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• , . ,. - CONNECTICUT EASTERN NEWS. OHAB. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN ENTERPRISING PAPER FOR ENTERPRISING PEOPLE. VOL. II. NIANTIO. OONN .• TUESDAY., NOVEMBER 5, 1895. Works Both Ways. ---..... ---.••- -- Dr. J. Hamilton Gille's Welcome Cough and Lung Balf!8lll CURES YOUR COL}). AND BY PURIFYING YOUR BLOOD PREVENTS MORE COLDS. This Remedy is· nlways €fficacious. The principles upon which it cures apJl€als . to :r<?u~· conscience. Hundreds. of bad cases ill thiS VICinity have been cured by It. O:nly 25 Oe:nts a. Eottle. Dr. Gale's Cough and Lung Ba.lm and ~lood Pwer. J. H. DAY, JR., Feed, Grain, Hay, Flonr, Etc., at Wholesale. I>U_I:B, SB.lN(oLES AND BFILDERS HARDWARE AND MATERIALS. SAYBROOK JUNCTION. - Conn. WJ4~ A.HOLT, I Fine Pianos -DEALlI:R IN-Fine Groceries. I &leo make a .pecialty ot the fioelt WINES AND LIQUORS For IIoiIoaI Purpose' . Orden from .. <It towD aullclted. WILLIAM. A. HOLT, 10 ibiD Stree', New London. NiaTitic House ••••••••••••••••• •N•I•A ,NsT •IC•,• •C•O•N•N ., 0"",, all Ibe year. Commercial wanlen receive lpeelal attention. "'- !lurlc BOUie II convenient 10 .lUIou, po.tollloe aDd expreu otIoI U4 hu au uDob.tructed ftIr of LollllllaDd SouDd. Ant-CIus Livery *_'_Lt I'.o_=.- ~ ':::'::r~ ~f. tt", '~~u~~~. ~,~~~~~it! 01 tile ClUtom-lIIt deCIoIb1D,auP. • ' j • . • OOnE, CUSTOl! TAILOR, Oar._Md Golden 8L1 •• C)&onID:o 8&rAD&P. AXEL )0" UDERSON, DIt,U.ZR 11'1 J'lDe Wa&.chea and Clock" Jewelry! Do you want to buy or rent aa Inltrument P Sewing Machines. I .ao furDI.h the bool 01 lo .... t ratel. Organs • • • ot the belt make. tor ule, tent or exchaD,e. Term. to IUU purchuer. U"Tweoty 1U1"" esperieDoe ID tUD'" aDd repalrlDI. Corre.poade.OfI .. UoltN. N. C. POST, II8!IEX, CONN. OR. W. 0, KEENEY, DENTIST, 104 State St.. ,]:J(m~:x , Our speoialties for the month are: TAeth filled with Porcelain the exaot shade ot the natural teeth. ,1.00. Teeth Orowned w ith ,Dow ney. Richmond or Lowan Crowns, $10. Artificial Teeth, gum or plain teeth, $10. Denlofine and Vital1zed Air used for painless extracting, 50c. and $1.00. ESTABLISHED :10 YEARS. Remember. No.lO' 8caeSt.. Oftr8\UT'. Dr ..... Til Berliu Iroa BrJgl.~a., bF E&ST BERLIN, CONN •• , -Can !fell You &- ~l'h e hx on b i o~yces In Belginm is n8e ~ to ketlp the r oads ill r epair. In a Vir .. gioia couoty a tax on d!Jgs is used for the same purpose. . The people of Honolulu, Haw.ii, still eat raw flsb and nse tbeir fingers' in currying lt to their mouths; but t.hey usc more t elephon88, in pro .. portion to population, than New York does. 'l'hc gizzDrd of the bird kingdom is rich in gluvin, a greater aid to digestion than .pepsin. Chemists have only recently begun to make use of this fact" and cooks, in the main, nave not understood and do not yet understand 'Why the gizard should be so oarefully prepared and served as food. The tax of three per cent., .levied on the receipts at all plaoes of public amu.ement tor the benefit of the poor, ia, per:pap., the .~e plid t·he leut grudingly by Parisians. This year the statistios published in oonnection with that tax show that the poor profiled larg.ly by the pl •• sur. of the rioher cl;,;a;,;';;,;.e;;";;,. ======~ Labouchere, of London Truth, iUa dulges in some humorou. oomment on the propensity of Amerioan women to ... k Engli.h till ... aud .ugg •• to that we manu'Roture titles and thus save a large amount ot hoarded wealth that is now taken &croaa the Atlantio. The San Franoisoo Ohroniole think. the lugg.estion is not bad, especially for the young "omen, sinoe they would Ih.D g.1 along · ... ilh the lit1 •• whioh they orave, men who would treat them belter IhaD Ih.y d ...... to b. tr.ated. Under the p~esent arrangement the chances of happineas tor a girl who muriel a title ue very alender. The New Orleans Picayune .ays: They \ are tAlking more or 1888 about women &8 motorlleers and oonductors for the trolley oars in the Northern aitiel. There oan be no doubt that so far as taking tbe fares are ooncerned women oould do it quite .. well as any man, and it ill urged. that ,there would be leN beating of the oompanies in the way of knooking down fares. But .there are many other things to be aOD.idered. Conduotors have to pre, Aene order on t,heir oars as well at! oolleol Ih. f.re.. aDd th.y hov. all