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THE DINING CAR
It Contains Every Convenience Except Boom. The Methods of the Steward, Who Is All-Supreme. A modern dining-oor of the most approved pattern costs $15,000 to build. Next come tho kitchen uten sils, tho tahlo furniture, tho silver waro and linen averaging about $3,000 worth to a car. Each car must havo a steward, who usually gets SIOO a month, aud a head cook who values himself at $75 a month. Thero must also bo one or two assistant cooks and throe or four waiters. Three hundred dollars a month is tho very smallest outlay for wages, while tho coßt of raw food material, breakage of dishes and tho board of employes is about $3,000 per month additional. An av erage days' run costs vory noarly S6OO for food and service, so that it would take 400 porsonaat $1.50 a meal on tho run to pay tho daily expenses, without allowing anything for interest on tho investment or for wear and toar on tho furnishings. Tho kitcheu of a dining-car contains every convonienco except room. Thero is a range capable of doing all the boiling, broiling, baking and stewing for hundreds of pooplo, yot occupying compnrativoly no spaco at all. Thero is a board for tho carver, a bin and tablo for tho baker and a sink for tho dish-washer, with shelves and cupboards innumerable for dishes and iinperishablo supplies—all in an area of five by twelvo feet, at most. Every inch of spaco is cnrefully uti lized. Under tho car is tho cellar or refrigerator, wliero ice, beef, mutton, poultry, milk, butter and other per ishable supplies aro kept. Tho steward, who is in charge of all this, must bo a good guesser. To bo sure tho dining car is run on tho prin ciple that no money will bo made any way ; thnt ono road must run it bo causo n computing road does; that tho travoller mußt, therofore, havo tho best in thu market for a fair prico, and that it is hotter to throw away un used and spoiled material at tho end of a trip than to run out of somo nec essary on tho way; yet I imagine that tho steward who has tho lowest aver age of wasted food stands highust in his employer's regnrd. The first thing ho has to do is to make out tho bills of faro for tho trip. Theso must bo approved by the head of tho commissary dopnrtmont. Tho chef buys tho necessary supplios, but the stowurd bus to turn in au inven tory of them at tho starting point, and also us atement of what has been used en route, and what is loft at thu end of tho run. Thero is mo method of ostiinuting tho exact number of meals that will noed to bo servod dur ing a ruu, particularly if it bo a short one. Supposo it is to be made from Washington to New York. Individual methods of economy are very differ ent. Wbilo some profer to pay $1.25 for tho oxtra comfort of a scat in a parlor car, thero are othors who think the common conch good enough and prefer to spend their dollar in tho din ing-car. Again, there aro somo who freqent both parlor and diner, and others who caro for neither. For a long journey, every berth in the sleeper may bo occupied, and yot the dining-car may bo practically tenant less, or the sleeper may bo nearly empty and the diner full of people from the day coach, or it may bo crowded with tho occupants of both. As the steward goes through tho train on a tour of inspection or in giving his first call for a inoal ho must note tho number of lunch boxes and guess from tho facos and dress of the pas songcrß how many orders ho will have. But even bis best judgment may bo far out of tho wny, for the lunch box may bo for a next day's light repast, or some of the best drossed possongers may not have decided whethor to pa tronize tho dining-car or not. —Kate Field's Washington. Chinese In New York. > Chinatown in New York City is made up not evon of the best class of China men. The industrious Chinamen are scattered throughout tho city, Brook lyn and New Jersey at their laundrios, and only go to Chinatown when they wish to buy peculiar Chinese supplies, or to indulge in nntivo "fun." Thoy rarely go there unless they have money. For that reason tho few streets running out of Chatham Square which have become known as the Chinese quarter, nro inhabited mostly by sharks and thioves. There arc a few big Chineso merchants there, but there are more ways of spending money illegitimately in Chinatown than there are of spending it legitua- atclv. First among those coino, of eonrse, tho opium dons, thun the fun tua joints. Fan tun is a kind of Chinese poker, aud tho polico aro forerer raiding dark, dirty little rooms in which Chineso congrogato in tho midst of a stifling opium atmosphere to gamble away in one night the price of many clean shirts and spotless col lars. Among those vicious places a sort of freemasonry of crimo exists. Bob bery, assault and oven murder are almost common. This is little hoard of by the outßidc world, first booauso nobody cares very much whether a yollow-skined