Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on September 16, 1889 · Page 4
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MONDAY, ;PT.E Flute pl.iyini? on the corn ear is Ix-st p-'ilormeci in private. (Proff KxionBl Ignnranee. Nothing is nioro common, nor lens true, than for pliysicinna to tell patients in the first singes pi' heiirt disease that ttie trouble is only nervous, etc., and of no account. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing as shown by the great number of people who die of heart disease when its existence is not suspected. Take warning Don't neglect the 11 rut symptoms, and if you would avoid mitfdfn <lrath, angina pectoris, etc., tnke i)r.' New Cure before U is too lat«. Sold at A. K. Hcntirick's or ,1. M. Hlckford's Drug Store. WHOLESALE EVICTION OF SETTLERS. Oat Foil of o NOT oi:LAr Youn srn.^u.r. > .- n . UPP'NCOTTS MAGAZINE, ehtiow lUnrl,, in tho front rn.k ot u.unthlj i>ub1iaft iftiid ocoapias th* poeltlun of A LEADER AMONQ LEADERS, wh nnraVir cont»lm A COMPUTE NOVtUlIm aannUtT ft »iifl«\Un«oai ro»tt«r of nn InlerrBtlng «n iMtmoliti tuuun. O»« Jdtr'l inbtoriptioD (I.ei. LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS ,» Annrion .nlhor.. lo^lh.r with AN ABVNDANCE 'IFRUUKT BTOKIE3, POEMS. ESSAYS. «n,l mituri II auiuul IntsrM! to pntnl r«»d«rf, making > Tolnnn of NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES. TS« mocuM of Lirrlnc<iTT'» itandl nrpr*<-»ilfnt(xl 11 II,, of MicMln. pobllihlni. .nil to-<i»r ill fiimil Jt 1HI« li »«l«om«dla ITOTJ btmllt, TUlige, totrn, »nil cltj throughout ths United State*. ' Tb« b«il writeri of lh« «• h»T« bttn mcnred mil n«ir fbfttarM will, from time to time, b« ftddwl which »ill «1T« toLirnsoarr's A DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN, An«ll, RlTM, E<l*«r Salts., John n»bt»rt<m. Tdni r>wmU. CapUlo CharlM Kln(t. U.B.A., OrK« Mn«, M. EllloUSwweH. Btllnft DoUro. M»uric« B»nrnjor«, Oaidn, tad manf other, will eontribnU) to lu r-fcfffli for 1H8P. For full nn»p«cto«, Ki!ir»M Upplncotfi M»r«llB«, rhlU- MlphU. »o«iit««lnjl«imm!xir. »100 pot/e»r. Bond THE CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN W«K RAILWAY. OVER XOOQ MILES Of steel track in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota •nd Wyoming, penetrates the Agricultural. Mining and Commercial Centres of the WEST AND NORTHWEST. The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line embraces Sumptuous. .Pining Cars, New Wagner and Pulliran Sleepers, Superb day Coaches and FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS Running direct between Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Council BPuffs and Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver, San Francisco and all Pacific Coast Points. ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK HILLS For Ticket*, Riui. M«pn, Time Tnl)ie« »n4 fa.I Infordiattnn. apply to any Ticket Agent or atr dren the Oen'l PMscnuer Agrat, Chicago, 111. J. X. WEIpIAH, H. 0. TOIEB, E. P. W1LG01T, Qraetil luugor. Trifle Matngor. Oon'IFiij. Ajt. 1 K, STKBLIHO A pear tree at Sandy Hill, Pa., is well tilled with fruit, and one bough is covered with blossoms. People miles te see it. go WILL YOU cough when Shuc a Cure will give you immediate relief. Price 10 eta., 00 cts., and 81. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Bock Falta. Two interlocked loops of gold, across which runs a row of diamonds, composes the neatest of hair pin heads. THE REV. OEO. H. T HAYEK, of Bourbon, )nd., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. mlrpd Fnrrnrr, Tornett Their Humes. nn, Minn., Bept. 1C.—-Tho northern Pncifle railr. ad Saturday completed tho work of evicting upward of 40i) settlors and tlioir families, who, supposing they were conforming to tho regulations of Lho government, loc.ittxl Iniuls on tlie pHco of tho reservation, soon to be openod in Minn«snt.a. Th« commissionor of tho general land offioo decided tlmt tho lands were included in tbo Northern PnciflT indemnity bolt, and tho railroad company sent out an nrmod force of evictors, who drove tho settlers, with thoir families and stock, o(T tho lands. Ilnnillod Ont TVIttmut Ceremony. ' Bo roughly woro tlicso evictions made that many of tho cabins contain articles of household furnltnro just as they word hastily abandoned. Thes i people are without money, and many of thorn must Btarv« unless-aid is B3nt here at onco, as tho city authorities have no means of providing for tho hundreds now hero. WOMAN AND HOM] HOW A LADY MAY KEEP HER FOOTGEAR IIN GOOD CONDITION. A Trim CiMik In »n Arll«l— Tim Wny to Trt'nt Chilili-on to Mnko Thrm Polltct-— A \Vommi'* KSmlm-xH ton SIMt-r— A fjuly's Surrrt** \vlth Old FnKliiomMl Otiuclmnta. ni A woman dress will n No poorer invest elites pivin;; nut cl;r.« crtirl* 1 it lon^ iK'lure it sh no nmtt'T how r Ix'sinniiiS, "ill I :'ly cvi in tlii ho itmk'rsrntul* th* economy of -ver buy a cheap p.ilr of uluwi nnl pn>|i a|iplir.-ilile nt can be nm«1e, for bo^ in sbtirtvr time- than a first stmtitty mul worn ould do *n. Hut any Min?-, stly or well shaped in tho -e Its froshnnss spocvlily if .'d fur Tlii.t is especially K-of French kill, which ! :• in Con^'-' became absolute tho conviciinn tho mind, but that Fn>> l!r; nii'l •d: "I'.nt i know ao do wlmt id threats n-r to do it. 1 pt-triiV-.t, and 1 mid not. comply.'' She expressed that thn obstinacy was not in on the i\f TV"s, and that what. i Of li h;f.