oort. of roughs .. d tougho to d.al wilh. Th.D Ih.ro iB Ih. D ..... ity lor remaining on thejr feet for long hour! at a time, whioh physicians tell 0.11 no woman ia oapable of. Besides, in ca!le of emergenoies and dangers, there is a oa11 for more ~erve and !elf.po88es~ion Ulan the average woman is pOBBel88d of. There are many fields where woo men may oompete with men, even to aD ad't'antage, but the street car buai. DeN i. Dot one of them. Ladies should Dot wait for 1900 iD order to enjoy the .pinaters' privilege. in 1ealJ·yeu. remark. the Argonaut. II will Dot b. I.ap·y.ar. though ladi •• may divide 1900 by foor aDd dr.d thai DIaaKtDdI· ud P recious StoDel, 0IutiI, CompuleI, Tide Tablel!. ... at ...... !RI:ET, New London, COIIII, Oood Iron or Steel Roof, ~ho brokeD bito of four r.maiD. All Fer ~ 3.4 per INt. It. Writ., lor partlealan 10 e Y.fS terminating in a hundred- ~: e" . Watches, ClockR ADd Jewe\.rJ ........ bJ EXpeJliJllcell Workmt!o. aBlWTI8TRV. Jl W. Cbtwell, L. D. B. ...... .&1. aoo .. lJ1 (Old No. 71) STAn Sn.aft, NEW LONDON. CONN. hlme .. l, occupied by Dr. F. C. Bo\ehktu. Dr. l;aa'weli atteadJl 10 each cue penonaUf. Oflloe . ....... f omS \0 Ii·A. m .,l to 6 p. m. ·Clntar Markat = GE_U_U __ fIIl •• ee e ••• • f" Beef", Veal a.1I .aUo •. .-rIllEs II THEIR SEASOI, All.,... wtU NOeIl'e pro.p&'" ~ - . , 1fUlfTIC, con. ..r&BLUBltD 1878. NIANTIC WORKS NU.NTJC, CONS. &aUlDalel Ith'en alld desigos tur· .,nala becl for all kind. ot lID MARBLE WORK PRICD TO LOWEST. .Uhteae Pelat, QuIDey aDd the D.,.II 811ler Grey Gran· lte, 8peelaIUf •• o I ... IettsInl aDd c1e.DIDIl 1I0DU1DI'Dta la oemetfriel promptII atle.ded to. J _pto)' DO lU\·eUng ageutll. Selld me I card for dei-1Kna autl elllmal clI . (). iii. D"- "l~. R. DeWOLF, -DaALEA IS-Lumber and_'-CL Building Material. • • • • a hundred being divided by fonrought to be bisa8xtile ; but. in ardel that thi. system .hoold give exaet reo awl .. it would b. Deo .... ry that tb. earth shonld take exootly thr.. hOD. dred abd sixty-five days and a qU3rter to .obieTs its revolution round the STOVES AND. RANGES •• • • • • IUD. Bu~ it 'akes some minutes less , aDd a lleD ... I IIDe of kltch •• ulien,nl. J, E. lULLIAR, Tlnllmlth aud Plumber, to return to ita point of departure. EYer,. hUDdred yeara the one hUDdredth year is not reokoned a bUS8X' tile one if it terminates with two oipher. or zeros. This is the reason thai the y.ar 1900, .lthough divisible by four, will not be a leap-year or bi,. Ntantlc, ·Conn. ..xtil.. ID ord.r tb.I Ih. r.okoDing Bepalrt ... of aU klnd.l DWII &lid pJ'OJDP&JJ done. • • JOHN C. PEABODY,) ---!.... Ton.orla. work Clf """""""f"';""" ~'f'er1 de.erf ••••• , Fine IIDe ot elgal·S aDd to~acco. lII"-IN ST., NI"-NTI(). ..-Local ..,ent for the NEWI. F, A. BBC(WITH, LIV£RY,FEED, -A.ND-BOARDING STlBLES SPEOIAL ATTEYTION TO Ta.6.vJ:LIxG KEK. T .. aming of fLlI kinds and Baat. ADd. 8lngle Teams at 8. moment'. Dottoa. NIANTIC, Conn. ERNEST CHADWICK, A Horney & Connselor at Lat, NOTARY PUBLIC. Harrl. BulidloB, New LondoD, from 10 I . m. to 8 p. m. Old Lyme from' p. m. to 6 p. m. AppolotmeDtI made for any time. ON''E OF THE LARGKST LlNM or ,,"nil Poper.Dd P"lot 10 tbe City, Comprlll ln,,; over 60,000 roll. 01 tbe "' Inf llt Wall Paper to aelect from. R. J. SISK, I~ B •• ~ St .• ~r. 1' .... 1, !lew ItoDdot. ehould be correct, and that it would b. d.dnotiDg too mnoh al I·h. .nd of eaoh four centuries. the bilsextile or leap-Yeal t.akea plaoe when the year is din.ibl. by four hundrod; Ihi. is Ih. "ouon tilat the yoar 1900 .. Ill Dol · be le'p·,..ar. bullh. year 2000 will. Some of our Statea cao lea.rn a le ~Bon in education from a very 8UO' ceuful tlxperiment carried on for a y., or two ill New,York, ob.erTuthe Ind.peDd.DI. Thi. Slat. h .. made an appropriation of some 84:0,000 for illustrated lectures in the public schooll!'