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JSEW ITAVEN MOHNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 18J5.
X&eSiotmKtl antlCJattrtcr NEW II A VEX, COXA'. XJU1S OLDJiST UAILV i'AFBB tU I.IKHKO IN CONNISCTICUT. llJtiJVEBKD BY QABIUEIiS IK TIM ClTY, 16 Cm-re i. Wbkk, fiOuNTs a Month, $1 son Eix Months. a V BAB. Tnu Bamu Tibms by Mail. the w keklv jpvitxAi, jKuel Thurndys, One IJollar a Year. THE OAKIUNGTON PUBLISHING CO. Office 400 State Stueet. AUvei-tiHintf ltar PitnntionB, Wants, Ronts and other mrtll k1 TirtiBenionts, One Cent a Word eaoh inser tion. I'lve ceuu a word tor full week (seven times), Dinplav Advertisements Per inoh, an Jn scrtion,81.20: eaoh subsequent insertion. n cents; one week, $3.20; one month, $10,- one ymr.?0. , Obituary notices. In prose or verse. IS oonM er line. Notices of lilrths, Marrlmres, Dnathi und Funerals, 60 cents euoh. Local notices, H tents per line. Yearly advertisers flro limited to their own Immediate business (all matt er to be unohlon. t'onnblcl.and tholr contracts do not inoludo Wants, To Let, For Sale. etc. Discounts On two inches or morn, nn month and over, 10 per cent. : on four inohes or more, one month and over, 15 per oont. Notice. We cannot accept anonymous or return re jected communications. In all oases the name oi the writer will be required, not for publica tion, but as a truarante irood faith. Among" the minor decisions announced !by the Supreme court before It ad journed) this week was one which de clares August 20, 1S66, to he the date at Which the war ended. . The Indestructibility of aluminium 'makes, it excellent material for burial caskets, and a Pittsburg concern Is pre pared to turn out about 15,000 a year. (These caskets are already in great de wand toy the trade, and their cost is about the same as that of the ordinary pietal ones. Among the Boston clubs that have added women's cafes and dining rooms Ito their buildings are the Puritan, Som erset, Algonquin, University, and Ex r.hajiore. Everything considered, these are the most prominent of the hub's clubs, and the innovation of extending 6uch courtesies to the women illustrates In as striking a manner as anything else the progress of the new woman. The literary people of Boston are quite honest. At, a recent .meeting of Ithe trustees of the Boston public library It was reported, .that the exposure of 6,000 books on shelves freely accessible to the public resulted In eleven! months in the loss of only forty-seven, most of nvhich the librarian will b'e found mis placed or at the bindery,,' The complexities of the English con. jugation are well illustrated in the story recently told of three French boys who were doing Shakespeare into Eng- -Oiah from their French versions. When theyi came to 'the line from "Hamlet, "To be or not to be," the three trans lations came out as follows: "To was or not to am," "To wera or, Is to not, To should or not to will.".' . Poona Hindoos have been offended by an order of the governor forbidding imusio after 11 o'clock at night. One of their deities, Peth Marati, has a statute by the waysidewhere at certain periods they pray for thrtee weeks at ft time, with recitations of national legends and music going on from 9 until 1 or 2 o'clock at night. In petitioning for a re- ' .neal of the ordinance they say: "The deliverers of legends or sermons stand in one place and they never go away ifrom their fixed place.'' The musics used (by them are mradnng (a drum not noisy), a bina or fiddle, a harmonium, and a, cymbal. Properly speaking these hould not be reckoned among musics, at any rate among noisy musics. They are religious musics, and the rules Bhould not apply to them." The speech, which Signer Ci Ispl de livered in the Argentine theater In Rome just before the recent election was full of vim and ideas. Among other things he said that the national tribune had been converted Into a pulpit of defamation and the immunity of par liament into inviolability of the chamber. Attacks upon persons, or rather upon Ithe individual, had taken the place of criticism upon principles. Calumny was not a new arm in politics. It had re placed in democratic countries the dag ger; and poison of the middle ages. Jt was resorted to the more since a stone hurled by some false David and a Shot fired by some