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I A. I A. . A. vtf $6per Year.T 4j ram 3c. per Copy. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. THE CABRINGTON PUBLISHING CO. THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE. 1 ' : . : - Vol. L Villi V NEW HAVEN, CONK, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1890. No. 242 AW ' n v H mrif mt ir tit rtf sir xyxyy v wv groulsioixs, c. BEAD AITO -P0OER. S8o HOC 28c 25o 85c SOo If Yon Arc In Want of Selected Creamery Butter A Choice Table Butter Freah Laid Country Eggs Eggs f of Everybody New Crop Green and Black Tea Fresh around Coffee Jo to Bond's Butter and Tea Warehouse; 34 Churcli Street. A full line of Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees constantly on hand. All goods delivered tree within a radius of 10 miles. CROP AND JAPAH TEAS. OOLOIfr We oiler fine to choicest Oolong Teas, "Crane" chop, Just received by 8. S. "Port Fairy" Also especial bargain in Japanese. STODDARD, KIMBERU . CO., 213 and 215 Water Street., NEW HAVEN, CONN. DOYOUWANT Home Fattened and Home Slaughtered BEEF? IT CAN -AT- WELLS & GUNDE, To-vcoloxre. No. 788 Chapel Street. A URGE LINE V SOLID SILVER and SILVER PLATED WARE. . Repairing of Watches and Jewelry A SPECIALTY. -' THE ONNY JEWELER In New Haven who man factures WEDDING and DIAMOND RINGS on the premises is J. H. Q. DURANT, 40 and 114 Church street. MARTIN COOPER Repairer and Adjuster of Fine Watches At Moderate Prices. B93 Chapel Street. New Haven. faints, lst tc. THE FORSYTH DYEING LAUHDRYIHG CO., Leading Establisment of Its Kind IN THE STATE. We have unexcelled facilities and give the best work obtainable In the following lines: DTEIRe Hen's Suits and Overcoats, Dresses, Wraps, Silks, etc. TLAITNNDRiriNG Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Fancy Underwear, Dresses, etc. CLEANING Gents' and Ladles' Garments, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Blankets, etc. CARPET CLEANING. Carpets called for, taken up, beaten or scoured, returned anarelaid. OFFICES: 878 & 645 CHAPEL ST. WORKS: ' State, Lawrence and Me- chanic Streets. mijft J-frircs. Howe Stetson TARIEE OR NO TARIFF We are Sellii Gooffs, NOT BOOMING UP PRICES. Ladies' Ribbed Jersey Vests at 25c and 43c each ; ar; great values. Just received, Ladies' White Merino Vests (and Pants) in fine, soft finish make, ,peafl buttons, etc., at 375 arid 50c each ; are the best values in the market. Mclntyre, ; -fflapireS 1 Ho. Monday Bargains Comrjetitors cannot touch ns. They might just as well shut up shop and take "Horace ureeley s aovice. If ever bargains were offered in- New Haven here they ore Faille Francaise. HURLBURT BROS.', 1074 Chapel St.,Cor. High. Quinces, Apples, Catawba, Delaware and Concord Grapes. TAN HOUTEN'S COCOA. oiost COOPER & NICHOLS, 378 State street. CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS! 1890 PACK. First carload of the sea son just received and for sale to the trade only at market value. J. D. DEWELL & CO., 233-239 State Street. SUI.10H, SOFT CRIBS, Blueflsh, Sea Bass, Little Keck Clams, Live Lobsters, Smoked Salmon and Halibut, 3DTO., BTO., 3E3TO. A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 000 STma st. Telephone Call 857. - The Broadway Paper Store, CORNER OF TORE AND ELM STREETS, Is now opened by E. R. Jeftcott with the finest I line of wall papers, decorations, etc., in the mar ket; perfect combinations. I solicit your in urmntfnn. Paintinsr and decorating done in the best manner at low prices. Estimates given for ordinary house painting defying competition for the same materials, as we use nothing but At lantic white lead, Calcutta linseed ou (except where parties have preferences or oiner leaa o tii tha Vwat. ur tti rmrsi the market nroduces. ma ing up our own paints to any tint required; all done oy expenencea workmen, HOW IS THIS? BEST SOLES AND HEELS 85 CENTS. LL Pedestrians, all Letter Carriers wear Murohv's Never-Wear-Out Stock. 1.00: i .... .1 o i o i nt- t .. 1 . K i . ... in town, the best stock, the best fit. Shoes 'soled and healed at one hour s notice. Shop open from 5 a. m. to 10 p. m. MURPHY, Practical Custom Shoe Maker. 815 9 Center street, near Orange. BOYS' SHOES. E. R. JEPFCOTT. w n TTavtae run-chased the stock of wall pa pers of Allen, Drew & Co., I am selliLg them off very low to make room for new goods of the latest designs that have just arrived. If you want good bargains come to the Broadway Paper more, corner x vck. whi j'.iiu. i. XV. JI'il'l'Vill X . Telephone connection 257-0. Open evenings. o4 ODD LOTS We have an immense stock, selected especially on account or excellent wearing dualities, com- 10 pieces 33-inch Black Faillo Francaise, warranted to wear and shed the dust. At ... 4mA nn. li I o t unr laa Vi i u aillr luum Large siZeS of White Wool put on the market at $1.00 wholesale. Our Blankets at $2,50, 3.00, 3.50, ES " 1 $4 75 and 4 89 per pair. These 10 pieces Black 19-inch Velvet, both in lauKtis re at trie lowest 01 w ntllBr(1 ak t 50 fo, ftnd von low prices and well worth can have a fair estimate of the worth of 1 I ir 1 i ai nn 1 our attention. --. 