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j' Tbe frog let In tbe evening
? Trills his tender roundelay.
One day we wear an ulster.
Next day n duster thin.
And then «a think the summer
Is beginning to begin.
—Boston OoerUr.
ALL AROUND THE HOUSE.
Fashion. In Wall Paper—Arranging Heavy
Draper!
Landscape designs used to be commonly
employed on wall papers "in our grand
mothers' times, anil now reapjiear on some
of the new papers for halls.
Batin papers with soft grounds of creamy
tint, covered with graceful designs of vines
and flowers, such as morning glories, in blue,
pink and purple, are favorites for chambers.
Other grounds seen in the new papers are in
imitation of draped crepe cloth.
Drawing room and library papers are ex
ceedingly rich in effect, showing embossed
blocks of gold alternating with other designs.
Practical Suggest Ions.
Pumpkin Marmalade.
Runpkin marmalade may be made ax fol
lows: Pare and core a medium sized ripe
pumpkin and cut into small pieces; put six
pounds of sugar and one pint of good cider
vinegar into a porcelain lined kettle, with
one ounce of good ginger root bruised, and a
dosen cloves tied up together in a bag; wjien
it gets wann put in the pumpkin, press it
down well and cook until it is quite trans
parent and soft; take the pumpkin out with
a strainer and keep near tho fire, while the
liquid is boiled down to a thin syrup ; then
put the pumpkin back into the kettle and
boil half an hour, stirring it well with a
wooden spoon. _
Recipe for Potpourri at Any Season.
When one cannot procure rose petals or
sweet herbs for making a potpourri, tho fol
lowing mixture will answer nicely in their
place, though it is chiefly used for perfuming
drawers, chests of linen, etc.: Bruise to
gether four ounces of orris root and sweet
flag; add three ounces sandal wood, one ounce
cedar, one ounce each of gum benzoin,
styrax and nutmeg, powdered ; half a dram
essence of lemon, one dram millefieurs,
twenty droits oil of lavender, ten grains of
musk and ten drops attar of ruses, and tie up
In silk or flannel l*ags.
A Plant of Merit for House Culture.
Freesias aro planta al unit which wo hoar
rather more just now than for some time
past. Though not new they are unknown to
the average amateur florist, and they make
excellent |»ot plants. Plants that one wants
to bring into blossom at tho holidays should
be placed in a warm part of the green house
at about this time, and toward the middle of
Deoemlier they must be put where they will
have a temperature of 70 degs. in the day
time and not less than (50 «legs, at night
When in growth they require liberal water
ing. _
Preserved Quinces.
Pare, core and quarter nice ripe quinces,
removing all tho hard ]>art around the core,
cover with water and let thorn come to a
boil, skimming them well. Take as much
sugar by weight as you hail of quinces after
paring, etc., and when the quinces begin to
be soft add about one-fourth of it, but do
not stir, and when the liquid comes to a boil
again add more sugar, and so on till all of it
is in. Let the preserves then boil slowly till
the color is as deep as is desired.
lleautiful Brown Stain.
A well recommended stain for producing a
beautiful, uniform and durable brown or
walnut in light woods and furniture consists
of equal part* of manganate of soda and crys
tallized epsorn salts in twenty to thirty times
the amount of water at about 144 degs. Fahr.
The wood is brushed with the solution. It
may be afterward smoothed with oil and pol
ished. By lessening or increasing the amount
of water the stain is made darker or lighter.
Delicious Cora Rrea«l.
A housewife says that the following makes
delicious corn bread : A pint and a half of
white corn meal, a tabl<*Hi>oonful of sifted
flour, a want teaspoonful of salt and three
heaping teasiHxmfuls of baking powder mixed
thoroughly together while dry. Add one
tablespoouful of fresh butter and a scant plot
of sweet milk or cream to make a soft dough;
bake at once in a buttered pan.
How Snaila Are Cooked.
A noutiipriuir tolls that snails are very
largely cc.nwin.ed as food in New Orleans,
They are killed by throwmg into hot water j
Then the mihi is are washed m weak lye and
the shells In stronger lye. The meats are i
boiled and then roasted in the shells, with a ;
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dressing of bread or parsley.
Th« Marks of Good Mill (on.
