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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1891)
stay B, Had f Hmny Matartals a4
1m4 tat Huj Ttalaga.
Thl trlmipinf may not be new to
nrry of. oar teuton, mt. hAricf been
lately Initiated Into the mysterie of
waking it, it la quite nev to me and
fy please those who, like me, prefer
k that grow i fast. ThU trimming'
." ' ''ry quickly mude. (See Figs,
a The name hairpin trimming'
was probably eive'n it because it is
made on a large pin shaped like a hair
pin. A good pin for the work may be
wade of a knitting needle; heat the
needle is the middle, where it is to be
bent, very hot, and it may be made in
hairpin bhape without trouble. A pin
even longer may be made with, heavy
wire. This trimming may be made of
linen, cotton, silk or wool, and brought
Into use for many things. I made some
of the trimming for underclothing of
v n. t na. L
crochet cotton. This light crocheting
la food hot weather work, a it is not
taxing or confining. To make it, tie
the cotton around the pin as show a iu
Fig. 1, with the points up and the spool
end of the thread from you. Put your
crochet needle nnder the loop just
made and draw the cotton through,
making a stitch on your hook, ()
pat hook under left - hand loop
and pull cotton through, thai making
two stitches on the hook; pull the cot
ton through these two stitches, turn the
pin over, make one stitch; repeat from
until the pin is full, or until you have
a desired length of trimming made, then
slip it off carefully. In Fig. 2. a chain
of one stitch is crocheted between
every loop on one edge and a chain of
five between every two loops on the
other edge is worked. Fig. 8 shows an
insertion with both edges alike. Fig
4 la made by Joining two narrow rows.
At first it may not be possible to werk
aa evenly and as fast as might be de
sired, but with a very little practice eoe
may acquire speed and accuracy. I
learned the work In one evening and
made a yard of this trimming the Beit
evening. You will notice that your pin
may be bent close together so as to
hsve the work compact, or may be a
wide prong, making a wider lace. I
have made many yards of this trha-
ri. . HllKPUf EDOISa, DOISL.
tning. It is pretty for putting between
lace insertions for yokes of nightgowns,
or for yokes of children's dresses. A
steel crochet needle Is bent for this
work, and should be of a siz to work
easily with your cotton. Any pretty
crocheted ede may be added to the
insertion (Kig. 8), thus making of it a
pretty and durable lace. Last winter I
made a quantity of this lace- from sas
ony, and ued it for trimming flannel
skirts. Prairie Fanner.
lacaatrvM for ChlUraa.
It la not suftkieot to Instruct a child
to follow certain lines of conduct and to
avoid others. We mnst supply him wtth
incentives; and upon the nature of
these will bis future character depend.
Instead of asouring children that if they
are good they will he happy, and clinch
ing the assurance by artificial rewards
or bribes, wc should lead them gently
to choose and to prefer the good, with
out reference to self at all. They can
be accustomed to plan for and aim at
giving pleasure, not jretting' it, and al
though in so doing they will experience
a rich enjoyment themselves, it will be
Incidental, never one for which they
had striven. Artiticial rewards and
penalties will thus be rarely needed,
and they will grow up with generous
and unselfinli instincts instead of mean
and calculating ones. N. V. Weekly.
Omelet ta With Htm Crsnfca.
Take eight eps and one teacup of
bread era robs soaked in milk. Heat the
eggs the same way as for plain omelette.
J'ut the bread crpmhs In k howl and
pour all the mils on them that they will
Lake op. f"tir them wtth the yolk of
the eggs and a little salt; then add the
white and proceed an for plain
s m I
ra Castro AdTocmtxi ky th Laaatet
Hafonmara f Kagian.
