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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 J), 1893.
Clrctilnliou, I'cr Week, 1150.
A. C. HosMFii. Ktlltor.
J.AitorTAiT, Ast lx)cM l.dltor.
J. S. WHITE.
L, H. FOItT.
For County Judgo
I). F. TRUNK EV.
W. 10. THOKNi:.
Whilo nt Lincoln rocontly tlio Echo
man took painn to investigate tlio
charges and insinuations that liavo br en
marie through tlio 111110 patters in rcgnrd
to tlio CroutiBo-Onrnoiiu-Mooro tmittor,
ml from whnt wo can loarn no hlamu in
any tnannor can bo laid to Uov.Crounse.
The facts aro that when Crouimo was in
nugornted intooKIco ho round Jnmos
Garnouu, Jr., uh coininisflioiior of the
world's fair from thiHiitato and that he
had oxponded n largo part of tho appro
priatlon. Gov. Crounso offerod tho po
Hition to Roverat republicans, hut when
Huch men afl ExGov. Furnnn antl .7. 1).
Dinsmore refused tho poHition claiming
they could do nothing creditable with
what was left of tho appropriation, Gov.
Crounso rightly concluded that no man
without any oxpurieuco in matters of
thin kind could mako a ruccorr of the
Nebraska exhibit. Ho concluded it
would best Hufllco all parties concornod
tolet Mr. Garncuu romain in tho posi
tion and it thuro wuh any failuro it
would fall upon the democratic governor
who appointed him. 1V0 aro not crit
icising Auditor Mooro for his action in
hanging up tho claims of tho couimis.
sionor for ninny of thorn scorn to bo
rather of Imgo pi oportion. Tho blamo
if any !h entirely rcpponRiblo to Garncuu,
and not to tlio governor who acted wise
ly. Tho pajicra of tho stnto have don
him a rank injustice by their criticism
without investigating tlio matter. Hep
ublican Vnlloy Echo.
Thk Ciiikk 1ms never thought for a
minute that the appointment of Gar
noau was to bo blamed onto Gov.
Crounac, but it lias thought right
along that Uarnrau wns incompetent
for the place, and has bcon; but as ho
was managing tho affairs of tho ex
hibit it was well enough to koep him
there as an eyesore; to tho democratic
party who put him there, as no man
of senso would asnutno tho responsible
position after his gross mismanage
ment of the Nebraska exhibit, Qov.
Grounso is all rij;ht but Garneau
should never hare bcon appointed tho
AN INTKHESTlNtt M.TTEK
On the Nebraska IiiNtltiition for
When a man goes furth in tho vigor
of his manhood and viows tho earth,
tho sky, and all things which surround
him nod feel's tho balmy influonco of
the refreshing breezes that bring to
him tho sweet odors of naturo and the
many and varied Bounds of music in
which sho abounds, his heart leaps
with joy in tho contemplation of tht
way that In will spend his life, He
liltlo thinks of tho many and seeming
indifferent things that are necessary
for his completo enjoymont. livery
ouo docs not enjoy all these things as
lie does this morning, because the)
aro in one way or another deprived of
oneor more powers of tlio bod;.
Somo people think thrt because they
aro lacking in somo one of these
faoultics that there is little or nothing
that thoy can do, and so they givo up
and do nothing. To boiuo of these
pooplo it has perhaps oocurcd, or been
suggested by some of their neighbors
that if they would tako a paper and
go around through their community
that .tlio pcnplo would mako up enough
to support them. This thoy say is
the right thing to' do. What does
the biblo say if a nun will not work ?
Neither shall ho cat. Hut they con
tont tlicmsolves by saying, 1 am dis
abled, I can not work. It has bcon
said, whoro t.icro is a w 11 there is a
way, You say here is a man who went
into tho army and lest his hands and
logs, how can ho woik? I ask is there
no way that this man cin earn his
living? It is supposed that in this
caso that thcro is no pension for the
diseased soldier; supposo that ho has
never bcon to school, how old docs ho
havoto becoino so that ho can no lon
ger hope by diligent and well diroctcd
efforts to obtain an education as good
ns anyone who has Fpsnthis minority
or earlier years in (ho colleges of our
land, Abraham Lincoln had no ed
ucation till ho grew to bo a man, and
then got it by littlo bits u ho worked
for hit) support at rail splitting. Yet
ho bcoamo tho presidciu'of ihn Unitod
States, and thero is no ono this side
of George Washington whom tho poo
plo more highly esteem than Loncoln.
