06 per Year.
So-; per Copy.
THE OAKKINQTOS PUBLI8HIKG CO.
Tun OIiDEST DAILT HBW8PAPKB IN THE STATE.
onrica oo statk btkeetj
NEW HAVEN, CONN., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1894.
Youraan's Celebrated, the Helton and
Other Fashionable Makes.
Oar Hst Stock is man's mirror of what
- he ought to wear.
Trunk, Satohels, Bags, Drees Snlt
Cases, great and small, In many leach
Fashionable Fare at about the cost of
No. 795 Chapal Street,
Hattier and Farrier.
CHASE k CO.,
Outfitters and Shirtmakers,
New Haven House Building.
BOTH MEDIUM and HIGHEST QUALITY
" CLUB HOUSE" CBAVAT3,
NEW "COURT" BOWP,
"DON JUAN" TIBS, and
"DON JUAN" FOUR-IN-HANDS.
CHASE & CO.,
Agents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Laundry.
Work called for and delivered, and satisfaction
14 and 16 Church Street.
H TR- Enll Gericke. late of the Hoffman House
1V1 Barber Stoop, New York, bas taken charge
of our tonsooial department. We can guaran
tee first-class workmanship to patrons- 120
OLD POIMT COMFORT, YA.
Absolutely free from malaria and un-
surpassed for hearthfu'ness generally,
and so testified to by physicians ; wifi
air heavily charged with ozone, Nature's
greatest boon to the health seeker ; with scenic
attractions unrivalled, Ola Point Comfort ranks
foremost as a winter resort, while its world
famous Hygeia Hotel, with its improved and
now perfect drainage and other sanitary arrange
ments, the unquestioned parity of Its drinking
water, unsurpassed cuisine, embracing every
delicacy of land and sea fools, tbe charm of its
resident garrison life, its abundant musical fea
tures and dancing, constitute a variety of at
tractions seldom offered at any resort.
F. 1ST. PIKE,
d25 eod Jm .MANAGER.
IMPROVEMENTS AMD ALTERATION.
Hade during the dull summer months
- - lHOSBLBlT'S
fTCT NEW U1VGN HOUSE
swawanl More comfortable than ever for both
permanent or transient guests. Traveling men
are shown especial attention.
all 8ETH H. MOBBLET
gatuts, Wits, tc
PLEASE CUSTO HER8
BECAUSE THIS RETAIN
THEIR BEAUIY AND
A TRIAL WILL PROVE
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 - State - Street.
THE FINEST LINE OP
AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Come and examine our goods and yon will be
surprised at our prices for beautiful comblnt
Uons. E. R. JEPFCOTT.
PAINTING and DECORATING in all their sev
eral branches done well and promptly. Esi
nates given. E. R. JEFFCOTT
581 Kim Street, corner of York.
JAMES A. FOG ARTY,
Carpenter and Builder.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF
Heal Estate Bought, Sold and Exchanged,
hop Bear 631 Grand. Avenue,
nv Iv RMriaene. SM Blatnhlev An.
Xa W. ROBINSON
760 CHAPEL STREET
K. G. KUSSELL,
KK3 CliavAl Htrot.
162 Orange Street.
(Dear Court Street.)
TELEPHONE NO. 8W-.
THE best Artificial Stone In the market for
alaewalks, driveways : mill, shop and barn
Boon ; cellar bottoms, curbing, coping, etc.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
A. D.FANSLOW& CO.,
ftxebange Building, Room 12,
lalg tf (P. O- Box 8M. NEW HAVEN.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Prepared from t ie recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet
Of Conneotrcot, tbe great natural Bone Setter.
Has Been need for more than 50 years and Is i the
best snows remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
wralns Brntses, Burns, Cats, Wounds and all ex
ternal rejurlea. C. H. CON WAY,
avowrlaaor. Mole Aaaet.
24 till' TOOK TIRttHM
(erMMtlf eoad'ncteif . Beat bote! and train r
Vie. Send for prospectus and Itinerary to .
' S3 tkarefc Street,
Jstf - mlU.
KFRINQEMCNTS ON THIS TRADE HtAHtfl
"VUELTA RAYANA" ALONE
Pleases the taste of the critical connois
seur. No artificial process can enhance
Its value, .nature alone can Improve It.
It had always been esteemed above every
other variety. This Tobacco combined
with a fine East Hartford Connecticut
wrapper, which improves its burning
ana fire-hoiainff qualities, is carefully se
lected, made np by nrst-ciaes hand
Workmen into the
JUDGES' CAVE CIGAR,
And approaches the Absolute Perfection
for which I Solicit a Trial.
P. D. GRAVE,
Direct Importer of Vuelta Havana Tobacco and
manufacturer 01 cigars,
Corner State and Wooiler Streets,
New Haven, Ct.
Are upon us, and we must all be eeonom
ical. No better place to practice economy
than in yonr wearing apparel. Look up
yonr old dresses, wraps, etc., and take
them to one of onr offices, where yon can
learn what can be done with them in the
way of cleaning or dyeing.
A great many of yonr old garments can
be made to give yon good service by
proper handling in onr hands.
Also saved and made wearable.
