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ST. VITUS DANCE.
A Physician Prescribes Dr. Mllei Restorative Nervine. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.: Mj duughter Mattie, aged 14, was afflicted last spring with St. Vitus dance and ner vousness, her entire right side was numb ud nearly paralyzed. We consulted & pbj- if vr- ... blclan and ho pr csitIUhI Dr. Miles' Restora tive Nerviuu. rdio took thrco lot ties before we haw auy certain titus of improvement, but after that fcho heun to improve very fast and I now think she in ent in ly cured. he lias taken nine bottler of the Nervine, but no other liii'dii'lno of any kind. Kuox, Ind., Jau. 5, 't.. II. W. I Iostetter. l'hytdViuns prcscribo Dr. Miles' lioineUles because they are known to be the resultof the long practice and experience of one of the bi ighte.it, members of their profession, and are carefully coiuiiouiided by expert i'iii''t chemNts, in exact iKVoni.inee witli Dr. Miles' prescriptions, m used In his practice. l)u hale at all druggists. Write for Dr. Miles' Hook on the Heart and Nerves. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klkhart, Ind. Dr. Miles' Restore Health. m m Laa The American ProtecbVt Tariff League is a national organization advocating Protection to American Labor and Industry" at explained by'itt conititu tion, as follow : " The objeo of Me Lnm k e aeeteet Amanoan labor by tariff en bweeete, wMeh haJI adequately itur American Industrial aeedntte gainttheoemptitienefreeifleer.- There are no personal or private profits in connection with the organiza tion and it is sustained by memberships, contributions and the distribution of its oublications. FIR3T: CorrMpendtnee It aoRttod refardlnf " Mambarahip" and "OffioiaJ Corree pendente." SECOND: Wa naad anal walaoma eentHawtiene, whathar amallof Urja, toeureaute. THIRD: Wa publiah'a krp line ef doeufnanU covering all phaaaa of the Tariff question. Com plete tt will ba mailed to any addreaa for 00 oente. FOURTH! Sand poataJ oard re qua t f op free ample copy of the "Amerioan Eoonomiit. Aclclrata Wilbur F. Wakeman, General Secretary, 135 Waat 23d 8 Wei. New Yerfc. RESTORE LOST VIGOR Jl. f.iiB una Ail. r I ning. JTiw lir fiol.l with WKITTKM ! V A It A NTfc B to Cure Nervou lbi t it t . I.okk fKixul I'ow.r in f ithe r in,lnTlaDt. jj r.ims.H.in irotn nny mil. 11 nrieovu, luca tronM lfiid t consumption nr insanity, 1 1 00 par boi bv mil, tunc fur f.V f With "vry fi.nrdur we give a wnlten iT'iamntrr to rnri nr refund the monry. Ad dr-a I'KAl. MEDICINE CO., CU-vclaud, Ohio. Sold liy Holmes & Cetinell, DrujrKists, Heidi in,'. Mieh. Use Wellx' hailiulry Hlue, the hest Milein? for laundry use. K.n li J:it kae makvs two )uartf. ! ct.H. NERVOUS, DESPONDENT, WEAK, DISEASED MEN Cures Guarantcod or No Pay YOUNG or MIDDLE-AGED MEN Yon may have bn the victim of Self A bane when jountf. lAter Excohhm or expoenre to blood iif.e;e-e( mny have rompUud the work. Yoit feel the eynij.torue at&lintr over ya. You dread the fntore rnaolta. You know yon are not a man mentally and Hexually, hy not e ccrel in time and avoid the and experience of other wrecka of thene dini. Onr NEW METHOD I HKATM KNT WILL CUltE YOU AFTE1J ALL LLE FAILS. Emissions, Varicocelo and Syphilis Cured W.M. M1LLKB W. H. MIU.XR Hefore Treatment After Treatment "At the H?e of 15 I com men red to rnin my health. Lnter on aa "ONE OF THE HoYH" I contractml aaerioaablooddiaeaa -SYPHILIS. I wan wenk and nervona, diHindrit, nimplen, atinken ejee, bona Iainn. ulrem, nnir lome, rore tonsrne and month, drain in nrine, varicocele! I wan a wreck. 