way for colored children to have teachers of their own color is being made. Several colored applicants have passed the examinations and received certificates to teach, but a vacanoy by death or resignation has not yet given them a chance. A petition is in circulation, signed by members of both parties, asking the school board to afford the colored teachers a fairer opportunity. The Committee of One Hundred, which has done so much to reform abuses in the municipal government of Philadelphia, will probably disband after the eleotion next Feb ruary. Chairman Field believes that its work will then be finished, as it has awakened the people to a sense of their duty in regard to city affairs and aided them in overthrow ing the corrupt rings that hare preyed upon the taxpayers. It is probably the most suc cessful committee of the kind ever formed in this country. The affairs of the City of Glasgow bank have at last been settled. Every penny of ts indebtedness has been paid. The sum total reached the enormous amount of $55, 000,000. Of this nearly half has been paid out of the private means of the unfortunate stockholders. What little is left is now in the hands of a company formed for the. pur pose, to be managed in the interests of the few remaining solvent stockholders. Most of the stockholders, who were liable to the full amount of their property, have been ruined. whole population vote, and if the women be have themselves on this point, "we will see what next is to be done." According to the correspondent of an Eng lish trade journal, it is a mistake to suppose that fruit is absolutely necessary to the man ufacture of preserves. He describes a visit to a large jam-producing factory, in which he found that the work was being bravely carried on without the aid of fruit at all. Jams of various kinds were being produced before his eyes ourrant, plum, apricot, strawberry, raspberry and gooseberry. Yet neither currant, plum, strawborry, apricot, raspberry, nor gooseberry was in the build ing. Turnips served the purposes of the fruit. The flavoring matter was extracted from coal tar, and the resemblance to rasp berry and strawberry jam was further pro duced by mixing the bailing compound with small seeds from some e'.ioap innocuous herb. A compound of sugar is used, and this is the only honest ingredient of the mess. These preserves are offered as made from "this sea son's fruit." It is claimed by managers of the telephone in this country that the wires will not work well underground, but to this claim can be opposed the fact that they do work well un derground in England. Manchester has four hundred miles of telephone wire thus placed, and conversation can be easily carried on through seventy-six miles of it. If the same wires were put above ground, exposed to the induction currents or leak age which occur there, the average conversational distance would probably not exceed twenty miles. In Manchester the tendency to a loss of the electris current is overcome by a simple expedient. wo wires, forming a complete circuit, are brought close together, one being twisted round the other. Any disturbing influence is felt by each of the other wires as the current traverses the one and returns by the other. The effect is a neutralization of the disturbing power. Twioe the amount of wire is needed for this purpose as for the single line system. And herein lies the real and only valid objection of the telephone companies to the adoption of this or any other underground plan. EXHIBITED. An Alabama editor winds up an editorial on the corn crop with the remark: "We have on exhibition in our sanctum a pair of magnificent ears." Exchange. A New York man lost $75,000 worth of art treasures by the burning of his residence a few days ago. He will have to purchase a great many pounds of tea before the loss is made up. Iforrutown Herald. Teacher "Define the word excavate." Scholar "It means to hollow out." Teacher ' 'Construct a sentence in which the word is properly used." Scholar "The baby ex cavates when it gets hurt." Waifs. A skeleton of a new species of extinct birds was lately found near Itheims. It is thought to have been an aquatic, fowl, and was at least ten feet high. What weather they must have had with goose bones of that size in those days ! Lowell Courier. A youthful aspirant to poet's honors, whose maiden attempt bore the title of "Simply to Thy Cross I Cling," was struck dumb with horror when it appeared in the next weekly edition of the town paper under the title ot "Simple Little Crosa-Eyed Thing." Detroit free Press. Giddy Miss Bass : A fat bass was siwmming around with her plump young daughter one day, when a hook, temptingly baited, was dropped before their noses. "There's a good dinner for us," whispered Miss Bass, as she started for the bait. "Hold on, my child," cautioned the mother. "The bait is tempt ing, but beware of the hook which it con ceals." "Oh, I'll risk that." "It