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W COAL UP, BUT TEE TBUBT GOIHO DOWN.
K With til Impudent assurance exhibited
B';i by say plunderer who believes be lias n
Ht nr thing in " petting tbs awns and got-
E&f tln way." the Coal Trust yesterday
Rf added another 25 cents per (011 tu the t
H frioeof coal. When the Orst raito wroT
Ejl saadaosdar the lloadini; tloal thoro van
H, ( aoma attempt on the part of the monopo.
H."; Uta to make a show of plauslblo reason
Hf' forthaadrance; but thoy have nar cot
H( wall pact th point of offering rcneons.
R"' Coal onght to bo advanced uow, " said
H( President MoLiod to an Etknino Would
K), reporter. And theroby ho put himself on
HT'' the same basis with the Trust witness.
Ef j who told the Btate Sensto Committeo, in
'f affect, that " somebody nncuestcd that
E" W task on 25 cents, and It was done. "
H However, the Trust may take a new
Fp, view of thlnga to-day. At the samo time
Ht' that it waa arraneiuc for further extortion
H from tha people yesterday, a body blow
Hj" waa eomlne stralcht at tha great coal
Hl monopoly from New Jersey.
Kj Chancellor McG ill rendered an opinion
Kr at Trenton yesterday, in which be upholds
Ht every point in the people's case against
K,?-' the Baading Deal, which Tni World has
Bl strenuously urged since the qreat combine
Hl oooa into existence. The agreement en.
K?r tared into by tha Reading, the Central
H- Ballway of New Jersey, the Delawaro.
HB' XiaekawMina and Western and the Fort
RHju Beading Ballway is declared by the
LB. 3( Chancellor to be a sweeping violation of
H?X tha law. By the terms of his decision the
UfcY leas of tha big railways by the Fort
Hfc TUadtng k daclarad void, and all the
k companle concerned are directed to
Htf retake possession and operato their own
Uft roads independently of each other.
HC This viotorr for the people is a great
H one. It is not likely that it ends, the
H$. flcht, for tha coal barons will undoubt-
Bl' adly exercise their right or appeal. Hut
Kv it furnish most advantageous' ground
BB1' for the popular side in a fight to the finish,
Hk: :ud suoh a content will certainly bo
HMf waged. Meanwhile, under the Chancel.
It' lor's decision and the temporary injuuo.
B' tion accompanying It, the parties to the
HfT nefarious Deal must suspend their com.
HLj: blned operations or get dragged into
HM!' court for contempt.
K The people's cause is here well under
HjU way. The plundering coal monopoly
Er nEOAUTIOH ABD fbeparation.
HK Cholera will be kept out of America If
Hr k Boat rigid rules of quarantine and of
Hk sanitary Inspection, as applied to steani-
K shies and their burdens from foreign
Hb, shores, can aocoinplUh that end. There
E?,'' Is no reason to doubt that these means
Hb will suffice to prevent the introduction of
Bt, the pestilence among us. Hence, the
HEs continued aasuranoes of ofQolali and the
B pre to th people, that there is no cause
K. ' for a cholera panlo.
4 Da ' tt p,rt of ''dom not only
K4( to tak precaution against the coming of
Eit, evil days, but to prepare to meet them to
HT tha best advanUge should they, despite
H all car, com to pass. Hence the local
K,, health onleiala have activoly taken in
Hll bund th matter of preparing the city to
H hopefully retist tLe pUgue if it shall,
Bbbw dodging all obstructions, reach our
V shores. A crusade In tha interests of
BaaaaaaaaaaimiffwVtir-ti M il" V .
eleaallne is to b at one put nnder
war, for oleanllne is one of cholera's
molt effectlv foe. Filthy surronndinri
and carelessness In regard to personal
keeping are stanch allies of pestilence.
The people can help the health authorities
to rid the city of these source of peril.
They should need no urging to do so.
All rOE A MARRIED Ms.
A pretty girl of Great Fall. I his State,
has killed herself for lova of a mar.
ried man. She could not lire without
him, she snid. Of course she did not
know him thoroughly. She saw him only
in love's perspective, which magnifies
virtues and diminishes faults. To her
vision ho was perfect; to her flattering
little foul ho was the sum of alllhojojs
the world could hold. Hut another had
pixtession ol him, and tho pretty creature
who dreamt of him night and day and
fcighed and pined for hlui, saw no other
way of taking the sob out of her throat
and tho strangling out of her heart excopt
What a desperately delusive tbing love
is. Perhaps if thi young girl bad been
open to conviction and gone to the man's
nitoondgot his pedigree, as only a wife
enn givo it! and particularly the wife of
such n husband as is here concerned, she
might hnvo wrapped her affections In red
flnuuol and laid them aside until aome
other man came gliding along and claimed
them. Wive will tell you that the great
Iron hi 0 about somo husbands Is not living
without them, but living with them.
Many a marriage- smashes an ideal to
One little refusal to out the kindling wood
or to get up in the dead of night and'do a
walk-around with the baby, may peel the
poetry right off matrimonial bliss, and
, thero are no suicide for love's sake at
either end of the family after that If
the Great Falls girl had wattod for her
married man until sho had a chance to
marry him herself, she' might have seen
that all the promiscuous affecttoned hus
bands between her and th Hooghty
River are. not worth the aacriOce of a
sweet girl's smile, to say nothing of the
r.acrlliceof her life.
