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1S O. ANDimon. alloc sna Protestor.
A Itafhriw'i AppJ ta Mothers
I Ann 'I nTurt n bablra, If toa two " ,B 'rv
Tbcy art- irpovlm onndittons for pcrptiistlDc
R Ha philnanphtf nrtt,
IndR M-H'TitifW- nurl
M-w nt ma-tc- m a acta m thia.
Tp arki'- tfrttff that without m we'd br twj
ftlnc Ahrl tit an Infant and Cain his mother'
Fhin tfr a girl hnnr. and Ham a baby boy:
Sincr tnt mother At Mi-thuVlah nmld not quit
make up hir mtnd
Torrprmblc hi-r or Knock th darting rnt la-
Binrr p. th K lint of llitahan, and th rallant
on if Nun.
Ardf'ith, and rTint, and Canaan, and Pel-.
Waa ra h th prrfpet 'non'iMh tn th fond
And lMiarnoh a rtunrhtrr's trndrr heart u
tmiriini hf M--"' err;
Since Knia, and Jemima, and Krrrn-happuck,
Tried patient Jon's hnst patleno the wnary
Tht Infanntr ph. nmenoa faaa atlH maintained
And an J turn respectfully, If not wtta perfect
Hut arhen 1 ara expected to bo very ootn
t'laiHaiit Ti' father ai.tl u mother of the yptithrul tslt
ant In K-atity tiulr. or mindless rrn, or shapeless
Trartim a cU m .tn.H1t.n of twantlfiil rrixwe
Ti fw r other iiurrnt r mnntr anefautr,
lVrrhanre a imirljr fabulous, a iuyt-i progen
itor, And when l"e been peranaded to upraise It in
And prompted to cxpatial ujkio Ita
Tr. handle It. to dandle tt. to fonltr It. to oar4
Kahinlting toe mssnwhlle a moat evident dlt-
Peraptnnir aiid jiro'Cfttins amidst all mine
That heavier baby of Its ace them really eould
Why. then tha nwe la altered, and I wlah with
an tajr heart
Tliat tishe-s wrm kept, and bachelors, thn
utoiwanfl miles a) tart.
"tiiilp IiftroH" fa Itarprr'i Bazmr.
HIISS HESTER'S LEGACY.
Why Amos Bore Her Brother No
'He fino-lwokiri' man, vrrMV?
Wall, he's jriT e goial cz li looks!"
Tho speaker was An old fumi-haml,
nhnin all tho lu'ighliuriuHHl loved and
"lcw I know him? Wall, I mtlior
pics I dew! He's Miss Hester Stan
woik1' Ikiv, an' lier 'n' me'vo hiinpeil
him wpever ftenec he wuz five year ole.
Twhk n pxkI menny year ari thet
he come in 'pou us, a'luoa fure we
knowetl theer wuz any seeli leetle ehap
n-livin. The mdrnin' 1 fust heenl Mont
liim I'd planned terpuduwii 'it the ten-iieix-
lot a-lnowhr, lint 1 eoiildn't mi-id
1o sl.llt. fur Miss Hester, hhe 'pearetl h
hev anthill' ull her mill', ei lied di uv all
content fut o' her.
"Mai lliy Ann an' me we talked 't
over to hn-akfus', an' ulie aays eg how
he k no Weil Miss Hester hedli't keteliel
n M ink o' sleep that nihu fur her faee
win ev. Ijftie!iel, Marthy Ann aaya ter
me, e. an nlil ealiker ownd. So 1 hung
rouu piekiu Uiter-liuifHofi nUiepati-li
nipli the liouw. an' all the time I wateh-
hI Miss Hester 'n her cheer by the ait- I
nn -room wjuiler.
"I couuln t Uifnk o notion ter
trouble her ieiiick'lcr. We nil hex our
foggy time 'n this worhl, an' our
rtumbliu'i 'n damp, boggy swanis, an'
Miss Hester she'd hod her share right
up t' the handle; but the las' few years
she'd burn, ex 'twux. steppiu' roun' 'n
iurty unsliiny meddcra, 'K-ared ter
lue. All ter onct 1 Kiys ter reysolf
riagilc lake him! Ve dou't s'oe ex
thet jM-sky xample 'f a hnither'a come
ler light, do ye?' Purty soon I heenl
Hie U ll a-'allin' of me up fn.m whwr 1
wuxn'l, in the ton-aere lot, mi" Marthy
Ann she tol' me ex how Misa Hester
wanted o' ine ill the aettin'-room.
" '(okmI nioruiu', Amos!' says she u-r
'What' wantin'. Miss Hester?' aavs
I ter her. An' she ojonel the sui-''
immediate, never lettiu' the weed
grow 'twixt her wonls.
"Amos,' aayg she, 'ye ri'inemlier my
"Wall, I reckon I do, the nuisancer
saya I. 'We aint nether on it likely
ter fotgit him, Mii Hester.'
"She bridled up purty smart at me,
an' I sp'oao 1 did apeak out uios' tew
'"Amoa.'slie saya, lHikiu' at mo rcry
evei-e, 'aiK-iik no ill o' the dead.'
"Ter any Diet new o' Uelijaasin'
ueatii come on me ex an overjioweriu
s'pt'ise fur a minute dun' 'xiiress mv
feelin'a nohow, but arter a leetle thought
ine pnso prove! a most agree hie one.
The way I l.s.ked at 't, the brother an'
norrimcni o Sliss Hester a life wux
ilind an' buried 'long o' Uenjamin.
ah i leani iroiu tins, she savs,
huldiu' up a letter, 'ex his w ife' dead.
'"A pair on em gone,' sav I to mv-
Klf. tSo fur I didn't ee imtliing ter
mourn over, but Miss Hester she look
ed at 't different. 'Twu her last o'
kin, an'incbbe' t us only nat'ral fur her
ler mourn. Any how, you'd never ha'
knowi-d but what Hcnjainiu had been
nn angel, fur all the remarks she let
Imp Isiut Lmi arter thet day.
"null, aitss Hester," savs f. arter
linte a s 11 o' iptiet, ! reckon I'd IW
la" a-goin' back ter the leu-aein lot.
Time an' tide, au' grass. Miss Hester,
dou't wait fur no man.'
"ritop, Amos!' she says, quickly.
There's more u-r Ml. benjamin lef
a leetle laiy,' says she, 'an' what d'ye
think, Amos, o' Ins cumin' lu re ter lis'
"1 knowed by the unusual ttemblin'
o' hei tones ex her heart wanted thet
Isjy, an' she waubsl me ter 'gr.-c with
Her; an luttheiinoie. I kuovtisl by an
other sign ex die meant ter hev 'him,
whats'cier 1 says. Now 'l fust I didn't
think 't all weii o' Hie plan. 1 knowed
what km o tre,' that child wux limL
Of, Bll' 1 didn't want Mise Hester s"
lemi no more. 1 nassclit speak, but
i;iv, .-.11., lu ster klloweil lint 1 WUX
ft-tliinkin' on; she'd riddiu the brains
0 ft ss-are-criiw!
Amos,' she aays, with a hnrnsom
how o' sH rit, 'tliere's g.ssl blixal be
hill' him; ye can't g.iiiisay it.'
'you're riht. Miss He.-ter.' av I
'Wall, IIk-u, Aiiios. ;,kI helpin' o'
me, 1 in a-goin tor try ter raise up one
more M:m'od ex 11 mat, ii tin m xhii li
hex gone nfoi-e hiu,. I'm a-goiu' ter
bmk prayer an' loi an' patience
gill any taint thin may be in hislihsMl;
mi , Amos, I lawcch ve not ler fail
Die. fur I J. lit giet dcpcudcucc on ye,
"Wall, I tried M- swaller my mil
civiu a. an -Mis Hester,' wiv I, -I'd
u.'ftU b you agin a hundred any day ter
carry rei p nit, tie a kuow how lei
git nt Ihe Heljier uji vender ex never
full. J ilou aeeiu ex cf ye need me.
but Mieiu' . w.,nt it, I gin e my
promi, ter dew all I ken fur ye, cf
ti iioiijamin boy, an here toy hau
M Thank ye, Amoa.' any felie. 'Now
BIT tuui'a at case. Tho f.ieu o' the
cao 1 this: Hi mother' folk don
want iiuthiu ler dew with huu. lliey
iiacked him off with loos' oudiH.-c.it
haste, never giviu' me uu time u r ay
whuljici- J'l tako him or not- N tlie
leliu bov Iiv, 1 dou' vwu know his
an there'll want time ler t Hie
trnnille-ln'd an t'other fUlia down out
' the pnrnV all' Imikin' tip midden, 1
keleli.nl her try In" ter hide a smile.
