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4 V 106 ieCYear, 3p4pei! Copy.) THB CABRLNGTON PTJBMSHING CO. ' ' I'fira OLDEST DAIIiT HBWSPAKB IK THB STATfiL. . . : " ' - OFFICH 400 STATE BTRKJETl VolLXH. " , ... ' NEW HA YEN, CONN., THURSDAY. MOBNING, JUNE 21, 1894. ' No. 148. THE GENUINE Popularly known throughout New England for Qatllty, Quantity Direct Importer of the finest Vuelta Abajo Former State and Wuoster fur Work a Specialty. NEW SHIRK AKE NOW HEADY. French MADBAS, English OXFORDS, Scotch CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH BILKS. For Men's NEGLIGEE and TENNIS SHIBTS, for Ladles1 and Children's WAISTS aad BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. GLOVES The NEW PEARL GREY. The Famous London Tan at $1.35. Fowne's Gold Tan, Bed Tan and "WELBECK," the finest Glove made. New "Butterfly" Ties and Bows, English Long Scarfs, and "Don Juan" Ties and Four-in-Hands. CHASE & CO., Slew Haven Hsuse Building. Bole Agents for tfoyes Bros. CBoston) Laun dry. Hand work, and satisfaction guaranteed. gtavzs, ITtamMttfi, glc. REFRIGERATORS. TEE standard Kef rigerator of to-day Is the EDDY. Made strictly first-class in Fine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beauti fy ully grained, and varnished. They are superior to any hardwood box made. Examine them at SOO state Street. SILAS GALPIN. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! nvaluable for comfort, convenience and econ omy in Summer. Food more perfectly cooked than by direct heat from coal. Banges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad iron heaters, etc., etc, sold, set up and warranted by the NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT CO., No. 80 CROWN STREET. PLUMBING GASF1TTIHG J. H. Buckley. 179 Church. Regal Hub. Elevated Closet, Cabinet Bast. Over 1,600 used in New Haven. The heaviest, finest made, and most con venient Kange ever ottered, sole Agent, S. E. DIBBLE, 639 Grand Avenue. f aiuts, mis, tc. FLOOR PAINT. No form of friction tries the durable properties of a paint more than constant tramping upon. U.S. N. DECK PAINT Has stood this test and Is recognized as the only floor coating that bas proven satisfactory for both inside and outside wear. It is made in Var nish, dries bard over night with a High Gloss. For sale by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 - State - Street, Courier Building. THE FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT Tha Broadway Wall Paper Stora. Come and examine our goods and yon will be surprised at our prices for beautiful eombln tlons. E. R. JEFFC0TT. PAINTING and DECORATING In all their buy Aral branches aone weu ana urviuuviy. jm mates given. . E, B. JEFFOOTT. 631 Kirn street, corner of Xcrk. ii. O. U.USSELL, Architect, 53 Chanel Street Steam ririwcT, alaaa wnrk - h H frt T HBlhii'jlliWtW ARE STAMPED ""SllSFeS9". u the highest Standard 10 cents Cigai and WorkmanBhlp. Havana Tobacco and Manufacturer of Cigars, Street., New Haven, Conn. hotels. Hotel Monopole, (European Flan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. C APE and Indies' Restaurant connected with " HOT L.UJNUM serve a lnwie. IMPROVEMENTS AMD ALTERATIONS Made daring the dull summer months have made f&EvV NEW HAVEN HOUSE Kfrnla More comfortable than ever for both permanent or transient guests. Traveling men are snown especial attention. It RTSTH H. MOBELOT. HsczXlvmzons. OZZONI'S MEDICATED Imparts a brilliant transparency to the skin. Removes all pimples. 1 iiZrecKiesuuuuiiHjuiurttuuust For Sal Everywiiertfc ATTRACTIVE SELECTION OF SUMMER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Round Hats AT GKEATLY REDUCED PRICES. . Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. The best for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The ManulacturerSf 0. D. UOBUffSOI & CO., my 30 tf 442 State Street. DEW IWEI POSTGFK Opening and. Closing of Mails. Money Orders, etstored Letters, etc Office Hours April 1 to November 1, 7 a. m. to 8 p.m. November 1 to April 1, 7:30 a. m, to 8 p. rn. Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Vestibule open 'or the accommodation of the holders of lock boxes: From March 1 to Novem ber I, from 5.m. to 13 midnight; from Novem ber 1 to March 1, from 5:30 a. m. to 13 midnight; Sunday nights from 9 to 11 p. m. ARRIVAL AND DEPAB.TDBB OF HAILS. New York Open 7. 9, 12 a. m., 9, 3:55, 5, 7, 8 p. m. Close 5:30, 9, 10, 11 a. m., 12:30, 2, 3, 3:55,5, 8:30, 11 p. m. New York Railroad Way Open 8:30, 13 m , 4, 10p.m. Close 5:30, 9 a.m., 2 p. m. Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Southern States Open 7:30, 8:30, 11a.m. Close 6:80, a. m, 8:55, 7, 11 p. m. Chicago and Western States Open 7:30, 11 a, m.,2, 10p.m. Close 5:30, 9 a.m., 3:55, 5, 7, 11 Albany and Northern New York Open 7:30, 11 a. m., 2, 10 p.m. Close 5:30. 9 a.m., 12:30, 2, 5, 7 sharp, 11 p. m. Ronton (Wn 7 a.m.. 1.8. 