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THE CABRINGTON PUBLISHING CO.
THE OLDEST DAILT NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE.
OFFICE 400 STATE STREET.
Vol. LIX.
NEW HAVEN, CONN1, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1891.
No. 79
Mi
2&cat Estate
AN
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS
FOR SALE.
Reason for Selling, Poor Health.
APPLY AT
BEECHER'S EXCHANGE,
WE ARE PREPARED
With our extensive works completely fitted up
with every facility (or the prompt dispatch of
all work entrusted to us in the following lines
DYEING
Of dresses and all kinds of wool garments any of
uae new snaaes, men 8 suits ana overcoats.
CLEANING
Of Ladies1 and Gent's Garments, Lace Curtains,
' snaae
Blankets, Window i
mhS7Ct
dee, etc.
Howe & Stetson.
FEW POINTERS
For This Week I
The Legend of Cerealine. aa ana onxxx.
" Then he called to old Nofeomia,
And Iagoo, tbe great boaster,
bhowcd them where the maize was growing.
Told them of his wondrous vision.
Of thi. new .rifr. tt ih. n.tfnn.
Which should be their food forever.'
i CHAPEL STREET.
JOHN C. BRADLEY,
No. 798 Chapel Street.
A fine drug: store for sale ceap ;
cu ure new siock, new nxtures,
ana eiegant soua fountain.
Owner obliged to sell on account of ill health ;
terms easy ; price very low if sold immediately.
A pood chance to buy a restau
rant cbeap ; excellent location ;
no competition in neig-liborh'd.
Tobaccos and soft drinks sold, no liquors. Has
done good busine.8 for years ; owner sells be
cause of other business.
Houses to Rent.
Choice Real Estate for Sale.
Sold
all
Desirable
Special care given to
Real Estate Bought,
and Exchanged.
Houses and Building Lots In
porta of tlio city for sale..
Shore property For Sale and To Rent.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
Ftro Insurance olaced In first-class com
panies, money to loan at f per cent.
items always on nana,
charge of property.
C. W. PALMER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Open Evenings. No. 102 Orange St.
Buiheii transacted la all parti of the United States.
THE NATIONAL
Saving and Loan Association
of ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Incorporated under Vte Lava of. the State of
New York.
Authorised Capital, $50,000,000.
SHARES, $100 EACH,
Payable in installments of $1.00 each.
A Saving of 25 cents per tveek
matures a share in six years.
Jto Extra Payments or Assess
ments Possible.
Applications for shares may be made to any
memoer 01 me uocai rtoaru.
LOCAL BOARD:
D. M. Corthbxl, President; V. F. McNeil, Vice-
president; Edward lj. IjInsijey , Treasurer;
Julius C. Cable, Attorney ; L. A. Hcntlky,
Chairman of Appraising Committee.
C. W. Palmer, Sec'y.
Agents wanted in every factory and ?o.
cauty-iray, noerai commissions.
SEND FOB DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS.
C. W. PALMER,
General Agent, State of Connecticut
Boom 11, No. 102 Orange St.
See Real Estate on Third Page.
XiSCtllVLVLZOVLS.
LATODRYING
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Dresses and Under
clothing.
CARPET CLEANING.
We do not need to dwell uoon the hieh order
of our work in this line, as our reputation is al
ready established. At tne snortest nonce uar-
pets can be taken up, cleaned and relaid
THE FORSYTH CO.,
;offices:
878 and 645 Chapel Street.
Works :
STATE AND LAWRENCE STREET.
Orders received by telephone.
BICYCLES
' Columbia and Hartf ords.
New and second-hand.
" Cash or instalments.
Repaired and Rented.
SWEATERS.
$3.50 White, Black,
Dark Blue.
SEAMLESS
OMETHING
NEW.
NEW HAVEN CYCLE CO.,
KS8m 616 8TATE STREET.
To Horse Car Patrons.
WHY pay car fare when Columbia and Hart
ford Safety Bicycles can be bought for
cash or installments, thus having something
material to show for your money. "Think it
over." NEW HAVEN CYCLE CO.,
mh26 7t 510 State street.
Have ye heard the Indian legend.
How the chieftain Hiawatha
Caused the maize to be created ?
Caused the springing of the corn-plant?
whence should come the Cerealino Flakes
For the people's food forever ?
Ited men name the maize Mondamin,
Indian corn the white men call it;
From it comes the preparation
Made ia Southern Indiana,
iin-.wa 80 Cerealine, and furnished
CK- -Mne Flakes for sale by all grocers. "The
Leg-. 1 . f Oreallne." illustrated with twelve
pic:ui33 l.v H. F. Farny, of which above is a
TEMPLE OF FURNITURE,
Orange and Center Streets.
REMARKABLE I
So every one says, the work we have done.
j Our trade has already grown to such proportions
as to necessitate the enlargement of our store to
double its former dimensions.
WHY?
Because we have the best stock of Furniture
and Carpets in the city for you to select from.
Because our prices are the lowest, and we show
what we advertise.
Because we give credit when desired.
Children's Carriages from $5.00 up a specialty.
BROWN & DURHAM,
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
W OPEN EVENINGS.
"We open on Monday.
