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VOL. VI. NO. 43
LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 80, 1892.
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I f M 1 0 I IS IN i ff M - ' W !
JbL JL JL JI J X JL JL JL V JL Ja J L v JL 4 JL ..x . -
THE PEOPLED BANK
Cash Capital, - $50,000.00.
Deposits secured why individual
Liability or over
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars.
I)o-B a Konornl bnnkliis liiiHlncfii. I'nrelRii
Dniriii und 8tciiliinlilp Tickets for Hiilo lit low
OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House.
LAWltKNCtt A. Cut.Vl It, President.
UhoitGi: W. 1'ui.f.i S, Vice 1'icsl.
L. A. Uui.vi it, J i., cashier.
THE FIRST BANK
of i,og ax, oirro.
Qfllce Hours fioni !) u. in. to 3 p. m.
Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000.
John ll'alhcr, J'resideut.
Chan. U.Jioiven, Cashier.
IneNn jjpiiernl bunking IjiikIiioss, rpithos
dnuiisltH, (llstuuutHpuiiLi, ami bujs ttiul bells
fJflP-llANK In Lontinl room In the .Tunics
CI. W. BKEIIM.
Attorney-at-Law and notary Public,
Collections ofl'lalnis, Kotos mill Accounts
Moitiiujjis, Lenses, Contracts, l)u ds, WIIK
II-i luuilc's I.iriis, Ac, iliuun nml aiknoul-4-d;cd.
I'liltlllou or binds-, Douei, I'oicclos
iiroorMortKinsisiiml I,k ns attended to. Ali
(trm'tdor'lltlu tarnished. 1'iolmto lluslncss,
Kale or bunds by I,icutois, tliiiliilhtintors,
tliuudliilis, Assignees in Tittsttcs, anil tlieli
kicimntsitiid .Settle meat pieiuiud.
Attorney-at-Law & Notary Public.
OIUcc, Second I'loor, James Mock.
Itoom foi nioi 1 on nploil bj the Into Julius
.litint is 'lltlis, Colin t Ions nmdc, 'sold ici
Claims mid l'robiitcCouit buslines pioMiut
ttl, Moiibukis, Ht ill anil Clint (el Ml II leu lip
ill fm t.ill tmslnisspoitiilnliip; to the uoics-
HANSEN & SMITH
A T T O It N i: V S - A T - 1. V. 11
Olllo hiioiuI rioin CdlllllS llllll U, t.O'llll,
O. '.'Minis No .1 A 1
S. 11 BRW HT.
Oltlie Scconil 1 loin Collins llloik, Hoiiin"
I'viii II. lit'i r.H us.
Oflica In .Iiiiik s llloek,
t)or Hist llinlv
JOHN P. WHITE,
Notmy l'ublle nml Iiistlto of IV.uc. O.lh
HkvuiiI htoryof Jiimes Hlock.
0. W. H. WRIGHT,
ATTORNEY -AT- LAW.
OtTkvhcioml I'loor McC.iilli llloik 1 mill,
Z. V. RANEY,
Ollkeovii ltochcstei Sous' Moiu,
Teeth Extracted Without Pain !
Teeth Inneilwl on iiiIjUui nml nittul plates,
and all woilc wiuninlcil.
H. Gl. CAMPBELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Oftlte oho tlnoi West ol ltoilii.stu'h
More, I.i))!nn, O.
J. H. DYE,
l'llXSWIAX 0 SUHGEOX,
Olllccnml Hesldcnco with 1)1. Jiunes Little,
Main Street, 1-onn, 0.
W J). MASspiELDT"
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Makes a specialty of all Chronic
and Constitutional JJUeu&es and
Diseases peculiar to Women.
G. -W. DOLLISON.
l'hlslclait 0 Surfeon..
Visits the sick day nml nlKht hon called
upon, Kpctlnl ntteiition paid to hick chil
dren, nudthrnnla diseases. Olllco In DollUon
Illock, M. rcHldcnco Is on Mnln St. ninr
,trcetInillnK to the depot, wlicie I will be
louiul nt night.
For Sound Indemnity,
Prompt Adjustment oj Losses',
and LO WEST It A TEScall on
j. ?. m
Ceneral Insurance Agent.
