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Wht iclriia Jpaili gagie: Miectaesaay ptnxiug plarrlx 30, 1892. I NEW THE GERMAN JIIXISTRI DEFEATED IX THE REICHSTAG. The Credit Requested to Augment the Strength of the Imperial Xavy Again Rejected The Gold Blooded Deliberation Shown by Deeming the Liverpool Piendia Murdering His Family. England Alarmed by the Influx of Eus" eian Jews An East Indian States man on the Quesiim of Silver Coinage The Pall in the Price of the Metal GanseJ by the Present Policy of the United States-Notes WEATHER BULLETIN. Weather Bureau, ) Department of agriculture. ) Wichita, Kan., March :. ISIG. ) Forecast for Wichita and vicinity Colder and fair Wednesday, rising temper ature Thursday. During the past 24 hours the highest temperature was G7", the lowest 4np, and the mean 50, with lixht thunder showers in the raoruiug, high southwest to north west winds in the afternoon; a gale forty threo miles per hour from the west was highest. Rainfall, .14 inch. For the past three years the average temperature for the month of March has been 43, and for the 29iu day 53. Fred Ij. Johnson, Observer. Washington, March 29. Foiecast until 9 p. m. Wednesday: For Kansas Generally fair on Wednes day and probably fair Thursday; west winds; colder in the southeast portion, warmer in the nortwest portion. For Indian Territory Fair; slightly colder; westerly winds. For Missouri Rain tonight; clearing during Wednesday; slightly colder; west erly wiuds;Jfair Thursday. CAPRIVI DEFEATED. BERLIN, March 20. A defeat was ad ministered to the government in the Jeichstag today which has caused a sensa tion iu official circles and in the city gen erally. The government had submitted a proposition to reiiihtrt in the estimates, which were uuder discussion, the vote for . new corvette. Sometime ago the reiehs tag, in the face of an appeal by Chancellor von Caprivi, 1 ejected the Tote for this vessel. When the proposition to reinsert the vote was made today, it was under btood that it would pass, but it was re jected, after a long debate, by a vote of 5?7 to 109. This defeat of the government was effected by a coalition of Centrists, Radicals and Socialists against the Con servatives and National Liberals. The announcement of the result of the voting was greeted with loud cheers by the op position. DEEMING'S VICTIMS. Liverpool, March 20. Dr. Hutchinson, nno of the medical men who conducted the postmortem examination on tho bodies of Mrs. Deeming nud her four children, who were found baried under tho lloor at Dunham villa, Rain Hill, has told a re porter of tho Associated Press the method jollowcd by the murderer. He said that the crime disclosed a calculating wicked ness and a cool, heartless savagery that is almost beyond belief. The work of the murderer was that of an expert. Each Stroke severed a vital organ, and no more might have been accomplished by a sur geon or a butcher who knew his business -well. The mother was first called from the room in which she was with the children Into the room where the murderer awaited her. This is shown from tho position of the wound that killed her and by the fact that one of her shoes was off and the other partly unlaeed. It further appears that as the stooped to untie her shoe she was at tacked from behind and died almost with out a struggle. Then tho children were railed, one by one, to meet their death. JJutha. the eldest girl, had her thumbs tied behind her back with a linen bandage. A similar b.iudae was wound twice around her head so as to cover her mouth and keep her from crying. A pillow case was then placid over her head and the murdered strangled her. The hands of the second girl Hero also tied behind her back, but in the case of the other childre u this precaution way not thought necessarv. One other signitlcaut and queer fact "is that, although the throats of four out of live of the victims were cut, on none of the bodies or clothing was theie a trace of blood, which leaves n dreadful infereuceof tho deliberate and calm carefulness with v hich the slaughter was committed. The names aud age of the children were as follows: Bertha, Oj-ears; Marie, 7; Lillie, D: ydnejr, IS mouthx. Tho very terms on which Deeming hired Dunham villa give proof of tho hideously cold-blroded uw lnuUtntioti of the butchery. Tho dom inant, which was drawu up and written by Deim.ng himself, shows that when he note the house tho atrocities had already 1k tn planned, and that ho became a ten ant ol the illa for the purpose of carrjiug J . urn into ellect aud ridding himsolt of liiswie and children, who stood in the -way