March. 30th, a large line
of 27 inch -wide Satines in
good dress styles, in black,
navy, bro-wns and garnet
colorings, at 6 c per yard.
On Monday, March 30,
we open 2,500 yards Clo
ver Cloth Outing Flannels
m a nandsome line ol
styles for dresses, waists,
shirtings, etc., at 9 l-2c
y'd; usual 12 1-2 equality.
26 pieces Surah Silks m
light and dark colorings
at 50c per yard. This is
the qualitv that retails
everywhere at 62 l-2c.
Special Bargains m Fig
ured Curtain Madras, 54
inches wide, at 33c yard.
This is the 48c kind.
Extraordinary "bargains
in Nottingham Lace Cur
tains at 58c, 69c and 79c
per pair.
In our White Goods De
partment will be found a
large assortment of Coin
Spot White Mulls at 25c
yard that are under price.
Choice styles printed
Hemstitched Lawns, 42
inches wide, at 35c yard.
These goods will be found
on Lace Counter. They
are entirely, new. Just
look at them.
Black Surah Silks, in
stripes and plaids, at 68c
per yard; $1 is the regular
price. Only 12 pieces in
the lot.
Silk Grenadines at all
prices, iuxtra values just -r i
received at 95c, $1, $1.25 CllOlCe MeatS,
and $1.50 per yard.
i
Tbe
Oldest Daily Paper Pub
lished in Connecticut.
DkIJVEBKD BY CABRt&BS IK THI ClTT, 15
Cknts a Week, 50 Cents a Mouth, $3
foe Six Months, $6 a Ycab. Tbm
Same Terms bt Mail.
SINGLE COPIES THREE CENTS.
THE CARRTNGTON PUBLISHING CO.
AU letters and inquiries in regard to subscrip
tions or matters of business should be addressed
o
THE JOURNAL ANT) COURIER,
. New Haven, Conn.
Notice.
We cannot accept anonymous or return reject
ed communications. In all cases the name of the
writer will be required, not for pubucauon, dot.
s a guarantee of good faith.
Situations. Wants. Rents and other small ad
vertisements One Cent a Word each inser
tion. Five cents a word for a full week (seven
Display Advertisements One square (one
Inch), one Insertion, $) .30; each subsequent in
sertion 40 cents; one week $3.20; one month $10.
Obituary notices, in prose or verse, 10 cents
per line. Notices of But), Marriages, Deaths
and Funerals. 35 cents each. Local notices 20
cents per line.
Immediate business (all matter to be unobjec
tionable), and their contracts do not include
Wants, To Let, For Sale, etc.
Yearly advertisements at the following nates:
One square, one year, $40; two squares, one
'ear, 870; three squares.one ear, iiuu.
Rmcial rates furnished on amplication for con
tracts covering considerable length of time or a
large space.
To tbe world as King of Breadstuff.
Cerealine is most nutritious ;
Easily can be digested ;
Quickly is prepared for eating ;
Makes the best of bread and pudding;
Should be mixed with all bread, always;
Makes the best of cakes and waffles,
Makes the best of soup and muffins;
Is sufficient for the strong man,
And preserves the lives of children ;
'Tls a universal blessing. .. -
mere outline, will be sent free to any address
on receipt of a two-cent stamp for nostaee
The Cerealine M'f'o Co., Columbus, In.l
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL
is published
Evert Thursoat Mornikg.
One Dollar per Year, (In Advance.)
Igvoutsious, &c.
NEW CROP PONCE
MOLASSES !
Brig Kuby now discharging cargo fanej
Ponce Molasses, new crop, first arrival of
the season. We oiler the same in bond or
for April 1st delivery, free of duty, at
market value.
J. D. DEWELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS..
State. Street.
Ponltvy To-day.
RECEIVED this morning a very fine stock
of pou;try, viz.: Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Chickens, Squabs, (irouse, etc. The best stock
ever offered to the puBlic at very low prices. A
full line of vegetables Celery, Lettuce, Spinach,
etc. Assorted stock of variety canned goods.
Fresh Meats Prime beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton,
quality unsurpassed. Fresh Pork and trimmings,
Sparerib and Sausages only 8c per lb. Best
quality smoked Hams and Shoulders; Fresh
Country Eggs received daily. Orders delivered
promptly. At E. SCHOKNBERGER, Nos. 1, 8
and 3 Central Market, Congress avenue.
IUscjellaitjeotts.
We Will lot Be
111!
lien
Tie
AHTY REMEDY
Is indeed a blessing which will heal your throat
and lungs, prevent the brairaifZA or .uauripfe
and cure that treacherous cough.
A cold and cough may bo the forerunner of
oneumonla. If taken In time. Swift's
Wild Cherry Cough Balsam will cure
:he cold and cough, neat tn lungs i "
he above named disorders.
FOB SALS AT ALL TJHtrOGHTS.
Price, 25 and 50 Cents.
TALCOTT, FEISBIE & CO., Proprietors.
H ABTFone. Coas.
Still Continues.
We haye positively deci
ded to clear out our
entire stock of
50c Dress Goods are
moving: lrveiy. we can
attention to ovlv an -wool
Surah Twills in the new
Tan and Mode Shades, jtist
opened, at 50 c.