PE0TE8T8 AQAIHBT THE TROLLEY.
Protests are being actively circulated
find signed in tha Annexed District against
! the giving up of twenty-seven miles o(
public highway to the misuhovous, mi-
j Rightly trolley system. They will soon
be filed iu the Mayor'a office. They will
present a strong raso on the part of the
people whose well-being is threatened by
the fact that the trolley monster's grip it
tightening on the district.
iuivuiuk uu Ilia iilB.llk-l.
lint Mayor Guant bhoutd not need this
added force to show him the propriety of
disapproving7 the resolution adopted by
tho Aldermen conferring moat extra
ordinary privileges on the " Hucklo- I
berry " road. His own position In regard
tootorhead wiros in the city demands,!
for consistency's sake, that he put his veto
in the way of tho trolley. If, then, the
resolution shall ho passed over the veto,
ob is likely to bo tho coco, there are tho
courts, t,- which tho struggle- to save tha j
menaced district should be promptly
Oeiitib Gamco, daring female aaronaut,
has dared onco tqo many times. Blio
persisted in making an ascension at De
troit in the faco of advice that th wind
and neather were such as to make the
trip unsafe. Attaining a height of 300
feet sho was tiirown to the ground and
killed. Another sacrifice to recklessness
which no Btate Jaw should allow.
Gen. DrncNroRTB takes an auspicious
timo, to try rnlnmaking In South Dakota.
Half an inch ot water fell yesterday,
pending tho General's arrival, and tho
drops loft tho clouds bohlnd them ready
Jor use iu tho experiments.
President UAnniaon, it Is said, wants to
make some campaign speeob.es, but the
National Committee will not let him.
They may be afraid that he will talk
through grandfather's hat.
A cyclone on a sea voyage Is expected
to reach tha Irish coast to-night Irish
patriots should arrange to put their fac.
tional unploasantness on board the wan.
dorer and let it all blow over together.
There is no use in trying to keep ex.
Senator Bum out of the list of llepubllo in
martyrs. Ho Is willing again to do or die
to redeem his Congressional District
There stems to be enough clumsiness
about the police handling of the Borden
murder case to scar off anyL eluo that
might have tbreatenedto'lhowiiUelf.
If Gen. Aloes Is not here on a politl.
cal mission he is losing his time prophe
sying a Republican victory in Michigan
The beat way to escape cholera, if It
comes, Is to keep on living regularly and
to waste no nerve force in worrying
Putting up the price of coal on a hot
day hi one of the exasperating things that
only a Heading combine could bi guilty
I The only safe balloon Is the one that
1 still reposes iu the dry-goods merchant's
stock and hasn't come out of the bolt jet.
There isn't much betting yet on tho
Kullh an. Corbet t tight. In this as in other
canes, the man bets best who bets last
Chancellor McQill declares the Bead.
inc deal illegal. This opens the way to
giving the people their deal.
Those dervishes have now begun to
howl in earnest They are howling to be
sent back to Constantinople.
The troops are coming horn from
Buffalo. Tbey ahonld be given a warm
reception by tbetr friends.
An acrobatio shark has been aeenln
Cardenas Day. It was the sea-serpent's
day off, we suppose.
Th Sick Babies' Fund is to-day
THE CLEANER. ,
In my uptown club list night the conversa
tion turned on the hardships of tne troops at
Buffalo. Talk ol Bo'.nx hungry ," sail one
man, at Iluntsvllle, Ala., when penned up
by Hood, wo wore f ircoa to steal corn from
our hordes and pa en It" ' Were you there t"
said a whlumustA:bcd man la the alcove.
The rcspjnso wis satisfactory, and the
gentleman bee mo communicative We
took a hundred ntltcrs off our horses ono
evening'," ho sail, "and placed them about
our necltswcarh man leading the nrxt, and
marched Br Clcn. Sherman s tent. ' What ts
I tblsT' said tho Oeneral. 'A new Mm) of
! punlrbmentt' ' No,' said the corporal at the
heaa of tho squad, 'we hao ha) our corn,
and lam leading the men tit water. "
Col. John A. Baker parsed through the city
tho other day on his war South. When I llrst
met the Colonel ho wns a bachelor lawyer at
I) aide, Tex., and his clientele Included sotno
of the most notorious cattle thleies and men
slavers In tli.it part of tho Male. Tho Colo
bel'a successful detenso of several ot tbetn
earned him more than a local reputation as a
lezsl practitioner, md In tbu sevciitlea bo was
chosen as ono of the Texas delegates 10 tho
Paris Kxpostllon. Whllo abroad ho won tho
heart ot an Austrian countess! who bestowed
her hand and a largo, fortune apon hlnv
Although now In affluent ctrcumst ancea ho Is,
I am told, still nnctUtng his proresaton In
Uvalde. Hols an '.nplUbman by blrttk out
an American by choice. " j
A pair ot confidence men met their match
recently In W. A. ClirL, tha millionaire lion,
tana miner. Tho Now York oftlco of II r.
Clark's copper company Is In Wall otreot. It
I may bo said In passing that Mr. Clark looks
' more like a Methodist minister than ainin
I who has yanked n fortuno out ot the ground.