4:30. 7. 8. 10-p. m. Close 6, 7, 10:15, 11 . m., 12:15, 2, 8:55, 5, 11 p. m, Worcester-Open 7:80 a. m., 3, 4:80, 10 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:00a, m., 12:15, 2:au, 6:w. up. m. j line. New uampsnire ana Vermont vyeu i, 10: 10 a. m., 3, 4:30, 10 p. m. 3, 4:30, K p. m. Close 7. 10:15 o. m., isria, a:au, o, ii p. m. Sprmgfield Eailroad way open xu:ji 3:45,10 p.m. Close 7 a. m., 2:80, 11 p. m. 10 p. Close7, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:80, 5, 7, 11 p. m. Heriden Open 7, 10:30 a. m., 1, 3, 7:30, 10 p. m, Close 7, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:30, 5, 11 p. m. New Britain Open 7, 10:30 a. m., 3, 10 p. m. mm. 7. 1fl-1K a. m. 2:30. 5. 11 o. m. Wallingford Open 10:30 a. m., 3, 7 p. m. Close 5:50, 7, 10:15 a. m., a: SO, 6 p. m. Kensington Open 10:30 a. m., a p. m. uiose v a. m.. 2:30 n. North Haven open iu:30 Open a. m., 3, 10 p. m. ninoA 7 m. 2:30. 5. 11 BridgeportOpen 7, 8:30, 12 m., 2, 4, 7, 10 p. m mu K-sn. S. 11 a. m . 12:30. 2. 5. 7. 11 D. Ea. New London Open 7:30, 10:30 a. m., 3:30,7, 9 p. m. Close S, 10:15 a. m., 2, 4:30 p. m. New London Bailroad Way Open 10:30 a.m., 8:30, 7, 9 p. m. Close 6, 10:15 a. m., 4:30, 11 p. m Norwich and East Connecticut Open 7:30, 11 a. m., 4, 7, 10 p. m. Close 0, 10 a. m., 2, 4:30, 11 p. m. Providence and all Rhode Island Open 7:30, 10:30 a. in., 4, 7, 10 p. m. Close 6, 11 a. m., 2, 4:30, 11p.m. Newport Open 7:30 a. m., 3:30, 10 p. m. Cloeo 5 a. m.,2, 11 p. m. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 3, 10 p. m. Close 6 a. m , 3 p. m. PlantsvUle, Unionvilie, Southlngton and New Hartford Open 10:30, 3, 5:30, 10 p. m. Close 6, 10:15 a. m., 3, 5 p. m. Naugatuck Railroad Way Open 10:30 a. m., 8 p. m. Close 8 a. m., 5 p. m. Waterbury Open 7, 10:30 a. m., 1, 6, 8 p. m. Oloafl 6. 9. 10:15 a. m.. 1:30. 5. 11 t. m. Birmingham Open 10:30 a. m.. 1, 4, 6, 8 p.m. Ctoae 6. 9. 11 a. in.. 1:30. 5 i. m. Orange Open 10:30 a. m., 11 p. m. Close 9 a. m . 5 D. m. Housatonic Bailroad Way Open 12, 9 p. m. Close 9 a. m., 3:55 p. m. sharp. Shepaug Bailroad Way Open 12 m. Close 9 a. . D.tF Connecticut Valley Baflroad Way Open 3, 10 p. m. v;iose oa.m.,,ix. ui. Air lane rtauroau n ay vspeu o, iv p. m. viuce 7 a, m, 12:15, 4:30 p.m. Uurnam, cuntonviiie ana nortmora open lu: au a. lit., xw u. tu. v.urc . u... u m, Middletown Open 10:30 a. m., 3, 6:30,10 p.m. Close 7, 10:15 a. m., 18:15, 8:80, 3:55, 5, 11 p. m. Stamford Open 8:30 a. m., 12 m., 7, 10 p. m. Close 5:30, 9 a. m., 3, 6, 11 p. m. 1 anbury Open 7 a. in., 12 m., 4, 10 p. m. Close 6:30, 9. 10:15 a. m., 2, 3:55, 8:30, 11 p. m. Milford Opea 8:30 a. m., 12 m., (,8 p.m. Oma R:30. 9. 11 a. m.. 2. 6 rj m. oolcnester open 3, iu r-c. uiose 1 a. m., iz:au, OREL West Haven Open EKWa.m, 2, 4,8 p. m. Close 5:30 a. m.. 12:30. 5 1. m. tirancn umoeupen v.10 a. m. 13 m. p. m. morn 7. 9:20. 11 a. m.. 5:3U rj. m. Foreien Orjen 7:SO a. m.. 4:bu, 7:49 p. rn. ninan 5:30. 0. 10. 11 a. m.. 2:30. 4. 5. 7. 11 d. m. wesniiie wpen u:io a. m., x, v p. m. uoae , II a. hl, 4:50 p. m. North Branlord Open 13 m. dose 12:4J p. m. North Guilford Open 12 m. Close 12:45 p. m. Carriers leave the office at 7:10 and 11:30 a. m.. Q.5U. ft:4A and 4 n m Moafeinv four daUveriea In thebuslness section and throe and two further out, according to distance from the office. Col- from 7 a.m. until 10 p. m. From orange boxes nyvnn iuf nuuifl irnra raa Hmm uuxcd uuun v seven tunes daily, last collection at iu p. m. ah onMui hAm am nnened bv the carrier on hisreirular trips, rnakmg two ana three collec tions further out. Sunday colllections from red boxes at 4, 7, Op. m. Oranee boxes 4, 9 p. m. Green boxes 4 p. m. Money order and registeiea lotto mmd fmm 8 a. m. till 7 1 rn. Ivha i nrHm In tliA TTnfftltf RtateS are: fMnM Tint A-rnAAriin? ftlu. 8 cents: over 10 and not exceeding $15, 10 cents; over $15 and not exceeding S30, 15 cents; over au ana nos x oeedhw 40. 20 cents; over $40 and not exceed ing $50, 85 cents; over $50 end not exceeding $60, 80 cents; over $60 and not exceeding: $70, 35 centet over $70 and not exceeding w Postal notes are issued In amounts less than Ck. ta tnf j nnlv thrna cents, and thev must be presented for payment within ninety days after the same are issued. Letter l postage in the United States S cents per ounce. UlUlUDk I "Request to return" wDl be printed across is boA of BtamDed envelopes furnished by the furnished by the t additional cost Post-oflce department without additional cost whsw "Btt ordered Iota not less than 'MB. HEAT YOUR HOUSE WITH THS OSUBBATBD MAHONT BOILER, or Hot 'Water, Direct or Indirect , ii Kadiation. , . ALSO HOT AIR FURNACES. nnlluaimAnlalfrv. Kncrineers'Scnrjliea. First. ornaranteed. Factory work solicited. Person 1 attention given to modernizing defective plumbings SHEAHAN Sb GROARK. BTKaHFITTEBB AND PLUHBEBE, Telephone caU4C4- 285 and 287 State Street &TOBIES. Native Btrawbm'-Crom Hamden fresh dolly All ready tTVpUart bottles. 