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A sour sponge may bo thoroughly cleaned by rubbing a fresh lemon inlc it, then rinso several times in lukewarm wator. lieofsteak: Dredge with flour in which is pepper and salt. Put butter in a frying-pan, allow it to get hot, then put in the steak. Cook quickly, not over ton minutes. Good Housekeeping. A nice table is ofton injurod by something warm being placed on it, which leaves a whitish mark. To re move this pour some lamp oil on the spot and rub hard with a soft cloth; then pour on a little spirits of wino, or some cologne wator, and rub drv with another cloth. Tomato Salad: Cut six ripe toma toes into slices and remove all the seeds; rub a dish with onion and pour into it a mixture of oil and vinegar (in the nronortion of two spoonsful of oil to one of vinegar), sprinkle on the toma toes pepper and salt, and leave them in the dressing two hours. They will then be ready to serve. Salmon Croquettes: Remove all the bone and skin from half a can of sal mon, and break it into pieces, mash three medium-sized potatoes, season with salt and a little cayenne and mix well with the salmon, form into cro quettes, dip them into beaten egg and cracker crumbs, and fry in very hot fat; garnish with parsley and lemon slices. Boston Herald. Ico-cold tea, according to Dr. G. W. Barr, soon loses all of the physiological action of tbieno. A man of nervous temperament, who was kept awake all night by a single cup of hot tea, could drink a half gallon of iced tea during the evening, and sleep soundly at his usual time of retiring. To avoid excess of tannin, the tea should bo strained before being allowed to stand. Pickled Walnuts: Gathor when soft enough to be pierced with a needle. Cover with strong brine and let stand throe days, changing the brine each day. Place in the sun till they turn black. Pack in jars and pour over them one gallon of vinegar in which has been boiled two ounces pepper, half ounce each cloves, ginger-root, allspice and mace. Will keep any length of time, and will be ready for use in three weeks. Housekeepor. The excelent washerwomen of Hol land and Belgium, who got up their linen so beautifully white, use refined borax as a washing powder, instead of soda, in the proportion of one large handful to about ten gallons of boiling wator. Borax being a neu oral salt does not in the slightest degree injure the 1 texture of the linen. Those that try this will be pleased with the result. It is also mco to wash Dlantets or wool en goods. Sweetbread Croquettes: Trim and narboil a oair of sweetbreads; chop nne. Put a teacup of new milk in a sauce pan, and set on the fire to boil. Rub a tablesnoonful of flour and two of flavor together, and stir into the boiling milk with the mushrooms; let cook until very thick. Take from the fire, season with salt and pepper, two tablespoons fuls of chopped mushrooms, half tea Rnoof ul of onion iuice and a tablespoon ful of chopped parsley; mix well and turn out to cool. When cold, form into croquettes, dip first in egg and then in bread crumbs, and fry in boiling fat. Louisvulo Courier Journal. Sagacity of a Hcirse. The surface roads- have the patent table switches. They consist of an iron table within and one without the tracks, one balancing the other. As a good many lines use tho same track here ind there, these switches are turned this way and that every minute, the opera tion being performed by causing one horso to tread uuon this or ttio or.n- er table. Coming down tho street the other day on the front platform of a sur face car I noticed the driver looking an other way as we approached one of these switches. The switch was turned the wrong way, and while I was wondering whether I was on the wrong car or we would soon be on tho wrong track, the old whito horse on the near side shoved his fellow outside the tracks upon the right table, skillfully avoiding the in side plate himself by a half hop, skip and jump, and we went around the cor Tior all rieht and flving. That beat any trained horse I ever saw, because is was nrap.r, inal and had been picked up by a despised and generally execrated ani mal the street car norse. russourKu Dispatch. WOMAN'S