1 wan in the l -t ntntf'-a when a friemi recommeudtl Dre. Kenne1y A KTnnn. A dozen other doctom had failed in curing me. Dr. Kennedy A Kersran enred me in a few week- by t hoi r New Method Treatment. I would warn aimilar lifloiund men to Ix'ware of Meiical Franda. They are reliable hon't and rkillful l-hyaiciann." W. M. MILLElt. CONSULTATION FREE. "We Ireitt tiel cure ' Varlco celt', NyttltlllM, l:ttllHftloiiN, f .let t, Ntrlcttire. Krrvouit He lilllly, ITitfiHttirHl ISIncliHrtceaj, Kidney and lllndtler I aj. raieH, 17 YEARS IN MICHIGAN 200,000 CURED Mo cure, Tn ray. Write for Ouentlon IllntiU for Home Trrnlnirnt, Hooka free. onaultntlou Free. DAs.llENflEDY tt KErtCAII No. 148 5hlby 5t. DETROIT, - - MICH. Si AS TO CLKAXLINESS. SUGGESTIONS FOR MAKING THE BATH ROOM ATTRACTIVE. A Mighty Tranaforinatloo May U Wrought by Ingeuulty, Deteruduiatloa and Small Expenditure of Mouey Little) Thlnga That Add to Ona'i CoiuforU Uxually the tuont uimttnictlve room la the huutk) It tho buthrcxjin, while from point of iiuportani It hhould bo mado iuot lnTltlng. Cold, dark, Klo"'yi It r jxilij rather than attract. Small wouder tliat tho averaKO person la content to make dally abbre latod ablutions and a weekly plunge the one groat Hacrlflw on the altar of claanllnoHri. The refrerthlng, life giving qualltlei of the bath, ho nooesxary to health and ltd attendant happinexs, are too valu able to le lgnortHl. Yet In a room devoid of chwrlugiHuivenleneoH it U hard to carry out the campaign of cloanllnesH so careful ly lind fully planned by writers on the hud ject Every housekeejier should dutifully see to It tlxat the bathroom In made com fortable with simple, wholesome neces saries. While the requirements for luxurious fittings are almost untold, for comfort they are simple, inexpensive and shall I say ob ligatory1 Determination, Ingenuity and a little money will work a mighty trans formation. First, have a glazed iiper preferably In tile design hung on the wall. Let the floor be stained or covered with oiled mat ting, with a rug for the center in winter. At the window have a crisp, washable cur tain, either in white, or blue and white should the jwiper show delf coloring. If the interior of the bathtub be unsight ly, treat It to two coats of white paint, let ting the one dry thoroughly before the next Is Hpplied. A coat of enamel paint should then be put on, and after It Is well dried tho freshened apiearauee will repay the labor. Unless subjected to rough usage, 16 will keep its shining visage a long time. A set of shelves placed where space and convenience agree, will be needed to hold the accessories to the toilet bath. A dainty curtain sliding on its brass rod will make of these shelves a comely cabinet. A clothes polo to stand in one corner of the room to hold tho clothing during the ltath will re turn It to you in much better condition than if tossed on tho floor. If space will permit, a small rocking chair will be a sat isfactory addition to this room, so modest in its furnishings. A rubber mat placed beside the tub Ui step out on after tho bath is a positive necessity. While woolen mats can be used, they are not ho hygienic, since tho rubber, itelng lionubsorbont, is readily drh-d. A fur rug in winter is a grateful comfort to stand ou during the dressing time. lksido tho tub, at a convenient height above it, wire luvskets should be fas tened to hold the soap and sponges that they may 1 accessible during the bath. A many armed, folding towel rack should lie screwed to the wall and well supplied with Turkish and damask towels, to be replaced with fresh ones for each individual Itath ing. Attention to simple detail and the many little niceties seemingly useless will make neat and careful men and women of tho growing generation. The fastidious woman who fully values tho importance of cleanliness and comfort Will have on tho shelves suggested a Itottlo of ammonia, a tiottlo of alcohol, a bottle of lavender or violet water, a little of lister lne and one of witch hazel. A box of sea salt is our only means of counterfeiting an ocean plunge. Theu, too, a weak solution of salt water Is an eye strengtheuer and a curative agent in case of cold In the head or nasal catarrh. Powdered alum deserves a place in this cabinet, for when added to tho foot bath It Is a wonderful rester for swollen feet. A jar of cold cream is a worthy assistant. Tho can of almond or Indian meal is a household word and need scarcely bo mentioned unless to complete the list. Hut every one may not know that the proper can to keep it in to admit of dexterous dusting when needed is one having a perforated lid. The rationale Is apparent. A separate cabinet should lie used as a receptacle for the simple family medicines, the sovereignty