Give us a
THE FORSYTH CO.
OFFICES 878 Chapel street,
34:5 ' "
State, Lawrence and
T7Q HOWE 8TREBT. Miss Lena H. Nichols
1 1) will add a kindergarten to her school for
young ladles and miss's. The new department
will be in charge of a trained and experienced
kindergartner, and will open for the spring term
Monday, March 26, 1834. f28 24 gti 28 mh3t
MECHANICAL BRA WING,
V. R. HONEY, 179 Church street.
Hartford office, 253 Main street. Address let
ters to New Haven office. an!5 ly
Conservatory, 201 Dixwell Avenue.
TW. 8 HER sAN, Teacher of Piano and
. Organ for New Haven and surrounding
towns. Engagements forchnrch entertainments,
parties, balls, lodges, shore resorts, etc., with or
Wltnout orchestra, at reaaonaoie raxes. u.
DESS AUER-TROOST WYK
SGHOOli OP MUSIC.
781 Chanel Street.
Thorou&rh Musical Education after the method
of foremost European Conservatories.
Violin, Piano, Organ, Singing, Flute, Clarion
ette, Cornet, French Horn, Viola. 'Cello, Double
Bass, Mandolin, Bandurria, Harmony and En
semble Playing. Instruction single or in classss.
Applicants received dally from )2 to 1 and 4 to 6
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
83 Church Street.
E. A. PARSONS. J. JEROME HAYES.
Private Instruction Only.
Whv be indifferent about getting your Spec
tacles properly fitted f when by going to
r a rant's, the Jeweler,
Tou can have your eyes carefully tested and any
errors of refraction corrected at cost of Qlasses
only. All kinds of frames kept in stock.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Carefully execute! at
Durant's, 55 Church Street,
WEX.X.3 fs GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
nil Lice Sterling Silver asd Silver
MIL'S ANTI-RHI!MATIG RIHSS.
No. 788 Chapel Street.
URNITURF AND CARPET
Will find it to their ad
vantage to examine
OUR LAEG-E STOCK.
STAHXi & HEGEL,
S 111 larilinrnh Htraei.
Por Freight and Stages.
SMEDLEY BROS. & CO.,
Brewery Street. .-,
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
Solicitor of 0. S. tnd Fortigi Pgteiit
; . gobdsbi ib Taum uaeses
W3EW HAVEN, CONN. , , .3
, 70 Church St., KmsuI and 4.
' (Monday, Tuesday and Wedsesday .)
aFBINGIFIELD.s M A88.,
" lTfBialn Street.
. . Thrsday,frlitay and Bator .lay.) -
-Mirht veatw exneiienee a Examiner In rr 8,
r stent offlos. Beterwoes to v-oaaepat-
entargxiie i ,
The People's Dry Goods Store.
: New arriv
: alsevery day
s The choicest
: and domestic
Is Near. .
I 1UR lines of Worsted Fabrics are
direct from the manufacturers
bands, thus msuriug you the lowest
prices. We are showing many beautiful
styles not to be found elsewhere.
We can conscientiously say that never
before has our display been as good.
-At this price are shown a
magnificent line of Jac
ties, etc. select styles.
These goods are sold in many cities at
$1 fifyAt this price we offer a
. WW granci line ot 46-inch
neciS and Broken
Square effects. This fabric would be
gooa value at $1.75.
it is witnout exception the greatest
alue for the money to be found in this
f JTT Shows a very handsome
Y' dJ llne f. Novelties in 40
and 50 in. iroods. Onlv
the choicest patterns.
Also a remarkablv -well-selected Kn
m laurics at 91.35, Jii.50, Ji.75 and up.
In domestic weaves we are showing ex
ceptional values at isc. 2";c.. aoc. -joc.
A grand line of exclusive designs.
From 59c nP-
Realizing that there are many who i
would like to choose their dress now :
when assortments are at their best, I
but are unable to do so, owing to the 5
times, etc., we make the following :
offer: Any dress selected will be laid :
aside any reasonable length of time
upon the payment of a reasonable :
proportion of the value of the dress.
No reason now why you shouldn't I
select your dress now. :
Royal Melity Baip.
rriHEE Ranges can be furnished with s Horl
X zontal Boiler Hot Air Attachment. Bight
and Left Hand Fire.
Low In Price, and every
30 State Street.
.surpassed for Occasional and Sap
Efficient, Quickly Applied, Economical
xso Ashes, jno uust.
All Styles and Sizes Sold and
NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO.,
No. 80 CROWN 8TBEET.
LUMBIHG - G4SFITTIHG
.T. If. Buckley. 179 nhnrch.
20 Per Gent. Gash Discotim
Oil and Gas Heaters.
One to two cents per hour will keep you warm.
NO ASHES, NO DUST.
GASOLINE AND OIL.
The Fuel of tbe Future
C P. MERRIMAN,
Open evenings. 1 1UI VAm Street.
levated ClosBt, Cabinet Bisb,
Over 1,500 need in New Haven.
Tbe heaviest, finest made, and moat con
venient Range ever offered. Sole Agent,
S. E DIBBLE,
639 G-rand Avenue.
Southern Pacific Go.