>rnl'»l Hir> pn inued ilMiii;!-,nuti5 for llft»f-n cents An exceedingly cunning idea in qneen chain pendants is a moonstone infant's head under a bonnet of gold wire. IB Consnmptlon Incurable I Read the following: Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark,, says:" Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr. Kinfj's~New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine, ever made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur. Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. king's New Discovery for Consumption 1 would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by dcotors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at D. B. Strickler's Drug Store. A semicircle of sapphires above an enamel and diamond forget-me-not is aa attractive scarf-pin of late issue. SHILOH'8 COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J,M. Bickford Rock Falls_ A fancifu'ly designed hair pin topis an upright coil of rope in gold, with a vertical row of emerrlds sunk into it. Last year the value of the farm stock—cattle, sheep and pigs—on the farms of the United Kingdom was about £142,000,000. Tonight and Tomorrow Slight, And each day and night during this week you can get at all druggists' Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, acknowledged to be the most successful remedy ever sold tor the cure of Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis Whooping Cough, Asthma and Consumption. Get a bottle today and keep it always in the house, so you can check your cold at once. Price 50c and $1.00. Sample bottles free. la . An Ohio farmer says that one of his hens has produced an ejr< every day for the past six months. 100 ladles Wanted. And 100 men to call on any dinggist for a/rea trial package of.Lane's Family Medicine, the great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Rocky .Mountains. For diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and clearing up tho complexion it does ders. Children like it. Everyone SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford. Rock Falls. A moonstone owl upon a background of blue enamel in a circular gold frame is * brooch oddity recently seen. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50'cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Falls. •wonders. praises it. Large size cents. At all druggists'. package, 50 White enamel neckties encompassed by diamond scarf ring are among the quaint productions in scarf pin tops. FITS.-All fits stopped f.ree by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer, No lita atter flrst day's use. Marvellous cures. Treatise and 82.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch St.,Phila.,Pa. d&w THE APPEAL TO GOV. FIFER. Presentation.of tho Sprlnjy Ynlloy Memorial— III* Itjply til llrluf. BLOOMINOTOX, Ills., Sept 10.—Governor Fifer, at his homo in this city, wns waited upon Saturday by Adolbert Hamilton, a Chicago attorney, who, on behalf of tho mayor, common council and ponplo of Spring Valley, presented to bim a long memorial, signed by thousands, in regard to tho suffering and destitution prevailing there owing to tho lockout in the mines of tho Spring Valley Coal company. Tho governor is appealed to for aid, and is invited personally to visit tbo scono and seo if a special session of tho legislature Is not needed to tako action to savo these people from death by starvation. Governor Fifer expressed his deepest sympathy, and-promised to do all that lies in hia power to relieve tho people. Tho memorial draws a heartrending picture of tho'dlstressin that region. I» N» polcnn JT*» t» Forger. — NEW YOHK,~Sept" 14— Tho Evenlng-Run onBaturday printed more than four columns of an article in which it is charged that Ives and Ktayner, now in trial here for fraudulent issue of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railway bonds, aro guilty of forgery. The story is circumstantially told, and relates that Ivea h(id dealin^* at tho time he was manipulating C . H. and D. stock wilh a wealthy manufacturer n.-mi'il Christ. Moyor, of Now Bruiisuiclr, N.: J, Vriicii tuo smash in the railway deal ran™ Ives desired to involve the estato of Mey,;rs, who had died in the meantime, so ho forged tho lat- tor's name to a document mnkiiig him a partner in all of Ives,' and Btnynm-'i deals, and responsible to the extent of his estate—7,000,- 000—therofor. Tho story is told on tho authority of ono E. W. Woodruff, who is represented ns saying that ho saw Ives practicing for the forgery,'and witnessed the forged paper after it was completed. T^otidon'd Strike nt an End. LONDON; Sept 14.