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2 THE STAKK. COUNTY DEMOCHAT-DEC. 10, 1VJ 1 . 3 jl
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wurst cases 01 asm uiscasc, irum.
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to that nwful dlscaso scrofula,
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matter what all
tho nurest nnd hcetJrf0U UB0
medlclno over mauo.
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breath foul hndnroiiat on your uacu,
offcnslvo? l'oiirdr but get eomo nt once, It
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Are some ot
41-lnchverystyllili Wool I'lald Suiting,
north 00c, at 45o a janl.
42-Inch stylish Camel's H.lrSultliift. Willi
tutted tfol at7ocayard, woitni I.L'O.
43-Inch ail-wnol I'lalU mltlnm, (uiale In
dermacy. medium s'nl ilark coloring,
retiular7ooqullty, at M)enari1.
43-Inch all-wool Camel's Hair SuEltlRS iu
stylish Stripes aud 1'lalils, 81.00 quality,
CO Inch ail-wool Cheviot Suitings, with
tuft sirlni s or f.mcv fUke mixtures, reti
uUrtl.SStialltr, at 76c a ) &rd.
Extra "Valuos Offering; in Extra Wido
21-luch lllack Or 01 drain, 00c.
til-lncU lllack Satin Hhadames, BBC.
V!1-IdcIi lllack Faille Francalse, f 1.00.
24-Inch lllack All-Milk Surah, Hoc.
Twenty-live new and choice street shades
Iu n special nuuiher. Colorad Faille
FrauoaiBe, at 7Co a yard; worth much
New ucngsllne Crystals, a popular nee,
lias the lustre of silk, but contains
enough wool to bang gracefully. An ex
tra quality at I1.2S a yard.
Winter Flannels :
750 nualltr French Striped Flannels for
wrappers, at U7Wc a yard
bso iiuailty Frlntei
French Wrapper Flan-
nels. at Wo a
r. rairt n. vm
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All-wool urcss nannois, i
tr7Hc a ysrd,
aoo quality All-wool Heavy Twill, plain.
white or scarlet Klanncls. at Via a yard.
IOC quality "Camel's Hair" Buttings, tine
cotton, same colorings as In wool, at
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LONDON TRUANT SCHOOLS. f"fir W kT - SCIENTIFIC RECREATIONS.
iTfcN I How thn. Street Arnhn Are Treated At C .fXsxXJ Kv-rw u
Hon ttin. Street Arnhn Are Treuteil
Whon a London Arab, otbcrwl&o n bad
boy, declines to go to school bo Is caught
nnd sent to Join a regiment of truants nt
ono of tbo various trunnt schools that
havo been established for the, purpose.
ITero ho remains for as long li period as
tho manager deems desirable. If tho boy
behaves himself ho is soon released on n
TltUAST JUST CAItL'Itei) AI-TI.ll THE HATH,
license. If he Btlll declines to go to school
ha turns up at tho truant school again p,i
suro as eggs aro eggs. Tho sKetciics wiilch
nppeor here ere mndo lit one of these truant
schools, nnd help to oxblaln the history of
many of these little fellows Whon they
are cnpturfil they nro dirty nnd ragged.
Out soon nil this Is chnuged. Thulr hair
Is out, thoy nro put into n bath nnd n nlco
'clean suit of clothes given them, consisting
of a pair of corduroy trousers, a shirt, n
bluo fcerge blcusc, u pair of socks nnd
Bomo stout boots. What u dlfTcronco tho
bath and clothes niakel Tho brtito W
comes a human being. And tho brute
Booms to feel this ns lie gives hltnsolf u
sort of shako and walks oil to Join his fel
From 0 o'clock In tho morning until 8
nt night the boys nro actively employed,
with short Intervals of rest. "You must
keep them at It," says tho governor. "It
Is part of tho puultivo discipline." Up,
wash, dress, mnko beds, fold clothe1),
prayer, exercise, breakfast, school, drill;
dinner, school, drill miiUo on. Tho house
work of this' largo establishment Is done
by tho boys. They help tho cook with tho
dinner, and when dinner is cooked they
cloan the kitchen. Thoy glvn n hand to thn
laundress, starch, iron, and turn tho man
gle. There is wood chopping to bo done,
and many small housedid duties to per
form, each ot which tenches tho boy tho
elements ot law and order, which nro c'
treat aid to him later on In llfo.
A lieu Story.
