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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNLNG, JANUARY 11, 19.
i...- . i THE CAIRO BULLETIN BaUrad at the Oatro Pof tofflo for trnimlMlon , through tbe iu4U 1 xoooil-alw rts. THE WEATHER e rtimmnwmn Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. .00 Maximum Minimum At 7 p. ni At 12 midnight (street record).. At 2.30 a. m. (street record; . . . 2U , General onaiiiuri. The day was generally fair in Cai ro, with a trace of rain toward even W, which, with a rapidly falling tem perature turned to sleet by midnight. ' Washington, Jan. lO.-Tue disturb ance centered over the lower lake re gion which has been causing precipi tation in the northeastern Quarter of the country. Temperature has con tinued mild in the eastern states, bu: northwestern cold wave has developed still further and it Is frost that now reaches Illinois on the east and Okl:t homa nnd Texas panhandle on the south. Temperatures are very low over the entire northwest. , Cold Wave. Notice was received, from Washing ton yesterday afternoon by Observer Barron of the local office of the U. S. weather bureau, that a cold wave was Impending, the temperature would fall from 110 to 4 'degrees dining the :;i; hours beginning yesterday morning when the record here was 53. This would mean that the mercury wi ! probably go below 20 this morning. Sun and Moon. Sun will rise today a. m Sun will set today "... 4.5" p. m Moon will rise tonight.... 9.52 p. tn. Note: The above sun and moon record is for Illinois and approxi mates the record at Cairo with a few minutes. a I NEWS OF THE RIVERS luiio ur me niiLiiu 5 The river marked 11.8 feet on tie Cairo gauge last evening showing a rise of .1 of a foot in 24 Hours. The steamer Three States went up H.e Mississippi yesterday after ecru for Cairo. The Fritz cam up yesterday with a barge of logs for Cairo. The government steamer Titan ar rived rom Memphis. She is towing stone for government wor. The Sadie Lee will start today cn her Initia! trip In the Cairo and Caruthersvllle trade, having at ." p. m. The H. W. Euttorff leaves today cn her first trip in the Cairo and Mem phis trade. TheGeorgla Lee will leave Memphis today for Cairo returning from here Thursday. The recent rise In the upper Ohio hat . released twelve million bushels rf coal which is coming down as fast as possible to relieve the nei'ds f 1 eoplo all along the rivers to New Orleans. Examination Ordered. Office of Inspeteor, 14th Distrle , Cincinnati, Ohio, January gtti. l!i"!. ' The public Is hereby notified thai there wil be a Civil Service Examina tion, held in the office of the light House Inspector, Room 419, Custom House, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 1st 19l'9, to creaate an eligible listt lei the positions of Master, Pilot, Mate. Engineer. Assistant Engineer and Car renter in the Light-House service. For application blanks, address, B. W. SQITHC.ATE. Secretary, Local Civil Service Board. Fourteenth Light-House District. By order of the Inspector. Night Rider Bullets. iWlth her fleet of 12 bargi - of e el the Harvester arrived in pert Tinas day from Grand Pier ch-ek. wliet she had ben tied up through low iter for several month. This i the first time that the Harvester h's been in port since "night riders" fire I on T at Caseyville last summer. There U not a equate ard of her thai l"'i not show o bulot puncture. Kv ry state room wal is perforated ar. I h"r hog chain bracts, timbers a foot -iure, have hiles clear through them caused by steel bullets. Ferry Resumes Today. The Gre-enfie'.. f, rry CPy of Me Cregcr has lea la . I up f r several ' :ys on acouul of Ice ia the river. f he wil resume hr r gular 1ri tod .:, leaving Oire at and 11: i m.. an J 2 and 4. Si) p. ru. The lie 3 almost al! itsscd out of the tipper t'w r. The City of Memphis is on the rid-i-a! mays reo-eiving repair. The Kmerson enow boat in nder I'iv.f, repairs