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NKW HAVEN MOUSING JOUKNAL AND CUUKIKH THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1894.
Ehc3ottvn;U and Courier t:n y.iii;,(A.v, I UK OI.IrT ItAII.V I'.U'liU ri 1IMIKII IS WSKKl'TM't'T. WMVKUKU BY fiSHUM TUB ClTV. 15 ClNTtiWclK, Wt'wn AMnvrii. 83 Six MONTH, ta A Yf am. 'in SamkTkbm av Mail in .' i.r JOVHK4I,, lMaMlTliurMl). On Hollar Vasr. THKCARiUNliTON Pl'RJ.ISIIINO CO. AilvvrlUtng 1UM. fUliintlons, Waul. Hum nod oiliar anmll Yimli mni!i. ntt tvnl Word iiirli meer llnn. Kivu vuiiu a wurii (ur full vmk laevtiti Piaplav AlverUnionl-Pr Inch, on In sertion, 1,1.31; turb milii)i'til Imurtiou, 40 Mite: niiewvrk, a.aJi imu month, lo; oue W, J40. Oliltuiiry notion., tn pm or vein. If own piir line. Nntli'wof Willis, MarrluKni. "' and Fiiliaml, Ul uvula tw'li. J.oi;sl iiuIIcm, 16 (.'i-ni pur Hue. , , , Vtwi'lr ut'urtlr ar limited l tlinlr own iinmlliit liusln.ua (all iimil'T to In- iiiioIiJi. tlnall.mil I lit-lr t-nntriini do not liiclmlf Want. To lm, t or Kale. i'U: ItiM'Ounta ti two Inchc or mora, one Bioiiili riml over. lOpiTi tni. : mi four Inches ur mori', one month anil over. l! pr oeut. " Notice. W'o cannot ni'i-ppt anoiiyuioui or return ro-li-ctiit f.miiiiinilfiiiloiiH. In all caara the name of the writer will ho rt-qulred, not for publica tion, liiitaa agiiKriiiilwof good faiili. lVb profuai.ua to liuliuvo tlmt till gnverumeut la noon lo lie doctored a mUltrtiy iupoilin. Ho li doing Lis liBst lo make such a chungo uoceary and oven dosiriiblo. The olTicoin of the law in Iluly are nt tpndltiff to the nnurctilst: The latest returns show Hint S.'iO nrr Imprisoned Su Rome, 3,000 in Milan, 350 a Turin, ISO at Genoa, I.'JiO at Bologna and 1)00 tit I'isn, Lucca, Leghorn, Ruvenna nnd wveral other Italian oities. Will thu villains be sent over here? A French statistician says that the number of men and women Lit Franco is more nearly equal than In any other uountry of the world, there being ouly 1,007 women to 1,000 men. In Switzer land there are 1,004 men to 1,000 women, and in Greece only 933. The conditions In Hong Kong, according to this author ity, are "appalling," there being only 306 women to 1,000 men. One of the most curious trees in Ger many stands on the left bank of the River Oder, in Ratibor, Silesia. It is a maple, at least oue hundred years old, which has been twisted and cut into a sort of circular, two-storied house. A flight of ateps leads up to the first level, where the branches have been gradually woven together so that they make a firm leafy floor; above this is a second floor of smaller diameter, formed in the tame way; and the ends of the branches have been woven into solid walls, and cut so that eight windows light each of the apartmeuts. Tho notion's interest and non-interest bearing debt increased in the past twelve months by $55,400,051, of which 650,000,000 was represented by the bond issue of last February. Tlio amount of gold coin and bars iu the treasury vaults at the beginning of this month was $57,250,000 less than a year ago, but there is a decrease of nearly one-half that amount in outstanding gold certifi cates, so that the net loss of gold was 30,Gi:.',3t9. Tiie total amount of silver dollars was increased by 66,000,000, while the total holdings of silver gained nearly $21. 000,000, the silver paper money realized during the year being $5,000,000, thus increasing the govern ment's stock of silver by a little over $26,000,000. An important decision has been ren dered by Judge Hastings of the Circuit court of Brown county, 'Wisconsin, showing that an agent's knowledge does not constitute a waiver ot the condi tions of the standard fire insurance pol icy. Iu this case the iusured had put a chattel mortgage upon the property without the knowledge and consent of the company in writing, and offered to prove that the agent knew of the trans action, and that his act constituted a waiver of tne condition. The judge says that "a measure prescribed by law, the conditions of which could not be waived by the company itself, cer tainly could not be affected by the acts of the agent. The plaintiff was bound to know the law and just what the terms Of bis contract were." In Florida there is prospective wealth in river mud, or muck, as it is called down there. At the last session of the legislature a charter was granted to a company to dredge or mine the sub merged muck in the St. Johns river from the mouth of Lake George to the bead of the river, and iu the tributaries