Last December a renewed movement
for the introduction of a simplified
style of dress
for women ws
made in Eng
land. The orig
who expla In ed
her views on the
subject, and at
the same time
gave a practical
illustra tion of
them before an
assembly of lad
ies at her own
house. The new
practical dress Is
by no means cou
ent from the us
ual female at
tire. It is ea-
RiMi-Lintl) skirt, pecially adapted
for house wear and walking, and
what will certainly be considered
an advantage it makes the ladies
wearing it look younger. The cos
tume consists of short trousers or
knickerbockers, long gaiters reaching
up to the knee, and a plain, single
skirt, cut five inches shorter than the
usual promenade dress. The side
breadths of the skirt are laid in two
single box-plaits, the back breadth la
two double ones. The inride .of the
skirt Is lined to a third of the length
with mackintosh that can be waahed;
the bodice is tight fitting and the
sleeves puffed. A small touave jacket
may be worn for extra warmth. A
half tight-fitting jacket and small felt
hat complete the walking part of the
dress. A number of young ladies ap
peared in this array at a bar-aar for the
charitable purposes held in Ixmrton.
The general utility and advantage of
this reformed dress has already been
widely acknowledged, snd medical
papers praise It from a hygienic point
w la Dva the reet Accorla( t th
The prevailing rule in dressing the
fetiatht if the dress is dark the
stockings may either match exactly or
may have a dark ground with the orna
mentation in a light color. Llgnt stoca-
Ings are not always worn with light
rafrttoNASi n iiosifrt.
Costumes, but the prevuiling color in
the toilette should predominate in the
stockings. Uandraome plain silk hose
are la all the gray and tan shades,
while with many ladies sll-hla.'k stock
ings are ever preferred. The hosiery
pictured In this article shows the modes
In which the new shades green, yel
low, and old rose are presented in odd
figures. The average price of these
fancy stockinet ia tv Uoilars a pair.
Leslie's Illustrated Newapuper.
Te Maka Chaeelats BlaneSfaafa.
Blanc-mange may be made Arm by
the use of gelatine, Irish moss, sea
moss farina, cornstarch or arrowroot.
Ttie cheapest of these thickenings are
cornstarch and sea-moss farina. The
latter, being the more delicate, may be
used In preference to corn starch. Put
one quart of milk In the double boiler
and on the fire. Sprinkle Into it one
level Wblespoonful of sea-mosa farina.
Cook for half an bonr, stirring frequent
ly. (Scrape one uuuoc of pll5 chocolate
and put It into a small pan with four
tables poonfuls of sugar and one table
spoonful of hot water, fetir this over
the hot ft re until smooth and glossy.
Add the dissolved chocolate to the
cooking blanc-mange; also add one
third of a teaspoouful of salt. Kir
well, and pour Into a mold that haa
been rinsed in cold water; set In a cold
place for several hours, and serve with
sugar and cream. Ladies' Home Jour
nal. Tba VacataMe Tuki;."
This recipe Is given by a magazine
which advocates an exclusively vege
table diet, and we should think might
prove palatable by whiter" uame it La
called: Bread, one pound; butter, one
fourth pound; nut meats, one-fourth to
ene-half pound, one egg, seasoning and
sage to taste. Either mash the nuU In
a mortar or chop fine, then put bread,
butter and egg into a chopping bowl;
pour on boiling water and chop fine,
season to tsute and mix thoronghly.
Butter a pudding pan, eover the butter
with bread crumbs, put in the mixture
and bake an hour, of until well done.
Turn out on a platter and yon have
what my frieuds call "a success.'
Ta fresarrs Crab Aaplaa.
Sort your spples, and the perfect onea
put by themselves, trim tha items
(lesving about an Inch on the apple),
and scrape out tbe blossom end, wash
them, nut in a porcelain or other pre
serve kettle, cover with water, eook
until you can run a straw through,
skim out and Welgb;toeacb pound take
a pound of sngar and a enp of water,
boil and skim, put In the apples and
boll autil clear, skim out, troll the sirup
a few minutes, then put over the ap
ple. The water the apples were
boiled in measure, and to each pint put
a pound of white sugar, hull aa honr,
and It makes a beautiful Jelly.
