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CONNECTIOUT EASTERN NEWS. -oJlAS. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN ENTERPRISING PAPE~ FOR ENTERPRISING PEOPLE. VOL. II. NIANTIC. CONN •• TUESDAY., OCTOBER 1, 1895. j . Works Both Ways. • I'. I I'. Dr. J. Hamilwn Gale's Welcome Cough and Lung Balsam CURES YOUR COLll. AND BY PURIFYING YOUR BLOOD PREVENTS MORE COLDS. , This Remedv is always efficacious. The principles upon which is cures .ppM1s. to r~u~ conscience. Bundreds. of bad cases In this Vlclhlty have been cured by It O:n.ly :2 5 Oen. ts a, Bottle. Dr. Gale's Cough and Lung Balm and B,~ood Purifier. J. H. DAY, JR., Peed, Grain, Hay, Flonr, Etc., at ,Wholesale. LuIoEB. SHINGLES AND BlTILDERS HARDWARE AND MATERIALS. 8AYBROOK JUNCTION, Conn. A.HOLT, -DULERIN-I aIIo make a .peclalty ot the ftnelt WINES AND LIQUORS • .. IhdIcaI ~. Orden trom _ ~ toWD 1011c1tecl. WILLlAlf. A. HOLT, New LoDdon. . Ni~tic House , NIANTIC, CONN. ............ , 0,.. . ~ti ' lile Ye&!'. Commercl.1 ... -.. ftCeIft .peolal attention. 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KEENEY, DENTIST, 104 Sta t e St ,~ OVDERRU SGT At!RTRv'RS E. Our specialties for the man th are: Teeth filled with Porcelain the exact shade of the natural teeth, $1.00. Teeth Crowned wit h Downey, Richmond or Lowan Crowns, $10. Artificial Teeth, gum or plain teeth, $10. Denlofine and Vitalized Air used tor painless extracting, 50c, and $1.00. EST ABLISHED 20 YEAm!. Remember. No. 1M. St&test.t overStarr'a Drug Store OF Ea.ST BERLIN, CONN •• -can t;ell You a- Oood Iron or Steel Roof, -.~ 'rhere has been organized in Egypt a Patriotio League, for the purpose of driving the English out of Egypt. It is stilted that, taking the country all over, there are an unusual number' of applioants for relief from marital misery. """======~ In Englanil a private in the army oannot buy a first-oloss tioket on steamer or railroad, and many hotels' refuse him accommodations. A bioycle factory was recently es· tablished in the State ' Prison of Michigan and is now turning out an average of Aightl'en maohines a day. In Switzerland a prisoner has just' been ralensed from a prison to whioh he hael been sent more thnn a year ago for the OffOllll8 of speaking dJ.e. respecU~llJ to a judge. Vermont has fallen under the displeasure of the fire insurance man, states the New York Post, and a general advllnc\!, of twenty per Ojlnt. in rates is no~" promUlgated by the New En/l'land Insurance Exohange. A Philadelphifm announoes the discovery. that a strip of red ribbon stret~heil across. a window will keep mosquitoes out. A mosquito so large as to be unable to pass through the space remaining woul(l assuredly be nblo to break the ribbou. Why not substitute an iron bar? asks the San Francisco Euminer. "If the human family is ever wiped off from the face of the earth," said an eminent physician, "it will be on account of the failure of its digestive apparatus. There is 'nothing so im· pOl·tant to the health and welfare of the people AS what they eat, and there are few tlliugs that are handlAd more injudiciously than the subject of diet." Ten years ago the number of European visitors to Egypt from Novem· ber to April consisted chielly of the friends of the English a~my of occupation. Five years later the tourists reaehed an aggregate of 4000 and were nearly all English. During the winters of 1892 to 189! the numbers were raised to 5400, and in the sessi<ln just concluded there were no less than 7492 arrivals into the oountry. The Snn Francisco Chronicle print· ed a twelve page supplement devoted to the history Rod development of the publio school system of California. It is only forty· seven years since the first scbool house was built in the State, yet now the annual expenditure for public 'Echools is nearly 86,000,- 000. and 6500 teachers are employed in instrnoting 240,000 pupils. These teachers are paid more liberally than in any other State, lind they rank high in efficienoy. The State Univerlity and its affiliated colleges have been very liberally endowed, and the ~ompetition of Stanford University h&8 helped instead of injuring it. The bequest of J. O. 