25 pieces Colored Faille Francaise, 19 Gtf'd quality 60 inch Dam- I shades to choose from at only $1.00 a yard. asks, in good pai terns, at 390 BLACK DRESS GOODS, per yard. pieces Black Henrietta and Fancy , .. , . , I Black Weaves purchased before the ad- WOOl nam ana r an cy I vance are placed on our counters Monday Plaid Waterproof CloakingS for the first time You have never seen at $1.25 per yard. . "under the new tariff" before you have an I opportunity to buy slack Uoods withm 25c. a yard of our price to-day. j 1 ni 'i w j o pieces ciuck nenneiias at ouc, iov, Goods in Plaids, Mixtures and 87iOBnd $1.00. gotumal ami (gionvie. 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Yfuu-lv advertisers are limited to their own immediate business Call matter to, be unobjec tionable), and their contracts do not include Wants, Te Let, For Sale, etc Yearly advertisements at the following rates: One square, one year, $40; two squares, one rear. $,0: three sauaree. one vear. $100. Special rates furnished on application for con tracts covering considerable length of time or large space. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL, " is published Evert Thtohdat Mormiho. One Dollar per Year, (In Advance.) mgie ijopies o cents. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR GOVERNOR, SAIIIUEIi E. MEHWIN or New Haven. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, GEORGE A. BO WEN or Woodstock. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, CEOB6E P. JIcLEAN of Slmsburr. FOR TREASURER, E. STEVENS SIENBY of Vernon. FOR COMPTROLLER, IiYimAN S. CATLIN or Stratford. For Congress. 2d District Josiah M. Hubbard of Hiddletown. These wo warrant all-wool, and guaran tee every number finer in quality than you can procure elsewhere. Wall Papers, bined with the best styles. AT COST. PLATT & THOMPSON, 90 and 92 Orange Street. if you try tnem you will toe well pleased. JUST RECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF M.Bristol & Sons Hnfl.mA ranlS.. 854 Chapel Steet. plain colors at 50c per yard. Very stylish and serviceable. All Wool Black Henriettas, 46 inches wide, at 75c per yd ; worth 90c. Great Bargain in Wool Tri cots, 50 inches wide, at 50c per yard : same goods we for merly sold at 75c ; in mixtures wava 8013 at50; Bt only 390 a yard only. CliOAK ROOM, t .1 t" t i I New Handsome Styles in Ladies' and lively limes in our oiodK 1 jjisses' Garments. A visit will repay you. Uepanment. L-adies all say our cloth ackets at a5-00, S6.;o. 7. so. 8 so, 1 0.00 and $12.50 are better value than M""t ,"UMU yiimv., iv Eeturn railroad fare paid to all out aiSO S3V tnat tne lirices ana I of town customers who purchase Ten styles of our Misses and Chil- l?:ltl7JZ dren s rMewmaikeis, Keeters For Shertn". New Haven Co. Frank T. Lee of New Haven. DRESS GOODS. In addition to our superb line of Plaid and Novelty Dress Goods from . SOo to $2.50 per yard we offer two specials for Monday, the lots not being large we would advise an early call. io pieces all-wool Flannels in the new shades, at only 25c a yard. 1M pieces of a nner and wider grade, al- Fur department near the door on main floor. Capes and Muffs. Money lost if you do not look at our 2 specials Capes and Muffs. Positively a saving of from $1.00 to $8.00 on every Cape so they tell us. In- TH0MPS0N & BELDEN, 396 & 398 State St EANCY EVAPORATED PEACHES ! 100 boxes of fancy Evaporated Peaches only 100 boxes of fancy Evaporated Apricots only SOO boxes finest imported Maccaroni 10c lb. 100 cases of finest Marof at Peas (new) 10c can. Fancy Malaga u rapes 5 ins Mb baskets of fine Catawba Grapes only 30c each Fancy Concord Grapes 30c basket. BObbls fancy New York state Apples-Baldwins $8.78, Greenings $4.25. The quality of the Annies is guaranteed. ., a A fancy full Cream Cheese only 10c lb 1 boxes Just received. Raisins. Raisins. We can give you real bargains In Raisins. - Fancy new Valencia Raisins c lb. Fancy new Ondura Raisins 11c lb. Fancy new Malaga loose Raisins 14c lb. Jones & Co. 's Superlative Flour $6.80 bbl. AU other grades of patent Flour at low prices. uBHi wrul tuithriicVw A nackacces for 25c. Just unloaded 800 bushels fancy Potatoes 80c 1 b "The finest Sweet Potatoes 85c pk, 90c bush . If you wish to save money on tea and coffee buy of us. . j.... t.-i,- We are neaaquarwrs on iii:jr giwic v. h"' Creamery and Dairy Butter. D. M.WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. Branch 8 Grand Avenue. Courier Budding. pciscjellatxeotts. BOOTS and SHOES. BENHAM Her Caps ! IN ALL THE POPULAR FTJBS. Don't Miss Your Opportunity. Don't Wait till the Prices Go Op. Don't Buy without Looking Os Over. FALL STYLES IN HATS. toy Saved is Money Made! -T71INE8T Chickens and Fowls in the country at "Jso flMTurkeys, prime Beef, selected Vege tables, Pork, etc., etc. 40 per cent, cheaper than anywhere else. Come nd examine our goods and you will make money by your purchase. E. Schonberger, 0U 1, a, 8 Central Market. C. E. HART & CO., 350 and 352 State St. We offer to-day a very carefully selected stock of choice cuts of Beef, Lamb and Veal. Prairie Chickens, Roasting Chickens, Duckklings, Sweetbreeds, Cauliflower, Celery, Native Peaches, Bartlett Pears, AND ALL THE Earliest and Latest Products The market affords. 