16c. Drink Willi Root Beer, TryBlttv opAle, Good fbr totalis you. New Potatoes 50c peck. Nothing like our Orange FeakoTea. Try It, At the Old Stand: 378 State Street. , E. E. NICHOLS. D. M. WEIGH . & SOI - OFFEE 50 bbls Fine Cooking New Po tatoes, 40 cts. peck. FINE BUGAB LOAF PINES FOB CANNING. Vegetables. Finest Green String Beana 7o qt. Finest Wax Beans 80 qt. Finest Cucumbers 3c each, 2 for So. ELGIN CREAMERY. Have yon tried onr fane 7 Eltrin Cream ery Bntter 3 If not, you ought to. We are selling it at 23e lb, lbs for $1.00. Quality finer than ever before. Something New Try it Anderson's Pie Preparation, 10 varieties, viz : Apple, Peach, Apricot, Plum, Cherry, Raspberry, Blackberry, Mince, etc. One packaire will make two large pies. Prloe ldb package. A splendid Mixed Tea 25c lb, 5 lbs $1. Seedless Ra'sins 5c lb, 6 lbs 25c. Bay Frank Parsons' croods : Sore Death toWaterbnzs, Oood-bve to Bedbucra and Ants, Fatal Food for Bats and Mice, Buf falo Death for Carpetbngs and Moths. D. M. WELCH & SON, 2Sand30 Congress Avenue, Branch. 8 Brand Avenue. Telephone No. 580. Another Great BargainWeek EVERYTHING very cheap. Legs and hindquarter Spring Limb 10 and 12c. Chickens, very fine, 10 and 12c. Hundreds of bargains in all kinds of choice meats : fine corned beef 3 to 5c lb. Turkeys 10 and 12c. E. BCHOENBEBQERSSON, 1, 3, 8 Central Market, Telephone 420. Congress avenue. Spring chickens killed to order ; lowest prices. BRYDJSN'8 EAST ROCK TEA STORE. 973 State Street, near Edwards. ym 1 1 1 1 me Boons soiu ac uus store are genuine. X3L Poor Tea or Coffee sold at any price Is money thrown away, but to find the pure article at low prices you need not go further than the East Bock Tea Store. 65 A. BRTDBN. K0PS' CHEER 1 1 Pure and Kon-Intoxicatlne. AN Excellent Nerve Tonic AND Aid to Digestion. Blttered with the Finest Hops. 15c per bottle, or $1.50 per dozen. GILBERT & THOMPSON. THE Corner Church and Elm Street! , OFFER Spring Lamb Choice. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Dnoklingo. Chickens, Squabs. Sweetbreads and Calf's Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In f nil variety, and a f nil line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. TELEPHONE. CALL 260. CALIFORNIA PEACHES, APBICOTS, CHERRIES. Florida Pines we handle no others. Florida Oranees. Finest Mammoth Native Strawberries received twice daily. Come here for best Fruits. J. B. JTJDSON, Market Building, east side, front. WASHBURN CROSBY GO. I! The Leading Bread Flour of the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, 239 State St., New Haven, Ct. pXiscjeXlaucotis. COMPRESSED AIR n,vnflt HooTiiiKr Wni-Vo i juii ynv iit,umug iiui&a) Wm. F. Knapp & Co., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Conn. Work done at short notice. mh28 tf iSTflf.U. RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, OBESITY, Positively Cured by Massage Treatments Given by FRED O. HAASE. Will be at the Westmoreland Hotel, Boom No. 3, MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS. Hours 10-1 and 8-6. Jel tt THEODORE KEILER, ak. UNDEBTAXEB, 16U Orange Street, i Nexr t Street.) I'lfl.ffPnONll NO. S57-S. FOR SAXiE. Single and Double Trucks, Dump Carts. Milk, Grocery, and Business Wagons. Surreys, Traps, Buggies, Phaetons, etc. Harness Of all descriptions on hand and made to order. Track and Wagon Building - And Repairing a specialty. Tire Setting While you wait no delay,- no burning, no wet SMEDLEY BROS. & CO., 171-175 Brewery Street STEAM CARPET CLEANING -. FACTORY, 138, ISO and 133. Water Street. i Cess. Steam Carpet Cleaning Go. I P. O. Box 673. Orders by mail wDl receive prompt attention. Q. B. BWAIN. V. W. LOWDEN. apWtf R. H. nit Co ixuu&xizs. D0Y0UWANT Your Garuets Brigbtenell, The Moths Hilled, and the Duet itemovea? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CUHTAIXS Of the finest qualities cleaned without injury. We are especially fitted up for this work. D YEING and CLEANING Of lien's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies' Dresses, etc. LAUNDERING Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. OFFICES 878 Chapel street, 045 " 23 Broadway, State, Lawrence and Mechanic streets. Telephone 854-2 and 3. MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, KTC. F. E. HONEY, 179 Church street. Hartford office, 253 Main street. Address letj era to New Haven office. aula ly DESS AUER-TROOST WTK SCHOOL OF MUSIC. 