'Wilmerding of 8400,- 000 for- the establishment of a school in which boys may learn trades has fallen due. This new teohnioal sohool ,will be' under the State University, -W. Cantwell, L. D. 8. and every effort will be made to ren- DI!JITIoL Il00 .. 1111 COld iro. 76) SUT. erUft, N&1I' LOJlO;ON. COliN •. STOVES AND. RANGES •• • der it eIBcient. by Dr. F. C. Hotebkl ... Dr ....' NU • • u eacb c&oe per.oully. 0111. .. a.l1L ,1 to a p. m. Jlla.RTIC. COlOl - liD IARBLE WORK • • • and • .ren_lUne ot kltchell uteDIIlI. J. E. JIlL LIAR, Tlnlmlth .... lrPlumber, Niantic, Conn. Bepalrlac or aU ItlDdi nuU,. aDd prompUy dODe. ~ ... ... •. JOHN c, PEABODy') ..........t.... T .... rl ..... rk oj ..............- eyer, de.erlptl ••• Fine line of Cigars and tobacco. Ift&IN 8T" NI&NTUl. _Loe&l ..... t ror til. NE .... Mothers are warned by Popular Science News againat the dangerons elJ'eota of constaut prattle with their iufants. The processes by which the brain ot the infant is formed are oomparatively slow and exquisitely dell. oate, and any interferenoe with them will surely be followed by some ill effect that may be either temporary or permanent, &8 the oause that prodnces it is transient or lasting. Talking too muoh to engage the attention, with the hope and expectation of seeing lOme response, is a tax on the young mind that may &8 ret be beyond it. powers ot relistanoe, and mut therefore be harmful and daagerous. Many a young lite has also been sacrificed by maternal and paternal importunity. and tl14rgrowing intellect impeded and perverted by what i8 oalled "the. foroing prooess. " To see the boy at the head of his ol&8ss may end in putting him at the foot of it, and all becauss the yearning parents have done too much talking and!fondling. People keep talking about the "bal- .Uk ... ~t, QalDe, and tile Dad. SIlYer Qre, Qran~ &,eeIaltit'a. F WI H anoe of trade,'.' and wondering why so A BEG' T muoh gold keeps sliding out of th6 ., 1 I United States Treasury and slipping ON"'or wi.rt .. and 'MeaDIDIl lloDa_ntl 10 ~met.-rle8 prompt- ., attAInded to. . - J _plOJ DO travellnr a.eDt.. Send me I ...s lor dealpl ana ullmatel. £. 8. D& VII!i. - LIV· ElY F~""n 'aoroBB the Atlantio. But the thins • o.JJII»l doesn't look so' hard, admits the New -AND- Orlellnl Picayuue, when one considers BO IRDIUa a'PIBLES the followiug figures, made up by 0 a n g.~ a London correspondent, who says that Amerloan tourists have saved the Lon· SpEOIAL ATTEIITIOII TO TRAVELING MEN. don shopkeepers from the worst sea. T.nmlng or n11 kind. and Hack. and Singlo IOn they have ever known. Says the R . D WOLF e 'reams at 0. moment's notice. correspondent: The Telegraph esti· _ ' " J NIANTIC. - Conn. mates the number of Americans who have paBBed through London si lice G ERNEST CHADWIC~, Jannary at 130,000. That seems im· Att Rr C I possible, so the estimnte may be cut Orney II ounse or at Law, one·quarter, or to 100,000. Eaoh 0' NOTARY PUBLIC. these 65,000 must naturally have avHnnill Building. New London, from 10 a. m. to S p. m. Old Lyme from i p. m. to I, 6 p. m. Appointment. mllde for nny tlmo. eraged 875 for notel bills. anil it is by 110 means extnvagant to guess that other expendit.Ires will average twice &8 much more. Sixty·five times 8225 are 8U,625,OOO. and more than enough oan be added to that, without utravaganoe of estimate, to bring it up to 620,000,000 for London alone. What muat it be for the whole of Jilu· ONE OF TUE LABGKST LINES or Willi Paper and Paint In the Cit,. Comprllln« over 60,000 rolll ot tbe Floelt Wall Paper to lelect trom. ,·R . J. SISK, l~ ~n~ ~~ •• ~, f~l. • rop'? EARTH-BOUND. ~eAk wbo will for stal'rY lovo, Mysterl"" or the milky wa!', O'er the seoret sped rum pOSt", Gatherod from the ol.tant ray • Neo11ess I ',~Oh, I 'have no fear of you," he with unwouted interest, and I more repj ied, with charming oandor. "1 than ever regretted not carrying out thi~k I know a rogue when I see one. my 'half-forl!led intention of asking In:my line of business