of the St. Johns for a distance of six miles from the confluence. A contract has been made with a dredging concern to raise and prepare this muck for agri cultural uses. The statement is made that when dried and pulverized it is in an available form to supply the vege table mould needed in most soils. The promotors of the enterprise expect to And a ready market for the St. Johns river mud among farmers and truokers, and they hope to get rich by the sale of their new fertilizer. The dredging is to begin September 1 at Lake Jesup, The difficulties attending the produc tion and utilization of artificial silk ap pear likely to be. overcome one by one, and the ingenuity by wbioh these results Ore accomplished is indeed striking, particularly that exhibited In securing the necessary hardness. The collodion iaaues in a thread of extreme delicacy pSx being required to make a strand of the peoessary consistence for weaving tint this thread, owing to ts viscosity and softness, la not At to be rolled on spools, the auliatiiuce bolug illll col lodion and not ailk, Now, to produce 1 ho hurdiiuuYirud, a very uiilquu but implo method la ruaortud, to that ii, the littlH Klaa luba which forma a part of the inuclmiilMii la urrouudud by a mull I'ftervolr of the asm material coiintunlly lillud with water, and when I he thread Issue from the aperture meiillonml It trsverae thia water, which Ukna up the ether sud alcohol, anil (lie collodion become solidified, or Iu other word la transformed Into an elaatlo thread, fl resisting and brilliant a or dinary ailk. Again, on aooount of the material employed in the manufacture of such silk, wood, ether, and alcohol, the stuff produced baa been supposed to be duugcrously Inflammable, Such a contingency la uow obviated, It seams, by simply plunging the apun thread In aolutiuu of ammonia, thui rendering it as alow of combustion a any other inuterial. II A 1. h VVIX A II ox a. Speuking of hallucination, the Board of Health has discovered that it was af flicted with one whan It bad tbo notion that It could line Contractor Swayne without giving him a show for his money. And unless wo arc greatly mis taken it will llud that It has been af Dieted with ' another hallucination iu thinking that it could revoke the remurkable contract that was made between blmaud the Board. It Is pain ful to see thut the Board, whloh was so prompt and uuute iu seeing Swayne's halluolnatious, has been so blind to its own. But It Is, we suppose, well es tablished that people who have halluci nations are apt to think that they are the sound ones In a world of halluclna tors. PATMOTIC FJSMLISU. A resolution adopted by the United States senate yesterday expresses the feeliug of a great majority of the people of this country. It Is: Resolved, That the senate endorses the prompt and vigorous measures adopted by the pres ident of the United States and the mem bers of his administration to repulse and repress by military force the inter ference of lawless men with the due process of the laws of the United States and with the transportation of the mails of the United States and with the commerce among the States. The ac tion of the president and his adminis tration has the full sympathy and sup port of the law-abiding masses ot the people of the United States, and he will be supported by all departments of the government and by the power and re sources of the entire nation. When Debs began to proclaim he an nounced that only 10 per cent, of the people were against him, and he talked as if he thought they were wavering. He knows better now. Ills rebellion has stirred the patriotism of the people. They are ready to fight, if necessary, for the preservation of their govern ment and the abolition of his preten sions. They feel that President Cleve land has acted vigorously and wisely, and they are prepared to support him. Patriotism has swept politics out of sight for a while. RECIPROCITY. The Democrats sneer at reciprocity, but the British Consul General at Ha vana doesn't think that he or his coun try can afford to. He tells his govern ment that British trade with Cuba has almost become a thing of the past; and under the recent reciprocity treaty the United States of America practically supplies all the wants of the island and receives all its produce. Machinery which was formerly largely supplied by England, Germany, France and Bel gium, now nearly all comes from the United States; and the machinery re quired for the vast amount of sugar manufactured in Cuba is