—Tho dockrneu marched in procession yesterday to tho ! Mansion houso, where they wero reviewed by the lord mayor and lady mayoress. The Australian flag had the place of honor in tho line. From the Mansion hoiiao tho parade marched to Hyde park, where they hold a meeting. Then wns nil enormous crowd present, but perfect order wns maintained. Four platforms had been erected, from which Mr. Burns and others tmido addresses. Resolutions wero adopted expressing gratitude toward those who assisted the men during the strike. Work was resumed to-day on the (erms noted in these despatches last week. Tbo men got their rnisn of wages Nov. 4, and win without modification on all the other pointa; ono thing they conceded waa that the m.'n who hal go:i<3 to work during the strike aro not to In interfered with. every littlot>rui»;niid touch turns purple. A rule observed by many women, and a good ono it proven, loo. is never to wear a street Bhoo in tho lnMise. It receiver harder treatment, strung) tJtsay, from numerous inevitable collisions with articles of furniture than it would in double the amount of street wear. Another sensible custom is to reserve a pair of boots for wet. weather wear, leaving them to rest in a comfortable bug between times. Nothing tolls against tho beauty of footgear BO much as getting it wet, ami even with rubbers no amount of diligence will prevent the dampness from the skirts reaching the ankles. Shoes should tie removed immediately on arriving at home, the dn.-t and soil wiped away with a clean, soft rag, ajjd then they should be placed together In a separate pocket of the shoe bag until wanted again. If this course Is Invariably pursued a considerable saving of money, time and temper will bo added to the increased service derived from oven an inferior quality "f Ituther. Never wear a shoo unbuttoned if you care for it« slmp< linens, and satisfied when you do button it if all those little necessaries are not in place. Tho wearing of a shoo even onco or twice with a pair or trio of buttons gone from it lulls on its appearance In the long run. Patent button fasteners aro unsatisfactory, for if tho shoe draws even the least bit alxmt tho ankles the metal clamps show, and even tho most |>crsisteiit system of blackening fails to koop them from looking brassy. A small l>ox of round shoo buttons with a curved needle and lengths of coarse linen thread already cut should have a place in tho top drawer of every woman's dressing case or chiffonier. Then the task of replacing a missing button simplifies Itself wonderfully. On children's shoes particularly, the patent fastening* should never be used, for in their romus'buttor.s, fasteners, leather and all aro apt to dis«pi>ear. A good plan to carry out regarding shoes for the little ones ts to rub them-wcll wltlr rostor oil before they aro worn at all. This makes tho leather pliable, fills up the pores and prevent* it from cracking. For their everyday shoes onco in two weeks is not too often to oil them. At flrst tho oil will give them a gray look, but after an hour or so is passed the finish they show is nice and soft. • If hhoe-s get wet, smooth them Into ns good shape an possihlcnnd place them In a medium wnrnvn.f !!!•«;•!!'_•••!: ta :!ry. T!:i:: Un^.uluu^wi time than if dried close to tho fire, but-, they will be In much bettor condition when wanted. Leather hardened by drying too suddenly can be restored by tho application of castor oil well rubbed In. — Exchange. T,.,i;l 1,0 tl"?«n. T wrn purrhiK"-'! cnoiiirh t" ply, nnd Einre- thnt. time !!>? Iris steadily in.'reaped tin! coolrs, under Ihn IiiHe 'viitu.-m's cnoe, n:-o kept emi-.tnntly bii'-y. come, from tho douirhnut. indi $40 per week.— Philudolpbiu In More than 2,000,000 of the youth of India are now receiving an education In the English language. Bleetrle Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt llheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevereXFor cure of Headache. Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.-Price 50 cts. and 81.00 per bottle at D. B. Stickler's Drug Store. A West Virginia man suggests that the new postage stamps be adorned with the picture of Baby HibbarA'fl Kboomatle and Uver Pills These Pills are scientifically compounded, uniform in action. No griping pain so commonly following the noe of Pills. They are adapted to both adulta and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the cure of sick headache, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appetizer, they excel any other preparation. Cheeaine, the most recent American product, is said to be composed of Bkim milk, alkali and hog fata. THAT HACKING COUttH can be quickly cured by dhiloh's Care. We guarantee It. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, liock Fall* There are 89.000 benefit and burial i registered in ICngland anil Wales, ' "i which amount to £11.000,. 000. A dainty conception in lace pins is a lilfigrefc gold staa with diamond center, set between-two _creacents- pointing inward. - . A IW»w Discovery. Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants like common pills, bran, etc. Mile's Pills cures liver complaint, constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. R. Hendrick's or J. M. Blckford's. A gold queen chain pendant thai simulates an open book, bound around by a narrow ribbon of rubies, may without fear be styled unique. CEOUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Hhiloh's Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J, M. Bickford, Hock Falls. Tartest fruits make the firmest jelly. SHILOH'S CUBE will immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. For" sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, liock Rnhliffl u .Stivlng-t Hunk. TEXAUKANA, Ark., Sept 10.