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THE SCTlANTOtf TMBtJKE FftT DAT KOKffiBftt, MAT 18, 1894. TTJ17 A T)T HI? "HT? PT?T?V ' grnwn thoso a skirt and loose jacket inij Alii UJ! UltAlXilll I opening over a shirt waist is tho uoxt best fashion. Guimpes, with nhort, lull THE PROBLEM OF HANGING A CUR TAIN BEFORE A DOOR. A Design That My Bo rued For Attaching to a Swinging Kod or n Stationary Pole. Suitable For Halls rrctty Effect For Narrow Hall. A vexatious problem which The Eonaowifo makes simplo is that ol hanging a curtain before a door without mere leaving to fall straight. Tho design chosen hero uuiy either be used for at taching to a swinging brass rod or to a regular door rod, sunken in sockets or to tho polo resting on brackets. Having made np tho curtain two yards wide ami long enough when it will bo hooked on to rod moroly to touch tho K ,C D V waisted frocks, aceentuato tho size, and while wry effective on tho slender chil dren wji.. an to run off their flesh, so little do thoy retain, become abomina tions on their heavier sisters. Blouse wuists, comfortablo as they are, make big girls look much bigger, and if worn by them should bo tempered with u UWVeleM Eton jacket, which seems to reduce tho blouny effect, while it does not substitute tho objecriouablo waist lino. POSSIBILITIES OF SAGO. I Valu- PRAriNM a cnnuv. floor otherwise it would get under the door More drawing it up at tin- tup we show how to prepare it for draping in the easiest ami matt graceful manner. Spread it out on the uor, wrong side up. Along tho front edge from the top A mark off 48 inches, A B; from (' make C D four inches. Draw line B 1); at B round off tho line, as indicated, about four inclii above tho point, then proceed tfl BOW Bnall half inch braM rings along this oUiqne line at intervals of sis inches. It would be advisable to sow a piece of tape under the ring at B, as the greatest strain will lie here. Fi nally draw up the head of curtain to suit the rod, in a tape of courso, saw on the hocks, and it is now ready for fixing. We now rjnire about five yards i f No. 3 glace lino as near the onlor of curtain as possible, another screw eye and a bras. cup hook. Pass the COM through the rings, fastening one end se curely at tho front of B ring. Ril the screw eye to architrave of door, exactly in a line with the obUojpa rim-:, and pass tho eoi-d through the eye. Fix the hunk also to architrave about two l'- t It Makes Delirious liiilillnga and Is alilo Thickener For Soups. Sago make3 a delicious pudding, but the form of the food should bo preserved, according to an authority in such mat tors, who writes DS follows in tho New York Tribune: It should bo cooked just long enough to that it will become per fectly transparent and will melt in the month when eaten, but will retain its shape, like the grain of rice, instead of being melted into a formless jelly. Put a scant half cup of sago, well washed, in a quart of cold milk and set it over tho fire. Let it come gradually to the boiling point, stirring it frequently wit h a wire spoon. Li t it boil slowly for SO minutes, stirring it almost continuously after it logins to boil. By this time v cry grain of the saj;. should be perfectly transparent and easily crushed to a jelly in tho hand. Then take tho podding off the fire, add tho yolks of four eggs beat en with a half cup of sugar and a little of tho hot mixture, a pinch of salt and such flavoring as yen may prefer, Orange is a nice Havoc for this pud ding. Any delicate wine is also excel lent Butter six tin molds or six small china rape holding about a gill and a half. Sprinkle the buttered inside of the I molds with BrtUnlatBd sugar and ponr in your pudding. Set the molds of pud ding in a deep tin pan tilled with luke warm water to