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TemperluK of Snrlnra.
It ii a nice jub to temper a steel tiring ptopcrJy. f Like many other wiiugs, me preparatory work Bbould bo Jeu uoue, or tbo tempering proper will ever be a success. The forge work saouia do clone with a rather low tem perature and gentle taps. Smiths are beginning to understand that very many Uta of forging have the life pounaea out of them bv heavy and con tinuons beating. Light taps smooth the suriace and create what is equivalent to a cuticle over the metal. This should be carefully preserved. Light hammer ing consolidates the particles of steel and toughens the forcing. It is said that continuous, steady and light blows with a hammer will magnetize steel. It seems to put life into it If it is nec essary to grind a spring, do it at the Outset and before much of the hammer ing is done. Do not put it on an emery Vfheel. It breaks the cuticle and de stroys the integrity of .the metal. The . hardening, may be done by heating a large piece of iron to a red heat, then pitting the spring on the iron until it is heated through. Another way is to hold the spring ver a bright fire until it is sufficiently hot. It should be kept,somo distance from the fire, so as not to heat too quickly. When it is of a light red and all of a color, plunge it into cool water. bo not use ice water, as is so often sug gested. Be careful in putting in the spring that the sudden cooling of one Hide does not draw it out of shape. If tt is put in slowly, it is warped by the sudden cooling of one portion. When fully tempered, polish the spring with emery cloth until it is thoroughly clean and bright. Saturate a piece of paper with oil, light it and allow the smoke to collect on the spring until it is en tirely coated with the black. Then heat it over the forge fire very slowly. Do not let one part burn off clean while the other is still black, but let it dis appear all over the spring at the same time if possible. The perfection of tem per comes from slow and careful han dling and the utmost deliberation in heating and hammering. New York Ledger. . She Made Sore. It was a- bank near the suburbs of Brooklyn in which a little girl, not lore than 8 years old, made her r: pear- ice the other day, asking if shf :mght its workings. A polite lutle girl not to bo refused, and .ie was ten Inside and s.hown the various de- tments of the institution. But that not where the money was kept: C6uld she see where the money was fept? Certainly, and she was taken to the vaults. Still there was no mon- to be seen, and she was not satisfied. told she see the money? Certainly, if 3&t was what she wished, and the yfifllt doors were thrown open, and, iuth a sigh of satisfaction, the little fiftl saw some of the money in which tih$ was interested. "Do you think bur liars could get in here?" she asked fMftlly. "Certainly not," replied the bank official who had been acting as ..conductor. "It would be very difficult fOr, burglars to get into the bank, and tny could not get into the vaults. But now, ".he continued, "you have asked tad a great many questions, little girl, aftd I should like to know why yon are 80 much interested in this bank." !Well,V said the little girl confidential ly '.'my papa put $5 in this bank for 'ifje the other day, and I wanted to bo sure that no burglars could get in and get it" New York Times, j The tonnage or trie iron and steel snips built in the United States was greatest in 1891, when it was 105,018 tons. Many doctors believe that iron, medio ally considered, Is a sort of food and is given with best effeot at meal times. ' Some archaeologists declare that the f first use made of Iron by the human race was in the manufacture of weapons. In July, 1867, an inventor named Wil liam Robinson announced the discovery of a short and cheap method for. making wrought iron from cast iron. LIulhall estimates that the total value of goods manufactured from iron in the world In 1890'was 212,200,000; of steel, 250,700,000, making a total of 368,000,-000. TiiEniK of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations goes . sounding through all the ages and enters the confines of ' Eternity.- With what care, there fore, should the Expectant Moth er be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy. MOTHER'S FRIEND . allays all 1 Nervous ness, rc- Headache cramps, y and Nau- sea, and so r i i luny pre- .