immense and of great value. The reciprocity treaty between Spain and the United States would appear to be mainly beneficial to the latter nation. Articles SUOh as ma chinery, iron, steel, coal, eto, which for merly came principally from Europe and continue to pay duty when import ed from those countries, are admitted free of duty when coming from Amer ica, so that the former trade is fast disappearing, although some articles of English manufacture and of superior quality are still 11 Me to compete, not withstanding Ho- duty. The free ad mission of Cuinin augur into the large markets of tlio United Slates la. ot course, the great inducement for Spain to enter into an arrangement by which she sacrificed a considerable portion of her customs revenue. The effect of the reoent reciprocity treaty between the United States aud Spain in regard to her West Indian oolonies ha been tn throw nearly the entire Cuban trade into the hands of the United States traders, with whom importers of goods from less favored nations cannot com pete, having to pay, by the terms of such a treaty, higher import duties, This is competent testimony. The British Consul General at Havana is not a Democrat, but he knows some thing about what , is good for his country. A ZACS OF STMPATMI. It is evident that the Debs rebellion is on its last legs. It is falling for want of sympathy. Thp president of the United States does not sympathize with it. The law is . not in sympathy with it. Those who have been boy cotted are not in sympathy with it, The millions of disinterested people who have been relentleesly troubled by it do not sympathize wrta it. And e?an many of the labor union are withhold ing tlialr sympathy. They don't " why they should strike for the benefit of Debt aud hi American Railway Union whan they can clearly tee that ha nd it are playing a losing game. They think It ftine to ruuialti at work when nothing Is to be gained by throwing away their bread aud butter. The downfull of Debs will bo com plete, It ought to be. He has bueu the leader Iu the moat foolish of all the foolish syinpaihelio strike that have taken place in tbl country. It Is evi dent, too, that he ha been aiming through hit rebellion to make hlmnelf and hi union the' anjfirfcm '"luborf power la this country. This foot per haps explulns why be buan't rooelved auy aid or sympathy from tonie of the (trougest aud bcit union, , whose members and leaders have Intel ligence enough lo know that they would have nothing to gain and much to lose by becoming a inure knot in the tail of Debs' kite. They have carefully kept out of the conspiracy, and labor leuder like Arthur and Wil kinson linvo not hesitated te publicly declare that Dob' scheme would In evitably be a failure. Iu so doing they have shown their isgaoity and their fit ness for the places they hold. If Debs had succeeded In roping them In they would huva had to (hare in the humilia tion and disgrace which are overtaking him. They would alio have bud to share In the legal penalties which are pretty sure to be Imposed upon those who have planned and carried out the conspiracy. Every dog must have bis day. Debs has bad his, uud though short It has been lively. When he becomes quiet again he will have a great deal to think of. And as be thinks he will probably wonder how he was able to scare the United States for a whole week. And when he is properly explained the Uni ted States will huve the same wonder. The Country Ince. Anson Evans In Louisville Courier-Journal. Just listen to the dear old fiddle in the corner tlierel IU KHinle, (fraooful, glorious tones, a gliding on the air; Its wooing, cooing, aoul-renewlna; strains Just melt my bwvrt. And of some airy, fairy realm I feel myself a pan For it's "Salute your partners? Corners address! Eight hands Join and olrclo to the left." It seems to me that this old earth Is growing very young! And thut her harp of happiness with heavenly strings Is strung; Or else she has bean banqueting on some Uf e- giving wine, Or maybe it's the fiddle that makes me feel so nnei ' Listen, "Swing your partners! All prome nade! first couple forward and baok!" Did you ever aee so heat a room, or such a lovely nlghtl Or ever see such pretty girls with eyas so shy and orignti . , Oh, did you sec the pretty ankles of the girl In blue I declare 1 11 wait no longer for I'ni bound to aunco wun yuui For it s "Forwurd and cross overl Two ladles change!" . Just keep the bow a-glldlng gently 'cross the uauit: s nreusi.! And let. my soul oommingle