at Paducah. Two government boats have twn t'kn to Paducah by the Harrh to b t pairfJ. Modern Way of Looking at It "The Brat alga of what we call clr llitatkm," says the Philosopher of fiiy, -is when a nation stops klll'r.g Ior by hand and s'arta doing It by i. at 1 '.. mm in ' . . " "-""-J STATES'ATrDRHElf WILL NO MOV JAMES LINGLE OF JONcSBORO, REFUSES TO VACATE OFFICE UNTIL HE GETS READY LY ERLA, NEW OFFICIAL, IRATE. p. a two column article in the An.ia Talk W. IX l.ytrla, who has just as sonied the office of states attorney of piilon county, to which he was el" t e.I lust fall to succeed Jnm.'s Liu.le, who held the office twelve years, says he is loft out in the cold without an office room, as S'.'v. Lingle nTusis to vacate the room in the court horse whlth the county has furnished bi n. The coentv board so far has refu-el to comply with Mr. Lyerla's urgent request to compel Mr. Lingle to git out Mr. Lyerla. as a tast rosoit is appealing to the people of the count through the press. GH'CAGO CIRL SUICIDES After Fatally Wounding Girl Friend Couldn't Stand to See Her Have a Lov:r. Chicago. Jan. 10. "I held her love nti' that young man stepped be tween us." declared Anna Rul inswich aged 22. shortly before she died at th? hospital tonight wound, self inflicted, net ha pa fatally shot sky. also used 22. when the Yablowssy maimed with a youn from a buret at'tf r she had tertiia Yablow I'ntil recently am b-'catue a1 : man tie two ?irls were close friends. Miss Ru binswich this attention went to her friend's house and drew a revolver, and fired four shots. She left a note showing that she brooded over the is ti.ingouient of her friend. PERSIA STILL UPSET Tribesmen Capture Ispahan and Gov ernment Troops Will be Sent Against Them. Berlin. Jan. 10. A dispatch re robed here from Teheran says that the leader of the Bakhtiari tribesmen has occupied Ispahan, and issue I a proclamation calling upon the people to elect representatives to independ ent legislating s w ithin three das. Prince Firman Firma, in command of the government troops will be sent against Ispahan. The situation there Is regarded as most serious. IN MEMORY OF PROGTOR House of Representatives Held Ser vices Yestsrday Speakers Paid Tribute to Vermont Senator Washington, Jan. 10. Tiibutes of respect were paid by the house of representatives today to the memory of the late Senator R-.fie!d Proit .r, of Vermont. By special de-i?nation, Foster of Vermont, acti d as speaker pro tern and lauded his f.rtiit r col league. Others who spoke were Ras kins of Vermont. Scott of Kansas. MoCall of Massachusetts, and I.amb if VirKinfa. COLLEGE PRESIDENT CALLED IN THE DEAN HOWARD CASE. Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. pt The cor oner has presented a demand upoi President Bell of Drake Cniversity to leliver to the jury tomorrow letter found amotiK I'ean Howards effect ifter hi mi. bleu ,.ath Thankni inc. lay. M;s. Warren Jack-cno color. .1, a servant in the home (,f Ii.au Howard, will be asked to tes ify us to th presence of alleef droits an, pied! tines in his home. TAFT'C BROTHER JOINS HIM AT AUGUSTA. G A. AiiKU.-td. V.-,i . J.i-1. 1' Chares P. Tart, wile and daua. i r. a'r.'.l I fr" to.iiplit. Th.e wi:i tea-.iii. onti' t.;" presid nt cle, t !au s frr Panam i Tin.othy L. Wo dreff arid wife at lived fi-f-m N'i Yrik. Wio lnfT 1- le-e t r an outing. . T.:f ate-,, d St. Jatiies, Metho.Ii.-t Hpix-pal hutch tilii a'el w'tt autiuiK-bl i line in the Httern.'.on. ANTITOXIN KILLS ONE CHILD. 