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' THld: McKNIGtiT, Attorney,, at Lawi ' SUMMfT,- MlS3. - Will proUce In jtlL. th' (iurti Ptk and adjoining conntlet, an4 tbe . Supromo and. Federal. Courta al iackaon. ... J. R; GALTNEY, Attorney;;, tit Law. All bualuMt confided to his oar will' reiT prompt attontlon. 1 - " ' n 1 1 1 t ' ... ... E, H.RATCLIFF, Attorney : at , Law; ' j " -tJLOSTEft, MtSi ' Will praatloa in all tha Coorta tt Ainito aaa nojntnin0 countiea IM la tM VaprewM Court at Jackson. . lMt, " J. B.hWebb, Uloster, Mint... . Liberty, Mlsa, 'RiTCLIFF & WEBB, .Attorneys at Law, LIBEKTY, M1S3. , . WtU practise 16 all the court of Amlta and adjoining, countiea and In the 8a preme Court at Jackson. ; V. E. CILL, tey-at-Lan, ,' ' HBTCSTY, MIS3L Wilt practice ln.all'tha oourta al Amite and adjoining counties, and la the Supreme Gourt at Jackson. J. UiiHiii Gills Work ""t; Louis, Missouri, tf. 15. McpoWKLL, : : ' -',; Amite County, Miss. A cent. HOTEL h A ndUyery Stable, IIBEIIT, MISS , n tipiriiiriia of (rt to ns avians t", t hn it n prepared to reowlra t, Jul rnif ruin the trarelinf p-io. .a.- tt.e brat the murket al Ti isaiio prepared to Biet tha e 1 j p-a-Uc is the.way of fe4 i ., abhni tnd rrooming stock which ' 1 be rntriiatt d to his car. Chargae . - wiyb nie a tn liiOriARWAIUIiQ. t , .,v- a - . - BABY WILLIE .-:.' rrt It ft v I kT kKw M leu, M koai Hirfttj you d ice, ht to iamtj - iweet ....... Bit roufk Mw;et how tktf tptrklfc ta Bint, Bow Imwf their fic kn thty t taia St tbouf htful h Kjphft, k unjt bt rrtv le; CTKlti , . ...,. He't fotd ot i frolic," t tuA al todki " ' twi , ty ! tt tht 4ritu tOt :: :. TIM ppt M tb hotiMhoia. hatTt br.'&lL W linioftt tr torr; a (huik kt mutt ervi ' . Bt'a tbt noti cbjkruiHSf bt&sexcpv Jtr. yot koow, - H strfJv ihoQgB fdsj r fe, r of fcflcAot Nomhtier torr1B rule o'er t ittte; Bi kubm Btir tii ku ma t, . r. t And Mido& trtktova to rrbl t k.lvaj Now, wbtt it kit mux! ul kpw, where doet How eat tow expect mt rich pruolert to five! . Somebodf Klgbt ileal hlVa, Ifblflf thety kaew " HK hew out n kt k 9$ th itaitgt tw eaa ea: . dos too Budjiei OLONEL JIM STRUT HERS. aHaa "Mh-i tana Jim," was' In, the Amer-i lean houke- - : II -wa not, , awake. Hit in-; tellect da'nglel -'irOTtWwairdi orer. tha back 0! hit chair; hit feet test ed lrlsurely on tha 'table; hi arms! noyeii nmpiy at nia aide ana nit mouia wot open. H Ik breath went wnd-cemej in gnrglet like the exhaust pip qf a. washtub. Ihe btar man slapped him on the shoulder, and' the '"colonel" re turned to consciousness. He yawned it few times, and in the process of pulllna himself together combed his hair with his fingers; thus lifting It from his! brow and. exposing' a long and lurid, acar which started on .the right temple and traveled backward till It got lost In hair. ' : '"Hello, colonel! Come out of this and tell me how yon got this t'ar,' said the prospector for facts. j "Thla.eca? Oh. Yea. I. recollect Well, I got. that mark .from being too game.' ' It all happened last winter. 1 waa living on a ranch neap Pease Hot nwi, Moot, and), after ihe ireaojar Wi wind-up three of the .boys. Catfish Johnnie, Roaring Harry and Yellow stone Joe, proposed that tv take a trip through the Yellowstone park. . This waa largely Because Joe, as nis soDrv quet Indicated, had seen a good deal of experience In that toarist-hannted part of the country. He had been a profes sions! guide therein at a period ante dating our acquaintance, ' but with which period this story la in nowise con. cerned. It it quite probable that Joe wanted to revisit his old stamping ground so much that he was willing to hsrs tbe expense of the trip divided nu smong.