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OCEANIUS, ARVERNE, AND FAR ROCKAWAY, SAT. JAN. 23, 1897. PlUGl!: KIVK GKNTS
PUBLISHED  -WKKKLY.

JAM ES  K E E NA N ...........................Propriplo

TH E  LOCAL PO ST  OFFICE .

2 DO “  4 -lij p. m.

5  3 0  ”
J o n x  R MiJimAY, r .  M. 

LONfi ISLAND RAILROAD TIME TABLE, 

23tl, IfiOO.

liL'ftvr- r.ncknwnv I>nik, da ily , a t  7 1 4 .  H 02 ,
10  . 4 ‘j  p. m.
kO . 'O p .  m. Suiiir, 10 2-J u. in. ; 1 'J 4 5 ,  ‘J7 ,

Lea™B™»ui..'u’! ' r i 7 ,  « 0 2 , 1 0 ;)« a .m . ;  
.■'(}, :) 10, 5) 4r. p. in. 10  ‘[.i p. in. 

ShJm-iIuv iiliilit niilv. Kiindnvsj it S 1 7 .  
l u  'Jfj «: in. i r j  -IS, :J *.'.0, 5 -JH. 7 ‘17 |

L ea iV no i ln n i r s  at 7 10 . 8  0-t, 10  40  a. in. ; , 
112 :i I ‘J.  T) 47  n. n>. 10 -tr» p. n». j 
SiUiu'iliiv iiiylit. only. Siindiiys a t  H U). 
10  27  u*. 111.'; i '2 :>v. :i L»-J, 5 :jo, 7 40

LeaP.'i jr iM.n.flV 7 -J-'l, ft 00 . 10  4:5». m . ; ' 
1 -j J 4 . r j  4 0 .  :j i-J. 4 . 'it. .") -10 I'. Ml,: 
-JO 47  !- Mr. M.tuxL-.y otdv. Sun ,

Tito Rnv. TIintnn.H?>roCn!rre3', tlie nn.stoi-ofj Hiinls inan I’d.sI:, No. TiO, of F.inlpn^c 
St . Rose-of T.lin.'i C'luiirlt, liiis Ijcioii il!iJiy,ui--^ Uonry  i-\ lii 'owii, oi Po 'l
oiisly ill \vitli pnounioniji a t  his r«*.sidenc’o ' '>!' VorU : J'nsl Com f Lcindt-r Mnuioi;, r>r,i], of  J/iwj
w o t o  i;ri!ss, liin condition 1ms L'IiMn;r(,'d (.‘oinrjido llowla 'id aiul (.'oai
more  favoral jly  n iider  tin; shilli 'ul iroalim'iil. K a  
of  Dr. H. U. Tin;j:l(‘y. , <.'i!
c:ii(‘l’ Davd J .  :M‘ilo nf ilie I 'ini D(>i>nrlii.on^ I f l  

ftiid ))ropri(2{oi' of  t!m Now Y o rk  Jlntc l, i.s hy 
m:ikin{^c‘.^(on-ivo iniprovi.MOon in tii(> n-ar 
of lii-s jjopidur Im td  : a sic. 'uu lu n ii 'l ry .a  ra 
to do a il cookin ;i 'by .stt'snn, an  I an  
lij,dit p lan t ,  will b('* iIk* new IVahiis.
'I'll? J'L\(.i-qo inspGclors!^!ivc tlio luilcl Ice.' 

on liio bench, qn ito  a ftcaru last Sunday , 
ulost'd doory woio Ihu oi-.k>r of  tlio <
Collator .Foloy whoakl l iu r ry  tip v.-itli
ani( nilnicMit, in n.'hiMnn to wati.-iin.ir piact-s ' ibjv, sU..t'.'lit'.H kav 
bcins; oxoinpl froiiiiinrii-i'ctord’ inturt'k-rcjiireon j H]i|».ov;.i Jiua i llui-.kiiv.

Suiukiy. , iUMl liiii viitul-vdlo will
'J'iiu lat(» hi;;li winds liavo deponitod all by .Mis

,(.i ' llinsjoki fnia
umnion o.'l lu)  C o r n i n - J ’o4. will 
April , a nd  {i ^ran 'l li i ii c  i;;)>i-onii  ^

y :ao ii(;niiailic..-^* in Lihai ir.-.

Ro se  o f  L im a  L i t e r a r y  U n io n .

ARV EI^N&BY-TH E-SGA.

tSrvcinc ©facial S)ircctor\5

I'rosi.loilt o r  till! Vill!iB.:t ne ar  
'C H - . c i . i p r o b . i b l y  ri^niui'y 

o. ilo ied to ])rotOL‘d

tiio in.iiiii‘il ni(‘

Sm ith  w ji:» diirinir 
ki

oinp oy. 
wa^ Iinpo 
a pui-iiLion,

tii» tiiiiniiL of  kis ( 
(-•laiinv'd hu r»‘nto 
whiiu the  di-fonila 
a year , .As tku 
any  L-fi'i • jnr of

■ d y„ it'ii of  tills vlUisKo a n i e n -  

u p >pill;i ' 'subscriptinu

:{ ‘if) : o:{.

ro st-cnrin;: It a* 
■ilinir il in liraps <. 
[ wind th a t  l*Iow? 
Tiio .sbviMi- c(»id 
ail d last- Ttn;>iia 
rar-lk-i* o f  !liy An

iiir.ns niunibLT.s ol

.■ry av.ailaldc poi 
tko up land , -  ■ 
•I on.' ^r.iod."
(i hiirh wimls Mm

,\i(it •-dyadot. i 
/ivir niil< s 
•i^kl kiMfi

iilljproi'a’ iJiiijo/i 
W i l i  htid- bu.)i 

Cor-ja.-i

cd Iho
i.mncd
CoaiL'w

Leave  Lonj: iHland Ci ty for IliMum.d s, ffol 
1 .Iiu'a, Hra Hide and Ikukaw av  Pa rk , 
di.*' :. a t  7 0 0 .  *8 :u). n *J0, lO  ri5 a . n t . ;
1 r»r», :io 4 or>, *5 3 0 . ^0 0 0 . 7 0 0

E. in. 12  3 0 p  111 Sa tn r iiny  niirkt otdy. , nndr tv s. it  7 3T). 0  20 .  '^iO (.T), 1 1 25  ; 
u 00  4 20 ,  0 45  p. in.

Ler tv jF '- ji b ii il i Avoinu', HmoUlyn. da ily , at  
'1 'H 25 . 0 2 0 . 10 52  a. m  ; I 54 . , 
*2 25 . 4 :JU, *5 :U). *0 00 .  7 05  p. in. 
12  OH p. ni. SaMirJav niiiht only. Snn-  
d a ' s  i.f 7 0 1 . 0 00 ,  *10 00 ,  11 2 2 h. i n . ,  i
2  o a .  4 2 0 . t; : n  i> m. ;

Trai...^ inarlu'd ihn.s (*) stop n t Hannnel'f*, ' 
hnt. do not  ;^o to Holland 's , S e a y id u u r  Uofk  ! 
an-ay Par if . j

LOCAL BR IEFS .

jMiss .Annin JicitzniHU, of Brook lyn. M. D.. 
is  jv.ijue.st of  tko  M issl >.s  UL-ary, a t  th e  JulVcr- 
i;or. Cottii^'o on Haininol’s Avi*.
The now .station a s f i ' t ,  Mr. Frod . Cunna ii  

who  sm.‘ci*eded Mi-. A . Uo:nosock is yivinj? 
expre-sscd sat isfac tion to travelers .
Y ou  can inako a  tou r  f»f Now Y o rk  C i ty  

b y  iid ii i ' : in sixteen ditVerent s tr e e t ear s, uiid 
a ll  It cost y ou  is 5 cents.
.American I re  Cream is sellinp: in the  city  

o f  Me.xico a t  $ 1 .0 0  a  qu a r t ,  l i ow  i4 th a t 
Dashby  ?
In  th e  c ity  of  New  Y o rk  a  whit e  woman 

gets  5 eentH.to make  a  sh ir t.  A nd  a  cliina- 
in an  I'ots I v  ccnts to wash it.
Tile  (j '.ly jK’opk* th'At don ’t  like c«'nsolida- 

tion a re  the  I olilieians , as in tluit t-aae tUeir 

occupa tion  will be  trono.
TIio okl JJiood has le f t a nd  new blood lins 

been infupod in to  tk e  mana 'i e inen t of  tho 
L ong  Is land R a i l  Kond,
The  town hoard  lias leased f rom  the  

A tk in ti e  E iv in e  Co., llio hal l fo r court  use 
end  tl;c p i i j -onpen fo ronoyeav , jjayiny S I 00  
ren t.
Louis C. O tt  J r .  ha.*? become (juito an  adop t 

in  .silk p ic ture  making  and  iuus some iiandsoine 
mode l under  w ay ;  seve ra l fino aiuniilea are  
exhibition  j jt . tk o  Bulks Eye  Hotel.

'  Mi«'i'- -J'lorotta B r a d h v  is mak ing  g rea t 
progress on skates a t  W ain r igh t  iuul Ueimi*ns, 
C l iu to : any timo tho  pond is frozen ove r,  sko 
c an  bo seen there , So says H ar ry  !
H, IJieman will havn a  m id -w in te r  reeep- 

tuui  ami sw inuning  contest  a t  h i s im p c r i d  
Hote l,  crompt 
ftttoiition th an  tho Expre-ss; 0H*it w now , It 
costs as  much to send  apucka^o  to  Rockuway 
l3eHc-h as i t  would  to S an  Fianeiaco .
This aftert ioon a t  D tx i c r  P a rk .  W o rd -  

liaven,  Messrs, John  H. Jenn in gs  a nd  M. 
Gllder.-loi*vo. are  to h'lve  a  shooting  contes t 
u nde r  Long  Is land  rule«. Numbin- of live 
pigeons, 25  l a c h ;  g un  to  bo below e lbow ;

sued for  I In;

.-ill Jilid ih u t •Mkt
otker

l!»u!dwin and !cmt
SEA  S ID E .

done

W. H. Po l le r , - f  the  Loim IVai.d 11. ik wen- 
r n  il tour  of  in-^peetion of  tke  iJockaw.iy 
Boacli braiieh la st S . t u rd a v .  (Jrea l tkin;^- 
are  .■xpeeteil f inm (lie new management.,  a nd  ' 
no iluub t IktiSL' e.xpretatiori.s will bi- realized. 
U’e need al l tke  »-.>;istaiico we r a n  get lu 
e .iinti ravt  tla^ b.al elVeet of  the  Kaine ’s l .w. 
t hat ^:uils nolhidy and  is a  s tand ing  n-proacli ,

(Ju aev'oimt of ilie :\n
i) bM^iv. n t!ii:. e v n i io -

it t of 
th e  week, liavo all’orded  tke  3’oungsler.s the ir  
promised good  s k a l in g ;  b u t  th o  e.xi)erls 
among  them p re fe r  the  wirubsc rei ’iiing fences 
and the  more  a t t r ac t iv e  surrountliny.s of  tin? 
rink , so geniMOUsly a rr ang ed  for tliein by Mr. 
Jjj lm A. Rem.seii, a t  tho  Sea.side Imin'ove- 
inent Cornpatiy’d L’kute .

iMiring la st  W'eek tko even ing  rev ival ser- 
vicc's of  the  Congregatior.ai  Chnrcn  were  so 
widl a tt ended  and  exeiu  d snek tjrowiiig in -
terest,  tl i at  th ey  a ro  still be ing coT tin.ifii 
unde r  s im ila r a(.lvanta.;e to the  inter(!.->tin.r 
pastor  aud  his enlliusiastlc  congre; :a tion.  
This gooil work  of a i l  o n r  churches slionM 
ine.-t witii tho hoa r ty  endoi.senie..ts of  those 
who fi-el, th a t  an  examjMary  eitizei\ is best 
mad'} ou t of a  consi^^toat el ir ist lan.

A t  tho llosebrook Bowling Aliey.s, the  two 
clubs re;’u la r ly  u it endmg  th em  mot on Tues-
day  and  Thti r -day  evenings, a nd  indu lged in 
tiie »(ki harmlos-i riva lr ie s th a t  have  so long 
uxi.s‘Lcd,and whieh have  made  tke ir  ga tiierinus 
so int»re.'ting. As  thesoason advances , e x t ra  
indiieeiiieiit.s w ill  be in ti odueed  in the  sliaj)o 
of a  va luab le  medal  o r  bad^'C, tko winning  
of  wldt.-h will  provolto still more  exei ling  
contests.

On Thu rsday  even ing  a social g a tk e r ing  
of  in timate  f r lendso f  Misses a n n a  Langeiizen 
aud  iicrtliii Beurum a t  tke  rosiilence o f  Mrs. 
Mr. Langenzen a tO can u s  Ave. and 'Bouleva rd  
tko  pa r ty  inelude il Mr, I't Mrs. I .  Jo e l.  Mr . 
& Mrs, M. Langenzen , MissesM, t'fc L, Gea ry , 
Ann 'o  lloitzmen , (Jraco  Turn ln il l,  Marian  & 
Minnie Jono-s, T illy  &  Roao Kohn , Annie  Hi 
Ger lie  Langenzen , B'Mtho Beu rnm , Me.ssrs 
r .  ilulhuHl, Howard  & H erb e r t  Jones, Chtincy 
Newberry ,  ^ la t  Si ckmen, F r a nk  Seaman ,  H. 
& J .  Powoll  C. Y ong,  Mr. Boon, ami B. Jvokn.

B IR ’IHS.

On tho Otli ins tan t,  in the ir  lln*i home a t 
2 4 !  Pa rk  Place, Brooklyn,  th e  wif e  of .Mr. 
t*. House of  a  boy. The p roud  mothe r  
will bo wel l r emembered  us Miss E l la  P. 
Swan , o f  tliis villaiiu.

On Thu isd ay  last the  wif e  of  J l r .  E dw a r d   ^
F. Closi of a  son, iMrs. Kebncca  repoit s 
motke r  and  eliiid a ro  do ing w’ell, i

,i-iuo\vn—we 
I a sea lp iag  I

i 1m‘ Jji/,
I'd (li..t:

> pa t up  aod .'() was 
ono by  one slip fi 

;iieir ilv-peiatioii wli 
left, iliey wan ted  to pi

tken
, dueli

i WOllli*

th.-y IVlisorry t( 
kimded al'ier I 
they kail a nd  tii 
cap- nre.
During  tk-' v 

Con p:my. repi

. liuve it  that vay. a.s it re- 
- and oi’der'';il tke  re- 
t. I hei r vxiieii.se. as 
1 t;oiii!!l,ijlll,!|.llllily. 
snap ihc-.y th'Highl

the pn

ex-pe .•d to

till' Kea*>kle Aimiscinenl 
:.-d ijy Win. ,Ii‘lin A. 
■l iv e in te n s l  in tlie uncleritelii.seii

taki.ig, tiie Chute  Poiui was put in exi el lent 
condiliijii for sic iler.-, and is umv vi.«iti-d by 
lovers of  tkul. hf al lk fu l ree r  a ii  'ii. Tin; 
Queen 's Com.ty  W ati 'r  Co.npany donated 
the  Huppiv re(iuired to form go'jd Ire, 
and the  owners  of  tke  pond  most g.'nerously 
{iri'i.iij^ed to make It f re>5 to all  vi.silors.

L. J . Keynokls  is e eeted tr easu rer  of the  
D en io .r a ti e  I own Centr a l Cominitlee

Ben visiteil

We  notieei 
w r i - k t  a t  .\I 
They  c; 
to show 
theiiisolv 
who kuil 
b(!a h to

Wain-

s. John
)klyn la st S und  ly,
Mr.  and  Mrs Will 
. Ivrtiesehi-r’s funeral  serviee. 

le fi 'om tlieir Brookl^-n koine 
keir  sympa tiiy to one wlio, like 
, ean b(s elas.‘;(‘d as the  pioneers 
he foundat ion ami bniU up ti.e 
h a t  It is to -day ,  bu t Ike old kind 
pas;iing one by  one silen tly awtiy.

i Ho.sm anil 
i-:H i^n.! Co, No. -J will  be h;dd a t  Yomi:f  anrl 
i' . l.'i-.siui's Alloiitie I 'a rk  Hotel  t,n Sa tu rday  

Miu'eli 2o!li anil llio ati'air promise-, 
to b • r v .‘nt of  ike  season. 'I’ke commiltee  
v.-ill (liViT sevcra! prizi-.s for tin: most coinieal

Work (iU tI.e new Vil lagr  Hal l lias been a  i 
litil ; d»-layed on account  o f  the  uiifuvurablu i 
w.-a:h,’i-. und  the  . l i i li e u lt / exp.-riene-tl i n '  
d.'livcrii,-_r Mu; necessary lumbe r ;  bu t tiie! 
eoii!raetor ii do ing eve ry ll ii ng  in his power  i 
to ji lv aneo  tlui st r i. c tu re ,  a nd  will have  it 
eoiiijileted by tke  sj.eeitied time. ;
y\ Fri.;dkinder i n s  secured  the  Con t ra  t ' 

for iiaiulin:!: J l r .  A rnold  Wunipter'.s new!  
i-ott.i'4<‘ on Oee.in Avtjiiiio; also  fen- the  tw o ' 
eoti ,i” es o'.vneil ily Afe.sses L, Uubeiistein and 
S, .1, Sikiely dona ted  memoria l llowerit, to 
the  ptdl bearo-s who vo lun te e red  thuir kist 
sad sad niin ist 'a lio '- , t(» Ike cho ir  and o rgan-  : 
ist who mad•^ tku solemn service so impress- ‘ 
ive, a nd  to my  old ncquain anees and  friends 
who a tt ended . 1 can only  say, God bless all of

k o iM ra i id in t . - r i iy ,  \vao,e ko;iL.'sty was  never  i JJi'-’i 
assadod unti l the  pro -ent  tkne , a nd  if tiio ! on ; 
ma te ria l for tiie work kad been purcha sed | of t 
-Mr. A b ram ’s bill would kavo been fo r ; - . ; . -  i gvn 
0 0 0 , iiiite.id of  s  j ,,')UU." i

1‘. Wdeiiihio Clowes addrvwc.l the board   ^
and asked if  \\w  nnid did not  i»e!ong to tiie 
county , an  ! wliy .ski>uld lli 
dit.iie.sV I'he to.vn :«pcnl ;
‘lic.-sj ilit>..|iL.s, mill til,, to, 
ilii-ia, a long with  tii ■ iioulc 
liii Uarm in.

T!ie ma t te r  Wiu refer rc.l 
who is to look into tke  mat

xMr. IVi iiimi 1.;. Ham.i 

•ro, li.-iur of Ike Lnp.-naL 
ii'--mb,M's.,f l l i e 0 .v.^,;i^ 1 

al ii rday  kisc. Near ly  
;e Uc-jank; Co. i..-irt jnk i

‘d. the  popular 
aUl ti-n.lcred tae 
•i‘j  Co. a  Luppi r

I ilK-se, 
oaku .g  ' 
.•cejilcd ■

; tke  ne

tiie siij>L-r 
aiul ri;:l.J

: tku .duJuuvk Jlo

.!dwi;ll Alirains t
i»iia
I tile .

.-nied II b id  f 
liilii

.’as referred to tke  to 
Tke board tlien Weii 
o 'iis;;u:>s the  wiiys 
ire.s.-nt su it ugani.st 
.’iii;u'iis’ League.

•oric
boulevard, a nd  i 
to ird for payiiu^ut. ; t. 
o executive m.’ssioii n 
wlKM-efore of  tlie ; ji 
inst it u ted  by tliu 1

- o r , ■ h■St L  \VU>.lLM;i,|,..,l t
a t  , {, o p . ' l i d  iiul l t!i:s j

j iou^Iy H-tect-dis Wi
for ; W•iii* fair  wea tlier  thi
in : it su tm -.SLcip aci ty .

the  kal i ; uki I e^i.l to

Jhuii l Spill,,! liiH ,.t.tii|.,iea lo liol-linm,. ill 

lii ' .' illilsuiiftui iiiialji^iiuuor aorai'al nwntlia 
oallyiin|, r, | ./ ,. il iii  lii.niUi. U'itl, lli j hr .id in ;
I- of  Itocku.vay ,\1 ss.S,,ill .t will , la ,kml,t.,J - 
I'.’ctiVer lier foci n y  . 1,

EDQEMERE.

B Villain lioai-1 of  ti nitmw I, ivo 
pp(jmted i)r. Selmiu ;!;’s r^H'jce^ao 

board 
N j tw it ii s tan  lir.g t

C'onl,.actors L„i.|,in luui jii lu-i;». Iiiivu lliiHli- i |i.i»t v UL.ii tliu ,s3«'Lr 'oVnVr!,Wora\?r'MinUilr'’ 
ed the d r iv ing  of tke  iiiles and  tiio framework  . rapi  I hu.uiway wilh  tlu5 work and  'ire
t)f Ike d am across Morion 's Creek, wldeli 
now beini: s t rengthened by con tract or  (Jtto 
Mensn, who is rapidly embanking  it on iioth 
siik-.s wi'.ii ba;4>< of  sand.  This idan of  pro- 
teetion will, in uil probab il ity , pr event tho 
fate th a t  overtook tho (Irst stri ic turu,  but 
und.ir tke  adopted loiroation muck  val'jable  
land tk a t  would otkerwiso liavo been filled 
to tke  advanta ge  of  tlie company has not 
been included.

