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THE CHEERLESS HOME.
The Club HIh Only ItrfiiRn After the I.ori
of HU Old KllptHTH.
lie hud taken olT IiIh liootH uud wns
down on Ills hands iiml Uncos In tho
loom MNirehlng for something, when
lila wife notict'd him.
"What. -ire you looking for, William?"
"My Hllppcrs," he replied.
"Oh, I gao those old things uwuy to
day," sin; said.
"You guvo them uwuy!" he repeated,
and then he milled, holemnly: "Mrn.
M Ifller, are you trying to drl e me away
"Of course not. I "
"What Is home without slippers?"
he interrupted. "What, is an eenlng
nt home with heavy boots on your
feet? Mrs. Milllcr. what do you think
"Why, you eun gettmother pair," she
"Of course I can," he cNelalmed. "I
etui get u new imlr of stlll'-soled Hlip-
' jK'rs, uud sieiul :io davs breaking them
"The. othets weiv torn, and "
I "Tlmt.'K why I liked them! They
I were eomfortuble. When I got them on,
I things seemed homelike. I wim settled
for tho eenlug, and u four-horse team
could not get nieoiitugaln. Hut now
now I am ready for the. club or thenter
, or any old pluee. Slippi'rs, Mrs. Mlf
l fler, help me to make, the dilTcreneo
, between the homo and the oillee, uiflfl
1 old slippers make the difl'erence great-
"I can't see why "
"Of course you can't No woman
ever can, but 1 tell you, if I were run
ning things I'd make every woman
take a course in slippers. That's what
In needed more than suffrage or any
thing else in that line. Just slippers,
nothing but slippers."
Ho got up. Htuiniied around the room
in his stockinged feet for a minute or
two, and then put on his boota again.
"This isn't home," he said, bitterly.
"It isn't a bit like it I'm going to tho
club." Albany Argus.
A l'liliirtlu Appeal.
Tho poor luily was very ill and lying
quit exhausted, while doctor and nurse
wero occupied in tin adjoining loom.
Old black Nancy hud watched her
e.Jianeo mid, striding quietly In, parted
the bed curtninsuud whispered: "Miss
Lim, I dun fetch yer up sutlln' Iknow'll
temp' yer appetite. There, honey; des
open yer iiiouf un I'll food yer." And
Alio fed her! Chuckling softly, as sho
slipped between unresisting lips, the
crisp slices of cucumber and vinegar
und bits of well buttered corn pone,
she murmured: "I knowed T shouldn't
git another chance. The stuck-up nuss
'11 jes' giv her slops now, and Miss Liza
alius did like sullln' tiwty." As the cold,
gray light of morning stole tJirough tho
windows some eight or ten hours luter,
and doctor and nurse despaired of sav
ing their jmtient, who lapsed from ono
convulsion into another, again the sa
ble face appeared, this time, not gleeful
but tetur-stalned. As she forced her wav
to tho bed wringing her hands and
gasping, and hung over her beloved
mistress: "Oh, Miss I.lzn, honey," she
raid, "dlo game! die game! Ncbber
split on ol' Nnucy!" Judge.
Miss Porklnghuin (seeing piny of
Itomeo and Juliet In New York theutcr)
You New Yorkers can talk as you
please, but you show no appreciation
of real literary merit like we do in
Miss (lOthnm In whnt way?
Wins Porktnghum Why, you have
encored tho actors and uctrcssoB, but
never onco lias there been a call for the
--Get together a hundred or two men,
hooor seiiMhl" they may be, and you
an? very likely to have a mob. John
K'n. The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to alt others.
LONG HAIR FOR MUSICIANS.
It Value l'mctleally lllnMrateil Through.
"Is long hair an unfailing mark of
genius?" The answer Is: 'i, notnec
essarlly, but. It is certainly a mark of
policy. It does not require nny pro
found wisdom on fie part of a public
performer t" know that It Is better to
l.e talked about for his ugliiuss or his
eccentricity than not to liuxe his per-t-onnllty
discussed ut all, and if a man
be. so unfortunate us to possess a nor
mal face and figure, with the luoragc
liuinber of features and limbs, In what
quarter must he look for individuality
sum- in his hair?
M. Aline l.aehaiiine, the young
Fieneh pianist who is thlsyeartouring
with Itivarde, and who did the same
last year with Ysaye, tells how he hap
pened til's hc'Ii.mhi loblouill oil! usoneof
the long-huired brethren. When he
lirst came In this country .M. I.achuuiui)
wore his hair In exery-iluy fashion, und
also cultivated a rather t'iitii'.ive beard.