Successor to Canty & Pilcier.
DollUon Ulook, Lognii, 0.
ThodolioolflininlmiK of Hocking Count v.O
wjllm.ctuttho UNION M'HOOI. HOUhI:,
n thoKlHhTnnU Till KU But iikIiij Bni tli
month, nt It o'olook A. M eNttpt Jnnuuty,
July and AiiKiist.
TentliniinlnlHorBooiI charneloi Mill bu re-
iQuircu uj mace iiiiaiiitwii in uiu t.wniu
J. W. I'lMNO, See i
i . M. ioitnim,
R. R. WORK & SON
llnve in stock the largest and finest stock of goods in the
House Furnishing- goods, llai'dwrrc, Tin and Copperwuro
&c. The Imperial Plow is steadily gaining favor wherever
used and is a good one; lower in price this season than
ever before; childrens carriages, tricycles, bicycles, pumps
tfce. We are thankful for the generous patronage- of the
people of Hocking and it will be our earnest endeavor to
please our trade, at all times, both in price and quality.
Come and look through our stock.
Pi. P.. WORK cEs SQIST.
Against Fire and Lightning, In one of the following Go's.
Continental, Ameiieun, Conneticut,
Tcutoniii, Fireman's "Fund, Korlhern,
ltoyal, Noi Hi Biitinh nutl Jlcueaiitilt1
FOR LIFJ INSURANCE,
In the jMicjhi?an Alutual of Dctioit, iMieli.
In the Provident Fund of New Yoil:. Against Cyclones. In the
Conneutieut of Jl.utfoul.
Insure with W. V. JfcCR AY,
Room No. 0. Up St.iirs.
nr i o ivti Bis
a t n h
Sk Ak. jut. Ak
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Keep constimtly od hand ti full line of Family
Groceries and Provisions of till kinds.
Highest Market Price paid for
All Goods sold at
East Main St.
Athens Pi eshytery met at Rev
eily, O., ii il 12, 1S')2. The open
in"; sermon was pleached by the
Rev. Park V. Tajlor, fiom Rom.
V:C. Rev. II. W. llulbeit was
chosen Modeintor, and Pi of. Wm.
iroover and Rev. Tlnimas Tiirnbull
Temporary Clerks. The attendance
of Eldeis was largo.
F. Moiton Smith was ordained
and dismissed to the Piesbyteiy ol
Oakland, Cal., Licentiate F. II.
Shedd was dismissed to the Pres
byteiy of Whitowatei, and ciiiuli
dtitoll. M. Williaai, to the Pies
bytery of Madison.
The Stated Cleik wa& instructed
to send a ciicttlar letter to church
sessions upon the sunject ot ses
sional recoidi. and the submission
of such recoids to Presbytery.
Rev. R. 1). Love accepted the call
of the Galiipolis chinch, and hit
installation set for April 21 st.
Intel esting leports were made
upon Home anil Foitin Missions,
and Aid for Colleges.
l.ov. R. C. Slewatt was elected
Prehbyterial Mibsionary, to take
the place of Rev. C. IS, Taylor. His
salary was fl.ed nt .7(10, and his
work to commence May 1st. Revs
Paik W.Taylor and 1). L. Clmp.n
were appointed c.wwnineis to Lane
Rov. Cluis. R. Taylor was chosen
commissioner to the General As
sembly with Rev. Hi nry Fulton as
his alternate; and Prof. Win
Hoover was chosen lay-commissioner
with E. J. Copeland, M. D.,
as his alterunte.
The Qunuiul Assembly will meet
in tho city of Portland, Oregon,
Thursday, May tilth, 1M12.
An inteiestinc; hurvico was held
on Wednesday evening in memory
of ministers: L. N. Woodruff, E.
Vincent, Win Addy, A. A. .limeson
and A. Kingsbury, deceased since
tho hibt stated meeting. Addresses
were mado by tho Rov.s, W. aV
.Powell, Dayjd R, Moore, 'l M.
H ike SV
Olilcc, Collins IJnikiliif,',
fi .If H V M VI 1 II M M
II if . Til
M., X. M Wt V 'nJt O
Stejihenson, and II. W. Ilnlbeit.