-three companions rather than to bear it all by himself. - . I But tbe story which I am now tell Ingyou muatbemore remarkable for facta than suspicions. After a long and delightful trip we came within the shadow of th Yellowstone mountains and camped. It was a delightful spot. On one side ran the tracks of the Northern Pacific, aud every few hours trains rushed by.. On the other side little stream babbled and sparkled. It was about noon when we halted. There were high hills all around nsand plenty of timber. "Alter dinner we saUaulht r4ie4 wsilmg to see the overland express dash by, when from the brush down the track three men came. out. lbey strolled along in the direction of Our camp. We were a good many miles from a station, and It was au unusual ly suspicions elrcumstanee to see. thefce fellows tramping along the ties, lhey were bad visaged, and their general appearance did not impresa us very favorably. As they got within about one hundred" yards of. us they hallooed in familiar wild west style and op proached ns civilly enough. The spokesman said that one of their horses had either strsyed or had been stolen, and he wanted to know if we had seen any homo answering the description which he gave. Of course, we had-not, and invited the strangers to eat din nerwlthua. They did not seem to be at all disturbed about the missing equine, and during the meal stated that a good many horses had been lost in that country within the past year because of the dishonesty, of certain people. . ''They told us that their camp was down the track in a ravine about a mile distant, and said that they would b glad to have us take dinner with them . on ths morrow... We promised to do so. However, there was somesneaklng sus picion down in the sub-cellar of our minds that sflmsthing ' was ' crooked about the whole business. This, sus picion was not calmed in sny wy by the calculating glances which the party bestowed on our armament and stock. That afternoon it was decided that we should picket our horses and stand watch by turns throughout the night. It Is a very common practice with ex pert hovse thieves to simply swoop down and stampede the stock of an outfit in true Indian fashion, but this programme vcill never work where the stock is picketed. In a- case of ' this kind the depredators simply neak aremni the camp like coyotes and cut the ropes, 1 -i'ln otirtru4fit we hwi on rf :ild horse.- He was as wild s a rronntain jroat. i'e would rufl If yoit'4 point fimf flnpef at him." TrifTrtrtyrwtrsnrmg iniintMirp wKirti he a ifknow !!( il wr that cxun-iped am.iher-horso) 1 he v-'iUl iitM ,Tfis fin n'-.iint.U" rk -.. I or V 4 I n hi t irt mm -1 hw tul ttlind J.lti NYt. fkVfted 1 th horet exewptief lhij c. K wk between twelvw k'oi4l,'0 o'clock wtea Eiri(t Mrr koo twhi it to v.b4; fiitU . ST!r, j schooner sod turned us all, out ouietly with the remark that somethlc Was bn '. Th v&ild bona hadfrua swalag. side hit gentlo frieacand.wfa. rsl'ng and tnottin: la" a perfect fertr.ot 1 frht. "VV rest3hed that tha .thie' approached tbe'ainj agd jren,, o,be untamed aQunal. They would conclude fTom.histhat the- Iwcki 'Was 4st large, and wnold mrttlikelf attempt to its oat pedeiW TOthsthls theory In rnlud, a took positions alori tn trail whSchlh thieves Sfjud"-fono- 'shctei' they awjidwo. t Uf perr.1 wrai vibdtn ywrnji! boaldea, A here L po)!sJ not be "seen for jhe "gloom, and from where by the faint llght'of Ihe liars ! could see pretty clearly all that waatpsi on one side of the wagnnrtlt toa laew ing and blowing'', aud otherwise tin f!eaItt; 'Weraad been" on jruard tiiia ntj.fvi wtsrhar afchpur. ,Kviytbini was dead still but for tha howl, or cry of some wild beast in the timber, W (bough what- wa- Vord 'sosnetmng Whlqh soiBdjd Uk.hpofa away m.