(,T0 UE CONTHSl'KD.
ni.irr i convention in
Anil Proceed to I'm 11 Winner
In flie Field.
On last Wednesday, the republicans
of Wcbstor county, met in convention,
in this citv, for tho purposo of nominat
ing candidates for tho various county
offices to bo filled this fall.
At eleven o'clock in tho forenoon, tho
convention was called to ordorby Henry
Gllhnm, chairman of tlio County Cen
On motion Geo. W. llummol whb
niado temporary chairman and A, C,
On motion tho following named
gentlemen were mado a commlttco on
credential and resolutions; C, W.
Kaloy, J. K. Hoover, 1. 13. StnnBcr, J. W.
Ilobinson, John McCnllum.
Tho following committee was appoint
ed on permanent organization; W. II.
Koby, J. U. Willeox, Joseph Garbcr, A.
G. Willis, J. W. Norrlfl.
Tlio convention hero adjourned until
ono o'clock, when tho committco on
credentials reported tho following dele
gates ns entitled to Beats in tho conven
tion: Glcnwood. Isaac Fish, W E Thorns,
F-W -McLaughlin, It TibbittB, John Mc
Cnllum, J W Hiilluy, W U AnderBon.
Elm Creek.-E II Foe, E Hcltler, J T
Mills, Thornton Foe, II C Errltt.
Catherton. Win Mnthiney, I) T
Hanks, Otto Skjelvcr, G E Hringlesou.
Guide Hock. A J HayeR, J II Crnry,
J Matzener, P M Tcachworlh, E Wood
ward, J G Parsons, F O Hill, 0 H liaar,
John Hill, II H Moranvillo, J W Kobin
Hon, M W Gnrbor, John ArrnntR.
Untin. Itobt. McCallum, It Znjicok,
Jas. AndcrRon.S Lindquiat.
Oak Orcok.-A ltiloy, C Oglcsby, Win
Stlllwnter.-J It Crozior, M H Kcovcs
J W Smith, John Swift.
Ploaflant Hill.-I)r. A W Hoyt, John
Waller, C C Cox, Ilobt Anderson, Sam
Miller, II J Sholdou.
Henver Crcok. J Vance, Win. Kyker,
O M Warner, CIiiih. Molloy, T M Lee, S
Croxton, T E Smith,
Garlleld.-.T II Starrer, II C Wolf, F
Ailcs, John I. Springer.
Liuo.-G W Hummel, P McNitt, R
Turner, L. Hummel, Jos. Saladen.
Harmony. J M Snow, John May, A
Waulllo, A C Smith, A V Riggins, W A
HluIIill.-J S Iloovor, A M Walters,
I O Martin, J W NorriB, J N KiiiRcy, C
L Robinson, F Hnrrocks, W J Whitten,
John W C Tiermun.
Walnut Crcek.-N L I) Smith, D
Dingey, Jonoph ChalUn, Job, Noble.
Rod Cloud Township. 8. LindBoy,
C Reed, II Mauror, A Hedge, J Overman
Ed Shorror, T C Hacker, A AkcrH, Jos.
G arbor, F Studebnkor, II Gilliam.
Red Cloud lut wurtL-R McNitt, S W
Foe, W U Roby, A O Horg, A G Willis,
G McFarland, L II Ucok, 0 SchalTnit, R
I) Hedroid, S F SpokoHlleld, Win Wiser.
Red Cloud 2d word.-C W Kaloy, J A
Ttille.VR, S E Cozad, G R Chnnoy, A II
Gray, W W Wright, A C Ilosmer, M S
Murali, L P Albright, U II Pottor, 8
West, H D ltanney. J R Willeox, R T
Inavalo.-O Hunter, (5 W Knight, S E
Wollcott, R I) Davln, A T Walker.