fanatical assassin Jiad missed their mark. He then went on to, declare that his opponents thought that such a. warfare would (have been repugnant to a man who, . ihavlng reached the decline of a long and fatiguing career, must long for peace, and they expected him to give way be fore the new system, which consisted in provoking ministerial crises by means of false accusations. But he had learn ed long ago to suffer for performing his duty. He had resisted at every point (because political Nihilism was more than ever apparent, and because the var was directed, not so much against the man as against the regime which lie represented. "Aristocracy," contin ued the premier, "walks hand in hand With socialism, and radicalism with an archy, and the only object of anarchism is the destruction of everything and material and moral disorder." Charles E. Shaffer, who has just been eieet4jpresidenit of the Altruria Co operative ithTSn, of Oakland, California, Ithus describes Tt-hls is the first union Bf the kind in United States. Whether we will -tart a department store, a planing mill, a brickyard or laundry, or all, depends upon the amount of capital we have. While they would be very acceptable, wo do not expect any gifts from any one. Tou see, each member pays $1 a month dues, and fvhen you have COO mem bers this amounts to a very neat sum. Here we have co-operation without col onization, and that is going to make a great difference. I can sea no reason why our scheme should; not b'e emi nently successful.- Oakland council, No. 3, of which I am the president, will be back of the union to nursa it along. We expect to have these unions started In all th'a towns In the State before a great while. We propose to get things in running order here and thou hold Oakland as an example to the State, showing what can bo done by co-operation without colonization. We want to establish manufactories. ranches, laundries, and the like. We want the money to remain among the wealth producers. The preamble to our constitution gives a few points on that Idea. It says: "Corporate greed and vicious legislation have built up colos- 1 fortunes for the few and a pluto. cratic power which practically diBfran. chlses the wealth-producers and threat ens the very life of the Nation. Tha time has come for the wealth-produc. ers to unite in one solid compact for their own protection and the salvation of the Republic. Th'a subscribers unite and organize into an economic phalanx, to be known as the 'Altruria Co-opera tive Union, based upon justice, equity and fraternity." The preamble, it strikes me, Is right to th'a point. XKAMrS. l ramps are unusually audacious In many parts of the country this summer. If they don't see what they want they ask for it, and if they do see what they want they are apt to take it. It is es tlmated that sixty thousand of them are roaming about and that they cost the country about $30,000 a day. Prob ably this estimate is smaller than the facts, but it serves to indicate what is going on. It is not to be .wondered at that the tramp problem is growing1 in size and difficulty. Industrial conditions have been and are rapidly changing, and many who have discovered that they can livet without work have made up their minds that they will. Moreover, the attitude and the enforcement of the law toward tramps is not calculated to lessen the nuisance and the danger. Something sensible and effective will have to be done by and by, and any ex periment that looks promising Is inter esting and important. The people of Massachusetts have suffered so from tramps that they have come to the conclusion to make a real trial for change. A new law ha9 been passed The State hap purchased 2,000 acres of cheap but Improvable land. The soil Is both marshy and rocky, but it can be ditched andi cleaned and made profit able for agriculture. To this farm every tramp legally convicted of vagrancy will be sent for two years. He will be employed in building roads and houses on the farm. In digging drains, in clear ing, ploughing, sowing, reaping, and In all the labor of a farm that has to be created from a wilderness. The work will be healthful, and not more severe than that which la undertaken volun tarily by the thousands of brave men who yearly take up homesteads on the frontier. The tramps