-tii trail fearer thev came and more dU tinctty ttey to united as they struck the f rosea gron no, from which- the' mow had been blown asjr-iThen Jlh sotrnd eeased. Tho Bartr -ot horsemen hd baited. .Wa Wnerc Ahat w about, to coma, and rt ansa took firmer hold on his' Winchester, snd took good care that the hamineV was up. Then ther YMk-sh&rp.claUeindA rtuaj iDowa th trail the hlevea were daahi,fall tut. ; " i ' ' , Athesquadron,'emerg4 from "the shadow, o.. toe. plna v their outlines could Jbs see a Hang! Bang! . Whii!, Click.' click! Banir! Bang! TwoTio'rses dropped and one rider bit tlie 'dust, as they juty .Ut )h JipweJ. and his ateed pressed bjr. ( Others of the parMr rode by in 'a' lU'Ay'. 'One of "tfie' norses droppod dirotry 4f pdsite-' my slatidn.) Evidently hits tldsr jTU ot life and hoiw, or he arose on .hi knees, and T anew "Instinctively tha't nls gun Vaa going to hiaahonkier, when ny trusty rifle, flasQed out ;Xhp blaz of my gun was, th signal ' which, located m to ml m trunx, as oviciiHAsaisa. Bowur, him. He replied as.quk-k as though,! there was a blinding fiasli (tt my "Jac 1 felt a whiff of cold wind; aometuini warm streamed over me; I knf w that was falling, 'and then all was blank. " The uetxt day 1 opened my Me ao saw strsnge people abjut me. I trie to think, but couldn t . Things ffrad ally ' grew less strange. I recognize that those kUetnire forms above mi were men, then it seemed a though (I, had seen them before. O, yea, all was dear now; they wer: my friends. A soon ss I had thoroughly regained con sciu'usness" th boys' explained what was wrong, and -told me that I had had a close call. Then they pointed to three grewsome objects ranged side by side on the edge of the trail; with their fcllHetuf (rmice&M by. blank eta Thie scar is where thrtt-Jorse thief bullet ripped open my scalp n.1 plowed a long fnrrow down my skull. Washington Btar. j A Bit of t'BClo Allan's PhHatophy. "Jio, my boy," .. said Uncle AUen Sparks', "I don't read a book of fiction Kvitheut knowing; how 'it. Is going to end. When I go to see a play I want to know beforehand whether it ia comedy or a tragedy or a melodrama. If feel in the mood for aeelng a come dy I don't go to a performance of 'King Lear.' I pick up a story. 4ny boy, for the purpose of being amused. If I want to harrow up my- son! I don't do it throughthe medium of fiction. There' enough actual misery ia tha history of the world as. recorded in the. 'dally newspspers to gratify my longings for the horrible. And when a story-wlter beguiles yon with. pleasing incidents and honeyed words and leads you on till you become Interested in his charac ters and want to see them turn out well and then upset the apple-cart, kills '.he hero and .heroine or senua them driftfni raisefa"bly apart at the close of tbe ,rje. hebas played ,a confidence game 4t you,- my boy a contemptibli confldeore game." Chicago Tribune, ' ' ' A Warntn. ".' '" , PetKaps the poorest opinion of music as a vocation is attHbuted to a certain excellent Viaster builder in n eastern city. This man had sent his son to col lege, where the young-man excelled in musical' aeeomplishmenta.1-- fn ' eoursc of time ha announced to his fatliet his intention to become a musician. :Tbe father objected vehemently.' The son begued and at last' was affected to tears, declaring that h should never be hapPT io an" ,ther calling, Th melted the father's heart, and he ex clamed; " ''All right, do a you like-r bftt don't you ever com around grind ing your organ in front of my house! -.Youth's Companion. ' Aboat-4hya. 140ft the queen France 3toci&ued..tKvJ kingdom rlr(ng fV"-!"t l . P'.'