781 Chapel Street. Thorough 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 classes. Applicants received daily rrom 12101 and 4 to.5 p. m. 828 tf 781 CHAPEL STREET. Sterling Silver Mounted P0CKETB00KS, AND Tortoise Shell Combs and Hair Pins, at DURAST'S, Jeweler and Optician, 55 Church Street, opposite Postomce. Watchmakers and Jewelers. Foil Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. HMBAL'S AMTIMOMATIS RiffiS. No. 788 Chapel Street. IPiscjellaueotts. EARLE & SEYMOUR, Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents. 368 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ceno. rriHB best Artificial Stone in the market for A. sidewalks, driveways ; mill, shop and barn floors ; cellar bottoms, curbing, coping, etc All orders promptly executed and satisfaction guaranieea. A. D. PANSLOVV & CO., Exchange Building, Hoom 12. lajl tf CP. Q. Bo. 856). NEW HAVEN. L. W. ROBINSON Architect, Bemoved to 760 CHAPEL STREET VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FAUM HAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at BBAT1LEY & DANN'S, 408 State Street, KOB'T VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, i.lNsr.KV. hoot & CO'S. 33 Broadwav. Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address Rax 855. T.lrtohiD 425-12 WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. r of 0. S.indForeisa Patests uouasei la paiem uaases Omcu : SSW HAVEN, OONN., TO Ctaarch St., Rooms 8 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, IBtASS., SlTlSIaln Street. (Thursday,;Frlaay and Saturday.) Klsrht Tears' exoerlenoe as Examiner In U 8. Patent Office. Befereneos to "-lndpat- Ht, rnrnisv:e WE HAVE A FEW Standard Iiighting Company's flew rrocess Gasolene Stoves, Which we shall sell at 10 pr cent Discount. C. P. MERRIMAK; Ooen evenings. 154 Elm Street, CARPETS, OUB STOCK OF Moqnettes, velvets. Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Is One of THE BEST In the City. Liinoieum. Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Bugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. REFRIGERATORS, . All sizes, in soft and hard wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAHLY& HEGEL, 8. 10 12 Churon Street. OWE AIM TETSOM THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. A Buying CENTER A Saving Warm Weather Suggestions. WE'LL HELP YOU TO KEEP COOL. Crossbar Muslins. A very choice assortment of this shear, cool fabric, lOc, 12c. and up. Plain Lawns, Dimities, Dotted Swiss Muslins in great variety. Fast Black Lawns. In Plain and with fancy Satin Stripes, etc. 12c, iyc, 2bc Those DOTTED MUSLINS at 9c. have caught on for a cer tainty. They are 30 ins. wide and have self-colored spots with fancy figures. .As we have stated before 12 c. would be cheap for them. They cannot last long at QC. The 7 1-sc. Counter. Finds a crowd all day long. Beautiful, soft, cool Dimities and Lawns Goods that are worthy of a far better price. Parasols. The mark-down has come and the bright pretty parasols are hurrying away at ' ' low tide' ' prices. Have you investigated prices? H0WE & Stetson. iSttWXXLZBUS. Don't be Deceived By those who offer sub stitutes for Cottolene. Its success has been so phenomenal that numer ous imitations are now being offered which are claimed to be, "just as good." All these Imitations lack the intrinsic merit of ; Cottolene and will prove ; disappointing and disa- : greeable to those who use ; them. These counterfeits j differ widely from Cotto- : lene and are mere Experiments S; when compared to the 2 reliable shortening Cot tolene. Save money, an r noyance and your health p by refusing all substitutes SE offered to take the place of Cottolene. 3- Bold In three and llvo pound palls. Made only by , N. K. FAIRBANKS CO- CHicAao, AND rrdw Eicluge, I. I. rilUU St., Bostoa. um.,i..s...i.i......i..it DELICIOUS' Sparkling and healthful. Enjoyed by the whole family. . No other root beer ex tract equals Williams' in strength and purity. One bottle of extract makes 5 gallons. The great temperance drink. This is not only "just as good" as others, but far bitter. One trial will support this claim. SOLD EVERYWHERE "Perfect Maiihood in How to Attain It." A Wonderful New Medical Book, written for Men Only. One copy may be had free on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. d tu th sa tf arm mt. w 7i The Oldest Daily Paper Pub lished in Connecticut. THE CABBXNGTON PUBLISHING CO Deutkisd bt Ouuuns rsr ihb Cm, 16 Cbbts a Win, 60 Out a Mouth, $3 fob Six Mohths, S a Yba. Xaa Sam Thuu by Hail. SINGLE COPIES THREE CENTS. All lettars and Inquiries in regard to nbeorfp tJons or matters of business should be addressed to THE JOURNAL A HO COUBIKR, New Bins, cms. SOUM. We oannot aoeept anonymoos or return reJeet ed eommunioations. In ail esses the name of the writer will be required, not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. . Situations, Wants, Bents and other small ad vertisements One Cent a Word each inser tion. Five cents a word tor a full weear(sevea times). . Display Advertisements Per Inch, one tateer tton, S1.S0; each subsequent Insertion 40 eeota; one week, 13.20: one month, f 10; one year, 0. Obituary noticea, tn prose or verse, 16 cents per line. Notices of Births, Harrtaaes, Deaths and Funerals, 60 oenta each. Local nations IS cents per line. Yearly advertisers are limited to their own immediate business (all matter to be unobjec tionable), and their contracts do sot Include Wants, To Let, For Sale, etc Discounts On two I ncnes or more, one month and over, 10 per cent.; on four inches or more, one month and over, IB per cent. