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Shelouvnat nutKCotivlcv KIT Ml -KX.CUSX. tHK OI.IIKST UAILV PAI'KK ' 11 ' J.1SHKD IN 0!K:tTltlT. 1KUVUD r CMlKtU IX Till I'tTY. U tsars i ', soccim aMokth. in rem , Mouth, S a Vsas, Thk HahhTm lit MAIU THJT W'KKKXr JOI HXAI.. JmumI Thuredaye, Una Dollar a War. THECARRIXOTON Pl'DMSHIXfJ CO. Advertising Itatae. Situations, Wants, Itiiilii and other small nd. vorll.mm-tilii, One i'n Wrl turn iiiht. Ijo0. rive cents wont fur a full wwktimvrn H!iiiy Advertisements Pur Inch, one In sertion, ll I each stilaMqiirni Insertion, 40 cents: nnvwerk, jnjWj inn-mould, JIU; one year, $40, (Ihltuarv notices. In prow or verse, HlecM tw Hue. Notlemuf llliihs, Marrliutee, llnitlu unit funerals. Oo oenU wli. Iocl not Ices, IS rent per line. Y,rrr advertisers are limited lo their .own tinmnlluli biiilniw (nil mutter to he iiiiuhjec liinabll, ntl thrlr onniract do not Include I'anra. To Let, For Holt., wo. Discount m two Inches or inor. one timritti and over, MporreM.: on four Ini'lu r more, one mouth uwl ovw, to per will . Nollre. Wr cannot accept niioiiyiiimis or return re tort rd communlciitloua. In ull i-iutr the name pf the writer will lie miulrnl, nut for publica tion, but a a gtiarantMj of good fall h. Sim Francisco line followed I he pood rxninple of Jlohton In bfinlrtilni? wl name from Uer public ni'liool iwlor. Democratic linnnonjr is on tin In ertmsp. A Waitlilnittoti oorrcsponclrnt counts up ten senators nml lnrly repre sentatives, nil Democrats, who nro not on spetiklng It'i-itiK with CIpvc'IiiiiiI, mid uover go near the White. Iioupc. An Irish oris mid craft a society hns been formed ' In Dublin for llii' purpose of fUiniilutlng the Industries of Ireland and ntiemptine to rniao the craftsmen lo a higher ortlstlo level. The society Is endeavoring to orjranlzo nil exhi bition of Irish arts find crafts, to he held in Dublin in the autumn of 180.". Chjenpo in making pood one of her proud bousts. She Inis just taken a new school census, and in order to have no dispute ubout it, it wns tnken twice with tho same result. According to this numbering the city now litis a population of 1.502,790, which ia nearly 500,000 more tlmn in 1890. This puts Chlcngo next to New York In size, and not very far behind either. 1 This is a world of change. Emperor ' William's graceful act in pardoning the two French spies ou the day of Presi Qent Caruot's funeral lias brought out warm commeudationa from the Parisian press. Meanwhile the German news papers have teemed with friendliness pd sympathy since . the president was Assassinated, and ut no time in a cen tury have the t wo nations been on such terms of friendship as they seem to day. Sir Charles Russell, the new Lord Chief -Just ice of England, is an Irish nian and a Roman Catholic. He breaks a long line of precedent in being the first member of the Church of Rome to attain his present exalted place since the days of the English reformation. Sir Charles is just sixty-one years old. He was made a queen's counsel in 1872, a member of parliament in 1880 and attorney general in 1886. His salary as lord chief-justice Is $00,000 a year. Two years ago Sam Taylor, a Lexing ton, Kentucky, former, in the heat of a quarrel with a neighbor, who had struck nim, fired a fatal shot at his antagonist. He was convicted and sent to jail on a three years' sentence. Meanwhile all bis family, except a sister, who has labored in vain for his pardon, have died. The other day a Kentucky girl, visiting the pen, saw the broken down old man, and pitied him. She investi gated the case, sought Governor Brown, tenured a pardon and took It to the prison. When the old man realized what she haddone,he gasped his thanks and fell dead. A bronze cannon which had been standing In front of the government building at Pittsburg since Washington's tirthdy,.has been taken away to the melting pot. The piece, which is a twelve-pounder, was given by the gov ernment .to be cast into badges and souvenirs for the delegates to the Na tional Encampment of the Grand Army the Republic, which meets at Pitts burg next September. Its weight was 1,725 pounds, and it was one of nine guns of the same size and pattern cast t Cold Spring, opposite West Point, in 1841. It had been iu the Allegheny arsenal since 185G, and was one of the cannon M'hicli Secretary Floyd ordered to be taken to New Orleans before Fort Bumter was fired upon, the attempt to move which ordnance from the arsenal to the steamboat landing caused such tremendous excitement in Pittsburg. The protest of the citizens caused a de lay in shipping the pieces, and Anally the order was rescinded. . ft Greece, says a traveller, "elections aire held in churches on Sunday. In the church to which I succeeded iu gaining access on one election day there were ranged around the walls forty-two boxes, that being the number of candi flates te be voted for. These boxes were about the size and shape of a cracker box, one-half painted white, with 'Yes' on them, and the other half black, with 'No' on them. Beside each box stood a representative of the candidate, .and ovfcr the box was hung the candidate's picture. Each voter, as he entered the