' On his way downtown on this occasion ho ;
stopped at Nassau and Bcckuian Directs to
look Into a show window. Bunco No. 1 ap
proached, greeted him as an old Irlend and
was scemtngly astounded when told of his
mistake. lie requested to bef favored with
ilr. Clark's name ho that he could mention It
In writing to his old friend ot the Incident.
I'm Mr. Jones, of lluttc," said Mr. Clark,
chuckling to himself.
At tbe corner of Fulton street Bunco No. s
accosted Mr. Clark as "Mr. Jones." shook htm
warmly by rho hand and Inquired how things
were gottlngon In "dear old lluttc." Mr.
Clark led tne fellow to suppose that he had
hooked his fish, and before Wall street was
reached William Bunco bad unfjlded tbn
usual "good thing." When In front of his
onlco Mr. Clark asked the fellow to nxcuso
him for a minute. "You won't be long, will
you?" queried Bunco. "Not very," replied
Mr. Clark; "I'm only going to ring up tho
Chief ot Police and tell htm you're hore. This
Is my office."
I " The scamp glared at me In a surprised,
bait-Injured1 way for n second and' tben ske
daddled in a hurry," said Mr. Clark.ln telling
me of tbe encounter.
Th French Ordr of tha legion of Honor noir
lis, &,Ql)0niib,, of whom 12, ACS T liriuo.
In civil Ufa.
The richait club In tho world. It U itl'l, N th
Carlton Club, of London, lthai 1,000 mmbri.
Tho ttorj la told In Utah that on ot Unola Pam'a
poorlr naldprlrauaoldlara haa mail (39,000 lij
Judlofoua Inveatmanta of hi meagr aaliry.
Burna batan to writ aoui) whn alilaan 7ar
old, and Ban Jontoo produood hla moat famoua
plajr at twantr-four. ' '
1h hot waathar laaald to hara caused an pl
damlecf toothaehaat Amiiala, Ma.
tlald of Athena Up to Date.
Maid of Athani, r w part
(If ni back no, nut my hoirt,
lljt that ahlnlna' ilhinionit rlnr,
llraralat, eardlup, OTrrjrthlng
'1 hat 1 bnujrht ai.il irara to you
When oar Htimmrr iv now,
Clio thm back ana 1 will lilt,
Mn,l aoothar whom they'll tit:
Wntta from lor era ha'f a aror
You can sat a plenty mure.
Not to Ilor Tast.
" I li&va family tree," he plead,
" fuald main my eult."
' I'erhapa you hete,"thn maiden laid.
"But 1 don't like Ita hull." iMr.
Old llayioed la a elmpl wlshl,
llull far, Indea ', Hum I 11- Bag.
1 itilnk tbat man tin, very rutit
Who ealil hla waa ' a green old age."
ITS DAY OF USEFULNESS NOT O'ER.
Augustus got caught In a shower with his
new straw hat
'""" a ar-1
But bis klster Clara had come In before
"A fair tic-hang u no robbery.'
sxkf aiitjTt a'M'wHiilil' I1 y-titf-A mi&l,
IT IS $13,247.26 NOW.
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Tho Biok Babies' Fund Netting
tho $15,000 Mark. '
A Successful Benefit at a CatsMII
fie Iters and Money from Little
Friend of th Fund.
All teller rrntntntnar mne r'rr lri
Hlek Ifnhv Fund old be ndtlresard l
lbe taahlsr oT If new rk YVarld,
Donation or rlnthtns. icr.. Moalrl ke
lo .lire. Hubert, a 17 Heil rl
Tree tona'y artnowf'1c1 f 13. ISO, H
lltjonne, N. J. lair !0ll
(Jrot atrnl, Brooklyn, Faty lli.lu
MayWelehand uthera 11.01
I'aiilUm Hotel, far lltckaway )u '.'",
IN neiy aitenthHtrect I'alr 10. (Id
lleniam Kothatrln and othera tl.lt
Hull Tucker, Willla.rua.cru B 10
WllleHcliloai, JlSitton place .I.liu
Merrltt HoiiHchltdrn, WooJbourn.. 3, CO
1,1 nuaand Minnie j 10
M ra Harmon . 1,00
Ml. S 1 10
II igliahman ,10
Mabel and (Irac ,&u
j Jacob Katz and Mrs. Fanny M. Mores have
given their rjurtu annual entertainment lor
Tna KvtNlNU U'oki.ii'b Hck Babies' tund.
Theydescrvo much cndlt for innklmrcach
ytar a greater huccos than the preceding
one Thw entertainment was given In cani
boll's Hall, '1'nnnersvllle, N. Y last Thursday
evening. Tho hall resembled n flower gar
don. All decorations woro done by the Com
mlltce. Tho Committeo worked under great
disadvantage In selling tickets for tbo enter
inlnmeeit, a.i tho thermometer hotered all
tbo time In tne nineties, but they did well, as
tbo muncy result nitons. The Committee con
hlsteJ ot Mr. Katz, Mrs. Mosci, Misses t-adle
and Julia Jacobs and Beatrice Jackson.
'1 ho nflalr was a grand suci ess In every re
npect. counsellor Aaron Haun dellvcted nu
nhlH and el, quint audrets lor thu opening.