"Ton my word." say 1 ter Marthy
Ann, 'she's e tiikhil over 't m thtf
Ilex' iinl' f
"1 went down to, lot an' liepin ter
mow. hut my head wa in sn. h a nm. kle,
with Ihem Wetern folk, a-shiftin' all
the "one an' 's".iiil.i'ly nn Miss
Hester, the! 1 hell ft putty tough day'a
"I w us afeard nti 'twtul pintle Mka
Hester if I wiian't phiii' when the lee
tle feller room, so tiei' Uy, hen the
tajre hatllil tip ter nltr ihsw. theer I
wua, hut not (n prHi. V!i-r w, iv.rtujn'
serits. He wii all alone, fur the man
liieh hrinjMl him on from Oakoty kad
jrin him In eharpe o' our stam"'.vlver.
an' then lef ' him. He tep out like a
leetle mall, an' looks 'lamt him fur a
minnit, an nolly s.ke a wonl. Then
he pies up ter Miss Hester, an' oinkin'
Imek the tears cz spunky ( rstlihl In,
Aunt Hetty.' s'.y he, 'I'm IVnjir.
Papa sent me ter ye with his lV love,
an' he I..1' me ter tell ye el he wu very
"Miss Hester tnellod at the fut
wouls fur 'Hetty' win llenj unin's
pet name fur her 'fore ever the on.
happiness eonimeneed. an' she folded
her arms rutin' thet loeilu felh-r, nn'
kissed him atfin an' affiii.
"Then says he ter her. "Aiinl II.-ttA,
is that Anioi.?' an' he s),a.k'4 lan s
with me e prave r a jc.l;;e. Then.
Itevin' done up all his business brown,
tho team iiune a-streamin' don his
rlieeks. an' Misa Hester she jes' p th-
enst litiu up tn her arms, an k'-rrieil
him into her h,d-rooni, fur he uu.n't
s-uree five-jear ohl, an' very small ae
"n all. thet lei tle Ih njie erawled
ripht inter the snncgest corner o' our
hearts. Ter hev liim run' when I win
aloin' of the chores, arstin his hlln
dred an one ipiestions, halt o which
no mortal c'd answer, let alone tin'
hiudcriu' me was iniioomcroHe, with
even leetle finder a fisli-hiok, an' yet
the bikes' kin' o' help twuz a stiiidy
pleasutv. An' when Miss Hester an'
ine sot in meetin', with K.-ujie a-tween
us.twur heavenly ter aee the satisfaction
on her face; done me ea niueh g'tod el
"Wall, the years went on. an' Beniie
prowed with 'em, a rep'lar comfort ter
both on us. I don ptirtcll ter say ex
he never done no wrone;; but take him
all ill nil, he wuz 'bout ex lovin' 'n
olH'jieitt ex any wide-awake lov eould
le. An' truthful! He didn't (,'it that
from his father! I dew Ulieve. though
1 ilon't bear Itenjamin no grudjje, thet
he lied straight 'luliy, jia' 'cause he'd
"Thank the Lord!' I u,sl tersavter
Miss Hester; ex long ex Ltcujie aint
'iK.niinated with Iviu' lips. Til rvsk
"Hut theer win one thin' 'hout Bcn
jift ex pin me some uneasiness. He
wnx so 'hvil-feller-wcll-iuet' with every
lardy that I trem'itod u-r think what
eomp'ny he might eotis4,rt with when
he'd outgrowii Miss Hest,T 'n' me, fur
we didn't rousait ns he'd alien kti-p
sccll ft contented hoiiie-boy.
"One day, Miss Hester 'n' me hod a
talk 'Ikiiii his futur" H-'d Urn.-d all
he could with us. an' Miss II -ter wux
anxious ex ltiMijie sh'd go to college;
but, thanks ler lk-njamin. she hisln't
got any grct amount o' csdn hin' roiin
he t, rs n' him with. Hut we'greel
ex we could haul in here u' theer, an
somo way or 'nuther stub through.
Miss Hester 'n' nie didn't gree on one
pin. uioiigli. t went in fur telling
Itenjie ex how 'twux only by the skin
o' her M-tii hit aunt 'ud he able ter
keep thin's ninnin'; but she says: -No,
let him o with a min' easy an com
fort'ble, or not at all. So off he went.
free-and-easy-minded, though twux
clear ter me ex he went more U-r plcaae
hi aunt than hisself.
Fust 'long, even- thin' moved on
well; but, after ft while, I begun ter
hev forcls-Klin'. I ran"! savwhat niaile
em start in on nie, an' tried and tri-sl
to iMih 'cm off. His letters come n-ir-
larcxever, an' Miss Hester she didn't
seem ter ace no ditTrvnec. But it
IK-ansl ti-r nie ex ue ftaid less an' less
Ik.iiI his studies, ftli' wux all the time
-harpiu' on his rhum. which he writ
wux a rcg'lar king 'niougst 'em. by
reasin o' his hcast o money an' fun.
He 'jvearcd ti-r call on purty frequent
fur inoiicy. t,-w.
"1 can't no ways 'msgine,' writ
Belijie, -why Kii hanl t'ros heieli.s.s
eil me out o' the bull lot fur his ier
tick'ler friend, but it' a gret rouipli
ment. Aunt lletty ye may b'lieve.'
She was pleased U r hev her boy 'preci
ated, but 1 kp mu:n, an' turned it
every w hich wfy in my nun.' Ity this
time, henji'ed go' 'bi'mt half-through
college, w ith money handed out for
him ex free ex cf the bushes down Imek
pastur' groweil silver dollars stid o'
hueklelM-riies. "I felt ex ef 'twin
otijust ter Ilia boy ter hide all the
skimpin's from him an' hev Miss Hes
ter la-ar it nnlM-knownst ter him.
'Twuxn't nat'ral fur a young thin'
like liim U-r be eeouoniic, when he
didn't know ex theer wui any need
on't. 1 felt cf he once got hoi o'
what liis aunt wux a-doiu' fur him,
he'd come up ter the mark like a man;
so says I to myself, -I'll g, down an'
'lilighten him.' So 1 111:. de some 'xelise
or nuther ter Mis Ul ster fur lakiu' a
day off, an away I went-
"I'tlsl. though, I went U-r the bank,
an' drawed out trillc or an. ex I'd
stowed nwny fur a rainy day. Fur,'
sa) I, Mliere no knowin' but what it'
coine:' an, furthermore. I thought ex
how the advice I su, a-goiu' ter offi r
Itclijie Blight ui -d son;- si-eh M-asoiiio'
fore he could swaller it easy. All the
joui iiev long I wux a liy in'" ter make
Up this sN-eeb an' thet specill. but
'tuasii't no go. hi I n.ys at las': -When
I git theer, I'll j s' o n niv inoutli. an'
let the Lout till it, fur I'll f- hang.sl ef
'laiu't tin- Iuil's business I'm 'bout.'
' 'Heiijst-.' say I, urier I got thiM-r.
an' hcil passed the usual coniplimciita
ries, 'I never see a Uy so greedy fur
sUirics ex you've aller ta-n. S,-ltin' on
the wood-pile 'n summer, an' rouii' the
kitchen liic winter nights. I've tole ye,
off 'n on, 'nougli stories ter fill a ship.
Some ou 'i m wux fa'ry stories, some
bed a grain o' Hutu 'Isuit 'em, while
more ui clear lies maki-ups o' mine
but now 1'ie come down here ter tell
ye a story ex beats 'cm all, fur it's gos
pel truth, every livin' Moid on't. Ni
I commences, a-pickin' u' my Hords
" 'A goist many year ago, Ilenjie.
teM o' llie be,' coplf 1 ever kllotied
iliesl. an' lef a half-gvoucd iioman an'
ft boy a trifle jouni r u r light their
way 'long ex best lin y might. N ,
a rase, Itenjie, d'ye liiink it's manful
to let the uo man dew Ihe hcll o' Ihe
batllin', an' ki-rry inos' o' the bunlcus.
lliat'a li:it In- dune; nn' alter a while,
she kcrried not only the heft, but the
hull on't. She sakri tired every thin'
fur him, an' what did she leap fury re
wind? Nolhin', I giie ye my word
foi't, but the bittcics' kin' o' a bar-
- -woe o me likeliest men 1 ever
seed wux a-keepin' couip'y along o'
her. This wutlih-ss biotlier, he diviv
I uu off, 'li broke up the uiaU-h fiwer.
flicir father hi' 'cm a hainsom' liiiu'
this oliglateflll brother, be wasted it
11, bur mbstauee, ' well ' lli.'ll. yv tit
riotous In in'. Not to be (linrdon
biln, he lualiagisl, one w ay 'll 'lilltliei,
U-r make life olio coiititiiM-i bunlell to
her. An' her a-bc.-iriu' r.n' a-pleadiu'
It, he took hlsmdf off w ith w hat li-etl
theer was lef, an' fur six year she had
a hreathin'-fpcll. Then news eonm el
how he wn deal! nn' buried, mi' the
onlv 'Mn he lef Ms sister, aavln' fhe
niem'ry o' them year which wore her
youih out airly, wux a leetle live-year-ole
lay. 1 mus' be fair ter him. though,
n' tell ye he sent word ex he wux very
sorrythat tin his fust, last, n' oniy
message In Ihem half-doen t ears. 1
'pose flml' roliraVe him; t' ain't ao
nre ex I hev, hut 1 Itntiw Mi's Hester
did year an' y-t-ai- g. Wall, llenjie,
I've M ll ra out o' the bag 'fore I
rant Um-! (itsl forgive me. ef I've
irnno nn' done wrong in op'nin' yei
eyer teryer father' sins; but it's tp, J
ken prolil 1i,i itt deal' Isiy ,v kiiys f.