Tho commlttco on resolutions roported
tho following resolutions:
Wukkeau: Wo havo liml from tho
democratic party a campaign of educa
tion followed by an object lessou on 11
uauce. Wo luuo learned fiom them
how to paralyze (he industries of the na
tion, how to produco want and destitu
tion in tho midst of plenty, how to do
privo tho workman of work and tho
tradesman of trade and how to icduco
tho Kurplua in tho treasury and tho
cieditotthe nation nt tho fnatcnt pos
sible gate; theietoro:
Rr.bOi.VKi, That having lenrned how
tlioro result.! huvo been produced; wo.ul
so know how to avoid them, and that wo
stand shoulder to shoulder in tho effort
to reBtoru tho country to that condition
of prosperity, which existed beforo tho
c innge, and which by nil natural causes
u ought to bo now enjoying,
Wiieiieas, Silver has been n legalized
money by ulmost nil nations, ami Sil
ver mining bus become a largo industry
in tho United Stntei,
ficsolml: That wo aro in favor of tho
continued ami increased ueo of silver ns
a measure of value, that wo favor free
coinage of the American silver product
under such legulatioiiB nswlll produco a
polity between tho silver and gold coin
ago of tho Nation.
A motion prevailed that tho delegates
present cust tho votes for absentees.
Tho committee on permanent organi
zation reported the following ofllcerfl of
Chairinan A. M, Wnltors.
Sccietary A. C, Ilosmer.
Assistants J, W. Robinson, C. I).
At this junoturo the call was read and
tho convention proceeded to tho nomi
nation or candidates, tho first ballots
Nominations being in ordor the follow
Ing names wore presented for treasurer:
J. S. White, Uluo Hill; T. G. Wilder,
Cowles; Oliver McCall, Line township;
A. II. Krcigsmaii, llluo Hill; L. !'. Al
bright and P. A. Uenehy, Red Cloud.
Tho voto for troasorcr was quite
spirited, the informal ballot showing
the rclativo Btrongth of each enndidato
J. 8. White 48
Oliver McCull 12
P.A. Ueachy .'
L. P. Albright 7
A, II. KroigBinnn 18
T. G. Wilder 22
On tho third ballot Mr. J. S. Whito
was nominatod by a vote of 7.1.
Mr. Whito wiib called fer nnd made n
very tasty as well as patriotic speech,
declaring his faith to be in a suro elec
tion. Ho was loudly applauded.
Tho regular order of tho convention
boing the selection of county clerk, the
following well-known names wcro pre
sented; Harry E. Pond, Henry Gllhnm,
and L. II. Fort.
Tho first ballot resulted ns follows:
II. E. Pond 18
Henry Gilliam 21
L. H. Fort Ki
On tho second ballot tho voto stood
L. II. Fort, 70; II. E. Pond, 38; Henry
Mr. Fort was declared tho nominoe.
For Sheriff tho following gonllenion's
nnmcH wcropresonted; JoBOph Warren,
John Runchoy, M. II. Reeves, II. A.
Shinkle, M. W. Gnrbor, nnd Win. Arn
old. Tho first ballot resulted as fellows:
Joseph Wnrron , 17
John Runchoy 3 )
M. 11. Reovcs Ill
II. A. Shinklo 12
Dick Garbor 39
Wm. Arnold 1
Tlio third ballot resulted in Mr. Run
choy being nominated by a voto of (!." to
For County Judgo, Samuol West and
D. F.Trunkey were the contestants, and
Mr. Trunkoy was victorious.
When tho ordor of business enmo to
tho selection of Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction, the nnmo of D. M. Hun-
tor, brought forth immonBo uppluiiReand
ho was quickly nominated by ncclntnu
tion. Mr. Hunter mnrio a very appro
priate speech which waB well rocoivod.
1. 11. Stanhor wnB nominnted for cor
oner and W. E. Thorns for surveyor.