of which has been asserted by that most reliable teacher, experience. No others should be saved to clutter up with their uselessness; it is surprising how tenderly old prescription injt ties are cared for, when their contents should be thrown away as soon as circumstances make it pos sible. The brushes which every woman needs for her Iwith are a lleshbrush for occasion al use, a nailbrush and rubln-r complexion brush. A thorough rubbing of tho face and neck dally with a rubber brush Is al most equal to massage. It docs not Irritate the skin as does a bristle brush, and it does exercise every particle of flesh, stimulating the nerves and awakening unused facial muscles. For the teeth and what telltales they are all that aro needed to keep them Im maculate, apart from an occasional visit to a dentist as a preen ut ion. are a soft brush, precipitated chalk slightly lerfumed with orris root, a generous use of tepid water and a bunch of medium sized quill tooth picks. Once a day is often enough to use the chalk. After meals and just before re tiring, after a careful brushing, use the quill, inserting it between all the teeth, thus ridding the spaces of all foreign par ticles. A teaspcxnful of listerlne In half a glassful of water should be used several times a week as a wash and garglo. It is excellent for sore or lxse gums, sweetens the mouth, and is at the same time a valu able disinfectant. "Little tilings console us because little things afflict us," and the diligent, intel ligent use of all these little helps will ban ish many big afflictions and mako of the bathing time a pleasure, for 'tis then we find "true beauty In utlllty'Ladles' World. Lemon Juice For the Skin. IxMnon juice, It is said, rubbed on the cheeks before going to lod and allowed to dry there will remove freckles, sunburn and whiten the skin, besides giving It a charming smoothness and softness to the touch. This should be done about three times a week, both winter and summer, and Is one of the greatest aids to such com plexions as aro afflicted with enlarged and blackened jore8. These enlarged iores are duo to deficient circulat ion of the blood and are to le greatly aided by vigorous rubbing with a coiirse towel every time the face 1 washed. New York World. To rollah the Orate. This paste for polishing the kitchen range will le acceptable to the thrifty housewife who likes to ho her grate very cleau and bright: Uoil two ounces of best black lead In nearly half a pint of lager beer, with a piece of yellow soap the slzo of a nut When this is imiteil, dip lu a joint er's brush and vet the grate, having first brushed off all the sixt ni.d dust. Then take a hard jnlis!ilr brush and nib till of n Uviutlful ItM r Consumption, laifrippe, pneumonia, ana an 1 hrf A,,.H..nff diseases are cured bv Khiloh 'a' car. For tale dj w. 1. ceneuici k kx. a " .".--. . .v.... V. , A Hllk Seaaou. On account of tho remarkably low prloa of silks, both plain and lu every Imagi nable fancy device and combination, aays a New York fashion writer, a silk season is upon us silks for entire summer cohtumes and evening toilet s-llks for separate skirts and a host of Kejvirme waists, for caies in numerable, for dressy 01 mt and redlngotoa with elalxrato shoulder effort for elderly women; silk itettlcoats and nightdresses and summer lingerie, silk foundation ma terials In pale dclinato tints, and wash silks for tennis, traveling, etc. City merchant" report that they liavo already In Juno sold more than twloe tho amount of silk and satin over the counters ami Ut manufac turer of ladles' garments and wraps that they sold In tho month of Juno a year ago. If not conqiosing the nrgument entire, silk is prominently lutrHluml us a combina tion or garniture, Tho salo of shepherd's check and pin striicd summer silks alone has been phenomenal. To Keep the I)rrna Down. Havo you noticed how many pretty cos tumes aro siolled in effect by tho skirt blowing above tho knees? Half the women who ride In skirts seem to lo troubled lu this way, and jet tho remedy is simple. Take two piece of clastic aliout an Inch wide and of a length equal to the depth ot tho hem In the skirt, or atstut 4 