INTUITION. PRETTY STREET GOWNS. Nearly Always Eight In Her Judgment In Regard to Common j. nines An old gentleman over seventy, came into n, ; f rnm his farm.without his overcoat. The day turned chilly and he was obliged to forego his v lsit to Uie iair. To a friend who remonstrated with him for going away from home thus unprepared, u oii . "T tVinnrht,it was coiner to be warm; UD attlU 0 w my wife told me to take my overcoat, but I wouldn't. Women nave more scuso bum men anyway." A fi.onir nil mission. Wnmen's srood sense is said to come from itnit.inn muv it not be that they are more close observers of little tninga. uneimug is certain, they are apt to strike the nail on the head, in all tho ordinary problems of life, more frequently than the lords of croa- tion. , , 'According to Dr. Alice Bennett, who re cently read a paper on Bright's disease be fore tho Pennsylvania State Medical Society, persons subject to bilious attacks and sick headaches, who have crawling sensations, like tho flowing of water in the head, who are 'tired all the time' and have unexplained attacks of sudden weakness, may well be 3uspected of dangerous tendencies in the direction of Bright's disease. The veteran newspaper correspondent, Jo Howard, of the New York Press, in noting this statement, suggests: "Possibly Alice is oorrect in her diagnosis, but why doesn't 3he cive some idea of treatmentl I know a man who has been -iireu au tuo iui ten years. Night before last he took two doses of calomel and yesterday he wished he hadn't." . A proper answer is found in the following letter of Mrs. Davis, wue 01 wiv, w w. o. Davis, of Basil, O., Juno lst, lsuu: "I do not hesitate to say man i owe mj to Warner's Safe Cure. I bad a constant hemorrhage Irom my ki&neyB lor more man five months. The physicians couia uo Hom ing for inc. My husband spent nunureas 01 dollars and I was not relieved. I was under the care of the most eminent medical men in the State. The hemorrnage ceased beiore i had taken one bottle of the Sate oure. 1 eon safely and do cheerfully recommend it to all who are sufferers of kidney troubles." m t.n tho wlifinl nnrl n i fl it made him tired to be connected with such low felloes as he was, but he was sur rounded by a circle tnrougn wmcu uo uuum not break. Boston Courier. .hA tnm a.oh .li vftr and bowels. and promote digestion, take one of Carter's Little liiver mis every niguu. j.ijf uu.ui. uxra aii mv VinnRs or pi rented except the .... nn wVitnTi i t.hn hfistof all." "Last but not leased, ehl" Munsey's Weekly. How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations maae oy men- mm. West &Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hoii'o Cntorrh Puro ia talrpn internally. acting directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Testimonials free. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. 'Your acoount has been standing a long time, Mr. Dukoy." "Then give it a seat, my dear Shears." "Very glad to, sir; shall we make it a re-ceiytl" Clothier and Fur nisher. A Wonderful Paper. When you were reading the large pros pectus of TnE Youth's Companion, pub lished last week in our columns, did you stop to consider what a wealth of talent was this remarkable Da- cugOB1-1 " j, -. per? Its success is phenomena and it is reaa. m ou,uw lammcs ucnuou n. of its kind. Now is the time to send your subscription. $1.75 sent at once will secure you uie rest oi mis your uoo, mtmu ing all the Holiday Numbers. The Youth's Companion, Boston. TTanolb "The brunette over yonder is a Boston bred girl." Cumso-"Ohl I seel Brown bred, too." Yenowine s new. f II T I ft U W. I Douglas Shoes are U H U I U II warranted, and every pair has his name and price stampedon bottom ti)ltr k Frit, 111 I Saw A WWW 4 v jkm-w xl 'or& 5 $&fT TV 1.71 Exclusively a New York Central Institu tion. r tVin WowVnplt (lentral have the exclusive advantage of arriving and depart ing at Grand Central Station, Fourth Ave . ,i -cif,. Dnnnni strpRt,. t.ho verv cen- tre of the city, convenient to hotels and residences, largest and finest passenger station in America, and the only one in the The New York Centra is the only trunk line entering tho uity oi iew iorn. n rAcdlncr In