Bankinij: Is Somuthinir Perplexing to Women.

IIow nuiny women there  ii

J ,  K R I i l 'SC l IEH .

HEHPSTEAD TAXPAYERS.

Horso Hiie for Assessors.

Tliere is a  te nacncy  to  cri ticise tliu ocj'^n 
of tho town board  of tho town  of Hemp-  
stea kave more o r  less means about  which 
th ey  must  do some ijunking. Women aro 
very  ap t  lo rega rd  bankers as  busy men wilh 
l it tle  time to ileal pa t ien t ly  w ilh  tho pe r-
plexed and  kewiklered  who m “y  a t  some 
p a rt icu la r  inoniont  s tand  ve ry much in need 
of the advice  or counsel of an experienced  
financier.  We mere ly  refer  to  tills lo invito 
any and all  ladles who have any  ocea8if)ii to 
connnlt  with  Imnkers, o r  wko miiy w an t  light 
upon tkeir  all'aits, to  fee l free  to  consult our 
ollieers a t  a ny  time.  And tiiey may  rely 
upon tk e  uii-'atesc de fe rence  and patience  
bell g  exerciHed to se t th e ir  minds a t  ease a nd 

y iv o lh em a l l  the in formation  they need
Q u k sCou.v . 'B a :, Long  Is land City.N.  Y

I bo II ear thed,

Grand A rmy Camp Fire.

Tko public  in sta ll a ti on  of th e  J o h n  Corning 
Post , 0 30 ,  G. A. R . ,  was held S a tu rd ay  even -
ing,  a t  i t i  headqua r te r s  on  Grovo .-Vve. The 
rooms were  crowded  w ith  tho v e terans  and 
tlioir families, a nd  invit ed ynests . E x  Com-
mander  B, J .  Mc .Uowtm, was  inst all ing 
oi ll .cr , a n d  th e  r i tua l  gone  th rough  was very 
imposing to  tiio in i t ia ted . A fto r  tho core- 
inoaies W'ens over,  speeches of a  cong ra tu la -
to ry  .a nd  f ra te rn a l  n a tu re  were de l iv e red  by 
th joflicora a n d  several comrades f rom  visit ing 
posts, w'hen ttio jo l ly  p a r ty  ad jou rn ed  to 
Valen ti ne ’s Sean ian ’s Bouh 'vard  »-lotol, whore 
sumptuous supper, cooked in r egu la r  a rm y  

style^was eaten, waich  brou^dit o u t  rominis-  
cencoijof oU  times.  Com rade B . J .  McGowan 

:oui*.'OOf his  remarks, received tromou- 
dous aijplauso, when hosa id ,  “  T h a t  fo r  every 
American so ld ier t h a t  shouldered a  g u n  In 
tke  la te  reboUion, a  Gevnian flanked h im  on 

> side,  a nd  aij  I r i shm an  on  tho o th e r .”
1 wstr son^s and  storie s w ere  to ld aud  
ig, a nd  com rade  And rew  Johnson  o t  the 

Law rence  P os t  spoke fee ling ly  on  th o  d e p a r t -
ed comi'udes. Among  the  in v i t ed  guests ,

I P a s t  Coin’d  B. J .  McGowun, o f the 
Rluyoid  Post , No. 2 82  o f  L ong  I s land  City,

’d  E dw ard  J .  Brown, o f  th o  Qoortfe Broo)

I constables 10 cents  a  mile  to  pv>ddle 
bum  in ti:e ^ta t-  a round  fron t P iU td t  
and ba ;k  apuiu  to Pikito , a nd  then 
eounlv  ja il ,  ju s t  to  make tko mlloitge big. and 
pnss tholr  iiiUs-.viihout a  tou'.'h o f compuuc-  
tlon , and then  use the  axe  on ou r  l it tle  
ch a ig d s fo r  which wo honest ly  paid  horse- 
hire  o r  used ou r  own horse i .”
W he the r  this g en t leman reflocU tho op inion 

of th e  o the r  asie‘-aura o r not. is no t  known 
hu t  he found ni l his iie are rs  agreed  with  
him  an to th e  giosa lud lcrousnesa of the 
boa rd ’s methods,
“ Unless  horao-hire is pa id tho a'aessor. ithey 

canno t  p roper ly  do  their  work , as  tho te r r l  
to ry  included m tho towuhhlii iss i :a t to red  and 
is un like  tho n o r k  of nu ik ing up  tho assess-
men t  roil  in  a  c ity  o r mcorjforatod linea. 
The lines of ownership  ^ro constant ly  
changing  by  c u t t ing  u,. old far tna a nd  o p in -
ing up  now s tr eets  and  tho .‘iule o r  change of 
tit le and  o the r  deiailf. canno t  be a rr jved  a t  
with any  app roach  a t  accuracy , by  simply 
Bitting down and  mak ing  a  few revisloaa in 
la i t  y e a r ’s  lljzures Tko assessors do  tlieir  
work  wel l a nd  -heir  bi lls a re  not t n oh igh .and  
I  feel they  sh  ouid  be paid  the ir  horse hire  
I t ' s  a  fa ir  chu tgo  tuid tt mode ia te  cuo, a nd  
heaven know4 tho m a jo r i ty  o f th e  bills tiiey 
have passed fd , whi  4i. they ■ c la im  is enrr.*hiiig tiio just ice 

and const ddes of tiic town. Judge  Garrot-  
son S lid tiiat he would  a c t  favorab ly  upon 
J i i d -o  Y o u n g s  pe ti tion  and  appoin t  a

J - l E M P S T & f \ D

B O A R D .

Action Taken in th e  Matter of Pilling DItchcs 

Which Are Considered a  Nuisance

A peti tion, l ib e ra l ly  s igned and  sworn to, 
was prosentod  to  tho boa rd  of heal th  of tho 
town  of Hempstead  a t  it s  meet ing  held Mon-
d ay  a fte rnoon ,  c er t i fy ing  to  tho unlieuithy 
cond it ion of a  di tc li a long  th e  Rockaway 
boulevard,
Tlio ditch in  quention Ls cau-sing tlio board  

no entl of  li'oublo a t  tho pre. 'cnt thuo, and 
m an  citizens a ro  c rit lz ing  tho town oJllclais 
for  m iing  in sumo 2 ,0 0 0  fee t o f it.
Tins d itch  was bu il t  sovo a l  y o i r s  ago,  

pa ri ty  lo  build  th e  boulevard  and  also to 
d ra in  tlio low meadow's a t  th is  poin t.  A t  a  
tow n  boa rd  m ee t in g  a t  t h a t  time,  tho sum  of  
$ 5 ,0 0 0  was a sked a n d  a t  tho noxt  low’n 
tneeUng S 5 ,0 0 0  moro  wore  a sked for  and  
voted favorab ly . S t i l l  Iho ditch remain ed  
unsa ti sfac to ry , and  ano th e r  $ 5 ,0 0 0  wus i n -
vested , in uk in s  th is  d i tch  u  $ 1 5 ,0 0 0  Invcat- 
ment .

FAR  ROCKAWAY ,

SEW ER  CONNECT ION . 

Macrcolinl, con trac tor, post ofllco 
i-ess, F a r  Bockawav and  Tnwooil, Jv. I* 

j B e s idenee : St-, Gt’orge  Place.  Inwood, L. I,
I Tu  WlMJ.\I IT JFav  Co.NCliRN’ :

I 1 desire to no ti fy t) roper ty owuera of Fa r  
I Rockaway th a t  I am  ))repared to submit es-
t im ate s  lo r  w ork  of nuiking connections from 
stnver to  house lino a t  r emarkab ly  low prices. 
H av ing  a t  my command more  than th ree  
times tho number  o f labore rs o f a ny  other 
c o n t ra c t j r  doing work  In this  village, I  am 
pri'))arcd lo do v.ork a t  from 30c  to 50c  pi^r 
lineal foot , ac.-or-JIug to depth , in 24  hours 
notice, a nd  gua ran tee  to replace s tr ee t,  f-ido- 
w a 'k  and lawn, etc. , in  li rst-claas condit ion. 
Can furnish tho best o f references as to my 
workmanship , and , as my workmen a ro  all 
resi U-nt.s o f this  vicinity,* the placing 'tf y ou r  
work  in my hands w’onld be a  d irec t  benefit 
to tko vil lage  as well as a  linancia l sav ing  to 
yoursel f. J. W. AIACCOLINI.

No agenls  o r  canvassers a re  au thorized  to 
maJto any  collections yal. A rcanum  
a t  r.aw iem-f,  gavo a/i invit at ion reeepdou 
and dance; in A b ram ’s Hall on Wednesday 

even ing. Retwi!i>n danoes the company was 
e n t rn a in e d  with  rec ita tions , .songs, otc. 
Aftir  wiiich an  erijoyablt! supper wnssprved.^  
All prcdeiit tiad a  mo.st en joyable  timo.

The  newly organized c.*urt o f  Foresters  
a t  Lawrence, in it ia led eighteoii new nioin- 
bors a t  thuir regu la r  meeting  on VV'odne>:day 
last. The court is now wo 1 o,dablished ami 

I will un iloubtu Ily hucceod, ■

; J f r . P. !■:. MeC.iIVrcv, who recently  b,night  
jo u t  John  E. T ayk .r ,  reports  business to bo 
j p icking up  rapidly .

; Tho  1 vy Aihlotic a n d  Soc ial C lub of Inwood 
wdl give an invilatitui  recep tion and  danoo 
' in h 'm ith’s Hull, on  Wednoji lay ovenin>', 
Feij. 3 ,  1807 .

OBITUARY.
On la st  Ufonday, Pe te r  W'eldon, la te  an 

employe of  The  Leisure Hou r  Cafo, died a f te r  
a  lingering  illness o f  consu iuption tit th e  S t ,  
J o h n ’s  Hospita l in  Long  Is land  Ci ty. IIo  
was  ill his  twenty-si .Klh y e a r ,  und  came to  
til s coi.ntrv f rom  Dublin  ilvo years  ago  with  
ronsidciHblo money, b u t  by  imfdrti inato  
specu la tions ho lo st  a ll ,  und  wa.s compelled  to 
take  whateve r  posit ioi i was available , u i  
thu dreaded  disease soon nnido it  aupearance , 
b u t  he  fought it; olf un t i l  ho wiu  forced to 
tako refuge  w ith  tho jjood .e is ter iu tS t.  J o h n *8 
Hosp ital,  who admin is tered  both  sp ir itua l 
a n d  bodily  consolaLlou un t i l  tho end. His 
remaina  bur jcd  in tho cathol ic  ^omotorv 
a t  Lq'wreo'^i?’,^  fpUowed by  a  number  o f his 
devoted

......—
v V f l S .M iN G T O N  L B J f T E R .

From  ou r  U eyu lar  Correspondent.

WAsniNGTO.v, D. C.,  J a n Ua r v  1 5 ,1 8 0 7 .

Tho U .  S .  S en a te  has in  tho pa s t  made tl^ .v  
fo rtune  of a  iio\V8i)ai5e r  correspon’riertt;’%by 
Rhutting hh i i  up  in  the l  baAomentb f tho C ap -
i to l  because ho  refused  to  te ll  where  ho got 
copy o f  a  t r e a ty  whic h  U^''8ont to-lila’paper ,  • 
a n d  b rough t  a b o u t  th e  eledtion' to  'thefHbuso 
b y  th o  large.<)t ma jo rity; ovjar g iven  in  a  Con-



H > a , T Z i ! S

METROPOLITAH
H o t e l ,

8»irid<; Avenue. ROCKAWAY HEACH.

‘Clio” ant) “ffrcb asiacft'
T O  L.BT

For Pleasure atid Fishing PartlM. 

Capt . J o h n  Ma rtin . 

rutantly on ha 
le Bcacb iiuvine 
Boats to biro.

Bea  Si d e  Do c k , - -  R cm3k a w a t  B kaos

A. WIEDEWIANN’S
Bread, Cake, and  P ie  

B ak e ry  
WASH ING TON  AVENUE :

ROCKAWAY  BEACH , L .  I .  
Hotels, Restauaanls and {Ji'amllics promptly 

^Supplied.

HEAIY’S HOTEl,
Steahs, 

Chops, 8< Sea jfoob,
fl S P E C m i^ T Y .

Seaside Ave., near Surf, Koclcnway Beac)*

E R HOTALING
MASON BUILDER

Plain and O rnamental 

Plasterinff.

Box 252 , ROCKAWAY BEaCH, L. t  

-.lESTIMATES GIVEN:—

T.J. CORNING."
f.'range Cotmty and Long 

Island MUk

WHOLESALE  ADD B B TA IL .

0 .  K .
—. FOR YOUR —

f i n e  BRBAD, CAKK, I'lKS AND 
CONFECTIONKRV'.

H om f l  M ad e  l l r n a d  a S p e e t a l t f  

Bread delivered to any part of the beach.

II.  HIMMEL,

Her A»e. and Bou'-.var. N. Y

)iDMUND J. HEALY,

A tto rn ey  and  
C o u n s e l o r - a t - L a w .

Notary Public, Queens County.

O jr Rockaway, L. 1. New York.

DR. PHILLEO
Calla left a t  Arverne Drug Co., East End 

Pharmacy or Soa Side Drug Store, will 
receive prompt attention.

Brooklyn address, 183 Herkimer Street

Telephone 20 Bedford

j " ,  n V L i J L i i r o e

Carpenter an& Butlbei*,
P. -O. Box 117, Rockaway Beach, L. I 

Estimates given on all kinds of

Building and Job Work

nORRIS LITTLE & SONS

SOLUBLE FHENYLE AND 

D1SINFE6 TANT.
None to equal it. On sale a t Wa i n w ri g h t

& Smiths  bathing ofiice,

. . S E f t S lD E  D O C K .  . . 

JAMES M. M. EA6 AR. Sole Agent for 
llockaway Beach.

DR. fliUBERT B. T IN G L ty ,

Boulevard,
Cor. Lincoln Ave., OCEANUS, N. Y.

O P F I C E  H O U R S ,

7 to 9  A .M . !» to 2 P. M / ' t o S P .  M

S 0 u l  E V A ED HO USE,
Cor. Thetis Ave., Rockaway Park.

Open fo r  the W in ter
Fishermen »nd gunners will 6nd >*•< 

tccommodations at reasouble pricei. 

CHAS. HESLAND. PiiorRiETO*

*  HIS REVENGE. *

H U .  s .  H AVAGKU  lind m e t  w i t l i  nil  jK.'f-’i don l .  S lonm in .u
- • lip fb i i i i n e i  d u r i n g  II10 n i g h t  

Bhc IwKl co ll ido il  w i l l i  a  b n r k  out. I 'roin
----- ; j in d , 1 hone 'll  no  o n e  (•oiild tiiiilfi t e l l
h ow  th o  n ii shn ])  o(*(; iirml . it w n s  po r-  
f c c t lv  olt‘n r  Ihiil. t h o  b a r k  Imd ;roiio 
d ow n ,  a n d  H in t  llio  r a m  oC tlio  w a r s l i l p  
w a s  in  a  « liimaKfd  c o n d i t i o n .  I I .  M. S. 
R avagCT  w an  aci -ord ing l. v  l u i l  i n to  d r y  
d o c k  I'or  r<‘i'i>lr.><.
Aa vo r y  o f i c n  h a p p o n s  a t  l i d s  p la cn  

Wliort; ll u ; v o s so l  wa.s  doclcod, conv i( ; ts  
w e r o  a I; w o r k  u p o n  tii(! q u a y s .  T l icy  
w c r o  a  nd . \ ( ‘d  l o l ;  b id ,  bu in j;  ^ood -con -  
d n o t  m e n ,  t h e y  a l l  e n j o y e d  a ;: rcal ,o r  
I ro o d o n j  ol’ {letion in tlu;  d lK cbar / 'e  of  
t h e i r  d u t i e s  I l i a n  is  o r d im i r i l y  e x t c n d -  
oil to  Ih n  cn l’o ro ed  w o r k i n g  gn esiH  oJ’ 
t h e  n a t io n .  Yot,  n o iw i t l i . ^ t an d in g  th i s  
i i n s p o k en  toK t im ony  to  I h c i r  c o m p a r a -
t i v e  w o r t h ,  Hie  e o n n n a n d e r  o f  Hio I t av -  
a g o r  w a s  Iosh dl .sj iosed l l i a n  u s u a l  to 
p l a c e  t n i a t  in  tl ioni . l i e  w a s  In a f e r o -
c i o u s  I n n n o r ,  f o r  t h a t  l i t t l e  a f f a i r  w i t l i  
t h e  b a r k  w a s  not: nn li lce ly  t o  i n t e r f e r e  
■with  ill s p r om o t io n .  T h e r e  w o i d d  be  
n il  i n q u i r y ,  o f  c ou rse ,  a n d  w h n t  C h r i s -
t i a n  o v e r  co u ld  le ll  M i i a t  c o n fo u n d e d  
f oo li shnos .s  a n d  in. |n.stlco t h e  “ n n d l n g ” 
m ig l i t  y i e l d ?  J i e  c n r s e d  t h e  b a rk ,  a n d  
t h o  i l l - l u ck  a n d  t l i e  n j i v l p u l in g  l i e u t e n -
a n t  w h om  a t  o n e  t im e  h e  h a d  l e f t  on  
t h o  b r id g e ,  oa ci i w i t l i  im p a r t i a l  f u r y ;  
a nd  p u t  a  d o u b le  g u a r d  o f  m a r i n e s  
nRhore ,  w i l h  f ix ed  b a y o n e t s  a n d  b a l l  
c a r t . r id g e ,  a n d  a n  em p h a t i c  i n s t r u c t i o n  
t o  " p l a y  t h e  v e ry  d e v i l  w i t h  t h o s e  J a i l -
b i r d s  i f  t l i e y  t r i e d  on  a n y  o f  t l i e i r  c u r s -
e d  n o n s e n s e . ”

, T h o  o x t r a  p r e c a u t i o n  w a s  s c a r c e l y  
i i i oce ssa ry . T o  d o  j u s t i c e  to  tho.se  u n -
w i l l i n g  re s iden lH  w i t h i n  t h e  s h a d o w  o f  
t h e  b r o a d  ai*row, t h e y  h a d  no  ev il  d e -
s i g n s  u p o n  l ie r  M a j e s t y ' s  w a r s h i p .  
T i i e i r  h o s t i l i t y  to  a n  u n a p p r e c i a t i v e  
c o u n t r y  d id  n o t  r i s e  to  q u i t e  so  g r e a t  a  
h e i g h t  a s  t h a t .  A ll  t i i e  s am e ,  th o  coni - 
, i n n n d e r  m i g h t  v e ry  e a s i l y  l ia v e  jn s t i -  
'l ied  h i s  c o u r s e  o f  a c t i o n  (l ia d  suc li  b e en  
n e c e s s a r y )  )>y tl ie  f a c t  t h a t  m a n y  of  
t h o  c o n v i c t s  w e r e  w o r k i n g  o n ly  a  f ew  
y a r d s  f r o m  t h e  d o c k  s id e  a n d  s o m e -
w h a t  r em o v e d  f r om  th o  w a r d e r ’s  im m e -
d i a t e  w a t c h f u l n e s s ;  t h o u g h  it  w o u ld  
h a v e  l)00n  p os s i i i le  to  s h ow  on  t h e  o t h e r  
h a n d  t h a t ,  b e i n g  m e n  w h o s e  t e rm  of  
e e r v l t u d e  w a s  a lm o s t  c om i i le le d ,  t h e s e  
p r i s o n e r s  w e r o  i>e rfe c tl y  re li al ) le .  I n a s -
m u c h  a s  t h e y  (rould n o t  a f f o rd  to  c om -
m i t  a n y  i n d is r - r e t i o n s  c a l c u l a t e d  to 
j e o p a r d i z e  t h e i r  e x p e c l e d  e ii r ly  r e ic ji s e  
o n  t l c k e t -o f - le a v e .

T h e s e  c o n s i d e r a t i o n s  d id  n o t  in a n y  
w a y  c o u c e rn  th o  c o m m a n d e r  o f  I f .  M. 
S . R a v a g e r ,  h ow ev e r .  H o  Avas m e r e l y  
r e s o l v e d  t o  b low  th o  c o n v ic t s  to  t h e  
m i s c h ie f ,  i n d i v i d u a l l y  o r  c o l le c t i v e ly ,  if 
t h e y  t r i e d  on  a n y  t r i c k s  w i t h  Id s  sh ip ;  
a n d  in  tl i o  c h o ic e s t  o f  q u n r t e r - d e c k  Kn-  
g l i s i i  g a v e  o r d e r s  a c c o rd in g l y .