will be converted Into laborers, and will be well fed and comfortably clothed. This scheme looks reasonable. It will probably improve both the land and the tramps, and will not harm Labor, If it works well perhaps Connecticut will imitate it. Tramps are now so numer ous and so bold in several places in this State that the people and the authori ties are In a peck of trouble. Wouldn't big tramp farm- be better and safer than a continuance of the daring and persistent preying of tramps on hun dreds of farms? BliOIUJSH MASOX'S ATXITVD1S. Brother Mason has been accused of biting oft more than he can chew, of talking too much with his mouth, of talking through his hat, etc., etc. And that remarkable and accurate judge of human nature, Representative Cowell of Wo-terbury, has cheaply and vulgarly Intimated that 1 he might, if so dis posed, say that Brother Mason had been drinking something stronger than root beer. Representative Cowell plain ly said that he didn't say it, but he might. So he might, and after the ex hibition he has made ot himself ia this matter thore would be no occasion for surprise if he should say H. After the senate and the house had talked too much Thursday with their mouths and had also talked through their hats the general Impression was that they hadn't really bitten off more than they could chew, and that the call for Brother Mason wouldn't be responded to with very cheerful alac rity. Indeed, some of the friends of Brother Mason began to fix up apolo gies for hiin. But it now appears that Brother Mason is- not only willing but anxious to go before the State senate. Yesterday he spoke these winged words: "Yes, I will go there. I am only too anxious to go. I am- afraid if I say even this much, they won't summon me. That is all I have to eay at pres ent." What does this mean? It isn't sneaky or even apologetic. It breathes the spirit of Luther, who was willing to follow, his convictions into the company of as many devils as there were tiles on the houses of the city where it was thought dangerous for him to go. In view of the precaiiousness of the times we expressly disclaim any idea of likening the honorable senators of the State of Connecticut to devils or the proud city of Hartford to worms. But Brother Mason's attitude is impressive. Does he know more than he ha9 isaid, and wasn't he really talking through his hat? If he cannot prove that "members of tha Connecticut leglsla ture are bought like cattle in the shambles" can he prove that even one member of th'a Connecticut legislature has been bought like one cow or one steer In a shambles? If he can he will be more of a surprise than he has been, There will be great interest felt in Brother Mason's appearance before the Senate. "The urging element" and the element that has succumbed to the urging will be especially Interested in it. I'AMIIOX JfUl'KS. Aids to tlie Slyly Beauteous. For all dresses that are to leave the neck bared and they are to be many if the low-necked styles are to prevail outdoors to any such extent as has been prophesied the little ruff of net chiffon or tulle is particularly serviceable. It Is just the thing for a slight protec tion from draughti and can be made highfy ornamental. It is a pretty trick to wear with the ruff a jewelled buckle pin by which one end can be Becured and then the other end may fall loose. Wise women know that even a faultless neck is the lovelier for such an unstud ied bit of half covering, while the girl with a neck not quite perfect enough to stand the glare of entire exposure Is made all the prettier by such relief, which softens a Uttle the lines of the throat on one side. There are women wise enough to understand that when the head is turned to one side and back, the neck being bare, the stretched side of the throat should always be masked a little by an uplifted fan, a bit of a scarf or the ruff. Women with repu tation for beauty often owe it to care fulness In little matters of this kind, Of course, every one knows that a fan lsmeantformorethanfannlng.but some some of the fan's coquettish' tricks are replaced- by like ones effected with the tcps of long gloves. What Is prettier than the round elbow, just a little pink at the dimple, slipping from the droop. Ing glove. Whenever does the soft hol low of the Inside of the arm