C A. Cable and T. C. Flannigan
ueie le-elected tiustees, and
(Jhailos Newton was elected to
take tho place of C. K. Weils,
Licentiate J. R. Monfoi t w as r
ceived fiom the Piesbyteiy of
Rev. Vinet Taylor, and Eldeis
.1. R. Sheldon and R. I Lambert
w i le appointed to look altei the
Centieville chinch piopeity, and
J. R. Monfoi t to look after piop
eity in the hounds of the Decatur
Rev. 11. II. Caultcr was gianted
the libeity of labia ing outside the
boundH of the Piesbyteiy until the
next stated meeting.
The Woman's Ptesbyteiial Mis
sionary Society held an inteiesting
mooting dining tho sessions of
Ptosbytery and leported 11G12S.10
niisedfor vaiiotis benevolent ob
jects dining tho past year.
The committee on Tempeiance
presented an able leport, with ies
olutions which wore adopted, and
aie as follows:
1. We condemn the liquor ti allies
as the gieat over-shadowing curse
of our nation and of neaily all civ
ilized ami many barbarous nations.
2. Wo believe that as Christian
cltiions wo ought to testify by
wotd and act against this unspeak
!!. We earnestly urgo our ininist
ei s to preach against the traillc in
intoxicating drinks, against tho
sin of drunkenness, and aleo
against tho sin of having fellow
ship with these works of datkness
and of falling to roprovo them.
1. In view of tho fact that the
liquor power is entrenched in our
politics Stato and National wo
earnestly exhoit Christian citizens
to a tlioughttul and prayerful e.x
oiciso of tho right of .suffrage, with
an eyo to tho glory of God, and the
cleansing of our country from the
guilt of neruiitting, jf not fostering
tltis and kindled cuises by our
5. Wenpp"iovb tho work of the
Permanent Tcmpeiryico (Commit
too of our Opne"tal"AsoivR5ly, tho
W. C. T. U., and other similar or
ganizations, and lccomtncud our
ministers and people to earnest co
operation with them.
G. We urge tho use of tho ptito,
unfermented '""rult of tho vine" m
the Lord's Supper in our ehuiches.
7. We welcome the coopci.itiou
of tho ladies of a number of our
churches in promoting tho Temp
erance u oik in them by pledge-
signing aijd distiibution of iileia-
tuie, as pletlged publicly in their
8. Wo beteby petition tho Ohio
Legislature to pass the Rawlings
County Option RIM.
!). Wo lespectlully petition the
l". S. Congress hereby against the
substitution of the licensed liquoi
traillc for l'loliilu'tion in Alaska.
10. We lospecllully petition the
U. S. Coiigtess heieby to condition
lutther apptopii itions to tho Col
umbian Exposition on the closing
ot (he Exposition on Sunday and
the leftisal of poi mission to sell in
toxicating liquids on the giounds.
11. We lieieby oveiture tho C!en
eial Asst't.ibly torfWil its' iiiiltt
once for piesei ving I'lohilntion in
Alask'i, and preventing .Sabbath
bieaking and liquor selling at the
Idr. M.usdeti, a nalie of Alaska
was leceived under the cue of the
Pri-sbjleiy as it "tndeiit for the
Thuis'l.iy evening a Sibbtth
School mooting was hold, and ad
di esses weie made by Rev. Henry
Fulton, Mr. Maisden and Mi. J. M.
(luysville was ohoscn as the
place ol the fall meeting and the
time Tuesday September Kith, at
7 ::',() P. M.
Piosb.x t ly adjoin nt d to meet .it
the call ol the Mndcialor.
David R.Moonr, S. C.
Logan, O, Apiil 25, 1S'2.
Ifer Awi'ul Suspicion'!
!5lie TlioiiKlit UoHiolhiiiy Tcniblo Vtus
Ihe Mattel- v. Uh Hot MJit.
The young woman with gaunt
let gloves appealed unusually io
seieil and solf-pos'-ossed, and hoi
gait as she crossed tho sidewalk
to tho (tub was nolue.ibly digni
fied. It w as nppaiout that she had
lived in the woild some jcars. tin d
tho thm, almost haughty look on
her face was suggeslhe of matui
ity. In the midst ot the piocoss
ot mounting hoi bicycle she chanc
ed to notice a lagged sheet boy
staling fixodlv at her li ot.