One of the  ]irlsoners was Avorking 
qu ite  n e a r  to  the  docksido .nud almost 
In tho t rack  of  one o l  tlio seu tries  from 
tho  Ravager. Though  rn tho r  a  rertnod 
person in  appearance, tho degrada tion  
o f  hia position by no m eans ovorwiiolni- 
od him  w ith  melancholy or  dis tress. I t  
m ay  havo been tho consciousness of 
Innocence th a t  enabled  him to whistle  
eoftly  a n  a i r  which had  se rved  tho 
s t r e e t  o rgans  some seven  y ears  be-
fo re  a nd  enabled him to v iew  wltli u n -
concern th e  close proxim ity  of his  fel- 
low-innn. P e rh ap s  lie reiiected th a t  
those a boa rd  th e  R avage r  were  h a rd e r  
worked  prisoners  th a n  h imself and  
th a t  he could afford them  a  trif le of
p i ty .
He d id r, «t disdain , nioreoA or, to take  

'n d v an tag e  of the  situa tion  In which ho 
found  him self;  nor w as  his sensitive-
ness  h u r t  by  th e  silence of Tommy A t-
k ins  w hen  lio endeavored to  engage 
th a t  w orthy  In conversation. Ho was 
no t discouraged  by Tommy’s dignity, 
a n d  d id no t h esita te  to  t ry  ag a in  when 
g u a rd  w a s  changed  la te  In the  a f te r -
noon  and  P r iv a te  Robert Sm ith  com-
menced  h is monotonous sontry-go.
As It happened  P riv a te  Sinitii  w as in-

tense ly  In terested  and  excited by tho 
p resence  of  the  convicts . H e  had  good 
r ea son  to bo, fo r  ho rem embered  witli 
a  v iv idness  and  ho rro r  th a t  se t  him 
shudde ring  how nea r  he had  boon some 
e igh t y ea rs  before  to Just such a  deg-
rad a t io n  a s  these men were enduring. 
H o  w'aa a  d ifferen t personage altoge th-
e r  now—differen t even in nam e—to the 
slip of a  boy who h ad  though t It a  dls- 
tUiction fo  be tho boon companion of 
60  clevor a n d  so dash ing  a  
Lou is  Vaudols. The  service had  made 
a  m an  of him , had  effected a  comple te  
ch ange  in  h is personal appeara  
while  th e  n a r row  escape from  th^  con -
v iction  fo r  forgery  du ring  th e  period 
of  Vaudols’ in fluence had  so frigh tened  
h im  from  w’lld w ays  th a t  f.hero 
now no s tead ie r  m ember  of her  Majes-
ty 's  red m arines  th a n  P r iv a te  Smith, 
Boinetime Roger V anbrugh . B u t  In 
respec t he did no t a lte r.  H e  remained  
s tan ch  to  a  savage  ha tred  aga in s t  tho 
m an  who h ad  certa in ly  b rough t ruin 
into Ills life, and  by scoundrelly  Insin-
ua t ing  m anners  and  methods had  a l-
most sen t  h im  Into surroundings like 
un to  those  upon which ho had  gazed 
w ith  such  fasc ina tion  ever since tiio 
R av ag e r  had  boon floated into  dock. I t  
Is t ru e  the  charge  aga ins t him  a t  the 
CM Bailey had  not been sustained  
th rough  n defending  couusel’s clever 
m an ipu la tion  of evidence Imperfectly  
p re sen ted  by tho prosecution; b u t  he 
ha ted  Louis  Vaudols no less passion-
a te ly  on t h a t  account, fo r  he  had  b u t  to 
rccal! those torrtbic iiours spent be£ore

h i s  j udgc .s—th e  m is o ra l^ lo  tw i s t i n g s ,  
te l l i n g s ,  a n d  b a i t i n g s  o f  t h e  e v id c n c c ,  
a n d .  a b o v e  a l l .  th o  j u s t n e s s  o f  tl io  
c h a r g e ,  to  1111 h i s  h e / i r t  w i t h  s u c h  f lc rce  
4 'nn i iiy  a s  e v e n  n ow  s(;t h i s  p u l s e s  leaj )- 
ii ig  a n d  l io i li ng  w i t h  ti ic  w i l d e s t  d e s i r e

engo .
A tliril l of cxcilenient went s liivcrlng 

down Ills spine for an  in s tan t  trav- 
e|e,I ieily th rough his  veins a s  be found 
liini.soU’ ashore  and  pacing  so closely 
to  the convict wlio had made vain  over-
tures  to P r iv a te  Atkins, and  who was 
now softly  huniniing a once favo rite  
music hall  dllty.
'Phc man 's  back w as tu rned  tow ard  

P r iv a le  Smith. To all  a iipearances he 
was wholly engrossed Ity bis  work. And 
the soldier, th ough fasc ina ted  fo r  a 
time, w as g radua lly  becoming accus-
tomed to tlio o the r 's  iiresenco when, as  
ho passed  tho m an  fo r  the Iwontlel.h 
t ime, a  few words fa ll ing  from the  con-
vict in a whispered undertone  caused 
his h ea r t  to give one g re a t  s ta r t led  
bound and  set all his nerves  In a  more 
p ainfu l qu iver  than  over.
“Say, old chnp-----"
P.ut P r iv a te  Sm ith pa.ssed on mecliau- 

Iraiiy, a f te r  fa lte r ing  a  moniont unilor 
the  shock. E ve ry  sense w a s  on the 
a le r t  w ilh cxcltoment a s  lie tu rn ed  and  
came back  tow ard  tlio convict, his  
h ea r t  boating so fa s t  th a t  he fe l t  near  
to sufTocatlon. H e  w as  w a i t ing  w ith  
every  sense in his  body lis ten ing  fo r  the 
m an to s])eak again,
“A bit of tobacco, old chap, will you?”
Again  P r iv a te  Sm ith  passed  on. This  

commonplace reques t a lm os t  caused  
him to bu rs t  out into  a  loud hyste r ica l 
laugh. I t  w as so foolish to  g e t into 
such  a s ta te  of serious exc itomen t over 
tho i)resence of a rutllan whose only de-
sire  w as a “b it of tobacco.” And ho 
coni.inued upon ids m arch  w ith  a s te ad -
ier and  more contldent tread.
Bu t when, a f te r  aga in  pac ing  fo r-

w ard ,  he once more camo back  tow ard s  
h is sentry-box. his  mood was changed . 
A cloud was upon ills face, a nd  his  
b rows were knit  in a  va in  endeavor  to 
recall  some mom<»ry from tho locked- 
up places w ith in  his  mind. A repe tit ion  
of the ro(iuest had  fallen  upon bis ears ; 
bu t  the  ring of tlio nu in 's  voice w as 
louder th an  it liad been, a nd  s tir red  
P r iv a te  Smith s trange ly . Ho stood In 
h is box ga/.ing upon tlie stooping  con-
v ict and  str iv ing  to  riMuember where  
ho had  heard  .such a voice before. Bu t 
ho ransacked  his  mind In vain ; a t  la s t  
d ism issing his effort to lem en iber  w ith  
a  ruefu l reflection tliat perchanco  tho 
fellow  w as some old college clium wlio 
had  fallen upon evil days, o r  m ay  bo 
some old com rade in a im s  who had  
como to grief. l i e  lnclln(?d most to  tho 
la t te r  in.pie.ssion. and, l.lmsolf  know -
ing well asi]y havo bo‘>u a  fGlon-comrade 
w ith  lilmself. Tuough well  know ing  
also th a t  ho w as  runn ing  considerab le  
risk  by giving the  iu’>:cious wood to  tlio 
convic t,  ho re.solved to give him  Ju s t a  
llt tlo fo r  the  old acqua in tance  sake  
which  tho m an ’s voice vaguely  sug -
gested.
I t  happonod th o t  ho had  in his pockct 

a  cake of tobacco purcliased fo r  a  tr ifle  
when  the  R avage r  w as on tho W es t  I n -
d ian  s ta tion. T h is  he cu t  in tw o  pieces, 
observ ing  a s  ho d id so tho t the  convict 
w as  w atch ing  h im  fu rtively . W hen  he 
resumed  his  l im ited  p a rade  ho liold one 
of these  pieces In his  lo ft h and  and, 
swerv ing  so os to  pass  n ea re r  to  tlu) 
man, ho loosened his  hold  of i t  a n d  it 
fell  a t  tho convict's  feet.
Tho m an  clu tched  a t  it  w ith  a lmost 

savage  sw iftness , and  P r iv a te  Sm ith 
kep t  upon his  way, congra tu la t ing  liim- 
soif on hav ing  done a  kind ly  th in g  and  
on escaping detection.
B u t  tlio sigh t of tlie tobacco and  the 

odor of i t  excited w ith  the  convic t  a 
fu r ious  covetousness. Ho h ad  seen 
P r iv a te  Sm ith re tu rn  th e  second piece 
to  his pocket,  and  ho desired It witii all 
tho  greed th a t  w as In his  natu re .  T ha r  
second piece he wwuld liave.
I^rivato Smith w as  expecting  a  m u t-

te red  word of th ank s ;  bu t  t lio t w as  not 
w h a t  came when  he once more s trode  
p as t  th e  recip ien t of his  precious gift.  
The  convict sh if ted  h is position, ever 
so slightly , yet suftlciont to  enab le  him 
to glance over his  "ho tdder w ith  an  ugly  
scowl a t  tho  approach ing  soldier.
“T h a t  o ther  piece,” he demanded, 

fiercely, “o r  I ’ll sp lit on you, by heav-

P rlva to  Smitli  saw  his  face  clearly 
fo r  th e  flrst time; and  a t  th e  s igh t his  
h e a r t  stood still fo r  on  in s tan t  and  
then  commenced boating  a t  a  mad ly  fu -
rious and  pain fu l speed. A flash of in- 
tenses t  ha tred  ran  th rough  h is  blood, 
fo r  th e re  w as  no longer a ny  m ys te ry  
I abou t th e  m an ’s Ulontity; a nd  a s  ho 
moved ou t of h ear ing  of  th a t  now  well- 
rem embered  voice he cursed  h imself 
w ith  the  moat savage  fu ry  fo r  th e  folly 
which had  onco more placod lilm In the 
power of Louis A’nudols .
H is  first belief W’as tha t,  h av ing  rec-

ognized him, Louis Vaudols  hod done 
th  i th ing  w ith  th e  mere desire  to  bring  
m isfo r tune  down  upon lilm. When, 
however, he p resently  recalled  how  a l-
tered  in  personal appea rance  ho had  
become since th a t  day  when l a s t  h e  had  
seen Louis Vaudols , th is  fe a r  c leared 
away, leav ing  only  b lack  h a te  w ith in  
b is soul. So, he decided, th e  g iv ing  of 
the  second piece would  sa t is fy  h is once

friend  and  enemy. l i e  hod noth ing  to  
f e a r  o r  to lose beyond that.  Bu t ho 
w as  re lu c tan t  to do this; It maddened  
him to th ink  Vaudols , under  oven such 
conditions, was able  to  overreach and  
compel him to an  ac t  bo would  of his  
own will hmvo undone.
And ye t  there  w as apparen tly  no 

o th e r  course before him  than  to acccde 
to  tho nifl lau’s demands. Ho had  a r -
rived a t  th is  eonchislon, and w ith  a  sav- 
ago reluctance was i>reparlng to  sub- 
m it to  the inevitable when a  though t 
flashed th rough bis  min11 —

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C. \V. SHERWOOD, 

IITERY AND BOARDIS& STABLE.
O  O  3Sr T  -A .O  T O  ■F t.

Trucking o f  a ll  k inds a t short notice.

Furniture m oved  in covered  vans.

n o x  AND  LARGE  ROO.MY STALLS TO  : ,E T .  

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t

“ T IS S  ME DOOD .N IGHT .”

"Pottso, jnnmtiia, lU'iiso, tiss iiic dooM- 
niplit.*’

My bhto-(\viMl lnv(‘, witli snimy curls, 
Stood plc'JKliiif: ’iw ccn  Ihm- sobs and In in ! .  
I said, "I oiurt Uiss iiiiu^lity girls.”

I  IlmI lior to lior snowy pot,
“ PoUH(‘, uuiiinnii, p{*as(‘,” slio sulibod

**I won't bo nn\iRhty nny moro.”
I loft lior, Jill her pleadings vuin.

I  hud boon ronrod In Spurtnn school,
And doftnc*! it duly to control 

W ith  rigid rulp. nor nevor know 
T h a t  love with lovo should sway the 

soul.

I  hoan^ hor sob. iny mothpr heart
With yearniijg liliod, to sootlio and 

ehoer,
Yet I  refrained, and iti hor sloop 
i l y  babe still lay sobbint; there.

*Twaa niidnlpht whon I foU. a touch—
A fevor’d hauct- 
ed on the corner lot ho hud hold a t  the 
muz/.le of a Winchester for twenty-f pletlge against drinking was 

slrickcn out. All tlio otlu*rs stood, with 
tho dis tinct understanding tha t every man 
living in Logo must sign tho comjmct. 
When tho i>ap(‘r had b«'en circulated 
through tho audiencre ami was returned 
?o Brother John ho fouml th a t  not a man 
in the town had been nii.ssod.
“Where does tho boom come in on this 

tiling?” askt*d Thompson Travis, s 
put it into tho minds of the boomers from 
liido, Reno and .^larlow to appear a t  the 
meeting. And It was cortainly his evil 
influence which suggested to them that 
the success of tho scheme meant the suc-
cess of Logo in ' the metropolitan race. 
H is nex t suggestion, naturally, was tho 
advisability of disseminating tlie informa-
tion up and dowTi tho trail th a t  Logo was 
going unarmed; th a t  she had to the last 
man swore oft from lighting for two 
weeks; tha t hor fighting men had agreed 
to take insults and tu rn  the other cheek 
whon struck.
“We uns must s tay  together,"  said Col-

onel Miles a t  a whispered caucus of the 
visiting iKiomers held in tho stage ollice. 
“Bu t what the hell can we do to break 
It up? I  know none o’ my fellers will 
come here to raise a row when they hear 
this whole town’s under a pledge not to 
fight.”
“Git up your rapscallions,” said “Pony” 

Sanders,  moaning In the language of that 
country, the men who browbeat the Inof- 
fensire and dofonsoloss, who take advan-
tage of every opportunity to blufi and 
who are ' ambitious to cut a  notch on 
their gun handles whonover tho thing can 
be done without tho least danger to them-
selves.
Tho devil first appeared to Logo in a 

cloud of dust a t  2  o’clock in the afternoon 
of the Tuesday following ^theso events, 
which rose from the old F o rt Supply trail  
going toward Lido. In  the gray dust 
cloud there  was an  occasional red gleam 
and a  loud report mingled with a yell

w'hich struck upon many an car in Logo 
with a most familiar sound. Soon the 
horso and rider canii*‘into clearer view 
and then Thompson Travis p»)inted his 
linger down the trail and saifl:
"Tha r  cMtmes Lum Padgett back agin.” 
“ Damn mo if ’ta in’t." growled Otis El- 

dritlge. “Wiial'll we do to him?”
"W ha t  kin we do? We're under oath, 

and th a t  varmint Itnows it.”
Logo shook with indignation a t  the re-

tu rn  of Lum Padgett . Three months be-
fore he had been run out of town for 
quarrelsomen<*8s. cowardice, blutling. 
cheating and general cussodness and 
warned iu»t to come back. Since then he 
had bc»en driven out of a dozen towns, but 
had finally settled down in Lido on parole 
—tha t is, with the understanding that In 
rase of any mlsundorstanding he might 
get into ho was to be prcsuuK'd guilty 
until proven innocent.
Lum fired a half  dozen shots as he 

reached the R»'<1 Light, whore he throw 
his cayuso back on the haunches and took 
a look a t the crowd, which by this time 
ha saloon. I will go 
Inside an’ call Ter a drink by myself. That 
crowd of coyotes'll be there, an’ if they’ve 
got the grit lo bai-U up what they said 
they’ll kill me for cornin' lia<-k here an’ 
vi(datin’ what they call the social code 
o’ this town. 1 may havo to die. but if I 
«lo, gentlemen, I ’ll dio gamo and lilled with 
bullet holes. I f  not. an’ tl'iey take my 
rlaro. I ’ll whistle an’ the crowd’ll take 
drinks on me."
And th a t  Is how and why Otis Eldridge 

threw open the door of “Old ’70 .” where 
the “coyotes" were asseinble r-»

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THE WATB.
PU B L IS H ED  E V E R Y  SATURDAY, 

JAS .  KEENAW, P roprietor .

O F F IC E ; K E ENAN ,  BLOCK, 

r o c k a w a y  b e a c h ,  l .  I .

Su b s c r ip t i o n  $2 p e r  y ea r ,  in  aclvanco.

ADVF.RTismo nATR CAlin.

T O P IC S O F  T H E  T IM E S .
A CHOICE  SELECTION  OF  INTER -

EST IN Q J T E  M S.

C om m en t s  n n tl  C r l t i c i s m a  U a s c d  U p o n  

t h e  I ln n p cn InBB  o f  t h e  D a y—U I b - 

t o r i c u l  a n d  N ew s  Notca*

Good, Bound b u s i n e s s  j u d g m e n t  Is 
one of t h o  b u s t  collaternls a  b a n k  ciiu 
can-y nowadays.

Lolo Fu lle r  1ii\ h had many  snitcr.s, 
hu t  Sunator Can to r  of New VorU sueius 
to  have won In a  walk.

T h e  h igh  b a t  nuiaanco in  Amorioiui 

thea troa  is  complo to ly  oiiti lonu in 

J ap an .  On p aym ou t  of  a Hinall f«5u 

ntt a u d i to r  is uHaweil to  ulund up d u r -

in g  tho porforinancc .

T ea n u t  fa rm ing  in  G foa t B rita in  is 

m uch  m o re  gene ra l thmi HUppoHed by 

m any. O n t  of n . a r ly  33.000.000 

acres  of cii ltivatfid latu l in ’05, n(!arly

28.000.000 were occnpiud by toniujts.

N o t  lonf' af,n> tho United  SmtcH 
Oovornmun t wuh  aslcotl tii a i)propriatu

51 .000.000 for the Hnppre.ssioti of the 

Rnssifin th iatlo  in th e  northwL-si, Xow 
a Sou th  D .ikotu mill owner hivH olV^ri^d 

S I . 50 a ton  for all the  tliistluH wliioli 

iiDiy bo d e livered  a t  his factory. He 
Hays i t  is nea r ly  «a good aa con) for 
fuel.  _________________

One wijo hus m ade  a s tudy  of dys* 
pepsin  c la ims th a t  in  a largo nninlier 

of oases the  d is tu rb anoe  is dne  to  the 

use of la rd. H e  snggesls  th e  l iberal 

nso of beef tallow to tho ixcliision  of 
uU p o rk  fa t  aa  a  remedy. Ho says a 

pe rson  who is fond  of “ grease"  can 

au tiira te  bis food  In th is  w ith no t 

aii l t ing  d igestive  d isorder.

Tho  oflicors o f th e  Puilude lph  

p ub l ic  l ib ra ry  say th a t  as this deserip* 
• l ion  of  in s t i tu t io n  grow^ in age t iu  

d em aud  fo r  l ig h t  l i te ru tn re  decreases 

th ^ re  be ing  a  co r re spond ing  inet'usse 
in  tho  dem and  fo r  u more substan tia l  

ttr ticlc . Tho  ru le  ot tho Philadolplji 

l ib r a ry  pe rm its  a  render  to have two 

books o u t  a t  one  time, b u t  on ly  one 

book  of  fic tion is allowed.

If  Iho Spaniards had aopei)ted Unele 
Sam’s  offer of .?100 .u0().0(i0 for Cul)a 
rorty or fifty years  n^o tlioy would be 

V abou t .$.'{00 ,000,000  bo lter oa*.

movoment has been s ta r ted  by New 
•k minister.^ to boycott the Gotham  

nowapapers and  ‘‘o«tabliHli an  Ideal 
dally." This Is Indeed a f.rfnk country.

.Tust as  the dlMcovery Is made th a t  
lot of Tennossee negroes a re  tu rn ing  

white along (-•omes a  scien tis t  w ith  the 
annoiuuMMnent th a t  “ .\nuMicnn« nre  be- 
corning Indians.” The only m i l  Aluer. 

are Indians.

A comnu'rcla l eontomporary assortH 
la t  pa ten t nu'dlclnes have hecomo de- 

nionill^ieU and  prices have gone all to 
Iilcces. W ha t  else eouhl logically ox* 
peirtedV A pa ten t medicine a lw ay s  Is 
tt d rug  on the market, anyway.

New York paper rem arks  tha t 
m any  now objects to American 

sausages,” and adds: “They a re  al* 
! growling over there .” W e can 

hardly blame Germany for ob jecting  
lo a sausage  tha t Is continually  grow l-
ing;. __________

Tim T reasu ry  P ep a r :m en t  announces 
th a t  tt new  eounlerfeli  tflO bill has  been 
engraved reccnlly. 'J’hn fellows who 
did It prolmhly will u tarvo to doallj, 
for they will be unable  to  work olV a 
ill of th a t  Klze jiowadays w llhout ex-

citing sii.splrion.

A hcraUlic a u th o r i ty  in  th e  S a tu r -

day  Keviow c ru e lly  says t h a t  ou t  of 

tho 231 w o rthy  men who form  tho 
L ondon  Common Oouucil, only three 

a r e  lega lly  “ geu tlomon .” Th is  must 

bo ft shock  to  th e  228 who aro  accused 
o f  a p p ro p r ia t in g  from  old families, 

witii  whom they  have no connection  

tho crests , tho  noblo mottoes , and  tho 
complioatod qua rto r ing s  which they 

boar so p roudly .