11 OTHERS SICK Chicago. Ian. po- Ki-m-ii ei.p re ! hi'dten. ,f whotn r.ne died, a-e mi I O have be, (i:n ioI fitly M' K H tr llit 'f th adtoiais-rati-n cf ,;j-,h thoiia antitoxin by a i t y i )i oa'i fhe hMMat! cent -il ls that tie- .m.I -1' i I-1 uo had pticiimetiis and :ay have raused its lea'h. t.iit tle iiea'th del artm- nt today cr.ier. d a isil invcttieation. WAS 108 YEARS OLD. I: r I .. Main0. Ja i. ll Mr-. ?ali me fii!"ii, ar.ed I V ya s a r a' isueh'et f tl ? rovfdotioti. ar. I tic ili ' f id ! st person in New Krielan.l lied her" t i-lav. SHOT BY BURGLARS. M.tiin Mo.. Jn. I "o In a fch: with l.urjilars eay today Marshal J. K. Pieiicy. rf f"iarirc. Mo.. wa 'hot ?n-l billed snd his son. Pa cue!, w.s F' ticifly Hf unde.l. p s.a ar c.t; i l.;-ij ft r the tu..ars. Ill IT SIffl PLUl W. BARNES WHO COMMITTED SUICIDE AT PADUCAH FOR MERLY WA3 ASST. FOREMAN INDUSTRIOUS AND RE SPECTED. J. W. Banns, who committed si.i- ridel n ;i box car at P.i.luoah last bu day tonnerly resided In Cairo having hold the position of assisiant foreman f the veiieerl'ig department of the linger Manufaetu: iug Company's piaut. Fireman II. C. S 1 to solier .'in d of the de Bulletin ti:"t I industrious uarunent stall 1 man was an while on duty at the plant but. occa sionally imbibed freely of liquor. He was an upright man in principle an 1 his tragic death is regret toil by his as sociates in Cairo. Two sons and a married daughter of the decedent re side in this city. The do-ails of the death are told as follows in a dispatch from Paducah. Padueah. an. 10. Frozen as solidly as a rock the body of J. V. Burnt .-, IS years old, a practical stranger in Paducah was found inside a box oar Ftiday morning by Dan Smothonnan a negro freight handler. He spread the news of the discovery to the office employes and Dispatcher Harry John sou. The latter notified Coroner Frank Faker. After an examination he had the remains taken to the uu ilertakiug establishment. The rcr oner's verdict was death from an over dose of morphine taken with suicid;.! intent. A note found on the suicide gave his resilience as Cairo, III. The suicide came to Paducah abotr. Iucetnber 1'J from Cairo, whore h" has been employed in the factory of the .Singer s-ewnig macrsine company. Evidently Barnes had been dead since January Coroner Eaker foun I a note on the body addressed t "Martha", w-ho proved to be a daugh ter. The note state, 1 that, he wa nted of living and gave some particu lars about the disposition of his body and what he desired the children to do. The note was written on January 1. an indication tint he originally in tended to kill himself on that date, tmt the postscript, shows lp' postponed the deed until January o. USED PISTOL 10 AND IS SAID TO EXPRESS RE GRET NOW CHICAGO GIRL WANTS MARRIAGE ANNULL ED CANADIAN ROMANCE. Chicago. Jan. 1. A romance, in which the ' Mint of a revolver, youuu woman to becoim wild Canadian 'villain" at the compelled the his wife, was ulatid by Laniii A. Dunfield, a s'e nojiraiiher, this iift.iiiuon to Jud(0' Philbriok. to whom she applied fo aimulnient of lo r i.i.iiiave to John H Harvey. Miss DunfieM s uit,,;-, liail i:.-.-erv. was absent one evenir.a in Juh. l'l'ii", 'fc" tesi-ified, vi hen w hen Hatvev drove to her home hi petrolia, Or:t . and forced lu-r to oro with him to a miniMer, threa'eiiiiiL' to kill In r, II, seiy and himself if -lie did not con s- nt to be piani' d :o 1. i tn. The cor -Uiony was performed. Miss Imnlield. wno is :'u y.-ars old lives with her nitTh.r at PM Jarksoti l,oul vard. .She is crnploe, in tb of fire of a pfe ins'ir.i'iee company, an I ha.- lived in Chic.ijio since- her unf.irf un.ite e;-f iepce. Mrs. Uunfield. mother of the , i m plaii.ant, nnd Vh ;or IUMitifield, a brother, cot roborat.d hi r te-timony Tin- brother had t.rk' d with Harve in Chirago a oar t.co, he sai l, and nai ev inline. i Ion ian .! iin- d to .e,(,me r. ki , t v. -.1. r i -. He Huufi. ill -o PI s SPOFFORD DEAD. Chicago. .T.iti. t' t I art i f in ' a!;.l i.iti l"p, I. .-. ; p - c; btiua; cn pe W. Sp- f lie the to ci.i Old Pro- erD Not Correct. If i-t:0- .-inc.. !. Id; ..; '.O lid be (ar Pfs Ml.-.-fi tb-in ;, n the we: id. there re Is Agreeab'e Friends. s are -nch riLi j!,' k Ho o-ies-in'ik. t. ' - ''e r: Animi, tl.ev ; criti-U.i fr.e pa is Appreciation. If rntiMety were r ;t. p"ej !e n.lsht bf ind i,.