The convention then selected sloven
delegates to tho state convention ns
G. W. Knight. John McCallum.
G.R. Chancy. C.W. Kaloy.
A. Hedgo J. S. Hoover.
A. W. Hoyt R. McNitt.
G. W. Pummel. I. II. Crnry.
T. E. Smith.
Tho convention Bolocted S. E. Cozad
as chairman of tho County Central Com
mittee nnd R, McNitt, secretary, and tho
various delegations solectcd tho town
ship committeemen an follows:
Guido Rock J W RobiiiBon.
Roarer Creole C Molloy.
Harmony J M Snow.
Garlleld Henry Wolf.
Pleaiant Hill-Henry Sheldon.
Elm Creek-F M Reach.
Pottsdam C D Robinson.
Lino -G W Hummel.
Rod Cloud -Porter Hedgo.
Rod Cloud 1st ward W U Roby.
Red Cloud 2d ward A C Ilosmer,
llatin James Andorson.
Glenwood C. E. Hicks.
Walnut Croek Joseph Noblo.
Inavalo-G W Knight.
Catherton -W J Muthony.
Oak Creek -COglcsby.
Stillwater J R Crozier.
Tho appointmont of tho central com
mitteeo completed tho business of tho
convention and it then adjournod.
In every convention koiiio condidnto
'bus to get loft" but whilo this fact re
mains, there scorns to bo genoral har
mony and tho ticket woll liked by every
ono. Every candidate beforo the con
vention was qualified to fill the office ho
was up for, and it was only to bo de
plored that tho convention could not
nominate nil. However tho present
ticket iH 0110 that io oxcellont in every
rcHpoct and will bo clocted by a big ma
jority. The Cim.r feels a pardonable
pride in tho ticket, and that tho repub
lican party is ublo to go into the bnttlo
with victory perched upsn Its bannors.
Give the Hoys
A chnnco to bo strong nnd healthy, fsed
them with good plain food and koep
their blood in good order with Hitller's
Sarsnparilln and it unlock and who
knows but they will bo President or
Aldorman. For sale by Doyo & Grico.
Whoat 9 3015
Corn 24 2.r
Onto 20 25
loO,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, iJO
l' lax ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,.,,,, 7(1
Hogs 5 -10125 (io
Fat cows 1 G0&2 00
Chickens dnz. 175
Turkeys lb. 0
Tho great olophnnt, got a soro foot they
used Haller'B Harb Wire Liniuiont, and
cured it up in four dajB. For sale by
Lenrs yoorordsrs with Doyo AG rice's
f you wnnt jour truuks and valisos
hauled ts ths depot. Len Aultz.
C. h. Cotting, tho druggist says he Iisb
not 5000 rolln of wall paper on baud for
he lun bcon Helling loin of it thin year.
Hontilllunn lino Heloctiou, nnd some
new patterns just opened.
Tired, Weak, Nervout
Ifra Mary O. Crv&crman
" I had ruoumatlsm so sovcrcly that I was
obllecd to uso a cano. I wr tired ot llfo and
was n burden to thoso about mc. I ot.cn suf
fered from dlzilucjs, worried much, and was
subject to nervous spell?. Hood's ttarsaparilla
mado mo fcol like a different pernsa.. I ovo
my present good licatth to Hood's Sariapa.
rilla." Mns. Marv 0. Ckydeiiman, La l'on
taluo, Kanian. UosurotogctHood'ts.
Hood's Pills euro all Liver 111), Bilious
ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache.
THE KAISER IN FIELD TRIM
Cornmny'n Kmprror Kkllirulljr Combines
I'olltliM with Wiir.
