THE CARBENGTOH PUBIiISHING CO.
TUB OLDEST DAILY NKW8PAFEB IK THH 8TATR.
omam oo btatk btkejetj
M HATO, CONN., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1894.
Popularly known throughout New England aa the highest Standard 10 cents Cigar
for Quality, Quantity
Direct Importer of the finest Vuelts Abajo
corner State and Wooater
far VV o r k a Specialty.
ARE NOW READY.
French MADRAS, English OXFORDS, Scotch
CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH
BILES. For Ilea's NEGLIGEE and TENNIS
SHIRTS, for Ladles1 and Children's WAISTS
and BLOUSES, or sold by the yard.
The NEW PEARL OBEY. The
Famous London Tan at $1.35.
Fowne'a Gold Tan, Bed Tan and
"WELBECK," the finest Glove
New "Butterfly" Ties and Bows,
English Long Scarfs, and
"Don Juan" Ties and Four-ln-Hands.
CHASE & CO.,
Hew Haven Reuse Building.
Sole Agent a for Noyea Bros. (Boston) Laun
dry. Hand work, and satisfaction guaranteed.
THE Standard Refrigerator of to-day is the
EDDY. Made Btrictly first-class In Fine
thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beauti
f ully grained, and varnished. They are superior
to any hardwood box made.
Examine them at
S60 State Street.
nvaluable for comfort, convenience and econ
omy in Summer.
Food more perfectly cooked than by direct
heat from coal.
Ranges, 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.,
Mo. 80 GROWN STREET.
J. H.Buckley. 17t Church.
Elevated Closet, Cabinet Base.
Over 1,500 need in New Haven.
The heaviest, finest made, and most con
venlent Range ever offered. Sole Agent,
S. E. DIBBLE,
639 G-rand Avenue.
No form of friction tries the durable properties
of a paint more than constant
U.S. N. DECK PAINT
Has stood this test and is recognized as the only
floor coating that has proven satisfactory for
b 3th inside and outside wear. It is made in Var
nish, dries hard over night with a High Gloss.
For sale by
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
3 9 6-3 9 8 - State - Street,
THE FINEST LINE OP
AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Gome and examine our goods and you wUt be
orprtsea at our prices xor owrauoi oomDin
HOM' E. R. JEFFCOTT.
PAINTING and DECORATING in all their sev
era! branches aone wen ana promptly. nt
nates given. E. R. JEFFCOTT,
sei Kim Street, corner of Xcrlc.
853 Chapel Street.
Havana Xobaooo and Manufacturer of Cigars,
Street, New Haven, Conn.
14 and 16 Church Street.
AFE and Ladies' Restaurant connected with
HOT LUNCH served In Cafe.
IMPROVEMENTS AKD ALTERATIONS
Hade during; the doll summer months
have made .
- - nro8Ki.Birs
f MW HAVEN BOMB
f" Here comfortable than ever for both
permanent or transient gnests. Traveling men
are shown especial attention.
.11 RRTH H. uroHwr.icY
Trnnftrfji brilliant tmnsD&rencr to the fikin.
Removes all pimples, freckles and dlscolorationa.
Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Bound
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Hiss 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
0. D. ROBIffSOlf & CO.,
my30 tf 443 State Street.
HEW IIYEH POSTOFFICF.
Opening and Closing of Mails.
Itloney Order, lieetstered Letters, etc
Office Hours April 1 to November 1, 7 a. m. to
6 p. m. November 1 to April 1, 7:30 a. m. to 8 p.
to. Sundays from 12 m.to 1p.m.
Vestibule open for the accommodation of the
holders of lock boxes: From March 1 to Novem
ber 1, from 6 a.m. to 13 midnight; from Novem
ber 1 to March 1. from 5:30 a. m. to IS midnight;
Buttua uigiiu. Lom 9 to 11 p.Aa.
AHRITAT. AKD DEPARTURE OF KATUS.
New York Open 7, 9, 12 a. m., a, 3:55, 6, 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 8:39, 13 m., a,
10p.m. Close 5:30, 9 a.m., 2p.m.
Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and
Southern States Open 7:30, 8:30, 11a.m. Close
6:80, 9 a. m, 8:55, 7,11 p. m.
Chicago and western 8tates Open 7:30, 11 a.
m., 2, 10p.m. Close 6:30, 9 a.m., 3:55, 6, 7, 11
Albany and Northern New York Open 7:80, 11
a. m., 2, 10 p.m. Close 5:30. 9 a. m., 12:30, 3, 6,
7 sharp, 11 p. m.