2 n caix At eitheb of our stores. 49 Elm Street, cor. CImrch. Is at the White Mountains, But You Will Find His Store, 69 BROADWAY, Where he is throwing out many bargains in Boots and Shoes. Don't fail to call there and examine the goods, and we will guarantee both GOODS AND PRICES Will More Than Please You UMscetlaucous. and T ackets are right. Please examine. Bargain Day, Friday, Oct. 17. 1 Howe & Stetson, Insurance Building, 886-888 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. fjfUVUitUITJC, gtC. Mclntyre, Maguire & Co., CHAPEL STREET, CTo'W Haven, Ot. flsc Umxcoits. FACTS VBKSUS THEORY. Some of the free traders have been tell ing about the decay of New England, and Hon. George S. Bontwell has been looking into the matter a little in order to see if there is any foundation for the state ments they have made. In the October Forum he sets forth some facts. He shows that the manufacturing industries of Massachusetts have increased since the census of 1880 in a ratio far in excess of the increase in population. In 1889 there was an increase of more than 45,000 in the number of depositors in the state savings banks over the number in 1860. "The re- port of the commissioner of education for 1888," Mr. Bontwell says, 'shows that the amount raised by taxes in New England, in proportion to the number of children of . the school-going age, was far in excess of the amount raised in like manner in any other sec tion." A very important item, in view of the oft-repeated tale that New England agriculture is declining, is the fact that in 1885 the agricultural products of Massa chusetts were valued at 347,UUU,UUU, as against $37,000,000 in 1875, and against $83,000,000 in 1865. Here, then, is an in crease of about 4(1 per cent, in tne quan tity of products, and an Inorease of about 80 per cent, in value between 1875 and 1885. Again, in 1885, there were 77,000 persous employed in agriculture in .Massa chusetts, more than half of them propri etors, as against 70,000 in 1875, and agaiuBt 68,000 in 1865. This doesn't indicate that New England is failing very fast. burgess & btimess, E. L. Washburn, tnapei street. 751 Open Evenlugs. New Haven Window Shade Company, 68, 70, 72 Orange St. LAllGE STOCK OF Fine Carpets. FIELD GLASSES, SPY GLASSES, COLORED GLASSES. Pocket Compasses, Barometers, Hygrometers. SPCTACLES AND EYEGLASSES Hade to Order and Carefully Adjusted. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Executed. No. 84 Church St. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS New Spring Goods Fnrnitnre, CarDGts, Etc. THE LA RGEST ASSORTMENT, THE FINEST DISPLAY, THE LOWEST PRICES. STAHL '& HEGElJ 8, 10, 12 Church St., THE ONLY ODORLESS, NON-POiSONOUS minis NEW HAVEN, CONN. DISINFECTANT. Send for Rnok of Infractions. VSTON CHEMICAL CO., 26 India Sq., Boilcn.J ' a)UPcnirjR nutrition .the ura .The (mR Newest colors and patterns. s INGRAIN ART SQUARES in choice colors. SMYRNA RUGS of best quality, aU sizes. China, Cocoa and Napier MATTINGS. OILCLOTHS and LINOLEUMS. LACE CURTAINS, Of all kinds. Velour and Chenille PORTIERES. Sash DRAPERIES. Just received, Bordered LACES, Russian Point, Figured Muslins ana Bilks. Brass Rods, Curtain Poles, etc. Mohair Plush for upholstering. HOLLAND, CAMBRIC AMD OPAQUE Window Shades. Lace Curtains carefully laundried. TOILET SUNDRIES. Seasonable Goods for the Dressing Table or Satchel; Toilet Sets.Manlcure CoodthCholce Co lognes, vine soaps, nay nun, . let Fsndtrt and Cosmetics ot Every Description, Hath Brushes, Vowels ana Sponge, ' Pocket Flasks, - - DrlnklnaxCups, And many articles c jnven ient for the Traveling Bag. R. & J. M. BLAIR, I 57, 59 and 61 Orange St. FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS, Have the Finest Painted Bedroom Suits in the City. New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits. THE BEST SPRING BED FOR THE MONEY. Splint, Rattan, Cane and Rush Seat Chairs, In Great Variety, as Low as Can be Bought. UNDERTAKING Promptly Attended to Night or Day With Care. Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner. Also sole airent. for Washburn's Deodorhdng and Disinfecting luia. A new lot of FOLDING CHAIRS 8 STOOLS TO RENT j For Funerals. ula 1 wBt mm Should Know. KalFOOD medic Tau OnarjTAK Aim woBKD-anrowinm samn Peimbaticw is a substajtcs or RIDIfll I til parity and medicinal worth-jxrtmt for UlaiULUU fa, on. poaerltu to harm. A solid " '" v sxtnet, derived by a nsw procew from very superior growths of wheat nothing more, and as a ' CSitwn It would be difficult to conceive of anything tUOUi Kore wholesome and delicious. It has Justly umbafl the renntstlon of betas the ulvator EOS 1ITAUDS AND THE 1GE0 1 Si"::."