—It was given out here (Saturday night that Professor J. Wiss, who recently left town, has taken with him $.j7.000 {>.] cash from tho Texarkana Savings bank-i, of which he was until recently president and manngar. Ho was a man of exemplary, habits and implicity trusted. The corn Is' acknowledged now by everybody. "There was a frog who lived in a spring, He caught such a could he conld not sing." Poor, unfortunate BatrachlanI In what a sad plight he must have been. And yet hia misfortune was one thai often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the "genus homo is utterly spoiled by "cold to the head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned "croaker" we are not aware that any remedy was ever devised; but we rejoice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats in tune by a timely use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, both of which are sold by druggists. Tomatoes act upon the liver. Asparagus purges the blood. The surprising manner in which the . Always" Something Hiippehfc" NEWPORT, R. L. Sept. 10.—The United States cruiflpr Chicago had her trial trip BoturJay. Sho blew out a stop-cock, and lu consequence her fastest snood wns not tested, but she is expected to mako seventeen knots. Her final trials will bo made on Monday next. Thu Kilt*) AVtlr ut Chicago, CHICAGO, Sept li).—Tho freight agents of the western and northwestern roui,lH Saturday decided to moot the liurlin^lon aud Northern reduction in rates. Th» reduction from Chicago to 8U Paul will bj from GO to 40 cents. Sir. Uarflelil Sllll M!««lng. ~ LONDON, Sept 10.—No tidinss hava yet been obtained of the ll^v. Mr. Barfluld, who started for Ireland recently, and his continued silence strengthens tho b3liof of hia friends that ho hasj>.*en foully dealt with. Kdlson and nu Phonograph. BERLIN, Bcpt 10 —Mr. Edison has gone to Heidelberg for a brief stay. He will return here beforo tho close of the week to exhibit bis phonograph to Emperor William, Prince Bisamrck, and Count Von Moltko. Wouldn't "Fire" the Non-Unlou Moo. LAHCABTKU, Pa., Sept. 10—The Columbia Iron company having refuse 1 to discharge the non-union men now in thuir employ, n4- gotiations for the settlement of the strike at ttie works have been declared off. rtelirli mid Seasoning. The worthy cook who is empress of my kitchen, queen of my stomach and therefore mistress of my humor, won my confidence by a simple remark sho made tho flrst time I had friends to dinner afU;r sho had on- tored uixm her duties. "Monsieur," she said, for she is of Gaulish origin—"monsieur, I am very pleased to see that none of the gentlemen last night touched tho salt cellar. I could not desire a finer compliment." If I or .my guests had found it necessary to ruffle tho smooth surface, of tho saltcellar and odd a pinch to any of the dishes, it would have been a proof that my cook had not succeeded in seasoning her dishes to tho point. A cook having any self respect aud any respect for his art has a right to feel Insulted if a guest proceeds to giowiicr his food with salt and pepper lu'foro having even tasted it Such a b.-n barous proceeding implies disastrous FO<ri:il antecedents on tho part of the guest, uiuiccustomodness to delicate- eating, or a callousness and bluutuessof palate,which renders him unworthy to tasto any but the rankestfood and the most scarifying of spirituous liquors. Let it tx> remembered flrst of all, and above all, that seasoning U tbo business of the cook, aud that unless tho relish is imparted to the food during the process of cooking, it cannot be imparted afterward. When,your meat or vegetables nn.' served on the tftblo and on your plato, you will vainly sprinkle them with salt and pepper and sauces; you will simply bo eating meat and vegetables aud seasoning matter, but you will not bo eating seasoned meat or seasoned vegetables. "The great suporlorlty of I'Yonch cooking over all other cookery lies lii tho thorough comprehension of the role and methods of seasoning in cookery. The perfection of seasoning brings out the peculiar savor of each article of food, and never allows the seasoning to usurp the place of the savor. Tho skill of tho cook ia shown by the nicety with wliieh he judges bis proportions, so as to form a suave whole In which all the elements are harmonized and none allowed to dominate. It U in the season Ing that tho art and sentiment of the cook is shown. No book can teach how to make a sauce to perfection; it la almost, useless, not to say Impossible, to work with scales and measures, and accord- Ing to nicely figured formula); the true cook works by experience- and feeling. A true cook, be It remembered, is an artist, and not a Johannes Factotum.—Harper's Bazar. wo cnll obstinacy in children, and in grown people, too, is uft"n fmu-thina of thi.i kind; and that it may U> inrmifc-l by m:?manafro-' mentor persistence or what is called firm m'ss in tho controlling po\vi.>r, into dipon-so or something near to it. This recalls to mind an Incident In my own childish expericnco. Tho causo of my disgrace. wns a trifling nir.-ilr, but 1 miirt go without my dinner for being so obstinate. 