One day Inst summer when I was picnick
ing near nn old farmhouso tho lndy who
lived thero told mo this story about ono of
her leghorn hens: Tho hen had been very
troublesome. Sho would insist upon hatch
ing eggs and, ns her owners did not want
nny chlckons, I supposo hho got reckless
nnd thought, "Well, If I can't hatch eggs,
I'll hatch something else. I don't enro
what it is, so long as it is a bit Ilka eggs.
Hut I'll not glvo in to tJiem nnd give up al
together sitting on something." So she
roamed about on tbo lawn, and nil at once
sho camu upon what looked to her very
much llko two green eggs. Thcso were nn
plcs that had fallenill' tho tree over bur
liend; but hens' tnrntnl capacities nro lim
ited, ns you know, and sho never thought
of that, but cackled nway ns if to say,
"Good gracious, how very fortunate I am!
It will bo nlco to seo what comes out of
green eggs that haven llttlo black dot at
ono end and a tiny tall at tho other." Shi
thought the stalk was a tail, and admired
it very much. And thcro sho sat, day after
duy, as sweetly content ns hens can bo, nu I
it tho apples had not got bad nnd been
taken away I dure say sho would be sitting
on them Btlll, poor thlngl
Tho I.iingim(;c of Flowers.
The language of flowers is n study at
onco Interesting and innocent, cultivating,
as it does, a taste for tho works of nature,
filling tho soul with tho sweetest omotlons,
and presenting to view ono of tho most en
chanting phases of n beautiful world full
of wonders. Following are n few of tho
best known flowers and tho sentiments
which thoy represent:
Sweet alyssum, worth licyond beauty;
applo blossom, preference; bachelor's but;
ton, single- and selfish; balm, sympathy;
barberry, sourness; candytuft, indiffer
ence; carnation pink, women's love; Chi
nese chrysanthemum, cheerfuluess undpr
misfortune; clematis, mental beauty; col
umblno, folly; red clover, industry; dahlia,
dignity; whito daisy, innocouco; faded
leaves, melancholy; forgetracuot, romem
branco; Jonquil, affection retnrncd; lily of
tho vnlloy, return of happiness; myrtle,
lovo in nbV ce; pansy, you occupy mv
thonghts; moss rose, superior merit; rod
roso, beauty; white rose, I am worthy of
love; sunflower, haughtiness; yellow rose,
A Farmer Went Trotting.
A farmer wer trotUng upon Ids gray mare,
Bumpoty, tmmpcty, bumpl
With his daughter behind him, so rosy and fair,
Lumpety, lumpoty, lump!
WITH ni3 DAUailTEH BEHIND HIM, ItOSY
A raven cried croakl and thoy all tumbled
Hunpoty, bumpoty, hnmpl
The maro broke her knoos and tho farmer his
Lumpoty, lumpety, lump!
Tho mischievous raven flow laughing away, ,
Hampoty, bumpety, bumpl
And vowed he would servo them tho same tho
Lumpety, lumpety, J.umul
Qunranteed Ouro lor La Qrlppo.
Wo ruithorlzo our advertised druggist
toeell you Dr. Kinga Now Discovery
for consumption, courub and colds, up
on this condition. If you aro ullllcted
with la grippo and will use this remedy
according to directions, giving It a fair
trial, ana experience no uenuut, you
may roturn tho bottle and have your
money refunded. Wo make this oiler,
because of the wonderful success of Dr.
Klng'd New Discovery during laBt sea
son's epidemic. Have heard of no case
in which It failed. Try it. Trial bot
tles free atDurbln, Wright & Co's drug
utoro. Large size uo ana 81,
rUnjWfJral Thoso Esttibllaliiiirntii. ,S?-1l!iJjC2 i I "fU
.-. ni,n mi I vvaou-tionuii.jaoLiBiiu cuubuii
PlTTSBURGH.IdatehiB two Cincinnati papers, the
'&t& ann n.n.i.-.nHi.u.,- LuMiiiA i ! tvimm
POINTS IN PEDICURING.
Haw t Trent Hit Ingrowing Null, Corns,
tVnter Ullsters, Proud 1'lpnli, i:tc.
Tho first consideration in the care of the
feet is cleanliness absolute, unfailing nnd
systematic, says Harper's Dazar, which Is
authority for the following method of
securing freedom from corns, proud flesh,
If a thorough "going over" is given
threo times a week, a hasty ablution
nightly wilt bo sulUclent; but a good wash
beforo retiring Is never out of place. Threo
times n week warm water with a little
ammonia and n Uttlo Indian meal should
mnko a foot bath in which the feet should
bo soaked, then rubbed with n quick light
friction, taking the foot between tho hands
and rnbblng quickly back and forth. Now
manipulate every Joint precisely ns a moo
sngeuso would do. Then examine tho con
dition of tho nails. Thesq should lx kept
instns short nsposslblo without ever tut
ting to tho quick, an accident npt to lie
SOrious With the too nail, They should be
pnreu Just to tho tdgo of tho toe, and tho
sides carefully looked after.