- For particulars address
E. E CURRIER, N. E. Aeent.
lie WASHINGTON STREET,
m imm & co
Last Annual Sale
T I GREATEST
The Greatest Bargain! on R.
36 Inch Satin Berber, 36 lnoh Wool
Plaids, in choice effects, at 29c yard.
38 lnoh all wool Trie at and Canvas
Dress Goods, in choice oolora, worth
and sold at 50c, onr price 33o yard.
38 lnoh all wool Cheviots and Hea
ther Mixtures, in lovely combinations,
at 39c yard.
46 lnoh all wool French forges,
leading spring colors 75o was the
prloe for quality. Oar price 50o yard.
Examine onr new line of Imported
Novelties from 50a to $2.00 yard.
Until they last, we offer as an nn
nsnal bargain 800 yards Printed China
Silks, aotnally worth 374c and never
sold nnder 25o, at 17o a yard.
27 lnoh finest China Silks In exqui
site designs, lovely patterns for waists
or dresses 75o yard, worth $1.25.
46 inch all wool Henriettas, an ex
tra good quality, actaal worth 69o, at
32 inches wide fine Imported Scotch
Gingham, old prloe 25 to 83c, at
Fast Black gatiDes.
Fine Fast Black Satines, regular
price 20e, at 15o a yard.
66 In. all linen Bleached Table Dam
ask, iu choice patterns, worth 48c, at
29o a yard.
Import d Dimi ies, in plain white
stripes, 20 j quality, at 12Jo yard.
In Fink, Bine. Crem, Lavender,
Red and Nile. Yon know the price
aeked. Oar price 15a yard.
Scotch Outing Flannel?.
36 inch in White grounds, with
Black and Brown Strips?, old price
50o ; at 25s yard.
Very latest spots for dresses, des
tined to be the popular f abrlo for Out
ing Dresses. Special sale at 19a and
Knitting Ooton, all colors, always
sold at 80 ball ; our prlc?, 3 balls 10c.
In a good assortment of Plaids, So
In Fiaks, Bines, Blacks and Browns,
white grounds, in tiny figures, at
25 patterns to choose from In a
good Dress Gingham, always sold at
103, 5o yard.
50 pieces 36 Inch Beetled Silesia, a
quality sold In every store fo.- 25o, at
10 pieces Fast Blaok 36 inch Satines
at 10c yard.
Indigo Bine Prints 00 yard.
Spring styles in the very choicest
patterns. These are soft, having the
exaot apptaranoe of 50c French Chal
lies. Undoubtedly the most desirable
clotb now on the market for Tea
Gowns, Dresses, eto ; 12fo yard.
Cottons Special .
Three bales Brown Cotton beat In
America at 5o yard.
Two oases Bleached Cotton best in
America at 7o yard.
The greatest bargains of all are
these. Last week we purchased a lot
of Hambargs, in whole piece, and
manufacturers' remnant., which will
be cloaed out at leas than 50o on the
Hamburg Edgings, in wide and me
dium patterns, best mad. needlework,
cheap at 63 yard onr price, 9 yards
Hamburg Embroideries, majority of
patterns cheap at lOo our pries, 4,
yards for 25c
BIN McffiTIBE k CO.,
CHAPEL STREET, - -
IS THIS TOWJST.
j 3,500 Yards
Hamburg Embroideries, In wide and
medium natterna. vrv i hoi rui rlMlona
the quality superb. Every lady wllfl
ony pen or inis lot. uar prloe, 4
yaras xor zuo.
aamourg jsmDrolderies, In very
wiae ana medium wiatns, a brantlful
assortment, wonderfully cheap. Onr
, price, 4j yards for 35c.
Hamburg Embroideries,' in lovely
fin. and wide designs, decidedly the
bargain of the season. No house In
the trad, can duplicate such values
under double the price. Yours, while
tney last, luo yaru.
Extra wide Hsmbarg majority 10
inches wide comments on this lot un
necessary at 12Jo yard.
100 pairs Lsca Cartalus, 3 yards
long. The best Bedroom Curtain ever
offered cheap at $1.75 $1.00 pair.
Men's Outing Shirts in a variety of
woven Cheviots, Satines, Crepe Clotb,
Ontlng Flannels, eto. Shirts that will
wear. Shirts that are a oredit to the
seller. Shirts that are made perfect
and not scrimped. Sliirts that are
usually sold at 75c. Yourchoioe at
50c each. Look in onr windows.
Compare the styles, examine the qnal
JtjLoa.iharwaai.Ta, then w.-wUI get
yonr trade. t
lien's Laundered Cheviot and fine
Percale Shlits, with attached Collars
and Caffs. The choicest styles are
what we offer at the price of the poor
styles. Dollar each is the universal
prloe. Oars 69o each
Men's fine Oxford Shirts, laundered
Collars and Cuffs, in modest patterns,
sold everywhere at $1 50. Oar prices
as modest as the patterns, 98c each.
Men's Half Hose in Stripes, Fast
Black, Tan, two-thread double toe and
heel, fall regular made, 2 pairs 25s.