For the officers nnd nion 111 genoral
tho iiututnn field maneuvers nlTord lit
tlo iiinuscment. Thoy havo to bo up
long before tho sun, their work all day
Is of tho hardest kind, they aro quar
tered In stables and peasants' houses
ulmost ns comfortless us tho bare
ground, und if they had any hours of
lelsuro they aro not where thoy could
possibly enjoy any social relaxation;
but in fact tho caro of their men must
nccesburlly occupy nil of tholr time, to
say nothing of preparations for tho
It Is n little bettor for those who aro
Immediately In the sulto of the em
peror, cither ns guests or ns officers
commanded to headquarters, as, for
instance, tho Inspectors of different de
partments, tho umpires, nnd high offi
cers of other army corps. These havo
no groat responsibilities after the day's
fitrlltillL" closcq. mill lit. nm-n rutiivn in
tho headquarters In somo town, whero
nicy aro properly lodged and fed. Tlio
CIllDCror USUilllv rylvf 11 fllntu-r nwrir
evening to the principal officers and
uiucinii in uie neiguuoriioou, as well as
to tho prlnclpul citizens residing near
by. Ho seizes tho opportunity of tho
grand maneuvers to make the acquaint
unco personally of the principal peoplo
lu tho different sections of hit country,
und combines politics with war In an
efficient way. The social fuaturcs of
tho grand maneuvers do very much
to bring notablo people of different
parta of tho country together, and
thus little by little to efface tho jeal
ousies which nuturully exist among
citizens of tho different states who
have only beon united sinco the Franco
German war. Tho year 1893 was tho
first In tho feign of tho present em
peror that had no imperial or grand
maneuvers, for the obvious reason that
cholera was present in many fierman
towns, nnd particularly in Franco close
to tho Oermuu border. They will
probably, however, take plnco this
year 18l3 as usual, and In the neigh
borhood of whero they should havo
been last year, namely, about Metz.
It Is much to bo hoped that they will
bo carried out so ns to bring tho people
of tlils province Into contact with tho
emperor and his surrouudings. Tho
result cannot fail to at least modify
thoso feelings of antipathy which peo
ple of tho lately French provinces are
still said to entertain for their German
conqueror. The French prcssWrslsts
In nurturliiff tho idea that Germans nro
more or less coarso nnd cruel masters,
and that Alsaco and Lorraine cannot
long remain separated from tho lund of
Napoleon. Nothing will do more to
niter any such feeling than to como
Into personal rclutlons with tho chlof
of tho German nation, und to see tho
mnnncr in which ho handles troops,
lie commands wiUi a skill that does
not encourage the idea of Alsace and
Lorralno chungln)r hands during his
lifetime at least. Ponltncy Ligclow,
in Harper's Magazine.
A MENTAL PHENOMENON.
Tlio llraln of n Miiu Who Could Play
Twelve (iuutel at Chess blinultaoeoui
Tho most wouderful deformity In ths
human brnin thnt has over been noted
by the scientists nnd made a matter of
record was that of tho phenomenal
chess player, Klohnrd Rockwoodo.
Itnolcwoode could play twtlvtj games of
chess simultaneously, but no morw, not
even being nblo to begin art tho thlr
tounth. After death his brain was
oarefully examined by skllloa anatom
ists, who fonud, In the region known
to phrenologists as 'nocallty, that ho
moieoules of that portion ot flits brdn
had actnally afrontfod thomstjlvrp into
a combination of fiqtidrfcs resembling a
chessboard, irrrd that bneh of tlreso
squares had certain marks upon It,
supposed to represent tho final posi
tions of the pieces in tho last Iwulvo
games played by the great export while
he was blindfolded. Tho doctors who
muko this wonderful report docluro
that It is trim in every particular, but
that the arrangements of tho atoms of
tho brain Into the chessboard squares
referred to could only bo distinguished
by microscopes of the highest power.
More than forty years ago, when Sir
William Uoan Hajcluu- mndo an exami
nation of tho brain of Forbes, tho ship
builder, and reported tbut tho mole
cules of tho brain had arranged them
selves (tho "gray mutter" separating
from tho other constituents of tho
brain nnd "lining up") Into a rude form
a vessel hull, ho wns only laughed nt.
Tho llockwoodo Investigation proves
that ItaUkor know whnt ho wus tulk
ing ubout. St. Louis ltcpubllc.
