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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY JULY 15. 188& TWELVE PAGE&9' ,
A NAVAL HERO ,
THE INTERESTING STORY OF AN
11'nlo of Atnny Miles or Oconn Travel
in the Servian of ilio U. B. Navy.
'JUicHonrlnu of Anlijar Restored
After Twenty Years.
There lives In Oranlia to-dny a rnnn who
tu tnty yenrit ago wna wlmtlH termed on board
B-nmn-of-wnr , a powder munkoy. Thu duties
til u i > uwder inimkry , iui wu uudcrstnnd it , Is to
mippiy ninnluillt'.on from the magazine und
turrets to tliu gunners whllo In action , 'i'hti
jmin referred to wont Into tlio United Status
jmvy wht'nbut a boy being nged nt thattlmu
only ) ! 1 ynarH , nnd tn tils Hcrvlce on the several
nhlps ho traveled over thoii amta of miles of
oce.iu and hits been in nearly uvery port In the
world nnd tils uxpcrlmenco would llll ft good
sized volume and make very Interesting read
! ho gentlemun referred to Is
111UEI ) . MATTHKWH , IIATTKII ,
whose place of business Is In room 18. Herald
building. To the writer Mr. Matthews vms re
lating some of hli experience , and being nc-
( mnlnted for some time with Mr. .Matthews ho
ked him to tell him now It was that he
lost the hearing of his loft car.
"Why , don't you know that I have regained
my hearing ngnln ? I see you did not know It ,
10 I must tell you , but 1 must llrst tell you how
Host It. "
The two lit their cigars and snt down for a
peed chat , nnd Mr. Matthews continued his
narrative. "You see , while I wus In the nnvy as
a powder monkey my duties ofti'nrcqulred that
1 down ut the turret nnd whllo down tnere
every discharge of the gun makes an awful
concusflon and to us pour monKcyi In those
turrets it wax strong enough to knock us down
sometimes. I noticed that my ears wore be
coming affected by llm dlschurgu of the gun
nery und I went to the surgeon" onboard , who
told me that he could do nothing for me except
that 1 had better use cotton in my ears. 1 did
RO and to that , I think , 1 ow o the hearing of my
right ear. After my retirement from the navy
mv left ear continued to grow worse uud 1 lott
the hearing of It entirely. In my business 1
travel considerably and have had an oppor
tunity to consult some of the llnest aurlstsln
the country and 1 did consult them too , nnd I
presume that I have had two dozen of them
working on my ears , but they told me one uud
nil that the drum was entirely destroyed anil I
would never be able to hear again. 1 got nccus-
' > med to hearing with only tllo one ear , and
hud about mude up my mind that I
never would hoar again with my left
car. I became acquainted with a young mnn
who is connected with Dr. McCoy in the
Knmge Illock , nnd he became tired , he Bald , of
having to repeat his conversation to me andtold
me to come up and have the doctor examine my
ear and see whnt he could do for It. I only
laughed at him nnd did not go , but n few weeks
ngo the car commenced discharging again nnd
1 went to Dr. McCoy's olllce to have It attended
to ; ho examined my car and said that the drum
was ulmost entirely distroyed. nnd that lie did
not know OH hu could ilo anything for It , but
that he would do hat ho could for It ; no healed
th car up , und then mr.ilo nil npparatus to put
into the ear which he placed there and 1 could
hear at once , I heard a watch tick held one foot
from the left ear , something I had not done for
tHtinty years. 1 thought porlinps It was with
the right carl heard It , und closed that ear up ;
and 1 was very agreeably surprised to hear It
very plainly with the left car. Of course It will
take borne little time until I become accustomed
to wearing the apparatus In my ear , but I v 111
soon overcome that. It Is very neat and ns you
can tell cannot be seen at all. Voa would not
Know there was anything In my car unless I
would pull it out , but if I pull It out I ranuot
hear , HO I kept It In , and I hear now as well ns I
ever did. 1 am very glad 1 took my friend's urt-
vice and went to BOO the doctor for ho hnsdono
for mo what many another has tried to do and
failed. 1 am moro thin snllslledlth the
way ho treated me and feel balls ll'-d that any par-
eon that places him or herself under his tieat
ment will never lia\e causH to regiet It. "
The writer thanked Mr. Matthews for his kind
ness and asked him whether ho would object to
having his conversation published In the form
of a testimonial.