Howe & Stetson,
Insurance Building,
886-888 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Conn.
faints, tls, gtc
SEND TO US
FOR QUOTATIONS
On anything you need m our line aud we win
Save You Money.
THOMPSON & BELDE3S,
PAINTS, OIL and GLASS,
396 & 398 State St.
Courier Building.
WE ARE RECEIVING
.New Ms Dally.
Connecticut Pork and Sausage.
Also a large stock -of
Canned and Preserved Fruits
and Vegetables
OF TOE CHOICEST VARIETY, AT
HURLBURT BROS.',
1074 Cliapel St.,Cor. High.
We Have Never Been and" Can't
He Undersold !
Carpets have advanced, but we are still selling
at the same prices as last year.
Our only advance is in showing a larger vari
ety to select from, and in giving better value for
the money than ever before.
We are the People's House Furnishers.
We offer to furnish a home with first-class
Furniture, Carpets, etc., on easy terms, as low as
can be bought elsewhere for cash.
ADJOURNED.
' The Connecticnthonse of representatives
refused to play any lpnger yesterday and
adjonmed till next November. The peo
ple of the State are so tired of the antics
at Hartford that they will not miss them.
They are tired of a legislature which has
placed party advantage and perverse ob
stinacy before the real interests of the
State. Both sides have claimed to be en
gaged in a heroic endeavor to save the con
stitution of the State from damage. In
order to do this the Democrats have per-
Bistently and needlessly insulted the gov
ernor, who has held his office according to
the constitution, and they have finally,
when the Republicans were willing to
carry the dispute to the courts,
stood out against it with mulish obsti
nacy. We believe the chief reason for their
obstinacy has been the probability that
any fair examination ot the matters at
issue would result in a decision against
their pretensions.- At the last they stand
much more in the wrong than the Repub
licans, and they will have to take the
greater part of the responsibility. We
do not suppose that anything serious will
happen while the legislature is at home
attending to farming, etc., but there will
be a good deal of annoyance and trouble
Fairness and honesty would have pre
vented it.
tude. Buyers from all parts of the world
-America, China, Australia, Russia,
everywhere come there to bid for furs
and stay there until they have secured
their stock in trade. The winter just
passed has been the coldest on the conti
nent of Europe for fifty years, and furs of
all sorts have consequently been higher
in price "than for many a season. For in
stance, silver fox, whioh sold at $100 a
first-class pelt last year, now brings $147.
In this sale 900 silver fox skins were sold,
2,700 cross fox, 3,400 blue fox, 1,600 white
fox and 50,000 from the common red fox.
That will give yon an idea of the mighty
work done by the trappers.
John D. Lewis, the first of the negro
race to be admitted to practice law at the
Philadelphia bar, recently died, at some
thing over 50 years of age, and left the
bnlkofa modest fortune of $100,000 to
establish the "Lewis protective bureau of
civil rights," whose object shall be "to se
cure to colored citizens their civil rights,
as applicable to all other classes of Ameri
can citizens," and to help with "money
those who seek redress from class dis
crimination. He provided for the appoint
ment of a self-perpetuating board of direc
tors, to consist of three colored ministers,
respectively of the Methodist, Baptist and
Protestant Episcopal churches, a colored
physician graduated from some college and
a Philadelphia lawyer,' color not a condi
tion. It is said that his widow will not
consent to the will, and there are possible
other complications.
We are the largest handlers of
nishing Goods in this State and can
as we say.
House Fur-
do exactly
Sugar.
P. J. KELLY & CO.
Grand Avenue and Church Street.
THE SEW DISEASE:.
Live and learn. It now appears that
nobody has had the "grip." Those who
have been snre they had it have had some
thing else. Dr. Carl Seiler of Philadelphia
says so. "There is no mistake," he says,
"in the statement that an entirely new
disease exists for the physicians to com
bat." Of this disease, which is as yet
without a name, the doctor tells us that it
is wonderfully insidious, attacking the
Clara's Garriaies,
FURNITURE
BBH BBS BBSk A
luHl HIHli PLATT & THOMPSON,
IMust Be Sold.
90 and 93 Oransce Street.
Gome and See Our Prices.
The Best Place to get a Child's Carriage is from
THE MANUFACTURER.
WE ARE MAKING A FULL LINE, UP
HOLSTERED IN
Silk Plusb, Brocatlle, Carriage
Clotb, etc.
Repairing done at short notice.
Plush and Kat-
; Kocx-
OUR
Also
tan
era,
Iso have a large line of Fancy Plush and
Chairs, Divans, Dining Chairs, Patent I
all at factory prices.
New Haven Rattan Co.,
5S2 State street.
mhSl
HORSES !
Another carload of Horses ar
rived this morning, all in good
condition, ana ready for exam
ination and trial.
SMEDLEY BROS. & CO.,
Sale Stables,
169-173 Brewery Street.
GOLD MEDAL, TABS, 1878.
W. Baker ACo.'s
Breakfast
UNDERTAKING
AND '
UPHOLSTERING
DEPARTMENTS
Will Be Continued.
8. kl ffl. Blair,
li iri ti linn St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
WALL PAPERS
AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wal! Paper Store.