. Professor A. S. Bickmore, of the Museum of Natul'al History, is in charge. He prepares a &eries of leotures on geography, as taught ill the modern way, wjth the stereopticon, end delivers them before the teachers of this city and luperintendents from other citieE. These lectures are mani· folded, and are repeated befo~ aU the Icbolars in the principal citiell of the State.. Usually the SuperinteDdent deli'l'8f1 them as a part of hill duties, and of Oourse they are extremely attractive, and the.v Riva th: pupils a clear and bro:d view of the subjelJts discnll8ed, such 8S they could gElt iD no other way. In no other subjecl has there been a greater developm en~ than in the teaching of geogra.phy, aud the demonstration of its relation to other natural sciences. It is par. tioularly fiUiug th!tot the Museum of Natural History should have cha.rga of this work 01 popular izing knowl. edge; and we are pleased to learn tha.t 80me of our other most wide·awake States are preparing to follow the ex· ample of Ne" York. Never purchase love or friendship h) !( irt ·,; when tbu~ obtained they are lUj~ ... ¥o~~ as ~oq. llop ,flaYDl.8Ilt, THE LIBERTY BELL Lo! At itll oomlng how all men rajoleeA ringing ohorus swells I I'or oooe It spoke with Liberty'lown ... oloeThis hell of bells! It·, tongue made heroes In the days of old. And stili, 1\8 d!!&r all then, Its deathJea story to the ages told Makes patriots ot men! Aod In its presenoe, switt fromstatld to stfLD.d Resound the bugle notes, O'er its triumphal Journeylo.ga through the load The flag of glory floats t Aod the wild r1v~ra dashing to the dee, Stili eoho loud and long, And aU their sUver waves In glory leap To one Immortal song! One soaring soog" of liberty anti life . That was and is to be Till tyrant fl8.!1'3 are tramplelln the strtb And all the world Is free ! All haH our o::mntrv! 1D. high. graoe l1;Le stands Nor fears the war-drum's beat; The sword of freedom In her holy hluuJaThe tyrant at her feet! -Po L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. • THE TWO CAPTAINS. BY TOll llALL. o the king. 't "To my king. II The lo .. to, thongh sligbtly dift'.ronl·, were uUered limultaD. OUBly. Th. lOane was the broad veranda of • Bouth Oarolina plantation, Dot dft.OD m 11 •• fro m the famous oily of Oharl •• luD; the timo was the early autumn of 1781; whilo the ohar. acters were a young captain of His MajestY~1 artillery, a portion of ~'hich was guarding the oity of Oharleston, and a youug woman in perhapl her twenty-aecond year. A famons beauty was this Mila Phc»be POlndeder, and a mos' oaptivAting pioture she made, in the eyea of the oaptain of artillery, 101 ahe sat thrumming the keys of her harpsiohord. Th. lall.r "oo a haDd. .ome young man, apparently thirty years of age, with a perfeot lir of good breeding and.evidentl,. of 80me grace, for he had j list finished a 1010 on the finte to the accompaniment of the yOUDg lad)'. ":rh. f.ol is. Mias Ph .. b., I hardly kDOW "h.1 I should do with mll.1f ".roll Dot for lb. poooi~ility of rid. ing out hf're to spend an oooaaionu afa ternoon with you-or .hould I "1, both iD gaU.Dlry aud trulh, ov.ry ternoon with you? Ths town is ply too dull for a soldier no'!' tb,,\l,or'd" Oornwallis 'has taken the major part of onr arlDY with him in his ohate after the rebel Greene." HAnd what do you think, captafn, or. hi. ohano .. of oapluring G.1l0 .. 1 Greene?" "Oh, the oh ..... · are perfeot, my doar lady. Wby, Ih. r.bols wero abo soluHl, routed, aocording to our diaa paloh •• , al Iho battle of Guilford Oourt Hou .. , and 00 badly d.moral. iz.d lhallh.y ran from Ih. d.ld Iik. aheep. Indeed· there was Do:n8aeaaity for fnrther pursuit. Greene u star't'. ing up there in the mountains of North Carolina and will surrender at dlsoretion in the cOUlse of. week or Iwo. Hi. d.f.al aDd r.duo.d ciroumatano81 will be the ex. ODIe, but the real reaauD "Ill b. Briti.h gold. Yon r.m.m. bert of oourse, our BUooell with their General Arnold. Well, .fter a man's ambiUolI h .. be.n kill.d, he will Dol IIghl iD aDy OOI1B8 wjth n.ilh.r food nor pay. ADd th.t iB the dire ex. tremity to whioh Greene hu been foroed by the glorious IUOCel'! of His M.j.oly's armo. My Lord OorDwalliB haa turned north and in a mouth 'Will hav. d.fe.ted and oaptur.d Ih.t lilil. boy of a Frenohman, L. Fayette. With th.ir armi.s of tho South and'll the Oentre defeated, he will move ned sprIng upon the only remaining' army of the r~bel8, that under the miscreant WoohIngloD. II ,,1\1 b. a short oam. paian, • battle, • ront, a pursuit and then peaoe-and with peaae will oome its delightful handmaiden, love. And theD-theD, Mi.treaa Poindelter, I ohalI ba .. ~ho hODor of oJaImlbg :rou , for. bride, of aelUng out my oommie .. .ion and living the quiet life of an English oountry gentleman for, 1 hope, the rest of my life. " UA oharming