or 5 inches. Fasten one on each side of the skirt at ti point where It touches the buttons of the leggings when standing in a natural posi tion, sewing one end of the clastic strong ly to tho top of tho hem, on the inside, ami with a black safety pin fasten the othei end to tho leggings Ix-twecn the buttons. When adjusted properly, tho bands should not draw, when standing, and they will not lx) visible either lit walking or riding. Yet the device Is effective In tho most blus tering weather. Huston Advertiser. When the Chop Are Tough. When chops aro found too tough for broiling, bo they mutton or lamb, they may lx; made very palatable by stewing in tho following way: Heat some butter until it nmokos In a frying pan and brown the chop slightly and quickly on both sides. Then put the chops in a saucer, nearly cover with hot water and cook them gently until tender. Take out tho chops and sot them where they will keep hot without drying out. Cxil tho liquid in which they were cooked, skim off tho fat, then heat and thicken with browned flour. Season Ut taste with salt and lepH-r, and just lxv fore serving add the juice of half a lemon and from ono to two tablesjxMmfuls of cherry. Pour over tho chops. New York Post To Clean Ivory Handled Univea. Ivory knife handles may lie whitened considerably and kept so if they are occa sionally Hoakd in alum water. The alum water must loil first and then ck)1 lx'fore tho knives aro placed in it It them re main in the water an hour, then remove and brush with a nailbrush. Take a clean linen towel, wet with cold water, wring it as dry as jxwslble, wrap tho knife handles in tliis and let them dry slowly. If they are allowed to dry too quickly from the alum water, they will not 1 satisfactory, but If these directions are carefully carried out they will Ikj nice and white. After the blades have U-en cleaned they may lie bril liantly Nlisht!d with charcoal powder. Philadelphia Inquirer. Pointer For Mealtime. Have tho dessert all served on the side board and keep the coffee hot in tho urn. A careful housewife will not allow her table to become mussy during .the meal. he avoids this by quickly rcmovlug soup plates and dishes after each course. A clever cook can tut transform tho sim plest dish as to 1x3 hardly recognizable. Veal cutlets servtil plainly are good, but veal cutlets breaded and served with to mat! sauce are excellent and so very little more trouble. Hrollcd ln-efsteak 1 gMd, but broiled beefsteak dresstl with butter and flour rublted together Is a dish for tho gixls. Wheuever it is iossiblo use garnishes of green. The Head and Hair. Ammonia should lx; used in washing white or gray hair instead of borax, which has a tendency to give the hair a yellowish tinge and is also too drying When the hair Ix'gins to fall, and approved lialr tonic and brushing have 1U tie effect, to thoroughly massage the scalp is often lxmc fldal, as it stimulates the circulation and also raises the hair on tho head and gives it a heavy appearance. The massage should be given with tho pajm of the hand and tho linger tips, but tho nails should not touch the scalp. Ink on Furniture. To remove ink that has Ix-en spilled on mahogany, rosewcxxl or black walnut fur niture put half a dozen drops of spirits of niter Into a spoonful of water and touch tho stain with a feather wet in this. As soon as tho ink disappears rub the place Immediately with a cloth wet In cold wa ter, or tho niter will leave a white spot dif ficult to remove. If after washing off the niter the ink stain still shows, reiieat the second time. For the LI pa. There aro many harmless and healing salve that can Ixj used on the lips. Dry Hps want ono kind of remedy, while very moist lips require quite another kind of treatment A very nleo ointment for tho lips can lx? made of fi parts of olive oil to 1 Iart of pure white wax, which must lx; heated over the fire In a porcelain lined pan. Two drops of tincture of benzoin can be added if w Ished. The New Kettle. The Ixjst way to prejMiro a new Iron ket tle for uso is to 1111 it with clean ixtato peelings and water, lxU them for an hour or more, then wash tho kettle with hot wa ter, wlpo it