.. ovnminA rail POOdS and VOU Wll DO
surprised at our prices for beautiful ccombina-
l-tiona. ' m
E. it. jKnfwn.
PATOTTNH and DECORATING in all their sev
eral branches done well and Prompt"?- Estl
mates given. a,. K. jiu t luii.
165 Elm street, corner of York.
New Maple
XX Early Hebron Potatoes.
BENTS' NEW ENGLAND GINGER SNAPS.
COOPER & NICHOLS,
No. :78 State St.
apl Ct
Star, Sip.
20 Pounds Standard Granulated
FOR $1.00. '
COE & FIELD,
422 State Street.
A BIG BARGAIN.
Wo ahull rpnpivft to-dnv 1C0 cases of the finest
Imported Table Mustard, which we purchased
for just one-quarter of its value. And we shall
give it away for a few days at the following low
prices: Regular 15c size bottle we shall sell at 5c.
Regular 25c size bottle we shall sell at Be The
finest table relish obtainable ; try one bottle
you will want moro.
1UU iOZ. jans c ine rreucu i cm
13c can, 2 cans 25c.
They are of fine quality and are the Best Bar
gain in French Peas ever sold in this city.
maiaga urapes, i mj.
1000 boxes finest Bomestic Sardines packed in
oil, 7c box, 4 for 25c.
5B dozen cans California Apricots only skc can.
The above Apricots are or tne nnest quamy
and packed in heavy syrup better than reaches.
wransres, iirausi.
Oranges for cutting up, 13c dozen, 2 dozen 25c. :
Extra fine Havana Oranges 15 and 20c dozen.
Fancy Florida Oranges 25 and 30c dozen. j
Fancy Messina Lemons only 12c dozen.
Raisins. Raisins.
Another invoice of largo Muscatel Raisins, only
9c lb, 8 lbs 25c. They are larger and better vhan
the last invoice we have just sold. Look at t hem.
1,000 lbs New Dates. 7c lb.
Finest Evaporated Raspberries 35c lb.
Two gross Catsup, quart bottles. 12c each.
Brush Brooms, Brush Brooms.
Five gross just received, which we shall sell at
10c each. They are a bargain.
The finest New Orleans Molasses 45c gallon.
Sweet Pickled Beef Tongues 12c lb.
100 boxes new Dried Apples, 14c lb.
Many other bargains at
D.M.WELCH & SON'S,
28 and 30 Congress Avenue.
Branch 8 Grand Avenue
New Haven
Window Shade
Company.
FULL LINE
DIFFERENT.
Carpets,
Linoleums
Oilcloths,
and
Draperies, Shades, etc.
NEW RUGS NOW IN.
Smyrnas,
Moquettes and Wiltons.
SPRING DESIGNS.
NEW HAVEN
WINDOW SHADE COMP'Y,
68, 70, 72 Orange Street.
patient almost without warning; that it
effects the mucous membrane throughout.
the heart, the liver, but never (as far as
his observation goes) the kidneys; that it is
often followed by insanity. It stimulatei
the symptoms of, and has been often mis
taken for, a dozen other and widely dif
fering diseases pneumonia, bronuhitis
aggravated dyspepsia, consumption
typhoid fever, measles, scarlet fever
sninnl nieuincitis. pericarditis and
diphtheria. At Bethlehem, Pennsyl
vania, the doctor saw in one day
twenty-seven cases of supposed typhoid
fever; twenty-six were in fact cases of the
new disease, and yielded readily to treat
ment for it. But the new disease, accord
ing to Dr. Seiler, has certain symptoms
peculiar to itself and invariable. For
instance: The temperature is always low
in the evening aud morning, and highest
between 13 midnight and 3 a. m., when I
have known it to go up to 106 degrees.
There is a peculiar white coating to the
tongue with the edges and tip clear arid
moist. The pulse never goes above 100.
The skin is always moist; in fact, there is
profuse perspiration and never thirst.
The reason physicians have not noticed
these strange symptoms in diagnosing
cases of "it" as typhoid fever, etc., is
probably that they went to the patient
with preconceived notions.
This is important if true and interest
ing whether true or not. Benzoate of
soda, alternated with some hard tonic, is
asserted to be a certain cure for the new
disease, which if not properly treated
doesn't get well of itself.
She Tell me. what difference is there
between a ready-made tie and one you
tie yourself? tie Aoont an nonr. uk,
A woman never feels that she is alto-
o-ethnr ont of societv so Ions as she eeta an
invitation everv vear to a fashionable snil-
linei's opening. -Somerville Journal.
A Snarj Shot. Maud George, pli
exnlain what Ton meant by telling Edith
bit eves reminded you or a cat .
'George Why, simply to. appreciate
their beauty one must see them at night.
Puck.
His editorial habits cost him a pretty
penny the other day." "How!" "His wife
had a diamond ring worth, a thousand dol
lars sent- to him on approbation. He
didn't like it, and threw it into the waste-
basket." Hartwr's Bazar
She Say, Jim, what is Easter, anyway!
He Well. I don't know exactly; but
Raster Easter it's something about the
wind: it comes from the north, somehow,
I think. Yes north-easter that's it.