An ingrowing nail Is almost always the
result of a tight or badly sljapcd boot or
81100, When there appears the llrst symp
torn of such pnro tho edges carefully, rub
blng with vaseline or home emollient, and J
It It develops Into n serious caso it must iu
poulticed nnd bathed frequently In hot
wntcr. Next Iu our pedicuring opera
tions examine tho toes carefully for soft
corns, which como between them. Con
staut rubbing in tho bath will ward these
oil and generally removo them. In spltu
of long established tradition wo would rec
ommend nev-r applying the knife to a soft
or hard corn, even, unless as a last resort.
It almost Invariably Induces n return of
tho trouble. If you will thoroughly soak
tho foot In hot mustard and water, rubbing
tho corn all the time, you will llud in near
ly every cn.se it can be picked out from tho
heart, an application of strong aromatic
vinegar assisting tho operation; while, If
obstinate, touch with lodlno every other
dny, never neglecting tho nightly bath.
Lint dipped in some .-oft cicnm or vasellno
should bo placed between the ullllcted toes
nnd a light bandage put to hold it lu place
While working for n cure an easy shoo or
boot must li worn. Many sutler with
water blisters. These can bo treated by
opening them carefully with n sharp scls
sors, but do not cut nway tho looso skin
until for a dny or two thcro has been a
light application of simple corato on n soft
rng while a new cuticle Is forming. Nor Is
it wlso to cut too freely the proud or ca!
Ions flesh which comes on tho solo and heel
so often. Uubblug with pumice stone
lifter tho bath will nearly always remove
this und prevent it.
Dr. Arthur Itnnsomo contends In Tho
Medical Press tnat consumption Is both
cnrablo nnd preventable He says:
From my own observation, both In prl
vato prnctlco nnd nt tho Manchester IIos
pltnl for Consumption, I havo arrived at
'tho conclusion that, where all tho neces
sary conditions of treatment can bo fill
filled, consumption Is decidedly a manage
nblo disease, and althpugh thero nro somu
constitutions so fcehlo or so vulnerable by
the organism that tho disease spreads
through tho body after ono infection, yet
in the largo majority of cases n fatal isstu
is brought about, not by ono or two, but
by repeated Invasions of tho bacillus de
rived from tho unhealthy environment In
which tlu-fio persons nro obliged to live
With regard to tho proventabllity of the
disease wo havo also a strong basis for our
THE TOO FAMILIAR FRIEND.
An Interesting Talk 011 Mutters of Ilo
hurlor In Krury Iluy Llfo.
In ft "homp talk" in Housekeeper's
Weekly Marlon Harland touches as fol
lows upon familiarities which people some
times unthinkingly indulge in:
Tho etiquette of the table is supposed to
bo so thoroughly rooted and grounded into
our children from Infancy, and is, ns n
rule, so well understood by nil ladles nnd
gentlemen, that tho visitor, though a fool,
could scarcely err therein. But this Is not
tho case. At my own board, a man ot the
world, accustomed to excellent society, told
mo that ho saw no mustard on tho table.
nnd na ho always liked It with Ids meat he
would trouble mo to order some; while an
other man, n brilliant scholar, asked nt b
dinner party, "If I would pleaso toll my
butler to bring him n glass of milkf"
With these men, tho .sandpaper of parental
admonition or tho flowing varnish of early
association had evidently been neglected.
Intimacy and oven tender friendship may
and do exist between mail nud wpnien wb
aro bound to ono another by no family tie.
Familiarity can nover decently outer into
such a relationship. If you, ns a refilled
woman, havo a man friend who slaps you
on the back, squeezes your arm to attract
your attention, holds your hand longer
than friendship ought to dictate, and, with
out your permission, calls you in publlo or
in prlvnto by your first name, you need not
hesitate to drop him from your list of inti
mates. Ha 1b neither a gentleman nor does
lio respect you ns you deservo. He may be,
in his way, nn estlmnblo man, but it is not
in your way, nud ho belongs to tho rank of
vory ordinary acquaintances.
If a mau asks you to call him by ills first
natno, and your friendship with him Justi
fies it, do not hcsltnto to do so; but if ho Is
tho "flnlshod" nrtlclo, ho will not imagine
that this concession on your part gives him
tho right to drop unbidden tho "Miss" or
"Mrs." from your name.