?.',"?.: '; "MMMvth and torotflettoa Of 1BFANTS AND CHILDREN i continued fevers, the most noarlshmgand strengthening food for nneis. UflTlirM t rnilVII rCPCIUti ""I a reliable Iwatigt giUIRUUl a vuninuaiH.ni.1 remedial agent ' ' " Is an dlsssses of the stomach and intestines. John Carlo sons, wow TorK, ; .... NOTICE. . 'Sy piwndeirtog to biiy BREAD jthout the addition ot COBN '"t ( FLOUR or any other adulteration " eaa do so by asking their grocer for TKOMPWl! oo.'M sooos . 8 R. G. RUSSELL, Architect. Opeu Monday and Saturday Evenings. Tost Vriting Machine. THE , New and Higher Standard. Nti Ribbon. TMrnct Printino. Permanent Allan msnt. Exhaustively Tested and Guaranteed a. to Speed, Strength and Manifolding Powers. STORRS & CANDEE, 860 A.ylnm St., Hartford, Conn. ' Agent for State of Connecticut. ' CALIFORNIA, TEXAS AND MEXICO. ftemi-mraithlT PartifM. iMrivniaHv emidticted n binine comfort, low rates, quick time, Pull ivi ii in ii in ar uuuiiui u. iu w i aim. i. man sleeDins cars. Call on or address E. E. CUR RIER, New England Agent Southern Pacino Company, ivs wasningwn Direet, nonon, aisss. jyit eocuun E. L. Washburn, 84 Church & 61 Center Sts. BLAHKETS ARE THE STRONGEST NONCOCNUINC WITHOUT the DA LABEL The AVA Baker Is Best of All. Its strongest endorsement Is Its use by Bailroad, Express end, m 1 1 c ihujmiiv in an uu K" Clues. There are30oAr UyJaotHIA Hone Blankets, acn at hs vow -ruo neat you can ouy. WA Kxtra Test ranks next to .VA Baker. 'st -1 That P. J. KELLY & CO. keep only the very best OILCLOTH. That P. J. Kelly & Co. keep the largest variety ot all KUK1SOI (JAKl'JtTlNU.. That P. J. Kelly A Co. show one hundred differ ent styles 01 rAitLUH suiio. That P. J. Kelly & Co. have the handsomest and best (JUAMBKK BU11S manuiacturea. That P. J. Kelly & Co. are the sole agenta for the HUfllL KUU UVSV 1IUO U DiU' JK " made. That P. J. Kelly & Co. aim to sell only superior goods at moderate prices. That P. J. Kelly & Co. have no fancy prices. That P. J. Kelly ft Co. want tho continued trade OI Ttti. t-AU'Li. Therefore, goods are offered on easy terms at the LOWEST CASH riuvr-o. A MAN'S RICHTS AT HOSIK, A man's house is his castle, but there are some things he cannot do there. The Supreme court of the State of Washington goes so far as to say that a man cannot smoke opium in his own honse, the legis latnre of the State having made a law de nying him that privilege. A minority of the jndges conoeded the power of the legis lature to regulate vicious personal habits in public, or even in private when, injuri ous to'society at .large. But they denied the right of government to invade a man's home and control his conduct there when injurious to no one but himself. "It is the one great principle of our form of government," says Judge White, "ex pressed through that soul-inspiring docu ment, our national constitution, that the individual right of self-control is not to be limited beyond what is necessary to pro mote the general welfare." The majority of the judges, however, thought otherwise. They said : If the state concludes that a given habit is detrimental to either the moral, mental or physical well being of one of its citizens to such an extent that he is liable to become a burden on society, it has an undoubted right' to restrain the citizen from the commission of that act, and fair and equitable consideration of the rights of other citizens makes it not only its right but its duty to restrain him. If man wilfully cuts off his hand or maims himself in such a way that he is liable to become a publio charge no one will doubt the right of the state to punish him; and if he smokes opium, thereby destroying his intellect and shattering his nerves, it is difficult to see why a limitation of pow er snonla re imposed upon tne state in such a case. This deoission will cause much discus sion. Many men will feel tnat u they can not nse opium or get drunk at home their perrsonal liberty is sadly and illegally damaged. And many good lawyers will agree with them. 1848, 186,975; persons of the second em pire. 132,000; wounded in February, 1848, 108,000; victims of December 2, 0,533,260. Each government has respected the pen sion obligation of its predecessor as to this growing Hat and has paid every item with scrupulous regularity. 'Stepniak," the noted Busman Nihilist, is coming to this country soon. Stepniak is one of the chief leaders of the revolu tionary forces of Bussia; he is under con demnation as a terroist; he was among the secret founders of the Nihilist press, and he carried on the propaganda among the amancipated serfs; but it is not known what part he played in the imperial trag edy that was enacted a few years ago. Not long since Prince Lavroff published a sketch of Stepniak,including the "Various Episodes of His Odyssey," and the Prince himself was among his co-workers. Step niak has lived for some years as a refugee fa London, and he now desires to the people and the rerfcblio of the United States. Garden and Forest notes that the tuber ous begonias have become very popular in England. An English journal mentions a nursery garden where about 