" "I'eV aunt, she eouldu'l h' tuk ye
more gladly, ef je'd Ia n yer weight in
gol'; an' ye've paid yer way, so fur,
han'som", in the comfort you've ben ter
her. Hul How, Hcnjic, Idnnwi! Irian.
I' llere ye be, a-rallin on putty
lively fur money -what's it fur? An'
on t'other aide, there's yer aunt ter
hum, a-skimpin an' savin' all her
might, liko 'a she done fur yer father.
Ilow'rc ye goin' ter pay her for't, Hen
jief She alut 'sactly irol trr aweetnlh"
her t,'a wiih m'l.iss.-, but she's nex'
d'r tn il hc' sol' nie Whiten art'
now she he 1,-r f.stl It. Isw.k let- yet
own heart, Hetijie. Settle lll llii
matu-r siprnm 'tw ist tbal sit' yi-i- eon
" 'Xi. ho,' siys I, ex he Is gun ter
seak. ! won't hear nary a word! I
only come to warn ye never ter dew
notion' ter bring am:hcr ache ter Miss
Hester's heart:' an' edgiu' Utwaids tho
d.sir, I says, 'Meblie this 'II help ye in
the sipiarin'-up,' an' pultin' the bills in
his ban', I cut an' run.
"One evenin' 'Isuit a month sites
this, llenjie ateps In 'iKiit lis. all unex
pected. J,-s r atiss Ile
off ter heel, he ml:
'Aunt Hetty, set down a minute.
I've got sutliin' ter tell yer. I've lef
college fur goial an' all.' says he: 'an'
now, 'still o' larnin' Isaiks, I'm a-goin
ter lam ter lie a man.'
"No, says he, answerin' Ihe fright
in her eyes, "1 aint exielli.sl; I lef o'
my own fn-e w ill. It come aerost nie,
one day, like a flah. what a gret lazy
lunk-hcad I'd hen, to lake my
ease, nn' leave you hard U-r
work here, pervidin' fur rue. 1
knowe.1 ex you'd la- ills'pinusl fust
"long. Aunt Hetty dear.' says he. 'but
I couldn't f,-el a atom o' respec' furmy
self cf I let ye keep me tlccr any
longer. A lady you air, an' slier hev
been, but these worn han's all' this ole
gownd ilon't liaik like it. Gin me yer
blessln. Aunt Hetty,' say he, '"fur
heuecfor'ard.' says he. 'I'm a-goin' ter
be yer help, an' not yer hiiulramc.'
"I never eal'lated ex he'd leave col
lege 'longo' my story; but his word
ringi-d out aech true nietal thet I gin
hearty in'ard thanks thet I'd ben the
meanso'bringin' the las St.iuwond back
ter his granther's iihkI ole ruts. An'
Miss Hester down she went oil her
kiifs-s, fur she knowed by Beniie
manner ex turnout no use U r parley
with him: an' though she" allers
Mtwerful prayer-gifted, she out-prayed
herself then. Ncx' day, Itenjie lole lit
his plans. Kit-hard t'ross, the chum I'd
been so foolish sca'l of. he'd got him a
place in his father's bi rnusarn In
New York, where Kit hard hisself wux
s-goin when ho wux through college.
Wall. Itenjie found hisself in his cle
ment theer. Leetle by leetle, slow and
sure, he worked his way up, til), arter
some years, ole Mr. Cress took Richard
an' Ih-njie, tew, iuU-r partnership 'long
o' hisself. An' Beniie mined comforts
down on Miss Hester's head -x thick es
Benjamin lied poured trouble. Arter
a while, he married Itichanl's sister,
an' we lamed ter like her, when we
come to know her, jes' ea well ex of
she'd bed fewer furta-lows. She'd
growed to be a p-g'lar darter ter Mis
"I tell ye. Itenjie' three youngsters,
an' Richard's tew, which seem o'ena
mos' ex nigh, them live dew make a
line racket roun' the ole hoiiso all tho
summer through. Miss Hester she
haiks nn. In her black silk gownd, ex
is Benjie's delight, an' w hen they conies
a-loviu' an' a kissin' of her, an' a-eall-in'
of her gran'ma, she's cz proud ex a
ipieen, an' twic t ex happy. But tho
Is-,' joke o' all is ter hear tiie hull kit
o' 'em a VivU-Awns-inf o' mr
"Wall. I don' bear Ib-njamen no
grudge, but I dew say ex the lies' thing
he ever done wuz when he started up
an' did, an' bf Miss Hester her
Legacy." Emma J. l.anjd y, in
AS TO WRINKLES.
Two MmpU an4 Natural Krmt.la ftac-aTv-vl-xMl
by a ToltMln I'bllanthrtipUt
Wrinkle nrr thf Mt nvirr f hulio
wlio have lottt tb fn-hiiorw of ynutht
and tin f. iiiiniiif itirltl h.va luiij,' tHMiyht
-ino h-innU'pta m.in of i-nulit atinjr
them. The alnl-iii)xcr jn.HiM'S to ro
vfal tlift mTct of tln-ir ircvntion anil
win umh inf; fan. p. WrinkUn an-duv
UiXhf jrralual wi'iirinj; awrty of flcali
undmioath th cutirlt. Why iIcm-h it
wcarairay? lWano tha facial 11111
le hnvv filht-r littl or Uih wrong
kind of exert'ifc. It will be oh.crvei
that wrinkb-a utually take a ttownward
turi-c- Thin i diiu to tlm wrong kind
of fxrixi-M!. What -xn i-W Why, tho
wathiiig and wi.iiig of tlie fare, to b
uri'. l-vi'ro thf proecsi, and, inntead
of niMiing the ttu-v down in waxliing
and wiping, always rub upwanla. Thia
will have the t-Sfct of -uuntra(-tiiir
th tftidrncy of the fli h t depart from
uini' r the cuticle and wilt keep the face
fte fnnu wrinklea. It in ntlher an
awkvanl habit to acquire at hrt, but
Krscveranre will make it -tw-cond na
ture, nnd the n-mlt it worth many
p.. inn. ThU exerrw' in di-.igtied par
tiiiilarly for the In-ik lit of the vy and
npjN-r jMirtioti of the check',
I ben, for the mnhllcand !fwer j-or-lin
of the face, where hoilowue-r.,
rather iin wriuklcr., often doUmI,
auotluT plan inu-t In: taken. 'J he facial
uiiim Ica lire i-uhjcclcd to very alight
ai tiiity in tho ordinary ext-itiomi of
eating mid talking. To till the ( heck
out plump and round, it is i.ecc.itry
todcw-lop th miiM-ba iliere. TheMi
musclcH in-e very clight at he lent, and
any r-jHcial effort well directed will in
cie.te them in rapacity and size. An
excellent excrci-Mj fr tltt purpofu U
Ihii: Titke a piece of a-ft lewther kid
or i h:tMioi--hkiti will do -ami put the
end of it ImMwccii the teeth; then thew
gently UMf, it for ftcvcral miiiiitcii,
t il.ing care not t't rai.e the teeth from
the leather. If the teeth nrc raided it
Hill lt-ing into pbiy only the oi-ilimtry
in l i-m le of ma'-tica'. ..!!., 'vhereitK the
pmKeyu in to lievch.p ihoM Ihut are
Idoui umiI. One who triea Liiirt
liM-lhosI will liod the check going
tlii'.u-L'h a ipu-cr m tion that 1 any
thing but graceful find pretty; never-tbelc,-.
it ii iiitiiufiicly eltective and
will rest re t j it-, youtltful plumpne-
even the moot hollow ebeck. Try il
faithfully, and you will bo cumin jr4.
V, B. ilit!ha, itf Cap- Tjlrardcau,
Mo., Iihn n pair of linen ihecta that
!i:ivu U'en in iuo for eighty yearn.
They ucre m.-ide from flsx grown on
the furru of bis granilfatbt r, J;u-ob
(auli;i, iukI uutnufitcttired Ity him mi l
ucd by him in lKou, when lie waa liiht
Governor of Vermont. They liHtk a If
they tviiuld bit for auutber century.
St. i.vmt i'utt.
A Im-omotivu U in ue on the I1IU
Quia Central which i tli iLy thico
IKAVN TO DEATH.
Fonrftil Aooldont on th Contrnl
A Train rriHtllatHt Intn ihm ITblte nitwtw
Mr Ailtln to tha Termra of ih-p oi
A Tartlal Mat of tha
(Vuronn, n. il. rob. HThn esprwia
tmin that left Hoatim nt never oVIne laat
rmrht met with a temhle aivldenl near
'A'tMidatocIc, nn the t'cnti-ttl Vermont rail
road, at atMMil 8:t)u ihta m.irnint 1 ha tram
Hart, d tn m thi t hy oh tune, but waade
tninMl at White River Jmiction, art It Was
attaint an htur nnd a tntlt lalo when tt left
Ihvro. It rntiniatod of a ton'oiitot ive, tn
ffHfTe ear, pnatii) rar, two naaar-nfrer ronchea
and two alivpinc wrs, and was rtinnlnir
t the usual rate of apeed.
When about two hundred yanln aotith
if tho end of tho dock liridpe, near Old
Windsor station, a broken rail wan struck.