Men's Half Hose In fast black, 40
gauge, double sole heel and toe, Maco
yarn, positively worth 50c. Oar
500 dozen Ladles' Hose in Tan, Fast
Black and Balbrlggen, the finest
stocking ever sold at our price 2
pairs for 25o.
100 dozen Ladlts' Fast Black Hose,
extra long, double sole, heel and toe,
a stocking that will give the very best
wear, and a bargain at 25c a pair.
50 dozen Ladlea' Fast Blaok Hose,
very fine 50o quality, 370 pair, or 3
pairs for $1 00.
Children's Wool Hose in Black, 5 to
7, at only lOo pair.
Children's Fast Black Hose, double
heel and toe, regular price 25o, at 19o
Special sale of best quality All Silk
Grot, Grain Bibbon with fancy edges ;
abetter bargain than yon ever bought
at the following prices, because our
prices are less than half.
No. 4, 6c.
No. 5, 80.
No. 7, 10c
No. 9, 12,0.
No. 13, 15c.
Lidies' 4 Button Kid Gloves all
Sold at $1 00, onr price 75o.
All shades in Ladies' China Silk
Waists, large sleeves, advertised at
$4.00, oar price $2.98.
Ladles' Fast Black Skirts in fin.
Satines, 50o nnder prloe. At 79o,
$1 00 and $1.25.
Ladies' Night Bobea, made of good
cotton, Hamburg inserting, also deep
Hamburg ruffle on neok and sleeves,
worth 75c, at 49o each.
Ladles' Night Robes, made of extra
good cotton, fin. Hamburar Inserting,
also fine Hamburg ruffles on neck and
sleeves. Worth $1.00, at 75o,
Ladles' Night Bobes, made of good
cotton, colored embroidery on neok
and aleeves, and Jabot front. Worth
$1, at 75c each.
Ladies' Night Bobea, fine cotton,
extra fin. embroidery, worth $1.50, at
$1.00 each. "
Ladles' Const Covers a bargain
Ladlea' Fine Drawers, with deep
Hamburg raffle, cheap at 60s ; at 39o
Infanta' Slips, two bargains, at 25o
ana so eaca.
Children's Gingham D
worth ther Hubbard), embroidered,
87fo, at 59o eaoh.
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vertisements one Cent Wors each inser
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wants. To Let, For Bale, etc
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and over. 10 per cent.: on four inches or more.
one monm ena over, is per cent.
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NO CLOVEB FOR JOSEPHS.
We suppose that one of the most power
ful influences In the Democratic campaign
which resulted In the election of Cleveland
the stirring eong, "Grover, Grover,
Fonr years mora of Grover, Then we'll be
in clover." This song fired the zeal and
satisfied the Imagination of those who sang
it. They saw themselves happy and pros
perous under Democratic rule, and as con
tented as cows In a clover field. They
sang about Grover and Clover all through
the campaign, they sang about the two as
they went to the polls, and they ssng to
the same effect more heartily than ever
when the returns came In and they were
sore of Grover and Clover. They are not
It wonld naturally be thought that tbe
man who thus linked Grover and Clover
In song and furnished one of the most
powerful motors of the campaign, would
be entitled to gratitude for his great ser
vice. Bat Dr. Samuel Josephs of Pennsyl
vania, who wrate the song, has been look
ing for his clover in the shape of an ap
pointment to be United States marshal.
It has not come, and he is wondering what
he ever wrote that song for. Hs feels as
though hlspoetlo license aught to have been
revoked before it was ever abased In that
way, and he doesn't know how he allowed
his Imagination to so get the npper hand of
Dr. Josephs has certainly cause for dis
gust and regret. Cleveland Is certainly
deeply indebted to him. Bat what can be
expected of an administration that has
from the beglning shown neither gratitude
nor a sense of humor i
ONE YEAR OF GROVER.
President Cleveland is celebrating tbe
anniversary of bis Inauguration by shoot
ing docks. A great many of th. people
are celebrating it by eating free soup and
tbe bread of charity, and wondering if
they will be able to hold out through the
three years more of hla term.
What a year it has been in contrast with
wnat was promised tnose who wanted a
change. Instead of prosperity there has
been panlo and poverty. Instead of In
creased wages there have been out-downs
and cut offa. And instead of better gov
ernment there has been no government
that seemed to have intelligence or firm
purpose In it. Never In the history of the
country has th. inoapaoity of the Demo
cratic party to govern been plainer or more
disastrous. It is depressing and distress
ing in the extieme to think that the coun
try has only served a quarter of tbe sen
tence passed upon it by the deluded voters.
We hear that the President is not a man
given to distrust of himself, but even his
gotlsm must be a little impressed by the
position he finds himself In. A yesr ago
he mounted bis throne amid ths hearty ap
plause of the Democrats and the sincere
worship of tbe Mugwumps. Now the
Democrats are not applauding him and the
Mugwumps are not worshipping him. It
has been discovered that he is not Infalli
ble, and there Is even some donbt about
his being a Democrat. He has disappoint
ed everybody except those whom he has
put in office, and many of them are disap
pointed because he didn't do as well by them
as they thought be ought to. He is as un
popular aa he was popular. He seems to
have lost his grip everywhere, even In the
Sandwich Islands, where Sister Domlnls
no longer oalls him her great and good
Three years more of Grover.