"Aha!" she tiiumphanlly ic
maikedto hoi self, "I'll fool you,
my boy. I guess I can get upon a
bicycle all l lgbt."
She was about to swing heisell
giacefully into the saddle when
she i)0i ceived a stent man with a
led faco staling at her loot, too.
"My!" she leHeoted, with slight
misgivings; " h it can he see'.'"
The hand in the gauntlet glove
evinced an unwonted indecision,
and a faint, uneasy light stole into
tin' cold, gi ay eyes.
"Put my skiits aie weighted,"
she aigued, inwatdly. "Tho big
With a contemptuous to-s of the
head she tin nod tow aid the bicycle,
Accidentally her eyes lostod upon
an old gentleman with gold glass
esacioss the way. He was star
ing at her loot.
"Meicy!" she g.isped; "my skit ts
must be caught,"
Withasgieata display of non
chalance and unconeiiii as she
could muster sho began the mount
ing piocoss all over again, she was
unavoidably attiaeled by still an
other man, not quite a stout as
tlio Hist, but much i odder in the
face, who tat lie I at the next cor
ner, lie was staling at her feet.
"Heavens! Theio's something
wrong. I'll give myself away it I
look down. 1 must pietond not to
A sort of dew was exuding fiom
her brow and her eyes weie rather
wild, but she wasiesolved. With
a feeble hauteur she grasped tho
handles of the machine.
The olePgentlemaii witli glasses
was lushing acioss the stieet gost
"He's going to tell me. Oh dear!"
If over a icliant young woman
groaned in spiiit it was sho who
stood there with onu foot upon ,hor
RIio essayed to speak Icily.
"Well, It's nobody's business if .'
The old gentleman was ice! and
perspiring with his oxoition.
"Put, nuidain," ho buiiieiily
gasped, "I four you may bo hint.
Your bicycle Is not unchajind. I
have seen people set iously injured
by Irving to lido bicycles which
weie unchained. P.ndon me, mad
am, if I intrude."
When she lecoverod her compos
in e the old gentleman was gone.
The nigged street boy was smiling
to himself, while the two iioiid
gentlemen weie (Unappealing
in omul the corner.
"I'm n looll" she mummied.
Nobody con li acted hoi.
You May ITtive Observed.
Tastes differ. Some people can
see beauty inn looking-glass; oth
ois can not.
When a man Is "beside himself"
hegeneially domonstinios that lie
doesn't like the company.
No man can get w isdom enough
to keep him Item seeing to-mor-iow
that lie has boon a fool to-day.
Whatever accounts iiiiiui may
have, to settle with the tecoiding
angel, be c in not be h 'Id respons
ible foi what issaid in his oliituaiy.
- It would bo easier for the pi pitch
er to comer the wheat' migkct
than to coiner some of his mem
bcisinli.i leligiotis eonvoisation.
Lights t i.i vols at the into of neai
ly 200,(100 miles in a second, but it
is a small consolation to think ol
it w lieu jou tall over a whoelb.u
tow in (lie dm k.
Somehow il oomosuntlli.il lo the i
humblest man to sny"the" when
speaking of wicked people, and
"we" when he talks ol the faithful
The other day a Chicago man
stiuck his bulldog. He is in the
hospital now. The iaithlul but
self-icspoeting bulldog never licks
the hand that siniiOshii'i 11l pre
feis to lick the man.
A religion that a man puts on
the outside, as be does his clothe-,
may help him to go into better
society loi a ft bile, but it will not
do him nun b good when st. lis. ue
billing and v, oi Ids aie bin mug.
LADfP.S The famous RLUSII
OF ROSES positively cuios pim
ples, fieckles, blackheads und moth
and all skin diseases, or money io
funded by the piopiietoi, Miss
Floi.i A. Jones, Soulli Pond, Ind.,
Sold by -ill diuggists.
Excursion Utitus to Coltnn
Ima viu Ihickeyo lloute.
For the State I lohibition Con
vention ol Ohio, May 21lh to 251 h,
the Huekeyo Route will soil excur
sion tickets f i cud all its stations at
one faie lor the loutid trip. Tick
ets good lettnning until May 27th.