Hu allowed the good work tbat Tits ...nimi
Wiiki.d hiisuoiialti the past, alluding, kmong
other thltiKK, tf tliu complaint column for
poor pcopic, and concluding with a sirong
appeal for tho ijood cause, bhowlng that
I tho blck Babies' I'tiudH object was to take
I cam of poor hick Iniants, pi nvldlng meairlnex,
iluciiirs, nbeltcr, c, and sending them to the
country for tieshalr, so that tin ir health may
bo ri'.noreil. '1 ho speaker prnvalltd upon tlto
audlniico und tho Lummltiee to keep up the
good wink; it should not dio out, but lorcver
After tlui opening speech wnsvconcluded
tile folluwlng nrtlUH api uured, .MivKahu In.
Iioduilng eaeli: ttelectluus noui l'aitit, Mr.
I'atiny l.uv : hpunlihd mies, the Utllu Uun
ilei ; ti) icquest, J". Blair, who kindly camu
Imiii Albauy tu appear In inipirjonntlotm ot
well-knimn actniri; Valso Uo Comert, Mo.
KiiWbkl. Miss beck ll'kl 1; bnrlug song, Mbs.l.
l-to; Bunjo holo. leun l'r.ink: Kerltatlon,
" Maniac," Anron Knbn; l'eibeursde I'eiles,
Mella 1 Iiimiii: l.'iude do Concert, (iottselmlk,
lleurittte M'ckrndun; leu bclecllons Horn tliu
. I'lionnirruph of Popular Music. Hanctng
I ilowd tliu perforin lure.
itwasiiiuof thorniest entertainments In
all resiceis, financially and socially, that
miis over held In lnnnirsWIle.Ureenii count,
' Among thoto present wero Wurrogale Itasttts
,K Ilunsoni and family, I, Krledlandei, Mi.
aid Mis Kdtt.trd llynn and daughters, Ben.
lietl Kitliu, Daniel Itotbstcln and wife, Mr.
and trs. Frank Uohlinan, Mr. rcuoolhafer,
lames I'lncus, Mr. und Mrs. Max 'irauner,
Mrs. bainuel Goldstein, Moss Moses and
others. 'J bo entertainment netted 3U5.B0.
Biz of Them.
Vrt th rttttort
Inclosed please find I1T.&0, tbe receipts ot
a fair held at 038 hlgnth avenue, Brooklyn,
by blx girls, in aid ol tho sick babies.
I TllKltrs BlIITH,
ML Vernon Gtrls.
To th nlilor
Inclosed pleasrTflnd SIS for the Sick Babies'
Fund, tho procoeds of a fair held by six little
Jit. Vernon girls. Wo hope It will help some
little sufferer. '
I.171E Carroll, Mamir Dcnlhavsv,
riSAHI. BXCE, llATTIR CAIIROLL,
Miuik Moms, Mat Hkndkiiis, ,
Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
In Memory of Thno. W. O.
To ti Editor: .
l'lcao credit the Inclosed, ts to your Sick
Babies' Fund In memory ot Theo. W. O.
l'leaso And Inclosed 14.50, proceeds ot a
fair held at tho residence ot Lena Sbultz for
tho benont of tho blck Babies' Fund, In hopes
that It will do borne of them good,
Btapleton, &. U
A Brooklyn Fair.
o Ike rifiVur
Inclosed please And S8.U0 the proceeds ot a
fair held at tho residence ot Nellie Hawkins
and Ireno Moran and for tho benefit of the
sick babies of Brooklyn, ft 0 are eleven years
old, and were kindly assisted by Lizzie Den
nln, song and recitation; (Iraclo Asb, song;
Carrie bjrnuu, recitation; Blnni.be Weir, song:
KtiMcnle Hawkins recitation: Kate l.rowu,
noui; Magiilo Hughes, bong; Kate Jackrutt,
song. Mamlo Hawkins had tbo ihance table.
Mm. Hawkins tbo cake and fruit table: ltosle
Brady, soda water und lemonade; Mrs. M01.
rlsou mis a fortune-tilling gp- ; Mrs. llll
bert, tlckot-taker, and Aril liamllton, usher.
Nohlncirely hopo tbat this, thu proceeds or
oui efforts, will bring comiort tu home blck
Nit its Hawkins,
174 TUlary street, Brooklyn.
Fair nt Bayonno, N. ,T,
A fair was held at lujn ast Fltty.nrst
street, Baronnc, N. J., from Aug. 17 to si,
and agalu lait Monday evculng, at which
t'J0.14 was realized. Tbo promoters of tbs
inlrwcro Mabel Meers, aged thirteen yearc,
and uIItu Collins, tlilrletu years, who weio
ahvu ed by 11 ctmiutiteo which comprised
Oiin ltowland. Ihlrteeu; Agnes How land,
eleven ; Ethel Micrs, ten; Leonora King,
nine; Han Knelreu, tweUe, and Uudiuu
Amory, twelve years.
May, Ialdor and Bannab.
r re ija-r
Inclosed you will Sod 3, which my little
brother, lltilo slater and myself collected for
the poor, sick barlcs. We wish It was more,
but we hope jbat this small ami unt will do
them some good. Wo will not say good-bro,
a. j ou will soon hear again lrom little May,
little ludor and Hannah Kletnsmlth, no
Last Eight) -sixth street.
Josl Give tl.
