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CAIMjWLUITY COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2i. 1892
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O. B. HOWBLl DlrMtr.
Ladies' and Children's
air Catting and Shampooing
Santa Fe Route
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ltcWsonJopeh 4 Santa FeRR
TIN Paydlar RouU U taa Facile
Through Pullman and Tourist
i Kansas CUT and SAN DIEGO.
LOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN
CI8CO. Short LIm Rata I
Datable Dally Train Sarrlee Between
eCtv and PUEBLO, COLOR ADO
RINGS, and DENVER. Short
t 3AL.T 1AKE UtY.
The Direct Texas Route
afi Tialai Between Xaaw CHj and
tatruMh. The Short Line Between
Kane City and Gatnetvllle, Ft.
Worth, Did!, Austin, Temple,
Bail Antonio, Houaton, and
all Principal Point
Dm Only Lino Running Through tkt
KLAHOMA COUNTRY. Ta
Oaly" Direct Lino to thoToxa
Pan-Handle. For Mas and
Time TaMo and Interna
Hon RegareMnf Rata
and Routes Call oa
B. L. PALMER, Pwrer Agoat,
WOMAN AND HOME.
At TO THE' TRAINING
The Month, Tenth ami llreatli A Flea
for Mingle Urdu Ancient IlllUnC rar.
Thn llwlijr CarriageThe lltinieniaker,
Ohlulrrm mill Thalr Dull.
In a paper on "Education In tlio Treat
mentor Nervous fllrls" tho author urgnl
tho value of cultivating n love of good
book. "First should coiuu the nursery
classics, 'Mntlier (loose,' 'Cinderella,'
'Prince Fortuuntu,' etc., to I (ol lowed
later l) (Irlnim, IIiuih Andersen, 'Alice In
Wonderland,' Howard Pylo's 'Wonder
Clock' mid older equally fascinating.
Alioitt Hid age of eight tlio ehlld can lie
led by tlio hand through parts of Shake
apearo's plays. At twelve come Dickens
omo of Thackeray and Coo pur, nil of
Hawthorne, and tlio moil Interesting
work of the best novelists. At tho age of
fifteen tlio carefully guided child may be
left free to tumble nlioitt In n library.
The paper later on advised tho study 01
history, which tho French consider tlio
mot Important study of nil for a woman.
It will be noticed that all thn books rccum
mended uqtll history I liegtni nro stories
of tho Imagination, which ll would Hecin
almost liariufitl to tho easily excited na
ture of n nerv'ou child, but thin crltlcUm
In answered In tho paper with tho nsser
tlon tlint Intercut most lie developed ami a
healthy Imagination cultivated, which Im
powilble only through tho lovo of good
Homo listener to thin paper' afterward
discussed It Informally, and one woman
mndotho pertinent suggestion that moth
ers were often responsible fur nervous girl
through their constant stirring tliutu tip.
"I have Keen n mother," slio said, "call
her llttlo daughter of four yearn of age
perhaps to her side and deliberately go to
work to put the child Inn statu of excite
meat, telling her of aonio promised pleasure
With Increasing animation, enjoying the
responsive kindling of the child's face, till
the llttlo one runs off a pretty picture
with sparkling eyes and flushed cheeks,
but with heart going pita-pat and nerves
tingling, There may bo some stolid natures
that need such awakening. For the most
part, though,' I think, American children
aro far too.excltable uatnridly to need any
sort of stimulus. If the pressure la nil the
other way they will still rebound sufficient
ly to preserve the equilibrium.
"Another mistake, lu my opinion, is to
let nervous children understand that they
are such. "How often one hears mother
ay, 'Helen Is such a nervous child' In
Helen' presence,' and with the Intonation
of its belli) rather, a thing to be proud of
than otherwise! At lonat Helen is likely
to consider It such, for I have heard nucIi
little nlrls declluo doing something which
they preferred not to do with the superhn
dictum, 'No, that make me nurvous.'
What a pitiable distinction!
"To me, tho mother of n netvoiiH little
girl ha a tremendous responsibility, which
she can meet only with unremitting vlgl
lance In the matter of dress, food, hours of
rest and occupation of the afflicted child
which It has been her misfortune to bear."