A true gentleman does not speak ot a
lady, ovon his bctrothod, to strnugors with
out what boys call "tho hnndlo" to her
name. Nor should n woman mention men
by their last names only. When n young
or elderly woman speaks of "Smith,"
"Drown" or "Jones," you may mako up
your mind tlint tho last coat of varnish was
neglected when sho was "finished."
Always bo cautious in making ndvnnces
toward fnmlllorlty. Ha certain that yonr
friendship is desired beforo going mora
thnn half way. Not loug ago I heard n
womnn say gravely of nn uncongenial ac
quaintance whoso friendship had been
forcod upon lien
"Sho la certainly my familiar friend. W
can nover bo intimate."
A Brent many person who havo found
no rolluf from other treatment, havoboen
cured of rhouniatisin by Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, llo not glvo up until you havo
tried It. ,
It ! only 50 cents porbottlo. For imo by
Durbin, Wright & Co., southoast corner
publlo cquaro) L. Sollmann, 21 North
Markot utreoti U. II. Ink, 01 Kast Tuscar.
Two Interesting Experiments In Centrif
ugal force Illastrutetl nnd Described.
i To perform the first experiment Populnr
Sclcnco News directs 03 follows)
Tnko n soup plato and place a napkin
ring exactly in tho center. Then, holding
tho plato in tho two hands by Its opposite
edges, toss it into the air with a quick ro-
MM f Vfe
KXl'KKt.MKMT WITH BOIT I'LATH AND NAP
volvlng motion so tlint it shall make a
complete turn boforo being caught The
centrifugal forco dovelopod by tho revolu
tion of the plato will hold the napkin ting
In its place as firmly ns if it was glued
there, and plato and ring will return to the
hands of tho experimenter In tho same
relative positions with which thoy stnrted.
TJ10 experlincnt mav bo varied by phclny
tho ring nt tho edge ot tho pinto, outhldi
the axis of rotation, when it will Invarl
ably fly ofT from tho plate when thrown
into the air. Tho first trials of this expe
riment nro likely to bo failures, but Un
necessary skill Is quickly obtained by a
Another beautiful Illustration of centrif
ugal forco can ba shown by attaching a
light metallic chain to a piece of string
about n foot long (Fig. 2, A). On twisting
tbo string so as to cause tho chain to re
FJcrr.uiMr.NT with chain asd stiuko.
volvo rapidly, it will riso to a horizontal
position, open out into a ring nnd revolve
in n circle with thosupportlngcord.gi inj
the nppearanco shown in Fig. 2, II. If ttie
chain cannot bo obtained, a loop of heavy
cord, or ovon a pencil suspended by ono
end, will nnswer almost as well.
Tlumlng In the Rriiiiinl.
During tho approach and continuance of
winter tho earth throws oil by radiation
each night tuoro heat thuu it absorbs lu the
daytime, while this goes on tho tempera
turn of tho surface of tho earth must con
tinue to fall, and tho cold of the ntmoMphcro
mat pcuctrato deeper and deopor dally
Into the ground. As spring approaches
the condition changes, nud each night less
heat is radiated than Is absorbed during
tho day. Tho average temperaturo of tho
earth Is theroforo steadily rising Instead of
falling, and opportunity fa given to the
latent heat of the earth to manifest Its in
fluence; for, next to the primal sourco of
halt tho snnn very Important sourco fa
found In tho heat of tho globo Itself. While
the .surface is still frozen, therefore, and
has not yet absorbed a sufllclcut surplus of
heat to overcome tho elfoct of tho nightly
loss by radiation, tho ground may yet bo
thawing rapidly and perceptibly from bo
low through tho influence of tho earth's
The productions of our goldsmiths, says
Tho American Exporter, In tho line ot set
tings for precious stones, as well as in gold
work gonorally, are uniformly more solid,
more durubloaml moru satisfactory iu every
way thun tho English and French products
of tho name description for several rer.sons,
ono of tho most important of which is tbnt
tho manufacturers in this country nre
accustomed to mnko uso of fourteen carat
gold, whllo iu England mid Franco they aro
accustomed to uso olghtcou carat gold; nud
every ono who Is nt nil conversant with
tho subject knows that tourtveu carat gold
is far better tbau eighteen carat gold for
all purposes connected with Jewelry goods.
It is harder and mora durable, easier to
work, capable of greater variety in its ap
plications to tho lapidary's art, and Just
as handsome and elegant in appearance.