arrangement ot events for your .. If, my dear OaplaiD Webb I Bnt I " must -say it appear. to me aa though General Oornwallis's movement intg Virginia is more like a retreat than the advanoe of a viotorious and oonquering army. And as for Gener. al Greene, they say that he js not only harauing General Cornwallis at every atep of his northward movement, bnt has detaohed his oavalry and a portion of his riflemen to reoonquer the Oarolinas and Georgia. " "On what otter nonsense do these misguided colonists feed their despairing hopes ttl answered the captain. "Why, it would be no more ridioulous for you to assure me that a detaoh. ment of Msrion's outlaws .were herE', surrounding this very ltouse, and that I was in danger of beoomiDg .prisoner to them, as to-what was t.hat?" 'tbe captain jumped harriedly from his seat and,graspingthe railing of the ve. randa in front of him for support, looked an:llou:!lly up and dowo the road that ran in front of the old pIma.· tation. un l8eme.d to me mOfjt like the winding of " horn," ~.hl ~Qe lady, ~m11' . - •• ' . ..... ~T'" ..... - ____ . ...... _ ~ "Anj , by my faitb, 1 heard the ~.l .. f':Plain made hi. appearanoe. ·'ll1lp. loping of horses a1&d · a short com· POle, JI he B&id, "that I am under oblfmand," oontinued the captain, ex- gltionl to . yon-and yet I thought nitedIy. your trolhfulD'" wowd hav. be.n ths IIInlide, ineide,06ptain, &syou't'alue ruination of me-" y.pur Uberty," said the lady; u 1 SI\W "And could you have admired or a mounted man in a uniform there in loved a woman who had deliberately the bullee just now, and 'X. kaow Ulg lied?" 'DIliform well." II WeU, that is rather an odd ques .. "And the wearert" tion. If yon bad told an untruth it uYee, the wearer." would have been in a noble oaulle. All "Then it ill a detachment of Maria is fair in love and war, yon know." ou·s ouUaws indeed. Ha,] will be an "Even hiding in a W'~man'l apart· agreeable prize 'for Captain Pickens. ment?" An iuter8lting meeting betweeu two "Oh, yes-when necesaity oompeu ri't'als it will be, indeed I I must be illl S&'t'ed, mndam, or ,your own loyalty "WeU, Captain Webb," said Mis'! will be put in question." POindextet , sbwly, "will ;rou jn your "And, pray, what can I do?" asked turn do me a fa ... or?" girl, drawing her~eH up to her full "With the greatest pleasure, 1 am helgh~ and loo~ing at the English offi- sure," answered the ga.llant captain. oer 'niih 1C0rnful an.d indignant eye.. I·Willyou please mouut your hone· ''You oan tallihem that th.re iB no and gel .fely back into your 0,", one ooncealed in yonr house. He line8,u aaid MiaaPoindexter,"and I'-y wIll never dare to doubt your word .~' the~e!: ' hyou wonld have me tell " lie to !.',lJy..Jo",e t" said thG oaptain to save you-me, the woman you pretencl' himRtf, u he turned away with Bushed. to love and wish to make your wife?" cheek~ JlI never intended ~ marr, . ult is a case. of ~ecessit,.-qnick, her, but I'm bleat if 1 don't believe they are approaching on 'all sides. she'd make a wife tha.t any man ooulc!. They have been informed. It is a ' be proud of. IJ_New York Trn.~ triok In "Where will you hide ?"- asked the . Pollonlng by Food. ' _ girl, with au iusulting empha.sis on Just &8 "heart failure-" has oome to th~ word uhide." .... be the aocepted name for oauses of uYon will tell them that no one is I death that physioiaus are at a lou to oonoealed in the house?" acoonnt for, so upLomainelJ is the (II shall tell the.m nothing bnt the I word "pplied to poisoning OaaeJ when absolute trnth-be quick. IJ no other oa'&se prel!lents itself. There HThen there i! but one plaoe where has been some confusion in reports, I will be safe," answered the captain, because an eminent bacterioloaiat has uand tbere only if he be a gentleman." declared, in spealdnR' of one of the Saying whiob, the captain darted -qp most notable of these oMes, t'bat it the stairs and entered Miss Poindex· ouuld not be that ptomaine poisoning ter's own ohamber. was the cause, as not all of the per. He had no more tho,n olosed the son8 who hed partaken. of the supposed door when a lithe, atWetio young om· infected food were ill. But this pro ... ee cer in the partisanoavalr! leaped over nothing, All it i3 a well.underetood faot the railing of the veranda and stood, that ptomaine may exist in one part embarrassed and hat in hand, bowing of an article of food and yet be enbefore the young mlSuess-of tb.e man· tirely absent from Bnother. Agit&o sion. tion on this subject, however, is of ''Phc»be In e:1018,imed the young great importanoe, as it aids in the db· soldier. semination of knowledge, and warns '·Would it not be better to address people not to leave tinned artioles iu me as your prisoner?" answered Miss oans after being ' opened. All canned Poindexter. '·If I am' not mistaken, good! should be removed from the you bave snrrounded my home with oans as soon as they are expolad to the armed soldiers and have come youra ai!'