The lowmntive, baeKritro ear and poat.nl car
bnke awny from the rest of thctriun. pauia
tnff over the bridife in anfetjr. The rest of
the train wuathmwn fnttti ihe mil and non
tinned on the rvad wntll Menme hear the end
f the bfidtr. but Iherti it rntt nreMhr ahut
hiortt am! all tf threwrs Ml intnthts W hlto
river, anme tiny feet nelow. The tfnrire
at this imlnl was frightful; lirid when
the car went down then w ua a lerrltno
crah. A R.xin aa poaaihle tho detached
part f the tram Atnpnr-d and ran bnrk to
theaeenonf thn dixattcr. The Hcreauin of
the injured peoplp were heurtrendinc A-
siitaiiee alao eunie frttm the pHple llv ItiK In
the vicinity and every thuiff was done to
nwruo itiiJ relieve the injured. Honn aftrr
help arrived It was discovered that the Are
au a i an eo tn the first iaarumfrer
cc-ach and soon tho cm ire t nun was
atiiiuce, thus alin new horror to tho
alremly frightful catastrophe, Thownr
ent were powerless to stop tho Are and de
voted them selves entirety to attempt inf to
vacuo th.rw imprtort"H ih the wreck Tho
readier met. another and unexpected obsta
cle in tho heat, which had bet'omesointenae
that they Were obi iff wt to nliuquish their
pnnns to aavu tho sulTcrers, and wore com
pclled to retreat to a place of safety and to
become unwilling, horror-strtcken wit
neaMa to the awful holocaust, lu Edi
tion to thia, and to add to tho terror and
ufferinf of the pHaatimrnrs the wathpr
wiw tiitenel v rold uhd tho h(rdo neurs
were hindered thereby in their work, fto
water could be obtained with which to
check or rittiifruish tint fi anion. The le
was aeverul inches thick on the rivof and
there were nn appliance at hand With
which id raise lU
It will he tmpoAsible to tell bow tnany
were on tho train, as the conductor had
only bejrun taking tip tveketa. Many bodies
nave prtunir ffone lnt the river and un
der the ice. M'ntof the bHl.c I'tU-.tyet'ed
were taken to the villus of Hartford and
placed m an undertaker's establish
ment. Thirty-nine bedies in all have
been taken out of tho wreck and
only five of them are in any manner reeojr
nizahle. It lapmitively known that forty
two peraous perished, while thenna a prob
ability that a number of other corpses will
be found in tho wreck under the ico in the
creek. Just bow many peraons were killed
can not be ascertained while there exints Mi
much uncertainty as to tbe nuinbur on the
Tit wnnst rn tEt xn!.
lino ef the" wrecked cars on the IrM has
not yet been overhauled and It is thought
that at least twenty bod tee ara tn the de
bris. Should this prove so it will rub the
list oi the Jtiilcu up to oror sixty. This
will not include those who may have been
carried mto tho river through the tee.
Latest computations aa U tho nurnleruf
persons on the tram place it at oVer loo.
V hen tbe lost cur on tbe lea la
nvrhaulM U morrow and further
identiticationa take place a more enmpletr
list or tho killed will be obtainable, al
thoiifrh it is thought that a score of tbe
bodies already recovered are so disfigured
by beinf? cruahed and bruised as to preclude
any pofttubility of being Identified. Many
of the survivor will probably die of their
wounds. Considering Uio be iff tit from
winch tbe c- rs fell and the speed at which
the train was running, it ia regarded as
ciraeuloua that any oue ccaed.
A miOTHFtt'f fWWh tiXVKHirW tL
Wtw aTBK, Mass., Keb.tV C W.BeWkeh,
aeommisaum uirrrbant of this city, waa on
tha down train from Montreal this
morning and passed several hours at tbe
sceue uf the wreck. Tho burned timbers
of tho bridge and car and charred
bodies of the victims aro scattered
over the ioo- The crowd assembled was
enormous. H)no came to mc," aid he,
"while 1 stood gazing at the fearful sight,
and pointing to tho middle of the nuns
said. 'My brother ties in there burned U
d'.aih. He waa not hurt much, 1 think, bui
hemmed In frightfully. 1 worked with all
my mi;flit to save bun, but it wun do umj
Tbe fire drove ue back and be perished "
WniTR HiVFRjiM-ti(N.I-'eb.7. The latest
from the wreck on thu Central Vermont roart
ptace the number f burnt J and b!wcnec
victims at thirty-two. One of tne wreck)
ears on the ice bus not been overhauled at I
Uia-.niri1a, and it waa thought that at 1
leaKt twenty bodies were iu the debris. 1
Should this prove so it would run the list ui
killed up to over sixty, not including those 1
which may have boon carrnd into Uio rivet
lUrougn tho ico.
a i i.i. an.
The list of killed so far as learned ta as
follows: tvl ltilion, Darmouth; tt. ti. ;
fiurlmgton, and hi little ana who was
clasped in bis fuih?r'a anna; Krank L- 1
Wesson. Kpr!ittncld; I). Matgnot, Hcliaui
Iran, Quebec ; Kdward links, braketnan, of
Lebanon. N. 11.; M. it- hurg.-a. Huilinan
ear cotiductor; Mit Nancy Ifuiibur, of
Sorter (Station, Kutnerville, Mass. ;
Mavio W ills, of Irotjuois. Out., idea
fitted by wuU-h and ring; Conductor
H. C. Sturtevaut; John Hadn (col
oredj. porterof the Pullman car Pilgrjiu;
Cepbras M ilia, of Irotpjoia; loulanifer, of
Huhnkc. a yoting g:rl; A. J. Hammer, of
lk) ton, jxirterof the 1'ulhnon car Albans:
an unkii.iwn porter f thf Uotttun Pullnian
car I'uritatt; Kdyar J, Wilder, of Hayton,
O., IdcnttliL-d by bis brother; Charles W.
Han lord, ol Lowell, Mass ; Mrs. iievmcau,
Of Wiuuoiku idcutilied by her brottMft
fha HtaUtan-0 of tha fnysltn.1 Krstera I
Huge wounde heal up and leave
nothing but a ae.tr. This is true, not
unly uf the external niUM iilar tissue,
but of the Internal organs, including
L'ven the brain. A Inrge part of a bono
tuny Ikj Liken out, ami the bone grow
again. Deadly -oio!ia may Im cwnl
Unveil, anil thu various eliniiimtin
nrgaiipi w iil go to work to destroy their
power, nnd often fully suceeci!. Mill
ions of perwum tr:ui.grer-s nearly every
tw of thru-i.ln ,i. ;,1 steiii, mid t-till
live out half their d.iv-t. Ii -imiish of -he
iiuce.iiing alruggte of th.it other law
thu l:tw of niuiHr:iiioiito undo the
mischief, or tn reduce it Ui a iniuimuin.
A bulb.t has been carried in the brain.
or in wmie large Ixtiie or muM'le, for
yearn without itpprici;iblu harm. In
such vn,w nature builds n tough eu
etoning w:i!I mound the intruding ob
ject, Wins preventing either friction or
the solution of the lead nnd the ui..
Horpliuu of tbe poioii into the eirmlii-
The following caw strikingly illua
tratea ihe tob ranee nM recuperuiho
Hiucr ot the Ny-t-m:
A soldier ua badly wounded in the
knee by the explosion of a rille. After
be bud lain In the hoMi,t:d live inontlia
during h lti-li time the joint constantly
kiiiih ated, and w:t seteral times J iid
oH-u uitb the ktiifi. the wound healed
bp. He la eaine nble lo do hirf wm k hs
a me-iwnger, ami hiilleriil no ineim-
veiii"in from the injury for elcw n
years. 'J lien an nhcerM formed, ahieli
diM-hat gcd for aoiue eight years, hen
ui sutgeoii Micccciteii in removing a
hlliall ixirtioil of Ihe ,THH heel-phtte of
the ride and hit of lead ll'oill the k nee
Thn nhcc remained open, o-cittiou-
hi Mi narging Mmtill poi iionsof biai,
leal ami gritly inatur for the next
nine enrs, or until the mmmer of Kt,
At Hint time theaitrgeou nt ihe huapitnl
who then lH)k clmrg..- of the chmi ai.e
eeeded ill I racing the ain uu, or opening,
back to a hi. ri objeet hi the ..oBiui
Mle of the Joint. LaWng o)M u the
Heah nt thia point, he found and ro
luoved the I'llciidilig caile, which was
one-half of a Ibitu-ued and miaiapen
bullet. In a few week tbe man was
aide Ui walk with little inconvenience,
and returned home with the pro-jHt t
of peifed rc.toiat.on. Y.wu in this
caae, jugged a wa the bullet, tho
ravity, which was alxuit an inch lu
dimet4 r, waa lined with n lit tu enpa ulc
Attempt to MnrAVr m tVarloii-4Mra niew
narHRt.TV. N. Y.. Keh. ft- Krank Mallow,
anex eonvtct, attempted to murder Warden
John tirren, of the Kinr County nouttea
"ary, and Keeper damea Hughes, on a
Nnsirand avenue horao par about e:W
o'elfaek yesterday jnoming. Tlw wardem
and keeper boarded tha ear eppoait tha
nertMrnitarr Piilltlihff, n IheT nsiinllf d
9, W i"! "WM. t1 wrf fnll,rwvj
KiMaartt by Malion. As aoa as i.recn and
Hughe )T"t seated Halloa pulled two hul I
tteff pistols front his pocked and leveled
Ihrni at the on son oAtctala. Mallrm fired
fmm both m vol vera at the same time, una
nuuet strittina? n arden ren oa the ft.ro
Head and tlaHrnd off, rsmitiff but a slight
Wound. The nthct took effect tn keeneT
HuRhes" right hip, Ititlictiiiff a pain ft '., tin,
not necessarily fatal wound. Heforb Mai
Infl t'ntild lire again the conductor grappled
with him from behind, and Warden Orwea
closed in on him from In front, the two
suceeeiting In oernowertng the would he
munlerer. Mnllon was then conveyed to
the station house, and physicians called to
nresa the wmimls of the injured men.