Good mutton and good liunli may lie known
by its fine grain, goed color and white fat.
The breast is the tost part for stews ; it Isalso
the cheapest. A breast weighing three ikuiihIs
will make the principal dish for a dinner for
four people, and coats from four to five cents
per pound.
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Unique Arrangement of n Heavy Drapery.
A unique design for tho arrangement of a
heavy drapery for a portiere, which con also
be applied to window draperies, is described
by Demorest as follows:
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FIG. 1—UNIQUE PORTIERS.
The curtain shown in tho cut is heavy old
Wd silk chenille, with a broad band of old
blue, and the tassel is of multi colored silk in
Persian effects, with old blue silk netting and
sord.
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no. 8—HOW T1IK DRAPERY IS FOLDED.
The second cut shows the manner in which
tbe drapery is folded, attached to the ring,
tnd drawn over tho curtain pole, which is set
In the door frame. The advantage of this or
ratigement over other methods of banging a
drapery over instead of on the polo is that in
drawing the curtain aside the correct post ,
tiou of the folds is maintained by ths rings
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CURE fön BLINDNESS.
I An Operation Which Relieves the Rrnln
and Restores Night.
I Knglish surgeons have devised a new
and beneficent operation by which the
: »heath of the optic nerve behind the
eye is opened and not only is the pres
j sure upon the nerve removed, and to
tal, or almost total, blindness cured,
! but the brain itself Is relieved. The
1 membraues which invest the brain,
* and are continued down to the eye in
! the form of a sheath which surrounds
the optic nerve, secrete a certain
amount of fluid, and whenever there is
an excess of this secretion, or by other
means, as by the growth of a brain
tumor, the pressure within the cavity
of the brain is increased, a super
abundance of fluid is apt to find its
way down the nerve shoath to the level
of thô eye, subjecting the optic nerve
to injurious pressure and frequently
destroying the sight,
may bo permanent, even though the
pressure in the brain cavity which
causes it he only temporary and be
cured. Dr. Dowocker, of Paris, six
teen or seventeen years ago, suggested
that it was possible to open the
optlc-nervo sheath, and thus not only
to roliove the nerve from pressure,
but also to drain the brain cav
ity and roliove the brain pressure
there. Ho mado two experiments in
this line upon two nearly hopeless
cases, but he tried to feel his way to
the nerve without the aid of sight, and
to cut the sheath by moans of an in
strument carrying a concealed knife
which wits projected by moans of a
spring. Only one other attempt of this
sort was made, aud the results not
being satisfactory, the experiments
were dropped until last year. Dr.
Brudenell Carter, of London, devised a
method of operating by which the
sheath was exposed to view, and every
step of the operation was guided by
the surgeon's eye. In a paper read
before the British Modical Association
at its recent meeting at Glasgow, Dr.
Carter told of four cases in which he
bud performed the operation. In one
the result was negative, so far as the
sight was concerned ; In the other throe
tkc patients wore not only quickly re
stored to sight, but were relieved or
cured of headache and sicknoss arising
from pressure on the brain. Dr. Car
ter claims that the new operation could
be performed with certainty and with
out flsk either tb life or to any im
portant structure.
Dr. Bickerton, of Liverpool, at the
saute meeting said that after hearing
of Dr. Carter's first case, he has per
formed tho operation himself in two
cases, in one of which temporary res
toration of sight was followed by a re
lapse, but in tho other one the result
was favorable. — N. ¥. Cor. Chicago
Journal.
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WONDERFUL BLIND MAN.
He Know« How to Work » Typ«- Write*
and Can Play an Organ.
Tho Bov. K. K. Donehoo, secretary of
tho Pittsburgh association whloh |\'C
poses to erect an institution for the in
struetlon of the blind, has received a
remarkable letter from Alden F. Hays,
a prominent blind citizen of Sewickloy.
The letter is in the clear and pretty
characters of tho type-writer, and was
written upon tho machine by that gon
tlemnn himself. In it Mr. Iinys briefly
tells Mr. Donehoo his own history, to
show what wonders may bo worked
among the blind people by education.