-Her Point of View In New York Time.
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I. ST. JOHN, JOHN OTAM,
The Month, Teeth and llraath.
The lungs are the organs for the pitrltl-
eatlon of the blood which comes from the
various parts of tho body. They also carry
away a great many impurities by blowing
them out through the air passages. This
waste carries with it odors of all kinds,
aad deposit on the teeth and about the
tongue and gums materials which may
decompose and glvo the breath a character
which would make it anything but agree
able. One may be very clean In toilet matters,
but not have a pure breath, and a few sug
gestion as to how to secure this should be
of at least a passing interest.
The first essential in keeping the breath
tweet beloug to tho morning hours. Dur
ing repose you cannqt of course observe
ttaose little matters which engage a cer
tain amount of your attention when you
are awake. The consequence Is that the
Impurities which would not accumulate
during activity Uud a foothold.
After brushing the teeth and rinsing the
mouth, dip a Baft handkerchief In luke
warm water and gently wipe the gums.
Then take a little salted water do not
make Itstroug and again rinse the mouth.
After this scrape your tongue with the
ordinary scraper which the druggt ha
for aale or wltha epooa. These necessaries
ought to remove any cause of bad breath
which owes it origin to the condition of tho
mouth. When the stomach Is the offend
ing party, a draft of peppermint will Iw
found or service.
Teeth which are not well nourished and
preserved need the care which none but a
killed dentist can give. Every little spot
which may mark a nucleus for decay and
very little chipping of the enamel should
be attended to at once It you wish to have
your breath comparatively pure. When
air passe over an Impurity It carries with it
characters not Its pwn. New York World.
grrat longing to nee then) repeated In tin
present time. INpitlnllyai-rtlicy bewitch
lug to the youhg Imiifckceper, who have
visions of surprising their husbands with
a bill of faro copied front ancient times.
Yet they have no idea of what the pccuhui
dUlies were coinKed,
A "young lady" writes ttsi "I liavo read
so much of the wonderful feasts and ba.i
quota glveu lu ancient times, tho almost
fabulous entertainment of the nobles and
emperors of Greece anil Homo, that I ant
curious to know someililng montdelnllf
about them. Do tell me, dear madam, II
you can how the dishes, which must have
cntt a small fortune, were prepared f C
What did they consUtf
"I am vnliiiu. exnectlnu xoon In ur. u
hntuekeenlnu. I am fond of trvlnir nc-.t flowers-qulimywort Is in French herbe a
things, and can alTord n little extrava rcqulnnnic; clematis hi called by our
guuco to enable mo toiluso. It would lit country folks beggars' weed, lu French It
such a pleasure to surprise my husband Is herbe au.t queuxj mignonette little dar
by bringing him. a dainty entertainment l llng-ls herbe d'amour; scurvy grass, also
entirely different from the common run ol called spoon grass, Is hcrbo nuxcillcres;
things." I herb Paris Is hetbon Paris; moneywort Is
You would Indi ii surprise your husband, herbo mix ecus. How did theso names
and guests, my dear child, with somcthliiu I comotobo alike lu both languages? On
"different from Hie common run of things," I the other hand, some of tho French nnmus
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retire through age or lilnr. With all her
great wealth and commercial power the
"Lady of the Don Mnrclie" remalntil to the
day of her death a plain, unpretentious
womin, with a kind, motherly manucraud
genial expression. Hxchnuge.
'n Nnmrit lh VluwnrsT
Who named the flowers? Kve crliaps,
after Adam named the creatures. I think,
dear women, that Kve must havu named
the flowers, U'caiiso her daughters aro so
proud of them. They weru named licforo
the time of Solomon, you know, Hut how
comes It that m many flowers have tho
tamo fancy names lu more than one lan
Thus to takcKomuof our common wild
If wo could glvo you such recipes; but
few, If any, have been recorded, ami nont
that you would willingly follow. Tbeli
banquets were wonderfully lavish In Hit
amount provided but gross almost
beastly In the composition. Served In bar
baric splendor, on polished gold net round
with precious stones, yet there waa no del
icacy or refinement either In the mode til
preparing or arranging the food. Mrs.