I lease acotpt .1 for the Blck Babl-s' Fond,
hoping It will be a little help to some one.
Josia 11., Brooklyn,
Inclosed please tlnS 78 cents, whlcn t col
lected among my companions for tbe Pick
Baby Fund. Lin ls Hay, of Harlem.
Lulu Lovea the) Tots.
fir, IHeyjlfor .
inclofed please find 70 cents, which I col.
lected tor th sick babies, hoplog-lt will do
aome good. ur your work b crowned with
ureess. 1 love the tot s.
Lclu DroiN, ten years old, Mott naren.
For Dv? Amy's Bak.
r n e ' 1
Inclosed please And IS cent for tbe sick
babies, w hlch I send for our dear Amy's sake,
whu died last Sumtnir. A Mothir.
Four Otrle, C3.
r ( Mtleri
Inclosed please find as, from an entertain
ment held by four glrls-Ulllan Herman,
Linda Bernstein, nettle Btrauss and Louise
Dorman. Wo i-eOd our best wishes, hoping It
will do botno good to a poor sick baby.
f fe T Allot 1
Inclosed please find sn.uo, tbe proceeds of
an entertainment glten tor tlto benefit of thu
Kick Babies' Fund by tho following children :
MariUa MonAwitTZ, Minnie DiNsiNain,
MlNNIS I.KVKIN, HTHI.A 1.XVXIN,
HlLril I.KVSIN, Kosv Uansinuie,
A collection for the blck Babies' Fund made
by Lizzie Wahself, Julia Levy and ltosle
1'osbcr realized t.17.
Inclose 13 as a contribution from Coryl for
the blck Baby Fund, In which wo feel much
Interest. Mrs. c. W. Cohan,
Farinlngdale, N. J.
Two South Drooklyn Eoys.
To fee ftWnr'
' l'lcato tlnd Inclosed '.' for tho Elck Babies'
rund fnm Bobblu and Arthur, two little
Tenth htrtet buys, south BruoKlyn.
TWO SETS j)F MANNERS
Xhnt Put on for Company Should
Bo TJuod All thw Time.
If we only bed on our company man.
ners all tho time how dellghtlul wo would
bo, for, deny it though we may, we ccr
tn uly have ono bet ot unys for ovcry-day
Uhu und another when struugers nru pres
ent, ih Irown lades into a smile whtn
our next door neigubor suddenly euteis
during a healed argumuu,t,
j ho features that wero set In obstinate
and uubcuding resolution relax bofcr
tho cyvs of the casual caller, and the
voice, snappish and sharp, becomes tune
till and lovely when ou elders appear
upon tho domestic horizuu.
libw well a child understands this
universal hypocrisy nutl beseeches for
fmors in tho prcbouce ot others, knowing
lull well no rrproor or cjrt relu.sal will
take plaiu at smn it tune, wuilo the nuqo
knowing aiunll one would nut ilaro to
nsK tor cuke or a penny if mamma aid not
huo Loiupitny 111 tho parlor.
Do wu not, wo-cu uurou of a largo r
growth, its. a thu l'ui.mlolphia '1 tints,
Ituow of pioasuut wurus und endearing
terms used omy botweo 1 nttsbautl ana
wite when they wish to impiuus uulsnlern
with tho felicity uf tbo ro.nttot.ti which
nssumu b Very dlffeieut phubo rs boon on
the door ciubes mill there m no ono around
to hcu thu livened gaze unit mdltterent
uir whiili mark tuoir natural behavior?
hv can t we wer our company man
tiers witn uur very-diy gowns instead of
hanging thorn away out of sight, omy to
ho Drought lorth on occasions or cere,
moiiy, along with our best bib and
ouldn't life be richer and sweeter if
tnoie of tho little couiteBies wore shown
whou there nro 110 e.vus to behold them
I witn thoso that aro Miru to bnghtuu at the
' ttuusttul (luiuoustrulioii Is there any
1 ono in tho world ua sweet and true and
dovoteil us tho home f oiks, yut are there
nuy in the whole wide worid treated with
tho scant courtesy tbeso dear ones re-
Bring the company manners into the
intimacies of home life, and see how
much brighter autt sweeter will seem the
wi.rld at largo tor tho knowledge that you
are giving your best to those who deserve
MEN'S THOUGHTS ON WAISTS.
Lincoln and Thackeray Dstssted
Those, of a Waspish Sort.
The opinions of great men on marriage
and matrimonial topics are always inter,
estiug, if not invariably instructive, says
Thackeray, who detosted " wasp-waist-eil
women," ouce told a young relative,
who was vory much in love, to take his
betrothed to a physician before purchas
ing tbe engagement ring.
' ' hat for 1 bis companion Inqul red
in considerable astonishment.
" To see whether tbat wasp waist Is an
inheritance or a consequence," he ra
pliod. " Consequence," exclaimed the young
man. ' What do you mean f "
' Corsets," suid'lhaokeray, laosnically.