BUBL1W0T0X k MISSOURI Rl TtH R. R.
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OF DA11Y rAsSSKNf.KK TRAINS
1 COINS WEST
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No. J. !.-
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MlsMlkf P. IF IC RAILWAY
Nnfust AvaooKiitaiioD leavra in. Ms m.
Sin.jM ' arrive) 4 iw p. in.
Trams dally except Puuday
TTNMiHiH OK I'VIHIA liauntiei i
ft urn J7 Met averv Weih-iVilaV SveniiiK
. a...; t.11 I.. l..n..u u (. f'rur li'ork. All vlff
Itliix kuil.tB art. eoiillii ly mvHril to stteud
J. C. Marshall. C. C. ; ' tlx Povr. h. I. I.
rol MJ MEN'S I'llHISTloM (CIATIi)N
open fr..m 8 -.: a in lo :.v. v mj t'tt w "lily
r,ivl nn-at'iiK erry Huiulay alteniw at I
A O I'. W,.. IWeeln drvt arm im o ttoj
" evif.iliiK of ea h rtmirh l
In KiN-kiHik tlook Frank Wrmllyea, M, w.
V, I! tucrsole, Hworder
O V W . No. M-.Meet woiid snrl leiirth
lrl.luv . v..,.!..... Ill 111. tllllUl I a O. J "
hall tn ivoi awocii niiva, t j- -.b""
t , f, hroa n, Keanrdi-r,
M-tt at (he K.ol r hull In the I'snnele as
Critic block over Heinelt I uln, vi'iimu
...-..ilirra Svi!; it H-ry Hcrol !. Itcgenl ;
Thoi M all 1 1, k. hecreioiv.
I ..!! IJIIXiE. No. I4K.1 O. O. F. I"ll l-V-
ry Tue.day iik-ht at tlielr hall in Hiicers'.it
)!. AlMiild KeUiw are erdislry iiivlteil
"aileoit ahen vlmllnic In t!eeily. J t ory.
N. i H, W.BndKe. Secret nry.
FLACKS OF WORSHIP.
CATHOl.ir.-Ht. Psul'a hiirrn. . iieiaeen
rillll Slia mild. rainrr a oil" J,
Urrtktt; y-. i? "( in a. m. Huiiday
liool at 2 Jo, alltt UenedlctloD.
Chhitin. 'orner leut and Eluhth Ht.
hervlcea moniliiK and evenlnn. Klili-r J. k.
Ueed, ialor. huuday (W'ftoul 10 a. M.
EpicoraL.-Hl. Luke's t hureli. corner Third
and Vine, he? M B. Haiseaa. palor. Ker
vlcei : It A. M I 1 r a. Sunday rtchool
at i m V-
rifRMAN MrTHnliiar. a rtner Hlilh ft and
(.rami". h. lllrt. Fantor. hervtiea : II A. St.
sndljnr. m. Simdy school 10 .30 A .
rMiiKHVTrRiaK. -Serviced In ne church. em
tier Mth and llraiiite at. Kev.J T. Hand,
paalor. uudy-ci.id st;' ; Prraihiun
si II s. m. and ji m.
1 lit V. K. i. C. R ol tbia church meet evtiy
Haldiatta evciilnrat 1 :1 in the liawment ol
theeliucrh. All are invited lo attend lhee
FlKST MiraoiHST.-Slith fx., hetaeu Mam
an4 Pearl. h J. I M Burkner paalor.
Bervleea : It a. .. S 00 r. M. Biiiidaj t. li..l
t ana M. Prayer nieelii I Wdueoy even.
Ufkmas Pbssvtias Corner Main and
Ninth. Key Wllle, panp't. hervlcea utual
houn. Huuday hebuol i M a. .
Hwr.KlilaH ( oNMSkOATIoHAU iraulte, be
tweeu t If tb and bulb.