will be the death of you. Take a mother's advice and hunt for frogs." But the giddy young thing could not be convinced, and taking ad vantaee of the first opportunity she rushed forward and grabbed the bait and Moral You may think the fisherman caught her, but he didn't. He fished all that afternoon and didn't get even a bite Detroit Free Press. Only a woman's hair, felndlng the now to the past. Only a siugle tbread, Too frail to last. Only a woman's hair Threading a tear and a sigh. Only a woman's hair Found to day in tha pis. The Pursuit of Beauty. The Norwich Bulletin thinks that inasmuch as the 2,000 or more people who attended the sacred concert given in this city Sunday evening violated the law just as much as those who were arrested did, it is hard to see why at least a few of them were not also ar rested. "It may be said," sajs tha Bulletin, "that the singers are most to blame, because no one would attend if they didn't sing. But on the other hand, they would aever sing if no one attended. Therefore, on the same reasoning, the audienoe are chiefly to be blamed and ought to be first punished." The Tariff commission, which traveled about the country a few months ago, did not make a very good impression, but it appears to have been a costly affair. The auditor of its bills says that they are sure to attraot at tention by the unnecessary expenses of al jsorts incurred by the commission, the ex posure of which is sure to provoke criticism. No one has been allowed t see the bills yet, but it is said that the commission has laid itself open to charges which shook even the Treasury offloials. Among them are said to be $6,000 for eleven people at a Long Branch hotel, and other items to correspond. It is promised that in a few days the whole matter will be made publio. Rev. Joseph Cook, who has just returned to this country, has, of course, some views concerning political affairs here. He would not be surprised if General Butler were eleot ed President in 1884. But he says a new party is coming into existence and the pre diction is not improbable that the next Pres ident may give us a regenerated and purified republicanism. He wants five guarantees for the safety of the suffrage : "First, a high toned newspaper press, independent of pur ties ; second, a thorough going common scnooi system ; tnira, an aggressive, omni. present church ; fourth, civil service reform in its best shape ; fifth, compulsory suffrage.'' He would not take the suffrage from those who have it, but he would form a law com pelling every man who could read and write to vote. He is not a woman suffragist, but on the question of local option on temper ance matters he would he glad to lave the How Women Cultivate It on Hygienic Principles, Fllnln( Ronge to tne Winds. From the Courier-Jonrnal. It is now the fashion to be healthy. It has taken many generations of women and ages of experiments with cosmetics to convince the world that health is after all the only beautifier. Bouge and carmine are r piJly falling into disrepute, and are regarded as defunct barbarisms, whose eternal condemna tion is the common interest of humanity. It must be confessed that Louisville women will enjoy a peculiar acvantage in this abandon ment of artificial beautiiiers While admit ting that Louisville has as much female love liness to the square inch as any city in the United States, it must also be admitted that the barbaric instincts of her women have been only too apparent in the disposition to paint things a little too red. A woman who "makes up" dares not appear on the street or elsewhere without her war paint, and as dispatch Is sometimes more urgent than acouraoy, her toilet is not always made with equal care, and there are one or two cases on record where carmine was mistaken for Egyptian black, and vice versa, and the Ori ental eyebrow, which had been her ambition, showed up in terra cotta, and the facial ap erture that should have represented Cupid's bow, was suggestive of nothing so much as blackberry pie. The woman of to-day is ambitious to be ' healthy, first, because nothing is so conducive to a pleasant mental condition and that unin terrupted flow of animal spirits and sparkling vivacity that tell so well in social circles as health ; and second, because there is nothine like a good digestion to keep old age at bay and stave off that time so dreaded by every woman when at last The hateful crow shall tread The cornerB of her eyes. Beauty is power ; even knowledge comes into its presence with uncovered head, and no one can realize this so fully as the woman to whom nature has been chary of attrac tions. Some books have recently appeared whioh advooate the cultivation of beauty on the above sound principles, and directions are given for the modus operandi in all the minor details, which finally consolidate in a brilliant and truly enviable ensemble that is not only satisfactory for toe time being, but is warranted