To preparo chalk Tho Jewelers' Circular
directs ns follows: "Pulverize tbo chalk
thoroughly nud thou mix it with clean
rainwater, iu tho proportion of two pounds
to tho gallon. Stir well and then let it
stand nlxmt two minutes. In this time the
gritty matter will linvo settled to tho bot
tom. Pour tho water into anothor vessel
slowly, so ns not to stir np tho sediment.
Let stand nntll entirely settled and then
pour oil ns before. Tho settlings) la tho
second vosscl will bo prepared chalk, ready
for uso as soon as dried. Spanish whiting,
treated in tho samo way, makes a very good
cleaning or polishing powder, Soino work
mon add a llttlo crocus, and we think it an
improvement; It glv&j tho powder a nice
color at least, and thorxforo adds to its lm
portnuco in tho eyes of the laymea."
Tho lucreaso lu tho uso of structural Iron
In tho northwest Is one of tho most Inter
esting points In tho mnrvolous development
ot the nectlou, and lu by no moans confined
to tho two or threo cities therein which lay
claim to metropolitan distinction. Iu near
ly all publlo buildings and iu private enter
prises of tho more permanent nnd substan
tial character, whether thoy aro In towns
ot 100,000 or 2,000 inhabitants, tnoro or less
architectural Iron work Is used, aud ex
perienced builders say tho proportion coi
Burned is quite as heavy in tho northwest,
'According to population, as it Is In tho east,
Bays Northwestern Mechanic.
j Tho Temple-Swift Comet.
Tho comet found by Professor Barnard,
of tbo Lick observatory, says ScIoium,
proves to bo tho long looked for Tcmple
Swlft comet. It was first discovered by
Totnple In 1607 and by Swift In 1SS0. It was
not until tho latter date that it was settled
that a now short period comet had been
added to the list.
This remedy Is becoming ao woll known
and ea popular as to neod no special mon
tlon. All who havo uued Klectrio Bitters
sing tho samo song of prolso. A purer
medlclno doos not exist nnd It Is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Klectrio
Bittors will euro all disoasos of tho liver
and kldnfui, will remove pimples, bolls,
salt rheum, and other nllentlous caused
by impuro blood, Will drlvo malaria
from tho tho system and provent ns well
na woll ns cure all marilarlal fevers. For
euro ofjhoadachc, constipation nnd indi
gestion try Kloctrio Bitters, Entire antic
faotlon guaranteed, or money refunded.
Prieo CO centa and II por bottlo at Durbin,
Wrlffht & Co's, drugstore, Canton, O.
w Wk .
Tliern Is No Hut Itule, but Fnsblnns
Suit All Fnces mid Figures.
It Is difficult to lay down any fast rule as
to what tho fashions in dressmaking are
likely to be during tho winter, for they are
so dlverso that no two gowns seem to be
alike. There aro fashions to suit nil faces
nnd nil figures, so thcro is no excuse for
any ono being unbecomingly nttlrcd.
Women nro not only appropriating mascu
lino fashions but masculine materials.
For good useful dresses thero is a tough
cloth with a species of corkscrew weaving
which wears extremely well; tho tono n
dark strong color. Then thero is n brown
nnd dark blue striped trousering which i
A WALKI.VQ COSTUMR,
being used extensively for u.cful gownu.
Moro feminine ia Its nnturc is a blue
grounded cloth from Paris, with broad
black braid Interwoven like tucks, nnd
headed by row s of beads; whllo another
lias interwoven black fringo all over It on
pluk and other colored grounds.
The threo-qunrter coats aro popular in
Now York and are becoming to tall flguren.
In tho cut Is Illustrated a costume of
brown bouclo cloth trimmed with coque
feathers, arranged to simulate pointed
tnbllers. The wnlstcont Is fastened Invl ,
Ibly, nnd the fashionable three-quartt-r
coat Is also trimmed with coquo feathers.
Two ways of dressing small boys aro now
in voguo. Ono plan adopted by many
mothers Is that of keeping their bojs in
dresses until they are thrro years old, then
having them wear kilts with jackets until
they lire flvo or six yoars ot ago. Tho other
plan which fa iu much greater favor wit'i
tho boys Is to uso kilts earlier, and put
llttlo fellows of three or four years Into
trousers. Tan colors aro fashlouablo for
boys' clothing iu tho popular tweedr,
Scotch cheviots, and homespuns. Vicuna
cloths are also used In stripes aud checks
nnd there nre many soft yet rough surfaced
wools of natural colors, entirely without
dye. Boys of four to nlno years wear two
pioco stilts of checked cheviot, enssimere
and fancy mixtures.