heathen iB robbed or as saulted, or killed, or not, and second, becauso tho Chineso in America are so closely bound together in their outlandish ways that they will not complain about each other to tho ■white police. Iu each city whoro there is any considerable Chineso pop ulation thero is also a local Chinese government, to which tho pigtailed parties will take their complaints every timo in preferenco to tho American polico or courts. In New York there is even a Chin ese mayor, whoso power over tho residents of Chinatown is very groat. In this way it occurs thnt many hein ous crimes aro committed down in Mott and Pell stroots, of which Super intendent of Polico Byrnes knows nothing, even aside from tho doings of tho Ilighbiudors's Society—prob ably tho most extensive and most cnrofully orgnuizod association of mur derers iu tho world.—Pittsburg Dis patch. Paper Telegraph Poles. One of tho latost uses to which pa per has been tumml is tho making of tolograph poles. Tho paper pulp em ployed is saturated with a mixturo of borax, tullow and other substaucos. Tho mass is cast iu a mold, with a core in tho ccntro, forming a hollow rod of any desired length, tho cross-piecos bcind hold by wooden keys driven iu on either sido of tho polo. Tho pa per poles aro said to bo lighter and stronger than thoso of wood, and to bo nnaffocted by tho many weather in fluences which shorton tho life of a wooden pole. It is doubtful, how ever, whother the paper pole willcomo Jo bo anything liko a rival to tho iron pole, which is now high in favor for the carrying of nil kinds of wire linos. Tho vuiuo of iron telegraph poles has been well tested under the most trying conditions on tbo lino between Europo nnd India, and again across arid stretches of country iu Australia. In sects that oat out tho core of ovory thiug iu the sluipo of wood, leaving tho shell only, nnd bird borors that drill holes iu the toughest of trooM, let tho iron polo pass, and wandoriug tribes cauuot chop it up for firowood. A Singular Experience. A Ponobscot County doctor somo timo ngo had a strange experience in thought transference or something of the kind. Ho had been visiting a pa tient in Piscataquis Couuty nnd was returning in tho darkness, when his horso stumblod aud fell. Fortunately the dootor was not thrown out and tho only thing broken was ono thill. This he was able to mend so as to continue his journey. As he drovo up to his door ho was surprised to soo his wife who met him with tho question, "You did meet with an accident, didn't you?" Tho dootor looked at his wife in astonishment, which was not wholly dispelled as sho explniuod that she had gono to bed and to sloop, but had sud denly found borsolf in a sitting pos turo with a nameless dread that some thing terrible bad happened to her husband. BoiDg unable to shako it off sho had arisen aud waited for bis ro turn. On comparison, it was found that tho time of tho accidout and that of her strange awakening wero identi cal,—Lcwiston, Mo., Journal. The Hiccup Nut. Tho fruit of this South Africnn plant is locally known as the "hiccup" nut, and by tho natives as "Umtan dawa." Tho plant is a climbing shrub with ovate lcavo and terminal spikes of dull red flowers. Tho fruit is nn oblong nut with a pleasant flavor hut causes violout hicoough if only a few aro eaten. At ono timo Mr. Wood tried them on himself, aud did not care to repeat tho experiment. Au allied species known, us "Uradubu," distinguished by its pnpory four winged fruits, and its louves turning almost white boforo flowering, but reddish in the autumn, is stated by •T. Kirkman to be used ns a medicine by the natives iu tho doso of ouo-hulf onnce or less, but on overdose causes death.—Scientific Amerioan. Tho net earnings of tho Edison Electric Illuminating Company, of New York, for tho past eight mouths were $454,357.87. MY WIFE'S NERVES Are weak and sho suffers terribly from nerv ousness, headaeho and loss of sleep. Such Is the testimony of many a man. The poor, tired woman is suit-ring from impure nnd Impoverished blood. Her food does not di gest. She is living on her nerves, her itrength is gone. Her nerves and muscles NEED STRENGTHENING Dy thu USJ of Hood's Sarsaparllla which nakt-8 pure, rich blood, creates an npp -tite, ind giv s ton ) to all tho organs of tho body, rais is not what wo say, it is what Hoo I's S'irsnparilln do -s. 44 My wife began taking Hood's Sars p irilla about three months ago. •Jho lias been in poor ho.alth for 15 years. Hoo I's is (loin.? her good. Her appetite is better, sho looks better an I thero has been Improvement in every way." J. W. IIOBEB SON, Groonlloll, Teunessoo. Hood's Sarsa - I. JL parilla Be Sure to get Hoo I's H sod's Pills aro tho best after-dinner fills, assist digestion, prevent coastipation. How buns Is the Drooklyn Ilrldgc? From Park Row, New York, to Sands street, Brooklyn, the bridge Is 5,118.1 feet long, or about one uiilc and