-,! it as a K"'i thirty. ive to n -ore r-rJ Of Calumny. A nickname a n.ai may chanc to war out; but a jst-ni of ot'timriv. I iirsu" 1 ll-ll to by a f,r ;., Ksttri,y .--P 1 1HV il.-f.rt' i ir lii- rae,l. I Wcratt'i Natural Srrse. (: r v cn '.- n-ti'irai s U w. ti !' :i ' -' 1 res - .n in a pre die ! fli A- Y. P:. si fro. ero. t ti :o o a 'o ife. A 'lr.y that i r.. r ': krii it as f !.; nol LIKE UNTO OTHER CAUCUSES. Fashion Set by Hannibal Hamlin Not Infrequently Followed, The old saw siys that "politics makes strange bodfollows." ami It Is likewise n fact that the professional politician is frequently moved by tho "ox!Kem'li'.-i of tho case," to acts that will not stand close scrutiny. Not. alone Is this so In the present day, but It was so "in the days of the fa thers." When llatmit al Hamlin first began his political career he was oitca at a caucus in Hampden, the only at tendant besides himself bolus a citi zen of very tall stature ard ponder ous build. Mr. Hamlin had some res olutions to pass which bvjan by repre sentins that they were presented to a "large and respectable" fathering of voters, and he proceeded to read and "vote" them onto the records of the caucus. "Hold on!" cried the other man. "We can't pass that, for it ain't true." "What Isn't true?" demanded tho wily Hamlin. "It ain't a larse. and re caucus," objected the ether lec'ahle memb r only two of the assembly. "There's of us." "That's all right, brother, that's all right," assured Hamlin. "It goes a? read. Just you keep still. This Is a laree and respectable caucus, all r all risht. You're And large and 1 am respectable." tie resolution "nassr-u" without further demur. PECULIAR STATUES OF KINC: Rulers of Dahome Represented Guise of Beasts. In Man Prof. J. G. Frazer discuss -'3 tl'in e remarkable statues of klntts of Dahome now deposited in the Trooa dero mmeimi. The figures are symliol bolical, each king h ins represented in the guii-e of an anP al. Thus. Gue-io, who roianetl from 1S1S to 1 5S. and was known as "the cock," is represent ed by a man covered with feathers; Guelele (IVoSS'.u. "the lion." as a lion rampant; liehanzln, his successor, who was finally deposed by the French, known as "the shark," appears as a dogfish graced with the arms and sup ported by human leas. The "feathers" which once covered the statu-' of Guezo are nothing but meal plates, nails, ciuilets and scraps of old iron. Prof. Frazer oh. erves that the exist ence of these statues seems to prove that certain kings of I'ahome habit ually posed as certain fierce animals r as birds. They possibly Intended by this means to serve some magical purpose. At arty rate, they cannot be totems hereditary in the male line, siuce they differed in thrse successive generations traced from father to son. Superiority to All Law. There Is something servile in the habit of seeking after a law which we .may oboy. We may study laws of matter at and for our convenience, but a successful life know-3 no law. It Is an unfortunate discovery certainly, that of a law which binds us where we did not know before we were bound. Live free, child of the mist and with respect to knowledge we are all child ren of the mist. The man who takes the liberty to live Is superior to all the laws, by virtue of his relation to tin law maker. "That Is active duty," says the Vishnu Purana, "which is not for our bondage; that is knowlede. which is for our liberation; all other duty is pood only unto weariness; all other knowledge is only the cleverness of an artist." Henry D. Thoroan Horrid Thinj. "Whv do you ha -eriell so' .;,. swect yeiing n, other was asked. ""i'he hi fid ihitiu lefio- to kiss n y baby b'-tause he wi.B af.jid of catrhi:.-; soi,-. '.Vting." ANOTHER WOMAN CURED ByLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fl .U'lit.' tfl-Ht Sill r, Maine "I lo-ve Ut n ft erer from .g,ii;ic troubles and a severe fetiotle ""'' "m ' ',, doctor said I V on I1 have to go to the hosjjt.,1 for an oi-rition, luit 1 ci ul. I not Unr to think .f it. I de cided to try I.dia Y.. i'liikl aio's V e- tt.llde 'iiTllp"'Hid and vciiitive Wa-b aiel w, i entirely cured alter thite nioiiths" f V em." Mr?. S. A. Wu.i.hm. II F. I. . 