Agents of the ('. II. V A T. will be
pleased to give moio definite infor
mation, on application by letter oi
in pel son. W II. Fisher, G. P. &T
A., Columbus, ().
Ni:w York Ciiy, Nov. 20. 1S?S.
Jiitnar Medical Co:
Rr.A u Sills; Foi painful and ob
stinate iiieiistiuution join leniedy
is suielj' the ne j'lus ultra.
For sale by Miller o. Case.
Excursion Kates to Oninha
Nob. via Buclcoyo Itouto
1 or the iJuudiennial t onieience
of the Methodist Episcopal Chinch
to bo held at Omaha, Neb., excur-
sion ticket1', w ill be -old at extieme
Iv low lutes of faie for the lound
. , , i i ii i lat as possiDie. i no oesi oeei lor ueti
ttip, by tne ever Popular "'K'kpyol,,,,,, the round. Mutton i.hould
Route Aplil 27-2S and 2!)th, good to I be daik-toloicd and have plenty of fat.
lotlll 11 until June I, 1S!)2. Agents! In choosing poultry soe that they
,.r ( tr V nml 'P l!'v mil furnish , have smooth legs nml shoit spun.; tho
all inloimatinn upon application.
W. II. Fisher, (f. 1'. X T. A., Colum-
For furthei iufoi motion, call on
C. W. fschwenko, Agent, Logan, O.
MAlfc 01 OHIO )
INstlltVNei. W I'MtlMnNT I
tultunlms, 0 , Jim .'ii, It J.' )
I, W II KisDKii, htirerliiltiulint of IiiKurunco
of the M ito (f Ohio, ilo Iilllb) itrllf) Unit lint
OHIMVN INSUIIVMU COMI'AX, luiiti I
at 1 in-port, in thu Mute of IIIIuoik, lian ioiu
lllcl In ull icxptcts Willi tin) luw uf tills Mate,
riliitlus ti. Insurance Cuiutuultp ottier than
lilfc, Iiicfciioratut ly other Mali if tho United
Mutt , an liaauthotized tu trantui t ItRiin loiriato
huslueHRof 1 ito liiftiiruneo In thii Male, in accord
nure villi hin.iluiliiR tho enmnt liar lliocon
ilitlou ami Iniiiluteaof fliid Comruo on the thirty
ilret iluy of Iipcembcr, of tho li ir 1 cxt riociUlns
Iho ilato hereof, ia shown ly tho statement undor
oath, re lulled by bectlou 2SI, Kcilecd btatutca of
Uhio, to bo iia follons.
AEsresito amount of niallnblo assets $2,071,221.14
Aumit-ulo amount of liabilities (except
eaiiltall. including re-liitmtatico . 1.807.f19 8t
lilt Aeet Kil.Ml fO
Amount ut ueiuai paui'iip loritai .ihi.iuhmhi
Aiiuuut of luioiuofoi tho ear In caali l,lJo,u 37
Amount oi ixeeiuiuurta tor ino )ear,
lutaah 1,331,730 U
,.,... Is W'lisrss WlIEiiror, I have hereunto
; ; aiilmcribed my name, und cauaei) my
tSFAL.t otllelal aoal to bo nthxed, tht day und
J 1 jinrflrntnlioiowrUtcu
.. W n.KlNDFIt, hurt oflnauranco.
THOS. H. SMITH, Stato Agent, Dayton, 0.
,1.1. Cv.vpv, Agent,
Snmo Klinnlo SilK;i'lldim of Vnlun
Tlio'ood honsi'kei'per W one who is
ready' for cmoruencies, nml in every,
family there tnu bound to In breakage?.