look so beautiful as when it curves above the rim of the glove. With what an air miladi flings out her pretty hand to arm's length and lets it. poise on the wrist like a wind tipped flower, while with the other hand she smoothes up those wrinkles that will coma and are so ugly. Ah, there are mora reasons than one for having those sleeves cut to the elbow! Capable of calling Into play both the tricks of ruff and- !oves Is the gown worn by the model who posed for to day's sketch. Of nlle green silk, It Is draped with lace-striped green chiffon for the skirt, and with pteln chiffon on the blouse, and' the latter having fitted lining and a square yoke bordered with draped folds of dark green velours In addition to a lace bertha. The sleeves ere made of the lace striped chiffon and terminate at the elbow. FLORETTE. f rnxi vlektixq siiotr. ' Some of Its Facts and Fancies. (Written for tho JohhnaTj aid CountnrU THE CHAMPION NEAT WOMAN. It sometimes happens that the house- keeper wno has1 "so much to do that she can never find time for recreation and barely enough tor needed rest, is one In whom the instinct of cleanliness is i abnormally developed. He life is a con tinual struggle against the omnipresent adversary, dirt, and when this warfare is accomplished it is not the dirt that is vanquished, but the woman. "She rolled down her sleeves, her apron she folded, Then laid down ana died and was buried in dirt," are words witn wnicn tne 'mournful baolutelv Pura. cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food report. Royal Baking Powder Co., 10G Wall street, New York. : story of the battle may usually bo con eluded. There Is a woman In eastern Maine so desperately eager in the contest with the unconquerable that her defeat may be hourly expected. According to the Lewiston Journal she could not go to a picnic when Invited "because she could not spare the time. "I have so much work at home," she said, "I can't go anywhere." Yet she soon afterwards sent a quantity of old rags to a Junk dealer, for which she realized less than a cent a pound, and every rag of them had been newly washed, Ironed smooth, and neatly folded. The junkman's sense of humor was so gratified by the looks of his purchase that he put the rags on exhibition as the work of a woman who was "short of time." Prob ably she will now lay claim to the title of champion neat woman of Amer ica. , Is there anyone who will dispute her right to it? SCRIPTURE CAKE. This is a comestible . appropriately sold at church fairs and festivals, and especially toothsome when made by "women whose heart stirred them up In wisdom" to stir it up, and who brought as "a willing offering." Exo dus 30, 26, 29. Moreover, the recipe, neatly printed, also finds purchasers, and brings many a mite into the treas ury. Eccles. 10, last clause of verse 19. But here is the recipe: 1 cup butter Judges, G, 25. 2 cups sugar Jeremiah 6, 20. 3hi cups flour (prepared) I Kings 22. 2 cups raisins I Samuel 30, 12. 2 cups figs I Samuel 30, 12. 1 cup almonds Genesis 43, 11. 1 cup water Genesis 24, 20. 6 eggs Isaiah 10, 14. A little salt Leviticus 2, 13. A large spoonful of honey Exodus 16, 31. Sweet spices to taste I Kings 10, 2, Follow Solomon's advice for making good boys (first clause of Proverbs 33, 14) and you will have a good cake. IMMEDIATE RELIEF NEEDED. When Mrs. Troliope, more than sixty years ago, published her book entitled Domestic Manners of the Amerlcans: It was received ot this side of the At lantic with a storm of indignant pro test. The author was everywhere reviled (Continued on Fifth Page.) TV It SKI), Miss Cross What would you do If you were 'In my shoes? Miss Sharpe Turn my toes out. Yonkers Statesman. Tlmmlns Say, I'm stuck. I want a rhyme for "umpire." Simmons What is the matter with liar? Indiana-polls Journal. 'Now, Charles, let us make a list of your debts." "Onle moment, dear uncle, till I have filled up your inkstand." I Fllegende Blatter. Louise I wassurprised to hear Cnol- Iy say he was 25. Laura Why, he looks it! Louise Yes; but I didn't think he knew It. Puck. "Are you for silver of gold?" asked the statesman, "That depends," replied the politician. "Which have you got?" Chicago Eevening Post. 