He was for eight years a pupil in the
Philadelphia Institution for the Blind,
where so many blind boys und girls
from Allegheny were trained. He is
now n man of about thirty-eight years
of ago. His career since leaving school
and his present modo of life present
some marvelous facts. A few of these
lie relatos to Mr. Donehoo ns an evi
dence of the bright future that is pos
sible for every blind person, if school
ing advantages were oniy more com
mon.
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Mr. Hays is a son of tho brilliant
r.enornl Alexander Hays, whose horoto
j ^ in tho , ate Wlu . ended with
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are i uwtth ill tha iluerness.
a ; and has been for several years past, s
; coal merchant, supplying most 01
Sewickloy with fuel. Ho conducts the
entire business himseJf—without clor
lie is now
fat.
his own orders by type-writer for coal
for from tho mine operators, takes the car
llum |>ei-s when theCUti arrives; weighs
! ieal assistant!«.
He is totally blind, yet he writes all
tha coal by the wagon-load for custo
mers; gives tho drivers properly tilled
out tickets, or makes out the receipts;
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receives money, counts it, and makes
change; keeps a set of hooks; walks to
and from his home without company,
tnd in fact goes anywhere in Sewickloy
ay himself aud without a cane.
He is an accomplished musician. For
i'.ghteen years past ho has been organ
ise tn tho Presbyterian church, and he
ï still takos overy Friday afternoon from
his business to rehearse tho music for
this church on Sabbaths.— Pittsburgh
Cor. Boston (Hob;.
Sweet Use of Adversity.
The touch of adversity is just as
necessary to bring out the best there
is in some men as is the touch of the
(cost to reveal tho glories of the
■ liitumn. What is more beautiful than
i tree or forest flashing with all the
jolors of the rainbow! How delightful
is a drive with these bouquets of
lature lining the roadside! It is said
1 heso splendors of the autumn foliage
ire the sunshine which the trees have
. been silently storing up during the
lummer when the sun has been shining
ipon them. Happy is the man who,
iu the sunshine of prosperity, has en
,'iched h'.s life with those graces of
diameter wliiph will shine out most
Deautifuliy when the touch of adversity
)r sorrow comes !—Christian Inquirer.
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The relics of a sea washed beach are a
strange study. Here you pick up a bot
tle—there a can—here a basket -there a
box—here an old hat or cap—there a boat
or shoe—here a great spike—there a bit
of rope—here a piece of cabin gilding—
there a bit of stout planking. The sea
never rests. It brings in and it carries
out. Tiie beach one day is shelving. Tbe
next run of the tide cuts it full of runs
" nd ravine«. One tide brings in a splin
set tered spar--the next carries it far out to
sea. Where there is a great bed of oyster
a and clam ehells to prevent you bathing
in today, there may be only smooth hard
, packed sand to-morrow.—Atlantic City
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MISCELLANEOUS.
—A Port Huron, Mich., undertaker
has .1 large tent for funeral purposes.
Whenever he has a funeral on a rainy
day he places the tent over the grave
so that servioes may be held with but
little inconvenience.
—A young man who presented ■
forged order to a Detroit theater mana
ager swallowed the paper when the
fraud was detected. No bad results
followed, as he was a regular eater at
the depot lunch counter.
—A little pamphlet called "Humor
in Ye Sixteenth Century" shows that
ye joker of that period borrowed a
great deal of his wit from ye humorist
of the Nineteenth century, without
givinga particle of credit .—Norristown
Herald.
—•■Now," said the choir director,
"sing the third stanza very softly. It
is necessary to do so to bring out the
spirit of the composition." "Hymn
No. 96," broke in the clergyman,
"omitting the third verse." And the
singers enjoyed it more than the di
rector. —Exchanae.
—Shakespeare, who left his wife his
second best bedstead, has been sur
passed in indifference by a modern En
glish testator, who bequeathed his
wife one farthing, whloh he directed
the executrix to forward to her by post,
unpaid, as an indication of his disgust
at the treatment which he had reoelved
at her hands, and especially in respect
of the abusive epithets, such as "Old
Pig," that he considered unjustified.