Smith, Gray & Co.'s Monthly.
Doctor You don't seem to improve as
rapidly as I could wish, young man.
Patient JNO. 1 (ruess It is tne nurse.
Doctor The nurse! What is the matter
with her!
Patient She is only eighteen, doctor.
New York Sun.
A little New York boy. Tommy Knick
erbocker, whose father is a prominent
club man, was studying his lesson not long
since. The little Dov was very mucn puz
zled over his lesson and finally he asked
Ilia Tn
"Pa, what does the word .'pretext'
mean!"
"Don't bother me." said his father, who
was readincr a newspaper; but his mother
siioke un and said sweetly:
"When vour father says he has to go to
the club on important business, that is a
pretext to get away from his family."
Tommy jotted down the definition and
read it out in school, thereby causing a
sensation. Texas Sittings.
I chanced upon a poem in the local press of late
Which impressed ine as the product of a bard
obscured great. ...
The sententious strength of Shakespeare. Mil
ton's majesty it wore:
Boldly beautiful as Byron, ami as musical us
Moore:
Its opulence of noble thought, and rhythmic
wisdom sa.
Struck me like a rwvf latiou in this unpociir r.e.
And I felt the glorious capture of a student ol
the sky.
When an undiscovered planet liecms 111 x
ploring eye !
iliatterwl by an ui:ex-
common cast iron, and only about one-
third that of structural steel, while its
compressive strength is less than one-sixth
that of cast iron. Under transverse test a
one-sixth square bar of cast iron, four feet
six inches between supports, will sustain a
load of fire hundred pounds with deflec
tion of two inches, while a similar bar of
aluminum would deflect over two inches
with a load of two hundred and fifty
pounds. The modulus of elasticity of
cast aluminum is about eleven million, be
ing only about one-half that of cast iron,
and one-third that of steel. It combines
with iron in all proportions, but none of
its alloys with that metal are of value ex
cept those with very small percentages of
aluminum. Other elements than alumi
num can be better employed to harden
iron, and its presence in iron is to be re
garded as deleterious and to be avoided if
possible. The addition of aluminum does
not lower the melting point of steel, as
has been claimed, nor does it increase its
fluidity.
Une of tbe most important statements
made by Mr. Hunt concerning alnminnm
is that of its cost. It is not a cheap met
al, as now manufactured in the works of
the PittaLnrg Reduction company at the
rate of three hundred and seventy-five
pounds per day and Belling at about two
dollars per pound, but be gives what may
be called a theoretical estimate of its
probable cost when made in great ijuanti
ties in the future as follows: "Two pounds
slumuia (52 94 per cent. Al.) six cents; one
pound of carbon electrode, two cents;
chemicals, carbon dust and pots, one cent;
twenty-two electrical horse power exerted
an nonr, water power being used, five
cents; labor and superintendence, three
cents; general expense, interest and re
pairs, two cents; total cost of one pound
of aluminum, twenty cents.
The above otatementa are made simply
as an antidote to the extraordinary claims
which have been made regarding the value
of aluminum as a metal of construction,
and are by no means intended to disparage
the value of metal for the uses to which it
is well adapted. These uses are very nu
merous and are constantly increasing, and
there are great possibilities yet remaining
tor tbe metal, especially in the shape ot its
alloys with other metals, the properties of
which alloys are now beiug made a suD-
ject of research. Mr. Hunt's paper treats
1 1 .. n . 1. .)nn.innm nt i.m
good qualities which recommend it for
these uses, lie also tells us that tbe dim- ,
cnlty which has hitherto been found in I
soiuenng aluminum nas at last oeen over
come, and that it can now be soldered by
the use of the blowpipe with ordinary
bard or soft solder, or with pure zinc, or
with an alloy of zinc and aluminum as the
soldering metal. The novelty, which has
just been covered bp letters patent, is in
the soldering salt, which allows the solder
to flow freely on the surfaces to be united.
The difficulty of the softness of aluminum
is also now overcome by the method of al
loying pure aluminum with a few per cent
of hardening metal, and by cold rolling,
hammering or drop forging.
for a cargo of opium and Chinese have
been completed, small lota of the former
are secretly taken on board, and enough
Chinamen to make a load are told to get
ready. Toward the close of evening two
or three will stroll over to the reserve dis
guised as si washes. They are taken aboaid
one of the boats, and in (he morning she
goes out to fish. If a custom officer hap
pens to notice them he cannot say anything
or attempt to stop tbe boat, which once
cut of the harbor is free from prying eyea,
and she shapes course for Cadboro bay. Or
she may go up to James or Sidney islands,
as Cad bora bay is getting a little too pub
lic, although a few years ago it was a fa
mous place for smugglers. When one or
the other of these havens is reached the
Chinese are landed and the boat puts bavk
to Victoria. This done two or three times,
until a suQi'-ient number to make a good
load have been concealed at one or the
other of tho points ineniiunt-d where ih-:e
are camps. Then all 1 hat is needed is a
favorable wind aud a dark night. Tie rert
is easy. No curious eyes can bee t'e start,
they are fir away frvui t. icgrap!i offices,
and the run across i- jaii kly m.ule,the trip
being so timed lhal the sloitp it: by Fort
Towusend in the early ev, a::; Or aha
may go down by way tf ilntigi-ness. Some
times a bold dah ont if YMoria harbor in
the evening is made, but evea then there
is not much risk. The only trouble is, if
the Canadian cCurin them ii it apt to
cause unpleasant iaquirit-. 1 he ue of
the telegraph is ol :i service
whatever. Frequently have ill officers
in Port Townsend bii notified, but
it waa of no avail. The liiian- i eirtiaa
on the American side are so small that the
smngglers only laugh.