'I'm mighty glad o' one thing, and that Is that I wasn't borni no dwraf. (With contempt.) Why, that feller wouldn't hold two schooners of beer." Life. First Detective Wasn't he at'the ball game? Second Detective Yes, but I lost sight of him. First Detective How did that happen? Second Detective There was a double play mi the last In ning. Harlem Life. Grabenhplmer If my leetie sohn gives me his benny I vill gif him den cents, to spend. Little Ikey (eagerly) All right, fadder! Here Is der benny. Grabenhel- mer Ooot! Here s de den cents go undt puy. me two fife-cents see-gars. Puck. Mrs. Pratt-IvPrr By the way, Mrs. Ginger Ales. Not the sorts that offend the taste and upset the stomach only the good kinds. per dozen. 'Delatour," $1.00 Cochrane & Co., Belfast, Ireland 1 .40 Cantr ell & Cochrane, " I.50 Discount for original packages or iu round lots. . . . . 770 Chapel Street. $1.50. These garments are made in our factory of Shrunk cloth ; the seams are Felled and doubly sewn and are GUARANTEED NOT TO RIP OR FRAY In the laundry ing. They ai are offered at this price as a LEADER, and are our Best Grade. CHASE & CO. SHIUTMAKEltS, New Haven House Building, Dei Trows 6 Vandelmere was burled to-day. She- Mr. r.rootalwun Was she dead? Mrs. Pratt-Lerr What a question1! Of course she was dead. Mr. Brootalwun In that case it was a very proper course to pur sue. Boston Transcript. "What I can't understand about the sun's light," said Wallle, when he first heard how many millions of miles away from the earth the sun Is, "is how it manages to get here so early in the morning without traveling all night." Harper's Round Table. Mrs. Smiallwort You are , the most ridiculous ninny. The idea of your call ing the cook in to compliment her on that beefsteak, when you know that It was simply horrid. Small-wort I know my business. She will be wanting a ra'lse In wages next week; she won't get it; she will quit; we will be rid of her without a fight. Cincinnati Trib une. Putting Him on His Mettle. "Doc tor," said the sick man, who is painful ly shrewd, "1 haven't a dollar to leave to posterity; not a square inch of real estate, nor a scrap of personal proper ty." "I don't quite see how that con cerns me. I dunno that it does par ticular. Only I was hopln' that I'd get well right soon so's to hustle around and earn money to pay your bill." Wash ington Star. : special mil For This Week. $17.00. $17.00. WHITE ENAMEL 3-Pieco Chamber Suits, Including spring Bed. $12.00. $12.00. 5-Picco Rattan Suit, Oak frame, very stylish and nicely made.. 25c. Per Yard 25c. Tho very best cotton warn China Matting. uoauoea irom t oents. BAMBOO PORCH SCREENS, S cents per square foot. 100 to 106 Orange Street. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. What Jewelers Know About Sterling Silver. The fact that twolvo of the largest ary ftooas stores in new x urn navo ueon indicted for sellinir boirus Bterlinur sil ver should he a fair warning to the New nuvon purine to ouy tnoir goons rrom a relmolo old etainsiio(i nouso into H. B1LVEKTHAU & BONB'. 700 Chanel street, who have spoilt 40 years hund- Hnif gold and silver, and tholr prices are the lowest that honest noons can bo sold for. Diamonds and Wedding Gifts are their specialties. We know nothing uoouc ary gooas, out it is easy to boo How Little Dry Goods Stores Know About Sterling Silver. PFAFF & SDN. MUSHROOMS, ' HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, H$T HOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS, Muscoyj DUCKS Muscory 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st Until June 15th A DISCOUNT of 20 per ont. on all Deoo- orated Toilet 8et from the regular cash price inBmntaneouB ico ureain i reeere, i newest tiling out. ROBINSOIT & CO., , Je3tf 90 CHURCH STREET. Spring" Lamb, The Best in the Market. Spring Chickens (Broilers). MtimmotU Asparagus, carefully se- leotea. Otriug J3uii orecu jrcua. Lettuoe, New Potatoes. Mushrooms. Suminor Squnsh, eto, JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. Telephone call, 574-X 22 lbs Granulated Sugar $1.00. Macaroni, 80 for pound boxes, or i boxes for 15o. Parlor Matches, 100 dozen. Where do they do this ? Why ! at MILLS', 382 State street TELEPHONE 884-5 CAI-LS UP I CHARLES P. THOMPSON, "THE SHOP," 60 Orange Street. Headquarters for WALL PAPERS, PAINTING-, FRESCOING-, HARD WOOD FINISHING, WOOD CARPETING. Eift r. M. BROWN & CO. GRAND CENTRAL SHOP