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TJif PAllA HERALD, 1'LAriVSMOUl'll, WBWKaKKA, FUIDAV. FFJilirAliY 10, 18S8.
WOMAN AXI) HOME.
AM ILLUSTHATIOfJ OF CO-OPERATION
IN A CO'JiWTTiY HOME.
A rii.ti.2i itlly reil.c-. M. un til tt lint lill
lru Nlionld Lent i A i.'.iy f I iihIjiiihI.
A Point on I;.-!---. I :l:ii :il i'.i.;I Hint.
Comfort, lor Wiif. Ili'in-..
An i)lu-.I I'M I ion of ln:ie ru ; -frr t ion ban
recently fi'iin' iniiii r 1.1V '!,-' v ;.i ion, whii-h
luis i i itj ! -t. I !-, -,,i "i ill-, sin.-., it i'lus
t rates Hi'1 ii si lei! : - - (!: iii.'iiiv ltnri-s in
-onl rn-i'-d uitb tint -'.i-o;.: ional i .pport uni
ties of I In- few.
f ii a 1 1 j : -L i-oiim! ry ho-ie of w hleh I know,
there in nice i i ;'ir. :i alio four youii;.,est,
hoy..). 'I ln i f ;i;;- . im :i : i i:i I (otilyirus.
"it" con m loi . -t r. - o i - .s .iim " ;.tT works
'Hid j.-i i !.- t . I' ll. I. -i:-i household
tol"!., lit: I. Mere nee !,i-...,d i-i; .-ill about
Hum, :tinl ti.e !!. : i:' .. i f ids and iii li ;
ll.nl sweet bie-.!'i -.1 v. i.-.ds ;.inl l!i...-s,. Tlic-lo
is ii vegetable ;;:u i ! i i i Ii" '.ir. 'i for, and n
cow to In- ini!.:ii. '1'in! i.ilin r'.i hushics-i takes
lii:tt from l;o,;..r ;i-;v f every week,
;o thai, i nor.' euro !i ::i i .; n ual falls iimi:i he
f jnolifir. !;.:; v.e.o a ; ; i.ii;-. is i rs, ind.-ci',
tor ,ni. i-iiv, i!"' 1 1 s i ho'.i i., . d J low
dear l. a :. i.-oil tvi is ci th- muling..--l.'l.'lit
f I.-i. n -i ' ::.!.;..:!
Sever.-. i i!' iln-i in! ri ., u . - phsi'idly li-I i -
Call'. ' ' .' '.till ill I ,''''''
i i ; i;.i , so fir as I
m i-i mi o line, and
-. : i -,::''. . , i"'"ii -
i . '.. .: ' n.
..I i!t (...-I:
I . - . . r :-- 1 1
" - t; ." :.; ;:!-
I- 1. 1, ii-:: :n:i
r ; i ! i herein
. I ;..!'. i. 1. it.-
i. .1 lime.
i- t" .ca -i-
! .ii l.:ri--:io-o
ol I Ii" . vi i iii-;
.-if i !:!;,
J!il I ;o io ,. i-...' r
l.'iott , i : .-. I
lll.-l i .: : i ,- ...
Til ! i . l! i :: . ' io l ,
i.i'l ,!:! ! I : . . i : I
l-nr:..,-. : .. ....... :
I ;..-,: . : - i :
htn-an. : : 1 : . ' i r
to I :n- nil. ii r ;
to tl:,- ( . : ,
Si.!!-.' II..-.-. . i ! .
lit-:tr w i' !i i 1 1 ' 'ii ;
tioii if i::i i.. -1 ! i :. i-i;:i-i!
t, 'l' i'.i .
J::i.i;" t .i ;
Io. i" i . -. .c::.i,r v. '.n ! : i ; sure
to t ii.ii i": : i ' tii -a. I i.:-i.i-i:;;.
l-)vc!i ; a - I I '.!'::'-!!: ;!.-ir r.-sKn.s:-liility
in t !: i' ii. :.!.' '. -a-.. ( !.:. ; i.i rii-iro
till' Slt.'.oii!; i I' I';. ii ; , ;,i;i( 1 l,i li;ill-
ili;; of l!n- "Mi.ilir ;." .' -i i i. r v. aiit-.; all
tlii vi-i'i.ioli-.. t 'lo.i-iays tin- work of
U'asliitrr i. iivi.i.- i : i: is pot. over
Wfari.-o:!!.- i "." a..y. 'i'. ;.r I '.v. clot lies
Avria;-,!': . , ::L t. '.ii 'i i : ' !. i i ! .y . "."i-.-iali-.