dry and rub it with a little lard. Repeat tho rubbing several times after using. lu this way you will prevent rust and all tho annoyances likely to occur in the use of a new kettle. When the Hand Iooka Micky. Those who aro afraid of the lick of the hand presenting a sticky appearance In stead of applying glycerin after drying the hand win rub them well with toilet xw der. Tho effect of tho powder Is magical. The roughened skin is cooled, sHthed and healed, bringing and insuring the greatest degree of comfort from this by no moans insignificant annoyance. Cleaulng Mirror a. The really liost metlnxl of cleaning mir rors and windows is to rub them with a Iiste of whiting and water. When this dries, polish with dry chamois and remove the ixmder. A little alcohol in cold water also gives a brilliant polish. Soapsuds should never be used. Tb liiwi i) x'... v 1. ..t.i .w 1 ofk weeaij T"! V 1 - ,v iuuuhc n tteenB ior iu cenw. CHILDREN'S COLUMN. ODD NESTING PLACES. Sparrows Reek the Great Soldier's Protec tion Wrens In a Vallae. Of all tho txld place for nests two patri otic sparrow who live In Lincoln park have chosen the oddest They have nestled close down lti tho lap of tho bronze Gen eral (irant, who sits all the year round looking out over tho hike. Hero no one, not even the boy with their alrguus, can disturb tho neat little nest, and the young birds are not a bit afraid of the big man who looms atxve them. Ono of our girls, Edlah Lundgren, discovered this odd nest and she says about it: "It heems to me that Mr. and Mrs. Sor row thought that if they could put their little ones in tho lap of such a great general that he would take care of them as he did the soldier lxys of tho late war. I am very interested in this, and I'm anxious to hear if any other lxy or girl can find a nest put in such a safe place a these small, wise birds have found. " Uernlco .Slaughter of Oketo, Kan., also tells of an xld place for a nest She says: "One day a pair of wrens went Into our storehouse, thinking they would find a nice, cozy home. Mrs. Wren saw an empty valise that lielongod to my grandma and thought it would lo nice. After finding Mr. Wren of tho same opinion they went to work and carried sticks until they had the valise filled, and It was a large one too. Then they built a nest In tho center of It "One day grandma went to get her va liso and found the nest and four cute little eggs in it. Mr. and Mrs. Wren scolded so hard that she put the valise Iwvok, and the next time she went to l'H)k at it there were four little wrens in the nest" Chicago Record. Ills Regular Work. To the Ixiys and girls to whom Paul Re vere's name Is Inseparably connected with tho story of the famous "Midnight Rldo," a certain advertisement which apjx'ared for the first time in the Hoston (Gazette on tho 2tth of December, 17(58, may lx; somewhat surprising: Whereas many Persons are so unfortu nate as to lose their Fore-Teeth by Acci dent, and otherways, to their great Detri ment, not only in Lcxjks, but speaking, both In Public and Private: This 1 to In form all such that they may have them re placed with artificial Ones, that looks as well as tho Natural, & answers tho hnd of fMtoakingto all Intents, by Paul Revere, Goldsmith, near tho head of Dr. Clarke's Wharf, Hoston. -all Persons who havo had false teeth flxt by Mr. John Haker, Surgeon Dentist and they have got lxso, (as they will In Time) may have them fastened by the above (who learnt the Method of fixing them from Mr. Haker). Make the Hall Itoll Into the Hand. Here Is a quaint old puzzle that you may Ikj interesb'd in solving. Isik closely at tho hand, and the cross, and the IxilL At tho ordinary distance from tho eyo (seven or eight inches) tho ball is atxmtunlnch from tho index finger. If the paper is ap y f roac hod to the face with the nose opposite he dagger, the Ixill will appear to move toward the hand and to rest on tho top of tho Index finger. Hy then moving the i per slightly the effct may lx? produced of (ho kill's rolling along the top of the fin rer and then of Ixing clasxxl by the hand. I'ho Illusion is more pronounced if tho Jrawing Is enlarged to three or four times 'ihe