I have oocasion ~im home. or tbo sky: Give me what the grasses say W» I.perlng down the summer day. Searcb who lists the unfnl homed deep Far below the laughing wa I'es, Wistful what tbe ages keep to lDix with all sorts of people. anil As I spoke I recollected about the ne6r~:r a lifetime of experienoe has jewels, and wondered what the owner's gi .. en me a suflioienli' insight into the feelings would be on discovering his oh~aotera of men to be able almost loss. The awkward part of the affair to,l~dlte them Ilt a glanoe." was that. although I had told the Safely bid In ocean O'n'''S. . Naught I onre What they bear, Tell me what the bubbles bymn Dancing on tbe billow's brim. Turn who 10Dgs the dusty 8croll; Record of 8 vanished age, WOlldering "ho my companion gentleman a good deal of my'private oould be, but convinced in my own affairs, I had not disclosed to him mind that he was some one of impor- either my name or address, uor had tanoe, and /laUered somewhat by his he imparted his to me, therefore the oontldence, I handed him baek the idea of dirp.ot communioation could b~. wbioh he placed on the seat be- not be enWrtained. What would be side mine, and immediately started an- best to do I hardly knew. other rnn of entertaining conversa- My wife's womanly interest in the ~ion. " Considerably to my regret, jewels 11'&8 naturally great, aud as m.., this was interrupted ay the trBin-piiIr. ouriosity was also considerably ing lip at a station. aroused, we decided that we would , "~ .here is my destination~" said empty the bag in order to have a look ~, .• g .... .:rising -at· onoe and taking at them. W 9 began to do 'so at once. up JWi beg. "Good afternoon I I hope At the top 11'&8 a quantity of paper, JOu will allow me to wish you many whiob.we carefulJy removed and un. happy returns of the day I" folded, fear lui lest a valuable diamond Book what firell tbe berd's sou,, Nerved bis arm or dulled bls rage. Wbat I prize . Nover lies, Give ma but the faithful chart or my oomrade's 10\1ng beart. -Bamnel Mintnm Peck, In Boston TranscrIpt. • A LITTLE. SURPRISE, HAD been married ' In another moment he was gone, should roll out unheeded. Nothing just a twelvemonth and I felt quite sorry to lose the com- of this kind, however, ooourred, aud and, as I believed, panionship cf s:) interesting a fellow- we want on eagerly seaTching until, I had got the very traveler. Friendships are often formed right at· the bottom of the bag, 11'8 deart'st little 11'0- at tint sight, and had this man re- oame upon the villuables. They con- ' man in the world mained in my oompany much longer, sisted of a small hand chisel, a coil of for my wife. The I felt convinced it would have resq,lted stout rope, several 'skeleton keys and year just oonoluded iu my oontraoting a new one. How a box of sil~nt matches. had in consequenoe delightful it would have been, I I wil1 not attempt to describe my been the happiest thonght, to Nit him to make Qne of feelings. It was quite unneoessary to of my existence, our httle dinner-party that evening. tell me that I had been nioely robbed, and I resolved to make my partner B What a oharm would his interesting ' and that my entertaining fellow. little present in remembrance of the conversation prove to my wife, wbose traveler was a beastly fraud, and his event which had made us one for life. knowledge of the world, like my own, £10,000 worth of jeweJry a detestable As I knew how muoh more delightfnl 11'&8 unfor~unately not based on a very mytb. I am afraid I looked as small a gift beoomes when it is unexpected, extensive personal experience. With as I felt. I .said nothing to my wife of my in· an indistinct intention of acting upon My wife oould not resist a smile at tentions, wishing to take her quite by this balf-formed idea, I rose from my my dejected appearance. surprise. The accompanyiDg narra- seat and peered through tho oarriage "This is indeed a surprise," she ~ive will, I think, show how complete- door, but the man had gone out of said, trying to put a cheerfnl e.spect Iy I succeeded in that endeavor. sight, and