. It is well to seleot noh aized seH on no gentle erraud. " cans as are likely to be consumed at uPriJoner, Phcebe?" answered the onoe, as many of the moat distressing patriot captain. "I would never willh cases have resulted from using food to hold you prisoner, save in the ~onds opened the day previous. There seems 10Te. My presence here need.. an to be some peouliarity about cauned explanation aud I will make it. I have food that makes it susceptible to the received information that Bn English attacks of poison germs. It il well to offioe: is visiting you this afternoon. drop all oans into boiling water and It ie a matter 9f duty. I hsve been "llow them to bo'il for fifteen minutel ordered. far in advanoe of the retnrna before uaing. They may then be put ing troops of Marion and Sumter, for upon the ice, and, when eool, are fit the expr888 purpose of oatching Bome for food.-New York Ledger. of the officers of the garrison at Char a I •• ton oft' th.ir guard; and I .xp •• t to appear at the vety gate3 of that oity before 1 am done and let them know tbat. far from being defeated B8 they suppose, G~neral Greene) army has driYen their red-coats from the Carohnas- and is ohasing Cornwallis him· self to the sea. "What a romance In laughed the yOUDg I.dy. "1 wish I had time for romanoe, II uid the officer j Uthere oould be no more delightful opportunity. Only when this war is over will I be able to uk yon to reward a love tha~ has been faithful to 10n ever Bince we were ohildren. But to duty'":" Are 'OU hUa bnring au Euglish officer here?" I , Why, of course I am," she ans. wered, laughiugly. "This is no time for joking," said the oaptain. lilt he is not here, he oannot have b3en gone 1\ very long time; and if you delay me, he may · yet get within the gates of Oharleston." lin seems to me that you are a trdle difBcult toads,," she replied. "Do you not believe me?" 1101 oourse," he said, bitiug hliUps nerfously. III shall have 'to searoh the house, tJ he oontinued. "0, 'We are quite used to it," she answered. Th. S.Ud Guardian ., Ih. Ubo,1y aell. Roberl Molllt, Hany Holteroth Francis Westphal aud Jam81 Robinson, the four rSlenes selected to gu'ard the Liberty Bell on its transit co and from Atlanta and during tbe sojourn at the fair, are higb ellough to frighten any man or gang or men who might have design! on the bell. All foar are well over six ftlet iu height and onr 200 pounds in weight. Their combined weight amounts to nearly 1000 pounds, and their combined . heights msuure more than twenty-five feel Mofllt w .. appoint-- . .d in 188'. n. w.igbs 2M POUDds, and is si"t feet three inohel taU. For more than eleven years he ha.s preserved the peace and direoted the Iralllo at Eighlh aDd Oh.slDnl .Ir •• ts. H.lteroth ".ighs 280 pouDds, ODd is six feet two inohes higb. Both Hel· teroth aold Westphal, who is six feet two inohes tall and weighs 2tO pounds. are atationed at the EMt Market street eDb.Do. of Ih. Oity H.II. H.It.roth was appointed in 1896 and Westphal in 1892. Robinson is the tall&st mau of the four, standing ail: feet tbree and three-quarl.r inoh.. higb aDd ".ighs 225 poundo. H. was appoiDt.d iD 1893, and is nsualI,. on duty at the Market street ferry. - Philadelphia He ordered up his men and began a Record. Tit. AMlrlcan Parrild U •• In.ult. IYltematio ".roh of the manlion and surrounding· bnildings. He himself, howeter, stood immovably in front of Major Lomax, of the Uniied States the door that he knew opened into her Army, visiting.in Oaua1a soon after private apartments, aud permitted no the War of 1812, was entertained in one to enter. The searoh was there- Quebec by the ofllcers of one of the fore uaeles. royalregiments. After dinner, speecbes "Well." said