fully half the depth of tho molds and place them in a moder ately hut oven to steam for i' minutes. Turn them out of tho molds when they are done and serve them with a cream sauce made u. follows: B. il a pint of milk. Boat 2 eggs with A Novel Batter Dish, A new butter dish in plat a, also in sterling silver, ia so contrived that by its means tho butter is presented at ta ble in an effective form without tho ne cessity of its being handled in any way. Tho dish consists of two parts a round ; ll L pp A MtArnD DOOR, from the floor, draw up the curtain un til it chars pleasingly, make a 1 . on the cord to fix over tho screw h i !; at tho desired height. This style of curtain is admirably adapttil for halls, where one or two can bitted, according as the width of the hall dictates. An oxomlingly pretty effi-ct is g'.t in a comparatively narrow hall with sfjiijriuw; beyond by having ono curtain file d, say, a distanco of thief or four feet behind the other, the ono draped to right, the other lo left An Inexpensive, Playliuiiae, Theru are gr.at possibilities in the closet under a withstand for tho little ones, says The Household, Tho walls can be BdORMd with Christmas cards and colored pictures of fashion plates for tho little girl's baby hoUCAj while a very small sum of money will furnish it with toy tables, chairs, sofa and cook ing stove, which will give delight, and "keeping house" will be a sourco of endless pleasure for stormy days. "With partitions of nastpboarn. which may bo kept in place with pins, stalls for hones and oattlewill convert it Into a barn and farmyard for little boys, ami if the animal toys to stock it with are too expensive they can lie cut from agri cultural papers, pasted on cardboard and furnished at the back with a strip of tho sanio to make them stand. Hay racks, sleighs, pungBj buckboai'ds, ex press wagons and Carriages can be man ufactured in this way, and Hie prepara tion of them will afford a pleasing occu pation for the child. I !1 even tabb spoonfuls of sutfar and a heaping one of flour and a pinch of salt. Add a little of the boiled milk to the mixture, and then stir it gradually into the main port In of the tailed milk, which should be removed from tho stove for this purpose. As soon as tho eggs bare blended smoothly with tin-milk re turn the mixture to the fire, and stir it continually while it is coming again to tho boiling point Then remove it at once and add the flavoring. A teaspoon fill of orange flavoring or of sherry is excellent in this sanee. The orange fla voring here referred to is that made at home from the thin yellow peel of or anges cnt in bits and (Kicked as tight as possible inb.jtM.iand then covered with 90 per cent of alcohol. This flavoring should stand for one year before it is used, and it is better if if itands for two years, when it seems to attain the strength of a One liqueur, Bago ia not only exoelli nt as a iweet dessert, but it is a valuable thickener for soups. Two lablssjpoonfttla added raw to 2 quarts of cold roasoniuin and boil-il 10 minut'S give a consomme with sago. Tic- soup must be skimim-il to get rid of the thin film which covers it and would otherwise destroy its trans parency. Tho up should 1 stirred while the sago is cooking to (in vent tho grains of sago from clinging together. When the soup is served each grain should lie a cle ir transparent lolie, with out showing the least touch of the whits of the dried pith, Pteahsagowill easily cook in th" time given, but "old stock" that has In come hard with keeping may BOmetfanaS take flvo or ten minutes more. One of the most delicious of all soups is tomato with sago. Make a well seasoned tomato puree, add 2 table siHionfuls of sago to tho cold puns' and boil it for from lo to 20 minutes. Skim it and serve. Sometimes