with the strains that I love best! While the air Intoxicated with the glorious sight Falls soothingly around me in a vision of de- And "Balance all! Swing and promenade Your ladles to the seats!" FASHION Wi'S, Capotes All Lace and Bloom. While the style fn hats for summer run much to big size and picturesque shapes, the Englislj walking hat being the only generally accepted exception, still the cspotea are as wee trifles as ever. A much favored type of this sort of headgear is a triangular laoe foun dation almost hidden by flowers. A beautiful model of this kind is carried out with buttercups for a covering flower, and with black lace lifting from among the blossoms without giv ing height to the plan, width being at present the only wear. Violets with black laoe and a trace of the green stems Is suitable for an elderly beau ty, and a simply adorable affair ap- paars to b nothing- In the world but three rich snrnva nf nab lllan hlnrtm knotted loosely together by loops of pale blue soft satin ribbon, though in vestigation shows a foundation of pale blue eauee and n. twlninn- nf Virnwn stems. A spray of crunipjed roses is used in the same way, bejng ,tied with yellow gauze, the. leaves ' weaving among the blossoms, and the whole ol- lowinir Irreeulnrlv nnd wiiii Aniolt c effect the general clover leaf outline pf the foundation. Some of the olose capotes are really startling in effect, for they lie, o smoothly to the head that as Mljadi approaches all you, see is a pair "of ex tending Ioods or BDr&va nf ln niMnh spread flat and wde from the sided of her head, while a. ulne-U mm pon of brilliant bloom rests on her prow, uioser Inspection brings to light me sKuii cap iounaatton of laoe, 'jet 01 twined stems. Of the tiny toques s pretty model In Jet; is shown, ' It is gar nished with a large black- satin an tiaue bow In front, wklvk la i place by jet ornaments. ; In the baok mere is a cmstar or small flowers which dreon over . thai onm anA m J tfee hair, Wf;!ttt jmH-J$t bow. Very many'of these are so small and dsllrate of construction as to acm only a feature of the hsaddress. In fact they are not much more, hut It re quires full as much skill to construct them as It doe to trim a full sited bon net, and the amateurs need fight shy of these wst affairs. FLOHKTT& M.V1N4J. Weill down with his colors flying the painter whon bis staging broke. Lowell Courier. "Old she say she could never love another?" "Well, she remarked that I wa the laat utsu the could lovs." De troit Tribune. Anxious Inquirer (to crusty old gentle iuuii)-When do you suppose this rain Is going ro stop? C. O. O. When It gets to t)ie ground, of ooume.ttouiU Boston lifew. While the roit of us hovo occasional b'eak of bad luck, It is tho horauoiun who uegleuU hi linruet who really know what bard line are. Kuffulo Courier. "Parker It a slave to reason." "How doc he ihow It?" "Why, be tat up lust night trying to find a good reason for taking off oue shoe before be removed the other." Tld-BIt. Mrs. Hale (Just married) Maria, we will have eels as a second conrae for dinner. Maria Uow much ought I to gut, niu'atu? Mrs. Hole I think twelve yurda will be sufficient. Vogue, "I've got a oold or something In my sd," was what the simple little chap pie sold. The summer girl, with rugiiishne demure, replied: "Oh, It must be a oold, I'm sure." Boston Journal. Little Bertie sat watoblug his mother helling peas. 8ho Inadvertently passed one without removing the peas. Bertie immediately picked it out with the re murk: "Here one you forgot to un button, mamma.'.' The King's Jester. Mrs. Regan I henrd yer brother, tho sparry oop, was up there doin' stunts fur one of the gorillera as hud the grip. Mrs. O'Toole .1 hain't a uainin1 uo names, but I've seeu gorillers up to the park as was better looktn' than some people I knows on. Life. Husband Our bills for household ex penses are as large as ever. I told you to reduce them. Wife I did. I took from (10 to $20 off of each one, but tho tradesman acted so about It I thought you'd better go around and reduoethem yourself. New York Weekly. Isaaos Vot makes Goldberg look so sad? Coheu Didn't you bear be von der capital prize in dor lottery? Isaacs Veil, vosn't it big enough? Cohen It vos big enough; but Goldberg had ten dickets, uud be s kiokin' himself f er de money be trowed away on nine. Fuok. Mrs. Suuers I am dead-set against giving the women, the constitutional right to vote. Mr. Sauors I wquld never have riven you oredlt for so niuob sense, my dear: - ra:3auers