Thingi. get nut ot order, pieces of
fiiiiilUuc wmp apart, the me till lmnp
In i oi i.s loosciii (I from its met il socket,
v. limbic ilibi.i is tiiolaii, or slu
shiiilm accident ocenis which lequiies
the use of tfluc, cement or pl.isler-of-p.u
is paste. Liken htiU'liinlimc.pronipt
attention to Mich initios s,ies the
hoiisowoik from diifting into u state of
dl-oider. With rickety ehaits, disabled
tables. Incapacitated ltimpi. and all the
miselilef they can cause, imminent at
any time, no household hsife. Tho
glue pot should be a f.imllj (Kture. It
is an inexpensive utensil i tmslstlmr of
two kettles, one flttinj,' heidc the other,
bomelhbi;? like double bnileis. Tho
outer p.ut Ls filled with water, but not
enough to ovei flow into the inner one,
which contains the glue Poi the
mutter of this a common tin laucepan
and u cup to hold the glue will
do eiy well if you lnue not the
moio elaborate glue-pit made for the
parposj. Purulmso the very best glue
fiom a tiustworthy druggist 'J'lie best
is Hjfht ineoltn nnel trutuilu) ent 1'ienlr
it in line pieces; put it in a peifeetly
clean glue-pot or tat then j ir; pour
enoufjli told v ater ovi t to (over tho
glue-, and let il stand twenty-four houts
At the end of this time pour oil any wa
tei that ma have remaned. 1 ill the
outer vessel of the ghn -pot with boil-ing-wntci
und sot thu one containing;
the glue in it. Let the water boil
around it until the glue is 'thoroughly
melted. 1 f you molt the pluo in a jar hot
m a tin nivti pan, a covering of pebbles
should be put on the button of the
s nteepan to make a space bttwetn the
bottom ol tne i.n ii'ul tlie bottom of the
snunpin nply the glue to wood with
iihoftbinsl. whflt it is hot pressing the
put' of wood thinly togtthei. or tying
them tofftlhei with atoid. or in some
cases riessing ttieii together with a
vise or with t lumps It is vei y eon-
anient to haven little clnn t cement to
mend china or ulasswnte Although no
cement has ewer been unented which I
will Micecssfnllv stnnil biilina- uatcr.
yet a piece of 'thiivi which is intended
foi deioiatieuse. and int foi hardsei- i
e in the kitchen, who e it will be
fiequently wanked, will bs as good as I
new when it is imte mended Whan
the handles ot steel knives and folks
come oft thov tan be easily mended j
with losin "l'oui a little powdeied I
losin into the tavily in the handle
Iliat the paitnl the knife that fits into "" 'l volll lil-lt " lo" and a touch
the h indie until it w led hot und tin list ljt ls K"ft
it into the handle. It will become liim- "-", 1 think womanliness means to
ly h-ed b lo-in v hen it becomes cool. , Ucol ""Cs body and one's soul clean,"
In hoc ting the handle pi oteet the blade said fie voinmi who believes in Tin k
taiefully with wet tloths. foi if ihu ish Imthn autl the tUlcaey of piaver.
blade becomes heated beyond a ecitain ' "l'lt :"L rinoU-' ()UI11 Meiedltb," put
point, it 1 es its tump-i and the keen-
ness of the steel una1 lost can not be
lecoveietl Vlusti r of pans should be
kept ill the housj to mend lampi,
wheie the metal 'ticket has be
come loosened fioi.i tlie lesenoir,
to mend holes which have been
chipped out of the plaster, oi to (111 in
venous crevices w heie it may be p init
edover 1'ew things airf mine sloicnlj
than a hall with holes in the pi ister,
et such di ,Hgui c ment ai e vi i v Iikelj
to occur fiom the blowb of heavy fuini
tuie. haiumeiing ot pittuie nails in
v long places and bom unions other
causes Such places should be minded
tit once with plastei-of-pans, mixid to a
thm paste with vvalei It is best to
mix onh a little at a time as it tets so
it bccaniM too
to handle in
ply i and smooth it down with the
blade of a knife and covei up the spot
with a piecetoi wall paper mntehing
1 . -I
..w ..., .... ..,- .t
the p ittein on the wall as jou paste it
on and the spot w ill nev 1 1 i how lien
j'ou mend the so -Let on a hunt),
,-lrli... ,f ll.l. .fl( ).(. 1 Itl, Tsl..tl,-f
nn fill the
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olf any plaster-of-p.il is that may moi- . wl' U) 1("u ANlUl Jou'' 'id the pret-ilowhefoieitdnes-X.