-wwrr pares tne system that Childbirth is made easy and the time of recovery short enedmany say "stronger after than before confinement. It in sures safety, to life of both moth er and child All who have used " Mother's Friend " say they will nev er be without it again. No other remedy robs confinement of its pain A customer whose wife used Mother's Friend Says that if she bad to go through the ordeal strain, and there were but four bottles to be obtained, and the coot was flso.00 per bottle, he would hare them." GEo.Larroir, Dayton, Ohio Sflnt bj Mail, on receipt of price, sa PflTtnOT TLfcJ. Rook to EXPECTANT MOTILKKS" mailed fme upon application, containing raU oable Information and voluntary testimonial. TMI BRADPiCLD RCOULATOR CO., ATLANTA, Q A OLD ftV ALk OMWlTS. 7 StjSHN) Ik. " . I SS MICHIGAN'S MEMBERS Of Congress Have All Returned to Washington. BBUCKEIt FEELS MUCH BELIEVED. Had Grows Tired of Looking After the In terents of the Kntlre State Angell May Not Co to Turkey The Mount. Pleasant Indian School L'Ani lluslness Men File a Protest Trouble Oyer the Name of an Upper Peninsula I'Joftlce. Washington, June 22. Congressman Brucker of Saginaw is greatly relieved He has been occupying a position of re sponsibility during the past two weeks which has made him nervous and anx ious.. All of the other Michigan con gressmen have been out of the city, and Mr. Brucker has been obliged to look after the Interests of the entire state during that time. But the other con gressmen have all returned all of them except Sheldon. The Smiths came early last week, both of them, William Alden and Samuel W.. ready for work, and Inclined to remain here until the conclu sion of the term. ' Dlalr Incident Recalled. Although President Angell of Ann Ar bor university Is at last relieved of anx iety, and the sublime porte has1 given Intimation cf his acceptability. Dr. An gell was wise to cancel his engagement to sail for Europe on June 12. When a government Indicates that a proposed minister will be persona non grata, which means a person not welcome, that nrllficatlon Is seldom withdrawn. It will be remembered that President Harricon appointed and commisssioned ex-Smator Blair of New Hampshire to be minister to China, and while the ex serMor was on his way to Pekln the Chinese minister In Washington in formed the secretaryof state that Mr. P'aJr would be unwelcome because of certain anti-Chinese speeches which he had delivered In the senate. The sec retary of state telegraphed to Mr. Blair to return to Washington, and he did so. An effort was made to convince the Chi nese government that Mr. Blair was a good man end not Inimical to Chinese Interests, but without avail. Mr. Blair sever went to China. Thus It seemed to be in the case of Dr. Angell. The Turkish government had conceived the idea that Dr. Angell 'Wis a religious enthusiast, an anti-Turk ish enthusiast, and that his presence in Constantinople would stimulate the Ar menians to oppose the Turkish govern ment, and It was difficult to remove that impression. Nevertheless, the offi cials, of the state department had all along expressed the belief that the ob jection would be overcome by ample ex planations. Wrote a Ktrong Letter. Senator McMillan has accomplished a good thing for the Mount Pleasant In dian school. The senator wrote a let ter to the secretary of the interior, and a strong letter, too, stating that the 150 Indian children sheltered at Mount Pleasant are expected to become farm ers and take lands in severalty when they become of age, but they are being taught farming by a blacksmith from Ohio, who learned all he knew about farming on the bleak hillsides of Col orado. The senator further stated that the predecessor cf the present teacher of farming: had been a dealer in specta cles and eyeglaseea He asked that some man with at least Ave years' experience in farming in Michigan be detailed to Instruct the Indian children In agricul tural pursuits. Secretary of the Interior Bliss replied to the letter of the senator Baying he has ordered the transfer of the blacksmith to some other point in the Indian serv ice and that he will send to Mount Pleas ant a practical farmer to fill the posi tion. ' The secretary also said that he would sustain Superintendent Spencer In his disciplinary efforts. The secretary says that the record of the clerk at the school is excellent, and that he will not be changed. Senator McMillan is not an extreme partisan, nor is he much given to epi grams, but he recently sent a telegram to citizens of