Don't forgot it, thnt Moihnrt wants
nil of tho old rnps ho oan buy, from
this on. Don't forgot it and ooll tht in
Tliclr Nciiao of Mo rut Itenponslblllty
Justleo Is the triumph of right In
every relation between fellow beings,
und 11 natural consequence of a rational
mode of llfo In till circumstances nnd
nt all times, l'crhups this definition
may not bo unacceptable to my rend
ers. Hut why should wo not apply
such a high priuclplo to the animal
races as well ns to ourselves? Keen
observers hnvo long since proved to us
that animals possess in n high degroo
tho spirit of sacrifice. It seems to 1110
that this fact can bo due only to a high
sense of moral responsibility. And It
can hnrdly be explained except by a
tense of right nnd wrong.
Few peoplo arc prepared to deny tho
Spcncerian and Darwinian dogma of
evolution In Its entirety. Hut If wo
glvo over so littlo weight to thoso
teachings, then wo must admit that
our moral characteristics, as well us
our physical development, oan bo
traced In their beginnings to tho lower
orders. Thcro Is tio physiological, no
psychological or mojil phenomenon
that we cannot find in analogous forms
In tlio llfo of tho animals, und tho re
pugnance with which somo people look
upon cvory attempt to draw n parnllel
botweon the lordly human ruco and Its
humbler subjects scorns to mo very
foolish and unjust. Morality, love, dis
interestedness arc such marked charac
teristics among some divisions of tho
animal creation that wo could very
well learn from them. This is not only
tho caso among the mnnimnls, but even
among the insects, and those who hnvo
eyes to see and cars to hear may find
that our vaunted superiority in this re
spect Is not so great as wo aro Inclined
to bcllcvo it.
Urchin's groat work, "Das Thlerlc
ben," Is nn inexhaustible mine of data
upon this subject. Darwin and Lspinns
have also treated tho bubject very
Hunters know how difficult It is to
approach animals which live In herds
nnd communities. The duty of watch
ing ovor the safety of all is generally
pcrformod by a fow only, but with such
an unselfishness and so conscientiously
that men can hardly equal it. And yet
tho animal watchers do not seem to
stand under compulsion!
Pelicans fish in common, and allow
each other to satisfy their hunger,
driving the fish townrds each other by
turns. The buffulocs of America, on
tho approach of danger, take tho weak
and young into tho iniddlo of tho herd,
nnd tho bulls will often dufend a herd
when thoy could easily havo saved
themselves by (light. Iirchm relates
tho caso of a young monkey who de
fended nn old and decrepit one against
a number of dogs, at tho risk of his ow n
life. Cupt- Stansbury noticed u pell
can In tho lalto of Utha which was
quite blind and old, yet apparently
very fat. Ho watched the bird and
found that it was fed by others younger
than Itself. Prof. Agassiz lias
pointed out the conscientiousness in
dogs; and indeed their faithfulness to
ward their masters is not buillclenlly
regarded. If wo aro told that this Is
the result of training, mny wo not also
point out that a similar exhibition of
scrupulous behavior In men is the result
of education only?
Sir John Lubbock has watched tho
life of the ants. Ho says that ho never
saw an nut permit one of Its own spe
cies to meet with a mishap without as
sisting it, and that wounded nnts aro
carefully taken home to the anthill.
When the fighting nnts attack a com
mon enemy It is only reasonable to
supposo that a sonso of duty loads them
to forget danger. It Is very probable
that the sense of responsibility is inoro
developed in animals that live In largo
communities than in those which live
In pairs or singly. It Is difficult for us
to determine tho conception of right
nnd wrong among the animals because
wo have as yet no means of communi
cating with them. Wo arc satisfied If
wo can secure their obudienco by sight;
tlio master seldom learns tlio lunguage
of the slave.
Hut tho fact that wc aro unable to
arrivo nt a Jnst comprehension of tho
moral state of tho animal world does
not prove that tho animals are entirely
lacking in what we aro pleased to call
intelluotual qualities. Perhaps sonro
of our great economical problems defy
a satisfactory solution becauso wc fancy
oursolvcs so high nbovo tho rust of tho
creatures. Perhaps wo nro unable to
comprehend tho harmony of tho uni
verse because we coolly rely upon our
own conclusions, and refuse lostndy it
in all its branches. La Dspana Modcr
na. THE DAINTY COTTON GOWN.