Boston Open 7 a. m., 1, 8, 4;S0, 7, 8, 10 p. m.
Close 6, 7, 10:15, 11 . m., 12:15, 2, 85, 5, 11 p. m.
Worcester Open 7:30 a. m., 3, 4:30. 10 p. m.
Clone 7:00, 10:00 a, m.. 12:15, 2:30, 6:00. 11 p. m.
sLn'ne, New Hampshire and Vermont Open 7,
10:0 a.m., 3, 4:30, 10p.m. Close 6, 10:15 a, hl,
6, 11 p. m.
Springfield Open 7:30, 10:30, a. m., 3, 4:30, 1C
p. m. Close 7, 10:15 a. ro., 12:15, 2:30, 5, H p. m.
Springfield Bailroad Way Open 10:30 a. m..
3:45,10 p.m. Close 7 a. m., 2:80, 11 p. m.
Hartford Open 7, 10:30 a.m.,1, 3, 5, 10 p.m.
Close 7, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:30, 6, 7, 11 p. m.
Ueriden 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.
Close 7, 10:15 a. m., 2:30, 5, 11 p. m.
Wallingford Open 10:30a.m., 3, 7 p.m. Close
5:50, 7, 10:15 a. m., 2:30, 5 p. m.
Kensington Open 10:30 a. m., S p. m. Close 7
a. m., 2:30 p. m.
' North Haven Open '10:30 a. m., 8, 10 p. m.
Close 7 a. m., 2: SO, 5, 11 p. m.
Bridgeport Open 7, 8:30, 12 m., 2, 4, 7, 10 p.
m. Close 5:30, 9, 11 a. m., 12:30, 2, 5, 7, 11 p. m.
New London Open 7:30, 10:30 a. m., 8:80,7, 9
p. m. Close 6, 10:15 a. m 2, 4:30 p. m.
New London Railroad 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, Ji
a. m., 4, 7, 10 p. m. Close 6, 10 a. m., 2, 4:80, 11
Providence and all Rhode Island Open 7:30,
10:30 a.m., 4,7, 10 p. m. Close 6, 11 a, m., 2, 4:30,
11 p. m.
Newport Open 7:30 a. m., 8:30, 10 p. m. Close
3 a. m., 2, 11 p. m.
New Haven and Northampton Way Open 3, 10
p. m. Close 6 a. m , 3 p. m.
Flantsville, Unionvilie, Sonthlngton 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 9 a. m., 5 p. m.
Water bury Open 7, 10:30 a. m., 1, 8, 8 p. m.
Close 6, 9, 10:16 a. m., 1:30, 6, 11 p. m.
Birmingham Open 10:30 a. m., 1, 4, 6, 8 p.m.
Close 6, 9, 11 a, m., 1:30, 6 p. m.
Orange Open 10:30 a. m., 11 p. m. Close 9 a.
m, 6 p. m.
Housatonlc Railroad Way Open 12, 9 p. m.
dose 9 a. m., 3:55 p. m. sharp.
Shepaug Railroad Way Open 12 m. Close 9 a.
Connecticut Valley BaHroad Way Open 3, 10
p. m. Close 6 a. m 8, 11 p. m.
Air Line Railroad Way Open 3, 10 p.m. Close
I a. m . 18:10, :au p. m.
Durham, Cllntonviile and Northford Open
10:30 a. m., 10 p. m. Clow 7 a.m., 5 p.m.
miaaiecown upon w.tsu sv. m., a, n:au, iu p. m.
Close 7, 10:16 a. m., 12:15, 8:80, 8:55, 6, 11 p. m.
Stamford Open 8:80 a. m., 12 m., 7, 10 p. m.
uiose d:ju, v a. nu, , n, ii p. m.
Danburv Ocen 7 a. m.. 12 m.. 4. 10 n. m
Close 6:30. 9. 10:15 a. m.. 2. 3:55. 8:30. 11 d. m.
Minora ocea :au a. m.. lz m.. 4. id. m.
Close 6:30. 9. 11 a. m.. 8. 6 r m.
uoicnesrer upen s, ju rs a. viose t a. m.,
!:S0. 6 d. m.
West Haven Ooen St80a.ni. a. 4.8 i. m. Rloaa
5:30 a. m., 12:30, 6 p. m.
israncn omoe open :15 a. m., u m., 6, 9 p.
f oreign open 7:au a. m., 4:30, 7:46 p. m.
mose o:au, v, iu, 11 a. m.. m::ju. 4. o. 7. 11 r. m.