Ueury Ward Heecher in Godoy's,
The Hatty Carriage,
I have felt that soiuo one should warn
young mothers of many of the ways lu
which a baby carriage maybe dangerous, i
I have hoped that an abler pen than mine
would take mi the subject, but thus fill '
have seen nothing. I know how much J, ,,,,, m,y tlK, ,, ,mrljo suspicion
both mother and child need the air, but n'wlth wnlch to ,k.ft.1)(1 ,cr Kreftt pride.
These suspicious are generally the fruit of
are not lu the least like our own. Illack
brlouy, for Instance, Is herbe nux fetnmes
battues; centaury Is herbe nux tulllc florins;
adder's tongue Islierliuaux mlllo miracles;
goose foot is herbe du bon Henri, and wil
low herb is hcrbo St. Antonio. Loudon
A Oreat Cam.
Ono phase of a woman's pride great
family pride is self respect. It Is a great
care. Shu will dwell at great length on its
strength, and Is always on the alert to pro
tect It, She Is so Jealous of It thatshe con
tinually airs her grievances. She Is so
fearful thatshe will not be treated with
the deference she considers her due that
tho most trivial thlugsarn taken for slights
anil Insults. If the llttlo things are ex
our variable climate, with lis easterly
winds and sudden changes, n child Is fai
ltetter leftat homo until the weather has
become settled. I often see babies lu
charge of children not largo or strong
enough to guide the carrlnge safely over a
curbstone, and It strikes tho curb or side
walk with a Jar that must affect tho spine
unpleasantly at least, If not dangerously.
Then again I sco babies lying flat on theli
backs, with the sun, in all Its blinding
force, shining directly In their eyes. Is it
any wonder that so many of our 1107a and
girls nro wearing spectacles or eyeglasses?
Not long ago I saw a baby, perhaps five
weeks old, lying with tho lace bonier of
tho shade flapping back and forth across
its little face lu a manner that must have
been as painful to the child as it was to I
me, but as the pour baby could not petition
for n change it was obliged thus to suffer.
I know these things aruuotdoiie Intention
ally, but nil the same they are not pleasant
for the child, and in many cases they are
positively injurious. Theso aro only a few
instances, but if they lead tho mother
who read them to observe for themselves
I think they will agree with me that
baby carriage, although a great con
venience, may, If not firopurly ban lb , b..
a sourcoof discomfort- to tho baby '-A
Grandmother" lu Lynn (Mass.) Item.
a jealous mind; for women who nro on the
lookout fur proper resfiect to be paid to
them aro usually Insanely Jealous of at
tentions paid to others, and woo bo unto
the unfortunate individual If tho ono lack
ing lu attention to Iter should happen to be
her husband! In her endeavors to properly
protect her family pride and self respect
her grievances become tho common prop
erty and gossip of tho neighborhood, mid
for that matter thn moot remote corner of
tho earth.-Chicago Inter Ocean.
A riis for Single lleda.
If single beds were more numerous thau
they are, a great many people would be
better off. When one Is tired, sick, crocs,
restless, out of sorts, he or she 1 ought, to
sleep, aloue and not communicate by prox
imity tho maladies that affect him. The
brute creatures when sick go away br
themselves till they die or gut over their
troubles, and this Instinct a great many
human beings have; those that have It
are best If indulged in it, not to the slight
est degree of neglect, however.
Left to themselves, they can compose
their Internal dissensions, recover their
lost equilibrium, and get back their habit
ual rate of "vibration," whereas. If con
tinually disturbed and "crossed" and In
terrupted, they are a long time in getting
dock to too normal.
Where two children In a family must
bar the same room, In a great many cases
they would be better off to have two single
bads rather' than one wide double bed. We
can share great many things with those
we love, but solitude clings to us from
birth to death. We came into the world
alone, we must go out of It alone, and we
live In It alone In a certain Important
ease, and to get and keep our "bearlnga"
we must'' sometime be left alaae Itt
good that we ahouW be. 1 .
He who has his bed to himself may be
essentially alone for a portion of the twenty-four,
hours, may have himself to him
self and adjust hi internal mechanism to
hU own satisfaction. For a great many
wees and Ills solitude Is a balu-waat'we
call solitude for when alone the Imma
terial asserts Itself, the actual fades, the
Is praeu with us. New York Adio-
tVanted Oituil lluiuekeeplng.