Beldlng, in reply to their petition for the early passage of the tariff bill, which reads like an emana tion from an extreme partisan. The tel egram read: "Republicans In senate standing together' solidly, making no speeches, but voting for Interests of American - laborers and products; are pressing Democrats as hard and as suc cessfully as Grant pressed the enemy in the Wilderness. Appomatox Is In sight." Protest Against the Duty. , The Business Men's association of L'Anse has sent to the Michigan sena tors a protest against the proposed duty on hides, as being against the public in terest. The adoption of the proposed duty would ruin L'Anse by closing the large tanneries there. Another tannery is about to be started, but operations are suspended because of the pending tariff bill. Both senators have promised to pay heed to the petition, and endeav or to secure adequate protection for the tanneries of L'Anse and of the entire country. Congressman Sam Smith was today Informed by the postmaster gen eral that no appointments will be made to any postmastershlps until the present Incumbents shall have served their full terms of four years each. Removals will not be made, even when the terms of incumbents expire on or before July 15. It has been rumored that changes woSild be made In such offices, In order that the new postmasters might beein business with the new fiscal year on the 1st of July. The postmaster general says that he has no such intention. Trouble OTer a Name, Congressman Snover has returned to Washington and has come Into colli sion with the postmaster general over the establishment of a new postofflce at fointe aux Barauea. at the trmtv me peninsula, where a new summer resort has been established. Mr. Snov er soys that the new postofflce must be named by the postofflce department as i is named on the railroad time tables, and as It has been locally known for many years. The postmaster general has been unable to get the congressman to understand that there is an estab lished rule of the postofflce department requiring all new postofflces to receive short names. This Is for the enntr. I lenoe Of the railway mail service. The traveling postal clerks are obliged to do peat deal of matt lortln, and to do fi with rreat rani Jit 4a ths tm.. along between stations. It U lug ruted I that the new office be simply named "Polnte," but the congressman Insists that an exception shall be made in this case. It is not likely that any excep tion to the rule will be made. At the Reorultlna Office. There was an angry officer and a dis trusted enlisted man at the army re cruiting office on Tenth street yesterday, A big garrison flag marks the place where talented young men may get a uniform, rations and 113 a month in re turn for a promise to serve Uncle Sam for three years. Its brlsrht expanse or dlnarlly flaunts defiantly in the breeze, rain, wind or shine. At the door there stands a soldier on perpetual Sunday morning inspection. ripe clayed and polished, he is as spruce as a colored print and stiff as a graven image. He win speak when spoken to, but no one ever saw his wooden statuesquenesa aisappear until yesterday. A passer by glanced up and saw Old Glory droop lng sadly around the mast, Union down. "What's the matter?" he asked the image, observing the signal of distress. Not a sound was heard in reply from the defender of the nation. Then his gaze followed the pointing finger of his interrogator and fell on the flag, droop lng dejectedly Union down. ' "Powder and Injunsi" yelled the sol dier as he bounded up the stairs, "what Infernal doughboy's been fooling with the flag?" A minute later it came down with a Jerk that nearly parted the halyards ana then soared aloft with the stars in the proper position. The sentry re sumed his pose and the officer on duty retired Indoors. It is not known who slept In the guardhouse last night. The Esqulmo Canoe. "Where did the swift lines of the modern cutter originate?" This was the question answered by Professor Otis T. Mason of the National museum yester day before the house committee of agrl culture. Professor Mason was address lng the committee on the subject of the Esqulmos who were ranged around the room. The establishment of experlmen tal stations for these people to assist in the development of agricultural inter ests, up near the frozen regions, was being considered. Professor Mason took the ground that congress should be-lib eral In dealing with them, and that such