of his marriage to Miss .Mather, whoso a' 'sic' mi ut for I Ins accomplished murder er, thief and forger resulted in her mur der at Melbourne. MFLBjrRNE, March 23. Deeming is guarded uiirht and day aboard the Ballarat uj seven watchers. It has been discovered that the appearauce of his shaving his moustache is due to his nl ticking the hiiir out by the roofc m order "to bailie identifi cation. A detective accompanying Deem ing hints that he possesses ovideuce show ing that Deeming committed some of the tnuniers attributed to "Jack the Ripper." FRENCH TANSY WAFERS. These waters are for the relief and cures of paiutut megulamies, aud will remove all obstructions. They are sure and safe vwrj tune. Manufactured bv Emerson Drug company, San JW, CaL, and for alc by Fred L. Richt, 20tS East Douglas venue. EAST INDIAN SILVER VIEWS. LONDON, March 29. Mr. Cottrell Titnp formerly accountant general of the Indian government, delivered a lecture last even ing in the Westminister town hall on the subject of the influence of the fall m the value of silver upou the commerce and finances cf Iudia. There whs a verv larse audience, including niwiv Anglo Indian financiers. General Dvis prodded. Mr Tuppsa, I tliat the rise iu the value of sil ver since ls;j i,au oeeu jue to the j e that Amer.ui would adopt the prmciple of free coinage. The recent downward move ment had been caused by the disappoint ment of that hope The depreciation iu silver had disordered taxatiou and finance in India, and had mulcted the otlicial and salaried classes of a third of their incomes. Indian trade hag been throw u into confu mou and her metchants badly handicapped by the same cause. The Iudiau soy- ernmcat had remitted to Engluad eta, 2S2.0oO,WO. and hud lost thereon CC,000,OCX, which was really a tribute to Eug.and, unjustly wrung from ludia. It was n tribute imposed by uiditlereuce, stupidity aud lgnoiauce. It was a fearful bu-den, which England ought to at one remove Xothinf -nil! Hm iuii-ia- - Tented a speedy and complete deliverance of India from her financial troubles and misfortunes but the inveterate obstinancy and prejudice of Great Britain in prevent ing America and France from immediate ly restoring silver to its proper value, which could be done with a stroke of the Een without causing loss to any human eing. A general discussion followed, and most of the speakers coincided with Mr. Tupp's views. The meeting adopted a vote of thanks to Mr. Tupp. RUSSIAN JEWS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, March 20. The Evening News publishes an,, editorial on the subject of Russian Jewish emigration to England. The New3 says that the question oi stay ing the tide of alien immigration to Great Britain is more terribly urgent than ever, in view of the actiou of the United States in rejecting large numbers who have been landed there, and in practically giving notice that no more are desired. Every sigu indicates that the Russian govern ment is anxious to drive the Jews out of that country, and, as' the United States no longer extends a hospitable hand, they are looking to England with its alre-idy crowded labor markets, as their refuge. Tho volume of Russian Jewish emigrants is increasing every moment, and yet statesmen, politicians and social refotin ers are not paying any heed to this most momentous of issues. The returns of February show that during that mouth the number of Jews that came to stay iu England were 2.SS4 and 3,04.1 came to Eug latid profeosidly en route to America. Of these a largo proportion would doubtless remain in or come back to Great Britain to compete in various branches of labor with Bntisch workiugmeu, and perhaps also to plant the seed of disease in British communities. BOHEMIAN RIOTERS. PRAGUE. March 29. L:ist nisht the National Czechs celebrated the anniver- sary of tho birth of John Commenious, the ( distinguished educational reformer. The authorities expected trouble, and the ' entire police force of the city was ordered on duty. At 7 o'clock an enormous crowd surrounded the monument to the poet ' Halek, aud when the police attempted to ' disperse the crowd it resisted. A pitched i buttle followed, and the crowd was forced to retreat. Several other encounters oc curred, but the police finally succeeded in j dealing the streets. A large number of . the rioters received severe sword wounds, j They weie removed to a hospital and their . wounds dressed, after which they weie j locked up. POSTAL TELEPHONES. . LONDON. March 20. In the commons to-1 day Mr. De Cameron (Radical) proposed ( that the postofllce authorities acquire and 1 work the