a seventh; with tho extensions the bridge is i ! , 537 feet, or nearly a mile and a quarter long. The river span Is 1,51)2 j feet, and on tho Brook lyn side 1-71 feet, while tho land spans of the bridge are each 030 feet I ng. DO YOU EXPECT gtfsW To Become a Mother? A \ say that Dr. Fierce s k' jfj® Brrscrip jj\j\ " other ' B Friend," Easy preparing tho aystem for parturi tion, tliua assisting Nature and shortening " Labor." The painful ordeal of childbirth is robbed of it 3 terrors, and the dangers thereof greatly lessened, to both mother and child. The period of confinement is also gTcatly shortened, the mother strengthened and built up, and an abundant secretion of nourishment for the child promoted. Send IO cents for a large Book (168 pages), giving all particulars. Address, WORLD'S DisniNSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, C(>\ Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH. Mrs. FRED HUNT, of Clenville, N. K, eays: "I read about Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription being so good for a wo man with cliud, GO I got two bottles last t cembcr 13th I had a twelve baby C confined I was not /g£ sick in any way. I another room keep your Extract of Smart-Weed on hand veiw cold weather 4 ana our room was MRS. HUNT. very cold but I did not take any cold, and never had any after-pain or any other pain. It was all due to God and Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription and Compound Extract of Smart-Weed. This i 3 the eighth living child and the largest of them all. I ruf fcred everything that flesh could suffer with the other babies. I always had a doctor and then he could not help me very much, but this time my mother and my husband were alone with me. My baby was only cevcn days old when I got up and dressed end left my room and stayed up all day." I HIGHEST AWARD X . "SUPERIOR NUTRITION -THE LIFE!' 1 fyiPERIAi A\EaiOIIV[AI IFX>OE> Has just.y acquired the reputation of being The Salvntor for lIM VALIOS The-Aged. AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT for the GROWTH and PROTECTION of INFANTS and CHI LD FT EZ-IM A superior nutritive in continued Fevers, And a reliable remedial agent In all gastric and enteric diseases; often In instances of consultation over patients whose digestive organs were re duced to such a low and sensitive condition that the IMPERIAL GRANUM was the only nourishment the stomach would tolerate when LIFE seemed depending on its retention ; And as a FOOD it would be difficult to conceive of anything more palatable.. Sold by DRUGGISTS. Shipping Depot, JOHN CARI.q & SONS, New York. THE STiLRQTTHJLH, ENGINES . I<>ooo honepovw No nil for rntnlOKues to A. 11. TAIII|IIIUKt:0., 1,ti1., Torlt, INs- Convti-Hsm everywhere. Sluadaymadetpuiliy, AuUreus. Automatic urlddl. Co.. llomestead. ra. •Tin Stranso Rut True. Wo read of strango happenings aa<l result? sometimes, llko that of a man who was caught by a rovohing wheel aud sothroshod agniDst floor an 1 celling his body (urnoi blue from tho brulsos. A doctor wrlto>-of a man who foil irom a ladder and was covered with bruis's. He, tho doctor, applied St. Jacobs Oil : In tho morning, ho says, all tho blue spots hail disappeared. There is an other way of feeling biue all over, and that Is alter the en luranco ot pains and aches for a long time without rello'. Use tho great romo 1y for pain ut once; It will euro an l ebango tho color of your woes. Tho Now York Central ran ntruin 439mi10s In 425 minutos, tho best long distance run on record. Ir. Kilmer's BwAMP-ROOT ctirai nil Kidney and Dladilor troublosi Tiimphlot and Consultation free. Labratory Bingham pton,N. Y. An oloetric locomotivo was built in 1851 and exhibited at the Mechanic's l'alr in Bos ton. Karl's Clover Root, the great blood purlfler, freshness and clearness to the complex lon and cures constipation. 25 eta.. 50 eta., 9L Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup for children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma tion, allays paiu. euros wind colic. 25c. a bottle There are said to have boen Ave suicides In five yours in Divinity Hall, Carabrldgo. Avorago cost of locomotlvo3 is $9,000. A Cure Tbnt Cures is the kind most people desire. Such a cure is Itlpans Tubules, but not a cure for everything. They ore for all liver and stomach disorders and one tubule gives relief. Sleeping cars average a cost of 15,000 each. _ I enn recommend I'iso's Cure for Consump tion to sufferers from Asthma. —E. E. Townsisnd, Ft, Howard, Wis. May 4, 1801. CORNER IN ELK TEETH. A Montana Man Who lias More Than 86,- 000 of Them. John D. Losckamp of Billings, Mont, practically h Ids the elk-tooth stock of the entire country, says Forest and Stream and to his already I enormous supply he is constantly add ing, the Indians and hunters bring ing teeth to him frotu all over the country. Not everyone knows that the elk teeth, or rather tho tusks, of which