1 remember the numb sttrjior with which 1 watched thn dinner come- nnd gn from my place of banishntfut in the corner, and especially a fnvorito dish that was wrved. made the trml iloubly bnrd. Tho trials of childhood are by no meant lnsiguifi''unt, tmd ninny a mnji or woman might ninknn revelation that would be startling to tho elders who had them in charge.— Woman's Work. Eiicoumtjrinoiit. Why is a word of encouragement so charily spoken, when it, ns nothing else, will lighten the cares of the day and urge tho discouraged heart on with renewed purpose? Especially doesthochlld hunger for tin- word of approval spoken by the parents. The daughter, striving as best sho can to perform her duties and lighten tho cures of tho mother, must needs, have a strong will and a high sense of duty to enable her to stand firm if, instead of occasionally award of praise, nothing is vouchsafed ber but a stony silence, or, what is oven worse, constant faultfinding at tho little mistakes made. What a disappointment to the little child who bus brought and warmed papa's slippers and dressing gown to see him don them with no word of thanks. Tho mother who complains that her daughter Is not BO willing to help as she should IMJ should pause and think if any encouragement was ever given or if tho willingness to help that onco was a pleasure had not been crushed in Its infancy. A young lady whoso school life had just closed, and was happy In tho quiot of' home- lifo nnd in. the consciousness of being of some help to her mother, had her ambition crushed by hearing her mother remark to a caller, wbo wns congratulating the mother on having her labors lightened by tho daughter's help,. that she didn't notice any difference in tho work, and thought she got alongquite as well when thadnughtcr was at school. Be not afraid of making tho child vain by praising 'her, for oftcucr sho is made morose by tho withholding of It than harmed by its speaking.— Lowistou Journal. - A Womanly Deed. "I saw a littlnactof kindness yesterday," said one of our court ofllcinls, "that struck me as very pretty and N omnnly. I suppose you've noticed that there aro qtiiuvn number of gypsies. about. -tho. str-crts. Inti.'ly. Well, yc«ti.-i u«j . *i* J.<ji mtuir UHO m women was In rather of .a fi.t out on YVo.t Main street. She was carrying u bouncing young Roman, and the gay handkerchief sho woro, twisted about ber head Instead of a bonnet, was on tho point of slipping off and falling on tho dirty sidewalk. Having both arms full of baby she couldn't readjust her head dress herself, and her ovUleut distress over what seemed a rather trifling matter seemed a fit subject for Daughter to those who observed her at all. Just then a very handsomely dressed laJy came along, and evidently took in tho situation at n glanco. She walked straight up to tho gypsy woman, smiled nn 'allow mol' reached across the not overcloan baby, and with her daintily gloved hands tied tbo handkerchief under tliu woman's chin. Then she gave tho repuirod head dress a little twitch nt tho sides to set It straight, and with another smilo aud that final pat with tho hollow of the hand on the knot with which all women put the finishing touch to n bow, went on her way. It don't sound like anything in telling, but it struck mo as a bit of real womanly kind ness, and judging from tho look in tho brown woman's eyes, it- struck her so, too." — Rochester Democrat. il;\n, on train - other day tlmt into print b'> quii't An incident orruiTe.l on nn nl'U'rm cm tbo rond t!' ou^ht. to have found its iv;i fore this. It Ims numerous l-«"n.*. A tho pa'-sep.Erera were three swei-'. MIH! Sistorsof Charity in 1 heir chru-m-terisiic dress A drunken man, very drunk and aitiinylnff, entered tho ear and snt f!o»vn N'side on* 1 o[ them. Ho talked persNenily, drank from n 'jif; bottli'that lui carried, nnd flimlly "tm'li his disngrorabli' fnrc rppcnu-dly into the bi.a bonnet of tho sister In n most insulting way. Sho wns evidently miii'h fnijhtoned. The conductor hurt nlrcndy Iwen told of the man's conduct, but did nothing. The other pnsseii- gors, in trm; passenger fashion, sc.t and looked on. No mnu stirred. Finally n woman, whito a* a sheet, nnd full of suppressed indignation, got up from her Boat nnd went to tho resene. Sim (rrauliwl the fellow's bottle, wrested it from his bunds and flunK it out of tho window, und she took hold of him and, fitter n lively und unassisted atrngglo, ROt him out of the seat. "I'm no Roman Catholic," she mid exclttxlly to tho spectators, "but I can't sit still and ceo a Sis tar of Charity Insulted."—Hartford Cournnt' try TO ITFAL ALL BLOOD CONTAGION. Tnr *tr. c T IH Tin: Trop.t/n. J tliln!; r.wift'n ( ; prrif.c i'i tfie l>e»t Wooil ri-mc;Iy !n llic-wuilcl. 1 li.nvc l;iimvn II In mnkoeome wowli r- ftll curt * of patient' «'!"