CoLOHRD BAIT!T.-Mt. (Hive, Oak, between
Teiilli and KlevelHtl. ltev. A. Koawrll. pa-
p.r. Iv-ivlm It a m. and 7 JO p. in- Prayer
merllnx wedneadsy evenirg.
Voi-Kit Mss's ChkivtiaS Amrx'lATiow
Kooinaln Va atermao block. Mam treet. tio-
nel iiieetliiu. Ini inrk onlv. ev rrv Sunday al-
leiiiimn at 4 o'clock. Boom open week dayt
flow ; a. in . to v : 9S p.m.
Hi.i th Haas Takkhnaixb -ltev. .1. M
WikhI, avor. Hervlcea: Sa::iay 8chK.l,
lus in.: Preaching. Us. in. aiid I p. m. i
prayer rne.UliK luenday n It-' hi ; rlioir prac
lee Priday uilit. A 11 are welcome.
Mature II ood ih4 Him.
In the odorous "office" of one of the
eant side "hotels, in the midst of an
interested group of co-lodgers, a fellow
was airing his grievances against na
ture recently. "Talk of red hair or
freckle or cross eye or bowlegs or
crooked scstis,' be said, " they, one or
all, may be inconvenient, they may be
naelnas, but they are blessings, yes, sir,
Meanings compared to my 'Adam's ap
ple.' An 'Adam's apple,' sir, it nature's
kick her slap in the face a catuel'i
back ou a small scale in man's throat.
brains, sir, talent, genius nothing will
atone for it It is a frost, and it never
thaws. 1 might have been anything 1
dtwired but for my hunch throat, but
who could be persuaded that a man with
an Adatn'i apple attached to him for Ufa
could he anything but a freak?" New
RvMsaea of lis taa's Variability.
We cannot rest with tha assumption
that, since tbe sun it evidently no Mira
and no Sirius, therefore It Is practically
su unchanging radiator which for an in
ucnniie penoa wm continue to cause
t'ua eartti tu bluuiu m aitf btScScCSt C
fulgence of it life inspiring rays. A tun
may affect tbe welfare of its planets
either through the gradual mutations
which it Uudergoe In th course of ItJ
evolution, or through th more rapid
and violent changes that characterize
the start that are ranked at variable.
We have teen that most of these latter
belong to tbe third snd fourth classes.
but there it reason to auspoct that tb
uujority of all the stars are variable to
a alight degree, and evident cf varia
bility in the case of the tun is furnished
by the phenomena of sun spots. O. P.
Berries in Popular Science Monthly.
Kataral Soda Walar raaatalaa.
In some parts of the Colorado desert
water boils np from springs, which are
urronnded by clrcnlar hillocks of car
bonate of time from four to eight feet
in height, the material of which hss
been deposited from the flowing fluid.
The Utter if so highly charger, with gss
thst it is very difficult to krtp ootks in
bottles filled with It It m-iiin queer to
find In such a desolate country real sod
water fountains snpplicd hy nature.
Sirups are not offered to order, unfortu
nately. The lime deposited on the rocky
shorvs was contributed by such springs
ss these, bubbling up frmii what was
then the bottom of the lake. Warring
In the towns and cities of Cbili all th
bopping of any consequence la don in
the evening. In Santiago the store are
open till midnight, and during the bot
afternoon, when everybody take a
siesta, they are locked np.
Petroleum snperseded vegetable oil
for lighting purpose lu India, and 1 be
ing gradually driven ont itwdf by th
elivlric lijfht, owing to tbe pecnliat fit
or of the latter for us in hot climates.
THE LEADIRG iOD OiilY OliE FRICE CLOLMER
I2T PL ATTSIOTJTS -
MONDAY, - SEPT
EVERYBODY IS INVITED
Every Lady and Gentlemen Shall Kecelve a Steer Sou
venir Than Ever Before.