only two are found In tho mouth of tho adult elk, havo a prac tical commercial value. Tho tcetb are used as jewelry, mostly as pend ants on watch guards or as Insignia of the secret society known as the Elks. Tho value of a too' h ranges from 50 cents to s'.so, according to its si e, color, and marking. Air. Losekamp lias now over 8 ,00) elk teeth de posited in safety vaults. Many of the old Indian dresses were highly orna mented with elk teeth, some of thctu being fairly covered with the teeth. Air. Losetcamp has lived on the fron tier all h s mature life and under stands Indian trading perfectly, yet he has sometimes paid over SIOO for a single garment thus ornamented, caring of courso for nothing but tho J teeth. The lndlaus drill tho teeth 1 to fasten them on their dresses and this does not Injure the valuo of the tooth, but they havo a much worso habit of sometimes staining the teeth a bright red. This dyo cannot bo ex tracted, and deprec atcs tho valuo ot tho elk tooth for a white customer. The Indians do not dye tho teeth so much now, since t-hey have learned they can sell them for more In their natural statu. "What a Wreak!" At adiuner-party at Bowood, Canon Bowles, then past sixty, was Intro duced to an elderly lady, with whom ho sat chatting pleasantly about things of the day. I!ow cs was per fectly oblivious thatthis was the very lady to whom lie had hcen engaged i to be married when he bad very little Income besides his curacy. The lady, I of course, was perfectly well aware that she was talking to her quondam lover; but her mnrrled name had In no way enlightened him as to her personality. After a time she said, having touched upon old days: "Hut. Air. liowles.dou't you rcmcmbor me?" "No, ma'am, I don't." Then she added, smiling: "You used to know me and pretend to be very fond of me. I was Miss " "Oh, what a wreck!" was the spontaneous ex c amatlon of the poet. Happily tho lady enjoyed the Joke immensely, for she was a remarkably han.dsnme wo ! roan (or her age, and his burst of ; surpri e was really only a compliment to the extreme beauty of her youth. Sanitary Value of Hot Tea. Tea taken hot. Is certainly more -wholesome than Iced tea. This Is well shown by the enormous popu lation of China, which could never have Increased to Its present num bers If epidemics had ravaged that Emplio as they have those of the West Iu spite of overcrowding to a degroe el-ewhore uukiiown and in describably filthy surroundings, the Chinese have remained healthy. The only sanitary redeeming feature of their lives is tho almost universal use of tea a: a boverago This Is to say, of water that has boen boiled. This lesson in practical sanitation Is of more value than anything brought forth by our numerous boards of health, national, state, or municipal. In the prescnco of un epidemic of cholera, typhoid fever or dysentery, the wisest precaution to take against Infection would be to boll all fluids used for drinking purposes. There Is more Catarrh In this section or tho country than all other dlßoases put together and until the last few years was supposd t- ho incurable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced It a local diaoft.se, and prescribed local rcmodio*. and by constantly failing to euro with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to hn a constitu tional dlscof-.o and iberoforo requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's 'atarrh Cure, man ufactured by F. -I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on tho market. It is taken internally in doses from 10drops to a teaapoonful. It acts directly on the blood arid mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars f r any case it falls to euro. Send for circulars and testimonials freo. Address _ ' F. J. C'HENKY Sc CO., lulodo, 0, tart'old by Druggists, 75c, KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY, CHRONIC RHEUMATISM. MONROE, IOWA, NOV. 25, 1891. DEAR SIR, MR. KENNEDY: —In '6l I began tolling your Discovery for Chronic Rheumatism; suffering so much pain till I used to call some ouo to sit on my limbs to deaden the pain. I had doctors for six years, ho use. I then began with your Medical Discovery. The first bottle wont to every joint and gave mo pain. My husband said, "Keep on, till you 800 it spring the joints." So two and one-half bottles cured mo so that I was able to walk two miles. Had not done it for six or seven years. I have kept it in the house ever since. I opened tho 22d bottle today, for I take it instead of doctoring. I havo never bad a doctor sinco I have taken your Discovery. lam a widow 71 years of age, and a well woman. Yours truly, MRS. ELIZADETII HILLS. SCROFULA. LLOYD, TEXAS, Oct, stli, 1891. DONALD KENNEDY, ROXDURY, MASS, KIND FRIEND: —I will now give you tho particulars about my little girL She was five years old tho 2nd of last May. When she was leas than a year old a kernel came under her right jaw on her neck. I