11, B i 3:', ti ir.hner. Me. umiuti .t M sn'.iiiit to Mirtrl- ai oi -ration. b:eh lti.iv mean d.atli. i ii'itil ! Ii.n t'lveti .o;,t L. rii.kliMru i j i ft,!iie o!i)"'!i t, Hii .e Hi iilMVC- , !v from r eti and herbs a f ..it trul. ! ! ' Tli tA'Wi tl.edlrine for Wetin n' ' h;i f T ti.irty Tear proved t 1 tl.e j ino-t v.ilu.itiie ionic and remwt-r -f j tbe fern (! oraiii-m. H-Jti-T n--.i-l- j i hi Pi a tn -,-.- v i'.y -el town iu ; i tb l'ritl 'l r w l.l.nz tc-ti- ; ll.-.'tiV to tl.e W d.-:f i! virtu ed I.Viii.l L. Piiikh i:n" W-t dde I It f ur- fem,l rf.el I T' ant. lei-'v,jtit fein heal. ofo.;iU.rL 4ie radi- i U If J" ! are iiL f ir v eir i s ike ai Hoi a- , t!;"-' V-el loVf. give n a t"1 il. MrwL lMnkham. at Lynn, M a-, Innte all -ik women to write her for a.I !. Her aH ioc is f rws, aud alvraj LelpfuJL 4 . -I 1; I - i PEOPLE BECOME . USED TO QUAKES (Concluded From First Page.) im hi Id. the American consul, ami Mi.i. Crownlnslileld, ort of the finds coilcctt d from the Ami t bau visitors hll , have still te, I a wet-room to give t .l.p!e'tl!eltt I'et'ogi ( s. to tho women ciirniqmtKe QUAKE FELT IN MEXICO. Mexico, Jam HV The entire coast ol Mexico was sl'.ak 'll I) oarihiual;.' yest la.', wl ich wcstl an ' was mi st sevoi ely felt state tf (,'tien-ero the state of the at Acai'iilvo. In the t an I at ()a ;:ica lu j same nam'. The iiatotiK..1 was trivial h.,ve h en I epoi ted. and n.) fata Ith s WATERS OF CENEVA H;o Syphon -LiVe Aot;on Three Weeks Befsrs the Quake. (Iiti-va, Switzerland. Jan. I'l. The f:irb:ta!ts tf tbi-i city state that the wares s if Lake (Ii-iiva res and fe'l for two das, with a cuiioi s syphon-lil-'e iuti n. three weeks before tho luitli-iuake i t Messina. The sum I lu ni ipeiia were lutic 'd befor.' t' e : San F; isoo dio ter atii, ;asrs. a re at tribr.ted tu 'sel; ;mlo FIND MANY ALIVE YET. MissLia. Jan. P'.-Tly' bedy of Madau:e (VsUn, wife rf the Iiriiish i f it r ul at Messina, wiio with his da 'f.'h.K r made his esfapo from the ruirs. was found today. j I.iv : t rt to nii, people ..e still V, dag t.iki u the ruins. Days a'Jii it was hutied under the tin I W! s'it that all ktue must have perished. lot oi t Saturday we e oil takui. letll tirn cue 1:1 A an extraordinarily good con it pat ty if sharpshooters res old niau. Attention wa.i the place wlvie he was c.;;. d to bins by tin Pritish atta lieced many r'.ius. whining of a little he HadcliRe said he are still alive under it U' . b tie CUILIOTIHEJS REVIVED ; Ey ths Rerslution of the French Parliament Favoring ths Death Penalty. Paris, dei isit.n lure to in fa vol Jan. M As a ie-u't of the of the French cabinet to a the resolution of parliame.it of the nstoration of the diath penalty in France, next week piobablv will use several executions in the northern part or the country by the guillotine, in spite of thi' cxl.-ting law per milting infliction of the death nealty it has been the custom for several ;iLrt past for the president of the lopub ic to commute all death sen tences to life imprisonment. There are today '12. pcrsi ns in prison tinder pentenc of death. Four of them are in Paris and this city ri lisciiuent! v will see the nstoration of the guillotine. Properly Indignant Beggar, Poor Anna Gould! Among her oth er troubles she has had a hitter ex perienee with tbe professional French beggar. Most of the wealthy owners of country houses on the outskirts of Paris tire afflicted with what may be called their "beggats in ordinary.' These fellows arc highly aristocratic In their, mendiranev and must have their wants attended to at their own convenience. One such was waiting at Mme Anna's castle at an early hour. just after her fifth quarrel with Ponl She had been up neaily all night and slept late. The hoicrar waxed impatient, and, turning fiercely upon the foot man, said: "How lone d'ye suppose Khe'll be he fore she comes?" ' Iteally can t say." replied the valet, "maybe ten minutes, ma) he three hours." "Then I'll tell ye what V Is, "grow led t)c rnend.'oarit, "she may provide her nelf with another be.iar tell her that from ineV And off he went. To Step Miccoughi. Dr. Loiil Koiiplnskl retioits the ar rest nf pe.