telephones in connection with j the government telegraph. Air. L-iOscheu, chancellor of the exchequer, declined to accede to the proposal. The questiou was put to the house, which rejected it by a vote of 125 to 147. EMIN PASHA. Berlin, March 29. The Vossiche Zei tuug today publishes the following dis patch trom its Zanzibar correspondent: "Emiu Pasha is advancing from Wade lai. He gained a victory over a force led by his former officers, who rebelled against him. He pursued them to Ltdo, where he captured and shot the unfaithful offi cers." THE ITALIAN DEFICIT. ROME, March .0. It is expected that the deliciency for the fiscal year 1802 will reach the sum of $63,900,000 lire (13,000,000.) OBITUARY. BERLIN. March 29. Tho death is an nounced of General Konstantin von Alven slebon, aged 83. If you aro Bilious, take Beecham's Pills. DEPEW ON SHERMAM. ALBANY, N. Y., March 20. Over three thousand persons listened to Chauncey M. Depew's oration on the occasion of the memorial services in honor of General W. T. Sherman under the auspicies of the legislat ure of the state of New York, which were held this evening iu Bloeckor hall iu this city. CIVILIZING AFRICA. London, March 20. A dispatch from Zanzibar says that Captain Rogers of the British East African company attacked the Vitu people ou March IS and cai lied their Htionguohl. Captain Rogers had three killed whilo the enemy had twenty three killed. AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE. To make it apparent to thousands, who thiuk themselves ill, that they aro not affected with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing is to bring comfoit home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup ot Figs. Manuiactuied by the California Fig Syrup Co. EX-PREMIER MACKENZIE. Toronto, Ont., March 20 No hope f-r the lecovery ot ex-Pioinior Mackenzie is entertained, and the end is expected to coaio soon. WHEAT BOOSTED. CHICAGO, March 29 Wheat was higher tod iy. The announcement made by Mr. Hatch iu a telegram from Washington that the proposed anti-option measure would not obstruct or prevent a single transaction now authorized hy the board of trade had the effect of lifting May de livery to 80 centH. ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY. W. J. Arkell, publisher of Judge and Frank Lesllo's Illustrated Newspaper, writes: "Judge Building, ) Cor. Fifth Ave. and Sixteenth St.. ) New York, Jan. 14, 1S91. ) "About three weeks since, while suffer ing from a severe cold which had settled ou my chest. I applied an Al.LCOCK's POP. ous Plaster, aud in a short time obtaiued relief. "In my opinion, these plasters should be in every household, for use in cas of coughs, colds, sprains, bruises, or pains of any kind. 1 know that in my case the re sults hive been entirely satisfactory aid beneficial." BOYD AND THAYER. LINCOLN, Neb., March 29. Argument wi in ide in tho supreme court, today in support of tho motion for a reopeuiOK of the Boyd-Thayer case. A decision is ex pected tomorrow. THE TELEPHONE MONOPOLY. BOSTON, March 29. At a meeting of the Bell Telephone company directors today the old officers were re'elected. It was voted to increased the capital from $15 -000.000 to $17,500,000. It is Intended that this will fill the long distance gap to Chi cago. Prevent attacks of rheumatism by tak ing Hood's Saisapanlla. It purifies the blood. RESERVATION INTRUDERS. Chicago. March 29. Colonel Wade of the Filth cavalrv was today assigned to take charge of tho "work of" clearing out the intruders on the Arapahoe and Chev enne reservation, which will be opened fr settlement between April 1 and 10. Colonel Wads commanded tne militarv during the opening of Oklahoma territory. RAILWAY NOTES. Chicago. March 29 The Chicago, Burl tngron AiQnincy's statement of earning for February was issued today. It hows an nureac of $460,502 oter the figures for February. 1S9L The increase in net earn ings for the two mouths ending Febrnarv 29, compared with the corresponding time a year ago, is (770.57S. MANNING'S SUCCESSOR. Rome. March 2i The convention of the canliuaK has approved the appointment of Dr. Vaughn to succeed the nw Cardi nal Manning. i- is estimated that m England thsr? j are i,.jw,uw persons of all classes ovr the age of sixty-five, ud Una 245.07 oi these are receiving jwrish relief. Thn. at least ouo person oetof teren. couutui;; every cla.ss, becomes a pauper at oraftei 'hat-age WOMAN AND HOME. A WAY TO MAKE RUGS OF THINGS USUALLY THROWN AWAY. Regularity in ZS'ursing Something to Be Thankful i'or "What Dr. Lemon Will Do Where Some Mothers Fail Many Things of Interest to Wives and