200,000 of these plants were growing, all this year's seedlings. The writer says: "There are many superb flowers in the open ground, but it is upon the plants in pot that the grand flowers are to be seen. Among the white and yellow varieties the greatest improvement appears. Plants with drooping habit, eminently suited for hang ing baskets, are here to be seen heavily laden with bloom, -whilst the large pot plants exhibit the point which Mr. Laing had before him In the improvements of the begonia namely, erect flower which can be seen without raising them." On the Pacific coast they are telling the following story on ex-Senator Fair, who now regularly attends Grace. Episcopal church, San Francisco: On a certain Son day one of his boys went to church, and when he returned the genial ex-senator in quired what the sermon was about. 'Well," replied the lad, "one of the things that struck me was the way in which the preacher went for ns wealthy people. He said that when the Savior was looking about Him for disciples He went among the poor and lowly and took his followers from among them. Christ, the preacher said, had no rich men among His twelve apostles." "Mebbe the rich men wouldn' serve, my son," remarked the ex-senator, patting with kindly hand the curly head of the boy. "Mebbe they wouldn't serve be cause they were too busy. Even your father couldn't spare : the time to be an apostle, with stocks bobbin' up and down as they are now, and some of the best mines on the coast not pannin' out worth a cent." The need of a bill clerk, and an accurate one too, has been illustrated in Maryland, where the last legislature passed a bill which provides that no man can vote if he has been absent from the State a day dur ing the six months immediately prior to the election. It is evident that the fram- ersof the statute had no such result as this in mind when they prepared it for adop tion, but the unfortunate predicament in to which many residents of the State are now plunged is not helped by any legisla tive innocence of intentun- If a man has made even a brief trip out of the State, either for business or for pleasure, dur ing the past few months, he will be un able to vote this fall, unless some scheme is devised to remedy the situation. It is proposed to have the law declared uncon stitutional, but as nothing definite in this direction has as yet been effected, it looks as though many voters might be justly de- you do but he told me not to tell you. Munsey's Weekly. "We had more fun at the party the oth er night than I ever saw in my life," said little St. Anthony Hill girl to her mother. What was the cause of your hilarity!" inquired the interested parent. "One of the girls fell through a chair and everybody laughed but me." 'Why didn't vou laugh!" 'I I -I was the little girl who fell through the chair." St, Paul Pioneer Press. Under the shade of an umbrella A maiden ran- and a cny f euar Were sailing one day on Lake Lucerne. They thought, as they sailed so nicely together. m nay u dchct bui on lur cvr ul ever; oo sne oecsme nis n ana ne oecsms narn. Life. CunVERTEB Br A SEtaRl P. A Foraser Ueaa.Un KatglsMer Tells How Be Becausi a Prcaeher. From the Spokane Chronicle.) Henry Barnhart of Pendleton, to whom the Methodist conference, in session at Spo kane, gave the title of reverend on Tues day, tells the following story of bis con ver sion: "During the best thirteen years of my life I was employed by different railroads in the capacity of engineer. Railroad men as a class are very reckless, and some of them I am sory to say, indulge in an ex travagant use of profanity. I was no ex ception to the general role. I smoked, chewed, and took an occasional drink of stronger fluid than water; in fact I was a typical railroader. That tells the whole story. My besetting sin was, however, violent temper. At the least provocation I would fiy into a rage, and fits of anger even threatened my heal th ine last rwo years of my railroad life I worsen on tne union 1 acme railroad. Men are usually very superstitions, and whether it was superstition or realism I have never been fully able to determine. even with the additional light thrown up on the subject when viewed through the clear senses of Christianity; but during all this time something within me seemed to tell me that I must lead a different life. Then came the awful wreck in the Bnel Mountains, which is still remembered by almost every one. My h reman was lulled by my side, and I have believed ever since that terrible night that the age of miracles was not passed, but that my life was saved for specific purpose. "After the first shock I remember noth ing, still there seemed to be a consciousness of a superior existence greater than I had ever sustained before. Perhaps it was the nearness of the 'valley of the shadow,' and perhaps tne hand of the Shepherd cheered my walk trom light to darkness strain In to light. I know not, nor do I care to Know. "When external consciousness again re turned I was lying on a conch and by my aide