"Not at nil , " continued that gentleman , "you
can publish It and welcome , nnd Just ndd forme
that I ! there is anyone who doubt * the truth of
it they may call on me at room 18 Herald build
ing , and 1 can convince them that it is true ,
every word oflt. V'hy I could not hear a uc/rd /
a man said if 1 was not on the loft side of hint
and then only heard it Indistinctly , but now 1
can hear it all right no matter what side I am
Mr. Mathcws ns above stated is engaged irf
business as a hatter in the Herald building at
the corner of 15th and Hartley directs , und is
Willing tocoroborate thu abore to anyone.
A Few Symptoms of Disease That
May Prove Serious to Yon.
Do you have frequent ( Its of mental depros
Do you experience ringing or buzzing noises
in your enrat
lo ) you feel as though you must suffocate
when lylngdo'/vn ?
Are you troubled with a hacking cough and
Are your eyes generally wpalc and watery und
frequently intlumed ?
Does your volco have a busk , thick sound and
a nasal sort of twang ?
Is your breath frequently offensive from some
unaccountable cause ?
Have you a dull , oppressive headache , gener
ally located over the eyes ?
Do you have to hawk and cough frequently in
the effect to clear your throat ?
Are you losing your sense of smell and is your
sense ot tusto becoming dulled ?
Does your nose always feel stopped up , forc
ing you to breathe through your mouth ?
Do you frequently feel dizzy , particularly
when stooping to pick anything off the Moor ?
Does every little draft of air and every slight
change of temperature give you a cold ?
Are you annoyed by u constant desire to hawk
and spit out an endless ciunntlty of plilegm ?
Do you rlso from bed as tired ana weak as you
were the night before and feel as though you
wanted to lie there forever ?
Is your throat tilled with phlegm in the mornIng -
Ing , which can only bo discharged after violent
coughing and hawking and spitting ?
Do you occasionally wuka Irom a troubled
sloop with a start and fool as if you had just
escaped a horrible death by choking/ /
Have you lost all interest in your calling or
business or former pleasures , all ambition gone ,
and do you feel Indifferent whether to morrow
Jlnds you alive or dead ?
Are you troubled with a discharge from the
head Into the throat , sometimes watery und ex
cessive , sometimes mucus , thick , bucking to
whatever it touches , sometimes bloody , and
nearly alu ays putrid and clTensh e >
The above are some of the many symptoms of
catarrh and the beginning ot lung trouble i. Not
one CUHO In 11 hundred will have all of them , but
evuy ono ntroctcd will have n few or inaiiiy of
them. The greater or uioro serious your symp
toms , tliu more deneorous your condition. This
class of disease Is treated very successfully by
Dr. McCoy or his associates. U he many cases re
ported through the columns of the dally papers
proven this , and each statement published is Mil ) ,
ntnnclnlly the same as given by the putlent cnrtd.
Dr. McCoy and his associates use no secret nos
trums , hut euro ulseu.se by their skillful combi
nation of the best known remedies , applied in
the most nppiovoa manner , and by using the
latest midmost highly recommended appliances
known to the profession. They thus produce re-
milts that speak for themselves in the many pa
tients cured , and w e assure our renders that those
eminent physicians have achieved u siircexs in
curing disease which few or no other doctors
J. CRESAP McCOY ,
L te of Belleviie Mai New York ,
No , 31O and 311 Ramcro Building
Corner 1-lfttcuth and Hartley sts , , Omaha , Neb. ,
here oil curable cates are treated
Medical dtseasus treated skillfully. Consump
tion , llrlght'u illnea.se , Dyspepsia , ItheumutUm ,
nnd all NKUVOUB UIHBABBS. All diseased pe
culiar to the sexes a specialty , CATAUUH
WN8ULTATION at oBico or by null , II.
OOIco liours Ute 11 a. in. . 3 to4 p.m. . T to 8p.
Hi. , Sunday olllco hours from 0 n. m. . to 1 p. in.
Correttpondcnce receives prompt attontUin.
Many dlt > asea ure treated HUCfcsufully by Dr.
> [ iC"oy through the malls , and H Is thus possible
fortlii > M uuable to iiiukua Journey'to obtain
KUCCKSSPUJ. 11081'ITAL ' TllHATMBNT AT
X11HIK HOMKS. '
No letters Answered unless accompanied by to
All wall should be addressed to Dr. J. Cresup
McCoy , Itopuii 310 and nil , U&inae , building ,
IN THE FEMININE DOMAIN ,
Facts and Fancies For the Fair-
HINTS ON HOME DECORATIONS.