permanent, when onoe acquired They maintain, for instance, that all the skin wants is leave to act, and it tafios care or it self. In the matter of baths, a plunge in ice cold water is not recommended, as it requires a woman of iron constitution to endure it, and where a hot bath is used it should come before retiring, as there is less danger of taking cold, and the bony, be ng weakened by the ablution, has need of rest. It is well to use a flesh brush, and afterward rinse off the soapsuds by briskly rubbing the body with a pair of coarse toilet gloves. The most important part of a bath is the drying. Every part of the body should be rubbed to a flow ing redness, using a ooarse crash towel at the finiBh. If sumcient friction cannot be given. a small amount of bay rum, applied with the palm of the hand, will be found emoacious. Ladies who have ample leisure and who lead methodical lives take a plunge or sponge bath three times a week and a vapor or sun bath every day. To facilitate this very bene fioial practice a south or east apartment is desirable. The lady denudes herself, takes a seat near the window, and takes in the warm rays of the sun. The effect is both beneficial and delightful. When the day is sunless recourse is had to a vapor bath, which is equally efficacious, but less agreeable. To effect this a purgatory is improvised by means of a spirit lamp, a perforated ottoman or willow rocker, and a large woolen blanket, that is tucked round her securely to prevent the heat from escaping. It is said this can not be endured for more than thirty minutes at a time, and that it so vividly recalls some prophecies relating to a possible future state that it induces severe introspection, and is almost as effective for devotional as for hy- gienio purposes. spirits, and if it is desirable to increase their brightness, this may be done by dashing soapsuds into them. Always rub the eyes, in washing, toward the nose. Many contend that a free use of soap turns the skin yellow, and some go so far as to declare that a too frequent application of water is injudicious. Some prefer treating the hands, neck and face with an ointment of glycerine, rubbed dry with chamois skin. This is said to be attended with the most satisfactory results, and there is a story abroad just now concern ing a young woman who has not washed her face for three years, and is always clean, rosy and kissable. But she has come to grief, and her experience ought to be a lesson to every woman of sound mental condition. In a moment of gushing confidence, such as at times will attack even the best regulated women, she gave her secret away to her lover, and subsequently received a note from him stating that he could never reconcile his heart and his manhood to a woman who could get along without washing her face. Less rouge is being used every year. The face is more thoroughly rubbed or brushed with wet and dry brushes, and whenever a lady gets a chance she may be caught pinching her colorless cheeks, a very harmless and quite effectual means of making the roses bloom. If the eyebrows are inclined to spread ir regularly, pinch the hairs together where thickest. If they show a tendency to meet, this contact may be avoided by pulling out the hairs every morning before the toilet. The dash of Orientalism in costume and lace now turns the lady's attention to her eyelashes which are worthless if not long and drooping. Indeed, so prevalent is the desire for this beautiful feature that hair dressers and ladies' artists have scores of customers under treatment for invigorating their stunted ejelaBhes and eyebrows. To be sure, for evening a lady can manufacture a magnificent article with a cravon of Egyptian black or a common match, if driven to an exigency, and on the street a Brussels vail will cover a multitude of facial errors ; but when it comes to an after dinner reception or a lunch party the genuine article or a very good counter feit is necessary. To obtain these fringed curtains anoint the roots with a balsam made of two drachms of nitric oxide of mercury mixed with one of leaf lard. After an appli cation, wash the roots with a camel-hair brush dipped in warm milk. Tiny scissors are used, in which the lashes are carefully but slightly trimmed every other day. When once obtained, refrain from rubbing or even touching the lids with the finger nails. There is more beauty in a pair of well kept eye brows and full, sweeping eyelashes than peo ple are aware of, and a very unattractive and lustreless eye assumes new beauty when it looks out from beneath elongated fringes. Instead of putting cologne water upon the handkerchief, which has come to be consid ered a vulgarism anions ladies of correct taste, the perfume is spent on the eyebrows and lobes of the ears. If commenced in voutb. thick lips may be reduced by compression, and thin, linear ones are easily modified by suction. lnis draws the blood to the surfaces, and produces