-'P'-? CL mounted "with gold and gema. It w J.l I . - 1 A i A Y0UN3 MOtHl? $ 'DANC t tk SrS ot kivie T'mt Tkreaet to 0f wbriiW Her. - . Ch of thedauf ers which beset th feet of a vonnv imtri is the sea ef ad- Vice wklvh thrse;i lo overwhelm heC Sae may-e aa.inVin,-ent, 'educate..! kwsjfia bstJti4:.'and; tyad r j tenvelT apon the subject i the see U W cis'IdhJodi she (6aylalH tsi sotu p0UMi.lein-U, cctwlltaWOB'nf- hrxr ehUd, whie4 .requira ii3sreirt treaV meat from, tbe majority ot ehilJreo; she may hive die' Sdvaniaro" ef eapa- hlefmdfca(nritvttiin, inoW all this fan av bar. ftoJU. .being, deltsgci eoDllnuallv with "eirei6n and ad vice 1n every hti W ever aaa had; or irhov-qBallw, o J Wt to do witk biir: ' . , r, " Any one" v,hb"hs tat fnfertieent ItBOWVtdra ot IkB wwndr(-iUciC msehaBism,. bhy, wpuid, rvt-dm to prescnoe any out very umpie aoa harm wss' remedied for indisposition, knt..th.,w'smaa who .kiuws ao thing tvjlV sdvise th most hereto measures, and "it is a wonder that mora helplest victims ar not slain' by-4hoaghtlaj v4tcv,. -,,; ' Wehav (o(teji wished that every young mother c'ould' say, when advice la pressed '.u-prtn ht "by irresponsible peaaBSv."Areyo. willing tq take' .the consequences" of. your advlcej lf tny child falls ill as result, will you as sum the anletyj the care, th ex pense? If are- is. lajuiwd, mentally 01 morally by following your suggestions, AriU you tnider yoarsetf wholly re It Is because ot this, absolute tree- dm' from cotf&eqtienceA that people are so ready wih their advice Hqld them toth Consequences,, ana lhey wouta bo silenced.' ' Th featy tafa road is to pre on an bindeaed by. advice, ables given by people who. knoa what they are talk ag about. ) And ,Uus lattet els will not bo art to presa their opinion upon any .one , unsolicited, ana, win give a thoughtful one, ,4. ,. ,1 I There art abundant opportunities lor mother to learn how to car for har Child- properly -and intelligently, and though 1ti mother who has brought Bp, perhspvfoor Out of eight children. Mi alter disregard to all hygiene and the laws of health, and, is. perfectly aaU&fied .to .be igaorant of any better method, will say that she . never 'bothered' with these "new way, and her children all did "well enougH;" ye there ia Higher ; aim than "well hough,"". for w hich th thinking wom an of: today atrlwet, snd if she turn a, deaf ear to irreepofnihleadyUors, she may attsiai Ao.lt, ,nd te the Height of unselfish, intelligently devoted mother hood which e before u a. r M othe r h,ood, " TELLING SECmeTS; ' A faltlni With loan People Tho Art at - - Not Llotenlnff. ' W should never,, never, make confi- deioei. There are scenes, and .hours which prompt a man to. blab. : In cer tain effect of sunset and rnooalightt in a long nocturnal smoke and palaver. aftr dinner especially, .the akeletoni in our cupboard begin to s'tlf, tb rattle Within ns. to desire to show t hem atites But these' -are not, the circuru atahcea rwhich. a pun feels inclined to tell his wife. It is to a male friend hfe- tt templed: to divulge them, or to k 1 . . ' I . .l .K - 1. 