It I'oMoiaci the Cardinal Virtue of Top
nlarny nnd Oooil Tni-bi.
We may nttlru oirrselvrsin the dainty
freshness of Cotton gowns those mid
snmmer dnyB, with tho comfortable
thought that they possess tho cardinal
virtues of popularity und good form.
Thcro aro cobwobby Ilssos, shot, and
ombro chainbrcys, India mnlls rtnd
batistes, quaintly sprigged musllnannd
organdies, many of them as beautiful
tn color effect as tho pompatlottrufl
Btatoliness of tlfo Mtrrlu AntoJflctto
We may make these up In tho slmplo
old fashions without other decoration
than their own frills or hems, and re
jolco In being ns nearly original us Is
possible in this day of Imitation. Tlio
woman with tho small waist nfieots tho
protty conceit of tho old-fashioned belt
ribbon In del blun clnspvd with tho
blucklo hor grandmother woro, and
reaching rcii truly tiro clghrwn-lneh
limit In circumference. She will, If sho
bus a fair throat, inako tho yoke of tlio
gown open needle-work, the scallops of
tho pattern finishing tho V-shnped
opening of tho neck, tho miffed sleeves
reaching only to tho elbow, and un
lined. Halfway upthoskirt Isunother
band of needlework showing n bit of
bluo through Its meshes, and for tho
rest the gloves, tho shoos, the hut and
tho "sunshade will nil bo of white.
Sho "Havo you heard of Rov.
Mr. ITongwind'H recent surinnn?'' He
"I heard part of ono which began last
Buntlny. Is it over yctV'Hrooklytl
Mnplo Sugar Cream Pic Grata a
cupful of maple sugar; mix with It two
eggs, a plnoh of salt nnd ns much sweet
cream us tho pic plato will hold. Heat
nil together and bake with one crust.
Egg Plants. Parboil the plant
half an hour, skim and cut In thin
slices, sprinkle each slice with salt, lay
in a dish und plnco plato on trip. Let
them stand nu hour. Sprluklo
slices with flour, or dip them In
and cracker crumbs, and fry In
butter. Hoston Iltidget.
A hi Mattro de Hotel. Stir togeth
er In a saucepan over tho fire equal por
tions of butter and Hour, pour in a lit
tle milk, ndil cold boiled potato evenly
sliced, let It simmer till well heated,
season with salt, pepper, lemon julco
und minced parsley, und the product
will bo the famous potato ti la maltro
do hotel. Hoston Ulobo.
1'oaoh Snow. Stir together a tea
cupful of sweet cream and n half lea
cupful of sugar tilt the sugar Is dis
solved, then add tho woll beaten whites
of two eggs. Plafo 11 quart of sliced
peaches in n clear glass dish, sprinkle
with half a tcacupful of btigar, pour
over thu cream mtxturo and servo Im
mediately. This dish is improved if
the materials nro kept ice cold, and
will keep on Ico several hours after be
ing prepared. Ohio Farmer.
llrolllng. This Is ono of tho most
wholesome methods of cooking meats.
A bright (lro not too hot a smooth
hot grid iron nud careful attention nro
somo of thu points necessary to success
In broiling. Tough meats may bo
pounded or cut across In .squares with
a sharp knife; und ulso Improved by
soaking in vinegar and butter for an
hour or so beforo broiling. Very lean
meats should bo dipped in melted but
ter, but should not bo salted until done.
Have ready 11 hot dish, upon It pepper,
salt and bits of butter. Serve as soon
as cooked. Farm, Field and Fireside.
Corn Ilrcud with Water. This re
cipe Is for yollow corn meal tho fine
grained klud, called granulated. Melt
half a colTeo-cupful of drippings or lord
and butter mixed. When cool, stir into
it one-third of a cupful of sugar, one
unbeaten egg, and a littlo salt. Have
ready two cupfuls of Ice water; uddtho
water a littlo ot a time, alternating
with Hour und corn meal In about equal
quantities, till a soft batter Is formed.