When an opium cargo only is to be ta
ken, small lots are rat bed from time to
time on Salt Spring inland aud on the other
island to the southeast wheie camps are
maintained, and when the proper time
cornea a cargo is made up from itie reposi
tory and a run made across the line. The
landing of the opium is the mt difficult
part of the work. A Chinaman may be
landed near some town and find bis way to
a place of safety, but opium has to be car
ried, and it is not always easy to get it in
to Chinatown undetected. At points on the
American shore repositories are maintained
by some smugglers, where opium is stored
until it ran be carried away.
IJttscrtUutcous
PI CET SOIHD SMI GULKBS.
mys-Aee' tie-
But my lofty hojM'S wei
peered stroke.
And a bitter diseneliautmenc o'er
lusion orowe;
For, precipitated rudely from Parnassus' heav
enly mount.
Where my soul had bathed serenely in the Heli
conian fount,
I discovered that a bogus bard.with meretricious
lyre.
Had ingeniously ensnared me in bis web of
warbliDtr wire.
And decoyed mo up the Olympian hoijents to
oeuow in my ear:
Tso MeClusk-y's Persian Planters and your
corns will disappear: Puck
Opium and Cblnanien Carried Acre.,
the Line by Slippery Skippers.
From the West Shore 1
The movement on foot at Washington to
secure for the revenue service on Pnget
sound two small and swift steam cutters
for the purpose of putting an end to the
smuggling from British Columbia of Chi
nese and opium, now carried on extensive
ly and successfully, is one that has the
hearty approbation of every resident of this
section; not that they care much about the
opium feature of the busiitcsK. for they i
look upon that as a matter concerning on-1
ly the revenue omccrs untl the nuuigglc!
To the community at large the smuggling
of opium is a matter of i'luiffereiice. It
has no effect npon the use of the diajrt
for purposes of debauchery, agaiust which "
stringent law., but ill enforced, exist in
every stale, and tl.c ,ju j-ti,-:. ,.f v!et;.- r
the c.jvcri:ment sh:i) or ylmW in.t ir rive a
B:i:all revenue from llu- !ini.t,i-ta:::i .t the
dnmu'ilile stuffs cit ut- any interest vl.at
ever. In the s:.lijeet ! Mini .if..; C'lii:iu-
c.ti- ;-- iv li.iw n i!ir--i t ;n-
iff!
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
all in Ivwnrninic; strengtH.-
mentt'ood liepoix.
-Llteel U. 8
ijtlitn
STREET'S
n
men, however, ;,! ;
tcivst, Iiol h much i
in the ii:innlti! ii---,.!:
It is iiu;ii-:--:i'! to.
men succeed ii; criw
from Canada or Me;
j identity in tbe o.;mi
! Chiiic.-c eoloi.v. it
; th- 1,.
Q
111
Cocoa
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
Absolutely Pure
and it is Soluble,
No Chemicals
are used in its preparation. It has
mors than three times 4he strength of
Cocoa mixed with. Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and ia therefore far more
Monomlcal, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening,; easily digested,
and admirably edapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health,
old by Proper everywhoro-
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mm.
E.H. TETTER,
Furniture Upholsterer.
AU work guaranteed tone done first class, at
reasonable prices. AH orders by mall promptly
attended to and estimates given.
43 Washington St. cor. Liberty.
Do not fail to examine our stock of Furniture
and 4ternete before nurchaainEP elsewhere. Our
assortment of Ohambsr Buita, Parlor Suits, Car-
uuciotns, unuaren's uarnafres, etc., is un-
iurpaawd. LOWKST
6TASL SKOJU
.11 nutn, ObU., 1
BLE PRICES.
U Chun Straat.
Fancy Ponce
MOLASSES.
300 hlids. Fancy Ponce Molas
ses now landing ex Scliooner "F.
T. Hodsrkins" and for sale at
lowest market rates.
STODDARD, KISSBERLY & GO.,
213 and 215 Water Street,
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Camaps,
0YSTERSI OYSTERS!
Fish of all Kinds in Season.
j LOBSTERS, LITTLE KECK CliMS,
LIVE BAIT, SCALLOPS,
3S3TO., ETC., ETC
A. FOOTE & CO.'S,
QS8 STATE
MADE OF BAMBOO RODS,
Elegant in Design
AND
Reasonable in Price.
SUBS TO PLEASE YOU. m
SLEDS and SKATES
At Low Prices to Close Out.
WEED & CLARK,
HARDWARE STORE,
55 Church Street. Opp. Fostaffice.
Soecial Prices in FURS This Month.
BURGESS & BURGESS,
781 CHAPEL STREET.
NOTICE.