People heard him play, cNclaimcd:
"How unassuming!" went away, and
forgot him. Since his conversion, how
ever, the same persons cry: "Ilow hid
eous! but the. man Is evidently a gen
ius. lJmo!" and they depart und this
tune do not forget.
It was Ysuye who broi'ght this
change iiImhiL. Last year, in the course
of their travels, the two nrtitts found
themselves in a town somewhere in the
west. They were sitting in a room to
gether, when Ysaye exeluiaicd: "It's
no use, I.iichuunie, I can't stand that
beard of yours any longer; It Is too
ugly, and It must eonieofl'!"
"Hut, my dear man," answered the
alarmed pianist, "I have taken such
pains to grow that beard; it litis cost me
years of labor and anxiety; besides, you
know one must have something dis
tinct! ve about one."
"Yes, of course, I know that, but all
you've got to do Is to let. your back hair
grow like mine. And there n no time
like the present, either, so you just sit
down In thatcludr there and we'll make
short work of the business."
No sooner suld than done. In a few
ftcconds I.nchuume was sitting trem
bling In the chair, while the great
Ysaye wielded tlm razor ubout his de
"In future, my dear boy, use a razor,
but never scissors, and you nre sure to
become fatuous." London Tiuth.
Little Shop Whom Uniform Are Made
(Jorgcou with (inlil.
One sees from the sidewalk of n quiet
Rtreet cast of Third avenue a l.Ig base
ment shop where two or three girls are
bending over well-worn embroidery
franieii. The samples of their work
displayed in this windows show that
they are limiting bullion embroidery
to decorate the eo.its or cup" of mili
tary ollleers, policemen, and otheis
whoe trades or professions require
un'fonns. There is less to be done in
the bullion embroidery trade, in this
city than In most old world cities, but
there is a constant uud gni.ving de
mand for the handiwork of tit" bullion
"inbroiderers, ami the trade Is one that
keeps Its own in spilo of hibor-sawng
Ituliion embroidery worked directly
upon tin; stulT of the cap or coat is still
the proper thing for the uniformed
man who would have all his accoutre
ments right. The. embroidery sIioph
are usually little places, und the pro
prietor is sometimes a woman. Tho
frame Is a simple! device of hard wood,
enlarged or reduced in accordance,
with the needs of tho particular piece
of work In hand. The embroiderers
tire usually girls, often very young,
though the designers are sometimes
men. Embroidery designing Is not a
very difllcult business, because little
orlgiuality Is demanded, since the trade
hus well-established traditions, und
there are plenty of books to guide th
designer. There are no new designs
to be made in masonic, military or
iiuviil emblems, and even the myriad
.diootiug clubs of tho (ionium quarter
re not likely to require any tiling that
will demand great Ingenuity of the em
The girls thnt do the actual work of
bullion embroidery aisj often native
Americans, though the trade Is mainly
controlled by foreigners, French and
(icrinun for tho most part. The par
ticular shop hero Indicated Is managed
oy a Hebrew, und the pretty girls vis
ible from tho street ns they lean over
their work seem to have Jewish fea
tures. N. Y. Sun.
AND THE "ORB.'
llruTo (llrl Kuffereu Silently at
At the coronation the ceremonlen
lasted more than four hours, and
throughout the queen played her part
with wonderful composure. Core, says
a writer, had been taken to provldo n
crown suitable for her small hood, but
no one hud thought about reducing the
size of tho orb which sho was required
to carry in her tiny hand.
"What am I to do with It?" she asked,
"Carry it, your majesty," ropllcd
Lord John Thynne.
"Am I ? It is very heavy," the queen
answered in n tono of amazement.
However, It was too late for protest,
and sho obeyed tho exigencies of tho
A worse mistake hud been mode
with regard to tho ruby coronation
ring. Tho jeweler had made It to fit
her majesty's little finger, whereas tho
archbishop declared that according to
the rubric it must bo put upon tho
larger finger, and accordingly forced
it into that position. The queen bore
her painfully swelling finger with the
name heroism that she carried the
weighty orb. Afterward the finger
had tolw bathed in ice water before the
ring could Ihi drawn olY. Westminster
The Hrltlsh Islands nre better pro
vided with rivers than any other coun
try of the ennic sl.o on the globe.
.Inmo New I'eulure or the llrptue for the
Embroidery is one of the features nf
seasonable costumes. There are tunny
new dresses show-n with shirt (lout,
c.st, colic rs, on IT', wide is Vers ill il belt
edged with needlework. This limy be
in the color of the fabric, or, what Is
better liked, in wier.ll.s. rarliMii's and
bouquets in natural tints.