at first temporary and later permanent luna tion. It is a mistaken belief that biting lips reddens them. The skin of the lips is very thin, rendering them extremely susceptible to organic derangement, and if the atmosphere does not cause chaps or parchment, the result ( sucn barsn treatment will develop into swelling or the formation of sears. All hands cannot be made beautiful, but all can be well kept, lied hands may be over come by soaking the feet in hot water. If the skin is hard and dry, use tar or oat meal soap, saturate them with glycerine and wear gloves in bed. They should never oe put in hot water, and should be washed no oftener than is necessary. There are dozens of women with soft, white hands who do not put them in water once a month. ituoDer gloves are worn in making the toilet, and they are cared for by an ointment of glyce rine, and rubbed dry with chamois skins or cotton flannel. Much of the beauty of the hand is attached to the nails. They should be filed, never cut, and by no means bitten. t rim them low on the corners and around the anex, never straight aoross. Use a stiff brash, plenty of soap and ammonia, and clean them with a toothpick or dull ivory instru ment made for tbat purpose. Most or toe poorly kept nails are so because a knife or scissors have been inserted under the nails, and the skin being punctured, has not been allowed to heal. To keep a well proportion ed nail, loosen the flesh all around by run ning the instrument under the skin. If the lingers lack the proper taper use nail t tum bles, or bind the flesh in with fine silken threads. The nails should be polished with emery, or brought to a glow by friotion. Tnero are many dangerous and cunning devices for brightening the eyes, but it is a practice more largely indulged in than most people are aware of. Belladonna is still used, and mauy giddy young women, and some older ones, too, will risk their sight to obtain that fascinating brilliancy by insetting a dror) of bitier almouds or placing a tumbler of water fumigated with prussio acid near the eye for a few moments. Some squeeze lenon juice on the sclerotic, others trip off to a party after a dram of French brandy or a teaspoonful of ether. A harmless recipe consists of loaf sugar saturated with camphor or cologne, and eaten just before entering tne ball room. A Ileal Wild Alan. From the Halley (la.) Times. Two cowboys who just came in from Ca mas Prairie relate an experience which will probably go a great way toward reestablish ing the popular faith in the wild man's tra dition. On the first day of this month two cowboys, searching for cattle lost in the storm, passed over some lava crags aud were startled by suddenly seeing before them the form so often described to them. They were so terrified that they sat upon their horses looking at it in dread. Mustering courage and drawing their revolvers they dismounted and gave chase, but the strange being skip ped from crag to crag as nimbly as a moun tain goat. After an hour's pursuit both young men were so completely worn out that they both laid down, Beeing which the wild man gradually approaohed them and stopped on the opposite side of a gorge in the lava, from which point he regarded the cowboys intently. The wild man was considerably over six feet in height, with great muscular arms which reached to his knees. The mus cles stood out in great knots and his chest was as broad as that of a bear. Skins were twisted about his feet and ankles and a wolf skin about his waist. All parts of his body to be seen were covered bv long black hair, while from his head the hair flowed over his Shoul ders in coarse, tangled rolls and mixed with a heavy beard. His face was dark and swar- thv and his eves shone brightly, while two tusks protruded from his mouth. His fin gers were the shape of claws, with long, sharp nails, and he acted very rauoh as a wild animal which is unaccustomed to seeing a man. The boys made all kinds of noises, at the sound of whioh he twisted his head from side to side and moaned apparently he could not eive them any "back talfc:" so. wearying of eyeing him the two boys fired their revolvers, whereupon the wild man turned a dotible summersault and jumped fif teen feet to a low bench and disappeared growling terribly as he went. It is supposed that this is the same appari tion that has so often been seen before. The man, no doubt, does as the Indians did for subsistence and lives on camas roots, which grow wild by acres, and no doubt kills young stock, as ruanv vearlincs and calves disap, pear mysteriously and nothing but skeletons of them are ever round. One of the most useful articles of the toilet is a bottle of ammonia, and any lady who has once learned its value will never be without it. A few drops in the water takes the place of the usual amount of soap, and cleans out the pores of the skin as well as a bleach will do. 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