Westvule Open 9:16 a. m., 1,9 p.m. Close 7,
11 n. hi., ;w v, in.
North Branford Open 19 m. Close 12:41 n. m.
North Guilford Open 12 m. Close 12:45 p. m.
Carriers leave the office at 7:10 and 11:30 a, m.,
2:30, 3:46 and 4 p. m making four deliveries in
the business section and three and two further
out, according to distance from the office. Col
lections are made from red street boxes hourly
from 7 a. m. until 10 p. m. From orange boxes
seven times daily, last collection at 10 p. m.
All green boxes are opened by the carrier on
his regular trips, mafchigj two and three collec
tions further out.
Sunday colllections from led boxes at 4, 7, 9 p.
m. Orange boxes 4, 9 p. m. Green boxes 4 p. m.
money oraer ana rvgisterea letter windowi
open from 8 a. m. till 7 p. m.
Tlie fees on orders in the TJtdted RtatM are:
Orders not exceeding 910, 8 cents; over $10 and
not exoeeding f 16, 10 cents; over $16 and not
exceeding $30, 16 cents; over $30 and not ex
ceeding (40, 20 cents; over (40 and not exceed
ing Sou, cents; over ou ana not exceed:
ana 80 aents: over M0 and not gxnaerUng i
85 cents; over (70 and not exceeding (80, 40
cents: over fouuu uotexoeeomg vlw, wens,
Postal notes are issued in amounts less than
SA. Fm for same onlv thraa eantfi. and thaw
must be presented for payment within ninety
Letter postage in the United States 3
"Bequest to return" will be printed across
thn end of stamoed envelooea fnrnlshed bv the
Fost-offlce department without additional cost
where sack vc- irxMsrtA In lots not less thaa
HEAT YOUB HOUSE
' "WITH THE OZLEBBATKD
MAHONY . BOrLKR,
or Hot "Water, Direct or Indlreet
xtaoiation. , .
ALSO HOT AIR FURNACES.
Driven wells a specialty. Englneers'Supplies. rtriL
class work trnaranteed. Faotory work sollolted. Person
given to modernizing defective plumbings
SHEAHAN & GROARK.
BTEAairiTTEBB AND PLCMBEKB, Telephone call 404-8
885 and 887 State Street. .
Tonr Cairets Biiutene,
Tne Moths Killed, and the Dmt
- xtemovett c
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
injury. We are especially fitted
np for this work.
DYEING and CLEANING
Of Hen's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies'
Dresses, etc .
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underolothlng,
THE FORSYTH CO.
OFFICES 878 Chapel street,
- 6 40 .
23 Broadway, ; -.
: s State, liawrence and
Telephone 854-2 and 3.
r. b. sumi, i7 uaurcn street.
Hartford office. 258 Main street.
era to New Haven office.
SCHOOIj 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 receivea aauy rrom Ji: to 1 and 4 to. 5
BUS tT 7H1 UUAfKL H 1.
SierliEi Silver MonntsQ
brtoise Shell Combs
Hair Pins, at
Jeweler and Optician,
S Church Street, opposite FostofBce.
WEXXS tfc GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
oil Line Sterling Silver and Silver
IMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RIHBS.
No. 788 Chapel Street.
American and foreign
868 Chapel Street,
Hew Haven. Conn.
rpHE best Artificial Stone In the market for
X sidewalks, driveways ; mill, shop and barn
Boors ; cellar bottoms, curbing, coping, etc.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
Exchange Building, Boom 12,
lag! tf (P. O. BoxlBSff). NEW HAVEN.
Xi. W. ROBINSON
760 CHAPEL STREET
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BY
Prices Low and Patisf action Guaranteed,
Orders left at
BRADLEY ft DANN'8, 406 State 8treet,
EOBT VE3TCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street,
LINSLEY. BOOT & CO.U 33 Broadway.
Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address
Box 855. TMenhon 425-13
WILLIAM H. CHAP MAS
Solicitor of U. S. snd Foriigi Patsats
M I " . fft H ..A sit
uoonssi ii raienx uaosu.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.,
TO Church St., Rooms g and 4.
(Monday, Tuesday; and Wednesday.)
S 1 Tiraaln Street.
(Thureday,;Frlday and Saturday.)
Elcht v ears' experienoe as Examiner in O .
Patent Offloe. Beferenoaa to "-rlandnab.