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL IS PT7BLIHHKD Xvkbt Thdbsdat KoBiroia. Single Copies S oenta. LEfKOSI IN LOUISIANA. It is decidedly disquieting to realize that leprosy has made such progress in Louisi ana that there are one hundred lepers In the oity of New Orleans and about one hundred more in the State outside the city. The isolation and care of these un fortunates have become a most aerlons problem. Of the oity lepers not more than a dozen are sequestered in a hospital nnder the care of a physician and attendants, who were prone to negleot their charges to each an extent that the matter became a pnblio soandaL It is now pro posed, in a bill introduced in the general assembly by Representative Hooper of East Feliciana, to place the lepers nnder the oare of a State board ap pointed by the governor. The earn of $5,000 is to be appropriated for the con struction of a bulldtog In which they are to be located or oonfined, and there is pro vision for the farther sum of $10,000 to be nsed in the support of the helpers. One clause in the bill meets with disapproval. It la to the effect that the board shall let the care of the lepers out by contract, bnt no guarantee or surety for the performance of his duties is to be exacted from the contractor. As a local paper says: ' "The lepers are neither convicts nor elaves who can be sold, with out limit or conditions, to those who may choose to bid for them. The contractor in such cases is not the master of the lives and happiness of these oltizans, whose only offence is that they are unfortunate, and no state law can make him so. Slavery is forbidden by the paramount law of the Constitution of the United Stetes." This is a matter which interests the people of the whole country as well as the people of Louisiana. In a report read re cently before the Orleans Parish Medical Society Dr. Isadora Dyer says: "Leprosy is of frequent occurrence in Louisiana in all of lta types. It occurs la various sec tions of the State and indiscriminate of apparent causes of contagion. It has rap idly Inoreaaed in the psst decade, when its slow inenbation is considered. It is un doubtedly endemic in this State. It is a menace to the entire population of this and neighboring States." This being the situ ation It is high time some comprehensive action were taken by the State of Louisi ana. She owes it to her own people and also to the people of the other States. THE LOTTERY AGAIN. The police of Portland, Maine, made a raid on the lottery dealers the other day and captnred five-thousand tickets, mostly of the Louisiana Honduras kind. It is probable that a similar raid in the right places In almost any oity in the oonntry. inoludlng the city of New Haven, would have a similar result. When after a noble effort the good people of Louisiana suc ceeded in freeing themselves from the pos session of the lottery devil, it waa hoped that the lottery business all over the United States had received a blow that wonld seriously hurt it. The business waa apparently somewhat confused for awhile, bnt it is going on sys tematically and thoroughly now. The Louisiana lottery ia now the Honduras Na tional lottery, located at Puerto Corttz, Honduras, but It bas working headquar ters at Port Tampa City, Florida, where money is received from all parts of the United States, and where it la again dis tributed in prizes, supposed to be drawn in Honduras. The Florida legislature, last winter, fixed the law so that the lottery cannot be meddled with in that State, and there ia nothing yet in the statutes of the United States to prevent the lottery business from going on as vigorously as it haa done for years past. The law forbids the trans mission through the mails of lottery ad vertisements, Moketa, etc, but the busi ness hB beeu transferred to the ex press companies. It la said that a sin gls express company handles from 3,000 to 5,000 packages of lottery matter daUy, and towns of from 30,000 to 40,000 inhabi tants are sending as muoh as $1,000 per day to the coffers of the Honduras concern. Something ought to be done about this matter. The senate has passed a bill mak lng it a felony with heavy fine or impris onment, for any person to set np a lottery within the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States, or to bring into the United States or canse to be carried from one State to another in the United States, lot tery tickets, advertisements, etc. Snoh