t ia' t:..i..v ji' i.-..ii . to tin- I'. ; v.anhiit',
aiioihir to I ii" ri . Tii 'I'i'ci.f tins
lain;) tuY. : i o.:i- I.i . i ; o -. ami : o :r. Thcli
tin' ::-.i it 'u r I.-i.s a ... u .- i-:.-:. !, re ovi-n
tlit." Ini.ts ari.-i!Iit:'.i:i.-t ! l.-ariii-rs. Tin; l;ly
coit-ititiiis aiiitiii.vi ri.'il. I KUSHtt tliat
many han.Is havi: ; !; Li.liM-i of i::.n, lmt as
Le lias Imvh a jVi ! i i-hiiil lie- Las cliictly
falli.'I! to I!ioli:i r'. toll lil!-;. Jll tlllS
faniiJy tl:c-!i-a:- :;.-j:'.iC literary !.!!; ami
reaili.is. .Mii-.;.' utni ait not ha'.-e the j;o
Ly, either. J.: short.it is a v.vll onieivii iv
jiablie, tvitli no j.iijii riiai-us -il ii n. lio
Lccea 1'erii-y tU-e.! in Christ i.-.ii Union.
A I'hyieu.H. ITf'(-t "tVmisan.
If any woiiian t iins t lamw v. hetlier sho
is a ivrteet sj-feiincn el' Ik-:-scx she has only
tn a.-i'Iy the ral".s l.;iil .lov.n fur :iwcrtainiii
the lai't t:.;.!!re on l.n" jti-.il;-;. l-'irsf, a.s to
height, uus.ri iliii'i r, br.i '.;. Hl-. ili.vaii Venus
i:; five l.-et, !iv - in-!i--s i i ! i i r . and this is
liel.l li.v ni-i-'iv .-.i-iil.-! ; -:r,-l artisls to lt t'lu
most :.iluni:i:'i. L:ii .iv f.;r a woiiirin. .A for
-oi- .1 Ii:. . ; i - . -. !..-; 5 .1 c-nle laid down
liy ti.e .'. . v. ,...:i .- ;';.la wi.vts.;.! should
have tin-..' . ' I:.: .:; i . ci-rows.
lusb-s a:; I V.
glol-e if i I. i-.. v-. I ;
flui U:: 1 1- .::. i L
nui! .air. .. :;; l..u-lAi'-K.
row Kyel.r. w, : .. .....
Ears. Lust a-'.-.l
l-r a tveaan of live
is the iiiiijh r v.vi;,!::'.
formed she e.i:i s..i:i ;
Avit.hout greatly siio-.i in;
reexii ii.I.-: :. ;n,:;M
Jlliddl.- il'l. i.i ; ! ;
live f.-:-i !i . i-. ::;:cl!.v
Jetith '. I'.i-r ha ail
that an;! !u
j&meter oi hi a-.-si ii
to the ni;iid she slu;:
alio l;v;;.-tuivs I . om I".;
! i . t
t:. - r
the head. 'i
jniiiway l-i'tweea ta.' ;
The disl.ini-e t roai J ':.' i i
from the ei:,o,,- in the is-
From the to; or" th i..
1s. y.:..T the le::.vt:i iu
shou!d lie li e iu. tl: '.
aud the a.-::.;.;; -. .V :.: ;:
Ebo'.;!d raea.-iit; twi-.i. -t:r i;
va.ir.t e.i.i! ' i;; -. . :
if i:ica. i.ii '- s i- .!! iu;i;..-r ii;.- :.;
three ii' I'Ver .i. Ti-.e
iwas'.;.-.' t '.: '.!.. :i ;:;! :. :.:.
The call" of the le. in ; e
flllil oiie-.i:;ii i.:--: .., '.
nr.d the an!:'.-' ei ' .:. V
tOIXl Of !i5'.is;i. - - it - . ::.'
tance tvviee i-.: .:..'s:: i tin
once areun 1 vvri.-.t :
wrltt. u.i.v a: r.:: -.1 : i i
the tare it. o::. .- ;:r...:.;-l .
but the i-rst is the !:: .:
who have :l i' -
the C reek u s. -Nt'.v
'in'-i-';.-i;:. t. et.h and
'i . J i i s and
.'. !:. .::-i;i ... anhles
: i:- ! s. a rms a. id
.! i-; . ; and hps. Xur
i i -. t. Small
i'ee. live, I:!'- j.ouihLs
and if 'she he Will
a:. i. her I-. a jxinndi
i;. tLe:i Lreruis
id :::t : -i:; - froin ln of
of n.M.de ti':;; -r jn -t
h'-r t v. n l:ei;riit. The
!;il tenth of
.. . h. : T..1 the .U
ii. rr. r.i hi r thighs
i measiirc ja 't vvaafc
I'.ii -!:s to j'.e ton of
k!!i- .-iii".;id come exactly
::"il i!e heel.