-Kisteiit hiicough by de pnfising the tongue. A patient was attacked by hiccough which had per alsted for four days before being seen by tbe doctor. He complained of the fu!lne In Ms throat, a condition which he thought the result of the hie coughs. H was directed to sit up, and with a, large spoon hand!" the tongue was pressed down and Lack with Megdy force to allow Inspection of tho fauces. Firm pressure on the tongue with the hope of fur'her ncting the ac tlon of the paia'kl muse ! w as c-ontln-cel, ho to the dortor'a surprl.-e and the utient's astonishment and J y. the l.ircoiiEh cfcwj. When the ri'r touehs teturned the patient hirnsel: -a,ii (l It by using the sp-K;n hondie TO SUBSCRIBERS. A'l reader cf Th Bulletin who fnitt ther papers are re quested to not f tne cfics prempt'y and every e?Tor wll be made by the management to ec-rect the evil. There have fceen ru nul eompta nts lately, frotn new subscribers id c'd ones tn e!l. If sub scribers will des'grate 'e nd convenent p'aces where eiders mjr plsce' tte!r papers te management will see that tre-r & rect ens are e arced out. ABOUT PERFECTION IN SOUP. Try the French Method of Preparing It with Vegetable. Whllv this has been Riven before In these columns, It is Hiich a satisfac tory soup that I want every house keeper, young or old, to add It to her stock recipes, and puss the secret of its making on to her friends, says a wrltor In the Chicago Inter Ocean. The Ingredients leipiired are: Two cupful on h white turnip cut In cubes and pot in oes cut In cubes, one cupful on; rot out in cubes, one cupful locks (th white part I, one larpe onion, a clove of garlic, one eschalot, a table spoonful salt, three tablespoonl'uls but ter, one teaspooiiful snsur, a third tea spoonful of pepper, and two quarts of water. Cut the onion fine and cook In the butter for half an hour. This must be done slowly, protecting from scorch. Then add the boiling water and oa rots and cook hfiif mi hour longer. Add turnips, potutiis and seasoning and cook an hour. If you have parsley or cerfoull add a tahlespoonful minced about ten minutes before serving. This soup is Improved If some bone or trim mings of meat be "added, hut this is not essential. A most delicious cream vegetable soup is maiir by rubbing a portion of the soup and a little salt to season. Let come just to the boll iiiK point and serve with fried or toast ed bread. Keep taeks In hottles. It saves opening many boxes to find a particu- t lar kind. ! When cleaning house use plenty of ' turpentine In the scrub water. It ' means certain deth to moths. Loft over cereals need not be wast I ed. They are excelhuit fried like mush and eaten with sirup or honey. Coveting the pun when fish is fry ing is apt to make the iish soft. A solid, linn meat. Unit is at the same time ilaky. is what the good cook likes. Ammonia should not be used In the evening or near a fire, nor should the bottle be allowed to remain uncorked It is inflammable and its fumes are not specially houlihftil. A loaf of broad will keep fresh much longer if laced in a covered stone mock. Wrap in a large cloth to ox elude air and keep the crock in a cool place. It is nicer than a tir vessel and much better than keopiut bread in the ref i Igeraror. Peruvian National Dish. Take half a do:eu onions, chop anil fry till brown; take half a dozen dry red peppers, seak two hours, then chop poppers f oe and run through s colander: put peppers in with frioc! onions, add about n quarter of a pound of cheese I siloed I, good lump of hut tej, 'sl.e of an egg; take two slices bread, cut off crust and soak In on: pint milk and put all in with onion and peppeis: f alt to tas:e, let slmmei halt' an hour and ke-cp stirring. Thoo boil half a dozen eggs 20 minutes, cu' eggs In half and gutnish dish. Serve with boiled lota'oos, and you will have a delicious di.