—Bees and homing pigeons recently
raced between Hamm and Rhynern,
Belgium. The towns are an hour apart,
and the bet was that twelve bees would
beat twelve pigeons in making the dis
tance. Four drones and eight working
bees well powdered with flour and re
leased at the same instant with the
pigoons at Rhynern. A drone reached
home four seconds in advance of the
first pigeon; the three other drones and
one pigeon came in neck and neck, and
the eight working bees came in just a
trifle, about a length ahead of the ten
pigeons
—In sinking large pits and wells in
Nevada stratas of rock salt were cut
through, in which were found imbedded
perfectly preserved Ash, which are
probably thousands of years old, as the
salt field oeouples what was once the bot
tom of a large lake, and no such fish are
now to be found in Nevada. The speci
mens were not petrified, but flesh, and
all were preserved in perfect form, and
after being soaked in water for two or
three duys could be cooked and oaten,
but were not very palatable. After
being exposed to the air and sun for a
day or two, they became as hard as
wood.
—A novel and very pretty spectacle
' was Introduced at a Brooklyn swim
ming school exhibition. It was called
the chariot race. Two little papier
mache chariots were constructed and
in each one was a four-year-old child.
Harnessed to the chariots were two lit
tle boys, who swum over the course
drawing their fair freight after them.
The lads were about six years old, yet
they made very good time and the win
ner was presented with a flue Ashing
pole. The children in the chariot en
joyed the race quite as much as the
boys.
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WAR CYCLORAMAS.
An Artist Kxplalna How They Are Pointed
and Put Together.
The popular idea of how tha war
cycloramas, like the Battle of Gettys
burg, Buttle of Shiloh, Battle of
Chickamauga, etc., are painted, ap
peara very laughable to a person who
knows how the work Is accomplished.
The Battle of Gettysburg and the Siege
of Paris have been shown for several
years on opposite sides of Hubbard
court, in Chicago, and the stock paid
large dividends. Each was advertised
as the work of celebrated French
artists, father and son. and the popular
idea is that these gentlemen painted
them. The fact is that, beyond a
general outlining of the work, which
was probably faithfully made after
maps procured from authentic sources,
and a general direction of the plan of
the work, the artist-in-chief had very
little to do with it. No man engaged
in a battle sees it, and an accurate
painting of two armies in combat
is Impossible. The general features
only are known. For instance. In the
Gettysburg painting there are accur
ately defined the roads. Crown Hill,
Little Crown Hill, the wheat field
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in which a memorable charge was
made _ one 0P two buildings whioh
to
were headquarters of the leading Gen
erals, and, with reasonable accuracy,
the topography of the country is de
picted with excellent perspective. But
the details of the battle, the actual
clash of arms between this and that
division or brigade. Is left a good deal
to the imagination. The artist-in
chief hires some men to put in the sky,
other men to put in the trees and
foliage, other men to put in the men in
action. Attention is paid to develop
ing this or that memorable incident,
os, in the Gettysburg painting, the
death of the cannoneer, the amputation
of the soldier's limb beside the hay
stack. Take it all together it makes
up a picture that is thrilling enough to
arouse the most intense interest on
the part of the old soldier. I remem
ber standing by the side of a veteran
at the Chicago picture of Gettysburg.
He was explaining to a companion the
details of the fight, in which he had
borne an honorable part. "Say, Bill,"
said he, "at that stone wall there I lost
my hat and, by gosh, if there ain't the
old hat lying there yet!" In painting
pictures of battles shrewd artists never
fail to bestrew the field with lost hats,
muskets and canteens. — St. Louie
(Jiobe- Democrat.
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—A woman in Walton County, Go.,
claim, to have performed laparotomy
upon the craw of a sick hen, taking out
the organ, cleaning and washing it, aAd
restoring it to its place; the stitches be
ing afterward sewed up and the han set
free. Th« bird is sold to have recov.
•red.
lbs last law signed by Fahre Fred
erick was on* permitting soldiers c t the
Guards to wear full beards instead at
mustaches only. „ .
A VALU A BMC NBDICALTRBATIIK.
The edition for UW of tbe iterling Medical
Annual, known as Hoatctter*« Almanac, Is now
ready, and may be obtained, free of coat, of
drafglsta and general country
parts of tbe United Mates, Mexico, and Indeed
in evenftclvillxed portion of the Western Hemi
sphere. The Almanac has been Issued regularly
at the commencement of every rear for over
one-fourth of a century. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice for the preservation
and restoration of health, a large amount of In
teresting and amusing light reading, and the
calendar, astronomical calculations, chronolog
ical Items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely accurate. The Issue
of Hostetler's Almanac for 1889 will probably be
the largest edition of a medical work ever pub
lished in any country. The proprietors, Messrs.