Have the tins ready, add three tea
spoonfuls of baking powder, beat hard,
und bake Immediately In a hot oven for
about half an hour. This way of u'ing
baking powder Is of course, contrary
to all tho rules which usually govern
that rising young article, but tho re
sult justifies it Good Housekeeping.
Egg Lunch Dish. An acceptable
dish of eggs Is made as follows: Holl
as many eggs us may bo required for
this dish while getting tho breakfast,
and set them nsldo to cool. When
wanted shell tlieui nnd cut in slices.
Hub together two tablespoon fuls Hour
and butter tho size of nn v, plnco tn
a sauce pan and heat until smooth then
ndd by degrees two teacupfuls milk
und stir until the wholo is thickened;
and well cooked. Haifa teaspoonful J
of beef extract and a littlo cream may
ulso be added if ono has them, nnd salt
und pepper to taste. Pour this ovor '
the sliced eggs, nud you will havo nn
excellent dish. This riiuco is ulso nlco
to pour over small new potatoes, or
over larger ones which aro cut Into
quartors after boiling. Orange Jndd
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
M0U101U of rrusmlnic lnm Looks Dor
liiK lint llituleil Term. i
iiit- ui-ccsMiy 01 nnving complexions
is laid on ull women. To men nature
only gave the care of shins. The bur-
lion flf 11 ivmnnti tu lii...,!... in Imt ...n..1-
-" ,-. .. .. , a a , ..v... ,1.4 111 IlUk .tltll..- i
er slnco they havo taken to exposing I
themselves so hardily to sun nud wind. V
Hut tho occasions for being beautiful
nro more frequent and more Impera
tive. This is why making up has com
mended Itself us a short cut to the.
necessary end. Thcro is 11 lively ox-J
change of comments nnd cosmetics now
methods of preserving thuir good looks I
In summer. Face baths of berry jiilco)
tire ruconiinonuiMi. .-.our milk mid sweot
milk nro advised. Kldor flower wntvr
Is urged. Umwn julco uddeil to tho
lolly fuuo bath whitens the facu and
hands. Thu prejudice iignlnstordlnnry
Kiap and water seems fixed. Ho sensi
ble 11 woman us Mrs. Ouorgu Augustus
Sala unfortunately regards these ns
minims to tho complexion. Tho mo-.t
novel preservative is that oiTored by 11
French Woman. This Is n lump of
bread dipped in ono of thesu face
tonics nnd squeezed out. With
this tho foco Is to Iru curried, as It
were, two ot three times dally. When
a French woman comes in fatigued and
dusty she throws horsclf down on a
loungu nnd In this simple manner gives
her face n rub down with a moist crust
that acts both as a bath und faco mas
sage. The tame treatment Is for wrinkles,
which, though they may bo tho beds
thnt thp gods have dug for our tertrs, ab
Rmilo Angler has prettily said, ns other
lwds women feel flioy should bo well
made up. Vi rlnltlcs, says an authority,
como from fhrco sources deep thought,
irriuiiiiiiiy or iroin laugiitng too much.
Tho cruise, however, Is unimportant
compared with tho runult. To dispose
of wrinkles thcro aro women who,
va hen ulone, keep their foreheads bound
with tight muslin bands. These, they
nrge, liven thcui from r.tlslng tho eyo
rows, ctrlm thetr nvrtos nnd cottoc
gmjntly kuup bho fitve placid, li tho
wrb.l-.Ws hnvo token rout bvforo thoy
R 'nrm.nl this simple prevention they wot
hen rngs In WHter, which hnHilnfnlno,
ammonia or soinn sllmuhiut, and over
these oil nllt lu Jruep them dump. It
this Is dono nt least twice a day nnd
throtiffh the night tho most olrstlnnte
wrinkles will pass away, and tho faco
will retain a NlrvnnuOIko expression
which may bo warranted to last for
years. N, v. Hun.
Mamma (who is going totuko Mnudie
for a walk) Your hands uro dirty, my
, Mhtidlc-Shall I wash them or put 00
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