.v to the iniiiillj
. ::- tin- distance
t j:: . I a
transform a malo crqulslte Into a sloven,
eniiociully if tbo (;are of jxrverty and un in-
croasiu; family rest ujioii hU tihoulilers; or it
may bo that he is hy nature solvenly ami
epjsily n laiised into that ideal d;troyius n-
dttion when the vanities of youth cease to net
ns u Hpur. liiisliamls of this kind commonly
let their lieards row, neglect tojHiIhih the
heels of their 1 km its, ami develop un irritating
ti-iideiiey to affi-t riildx'1-.s in all tveutherH.
Their hats, if m.taetuallysliahhy, are usually
niitiitiut-d, ami their trousera, leiny worn too
Jihort, invariably la most ugly at the kihs-h.
J hey weJir lonjj overcoats, ami either carry
no umbrellas (earing nothing for their diny
oli 1 clothes) or umbrellas ot prmiii'ioMs cir
cumference, of cheap material, and war-
rented to turn inside out every time the wind
h;ij.H-ns to catch them riht.
The.in men, if living out of town, are al
nnst siuro to hatch a fondness for poultry
und to sx-iul their Saturday a ftrnooiin and
Sunday mornings jiottering about lieneooi
and watching the ntrufc of their favorite
roosters. They -aro nothing for society, not
much for the ojiera or t!ie play, and are
alarmingly prone to fall asleep ovi-r their
newspiiiK-rs iu the evening. They usually
prefer a pio to a cijjar, and they are mighty
consumers of beer. ICven to such base uses
iii:.y the mai-ried man deji-end. Herald of
i .' Tilth.
C'liura;!', Weary Mother.
"What have I done to-day f the tired
mother asks at night. ".Nothing but tako
care of baby and plan the meals and 'pickup.'
-My life i;i wasted on trifles." lake couraj
weary mother! The progress of the world
d 'jn nds on tin" devotion of fcxl women to
j : t such "trill 's." Who can do it grea'er
work than these care for a cliild and hxil
al l'-r th" int i.'rexts of a home. She who with
ii:ii.ie:it mother love irclares a human uoul
for life's responsibilities, (l.x-s valiant servieo
for lioth ;l and man. Tne lirst yeai'-s of a
c.'-.i!ds life must, of necessity, lie devoted to
the care of the liody, but the Ixxly should bu
Ji'inlo a fit temple for the indwelling of an
immortal soul, rukiinr caro of tho baby w
surely no trifle when viewed in this light.
And v. hat are the other services that go to
make a home? Innumerable as tho sands of
t ho seashore for nuuiiicr, aud in themselves
aln.o . i as insigiiilieant in character, but the
giand sum total serves, ua does tho Bandy
shore, to stem tho swelling tide of outsido sin
and suffering that menaces with sullen war
t he sanctity of home ar.d the safety of society.
Tho husluuul and the children who know tho
comforts of a happy home are safo from
many wix-s that prey on those outside its
shelter. 1'iles.siugs on tho wife and mother
who "looketh well to tho ways of her house
hold, and eateih not the bread of idleness."
"Tho heart of her husband doth safely trust
in her." "Her children ariuo up und call her
bloswd." "Strength and honor are her
clothing, and she sliall rejoice in tiiu'3 to
come. Iowa State Register.
A roint on Dress.
Finally the best wino came last; the best
speaker was the handsomest and most at
tractive woman, and if I could tell her nam-)
you'd all recognize her as a notable social
leader. She said that sho had just ono littlo
story to tell apropos of the discussion oa
"In teaching my class at Five Points," sho
said, "I used to always try to dress plainly,
and finally one day I had to go to a friend's
from the mission, and had to put on a visit
ing toilet. I was troubled about it, but I did
not see any way out of the difficulty, so I de
termined to go on and forget about it as well
as I could. Well, as I was talking to tho
cla-ss a poor woman near me kept smoothing
down the velvet of my skirt; all the timo
she kept it up, touching it softly. After the
regular session waa over I asked those that
wanted to speak to mo to wait, as I always
do. The woman stayed, not saying any
thing, but going on softly smoothing the vel
vet. 'Do jou like my gown?' I said.