" .Mini has tbo most beautiful hg-
tire in England," said the infatuated
" Sho is deformed," Thackerar re
sponded. "It it is a natural delormity
she. may be a moderately healthy woman,
leu humpbacks aro not always uclicate,
you know. Mind, 1 say model ately
healthy. Hut if that girl's figure is tha
result of corsete yon m.ght better go and
bring yourself rather than risk tho evils
that will inevitably lollow. "
Abraham Lincoln onco remarked that
very man about to marry should stand
over a doctor with a club and ruuke umi
tell the truth lu reiarence to tbe ihoseu
partner for life, if thre was no o.hei
way of getting it out of him. Also, that
tho parents who would allow n girl tu
marry a man without knowing, as nearlv
as could bo known. Ins physical as well
as his moral condition, deserved to be
' Ilia whole marrying business la
wrong." snid Mr. Liucoln. 'i'ashionn.
bio girls have too o!ten foolish mothers,
who care for nothing but to sell then
flesh and blood to the highest bidder."
A flood Description.
(Von Ttxai AfItner!)
A Texas Justice of tbe peace was Investi
gating a murder case. Tbu principal witness
" What sort of a looking man was It who
pulled the gun flmf " asked tho Judge.
" Ho was u ilttle. bow-legged, ugo, sandy,
haired lUss.Jtss about uuuiidcr bleu, orneiy
lookln' man an j ou be, boss."
A Little Green Ono Himself.
m Ttmt StjHngt,
Lady-Theso berries look very large and
Little Boy (selling berries tor the first time)
lis, mum, tbo little gren mes arc all un.
demealh. 'that's the way thu boss lixcs 'eiu
up eury morning.
Got a Wrens Focus on Him.
I Ton id. C'etAlte J rt tilth.,.
Uncle A&ner (on a visit to New York)
Gnto whiz, nephew, I shouldn't think they'd
allow them there tramps to rldo on a horse
car. Uls Nephew Tbat man Isn't a tramp,
uncle, lis U tbe conductor.
A Quick Return,
Bummer Ctrl Why are they sending
tbat passonger back to tbe steamer! 1
thought It w as abandoned.
bummer Man Yes. but when be heard tho
prices they asked at Ae r-easlde Hotel Jor a
room, ho said he'd take his cnauccs on tho
Tfie Figaro Top.
This Is a charming stylo for a woollen
gown; and If tho little Figaro top Is made
separate, this may be worn with other gowns,
Tbe btdlec lsmado as a blousoto I he waist
nrraugid on a fitted lining, mil finished Willi
the corselet previously described. Tno round
skirt ls cut In two parts only as shown by
our diagram and tho pocket Is placed In
tbo scam nt tbe right bldo, and the placquet
opening ls on thu left, at tbo corresponding
Tho ltttlo Figaro top is cut la Hire? parts
only, tho tack entire, and wheio this ls of
velvet It must b lined with thin silk. Tho
lower edge of tbo Figaro Jacket should meas-
"SBTSs7HBHaTTare t flEtggB
ure about one inch or one Inch and a quarter
more tban tbe bust nlzo taken oer the gown
as a certain fulness ls essential to tbo style.
Tho method of cutting the little Jacket Is
shown by tho diagram, and the white line
denotes tbo trimming.
Onions as Medicine.
Tbe sweet Italian, or the Bermuda onions,
are the ones to be eaten an naturel, tbe flavor
being much more aellcate than tbe common
varieties. But onions are really sweetenerj
ottbe breath after tbe local effects have
passed away, as they correct stomach disor
ders and carry on the accumulated poisons of
the system. Tbey provide a blood purifier
that all may freely usu, and do perfect work
In constipation trout)Je3. as a vermifuge the
onion cannot bo surpassed, and, eaten raw,wlll
often check n violent cold In tbo head. One
small onion eaten every night before retiring
ls a well known doctor's prescription for
i numerous affections of the bead, and ts
highly recommended lor sleeplessness; It act
on tbo nerves in a soothing way, without the
Injurious effects of the drugs so often ap
pile 1. Tbe beart ot an onion, beated and
placed In the car, will often relieve the agony
of earache, while the syrup procured from
sprinkling a sliced onion with sugar and
baking in the oven, will work wonders In a
Pretiy Parisian Custom.
On the stairway landings ot almost every
Parisian chateau there aio small tables dc
slgncd to hold candles. When tbo guests aro
sajlng good-night tbls tablo prcsonts a
pretty picture. Tbe candles nro of varied
colors, tho candlesticks of odd designs and
sjbo lights aro pleasantly softened by colored
shades- A green candle In a silver candle,
stick, with a perfectly formed pond Uly for
tho shade, ls but one ot many novelties.
It Is next to Impossible to give a dog or a
cat any liquid medicine or powder, and the
I only pi opcr way Is to mix the medicine with
butter, lard or somo greasy substance, and
smear tho mixture from tlmo to time upon
their noses. They at onco begin licking off
I this unnatural substance wltb their tongues
and in a few moments an effectual dose of the
most nauseous compound can be adminis
tered. Anna Katharine Green.
The first ambition of Anna Katharine
tirecn, who wrote " Tho Leavenworth case,"
was to win a name for herself in the field of
poesy. After a not unusual but none tho
, less discouraging experlenco with publishers
ot various degrees of acumen her mother, a
, woman with n clear business bead, suggested
tbat she should write a story. With gravo
misgivings as to her ability to do so she
1 finally decided to make the attempt, not so
. much with the idea of making money, as her
, mother had suggested, but In order to pavo
the way for tho publication of her beloved
Much ot The Leavenworth case " was
written In tbe upper room of an old shoe
maker's bouse. '-Band and Itlng" was also
written In East Iladdam, and tbe author Is
now contemplating A Story of an
Abandoned bhlp Chandlery," the scene of
which will be laid In this same place.