A ill ess of biMuil-eolor dehithhlisthf
edpes of the front breadth embioidered
in a graduated design, wide at the hem
and narrowing to a liny vine at the
belt. The lest is finished in narrow
rows of einbroidety. forming V's, one
above another, down the vest front.
The levers t tint turn over upon th-'
sleeve-tops are cdircil with a slender
vine, and on the corners over the shoul
ders there Is a large design, uliiinf cov
ering the mailable sp.-u-e. The belt is
almost of solid embioidery. und (le
ctin's have a vine around the wrists and
a larger design estendig up the outside
of the arm.
A dress of plain und striped poplin
in blue and black has a plain waist, cut
out in the neck over a vest of plaited
crcpou. Where the waist is cut on
there Is nil edge of the embroidery all
around, und this extends down the
fronts, nronnd the bodice point und the
postilion at the bnek. A turned-over
collar is embroidered, us nre also the
cuffs, the latter in a quite elaborate
A tailor costume of iiuvy blue cloth
has the front breadth of the skirt well
covered by a conventionalized design In
chrysanthemums with spreading foli
age" The etifTs me similarly finished.
The vest is of light tan-colored cloth
with a collar. This Is almost covered
with a design to match, only In very
An evening bodice Is made with the
shies and back of pale-gray velvet. The
front Is cut away in a deep shield shape
nnd filled in with a vest of rows of em
broidery and puffs of crepon. Tho
uleeves are pointed sections of the ma
terial box-plaited extremely full. There
nre two of these sections, one overlap
ping the other, tho lower about four
inches larger than the first, lloth of J
these have the edge wrought with
flower pattern done lu silks, the natural
colors of the ilowers.
A handsome calling costume isof ma
roon velvet and French gray cloth. The
skirt is of the cloth and has u band of
fur at the hem. The front breadth is
elaborately embroidered and braided
und further enriched with lnrge but
tons of the most elegant description.
The velvet waist has a deep basque skirt
and a trimming of embroidery and
brnidimr fonninir n square yoke with
long tabs on either side of the vest of
embroidery. There are large buttons
on the waist also. The sleeves aro in
leg-o'-muttnu fashion, but plaited in
the form of an aeeordian bellows. The
eufTs are of the braiding und em
broidery. A I'aris dress is of brocaded satin in
garnet and gold. The rleeves area nov
elty. The eulTsiire of white broadcloth,
elaborately embroidered with roses and
leaves. From the front and back of the
eulTs long points xtend up to the arm
holes. The space between these points
is filled In with the dress material. A
square collar t urns hack from the stand
ing collar and forms a yoke, and there is
a front of very .narrow plait lugs of plain
silk. A vest of the broadcloth is em
broidered to match the cull's.
The front breadth of contrasting ma
terial Is a feature of some of the uevv
models. A dress of moonlight-blue
satin, brocaded with pink roses, has n
front breadth of velvet of the darkest
shade of the blossoms. On either sido
of this is a cascade dnijwry of lace
flouncing. The bodice Is pointed and
the neck is cut low. The sleeves are
rullles of luce, and lace epaulets extend
up on to the shoulders almost to the
jeweled collar. Across the front the
ilress is filled in with shirred silk mus
lin. A costume of spotted camel's hair has
a front breadth of velvet matching the
darker shade of the material. The high
turned-over collar, narrow vest, wide
ioluted lapels and belt ire of velvet
The lapels have foldtsl extensions in
jabot style. These are pointed, the
points falling outside of the belt and
down upon the skirt. N. Y. Ledger.
Kkd Cloud, Nkii. May 1, I8fl(i
Tho following is tho vvoathor
forecasts for the next 'Jl hours:
Fiilr tonight und Saturday
F. W. Cowdkm, Local Manager
Notk These forecasts will bo dis
played daily in ovory postolllco in Wub.
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rIvoh them health. It wilt wavo their Hvow. In it Mothorn havq
womothln K wli toll la nb-tolutol y wttfo and practically porfoot aw a
Cawtorla. deatroya Worm. ,
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Caatoria prevent vomiting Sonr CnrtL
Caitorla enrca Dlarrhoaa and Wind Colle.
Caatorla rollovoa Toothing TronhlcH.
Cnatorla onrca Constipation and Flatnloncy.
Caatorla nentrallwa the offocta of oarhonlo add gaa or pefaonona mtr,
Caatorla dooa not contain morphine, oplnm. or other narcotic property.