We'll try to live till they're over.
Gladstone has long been a wonderful old
man, and he la to be succeeded by a won
derful yonng man, for Lord Botebery Is
not yet fifty, and most of the prim, minis
ters of England have been over sixty. He
ia very rich, very democratic, very ambi
tions and very successful. Although the
fifth earl of his tribe he feels obliged to
talk against the House of Lords. It is said
that he preferred to take his ohanoea of
becoming prime minister rather than marry
one of the queen's daughters. Ha Is In
the milk business, and while his name is
not painted on his milk carta he is at pres
ent one of the largest retail milk sellers In
London, and h. finds the business so prof
itable that he is extending his trade in all
directions. He is a friend of the horse,
and he has a horse that la a favorite for
this year's Derby. He ia believer
in the people, and It la said that
when ha was In . New York ha
drank beer at a saloon bar jast aa any free
American might. His feeling toward this
country is indicated by the following ex
tract from one of his s peaches: I ha v. ths
greatest warmth of affection for America
and tha Amerioan people. There was a
great ado about a shoemaker being this
and a batcher being that, and tha disad
vantages of a system by which these things
oonld oooor. Bat what w. have to con-
aider ia this: that the botcher and the shoe
maker are elected by th. men whom they
have to deal with, and who are, therefore,
presumably th. best judges of what they
want. I am one of those who think that a
person whe elects very moderate lntelleot
to carry oat his transactions, and chooses
him of his free will, ia batter than th. man
who has a leviathan set over him agalaat
Ha waa educated at Eton and Oxford.
He bas had great experience la publlo af
faire for a man of his aga. In 1881 ha waa
made Under Secretary of State for tha
Home Department. Hs served than lass
than two years, and then, after mora than
a year of idleness, waa mad. First Com
mlssloner of Wonts. In tha next govern
ment, however, la 188$, he waa promoted
to tha great offioe of Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs. Hla tenure of office was
brief, for tba gevernmeit waa soon de
feated on the Home Bala issna. Bnt hs
.i.m 4 . .
won the admiration not only of Great
Britain, bat of all the world by his
statesmanlike handling of such Important
questions as the Servo-Balgariaa wax and
Greece's demand for territorial Indemnity.
When the Liberal party went eat of powsr
he became interested la BLrMcIpel affairs.
I He was the first nhalrmac the London
I County Council. " Ha contributed largy
to the saooesa of the Glads tonlan party at I
th. last general election, and la the min
is try than formed resumed his old place at I
tha Foreign Offioe, which ha ha sine
filled with marked distinction. ,
He will need all his ability and tact to I
oops with the problems that are before
him. Jast now be seems to be as accepta
ble to all parties as any man would be.
BDirottiAL. no res.
London la dlsoosalcg the project of
world's fair In that oity In 1896.
Democratic economy Is beginning to tell.
Th. net Increase of tha publlo debt daring
1 February was over $10,000,000.
Th. school board of ths West End of
Pittsburg has decided to allow fonr nuns
now teaching In tbe public school, to wear I
their religions garb daring school hoars
until ths courts decide that it Is unlawful
to do to.
Real whalebone is becoming too scarce
and costly, bnt tha Inventive skill of man
te equal to tbe emergency. A process of I
forming artifiolal whalebone from animal
hair, consisting In subjecting the hair to a I
softening bath, then to a bath of aoetlo I
acid, and. finally, placing th. mass nnder I
great pressure, has been Invented.
A straggle Is going on in Washington
which has an International Interest. Tha
wife of the new Japanese minister, Mma.
Fateno, has a hard time trying to accus
tom herself to corsets. She finds special
difficulty in sitting npon the floer la native
style when she has them on; but she Is
struggling to become accustomed to stays,
aa she likes the American dress and wishes
to adopt It.
Not long ago a family In a certain town
applied to a relief society for money to
save them from starvation. They got It
and had their pictures taken with It. In
Atchison, Kansas, a good-hearted man who
had supplied a needy family with a week's
supply of provisions was surprised two
days later by another application for aid
from the recipients of his bounty. Inquiry
as to how they had got rid of the previous
supply brought oat the Innccent reply that
they had given a party.
Gieat indignation is felt amoug tba
sculptors and art dealera of Warsaw over
a recent rescript of the police of that city.
The guardians of th. peses, la obedienoe
to orders from St Petersburg, visited all
the stores and studios and destroyed all
the busts of the Polish heroes, Thaddaens,
Koeclaezko and Josef Pownlatowskl, which
they could find. All sculptors In the city
were obliged to send a written communi
cation to the oity officials promising not to
make busts or statues of tha two men In
tbe future. This Is one way Hassle has
adopted of trying to suppress the Polish
national spirit. It Is not probable, how
ever, that it will accomplish Its purpose.
In one of the United States reports Con
sul Loomls, commenting on the part taken
by French women In business affairs, says
there is perhaps no other nation where the
women take so Intelligent and active a part
in these matters aa they do In Franc. In
the small shopkeeptng olass the women, as
a rale, have much better judgment than
their husbands and ara tha real brains and
life of the trade. The wife of a Frenoh
tradesman, artisan or farmer la generally
his cashier and accountant. She take.
care of the savings and invest, them; she
is much brighter than her hatband, a good
deal more Industrious In a very large num
ber of instances and doea not hesitate to
assert herself, particularly if she was the
possessor of a dot when abe was married.