Mai Ion was released from the penitentiary
nn the "th of laat month, after servtnr
Iwo years' senU-noe, during which time he
had contracted a bitter hatred ler the
I.Vi HlOWvitS l ihti Bfli.
1ttnvii.i.Ki Tenb.. Feb: a For mnnl
Htohths bast the eoltnt-f town, round
About Haahvill" hate beeil thnubled With
ife blowers, and all efforts tr. catch thenl
bare failed. Yr-nenlst Thomait Ailed watf
rMeawd frorri the rumilentiarv. hi term ex
piring. Ur had received a letter which th
authorities inapected, making ah apoint
utent bir laat night. As it waa signed by
James Moor and Jerry Hardin, who had
brrn in the penitentiary with him. and whe
were sent up for safe blowing at Knn,
Tenn.. several years nt he waa followed
and all parties arrested. Hanliu tried tc
eat a letter he hod o him, but was pro
ven too and the letter found disclosed im
port ant secrets of the gang. The police
are alter others, ana it is be he vert will can-
lurr t'-very litemnerof a Hand that Ha takeH
ninny thousands of dollar in the past twt
A PATHETIC CASE.
A Hatband and Wife llnlb Cuuftm In aa
Cnico, Feb. i. The insane asylum at
Indianapolis has confined fur nearly a week
a huatwitd and w'fa whnae pat bet ie story
has Heeh ithpresscd until yeatertla by
fnehds ih that City and Chicago, Tb
couple are Mr. and Mrs, M. W. Kaubb, the
latter the tlauahter of Cyrus Allen, a com-
misaiori merchant here. Kaubb haa until
recently been a dealer in real estate
and extensive stock raiser at Chal
triera, nd. Ifttt Novembwr, during his
almmcd frottl home, tramps euUred the
bouse and what followed Is not pre
ciacly known. It is believed the gang
threatened to murder Mrs, Kaubb if she did
nut d tack va wht're hef hualmttd's money
wns roltrfuilet. Karljr the neat morning
she was found a mile distant, wildly beat'
ing upon the door ef her brother-ih-la'p
house. Hhe was clad eoly in a night dress,
waa numb with cold, and was a raving ma
niac When the husband returned, in an
swer to a telegram, ke brought Mra. Kaubt
to her father's home in Chicago, where ah
waa apparently recovering, when one night
she managed to escape from the house.
Meeting her husband, aha ran
him like a wild beast, biting him
fearfully on tbe hand and shoulder. Koi
a time after the paroxysms she seemed
better1 but the hvk was too much for the
distracted husband and tvVd day lattff ha
became insane. He waa mit violent. Low-
ever, and wan unmolested. Two weeks agd
Kaubbeauscd tbe arrcat of his wife and her
mother for insanity, but dismissed the cast
a few momenta before the trial waa called
and then disappeared. Borne days aubso-
tpiMntly he was discovered in Danville a
physical and mental wreck. Friday be wat
conveyed to Indianapolis, found to be hope
lesftly insane and was committed to the1
asylum, where his wife waa taken the suc
An Honest Ulhoajnapttrr Delard Techr
airmlly 111 1 r.
Kkw Omijuxa, Feb. 5. Tho jury In thf
I'mted State Circuit Court have brought
in a verdict of guilty of printing a counter
feit note against liustav Koechcrt, recom
mend inn him at tho same time to tbe mercy
of the Court, The cum la one of several
known aa the "Itntxiliatl Counterfeit.. " A
man named Whit, who waa in the Coflfed
erule servico, irvnt to Brazil with many oth
ers after the war. While in B null he con
ceived a gigantic plan of counterfeiting the
notes of tbe country. No one w is taken
into bis ennfidenoe bnt his brother, Lucius
White, of Texas, who was urged to do the
work in the L'mted Htales. Lucius was tc
get two stoel plaUa niade, each
representing a aido of a Hnuiliao
bota to be used, It waft Onderatooo
as a label for a cigar box. One plate Wart
made in Hl Ijouis and the other here. A
lithographing Arm one of which Koechert
was a member, undertook the job in good
faith, when the whole thing waa given
away and Koechert and his partner werd
arreatrtl, charged with being counterfeit
era. The jurv declared Koochert auiltv.
It bing shown that he was technically
iruilty of counterfeiting, although acting in
ifif-d faith and having 30 intention to de
fraud the Government. Judge Jiillinga de
clared th.it under such circumstam-ea bt
thought It unjust tn aentei.ee the prisoner,
and said he would await the action of the
President in tho matter. It la thought a
pardoB will be issued.
A Htate fteaator's Kos Huoota Ills Iady
Kt. Lorts, Feb.?. Saturday abmt eight
O'clock, while a number of boys and girli
were sliding at the junction of Twelfth and
Hickory streets, William lavisson, aged
eitfiiteen, a.m of Htate Henalor liaviswm, ap
pnMU'hed the group and called aside a
pretty girl of fifteen named I.uzie
Crogban, 8oko a few words to her, and,
drawing a revolver, II red a shd at
her aud fled. The girl full to the ground
with a bullet tn her left side, and' when a
physic tan examined her later it waa found
tliat she had narrowly escaped death,
though the wound ia not con.d. red fatal,
haviason bad been paying attentions to the
girl and his jealousy whs urn-used because
she had been sliding down hill with an
other boy. He has not yt been arrested.
rakr th H'herls.
If lasorai Citt. Mo, Feb. T. At 7:HI)Kat
urduy night J. C. MeCiiltough.a farmer w he
lives in this vicinity, was run over and in
stantly killed by a Wabkiih freight tram
about 1-aJ yards cait of thu depot.
Ket'ullougb waa under the influence ol
whisky, and be and a neighbor named
William Turner, just previous to the tune
of tho accident were walking nn the
track, when Turner sta'e Ins comrade fell
down on the track and before he could res
cue him from bis (mtiIoub position the en
tire train, composoj of thirty-five cars,
pasM-d over htm. His left leg and arm
were horribly mangled, his neck was brok
en and lie was otherwise injured. Life
was out met when the Ih dy waa picked up.
TrnuM With 1 rM.
Chicago, Feb. S. There are premonitions
of difficulty between Ihe 11 bl others of the
'hicHgo daily papers and the Trograptil
cal Luion, Ttie union haa a-1 v 11 need the
price of comixiiiition fnm thirty-seven cents
per LULU on tho afternoou paer to forty
oents, and 011 the morning pacrs from
forty cents per 1,(10 to forty live cents, and
have given the publishers the noccsaary
thirty days' 110' ice. The publishers de-iiio
to accede to the udvunee and demand that
tbe iiueatiou sIimII bo submitted to arbitra
tion. Thu printer, on tha other h.iud, say
they have lnwii Iteateu twice by arbitr.it 1011,
and tha'. they will not aubiuil their claims
to any such tribunal strain.
No Hueitraaor for t'arnwll.
Chicago, Feb. 7. Justin McCarthy at
tended the Holy Nriuie Cuthedral yester
day morning. He has with him on his
Wcatcrn trip the widow of his brother,
who served galUntly in the 1'nioii army
during the civil war. Tncy ajx iit the day
with Mr. and Mia. (Sullivan. In Ihcevemnif
they attende! ttie r.tplion at Colonel
lietids'. Mr. McCarthy said in relation to
the reiterated statements of the d-uigereiis
condition of Mr. 1'ariH'll's health that while
Mr. J'arnelt lived the Uieu In the Irish
movement would n v r thmk of sd ctii)g a
auci-4-fsaor for huu. When Mr. Kullivun
V 11 uaked Whut opinion pievailed aineitg
troth AiuericMiis a In mt tie Miic.'csHnrrdiii,,
he replied that no friend of the cause would
Cven discuss thu subject.
Iit'iu.ia, Feb. T -Twenty moonlighters
broke intii a farmer s ho 11 so at Mill street,
County Cork, Friday mittit, took itosscBhiun
of the farmer 'a guns and lired liieiu over
the bea4is of the farmer 11 ud Ins family.
They then shaved the hair from the heuilt
cf four daughters because, aa they uilcgcd,
ttie young wunieu had distdtuyod the order
if the IcuKue, prolnbiiuig then, from ftHak
il) it? to Mlic4:meu. At muss iu the church at
Mill Htreet yes'.erduy tho pricat deiiuuuced
aii secret societies In the nui.it scwtiiiiig
terms His utterunces created a great deal
Tho authii ities of Leipsic. ftrrtiiat y,
havu refusift to pui tillt thu pubUi; UitCUUf
OSEFUL A NO SUGGESTIVE.