Young women make n big blunder if
they do not learn to tnko care of a home. It
la n grievous social and moral wrong wheu
girls nro brought up helpless In household
life. How often wo see mothers busily en
gaged lu domestic duties like 11 slave, In
order that the girl may enjoy every luxury
and do nothing: Indeed many hardly let
their daughters soil their hands. No
woman ought to marry who cannot look
well to the ways of her household. In case
uhe may not herself be required to work
she ought to bo able to seo whether the
work Is done In a proper manner. A womau
is out of her element unless sho is ac
quainted to a certain extent with tho sci
ences of bukeology, bollology, stltchology,
makeology and mendology. There never
waa n greater blunder than to substitute
good looks for good qualities.
The reason why so many men do not
make home for themselves in these days
la because they cannot afford it, The
women are too much averse to working,
and too extravagant in all their tastes.
Wo want more frugality, industry and
system. If we could Introduce these virtues
Into our higher society we should diminish
the envy, jealousy and suicides of the sin
gle, and the wretchedness, bickering and
divorce of the married. Every girl ought
to be brought up to have regular domestic
duties. Idleness should bo forbidden her.
The only dignified life la u useful life.
Children and Their Dolls.
The great lovo n little girl has for her
family of dolls la only n copy in miniature
of the maternal affection that Is showered
upon her own little self, The Instinct is
born In her, and there Is no sweeter or more
Innocent play than the mlmlo representa
tion of home life that sho gives with her
Inanimate companions, large and small.
Headers of human nature, 11 they watch a
child with her dolls, will very readily as
certain bow she herself is treated. The
conversations between her and her doll
baby are sure to be copies of those her
mother holds with her.
The wise utterances she let fall she has
heard from father or mother. The poor
little rag doll who la continually being
scolded and pnuished Is receiving only such
admonition as the child mother herself re
ceives, while 011 the other hand, if she is
sweetly reasoned wlcli and is only gently
rebuked, the iloln come in only for kind
words and the same sort of training. Dolls
are part of a little girl': life. She finds
truer and sweeter enjoyment In tho dress
lng and undressing of some pink cheeked,
blue eyed balie .Juneau than ever comes In
tho later years, when life assumes greater
responsibilities than the bringing up of a
family of interesting china mid wax beau
ties. Therefore let them cling to their
dolls as long as they will. Philadelphia
The Lady of the lion March.
How many American women are aware
that the colossal Institution in Pails
known as the Hon Mnrclie was founded by
a remarkable woman, Mine, lioucicaut,
called by Parisians the "I.ady of the Hon
Marchef" Philip Hamerton says of her
that she cultivated good as though It were
Women ut Carlsbad.
Tho French, Austrian and German wom
en nil seem to have gone to hips and busts
They do not compare in grace, elegance or
delicacy to the American woman. Beauty
of a rare order is never seen. The thorough
fares of Haltimoru will disclose moro beau
ties any day than an entire season nt Carls
bad. The salesladies In the large stores of
Daltlmoro nro Infinitely handsomer than
1 the conservatory buds of Vlenua, Dresden
Although there is, outside tho native, n
population of 20,000 foreigners at Carlsbad,
you would not discover a careless or freely
behaved woman in the place. What la
known in America as "mashing" is wholly
unknown nt Carlsbad. Any clear evening
between 0 nnd 7, at Pulls, a thousand tables
can be seen well filled, and n still larger con
courso of women and men are at thu same
tlmo promenading, but there, is no more
flirting or mashing going 011 between theso
strangers than if they wera at a Quaker
meeting. Cor. Ualtlmore Sun.
Tkaaul read to tha Great Hat Sarlnrn
tf BrajMa. tdlaaa Mteeam aad frat
Mararsss-af ajar, yaw saw watas.
, OlaTteaatAfft "'" '! V
AacUat Hills of rare.