was my dear old mother, to whose early instruction I owe a greater debt than I can ever pay. She gave me the same good counsels as in days gone bv, and pre. pared me for the life I was to live . in the future. I was seriously injured, and while I lay upon my bed I meditated upon the troubles which she had told me and considered the Christian actions other life. I resolved to become a Christian. When I partially regained my strength attended a church just across the way. They told me that all I had to do was to declare myself saved and that I would be as good as any of them. "When I left I felt that I must return to the church. I did, and met a motherly old lady who put me in the right way. I ex pect to spend the rest of my life in work ing for the Lord." Severn Hoars' Sleep at Least, From Ladies Home Journal. There is not one man or woman in 10, 000 who can afford to do without seven or eight hours' sleep. All those stories writ ten about great men and women who slept only three or fonr hours a night make very interesting reading, but I tell you.myread ers,no man or woman ever yet kept healthy in body and mind for a number of years with less than seven hours' sleep. Ameri cans need more sleep than they are getting. This lack makes them so nervons and the insane asylum so populous. If you can get to bed earlev. then rise early. If when Rockefeller built a big house in Cleveland Andrews put up a bigger one, bringing artists from Italy to do the fine work in it and """"g one oi tne nnesx residences west of the AUeghaniea. Then Rockefeller bought a conn try-seat near Cleveland and Andrews bonght another. and so the strife went on. When Rocke feller was made president of the Standard Oil company Andrews became vary jeal ous, and in order to show his own impor tance he came in one day and asked Bocke- xeiier now matters were getting along. Mr. Rockefeller said everything was going off right, and Mr. Andrews asked tat a look at the books of the company. "ion cant see the books jost now, said Rockefeller, "but if you come in in day or two 1 will have a statement made out for you." A tew days later aam Andrews came ta again and asked for the T books. la reply he was handed a long sheet of paper cov ered with figures, which he was told was the statement of the condition of the Standard OU company. He looked at it, and as be did so iLs face cot red and bis got eyes grew angry. lhis 1 not what I want. Sir. Mortal rt- W," said he. "I want to see the books of the company. If I can t see the books I want to sell my stock." "wnatwuirou take tor Tour stock T replied Mr. Rockefeller, very coolly reach ing for his check-book. "1 want Inst one munoa nouars cash. said Andrews. All right: von shall have it. mJied the president of the Standard CHI compa ny, and he thereupon wrote oat a check for one million dollars for Mr. Andrews. Andrews had to take it or back down. He . was ashamed to refuse, and be had fur the next few months aU be could do in Irvine to invest that million dollars. He put, I think, five hundred thousand dollars in government bonds and scattered the rest here and there. 3XiscclUmcous. jRpyftLt Ipsf m sV W AN - satl t -m POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder. Iiigbestof u. B.OO all in leavening strengto.- POTT. A.UST. i. lap. . (government Be- YOU WANT -A Brass or Iron BEDSTEAD. We Offer a Great Variety at Low Prices. CHAM BERLIN & CO. 'Orange and Crown Sts. you Mnnnt fret tn Ttm.1 till l.t-M tl,n 4uk 1xa prived of their suffrage in November, and j it may be as Christian for one man to rise simply because of careless expression in ; at 8 as it is for another to get up at a. I wording a law. I counsel my readers to get up when they . .. .. ,1 t) .. . 1... . 1. n . . ..: lull rung at least thirty minutes before your publio appearance. Physicians say that a sadden jump out of bed gives irregular motion to the pulse. It takes hours to get over a too sudden lining. Give ns time sf ter you call us to roll over, gaze at the world full in tho face, and look before we leap. KKnAKKABLK. Blinks Been travelling in Europe, eh I How did yon find the hotels! Jinks Hired a cab. Good News., Photographer "Now try to look like yourself." (Noting the effect) "Well, er, try to look like somebody else." Life Quite a remarkable thing happened to a blind carpenter the other day he took bis hammer and saw. uommercial Bulletin. McAtkins (very tiresome) Want to hear something funny I uia crusticus wo; i v neara it oetore. Life. A southern preacher recently, advised his congregation to be saved in the nick of time from the Nick of eternity. The Jester. When a man begins to show signs of be coming a crauk.the indications are that he has reached a turning point in life. De troit Free Press. George (to debutante sister) Pm almost sorry to see you go into society, Edith; yon rATHAHHCS CK1 KLTV. are like a rosebud so pure, so innocent Edith Never mind, George, I can learn. Puck. Customer "My watch which you re paired for me some time ago has stopped.' Jeweler "Ah! my collector