Tho Mompliis Commercial Appea |

■ flays: Tho on«looker in  l i te ra tu re  may 

well ask h im self where tlio buuior 
tho  Now H um o r  comes in. Gertaiuly 

tho  d ia to r tio tis  in o r th o g rap hy  have 

long  siuce ceased to  i)osses"i th e  risible  

olomont.  T he ro  is no th ing  funny  

Haying “ di)’’ and  ‘Mat" for “ the”  and  

“ th a t , ” and  the  man on tho a le r t  for 
a laugh  bus a r ig h t  to  dem and  th a t  a 

joku  shall have a po in t  to it, and  thal 

t h e re  shall be som e th ing  ossenlially 

hum orou s  in  t l ia t  which is labelled 

h u m o r . _____________________

W r i t in g  in  S c r ib u e r 's  on tho onb' 

jeot of ill-advised Sundav-school l i t e r  

o ture , Miss A g n ts i  U epp lie r  observes, 
am ong  o th e r  th ings, thn t no th ing  

m ore  unwholesome for ch i ld ren  than  

dejec tion ,  which is eapeoially p e rn i-

c ious when served  ou t  to  young  folks 

i ll th e ir  l i te ra ry  food. “ I t  is ,  time  

we a dm it te d ,” she says,  “ even in to  

re lig ious  lic tion , some of tho eonsoioua 
joys  of a no t  a l toge th e r  misurablo  

w orld .”  Miss RcppUer instauees tho 

case of  a l i t t le  nine*year-old house-

m aid  who was uca t,  capable  and  good* 

ton:iporod, b u t  so pe rp e tu a lly  down* 

cast t h a t  s)ie th row  a cloud  over tho 

s p i r i ts  of all ab ou t  her. Boforo 
long  tho  cause of m elancholy  wui 

discfivcred, in  tbe  shape  of a 

book  p u rp o r t in g  to  give tho experi-
ence of a m iss ionary  in  a la rg e r  city. 
Tho book  was m ade up  of  nino sepa-

r a te  s to r ie s ,  w ith t i t les  as followst 
“ Tho In t id e l ,”  “ Thu Dy ing  B anke r ,” 

“ The  D rnnka rd 'f l  D e a th ,” “ The  M i-
se r ’s D e a th ,” “ T h e  n o sp i t i i l , ” “ The

W an d e re r ’s D im th ,” “ Tho D y ing  S h ir t  

M a k e r ,"  “ Tho  B rok e n  H e a r t , ” “ Tho 

D e s t i tu te  P o o r . ” No wonder  tho l i t -

t l e  housemftid  h ad  no sp ir i ts  left a fter 

t a r r y in g  in  su ch  a l i te ra ry  m ortuary  

c h ape l  as  th a t ,  adm its  the  New York 
Observer. C h i ld ren  need to  have th e i r  

sym pa th ie s  t ra in ed ,  as well  as the ir  

w its, b u t  t h e i r  is  no sense in  de lug ing  

thorn, w ith  tho  so r row s  of tho  world. 

N o th in g  can  moko up  to a  boy o r  g ir l  

f n r  ihQ loss o f  ltd Unppy» exube ran t  

obiiubood*

ii rc a t  d iscouragements , for uniny year.<. 
T ho  favo rite  Uadlcal cry In Kngland, 
“U ganda  should be abiindoncKl,” which 
has  been repeated  more often than 
Cato’s denuind for the demolition of 
Carthago, may now well be hushed.

To  find on any  good map of Asia tho 
City of  Klrln , which by the new  trea ty  
Is to be tho junc tion  of the Russian 
and  Chinese ra ilw ay  systems, d raw  a 
line west from Vladlvostock, a nd  an- 
otlier northensl from I ’ort  A rthu r;  tho 
Junction of the two fstralght lines will 
fall near  K lrln . Now d raw  a s tra igh t  
lino from K lr ln  no rthw est to Irku tsk ; 
th is  will show appro.xlnmtely the routo 
of tho Siberian Hallway through 
Northern  Mantchuvla. Tho Chinese 
ra ilw ay  runn ing  no rtheast from Tlent-  
.sln Is to be ex tended  to Klrln , and  will 
hav(* a  b ranch  t(j P o r t  A rthur. As 
M an tchu rla  is about as  big a s  Texas, 
In abou t the sam e  la titude as  Now 
Y(»rk, has  above :5,00().000 people, and 
plen ty  of fertile  soil, the  coming devel-
opment will be very great.

Science 1ms dlyooverwl an  Infall ible 
te s t  of typhoid fever In what Is known 

the blood test.” A drop of Idood 
tak en  from the lobe of the ear, o r  tho 
tip  of the  linger of a suspected ty -
phoid patien t,  and  sen t to the labo ra-
tory  on a  card. Is mixed with ste rilized 
w a te r  and  u f raction  of It put (m a  ml 
eroseople  Kllde. To this a drop, o r  ii 
portion of a dr«»p. of pure  typhoid  cul 
tu re  Is add«!d. 'I'he slUh* Is tlujn pu t  
under  th e  microscope. I f  the  bacilli 
move and  keep separate , there  Is m 
phold In the blood of the person under  
exam ination . If  the  bacilli c luste r and  
s ta y  quiet,  typhoid e.xlsts. or else has  
ex is ted  In ihe system  within six y( 
a  m a tte r  which can bo very cMislly 
lea rned  fronj the patien t himself, 
febrile  diseases, no malaria, o r any  
o th e r  malady  In the blood will causo 
th is  concentration  of bacilli. The  te s t  
Is therefo re  absolute .

There Is an  old gentlem an In I la r r l  
n County, Georgia, who Is 80 y ears  ol 

age and  has novnr ridden on » 
t ra in  or taken  a  ujeal a t  any  kind ol 
public house. H is son died In an  ad jo in  
Ing town las t week and  lu* refused  to 
au end  his funera l because ho would 
have to ride on the cars.

An ex traord inary  a t ta ck  of conscience 
seized upon a young New Vork book 
keeper the o ther day. He had takei 
from a house whicli he vlHlled fo r  g«lus poi)ulatl'^n. It will not do to «ay 
th a t  these per.sons should  have read the 
newwspapers. Most of them  do. Solo-
mon had something to sny of  the Im- 
posj5lbmiy of removing his folly from a 
fool even If he be brayoil In U nmrtar,

The report come.s from California  
tha t an  a ttem p t  Is to be made there  
.soon to construct an alr.shlp on a  large 
scale. I t  Is to be made chiefly of a lu -
minum, Us to be alK>ut iiOO feet In length, 
and the money Is to come from the sale  
of shares  In a  stock company. 'I'hls 
will make the .second California  airsh ip  
of the year. The o ther had  no dllll 
eulty h) sailing lu tho air, fo r  It was 
constructed entirely of fevered Imag-
ination. J t Is not expected th a t  the 
sail ing qualities o f this la te r  c r a f t  will 
be any  more n table t>r go beyopd a SMile 
of stock.

In an  artic le  In one of the New York 
papers on the la te  whiskers of John  
L. Sullivan, a prize ilghter and  abso r-
bent of alcohol, po r tra its  were given 
of tho razor w ith  which sa id  whiskers 
were removed and  also of the mug 
which held the b rush  and  soap. To 
the unpractlced eye they looked a l-
most tho flame a s  any  o ther  mug and  
razor, bu t tho se rvice to which they  
were dedicated gave to them  a  pecu-
liar sanc tity  In tb s  eyes of the  ectltoi* 
of tho newspaper. P ic tu re s  of  Mrs. 
Astor's  ash  barrels  and  Mr. V ander’ 
bli t’s  toothpicks a re  nex t to  be eX' 
pected. ________________

As lllustnitlUK the pos^Ihllltles of de- 
b»y th a l  oonfront the person who tries 
to got any th ing  done by a  government 
d epartm en t,  l.ord Wolseley has been 
rela ting  thl.s anecdote: When bo 
Instructed to go to  Khartoum  he made 
ou t a  formal requis it ion for a  camel 
,sarlces, while the  Chl- 

‘ g rea tly  value the dried sk in  for 
making  the gela tinous .soups to  which 
they a re  so par tla l .—Homo Notes.

A .  E .

S E .  A
. KAREL5EN,

A r v c r n e - b y - t l i e - S c a  a n d  E d i ' c i n c r e

REAL ■ ESTATE -  BROKERS.
Lots for Sale. Cottagei to Ren t  or For Sale Kutttislicd or Unfiirnishrd.

Arverne Depot, and 
5 9  L ib e rty , N. V.

The rtladmrgcd omploypa of the v a r i-
ous BUS co.niMiilL-s lu Now York which 
were rcuuiitly inorKod lu a  tru s t  p ro-
pose to  hold a  so r t  o( ejtporlcnco meot- 
liiK iiud I’elatu  some of  the Intcrestlug 
pn if tk 'o s  of Uiu eouipnuk'S lu couoout- 
lu): th i 'l r  gas  bills, Thu luen assurt 
th a t  It Is not uucouiiuon fo r  tho com- 
paulils to Inject liberal quautlt les  o£ 
a ir  Into tho gasplpos, aud  th a t  the cou- 
sun iur pays for th is  m ix ture  a t  tho reg -
u la r  gas  prlee. " F n s t” uiotora also aro 
used, which rcg lstor a  larger cousunip- 
tiou of  gas thau  the ac tua l cousump- 
tlou. 'I 'hese nppear to  be ouly h in ts  ot 
w ha t  the discharged ouiployes can  di-
vulge, aiu t they  servo to whet the appe-
ti te  to r  more. Tho average  household-
e r  is a  babe on the  sub jec t o f  gas me-
ters. l i e  reposes a  blind faith  lu the 
mete,", o r  ol.'ie lapses Into a  w eak  sub -
serv iency  to  the methods of tho com-
pany, which he has  found badlo his uu- 
der-standlng. He shu ts  up his house for 
a  month, and  dlscovens th a t  the  gaa 
m eter  has  neglected to take  any  vaca-
tion, He ecouondzds a no ther  moufh, but 
his bill falls  to recognize Ids self saerl- 
llce. He goes b lustering  to the gas 
eoiupany, ami Is referred  back to  that 
inscru tab le  meter.  I t  Is a  (piestlon al-
ways of su rrende r  o r  no gas, and ,  ol 
course, he surrenders . I f  these New 
York employes will throw  soujo light 
on the  methods employed they  will be 
hailed as  pidillc biuiefactors.  Teople 
nuiy not objcct so much to being rob-
bed, bu t It Is exce.sslvely annoying  not 
to know bow It has  been accomplished,

*fftnpet(al (l3otel
ROCKAWAY PARK STATION

C o rn e r  Hou lov  a n d  K lflb  Avonuo,

Rockawajr Beach L. I,
p .  O ,  BOX 4 8 ,  H. BREMAN PROP .

Open all  th e  yea r  Kuunil

m a r  a b r a l ) a n » 6  

Tonsorial Parlor,
CbUbreu’s Hair Cutttno a 

spcciaU?.

NOTARY PUBLIC
Ladies* Bangs cut uiid Curlod, Imported 
and Uumestic Segues, Cigurettos and 

Tobacco 

U-O-U-L-K-V.A-K-l)

Corner of Henry St, llocltaway reach , L. I.

Joseph Jeirorson has taken  up tho 
cudgels  ag a in s t  undue  a th le tic  tm ln lng ,  j in affairs  w 
which, he says, “kills off more people  i t i ........ .

.Tosoph B. McCullagh was one o f  the 
ohl race of Jourmills ts, strong, de te r-
mined, rudely vigorous, terrlflcally par- 
t isan , who have made history In this  
country. H e  possessed Indomltablo 
cou riigeand  those physical characterise- 
t l t^  tha t In all ages havo been round 
essential to successful and  continued 
leadiM'shlp. He had an uneacLty for ha rd  work; his persistence at 
the  ta.sks he  took upon himself  
someth ing  formidable; his sole thought 
was for bis newsi)aper and  his  Inte rest 

lore purely  Journalistic 
th a t  of any  man of his time. To

th an  it cures,  The  s t ra in  underndnes 
the systoju, forccs the h ea r t  to a  task  
far beyond Its powers, and  a s  a  result 
thei*e Is a  collapao of the life machinery  
long before th e  appointed time." ,Mr. 
Jefferson says th a t  ho met r .aw rence  
Uarrelt some years  ago  on a s t ree t  cor-
ner lu Boston, a nd  B a r re t t  sa id  he was 
waiting for a  c a r  .to take  nlm to a gym -
nasium. “AVbat’s the m a t te r  w ith  walk-
ing?" said .lefferson: “ th a t 's  b e t te r  ex-
ercise than  you v.Mll get a t  tho gyni- 
iiaalum and  it  will save  you the  trouble  
&f going .there.”

The  New York T ribune  s ta te s  th a t  
Uganda, the “I ’ear.l of Africa," is m ak -
ing rapidly progress lu civilization. A 
ra r l ln n ien t  has  been established, to -
ge ther w ith oxcellent police a nd  postal 
systems, and  tho Ivlpg has  learned  to 
read and  write  KngUsh. Thp crodlt for 
All this m us t very largely be glvop to 
Christian missionaries, who havo been 
dlllgcutly  a t  w'ork there , o f teu  am id

him the globe was a li tt le  thing com* i 
pared  w ith the St. Louis Globe-Demo- 
crat.  l i e  w as a  m as te r  of fence, kpe\Y 
the tierce and  carte  of public d iscus-
sion thoroughly, bu t  preferred th e  flail. 
H e  had  a  burly  ha tred  of can t anc^ hum -
bug and  sm ug  double  dealing and  w«s 
cruelly  desli'uctlvo of eonvenleiU pro-
tense. In  the duys before “Journallstlo 
en terprise"  bociimo jv descrip tion of 
profligate expenditure  ho w as a  marvel 
of daring. Kven In his decleuBlon i l r .  
McCullagh was an  Importan t tlgure In 
American  public life, a  strong, com-
mand ing  man, who looked upon tho 
world  coolly, loved bis work aud  per-
formed It w ith  power and  courage. H is 
dea th  Is a g rea t  loss to  th e  public llfo 
of Aujerlca, bu t a  g rea te r  loss to single- 
m inded and  intelllgeiit Journalism.

P r inoG ss  Tom  o l‘ A lusku .
Prof. L. L. Dy<‘he. of K ansas ,  ba.s re-

lum ed  from Alaska. I 'ro f. Dyche went 
to Cook's  Inlet, and  o.spcclally In search  
of n a tu ra l  h is tory  specimens. Uo a s -
cended to tho source of tho Knlk river 
w ith a n  organized oxpodltlon, which 
was a  success, a l thaugh  the obstnaclea 
to bo oyoi'como were ai>palllng. Ho 
met I’rUice.ss 'rom, a faKftiUs Y uku ta t 
princess, w ea lthy  beyond all  other 
A laskans. 8 he has  .'?15,(X)0 In ^ 0  gold 
pieces, On her  righ t  a rm  she wears  
ilvo bracelets, each bammerc07 50U  \Vii.st;{5tlj S t 
Uupab'lilt: a  Spuciidty

OcorttniH p* O. Ho

HARHY DARDE,
Uutn>*r n f  u l l  I

rujii: lujiui,
Mud i tm u l t  M v » » u S

In  a  recen t spocch a t  T lampton 
Booker T. AVashlngtou, tlio no ted  Ala-
b am a  negro, said : “As a  race, I bo- 
llevo wo a re  to work  ou t ou r  salvation , 
work It ou t w ith  pen  and  Ink, w ork  It 
out w ith  squa re  and  compass, w ork  It 
ou t w ith saw  and  hammer, work it out 
w ith  spade and  plow, work It c u t  w ith  
horse power and  s team  power, w ork  It 
out on the farm , In the shop, school 
room, .sewlng-room, tho ofllce, and  In all 
of li fe 's  call ings. As boforo the 
the negro was bound to the w h ite  nraiv 
by slavery, so now he must be bouiYd to 
him  by community of Interest* Hero 
a t  Hampton  we have  not alouo tbo  sign 
of progress, bu t  the reality . T h e re  Is 
no position, bowevor high. In s cience or 
le tters o r  politics th a t  1 would w ith -
hold from my race, bu t 1 would havo 
ihe foundation suro.”

l ^ C o i d  and wood dclivcTCd at your dooi 
at clly prices.

AvoiiUM u-imI  K .  K ..  Uoi ktMVuy

PIAKOS RENTED
FOR THE SUMMER

By

P, SAUER
_  SEA S I D E ___

” b 7 e d e l s t e i n

I R e w  l ^ o i i ?  B a h e r ^

B o T J L l e - V A C i r  < 3 .

near Lincoln Avenue.

W ES T  AHVERNE '-

Tho people  shouia  be ta ugh t  to  bo 
gooi), b u t  (t Is Ju st as  ImporUi^it th a t  
Oiey bo filso tftUKht not to  w h Ub  tj iolr 
gooflufiSB oUtrustvB,

><‘n n i i l y  o f  l l l t t c i iB  on i!  Fqnfrreltfc.,
On the farm  of Amos M. Collins, iw>ar 

Balnbrldge, 0 .,  dwells a  most cu r ious-
ly assorted  family, p resided oyor by a 
demure  house cat.  Several v*'ceks ago 
Tabby  gave b ir th  to  a  palv of h ea lthy  
kittens. When old enough to  g e t abou t 
they went oa a  foraging expedition lu  
a wood near  by, accompanied by tho 
mother. In the ir  Journey they discov-
ered a  gray squ irre l 's  nest.  In which 
two young squirrels  lay  sleeping. Tho 
curiosity o.‘ the k ittens  w as  aroused, 
and  tUoy uoon made frlouds w ith  tho 
aiu lrro ls , and  while the mo ther  c a t  s a t  
contentedly on a  log k ittens  and  squ ir  
re ls enjoyed a  frolic. When It finally 
became dusk  tho ca t  qnlckly took one 
of the squirrels  In h e r  mouth a n d  c a r -
ried It to  tho farm , re tu rn ing  fo r  the 
o ther one in a  few  mliiu tes. T he  equlT' 
rels a re  now safely  housed w ith  tho 
kittens, a nd  the ca t  w atches  ove r  tho 
children of her  adoption aa carefu lly  

iver-her own offspring.

HOTEL IIHEII
F IFTH  AVENUE , riOCKAWAY BEACHj

I Minute lor K, k .  l>c| o t, 2 Hliiiitsa troiii O tuo .

FISlflNU, SU'IU- & S'L’ILL 
WATER r,\TllINC} 

1RocUa\va\) iBeacb %, H.
F l u s r  R  ; 3 r A U R A N T

J .  KNGIiROCK PROP

x o u  JUiU'i i o r  L fCHcrip t ton .
A costeruiuoiger, while t rund lii ig  hla 

apple-laden c a r t  down a Londomstreet,  
WiUJ ru n  Into by a  coaching part^ '.  Tbo- 
coster’s c a r t  got the worst o f  Irt, losing 
a  wheel a u d  Its ruddy  frel^shc being 
sca tte red  all  over  th e  s treet.  tlThwdrlver 
o f  th e  coach cam e  back  to soitlo. fo r  tho  
damage ,  and  expected  to  c*onie/ln for 
volley of choice cursing. But; th o  cos-
te r  looked a t  bis cart.  looUed/Jit h is ap ; 
pies, looked a t  th e  coach, aud  llnally 
gasped  ou t:  “Guv’ner, d e re  eyen’t  uo 
w ord  for It!"

The  only love in th o  world  t h a t  sepma 
to am oun t to  ony tb lng  is tho iovo 
tween  m o ther  ap4  <\a\igbter, Wo ftb 
w ays  gp to  tUo depot,  t h e  d ay  boforo 
C hris tm as to  mother#  a n d  daugU' 
te rs  Hiee^

The  corporation must give up Its mys-
tery. Us business must be be tte r  un-
derstood. I ts  ofllcei’s must cease to 
bleed it. I ts  stockholders must be pro-
tected from the trices of those who 
manage only nominally for them . The 
fam iliar Cipectacle ot'-'olllcei's getting 
rich am i corporations going Into b ank -
ruptcy uiust pass  away. Corporations 
must be as free to go before the Legls- 
laturiNS aa a re  individuals and  m us t 
havo the aame trea tment. .^•‘i !•

! i

The  Ki’ojit Musio lliil l 'b fgun ,  ouee tho  
pride  of Boston, whleU'haH beeu s tored  
In a  shell I'or tho la s t  to u  years, Is to bo 
sold. I t  <-ost moi'i! th a n  .$(10,000 , and  
welKlied nearly  seven ty  tons. I t  waa 
ll iilshed on Oet, iil, JSUIi, anil the  public 
was luvUed to  b;.'ar It on Nov, 2. Au 
ode was wi-ltton by l l r s ,  .Tames T. 
Fields, and  w as  recited by Miss Char- 
lo tto  Cushnuin. Allhoutjh It w as look-
ed upon a lm os t  a s  u sacreil  th ing  andi 
rel'e rred to a s  " th e  hope of  a r t  lu  fu -
tu re  years ,” It w as kicked ou t lu  1881; 
because more room fo r  th e  pe rm aneu t;  
o rches tra  w as needed.

'V ,

Some men th ink  when they  got aj 
telifgrnm th a t  they must ac t  ludlfTerent 
a s  if  they wove used to  It. '



A
PoR flib Ic  C u r e  f o r  C n n c c r .
A nu ss la i i  pliy.sielaii. Doctor Den- 

IsonUo, hiKs boon oxperlnuMitlUR wltli  
tlio 8up of  tlio  "w iir tw ort,” a  p lan t  of 
tl ie  Hpui’go family, a s  a i)osslb!e c u n  
caiieyr. I n  a  St. Po tu rshu rg  mctlieal 
journal ho jftvc.s p/i rtieulara  of seven 
CHSi'H In which  ho h a s  applied  the  trea t 
int*nt with api>areiit success. Tho «ap 
of the w a r tw o r t  is of a  poisonous nu 
ture, and  can  bo ustMl only  unde r  care  

 ^ ‘ fu l  medical supervision.