church, bad bis name registered and a "check given bfm. In passing around the church the voter is given a bullet, pt votp, by the representative aandiu laule the Imii of eaoli candidate. Nega tive voU, a well at nfllnimtlve, munt Ir C8l Unit ia, If it voter object to a cnndliluti' lie inut ciil n ueKnliva bill let, Orent our I exercised by tho rep resent utlvtn of the catidldato that there la no shifting of tho ballot boxes." r.i vj? .. i sun ratios. Thnt then la aouut Fourth of July miitoriii! left In this disturbed country In made plain by the reply of Senator Da via of Minnesota to n request from a branch of the American Railway L'nlou that he would support Senator Kyle's mail-truin reaolutloii. Senator l)avl said: I have received your teleirrum, I will not support Senator Kyle'i rcao- lutlou. It la iiKnlnst your own real wel fare. It ia also a Mow tit the security, pence and rhrht of millions of people who never banned you or your associ ate. My duty to the constitution and the laws forbids me to sustain a resolu tion to legalize liin lessness. The same duty tvsta upon yourself aud your assoclntca. Tho power to regu late ooiumprco among tho several alntea Is veated by the constitution In congress. Your nssoclutes huve usurped that power by force at Ham mond and other places, and linvA de stroyed commerce !ei ween the states In tLoae particular instances. You are rapidly npproncbiii the overt net of levying war nirniiiHt the United States, mid you will Hi id the definition of that act in the constitution. I trust that wiser thoughts will regain control. You might as well nslc rue to. vote to dissolve this government. (iood sense, respect for law, and real patriotism shine in this reply. It will guide and inspire others who want to know and to do what is right iu these rouhlim times. DKiin sot ri:r elected. This is the Fourth of July, the day set apart for celebrating the emancipa tion of this country from tyranny. And yet ou this glorious and significant day an effort is being made to overthrow the government of this country and substi tute Debs for it. Of course the effort will fail and Dobs will soon be in jail if he is not more discreet than he has been. And who is Debs, that he should set himself up as the ruler of this land? He is said to bare executive ability of a higli order. He certainly has cheek of a very hard and protuber ant order. He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana, in 1855 and is still under forty years of age. His father is said to be a respected merchant of that city. Young Debs was educated at the public schools, including the high school, which train ing was supplemented by a course at a business college. He worked as a fire man on a railroad between Terre Haute and Indianapolis between 1871 and 1874, but since then no railroad has had him on its pay-roll. He Joined the firemen's brotherhood in 1877 and in 1878 his abil ity and education secured him the posi tion of associate editor of the locomo tive firemen's magazine. Iu 1879 Debs was chosen city clerk of Terre Haute on the Democratic ticket and was re-elected on the strength of his excellent administration of the office. In 1880 he became secretary and treasurer of the firemen's brotherhood and strengthened t he organization materially. Iu 1885 t he Democrats chose Debs a representative to the Indiana legislature, and after his service there he beoame editor of the Railway magazine, which he directed until he organized the Araerloau Rail way Union less than a yoor ago. Debs has made a big stir with his "executive ability," his cheek and his American Railway Union. But he is flying too high. He will be brought low before long. There . has beon no elec tion of him as president of the United States, and he will And that before he can be the head man in this country he must be elected. The people of this oountry have heartily congratulated themselves on the fact that they don't have to support a big standing army, but the time may come when most of them will wish there was an nriny big enough to command respect for itself and. for the govern ment. The people of Europe are groan ing under the burdens of militarism, but the Pester Lloyd, one of the leading journals of Austria, takes the opposite side of the case aud undertakes to de feud the maintenance of the armies which are turning Europe into one vast camp. It begins by inquiring what would be the condition of the Europe of to-day without its great armies, and what would be the positioh of justice, freedom and progress. There is, it says, a hatred of things as they are in millions of souls all over the world, and if it were not for militarism that hatred would seize the weapons of destruction aud loy the existing order of society in ruius, together with all the gains of thousands of years of progress. Nihilism, social revolution, anarchism and fenianism are but the changing phenomena of one disease of our tinae namely, the blind resistance oi nuge masses to civilization. Without its enormous armies, Europe would fall a helpless prey to this revolu. tionary impulse. Dynamite would be the dictator Of the world. The bombs are .silent, only so long as they fear the repeating