a law wonld put a stop to the nee of the ex press companies by the lotteries, and make it very diffioult fer the business to be car ried on by agents. But the house appears to be too busy talking poor politics to pay attention to a bill which alms to protect the people of this conntry from the lottery curse. The bill should be msde a law speedily. EDITORIAL NOTES. It appears that there are 1,332,773 human beings living in 39,133 tenement houses In New York oity, an average of thirty. four to each. In 2,346 of these tenements, sheltering 56,000 people, the sunlight sel dom enters. Yesterday Queen Victoria entered on the fifty-eighth year of a reign which covers perhaps as remarkable a period aa any in English history. She Is In her seventy-fifth year, bnt appears to be quite well and strong. The people are paying enough for govern ment to be entitled to a better artiole. An estimate based on the census of 1890 shows that the total cost of government, federal,' state and local. In the United States in that year waa $1,040,000,473, an average of about $83 to each family in the oonntry, There haa recently been some dispute as to the authorship of the song "The Taoant Chair," whloh haa been sung all over the world for nearly thirty yean. The Watch man, of Boston, eaya that It was written by Henry S. Washburn, in memory of Lieutenant J. William Grout, who was shot in the retreat from Ball's Bluff. The song was first printed In the Worcester Spy. ' T.-:;; An application has already been made for this year's award, of tha celebrated prlzs.the 'Dunmow Filtoh of Bacon." Tha prize wag Instituted In 1244 tot "that mar ried couple who wit; go to the priory and, kneeling on two sharp-pointed stones, will swear that they have not quarreled ox re pented of their marriage within a year and a day after ita oelebration." The awarding of the flitch baa been revived of lata years and la the occasion of a great festival of fan. It will be awarded this year tome time in August. According to the British and Foreign Bible society, there Is littls chance for cir culation of the Bible in Japan. The soci ety says of Japan: "Tha progress of Christianity seems to pause before the ab sorption of the people in their new politi cal passions." Some-visitors to Japan say that the trouble la that the Japanese, eager to receive everything of western civiliza tion, have weloomed the missionaries of all sects of Christianity, and now they are greatly puzzled over the rival claims of different denominations. In speaking of the great number of auo oessfal chess player of the Hebrew race, and of the contest between the two He brews, Lasker and Stelnltz, for tha cheat championship of the world, the Jewish Chronicle dwells npon certain traita which are prominent In the Hebrew character. It maintains that the Hebrews are the beat chess players because of their possession of mental qualities which have always been useful to the race, such, for example, as qulckneia of apprehension, tenacity of purpose, readiness In the application of resources, the power of estimating proba bilities, and an intuition which enables them to seize the opportune moment for developing action. These traits of mind have been marked in all the Hebrews who have won fame and fortune In the playing of chess. aire. George Blddle haa just presented some uu painted Sevree poicelaln to the University of Pennsylvania, whloh calls up the ead ending of the wretched Louis XVI of Franoe and his nnfortnnate queen, Uarle Antoinette. When the king and queen were meditating that last flight from Paris, which so nearly proved successful, being in want of money they turned to Goovernenr Morris, who was at that time the United States minister to the French republic, and offered to him a valuable collection of early pieces of porcelain from the Sevres factory, includ ing an nnpalnted group representing the return of Telemschus. Mr. If orris bought the oolleotlon, which subsequently pasted from his conroland came to Philadelphia. Along with these pieces Mrs. Blddle has also presented to the university's Museum of Archaeology a remarkable piece of nn palnted Sevres porcelain representing the famous D'Agneaeeau, Chancellor of Franoe. FASHION NOTES. Hints for Mothers and Daughters. It will never be determined, probably, just when the middle aged woman becomes elderly, bnt it is certain that young wo men receive a disproportionate share of the attention of dress designers, to the neglect of elder ones. The drtsi shown here Is not for youth, bnt lacks not a bit in style or tastefnlneee on that account. Made from hellotiope satin, the gored skirt r.r5.-.,.