V 'h yX -ItuyB  Diirn tl ic  Skiu.
Mr. T esla  al«o points out, In the  Eloc* 

 ^ tr icul Uovlew, w ha t he considers to bo 
;'*> th e  cause of the s ingu la r  sunbu rn  e f-

fec ts  produced  by X -rays {nipluglng 
upon  the hands. I t  is not the rays 

^  them se lves which cause  tiie in jury , he 
^ «ays, bu t th e  ozone K(!iu‘ra ted  by them  

in  contact w ith  the sjiin. Nitrous ucld, 
proih iced electrically  from the nitrogen 
in  the air ,  nuiy  also be respcjnsible to a 
sm a ll  ex ten t.  The  best m eans of pro-
tec ting  th e  hands  la to p reven t the  ac -
cess  of a i r  to  them  while the  exposure 
Is  going on. Th is  may bo accomplished 
b y  lmuiorsl6n In oil. ‘

I / '

F e r t n i z l r i t f  w i t h  I v lo c t r 'c  ty ,
Sir. N ikola  T»>shi, th(* eh.’ctrlca l expert  

and  Inventor, has  recently  suggested  
the  possibility  of employii»g electric ity  
a s  a  ferti l is ing  agen t for the soil. The 
cu rren ts  produc(*d by perfected  electri-
cal oscillators. he says, a re  capable  of 
causing  the  chemical combination  of 
th e  n itrogen  w ith  the oxygon of the  at-  
ino.sphere. I f  th is combination were 
carried  on upon an  Industria l scale, 
'Which he thinlw Is possible, then  the 
produc t could  bo usod a s  a fertilizer, 
a n d  hi h is poln ion the benefits to hu- 
nmuity  would bo incalculable.

I P l n i i t a  t h u t  I 'o l l o w  M an .
In  New' Z ea land  no less than  five hun -

d red  species of p lan ts  have been in tro -
duced and  acclimated  since th e  coloni-
zation  o f  the Is lands. T he  presence 
o f  th(‘so p lan ts  there  Is ascribed, d irec t-
ly  or Indirectly , to the presence of civ-
il ized  man. Tlu>y have followed him, 
[anti, curiously (Miough, h ave  driven  be-
fo re  them  .some of the p lan ts  Indlgenou.'i 
ito  the .soil. Most of the Invaders  a re  
annill species, ye t  they have i)revaIlod 
o v e r  hirge aiul vigorous n a tive  species, 
i l a n  Is a  coiuiueror, and  i) lants and  ani- 
,mals which a jo  ab le  to th r ive  in  his 
presence, and  under  the conditions 
;M'iiich he  c reates , a re  overrunn ing  the 
world In the wake  of his conquests.

j >Procyoii*H Cniiipaninn*
Many y ea rs  ago  th e  g rea t  German 

m athem a tic ian .  Ressel, announced  th a t  
l>otli S ir iu s  and  Trocyon—popularly  
Jcnown a s  th e  dog-stai*s—possessed In-
v isible companions revolving a round  
them . H e  w/is led to ti l ls  conclusion by 
B tu d y in g  thi:  motions o f  those s ta rs .  In 

th e  companion  of  S irius was  dls* 
covor(»d witli  th e  te lescope, nud du ring  
th e  pre.sent y e a r  I t  has  iHMippeared, 
ftftt.-r be ing  Invisible fo r  s ix  years  
th rough  too close proxim ity  to Ita bril-
l ian t  com rade. Qul<*kly follow ing the 
r eappea rance  of Sirius* companion has 
a lso  come the d iscovery of the  compan-
ion  of 1‘rocyon, W’hlch had  n ever  been 
seen  until  P ro fe sso r  Schaeb.-)rle c augh t 
t3iglit o f  It w ith  the  g rea t  lelesc*ope of 
(the L ick Observatory  a  fev weeks ago. 
I t  is  a  ve ry  m inu te  s ta r ,  of only the 
jthlrteentli magnitude.

A.jrt.aall T re e  In New  Jersey .
^ .T ru nk s  of trees  changed  to stone, 
froiJi w h ich  nuig iddcent specimens of 
banded  aga^te can  be cut,  iire found  In 
t h e  Yellowstone Valley, In Arizona, and  
■elsewhero In th e  AVest, bu t ea s t  o f  tlie 
jMis.slssippI sucli  th ings a re  very  rare , 
llecently , however, a  foswll tree, be-
longing  to  the  i)lne family, w as  dlscov- 
^rcKl a t  L lndenwold, New Jersey .  Tlie 
t i ’unk, o r  w ha t  rem ains of It, Is twenty- 
pix feet long, seven  and  one-half feet 
Jn d iam e te r  a t  the  la rg e r  end  and  rap* 
Idly tap e r ing  for a  d is tance  of  twelve 
^ect to  a  point where, when living, It 
tmd b ranched . A t th is  place th e  d iame-
t e r  Is s t i l l  no les.s th an  live feet. The 
nvood h a s  been completely  slllcUlod, bu t 
janfortunately  the  s t ru c tu re  Is so frag ile  
th a t  a t tem p ts  to  ob ta in  a  section of It 
have fallefl.

S h o t  Ahead  o f  A rtiio r  Asalii*
Only a  few  years  ago  a  process was 

d?8t*overed by m eans of which the a r -
mor p la te s  of w a r  ships could be so 
h ard ened  the face th a t  the  best pro-
jec ti les  iv^jre sh a t te red  on strik ing  
them . T h is  w a s  regarded  a s  a  decisive 
victory fo r  tm u o r  over guns. Recently, 
liowever, the  tnbloa h ave  been tu rned  
once more. T he  l l r s t  step, according 
to  the  Scientific  American , w’as  the 
p lac ing  of a  cap of so f t  ateol o» the 
lM)lnt o f  the  projectile. T h is  enabled 
the sh o t  to  penetmtD the a rm o r  p late  
by lu 'eventlng  the b reak ing  of the 
J30ln t. T hen  Increased velocity was 
g iven  t(> the  shot by the  use o^ Improved 
il)(»tt'der. T h e  resu lt  was th a t  a  alx-Iuoli 
iso'liil s h o t  w i s  «en t th rough  ten luehos 
.of f-jw>Ai-hardeiled Steel, twelve Ineliea of 
•oak-backing and  three  additiona l 
•plates, each  soyen-slxtoenths of an  
in ch  thick, a f t e r  ^vhlch the sho t prac- 
Ttleally un impaired ,  burled  Itself  eight 
}feet In a  b ank  of sand. The  experl-  
ffnents w ere  m ade  In this country, and  
bo th  th e  b e s t  a rm o r  and  the best sj jpts 
a re  o f  Anit-»rlcaii Invention.

E lghT siio te  u( a  Uour.
Boarfl o r  o th e r  w ild  attlmulfl which 

tak e  up  the  p rac tic ‘d of prey ing  on  do-
m estic  c rea tu re s  will becomo very  Iw)4 
i f  le f t  practlcally^.-uopioleflted fo r  a

tlrae. A .^ ew apape r  of Eugene, Ore., 
tells  how the sheepfolds, plg-pens and  
heu-i‘oosts]of a  locality  n e a r  t h a t  town 
were ravaged  by a  cer ta in  black  boar 
un til he seemed to have acqu ired  a  no -
t ion th a t  all thq domostlc an im als  of 
the neighborhood were his especial 
p roperty , and  th a t  no one would In ter-
fe re  w ith  his en joymen t of  them. He 
frigh tened -w om en  and  children, and  
became the te rro r  of the region.
One Sa tu rday  night he killed seven 

sheep  which belongc-d to Mr. W. W ork -
man. The  nex t day  Mr. W orkm an  re* 
nialnwl qiilotly a t  honu*, no t caring  to 
employ the S abbath  In a  ra id on tho 
audac ious . beast o f prey, and  hard ly  
Kuppasing th a t  he would  re tu rn  Imme-
d iately ; bu t th a t  day  the b ea r  came 
hito the grounds and  a t tacked  a  couple 
of hog.s.
Mr. W orkman heard  the  anl:iialr-t' 

squealing. Ascerta in ing  the c ause  of it, 
he summoned a  neighbor, Mr. Arnold, 
and  with several dogs the two men 
liurrkHl In pu rsu it  o f the boar, which 
by this time was m ak ing  off tow ard  
hla re trea t  on Cache C reek Mountain. 
One of the pigs wa.s sti ll equealing, a nd  
th is  gulde(^ tho pur.suor.s.
Mr. Workman  necured a  sho t a t  the  

bear, bu t missed. T he  dogs then treed 
him; the hun ters  came up. and  Mr. A r-
nold sen t a sho t a t  the  b e a r  which 
brought hiih to tho gi*ound. wounded, 
bu t s till In fighting trim . Then  tho dogs 
all  closed on him, and  the  sc r immage  
which followeear- 
ance of  a  heai) o f foot-ball players  
c trugg llng  over the ball.
Neither  man d ared  to lire a t  th e  heap 

for fea r  of killing one of  tho dogs, all  
of which were favorites. And yet tho 
b ea r  w as su re  to kill  some of them  un -
less someth ing  w as done. Mr. W ork -
man had  app j^ached  very n e a r  In an 
a t tem p t  to get In a  sho t aomewhere. 
when the b ea r  suddenly  made a  rush  a t  
him, a nd  Mr. W orkman  a s  suddenly ' 
decamped. Rut he s ta r ted  too la te  to 
p reven t tho bear  from seizing hold of 
his pan taloons; and  these  g a rm en ts  the 
an im al pulled qu ite  off the  man. F o r -
tuna te ly  the dogs, all tak ing  a  fresh  
hold, succeeded in d iverting  the b ea r’s 
a tten t ion  so th a t  Mr. Worknuin  es-
caped.
The  fight proceeded, and  from tbne  

to  time the men succeeded In ge tting  
a  rIflQ-shot Into  th e  boar's  body. He 
fought on. appa ren t ly  not seriously 
hurt .  A t last,  however, Ms s treng th  
began to  flag, and  a f te r  e igh t il /le-balls 
had  en te red  his  t>ody, a nd  he had  been 
much torn and  worried by the dogs, 
the  a n im a l auccumbed. a nd  was flnl.'^h- 
ed by the sett lo rs’ knives. H e  dressed 
five hundred  pounds.

RU SS IA 'S  PENAL  SYSTEM .

O n e  o f  I t f l  P r tn c ip lc H  I n  P r o d u c t i v e  
o f  t h e  ( i r c u t e s t  G ood .

While  th e  adm in is tra t ion  of  tho R us-
s ian  ponal system  1b very generally  to  
be condemnetl . s a y s  Dr. Ben jam in  How -
ard . a n  English  surgeon, who has  m ade  
a  s tudy  of the sub jec t and  who Is an  
au tho rity  on penology, th e re  Is one of 
Its principles t h a t  deserves to  be cop-
ied, and  tlia t  Ls th e  princli)le  of p ro -
duc tive  hibor. In so f a r  a s  th e  adndn- 
is tra tlon  of alTalrs re s ts  w ith  Individu- 
jils, abuses  very  o f ten  creep In, and  
thus  It Is passible th a t  one prison  may 
be UMder hum ane  principles while a n -
o th e r  may be an  Institution of  horrors.
Bu t  the principle of  p roductive hibor 

beam  good results.  A f te r  a  convict’s  
te rm  of tw o  years ’ imprisonment Is over 
the re  Is notlilng to p reven t  him, w’i th in  
th ree  to  flve yeara, becoming—with in  
cer ta in  geographical l im its—a  free man. 
A political exile o r  a  m u rde re r  in Sag- 
hallen  lives w ith  his  fam ily  in  a  well- 
bu ilt  an d  often  pre tty ,  four-roomed co t-
tage, w’ltli its  cou rt  y a rd  vestibule a nd  
garden.
The  Island la populate 
of revenue. Coftvlct labo r  has  added  to 
tho Russian  emc,i^re an Ishind tho length 
of England , n o t 'a n  acre  of which w as  
previously under  cultivation, and  it  Is 
only the population of S iberia  by these' 
people  th a t  has m ade po.sslbIe th e  line 
of the T rans-S iberian  Railway—the 
envy o f  th e  W'hole world.

K loc tr io  J to a d s  l a  Kuropo .
The re  a re  now 500 mllos of  e lectric 

roads in Europe, an  increase oi’ 125 
miles du ring  the year. The num ber  of 
cars  has  Increased from 1,230 to 1,747. 
G erm any  leads, w ith  250 miles of tra ck  
and  857 cars. Then  combs Fx*ance, 
w ith  82 miles and  225 cars ; G rea t  
B rita in , w ith  05 /m Iles  and  IQS cars;  
and  Aus tro-Hungary , w ith  45 miles 
and  157 cars. Russia  has  one line 
w ith six  mllos of  track  and  tld rty-two 
motor cars. Of the 111 European  lines 
01 a re  worked by. th e  overhead  trolley 
system ; three, one each  In Germany, 
E ng land  and  H unga ry ,  by an  u n d e r -
ground  cu rren t;  n ine by an  Insulated 
cen tra l  ra il; a nd  eight by s to rage  b a t -
teries.

Shoo-U laokiiifr  W i t h o u t  . 'Icid.
L e t from th ree  to four pounds of 

lanjpblack and  h a lf  a  pound of bone- 
b lack  be W'ell iplxod with five pounds 
of glycerlwe and  treatflp, Meanwhile  
tw o  ftod ft h a lf  ounces of g u t ta  percha  
Bhould bo eautlously fused  In a  copper 
or  Iron Aaucepun. and  ten ounces of 
ollvo oil added, wltli coiUInunl s t i r -
ring, and  a f te rw a rd  oiiO ouneo of stear» 
Ine. Add tho warm  m ass to  the for» 
m er  m ixture , and  then a  solution of 
flve ounces of gum  Senegal In o n e 'a n d  
a  ha lf  pound o f  water, a nd  one drachm  
each of oil of rosemary  and  lavender. 
Fg r  use, tbo b lacking  may be d ilu ted  
w ith th ree  to four p a r ts  of water. This  
b lacking  keeps tlH? lea ther  soft, and  
renders  It more durable .

F IR ST  TR I P  O F  THE  CLERMONT.

A O rc u p  o f  W omen  Who  Made the  
H is to r ic  Voynce.

H e len  E ve r tson  Sm ith  In the  C entury  
has a  p ap e r  on  "A Group of  American 
Girls E a r ly  In th e  C entury ,” which 
gives p lea sah t  g limpses of Chancellor 
L iv ingston  and  Robert  Fu lton .  Tho 
chancellor Invited severa l of his  fair 
cousins to m ake  a  trip  from New York 
to h is homo a t  ( ’lern iont in a  new boat.  
Miss Snd th  says:
Tho “now iKjat” of  tho le tte r  was tho 

now ce lebra ted  (’le rmont, th e  s team -
boat o f R o lxu t Fulton , which  in Au-
gust,  1807, m ade  the fi rst successful 
a toam voyage up f!io a ston ished  Hud- 
son, itnd d«smoii.strated to the world 
th a t  a  new  force hail been discover(Ml 
by w hk ‘h old method.s In nearly  a ll lined 
were to  be revolutionized.
Very fJkely, w ith  all the ir  loving con 

(idence In the wisdom of th e  chancellor 
the Hl.»rter« embarked  w ith some d is-
t ru s t  o f  his  Jiew boa t’s  making  good lt>) 
p rom ise to  ge t  them  home In less than  
th ree  days, even If both w ind and  tide 
should prove un favorable ; bu t they 
were not a f ra id  of a n y th ing  worse thau 
delay, though  mo. ;^! of the ir  friends 
feared  fo r  them . During  the nine yea.-s 
th a t  had  passed since “Robert R. Liv-
ingston and  Robert  l'’ulton had lirst se-
cured  the  conce.ssion to nav iga te  the 
w a te rs  In New  York S ta te  for tw enty  
years, p rovid ing  .they should build a 
boat of no t less tlian tw«Mity tons, that 
would go no less than  four miles an 
.hour a g a in s t  w ind anU tide,” tho stih- 
Ject had been so often  ta lked iivj.-r in 
i h e ir  pre.sence th a t  the  sistt-rs wer*; a l -
ready  (lu ite Intelligent upon It, and  
la ughed  a t  th e  feai-s of the ir  timorous 
friends.
'I 'he ombnrkatlcin w as froiu a  do«.-k 

“n e a r  the S ta te  prison" ^whlcli was in 
“G reenw ich  village” on thoNortli River) 
a nd  w as w itnssed  by a  crowd of “not 
less th an  live hundred  persons.” Many 
wen> friends of  the pass(?ngers. who 
bade  them  farewell w ith a s  much so-
lic itude a s  If they were going to Mada-
gascar .  especla)ly.tr;!mbling with app re -
hension a t  the  “ tei-flble risk  run by sa il-
ing in a boa t full of lire.’*
'I 'he a dven tu rou s  voyager.s, who were 

the guests  of Robert Fu lton  and  Clian- 
cellor L ivingston, were about forty  In 
number. Ijic ludlng bu t a  few ladle.s. 
Among the h itter,  besides our two 
you:»g s is te rs  a nd  tl ielr aun t.  Mi's. Thos. 
Morris (d .;ughter-In-hiw of Robert Mor-
ris, the  l lnanclcr of the Revolution), 
were a t  least  one of the  clunurellor’s 
tw o  daughto i’s. four  of the many daugl>- 
te r s  o f  his brotiu*i-s .Tohn R. and  Colonel 
H a r ry ,  a nd  a  you.ug lady  who was njorei 
In te rested  In the resu lt  of this memor-' 
ab le  expe rhnen t  th an  any  one save  the 
Inviuitor hims(df. In  alt  th e  b iographies 
of Fulton ,  Ml.ss H a r r ie t  L ivingston Is 
called .the chancellor’s niece, bu t  she 
w as  really h is cousin. She was a  b eau ti-
ful.  g racefu l and  accomi)llsheroval by many, 
while sm iles of Incredidlty  were e.v 
changed  betwc{?n those wlio were sc 
placed th a t  tlii'y could not be seen by 
the speeclimaUer or the Inventor. John 
R. was h(>ard to say, In a n  aside to his 
cousin .John Sw if t  L ivingston, that 
“Rob liad many a ijee in his bonnet be- 
fore now, bu t  this  steam  folly would 
[)rove the worst one ye t.” Bu t the 
clmncellor's  b ro thers  lived to see tho 
ocean regularly  t raversed  by steam 
vessels, bu t tlie projil iet iiimself and 
the inventor both  passj.*d aw ay  before 
Lhe realization  of ti ielr d reams.

>Iow l i e  Knew .
Fli’s t  Pedestr ian^ (regiuHllns passing 

cycler)—Jove! th a i 'cy c l is t  Is a  Jlne-look- 
ing young fellow!
Second Pedes tr ian—Young fellow!— 

young  wor.ian, you moan.
F lw t  P edea tr lau -N onsen se !  I say 

It’s  a  young man!
Second P ede j 'trh in—No, It Isn’t—can ’t 

you see the  ey<‘le is a  lady 's  not a  gen-
t lem an’s  wheel V—J udge.

A MfiBtorpiece.
J in k s—Tlie dea th  sen tence  w as a 

b e au tifu l piece of word painting.
B links—Yes; I notlcinl how the doom-

ed m an  hung  upon the words.—W ash -
ington Times.

C rue l Kevenxe .
“ I see you a re  ab le  to be a rouud  this 

morn ing ,” wald the  axle .
“Those  pu'i>5 make  mo tlrod,” said  tlie 

wheel,  ‘’I f  you s ta r t  ag a in  I will have 
to  tu rn  on you.”--New  York World.

Nobody says “yes;” everybody soya

Pructiua%
W'lRgleB—Does the Rev. Mr, Four- 

te en th ly  p ractice  what he preaches?
W agg les—Well, yes, generally; but 

not a t  such  g roa t length.—Somerville  
J ou rna l.

Nut Kid.
F i f th  F o rm  Boy—Please, I w ant a 

p a ir  of gloves.
G en tlem an’s  Ou tlitter—Kid gloves?
F l f t l i  F o rm  Boy—No, uo. Glovea for 

gpown-up pcople!"Com lc  Cuta.

A i^OYAL CORNER .

Comle iil B re a ch  o f  B t iq u e t te  by  an  
A m e r icu a  in  London .