Well, a woman would use about the same judg ment in voting for a man that she uses in selecting one for a husband; and just see what a failure she generally makes of that! Puok, Commissioner -of Pensions What is your full name? Applicant Just the same as whin Oime sober. C. of P. Were you wounded while in the army? Applicant No,' but Oi was half shot, whin Oi enlisted.' C. of P. Did you serve out the full timd you enlisted for? Applicant Yes,' I served a full time, and would have served a. fuller, it Oi hadn't been discharged because I was loaded. The King's Jester. NAVOLEOS'S SCHOOL GIRL. His Vlowi at te tlwvJKjnpor Training of Young I.adici Another Old Manuscript Brought to Light Aatvlce From . the Man of Marengo to the Conducting of the Eoovan School. From the Figaro. "The establishment of Ecouen must be beautiful in all that is monumental and simple in everything that belongs to education. Take good care not to follow the example of the old house of Salnt-Cyr, where considerable sums of money were spent and where youqg la dies were badly trained. 'The employment aird the distribu tion of the employment of time should form the principal objects of your at tention. What will be taught to the young ladles who will be educated at Ecouen? You must first begin with re ligion n all its severity. Admit of no modification on thie point. Religion is an important affair in a public institu tion for young girls. Whatever may be said to the contrary, it remains the sur est guarantee for mothers and for hus bands. Teach the girls to believe and not to reason, The weakness of the brains of wo men , the mobility of their ideas, their destiny in the social order, the necessi ty of a constant and perpetual resig nation, and a sort of indulgent and ea sily moved charity can only be resohed through a religion charitable and gentle. I have attached on,ly a rather small Importance to the reli gious institutions of Fontalnehleau and I have only prescribed what waa abso lutely necessary for the pupils. But it is just the reverse in the case of the. in stitution at Ecouen. Almost an tne in struction to be taught there should be that of the Blhle. It is my desire that there should come out of this estab lishment not very accomplished w men, but vry virtuous women. I wan,t their attractions to be. In their con duct and in their goodness, and not in brilliancy or amusement, Consequent ly there must be at Ecouen a director, a man of Intelligence, of ripe years and good morals. Each day the pupila should say their regular prayers, should hear mas,, and receive lessons in their catechism. This should be the mast important portion of their education, In addition they should he taught to cipher and to write. And they should learn the .principles, of their language. so that they can know something Of or thography. They should be taught a little geography and history, but .no Greek or Latin or any foreign Ian guage, A little botany might be taught to tlje older pupiu with n MR www tri natural philosophy. In physics tfiey should he confined to just what is strictly necessary to urevent gross lg nnrance or stupid superstition, and they should be kept to facts, without arguments, which point directly Qf n- i cuy 10 nrsr causes. - "Whether thostvwtto shall havp'jar. rived at a oertoin.pojnt Of advance? mem anemia receive a stoos: tor jneir slothing is a question tor future caft- siaeratiem .They should he maaeo ac' custom themselves to economy and to calculate the value of thins. Hut, In general, they should all Iw occupied during three-quarters of the day with needlework. They should know how tu mukt stockings, underclothing and work embroidery. In a word, they should learn all thu work that belong lo a woman. "One should look upon these young girls as If they belonged to families which In cur provinces nave irom 1, to 1, too llvivs Income, and as If they co.uld only give to their future hus bands a dowry of about I.koq or t.ouu francs and treat them accordingly. In this light It will be seen that the house hold labor cannot be Indifferent. 