Threo pieco suits (with separate vest) nre
moro used for dress than school by Iwys of
four to nlno years, nud aro mndo of fine
cropod cloths, black worsteds, browu or
black plain cloths, or else of tricots. Boys
of ten to flftei-n years wear hchool suit, cf
cheviot or homespun miulo with a double
breasted Jacket, with or without a vast,
and knee breeches. For tho lnrgcr boy
thero aro also three buttoned cutaway
coats with ve.it of mixed goods for ever j
day wear, and of plain cloths for after
noons or Sunday. Hoys of twulvo years
wear shirts llko those worn by mon. For
younger boys who llko to wear standing
linen collars, n compromise Is found In a
shirt waUt without a collar, but supplied
with a neck hand to v hich the collar can
bo buttoned. Long trousers aro put on
boys when they aro thirteen or fourteen
years old. With theso aro worn sack coats,
either double or single breasted, with vet
to match, made of the stylish dark brow a
choriotH or navy bluo or black diagonals.
Wigs lor Women.
Kino out of every ten women wear moro
or less falso hair; sometimes It fa only a
bang or fringe, again It is a braid or switch
and somotlmes a wig that covers tho en
tiro held. Tho newest wig Is made cf
wavel hair with a slight fringo on the
forehead and a largo coll at tho back fall
ing low on tho neck. It is a charming wig,
and would reconcile anybody to tho Idea of
growing bald. Another novelty what they
call a toupeo consists of a small fringt
mounted on n wire spring inodn to lit th
forehead, with Just a small portion ot
waved hair on each side. It Is intended
for those whoie hair has merely grown a
llttlo thin ou tho temples. Fringes aro get-
ATTACHMENTS IT.OVSDED 11T WIGMAKEItS.
ting smaller. Somo now pointed ones, so
light and fluity thnt tho forehead could
bo scon through them, nro roally vory
piquant. Titian red Is Btlll the foshlona
bio color for hair. Tho liest wigs are made
ou n hair net, and ench hair Is drawn Into
tho mesh singly with a llttlo Instrument
llko n crochet hook.
It is generally soro popular aotress who
sets tho fashion for u new utylo ot hair
Mrs. Langtry Is said to havo Introduced
tho Grecian. In Paris tho low style of
dressing tho hair prevails for oveulug
wear, and It fa tho style mostly seen at tl.i
opera there. In tho cut nro shown some '
tho moro psp'thir attachments provided I
wlgroakers In way of toupeo, cotng
biald, trluge aud curls.
Funs nf tliu Sanson.
Fans nro a feature of the Benson. Fain ,
nn expanse of raygauzo with tho tinlr
- lace edge. In thu center is a chlo fig in-1
black with n pointed cap on her bene It u
log ngalnat n couple of rails. This landsc
melts imperceptibly into tho grny. 'fa
old gorgeous stylo ot ornnmenUttou yk 1
to this dpjutlness in monotone.
I used threo bottles of "Mother's
Friun ," and whon I was sick I nevor
went to bod until 12:30 and my boy was
born nt D a. in. with scarcely any pain. I
will do nil I can in recommending it to
oxpecttut mothers. Your thankful
friend, Mits B. F. Walteuhdu,
Marlon, Ohio, Sept. 1800.
Sold by Wober Bros.
Can the Republicans carry their
electoral ticket in Kansas in 1602 V It
is very doubtful. The vote of Novem
ber 1801, shows that they cannot, un
less the situation changes radically.
Coughing Loads to Consumption.
Kemp's Balaam will atop tho cough at
. , . .. ( i. . c . JkifiA i
A Iloforimitlon In thn I'oultry House
Which It Hill ly 1'iirmcrs to Adopt.
Somo day look into hnlf n dozen poul
try houses when you nro driving out nnd
boo how fow, oven of tho improved ones,
nro kopt clean. This ono piece of work
is tho great bugbear in tho business.
Why? First, it is a dirty job, becoming
still more disagreeable by neglect; second,
it takes so much timo tiiat it is put off
It is easy nnd not unpleasant to keep tho
roosta clean, If it bo done every morning
nnd in tho right way, affirms n corn--Bpondont
in tho Philadelphia Farm
Journal, who writes nlout tho matter In
By watching things I found that my
chicken roosts took moro of my tinn
than nil other poultry affairs, t-o 1 jut
Bet nbout corrtcting them. I glvo you a
drawing of tho reformation. I first built
n smooth droppings board nntl then
nailed n trough just under its outer
edge. Theso nro stationary. Then I got
a soap box and put it tinder tho end of
tho trough. Tho porches nro built in n
n rri " ixx
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A DHAW1XO 01' Tlin ItnroiUIATIoN.
framework and hinged to tho wall so 1
can turn them up instantly while sweep
ing tho platform. They nre left in this
position from morning, when I clear tlx
boards, until after tho last feediii-r
when I tnni them down.