efforts would be followed by beneficial results for the reason that the Esqulmos were a very progressive people and were not, as had been insinuated, only capa ble of copying without the faculty to originate. Holding up the model of an Esqulmo canoe the professor pointed out the fact that the lines on which it was built were those of the modern record break er, as adopted in the building of all kinds of craft. The Esqulmos did not get that form of a boat from the boats the Russians had brought among them, for the latter were built with blunt bow and in no way suggesting the form used by the Esqulmos. The fact was, the Inhabitants of the frozen zone had invented a boat that was today be ing copied In its form, by the most ad vanced shipbuilders of the world. He also pointed out other ways in which the Esqulmos had shown themselves su perior in the possession of inventive genius. They were the flrst people on the globe who had carved ivory, and the construction of their bows and ar rows showed an inventive cklll of no mean order. In the Patent Office. It Is not always that officials of the ptitent office are experts in mechaloal arts. The work of that office Is. entire ly h: dealing with intricate mecnanlsms, so that an ignorance of such matters seems strangely out of place there. As sistant Commissioner of Patents Vance, who served a four years' term of of fice during Mr. Cleveland's first admin istration, didn't pretend to be a me chanic, and received while a govern ment official a lepson he is not soon likely to forget. Mr. Vance used at his desk an ordinary swivel chair. The chair suited him exactly, except, In one respect. He found that it lacked about one inch of being enough for him to write with ease. In his dilemma Mr. Vance called the property clerk. That old employe about mechanical contriv ances looked with amazement when the assistant commissioner told him what he wanted and began suggesting the raising of the chair by some means. "Mr. Vance," he said, "If you will get up a minute I'll see if I can fix it." The assistant commissioner arose and the property clerk gave the chair a whirl, raising its height by a couple of revolutions. "Now sit down, I think It will fit," remarked the clerk, while the official's face showed signs of surprise at the wonderful chair that could be made high or low by being turned around. Dubois a Good Story Teller. Ex-Senator Fred Dubois of Idaho is a good story teller, and always makes a point with his narrations. He told today about an evening spent with some miners In the Kootenai country. They finally began to tell what they would do when they accumulated their fortunes, or as they put it, when they "made their pile" in the mines. It had been a snowy winter, with bad roads, poor transportation, and very little food, mostly salt pork and potatoes. One old veteran of the pick and shovel said: 'When I get my pile I know Just what I'll do. I'll go as straight and quick as the cars'll take me to New York, and when I get there 1 11 make a bee line for Delmonico's and I'll gt the blanked- ly-blankedest "dinner that money can buy. I don't care if it costs me 150: I'll have it." "Now, what do you think you would order," queried Fred, with some curios ity, "if you were to go to Delmonico's for a $50-dinner?" "Well, I dunnoj but I guess I'd have some ham and eggs yes, I would; I'd have some ham and eggs!" DUNBAR. i Logan Day at Chicago. Never since the civil war has there been such a gathering of United States regular troops as there will be in Chi cago on Logan Day. President Mc Kinley and his staff will review a pa rade containing every available man in the regular army who can be spared from his regular post. Such Is the prom ise of Secretary Alger of the war de partment. In addition there will be the entire National guard of Illinois 7,000 men and all the Grand Army posts which can be brought here. The troops will be under the command of General John R, Brooke, United States army. commanding the department of the Mis souri. George R. Peok will be the ora tor of the day. Chief Justice Fuller and a vast gathering of distinguished men have promised to come. A Parliamentary Hint. It was getting late, nnd still the ven erable ex-United States senator lin gered In the parlor with the young peo ple. Evidently something1 had to be done. "I hope, papa," said his daughter, gently but resolutely, "that you will pot be offended if I now move a close pall of the house, during which all