" 'Sure, ma'am, we poor folks don't see
anything so soft down here, and touchin' it
has made mo feel quieter than anything you
"Since that I've made a point of dressing
handsomely when I went to Five Points.
That's my little contribution to the discus
sion on dress." New York Graphic.
f the chest.
i hill stiould
let .-.nd t'.iort
i-et'.tee;; the chin
: in i t ti.is ii- e.h 4
i io... .::e oun-i.
.v.-.'. :n 1 forty
: arm i-houlJ
'.vri: t hi.
i .. ,.: e l ourt.nn
: ,1 i '. v .it y-!ivt
i nrioth-.r sy-
vs that the tiis-
t!:;::eb should go
i .n -e around the
t v. i.-e i-.roiiild
i.-e :' ':. ;-.;ids: oil,
us. 1 by ser.iptors,
. V iiV.'sUiVili'eiitS Of
r.il a hi Iping hand,
r. the kite hen or the
: on li e street, and
' c. iii'iir; than their
s!:.;e vulgarity and
in ss of body or of
o that poverty is no
Wl:st Children vlioeld I.eiirn.
Teach yo'.niiT -;ii is and l;oy.-; less abov.t eti
quette forms a n 'l la n-e ab.iut t!ie spirit of
Jove. Teach them not so mueii to (lance and
jioseatid nx-eive ; ;rac -f ul.'y, as to be (juiek to
tlo a srrviee for nay i'".'.-e i.i trouble or be
wilderment, a!"rt to h
even if it lx to the girl
homeless and I'.al. i i:'...:
more mi::. lf.il eT i.'.ia-is
own. Tvreeh them t.i !
low habiis and nnch .;t:
minil; bill t ii a ;he:u a
ttxsgrace ai u tn-.i. tc i!;oa.-.u-.' m a man s ora
woman's worth lies never iu the pcehet or the
attire. AnylxKiy can v.i e.r line clothes, bat
pot so many can earn tht ui hontstly or go
vithout them if )v vend their means. The
man or tho woman in r slialby e-.iat or ckxik
is more royal i.i the sigiit of honest men than
the dade who nevtr pays his tailor's bill, or
the girl who never lilts her lazy hand to earn
If I had the teaching of 100 blessed girls
today, I would drop the languages, and the
classics and the accomplishments frora the
list; I would close up the text books and turn
tho blacklxjurtLs" Ethiopian faces to tho wall
and give a solid year's lesson in human nature.
How they averaged la Latin should be of not
so jauch account as how they averaged in
honor and loyally and heaven liorn purity.
What jnarks they made, in algebra should
matter Jiuio compared to wiiat sweet deeds
of courtesy ar.d heljiful love they scored from
day to d::y. Their standing in scholarship
rhould iiUe iuio insiLraineaiice bei'oi'o their
standing in the ability to muho home happy.
"Amber"' in Chicago Journal.
llnsljuutlt as Xaisancvs.
Isomer hues tho tllect of marriua Li to
How to Treat Children.
A word nbotit nervous children. Never
scold them nor "make fun" of them. They
.-.uffer enough without your threats or sar
casm. Pretend not to see their awkwardness
when in coniany nor their grimaces when
clone. A case was reported the other day of
a boy of 10 years who, on being vexed, and
without any apparent provocation, will
clench his hands and make tho most fright
ful contortions of the muscles of his face and
head till his mother fears he is idiotic. By
no means. Ho is tho brightest boy in his
diss at school, fond of reading and of natu
ral history, but he is of a highly nervous
te:nierament, and has not been taught to
control the little wires, bo to speak, on which
lie is strung.
This is no single case. There are thousands
of children who give way to their nerves in
similar fashion. Talk to them about these
curious little fellows that should bo their
rervants. not their masters. Never whip
t h em. The man or woman who whips a ner
vous child is on a level with brutes that have
no reason. Encourage them. Help them.
Pj patient with them. They are the making
of our future successful men and women, for
they will work hard at whatever they under
take. Brace up your own nerves first, and
then be indulgent toward the capers of j our
over-nervous children. Boston Globe.
Wives and Haibundi.