Any person desiring to buy BREAD
without the addition of CORN
FLOUR or any other adulteration
oan do so by asking their grocer for
8. 8. THOMPSON a CO.'S Vnxl. -
MURPHY'S
CREDIT TO ALL.
WITHOUT SECURITY.
Men's. Boys' and Children's
Clothing .
ON SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS. V 1
hu hmEN CREDIT CLOTHING CO.,
OfflotTst floor, TH Chapel St. Open nntO 0 p. m.
TRUE FORM.
Tmtiainr. wAtoh me with an eve of jealousy.
They try in vain to duplicate me. But there is a
magnetism about my shoe. It needs norecom
i mend I am Murphy's Custom Shoe for men.-
Best soles ana neeisooc.; extra neavy su.ua
95c. Hand sewed, Jl.lu to i.ie. unoessoieaat
oneour's notice. .T -
Practical Custom Shoe Maker,
mfaiTtt . Center, near Orange street',
The United States has a first-class band
even if she hasn't much of a navy.
It is generally agreed that Italy's unez-
nected TJerformance hasn't anything war
like in it.
One of the candidates for mayor in
Chicago smokes cigarettes. It ought to
defeat him.
Russia reluctantly has given Germany
permission to send every year a few Ger
man officers over the border to study the
Russian language. The officers will not
be allowed to choose their places of resi
dence. All will be obliged to live in Hasan
a university town, without a single mill
tary company within its walls. Russia's
prejudice against foreign officers within
her boundaries is due to the fact that she
suspects Germany and Austria of main
taining elaborate systems of military
espionage on Russian soil.
The new south continues to make proc-
IVs" ATTrW COOPER ress- Th8 Manufacturers' Record says:
The last wees: has been one ot tne busiest
in the industrial advancement of the South
ever known. Among the leading projects
reported is a $1,500,000 company now be
ing organized in New York to establish
cotton-seed oil refineries; a $13,000,000
company to build soap works throughout
the South, using cotton-seed products; a
$100,000 brick company in Texas, and an
other in the same State to make $150,000
bricks a day; a co-operative town company
in Tennessee, with a capitalization of $10,-
000,000.
A leaning tower is one of the novelties
which will attract attention at the Chicago
world's fair. This tower, modeled some
what after the famous- leaning tower of
Pisa, Italy, will be entirely of steel. Bnt
the intention is to make the Chicago edifice
not only higher, but more of a leaning
tower than the Pisa example. While the
Pisa tower ia only 175 feet in height, the
Chicago tower is to soar into the air to the
extent of 225 feet; and whereas the Italian
structure leans only eighteen feet out of
the perpendicular, the daring spirit of the
western engineer considers an oblique an
gle one hundred feet oat of the perpendic
ular quite feasible.
Danger la DuKtcr.
(From Good Heolth.
The modern subject of germs has brought
to light a great number of avenues through
which the causes of disease may come in
contact with the body. The feather duster
is evidently an excellent means of keeping
germs stirred up and floating about in the
air so as to facilitate their incubation.
Evidently the use of this article in the
sick room ia wholly ont of place. House
wives and chambermaids should invaria
bly protect the mouth and nose by tying a
handkerchief over mem, or Dy employing
some other form of strainer for the breath,
whenever the use of the cluster is required.
and after the duster has been used the
doors and windows should be open to al
low a free circulation of air nntil the float
inir rinat has been removed. A room oc
enmed bv consumptives shonia never oe
rInHtad in this wav. as there is crreat dan
ger of inhaling the air containing germs of
the disease, and thus communicating tue
affection to well persons. Undoubtedly
consumption has frequently been caught
in this way.
AN ALlitllfdiJl ANTIDOTE.
Tlelal
fae sitiUia of Medal a enrilcl .- it .' i ift
WORLD S FAIR.
jlstheBestGood Enough
FOR YOU?!!
i
:- t.'t;-.li..
larv l;;it-
U UIOU.ll.4'1) V lif SOllH-
a mfiin that hun
dreds crossed i;i l'rim iiexico until last
year the excessive vigilance of the ;aicers, I
which resulted m the capture t a lare i
number and the bendin oil" vf umnr mere,
lis well us 111-: inhiiMiitabli' lir.tuie "'f the
desi-rl country over which thry had to
tiajss. and wli-re tho btms -.i" more than
one now lie lilrat-hiiiji in tho practical
ly put an end to all eHort in that iire-tiou. I
The CanadiTiii border is the one now uftVr- i
ing the easiest ojienir.gs for tbe guile-leas
Mongolian. On l'nget s iniui this illrgitt- j
mate busint f has become a science.
Chinamen are comiilel to twy a bead
tax of $50 to land in British Columbia. and j
they cheerfully pay this in order to rfecur '
a foothold from which tbey may gain the I
coveted entrance to tbe United States, to se- '
cure which they would pav many times : Alsoerrera! Imndnvl pww ih.i n vaialogru
that amount if tiipr cnnlri enms riirm-t Br at 3c each. 1 lor SjC, la clow OIK.
tkia ..iii.n.mullt (Vnnil. im(. ll.d .....r..w
and we get the Chinamen. Although
few manage to cross the line on foot and
safely reacn the sheltering domiciles or 83 and :IS5 State Street,
their countrymen, the great majority come i -.,., , ccnvrmi'itril
H. STREET 2i i
MUSIC.