informs me that the bill is still running." New York Herald. A Smile that Cost a Rassiaa Prince His Lands, Family aad Liberty. The Veritzins were nobles of enormous wealth and power. Paul held a high office in court. One night, glittering with jew els and orders, the young prince, who a one of the handsomest men in Russia, danced in a quadrille opposite the empress. says Chatter. As she passed him in the dance she fancied that his eyes scanned her gross figure with covert amusement. After the quadrille she bec-koned to him, and with a smile handed him her ivory tablet, containing seven pages, one for each day in the week. On the first was writ ten: "The imperial ball room, St. Peters burg." On the last: "The mines, Siberia." He read it; his fore grew gray as that of a corpse; he bowetflow, kissed her hand and withdrew, "taking." savs the old chronicle, "his wife, the beautiful Princess heard to An Erroneous Proverb Miss O'Bally- Now. Freddy, I.wiU hear you recite your ' Novgorod, with him." He history lesson! rreaay ua, x guess say as ue lett tue ball room: not! "Freddy, what do yon mean" ! "My minutes are numbered; let us not EDITORIAL NOTES. P. J. KEIXY & CO. The People's House Furnishers, Grand Avenue and Church St. L Five Mile Is so named because each blanket Has nve miles or warp threads 5A Bess Stable is s giant In strength snd 51 Bleetrle very strong for outdoor uee. SSi Horse Blankets are lor sale by all dealers. - Tre different styles are shown in the OfA Book which you can get Free from your dealer. Ask for it. If yonr dealer does not handle OVA (4o-d, write to tbe manufacturers, WHI. AYB.B8 cfc SONS. Philadelphia. E. H. VETTER, Fornltnro IJpbolMerer and maker of ah ninav oi luaiireuMe. 1 bare the best make of woven wire Mattresses At the lowest oriceti In the citv. All orders received by mail for reupholstertng; and recovering old Furniture will be promptly attended to and estimates given. 43 WASHINGTON ST., staU COR. LIBEBTY. Now Look Out for Frosty Nights. Colli Killers ii Atalara . AT Brown & Durham's. Stoves and Ranges, Blankets and Comfortables, carpeis anu uuciouis. Window Shades, Draperies and furniture Of every kind Come and see for yourself. Talk is cheap. But we mean business. No Doys' piay now. Our Building: is JC rammed Full ot uoodg Which must be sold. If you have anything to buy in the House Fur nishing line we know we can please you. We have the goods. Ourpriees are the lowest. We want your trade. Either cash or partial payments accepted. BROWN & DURHAM. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Orange and Center Sts. ' Open evenings, . IraotoNr t mmio-iiil GAIN m POUHD A Day. Woman is a forgiving creature. It is re lated that a Minneapolis man fell in love with his sick wife's nurse, divorced his wife, married the nurse and then that the two proposed to adopt the discarded wife as their daughter,and she agreed to it. A chemist in Belgium has discovered a process for the preservation of all kinds of fabrics for an indefinite period. He made, numerous experiments with sub stances extracted from birch bark apd finally produced a liquid which he claims resists the action of time and renders fabrics of every color and Variety absolutely- imperishable. Boys' clothes may now be fixed so as to last a week. '"History repeats itself, you know.' Puck. "Did you recognize your wife at the masquerade ball last night!" "Not until I patted her shoulder, and she whispered to me; 'Lemuel, don't make a fool of yourself, you old donkey." Chicago Poet. Johnson I understand that Skinner has made his wife a present of a house and lot. I wonder how ne came to be so liberal with her. Jackson Probably to get the property ontof the reach of his creditors. Lowell Citizen. "Bastus," said the Judge, "this is a seri ous charge you bring against Mr. Smi there. Will yon swear to itl" "Sw'ar tq it? Sntt'nly, jedge. I'd sw'ar to anything to oblige you, judges Harper's Bazar. "Here, fork over that watch!" said the road agent as he slipped the traveler's roll of bills into his pocket, "and be quick about it." "Great Caesar!" expostulated the tourist, "you wouldn't take a man's time and bis money, too, would you!" Washington Star. Miss Tablette "The wretch!, and so he - A CAIN OF A POUND A DAY IN THE CASK OF A MAN WHO If AS BECOME 'ALL RUN DOWN." AND HAS BEGUN TQ TAKE THAT REMARKABLE FLESH PRODWCER, I COTT'S ulsioh OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH HvDODhosDhites of Lime & Soda is nothing j unusual. This feat HAS BEEN PERFORMED OVER AND OVER again. Palatable as milk. En dorsed by Physicians. Sold by all Druggists. Avoid substitutions and IMITATIONS. The stockholders of the Eiffel tower are feeWghlue just now in consequence of the steady diminution of their receipts. In the season now closing 664,000 francs were taken in. The cost of keeping the i tower openjras 350,000 francs, and 300,- 000 francs more were spent for repairs. Next season the. small profit of this year will be wiped out, it is expected, and a considerable deficit will appear in