Y. Tiibane. i y ,!"" A ,
Iljh i To ISo 01-,irit to tlie 1'itrtli iso of
In buying beef there, .lie, a fowiuleb
to lemmilKi llnlloiiv bief i, the best
to bu.v. It should bj iliie-gi amed, the
lean with stioaLs of clean, white-looking
fat lunniug through it, and of a
blight led eotoi c'nlesschoio is enough
fat the meat w ill ba tough Cow beef
is paler th in ox beef, so you can tell it
in that w ay, and it is not so nutritious,
but if the meat is of a veij darkie'ditis
too old, To test beef ptess it down
wlthjo.u thumb, if it lise, quiiklj the
meat is good I or houp meat get the
mil a few pounds of the
jiound. Soup meat bhould have as little
i male lniiis aie cue iiesi ino icet
silou(i always btml easily, and the eyeb
I should be blight. If a fowl his begun
to tuinbluo, or if it has stili legs, it is
not good In scleetlii,- fish the body
should be stiA' auel th gibs l si, it not,
it is not fu'ih. In buying vegctibles
get a good elealer and got thein f.vsh, as
stale vi'ge tables aie unhe ilthv sp u
agus and peas and als i gien lu'ns
should bu oaten on the day they aro
bought, ami fertile following day use
those moio easily kept, such as onions,
eauliilow er, cabbage, etc.-St. Loub
I'mliloiis In 1'IOWI en.
Theie is a fashion just now for quaint,
old-fashioned How eis. dust how or why
it is no miiiior woman seems able to toll.
At Lie piesent time tatti anil theii allies
especially live in the eye of the woild
Onepihue fuvoiite of all the v aiie ties
is tho epiphyllnins which aiothesami
leal-lllte seem nun ino mine somewniii
uncanny ireni nil anneal nice as the eae
tus. but ha-e smaller hloss mis Thu
niiuigold, oo. is to t lie line ol popular
favor, paitleal ulj as a poind plant.
Tho tiuoful cultivation which their ele
v ation to the rank of a fashionable How er
has brought about bus ptodaced some
icry tutucsting lesults. I'aitiiuhuly
Is this tine of their tolor. which, in
some instances, is similar to the blight
outngt tint of flio fkuuo and L in tileet
us bilbiaut. L'hicujjU IVi-t.
TRIED TO DEFINE WOMANLINESS.
Tlify V( re All M omen, Itnt Tlirj Couldn't
i:iiliilnTlii Ir Oun AltrllintcH.
It was that bleFRe'd hour just beforo
bedtime when women tnkc down their
Imck Ithh, don tlu-fr "BeTtffioirs, and"
gather around the lire to exeliange con
fidences. Then' viisHnuic ('I'licious tea
going on this ppi titular en e.ision, and
under its inspiiinr influenee each wom
an piesent laid aside hi r asual leseivo
and said exactly what she thought.
Tor this lxason it w is u memoiable
night. They broke up In a dispute,
lioweci and it h iprened this way:
IJvei j thing had gone on beautifully
until one denuiro woman on the hearth
"1 ti.iv, what do von mean when you
call a woman womanly'.1"
Thete was a long pans.; n notable
fact, and one which entiicly upsets the
lidiculoui male theory that tlieie are
no women in heaven just becatiho it
says bomewheie in Kevelation that
'tliero ns silence in hiaven about
tho space of half an horn, and then
some one niid. "I in -tr well, it
means to be feminine '
"Nonsense," said the demtue woimn,
briskly. "'I hat is nil u ly well to sn
and indicates an intimate anpiaintunci
with Webstei, but look at Mis If
anybody timid be moio daintilv fern
mine than she. I'd like to sec lit l And
vet she's as land us nails You tan t
tall her womanly '
O," mid nnother "it m '.ins to do
thingB in a woman s wnv.
"Ah I To be womanish, eh'' rong
again!" n.ild tlie dtmuie little fitnd on
"Well, I," saidathiid, "hhould say
that w oamnliness is a soit of nnstiu
quality v.hiih makes a woman lila to
leel the pre.ssiue of n hab s In ad fi a
"m" s t'1'-'- ol('sc' against hei hc.nt "
' ",",tl" wiotig' Th it is the mattinal
!'"stinit pare and simple "
lin inlms ' lennukeil nnother
, woman meibtatnely. "lsun Indt Unable,
'"un-nm- wi-ue. nn-bceiioussomeiiiing
which is noinm'j "reutcst ilium
"-i "- " tun m -i -i iiop -co picaso
either the men or her own w '
wmuisii' 1 Here is Vies. x on
couldn't i all her woinanh she s too
mannish, too masculine ill her tastes
mid amusements, and jet 1 di f vm to
'-nd a glil whohasnioie f-unds -unong
uotli men anil women than sh,
ll ""' -l l""im. lan hrunctte.