An American  a t tend ing  a  w edding  re -
ception In a  g re a t  house In London con-
g ra tu la ted  bride and  bridegroom, and  
p assed  tho usua l compliments  w ith  the 
host and  hostess.
The re  w as a  g re a t  th rong  of  guests, 

and  he could  not Unger a t  the  en trance  
of the d raw ing  room, when  tliere were 
many behind him  anx ious to offer the ir  
greetings.
Perceiving a  qu ie t corner  to  th e  righ t 

of tho bride, w here  a  gen tlem an  and  a 
lady  were s ta n d in g  a p a r t  from the o th -
e r  guests, he w en t d irectly  to It, u nw it-
t ingly coming to  a  stop between  two 
royal personages.
The  American was not aw a re  of tho 

fac t th a t  he was face to face w ith  one 
of the queen’s daugliters . and  had tu rn -
ed his  back ui>on ano th e r  menib iT  of 
the royal family. He stood (luietly 
looking about, hoping to c3ce some ac- 
(luaintance In the company w ith whom 
he m ight have a ch a t ;  and  soon became 
uncomfortab ly  conscious th a t  ho was 
a t t rac t ing  atten tion^  a nd  tlia t the hos-
tess and bride were casting  pncasy  
g lances In the d irection of the corner 
whi-re he had  taken  she lte r.  Wlille the 
d raw ing  room was (trowded, the com-
pany of guests wltli one consent av o id -
ed the secluded a(.*Idng on royai 

pre.surves. You a re  a privileged cha rac -
te r  because you a re  an  .-Vmerican, but 
no Englishman v en tu res  to  tu rn  his 
back upon a  prince or a prlnce.^s. Peo- 

. pli! were sta r ing  you out of countenance 
I Ijccauso they took It fo r  g ran ted  tha t 
you must be a royal personage, yet 
they were unable  to Identify you.”
Tho an sw er miglit have  been  made 

th a t  every American Is a sovereign by 
the div ine righ t o f eciuality of  free  citi-
zenship ; !>ut this would have been a 
meanlngleSiS p lea san try  in a n  English 
draw ing  room, where  social eti<]uette 
has a  sanc tity  superio r  to loyalty  to 
democratic principle .
The American thanked  his  friend  for 

rescuing him from an  ombarra.sslng po-
sition, and  tluMi stood by and  watched  
the corner where  royalty  w as Isolated 
from too close con tac t w ith the w’orld 
o f  wcjilth and  fasliion.
No guest approached  th e  royal pair . 

Their pre.scnce w as an  ac t  of conde-
scension to the host and  hostess, and  
they remained on exhibition a s  th e  pa t-
rons of this  social function  w ithout 
having the ir  corner  Invaded. E v e ry -
body was carefu l no t to approach  them 
t(M> closely, and  there  w as a  genera l 
sense of relief when they departed ,  and  
the necessity fo r  backing  aw ay  from 
them on s ide tn ick s  was removed.— 
Youth’s  Companion.

Tfio Pluyct o f  S h a k s p e a r o ’s Xlino.
“Why a r t  going to Coventry, N ick?” 

Inquired Roger suddenly , s ta r t le d  by a  
thought cv>mlng Into his w its  Like a  
child by a  b a t  In the  r(x»m.
“'Po see the  stage-p lay  th a t  the  bu r-

gesses would  na allow  In S tra tfo rd .”
“Wull I pee, too?”
“ If thou h a s t  eyes—th e  m ayor 's  show  

Is free.*’
“Oh, fecklns, w un’t  It bo fine?” gaped  

Hodge. “Be It a  ta ilo rs ’ show , Nick, 
wl’ Hei'od the  king, a n d  a  i*opo fo r  to 
hang  J u d a s?  An’ wull th ey  s e t  th e  
world afire wI’ a  torch, oji’ ntako  tho 
e a r th  quake  fea rfu l  wl’ a  b a rre l  fu ll o’ 
Stone'S? O r wull  It be Sin In a  motley 
gown a-thumping  tho B lack  Man over 
the pa te  w l’ a  b ladde r  fidl o' peasen— 
a n ’ angels  w l’ s i lv e r  wingses, a n ’ sa in ts  
w l’ golden ha ir?  O r wull  It be a  g ian t 
nine y a rd s  high, clad In the  bcHirds o’ 
murdei'cd kings, like g ranny  sa l th  she 
used to  see?”
“I ’shaw ! no,” s a id  Nick; “none of 

those old-fashioned things. These  be 
playei*s fixim London town, and  I  hope 
they ’ll p lay  a  righ t  gooil  Eng lish  hls- 
tory-play, like ‘The  F am ous  Victories 
of H enry  F l f t , ’,' to  tu rn  a  fe llow’s  logs 
all  goose-flesh!”
Hotlge s lopped  s h o r t  In th e  road. 

“ La!” said  he, “I ’ll go no fu rd e r  If  they 
tu.'*n me lo a  goose. I wunno t be tu rned  
gooso, Nick A ttwood—an ’ a  p lague on 
all witches, say s  I!"
“Oh, p shaw !” laughed  Nick; “come 

on. No w itch In the  world could tu rn  
thee b igger goose th a n  thou a r t  now. 
Come a long  wl’ thee; there  bo no witch* 
es there  a t  a ll.”—St. Nicholas.

S n tis fac to ry .
Guide (a t  th e  stone gallery, St. P au l’s) 

—S tra igh t  over there  you  see  tho 
Thames. To  tho righ t a re  tho houses 
of parliament, and  a  llt tlo to  th e  left 
Is the wonderfu l T ow er bridge.
Gentleman—Bu t whei’e? I  don’t  see 

anything.
Guld(^—Oh, well,  th a t ’s  where  they  

are, bu t  It’s  a  b it foggy th is  m om ln g , -  
Londou Fun .

ISxcercieed Him .
“This bicycle  craxe has done me a  

world  of good,” declared Bloomloy, 
“Why, you don’t  r ide!”
“No, b u t  I 've  been knocked  a  to ta l  of 

a t  leas t  1.000 feet a nd  h ave  iniu m iles  in 
my efforts  to  dodge scorchers .”—Deti’olt  
F ree  Press.

About the  la s t  though t t h a t  seem s to 
occur to  a  m an  who cnin’t  pay  his b ll l i  
Is to  t ry  doing w ithou t t h a t  wh ich  ho 
cannot pay  for.

Women don’t swear ,  b ecause  th ey  
don’t have  d ry  goods and  millinery, 
bills to . pay.

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e aM ly- .f c / l lowed. T h u s ,  orang** (ro iored 
f low i» ifc*^ iay t l)e  p l a i t d y  d is t ingn ishe< l ,  

- av  s o a r l e t  gc-ranKini a p p e a r s  
W a c k ;  j r iU t-n -g ra ss  w l l '  b e  g r a y  w h eu  

yeni»^',;l.lo\v<;i.’s, n i a y  b e  j u s t  v is ib le .

Six Miles  o f Elk.
Uojr t> r is - rK ‘(*iv(»d a t  D(Mivei‘ f rom  th e  

J a c k s o n ' s  H oh r  c o u n t r y .  'W yon ilng .  a r e  
t o  ( l u t c n i t s ' t  t h a t  l a  no  p r e )  io n s  w in t e r  
h a s ,  be(*n so  g r e a t  a  n u m b e r  o f

c lk ' '} v ihU 5 ’Ing  ««  Koiison. A eon- 
ficrv7ifIv<‘‘ost .ih' rate,  m a d e  by  t li e  w a n l c n  
o£  t h e  d i s t r l c i .  f i x e s  Ulie n nn i l ) e r  .i t  
SO.OWh T h e  g a i n o  w a r d e n  s a y s :  - I  
r e c e n t l y  g a ze d  u p o n  a slgi it  w b l r i i  f a r  
Bu rp ’h s ^ ed  a n y t l i l i i g  I I iad e v e r  se en ,  
a n d  u tK T ly  JiKtonisi ied -and a n i a / e d  me. 
F o r  a  d i« !tanee  o f  s ix  m i l e s  a liei‘  OUT.
FlU a  bottle or  common water  gl a is  with  

Qrine  and  lilt it st aml twoaty-fojir hours; a  
•edimoDt or HOttlhig indlcatoH a dlsoasod tson- 
d lt ion  of  thu kidDuy.s. W l iun 'u r in o  .^tnlDS 
lUneii-'it is positivo Qvidonco of kidney trouble. 
Too  froquont desire to uriimlw or  pain in th e  
baekiHuiRO coav inolng  proof titnt the  kld> 
Aoy&,aud bla ihler nru ou t of order.

I , WII.VT T() DO.

Th e r o  Is comfort In tlie knowle.lRo.so often 
•xptcssoil,; tbd t Dr. Kiitner'.s 8wnmp-Uoot, 
UMMsnjat l^idnuy remead elTocts 
fo llow ing  use of liquo r,  ^rlne or beer, and 
overcomes  tha t unpleasj iut  necessity of being 
eotn(toli(!(1 to  gel up  many  times du r ing  the  

to vrinnte . The  tnlid and the  extraor-  
^ o n r y  O'feei of  Sw.imp-Root i ssoon roaliscoi!, 
i l t  8(JUid.q th e  liigiiest for Its wonderful cures 
• Of tho most cliHtressingofiuses. Hold by driiK- 
ig{s(5t, pr ice  fifty cents iind ono dollar. For 
a  Faiiji.ln bottle and  pain|)hlet, both sent free 
tb y  maii,  mi'iitUui th is  |->aper nud .‘tentl your  
;fuU postonico addre ss  to  Ur. Kilmer A Co., 
.JUtoglmmton, N. Y. Thu  propri etors  of this 
papcr tr uaran tu e  the  gonuluenessof  till?offer.

T o o  T .imo to  Hunt.

X  c n n o n s  l i g h t  Is t h r o w n  on  H ri i i sh  
s p o r t  by  th e  f oH ow ln g  n d v e r t i s n n ie n t  
w h i c h  r e c e n t l y  a p ) ) e a re d  la  t h e  Co rk  
'fI .ftUaiid) " O o n s t i t u i i o n . ” “ Ked D e e r— 

t^i^lRMTy h u n t  is  a n x i o u s  lo  dis-  
red '"- whieh thousands endorse as 

which cures when  oiherHfail, namely

M o o d s
 ^ Sarsapa.iSla

‘‘r t te b e s r—ill Hict tUo Oric! True  Blood Pinilhir.

Hood’s Piiis

A F O R T U N E  IN P O W D ER S .

Mail R obb e ry  Cimo I^eatls to  a  Pcnsii- 
t ionn l ArrcMt,

Th{* f a l l o w i n g  a d v e r t l s e n i o n t  h a s  fo r  
Bove ra l  y e a r s  a p p e a r e d  in  c o u n t r y  
w e td i ly  p e r i o d i c a l s  o f  t h e  K a s t  a n d  
S o u t h :
“P l ow  to  w in  t h e  lo v e  o f  a n y  o n e— 

T h e  n ie t l io d  Js  h a rm l e s s  a n d  I t s  Intlu- 
encG l a s t i n g .  P r i c e  10  c e n t s ,  C u i ) ld ’s 
c h a rm  f re e .  C. A. B r o te n ,  A u s t in ,  
M in n . ”
T h e  r e t u r n s  to  th o  a d v e r t i s e r  f rom , 

t h i s  - n o t ic e  h a v e  b e e n  .som e th ing  v e ry  
b a n d s o n i e .  I n  f a c t ,  h e  h a s  m a d e  m a n y  
t h o u s a n d s  o f  d o l la r s ,  g on e  to  E u r o p e  
e v e r y  s u m m e r ,  a n d  l iv e d  a lw a y s  on  
t h e  f a t  o f  t h e  l a n d .
T h o  a r r e s t  o f  M r .  l i r o t e n  in W in o n a  

e .ame  a b o u t  i n  a n  e n t i r e l y  u n e x p e c t e d  
m a n n e r .  I n  t l i e  U n i t e d  S t a t e s  c o u r t  
w a s  h e a r d  t h e  e a s e  o f  O a r ro l l  H a l l ,  o f  
A u s t in ,  f o r  r o b b i n g  t h e  U n i t e d  S t a t e s  
m a l l s .  B r o t e n  w a s  t h e r e  a s  a  w i tn e s s  
f o r  th o  g o v e r n m e n t .  H a l l  s to l e  s e v -
e r a l  l e t t e r s  t h a t  b e lo n g  to  B r o t e n ,  a n d  
B r o t e n ’.s e v ld e t ic e  w a s  n e c e s s a r y  for  
t h o  p ro s e c u t io n .  I t  w a s  o x t r em e l j '  nn* 
f o r t u n a t e  f o r  B r o t e n  t h a t  H a l l  s to l e  
Jd s  l e t t e r s ,  f o r  t h e  g o v e r n m e n t  ofllchil.'? 
In to  w h o s e  h a n d s  th e  l e t t e r s  c am e  
Found  e v i d e n c e  in  t l i e in  t h a t  B r o t e n  
WHS u s i n g  t h e  m a i l s  lo  d e f r a t u l  p e o -
ple . F u r t h e r  e v id o n eo  w n s  e o l le c te d  
a n d  p re . s e n te d  t o  t h e  U n i t e d  S t a t e s  
(, 'r and  j u r y .  A.s li e  s a t  In c o u r t  h e  w a s  
p la c e d  u n d e r  aiTc.st . H e  w a s  a r r a i g n -
ed  a n d  h e ld  t o  t h e  n e x t  t e rm  o f  c o u r t  
u p o n  .S1,0(M) ba i l .
B r o t e i i ’s  m e th o d  i s  a n  o ld  one . H e  

r e c e iv e d  t h o u s a n d s  o f  rc‘plU*s to  h is  
a d v e r t i s e m e n t  a n d  to  e a c h  h e  .sent a  
c i r c u l a r  t e l l i n g  t h em  lo  g o t  a  b o t t l e  o f 
a  c o n co c t io n  w h ic h  ho  p r e p a r e d  a n d  to  
m ix  i t  w i t h  w in e ,  w h i s k y ,  o r  coffee , a n d  
th e  de .s lr ed  r e s u l t s  w ou ld  be  ob t^ i lued .  
T h e  c i r c u l a r  f u r t h e r  s t a t e s  t h a t  i f  a n y  
d l f l ic u l ty  Is f o u n d  in  s e c u r i n g  th o  s tu f f  
h e  w o u ld  s e n d  It  f o r  .?!, o r  w o td d  s e n d  
i t  Jn  p ow 'd e r  f o rm  so  t h a t  It  c o u ld  b e  
m ix e d  w i t h  c a n d y  o r  p u t  on  a  hand*  
k e rc h ie f .
l i e  i n v a r i a b l y  s e n t  t h e  p o w d e r  w i th  

p r i n t e d  d i r e c t i o n s ,  w h ic h  c lo s ed  by  
s a y i n g :  “ I t  s o m e t im e s  t a k e s  tw o  o r  
t h r e e  p a c k a g e s  t o  o b t a i n  s a t i s f a c t o r y  
r e s u l t s .  P r i c e  •?!.”
A  c u r i o u s  f e a t u r e  i s  o b s e rv e d  In t h e  

f a c t  t h a t  n e a r l y  a l l  t h e  a n s w e r s  e am e  
f r om  S o u t h e r n  S t a t e s ,  w h e r t '  m a n y  
s t i l l  b e l i e v e  i n  ch a rn i .s  a n d  IneanLa- 
t lo n s ,  w h i l e  t h e  N o r t h e r n  p e o p le  wei'O 
n o t  s o  e a s i l y  d e lu d e d .

F o r  th o  M u s ic a l  M a lden .
To o  m u c h  i ) ed a l  in  p l a y in g  Is w o rs e  

th a n  n o n e  a t  a l l .
D o  u o t  p l a c e  b o o k s  o r  m u s i c  o n  th o  

p i a n o  If It  c a n  b e  a v o id e d .  I t  t e n d s  
to  d e a d e n  t h e  t o n e  o f  th o  I n s t r um e n t .
I f  y o u  lo v e  y o u r  p i a n o  d o  n o t  a l low  

b r i c - a -b r a c  t o  r e s t  u p o n  It . I t  i s  In 
w r e t c h e d  ta .s te ;  b e s id e s ,  i t  i s  o f t e n  
t h o  c a t i s e  o f  a n  u n p l e a s a n t  r a t t l i n g  
w h i l e  t h e  i n s t r u m e n t  Is b e i n g  u s e d .
N e v e r  p l a c e  y o u r  p i a n o  c lo s e  a g a i n s t  

th o  w a l l .  I t  w il l  s o u n d  n u ic h  b e t t e r  
if  d r a w n  o u t  i n to  t h e  r o om .  I f  t h i s  is 
n o t  p o s s ib l e ,  a l l o w  a  s i) a ce  o f  e i g h t  to 
t w e l v e  in c h e s  b e tw e e n  i t  a n d  th e  w a l l .
C u l t i v a t e  t h e  h td ) I t  o f  l i s t e n i n g  to 

y o u r  o w n  p la y in g .  F i n e  r e s u l t s  m a y  
b e  o b t a in e d  b y  p l a y i n g  s in g l e  n o te s  
a n d  c h o r d s  v e ry  s low ly ,  e n d e a v o r i n g  
to  p r o d u c e  a  i )u re , r o u n d  a n d  lo n g  to n e  
w i t h o u t  . s t r ik ing  t h e  k e y s  h e av i ly .  
L i s t e n  to  t h e  to n e .  S p e e d  Is n o t  e v e ry -  
t l i ln g .  E v e n  In r a p i d  p a s s . i g e s  m u s i c a l  
iitH.

MOM NEW YORK DIRECT fSll?,"
ami’fiat jiuJttj-tt ut !l i> m  . fnun N t*w IMcr !M. N. U.

FROM PHILADELPHIA DIRECT
H ooiineollon» i»t Suvuu*

:llii'niji*iin»«v»l Apc«mm
fiprity Railtfi, Electrio I.i)>litH, alt 
tl two coiit Btnmi) for inmy of
...........  . ----- 1»K 1

»(tra«tlonH of tli« Atlaatii! l
r36. M.U.. New York

There’s MONEY ,'t",
Xo bui-tiifl»» imysaRWfU on umcniiit iHvoaird m  

f > l t l  M i l  N< j W wlUi o .r moilim itiuuhtii-
lT H U C l’KKi»>;>! T i l  AT'f4 lli« R c u mu ii '

A;.NYMAN T iH ln . O h io .

H o rse  w i th  n. Uniul C td o r  D ru n k .
A  S t am f o r d ,  C-onn., d i s p a t c h  s a y s :  A  

t e l e p h o n e  n ie s -sage  w a s  r e c e i v e d  a t  
t h e  po l ic e  office  y e s t e r d a y  a f t e r n o o n ,  
a s k i n g  t h a t  a  p o l i c em a n  be  s e n t  to  
S u m m e r  s t r e e t ,  a s  t h e r e  w a s  a  h o r s e  
t h e r e  a c t i n g  s t r a n g e l y .  C h i e f  Bov,-- 
m a u  s e n t  P o l i c e m a n  K u r t h .  H e  fo u n d  
a  b a y  h o r s e ,  o w n e d  b y  a  l i o n g  U ldge  
f a rm e r ,  r e e l i n g  a b o u t  t h e  s t r e e t  l ike  
a  d r u n k e n  m a n .  N ow  a n d  t h e n  th e  
h o r s e  w o u ld  f a l l  d ow n ,  a n d ,  a f t e r  s t r u g -
g l in g ,  w o u ld  r e g a i n  h i s  f e e t  a n d  s t a g -
g e r  off  a g a i n .  J u s t  a s  t h e  o f l lcer  w a s  
t r y i n g  to  a i d  th o  a n im a l  f r o m  th e  s t r e e t  
th e  o w n e r  a p p e a r e d .  A n  I n v e s t ig a -
t i o n  s h o w e d  t h a t  t h e  h o r s e ,  w h ic h  h a d  
b e e n  t i e d  to  t h e  r e a r  o f  a n o t h e r  f a rm -
e r ’s  w ag o n ,  h a d  e a t e n  t h e  h a y  f rom  
th e  b o t t om  o f  t h o  w ag o n ,  a n d  t h e n  
p o k e d  th e  c o v e r  f r o m  a  p a l l  c o n t a i n -
i n g  tw o  g a l l o n s  o f  h a r d  c id e r .  T h e  
c i d e r  h a d  w’a s h e d  d o w n  th e  h a y ,  a n d  
s o o n  a f t e r  t h e  h o r^ e  b e g a n  t o  c u t  u p  
t h e  q u e e r  a n t i c s .

.'New York Directory.

LOUIS C.OTT. Agent.
I

Jos. Fallert

B r e w i n g  

Co •  9  Limited.

Hammers Av

Cor. Cedar P lace,

Hammers Station,

Roekaway Beach

V

BOTTLER OF THE SUPERB AND

Standard L a GER B e ER

AUG. BELLON
Siicessor to T .  Jameson

Carriage and Wagoia 
Builder.

HORSE SHOEING
Special a tten tion  paid  to liorses w ith CORNS.

D IV I S IO N  a v e n u e .

ED. F. J .  Z IMMERMAN ,
O a , r . T ’ i a . g e ,

■W a . g o 2a  a r i d  S i g i : i  I = * a . i n t e r

MONOGRAMS, PICTURES, BANNERS AND 
SCROLLING.

O F F I C E S — B o u l e v a r a ,  n e a r  P l e a s a n t  A v 9 . , a n c l  W a s h i n g t o r  

A v 9 .. R o c k a w a . v  f i  y

HEHME’S
VIENNA 15AKERY .

AND LUNCH ROOM
BOULEVAKD. BETWEKN GROV'E AND ELDERT AVENUES, OPPOSll'B 

rOST OFFICE, HASIMEI.'S STATION, ROOKAW A \  BEACH.

R e a l  a n d  P e r s o n a l  P r o p e r ty .
A c c o rd i n g  to  t h e  c e n s i i s  r e t u r n s  of 

1800  th o  v a l u e  o f  r e a l  p r o p e r t y  In N ew  
Y o r k  w a s  $3 ,025 ,000 ,000; o f  p e r s o n a l ,  
$3:16.000,000. C o m p a r e d  w i th  th i s  
e n o rm o u s  w e a l th ,  t h a t  o f  a n y  ’W os te r i i  
S t a t e  Is In a lgn l f l e a n t .  M is s o u r i ,  f o r  i n -
s t a n c e ,  o n e  o f  t h e  r i c h e s t ,  h a s  r e a l  
p r o p e r t y  r a l u o d  a t  .‘i'553,0(K).0()0 a n d  
p e r s o n a l  a s s e s s e d  a t  $ 280 .0 0 0 ,liOO. Th !?  
v a s t  d i f f e r e n c e  h a s ,  a inoa j?  o th e r  
t l d n g s ,  p r o b a b l y  h a d  a  s h a r e  in  s u g -
g e s t i n g  to  t h e  P o p u l i s t s  t h e i r  f am i l i a r  
f i g u r e  o f  th o  c ow  w i t h  h e r  m o u t h  in  
t h o  W e s t ,  w h i l e  h e r  m i l k  is  p o u r in g  
I n to  E a s t e r n  b u c ke ts . .