Tlefter thnii speedy tndtem twt
walkirg horst-a. Hrfcm Huml.
J. II. Thilltpa stole ft hog near Tal
twt ine, Tex., rvcentlv. and wan aen
UMierd lo two yeatw In tho penitentiary
for the offense, "
Whether pricea lie tip or dnwn
prime mutton sheep are nlwnva salable,
and nt jgtuA pftrex. Thn titarketa are
never !tipplied with choico mutton.
An rxm'riiuenter aaya one pound of
nil c.tke U cijital t4 threo ounds tf
corn meal, or nine Kund of w bent
bntiii or ten poiiiul.4 of timothy or clo-
fer hitr. Cnirrtyfl tftttiftirit.
Pop Overs: Take four cupful of
tloitr. four egg, four cupfuls of milk, a
piece of butter the sixe of a small hen'i
egg. m'dtetl, and oite-lutlf tettsptHinful
of mIl Baku In small tins. Toledo
There la nothing better for thn
manure heap than aonpmd. It pre
vent. firr-fatignig, rreil.t thn fcapc
of volatile urtlter nnd h:i.-lenclieniieitl
ehangea nnd lec(mHiiition. A Imny
A ttlutt fellflf 1 tl-ttth to milk 01
errant, bttf It see 11 w InijHrHsibln tc
Hitind It Into (Ik hendrtof some jieople.
Mont butler Ift ruined Ity bnd cellarr
and caves tlutil fmnt any other cau!
on the f n nn. Vm'nV Fanner.
Condensed milk 1 ntade' prlticlpnb
It In lSwitcrlniid. Thetu are 1 . 1 K
(MK head of cattle in the Kcpuhlic,
rather more than one-half of w hich nrr
cms. The i-nt yield t.tRKJ.OOO gnllom
of milk per milium, which Is north, on
ttimte.T'7,(nni,ijn(). Vhicntjo MnU.
In Ho other country In the worhl
are the feathers of the h.tf nyatfl fowb
so rockier-sly waited a our own. In
France no part of the fowl Is wasted,
nnless, M'r!iap, tt ho the liittntiues.
The feet and heads nru tieil at tin
ehenjMr tettfltirniiU to give Itody U
their a-iiips, etc. Vinrinnati Times.
Pork ritkfl Without Eggs: Om
pound fat ork chopm-d line; mtir ot:
one pint fouling Water, one cupful o!
molasses, two of sugar, one cupful ol
raisins, one of currants; cinnamon
cloves, alsplco nnd nutmeg to taste
flonr to make stiff enough for cako
taaspsNUiful of sialn; Is good withoui
fruit.- The Jhunrhohl,
My 1 lowing under it mm when it
is full of sup ami witter it very rapid U
decays and enHi'hes tlm soil, when it
is not plowed until the plant hits be
come matured it will have a tomb-net
to cure nnd turn into straw, nnd it wil
consequently take it n long while U
sutllciently decay to become n fertiltxui
ami be in a eomlitioti to Ikj taken ut
by the toil. JV. E. Fanner.
Iron Is an important part of tht
blood, giving it ita red color, but thu
does no necessitate taking solution rf
Iron for health. Alt well-tleveloperi
vegetation contains some iron. It if
tho coloring matter of green leaves.
In soils from which every trace of iron
has beiu re mo veil seeds will gtrmi
11 ate, but they will be wTttte. Poiirinfi
a solution of coppiras or sulphate ol
iron on tho soil will change the lei. vet
to a dark-green color. JimUm Bui
It is Inipossibln to know whetbei
you have made a profit unless account
aro kept. Charge thu hens with all
thf food allowed, And nl so interest on
capital invested. Credit them with nil
sales and for that used In the faniilv-
The difference will lm the profit, miles
you wth to charge, for your lit bur, the
value of which dl'jfemU uHin how much
it was worth to you at the time. A
large flock cost lens for lalxir than a
smaller one:, but iu families wherr
small flocks aro kept for pleasure f
well ns profit the labor U not estimated.
How fttorm - Skirt. Vat Caltarottf an
llunnets Can He Mad Cheaply.
The long u liters, clonks ami wrapt
nfw worn, nil hough not tio jaunty in
effect us short jackets, serve two pur
poses. They keep out thn cold wintei
air and enable one lo save their lel
dress skirts from the miro aud mud ol
the streeU. One tbo'a wear 011
stormy day will destroy thn freshness
of a new gown nnd so bedraggle: tin
lining that a new one may be found
neccRsnry. Many women who art
obliged to 1h out iu all sorts of wenthei
have Tory sensibly provided themselves
with n atoim-skirt. This is penerullj
made of some woolen material aud it
short, ao there is no need to hold It 11 f
in crossing from one pavement to an
other. It is fHced inside a half yard
deep with rubber an old goKsamet
waterproof w ill be found useful for thf
purMi!e and the mud Ih then eusih
removed w ith a wet sponge. This skirt
may be made tpitte presentable, nnd
when worn with a pretty basiiue, neat
collar aud cutis will not be fouud ob
jectionable. Three-eighths of fur will mnko n pret
ty neck niulller, and will Im found
most comfortable during tho winter
months. It will jtmt go around the
neck, nnd fasten lu front by the aid nl
two riblHiiis or a large hook aud eye.
This is at present the most fushionnhl:
kiud of fur collar. (Iruy stpiirrcl,
heuvor, Kussinn hare, and other cheap
and pretty kinds may lie pure based foi
frmu lifty cents to two dollar a yard,
and this makes the price lor three
lengths come within ihe reach of al
most every one. A yard, two 1 in bet-
Hi-lo, will make a mutF to go with U11
A neat little lionuct, according to the
prevailing mode, mav be made out ol
almost nothing, ns regiinlH outlay in
money. A piece of material like otic'
li-crt or jacket, or malehing eilber one
11 color. Is nil that is needed for a
foiiml ition. This nhoiihl be put over
an old or new iMiunet friimt' and ar
ranged iu folds or soft Irregular pleath
going from the back to the front.
Large loop of the same material miide
into a Imw for the front will give Ihe
Jiuinhing touch, or ribUm may lie used,
of course, if one can Milord it. Abut
of this description was made Iiv? other
day out of two gores of an old dark
blue silk parasol, aud the bow in front
was made of thick, heavy garnet silk,
the lining of the same partuwd. Another
almost as pretty was of soft brown
merino ornamented with loopmgs of
pnle-bltiit giiu.e- the gauze once a
summer veil and waMietl and 11 until
iuto renewed beauty.
A lovely litiln imNrtcd Itoniiet seen
at the opera tbe other evening was
copied ultnobt exiu'lly by a clever young
lady at the small cot of f l.uo. it wiin
a little princess, made all of dove-gray
tulle arranged In little tufts iu front
and Uncly shirred over the crown, nud
w is tied under the roy chin if the
wearer with short full pieces of the
tulle. A little clu.-der of pale pink
rosebuds nestled under the gauze In
front. The young lady purchased a
frame for 20 cents, and two yards ol
tulle for t, a little cluster of iiiohi
rose for VA cents and n silk lining for
8 cents. Then she ant down, and first
covered the crown with a bit of gray
silk, which cot H cents more. Aipiatv
ter of a )nm of tulle was used to cover
the, imIL iu line pleats, unit the how for
Ihe front and the frill about the face
took Ip the remainder. The entire
when completed lmikil very dainty.
This saiuu iHinnet could In) made iu
white, pale green, yellow or any other
of the colors now bo tuuuH itt ttsldou.
foil ft PEOPLE.
he Medeaty and'r'ntlVneasothAera'ca
Thfra Is such ft gentleness of demean
or among the portion of the population
of Vienna, proorly cnllcd German,
that one wonders how tho Hnpsburgs
who belonged to thn same class, could
ever have acquired their bud reputation
for cruelty and oppression. Tho Vienna
burgher li as modest In dress an quiet
In manner. His clothing is of plain
hiufM-iftl; stlltstHittiftlly but not showily
mm Ui. lie riirply WPnh the tall silk
hat, which is considered psnoiftlal Us ft
fin! sheil personal ensemble in London
and Paris. A round-topped felt hat
contents him The young womatt of
the middle aud lower c hisses essnys a
er(nlti fnrpietry In attire, which shows
(hat slie" has aspiration In (lie direction
of frmai ta,nr net always successful,
Hhe has not the poise ol hend and the
graceful bust common among thn Noting
women of raris, nor the same skillful
modiste to lit thereto nent and tasteful
garments. About ft bust that Is never
that of a Venus, constrained within
corset not entirely artistic, she closely
draws a ho. pie, or waist of material not
too judiciously selected, and often It Is,
ftlns, too evident made by her own econ
omical aud unskillful fingers. Itut
whether the daughter of a pretty burgh
er or a shop girl she excels in manner
and wstfl the young women of Worth
(fcrtnnny. (She has piuunnt wnvs. Hhe
Converses without embarrassment,
greeting the stranger kindly and bid
ding him adieu at purling. It sounds
(tieer, this rrench word "adieu, hourd
everywhere among all classes through
out Austria and Bavaria. One Wonders
when it could have come In and bow it
conhl have become so universally dis
seminated, for it is heard alike in city
streets nnd lonely inns among the
mountains. Albert Hutliffe, in Han
G ENERAL "sCOTT.