she, teasingly, "why , and toasts being in order, one of the do you not enter my own room?" I British omcera having imbibed roo gen- IIIf he is an oftiuer he should be a erously of the champagne, ga ... e as 8 gentlema~, and oould not be there," toast : liThe PreSident of the United auswered the c30ptaiD. "You · have States, dead or alive." The toast was been foaling me, rbc.be, in order to acc~pted with laughter. give him .. start. I do not blame you. Major Lomax rose to respond, .. y. He WdS a guest and you have but oba ing: ··Permit me to give as my toast served the laws of hospitality, even 'The Prince Regent, druuk or sober.' " though he is an enemy to our count.ry. The British offioer sprung instantly to FareweU-remeik:ber always I s.hall bis feet, and in "ngry tones demanded : come to you when tihis war Is finished." "SIr, do yuu intend thd remark 8.'1 an "'Why not CaDle before-to.night? , insult?" To whi(:h Major L:lmax oalmYou · will not wish .to camp nearer \ 1Y r~:lied.: IINo, sir j as tbe repb to Charleston than thIS, I am Slue. one. -AIgODft.1lt, Orandfu.oth~r. who is in town to·clay, -------- sbo pping, will be back by tea time, H_~, and you can t ell us all the lleW:i." Hasheesh, or the In'Han hemp. is a HAnd may I teU you something r esinous sl1bstance pro;iuce 1 from the else?" ! tops of the plant in India. Some BU· ··Ye8-witho~t eTen wah.~ng for the I thorities state that it js gathered by war to end. And I will toU you some- men who dress themselves in leather thing, too." The young patriot turned clothing and run to and fro in the about quiokly for a moment-and for hemp fields, afterward scra.plng off'the a kisa. Then springing into the saddle resin from their garments, while other he ahouted the comm! nds: liTo horse, authorities say t·ha.t it is gathered by t.he road to Oharleston-gallop I" and rubping t,he topo in the hands and '\l&8 oft'. afterward soraping the hands. Its All soon as he and his men wero well properties ~~~6I1knoW'k~New York 01 ~ Ji)a.~ _ uW:trl. ~!!:().ury; OYSTER FARMING, AN INDUSTRY WHICH EllPr,oyS MANY MEN AND BOATS. Oylter ColoDlel OD the South Atlaa.. tic COMt-The Oysterman' . Sloop aad Bow He Rear. aDd Marketl HI. Product. OYSTER farmiDg douri.b .. moolll a10Dg the LoDg Island shore and from the Jersey coast to the CarOlinas. To lee the oyster business in its full aoti't'ity one must go to the Jersey PRICE THREE CENTS, NO, 8. exeroise is fall power tt "ould .... eooded the world ag .. ago, and then would be no land in sight, but na~ coneots such o ... erproductioD by m _ of gonrmands on th. earth and fOM ia Ih. waler UDder Ibe earth. -Boolo • Poot. Calli a .lOIl • Wart. 'Ih. Slat. of MiDD.oat. haa OD lie hands one of ibe moat no .. el SGite 011 record, and the outoome will be "atoh.d wilh greal iDter'" by u.. legal fraternity, as it will d.termine whether or not. State is reapoD8ible for tl e acta of the game animall .. hiola it protects for 18'I'eral months in the coast. There may be seen fleet! of ;year. °Ylter Iloops, more numerous than The plaintiff il Ale:zander Phair, a the deet of cod and haddock sohoon, Willow 'River homest eader, who wu ers that come to T wharf. Ther e, too, some days attacked and badl, injnred maT-be seen the real oyderme.n, as a by a mOOH which h e met in the wooda diatinoti ... e type, thongh not as hardy, while on bi. way to Grand. Bapida.. as our Oapo Ood a'ld G1ouoeater doh· The la~ "IS moooo .alll1ol be kiu..l erman. for nearly three yeara yet, aod t~ .Five hundred boau make a a pros- fore Phair did not •• oot the ,q~ ... perous colony, each oraft~o.~r~r~l-1;·j~nggaat~"~b~.;'D~.~t·~r.~.i lh ~r..ir;;;;~;;:::.i"::;Z;;;"::':' ~·: orew of iour msn. Large foro88 of Cray Phair "'AI knocked dO.D aDeI m.D ar. employe,}. by the .hipperooD badly cnt Dp. shore, 1O that in a small plaoe the Be ani ... ed at Grand Rapids alld U oyster gives employmen~ to 25)0 or once instituted proceedings agaiui 8000 m.en. They make fair earnings, the State to reco ... er damages fer per-and in the main are old fashioned , sonal injuries. alleging that tbe mOOM hard working folk, oareful and lndug· it a ward of ~he State and ib,a laU8 uious, whose forefathers were oystermen and whose grandchildren will probably b. the .ame. They haTe oomfortable home!!, and are in the main Amerioans to the core, and ha ... e an absorbing Ion and faith in their country. In the regular oyster communities is responsibJe br the animal'. aoiL If the cue comes io trial, and Phair .ys he is in earnest in hill BUit. lila" will urge that he was prel'enied rzo_ d.f.Dding himself by Ih. faol lhal he would been severel,. punisbed had h. killed 'tbe anima.l. - San Franciloo -that is, the villages and small towns Chronicle.