'I don't know that It would be possi ble to tsach them a little medicine and pharmacy at least as much medicine as constitutes the knowledge of a nuro. It would ceilslnly be well fur them to learn a little of that portion of cookery which I called I'omce. A young woman, In coming out or Ecouen to take her place at the head of a little household, should know how to make her dresses, mend the clothes of her husband, make the baby linen of her children, procure dulntles for her little family by means of the pantry portion cf her household duties, care for her husband and children whenever they arc sick, and know how to do It like a trained nurse. All that Is so simple and so trivial that It does not reuulre much reflection. "As for clothing, '.hat ought to be un iform. It will be necessary to seloct common mnterial and give them sym metrical forms. Upon this point I Im agine that the present dress of women leaves nothing to be ft tiled. Of course the arms should be covered, and modi fications looking toward health and modosty should be adopted. "As for dlot. It cannot be too simple; roup, boiled beef, a little entree, and nothing more. "I shall not, s at Fontalnebleau, pre scribe cookery for the pupils: I would have too many people against me; but they might be taught to prepare their dessert and whatever may be given to them for their repasts, or on their days of rcoreation. I will dispense with cookery, but not with the making of their own bread. The advantage of all this Is that they will be trained In everything that they will be called upon In after years to do, and be able to employ their time usefully and well. "Their apartments should be fur nished with the work of their own hands. They should make their own underclothing, their stockings, their dresses and their coiffures. All that Is a great affair in my opinion. I want to make these young girls useful wo mon, because I am certain that in this way I shall make them charming. They will know how to dress them selves when they make their own clothes, and consequently they will dress themselves with tatite. 'Dancing is necessary for the health of the pupils, but the dance should be lively and not a danse d'opera. I grant muslo also, but vocal music only. If the objection is made that the es tablishment will not be much in vogue, my : answer is that that Is precisely what I want, because, tn my opinion, of alt educations the best is that of mothers, and my principal intention is to come to the rescue of those young girls who have IpBt their mothers or whose parents are poor. And if the rich members of the Legion of Honor refuse ' to send their daughters to this establishment, while the poor want theirs to be sent to it, and the young girls,' after returning to their provin ces, gain the reputation of good wo men, I shall have completely attained the aim I have now In view, and I am certain that the establishment will gain- the highest and the most solid reputation. 'I haveno intention to train up in this institution fashionable dressmak ers, chambermaids, cnarwomen, or women destined for the modest homes of the poor. The mother in a poor home is the charwoman. "Men, with the single exception of the director, should be excluded from the establishment. No man should cross Its threshold under any pretext whatsoever. Even the work in the gardens should be performed by wo men: My Intention is that in this mat ter the establishment of Ecouen shall be plaeed under a rule as rigorous as that of the convents of nuns. Even the- directress must not see any men, except inthe parlor, and in cases of se rious. sicKn ess, when It may be necessa ry to admit parents, they can only en ter with the permission of the urand Chancellor of the Legion of Honor. !T Have not time to write any more about this establishment. In my mind It is more original than that of Com plegna, which, I believe, resembled nothing of its kind that ever before existed. T need hardly say that in this house the' help women should all be old maids or widows without children; that their obedience to the directress should be absolute, that they must not receive trsy. sound, guaranteed im ported French Cham pagne' Wine at $21,00 case of one dozen quarts, sounds like a fable ; nevertheless, there's no fable a,bout it. The Wine is exaetly as described and has been favorably known in the English market for the past 50 years. Send for descripHv Circular tilling all' about it. 1$w; EHrif son. 37O foftpel St. i male visitors or go out of tho estab lishment. "It Is also needless to remark that nothing could be more harmful than to make young girls give theatrical en tertainments or to excite their emula tion by class distinctions. That is all good enough for men who may be called upon to speak In public, and who, being obliged to learn many things, have need of stimulants In the form of emulation. But no emulation Is need ed for young girls. Their passions must not be aroused, or their