I sat down again with a on . the affair. "But never mind, My busine88 lay in tbe oity, whither feelillg akin to disappointment. In 'dearest," she added, kindly. "try to it was my oustom to travel every ten more minutes, however, I was at forget all about it, and I will promise morning from the quiet of a little my own Iltopping.place, with my not to be disappointed. I need no suburban ~esidence, returning home thoughts Bnd - steps both homeward present save yourself." in time for a cozy dinner in the early . turned. The brightn6!s of . the even- I kissed her for her goodne88 of eveDlng. It was my invariable prao- ing and the lightness of my heart made heart, but felt that I could never for· tlce to oarry with me a small Glad- my step quioker and more el&8tio than give myself for beillg taKen in sO' stone bag, and on the day inquesUon, uual. easily.-London Tit-Bits. after placing into this, along with a "My dear," I said, gayly, to my few other things, the artioles I had wife, ... hen I reached home, "you purchased for the purpose named, and know what to-day iB?" whioh consisted of a gold bangle, a "Our wedding· day, .. was her quick pendant for the Deck with rub.., star response. attached, and a small diamond brooch. "Yes, " I said, returning her kiss; I ·took train at Oannon street in the "an.ll've got a little surprise for you very lightest of spirits on my journey ill DIe ahape of a small present to mark home. ... .. 1· .. Beating myself in the corner of thQ 1"811' it would be welcome news. first-class carriage in which I rode, . ~ dear ereature, how kind of with my bag in hand, 1 was for a time .y'l,u I" exclaimed my ' wife, simpl.., the only ocoupant of the compart- clapping her hands in delighted exment, uut as the train was oil the oitement. "I am so inquisitive alpoint of starting I was joined by a ready. Tell me, what is it 1" persoD of very gentlemanly exterior, "See for yourself," I said, handing faultleaaly dressed, who stepped into Iier the bag and my bnnoh of keys at the carriage with an air of some oon- the Ame time. "Unlock the:bag and cern. Like myself, he ourried II bag see what it oontains." -a oircumstauoe lIot at all striking in It 11'&8 a happy moment. I stood a itself, but notioeable on this ocoasion little apart to watch the expression of b.., the solioitude which it seemed to her face as she picked out the key and oimse its owner, who, seating himself pressed it into the lock, and if ever I oppoeite to me, first put the thing felt proud of m.., aotion of my own, I under tbe seat, then by his side, and did then. i would haTe gone miles finally eleot'1d to oarry it &8 I W88 do- for suoh an effect; and although I ing mine. . knew that in the purohase of these It 11'&8 not long before we were iD trinkets! had made a big hole in my conversation. The se&8on of the year none too large banking aooouut, I WIIB late ' summer, and the subject flllt that I was more than justilled in · naturally suggesting Itself 11'&8 that inourring the expense. of holiday-making. My oompanion "What are yon waiting for?" I had evidently traveled a great deal, asked, presently, as my wife seemed a for he discoursed flnently of journey- . long time turning the key. ingB on the Oontlnent, oomprislng ad- "I can't move it I" she replied, afventures in the Alps, trips up the ter several futile attempts to tit the Rhine, and excursions into Italy. He key into the lock. told oithe beauties of the Riviera, the "Give it to me I" I said, and took delights of Baden, and the glories or' bunoh and bag from her. Berlin, and waxed enthusiastio over How tiresome I I supposed I W&8 the oharms of Oontinentalwomen, the nervous, or exoited, or both. But fair girls of Franoe, and the dark whatever the reason. I 11'88 no. more beauties of Italy. IUl'Oessful than she. I wriggled and "But atter all, there are no women twisted until I got myself into a stale like the Englisb," ooncluded my oom- of perspiration, but all to no purpose. panion, more quietly; "they may lag The' key wouldn't perform its offioe. bebind the Continental girls in the