Rings on Their Necks.
The Byanzl, who live along tbe Upoer Con.
go, have a strange; custom which makes lite
a burden to tbe married woman. Brass rods
are welded Into great rln.s around tbe necks
of tho wives. Many of these rings worn by
I tbe women whose husbands are well to do
weigh ss much as thirty pounds, and this
burden must be carried by tbe poor creatures
as long ns tbey live.
A ring is never put around a woman's neck
; until she ls belief ed to havo attained to her
I lull physical development. Once on, It Is no
1 easy matter to got It off. The natives have
' no flic.-!, and, although they can hammer a
lot of brass rods Into one, It Is very difficult
for them to cut tbe thick mass of metal.
Women who Increase largely In flesh nfttr
the rings hat, e been fastened to tbetr necks
are In danger of strangling to death, and in
stances of this sort have occurred.
1 ho women, however, regard tbo cumbrous
ornament with pilde. They Imagine that it
enhances their Importance and beauty, and
wear their burdens with light hearts. Brass
Is tho money of the country, and tn putting It
around their wives' necks tbe men are cer
tain that It will not bo stolen or foolishly ex.
Sift ono quart of flour, mix with It a tea
Bpocnful ot salt, a tablesnoonful ot lard and
sweet milk enough to make a dough. Beat
hard lor twenty minutes, cut out, prick with
a fork and bake In a very hot oven.
A Difference in the Morning.
A man who bad seen Lillian Kussell and
Matte Tempest on tho stage at night was In a
drugstore at Forty-third street and Seenth
n eLUc w hen In walked two women hurriedly.
I They wero engaged In conversation that was
sharp and full of tbe slang ot tbe stage. One
of them was tall, and she looked very stout In
her rubber coat nnd heavy walking boots.
Sho was also very angry about something,
nnd tho lines of her face did not look as they
bad a night or two previous on the stage.
Iler companion, who was decidedly smaller
nnd looked dumpy In her wraps, was Marie
Tempest. The enthusiast could scarcely be
llevu bis eyes. Ho stared at the two famous
women for a moment, forgot all about his
ammonia and wandered out, whistling softly
to himself, "Oh What a Difference In the
Lady Faget, the wife of Sir Augustus Paget,
the English Ambassador tc- Vienna, takes a
special Interest In e-. ery kind of continental,
hospital and water euro. From early girl
hood she has practised faith-curing, and has
sometimes effected remarkable healings. An
ardent advocate ot Count Mattel, she first
made htm known to the Kngllsh-speaklng
world by a brilliant article In tbe .Vnfionrii
Jlerleir. which described tbe Italian nobleman
and his strange cu.-atlve secret.
Lady Paget believes that the discovery re
the elixir ot life ls not far off. She ls a dell
cate. refined-looking woman. Her happiest
hours are spent In tho children's hospital In
Vienna, although the physicians In chnrgo
have an extremo dislike to her making any
I attempt at faith healing on tne ltttlo pa
tients to whom sbe ls so kind.
Feel and pound half a dozen ripe bananas,
and a teacup ot leaf sugar, the Julco ot a lem
on and a pint of water. Half freeze and add a
wineglass ot any liquor preferred, before com
plotlng the process. Inexperienced sorbet
makers must remember that tbo presence ot
tho spirits provents perfect freezing and must
not expect too solid results. Th ordinary
sorbet ls not apt to be very thoroughly con
The Mother-Goosinoss of It.
The wife Is tn the country
Eating manufactured honey;
Tne husband's In tbe city
And bust ling for the money;
The farmer's In the kitchen,
On profit largely bent;
Along comes his little bill
And swallows every cenr. Judge,
It is not generally known tbat placing cer
tain herbs In a room will banlsb flies from It.
bwect clover, for Instance, whtch ls not aim
cult to obtain, ns it ls lound thriving luxurl.
antly on almost every country roadside, will
put files to route. The sweet, pungent odor
It exhales ls qttttc unobjectionable, but ls still
abhorred by flies. A cluster of tbo tassel-llke
bloom ot ibis plant placed as a bouquet will
more effectually rid a room of files tban a
multiplication ot lly.trapx Indeed, It ls
doubtful whether any trap containing mo
asses or sugar tula Us tbo end for which It ls
Intended, as It ls likely to draw mere flics
than It kills, and withal ls an) thing but an
attractive object to hao about.
Teaching Girls to Save.
Miss Lily E. Bcnn, who about threo years
ago took up her residence In London, has In
terestcd herself greatly lu the condition ot
the children and young girls of tho East Km,
and has started sewing classed f,r girls te
iwrex tbe oges ot nlno and thirteen, s-bo
provides the material, pays tor each garment
tna'de, and the money thus earned by tbo girls
Miss Benn keeps tor thorn, ghlng them '.'d. In
the shilling intenst as an encouragement for
saving, and allowing tbcm to take out the
money whea required for a useful purpose.
What to Wear.
Very rich dust cloaks for driving th shown
In raspberry red and buedo taCctas.
Snowy crepons over colorcd-sllk slips look
particularly well for light evening robes.