Mothers. I have made six rugs during the past six years I make one every year since I learn ed the way the plan of which I may claim to have invented; at least I have never seen any like them in the material used, and if some one else has tho samo idea I insist that it is original with me, in that I thought it out for myself. However, I do not intend to patent it, and now present it for approval to such housekeepers as dis like to waste anything. In every family theife are more or less knitted garments "which are constantly being cast aside as past wearing mittens, stockings, hoods, caps, scarfs, shoulder capes. I never put anything into the rag bag that I can ravel, woolen or cotton. As opportunity serves, I ravel and wind into balls any such castoff articles. It is work that children can do, if the mothers haven't much time. Anything strong enough to wind will do; and even short pieces may be used if the knots are neatly tied a "weaver's knot" is best. Then, when a number of large balls have ac cumulated, wind them together, about four threaded. There is a chance for the exercise of taste in this particular. A thread each of black, white and red three colors one will be most likely to have and one of hit-or-miss odds and ends wound together will make a pretty rug. If one thread is cotton throughout, the work will be all the more durable. Having prepared the yarn, one is ready to make the rug, which is crocheted "slip per stitch" with a medium sized bone hook and in a round or oblong shape, as may be preferred. I like the oblong style. It is shaped by crocheting a chain three-fourths of a yard long and working around it in single crochet, taking up the outside loop of the stitch each time. Widen at the cor ners and center of each end by making an extra stitch in one loop each time around. It will make three radiating points if cor rectly done. When it is large enough to suit, fringe with the same material by cut ting the threads in any desired length and hooking them double into every stitch of the last row, drawing the ends through the loop. This gives a rug which is serviceable, pretty, easily made and costs nothing but an occasional leisure hour. Agnes Rosen krans in Good Housekeeping. Regularity in Nursing. The best time to give the child the breast is when it awakes out of sleep, and on its hunger being appeased it will generally again fall asleep without further trouble. The practice which some have of allowing the child to fall asleep with tho nipple in its mouth before putting it into its cot is one to be avoided. A practice of this kind very soon becomes a habit with the child, and the mother herself may be astonished to find how great a hold it has takeu upon it, and how difficult is tho task, even in a short time, of getting the child to fall asleep without the nipple in its mouth. Regularity in nursing is necessary dur ing the first month, and it must be main tained in all its strictness until tho ap pearance of teeth. The frequency, however, with which the child is fed need not now be so great as up to this time it has been. During the day the breast should not be given more frequently than once every two and a half or three hours, and during the night it should not be given oftener than once every three or four hours. As the child grows older the time which is nllowed to intervene between each meal should be increased. If such directions are attended to it will soon be found that the child will sleep four or five hours rrithout awaking, and the mother will thus bo enabled to obtain that amount of sleep which is so necessary for her at this time, but if, instead, her nights are broken and disturbed she will speedily suffer in health. Till the appearance of the first milk teeth the child should be fed exclusively upon the breast milk; after that, which is nature's indication that tho stomach has become fit to digest other Substances, the child may be given rusks, tops and bot toms and a little of the prepared food. It may be that several of these foods may have to be tried ere one is found that will agree with tho child, but when one that is suitable has been got, it should be at once adopted and should not be readily given up. Manley Tempest, M. D., in New York Commercial Advertiser. Women Should Re Thankful. Talk about women being vain! Bless your heart, they don't begin with the men! What a blessing it is that a man's predilec tions for fine dress are circumscribed by the limitations of long prevailing fashion? If it is hard to get along with our Isaac and our Abraham now, when they are held in check by severe and practical