~ ______ supported by the oyster industry, and Air Propen," for Stl .. Hi,.. there are soores of them -the care of To propel b!llloona and ~he Y~Oa5 the oyster is officially regulated by an forms of air-ships, so·aalled, by 80IDe assooiation of which all the oystermen kind of ""rew propeller, muoh afwr are member!. Each colony has its an- the manner followed in current lieaaaa Dual meeting for the election of of- sbip practice, hu for along time beell Hcell!. The oaptain of each boat ob- one of the aims of aeronautic enthuai .. tains a yearly licenlle from the cOlleo. 1 uti. ~o equip ~n. ordilluyship, h~ .. - tor of the 1L8800iation, tbe usual-charge ever, In Ita legthmate element 'rlUI being $1 per ton for the bnrthen of I air propellers, or, in other words, wisis. his craft. The local "as900iation" pro- propellers r etoi't'ing in the air iIlItead tects the oyster farms flom the depre· of in the ."ater, and to elfect proplIldations of outsiders, and sees that siou solely by their aid, is a na of thG none ot the memben take un1air ad- latest suggestions of the time3. It baa vantage of the others. be·en proposed to m,.ke tbeH air pI'~ Au oyster sloop or sohooner, i! pellers aimil&r in sna?s to the ordi .. manned by fonr or more men, ODe of nary water ", r ew, with saib o\" bladMi whom aerves as cook. A good snpply of thin sheet meta!, and it· is said ~ of food is always taken aboard, bat have been found, experi llll ntaUy. thM ibould the appetites of his' c!"ew over- for ~qu"l numbers oi r evolutions, feMh ~he captain's oaloulations, there eqaIU jntensi~y of thrust, engine are always to be had good oysters power and speed, she aret. of ths pea" ithoul gOiDg very for away from tbe p.n.r .hoold be abo .. ' 'waI" Ii.- front door. that of the wMet IINW. A ..- In the middle of their mainsail and ' tic liner, skilD.~ O!W""'tra. _ ....,. in ~he middle of their jib. all boats what would look like a lUillg of mara. .. must have theJr license number palDt· moth children'. pin-1rheela on 8Mb . ed in blaok figures, at least eighteen aide. spinning round ill the air, i8 \be inchae long. This number mast also lltartling 'fiaion for which, appareatly. be fixed upon some of their stakes or people are called apon to prepare fOl' .. buoys on all priv.t. grouDd.. This -Ne" York T.I.gram. makes it easy for the apeolal o'.lB.cer or ............ - a. EIRIrie City. 'Watoher, whoee duty it is to diseo ... er Great Falls, Montana., is rlln by infringers. The dnties of the oysterman are not eleolrioily. No' ooly are ito ..... 00D6ned to the gathering of Ih. bi. Dan plopen.d and Iigbsed by oIaolri· ..a be for market any more than are oity, but the, .re heated byeleckie the daties of the gardener con.fined tc. radiators placed in eaoh oar. Elna~ll tors, printing presses. eranu and the collection of his ga.rden producl kindll of machinery are operated by Indeed, their work ill similar in de- Th.r • ••• auto-.~o tail, and the terms used by the oyster- electrical force. .... _ electrio exOal'atorll, e~ ectrio palD.~ man 10 nearly rellemble those or the and eleo t.r io rock. ornswlL U i8 .... other that tbe oyster ouItiTator may unusual to see 011 the stree~ a mortal' well be oalJed "the gardener of tbe mixer attached to an 'eleoUio me " lea. II His Jlground" is where \ his leading down from a pole. The rea.oysters grow, and he "stakes" it tauunu cook by elect:ricity; tM arotu:d to erable him to distinguish butcher employs it to ohop his _- his territory from that ot his neigh· . III aag .. , the grocer to grInd his co .... bor' 8. His "beds" are where the EI ec 1r l·C·1 1y I. I Io o~. e d 0 p o. as • -..-.'. oystara grow, n&turallv, and where he bl· · h . 1"_ .. come ell1J1R' In every om.e 1 "planta" his usaed j n while "tran. s- I . , . housewiyearun thell' se"lng machi .... planting" i8 resorted to for the 1m· and bea~ their ft.atirOD'!I by alectriei'Y; provement of the natural oyster. the bake their cakes in woodeD eleo- This ... plant is .. oar.follyatteDd. . y Ih • be 1.