Hostetter A Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., on receipt of a
two cent stamp, will forward a copy by mall to
y person who canuot procure one In his
neighhornood.
Problems (Insoluble by the Intellect are often
solved through the wisdom of the spirit.
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dealers In ill
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White Elephant of Siam, Lion of Eng
laud. Dragon of China, Cross of Swltier,
land. Banner of Persia, Crescent of Egypt
Double Eagle of Russia, Star of ChilbTne
Circle of Japan, Harp of Erin.
~ get these buy a box of the genuine
C. McLank's Celebrated Liter
Pills, price lift cents, aud mall us the out
side wrapper with your address, plainly
written, and 4 cents in stamps. We will
then mail you the above list with an ele
gant package of oleographie and chro
matic tarde.
• Fleming Bros., Pittsbürg, Pa,
To
Dr.
Good reasons must, of force, give place to bet
ter.
"A Word to tho Wine In Sufficient.'*
Catarrh la not simply an inconvenience, un
pleasant to the sufferer and disgusting to others
—It is au advanced outpost of approaching dis
ease of worse type. I)o not ueglect Its warning;
it brlugs deadly evils In Its train. Before it Is
too late, use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. . It
reaches tbe seat of the ailment, and Is the only
thing that will. You may dose yourself with
quack inediclues 'till It is too late—'till the
streamlet becomes a resistless torrent. It Is the
matured invention of a scientific physician.
" A word to the wise is sufficient."
Will exchange an established Ice business in
Beloit, Wis., for lumber or hardware bus!nesa In
agrowing Western towu; or will sell. Reason,
poor health. Address Box 61 , Beloit, Wls.
An honest man is able to speak for himself,
when a knave is not
A "PUT AND CALL."
This is a funny phrase to the uninitiated, but
all the brokers understand It. They use it
when a person gives a certain per cent, for the
option of buying or selllug stock on a fixed day,
at a price stated on the day the option Is given.
It Is often a serious operation to the dealer, but
It is often a serious operation to
there Is a more serious " put and call " than
thin : when you are " put " to bed with^a severe
tie Chouse Dr.
cold aud your friends "call
Avoid all this by keeping In the
Pierce's Goldeu Medical Discovery. The great
cun* for pulmonary and blood diseases. Its •©
tiou Is marvelous. It cures the worst cough,
whether acute, liugering or chronic. Kor Weak
Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short Breath, Con
sumption, Night-sweats, and kindred affections,
it surpasses all other medicine*.
Man is like glass : he must be auuealed before
he is valuable for service.
Home Circle, 6 months,noc (in stamni
mium one pound bçsttea you ever drank
$1. Address Hox26:<3,8. F.,Cal. Not a joke; try it.
s). Pre
, worth
We find self-made meu very often, but self
unmade ones a good deal ofteuer.
Many men of many minds ;
Many pills of various kinds.
But for a mild, effective, vegetable purgative,
you had better get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purga
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headache, dizziness, constipation, Indigestion,
and bilious attacks ; 26 ceuts a vial, by drug
gists.
As wc multiply experiences, many apparent
contradictious become reconciled.
■m «merit nobility. KrearlaMm.
CosaaMptlu an« WMtl.| I. Chil
dren. Meott'n Knil.ltt. of Pure Cod
Liver Oil with Hynn|>bo*T>httrs, Is a most val
uable food und me«!b lue. U ereutes un appetite
for food, strengthen, the nervous system, slid
builds up the body, rieuse reurt : " 1 tried
Seott's Emulsion on n young mun whom nhysi
eluiis ut times guve up hope. Sluee he begun
using the K.mulslon tils rough hus reused,
gullied flesh und strength, und from ull uppeur
stiers Ills life will be prolonged muny year»."—
John Sri.LlVAN, llospitnl Stewurd, Murguniu,
Pennsylvania.
None are sueh aeeninpltshed dissemblers us
those who find dissembling diflteult.
For Couicha, Cold« and Throat Disorder*,
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their efficacy by a test of many years. Sold
only in boxee .
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The living
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—Agustc Comte.
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