modes of raiment, what would it be if they were al lowed to deck themselves in knee breeches, silver buckles and plumed chapeaux as in days of old? Imagine a scrap with one's own husband bedecked in strawberry col ored trousers, a purple velvet mantle and a three cornered gold lace hat! Any wom an would co dow n before such snlendor. Imagine, if you can. the street car con-' ductor skipping around after fares in ab breviated trousers and ribbon cockades! Wouldn't his lordly ways be harder to put up with than they now are? Or if the fat hotel clerk who already crushes what lit tle spirit the wayfaring guest may have twinkled down the long corridor in azure kilts and knee pants! Would we have even the spirit we now possess to resent his airs and graces? Or if the policeman tripped lightly to and fro over the thronged crossways in buff breeches ending in silken ruffles at his knee. I tell yoa. my dear, we don't begin to know what we hae to be thankful for, that man's egregious vanity is somewhat held in check by long continued and ugly fashions It is hard enough, goodne.- knows, to submit to his tricks of superior ity and his masterful wavs now. but what would become of us timid, weak and de fenseless: women that we are if these vain and haughty lords were permitted to carry out their predilection for dress and blaze forth like planets in an eNenmg sky, with the full-splendor of doublets, silken hose, jeweled garters and satm breeches slashed at the knee! Chicago Herald. "What Dr. Lrmon Trill Do. Do you want to know the name of one of the best all around household doctors, and certainly tb cheapest that can be found in any country It is Dr. Lemon. Vcs. an ordinary, sour. yellow lemon, which you can buy at any gnvjry for a few cents. Here are some of the things Dr. Lemon will do for you if you give him the chance. Squeei him into a glass of water every morning and drink him with very little sugar. He will keep your stomach m the best of order and ixverlet Mr. Dyspepsia, i If you have dark hair ami ii -cms to b? falling out. cot mS a sHcv of tfce doctor and rub htm on your scalp. II will stop that j littie trouble prompt I v. Squeeze him into u qcart of milk and be i will give joa a mixture to rub on your lAce tight aad mormnjc and get a cofupkMCioa l;ke a princess. If voh hav.; a bad headache cm Dr. Lemon into hc ni rnbtbasKaionyoar temples. The pain, will cot be long djsjtp- peanng or at least in growing easier to bear. If a bee or an insect stings you clap a few drops of the doctor onto the spot and you will find yourself the better for it. If you have a troublesome com the doc tor can be again pnt to good account by rubbing him on the toe after you have taken a hot bath and cut away as much as possible of the troublesome intruder. Besides all this the doctor is always ready to sacrifice himself in the cause of Russian tea slice him in without sugar or in the preparation of old fashioned lemonade, than which no drink is more wholesome. Altogether Dr. Lemon is an individual few people can afford to get along without. New York Herald. Where Some Mothers Tail. Much is said about the depth of a moth er's love, and unswerving devotion is claimed to be a never failing trait; but there are many women who, while to all appearances affectionate and devoted to their children, are very much lacking when pnt to the test. The "highest standard of many in training theirchildren is the man ner in which their mothers trained them. This is against reason, and in many cases has baneful results upon their children. The better plan is to study each child's in dividual character and needs and to train him accordingly. No mother should neg lect to read much of the pure aud wise lit erature. Some children are easily led in j the right way, yet many of these, through J a mother's neglect, are the first to fall when temptations beset them. J Many mothers, when their children ar I rive at years of discretion, say to them I selves: "I have taught them right from wrong; they are old enough to look after themselves; if they are fooliah or weak enough to fall into sin, I cannot help it; I have done my duty by them; they can now run in their own course. It has been very tiresome, but now I can rest." Many of them do rest. Some are too fainthearted to utter even a protest after a child grows into adult age to deter him from foolish or i wrong conduct. Gently, but unremitting ly, do your utmost for your child's good, even though your soul ' sinks with hope de ferred. Some day your child may recog nize what his sorrowful mother has done for him, and it may lead him to better