- . . tllO cake o't'ens a" caD .. --.I .d to .. ·potatoes or-oorn by Ih. skll· h II l ·k te~--., ~ _ ... . . on the s e 1 e pas ~... UUA fol farmer. Th. plaDIIDg 11m. of the I I · boil ~ 011ter is in the springandthehufeat- They hon·llie ec rTlo h ::"'11.0 ... _~ iDg limo iD the f.1I aDd uoll.l the D. xl and tea e eL ne Yl.Ul1u_ ' .--.t. . . and power hOUIes are erec IN oprlUg. Bnl the plaDto of ODe SpflDg ·1 Ih ·1 ,h. ~_'-' . three m1 es from e 0 1 y on ~ ... are DOli galb.r.d UDIII Ihe fall ollhree I of Ih. Mi8lOuri. -AII.ata CODmia. years ater. . When thehar't'esting time is over, at hOD. the end of Mcroh, the oysterman be. ' Tnces .f Pr,ttiltorf; .... gins to plant. His fir3t work ill to Some weeks .go a SaIl Diego (CaL) stake oul hiB farm. Th. deck of hi. n.".paper roporl< d iatarealilll( die Iloop ie piled up' with stakes, ulua11y I coveries made on ~he north NOpe ~ eorub oaka Iwenty feel iD I.Dglh, d.· . S.D Miguel Mountain by 'BermaD C. boded of all their branches exoepi I Cook and C. A. Pauni, two ~ tho.e at the top. The first work is to prOlyectors, tbe discoveries com~ seleot hi. garden. The oa.ptain gets a ing" prehistor ic roadwflo,., a nam_ Urange" by SOp:le object on shore, .nd of mining tool. and unmiau.kabltt, then proceeds to stake o_1f aboat twen- : traces of an anoient mining camp. ty or twenty-five aores. ~takes are . The stone.pd. ... ed r oad Wloll traced to • driven in tbe bottom at each of the t '\'fall of solid and well. execllted mUOD" four corners and half a dozen at in- ' rr . Thill W&S found to n rrouu,d ~ -termediate points of tbe square. I inolosure, no" filled willi <\ebrie bat _ _ To the novice it is I! matter of won· : which is belieTed to be an old araIItH. der how a skipper can sail int:> his Near this arastr. WM di.cover&d th. own partioular ga.rden every morning, I mouth of a tunnel fi lled with debra ~hen.tb~re are 51)0. others seemi~~ly I In the ... icinity are &Jao. trace~bJ. the hke It In the neIghborhood. lne foundations of no lea tnan nID ..... frail stakes protect the owner from I small house@. It is belie ... o:!d tha' tla. intrusion as eecurely as if hi.! 8'l'rden : cleaning of the tunnel and 'be p ...... we~e .surrounded by a st~ne w~lJ. I iog of the ir. ... estig.ti~n into ~h. tn.~ .. This IS part of the morahty of the Del williea.d to Qlore lo terest1og dteoysterman. All the plauting is done cover ies tho,n any yet m3de oear:nw between A.pril! and June 15. on tbe lire of a Dc i eo ~ milD 111 thia Gourmands huc somt?:times been region.-Cbica30 Time.3-Reralll .hooked by the thought Ihat per hap. the oyster woul'h ome day become ex· CIUon an. Lln .. _ .. tinct. But, they 'Jhonld not. worry. I Co ~ton mlly be dis tinguished Iro. The maternal instinot is developed in linen when one is buyiDS haudker. the lady oyster to a rare degree. I cbiefs by moi3teniDg the tip or 'b. Every year she produces 60,000,000 ; fi nger and pressiog it to the bandker. eggs, There is "goodly proportion ' ohlef. If it weu through .t once i' a-of femalell among these 60,000.000. I Hnen. while if an.~ co~tOQ eDten .ato and before they b .... e been scooped · 1 its m&.Dufaoture .t ... 111 tilke seftoraI up in the mercilesa dredge tbey, too, seconds to wet throuah Ul. thread& will have oontributed their quo~a to r Aho in linen the threada KI .... tho oyst.r popwalion. I U • • •• D \han ie I19ttoll,-]f", Y...- U ~ ,01- 1114 1Ita alWwt\l ~ W96W, ,
|Title||Connecticut eastern news, 1895-11-05|
|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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CONNECTICUT EASTERN NEWS.
OHAB. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN ENTERPRISING PAPER FOR ENTERPRISING PEOPLE.
VOL. II. NIANTIO. OONN .• TUESDAY., NOVEMBER 5, 1895.
Works Both Ways.
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Dr. J. Hamilton Gille's Welcome Cough and Lung Balf!8lll
CURES YOUR COL}).
AND BY PURIFYING YOUR BLOOD
PREVENTS MORE COLDS.
This Remedy is· nlways €fficacious. The principles upon which
it cures apJl€als . to :rU_I:B, SB.lN(oLES AND BFILDERS HARDWARE AND MATERIALS.
SAYBROOK JUNCTION. - Conn.
WJ4~ A.HOLT, I Fine Pianos
I &leo make a .pecialty ot the fioelt
WINES AND LIQUORS
For IIoiIoaI Purpose' . Orden from
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