asked the best doctor what to do, and ho told me to grease it with old bacon grease, and it might riso and run which it did, and I tried everything, but it kept runniug for nearly two years. I came to Texas, and was at Aubrey, Texas, whoro I saw the present postmaster at Aubrey. I noticed his faco had a bad scar, and I asked him the cause and how ho got it cured. Ho said Scrofula was tho cause and Kennedy's Medical Discovery cured it and if I would get somo for my little girl it would surely cure her. I got ouo bottlo aud she was soon better. I picked white lumps out of licr neck as big as peas, and almost as hard as a bono, and after being mashed up thoy looked like burnt bone crumbled up. In less than a week tho swelling was gone, and had quit ruuuiug. She is still taking it, but apparently she is as well as ovor, and as gay as any child. Yours truly. S. L. JACKSON. CATARRH. CHICAGO, Oct. 15, 1804, DONALD KENNEDY, DEAR SIB:—I know the worth of your Discovery, for three yonrs ago, before I was married, I had tho Catarrh in my liend aud throat very bad, and my mother, who always gave it to all of its, made me take three botlleß, for which I um thankful to God, for it cured mo and many othors that wo have recommendod it to. Mus. ELLEN SEELEY, 217 39th St., Chicago, FOR MOTHERS. ELMIRA, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1894. DR. KENNEDY, DEAR SIR:- -I havo taken your Medical Diseovory all through my Pregnancy, and our boy, now thrco months old ia, and has boon, in perfect health, wbilo we havo three other children, all of whom had eczema and bore mouths. Our attunding phyttician speaks very highly of your Discovery. Yours sincerely, MRS. G. W. HAMMOND. DROPSY. HAUGHVILLE, IND., NOV. 21, 1894. DONALD KENNEDY, DEAR Slß: —Your Medical Discovery has made a wonderful euro in a caso of Dropsy of my neighbor, after four or livo good dootors told him ho could not get well. But your Discovery fixed him all right. Yonrs truly, SAMUEL NUGENT. MALARIA. ST. XAYIER, MONT.. NOV. 12, 1894. DR. KENNEDY, DEAR SIR:—I must inform you of tho good effects of your famous Medical Discovery. Ono lady who was much afflicted with a constuut Malarial Trouble declared herself relieved iu a fow days, and was en tirely cured iu a few weeks, and this is only ono of many. Yours gratofully, SISTER M. MAGDALEN. KIDNEY TROUBLE. NEW YORK City, Mny 9th, 1894. DONALD KENNEDY, DEAR SIR:— In nsiDg your Medical Discovery I find it good for tho general system and es pecially for the Kidney Trouble. And tho reason I can npenk for it is this: After coming from South America, in 1880,1 was troubled with my back, which tho doctors claimed was ICiduey Disease. After using many different medi cines—uiul I might just as well have drunk cold tea—l bought two bottleß of Kennedy's Medical Discovery, and took it according to directions as given in your book, and my kidneys have not troubled me since. Yours with thanks, CIIAS. W. ALLYN, 20 East Fourth Street PRICE, $1.50 PER BOTTLE, LASTING IN REGULAR DOSES, ONE MONTH. SOLI) EVERYWHERE AT LOCAL STORES AND BY EVERY WHOLESALE DRUGGIST IN THE U. S. HANUFACTURED BY DONALD KENNEDY, ROXBURY, MASS. SEND POSTAL CARD FOR BOOK. Improved Revolver, Tho new German revolver Is not really a revolver at all, but It Is a wonderful repeating pistol all the saiuu. All you have to do Is to drop eight cartridges into a magaztno In the stock and then pull the trigger as often as you want to shoot until the ammunition Is exhausto I. The recoil of the shot when the pistol Is first fired sets In motion mechanism which eje-ts tho sh"U lust fired, firings up a new ono to the barrel, cocks the pistol, anil locks llie mova ble parts. Anothor touch on the trigger repeats the operation, and the eight charges have been tired to two seconds. Neck'nee for n tvnaic. A largo whale washed ashore on the coast of Labrador on Aug. 17 had a long anchor chain wrapped three times around his body. The anchor, which was still attached to the chain, weighed nearly a half ton. Toe people pay more for love than for any other necessary evil on earth. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest tho valuo to liealth of tho pure liquid laxativo principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, tho refreshing anil truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ativo; effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers anil permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on tho Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is p( rfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in fiOc and $L bottles, but it is man ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on eery package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if oflered. P1 ATM B U roump, roninKnn 9 MfiN N. Y.. offers both sin IM Urlw 0 at tho lowest co t. llonUhfiil; bent lufltirncwa; elective >tudlM. 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