Standard Iiightins Company's
Which we shall sell at
10 psr mil. Discount.
C. P. MERRIMAN,
Ooen evenings. 1 54 Elm Street,
OUR STOCK OF
Body Brussels and
Is One of THE BEST la the City.
Iilnoleum. Oilcloth, Matting,
. Art Squares, Rugs and -Shades.
,',-A LARGE VARIETY. -
All sizes, In soft and hard wood.
STATTTi & HEGEL,
tig is unnren street.
THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE.
A Buying CENTER A Saving
About 1,000 yards
24-in, Figured Silks-
one of the finest qual
ity made, very strong
and durable. Excel
lent designs. Worth
fully 75c. Only Fri
rC. a yard.
The real Scotch
Ginghams 32 inches
wide very handsome
ine of patterns. Ac
tual value, 25c. Only
QC. a yard.
About 1,200 yards
46-in. Worsted Vigo
reaux. All the very
choicest shades, and
fabric. Reduced for
Friday only, from $i.
gQC. a yard.
Just what you watitv; for
your shore cottage curtains
Regularly 5c. Only Friday, at
gC. a yard.
H WE &
A word about
H. S. JEWETT, M. D.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
" The ability to control and
soothe the worst features of ex
hausting diseases is one of the
most valuable attributes of
The Original Raw Food
"For me it is doing great
work pleasant to take, easily
digested, and, unaided, it will
sustain a patient s strengtn tor
Dr. Jewett is only one of
many thousand physicians who
believe Bovinine is the greatest
condensed food in the world
well, it is.
. Sold by all druggists.
THE BOVININE CO.. NEW YORK.
A. P. BUSH & CO., 149 Pearl street, Boston,
flew angiana agents.
Dobbins .lectnc aoap is
cheaper for you to use, if you
follow directions, than any
other soap would be if given
to you ; for by its use clothes
are saved. Clothes cost more
than soap. This soap cost in
i860 twenty cents a bar. Now
it costs nine. It contains pre
cisely the same ingredients and
no others, now as then, and
costs less than half. Buy it of
your grocer, use it and pre
serve your clothes. If he hasn't
it, he knows that he can buy it
of his wholesale grocer. The
genuine always has our name
on the wrapper,
many of. them.
of clothes by the
use of Uobblns'
Bleotrio Boap Is
tact of a generation.1 It la not an experi
ment or a wild assertion, bat absolutely
tbue. Think carefully whether yon pre
fer to tare b cent or two on soap, or dol
lars on clothes. Yon can't do both. Boy
Dobbins' Electric and look on ayery wrap
per for the name of
DOBBINS SOAP MFG. CO .
I Bnooessors to 1. 1. uragia at jo. ,
. -Pnlladeipbla, Pa.
Has brought to light
That will he sold lj
the pair cheaper than
you used to pay for half
a pair. .
Will produce the most
ever saw ..
or ever will.
EI7EN MclHTTRE & CO.
837 and 839 Ghtpel Street,
IN CHOOSINQ DRINK3 AND
WILL LINK YOUR THINKS.
Deliciously Exhilarating, Spark
lingj Effervescent. Wholesome
as well. Pnrifies the blood , t icic
les the palate. Ask your store
keeper for it. Get the Genuine.
THE CHAS. E. HIRES CO..
"Penny wise and Pound
foolish" are those who think
it economy to use cheap rosin
and soda soaps, or washing
powders of any kind, instead of
the good old Dobbins' Elec
tric Soap ; for sale by all gro
cers since 1869, and used dur
ing all that time by millions
of intelligent economical wo
men who know its merits and
therefore use it. All who use
it praise it as the best, cheap,
est, and most economical soap
made, but if you will try it,
even just once, it will tell a
much stronger tale of its mer
its itself. Ask your grocer
for Dobbins' Electric Soap,
take nothing else.
LOUS best articles ;
lous men seek to palm them off on their
customers as the genuine, for the sake of
the additional profit made by the deceit.
There are lots of imitations of Dobbins'
Eleotrio Soap. Every one of them will
ruin and rot clothes. See that our name'
is on every wrapper.
DOBBINS SOAP MFG. CO.,
" Successors to L L. Oragin & Co.,
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.
Thia Is not only" jut a. g-ood"
a. others, but far btUtr. On.
trial will support this claim.
S9c to $2.73
The Oldest Dally Paper Pub
lished In. Connecticut.