> wi-re ron°Moivil lnrm:.t-V. J1. Jt. ClUTBOS, Crowvllle, \,:. Trcnli?e on Wooil nml P'.;in Dlwaws mnile-,1 fr< :-. Tna Bwirr Frr.cirrc C"n., Drawer 8, Allimla. <••>•_ "Women inul FrecUlen. Hie very best thing to use for your face during the summer weather is tho cosmetic which was known beforo tho days of Cleopatra; it is called Virginal Milk, and is made in this way: "To a quart of rn-vwnler u<U. drop by drop, an ounce of tincture of ben- zoin, stirring it constantly." When you want to use it throw enough in the, hand basin to make tho water the color of skim mill:, ami then bathoyDiir fncothoroughly with it.dub bling it dry with a soft towel. Now don't do as many others linvo done and ei't benzine. It is tincture of benzoin tluit you.want; and, remember, especially during tho Humnu-r, that your fare is not mud 1 .' (if bucknili, but is a tender skin, and should bo wiped after its hath with a soft rather than n harsh towel. If the men of tho family, who are so rough skinned that beards grow on them like weeds In a flower garden, like these broom like cloths, let them have the exclusive nso of them. If your skin is harsh and dry, uso n wine glass full of glycerine lu a warm bath; according to a noted b-anty a few baths of this sort ought to make the skin 'soft and wliitn.—BeluR Hahblu ill Bunny South Lord SuHslmry'H Onimlinollu-r. Tho cbah occupied tho wing of Ilntdolrl houso in which the celcbrnted Marchioness of Salisbury (tho grandm..Mior of tho prime minister) waa burned t<i death in November, 18.1IJ, when she was in her eighty-sixth year. fjuly Salisbury's .Sunday card parties and mtppera.wnr« thn '.Ssmnrtwt" rntCTtninTncnts in Luimuu fin 1 iimri' limn inrty years, fitii' wan tres gramln ilnitl". but vry f;ood nc tui'ed, aud sho ndherHd t^t olii 1'ushioned cu? tomato the end of her life; driving lu the park ill a low phaeton, with four outriders In splendid liveries: nhvayn going to court In a sedan chair, ami making her footman carry a flambeau when she went out atnight. Ladj Salisbury (who was latterly known us "Old Barum") hunted with tho Hatfleld hounds until sho post 70, wearing a sky blue -habit with black velvet, collar and a jockey cap. and sho wan n very liold rider, and no fpnc» ever stopped her.—London Truth. fn^rowluiff NuUft. Various remedies have been proposed, out probably nothing equals the application of carbolic acid. Brush tho acid lightly over the inflamed surface- arid nlloxv It to penetrate under the skin. In twenty-four hours it will bo found that tho nail Is partly softened and can bo removed without pain, while tho acid has acted as a complete-, anaesthetic to the tender, inflamed tissue. Applied in the same way to a sprain or a bruise, In which the skin Is unbroken, it. affords instant relief.— Daniel's Medical Journal. O.OUD TI MU • 3 QA** WRAPPERS (U«6E 3IZC) Ask Tour Retailer for the ss JAS According to Tour Needs. .TAMES MEANS S-1 PITOW (is llfilit mill Blyllsli. Itms IIKivi- . NO'" It/tKAKINCfIN/'tH!- ' Inj: pr.rfoctlycn.fiy (hi: Hrrl tim? It is. ,TA'JII'KS' I MEANW . KIIOl! Is fbjnhitcly Ilia onlv fciioo or lu price M lilc'.i 13 ever been placcil rx- usivcly nn tlio m.-uUit In which dornbillly " rcnsldcred l>cfora more outward J. MEANS ifc CO., BostoB. Full lino of tho above shoes for Halo by J, R. BELL & SON a"* Arnitta 9»tKltr«. best saJvs in the world Im IJuts, Uloant J*«|iS Iih*un), many mseaaea that originate m the usrvas is astonishing all who know the fitets. The lUsiUiraUva N^rriue, » br*m and n«r»e food, soW by A. it. earns *fTW»* U* **3S* w« fcW»o& i**j?9\iiiU| ; «»»».*** ••»*•« ». >V uiu «i.*^j-v«, a^vr** iff * T»U«r, tln*v>i»sd Hrtiidu, j Hcn-lrte*'* w J. M, BickforJ, (^-ojas, «a«i *U HJiio K*ai>-i wf»«i«ai4, w*Bto<»pjx-tit«.«ih<t Ut I.uo!t Always Win "Oiuartla." BOSTON, 8opt 16. — A cable message from tho European union of astronomers announces the discovery of changes in that crater of the moon known as "Pliny," by Professor Thurg, of Geneva, Ad.l<«l •tO.OOO to the Par«e. CHICAOO, Sept- 10.— Saturday at the meeting of tho executive committee of the Washington Park Jockey club it was decided to increase the purse tor tho Derby winner next year to $10,000. Jamp«<l Overboard In Mld-Ooa»n. LIVERPOOL, Bopt. 10.— A a steerage passenger named Edward Walsh, on tho Incoming liner Servia from Nuw York, committed suicido in mid-ocean last Monday by jumping overboard. Aunt IHnah Young, a nogress, died Friday at Louisville, Ky. , at the ago ut lid The WnuUier We Mar Kxpoat. CITV. Sept. W. The following w ttw tuni '1i»nci intilcatforia ?<>r tha t p. m, yvsteniay: 1 by mu.'U c^ lnit-*. Kor L Fullteueu to Children. A child will receive impressions of courtesy from older persons with wondrous alacrity You may teach a child to be polite, but remove all examples of polite behavior and be will Boon forget all ha has learned. I know a dear little girl whose mother is always very polite to her, and the child is a noticeable ex- Ample of courtesy to bar mother. If you train a child to say "Please excuse me" when be accidentally hurts you or gets in your way, and you forget to ask excuse for yourself, you do not bold the child's respect. "Please excuse mo" makes your peace with some children for all offenses. It U ridiculous the way some people call a child. For Instance, "Johnnie, come here." "Johnnie, coma here, now I" "John, if you don't coma hero 1 shall have to come after you." "Come here this minute, or I shall give you a whipping"—all in two breaths. On the contrary, how quickly the child runs to ber If she calls quietly, "Coma bora a minute, my boy; i want you." Lot us beware of thoevii communications which "corrupt good macners." I bavo in my mind a wmsomo girl of 10, who ts courteous to every one but bur mother. Being & near relative i ventured to ask the reason forcuch a luck of courtesy. Bhe replied: "I cannot lx> polite to my mother, much as 1 love her, sho !» BO far from being polite to me. I thought If 1 censed being jxilito to ber sba would miss It und think about tbo days when wo wt-ro so deferential to each other." 