chicken force meat balls are add d to this soup as a garnish. The CSM "f Millinery. The Frenchwomen aro a great deal more careful in the care of their mil linery, and consequently always make a battel appearance, than tho majority of Americans. When the Frenchwoman takes off her bonnet, sho does not bundle it at once into a bandbox, or throw it hastily on a shelf, or hang it np on a peg Not she. Every little loop and bow U pulled out and put into ihaM strings are gently caressed intosmiitiin'ss, jets and uigrets are straightened and fastened in position, and the bonnet receivm the touch of the brush to remove dust, and then it is laid between folds' of tissue paper and is ready for Its next appeal unc.' ;w fresh and new. to all intent, as when it left the milliner's hand. Mad l'.mli I'll'. Stew (S'iches until perfectly soft, mash fine and add for two pics half a teacupful i f sweet creum and a teacup tul of sugar. Bake with two crusts, or OtnitCTi am and add half a teacupful of boiling water and butter size of a hick ory nut Cape lor Ttraag Ijiilles. A verj- pretty little spring caps oan be : made in either cloth or velvet, or a com i biuation of lioth. The gape in brown ; cloth is fitted to a yoke of a paler shade, GIVES AN IKEA OF THE PROCESS, stand on which a slice of butter cut from the regulation dairy roll is placed and a perforated dish, into which the little stand is pressed, thus forcing the butter through in littlo rolls of pretty floral shapes, according to the design of the pattern. This is to be recommended both for its cleanliness and the saving of time in preparing the butter for table Literary flower Beds, A new fad is that of the literary (low er bed. For instance, there is the Shake speare flower bed, containing all tho (lowers which tho renowned hard of Avon mentioned in his writings. Then there are Longfellow, Whitticr, Brytuit and other (lower beds. These i,re enough to give one an idea of how much can I e done in this lino if a study is made of the authors' works. Salicylic suet Is used in the Centum army ns a remedy for foot ions, etc. Instead oi tiiu salicylic powder formerly Deed, it is i'iuiiHised u( two parts of pure salicylic add uwi alnetylghl parts of tho u-Ht mutton suet CTO15 DYSPEPSIA ODKEH DYSPEPSIA I elites DYSPEPSIA Promotes Digestion Having miff ml from Dys ; a for three yean, I as, MOM t i irv III aooi s Ml oon IliTTiaM and after using "i.O bottle I iohikI myeelf io mink butter that I iu rucuur.ml to use enothor; a'Ui Mkiufl tbU I Bml myself full v rsx stored Umt I 1 not uni'l uf mere infdl In' . foi ling truly grateful to B B li Mh i whitb. TaWs.onelila ' , Jf.l. Indapo maae a wen Man of f cseaslsMBj 3 m "as w . m . m i i l.M u Jio lT. - W;,lv I iilliltilC i rtoref III: t-. mi biu.r HINDOO nMFDY rMi'ti ! Tiu ttKvB IM -I I.M U ;0 IMT. rem Hrtvou I'Hc.M- I i 1 V 'i i I'.ti ). ril--i'l-in"'. Marbtlv ijiiLk lloffj , tgH,WIMa bv t-ast ih i if,,'!! to -h. urikcn "i jnti". til J ititklj but fur l.cel MMxb. uo it I riaffej. , r 1 I'll. J 1 , .14. sritu stHarNalri'lofiiMer Mnsn r fn4mA 1' r ' lt nv unirtn ln'(t ftt tcffl' Boll rou any trim! rf i mtitmikm. ln.i-1 i ii. ,1 im mem wot 1) he has n. it (fot It. WO Wfti i U bf ntAtl IIMlMtiM i firtt PM0bW in NUM i tiTni'ip" am AAtlnm ori. ..tui ivrti. ..m . , r (hifagt., in., wtmammh I SOLD by Uatthowa irot . Wholanale and U. til i muliit, slRanton, i'A . -nu oUmi LmJ CNftORtfO RT TMg HlQHftT MtOir. AuTIOnr. itrrnioLiNHUER navc you r irrn nnu ASTHr'.AV-rimnnn j1 St. Isseum will eare i i . ) WM sVto' -'ti l.i kit mri 50 jtTf- I !(!. N(irr 'i'lH ..i flnenra, HreeohllU, rn i rr i h. if lnnte 'UU'rrlut A n Pfllcetil rCOII '. rcnrcnU'lit toenrrr l',rn,in..itl I .