THE CAEEINGTON PUBLISHING 00
DauvaBMO bt Cabbxkks in Tan Cm, 10
Cwrra a Wmnc, 50 Omna a Mouth, $3
fob Six Harass, $6 A Tbab. In
Sams Tbjum bt HAib
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Bons or matt.ra of business snonldbs addressed
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THE WEEKLY JOUBNAXi
Etkkt Thttrsdit MoBsma.
Blnfrle Copies S oents.
The Lord sometimes causes the wrath
of man to praise him, and it is Interesting
to notice how the wrath of man has been
and la working in New York. Thns the
hlgh-sonled Peter DeLacy has f onnd it for
his interest to savagely oppose the terrible
evil of pool-selling, and several gentlemen
who have been "thrown down" by the New
York police are doing their beat to get
even. So we have the intensely interest
ing and dramatio stories of George Appo,
Harry Hill and others who have testified in
the Lexow investigation. And now
oomes Mortis Teknlsky, president of
the State Liquor Dealers' association, and
pats himself on record with Dr. Parkharst
and other reformers as being opposed to
"playing the races." He looks npon
money lost in snob, a way as money de
viated from its proper and natural des
tination, the pocket of the liquor dealer.
He wants those who might be tempted to
throw their money away on pool tickets
protected ao that they can spend their
money for something that la more
filling than the blanks of the pool
room. He also monrna because the
liquor dealers themselves are not more
thrifty and he would have them also pro
tected by a law against "playing the
races." This is a part of his forcible and
feeling plea: I find that the chief patrons
of the race tracks are the liquor dealers.
They attend the races and let their business
go to pot. They not only lore their money
at the track, bnt they are losing business
by not attending to it. There may be a
question in some people's minds whether
gambling at the .race tracks or liquor sell
ing is the worst occupation; There isn't
in mine, and I think it would be a good
thing for the liquor dealers if pool selling
were done away with. Then there's an
other way the liquor dealers .offer. A fel
low with a $2 bill hangs yon np for
drink or cigar because he wants to pnt
the bill npon a race. You're lucky if yon
gat 60 per cent, of suoh haog-npa.
If President Teknlsky carries his convic
tion Into action those who are working
against race track gambling in New York
will have a powerful helper. If the
Liquor Dealers' association prevents the
race trsok gamblers from doing business
and the raoe track gamblers prevent the
liquor dealers from doing business il
legally the community will not be harmed.
TBI KOIINC BBPUBLICANS.
The Young Bepublioans of Connecticut
have set out to show that there may be miti
gating olronmatanoes in "the atrocious
orime of being a young man," and they are
succeeding so well that it is not improbable
that they will greatly increase the sale of
hair dye, wigs and other devices to conceal
the encroachments of age. The indica
tions are that soon every Republican in
Connecticut will be a young one if he is
not so old as to be absolutely ineligible.
The Young Republicans of Connecticut
don't need any encouragement, but if they
did they could find it in an address deliv
ered the other evening by Rev. Dr. lioxon
of Springfield, who pointed out that Alex-
bander the Great died at the age of 32 mas
ter of an empire conquered vj mmseit, an
empire of two and a quarter millions of
square miles. Napoleon fought his Italian
campaign, in whloh he routed the veteran
marshals of Austria, when he was but 27.
Luther nailed his thesis against Indul
gences on the churoh door in Wlttemberg
when he was bnt 34 and Inaugurated the
greatest movement In modern history.
Calvin wrdte his Institutes, which have
ruled and molded Christian thought for 300
years, when he was less than 2o and pub
lished them when he was 27. Bacon be
fore his beard was grown challenged prin
ciples of philosophy that had dominated
the thinking world for a thousand years,
and began the modern age of scientific in
duction. Skakeapeare did hla best work
before he was 40, writing "Hamlet"
when he was 86. Byron died when he
was 26 and did his best work before he
was 30. Shelley made himself Immortal
and died at the age of 30. Watts Invented
the steam engine before he was 30. Edi
son, when he was 26, invented the quadru
ple! telegraph, and before he was 40 had
completely revolutionized electrical science
in its relation to the practical arts. Stan
ley discovered Livingstone when he was
bnt 33 and before he was 87 hs had oroased
the dark continent.
It la quite probable that aome of these
men would have been Young Republicans
if they had bad the opportunity to be.
And it is quite probable that some of the
Young Republicans of Connecticut may
attain a place in history. If they shouldn't
they can have the aatlafactlon of knowing
that they have done something to help
break down an anolent prejudloe. The
Young Bepublioans are now "ripe for ex
ploits and mighty enterprises." In other
words they mean business.