But tho arrangement of all this d -not
lighten Iho work of roost I'leauin.'
Tho lx shown itbovo tho perches is th
real wizard in the operation. The cornu
copia shaped nlFair coming out of it--bottom
is a slcovo of cloth four inches 111
diameter and threo feet loug. The box
is filled with dry sawdust from tho up
per floor or it is shoveled into a window
just over it. A falso bottom (indicated
by tho dotted line) throws It all to th
sleeve. I nevr allow myself to uuhoon
tho perches for tho hens until I have
first taken tho faleovo off tho hook whf ro
its free end rests and sifted a sprinkhii-'
of tho B.iwdust over the platform. Th 1
the next morning a light sweeping will
easily do in ono minute what pick and
shovel would work at nu hour.
Wheat nnd Hyo Compared.
Tho agricultural editor of tho New
York World siys:
Wheat flomislics best nnd Is iro-t
productive 011 calcareous soils that 1-,
on boils that contain moro or less lmi"
Ryo growB well ou toils much lighter
and drier, and although it does better on
lauds containing somo lime, it does not
require it necessarily to tho samo extent
that wheat does. Farmers sow ryo on
soils thoy consider too poor for wheat,
nnd theroforo ryo fields will usually be
fonnd occupying tbo poorest soils of tho
farm. Ryo endures cold letter than
wheat, and is a common substitute for it
on boila that will not grow tho latter
grain with certainty and profit. Rjo
sown ns a green crop in tho fall may bo
used for winter pasture or for soiling in
tho spring, in either case funiishim;
green food, which no other crop will bo
well supply at tho samo season. When
harvested for tho grain tho straw of ryo,
unliko that of wheat, i? a valuablo part
of tho crop for sale, being extensively
used for packing and bedding material,
but on account of its toughness and
coarseness it has but little vuluo as ani
Swoet or Sour Cream llutter.
There has been considerable revival of
tho old war between sweet und bour
cream butter advocates sinco tho new
extractor cauao into tho field. This new
war has led to somo excellent results
Men have beon experimenting to find
eomo way to provent tho nlleged loss of
butter in churning sweet cream, and,
according to Professor Meyers, of tin
West Virginia experiment station, if the
Bwoet cream is churned at 51 dogs
Fahrenheit it will como within forty
minutes, and with no greater loss of but
ter in the buttermilk than occurs when
sour cru.im is churned at 02 degs. Fah
renheit. Thero is still tho custon of
marketing tho two kinds of butter. The
commission merchants set their faces its
a flint against sweet cream butter, but
nt tho samo timo thoy accept butter
mndo from cream that ten years ago
would havo been called sweet by any
butter maker of those days. American
Homos of Various Nations.
Evory nation has its prejudices in fa
vor of tho horses of their own country as
tiro best in tho-world; they got edncatod
up to that standard tyjw. Iu Scotland
they think tho Clydesdalo tho beat draft
horso, while tho English nro equally as
Euro that the Shiro is tho great modol
draft horso for tho world. Across in
Belgium every ouo from peasant to tho
king and queou boliovo tliat tho Bobjian
draft horso is best of all breeds, wliilo
tho Frenchmen think thoro is no gooih
draft horses outsido of Franco. America
finds much to admiro in eacli of theso
breeds, which aro being so oxtousively
imported nnd crossed upon our nativo
mares and from which tho Amorican,
draft horso is being ovolved tho best of
nil. Western Agriculturist.
&OOX& WEWS a
It elves Dr. Tutt pit nsiiro to nn-
iiomu'u tlint ho Is now putting up it (&
TINY LIVER PILL
-l.ttl.,t.l.. ..11 4 1... ..!..?..' A,-. " F
TUTI-H TINY IiIVlIK I-ILI.K A
Is shown iu tho border of tliU "ud," '
-, .,h nit, viriiiri, 111 uiu inrger
onus. Thoy nro ;uanuit'fil puiily
vi-giitnltlu, llnth sUi-s or theso pill
uru ktlll ltsuod, Tho tixuct size uf
Hhiltho Desired KiTcclX II
CAnnoUTOX, Oreon County, III , Nov. "88.
I highly recommend l'astor Koonlg's Nervo
Tonlo to anybody that lins sullorod from head,
actio as my sou did for flvo yoars, bocauso two
bottloa of tho medlclno curod him.