rifle. It is the merest illusion, the writer says, to fan cy that Europe is enjoying a state of peace. Certainly; International peace has not been disturbed for fifteen years past, and, notwithstanding the Franoo Russian fraternization, it will hardly run much risk in the future. But in those fifteen Tears of international peuoe, moat European state bare bad lo conduct n war utfultial subversive teudem-ie within their own dominion, In which no declalve cugHKciiient htm yet taken pluw. The struteglu move ment of tho revolution, bowover, would have forced the various government to lucreaau their defeiiaive resource, ovou If tliom armament bad not boon re quired by consideration of foreign policy. This I nn liitorctlng aud a plausible nnoiuicnt. It doesn't anauine that tua people can govern thcmtclvos yet, nil 1 It muy lie right so fur n Etin mj I con oerncd. But the people of thl country are different. fAHHI OX KOTKH. Rummer' ropiila" tihaile. Butter color and red are both great favorites Just now. The former ha a lot of tine noinea, but It always the some shnde, and a Rood strong- yellow butter Is meant, too. With the relief of whlto and luce the effect la charm ing for rosy brunettes. For delicate blondes with a glint In their hair and with blue eyes, It Is all right, but when the an How brunette puts It on, or the blonde with pale gray or brown eyes trips It, then It Is most disastrous. Lavender or lilac In shades ao much alike that they are almost the same arc combined with delicate yel low, and blue points are added by blue buckles, bows, a blue parasol, a bunch of forget-me-nots in the hand or blue In the hat. A very delicate and soft ened pink is combined with a sage blue, and cream Is used for linings and facings. The average woman seeing this sort of thing done rushes Into the idea that all colors pan be put together, but only the most careful taste can do It. Gray, pale blue and lilac is anoth er of the combinations of three. White, gray in a clear dull shade and brown of a coffee color are managed with good effect. A brown linen gown Is made up with white pique revers and a vest and collar of ruby velvet. Greens are not so plentiful as In the last few seasons, ibut their occasional use is marked by the exercise' of ex cellent judgment, and the garish greens so often seen but a short time ago are now seldom met with. To day's picture is of a dress made of mode colored braid and nile green watered silk, the latter used for the underskirt, the openwork and solid braid being cut after it is sewed into gores, which are Joined and left Inde pendent of the silk foundation. The draped bodice Is made of watered silk with collarette, belt and basque of the same garnished with several rows of braid. The belt hooks in front and has two long braid ends. FLORETTB. The Empty Dinner Pall. As I sit here Idly dreaming Of the happy time that's gone, Not a dollar in my pocket. And tho winter coming on; The thing- that breaks me up the most, And makes me fool so small. Is the sight of that old dinner pall Hanging on the wall, I've carried that old dinner pail For fifteen years or more. And It nover saw me out of work Or destitute beforo, For with shops and factories running And the best of wages paid, A prosperous lot of fellows were Tho dinner pall brigade. But you Bee wo wasn't satisfied ThoiiKh It seemed most mighty strnnga And we said wo thought tbe country Would he better for a change; And we railed about tho tariff) And we blowed about free trade And we voted demoorntlo. Did the di nncr pall brigade: Well, a cbnngo was what we wanted? And we got It, too, you bet. For tbe shops and faotorieB all shut down And left us in the wet; The banks suspended payment And I lost my little all, And tbe dinner pall Is empty now That's hanging on tbe wall. I'm dependent now on charity For the roof above my head. And I've seen my wife and little ono Go hungry to their bed; -But I've plenty time for thinking, . . And I see It isn't strange, For I voted democratio Just to have a little change. Yes, we voted democratic. And you see tho change has made A lot of hungry beggars . Of tho dinner pall brigade)' The working; men are Idle, But the wormwood and tbe gall Is to see tho empty dinner pail . Hanging on toe wait The Coming Nation. "Tommy, is it a new brother you have?" Tommy (perplexed) Ye-es-er; but one of him are a girl. Lifei Her last letter Thus we part, wretch, and this is the lost letter from your unhappy Anna. P, S. More to-morrow. Fliegende Blatter, ., Pipkin What are you going to do with your son when he gets out of col lege? Potts I think some of sending him to school. Puck. , McCorkle Isn't Briggs naturally a lazy fellow? MoCrackle Not exactly lazy, buthe seems tojlhink it unhealthy to work between meals. Tld-Bit. ; : "Little boy, doesn't it jiain you to see an elderly woman hanging on to a strap?" Boy (keeping bis seot Noun; less it's my ma. Boston Journal. , ; "What I most desire," said the artist, "Is repose." "Yes. But there's suoh a thing as too muobof It. Take for in stance, a car when Jhe cable breaks." Washington star. ,' : .... . .. ...,. . ; .. On the Verge. Her Mother pid young Mr. Faynthaart propoiw but