Ills Wonderf-d aneettaa and Faith fill nea In
the Mr. a trail War.
His victories have never received the
credit justly duo them on account of
the apparent case with which they were
gained. The student of military his
tory will randy meet with accounts of
battles in any age whero the actual
operations coincide so exactly with the
orders issued upon the evo of conflict
as In the official reports of the wonder
fully energetic and successful cam
paign in which General Scott with a
handful of men renewed tho memory
of the conquest of Cortes, in his tri
umphant march from Vera Cruz to the
capital. The plan of the battle of
Orro Gordo waa so fully carried out in
action tiiat the oflieinl report is hardly
more than the general orders translated
from the future ten so to tho past The
story of ChnpultcHMJ has the snme ele
ment of the marvelous in it. The gen
eral commands apparent impossibilities
in the closest detail on one day, and
tho next day reports thnt they have
been accomplished. These suceeu)es
wero not cheaply attained. The Mexi
cans, though deficient in science and
in military intelligence, fought with
bravery ami sometimes with despera
tion. The enormous percentage of loss
In his army proves that Scott was en
gaged In no light work. Century.
The Karaite Jew.
Borne months ago the nntive Jews of
tho Crimea asked permission of the
Ministry of tho Interior to embrace the
doctrines of the Karat me s (Caraites)
ami become iucorimrntcd in the com
munity of thnt sect iu tho peninsula.
The reply of the Government was that
for their part they saw 110 objection;
but, as the matter ooly partially con
cerned them, the petition had been for
warded to the religious chief of the
Russian Karaimes, the great Clinch am
of Eu pa tori a (Mr. Pampoulow). This
per hi ago, being unwilling to decide
tho question on his own private author
ity, issued a circular demanding the
opinion of all tho Kami man communi
ties established In tho provinces of
Tau rid a and Kherson. The unanimous
reply of all tlieso bodies, including
that of Odessa, is said to bo in the
negative, and supported, among oiher
reasons, by reference to the charter
granted to the Karaimes by Catherine
II., which stipulated that tho rights
therein accorded were on the express
condition uf not admitting Israelites
who accepted the Jalniud Into the
Kami man community. hovotti.
Kindly old ladv What's the mut
ter, little boy? Little boy (crying bit
terly) I lost fi' cents. Kind old lady
(gmne him a nickel) Well, here is
(ive cents more for you, dou't cry.
How did you lose it? Little boy (feel
ing bet Ler) I lost it pitchiu' pennies.
A Chinese lady with a two aud
one-half inch foot is to be seen at a
dime show in New York. V. Y. Sun.
Raptor, Hi-Mel, or Hernia,
permanently cured or no pay. The worst
caaea ffuaramienL Pamphlet and rofereneea,
iu cents in stamps, w orm's iJispensary
Medu-a. AssociaUun, OH Maiu BU, buffalo,
Turns la nn place like home, ea peel ally
If It's the home of four best mirLHL
Bmneif CnAwaaa o WaATnea are tro-
dnetive of Throat Piaeaasa, Coughs, Colds,
ate. Tbera la no mora ffectuaJ relief ia
these diseases to tw found than in the uso
of baown's baoacuiAL Tkocuss,
Bus waa a very pert miss onoe, but mar
riage tamed nor and a lis is an cx-perk
Mti chant TremUr.
Kxfiosioss of Couirhinir are stopped by
Male's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache ins Cum in one. minute.
"Hcnmnn snuff" ia a handsome now
color not to be sneezed at N. Y. Lmi(tr.
Ir atnintnd with Hora Fvm nae Tr. tsaae
Thompson's Eye Watar.UruttgisU sell iLli&o.
The ink-bottle is one of tbe most ln-dlp-peu-dunt
things known. Jtrrvhamt Tratxlrr.
Tni hess eoueh medicine Is Plan's Curat
fit CavusuiniUuo. bold everywhere. 'iJo.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
Kansas city, Feb k
CATTLE Whipping1 ftet-ra ,..IM
Nittivc vf ... H TTi h S a
HiiKhiTH al.i-n, ... SUM (9 S
HOOR lootl lo clum ti heavy, i W (f, 5 l!V
W UK AT--No. K n-d ?l vft iU
No. 4j(t HO
('l)HN -No. it Ml ')
OATS -No, S i.Ut" Ifi'i
l V B- No. -li 4h
Kuney, pr aack. . I Ui t I
HAY-New J Ul A ? JiJ
BlITTKIt 1 'hoiee en'iuiifry . . IM t
CHKKSK-Kull ereuui 13 6
K(H;H i'heli'O VI ttfi i
liACtlN-llum . lu its lu1,
Kliotilib rs 5 61 1V-,
Hulca.. . 0 nh 6
fi.fl A TtlKS .. U ki 45
. BT. LiMJIS.
CA'rri.K-HliiiiDinii steers li v 4
llnUUera kUira.... 8 10 r 4 l
HiXIS I'iMkin . . (m s l
HHKI-.l'-l-'uir locbuice 4 W (0 4 TO
FUil.'H c'tioiL-e am a w
WHr.AT No ttnd si fr M,
COUNNo. s SI h M't
oats-no. tt rw ITT -
HYK- No. H 61 fcK!,
nl"ITl-.l(-Oreiiierir IM aft ti
fOKU 18 VJ 4 11 n
rATTf-K-Hhlppintaterrs. ... W 6 S M
Him iH--l'arMii.)r iiiithiiitiin.. I J
HMKKF-K itr lo o:.oi,' I UI 6 4 fti
KIi('K-Vlutir wheat I 00 ki 4 10
WIII'.AT Nu. V red 7S Ui is,
CHlltN-Nu I '' M 1
(1A1T4 -No t a 'i
UVI'.-So.t ... U u M
111 1vl'i:tt Cn-amvry tt H Kn
HOHK II A u II itt
CA'm.K-4V'u to prtutu.. 4)0 Q dsn
HouHiiH.rrKvtM.ir t ai u ( eu
KI-Ol'K-HiSfU torUuics. IW 4 M 1
WHKAT-No. 14 M-V4 W
i-HlltN-No.S ' t
OA'I'J H'valDim suliwd s7 8
HU'lTlCit-Crcauicry an ft W
4ona m u w t)itMi
TTse after, each meal Beott's F.muls'ml
With tlvponlTospirrtee. It Is as palatable s
thilk, nnd easily ditfeated. The rapidity
With which dnltenta pv.pW' tmprevs with
Ita os rs Wonderful. Use it and try your
weight. As ft remedy for Crtnsnrnptif!
Throat aJTeetlong (md' IrrOnchitliL rt is tm
eiiualeil. I'lense read: "I Osed itcett'sf
Ktnulsion in a child eight mof.t ( ftM wiih
good result. He galtird four pound tJ ft
very short Uiasv' Tuo. 1'kim, kL D.,
A maw msy hsta a great head from
ether than intellectual eanisee. Jtotum
wmild be m truthful name to give tn Dr.
Piercp's "(iwaden Medical Discovery," the
tuost rffltWcH. us medicine yet d Iseovered for
arresting tha earl v davelopment of pulmo
nary disease Hut 'nnaamption cure
would not sufficiently Indlruta the tenpe of
Its influence and usefulness. In alt tbe
many diseases whi.-b spring from ft da
rangemftnt of the liver and blood the u Dis
covery" is a safe and sure speotfla Of all
lira la sherV but rt Isn't half se short as
oma men are all tbrovgb life. Y. V. Jmdt
ptmUni. A City of Beaatlfnl Woman.
Detroit, Mteh., Is noted for Its healthy,
handsome ladies, which tho leading phy
sicians and druggist there attribute to the
Enneral use and popularity of Dr. starter's
Vsar young people show their age. The
old ones know how to bide it. Y. 0. i"(ea
iraas. Tna advertisement of tbe old reliable es
tablishment, The Htorr and Harrison Co.,
raiiifmviue, tino, apmara in inia issue, 01-
iering nower and vegetable seeds, roses,
plants, grape Vines, fruit and ornamental
trees. They are running one of the most
Complete nurseries in the world, and issue
a large, attractive catalogue which they
win man you ipos on application, lliey
have no traveling agents, and am only re
sponsible for orders sent direct (live them
a trial andaavedealera' wiiuussMua. They
Wnaa yon swear off swear off swearing
at the same time. It never wilt be missed.
TMadilpfkiS Call ,
Hnw oftbx is the light of the household
clouded by signs of melancholy or irrita
bilityon the part of the Itwlies. Yet they
are not to be blamed, for U.v are the re
sult or ailments Peculiar to that sex, which
men know not of Hut the cause may be
removed and Joy reatored by the use ef Dr.
Pierce's ''Favorite Prescr.ption," which,
aa a tonic and nervine for debilitated wom
en, is certain safe and pleasant. It Is be
yond all 00m pare the great healer ot women.