-h. A little garlic w ill Improve It. Gun-.bo Soup, chicken, which need not bo iiid cue-half pound of bacon small slices. Put the bacon Vse a young. . cut into in the bottom eif the kettle, add the out up chicken and fry to a nice blown. Add thioe quarts of water une t i. ely cut onion, and any sweet ji'i-ii that may b-' pro-forte !:' boil slow ly for three or four hours; strain oft tie- llipnr: skim off the fat; cut tht nu at Imo sma.l pie -es, and boil lial an. I hour lender with a teacupful of boiled iloe ami a half teacupful cf okra. .lust befi re -orving add a doz .-a cysiets. cut ia halve?, and their juice-. To Do-e Children. Pil's and ti.b'e U may be easily swat lowed if enoasi'd In a little snow. The -iveiave child will think It fun to swal low a. tiny snowball. Pefore giving. him a nauseating remedy like oastoi dl let the child hold Ice in his mouth for a moment. The cold blunts the bulbs of taste and lets the medicine gi d with greater ease. Teach the d t'o tois to tiargle their throats with plain waier when they are well. P wlil r.ot be necessary to teach them lie- trick when thetr throats are sor? an 1 n i d to employ, gargle. Mustard Making. Ij making inus'aol it is a good plsn 'o and a pirn h of njt)t before mining in he na'cr. A spoonful cf vinsjai should always be ns -d to moisten the diy n.uH'ard in the- first In t a nee while a better re: ult can be attair.ee by ,! ting In wa ni mater lr.sli-ad ol cold when the niJ-tard ia not requires in haste. Honey Muffins. Plft to,--ther l' pint flour, two tea spoonn sa't. Work in two tablespoons butter; hi at and add three eggs, one teat up hi r.ry and haif a pint of sweet r.iilh. Pour In hot bu'tere-d muffin pa'ts and take in a hot oven. Rub Off Feathers. An easy ay to lemove down from t duek or pin fcaiht-rs fiom a chicken Is. after the foml has been well wald ed, to tke a rough towel and rub the fowl. This method saves much time and a tedious task. Grease from Wall Paper. Groae may be remored from wall-pa-r. aso tnatbie and wood, by rub bing gectly wl'h a soft cloth dipped In gawdine. Care rutist be taken rot to use too much gasoline cn the paper and i-trlrn il. Good Liver Need! No Bush. Cranbrrl are now declared to be a good liver corre tire, rossimy, but why sboild a g i "river n?e4 a cor- rectivt? Omaha Bee. IMPARTS A DELICIOUS FLAVOR. Old Vir'nla Recipe for 8ugar Cured H J ns and Shoulders. This recipe la one that has been handed from mother to daughter fur yeurs and long h fore the war, and any one usltitf It will have reason to be proud of tho truly delicious flavor which will l.j imparted to the meat. The sugar cured hams and shoul ders after laying l i salt bIx woc.m hang them up ami smoke well, throw ing a very little tulphur on the flru the last two or tliree days. Thou take down. Have a strong decoction of red pepper boiling hot that is, a pot of boiling water !i to which ha i been put a llberul sip ply of red pep per; add an ounce of sal. peter, wash hams and sholders thoroughly an. 1 place in the sun to dry. When perfect ly dry coat the meat sit) with a paste made of molasses and blue ami white pepper made by wartnin? tho molasses and making It thick with tho peppers. Wrap each piece nicely ami closely In brown paper, put each In n cotton sack, sew the sack up elor-e'v and hang it up. Then whitewash e.o 'i sack. Will keep for years. l!reak!':i ;t bacon can also be prepared the saum way. COOKING LEG OF MUTTON. Also the Proper Method of Serving It When Cooked. Take a leg of mutton about eight pounds, trim it, wrap It in a greased paper If the fire is fierce, and