tint to let vour voice fall too suddenly; it might get oraokeCl. cingnamwu ropuuuuttu. Mind Beadlne. You can read a happy mind in a happy countenance without much penetration. This is the sort of countenance that the quondam bilious sunerer or ayspepuc re. lieved by Eostetter's Stomach Bitters wears n moot, irianw BuMi. Thp. irraat atom achic and alterative also provides happiness for the malarious, the rheumatic, the weak, and those troubled with Inaction of the kid neys and bladder. Grace '-What air was that you were playing last nlgntf" iiaura--A imum- aire, and l lanaeu mm. a. . iioiu. Nearly every article sold is cheapened, In f ni.nriimt.inn. at. p.xnense of Quality. Dobbins' Electric Soap is cMctij; to-day what it was in lauo, aosoiumv puro, iictiujioaa uuu u a i- ,.H nHnrtan f ni it. T.nnlr nut. UnilOim. ASH. yUUl glutei for imitations. The poet is an idyl fellow, and that's probably wny tiie puouc sianza verao w iiig oac vy mm. oiuguumiuu ijtugw. Tir vat an 1,-inn-i Ilia nnt unnftcaa.vtr. C 1fl,Vt.fiV,fl Tjlt.tlft Liver Pills will cure you. Dose, one little pill. Smau price, email aosc. smau piu. nrrn.n Vinot cmolla r1rfnrlfnllw nf nnlonB.' XKkLO UJntJ 1 . . ..... ' . . 1 - "Yes, madam," said the captain, "she is a very loeny cram." . x. ucusui. r'rrr.r.ii- Pnlila nnd 'Rrnnr'hitis with Hale'9 Honey ol Horetiound and lar. rike's rootnactie urops cure in onu mmuiu. A toung lady of our acquaintance who is j! .1 J) - !:n.nM ...r Vim. Imra la fnv very lunu ui u iuiuiaw anjra si iuiu reverend ever. mnguamwa uectucr. MUSICAL. There seems to be little going on in musical circles oi laie, dui xnere is much talk, amoner musical people. j A A of the marvelous cure of Miss B , the high contralto singer, who has long suffered from a severe throat or bronchial affection, superinduced by Catarrh in the Head, and who has been perfectly cured by the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, coupled with the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. For all bronchial, tnroat ana lung anec tions, and lingering coughs, it is an unequalea remedy, wnen compu odtpA with Chronio Nasal Catarrh, its use should be coupled with the use of Dr. aage's uatarrn js,emeuy. Ui ail aruggists. . L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. ty Send address on postal for valuublo Information. W. T DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. trMAMI THIS yAPEH.nry Umi JOU writ. VASELINE- FOR ONE DOLLAR sent us by mall, we will deliver, free of all charges, to any person in the United States, all the following articles carefully packed in a neat box: One two ounce bottle of l'ure vaseline, mcis. One two ounce bottle Vaseline Pomade, 15 " One jar of Vaseline Cold Cream 15 " One cake of Vaseline Camphor Ice 10 " One cake of Vaseline Soap, unsconted... 10 " One cake of Vaseline Soap, scented 25 " One two ounce bottle of White Vaseline 25 " 11.10 Or for stamps any single article at the price If you nave occasion to uso v usuium ui uuj form be careful to accept only genuine gooda put up by us in original packages, A groat many druggists are trying to persuade buyer? . . . , T .I'll . .. V.. i . . n XT.,01. 10 laiEO V AaHiJjli & jmi uy racm, yield to sufn persuasion, as tno urnuio is u imitation without value, and will not give you the result you expect. A bottle of Eluc Seal Che'sobrouKh M"f'g. Co., 2i State St., New York. Cf-NAMS TU13 PAPIKerirj Unit JOU wilt. GRATEFUL COMFORTING. fs. B..IP- nu eu, w ?. iOTH TOO BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledpe of the natural Jaw Which govern the operations of diRcstion and nu trition, and by a oareful application of the. nne properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps nal provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradual )y built up until strong enough tn i resist every ten !i. ii..,i,,.,ia,if .iihtlp maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever thera la u wno w tiniTir w a m it hhi:uub man I .v. - k. unin5 r,,,r,iiTBn well lortlfled with pure blopa makUCHILD BIRTHwsy IF USED BEFORE CONFINEMENT. nrrir rm " MnTTrrcrts" mailed Free. BRAF1LI REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. Sold by all ubuqgists. A