Tho "fete bodice," which Is cut low and
square In tbe neck and Is sleeveless, has be
come the especial property ot well-moulded
j-'gurei, though scrawny necks and arms nnd
", . .
rirteisSiveaMt'"ii''Ji'r,fr ffi'irfiiia''-'" '' v-"''a
I a modification in tho dainty satin net or run
gimps, with full sleet es, which may be adaat
I to the bodice!
silk foulards, shot with green and gold a
sprayed with fojlage-mtngled blooms la oil
rose, show cxqulstto trimmings ot gold aja
One of the most popular Autumn tints m,
pears among elegant brocades, corded sub'
and all-wool chevrons, which shade fro
pinkish vtolet to deep oah.Ha red.
For tbe riding habit cloths In various colon
aro permissible. Bltio and very deep garnet,
with shaggy dots of the same, are among Us
novelties, and are quite a relief from tki
tinltorm black tnd bltio tones whtch for sj
long predominated. ''
BaiCioiv. Ar. IT.
Wheat Otinoloa Bojrar and Ont-a
I Ham UroqnettM Tomato Baal
) l'laln Lettoc
f Fop-Ovan Coffee
) Jellied Veil ChiSn4wleha
C Mayonnalaa of Lttno
i Caotaloap) i
1 Fotato Croqn.ta
t, Cora Lima Baaaa
Lettoe Salad, with Onions
reach 81om ve
1 Coffee 1
Care for Your Sponges.
In the first place they must not only tx
thoroughly washed, but In order to prevent
their becoming foul each part of the sponge
should be exposed to the air. Fastldlost
women see to It tbat this toilet article lseaca
week cleansed by dropping It Into water la
which a large lump ot soda has been dls.
solved, afterwards belling It for sixty mm.
utcs, when It ls rinsed to. 'cold water and given
a sun bath until entirely dry. Always rlnsi
all soapy suds from your sponge and then
throw It Into your bosket, wblch should to
hung just outside the bathroom wlndow.A
spongo cared for In this fashion will never to
slimy, sour or musty. "
Queen Liz Didn't Use Forks.
It Is difficult for us to realize what a com
paratively modern invention tbe table fork Is
or how our ancestors managed to get along
without lr. Queen Elizabeth never heard of
such an implement and it was. many vein
after her death that the first table or Vdl
ner " fork was brought to England.
If you have bones In your neck and a clear,
full light ls turned on you they will not show,
but it you turn yourself In shadow In hopes
of biding them, the ugly things will become
the most prominent leatures of tbe picture.
That ls ono secret for girls who would love U
be taken tn ovenlng dress, but don't dare.
The simpler the frock worn the better.
Plain straight folds can be handled mors
attractively, and, by tbo way, the Idea ol
dark gowns tor photographs ls obsolete, con
trasting backgrounds are not of ton necessary.
, One ot the most succcssiul pictures seen at
recent photographic artists' meeting was
that ot a tall girl In a soft, clinging white
gown against a dead white ground. Thi
effect was Ideal and created a sensation.
Enlarging the Bust.
No better method for enlarging tbe butt
can be found than a systematic souse ot cold
water treatment. Morning and night bathe
nnd rub dry with Turkish lote or towel,
alter which massago wlthcocoanut or oil cl
vaseline. Bub spherically.
Take one quart ot sweet milk, half-pint ot
Indian meal, two or three eggs, half.te
Bpoonrulot silt and four tablcspoonfulsot
sugar. Boll ono pint of the milk, stir In tne
meal wbilo boiling, cook five minutes and add
the remainder ot the milk. Beat the sugar
und eggs together and, when cold, sttr tne
wholo thoroughly and bako ono hour In
deep dish. To bo eaten either hot or cold.
The Dancing Egg.
Place a haid-bollcd egg upon the under aid
ot a smooth, but dull not polished tray.
Move the tray around and around horizont
ally, gradually Increasing In speed. The erg
resting In tbo nilddlo of tho tray. Is carried
around by the movement, and gradually be
gins to revolvo on Us own axis, faster Bui
faster, till at last It ls seen to rise on end and
spin away exactly as a top would do.
! In all experiments involving egg balancing
you will find It a material aid to success to
keep tbe ogg upright In tho saucepan while i:
is boiling. Tbe air chamler will thus lo kept
central with thu longer axis ot the egg, widen
will in consequence bo more easily balancsd
To sot the egg spinning as described de
mauds practice, not to mention sof"
strength tnd, still more, address. For tM
benefit of tho.o that ato nptbltlous to succew
at the first, attempt wo ludlcate a s'.mpW
plau ot procedure. 1'laco tbo trnyoatM
tstlv, letting it projeit so ar otertbo cdgeH
to be read'.ly an1 ruplilly grasped cy !'
hand, riacothoeggln tho middle, jnd trrtuj
the t numb of tho left nnd the first nngerot
the fight hand placed at opposite ends"1,
vigorously spinning. It will Immediately rw
on end, still bplnnlng.
Quickly iselzo tho troy and you will l"'"
have nothing 10 do but to kcop tho egg '"
rotating, which Is a very easy matter. TM
ls done by moving tbo tray In borlzcntalrJV
,cles, but In tbo revcino direction to Via
I whtch tho egg rerultea.
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