A  t e a r  In  y o u r  t r o u s e r s  w il l  n e v e r  
w o r r "  y o u  a s  l o n g  a s  y o u  a r e  In  I g n o r -
a n c e  o f  It.

CHAS. CRABBE,

LDMBEll MOEDINGS, BRACKETS, ETC.

P le a s a n t  Ave. a n d  R a ilro ad .

N e a r  H a m m e r s  S t e i t l o r x ,  R o c W a w a y  3 e a c h ,  !*• X*

WEISSKOPFV 3

m  GRAND BEPnBLIC HOTEL,
(Formerly Bach mer e  H o u s e ).

HOLLYW OOD  and  OCEAN  AVENUES , Seaside Station, 

ROOKf=\WflY B E flGM . U  I.

jnrst^^laso liable. fiDeals Sevveb at all iboura.
SPEC IA L  T E RM S  TO  BOARDERS  BY T H E  DAY  OR  W E E K . ' ^

PKOMPT Sl-UVICE. CITY PRICES.

CHARLES W. KESPERT,
Formerly with 

Ack e r , Mer r il l  & Co n d it .

First=Class . GROCERIES.
Teas, Coffees, Spices, E lgin Creamery.

MA IN  S T O R E ,

BOULKVARD AND BAY'VIEW AVENUE, . ROCKAWAY BEACH, L. I  

ARf^ERNE BRANCH, B'mlerard ;>r.d ?V*rm Avenue.

. J .  CROMIN. G E N E R A L
C O N T R A C T O R ,D e s c l e r  I n  X j o a . z n  a A c S

aa.,

<]RADINa, EXCAYATINS AND SEWERAQE A SPECIALH.

B o a r d i n g ,  L i v e r y ,  S a l e  a n d  E x c h a n g e  S t a b l e .

ARVERNE-BY -THE-SEA . ROCKAWAY BEACH N. Y.

0
G. R. HENDRICKSON,

WtACTICAL '

l io rsc  SlJoci- ,aijj) Blachsmitb,

r iK ST -C LA ,S r  \YORK A SPEC IALTY . 

KIdcrt Avenue and  Boulevard,

0
ROCKAWAY BEACH, L.1



■aOCKAWAY 
BEACH

A
j Q L r « r i 3

\

4 R V E R N E
Real Estate

FOR SfllLE
O R

TO-LET.
Improved or Uniniprovecl 

Property of evcrjf description 

constantly  on hand. I f  you 

have any  Real E s ta te  For 

Sale or To-Let, see th a t  you 

place it on onr books a t  once 

As we have the  facilities for 

placing i t  advantageously  to 

you.

Wave Office,

OR

20 jfulton Street,
New York City.

GO TO

K E ENM 'S
For Reliable Shoes.

Our  own make. W arran ted  

to give satisfaction. No Shod-

dy stock or poor makes.

Ever? pall* will oivc aatts- 
faction.

We carry  only the  CANDEE  

brand of

RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES

• T h is  b rand  is th e  standard 

^ a k e  of th e  U nited  States, 

they  a re  made of pure  R ub -

ber only.

K E E N A N  B L O C K ,

ROCKAWAY  BEACH . L. I.

LAWRENCE J. COLLINS,

Pure  O range County Milk
■Wholesale and  Reta il. 

Crean^.and Unsweetened Condensed Mllki

Office, TVill lamsburgh Hotol.  Seaside A venu t  

RO CKAWAY  BKACH. L . I .

EAST END

PHARMACY.
Orove Ave. & Boulevard,

ROCKAWAY  BEACH  LONG  ISLAND. 

B r a n c h : SKA  S IDE  AVENUE .

COLONADE HOTEL.

known as Seaman'i HoUL lB lW |M

and rebuilt. W ll lbeopenwl

^ AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1B94, AS A PXKIU. 

KENT 'XESOBT ALL THE YEAR ROUNC-

( tioRLAND  S e a m a n , P b o .t .

tMM *  A n n u .  R o ck tm  Buck.

The Town o f  S e in p s iea a  
G r A . &

and Electfic Li|lit Company,
OFF ICE ,  KEENAN 'S  B LO CK .

Gas Stoves and W elsbach  

Burners.
Serv ice  Pipes and  Meters are  p la ccd  free of 

Charge

P. O, Box 37, Rockaway Hcflch.
F . O. Box 331, Fa r Rocknwny

_ E.B. KNIGHT. Supt. 

J^ rch ib a ld  Mutch,

COUNSELOR  AT I .AW ,

Ju r i ia l  BiiiicUng, Kiir R ockaw ay ,

/ " H o l d - e i T i ’ l

Holds down you r sh ir t a 
L Hold.s up y o u r  drowers |  
\ A Kood th in g .  T ry  It i  

15 C EN TS -  ■' ■i ’ 
SHAIN COMPANY* 
36 L iberty S t.. N. Y.

ROBERT FINAN,
ftUNUFACTURI-R OP

Cream Soda, G in g e r  Ale, 
Sarsaparilla , and P e a r  C ider,
00 BEER, PI RCH BEER, RASPBERRY,

Als, Seltzer and V ichy .
Agt. for H . Koelilc r & Co. ’.s I-' ID liLIO  HEER 

Sea Side  l i o c k aw a y  Beach,

57 & 59 W est  7 th St., IvOnji Is land  City 

PIJPR RUSSET APPLB CIDER

New York Hotel,
DAVID  J. F*s\JO, P r o p r i e t o r .

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F lnn l  D liipoaltion oF tlio  Vcxeil  Vono- 
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T l io r c  h a v e  ho cn  fow  m o r e  w c lcon ie  
n n n o u n c em e n t s  t h n n  t h i i t  n f  th o  a p ro e -  
m o n t  b e tw e e n  E u p l n n d  jnul t h e  U n i t e d  
Stn to f l u p o n  a  b a s i s  f o r  a r b l t i 'n t l o n  of. 
i h e  quos^tloii o f  t h e  V enexno la  b o u n d -

T lu ! o r ig in a l  d i s p u t e .  It w il l  lie  nv  
n i e in b e re d ,  w a s  b e tw e e n  K ng la n d  a n d  
V en e zu e la ,  a n d  i t  da te .s  b a c k  J ibout 
e ig h ty  y e a r s  to  t h o  t im e  w h en  KuKln in l 
a c q u i r e d  B r i t i s h  ( r u i a n a  by  t r e a t y  f rom  
H o l l a n d :  a n d  V en e zu e h i .  t h o u  a  im rt  
o f  N ew  G ra n n d a ,  w on  h e r  in d e p e i id c n f e  
f rom  S p a in .  T b o s o  wei-e no r  d a y s  of 
n e c u r a t e  s u r v e y s  n o r  ol' c iirellul mnp- 
m a k in g ,  in  S o u t h  Amerk -n  a t  l e ap t ;  j jnd 
th o  l in e  w h ic h  s e p j i r a t e d  R r l t i s l '  t e r r i -
t o r y  f rom  tJ i a t  w re s t e d  b y  N ew  ( ira-  
n a d a  f rom  SpiUn w»w no v ‘>r f l e a r l y  de- 

llned .
C o n t r o v e r s y  o v e r  t h e  ( lu e s t io n  b ec i im e  

m o re  b i t t e r  a s  t im e  w e n t  on . jini l n i' ith-  
o r  p n r t y  w a s  r e a d y  to  c o n c e d e  tho  
c ln l tn s  o f  th o  o t l j e r .  'J’h e  d i s c o v e r y  of
1,'old In  th o  d i s p u t e d  s t r i p  o f  t e r r i t o ry  
n g g r a v a t e d ' t h e  d if l ic t i l ty .  {is H innnd h n d  th e  s a m e  r e s u l t .
A y e a r  a g o  P r e s i d e n t  (M eye land ,  de- 

^ p a i r i n g  o f  a e e o ju p l i s h l n g  a n y i l i l n g  b^ v 
f u r t h e r  n e g o t i a t i o n  w i th  E n g h u id .  laU! 
th e  facLs b e fo r e  C o n g r e s s  In  a m ess i ig e  
w h ic h  s t a r t l e d  lM)th c o u n t r i e s .  H e  np- 
p l ied  to  th o  d i s p u t e  t l i e  p r in c i p l e  o f  th e  
M on ro e  d o c t r i n e ,  n n d  n s k e d  f rom  C o n -
g r e s s  a u t h o r i t y  to  a p p o i n t  a c omm is s i o n  
b y  w h o s e  i n v e s t i g a t i o n s  t h e  l.’n l t e d  
S t a t e s  m ig h t  a . s c e r t a ln  f o r  I t s e l f  t h e  
t r u e  l in e , w i th  a  v iew  to  rcH ls l lug  en- 
c ro a e hm e nL s  u p o n  it.  A u t l i o r l t y  w a s  
g iv e n ,  a n d  tiho c om m is s i o n  w a s  a p p o in t -  
etl  n n d  b e g a n  I ts  w o rk .  I t u t  t h e  p r o -
t e s t s  o n  b o th  «llack m a s s  r e -
s em b le s  v e r y  c lo se ly  c o a r s e  b l a c k  s h o t  
IIS r o u n d  a n d  p l u m p  a s  a  sm a l l  g r e e n  
pea . n n d  t h e y  n r e  ghussy, a s  t h o u g h  
f r e s h l y  v a rn i s h e d .
T h e s e  b e c om e  s o m e w h a t  s h r i v e l e d  

w h e n  i) a c k ed  a n d  r e a d y  f o r  s h ip p i n g ,  
a n d  lo se  m u c h  o f  Lheir  g lo s s y  a p p e a r -
a n ce ,  b u t  s t i l l  r e t a i n  t b e i r  d a r k  co lo r,  
n n d  In  o t h e r  r e s p e c t s  lo ok  m u c h  th e  
s am e  w h e n  b r o u g h t  to  t h e  t a b l e  a s  
w h e n  f i r s t  t a k e n  f r om  th e  f ish.

K lc c t r iu  P o u l t ic e .
An  e le c t r ic  p a d  c o n t a i n i n g  a s b e s t o a  

a n d  k e p t  w a rm  w i t h  a n  o r d l n a r j '  c u r -
r e n t  h a s  b e e n  In v e n te d .  I t  Is u s e f u l  to  
r e l i e v e  ch i l l in e s s ,  c o ld  f ee t ,  c r a m p s ,  
loc a l  p a in s ,  e tc .  I t  is  g iv e n  t h e  e f f e c t  
o f  m o i s t  h e a t  o r  p o u l t i c e  b y  c o v e r in g  
w i t h  w e t  f lann e l .  B y  I t s  u s e  t h e  g r e a t  
r l s k a n d  d i s c om fo r t  o f  f r e q u e n t  c h a n g e s  
o f  t e m p e r a t u r e  I n c id e n t  to  t h e  r e n e w a l  
o f  o ld - s ty le  p o u l t i c e s  a r e  e n t i r e l y  
a v o id ed .

Autisop t io .
I t  is  n o w  c l a im e d  t h a t  f o o d s  s to r e d  

In a n  a tm o s p h e r e  o f  c a r b o n i c  a c i d  g a s  
a r e  p r e s e r v e d  in d o i ln l te ly ,  t h e  f r e s h -
n e s s  a n d  f la v o r  b e in g  r e t a i n e d  b e t t e r  
t h a n  b y  t h e  u se  o f  d a n g e r o u s  a n t i s e p -
t i c s  o r  o f  Ice.

T h e r e  a r e  s o m e  p e o p le  w h o  s o  t h o r -
o u g h ly  a p p r e c i a t e  t h e m s e l v e s  t h a t  t h e y  
B ove r  m i s s  t h o  a pp re e la i t l o n  o t h e r s  f a i l  
to  £ l r «  t h o r a .

PROM PT  MEASURES,

How  M cC lc l ln n  O b t a i n e d  P a r d o n  
f r o m  a n  I n d i a n  C h ie f .

W h e n  t r u e  c o u r a g e  Is a c c om p a n i e d  
b y  t h o  Im p u l s e  to  a c t ,  a n d  a c t  v a l i a n t ly ,  
a t  t h e  c r u c i a l  m om e n t ,  It  Is a lm o s t  In-
v in c ib le .  O. S. .> fnrden. In  “A rc h i t e c t s  
o f  F a t e , ”  g iv e s ,  a s  a n  I n s t a n c e  o f  th o  
s p i r i t  r e a d y  to  s u r m o u n t  a n  em e r g e n c y  
a  s t o r y  r e l a t i n g  to  G en .  M cC le l lan  
w’h c n ,  a f t e r  t h o  > ie x lc n n  w a r ,  h e  wa.s 
em p lo y e d  a s  a io p o g r a p h l c a l  e n g in e e r  
In  s u r v e y i n g  th e  P a c l l l c  c o a s t .
F r o m  h i s  h e a d q u a r t e r s  a t  V an c o u v e r  

h o  h a d  g o n e  s o u t h  to  t h e  C o l um b ia  r i v -
e r  w i t h  tw o  c om p n n lo n s ,  u s o ld i e r  a n d  
a  s e r v a n t .  O n e  e v e n in g  h e  r ec e iv e d  
w o rd  t h a t  th o  c h io f s  o f  t l i e  C o lum b ia  
riv(*r t r i b e s  w i s h e d  to  ( to n fe r  w i th  h im , 
n nd  f rom  th o  n j ( \ s s e n g e r 's  m a n n t*  he  
su specl tM l t h a t  t l i e  I n d i a n s  m e a n t  m i s -
ch ief .
H e  w j i r n e d  h i s  c om p a n i o n s  t h a t  th e y  

m u s t  l)p rcHHly to  l e a v e  c am p  a t  a  m o -
m e n t ’s  n o t ic e ,  a n d  t h e n ,  m o u n t i n g  h is  
ho r se ,  lie r o d e  b o ld ly  in to  t h e  I n d i a n  
v i l lage .  A l )o u t  t h i r t y  c h i e f s  w e r e  h o ld -
in g  cou n c i l ,  a n d  J lcC le lb i t i  w a s  led 
I n to  t h o  c i r c l e  a n d  p l a c e d  a t  th o  r i g h t  
h.-ind o f  t h e  c h i e f ,  S a l tc ^ e ,  w h o  m a d e  
k n o w n  th e  g r i e v a n c e  o f  t h e  t r ib e .
T w o  I n d i a n s  h a d  b e en  c a p t u r e d  b y  a  

p a r t y  o f  w h i t e  p io n e e r s  a n d  h a n g e d  f o r  
t h e f t .  A to n em e n t  f o r  >.he o u t r a g e  w a s  
a b s o l u t e l y  necc issn ry .  b u t  n l t h o u g h  th e  
c h i e f s  p o n d e r e d  lo n g  o v e r  t h e  q u e s t io n ,  
t h e y  liJKl b u t  l i t t l e  to  s a y .  M cC le lb in  
w a s  o n  f r i e n d l y  t e rm s  w i t h  th e ir t , a n d  
h e  WHS b y  n o  m e a n s  r e s p o n s i b l e  f o r  tho  
e x e c u t i o n s ;  b u t  h e  w a s  a w h i t e  m an ,  
a n d  f o r  t h a t  r e a s o n  th e  r e s p o n s ib i l i t y  
eoom ed  t o  li e  w i t h  h im .
' I 'h e  c o u n c i l  w a s  p r o lo n g ed  f o r  h o u r s ,  

a n d  t h e n  S a l to s e  p a s s e d  s e n t e n c e :  Mc-
C l e l l a n  s h o u ld  b e  Im m e d ia t e ly  p u t  to  
d e a th .
T h e  o f l lc e r  s a id  a o th ln g ,  b u t  s a t  mo- 

tIonle.s.s, a p p a r e n t l y  q u i t e  I n d i f f e r e n t  to  
h i s  f a t e .  H i s  lls tle .'wnetss  t h r o w  h is  
c a p t o r s  o f f  t h e i r  g u a r d ,  b u t  t h o  i n s t a n t  
w h e n  t h e  s e n t e n c e  w a s  p a s s e d  h e  m o v -
e d  l ik e  a  fl jush; h e  w h i p p e d  o u t  h i s  r e -
v o l v e r  a n d  h e ld  it  c lo se  t o  t h e  c h i e f ’s  
tem p le .
“ R e v o k e  t h a t s e n t e n c o , "  h e  c r ie d ,  w i t h  

h i s  ( in go r  c l i c k in g  t h o  t r i g g e r ,  “ o r  I 
s h a l l  k i l l  y o u  t h i s  i n s t a n t ! "
S a l t e s e ,  I n d i a n  a n d  s to i c  t h o u g h  h e  

w a s ,  g r o w  l iv id  w i t h  f e a r .
“ I r e v o k e  i t ! "  h e  e x c l a im e d .
“ I  m u s t  h a v e  y o u r  w o r d  t h a t  I  c a n  

l e a v e  t h i s  c o u n c i l  i n  s a f e t y ! ”
“ i ' o u  h a v e  t h e  w o rd  o f  S a l t e s e , ”  w a s  

th o  q u i c k  r e s p o n s e .
M cC lo lhm  k n e w  t h a t  t h o  p le d g e  w a s  

s acrec l , a n d  h e  l o w e r e d  h i s  r e v o l v e r  a n d  
r e l e a s e d  t h o  c h i e f .  T h e n  b e s t r o d e  o u t  
o f  t h e  t e n t ,  r e v o l v e r  In  h a n d ,  m o u n t e d  
h i s  hoi*se a n d  r o d e  a w a y ,  t o  s u m m o n  
Ills f o l lo w e r s  a n d  p l a c e  a s  m a n y  m i l e s  
a s  p o s s ib l e  b e tw e e n  t h e m s e l v e s  a n d  t h e  
I n d i a n s .

Tho  Outw ltto< l R obb e r ,  
“Strategj*, my  boy! S tra tegy  d id it ,"  

a n  old Welsh postboy  m igh t have  re -
plied w hen  a sked  how  he ou tw itted  tho 
highwayman . Mr. B.aines tells th e  
s to ry  In his volume, “On th e  T rack  of 
the  Mall Coach."
'J'he old postboy, while  crossing w ith 

the  mails  a  lonely spot in  G lamorgan-
shire , w as  ha lted  by a  h ighwayman, 
who, p re sen t ing  two pis to ls  a t  him , de-
m anded  tho  malbi and  bullion.
‘T o n ’t shoo t me, and  I  will give you 

all I  h a f  got,"  sa id  the postboy, p re -
pa r ing  to  h and  ove r  th e  bags.
“Put,  I w iss you would il re a  pu lle t 

th rough  my h a t  to  help me to  s a tis fy  
my m as te r  t h a t  I h a f  been  robbed."
Bang! th rough  tho  h a t  w en t  tho  bul-

let, a n d  th e  postboy  exclaimed: 
“Thee r ,"  ho ld ing  o u t  th e  h a t  a t  a rm ’s 

length , " th a t  w ill nvy o f  a l l  'h e r  a s s o c i a t e s .  I 
f o u n d  l h a t  s h e  w a s  a  v e r y  l i g h t  c a t e r  
a t  h e r  m e a l s ,  b u t  s'he  h a d  a  p e c u l i a r  
c u s tom  o f  t a k i n g  a  p l a t e  o f  a p p l e s  to 
h e r  ro(»m a t  n i g h t  a n d  J 'a l l n g  th em  
s low ly  a s  s h e  s tu d i e d  h e r  l e s s o n s .  T h i s  

h e r  n ‘g u l a r  in‘ai*t lce.  S om e  o f  
th o  o t h e r  g i r l s  in t ii e  i n s t i t u t i o n  to ok  
I t  up . am i  1 k n ow ,  a s  a r e s u l t  o f  m y  
p e r s o n a l  i n v e s t i g a t io n ,  t l i a t  t h e ' a p p l e -  

t i n g  g ir l  h a s  tin* b e s t  c om p le x io n  o f  
ty in  t h e  s choo l ."

“Tiin 01(1 Vflituw AlmnuHc.**
Wlion Ella  Whtwlor Wilcox wro te  tho 

pooin, having for title tlio (-ami' h'>ailing a; 
tills urtlcio, sho t()Uobo best physicians In thin 
coual ry  for yHiirs, ami Is aruKula r proseription. 
It, ineoinposeil of tlm best, toui< h kiunvti. com- 
b la edwit h  th e  bestb lnud  iHu Nlei s. aellntr d:- 
rectly on tiie mtic rms sur fnc-s. '1 bo jiorfuct 
combination of tho  two ln«reflieutH Ir wbiu

C lucesKUch wonderful resul ts lu curing  ea- h. .Send for testimonials f rce.^  , ^
F. J .  CllK.NEY & Co., ProiiH., Toledo, O.

Sold by druKuiatfl. price 7rjc.

I use Piso’s Cure for Consumption both  In 
iiy family and prac tice.—Du. U. W. Pati'EU- 
ON, Inkste r,  MIeh., Nov. r>. 1804.

W rsi*  bilious or eosttve. e a t  a  Cancarel, 
iandr ca thartic: cure euaraatQeil; 10c., ioc.