The accouuta-Biore frequently found la
emaBces f the marvelous feast often"
given to rallBg newer of the olden times
are eagerly -d by the young and with
an accompiuiiment. .Managing the affairs J, to-wear a uniform while on duty. This
of the great enterprise which she bail . unf0rm' consists of- a dress of blueserge,
founded with energy and unfailing-pros- wjth B tight fitting d le breasted basque
perity.she associated with her as stock- flashed with bine . mis, and u plain
holders the chief of the various depart- ,Klrt made short ei.t.ugh to clear the
menu who have given her faithful service, uround
that they might share In the profits of the 1 ' -1
bouse, included as many of her employees 1 A good chocolate frosting Is made as fol-
as possible In the business by ceding her lows; Five tablespooufuls of grated choco-
own shares to the common fund, subject late, with enough in am or mill; to wet It,
to their purchase, ami nt her death ds-1 one cuptul or sugar ami one tgg weu.oeiif
iriDUieu u.v will ttie snares that still re
mained In her possession among the other
The pension fund which Mine. Oouci
oaut created with a gift of II.OOO.UK)
J cei-tNo co y
Manufacturers Agent t
I have just received nt my repository, direct from the factory, a large line of FIltST
CLASS ll'Otff, nnd ntn offering the n at prices that positively dis
tance all competitors. Sec my line of
ea. Btlr the ingredients overt ne lire until
thoroughly mlxid. Flavor w lib vanilla.
Dablea' feeding bibs made at home are
preferable to thooe bought, anil the white
from hsr own private fortuue is used 1 rubber cloth Is more satisfactory tnau uie
.i a a BmiuiiEffi uiii'iULii. im ii. 11 urn UUb uruuK.
Ann an uie latest Novelties in the Carriage line. Hcing manufacturer's ngent
some of the greatest factories, I am In n position to offer goods at closer
figures limn retailers. It will pay you to call and see my
NEW LlNli before making purchases.
E. R. GUTHRIE,
1540 O STREET -
Office 1 00 1
Now that leather forms so important an
element of decorative work tho economical
woman will, In her day and generation,
save up her old gloves of all light tints, bo
cause she knows that by ripping the wrists
and washing them up in gnsoline she can
mnko tho daintiest enrd cases, book covers,
photograph frames and tobacco pouches in
the list. It only needs a few stitches by
the clever needlewoman, a few strokes of
the brush by the skilled artist, to trans
form the costoff glove Into a thlug of
beauty, If not a joy forever.
And there might be some ono foolish
enough to care all the more for the gift you
present because it was made of the gloves
you had worn so much Bentiment has ever
been attached to a woman's glove. It was
for a woman's glove that tho lover In the
poem risked his llfo in tho lion's cage, and
It has been a woman's glove that many a
knight ha bound upon his spear for a
talisman in the lists of honor and glory.
New York Sun.
The Heroine of Many Stories.
Lady Dllke has been well utilized aa a
heroine of romance. She is said to be the
Dorothea of "Mlddlemarch" to the Mr.
Caaaubon, for which her first husband,
Professor Mark Pattison, is believed to be
the model. She Is the charming Belinda
of Hhoda Droughton's entertaining novel
of that name, and, as the lovely young
wife of Dryasdust, has figured In numer
ous stories.which always happily marry
her Anally to the other man. San Fran
Make a baby waist and to It sew a skirt
twice as long as usual, finish with an inch
hem on the bottom, and Into this run a
tape; wheu the baby is dressed put on the
creeper and turn the extra length up under
the skirts anil tie the tape around the
waist. When baby Is through creeping
slip it off, and bnby is fresh and clean.
To clean mnrblo mix a little whiting
With a strong solution of washing soda
and a llttlo dissolved soap. Lay the mix
ture on the marble with a brush and let It
remain for half an hour, then wash it oil,
using 11 scrubbing brush and flannel, wlBh
a little alcohol to polish up the mnrblo.
When doing housework, If your hands
beccme chapped or red, mix comment and
vinegar into n stiff paste and apply two or
three times a day after washing In hot
water; then dry without wiping uud rub
with glycerin. At night use cold cream
and wear gloes.
Miss Sarah Pollard owns it half section
of land lu Polk county, Minn., which she
works without any help except in harvest
season, She Is a young woman of many
accomplishments and left a comfortable
home lu the east to become a western
Police matrons In Chicago are required
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