Ovit :t.fcJr iii!tr-n! i"it-c .! si ?5um?- inciud-
I ID.? AtUi finjtili.'ll jt..-.-'s a
1.5 CENTS PER COPY.
Catalogues Free.
; New Hayen 5 anil 10c store,
Repairer and Adjuster of Fins Watches
At Moderate Prima,
8 Chapel Street. New Haven.
WELLS & GTJNDE,
J" owolera,
No. 788 Chapel Street.
A LARGE LIKE
SOLD) SILVER and
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Bepalring of
Watches and Jewelry
A SPECIALTY.
J. H. G. DTJRANT,
MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN.
Special attention given to the fitting of th
eyes-Satisfaction guaranteed.
No Charge for Testing the Eyes,
40 CHURCH STREET, j fur dealer, "oan have no idea of its magni- square inoh la not greater than that of
People who have never attended the big
mid-winter fur auction in London, says a
Statements to Show Tbat the
Has Been Overrated.
The Engineering and Mining Journal for
March 7 contains this article:
If anyone ought to know what alumi
num is, and what it is good for, it should
he one of the leadinz manufacturers of
this metal; and if such leading manufac
turer deliberately and publicly says that
aluminum is not the extraordinarily good
metal that it is popularly believed to be.
then we have good reason to suspect that
he is rieht and that popular belief in the
matter is wrong. These remarks are sug
gested by a lecture delivered by Alfred E.
Hunt, president ot the rittsDurg .Reduc
tion company, before the Boston Society of
Arts, on February 12, on "The Properties,
Uses and Processes of Production of
Aluminum." He states that the two chief
difficulties which his company has met
with in selling aluminum and introducing
it into the arts end manufactures of the
country during the past two years have
been, first, the extravagant, erroneous and,
in many oases, mischievously misleading
claims which have been made concerning
the properties ot tue metal, and, second,
the equally widespread, extravagant and
misleading claims by inventors of process
es for the manufacture of aluminum at re
markably low prices.
We have been so surfeited lately with
statements to the effect that aluminum is
going to revolutionize the world that it is
interesting to learn from such a source
that it has some bad qualities. Among
them are the following:
For many purposes the pure metal can
not be so advantageously used as that con
taining three or four per cent, of impuri
ty. The pure metal is very soft and not
so Btrong as the impure. The thin coat of
oxide which it gains on exposure gives it a
pewtery appearanoe, which makes it unde
sirable for table ware. It becomes pasty
at a temperature as low as one thousand
degrees Fahrenheit, melts at thirteen hun
dred degrees Fahrenheit, and loses its ten
sile strength and much of its rigidity as
low as four or five hundred degrees. It is
inferior to copper as a conductor of heat
and electricity, in fact being only half as
good. Its lack of rigidity and hardness is
an obstacle to its use for many purposes,
Buch bb castings. In rolling it not nearly
as much draft can be given to the rolls as
in the case of rolling steel.
In cold rolling it requires to be annealed
oftener than steel. Alloys of the metal
increase in brittleness more than they do
in nardneaa. its tensile strength, per
UJT It It 1 . a law 11 u.ui i w u i-ii.iilio 111 .
sound at the head of the Straits of Fuca, J
lying on both sidns of the supposititious j
line separating the two countnw, oner i
special facilitieslurtueopernliotiHoi trnug- ;
glern, who, ustug small Bailing vessels and i
taking advantage of dark nights and their j
knowledge of tbe movements of the reve- ;
nue officers, have little difficulty in cross- J
lug tue uue wim caigue-n i opium nuu lis
smokers, lauding both in tne hidden re
cesses of some American Chinatown. Tbe
vessels engaged in this business are osten
sibly fishing boats, from two to ten tons
butthen, aud are so registered at Victoria,
the seat of operations. They frequently
change their appearance by painting and j
making other external alternations, and
occasionally adopt a uew name and new ;
registered owner, all for the purpose of
confusing their identity in the minds of
the revenue officers on both fides of the
revenue officers on both sides of the liae,
who keep a bright lookont for them, the
officers on the Canadian side feeling that
these slippery skippers are as willing to
bring contraband goods back with them as
to take them away, being neither respect
ers of persons nor Governments.
At the entrance to Victoria harbor is a
buov off the Indian reerv?, and this is
where the sinnggling vessels he at anchor,
presenting the iutst innocent asiect imagi
nable. When the financial arrangements
PROPRIETORS.
WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
Aturatf 4 r.BMlMt.U.
OFT7CT?!.
t ' 'Fttur- fc-,f t - r , -
Mceliniiir.' Hank.
Ouarlrrij- SlatcnK-nl. April 1X91.
Capital stnek.
Itue depositors.
Iue (tanks.
Surplus fund.
Profit and loos,
Ifvtdends unpaid.
Liabilities.
Hill dtMmilitcd.
Hankint; house.
Specie.
lunk and lejral ten.l.-r notes,
Lute from hanks.
t Checks for clearing house.
Checks and cash items.
: Expense account.
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1 .351 Ul
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