1 ft'lc sorry for Amy aud wanted to do *oini>tl)liiK for her, w> 1 siijjtcatej tuat sho cliangt) her turtle* nnd (rent h«r mothor with the utmost cuurbmy, «nJ Uki'iv sueh n uotic*r able JUIiU'i-ufv ttiju'uJ cattsa !i«r uujtiii-r to *M'^I litdr fault- I Jlil not «iy what was itf my muui wuuf-:l iiuiki* her is^isanit>ti Alkiv tu« to wv tlwt t!a» charii* '' t til wit, !» Atf'l Nothing the Matter wltli Old Maids. In truth there is nothing; the, matter with old maids. There are. Dccnsions whou thoir swoet restfuluesa' and unencumbered sympathy seem like gifts from heaven. 1 journeyed in the satno car wfth one only the other day. It was hot aud dusty, and there wuro unexplained delays that made every ouo feel out of sorts. Tho sleeping coach was crowded with ladies and children. The children made Incessant demands for drinks of water, and the mothers looked Worried and worn out be- foro half tho journey was done. It. was a day of discomfort and turmoil, and ti night of horror, whcai the mothern and children and nurses began to stow themselves away for sloop. ___ Through-it nil a .sweet maiden lady sat serene and calm. Sho geutly fanned herself with an air of contontmeutand peacefully read her book, and now and then surveyed the prospect without aud within. Occasion 5.SJ- she did some kind little tiling to a pass- rag child or gave a crushed o\:t looking mother a sympathetic and encouraging srnilo. Nothing In life for an old maidf Why, bless my soul, oven the men that day looked upon this calmly cool maiden lady and wished in their bearta that they woro old maids. For my part, I have never been to a ball or n dinner, or on sea or lund, or on mountain top or beach, without (hiding somewhere a lovely, charming, intelligent old maid who was a delight to every ono about her. — Louisville Courier-Journal. Bulgarian Embroidery Blakera. An exceedingly Interesting exhibition of Bulgarian embroideries has just been held lu London. These embroideries aro made by women wbo wore driven from Eastern liou- uittlia and Bulgaria on the invasion of Turkey by tho Russian troops in 1877. Their property and their houses wero destroyed, and they havrt taken refuge in some of the villages scattered over the north oi Asia Minor. Here by constant work these poor women cau earn but a scanty living, even by their exquisite embroidery, as they cannot devote their whole time to it on account of their household duties. Over 2,000 of these women work at this embroidery with wonderful patience, and producing really marvelous pieces of workmanship, notable foi' its ile&nlinebs, beauty and for nearly In all in- itanccfi having both hides alike. Tho work Is made up in wide borders for the trimming of dreases, panels, quaiut and original designs for dinner table centers worked ou their hand woven muslins of exquisita softness. A particularly pretty border was of pimpernel flowers ii» blue, with silver snakes twisting in aud out; white silk floweraon a wbito grouud relieved only with touches of silver wero lovely; another in a more oriental pattern witb a variety of soft tiuts shading Into on» another would harmonize charmingly witti a dessert service of Dresden china. — Now York Telegram. ..Old Fttahloued Doughnut*. • An energetic woman U uuvar at a loss for tttneausof livelihood wheu thrown uj»n her own rtisoureos. Hundreds of wouven in this city fare enga^wl in biiaino&s, aud many of thorn arc t» direct and fcucivsuful competition with iiitju. KeiunltJ bryadwiunera of oj'ig- imUHy have (K v v*-U*[H'<l for thouiseUttt utiw CMila n! lal«r ami Uu-y usiittliy make thum pay. Ont» bright vv^uum, who was I«ft destitute by th*> itiMUi of ii^r hu^ixuiil « itii w?v- Tho niu "We." A little girl of Brooklyn has tho misfortune to bavo a father of little ability and an aunt of little amiability. Contemplating 3)666 two, recently, fihe said to .her mother: "Mother, when I grow up will ! bave to maiy ry a- man like father, or bo an old maid like AuutJanei" Tho mother replied: "Yes, my dear." Thou that thoughtful child said: "What a hard time wo poor women 'have, don't we, mother r'—Nuw York Tribune. If you have a black lane or a black grenadine dross that has turned rusty and brown, mix two tcaspoonfuls of ammonia in a cujv ful of vinegar, and after ripping tho dress and shaking it thoroughly, wipoitover lightly with a piece of soft old bed tick dipped In tho mixture. Iron on the wrong side. thai i, aft,-j- trying uUt what to ik>, [I u , ui t/(* a 5'*** Women never truly command till they havo given their promise -to obey, and they are never in more danger .of being made slavus than when the men are «t their foot.