If afnicted with  sore eyes u.se Dr. Isaac Thomii- 
jon’s EyoWater.  Dru«jfists sell a t  'S'm  pe r bottle

PITStt«pued  freeand  perm annntlycared . No 
Bta a fte r  flrot day’a uw  of  Dii. K l i h b ’s  G k * a t  
SsKTaRcinoitKK. FreeS2 tr ia l bo ttleaod trea t-  
iae. Send to  Ur. K line.iOl A rch  S t..P hU a .,P a .

J u s t  try  a  lOc. box of OaaearetH, candy  ca- 
tbariic. Uneat liver aad  bowel reffulator made.

M oto r a n d  M isery,
Oomprossed a ir  as a  motlvo power  for  

st ree t  railways will iu  t im e supersede uloc* 
tr io wires and tho trolley. Nncesslty and in -
vention make rapid  changes,  bu t some old^ 
su re,  unfail ing  methotifi will hold good  fott 
all time. The norvos a re  th e  olnetrlc wires 
of th e  human systum, and  of ten “ jangle ou t  
of t u n e ,"  aa when  neura lg ia  .Hllpsthe trolley 
of the  sy stem and it ffi imis a nd  groans with  
pain. The  old moto r  for  th e  cure  of paln^ 
dt. ,Tacobs Oil, will a lw ays act as  electric In- 
duenoo on  tho piiin st r icken nerves, a n a  will 
.send a  cu rren t  of cure  th rough  th e  disor-
dered  wires,  and br ing about a  perfect  res to-
ration. Noth ing new can  improvenponwhu t 
is  known to be the  be.nt a nd  la  th«
tr ea tm en t  of pain fu l diseafeo.

.Mrs. Winslow’s .Soolhlng Syrup for clilldn

W O M A N ' S  S T H U G G L B .

A l l  w om e n  w o rk .
Som e  in  t h e  hom es .
S om e  i n  c h u r c h ,  a n d  som e  in  t h s  

w h i r l  o f  so c ie ty .
M a n y  in  t h e  s t o r e s  a n d  sh o p s ,  a n d  

t c n s o f  t h o u s a n d s  a r c  on  t h e  n e v e r -c ea s -  
m g  I r c a d m i l l  e a r n i n g  t h e i r  d a i l y  food.
A l l  a r o  Huli jeot t o  t h o  s am e  p h y s i c a l  

l a w s ;  a l l s u f -

s e r i o u s  
derange- I 
m en t i n  
the  w om b .
L y d ia  -E. P i n k -  
h a m ’s  “ V e g e t a b l e  C o m p o u n d ” is  t h e  
u n f a i l i n g  c u r e  f o r  t h i s  t r o u b le .  I t  
s t r e n g t h e n s  t h o  p r o p e r  m u s c le s ,  a n d  
d i s p l a c em e n t  w i t h  a l l  i t s  h o r r o r s  W'ill 
o o  m o r e  c r u s h  y ou .
B a ck u c b e ,  d iz z in e s s ,  f a i n t i n g ,  “ b e a r -

i n g - d ow n ,” d i s o i d c r e d  s tom a c h ,  m o od i -
n e ss ,  d i s l i k e  o f  f r i e n d s  a n d  s o c ie ty— all  
s y m p t o m s  o f  t h e  o n e  c a u s e—w il l  be  
quic lc ly  d is p e l le d ,  a n d  y o u  w ’l l  a g a i n  

be  f re ;i .

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nny dnivKht irill olitnin ri KUjiply wliciin-ii
.....................
coiilulnliiK ten tal>uk'!i. vfll bo bi‘IU, (wet- 

■ nitilrPM for Hvo c«‘ntHjn Ktompj*,
Spnioo St., Now York'. UntU lUo ifoodB nre thor-

cnrtonfi) for by mail forS4.K9. fiirrowCW 
ciirtoiiM for e».63^ ^fiB^roM^(8^ iW^ar^a) Yop
f]^clit^or*e:^n. bs cuorKuti at tho buyer’** cost.

REVOLVERFREE. WATCH FREE
1 3 8 o the ra r tic le s . CostnohunR. fleadouroffer

•Unwed. Remember, jfM w . . . . , ----—«-.v....... :
cIcAm, unil Ihe HoarilclennHmeilatxivearufrcu. Ifynii don’t 
runiilil tliiu!. Atiihc.s^ f^oininiin 
i na t ions lo J .  F. Cronin.  Fai Roclniwuy, X. Y

l i l ' .A l .  I ' ;S T '. \T K .

TIio sulfts of  Ttr.nl Kntat.> u t  A rvc rno, F a r  
Rockawny  & IJu -Knway lieuoli. no twitl istnnd-  
injr tlin (lull times lur  tin* las t fow ytmrs, iiavu 
been vory Malisfactoiy, oiul jnii ’cH nr.' 
initi’italiifilwli('nHiii;f|i'  lots ut  F a r  lUickawa' 
Koll a t  S 2 ,r.()U rjor. lots on Ro.-kaway 
3Jeadi licl .  W. cor,
John  & Ctitharino Sts.,  I 'a r  *lvoci<.

• ' n > v u y , ........................................ -1 ,000
Same tosanu*, 2iJ, 'l70 s(j. ff. on Wave 
Cro6t A ve . , : ) ‘Jil 1 .0 80  4 -1 0  N. U". 
cor. John & Cuthnrino Sts. FarRoelf -
a w a y ........................................ 1 0 ,000

Tbos. C. Kndirn r.jf. to Reubfii "VV. 
lloap, f  narc«Is siluiited a t  Arvortie. 
Rockuway RlmicIi - - - 10 .0 00  

Recltftway I’u rk  ln»i)rovt?n)ont Co. to 
John  H . 'J a y lo r ,  lot? 4:r_*-3:{ Hll< 8 
"Mnp Rocktiway IJank, Rovkaway
Remh , ........................................1 ,0 00

MOKTGAGES.

275  N. liouievurd . BouUaway I^iur.'h.
Geo. W . Kesslur to  Kliz. FrnuliJicii, 
Cente r Avo., N. S.  200  B. ClarkTA' i'.
CO X 150  Fa r  Roi-kawfiy - - 2, 

Clark  St . John in  Wjjj. W. Van Val/. iii, 
Amernmu Avo. W . S. 150  S. (J^ruan 
1 0 0  X 100  Arverno-by-Ui-os to 

rtotjyto do to Sccriitary Olney, wt»
I tfAVc to a corresponii-nt, wlui rcprc-sL>nts a 
1 London and a Ho^ fm paper hi U ashin-^ to , 
I ft copy of tlio m b.iralion tri.*uiy In fore ti*t 

the si;;naturus of iiinitjcU' and me 
I British Aniba^ iador wasthoronghly dry.
1 yet the Senate Ims taken no notice of this ex- 
I traovdinary act of Secretary Olney. Indeed. 
I two days after Ihn full text of tlu« treaty hud 
Ibeon published In llie newspapcts the Senate 
Icomiuitoe on Foreign Relaiions so!t;ninly di.s- 
Icussed. without reaehinir a conchiHlon, the 
Iqueatlon of authorizing' ih« jjublii.jition of tlui 
■treaty, wlilcU was done later Ly the SeJiuto.

t of tlilnifwould 1)0 farcical anywhere 
in aSi'iiate i;oniinlitee, but .so ^ reat 

» the diRnity wiili h doth hoiiye a .Senator— 
ding to ‘iiH oi)iniim of many of tij>* Sen* 

itorf—lliat it. woulil be a crime s.;iond only 
3 treason to charge {vconimitteeof liie -unato 
rttli playing a lan o. bu it miiNt hcs said that 
a dlacnssion leCerred to wa.'*, undei- tlio clr- 
jstances. a qood inutation of a farc(*.

I According to present ajjpt nrances, a com- 
lation of diplomatic opi,osition. pi-r onal 
jelln^ , and urnali jjolitics niitv endanyci-, ir 
tnctually prevent, the ratillc. tioa of the 

tbltratlon treaty betwf:en the UnU 
j»d Great Britain, wlii< h was sij 
|i«Dtatives of both yovLM-nmen 
0 Senate this week. In view of the kno>vn 
kitiment of the country in favor of the arhi- 
ktion of internatloniii diirerenccs, it was 

that tho Senate would promptly

r a t i f y  tho t reaty.  I t  was known,  o f  course, 
t b n t  Uio diplomatic rcprosenlatives of  Euro* 
p eon  countries, especially Rushin, would like 
to  SCO this tr ea ty  f a i l ,bu t  i tw a i  not supposed 
tl i n t  they would duro to engage  in in tr igue  to 
b r i  ngabou t  its failure; bu t  thoy a ro doing th a t 
v o ry  tiling. And tho per-onal  foeling ol 
S ena to rs  against Secre ta ry  Olney because of 
tlio piisition ho main ta in s concerning  tlie 
ja jwur of the  r re s id en t in recognisiniz ncn- 
-iati*jus is helping them, and  tho sma 
• loUticH of  thoso repnl)lican Senato rs  wliu art
i i h ’ g t h a t  the tr ea ty  ahull b« jo ii:u'iii',<

»r even lost en tirely ra th e r  than to .see flu 
i-Jininistrntion uol any  credit  for hiving 
irdUght it about is doing likewiho. 'I'ins sit 
nation is not credital-h- to the Senate, but i 
-.vivls all the same.^ Pid)lic j ipm ion  call.-(U 
liiilt nn ilIc Ciiljan”'jin'iOisiii in tir>TS‘enati' 
porhnps tho .saino power may get the a rb i l ra  
t io n  tr e a ty  ratified. We shall sue.
Sena to r  Hill has novj*r advo^nte l a  br tlei  

Mif.'isure than tin- Ml] he introduced hisuee l  
p rov id ing  iha t  all  ]>(ist[iiastei's shall serve a 
avui of four years, unh-ss removed for  cause, 
a l though  its introduction a t  this la*e lioui 
, 'ivos it snndl cluuice tii become a law.
I f  it be fair to judge  b^ the growl in.

.uKmg the members of the i loii.se, Speaki- 
{eod d id 'n t ploase anybody  but the  tw«>
1,'uiitlemen natupd when he gave  Represt nia 

t, v e  Hailey, of'I 'exiis, tlie d(*mocra*ic vat ariey 
II f ln( (L'onuniltee on Rules, and ]5oatner. < 
f.,a., the vacancy on the »Vays and  Jlean  
Commit tee .
AUhoiit-h th e l lo a se  kille l tiieP.icific Hall 

r o ad  funding  bill by an  ovei'whel'oing 
imij(»rity, it  showed its sympathy for one of 
(ho le ading advocates of tiiat bill byo rde i  - 
i.ig  M s|n-ech s,rieke;i from the  record whicl
h.d been iiwt’ried under the leave to print , . -t-Mi r --
rnIebyRepresontfttlve.'\lagMireof California, I HI t l lC  \'lllagC of rlc*lll]).-;lcr.c!.
ind which irontained refen'nce.H to tlie int 
it i tto r  a tt a ' k oil William H. irear-jl, strieke  
f rom  (he Record. 'I’his a'-'ion wns ({d one i

The  unckrsigned, Receiver 

of T axes  for tlic Town of 

Hempstead, bcrd)^' gives 

notice tliat he will he in a t-

tendance to r.iccive T axes  at 

his officc, in

L. C. S m i t h ’s  H o te l ,  .Vi.iin S t r e e t ,  

In the V illage of llcn ipstcad , 

on

M on d ay ,  J a n .  j 8 t h ,  :St)7, 

and everj- daj- ihereal'icr inuii 

and inchiding 

Sdlurdny, F'cbruriry 2oth. 

Suiida3'.s and JIol da3's ex-

cepted. A fter I 'eb rn a iy  zo, 
the undersigned will n;-ci\x' 

taxes on .Monday’ anti 'I'rie:;- 

day only of each week, at tl;e 

Receiver’s office. i\Iain S tre i t ,

W ' R T K I N  W - J O N E S
R OCKAWAY B E A iH M E  f l ■1,1'

Z ^ © x > 27© E i© 2a . t : e c 3 ..

fav  1Rocf?awa\>, %, ‘fl

M O M E Y .

i^i(.

; ir h7 ;h :Tr :

Sa/f lieti vfinj to pur-

kfiowlerlgiiig (lint- h-  had b-i n h 
teil In N ewY - ' ik i i l id  yivitn.- iletfiils ol 
gointf to Calif.,ri.ia and  workitiuMo re-^d 
good name ;.nd to lep  y  (lu! money, in 
of  w h ich  objects heslio .vid thnl. hehnd  
c<>edi d. 'J hero were tears in the  eyes of 
thun ..no man on the l!oor..f the I'l.mse when 
.Mr. .Tolmson said in his speeeli : •• I tell this 
to hIiow th a t 1 am not asiiamed of i;iv life, 
t h a t  I have not r o n c ’ah'd thi^ Idol iip jo if.
Can every  man in this llons i;and tiiis f;.;iinrr\' 
sa y  so  much ? In Sacramento I h.-ivi* built up 
a  n am e ' u i d  a fame tha t  any  man might Ijo 
proud  of .”

I t  wnn i)lain to bo seen by ;lhc a})a1hy with 
which tho sp;-eciies luatle by Sen dors M iMs 
and Ba(;oii tlii-i week, on the t-iiban re 'ohi 
lion o f  the  former , were leeeivoil t i n t  the 
Sen a te  has about arr ived  at the  coin Ii is Idii 
i l i n t t h e  (.'nban (lun^^iion is dcail, so fa r  us 
this  Hc ssion <.f Coiigrt.ss i.s'.■Dncernetl.

A Word to tlic Wise.

i^ar tios v.ii,. nave jir >purty t.n Insuj-c, 
loss o r  daniago by lire or  lightning, 
consu l t  the ir busr inle 
Me.ssrs, Watkiii )V .loiies & Co., a t  ^ijei 
Rockawny  Reach b ranch Insurance  Olllct 
on tho  sontli side of the  Buulevard, betwuen 
Dod;ie a n d  Pleasant Avenue, 'i’his old «s* "■J"-'” 
iitl»li^btnl agency represents none bu t st r ic tly  V
llrsl c la ss  companies, and  is c onduc t 'd  by  T a \ p ay  
u n d c rw r i t e r ^ o '  long experience. Fair deal-  by mail l-\

'’r i n Z ! ' A .  -/V . 5l^>H O O a a  Pianfi and Orr’.'in Makers.

ng  a n d  ])roi.iei .suttle.nent of  ]os>c! 
motto .

i<])eluys  in se tllements of looses, often fo l-
lowed Ijy t' .ulious and expensive litigation a re  
iHua lly  th e  re.sid': of property  owneis g iv ing 

busini'.ss to nnexperienceil biokei.^ h a v -
ing  l i t t le  or  no knowledge of  the husinirts, <,r 

n t s  whose limited knowletlgi

!! F^EE! Si ml for mir new l.Mia lal* nlnf?UK, lllu^ t^H^ l•ll Ja cnluis, «iimiiinuj« full dc.-'eiipnmis of all (iiir I 'huios niiii UrcnnN. kl^MKMHKtt ue  mu the oaiy—— ----  >*■■*» of uctiial niiuiur:tc!tiri r^.s
,, , ,, . tl’is gcueral (lubtlc direct, the only firm where voii

‘ here are iii. Agents’, IloHlora’ hr  MliMlciili.ii „ |il
"'I"''"- C-isy-CAS IIZ  o r  o a  E A S V  P A Y M E N T S . . ^
to KtiStVdiir r i r c  ia.Mijnrf.s. . autl hhippi-il on iKIrl'y ci:ivs' trii

pccinl w i i r r a n t ^ ^ l ^ j j ^ f o r  iwcnty-tlvc yoiirs. Ao f/iouey nv

Roc]^a\^’a3  ^ Beach L. I 

IV lE i iS S S M E R  Proprietor

MK'v. Rooms anil IJoard by the day 

1 1; F ; n e  li-’e s t a u r a n t

a m d  C i g a r s

' TEKB ’ . . . . . . . . .

:.ivc;il3, .intl Tradc-Mnrl:r, obtained nr.il all 
iitliusincsaconouctcjf.ir Mode ratc  Fe cb . J

I c a t  ^

di dcscrip«g 
3 or nut, frco oi'S 

till patent isscciirod. (> 
A PAMPHtET. ‘Mf '‘’vtoOl)tainratcnt.--.,’'willi> 

:ost of .satau in tlic U, S. and forciKn countriM!, 
;ont free. Address, i*

't€.A.SmOW&G©

OFFICE IS Oppo site  U. s . Fa teh t C
caascrurc p. itcntm lw3 tims than 
from Washin^ion. 
rnodcl, (irawin'j or photo., '
\ \ c  ndvisc, if patentable or 
Oiir fee not chio till patent isscciirod.

pencil  
siicii o 
lo‘«3<*K ;
I .su

’ tlioir policiii

D.itcil Monday,  |,i:). f)ih. ilSyy.

Ct lAKI. i. :^  U . !;,\11 i 'll 

j an i6 -fnv  KKCi;i\ i.i- . .k r .

Ta x  CULLKCTOii'S A'UTU'

1 k iQii I ii
G c o r > y e  I / J h u

p.iCT. i i o c K A W A Y  r : : a c i i  a : : d  k a r  r o c i c a -\v a y .

Finff„you weiiiii.tdoast thOT nin 

WICOHEUUUn.S.......... . ('..for t
)C two liuuUroU hiTei

[  WM. MACCOLINI,
Landscape Contractor.

l-laiis Si.ctiriculioiis ai.,1 l-sliiiialfs 
on Applu'atiuu. riic llcst Kefcrcncc f.ivca.

Skilled

l)li:i{litniM % (JO.. Pai«'Ht AtKir- 
ueys.■'ViiKl.lni'toii. U, <;..f.ir t iie'f fet.h,(i jirl;so oaor 

, ■'uii llHl oi’ two huailred iuvo’ lioua warned.

beer  a spcciuity .

W 5L L 3AM  W IL L E T T ,  J r . ,  

£ i t t o c i i c \ ?  n n &  C o u n o d l o r -  

a t - l L a w .

fJilM-c l AK KOCK.VWAV. I.. I. 

O '-i’OStTK i ’0;-iT UFI-’ICK.
li ? . U>-;idei!ci-. I.iwond. I,. I. -^ <11

IS'Ol'AUV.rURLlC , QIJia.:N.S COUNTY.

i P a i n t t ' i - &  i p n p c r  i D a i u j e r ,

Kalsondntnjr; Tln ling. &c.

ROOM S  PA P ERED  F nOM  $ 0 . 0 0  UP.

p i : -  WOK K U AK ANTLvKD. -fi-S;

m ’:e :

! WALL PAPERS
FOH THIS l l lL l a oX  !

C i o a v s ,  T o b a c c o ,

FAR  ROCKfiW flY .

J O H x N  M U L L S N ,

AGENT  FOR

J a m e s  E v e r a r d ’s

■cii:cL

Centr al  Avenue, (ncpr Depot,1

FAR  ROCKAWAY.

M-G. C O M B S ,

' U j ^ E R A I i
GRADUATE OF UNn'l iD  STATKS COI.LIiCl-: Ol' ItMllAI.MINH

Wepl] one orders for Carriages, Coaclies or W agonettes  to 
H ire , will be p romptly  responded  to.

TnT.Iil'IIONKCAI.r., .13 11, FAK ROCKAWAV.

^ d c a i i r e s s ,  1 1ST ' W O  o ;d ,
9,1897-

3 1 i -  I -

p e r

PAI.N-T.9.01l,s, VAUKI.snES, WIN'DOU' 
l.iL.lS.'i, Alt.'I.STH’ JIATKIUAI.S, &c. 

CITY PR IC E S .

* L

W

l a ^ f Beef.
ALSO? EVERARD ’S

f iLES AND POhTER.

PMi  ROCK.\WAY, L  1.

Central Avenue, opp. Hnnk,

F A R  ROCKAWAY .

C H A R L IE  H A L E ,

F i r s t  C la s s  H a n d  L a u n d r y

A U .K IN ’n SO V  LAUiN’UUV WORK  IX)NH 

Orders called for and delivered free of e’iar'>-e.
Kcunun’i  Block, ROt:KAWAY BEACIJ. 

P .O .  Box d3 .  n o v l - t ‘OU

r o  LLr V

iif .  ' 

. C i v

I  ConlUin & Sons
Engineers,

WRIlTE RSS5 OSr’PCWi.ARS.
The Kew Koine MiH Maciiiiie Co.

BY

Surveyors 
JAMASCA N. V.
2RAMCH  O FF IC E  CENTRAL  AVENUn  

1 FAR r o c k a w a y

SHeES
F .

Call

w .  T O L E r v ' - iA f ^
t'AK ItOCKAWAV, 1,. I.

‘ n„uM.auy

w. B. IffilM i’S
AllNEfflL W/iTERS.

U,:U, l y n l  F . . - l i o d « w , . y

Aiialy sf .s ,

I publish Jieicwith a ci riin...! i >

"  '* ftJA.V,

I' Rockaway, N. Y
Di3An S tn -

■innljM.1, I fouml it t„  „u 

t. rnM.I  or, nO -100  or  „.,„1

, ,  ‘llistillt..
»ud .  I

pure.st Water c b ta inald e .  In- 
I l>o>t suit,.,! foi ‘ 

nnd fo r  Ih t i):oL'i:i :i .,i i,,

wtUer,” 
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