things. Housekeeper. Odd Employment for Women. I In the most recent of her lectures, en j titled "New and Odd Employments of ' Women," Miss Virginia Penny shows that there are few fields of labor in which wom en of today have not engaged, and that their ingenuity in devising new occupa tions is not excelled by that of man. Per sons who have observed the progressive emancipation of woman will find among the occupations she mentions some that are unusually interesting and novel. One woman makes a business of dressing wealthy women for parties, receptions and other social affairs. She selects the ma terials, directs the style3 in which the dresses are to be made and decides upon tho jewels, gloves and other accessories. She also dresses and trims the hair, aud arranges and loops the dresses. The dis play of her taste and judgment is wall paid for. A woman in Los Angeles has made a specialty of the art of.decorating rooms for dinner and evening parties. She sends her card to all newcomers who have homes and are likely to entertain. She decorates the rooms with flowers, arranges the ta bles, festoons the draperies and brings out the harmony of rolor with wonderful ef fect. Another California woman, who fol lows a similar occupation, had charge of all the arrangements at the great Fair wedding. California society still talks of the wedding of Herman Oelrichsand Ther esa Fair at San Francisco, in May, 1600. Things the Queen May Not Do. Queen Victoria, not being born a queen, probably learned to read just like other persons. But after she became afflicted with royalty, she foiyid that a queen is not allowed to have a great many privileges that the humblest of her subjects can boast. For instance, she isn't allowed to handle a newspaper of any kind, nor a magazine, nor a letter from any person ex cept from her own family, and no member of the royal family or household is allowed to speak to her of any piece of news in any publication. All the information the queen is permit ted to have must first be, strained through the intellect of a man whose business it is to cut out from the papers each day what he thinks she would like to know. These scraps he fastens on a silk sheet with a gold fringe all about it and presents to her unfortunate majesty. This silken sheet with gold fringe is imperative for all com munications to the queen. Any one who wishes to send the queen a personal poem or a communication of any kind (except a J personal letter, which the poor lady isn't allowed to have at all) must have it print- ed in gilt letters on one of these silk sheets, ' with a gold fringe just so many inches wide and no wider all about it. These gold trimmings will be returned to him in time, as they aro expensive and the queen 13 kindly and thrifty, but for the queen's presence they are imperative. Helen Wat terson in Philadelphia Inquirer. ITouscholcl Pest. For certain of the commoner pests, such as the bedbug, the carpet beetle, the clothes moths, benzine applied in a fine spray by means of a hand atomizer, is rec ommended by Professor Riley to be tho best remedy, as in most cases it destroys the insect in all stages, including the egg. In using benzine, however, care must be taken that no fire or artificial light is in the room at the same time, the vapor of benzine being highly explosive. For cockroaches, bristle tails or fish moths and fleas the profsor recommends a liberal uso of pyrethrum powder, in tho form of oithpr Persian cr Dalmatian pow der, or buhah. Fleas are generally introduced into houses by dogs or cats, and the presence of bedbups is not always a sign of uncleanli ness, as they have beeu found under tho bark of trees in the woods, and in country houses may sometimes be traced to this oarce. Keeping premises clean and dry is said to be in general a good preventive ot insect pests, Bo-ton Advertiser. Pare Food in the Home. j Ask a number of women what salt they use. Eight out of ten will have no idea. When the bag or box is empty another is ordered by the girl, and the kind depend largely jn the kind of grocer they patron ize. Before settling on any brand of sal: it would be a wise precaution to test its purity, which every housekeeper can do to br own satisfaction by placing a Fmall quantity in a clear glas partially filled with water ttir thoroughly and then a! low it to settle, when the impurities w.l! float above the salt and &how which vari? f ty keeps the cleanest and brightest. Tai ( is a simple experiment, but only on oi t many hich the ws housekeeper tries to test the food prodwtioas usd n her home. ' The majority fail to appreciate thfc