They were discussing the awful problem
of tho inefficiency of so many men. Thero
were three of them all ladies who had known
plenty and now were their own bread win
ners in consequence of the failure of husbands
to even keep the wolf from the door. "I be
lieve in setting out the slippers and all that
old time nonsense about a wife's duties," said
one, "if the husband provides the homo and
its necessities. But when I am obliged to go
out into the world and earn the money to buy
his bread as well as my own, as I do now, I
give up the practice of setting out the slip
pers." Another remarked that a married
woman made the mistake of her lifo when
she began to do anything to earn money. The
f ul dressing? How many know Mir to treat
a person sulferiiig from sunstroke? How
many could bind up a wound ko ua to check
the flow of hloodf How many coi-M take
prompt and efficient action in those moments
when it is so imiMTiitively required, those
fearfully iinort:int moments, "In-fore the
doctor comesf I:i olden days the house
mother had learned iu her girlhood "the use
of simples anil the most noi ilo art of chirur
gery." If, with our far greater knowledge
of the human body and its laws, wo adopted
the same plan in teaching o::r daughters,
how many precious lives would )e sated!
E. M. liardiuge in The Epoch.
I illicit inn of M OiiK-ll.
A woman who cannot cook a dinner as
well as eat it, make a dress as well as wear
it, a woman who cannot turn In r hand to
anything when occasion i;
able to train her servant i
teach them tho valu-i of cv
well us money is not.j.i
cated at all, thoa di sh-; may h very much
cultivated, and even have been to col lego
and taken a degree.
Look at lies' er in her dairy, c ivv. Would
sho look an) fresher, healthier, happier in a
cap and gown, or be more usefully employed
iu poring over conic ivctioiis or reading
quest ionablo (ireek plays.' Tako my word
for it, girls would In: all the better and
homes all tho happier if more time and at
tention were given to domestic affairs, and if
every woman knew I.o.v to be her own cook,
housekeeper and dressmaker. Such thhie-s
urn far more easily learned than dead lan
guages or mathematics, and are of iulinitely
more use to a worna-i in going through life.
.Sirs. Loylo in Casscll's Magazine.
MEN WHO COMPOSE TH.".
iRo BODY GUARD.
Iletoli-d unit Cnpi liicIpU'il Without In end
or Appreciation of Irunirct (iriinleil Im
munity from raiiiniiiiiciit lor All Crimes
Txccfii Cold l::omle.l eluriUi.
I M-e here i-Tid
loldier.s i:i t!
sacks ri ling like i.rid
lif" of th" mihtary for
; :u ks are 1 li life guan
the ::k. ; i:il
in llii-. sL.-ao
i 'i fersbtirg oi ly a, few
Hid the d::.d:: ig I '.".
o.i bo:-vc!.;.ek me tho
ihe winter. Th ( '
ii f t v -.: u a:; I ,i;v
t i-i : of tho in. my ck.iracti r.i
count r v.
ii'iires, who is not
(ira-ei i -ally, and
iiioiny of t i me as
my i.'iiini' .n, e.lu-
A geiutii.e i " i am I.
: dr.-;..! of d-in;;er I
a te--; il.ie rum, v, hie
UM'I til-ie'i ii:.-!; in
v..:-. the original s ij
ii' teeth e nr. 1 tli" .r
pui -hem in.-.t i: ..; :
a.i-i nomore apjr.vciaT ion
ha. i 1 .' las i f i i . ... i:a,
ii he ii; ii.-i; : J I;.- vv.ib r
Joxie-it.oti at si; !.?. i"e
ii r f lo; sin, the pair. hi
in-' soiriL i'l liiakiug ri-
j. l!e i ;i i: i, j !;;i ,
t II g-e... 'rn..
to bee in"
:u ci otv i and lo
V.'hi n a .-..! i :
IS l.l-e'l I'l'e If lil -.i ll
has reae.'i 'd i he
m s adi.ii:.-.-
tho entii"" people. To ;;. t a proaio
suilc that is, into the direct t' n iiio
ih-voted to ti e e.ii", and l.
been knigl.ti'd in ih I i;
uenie of tin ! las -ia'i 1 .!:
::ociu'eil v. i, h llie si rvi " i
1.0 I'i'-.i.i 1 aho'.i;, iim
1.1 :,t.al ioned io the viei:.i.
it Lecomes known that he h:
by t!:o czar, his reputation
Zenith, i.nd he iu-tunl Iv )k:
A Ilubit to Avoid.
It is r coarse habit of .some people to wtcer
at "mothers in-law," and wo often notice
such sneers in the pajier.-".
Your own lr.other.i, if you have sisters who
a re married, is a mother-in-law, and so a! o
is your wife's mother. Your daughter,
when slio is married, will have a husband to
whom your wife is mother-in-law. Every
man's mother who has ever had a married
daughter is a mother-in-law.