PING EMPORIUM. F. M. BKOWN, D. 8, GAMBLE. F M BROWN &CO. O On Your Back the difference .now be tween a heavy and light garment Is the difference between comfort and dis 170 o comfort. And It is our everlasting aim to try and lot you allord oomfort. More of these pretty Duck Suits flame as la picture, 31.25 Skirt out, black Brilltan tine, a 7.50 garment for 3.98 All Wool Storm Serge Suits. Blazer rulllod bact, half lined. ablo silk, full skirts, navy and black, 37.50 Covert Cloth, (C.50 up. A mountain of Wash Waists, all sizes, at least cost. Silk Waists at prices that just about pay for the making. Ladies' Colored Lawn Suits ! Children's White Lawn Suits J No use of quoting prices of these because they are ao law you will duuot tneir quality. West Store. Second Floor, Front Men's Light Wear! Equal to a whole store fnll of hot weather coati, pants, neglige shirt, nnderv-r, bathing Bulls, etc., all spread out, roady to be tested ior quality and low price, Who can afford to be un comfortable at our prices Wait Btore. Main i'loor A sale of Ladies' low necked White Vests tomorrow for 122Ceach- And theV are eood ! Rm tore. Main ZlooC Beautiful All Wool French Challis, No use of paying 8's yd. else where, 25c - West Store, Main Floor Cucumber Soap for the complexion, gc oate S cakes in box, for 22C and a great quantity of both luxuries and decora tive summer wantables in the Notion Depart ment. Ice Cream nt 40o a qt. is extravagance when it doesn't oost lOo n qt. to make ia out Ldgntnlng or tiem freezer. West Store, Basement TRUNKS. Do not forget that we sell Trunks. Our as sortment is large and prices reasonable. The Burgess Fur & Hat Co., 7C1 CHAPEL STREET. HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND Shore Houses Supplied with the finest grados of Teas and Coffees imported at LOWEST PRICES. Coffees roasted fresh daily and ground to order. N I MM 3 i nn mlll r MIVX Uj Ui State Street, Tale National Sank Building,' F. M. BROWN & CO. Veilings. All the up-to-dato styles in tha V most dusirablo widths. Trilby mesh. Sao yd., and the Chiffon, 60c yd., are exclusive styles, great Store. Ualn Float 11111 IIIVI J Comparison with the other reliable houses makes our values shine the brighter. If they don't it's our fault. let oar up-to-datesryles in Sailors, Leghorn, hlt Chip, Neniiolitau, be compared, expeoially these 50c Sailors, all colors compare them with 98c values else where. White Duck Yacht Caps, 25c Golf, Yacht, Bicycle and Steamer Caps, 50c West Store, Second Floor, Front Ladies' Kid Oxfords ! Fine Kid, 31.48 Fine Tan Kid, 31.48 Fine Kid, Needle Toes, 31.98 Saturday's Prices ! Bast fitere. Hal Floor Size of a snowbank of beautifully embroidered, Hwitm Hcmstitobed and Initial Handkerchiefs, Sjo values Saturday ' price, 1 24 cents. Bargain Table, .West Store 4 a ' Neckwear! Fancy Polka Dots and Windsor Ties, S'4 in. wide, sslu, long, all col ors, 26o value, for 124c each ( ladles' Satin Teoin, Bows and lTour-in-Hands, Wo vaine, at i 25c each Dotted Swiss Blouse Fronts. 08o value, 59 cents. F Ml Browns Co. OIX.S, : CHEMICALS. J-I State Street 243 THE TEOLLEY TnlA OTA. . t ..I. V...,. tt ..111- af.ftta littUUD JUU IU V.llH.jl I'll. Duu.ua.i Hot Weather Comforts lit justs about oost. Refrigerators, Cool matting, Oil Stoves, And a lot of other things foi homes or shore cottages. The best of every thing at less money than for poor, and you get them for Cosh or Easy Payments. Suppose you call at once. P. J. KELLY &CO Grand Ave., Church St hCKhtc May is the mouth for Specialties i! the Market Line, I C. E. Hart's Spacious Market o State street is the plaoe to get nil tl little Odd Delloaoies that you orave i the Springtime. " ,; Spring Chicken, our own, killini Packing them in ioe ruins the flnvoL We never paok them, but, kill thej fresh every day. j Spring Duckling's, home killed, flr of the season. , , j Sweet Breads, Calves' Heads I Live Fresh Calves' Tongues. All the Fresh Vegetables and Fruii 350 and 352 STATE ST&EE1 Tie wotott k Parret C 93 CROWN STREET! WALLPAPERS! WALLPAPERS! WALLPAPERS In Every Style and Grade, I Room Mouldings, Prepared Ho Paints, Fresco Painting. I Hard Wood Finishing aud Graini a Specia lty. ' Skilled workmen in ovprv donartment. i all orders promptly executed. EMimutfM Klven and iiist-class labor i stock guaranteed.