night, Dorm una, blie-No; but be act ed awfully Miorad throughout tho even ing, Chicago Iteoord. A "Poke" Uonnot. "What a lowly whit chip hat that was your wife bad on to-day, rjagleyl" "Ye, aud It took the price of Uve blue chip to pay for It. "-Browning, King ft IV Monthly. Sweet Girl Do you enjoy taking ma to obiirobr Lover Xot to much a rid ing with you In a street car, "Uood m Whvj "Tlu wxtou never yell 'Sit cloerr, pleao.' " New York Weekly. Mr. E. Cniomle-Dld you write to that man who advertises to show peo ple how to make dewcrt without milk, and have them richer? Mr, K. Conotule Yes, and sent bltn the dollar. "What did be replyt" 'l.'ni oreain." New York Weekly. Willi When my wife make nie a proHJiit It l ure to lie something thut will last. Wallace- My wife Is Jut like her. Fire years ago she made me a present of ono butidr.4 clgur, and I have ninety-nine of them yet. Life. In Boro Htrult Dickey (trreiitly pui- xled by the twins, to ono of them) Are you yourself or your sister!1 One of the Twins I'm my sister. Dickey Mi-acinus! Well, where can I find you? i ve got this dunce with you. Train. "Are you going to employ tho rain maker In thl neighborhood!1" nkod the visitor from the enst. "Xo." uld the western Kansas farmer. "Every body round hero I ton blamed stingy to iilMi-tb anything. I gues we'll have to call a meet Iu' aud pray for rain." Chicago Tribune. 'How's biislno?" asked Jlmson of the furniture man. "Bad. Our adver tising agent has made a fool of him self." mid the dealer. "How was that?" "Ob, he bragged too much. In dwell ing ou the furniture of our make be said that It was always In the vnn, and the people who have hud experience in moving didn't want that kind of furni ture." Harper's Bazar. The Authenticity of the Holy Sepulchre. The church of the Holy Sepulchre comprises within Us walls the site of .Calvary aa well as the tomb of our Sav iour, as they re only about aixty feut distant from each other. The identity of these holy spots has of late been as sailed from various quarters, but the very fact that every opponent of the traditional site has fixed his imaginary sanctuary on a different spot Is enough to prove the emptiness of their asser tions. Oriental and occidental tradl tlon has always pointed to the one spot venerated by them all, It ia not my purpose, however, to enter upon a dis cussion regarding the authenticity of the holy shrines, which is proven by an uninterrupted chain of witnesses which has never lost a link from tbe death of Christ to Hadrian, from Ha drian to St. Helena, from St. Helena to the Crusaders, and from their day until the present time-. Believers in the Skull Hill and other new Calvarys and Holy Sepulchres are modest enough to sup pose that the Christians and scientists of 1,800 years were all blind and mis guided until these new theorists ap peared. But excepting a few curiosity- seekers, nobody visits these sites of Cal vary and the Holy Sepulchre, and to morrow we may hear of some other ones made to, order to suit-the latest Ideas bf some seeker of novelty and fame. The Church of the Holy Sepul chre is situated at present within the walls of the city, In the northwestern part of Jerusalem. This fact is the chief stumbling block of the opponents of the traditional sanctuary, as Scrip ture telle us that the Saviour was cruci fied without the gate. The place of the crucifixion, however, was added to Jerusalem about the year A. D. 41 by Herod, and was surrounded by a wall. Recent excavations made by the Rus sians have brought to light founda tions of the second wall, thus establish ing the fact that the actual Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre lay without the walls, although near- to them. Rev. Godfrey Schilling, North American Re view. acation time now. Remember that you cannot buy Potted Meats, Olives, Biscuits, Wines r Mineral Waters 7 n the Mountains -or at the Seaside, V except at a very large advance over home prices. We pack and ship orders without extra charge. Catalogue for the asking. Edw. E. Hall & S on. 770 Chapel Street. Established 1843. ELY'S Cream Balm . 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Ifone takes a look about today he will find this biff Amen- canfam-' ily hav ing: its own way pretty generally. In fact it can be said with considerable truth that the American people are cleaning house. A lot of old furniture is be ing lugged out, the holes and corners are being poked at.and vermin of all kinds is hustling to get away from the wrath to come. And there isn't much white washing going on. We are the people ! Hang up your flags ! Send off your- squibs and let yotir pyrotechnics fly. If you burn your hngers, re member we have a special sala of Witch Hazel and healing ointment on the fiftlw PM Brown Co. BET3EY O, fllfffUETT. ,1 Order or HIRAM A. BENNETT. r Nome. State ot Connecticut, New Eaven County, ss. I Nnw Haven. Junn rO. A. D. 1804. f TTPON the complaint of the said Beta; O. J Bennetr, praying for reasons therein set forth for a divorce, now pending before the 8u-' perlor court in and for New Haven county, to ba held on the first Tuesday of September, A. 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