Referring to a eulogy on woman suffrage
recently pronouooed by 8enator Carey of
Wyoming, the Omaha Bee says: Neither
Senator Carey nor anybody who subscribes
to the vsiraries of the woman suffragists
has ever been able to point out wherln tke
people of Wyoming have been benefited by
woman suffrage, morally, aoclally, politic
ally, or financially. What has Wyoming
to show from the moral reform standpoint!
Has politics been purified by giving wom
en the right to vote, hold offioe, and serve
on jurist t Moat assuredly not. The cess
pool of politics is. If anything, dirtier than
it ever was. Th. auoceeful candidate
must not only strike bargains with the bad
men, but also with the bad women. Have
crime and vloe decreased perceptibly! Not
at all. Th. towns of Wyoming are no lees
Infected with vice and crime than ths
towns of Dakota or Nebraska.
Bealdes hla warm cloak, the baby most
have special wrapping nnder him to keep
him warm these ohlll days, and knit and
footed Wgtns come that fit way np around
the little waist and keep the pick toes
warm, no matter bow cold tbe breezes
blow. Very swell babies are carried In
arms till they ara six months old. warmth
being thus assured and proper attention
from the nurse. Only the lees elegant on.
is dumped Into a baby carriage while so
jouDg be oannot alt np.
It Is ths fad jast now to let baby alasp
In a rcom that Is a little cool. Indeed, to
have a window open. As protection
against draught the wee morsel has a bed
wrap, which is made in generous propor
tion and of lamb's wool or elder down
flannel. The sleeves ara ao big that tha
little hands and arms ara all lost to sight,
and there ia quaint little pointed hood
that oomee loosely over the head, tha
adgea protecting th. faoa. A ribbon
passes loosely about tha body. Tha whole
thins ia ao bid that tb. baby can almost
tarn ia it, and ha ean't get oold ia It ao
matter bow cool the room la. tx can
therefor., safely sleep la a room ths air o!
which will be oold enough to aoc us torn tha
laosa to sturdy action.
Tha tot pictured wears a drees of white
silk embroidered with pal a blue and old
j rose, ins tiny jacket is knitted ox son
1 wUta wphyr Vented, while the narrow
rose. Th. tiny jacket te knitted of soft
Lf'A t if
Vjf If jl !J j if jfejw?
upauat borders It la crocheted and fin-
janea with small plooU. It consists of the
oa ana two aid. pleoas, and is tied at
Tl'r r?,,a "ted or silk cord and
taaatto. Silk handkerchief, turned ooroer
wise, and fitted a lUtle to go ander the
... -o .luuuioa ouna with lacs and
I K!,PP? 2rnT 0 point. This
J w on.Vchin aavTth. vUoDlo:k.Uie
T l et.
SuurjkiB lordly frfeod.
Here to ait by roe. and tarn
Oiorloua eyes that smile es4 burs.
OoMea eyas, lore's lusuoos meed.
On the t aides pace I read.
AU your woodroui e-eaJlk oi hair,
Dark and fair.
BlUea-ahaciry, soft aad bright
As the clouds and beams of stent,
rays my reverent head's rerc
Back with friendly genUenesf.
Doffs aaay fawn oa all and
as tney come;
You, a friend of loft lev mlsd.
HIW.I udh a BUM
Softly bids tt aedorstau
ltlsrjsavl this afloat sweet
Thl'S'i" f light.
Thrills the gradual dooas with might,
Cuangee voodlaaa. orchard, heath.
Lawn and garden there beneath.
Fair and dim they gleamed beJow;
ow they glow
Deep aa even your aun-brtjrot ayes,
Can it not or caa In be
Now that you give thanks to see
May sot you rejoice aa L
Seeing the sky
Change to Heaven revealed, and bid
Earth reveal the Heaven it hid
AU algbt long from sura and moo.,
&OW the Bun aeu all la tuner
What wlthio you wakes with day
Who caa say r
All too little may we tell,
Frteeds who like each other well.
hat mtaht haply, if we migbu
Bid us read our Urea aright.
A. 0. 6 inburne, in the Athenaeum,
HOW are Tour aan'a nm.ra.hf
little hazy at present." 'Indeed!" "Yon
see, ne naa aat entered college." Wash-
one koa know papa ha failed: and he
ssvs we mntt begin to economize.
"well, we needn't be wearing ont
. w u vjuaii a. i .1 1 f
Willie Is the carrot a bird nt nri
r r .. T " r .
rpa vsccKionauy, my eon. At other
tlmea ha la the reverse, a bird of swear.
10 yon think those ahoea ara worth
mending!" "Veil, yes; if I zjle tern and
put new uppers on t'em. Tbe scriegs are
uu guut.- nariem 1,114.
loans lJUJv Mr. Parsons, what rlM
Bosz say when ha first saw Rnthi Yonr,
Man I don't know, unless h. asked her
not to aiep on nis corn. Life's Calendar.