Caatorla aaalmllatoa the food, rcgnlatoa tho atomach and howola,
giving healthy and natnral aloep.
Caatorla 1b pnt np in one-alxo pottloa only. It lw not aold in hnllt.
Don't allow any one to anil yon anything olao on tho pica or promlae)
that it la "jnat aa good" and "will anawer every pnrpoao."
Bee that yon get C-A-8-T-Q-R-I-A
Children Cry for
Fewer of the Human Jawa.
Dr. Q. V. Black, a dentist of Jackson
villo, Flo. , has inado some- intorostiug
experiments upon tho forco exerted by
tho human jaws in tho ordinary masti
cation of food, and also tho greatest
forco which tho jaws aro capable of ox
erting. By means of n spring instru
ment provided with, a registering dovicc
ho took r,cords of about ISO "bites" of
diffcroni persons. Of the.so 50 have been
preserved as characterihtio of the ordi
nary man, woman and child. Tho small
est pvc&mro recorded was .10 pounds,
by n littlo girl 7 years old. This was
with tho incisors. Usinn bur molars,
tho biimo child exerted a forco of (i,")
pounds. Tho highest record was niado
by a physician of !15. Tho instrument
used only registered 270 pounds, and ha
closed it together without apparent ef
fort. There was no method of determiu
lug how far abovo 270 pounds ho could
iiavo gone. This test was made witJi tl..1
molars. Several persons exceeded a forcu
of 100 pounds with tho incisors and 2Cu
with tho molars. The physical condition
of tho persons experimented upon seem
ed to have littlo bearing upon tho result.
Dr. Black isof tho opinion that the con
dition of tlio peridental membranes is
tho controlling factor, rather than mus
cular strength. Dr. Black found that in
tho habitual chewing of food lunch
moro force is exerted than is necostwry.
Fidelity and AOtictlou of a Ilnnp.
In tho "Memoirs of General Cannl
do Scgur," ainiid-do-campof Napoleon,
recently published, tho following atltct
iug incident is related:
I hnvo said tliat during the noctnmnl
attack of tho Ukr.t, on Deo. 2!!, I was
unhorsed. My animal hud been wound
ed by a bullob in his chest, from which
tho blood was streaming, and as he
eonld no longer carry mo I had been
forced to leavo him, loading ids equip
ment on my shoulders. When I had
reached our firstoutpost, about HOOpacej
off, I sat down to rest before tho fire, in
omo grief nt the loss of my mount,
when a plaintivo sound and an unex
pected contact caused mo to turn my
hoad. It was the poor beast, which
had lorived and had dragged itself in
tho wako of my footsteps. In spito of
tho distance and tho darkness, it had
succeeded in finding me, and recogniz
ing mo by tho light of tho ennipfiM
had coiiin up groaning to lay its head on
my shoulder. My eyes filled with tears
at this last proof of attachment, and 1
was gontly stroking it, when, uximustod
from tho blood it had last, and its effort
to follow me, in tho midst of tho men,
who wero as surprised and touched iu
myself, it fell down, btvuggledfor a mo
ment and expired
Urfii, the Ancient Edeitn.
Built half way up tho .Tebli Nimrnd,
ou a hill abovo a rushing torrent, it
novor lacks water or tho sound of tho
perpetual fountain that gained for it in
tho old days tho namoCallirrhoo. Water
iu basins, m drinking places, in small
mills; water in tho torronts, in the
springs and down tho sides of fctreetst
ovorywhero is heard tho sumo bubbling
Bound so dear to oriental ears. And
with it uro trees innumerable, great for
est trees in tho gardens, witli walnuts
and pomegranates, and fruit of nil sorts;
gardens everywhere, within nnd with
out tho town, and a thing seldom to be
seen in tin eastern town, tho largo court
yard of tho Sorai grass grown, with
seats und spreading trees on oither eido.
Tho bazaars, too, and tho streets seem
h11 to sharo iu tho charm that water
lends. Nowhcro olso uro thero suoh
vaulted corridors, tall and wiry, for tin
market, such splendid caravansaries,
built by soiuo magnificent old Turk, of
an oider h -I, o p e -el away, und where
above idl, can bo Hatched tho o.quisitt
musquo of lbraliim-ol-Klialil Abra
ham, tho friend of Ood with its stato
ly ui'u.-.n t and mavblo courtyards re
flected in the. tilcut shady poolV "Six
Mouths In a tiyritui Monastory," O. II.
Cnstorla -with tho pntronngo of
its to speak of It without Knomlng.
FOR YOUR PROTECTION.