1 1 . T V preLj.-anu wympatuevio ibuj, no only policy is to bottle: them judicious ly, lhey may pnly bore your friend, tpriUipg'aa yoji may think them, or he or . she may babble o( them tut they fome rotmd to the persdri whom you are intereatwd In, keeping npacquamted with the event onemotiona. -A ' fellow-feslinff should make u Check other men and women when they begin to. unpack' their hearts. As to women, if they havtaCkste for making confidences, they are sure to make them so often that one more does not matter. , Some Wen, and still more so lire women, ara beta recipient 01 confidences. , I'eople open out to this. evt'r,,','!,pere in railway carriages so veil their amours sua re,:.cts. T" otn- amours aud ret; er people, couBUences a never made by anyone, whether because they look unsympathetic, or because they nip .them in the bud.'or for some othef good reason. " They "have th less to regret, and -they -are. not- tempted to blab. Contrary to general opinion, wo believe that a secret is safer with a married woman thn, .with a married man. A matt says, "I will tell pobody! not eyen my a?lfe",". and", straightway goes and tells her. Very often it loaves her cold, though exciting to him, and so it ia safe. ' lint a married woman-is much le inclined to tell her husband. First, shfbKnowsshe can-cdt,trjt,him for does he hot blab toherT' Besides, thd secret often seems sb humorous, or so. important or. in itseji so obvious; that he lets it out without thinking of It Besides a woman- ha a pleasure in knowing, what, her .ljusbaud does pot know (and possibly would not care to know), while a husband,. h' 'gorm ness of his heart likes to carry. uit ot tattle to his 'wife. ' Bo the- 'Male "bird ranging tbe wet lawns, .coolo home with a nice worm for his, mate , The confidences of men to women are. most ly about their wives, and vice versa. Thi Is a kind of petty treason, and aucb revelations ehould no be listened to; but few ladies, ijt is. believed, can help listening. Of these confessions the "penite-tii is likely ,toT repent, and yiatjpeedtly.--indon JNew . , . ' T A IfCTfOfm Maeria). ;, Silk and wool hopsacv. still retains its place in pqblife esteem but the va rieties bow most'prefcrred are extreme ly soft and flnei the silk admixture "ap pearing id tiny dots or splashes of snl liafft eolori so cleverly manipolnted i to produce a charming chanc-eable ef fect ' Newer than this, however, ia a rf markally soft-trod pliable fabric tech nically Jknotya as. oatmeal cloth. . This, which is woven with a ferwrate back grotfndjlike the rtmin .of the spring .,s(,n, kows -..xqui.iif I -endtn''1, rf culr.r. One enee 1 1 y s m . ample f tit UcuU Ik no ah T s rf 'f'fl-fno. - 'nkloil ts-tth wtita --" . -in'! t ,:S of P I ' HEA 3 IN Th 1 1. I Bow Cut tju-f l'r h", ,'.5 ' .Two, sweet ," -? 1 ' " 1 met - itrert-cor. ' lhey b i,sn t Iffs e.i 1 thr fi)r a if aei - thu- ri in nJ the asfs' aocuirn! ' ! f( news. '.'Oh, do yet k- ..Tj" m t 'e .- n brown, 'that 1 .! ;v I mvera 1 tw Bsarry BaLvhe K..icm " h .. , , I ha-te't fwi'-d of Iti" fir .lie one in grav. "Jell me awut it." Well, rve -hearc cl 1t 11-om n-rrai soureas. .aa4 I nvi ty tnt 1 ' o 1 think Hiapche Is to be congratu 'e l " ' .,. . i. ....... Wkv,. ia'l vu know w ast f WrfVhed fl.rt Mr J- MVrs ts" v , . . J the one n gray sow her nesil I "Weir; tt s so. Ant tSt ita t l- .'ivte!er..t , ' " "Ho's awful faot," " " 1 ' '--Bea?'- '-.