Tho vast majority of the well beloved
mothers of families are, or will lie, mothers-
in-law, and nearly tho whole of these, lovely
daughters urxm whom their parents hjok
with pride wiil some day bo mothcrs-in-hiv.-.
"When you think of these things you will sco
how ill becoming is the habit of sneering at
Do not, therefore, fall into tho baneful cus
tom of speaking slightingly of mothers-in-law
if you honor the mother who bore yon,
or tho sisters and daughters in whom you do
light. New York Evenin.-r Sun.
of the czar is to a" j;:::
million Jtu.isinn s .' li. r.,
iu ell the v.ais Ku- ia
o!-.':i'iiiitio!. the Cosi-ae.
Moody work when .':;
1-: auce in I an 1 : , e;
empire. Th- '- '
l:!"ii f thing id." had v. i
c the !:i,:h'-.t h
. atipire t o.
has fou 'i it i v.
It. have ii;;
:.; :.-d t
a--k, t!:e ( r.eriiy al-vavs
was cent mm .ns hi'e-.hwh
U-gali. he.-i tire Ci ,:u-i
; ') on horseback
.;. i .ilmo. t. twice t !
li.i. i'cr c.-'!jt,ursf
; ivi i- f 1 1
i tp. - -' .
1111,11 le lc
in;; iind- r
k It w
.. . r. .t i
F a 9
t S E
n R 18 0
let down i i
nbc-r in N:i;o
I i:e-e peoiile have !.e
it nds on hot !i si- ' s
i lake io i a r:::.; a ;
t kit ru. i r.;. Nearly hail
l -.. udi -1 the tribe I
in 1 is si-j-viee hi ; : ;i -i
:;. ;!". ti:o most 1 ri:!;d a.
isee-;; is ilr.is given tire i n
.i i:i ;:i all 1hi rr.at. nriii
e .!e:;r.!ide'r Jll you sec
ks i'i'oc.t him, riding ov.
::ng iheir sabers in the :::
i a;.d arbilrary authorit.
"t" privilege and e.'a i i-i.-.
Advice to Overworked Women.
Mrs. Abby Diaz recommends ovcrworkofl
women to let a good many unstarched arti
cles go rough dried, with only a little pulling
and smoothing, to put plainer clothes on
children, and to quit baking so much c:iko
and pie. Tho great ixdnt is to gain time.
Let thern give up doing those things for
their children, in order that they may do
better thing3 for those children, such as read
ing, talking, walking with them, especially
walking tho woods and iields, such as getting
light on matters connected with their proper
training. I don't mean to say that we never
have a bit of cake or pudding in the house ;
in fact, we do often have plain cako and gin
gerbread, and occasionally, to help out, a
pudding. But they are not counted in among
tho must haves. I have escaped from
tyranny. If there's no cake iu the home, I
don't feel myself to be a shamed ar.d sinful
creature, us I used to." New York Post.
l..e j redoim:
the Volga, and t!
ihi t eimca ;'er.th:
( Oiaa-v ago l..e
maki ig a!! i-:t
lifo gtmid. Alto,
igro.mt, the Cos
V.'iici.cvcj" yot; :;e
swan. i of C.isse.i
j ci. .-trim. s, sdash
and holding hh
'i'i.ey have com.
;o the faiiest extent.
IMMUNITY AitAIWiT Pl .VIn Vig.
A l.'osr-iek soldier is granted comj
cr.Kg'.y jjg.ainst. .uti'shnicnt for al!
I.i: '.) ;: crime, which is uunler in e.i
; ' f
Js on joying; ciSoo223.in botli its
ii' he wmiioidy murders an ii.i.occiit iiti-l u:i
'."'e.'idii'g citizeii o- e-.i. :r.:io:i hi i-: i-'.-ai "
liiartiaied and probably impri-iomd l.r thivo
or !-i" moid lis, but it is e?J rjaieiy di!h -al! lo
convict hii'i v. iie:i oney arrested, lie is fur-
iiL-hed ;i horse, ciolhh'g and
stationed in ;i city, bu:; lie :
ar.d rati i:s o;ily v.he i h
About otie-fonrth of tiu-m
tho hands of tiie c;ar, v. hi!.
ii i:o s.
I I'.iem :.ro privileged t
I .";i:t in the name of the
i (i Thi-v hold up str
1 u y reeiiierimes ar.d de
t I I
Charm of I.ittlo Dinners.