- miniMuuainMnininMi r morn 7 r id ROM frt-, HI '1'rlM fn-c nt liri.c. II via. t d n. ll U eaWb L I. CVSJS1I, M(r Ur Hunx Sui, P. S. L MFHTi ini TmMt for men 1 nvji. r, , 1 niiriim I fjirjejitrne, l-nu W oadrriul rem .(' 7 " rn.J. r. t.-r . fl I '-, r. . ,aad nntlniiril I in I .TrrH ForniU by Mutttn-wi lirN..Miriaii In Monu a. Co Complsxian Preserved DTI. HEORA ' VIQLA OHEAM iti mov" I reniloa, Plmi U, liver - Mclns, BUOtllNMi flunburii aiol ami 1 - Mtiiria th.i tl.-tu u l:i nrlsri- nl (riimt.-.!, p-ndiiciiiK ccar linn 11c.nn ("-n-i 1.1. , Inn Fnm ri jrt-i!l mm rr-mtl ;im 1. 1 1 1 f,r,mlc.. At nil iirunUU,urUuUi OttoltOoUb timl lr Circular, VIOLA SKIN 80P ! laiJr irwum kln w;Mr-r w .ju,i.i M U., iU. x.t 1 . ( . ( ft rlil fc I l.o Bunrr- A- .(.irt ftul d...il; wll Mini. Arl. P-tco 1$ CrnH. Q, C. BITTNF.R 4 O'X, Tot.tDO, O. Fur i by ttsttkewa Htm .MBnaiilaniiaad i.liiC III ,V Co. (-. Novcltlc In Millinery. Thero is ;i wonderful variety ol new hats in tho market. Hats always Bccm to como flint, and among tho iiovtdties it is notiocabla that thotixinn slinpo iro yails, but it is now mado of itraW, moutitcd on a liiuulcao, wrcathod with llowurs and trinuued cither at out) side of tho front or hack, with an eroot bunch of blossoms or a bow. Tho bonnets ap pear to bo rather broader acrow? tho front than they wero last scasou, and on all tho Parisian models you may notion RtringB, those of course forming that monster how under the chin without which no maiden or matron is today mini etc. flow to I)rM SO. ill fllrls. It is suggested by various fashion writorf) to mothers planning how to dress thoir littlo girls who aro littlo only in years, having acquired, as many girbj of from 9 to 14 years do acquire, an al togothor redundant avoirdupois, that any stylo which does not ontlino tho waist lino addB to tho slender cflcrt. It may bo said in passing that moro than stont girls may make n noto of thin. A writer in tho New York Times says: Tho frock which falls from a ycko or tho ompiro stylo is becoming to these ovovstout girls, and when they have out - A LITTLE SPRING CAPE. covered with gnipnro. A pointed hood at tho back makes a rolled edgo to tho yoke and is linishcd off in tho front with a rosette at each side. Tho hood and rosettes oan bp mftdi in velvet to harmonize . ' .1 - r- .n.la n . ' able monthly regulaiin; medicine- Dr. PEAL'S PENNYROYAL PILLS. ri prompt, wild ni.it rortuln In rmtu Th i i Be tor. Peel'rl not r iHneppnlnl KMiaBreaee fl. I'ouiMcii" '" ' inneUO, Bold liy JOBM II. PHELPS l'linrmacht eoner WtoibIbii eVeoue tad ri nice Htmnt Bcrunlnii. Va. X DUPONT'S MIMNd. BLAKTINd AND 8I11KT1NO POWDER Mauufncturcil at tho Wapwallonnn Mills, La orno iinititjr I'll., uml at Wll miiiKtun, li. lio m.( HENRY BELIN, Jr. General Agent for tho Wyumlug District. 118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa. Iblrd Natioual Bank BuUdlu Aeavoise, THOB. FOIID, Plttetuo. T. JOHN B SMITH & HON ; l'lyuionta. Te. E W. M I 1. 1. Ill A n. WUke Barro. Pa. Agmita for the Kepaunu Cliouiljal Com i imy'u HlgU ExploelTee, A BAD TEMPER and a bad liver you'll always find ioinod together. Mako a note of this, and see If it isn't true. Now, why not give your naturally sun ny disposition a chance ( Dr. Pierce's Fluauunt Pullets will do it for you. Thoy correct your dis ordered livor, clear up your system, and make life look difforant to you. Ihey do it in a pleasant way, too. They're tho smallest, the easiest to tako, and the most natural remedy. Keep a vial of thoso tiny Pellets in your vest-pocket. They'll give you a permanent euro for Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation. Indigestion, Sick or Bilious Heodachee, and every derangement of the liver, stomach and bowels. Tho makers aro so sure you'll be satisfied that they'll agree, if you'ro not, to return tho money. For twenty-five yours theso Pellets have sold on