-.. . : ,)'1e.;,,Evt3ibody knows It. Goes with tho rspidist set of men in the city Gamblea, bets on" horse-races, drinks." , lOh, sanely notrt . ? . "Fact . Prinks like a 0s.h, i Was car ried home in a very mellow state one nightlest week''' '-'. j 1,-",Ian,4laSlje.at. ".h, .Its true. They say Blanche won't believe It, eitVer.' Ar yoa not oriV for her?1 ". ".". '. , '. .."No.n. - .. ; - . ' : "Well, perhaps she nVsn't deserve any sympathy; marry ncH "-fellow. I don't jympathtia imuch with. he my- telf." ... . , , ,"I don'l' believe she is going to bo married to lslm,'eaid the one la gray. '.flPon't von? AVhyr-, , " , "Because I'm to. be married to him myself next month. This is my corner. Good-by." - . ". ' ; ... .And the sweet youug thing in grsy stepped off the car. leaving the sweet young thing in brownr gazing after her in wide-eyed, amaiement-" WUliant llenry sivijter, In ruck., 1 CULPABLE NEGLIGENCE. , BoBQabody Fortot thw Dantr tig wal With, Dlaaitroas itoaaits. ' The Other day, when it was blowing great guns and snowing omnibuses and hat ricks, and tho Broadway crowd was struggling to maintain Its precarb ous footing and at the same time edge along toward home, a disorganized heap of clothes was shot out of a bar; room door, and skimming the snowy surface of the sidewalk,- carried down three pede&trttuis. From out tho bundle of clothes a man unexpectedly materialized, and it 'would have bee difficult to tell from the face of that man and from the . appearance of th surprised people who were thua nncer emoniously bowled down with hlmi which of th four was the .most aston ished and angry. Hut the ludicrous ap peared to strike the bum first-pos sibly because he was more accustomed to this sort of exercise and he shook the snow out of his neck and grinned "What do you mean, sir?" yelled th .first, man .to" recover, earessing sprained kuee and looking around upon the gathering crowd; "what do you 'mean,-' sir, coming out here in that sort of fashion?' "I've a half notion to kick you, sir!" cried another man, picking his hat out pf th anowdvift and "app,iqg.lt across his leg. , . . , ; "Really, gentlemen, Tf ' "ExDlaia yourself, sfrl" ' "Well,, really, gentlemen," said the bum, gradually edging out of arm'i reach, "I am "not ' to blame. ' They should have sent a red flag out ahead see?"-N. Y. Herald. . , HE WANTED A PASS, And Wat Anaowt to Knew If It Tfoald n Good Face Talno. . , "S'posin' a man had a pass over this here railroad," said a man with a faded overcoat and a tangled, fray beard, "hp c'u'd ride for nothin", hay?" I ' "That's what he could,"' replied the ' gRle-tender at the Central station, o yt beiq th query was addressed. r ree gratia for nothin', hay7" 1 "Ve.j . " .-'-;. "Condtictor .'rvuldn.'t : ask for no fare?' "Certainly not " ' ' ' 1 " "Wouldn't be ho snap-game about it, hay? If I had a pass i d kUs it jest like a ticket, hay?"' , : "Yes; yon blamed old fool yes!" The old Baa was. rather astonished bythis outburst, and he retired to bench to think things over. After while he -came 'up to the gate-tender asd coughed a couple of. timea . "I" don't wanter he. iptrudin', pardner." be said,' "hot I wisht ye'd tell m ot e. - .. - .- ' . '"' - ' 1 WhatiBltr . . ,. . . , , !i They woutdn't be no danger that a man' hafter pay If -he had "a pass, Would they?" , ...; - t - . ' No; not a .bit . What ara you ask ing such fool questi6ns for? Hav you got a pais?"