- iVTV'-S mm has a moderately long train, la trimmed with two ChantiHy flounces and large bows of heliotrope ribbon. The bodice has a yoke of heliotrope monssellne de sole and la laid in tiny pleats from tha bust to the waist. A large bnckle and a knot of ribbon conceal the seam where the yoke and bodice join. The standing col ir ia ornamented with a smaller buckle similar to that on the bodice, in addition to a bow of ribbon. The bodice f sstens at the side and the back is plain. The sleeves are draped with lace, as shown, and are finished by a fancy eaioon corres ponding to the bnckiea. The eoetome is a handsome one, well catted to the mother of daughters who themselves are more of ten considered by fashion creators. Riding habits grow more and more sen sible. Jaunty jackets in cut like those worn on the street are much owl. Theae jackete open over walstooata and correct linen, ana tn stirt seems like any walk ing skirt, though it really Is shaped to adapt itself to the position and to hang as if it were only a walking skirt. There ia no more skin-tight ugliness It toe Best and latest decrees ate followed. The uncom fortable stiff or felt hat is exchanged for a straw in the English shape, driving gloves are worn and the foot alone retains the touch of equeetrlenne effect, bsoanse it la usually booted. The girls look all the prettier on the horse for this change, for women had begun to realize bow fearfully trying the old style waa, in spite of the poeta' and novellsU' declarations to the contrary. FixiRrrra. COOL. It never cools a man eff when the atreet- eprlnkler throws water on him. Atchison Globe. He (passionately) Something stirs with in me. She (calmly) Why don't yon drink filtered water. Town Toplos. Hlggs FIggs Is prospering, isn't bet Hatch Oh, yes. He's got now to where he can ease his butcher. Judge. It's in Ihs nature of things that when a man ia very short he should be mora or leas crusty. Pittsburg Chronicle. Three years' undisturbed possession of setter dog will destroy the veracity of the best man in America. Sittings. She (fiercely) A man who commits big amy ongbt to be banged. Ht To be sore. Pat blm ont of his misery. Detroit Trib une. Guest Aren't the registers leaking in this room. I smell steam. Honest Bell Boy Dey's been scaldln' de bedatid, sah. Plain Dealer. Fond Mamma (to clerk in china store) I see von have mugs marked Tom and Jer ry; have yoa aay with Willie and Charlie on them! Life. --" Musioian Wsll. what do yon think of my new piece! Critio It needa ventilat ing. Mnslolsn What do yon meant Critic Why, tha air Is bad. Chios go Beeord. Landlord When a poor fellow without monev asks for a nl gut's lodging l invari ably take him In. McCaustlck Then yoa treat blm like a regular guest. Raymond's Monthly. Jaapar Women who are divinely tall are usually vain of their beauty and spend a lot of money on clothes. Jumpuppe Tes. thev keeD their husbands Drofanelv anon. xruin. Wife How Deonle o-axs at mv new iirnnaT I presume tbey wonder if I've been shop ping in Parts. Husband ICore likely they wonder It I've Men robbing a bank. Kew York Weekly. A lanltor waa ahaorhed In a Innlr slicn bis wife aald: "What- are ye reedln'. Din nter "Oimreadln' tha history of Nspo lean Bonaparte. Moyt moyl what jani tor he would have madel" Good News. Mies Plnherlv If von belanir ta Ian olube, Mr. .Tatter, I don't aee how yon have naaen time to study. Young Totter Wbat maae you think 1 was a student I Mis Piukeriy Mr. Daahaway said that you were one of the best dos ted man ha knows. Brooklyn Ufa. Summer Boarder Bat I thonaht van said in your advertisement that boarders could have all the f rait thty wanted, and I don't see a single fruit tree! Farmer Outeem Wa al, you kin. My boy Tom goes to to wn every day an' all yer got to do la ter give him yer orders Judge. A Caae f Hoodoo. William Cecil Uam ia July UppiacoUs. "What are goofer. ehr asked tha may- or, gruffly. "Ltwa, Mara Shallow," exclaimed Jeff. "no nigger needn't try to toll yon nothln' 'bout hoodooa and goofers. Von knows niggers down to the groan', and In course you knows what goofers la. I's monet'oas soared o' g-wfers, I If; and whan this byah nigger aay what I dona tell you, esjs I, 'What yon ax ter it allf He ops and says, 'Da eonteapt'ous and redlo'lous fee o two dolyaha.' And I say, 'Two dolyehe! No you don't, nary tlmel I'll gCn yon fifty cents,' says I, 'pervldln' yon'U 'snah my life, wi' healf and plenty all my days.' Then he tows, 'Nigger, yon wants toD much fer too little. S'arch yer ol' eio's and gimme a doiyah an a half, acd all yoa ax ehill be yourn.' " Harry on." aald the mayor, sharply. Yas. sth." responded Jrff. oontlnnina- his story. "I war monst'oaa jubraoa 1 didn't have dat much csdIuI 'bout ma at jist dat partie'lar moment ob time. Bat I ahack myself, I did, and I scratched my pocaeis, iwett i managed to .crape np la nickels and sich one dolrah aod thirty- nine cents. And den I handed de money to dls byah nigger, and I eaya, 'Perceed to pnrjeckl' Says he. 