It was either too big or ' too little, matter of personal beauty, but depend albelt It had always hitherto titted upon it they make. up for it in all e&8ily enough. I eumined the bag. other qualities." Yes, that seemed all right, although it This was quite in aocordanoe with oertainly did look a trille more shabby my tastes. for my little wife at home than 1 had imagined it to be. A ChInese Doclor's Way. "When I we.s acting American Con· suI at Amoy, Ohina," said Dr. W. E. Fales, "one of my employes fell siok with a severe attack of rheumatism. He stood the pain bravely for three days, refusing all 'foreigu devil medicine,' and on the fourth sent for a native phyeician. The latter duly arrived and began preparations for treatment of the malady. whioh he announce( l to be due to the presence of 8 "darting snake' in the sufferer's body. Inoense sticks were lighted and plaoed just eutside the door, and alao in the room. A pack of fireorackers was set off and a tailsmanio paper pasted to wall. This was done to drive away evil spirits and attract good ones. The doctor next wrote a lot of charaoter! on a thiClk pieoe of paper with a ver- . milion 'pencil and set fire it. to It burned into a black ash. which was broken iDoto a cup of water and drunk by the patieut. A great bowl of herb tea was made. of whioh a oup an hour was the allotted dose. The son of Esculapius next bared the body of my senans and drove deep down into it at nine points a long needle moistened with peppermint. He did it with such skill in avoidiug large blood ves· sels that the hemorrhage was insignificant. He then covered each acu· punoture with a brownish paste. and this, in turn, with a pie co of dark p,aper. He then collected his fee, fifty oents, and- departed. Tho sufferer soon' fell into a sleep and the next day announced that his pains had departed. He romained in his bunk two more days, laughing, ohatting, smoking cigB!ettes and once or twioe ~sing the opium pipe, and then reported as , being 11'011. He left the paste and paper in place nntil they fell oft'. The skin was smooth and the sClIor hardly perceptible. He took hiB recovery as '" matter of course, hiB only comment beiDg thAt the darting snake was thor oughly dead. "-New York Recorder. was, I am proud to say, an English "There must be some dust in tho girl, and fully bore ou•· hil e!tim.-.·..-. key I" 1 _id, after senral Intile at-- Glrman VII lag, Night Watc.h men. 1 warmed to 'my companion at onoe tempts to turn it. My wife immedi- on his saying this, and it was not long ately produced a pin, and we ploked Our Vienna correspondent writes: before I had iDformed him a good b oth 1o ok an d key, but with no better Every OIre who has spent a few night! deal about my private life; drawing a res ul t. in a Gorman town or village must have been amused by the stra uge "nll glowing pioture of my country home, This was annoying, to say the least o.riginal cries of the watchman whe and the little genius who, ' like an . of it. Already my little surprise was / goes his rounds with oape and helmet., angel, presided over it. He appeared robbed of half its effeot, and the eager lantern and spear, and has a different so interested tbat I even went a step look on my wife's faoe was getting .rhyme for every hour of the night. farther in the lightneas o( my heart tinged with disappointment. But the These watchmen are fast disappear · and told him not onl.., that this was thing should not be wholly spoiled by ing, and when the next century will the' anniversary of my wedding day, suoh a tril1ing occurrenoe. The pres- V.luab'e Do~ Collan. "1 cau assure you that you haTe not been misinf»rmed as to gold and pre~ ious gems being used . to decorate !logs' collars, " snid one of the bestknown dealers in suoh articles to a New York News reporter, "but the craze is far more prevalent in France, Russia and England than it is here. "Not many weeks ago I supplied to the special order 01 an English lady a dog collar that oost . fifty guinell8. It was a chain oollar of silver and gold links alternately, and with a