"ulcd np on the Ltd, who made the
next i. ninik
'womanliness," she ud, "me ms
tfcntleness, hclpfulni ss. tatt, a loe for
bUle ehildiyn, a soothing, icstlul man-
i m anovnei
lOBVU ttlj ll'fUSO
lhiougli the mi low and sin ot earths regis-
and i uric,
'Die Mi nsliis IiIlIi mttlgati s nil liorn to tuirhe.
And to soothe, mil to folm, to help, and to
Ihcsklt world ,!i it loarm on her
"'Hut is woman's mission, nnd I
think hei doing that or not doing it
makes hei womanly or unwomanlj, as
the case m.w be,"
"Well, what innde jou think of it
anywaj "" dtmanded one of the women.
'I'll answer vem with a question,"
said the woman on the hcaithrug.
"Would jou call mo womanlj "
"No' ' shouted all the women.
"Lxattlj! I agiee with jou I'ossi
bljr that 13 whj I have been all my life
stiidv ing otlier women in older to dis-
oiei just what qu ility or qualities
they possessed which entitled them to
ho .iJj-tv "omanlj have never
';""'. """'l sum.v, io sausiy
InTH.ill mil liim it-Tin r. ii.ii .in ltlik 4- ri.il
i ''"'""" """"" '"'' , ""' "' V"
tin itn lb it li . i , il i it miri nlf Iinimtiik
tivato that state in myself Imagine
I '"J astonisl.mtnt, then. Oie other ilay,
when someone tailed me womanlj "
I "I'll wagei that bomebodj w.is.imnn
"I'll wagei that bomebodj
liny.' (i, oecause men in ioe mvo
no disc) lniinatnm and no sense, any
And then eveij'bodj' inteied a pro
test, and the p.ntj' 1 loke up in the
. illicit confusion. t hie ago '1 nbuue.
AUNT LUCY'S CURGLAR.
Tlin Outloo'c v;u-ii't (.nod mill So He Went
Awn Ihnptl -II ilitled.
Ileccptious of the toniiuon kind may
bo guiili d by a manual of i tiqat tte, but
when the question is one of le-eeiving a
buiglar. tho oiutlis aie dumb and the
buipnsed, unwilling ho'tess must net
foi heiself. "Auat'Lucy Matts, who
lits in a lonely faim house on the l'.il-
iiiouth load near l'oitland, Me ong-
i nuited ametnod that othcis mii,ht veiy
j .iliointthort piesupposes pus nee of
. mind, torn age and truthfulness, but
hhese exeicistd, the lcsult should bo
Satistactoiy, as in her ease She tells
tho stoiy in her biief, busk, decided
Isaac n Hath 'n tho j'oang ones had
gone to W ate'iulle to spend I lnistni is,
'n luit me all soul alone all but this
dratted lheumati That stayed light
by me, same's it most genu lj does.
Won lid me tos I went to bed nt daik.
"A light in in j- ijis waked me up
sudden, 'long the middle o the night.
The' wins a big fidlerwith a cloth over
his faco stan'in' jest inside tlie door.
U . up i bed, 'n' we looked at each
' 'What ye want,' says I.
" ' heio's tho silvei V ssijs he.
"'Huh! Th' .lint none,' sajsl, 'u' I
laughed. Me htiv in' bih e l !
"Stimed to kind o' dlstout age him,
u' ho move d baekwaids.
" 'Say,' savs I, agin, 'lalth tho door
' when ye lt.ne!' ' then I shook up
, my piller 'n' tinned over 'n' W'eut to
.N' ho didn't tnho nothin'." Youth's
o :ihik t Ait.
Mr. Sn.uk (our his newspaper)
Well, well, Maigoiy, the newspapers
must bo pietty laud up!
Mia Snaik What's that'.'
Mr. Snail; Why, heiothey tome out
with a big head-'inu "Tiuablo in U
thoi; ! '- I'u.k.