vanity, the most active of the passions of the sex, brought Into play. Light punish ments snd the praise ot the directors seem to ms sufficient for all penalties snd rewards. But olassloatlon by means of ribbons does not, in my opin ion, liroduce a good effect, If it has any other object than that of distinguishing the ages of the pupils, or If It establish es any kind of superiority. NAPOLEON." One trial ensures repeat ed use. That is the testimony of every one who has tried Salva-cea (tragi uaml) the new Curative Lubri cant, the most effective ex ternal remedy ever offered. Irritation of the skin, caused I by eczema, erysipelas, or other skin disease, or by burns, stings, bruises or cuts, is allayed at once. Catarrh, neuralgia and innumerable other, pains and aches, are not only relieved but cured by this invaluable remedy. IS A M cut. per box. Druggists or by mall. Boutdbsts Co., 874 Canal St., New York. PERFECTION TOASTED OATS make a delicious break fast dish. Selected superior Oats toasted as carefully as you toast bread. Trv them for their : 4 charming flavor and the ' health in them. STREET'S PERFECTION From Natures Labratory. FOODw SUMMER TIME TABLE. Commencing June 25th we shall he open for husi licss from 8 a.m. to 6 p. m. every day but Saturday. fli SaWayst b SM Gte at 12 teuton No evening hours. Any person desiring to rurnish up a room or a house in the near future will do well to call and look over our stock and get our terms now. It will pay you to place your orders for future de livery at our summer prices. THI C H Af.l B E RL Al H Furniture and Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets. KOI FOB THE BICES ! Put pro4e jomseif wltli a FiBia Glass or spy Glass, London Smoke Spectacles, LORGNETTE. Das'i forgsj Poskst Haas, Bottl of Cologne or Toll Watsr, snd pcsfsfif .. ZecLoary Powder P Tsadw, T!r4 fsst tVEBYTHING IN THfi LINE 6 Optical Goods and Toilet Sundries IS TO BE FOUND AT B. t WASHBlffiH 4 CO, -Weir Ea-H. P. M. BROWN A CO GRAND CENTRAL SHOP PING EMPORIUM, r. V, MOWN, 0, 0, QiMBLE, F.M. BROWN aYaU very latest patterns and a wide choice of them, selling here for 47c yd. is there any reason why you should not wear Silk? "QI all sad wordi of toague or pen" When all these Slim are bo ght, "The eaddeat are tlie,ltioUh havabesn It I'd bought some when I oughh Passing of h Parasol ! Our entire Summer stock parceled out into three lots, each lot made up of Silk beauties, some lace trimmed, others plain, with very attractive handles, values ranging from 3.75 to reduced 'VS1.98, S2.49, Suppose you o j g see them! 0O I J Wet Store, Mala Inventory Reductions in Real Art. v Pictures-- A walk through our Art Room will impress you with the artistic merit of the subjects and the present prices are tempt - ing. A few of these S5 gems In oilfor $(,49 Basement, WestStor Laces 5,000 yds. of fine Trim ming Laces, white, cream and ecru, from 5 Jn,-to 9 in. wide, usual o fir r ' 50c value, for v yd Full assortment of narrow Val. Laces and Beading, so much sought after at present because .of Its scarcity, in desirable pat terns at modest prices, s Trimmed Millinery, all that remains, at youf own price. ; ; Correct Shapes in the only kind "that Taste will wear -at prices no higher than coarse, poor ly made kinds elsewhere Weet Store, Second Floor Ladies' fast black Hose, full regular made spliced heel and toe, made In, Gert many- ISC pair Bargain Table, WeMS tor Iron Self-Righ ing Cuspadoreft "CS Fine Brittle Duet Drunn, ' - - 19c JapanuedTeaTrxi - . '- 10c Broom. ... 10 Ulnsa Oil Can. 3S Lame teel Kettles for nresaFvlnff. 7M Klckle Gas Store with tubing, 11,0 8 burner, 4 h ue top, huntlSQffiely ntnlrl(1 fill MnvM. Smaller kinds' la proportion - fi-uarantee them. - .-,. Oil Stove Broilers, doubjd'.,. .. Gaa " Toaster,- ' M fcad lm geataf, 6j0 FM Brown ICo. -r BET'STY 8. BKNRBTT. -or- ' BENNETT. - ' State ot Connecticut, New' Haven County onnecucui, new uaven county, ss, I New Haven. June M A. D. 1WL" t TTPON the complaint of the atd Bom- Q. J Bennett, praying far taaaeaa therein set forth for djvon new pending hefdMi tfctf Su perior court In and for New Barep cougtt, t b MdmtbS Arat Tuesday of teakft4 Ap. It appearing to, and being found W, the sutt scribing authority that IHe ali"(le(adajit is absent from this State gone to part unknown ; Ihefafoiordeiwi-Jrfiat tolfilof lh As? "W" fn-KiKa, u. dot pfrm w for tkrea weeks auecesaivelf , oommeni (Mists ,tj nth oayofJaoii oii if Clerk of the Oouaty, wourt tor ew n if) With $1.00 Silks, -'V