gold bell to hang in front. French ladies are. very fond of watch dog collars, a small gold watch being tet into the lront of the collaT, and I have mad3 several of these: But in soores of oases I supply b"autifully made collars with name plates of soleI gold. .and often enough with gold 'bosses' as well. Nearly all the collars of thia olaaa are intended for oarriage dogs and drawing- room poodles, and in ~ost oases the dogs do not belong to men. though the latter order and pay for the collar6 as present.. · . "A faahion has lately had great vogue in France of putting tiny bracelets round the forelegs of poodles, and I havo seen even diamonds set into these cirolets. At the same time, in my own stook, I have lob of dog oollars ranging in price from .US to 8100. The most remarkable collar I bave ever made was to the order of a gentlemau from South A.frica. It oonsisted of nuggets of gold and an uuout diamond, which he supplied. and it was given to a well-known lady as a present. " • Fires In Japan. For fires in Japan there iB the onnce of dampening prevention, but little quenohing cure, BO antiquated are the enlPnes. In the COUnlly a tub near the houae is kept full 01 water with long mops st hand for fiin~ing it I1pon the little low thatohed rooIs, and as there are no stoves or ohimneys in Japanese buildtngs-merely braziers of oharcoal, which are not ver.., daugerot18- few fires occnr. But in the ' oities, where first are more frequent, there are organized fire oompanies. Moreover, as oity houses usually have two doors and sometimes tower to the stupendoua height of fourteen or sixteen feet, agility in mounting and handling ladders is considered a needful accom· plishment for the daring fireman. ' Therefore, the ladder is the promlDent feature of the Japanese fireman's anQual parade. The effioacy of the fire department is somewhat handioapped, however, by the N ationalluminary, for, no matter how clear the night or how glaring the oonllagrlltion, each l1reman carries his lantern. He would feel as uneqnipped without it &8 would a soldier without a gun. Whatever' b:eroiBma he may perform-and he does rescue fiame-bound prisoners now and then -nothing is permitted to endanger' the little lantern, which, through mooulight and firelight, . through weal, through woe. swings serenely on its long pole over hIS shoulder.Washington Star. SagacIty 01 Cro ... ,. "Crows are 80 found of eggs," writes a farmer, "that you oan play some amusing trioks ou them. . One summer I plaoed a stuffed porcupine in a field, spread a little straw over ih and stuok some hens' eggs on the quills. A crow sO'on spied the eggs frOID a treetop, aud l1ew down to get one. It alighted on the ground near by and then it fiitted up and settled down on the straw; but it hopped oft very suddenly, looked sideways .. , the eggs and scratched around, as if its feet did not feel exaotly natural. The crow tried again, got his feet pricked and /lew back to the tree, where It sat silently till two more orows got fooled in the same way. then it began to coo and ohuokle as if it were laughing at them. Then the two joined him, and the three sat on the tree till two more got their seles prioked, when the five went squalling to the woods. The next morning I noticed a big /look of crows flying backward .. nd forward from the woods to the porcupine. Finally they all disappeared, and I fonnd that the black scamps had outwitted me, for they had piled up a lot of twigs on the quills, and on them the cunning orows hlld got R foothold, stuck their bills into tho '~ggs, and had carried them off." have begun there will be very few left. bnt that I was intending to surprise ent was in the bag, and my wife must Herr Joseph Wichner, a populal The BIcycle In the Wlsl. my wife on my return home with a have it at onoe. It would 10Ee half its AU6tri&n author of Krems, is going te I have j'ust returned from Chicago, little unexpeoted present. In · ex- value by waiting. The only course collect all the differ eut cries in a little and I never saw so many bicyoles in ohange for ihla frankness my