We positively state thst
tills renieily doei not con
tain mercury orHiiyotli
ur Injiirliiiis ill in;.
Is a local (Hh'hhu nsil Is
the result of eokls and
Midden elluiiitlo chntiKes.
Ely's Cream B lm !
pens mil olennses the Nasal rnssages, AllajS
I'aln mid Inll.iiiiiiiatloii, lli'iiln tlio Sores, 1'ro
tecistlie .Meiiibrinie from folds, Itettorils the
Sense i( Taste niM Stiiell. The Halm Is .pilckly
alxoilieil iiiul nlves relief at once.
Price Wie. at DriititiHtH or by mall.
KI.V nitOl IlKltS, TO Warren htieet, New York
Cofn.Stopiallrnln. Mikrw mikirgo.y. lie. atllrurcMa.
Clrnn.cj and U-m:l.f.c Cae h(BB
I'rumotct a loiurimt erovUi.
never Falls to ltcntoro Ontrl
Curui fcnlp ftiwawt it hair UlUix,
JfyounroCONSUMPTIVE or hare
InillirMtlnn, I'alnnil ills i.r In lillity i.r nny kind ua
r.UKEll-a OINOEH TONIC. .Minywhiwiruhouo
Vnuud uKcouratfttl liavu n uliad luiillli by its urn.
CliIrlir.trrM l.nglLh Illuniuntt llrand.
Orltflnul nutl Only Urn u Inc.
AFC, lwys rrlUblt. LADICS ftk :
lru!(Ut for (Mr titer ymViah Vv-1
mmti Jrurirfln lli-d aril t.'uil mttlllo
bout, rriilei with blue rlbboo TttLo
nu other. Jit futt da nn front luhttttu
HontanJ imitttwn: Ai Iruittloriniil44V
la (.raft fur nrileultr. iPitlmoaialt an 4
' ItelU-r fur I.utl4'. it Iftttr If rrlira
f Hall, lf'.uno rrtiiaonii. .v,iw iMptr.
4WU tj U Local UrntiUU. I'hlleJa., l
Fnr Infnrmatloaand frco HnJbook wrltn to
MU.NN CO, Ml llllCADWAT. NEW Yon.
Oldrat bureau for Bfcurtng patcnU In America.
Kvcry imtont taken out by unls brought befora
tlio jiuiillo by a notlco given frco of cuorgo la Vbm
f cicutitic 'iitcnicaa
Ijircoit rlrrutitlnn of nny Kclcntlfln puncr 'n the
world. SiiU'iulUllr llluktr.itoil. No lutelllErnl
man khoull l wllhout It. Wei.klr, A.l.iMla
yciu-i SIAlalxmnnlht, Aililni. MIINN COh
VuuLUiikUS.3Ul llrualway, New York City.
IN THE DEPARTMENT
lli" tho t'lmrvilncr Ilnyer Hot
V'Sv csi?4. jjflfjfll
fW S Rj
UL Agency loro
v aom - aBBBBP
Wlnihviircl of tlio lerrhmit.
"Whnt won't mcrelinnts nowndaya
do in order to gain a business advan
tage'.'" ashed the drummer from Ohio, "
und then partially answered his own V
question by saying:
"I went into a big depart incut store
last week. I found that the buyer for
my line of goods vvius n woman, a
mighty handsome woman. I miuloan
appointment for her next morning,
uud w hen I nrrived with my samples
l found half u doen salesmen ahead of
me und had to wait my turn.
"The buyer was busy Just then with
u fellow who sold cheap Jewelry. Ho
wa.s u susceptible youth and the girl
was st ringing him for all he. wns worth.
You'd hnvo sworn sho wius dead in lovo
with him. She called him by his first
name, leuncd her head confidingly,
against his ns they looked over tho
samples and Insisted ou pinning tho
goods Into his scurf and shirt front
to see how they would look. As a re
sult, she bought ull she wanted for
song, iliat young lellow's employers
nro probably wondering yet how ho
came to sell so cheap,
"Some malo buyers ore Just as no- j
scrupulous, though," continued tho ,
drummer from Ohio, "though not al
ways on their employer's side. I went
Into u s'ui-o in l'rov jdence, J. , Tho
buyer shivered and remarled that it
was u very cold day and thnt he didn't
have any coal at home. I excused my
self, td.lt.lned his address und rnt lijir
Iho tons of coal that afternoon
next day 1 called around ut the sf
flflfl t.W.l. I, 1.1.. ntilltH ., n.. ..
1 ...... lt .. Ul IIIIIVI ttb UIJ VM II
I urcB." Buffalo K.xpresu.
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