'Beln' Its yon, pard, I'll do my be' endeavana for you; corns oas side wi' m, Into die alley.' Well, boss." Jeff went oo. "dls iden- tlc'lar nigger tuck me into de alley, and we sot down aide by aide on a stone dar. He takes my money, he does, and den be look at my lef ban'. As soon, sah, aa he begin to read my han'. he 'ronse my pi cions; fer says he, 'Dls byah line running right 'cross yer palm' when, sab, It wa'n't oo line, on'y a crack inde dirt, and I told de nigger so hlyabl hlyahl hlja a-a-ah!" And Jeff roared with laughter. "Silence!" thundered the major, redder than a beet. "What do yon mean, yon rascal, by laughing in court, before me. In this manner!" "So be'o me gracious, Mara' Shallow." aald Jeff, in solemn seriousness, "I's obli gated to tell de trnfe, de whole trofe, and nothln' bnt de trufe. and I dtcleu I laugh jlat plntedly dat way when die nigger byah mistuck ae crack in as cut ler a line in my han'." "Don't give me any more of it, sir," said the mayor, fiercely. "And now fin ish your tale quickly." Weil, sah," returned Jta, "dls nigger hyah den ax ma to wash my ban's, and when I hed done and done and done done it " "WhaU" the mayor Interrupted. "And when I bed done and done and done done it," repeated Jeff, with great dignity of emphasis, "dls Wash Webb be gin ag'ln to clroomepeck my lei' ban'; and asys be, -4 Soda akknoss and deaf all ronn' yon; yer granny '11 soon die: yer aunts Is in a duckune; yer orer can t las long; ana yer wife ' Bnt jUt dar I 'ropted him, and says I, 'Nigger, wbat I pay yoa fer, hehl I wants to know what's gwlne hap pen to me, and hyah yon is a-tellin' what's gwlne to bsppen other folks. I don't want to byan my relations' lonace ; x want to byah mine." At this one of the lawyers prs;nt snort ed suddenly and loudly with enppreseed laughter. Who waa lb air shouted the major. Bat nobody answered. "The next person who uughs in this court today," announced the savor, sternly, "shall go to jail, it necen Da iden tified. Contempt of this court le growing daily, and mnst be checked. On with your stuu'.d rigmarole.-- saia ne to ji n. "and be done with it." Iialtaav Kwrara. (Ellen Olney Kirk la July Lippioeo'.l s. Few Ittiian mothers, and none who live in any degree of comfort, suckle their own children, and the proper kind of nurse le looked np for months before a baby la expected to be bora. These requisitions most bs fulfilled: the mnst bs young, etroog, dark-hatred, clear-ekinned. mntt bava giod teeib, be of rtpc!ab!e family, wlih a good hoabend, and if px albla she must have a tratquli, serene temper. She glvea up her husband, her family and her own children for two years, to take the position An elaborate trons la nrenared for her by the mot her" of the child she Is to care for. and when she enters tbs new service care ia taken that she eball eend back every art Ida she haa worn away from home, even to her shoes and stockings, bhe btoomes at once a ehlrf Drsonage in the boon-bold. She la TWENTY YEARS OF OXE WOMAN'S LIFE Spent With and For the BoneM of ike Women or me nana. fH-rii. to oi a uor stui-rcs 1 One noiunn's work has loM for good In thousands of homos throushoM the world Wliai .1 rvconl of hvllrfnlness! What liappiufss and comfort that work has l.rouulit to thousands of despairing women; what lains banished and how smooth the way was made for weary suf- feier. no wn or lunzue can ever ten, I.j.Iia E. I'iukliam pave the wt of ber life "in ihe women i.f the world, ibat her llie siifft rSni of her ex luiulit be relieved. ller Vegetable Compound saves women from all diseases of the womb and kidneys. It has stood for twenty years acainst all cavil, and won the first place in the hearts of womeu. Look at the picture of ikisNvw York wo man, once confined to lier bed by citron ic female, weakness, now able lo follow her luii-baml in the Adirondack on long tninninc traniiw. I.vdiaiC. I'iuklianTs Veectablc Com pound inane this clian: in her life Just hear litis one talk. It does one's heart good " Feniale sufferers, hear me! I w asdiseouraged broken-hearted, was so ill Willi f male trouble I could not walk or stand, and had to be assisted to m feee when arisin" from a cbair. My head whirled, and my back ached; but worst of all was that awful crowding down feeling in my abdomen. " A friend of mine told me of Lydia E. Pinlham's Vegeta ble Compound ; ber faith won mine, and now I am welL Oh i how can I return thanks to Mrs. Pink ham ? " Everv woman eMS. troubled with uterus or womb troubles can be cured by Lydia E. Knkiiam'a v ege ta ble Compound, for it cured me, and will them.". Mrs. Kerhauoo, Juniata St., Xicetown, Pa. Every druggist has it. not only to be well paid, wall fed, and wall clothed, bnt aha ia to bo flattered, hn morad, amlled at. and treated with oos alderaUoo by master and naiati nss. aad other servants are to wait upon bar. 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