per sons not entitled to the floor will please retire, while Charlie and I discuss a question of personal privilege I N. Y. Truth. . Unforeseen. "Before I married her," he said thoughtfully, "I vowed that I would punish anybody who brought a tear to her bright eyes." "And you kept your word, of course?" "Not precisely. I didn't take into consideration the fact that, like tho rest of her sex, she would put in whole afternoons sympathizing with the he roine of on emotional play." Washing ton Star. A Hieing- Young Man. I know a little chap who helps His fellow men to rise; His chief ambition seems to be To guide us toward the skies. Of course he has his ups and downs; That doean't him annoy He's going higher half the time, Is the elevator boy. Chicago Times-Herald. MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE. Mr. Mel O'Note, the silver-voiced tenor, rendered the "Lullaby" song in a manner that carried his small but select audience before him bodily, as it were; Demorest s Magazine. , Woman's Way. She said she fairly hated him, Despised him and detested him; So roundly she berated him, You'd think she'd have arrested him, She snubbed him and offended him; To frenzy's verge she carried him, And when she'd nearly ended him, She turned around andViarrled him. N. Y. Journal. They Had Earned the Money. "IIow you can admire our flre brig ade as you do, subscribing 20 to it. I'm blessed if I know. It s the most 1 "My dear fellow, that's not admira tion; that's gratitude. If they'd come a quarter of an hour sooner, when my r.lace was burned down. I should have been hundreds out of pocket from the insurance people." Tit-Bits. Somebody, Else Waa. Young Bride 4. didn't accept Tom the first time he proposed. Miss Ityval (slightly envious) I know you didn't. Young Bride How do you know? Miss Hyval You weren't there. N. Y. World. Evidence of Strength. "Is your baby strong?" "Well," I should say so. He raised J,he whole family out of bed at three o'clock this morning, and scientists say that that's the hour when everybody's strength is at its lowest point." Boa- ton Traveler. More Carelessness. Excited Wife Oh, profess:.;, the cook has fallen and broken her collar Wne. Professoi' Discharge her at once, ;You told her what to expect If she broke unything more. Detroit ' Freo Press. .. .. In Contempt. t 'That wheel, Judge," sai4 the victim of the bicycle thief, "was the finest on the market" "Stop," cried the judge. "PH fine you $10 for contempt. This court rides the finest wheel on the market." fchli- adelphia North American. : Agreed frith Illm. "A man who. tries to arcrue with a jvoman is a fool," shouted Mr. Merl- boie, as the discussion waxed warm. "Yes, I've usually found it so," re sponded Mrs. Meribole, in her most conciliatory tones. Chicago Journal. II Had. "Smithers seems Immensely proud of his wife." "Well, he has much to be proud of. She weighs 800 pounds." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Merely a Saggestlon. 'A contented ass, as the Portuguese say, enjoys a long life," said nicks. Why didn't you make use of the fact to tret a low premium on your insuranoe policy?" asked Cynlcus. Harlem Life.' For the Same Ilcaaon. She Why do pugilists shake hands when they go into the ring? ; He For the same reason, I suppose,' that two women kiss when the.jneef on the street. lonkera statesman. Too Severe a Teat. "Awl Miss Mawy, do you believe la thawfc twansferwence?" "Jfot in your case, Algy." Chicago! Journal. The Womanly. .Women would not throw mud", eh, no, In politics," as heretofore The men have done; they'd rather go And track it on each other's floof. Detroit Journal. It Looked Like It. Jill The fools are not all detd yett Bill What's the matter, old man.7, Ire you contemplating matrimony, tod?) Yonkers Statesman. Impatience. ."Whither are we drif ting?" 'Tla the Ques tion of the day, And one that well may strike the stoutest heart with some dismay. And it's hard to wait the anawer and to ' watch the long hours pass, 'Till Mabel reads her essay to the gradu ating class. t Washington Star. Not Tired of Him. Mrs. De Weary And so you have been married five years, and are as much in love with your husband as ever? Mrs. Cheery Yes, indeed. "Huml What business is your hus band in?" ! "He's captain of o whaler." N. Y. Weekly. i A Verification. "I would gladly lay the world at your feet," the young man exclaimed. , "Bear me," sighed Mabel. "I almost wish you hadn't said that." ! "Why?" 