Avir.LA, In.l.. July 10,1800.
Aboutfour yonra ago I was tnkon with ft eorv
gestlvo chill that left rne so norvous that I wad
not ablo to do n day's work. I took Pastor Koe
nlg's Norro Tonlo, nnd I at onco began to got
batter and am now doing my work again. Many
thanks (or tbo good It has dono mo
SIKH. LIZZIE LBV.
Ct.r.VKLAvn. O., 113 Laurel Bt,, Juno 11, 1830.
Tho moot Pastor Koenlg's Norvo Tonlo has
cnabloil mo to resumo work, nnd I am rooom
mondlng satno to all I boo In nood of It, and I
find many, hoping In part to show my gratltudi
by rccotninondlng thoToalo, A. ADKINB.
A Vntnnblo Iloolc on Norvout
Dlsonsoi sent Irco to any address,
and ar patients can also obtain
this medlclno frco of charge
Tills rmnrlv lifts liepn tirenftred bvthe ReTfirtind
Pastor Kocnlg, of Fort Warne. lud., since 13,0, and
Is now prepared under Ilia direction by U10
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists nt 81 per Uottlc. CforSC
T.nri-n Kirn, 1 in. I Untiles lor SO.
kV rl T E C T,
lABG EST "
T COSTS MUCH
''. .LESS thnn
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, " is cqu il to
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f'VZ !n t -i i-lrniw:
r i -, f t case
It Ourei Coiighi, Colds, Bore Throat, CroupWhoop
Ing Cough, Bronchi! l nJ A thru, a ctruln core for
Coniumptloa la Brit t, niatorrtirf In advanced
ati Re 1. TiettoDc You will no the excellent effect
after taking the first dote. S 1 1 by deili ri uTerjwhew.
Mricd ttotties, 60 oecw ui2 11.00. It Curvt lniluonuu.
Nearly every pattern of ','a f.'orso
Blanket is imitated in coloi and
style. In most cases the imitation
.looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the warf threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half as much.
The fact that . Horso ( Blankets
arc copied is strong' evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the Va trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST
O 100 6A STYLES
at prices to suit everybody. If you can't per
them from your dealer, write us. Ask fot
the 5k Book. You can get it w it'iout charge,
WM. AYRES & SONS. Philadelohl.
Kidney, Liver andB!adder Cure.
The Grrnt Specific fur "nrlglit'n
Hspnm'," urinary troubles. Iddiioy
tttllcultlcH, mill Impure blood.
IV VOO havo Bailment In urlno llko brltU
fiuBt.;rcTUcnt calls or ictcntlo!
IV YOU hnvo prnvel, catarrh of tho Madder.
excc&,lvodebIre,Uilbbllntr or stoppage ot urlno.
II' VOU hat a torpid liver, ninlnrJn, dropsy,
fovcr and avue, gall 6tone, or gout:
I V VOCfecliiTitablc, rheumatic, Btltchln the
back, thx;d or sleepless and all unstrung;
SWAltllMtOOT biiildi tip quickly a run
down constitution, nnd makes tho weak strong.
ftunrantrc I'm contents nf Ono Pottlo, If ) ou aro not
bcmfUcd, DruKS'Jt will refund to) ou tbo iirlcoprld.
At DrilKglxtN, 50c. Nlze, pi. Of) Size.
"InmiiuVOuldo to Health" pent freo-Coosultatlon frt
I)r. Kilmer & Co., llinghamton, N. Y.
Sold by Duriiln, Wrlsht a uo. msrl2gy
Kowos Trench Keraalo 1'ills nro snfoana rclcaLloj
contain Tarny, Tennvr. nl rind t tturtroct. Never
fall, t sry At druij tor. . o, sent liy mail, securely
sealo.!, for 81.00: at wholesale of Stioug, Cobb .
Co., Uloveluml, Ohio, or
Ii)2u I. y. HEED, Agent, Toledo, O,
Wce to seenre thorough Hnslness Edoestlon. cr
becomo an Eipcrt btiortliand and Tjrpo Writer! or
prepara to teafh Spcncerlsn I'eninansulp. li t tS
ITAHM For tale, at a barsaln if ant,! mm.
T ?CTV,?' oao ,n(l three-ijuancr miles west
AAJUI9M1ID. UUUU UUIIUinDS.
Imnk littm ftti.1 nan
six room house. Cdacreslu wheat. Knr tisiticu.
isrs -"inn ED, UOOLLN, Canton nostoDlce.
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