size shown. Exchange, The "Three Tlmea" Table. Three times ono is thu baby, Threo tiiiH-s two Is ine. I oiikiit to come last it's politer. But it wouldn't do, you see. Threw tiniHi three is Esther, Three times four 1 Jack, Three times flvu's tfone vls'tlng (That's Nan) and hasn't got back. Three tinios alx why, truly, I've only Just got so fur; But It'a such a lot, as likely's not Three times six Is grand pi. Youth's Companion. Mary'a Heart. In a certain schtxd some of the classes rerodeepin tho study of physiology. They seemed to tike a great Interest in it and were disposed to lx; painfully accurate alxuit their answers to questions. Ono day a review wus In order. "Which of you children," asked the teiicher, "can tell me in what part of your body your heart 1 situated." A imxlcst little maid on tho hack seat held up her hand. "Oh, Mary well, where I your heart" "In the north central part, ma'am," an swered Mary. New York Time. Tommy Flaed It. "Tommy," ci M Tommy's mother from tho window, "didn't I tell you not to sit down on tho damp grass" "Yes, mamma," returned Tommy. "I ain't a doln it; I wiped this grass with a towel before I sat down. "Pearson's Weekly. (ld papers for sale at this office for 2o cents a hundred. MOTH ACCUSED OF MURDER. Singular Defenae Advaucrd to Exculpate au Aocuaed l'rlnce. Recent murder mysteries serve to rocall that of Princess Caravella, a singularly lovely woman who met with n violent death at Naples. Tho princess had been entertaining a party ef friend at dinner at the Caravella palace, and as she had promised to attend a ball toward mid night she went to her bedroom to lie down for a few minutes' rest to refresh herself for the dance. At 11 o'chtck httrmald entered the room to awaken her, whereupon the princess asked her to return tt little later, and 20 minutes afterward, when she returned, the girl found her mistress still lying on her bed with scarcely a muscle of the face chauged, but stone dead, with the mark of a tiny bullet in tho region of the heart. Tho maid's shrieks quickly brought the prince and tho whole household to the room, and within ten minutes the judicial and police authorities arrived. It was clear that no stranger had fired the shot, since the bedroom was situated on the third floor and no one had entered tho gates of the palace between the hour of 10 and midnight. At length tho prince was arrested on a charge of having murdered his wife with the llttlo pistol which lay by her side on the table and one chamber of which was empty, color being lent to tho accusation by the fact that ho was notoriously jealous. His trial resulted in acquittal, partly in consequence of au extraordinary piece of testimony which was produced in court by ono of the police ollkials. Tho story ho re lated was this: A oouple of days after the murder, on the removal of the seals from the doors of the bedroom, he had made a careful inves tigation of the apartment and had found on the floor by the bedside one of those enormous night moths the bodies of which are almost as thick ns n man's thumb and which abound In Italy. He declared that the moth's wings were badly singed, as if it had flown against the candle that stood on the table by the bed side. He produced the moth In court and then proceeded to point out to the Judges that some of the powder of the insect's wings was apparent on the black ebony and gold stock and trigger of the little re volver which had been found on the table and with which the ahootlng had been done. He then called the attention of the judges and jury to the phenomenal facility with which the trigger yielded and ad vanced the extraordinary argument that the princess had been murdered by the night moth, which, he alleged must have flown into the room, attracted by the cau dle light, and falling with singed wings on to the table had discharged the revolver in the violence of U contortions. A lllack Forent Wedding;. It is a largo square room, with plasterer walls, and unadorned except by two or three coarso colored prints. It Is only fur nlshed with a number of long trestle tables and forms, and round theso tables aro crowded tho wedding guests, stolidly and