Apples are fifty dollars a barrel In Chi
Here Is an advertisement from the Aus
tralasian: "If Hubert Lynott, my hus
band, does not return and support me
within three months from this date, I In
tend to re-marry. Florenoe Emilia Lynott,"
A Frenoh physician bat devised a vibrat
ing helmet for the -cure of nervous head
ache. It is constructed of strips of steel
pnt in vibration by a small eleotrio motor,
The sensation prodnoes drowsiness, the pa
tient falls asleep under Its influence and
awakes free from pain,
i It is spreading. Dr. Dale,a London jour
nalist who has written book reviews for
the greater part of a long lifetime.aaya it la
hla belief that by far the greatest number
of books are written by men and women
who are not "quite right" In their minds.
Writing and publishing books, Dr. Dale
oonsldsrs. Is one of ths most harmless
ways in which suoh persona can spend
their time. .
At least one good thing baa been dona
by the kUasacQusetts legislature. That
body has passed and the governor
signed a bill which provides that whoever
causes or permits a horse's tali to be decked,
or is present at suoh cutting ahall be pun
ished by Imprisonment not exoeeding one
year and a fine of not less than $190 nor
more than $300. Tha Society foe tha Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals will be on
the lookout for such cruel ilea and will re
ceive half of tha dues collected.
An interesting experiment Is now being
tried at Sycamore, Alabama, where two
brothers are operating a five-thousand acre
tract of land. They employ ninety-four
whites and not a single negro. They raise
all the food crops necessary for the people
and the stock In their little community,
and all the meat they need, but cotton la
their principal ciop. Bat they do not ahlp
their ootton to northern markets to be
worked np in eastern mills. A mill oa the
plantation manufactures the ootton Into
yams and another mill grinds the seed into
That must have been a wonderful hail
storm which happened In Vienna on the
17th. The clouds were of a "aopper red,"
the sound like a great stoma at sea, the
average sin of ths hall that of a haael nut;
the depth of the toe on the streets was
from alx to eight Inches; one hundred
thonsand windows were smashed; the trees
were stripped of leaves, so that when the
sun came out there was no shads In the
parks; thousanda of birds were killed; a
thirty-two gun detachment of artillery
outside the city was dispersed, the horses
running sway in all directions.
The last few miles of the Teh nan tepee
railroad are now being completed, and in
a few months ahlppara may be saved the
distance of 2,400 miles in transporting
merchandise from the United States and
Europe to Mexico, which now has to be
done by way of Panama. Important works
at Coatzaoolcos, on the Gulf of Mexico, and
Sallna Cruz, on the Paolfio, are In process
of construction, and will make first-class
termini and harbors for the route. It is
expeoted that within five years large Tea
sels will be able to get In to Sallna
Cruz and that then the Tehuantepeo
railroad will take the place of the
Panama road for all commerce north
of Panama. A peculiarity of the conces
sion for the Tehuantepeo route la that, un
like the other railroad concessions granted
by Mexloo, it comes into the hands of the
government immediately after its comple
tion. Thus the affair la practically a gov
ernment aoheme. The length of the road
is 205 miles, against 70 miles in the ease
of the Panama route, but the aavlng ot
distance between Tehuantepeo and Panama
is to great that the longer routs will cer
tainly be successful as a business venture;
at least until the United States bnllds the
Nloaragna canal. An Illustration of the
possibilities of the Tehuantepeo railroad la
foand In the fact that the Panama railroad
now has a transit trade averaging 50.009,
Between Vace sat San.
Leghorn hats are perky affaire with their
oddly bent and twisted brims, bnt their
only new feature is an added edge of cut
out lace about the brim on the underside.
For trimming there la somstimes, besides
a great bow of ribbon, a oouple of upright
feathers matching the ribbon whloh bend
over the low crown. Tha ends of ths
feathere droop In the long established
Prince of Wales fashion. No woman
need feel that ahe la ont of fashion un
less she adopts some form cf east and
west trimmings, whloh are not at all be
coming to many. The round shade bat
shown Is of black English straw and la
trimmed with a big bow and upright loop
of ribbon, together with two nodding os
trich plumes. The crown le very low
and is enolroled by a prettily arranged
ribbon, while a finely pleated frill of
black tnoussellne de sole entirely oovere
the brim and partly hangs over it in
front and at the sides.
Not a bit less dainty than bats is that
other means of shading the face the par
asoL Coaching parasols are made np in
all the pretty wash goods and they cannot
be told from silk, and many of tbem cost
more than did the last Tear's allk onea.