... : .". . : ; '-'Np,t not yet, ' replied the old man, caging away, "dui 1 writ aown lor one tMyw -an-tklT,r)erwnntcd V out nout inem. nuuaio rxpresa. .' ' ; I A Hint to Lovers. i ' . Gus Do Smith Why do you and jour girl go, so much to the Grand Central depot? I se you there every day. - ' -- Charlia Knickerbocker 1 11 let you into the secret but please don't give it sway. In the depot-we can kiss each otSer as much as wo please, became the- people- standing around suppose one of w is-goiBjf-ort-ea the train. If rt wers to kiss each ntheY anyjs here els . we- woalii. be arrestti . Great scheme,' isn't it.' Alex Sweet in Texas Sifting.- " " - ' 'Sweet Womao't Lotfle. 1 'Husband - Don't you thmk that yort are rather unreasonsble to expect the to take you to a ball, s.ty awake tM 1 four1 o'clock, and then - get np At eight to-fti to my vioik' - ".',m. ' Wife I mw be a little unreasons rile, hill it's'V' ' fi i ii brutal of you to mcu tion It-N. Y. 1 -V 1 1 " 1 .-i f teit a r 1 d u 1 I ill 1 pt-tata aiaaher, add a U'": ; w utti-r. a lU''" n- U, f-ie t sugar ancLa beaten tvir V -x tu.n- ly, roil into baUn, s- -i e 1 o -beaten egg, and try in I 't 1 J - 1 arner. . . Cheese Straws Ad I to pro c grated cheese one ri.pt ,l ' " ' small pinch of carenue, a aa.t - salt, sod one-half ci'il of t rubbed in as for pastry. J..'il ti n. 1 ; In narrow strips, and l .-.no la a q oven until a light brown, e-erv wr.-.i j aalada Harper' Iia.r. I Lobster ' Cream. Make, a cream sauce, with one-ha-f csp of in , t 15 ' err half tablespconful of butter, one hear- - ing" tablespoonful of fi ur, pni f.,! j 0 ' i v spoonful of salt, a i k cave o"e When it Jhjckena add to it owe tui' of lobater meat cut in dice. Ilui-Hen, I meat, clams or orders may bo If. In this way. Boston tilobo. BhrlmpFattie-l'ut t!i n , 1 -ir quantity of freshly boiled, carefully picked shrimps Into a -,m-ei 4 it wan a seasoning of pepper ana grstea nut meg, a little salt if nrcessHi 1-, a r it 01 fresh butter and a small quantity of thick, rich sauce, euher brown or white, and bring the w hole very gently to boiling point, then use ecti lin to tbe directions given abov for lobsU-f pattiea, casea of pastry or fried bread being alike suitable Country (,entl- nan, - Rice Meringue. -4kil a quarter of a pound of rice in about a pint of new milk' until It is sufficiently tender to swell the grain.' Let it cool and then add. two ounces snl a half of sugar, the grated peel of one lemon, a piece of butter the size ot au vtf and Uo beaten yolks of six eggs. Mix all to gether thoroughly and then pour into a buttered dish. Beat the whites of 6v eggs to a atlff froth and lay it over the top. Bake in a slow oveu a ad serv kt once. Boston Budget CreAWTie Place a pint of roi'k aud a teacupful of sugar in a saucepan over the fire. When it boils stir in tvc even teaspoonfuls of cornstarch, pre viously moistened with a little milk or water and th well beaten yolks of three egg. When smooth, remove, add a pinch of salt and lemon to flavor. Pour in two' flaky crnsta and bake. When den beat tho whites of the three egga stiff, add three teaspo6nfuls of sugar and spread it over the custard. Then brown delicately. Orange Judd Farmer, PRESSURE MEANS BAD FORM Row Lacing and' Faddlog Spoil th gesa. 'fc- .. alwt Flgnr. 