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Chicago Tost. Hovr He Perished. Bodd I hear a great officer was kiltec yesterday. How did it happ6n? Todd He had captured a Turkish garrison. He was trying to repeat the name of its commander and died from w ant of breath. Town Topics. The Good Are Easy. A swindler worked the gold-brick game Upon a very pious man; "I do not wish," he said, ''for fame, But I always do the best I can." Philadelphia Press. THE DIFFERENCE. "What on earth are you doing there, Bollie?" "Making a pig." "Seems to me you're making a litter."- -rick-Me-Up j Evolution. ' "Evolution," quoth the monkey, "Makes all mankind 6uf kin. There's no chance at all about it Tails we lose and heads they win' -.XTrUh. A Cheerless Invitation. ! ' Youngbach Hello, old man. Cllad(oJ see you. Come in and make yourself home. ftenpeck Humph t If you can't make' me any moro comfortable than that x crucss. 4. won t stav- ..iMimw. r 0! the Face. ft Mrs. Laura "St. Mima, nf nanwnn. fia.. 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The amount of Iron ore mined by the leading nations engaged in this industry has not varied greatly since 1880. In 1893 the amount produced by the United States was 11,587,629 tons; Great Britain, 11, 203,476; Germany, 11,457,491; Spain, 5,497,540 and France, 8,579,286. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. i Educate Tour Dowels With Cascarets Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C C. O. fall, druggists refund money A strip of xino soldered beneath a gun barrel will protect the piece from rust. Under ordinary circumstances elno will protect iron from oxidation by galvanlo action if the zino surface equals only one one-hundredth of the iron. FIT.. All Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's Oreat Nerve Restorer. No Fits after flrst day's use. Marvelous oures. Treaties and 13.00 trial bottle free to Fit oases. Send to Dr. i Kline. 193 Arch St. Philadelphia, Pa. Iron pens are mentioned by Chamber layne as early as 16S5; steel pens were tnada In fch lut centurv. and in 182(X stool pens were sold for 7 4s., or about 136, a gross. The so called rusting of iron la simply its oxidation. The chemists state that Iron is very feebly acted upon, if at all, by dry oxygen, but most vigorously by moist ur or giygeq.ana moisture. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke loir Lift) Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netlo, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 60o or tl. Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free,' Address Sterling Remedy Co, Chicago or New York, Sheep Scab la the United States. ; Washington, June 21. Secretary Wil son, of the agricultural department, has Issued to the managers and agents Of railraods and transportation companies, stockmen and others, a circular notify lng them that the contagious disease known as sheep scab, or scabies of sheep. and that it is a violation of the law to receive for transportation or transncrt. any stock affected with that dlM. rpp taff or tfrrUnrv in another;- To Cure a Cold in One Day TnVft Wornnr'u Wliitft Wi'tiq rt TW AMIUV II MAMVA W IT UtVV If 4iV V A IU Syrup, the best cough remedy on earth. 25 and 50 cts. All druggists. Possible Decay of the French Cuisine. ; 'iho tendency In all too French res taurants of the present day is to pre-' pare meals for their chance customers who may happen in at any time of the day. Meals are eatcq in a greater hyrryv than formerly, even in .France, where" it used to be the habit during the fiercest revolutionary and communistio struggles when the time of dejeuner came for each 6ide to stop fighting fgfc an hour or so and devote themselves to the midday meal. The hurry and ant- iety of modorn life are slowly dostroyicj whatever was distinctive in French oooklng, which cannot bo properly done in haste or when food is required in Very large quantities. The dcvelopmetit of club life is partly responsible for this, and the latter is only another sign of the deep lying so cial problems which confront modorn existence at every 6tep. Men in fash- the club than they do at their own homes. Fewer people marry than for merly. Home life is decreasing and club life increasing. Hence tho last refuge of the Parisian chef is at the fashion able clubhouses, which are now counted by the score, and most of which set Very good tables. Chautauquan. . . ..I i Bucklen's Arnica Salye. 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