continuously eating enormous cherry tart and drinking new wine. There is nothing festive about them, and they aro not beau tiful to behold. The women aro dressed lu an ugly fashion. They wear black btxlices and short black skirls, plaited into an astounding thickness at the waist, and some of them have hideous tight fitting black sll'i caps, tied closely under their chins with wide black strings. It would take a very pretty woniau to stand the effect of this costmup, and tho requisite amount of beauty U not forthcoming in X. Hut tho brido and her bridesmaid (about oO In number) are more gorgeously arrayed, inasmuc h aj they wear crowns monstrous erection of glass beads, glitter ing balls, artificial flower and bits of tinsel, all fixed upon a cardboard founda tion that towers a gixid foot and a half In height and overshadow tho wearer's head and face. It is wonderful how they can bear tho weight of them. Somo of the men are In peasant costume and somo In ordinary drttt. There is littio of the picturesque mountaineer of our imagination. Corn hill Magazine. How to Jo I p and IKmn Stairs. Very many diseases are brought on and others are aggravated by going up and down stairs In an incorrect fashion. Few people go up stairs in a sensible and ra tional way. It is the custom to rest the weight on tho ball of the foot and give a littio spring to tho next step. This is not only hard work, but is an unnecessary strain on tho muscles, and very exhausting to delicate people. Going up In this way is bad enough, but going down in the cus tomary manner is a thousand times worse. To bounce from ono step to another, strik ing the weight on ono or both feet, 1 al most certain to produce serious disease. If there is any weakness of tho organs of tho body, there is liable to be a breaking away of ligaments or rupturing of the tissues. Severe paiu and long contlnuod illness havo In more than ouo instance been traced directly to thj pernicious habit of bouncing down stairs. At tho moment the person does not realize it indeed, may continue in the practice for a long time, suffering meanwhile, but either un able or unwilling to attribute tho distress to the correct source. New York Ledger. id) 1.0 k a lloinauu. A woman of experience ha wrltton on her kitchen dor, "No Thoroughfare," "for," she says, "tho bad tempered, goxl cook I am convinced, is the outcome of tho constant gossip and coming of tho thou sand nud ono who feel at perfect liberty to dash Into the kitchen at auy minute of tho working day. Tho butcher, the baker, the grocer, boy, tho manservant, tho maid servant, the children, all consider the kitchen their very own stamping ground, just as if you could cxxct anything in the way of temper or works from an artist subject to constant Interruption at foreign hands." Waterproof Cloth. To mako ordinary cloth waterproof put half a pound of sugar of h ail lu a pail of rainwater, with half a pound of alum; stir at Interval uutll the water becomes clear, and then pour it off into another pail. Put tho cloth or garments into it and let them fctnnd -4 hours. Then hang tho cloth up to dry, without wringing. Garments treated thus can be worn in the wildest storm of wind and rain, without the wearer getting even damp. Tho rain will hang in globules upon tho cloth, and cloth that is watcrpnxif better and more healthful than rubber gixxls. She reared a Allan 1. Tall Shopper Will you please tell me how long these skirts are? Clerk (superciliously) They aro tho regular length, madam. Tall Chopper (meekly) Ah, but Pin not! New York Journal. Thero can bo no excess to lovo, to knowl fdgn, to lxauty when theso attributes aro considered in the purest sense. Kmrrson. Dannek and Tribune one year $1,25 1 JifjlBflGuBEi AND NEURALGIA CURED BY AR-THRO-PHONPI-A You can try before you buy. j Sample bottle mailed F ft E E on recei plot(2c)atsmpsif name oftSu paper. W. H. H I II Co.,Oetroit.Mici If you Clire tho jour back won't hurt.1 Dr. Ilandy'o Pile Guro euros piles because. It reaches the sore spot. At drug-gists or by, mail. Send For Bookltl W. H.Hill Co., DstroiLCbh. Reward! $200.00 Reward. 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