It Is not necessary that tbe parasol should
match the gown, the rnle being only that
with a light gown a light parasol shall
be carried. Parasols arsno longer lined,
but the material used is either double
faced or la put on double. The rib,
which the lining waa used to cover, are
now part of the prettlnesa of the article,
being enameled to harmonize with the
cover. A oharmlng effect, for Instance, is
ahown in a dainty parasol of bine striped
swivel silk, ttra ribs and handle of the
parasol being blue to match.
Wimbleby calls his dog "Non 8equi
ture" because he doesn't follow. Boston
First Actor (In tragto whisper) Are we
quite alone! Second Actor (glancing
grimly at the small audience) Almost.
"Hss that horse a pedigree!" asked the
tourist. "Nope," replied tbe honest farm
er, "nothin but tbe heaves." Washing
He I know I'm a fool, but " She
Well, you know more than I thought you
did, then. I'll accept you. Raymond's
He Her heart is aa hard as glass. I
can't make any Impression on it. She
ne trial ensures repeated use.
of every one who has tried
f the new Curative Lubricant, the most effective external f
remedy ever offered. Irritation of the skin, caused by
eczema, erysipelas, or other skin disease, or by burns, 1 1
stings, bruises or cuts, is allayed at once. Catarrh, neural-' '
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relieved but cured by this invaluable remedy.
Price, ss snd 60 cents per box. At dnuorista, or by mail. '
Tsm Baunons On,
Have yon tried a diamonds Kate Field's
There is no doubt that girls have men
accomplishments, but they eannot cllmt
cherry trees. Bnttb.amnrthino..n.n,.v.
ins; their usual annual attempt. Atchison
aTn Idea seems to prevail in the minds
m ans areniteots that a higher education
la only to be sained hv rasnln. xhnnl
boildlngs np five or six stories. Buffalo
She If every atom of the human body
la renewed every seven years I eannot be
tna earns woman that yon married. He
its oeen suspecting that for some time.
ew xora weekly.
Dinks They tall me DaUea been done
In oil- Was It by an arttat I Dinks An
xwner. BUckest man on the pe
troleum .exchange. Caught poor Dablea
tor clean ten thousand. Buffalo Conner.
i eaeu oelebrate my twenty-second
birthday next week," aald lilta Giddey to
her dearest friend. "I suppose you for-
gut is wnen it came around elcht or nlna
Tsars ago," was Miss Flypp's reply. Har-
Jndire Have vnn formal .nfin!ni.M.
thle easel Mr. Wood B. Joror Yea. yonr
"; oni mat neaa not matter. I
have served on juries before, and I know
that I ahall have no opinions at all when
ooia aides get through. Puck.
in London. German Whn l.tM. taa
noseoery they are talking about! English
Sport Wby, man. he's the chap whore
horse won the Derbv. German wh.t
is hat English Sport Yon bloomln' idiot,
what else need he bet Detroit Free Press.
Wool I had Onr friend, tha nmlnl
critic, with me at Hobokenhnrst, two or
three days last week. Van Pelt Enjoyed
himself, didn't he! Wool Not a bit; the
robins insisted on singing every morning,
when it was perfectly clear to him that
they didn't know the first thing about
Some treat Meat's Nssuttku,
From the Glasgow CKy.) Times. j
Benjamin Franklin was lately whipped'
for atealing chickens, Thomas Jefferson
sent up for vagrancy, James Hadlaon fined
for getting drank, Aaron Burr had hla eye
gouged out in a fight, Zcbary Taylor
robbed a widow of her spoons, John Wes
ley was caught breaking into a store,
George Washington is on trial for at
tempted outrage, Andrew Jackson was
shot in a negro barrxim, Martin Lather
hung himself on the garden palloga while
stealing a basket of vegetables, and Napo
leon Bonaparte is breaking rock for a
three dollars fine in New Orleana. Wbat'e
the matter with the old boy.!
Dasiclnc Herore ike Lord.