Tbo sinccrest form of hospitality, ml by
far tho most enjoyable left to us, is "littlo"
dinners Showy banquets and display feeds
may possess some interest C3 spectacles, and
various forms of glorification, private and
public, individual or collective: but the real
soul of good fellowship is in a gat hiring of
six to a dozen persons intelligent, congenial
round the tabio of a discriminating, ex
perienced host or hostess (or both), who in
vito their friends, not to show the extent of ! r
their wealth and the luxury of th; ir plate ! tlx
though there is no oojeet'.on to the use of
beautiful things, if ono possesses them but
whoso first thought is comfort, and a lil'.io
season of unclouded, and, therefore, ratio:::;!
enjoyment, on such a briLia as can be ri-Ticalcd
and made a part, indeed, of tho daily life
its milestones and happy occasions. oennio
J une in American Magazine.
U pcoplo t.'lO lil'.-t the
u.-.eless to make com
d.e.tions. as the-y are' ie,
have to keep the czar
ih-.y must protect la. a :
t.nd he holds that they l
JDino of their acts for t)
lion direct!-.', by l
r.s to do it
m:e-l of the treasurv
t ne c. imilrv
d tit the hr.nd-. of
to live u ion. I
t of th. ir d. or.j-
"'ie.i. ;ie op.e
I e;iu;rd hlsl.le:
all his iaterc I.-.,
jll -i as wed !
npiri ".; prescrva-
:.;;img a bund
It. (toes not fol
a li.;c guard he nr.!
he ij employed to
i .1" ilS es;
'.: .v. i" a sohuer, aecir :i::g i-j ;:;s pun.-,
or d. -sires. He gc.es about:, who:! not u:
.vi.'e'r.., in in'-' umi'-rm or a i-iiKm-r
ssot a civiiian. At .St. Peters!.!;
t becau. e a i.alila r
r.t the si(l-.,f the o,
I. His iic!d is in ai
to iti jn iv the i-mpi
"ivt or r.!,!ie l- ti
::ot m;u;y d.tys ago, I sa w a Or-sacl,
v.ttc citizen's drr-;-. on t he stjii-f, vv:
h v kuete. He wora a l-mg til--J. r, '
up to tno chin. Ho was hi thero!
Will Id' nil'
lldtldlitll i I! t l (
.' resident wiil
( ':tss Ci'dntv
and Social Transactions
f this year jiihI
the ti 1HC--3 should
i"(i: in ;i id: 'i hi;
live. In a little gro"j: '
game a slender youth.
in-r his great coat he dre
t men h
of a .
A AVord Conccrnin'j WrinJiles.
A word now on wrinkles. Tho ski::
has a natural tendency to form wrinkles,
even in youth, this tendency naturally in
creasing with age. Every influence whieii
distends the skin for any timo must lead to
wrinkles, and as a weak or imperfect circula
tion of the ble'oi will make certain parts cf
tho body swell, it is of the greatest import
ance to keep the blood pure, and tints prevent
bloating, which is sure to bo followed bv
wrinkles. Ladies should take regular exer
cise in tho open air, end keep early hours,
deliberately setting their fa.ee n gainst excesses
in diet, if they wish to keep them free from
wrinkles, for when they once e-o:ne they arc
most difiieult to rid one's self of. Xew York
Press "Every Day Talk."
three i r tour of the
s -hii.-:-. 1 ever saw.
ling. i.v:v i. or." s of
si ;h . a:!-', ir. their h.
t-a-l l!:e disolay see...
Moscow Cor. Kiuu
mid at Ids s
'J'iiey crime i;:
;r::il. c:v.. and
ti wire pi-.;-..V.-, !;..iv
r-e.r. a h.md oi 1
".".-. was iiol r sis.eil
i.l e: .;; !y uiaii.-cessitry
.-; C:rv Time:-.
,'ov wliile we
jeoplc we wiil
w i:i: of the
ti u of C'rtu-!'.
c:v..:hy vvl.i :,
u:..l tried to p
Tor tho Whoopinj; C'ourh.
A ready experiment for tho relief e.f tho
distressing cough occasioned in children in
cases of whooping cough is this: Drop oil of
turpentine on the pillow where tho fumes
will be inhaled while sleeping and during the
convulsive cough, hold a handkerchief beforo
the child's face with fifteen or twenty elrops
ou it. Herald of Health.
on to a
Lo. id. ; :
y to Ch
.llfl di is i
n a t it i .f coe.i v.'r
i tii's dying !-:;
ii" Le;: ;i -.ig her
her t- .-ei Lib
rcu in I.(.i:ion.
it r-M;; t; ha-; wrl
.-ii-irt cf tii" laird v;
soviet y iVr ;!.e 1 :v
Hi'rcii. tl:e V.i
n r.iitiee Las
Fw-. mr-Ti '.iis nrx-,. i'mi mvi rrri mtr. m wt
fa-s-a VtV f-.'vA K"-.l '.::S ali5 rf i.-Yi wJ rt li
pLi fell miLm I
frz. .-- .
whip-'lug I'l l"
hmigin s. a iml:
Leek at the
s.-. .T.g'.Iy be.iti:
C-d.s. au-i then
m feh!-.l to her 1 .:.
fe.l" I.eiiig so o;i.,
ed hoy by tied h-nds
ct-liMig. u:ere Y. j--. .'