their merit. Why buy other pills, When P. P. P. are " guaranteed" f There's nothing Hkoly to be " just as good." B RICK DRAIN TILE FRONT, WIRE CUT, HOLLOW. VITRIFIED. FIRE AND COMMON BRICK Best in the market Brandt Clay ProductCo CF1ICF.: Bliigtmmton. N.Y FACTORY : Brandt, Pa. E. Robinson's Sons' Laoer Beer Brewery Manufacturers of the Celebrated PlLSENER Lager Beer CAPACITY 100,000 Bblfc Per Annum, For Delicacy, For purity, and for improvement of tho com pletion, aothlag cquuiti Ponoin'i Powder. HOW LIKE A MAN HE FEELS f AST YEAR ha had saved WOO He bought a houae worth 11850 paid ..'iot( down, (,'avo a mort gage for $1,550, Today ho oati mates as follows: Rent us veil Ji!0) Internal on jnortKftiM ; 'i OJ Tuxes Mid rep ilrs Jt tf 119 .'d Net wivlun on root 9130 (VI Hsved un ulsrv lie UK To npplj on mortgage i7U &J aai u. Hon "in rooa awt house ulll be fre from ilebt nd 1 shall have ii houie uf mjr own." OUM aiDOl la Use pereitlse for I Finn A Nous have reeently tin Ulieil a beautiful all I xv which tUvy uffrr uu eaay payiuenta, al SlHjO. fall at their nfflci, brtweee v'aahtiiglon and Ailama on Olive alreeL EZRA FINN & SONS, k ' T-r'l.lft It 7 ! L . iicm ate IE V. Tribune. Aeul, lJ The Flour Awards "Chic ago, Oct 8L Fhe first ofucin sniiouiu-tment of World's Feir di I'li'tn.is on floMr has been made. A inwlal has lieen awarded by Hi l i rkfi Fmr jodgM lo the flour maaa lectured hjr ti, Wiutlihurn, Crosby Co. in tic real Weahburn Flour Mills Minn) spoils. The conitnittce reports the fltr.r stmnc nn 1 pure, end n'.ttle it to mnt m tot-el aw pateal Hjux Im lamily and lakers' uee." MEGARGEL & CONNELL m noi.i i au a, i m i SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL 'i i.c ill vn t rands of flour i an l had at nny of tbe following iu r. . . .' wt.c v iii nccipt Thk TitunNK i i.nfit ool'roN of M on each oie hun lroi oaadi of th ur or 60 on nich barrel ol Hoar. SC 'ii F. V, Prlee. 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W n.. rlv . M v. Milss A Son Oold Medal. fiMiseryrOle Otarles Qawlaer, omd Medal liopUitioni N. M I'liiiiASon, (,oid Mi-da' Tobyhaiiua'T'iliyhaunt laaigli Lumbir fie I. old Mel.il llrau 1 Ooiildabiro- S A. Adam Ool.l Mlal Bravl MiMi ow-Oalse A Oeinent ()old Modal. Latie Ariel J.u.n A 1' nr. ., i.o.a Me,lal. Fi real City J I.. Morgan CO., OolJ Mi. "THAT COUGH iS A SIGNAL OF DANGER.'' THE THIRD PORTFOLIO DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP TRADE MARK. Positivo Care for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron chitifj, Whooping Cou?h. and all Affections of the Bronchial Tubes. The Purest, Safest and Bast Throat and Long Remedy Ever Pro lur. il. It Will oore erery form of THROAT and LUNG Diseases down to the u-.v borderland of (XiN'sumpt.on. PREPARED ONLY UY FOSTER, MILBURN & CO. Ask Your DraMM fore Freo Trinl Hoi tl.i. BUFFALO, N. Y. MERVB SEEDS. I . ! I- I'M let I'll rSafl J Jllll,- aaleed tunic all nersnu ells- nftxon, aucti uu Wwak Momury, I.oasor Iltuln J'ownr. tUniltutio, Wakfuthcta. I.- 4 i;i..h i. Ninl.ilf KroUitoni, Nor voiiaiiean, all drill us Slut liiaa ol powor In (laiienitlva.irirsia of either SOZOflQaoo iy orer exertion, yoiiihf.il crrnrj. eniieanlvn uae of lobsoec, opium or ailniulante, wlncli lead to liillnulty.fV'n. niii.iMI,.ii oi UmaiillT. ('an lie carried In vent pocket. perDOJLW iprsje, nr mall nrennl.1. With a Bi order wnelve rllen anariintee lo enre n't ,.,.f,r,..i ti.A I.,...,,.,. rir,.iMr fr Hnlil liv i' ll ti. aattnaes. Aak lnrlLuike uEFOAf. AN!) AFTllrl USING. no oitiei. Addrvas VkMTK .sriineil.. Masonic Temple, CniCAim.li.u For Sale in Serantoti, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Drnircisti. oop. WashlniitoD mri Snrncp itreeta. DJEDjHQQD FolliJ AMU AVl'SK USINO. DR. 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