Thb lost cause her better hairs axons
for not coming boms earlier. JferrAaal
pRirm.v Asn Hittkhs Is an unfailing
cure for all diseases originating In biliary
derangement caused by the malaria ol
miasmatic countries. No other medicine
now on sale will no effectually remove the
disturbing element, aa at the same time
tone up tho whole system. It is sure and
safe in Its action.
BITTERS WILL CURE
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND OVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
TK Genuin. as. Trad. Mark u4 cnawd Had
liBC Ml wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
-V'- 't J". J". .M'. If,
LTDU K. riNKHAH'8
a a PMltlvt Our
Tt win ears Bttrair ta wt
plaints, all Ovarlaa irotiblaa. laXamroalAaa au UV
ovnuoo, muni oa l-TlaiBiaata, and Dm mi
uant Spinal ttii ni. an la r nr'j airjjtii
wUI fUaaolvaand npat toam ft-oca tha tTtanai
ulanU, ai.tt i-r-llrTra paka w
II fort Rlfiallng-, llm.lau-ri, fiarfotu rtotatratloa. 0a-
f the at-tmav-ta.
jral Ivlrlllly. Rjn-rj
r.iT-r drirrs cani Bain. a-eSfet ar.tf
a and indie-
'7 rr mavnwnl i r
Gnvtpmu i ruisipa-r4.Pri, L tus ttauiaa far $T
a nunHr alUMld b trilaoot LTDIA M. rT-VrWSTf
luw mn 1 1 ua inty gars epaatltaatbaa. bin wsm tj
ry'r jte, jt.
Ta. at aa aaraal aVaMaj far Car r
all dleasM(aw4 br aaj a.rBjaieat of
la Urrr, KMarya, SUaura an Bowrls.
Urspfaala, 8kk Headaraa, Cmtiaujoa.
Rllloa Coaiplalat aaa Halarlasfall klada
jkM reaall tota awseeat talacanof
1 1 V
II la atrataat to la laaU, Um a, ta.
sjstca. nators aaa mtnii h.slta.
It Is parrlj Vnjrtablc, aa eaaaol laU to
pro. txiaraelal, aoth ta .Id aad foaag.
Aa a Wood Parian It I Mprrlor ta all
otaira. Hold ercrywkfr al 1.00 a bottl.
nnri linn innnn
i.Hr-fl ji nni m rTTa a
v.. win. ur..iii . Vr t iv ,
Oimm Miff mt omet
COLD In HEAD
Injurious Drugt and
OfftmMM odor. i
a Tnirl-U appltiHl lain farh nnattit aint Uagra'ts
a u. frt'-e fa . m t.j mall r at 1ruaiiUia.iyt-i,d for
Iretilar. KLX auuTlihtW, DrutUtuu, Uwegu. U.t.
THB ORBA.T ENQLlbU BalMalD'S
.t U.U. an. I1II.111M. M.. m. ha Emn;
it ar yi i m 1:1 irr
OaflJ ' FRUITooORNAMENTALTREES GRAPE VINES
,-.r--"". ZSfS: iJTfZSZ I iv"aCae.0"!!Hoij8e3
THE 8TORRS tt
Why did the Women
of this country use over thirteen million cakes of
Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? -
Buy a cake of Lenoand you will soon understand why,
IIGKESl AWARDS OF MEDALS
tm aarcaiH A rwra
i rnrtorval W h Tah'IHS'
fjr rriT atnf ijr hT 0 hn '
mi if i
C'l-V'JVTI.' :.T..... r..r imllar mn.fum anm.
rt ""-"tO'lr '
Sua.it iv tall !" All -traaO-.
A Good Music Teacher
WILL VII THI 5eT
T" Is ao aiMMM ""nM .
Rlcbartlsoa's Jew HiM lor Die Pianoforte-
Sales nwrlr iitii0c.Pi' JJl"SLlt HS'LIT
sust evrrera 1 laitmcUwa buvtwi rih .
Sines -ha a4ren of " "r";'." 'IlTI'Tlt
Isr.t matfut-TjiM hats txrt pniilih-l. sua aaT aa.
ainMisrMUfaw. l'rs-aiinMii aaiona thmm ac
New England Couerutoi Metbotf.
(Petes St, or In aart. eaeh Sliftt and
httf ICIWliC PilM SdWtl. Pre.
Tha flrat NvS (T Sart lb Inip-wtsM WfVrmtrJ
ef lti 'at Cxnawn -rrr. ami ih aaawatf baa SOI
iBtTMUMl;, swlalr oa its wi smi las.
Far Row Ortaii. riai-kft He ""sli S
for SiithsT'r. w inutu a Mimi'triB
r Vtnllaw l,ilninn'ii Mi-thml.
fr ri-tl- guntor' f'ltn aelrool
- i Hilar, ( tiriis, Mtlli1 --
r-r Cnni.a A nit Method - -
rV -rmrU ril. lr I .. fTl V
Jlr4ot-aa mm Pla-, " Wir,n.
It C 0 rtu a-ri AH '' call"! li-Us
Mwaoda. MaJlad for HeUaM Vtu.
LYON HE ALT, CHICAGO,
ot ivfh uiTsog CO- a-wtea-
THE OKtT not
Tlr-Toas lhHKAI THanJyiO.
MApiaiiUi lnHtHrtioti, Iek aT
Btrr-oa-in ann iiiaa .wnm
intair eurw; tHinrm, ui"
iaa ana mfrwrm i-jit '
an 4 mbpIIm Brain row or.
LADIES K-r'Vav'-f i
thf roanpUttoa. rraanaat ttmpla at untajrl'.
laonlrvt4 t tha inrularllf of Ike oriatnal. V
Mariaaant-irM Oaini ai, AHD But.
Omr Conatlp.tlan,Lta Of mulaint and Sl"
Hnadaeba. Bampla Pa and Praam Book a
ballad ea raeijt aflwoevntala poatac. g
Ht DR. HAKTtER WfOlCIME COMPANY ,
kiik i,rotiTATiois) IN laaa.
CLYDESDALE and I
Wm hmrm thf t.Am.RWS
and HOT t allJ.KlTlO.-f
In thn t'nitert Hiaura. I.
cluttlna thn wlnrTa of U
pr.-iDlttm laat fall.
1'iii-v ruiMlpraic, Terms
OALDnAIIII DnUdif f
Srcadcra and Imporlr
I Aataat (Merchant imty wanttH In rnr lows (of
AHhoach 1 waa partus ts-aUW una l.UU fur air Insd
tn( Scbrarid. ray sales ara ssnr than twentf-Sf t
tloiea aa lanra alnee I put In fotir'Tanall'a I'uneh
as near. I oould ma bars bslloved it- Voura rs
pectfullr. WM. M. Dai.s, Dminrlil, rtilesci.
Ad4rass B. W. TAJfSILl : CO.,
attoaid meet the ern f
A ii k una K senrei at-
Vio I'B.tJfiHK ai, I'AINS, er any or int
S'RAKNK.iSR Womttn irtrii miicli af
flletMt wltli, alia ran h-srn hoar to curs
hcraeKof tVipin, wMUJ aalUns alrtntta
suit a health? ct-'tT at am a Univ. by
Biall-l.vrnTTiXO t-T thia a 1rirtlfnif nt ami pin
nine it en a ahoelti papar,auil induaiua 14 witbaaf
aalifrfna. 11 lt0 .
11UMK1 NRATtfrVr ASSfMltTIOBf,
itu.lS 1'aacieuMLliLlTiraLO.M. If.
RELIABLE MAN WANTED
IH ITIHT OPNTV TO SSLL Tata
VULCAN MOWER KNIFE GRINDER,
A ra4-laMBaaea)lH, and lata liaat. Will
Sto ojunif r i til fr- of rhara-o lo tha rtuht aian.
pvly prom pi) r ami tat what ron can do. I"n'l
wrtia an!'. T" mean !iilna. AJAI SI AN t'a
fAlM taiMU COM PAN Y, P IttabursA, Fa
I our 1887
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY
TOH THE ClARDENERrTHF FARMEH AND THOSE.
2rsX-Wntt?fi'?, SAW FILERS
J;".' Hsnri. Bip, Buu tHT. Burk, ITunlnii anU nil
kli1l of t-awn, ao they cut heller than ovnr. Twi
J11" fr tor Svl. llluatrau-il circalam riiEB. Ad
Uass at. HUTU A fiUU hBW OAJruitu, i'tino.
GRIND your own Bona,
UIAIIIU riusr tanrl (am
Min'B I'aientl. IOO mr
TEED HILLS. I'lrn-lln i i TfUlrtumUU ri,,
a appllcaiiuo. VtlUMtM ttKOaV, JCatatua, Paw
Plan'a Rmwt fnv Pjai-i4i
is uw n
aM.ts I f
Bust, Kaaiaat to Uaa, and ChavTtwaU
Hold hv llrnarvnirta nr asm. h mall
vo a. iiawuiM, v arrun, i
?e want youi trrrv
I prrafftabla rnplorriMmt to rnrw'i ua In Tiry
CUU1117. wiatj aj.n ar ntduin avnu ainrnaxa, or a.
CoMmlaaUm on Mtloa If jkr-forrwt. rlt rlnrlS-
bui uinaua iaa, uuoiuji aunav
EN SI ON
0fflirrs par, bounty pro-
curtxi; aai-tra ralleveslt
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