: with loin I;; !'. in
:: th-; r- in.
i I i'oo. il
n" v. ; . !i
if- :;i a
The "Cake" We All Sieh For.
"Mamma," said little "Willie, after return
ing from a dinner to which he had been in
vited, "I alius kinder thought that cako was
just cake; but I see there's a difTcrenco in it.
Aunt Susan's cake is cake an' pie an' puddiu
an' peaches an' ice cream an' everything good
together, but yours is nothin' but cake."
Peoplo who suffer a bad odor in tho breath
should use, as a wash, a mixture made by
adding a teaspoonf ul of tho tincture of myrrh
to a tumblerful of water. This reined v is
Kie.;o.g j;. in
ahdoiueii and face v. iih work:
i::g a y-y ear-old lace a id n
man's whip: a o-yer.r-oid b-.u
we.a!eb'.rie tiding whip: ti . ;
jiroiiuciag pmial .stiv.i:;".;ic.ti.
te-reams f i:-.; j.aiu: ii..ii."
hea'e.I ol-i :ores. then thru.-ihi
a pe.:;r i;it the Lid's throat, and !:
there ""to st p tho low." London !., tv-
firs!--e!;isS id fill
our ion printers
a ;i t i .-1 ; tor v wov i .
P h A TTS MO tJTR,
IVuther lietls and .'ist tiia-.i.
e.-sary tz-j; ttie leathers
from ce'eso alive, that
comfoi't of i-r-j.i
: are to s'niiv
ttiirrl sn.ii) sha also hplievAd thtthe effleienev
of woman was creating a race of inefficient, i thought to retard decay of tho teeth.
After talking it over in plain language, in
which use was found for tremendous em
phasis, they all agreed that, as women were
so frequently obliged to earn their bread,
everything should bo made as easy as pos
sible for them; but the old way of the hus
band earning and the wife expending tho
money for their mutual comfort was the best,
and any departure therefrom showed that
there was something radically wrong some
where. New York Press "Every Day Talk."
Take a bucket of fresh water into your bed
room every night, and let it remain uncov
ered. It will ubsorb all ioiuncus gnsss.
A toothbrush, kept for the purpose, will
aid greatly in cleaning cut or pressed glass
ware. The water in which crodSsh has Iecn soaked
is very good feir washing the zinc under the
ir.v.-t have feather Lids
i outliers are no oerter tu,
un wholesome. L.:'. there
id pillow.-;. Dead
:i husks, and mv
r.i't one pound d
te'at.iers use: I 1:1 te .s today wUerc t Here v.i re
twenty ten years ::,:. Asthma a.id hay fever
have done a grea; d al to lessen the demand
for feather b:.ds ami pillows, for it v. as dis
covered a iVvv years ago that feathers :;:id
asthma lovca to eousort. and. that nothing
would start a;i astbuiatic to v.-heezing sj
h such volume of sound tu&
AThat Do irls Know?
-dost of our boys assume the responsibili
ties of the citizen, and our girls enter upon
the duties of the wife and the mother with
only the knowledge acquired in the public
Now, what do they know! .
How many of the girls understand the
The oftener flour is sif t?d for
the lighter the cake will be.
simplest rules of diet, ventilation or health- I ness.
Keep a separate saucepan for boiling po
tatoes in if possible.
not opeu into sleeping
The sure preventive for cholera is cloanii-
coueh of geese feathers. The d scovcry
.if re ad, and the g.njse owes a gre-;;t deal of its
latter dav comfort to tho a.st'hma. New
IJirthplnccs of I'nbilc Men.
Ohio must brace up if she wishes to keep
her reputation for furnishing public men. Iu
the present congress iif tyone of the members
weiv born in New York state, thirty-nine
were born in Pennsylvania and thirty-eight
in Ohio. Next come IZentucky with twenty
four, Virginia with twenty-one. North Caro
lina with ninetoei and Massae'husetts with
but sixteen. The great stato of Texas has
but one nati-i e at the capital. New York Sun,
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