Chanjre from the Straight, Plain Skirt Confidently Predicted. Ono thinsr seoras to be quite settled there is to be a change from the st.raio-ht. nlain skirt: it may be slight. Viufc it will be a chancre. While they hn vn been so imrjerativelv Dlain, all tho ingenuity and all the inventiveness were concentrated on the bodices, which were made very beautiful, with their becoming1 sleeves, having beautifully embroidered passementeries let in here and there; their cleverly draped fronts, t.lieir delicate waistbands, a good deal than the commonnlace strip of leather or silk, and cleverly contrived so as to give a long waist, while seeming atiU to follow the short-waisted fashion. There is no indication that tho bodices i. tn be less elaborate, but at the same t.ime tho skirts will have a slight relief from perfect plainness, except in hoavy rich fabrics, when tno plainness oi styio will continue, although it will be re lieved by the very elegance of the fabrics from which it is composed. Tn cm a little into detail. Clintrin skirts are retainod, many of them straight, with all their fullness behind. while others are bias, and have a slight drapery with small clusters of folds down the sides or across the hips in modest nanniers. Gathered flounces, plaitings, borders, points, or battle inented edges trim the foot of some skirt. Cloth gowns are lightened by omitting the foundation skirt, and are worn over a separate potticoat, usually of black silk. Tailors of taste and experience continue to make walk ing dresses of the proper walking length that is, escaping the ground, so as to preserve the cleanliness of it, for the prolonged back breadths are ungraceful when held up and unclean when per mitted to sweep the sidewalk. Tho En glish habit skirt, that seems always the most suitable for tailor gowns, loses all the beauty of its straight, flowing linos whim r.aiiQ'ht ud bv tha wearer's hand or lifted by tapes on the inside; it Baould ho left to fall free from the waist, swing ing clear of the pavement, and should bo verv simrjlv trimmed with a border, .a binding, or with scalloped edges. Boston .'juuduy ilorald. irn. w nmmh mnrlininr. Is Pisft'S CurO J, IIP. IJUill Mii-w.v.u- " , ... for Consumption. Bold everywuero. ou. (BEECH AM'S PILLS I 9 ACT LIKE MAGIC H g WEM STOWO i 25 Cents a Box. 1 1 OF P"pTf ' JIXJj Boating arounu u renuy w .i.i.hiV is a .weak : point. We nay escape any afatal shaf oy seeping ourseivpu ircinui v,...- .. 'yg.z a. 'J., and a properly nourished frame."-' Civil Seniles Sjade simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled thus. JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, London, England. BORE WELLS ! Our Wetl Machines are the most RELIABLE. DURABLE, SUCCESS!. 1, 1 They doMOKK whkk anu make UKKA I KK 1'lion i MAKE BP CURES SURELY. A Planters Experience. "My plantation is in a malarial dis trict, where fever and aene prevailed. I employ 150 hands; frequently nan oi them were nhk. mwws j courageu when i oegan use w i .,.i, A rY,o,.ir.n rnnms are sometimes lighted by fire-bugs. In this country lire bugs light whole liouses. Trim trsimn who works has no profes sional pride. Ram'a Horn, SPHAEMS. Ohio&Miss.Raihray. Office President and General Manager, Cincinnati, Ohio "My foot suddenly turned and t;avc mo a very severely sprained ankle. Tho applicationof St. Jacobs Oil resulted at once in a relief from pain." W.W. Peabodt, Prest. & Gen'l Man'gr. BRUISES. 746 Dolphin Street, Baltimore, Md., Jan'y 18. 1890. "I was bruised bad ly in hip and sido by a fall and suffered se verely. Et. JacobB Oil completely cured me." Wm.C. Harden, Member of State Legislature. They FINISH Wells where nrh... 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IOWELL& Co.. 4 w. 1 4tn ., Girliiiiafi Business GoISeg, OKTB enjoys Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on the iudneys, Liver and Bowek, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and levers andeurescaDituai constipation. Syrup ot k igs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. SAN FRAUCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. tlEW YORK. N.Y. Southeast Corner 4th and Vine. 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