H. V. Brown in July Lipplncott a
Several of the dancers dashed past
close to me, and I noticed that all their
eyes were cloee y shut, and their faces
wore a tense, ecstatic expression. How
they managed to make tbslr way about I
eannot pretend to aay; for they were rush
ing about so frantically that even had they
kept their eyes open It Is difficult to under
stand how they could have aVed them
selves from coming to grief. Ths dull
thud, thud of their feet in'the darkness:
the wailing hymn-tune, "Too late, too late,
ye cannot enter now;" the ''King" en
throned in bis gorgeous robs on his chair
of black and sold under the masses of
Tjrimson and gold drapery; the long nar
row wtnoowa like sheets of xlno In the
jading -evening lia'-it; the cry every now
and then from aotue part of tbe ball. "Je
sus 1 Jesnsl my Jeans, I love Thee!" or tbe
incoherent "Lord, Lord, Lord, keep me to
lay bleeding side!" (I shall never forget
those words or tbe voir a woman's voice
I heard crying them aloud iu that arrange
plaoe); and thsn the suggestion of some
thing supernatural, almost terrible, about
tha whole thing. it waa an expexieno.
whloh will remain, with me ao long aa
memory shall last. Tbe dale on which
the King and his light-hand men stood
was led up to by four or five step; and I
have seen these steps almost covered, and
half of tbe panclng ring alio, with pros
trato men, women and children who bad
danoed until they had fallen down from
PIUPKBS ts. EHISUTUH.
What Makes the Difference?
It le a Question ! F.o4 and Its Dlcee-
lfany people think we must eat fata and oils
to become fleshy. This Is a serious mistake. We
should eat starch foods, lr we cannot dlgwst
well-cooked tiarch foods use Pre-Digested Starch
Food a AW KOLA. Paakola will not only b.
absorbed at on by tbe most delicate stomach,
but it will create aa appetite for other fool. Aa
incrsaas in flesh and trengtn will follow Its me.
Mr. O. H. Butler, a drujnrt of Oswero. N. T
ays: "A young ladv lul In rrpor.. . irata of
nve pounds ai ir we u oc two imtu Dotuee or
8wid for pamphlet and for particulars to
The Pre-lJiicested Fool Co , SO Beads street,
rtl SULKS M. E.ERTR Ac CO.,
JelSTu FrAw y.w H.t... conn.
Positively Cured by
FRED O. HAASE.
Will be at the tVe.tasorelaad Hotel,
Boom Ko. S,
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
Hours 10-1 and A el9 St
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Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet
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Baa been used for more thaa 50 years and a the
best known remedy for Bheamatism,Neuralgia.
uunu, uns,ttooiiu ana au
. H. CONWAY,
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That is the testimony 4
S7. Canal 8t, New Turk. f
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
Being the popular fat-oriJe, it is the)
etanJanl of rompariion, a pattern for
imitators, 1ut i:$ excellence cannot la
equaled. Nicotine, the Active Princi
"young man." the old man atarnlv
atked, after tha youth bad aaked for the
daughter's hsnd, "do yon play pokerf"
"Y-ee er, that is I" blurted tbe suitor,
blushing. "That's all right," blandly In
terrupts the parent. "Can you tnt saa
on to a quiet gamer' Atlanta Constitu
Mrs. Newgold I want yon to .how tna
some of your best Dtoturea. Dealer
These are expensive, but they are soms of
tue rarest old palnungs wa have. They
slra. Newgold Young man. yon can't de
ceive me; I ean get bright, spick new ones
much cheaper. Chicago Ttlbuoe.
H YOU - WILL a
E Wheatine T
Full of Spring
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"THE QUEEN.OF TABLE WATERS.
Supplied under Eoyal Warrants
to Her Kajesty the Queen of
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Received the HIGHEST AWARD
at the WORLD'S FAIR.
HO ! FOR THE RACES !
Bat provide yourself with a
Field Glass or Si Glass,
A PAIR OF
London Smoke Spectacles,
Don't forget a rocket Flask, BotU. of
Cologne or Toilet Water, and
a package of
For Tender, Tired Feet
EVERYTHING IN THE USE OF
Optical Goods and Toilet
13 TO BE FOUND AT
E. L WASHBURN & CO.,
14 Church ted SI Center Streets
By those who oflcr sub
fcE stitutes for Cottolcne.
E Its success has been so
p phenomenal that numcr-
ous imitations arc now
being offered which are
claimed to be, "just as
good." All these
lack the intrinsic merit of
Cottolene and will prove
disappointing and disa
greeable to thosewhouse
them. These counterfeits
diner widely from Cotto
lene and are mere
when compared to the
reliable shortening Cot
tolene. Save money, an
noyance and your health
offered to take the place
6oM lo three and ave pound iMtts.
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rrateM Eithaap, L t.
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Track and Wagon Building
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While you wait ao delay, ao bezabw, ao vat
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171-175 Brewery Street.
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