oompaD· open under the oircumstanoes was to book, and has sent a circular to the my life. The streets and boulevards ion also beoame confidential. buut the bag open, and thi,s I at newspapers asking persons who arE are fairly a, live with them from morn' "You hardly th.i nk," he said, speak- onoe prooeeded to do. Grasping it acquainted with tb ese cries to com· ing until night, and especially in ibe ing in a low voice &8 he leaned over firmly in both Illmds, I gave two or municate them to him, so that t,hes. eally evening. You see all kinds of toward 'me, "that this bag whioh I three sharp wrenches, and with a j'erk contributions to G ermall folklore may costumes, but the maj'ority of the men hold in my hanil oontains jewelrv it came asunder. 1 saw in a moment not be lost in oblivion. -Lonelol' wear the regulation bicyole suit, nnd worth olose on £10.000, would yon·' it was not mine. My rll.i1way com- News. the women-bloomers. You see Ah, you look surprised I And yet it panion had evidently taken my bag in bloomers on the right of you, on the weighs but very little. Try it I" mistake for his own, and I, of course, Not What He Meant. left of yon, &nd all around you. The I plaoed my own bag on the seat had got his. It was an unfortunate A story is told of a certain com· yuung, olrl-and especially the old-beside me in ordeI: to take the one he error, anyhow, and might take days to mittee meeting in which the proceed- Ilnd Illidelle aged women who care to. offered me. rectify. ings oommenced with noise and grail· ride a bicycle seem to take naturally "Jewels are not neoessarily heavy Of course, I had to tell my wife all ually beoQme uproarious. At Illst to the bloomer oostume. I havo artioles," I said, balancing the bag ahout my companion of the railway one of the disputant •• losing all con- notioed since I arrived in KllnsR.'1 City critioally, whioh seemed no heavier carriage, in order that she might un- trol over his emotions, eOIolaimed to that there ars mllny female cyolists than my own. "But," I added, smil· deretand how the mistake occurred, his opponents: "Sir. you Ilre, I think, here, but they 1\ave neither the style ing, while a fiutter 'pUlled through and as I recQunted to her wbat I coulel the biggest aes that I ever hnct tbe nor the attractiveness of the Chie .. go my frame "t holding jt in my hands at tlie moment remember of the con- misfortune to set eyes upon I" "Ordor, riders. Kansas Oity should ge,t .. :nova so mnoh wealth, "it is none too wise versation which had BO fascinated me order I" saiel the cbairmlm gravely. on her or sha williosa sight of the to trult a stranger with so preoiou an and won my attnohment to ·the enter- ';You BeeOl to forget that 1 aID in the band wagon altogether.-hnu~!WI Cit] arUolo III thia, ia iU" laiaw,ltrangor, . m'1 wife'S,faot Ii. up . rqo~: "'":"~~\JIieh~ld Worda, . ,JOlll!W. PRICE THREE GENTS. NO.3. A HARVEST SONa. Behind the eyth ... a lrodden path. Bind, bind the sheaves.. Wide and wider grows the swarb. Either side tbe bright com boa .... Billows 01 gold. Tree8 " glory or bronze and red, Bind, biod tbe shea ...... Misty sunshina overhead , , Through the .hequer of thiAAlJ1g I ..... The air Is cold. Breath of the coming rrost Is th .... , Bind, bind the sheaves. ViD ... tbat .lIog to tbe bo~ grow bare. S .. allo";' leave tbeir n ... 1B In tbe .. "", Empty and old. Apple globes, orimson and white, Bind, bind tbe shea ....... WiDnowed grain, sunni'y bright (Glittering gold that want rellevos), Th. wide bins hold. . -Nolth Boyce, in OntiJle. • FUN OF THE DAY. There is al .. ays an ill-feeling be-' tw~n • duct or and hi. patieni.-P1ul. adelphia Call. "Last night I dreamed thai I diecL What do you suppose wDlted me up,· "Was it the heat?"