place of it. In view of this probability 168,000 francs were reserved for future use from the profits of the exhibition year. The French republic has some pension to pay, as well as our own, as follows: Sen ators of the empire, 48,000 francs, in con sequence of the Vienna peace, 434,211; men of, the times of Exrais X V ' IT, and Charles X., 15,000; families of Louis Phillippe's time, 41,335; wounded in June, lose one." Flight or resistance was impossible. The hold of Catharine on her victim wad inex orable as death. Prince Veritzin was forc ed to remain passive in his palace, while each day the power, the wealth and the happiness that life had given him were stripped from him. First he was degraded from all his offi ces at court; next his estates were confisca ted by the crown: his friends were forbid den to hold any communication with him; his very name.one of the noblest in Russia, was taken from him. and he was (riven that of a serf. Then his wife and children were driven out of the palace to heard with beg gars- "The last day," says the record, "Paul Veritzin, in rags and barefoot,chained to a convict, bade an eternal farewell to his home and departed to the dark and icy nortn. tie was seen ot men no more. O TWO BIO CHECKS, Kr. Rockefeller's Vuisr a HIIlUos, Hat Jay vonld's was for Two, The largest check ever given in this countrv was that given by Jay Gould to has been proposing to both of us!" Miss Thomas Allen for the Iron Mountain. He Benton T'B seems so." Miss Tablette I t. jn., f, it .J he I wish we could think of some horrible ! r" . . . . .. 7 wav to punish him." Miss Benton "I j handed Allen a cnecK ror tnat amount have it!" Miss Tablette "What is it?" . upon his acceptance of his offer. Allen Miss Benton "Yon marry him. dear." i looked at the Daper that represented this TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO FIGHT The battles of life success fully by giving them for breakfast STREETS PERFECTION WHEATINE. It strengthens the muscles, invigorates the brain, and is delicious to die palate. Catarrh -Ewre CREAM:-: BALM Allays rata I flJrniDRitt I LiiTI DT--,r1 ;- Heals the I Tasle ass elL HAY-EEVERTRY THE CURL A rosrUde IseprJted Into each nostra, and is aa i liable. Price SO cents st drwnrwts: by mail. rlsterea, w ceais. lli Dnuinnna, leodAtw M Warms Street. New York. Sffiit Judge. Do you know," she said, "that clock reminds me of you every time I look at it. Do you notice anything peculiar about itt "Why no; 1 reaiif can't sar that I do." hereplied, as he drew nearer "except that it aoesn't go." Then he got red in the face, and in a few moments vanished. Washington Post. Here is an example of a superlative con ception of numbers, or quantity, by a mind that has had only four years to think of such big things: "How mucn do you love me!" her father asked Bettina. "As many pounds," she answered brisk ly, "as twenty times all the counting there is, and twenty millions more than that!" Boston Transcript. Her father Mabel, I have been talking it over with your uncle George, 'and he agrees with me that the engagement can not be permitted. Bemember that the young man is nothing more than a clerk m my office. SheOh, ' but papa, yon don't know how smart Jack is! He told me the other day that he expected he would soon own more of the business than vast sum and said: "Isn't this a good deal of money for one man to have in one bank!" "I don't know," replied Gould, 'perhaps it is. Let me have the check." Allen then handed the check back to Gould, and he handed it over to his office- boy, saying: "Here, boy.take this check to the bank snd have the cashier certify to it." And the boy went ont and did it. Rufus P. Ranney, of Cleveland, one of the molt distinguished lawyers in this country, once told me of a check for one million dollars which was given by John D. Rockefeller. It was drawn in favor of Sam Andrews, another coal-oil millionaire, and was accepted by Andrews only be cause he was too proud to refuse it. Rockefeller and Andrews were poor young men in Cleveland toaether twenty or thir ty years ago. In connection with Flagler and others they organized the Standard Oil company, and at once began to make money and grow rich. Rockefeller in some wav sot the start of Andrews, and Andrews was very jealous of his growing nover and wealth. He tried to outshine Rockefeller in everything he did, and -Carefully prepared for the. Finest Trade, and sold with a guarantee of ABSOLUTE PURITY. A marvel of Strength and Effici ency, always uniform, reliable, foil weight, and so highly concentrated as to male them the most economical to use. Try them. Sold everywhere. Maurice Baker & Co., Laboratory, PORTLAND, ICE. Tka wonderful merits, which it alone I have givsn KLICTHtXILICOIl a world-wide reputation, and secured for it a permanent place in nearly ONE MILLION households. Yous aooacaa etwv vo a cstmm avstKRT worn tmu, WITHOUT CHARGE, oa 15 ere. n staws a wu. auto so mst-mib. told EisiiahsTS. Beware at Tmlislliiiai, THE ELECTRO UIWn.CO73 JOHN 8T,H.Y. CUAVJSl. TBBB.