Opera House Corner PlattsmobUh:
S17, 919, 221 snd 223 Main Bt.,
H. M. B0N3, Proprietor.
tbe Perkins hat bi thoroughly
enovated from top tc iwtta,u. attd i
low one of the heat hotr't in tha itstc
Boarders will be taker by the week at
U.M and up.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
M Cur for ParaNsle.
Fnink l orni lniH, of 1'iirtcll, Ind.
Ter., says: "I induced Mr. I'inson,
whose wife had parulynia in the luce
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain'
Tain Ilultn. To their (Teat snpriHe
belore the bottle had all been imed
she was a (jrejit deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one aide;
but the Tain lialiu relieved nil
pain and sorcicns. and the mouth
atiHimicd its natural Hhape." It its
also a certain t uie lor rht uniaiisnt
lame back, sprains ewrllinua and
lamenesn. So cent bottie for sale
by F. (. h'ricke A Co., DriiKj(,"ts
Mil' Mervnd Liver Pill.
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, atotusch snd lowes through
the uervea, A new discovery. I)r. Milct'
Tills speedily cure hilioijcness, bsa taaU,
torpid liver, pill's, contipation. Unc
queled for hien, women, cluldreo.
Kiiiallrst, n-.i!.lfst, m:et! 90 d-.s-s, 25c.
Ksmpls free at P. (i. Frirke & C'o't.
JDK'S Stock of I'nderwear, is
larger b nd better than belore and
pricea lens U'hii Ihm year.
Notice to Coal Coniumtn
I will furniHh the best of roal of
all grades to those who pay nu-.biit
tli one who wish to run long; winded
ai count I don't wmit. As I have to
pay (or what I gel I must insist on
tuy for what I well. All tlioee who
now theniHclvca indebted to me
will tileaae ony by the l.'tli of Sep.
j leuiber ai I miiHt have money to
pay lor winter t oiii,
Dealer in Anthracite and Hitiimi
imiiis roal and wood. (Hike uud
yard 401 South Third M. telephone
IS. riattMiiioiilh, iSclr. tf
Look out fcr JOE'S
Grand Fall Opening he
will announce, exact
date within a few .Jays.
1 ta li on hnninn and l:iraes and all
si ii i run Is cured in .Ai imuiiuh bv
Woolford'a Saiiilary Lotion. 1 h in
! never fail, Sold by K, t.i. hricke A
Co., drti'uiel, riiittemouth. wt(.
WILL HAVK HIS-
GRAND FALL OPENING
-AT 8 O'CLOCK-
FRED GO RDER.l
The only JitipIcrr.LUt dtulcr who
TIIK bent of harness, both double and eingle may be found at my 'ij
store Btid everythinif in Ihe harness line hIho bujficH and carriHifef
which are firnt-claia in every reapet
eaHiest riding vehicles on earth.
k t Ca I t i .
siivt nave a oirife 101 oi ( nutier. ,'ionne, Maul bik Merlinjr 1
Spring wagons, road carls, ami plow of all discription.
IN 0UU C03IPLETE STOCK OF
V. e irivc von 1hf foilowintz drrn cut in uricen:
Inlics Fine (ilaxed Dontfola $2.2.1 ehocs reduced lo
I jttliea )oiiK)la Kid Flexible ISOshoe reduced to
Indies Iteet I)oiijrola H.(H) ehoea rerltirexl to
Ladiea Hand Turned best Dogola ft.lX) shoe reduced to
FOE THIRTY DAYS ONLY
Yr lmvr t Kri'H many other sample Iota of odd size that we art
ollcnngat ' 1 1
mrnm mm . v
In order to reduce our Hw-)t to meet our obligation. .
We alo have a few lot bl Ladies Oxfords that we will sell at reduced
prices. Don't forget the place.
W. L. BOBOK tTb OO-
- 21st g
t, bein the lixhtest, strongest an ".
of Si hutler. Moline, Main Biid Sterlinir waironeV
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