-Life. "Now mInd the baby, sir," quoth ahe. "I'm very likely to." sighed be; "For that Is how 'twill bavs to beThe baby DeTOr .. IU mind me." . -Jud"", Burglar-"Yonr money or you life." Sl~epy Father-''Take both. but don't w .. ke the baby. "-Deiroit Free Preas. Next Door Neighbor- "M,. .D8W 0rgan has twenty stop .. " The :Su~ -"Why don't yon use 'em onoe in • while ?" -SyracDBe ·Post. Friend-"Your sou, I underaiaDd. has literary aspiratioU& Doell he write for money?" Father (feelingly) . -''Unceaaingly. "-Judge. ' "Threft'minutes for dinner '" yelled the railroad porter. ·'Good '" dolaimed the editor. "Th9 lui ii_ it was 83. " -Atlania ConsiHuti01l. .. " You're aU the world to me," he wrote-Hyperbole quite ,oUy; For when he calle.! upon tbo maid ffe round her oniy Chw.. -Puct. "Papa." said a boy, "I know ...... makes people laugh in llIeir sleeft." "Well, my BOU, what maksa them?" " 'Cause tbat's where their fUlll1ybolle . is." -Tit·Bite . Blevills-"I am delighted to _ you I Bat what a atormy night fin • oall '" Bostick (hanging up his dripping ooat)-"I know it iB bad, but i' is an id8al night for finding peopAe It home. "-Trutla. MusioalI-.: s.a ... -~ .. -: prt'tty eftal)' tlWrRMtW .... tId8 world, af$er aIL.. 'M~inlIis-"Hcnr BO?" Smith - "1'ha piano has spoiled mauy a goon dishwasher, and many • dish washer haa spoiled a piano." - Texas SiUing@ . ''There ' Ie no doubt in my mini," murmured W cary A wreei, " th .. , ,he world OW63 me a living. but," he ..dded bitterly, "I am nohurprised to l1nd that Bradstreet's reporte caUtions slow and unaatiBfactory. "Rockland Tribune. Pap_ . 'Jack. how did you gd tW Inmp on :rour forehead?" Bobbl" Jack hU me with a stick." 1' .. ,.... • "Did yon strike him baok?" Bobby -"No." Papa-"That '11'88 qui" r ight." Bobby-"BeqaUM I hit 11m first. "-Harper's Round Table: n. .acfllnt BIrd. According to the Ne.. Orl_ Times-Democrat, the most remarkable tbing about a mockiog bird is its way of laying out a rangt'o In the aut1lllUl i1: goes South and establishes itself fin the winter on a patch of grou!1d lW will yield berries and oiber fend enough to last until the 10110willc spring. The 4r80t iB dete.mined ~ specting b01ll1daries with as maoh .. ouracy as a mining prospector woulcl use in staking out a olaim. Per~ it mey be only filty yards square. or - it may hllve a length and breadth of ' as much &8 one hundred yl\fds. Tba apace depends mainly upon the foocl supply in sight; bnt the mocking bird is a great glutton Bnd wants ten tim. the quantity that would be noeel.~ t-o keep him alive. gllviug laid _ bis range, the o~ner will defend it with his lile, Bnd no other fruit-eaWtc bird is allowed to enter it. BIrds Cause _ Fir •• Au outbreak of fire near the roof of a d welii.ag-honse O\t OffertDU thi<J week is attributen to 1\ singular CI1:l'le. Ii is surmised that. in building a n_ the birds hlld utili'l:ed.a lucirer mstoh. which by some movements of the feathered oc~upan til on Mond"y "Te.g. ing becllme ignited. Tbe fire brigade "ns called ont, bnt the occupier 01 the honsa, with th~ help of the neighbora, h~d extlnguished th~ lin when tha brigade cur.ivl'n. Th. elamsge WI\!! confined to a part of the bOhrd near t he roo r gu t ter and • bird's ct'st.-BQro1lsh Gazette. • Has Whiskers In HIS .oulb. Mr. Lidwell, livillg soveral north of Red O"Ir, Iowa, had " _ gical opeution f.:>~ c~ucer 01 tho"" performed in Omaha a sllor, time", iu which it was fon!! J n ,~ c~:vy to . turn a flap of the ski u b"'l]c 03 u.. wound, turuiug the ha ir au tlla ilHid .. /" The hair k~ep. gruwiag-. nnll a'·:roo £,ulr.r int~r\'''},' Lhlwe!l L"S to go to " noctor "to have th~ i"lIid ... of hi. lllout1l . shiLved, the hair gYowing 1ro~ rover!edftapol WA.-~h i (l "-:tn ".-00:-.. lind.
|Title||Connecticut eastern news, 1895-10-01|
|Subject||Niantic (Conn.) -- Newspapers; East Lyme (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Began Sept. 18, 1894. Ceased in 1898.|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.E3 S73|
|Relation||Succeeding title: Sound breeze (Old Lyme, Conn.); Sound breeze and Connecticut eastern news|
|Publisher||Chas. A. Kirtland|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
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CONNECTIOUT EASTERN NEWS.
-oJlAS. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN ENTERPRISING PAPE~ FOR ENTERPRISING PEOPLE.
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