I Tl TT. .
' Ausnne lot newsDsrer has an
arucie wnicn says that in Rnesla a sntn-
ater ia a curiosity. Mr. Dnkane Wll
there's a Rood deal of cnrioalte abn
spinsters in this country, too. Plttshnn,
Out West. "Did tou pass the hat. dea
con!" "Yes." "What's In It f "Well
ui.iijr, person, toe unin is st'li thar.
rirat urns It ever baDDened. ntnnn 1
reckon tne Days is eettln rel'rrlnna at lact "
unexpected inflect Pnnr woman
oheap scrivener who has just read ont to
uer im oeggiog petition she bad ordered,
Lnratlng i-to tearr) h, man! I'd never
ha' believed I was as badlv off a. all (hum
'I was very much touched h tha
warmth of my father in law 'a afrVrtl.-m
said tha yonng man who talks abont b'ls
private affairs "Indeed. How was ft
expressed!" "By the present of a ton of
coal." Washington Star.
Caneht in the act Ur. ,v,iu,.
What a rude woman Mr. HI flier b' Kha
always look back at psople who pass her.
Mr. Roothloby How do you know! lira
Rootblebj Wby.I caught her at It aeveral
Umes myself. Pick Me-Cp.
Youos houiekeeDer (to
brings her tan every weekl I rar.nr.t
derstaud why your eggs have beeaao small
lately. Cottager Nor I. But what can I
do! Young hoatekerper Why don't yon
leave them a little longer in th. nest I
' I mast exDreee m v orafltn? in v-n
doctor. I am a thousand times ob'.ijej to
you. Yob esved my life," said a yours
man, abaklns the band of a doctor. "Rm
I never treated von." "No. of onnraa
didn't treat me; but I waa about to com
mit aoiclde owing to poverty when my
rich ancle did and left me $10 000. Ue
was one o yonr patients " Texaa Sift
Tbe little bov bad come in wiOi hi.
clothes torn, his hair foil of dnst and end
nis lace bearing unmistakable elites of a
severe conflict. "Uh. Willie! Willie!" ex
claimed his mother; "yon have disobeyed
me again. How often have I told yea not
to play with that wicked Stapleford bov!"
"Mamma," aald Willie, wiping the blood
from hie nose, "do I look at It I had been
playing with anybody!" Vogue.
TOO SACRED TO TOl CIS .
trlrkeai Dowa. Me Lir Wker. rim
Fell latll Death Came to RIs Re
IFrom the Japan Mail
The ex-Lord Abbot of th. Otenl eect.
who died at 1 p. m. oa January 17 at his
residence la Kyoto, waa tbe bead of all tha
Buddhist priests In Japaa. He had been
suffering since the fall of last year, when
ha contracted cold, which appears to
bate been of tha ohataoter of Influent,
bb'.Dg attended with much pain and obsti
nate fever, and which finally wore out the
strength of the old prelate. From the
14th inat. his oase developed grave symn-
toma, and on the morning of tbe 15th be
waa declared by hla physicians to be In a
He doea not, however, seem o have bean
altogether prostrated, for on tha morning-
of hla last seizure he was making bis wsy
lung ia. ournaor attended by a maid ser
vant. Tbe latter, seeing him faU insensi
ble, gave the alarm, end instantly a oloa
ter of women, charged with all aorta of
duties and ceremonial offices In the hnnaa
of the prelate, where a atate of ceremony
reeemoiing wai or a court waa observed,
ran to the spot. There were abont twentv
of these women, bat ao Inflexible is the et
iquette ot tbe ex-Lord Abbot's household
that in the absence of hla wife not one of
the attendanta might venture to toaoh tb.
body of tbe inoaroa'e Buddha, even in the
moment of his death agony. AU tbey
oould do waa to send a report to tbe offi
cial in charge of the affairs of the house-
bold, ant by him th. tidings were con
veyed to th. present Lord Abbot, whose
residence was abont a furlong dlatant.
Some thirty minutes elapsed before ths
Lord Abbot arrived, simultaneously with
a pbysloUn, and during the whole of that
time toe veneraoie old man, too aaored to
be touched, however muoh hla humanity
needed tending, lay helpless on the ground.
Ha died abont an hoar afterward. A
court physician, specially dispatched by
empciui 11 um aosio, naa oeen in at
tendance on the old prelate daring the last
daya of his illness, and hla son, the pres
ent Lord Abbot, hsd been at his side al
most continuously. Yet It waa hla fate to
die aa has been described.
His remains, bavins been tar Vat In .
mlllon, were laid in state ia bis residence,
where on tb. 18th Inst, tha publlo were al
lowed to visit them. Tb. ceremony eom
reeooed at two a. m. and continued until
three in the afternoon, during which time
more than twenty thousand persons paid
their last tribute to tb. Buddha.
On th. following day th. coffin waa con
veyed apoa a splendid chariot to th. two
temples of Aralda Daieht, and, high mass
having been performed in Hoknahoin, the
remains were finally laid beside those of
aia predecessors, a quantity of ujl tea ana
ineeDse having bsen laid over tb. vermil
ion Immediately surrounding the oorpae.