1 .,," r; ! Abnormally developed . waists . and hip are invariably the result of undue pressure at these points. The muscles, rendered inactive by the force brought to bear upon them, become weak and flaccid, and aa a result soft, flabby r1ah trtrm, A,nr l.hi,m. WKn Lho nre.K. I snre is removed, and the muscles through exercise grow active, superflu ous flesh naturally disappear, slowly but surely. The (tout Woman can improve her appearance by the artistic study of dress and proper care of the body, tbe thin, angular, ill-developed woman can accomplish wonders by exercise. Tho cavernous neck, with its ugly hollows, may be made full and shapely by deep I Breathing exereices,, rtVsry movements 1 of the bead, and activ posHioB of the chest, but att padding must be diMsard d to: eive flabby macl" a chMice I to reassert thescve. .rotidin I shoulder-blades will be permanently flattened when the active 'chest te- comes habitual. Grace will be .Impart ' a r(i to motion when the toes are turned outward, snd often Increased physical 'riff or results from correct position of tho yyt-ln walking, a it is prerrcd by the dpftot that weaknesses of the pel vic region are often traceable to the in toed manner of walking peculiar to .many women. N.Y. limes. , ,., - . I'eo of Cranberries. ' Cranberries are abundant this yenr, and should take the plac in the cuisine which has been given over to apples in the past these beintr' few and high 1 , w :. ,.. Ail fruits har a ;(! lcinal ,B nd the cranberry acts as an anti scorbutic- It is a blood cleanser; bruised .and .. heated, ' not cooked they have a hoaling effect on bad humors One cut in half and bound on a corn will cure it in one or tnora .application. - It .will be finally efficacious In ths case of pimp'i.s 00 the face. As an article of food the cranberry is -too little known. - Mary families know it only in toe form 01 sauce.-iiut it may be terved in many other tva.v. 1 A 'cooling, refreshing drink raav.ba mado by bourn? tne her- rlea m. water, annm .the -n lrnea. lioil until the juice -e cf bus lawiri J etraclrl, Mt'--Q one half Tjound of sufrar to thar lmce and bottle hot. IhifiRho' f.rv.l m ti s'ti n'Ttnr pa r-f5 or. ih. t shrubs lt.pdo ' ot d , rKnl 1 line 1 r I A-... ot t on., t -it Ivtnff Cf ( - t (..el -.-n t . an 1 h ... t ttlte. -A -new iii... to) I, W. f and th mven'or. I of H1 j ' I ' ' htve not h v r,-1 . . ; , i 1. . . Ol'UOid a ' ' ' . it. !, ih e" n, , a of o i . -. T , e 1 1 ii, til I, fill - 111 o 1 in la 1 - 1 or cap of t le li. glass tube in ! holds the 1. 1 I v .- pKl iWl.L UlUtllll 11.11 . 1 . V, l!r s, till, I ' 1 O sated and 1 -1 by , aa the n am ' . . 1 h w.-ekiv hiv.lt, t MiS , "I apiwil ! f. f;l ' V 5 . . ! ' . f 1- .w ,. , , ' . . k i , e I , ' tbe toi n, hi I thrown acrova tne aro the h't t - lighted by elcli 1 f houses, but tln-y c . In -: electric radiators Elevators, pi intuit U binds of machinery the force. 1 line a , vators, electric pu" ' crushers. A not tin s'yet is a r- 1 ' " " - electric wire ii-1 I 1 The restaurants c :a the bivtt-lierenipl.M. N it ssg-es, the grocer ti f and the lai'i.r to I t 1 Subtle fliiiil Is i every home; the hoi. -. sewing machines and Iron by elect! 11'' . , f ' broilers and tea Ueti r, their cake in 1 . that can b " ' ' " ' pasteboard l-.'4--. ds ct-vr" An American T form.d Horn. .... , . Kellar, the rru. .,.,, 1 es-perience m - came near enrlimr Ins lenst eonriniiig t to the mud. ' While ft-' , -where he ' s' - - patronat, trei.ted 111 . 1 thoutsolves, lie mm h i pear before the youns? t. Aceord-ngly be i Ea,:'e'in r' sr 1 1 cepital.i"? he cotm! . palaver took plat;e, t.ie king deijumdinp t .t. (. as6ibtmts- sh. I i majesty barefoot. 4 and was tbVnatb f-- jected to o t . ' not perform his i. so an eee- n 1 "On the ' of t latea the me " large roo' -kneeling. we were it i-.i en d . hind a ("" n. 1 -but not i- s . u : under tltesa c.jnuu.ii'.u., mitted to ' - ' tors' rttu k.-' as ; - r "Ti eft. , . r vi e 1 at ii form. I n, d ti rf l 1 i r 'I'