— Farquhor. _ Wholo cloves are now used to oxteriiiinatB the merciless and industrious innth. It is said they are more offijctuai as a destroying agent than either tobacco, camphor or cedar shavings. _ __ Save all your .broken and crooked carpet tacks and keep them lu a box in the kitchen for cleaning bottles. They are bettor than' ehot, for the sharp edges scrape olf all the BtaiiiB, Picking Byrne>' Pocket. Very few people would believe that Inspector Byrnes hod ever boon "worked by a pickpocket," but such is tho case, and. what is more, ho lost Uis line gold chronometer — for a little while. It was just after tho big street railway tie up had been successfully ended, and New York's own Vidorq was on- Joying a little recreation with tho newspaper reporters who cover police headquarters nnd chronicle Us daily happenings. Pickpocket* and tho part they had takou in working the big crowds which had congregated to witness the fights between tho strikers and the police was tho subject under discussion. "Tell me, inspector," said ono of the young men, with an innocent, insinuating smile, as he sidled up close to tho inspector, "isn't it a" very easy matter to spot these gentry whenever you meet them!" Lazily flourishing his partly consumed Pcrfecto in the direction of &o much re|Kirtoriul ignorance, and transfixing him with a -withering glanco, tho Inspector eaid; "You Just bet It ain't, young fellow. Why, they're tho sleekest ducks out of Jail, and there ain't any way to'f-ixit 'em till you catch 'em right in tho act. There's nobody too slick to bo caught napping, either. Take my advice, gentlemen, and keep a eloso lookout for your waU'.h and money when you strike a crowd, whether at church, at theatre, ou race, court**- or elevuU-d platform." "You don't mean to say yon would bo nfrnid of losing your watch lu a crowd, do youf" said the young mun, us ho edged up a little closer to tho inspector. "Well, 1 wouldn't be too sure of that," he replied. At this tho Inno- Cuiit young man w-uineJ satisflutJ und started to go, but « fcjguitlcant &mUo piii>»lug over tho faev« of emu or two of thsnthor ruporltira, tho tiusihictor Mis{wot«d that syuietiiiug wsisi up and riui hia Iitmd luto !iU vt;st po»-lit>L Hia gold chi\?uc-fUwUir wa* goiu\ au4 nothing ttiu &n>\ Hug w«w li-(L It. had bcMii Tho lwy» haii thejj' Uttits lau^ii on t » wui <inv' (Km «u lu'Cbtuj r t ) i'.ill.'Ji!:£iJ^Oilr ) it^.J 1 4 'I 41 U? Uf.'a^^t w *'i vh D !»i c i w-tiUt ?j(t il M 'ti, ,, ftttj n r! to. \, t l 1 .^ ^ ' i \ ' *£>st,l j» $>-K&^ f »'• > 4 li •of' la n monthly maga- zlna devoted to tho hygiene and care of Infanta and young children, and all that pertains to the routine of the nursery. It Is now In Its fifth year. Tho Conffregation- aliit recently Bald of It : . "BABYIIOOD seorag almost Indlspensabla to Uio household in which there wo young children. It l» for tho n&renta and Uia nune, and Is 'packed full of Important Bug- gefitlona of a practical charaeUr. £rom per- •onal oxporlenco of *.ts uaeT ulnesa, we commend It warmly." And the Chicago Advance : ."Ho mother but mini appreciate tta wl*» and helpful suggestions, ana bo inrateful t or tbe lolvlng of porplexlUea nnd the helping .-• over hard places which every one comes to who has the oare of young children. W« commend 11 to every mother In the land." Also the New York Graphic : " Th . raocow of th!» pcrtodlcal hu been enormous. It mnkoa young mothers feel . that the only subject worthy of attention U at Itat being recognized. " Every Intelligent father 'and mother should read It regularly. Their children will be healthier and happier. It will reduce tho work of caring for them, nursing them, dressing them, amusing thcm._Xet-- . ten from subscribers frequently contain tuch testimonies as these, lately received : "1 am grateful to BABYHOOD i I have seen but two numbctra, but have learned BO much from those that I feel 1 should be doing my children sv wrong. If X should fall of tho opportunity to learn more." "Tho hdp It has been to us would have astonished me bad 16 been predicted beforehand." ''PhyBlolaa ftslam, your magaelnels Uietnoirf welcome ' periodical that comes tomy table, and Is th« • one 1 read first." "1 cannot apeak too highly of BABYHOOD. During the throo years that I have subscribed to It. I have felt repaid a hundred times for tho outlay by tho relief and confidence it has given me la tbo management of my children." You want a sample copy— Price IB ocnU. Or to subscribe f or a year— On our part we wish to know that you have seen tills advertisement ; and in order to induce you to mention this paper when •writing us, We have arranged to hare- mannf actured Sot us a large quantity of Hudnut's celebrated Sachet Powder, and will give a packet, free (either " Violet" 01 "White Lilac," aa preferred), sorlptlon or 1A oouU {or a BlnKlo copy, uod mentions tliia {.taper, (tfott ihf ivmtititm, Thepowdcr In fn uoeenuu B" premium," but l80ffc.Toa nlmnly to aid <u In truclUK the ro- euUunf ouradvortuini; inTBrlom purls of the country, lu retail value la about 25 CTOltu.) Address BABYHOOD PUBLISHING 00, p -- 6 Beakman St., Nev/York. .. Do not confound BtBTnoon with plcttiro-lvxiks for Uio amusement o/ children. It la a i/nif-Wis' mapasine —a nursery iH'lp. luti»tof tHmtrfu uui-a on ni«lt,.|il mihjiwtt comr.rl-n-a limny eytc/ull-iiB of tbu hlglirst rinifi-Bslunal Mandltii;. Tuo ,^j>rlut,-Held (,Mlt*a.) 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