large sums of mooev whirh hav ben rcntlv ( pad to rfcerafct by certain food -oaspa to bring about rrults not oa!y jwiLai!ic. but of M-th jure naUirr that Uey vrei! Het th demajHt of doctor Bad tjalct Too ui-ny j-cople are inchnt-d to loot spon fund as the meat and tgetable which t-nA pia tbr pcaiiar utste. without .aktaj; ieto cvaetderstion that fod is fci. i tkat to reach, the beat de rlapro-ni of ha man life they asat h&r- tb moss Quart ls food mtrfcu pnefRrt by the iww scientific prorrttS. Brooklyn Esste. It nr "o Jood to Tell JIcTi If 5 Jovcr should be .tal&e sog9, slight , Checked the progress of Con sumption. It's cured, too, if it's taken in time. What is needed is tho one unfail ing remedy for Scrofula in'all it3 forms for one of: those forms (Lung ccrofula) is Con sumption. Purify your mg. a nako it i taints and poison? that make it easy for this threaded disease to fasten its hold. Then if you havent delayed t.o long, you can bo cured. From beginning to em", the remedy is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's tho most potent blood-cleanser, strength-restorer, and flesh-builder known to medical science. Consumption, and every form of Scrofula and blood-taint, all p"efd to it. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood. Bronchitis, Asth ma, and all severe, lingering Coughs, it's an. unequaled remedy and the only one for tha Blood and Lungs that's guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every case, yoa have your money back. mrtation pernaps ao you tnink it does any good to tell the woman? Never. Per haps many do not agree with me, will tell me? there should be nothing hidden, noth ing concealed between lovers. But surely if a woman's happiness lies in her faith in her lover or her husband, the knowl edge of that broken faith means nothing but misery. For no woman can forgive the man who has once been untrue to her; can never forget it it will always be lurk ing in her thoughts and coming between all her happiness. While if she knows nothing and has the firmest faith in the man to whom she has given her love, do you not think it is a case of "Where igno rance is bliss, 'tis folly to bo wise?" "A fool's paradise," the dissenting one3 cry; but a paradise all the same, one which it is surely sinful to spoil by telling things which have no remedy, by breeding dis trust and doubt where only faith should be. Philadelphia Music and Drama. The Women of Persia. Persinn women are said to be unusually bright and shrewd as well as very beauti ful, with dark flashing eyes and gentle, graceful manners. They are naturally active minded, with a strongly poetic tem perament and a liking for art, letters and politics when they can get at them. The Persian woman has greater power with her men folk than other Oriental women, and in most affairs of importance her influ ence may be distinctly traced. She is per mitted to enter trades on her own account, to possess independent property, to appear as a witness in courts; and is responsible for her own debts, and in divorce has a right to her children. In theory, then, the fair Persian is well off, but practically her place is insecure, owing to the insecurity of life and property in all phases of Persiau life. And in Persia the tender woman and tenderer child hold their religious convictions with their lives, and go to the stake or a Averse death for their faith's sake. New York Sun. The Study of Hygiene. "I often wonder why almost everything under the sun should have a place iu a school's curriculum nowadays, and house hold hygiene is entirely overlooked," said a mother who believes in a utilitarian edu cation. "Take plumbing and drainage, for instance, as a single example. What more important part of the domestic ma chinery could there be, involving, as it does, our health aud comfort? And yet not one intelligent, well educated woman or man in a hundred understands the sub ject. I should think such a study would be as good discipline of the mind and far more useful than any of the 'ologies' with which children's heads aro crammed." New York Tribune. Hysteria in Babies. Do not say your baby is bad tempered when it has attacks of loud crying, espe cially if the cries are accompanied by stiff ening of tho limbs, tremblings, or the reverse, limpness and apparent loss of con sciousness. A doctor should be consulted and the child treated for hysteria. New York Journal. A Fearless Maine Girl. Miss Kate Furbish, Maine's botanist, has traveled thousands of miles over that state in connection with her "Flora of ' Maine." 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