Tha coffin Itself was of para white pine,
without any apeolal ornamentation other
than lot richly ohaeed gilt mountings. It
waa enveloped, however, by gold brocade
of the finest type, and npon it wars laid
tbe atate robe, of the deoeaaed, tb. mag
Blfloeno of whlob may be eooc.lved from
tha fact that they are aald to have cost tea
This, however, does not represent tha
final rite of sepulture. A funeral cere
mony on a grand scale will bs performed
oa th. 29th of January, on. feature of
which will be a feast at which there will
be present the dead prelate', aaooassor.
ohlaf priest, of the branch temptes
throughout the empire, the wUa, asmrawt
blood relation a, and Immediate female at
tendants of the deceased, the da He. of
wertinii usually Intrusted to the oonnell-
I sioa delegated to the nrlaclDel tnal. i-
lors ot tbe bo n sen old being oa this
I $"?U d.bo.1:' '1
Th. viands served will be erf tha plainest
kind a tittle mfaa soap, with aqaara-ent
pieces of beaa eard, and eome rice.
similar atmpPdty wilt bs observed with
aspect to food distributed to ths gaoeraj
Ody of BDnrnai It aril I h. Iltr.li.t 1. .
ball of rice and a few allow of pickled tar.
"Jp. Tha red plant 9 of this eosaeerated
fOOd do not eat it Thaw urr. I. k.
and treasure It as a talisman airalnat Aim.
distributing portions to friends, who
keep it for th. earns porpoee.
The War, aa carried In the prop nasi on.
will be surmounted by a golden pbosals
steading on a ball of the tame mstaL and
from eaoh of the corn era will bang chains
sopporttag swallows, ako of cold. Ia ad
vaaoe wilt walk six tempi, officials, tvpre
snUng tb. "81l Boada" of tbe Baddhlat
doctrine, tb. frrnh bamboo staves carried
by them being ernbleroaUoai of tba eel ration
which a Buddhist saint extend ta all ha.
Uevers. Th. chief mourner trill bs shod
with hemp sandals oa bars feet, and twen
ty six ladies of ths bonsehoM will nan
zarl of straw, also oa bars feet.
Other ancient eaetotnn neenllar la Ihta
tbe most solemn rite of the faith, will be
earefally observed, sad those privileged
to be present oa the oceasioa may expect
to witness a most Impress! vs ceremony.
Tha deceased prelate was bora in March,
1817. and waa therefore in hla
sixth year. At the age of eleven years bs
Oecama Abbot of Daldoji, ia Oml, end in
184 succeeded to the headship of Hoog
waaJL. Th. services render el by htm to
the imperial eoart were nnmamna Ths.
la 1812, when the sovereign waa expected
to take ths field la pernoa against foreign
ers, ha presented to the court tea thou
sand riyo, and a similar um la 1867, to
gether with foar thoaaand bales of rice oa
tha occasion of th. restoration. Thence
forth datlef connected With the finannaa
of the court were intrusted to officer, of
tha temple, and th. manner of their dis
charge In connection with the northern ex
pedition against tha last adherente of Sho
guna, aa well as tbe opening of Hokkaido,
wou ma emperor a approval.
Ia 1872 the deceased prelate received a
patent of nobility and a pension, and la
issv he aurreadered his high effics to his
sob. Shortly b-fore his death be wat
re'sed to the first olass of tha necosd orarla
of official rank.
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all In leavening strength.
Latest United States Government Food
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
105 Wall St., N. T.
" Tliov is iv
beauty like the
beauty of health.'"
Money will buy
110 moiv, health
ful footl than
With vour tirioe. and methods of dole 4
bueincea. end at tbe earns time try to copy
yonr stock, advertiennsenta and window
dteplaya, It la good evidence that your ef
forts to please tb. publlo are not without
Sinoe opening cor
Business In this line bas increased far be
yond onr expectatlone.
It ia not ad vi. able to qaote price with
out showing tbe goods (even did space al
low), bat we are convinced that
fntellige&t ard Prompt Servict,
Pure Dregs, Ecneitlj scd Ke&lly CIs-
pEtsed, at Reasosabls Prices,
Will insure th. confidence of pbyaiclana
and tb. patronage of their patients.
E. L WASHBORN & CO,
!4 March and fit Csster Streets.
Near the PosbL-fSce.
1 thai everybody hi
Is a sense! km thai everybody hansoms time.
a remedy that everybody shoe id have all U
ttae KnM eiwi.lwm tvlt Smi
Cream Balml CcrtfaS
Allays Fain and
Heels tee Bores,
Bestores the inline I,
of Teste sm emeu.
FT WILL CURB.
A particle la applied tats each aeexrtl aa is
aaiiuaui. race a oanm ax urnggist- or by
mafl. aXT BB0THXB8.
oSBarWTA-w BS Warren eu. New York. .
Stasis, Chaps ud
Bntflei liri Ubsttr.
In 00 sect It with oar QTJICK LTJKCH. we
have eeded the above to our Baaeu, aeo.
ere prepared to am is ear pslioes with toe
BKa r the market afford.
48 and 50 Church Street.
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