roast It or bake It for two and a half or three hours, keeping it well basted; who i ready to serve, dish up and garnish' it round with tomatoes and mush rooms, prepared as below. Dish the to matoes alternately with mushrooms round the mutton; pour the gravy from the tomatoes and .:ushrooms In a sau oerhoat or serve round the joint. Poel and cut the tomatoes lu halves; season them with a little paprika and salt, and cook them in a tin in the oven for about 12 minutes with a lit tle butter or dripping; put a Hula greased paper over them, and occa sionally baste them. Well wash the mushrooms, peel and dry, then put them in a saucepan with a little butter or dripping mixed with a teaspooiiful of flour, a little paprika and salt, and about a quarter of a pint of stock or gravy; let them boll for about 15 minutes; then take up and sprinkle over them a little chopped parsley. Breaded Chicken with Tomatoe. Cut two small chickens in nice sized pieces, roll them In bread crumbs, I hen dip them In beaten egs, and again roll lu crumbs. The crumb should be seasoned with salt and pepper. Fry the chicken until tender in plenty of butter. When done place the pieces on a heated dish, add a tahlespoonful of minced paisley to the butter In tho pan and a cupful of milk In which has been dissolved a teaspoon of corn starch. Stir it over the fire until slightly thickened and the cornstarch Is cooked, add seasoning If ni'cessary, then pour It over the chicken, garnish with fried tomatoes and serve at ouce. Mary Foster Snider. Egg Sauce for Fish. Poll four eggs for seven minutes, then remove the sheila and the whites, and rub the yolks through a wire sieve; put two ounces of butter Into a atewpan with one and a half ounces of fine flour, mix together on the side of the stove till the butter Is quite melted, then add by degrees half a pint of hot wutcr, keeping It stirred over tbe lire all the time; when It boils, add the Juice of half a lemon, half a gill of cream, a dust of red pepper, and a pinch of salt; wring through the strainer and 'thou mix In the prepared yolks of eggs. Serve in a saueeboat. This quan tity will do for eight persons. Hogshead Cheese. Take one medium sized hog"! head. Wash and scrape clean; put Into pot, add one table-spoonful of salt and cover with boiling wate-r. Poll until meat falls ofT the bones. Put Into chopping bowl the meat, brains and rinds. Chop very fine; agueeze out all the grease. Add It the chopped meat one salt sHonful black pepper, one teaspooiiful ground mustard and two tablespoon fills vinegar. Take piece of white cheese cloth or muslin; put Into bowl or de-ep Iron pot e liopjied me-at; cove-r top with muslin: lay plate on top and put flat iron on plate to pre dow n. Let etand over night, when It Is ready for table use. Scotch Broth. Itoil four quarts of lean mutton In four quarts of water, stir Into It half a pound of Scotch barley. Keep u we ll mixed until the water bolls and fkl'i the sulfate carefully while simmering as fast as the scum rises. Cut up a couple of carrots, a turnip, and an onion, add these with a quart of green peas, a few sprigs of parsle y and a dessertspoonful of peptier and salt mixed. The vegetables should not be allowed to boll a longer time than Is required to cook them. Scotch broth may be made of beef or real. Don"! Cry Over Onions. Kvery housekeeper knows the great diswrnfort occasioned from chopping onion! for chili sauce. If they win add the red peppers to tbe onion and choi together they will find the mnnjatiie from smarting eye entirely done away with. Hold the onions under the wa ter while peeling. Te Protect Baby's Stockings. Paste a piece of muslin or cambric the color of tbe stocklrgs la the top where the safety pin 1 used, ana the w ill not be tore by tbe (.ins. Be Natural and Happy. The easiest way to be happy is to be natural, to be yourself, without any airs of assumption or prt-tecsioiie to that which yon are noL