The ClinrniH of n licntitlful Mouth
How Mntitlm nro Spoiled The
Dnys of tlicliugtlcnrc Ntun-
A llcatitlCul Mouth.
Graphic : A woman with every other
natural charm is not beautiful \vlthotita
niOutli that adds a now surges tlvoness
o her loveliness. She ceases to bo oven
pretty if , when she speaks , her breath
H hot and feverish , or , worse still , Is
Naturally she docs not know this , and
it is only proper that somebody belong-
to her should toll her. If it conies from
ior teeth it is something quickly rem
edied. If it cornea from her digestion
then it is her doctor's business to
pot her in good order : ' but often
in this country of invalid women
it comes from the use of strong medi
cines. Physicians advise for this the
use of lemons , claiming that they are
the most purifying of till fruits , ami the
aromatic odor produced by lemons
rubbed on the teeth , gums and lips lasts
longer than any other. For a feverish
breath that results from the' stomach a
few drops of lime water used as a gar
gle , or , bettor still , a half teaspoonful of
bicarbonate of soda in a little watorwill
have the desired effect.
Half the badly. shaped mouths that
are the sorrows of the young women of
to-day result from their being por-
niltcd when they were children to suck
ihoir lingers. One of the prettiest wo-
non in town has coarse , thick lips that
came from being allowed , when
she was going to sleep , to put
her thumb in her mouth. While another ,
whoso lips protrude in the center , und
whoso mouth is largoblaraos her mother
Tor allowing her to find consolation in
licr two forefingers. If persuasion will
not break a child of this habit , then
stronger means should bo resorted to ,
and if necessary its hands should bo
tied together. Another unfortunate
habit among school girls , and
ono which results in thickening the
lips and making them supersensitive , is
the continual biting of the lower hp.
The entire shape of the face is spoiled
in this way , for when nature molded it
there was not the intention that the
lower lip should bo larger and a coarse
look given to the faoo.
Red lips are the announcement of
good health , and good health is the
fashion. Women who have very deter
mined wills frequently got into the bad
habit of drawing their lips together in a
way they think expresses determination.
The lips are pliable ami naturally as
sume the position which is oftonest
given to them , so she who feels on
pleasant terms with the world at largo ,
who makes it a point only to say pleas
ant things , will have about her mouth
that something that .tho French call
riunto the loolc that tells of n laugh
without the sound , and a smile that is
not a smirk. With all his gallantry it
took a Frenchman to say this : " To bo
beautiful a. woman must not tulle much
or she will contract her mouth in an
Table Talk : Despite the universally
conceded fact that a man's house is his
castle , nnd that it is the ono spot on
earth where ho can exorcise individual
taste , it is yet governed by Fashion's
rules , that ho obeys almost without re
alizing. Fashion is a wily dictator. Its
laws are stringent , yet so subtle that its
subjects follow them half consciously ;
cheered continually by the false hope
that they are themselves the origina
tors of the many pretty fancies nnd com
fortable improvements they introduce
into their homes. But wo must assort
that fashion is despotic ; it rules our
homos from collar to garret , from floor
The custom of carpeting floors , that
is , nailing down carpets over the entire
expanse , is comparatively a now ono.
Time was whan in all handsomely fur
nished houses the lloors wore polished
and inlaid with colored woods , while
rich rugs ol eastern manufacture , wore
spread about. The many advantages of
tliis fashion nro again making them
selves felt. First , und foremost , there
is the advantage of cleanliness. It is u
recognized fact that health demands
movable floor coverings ; coverings that
can bo taken up every di\y \ or two , and
thoroughly shaken. Another argu
ment in favor of rugs appeals stronly to
slender purses. A cheap rug wears a
great deal bettor than u cheap carpet ,
and somehow they are far moro artistic
in design. The former advan
tage is doubtlcs gained because
the rug is him ply laid not |
stretched into position ; and the
fibres therefore , are not strained in the
least. But , let it bo added , a rug to ap
pear well must bo hold steadfastly in
position ; bo there one or several In a
room a sulliclontly weighty piece of fur
niture jhould bo placed on it , or thorn ,
to hold position. A kicked-up rug gives
an untidy air to a whole room. As a
matter of artistic decoration , a room is
badly furnished , if the floor covering is
the most conspicuous object upon enter
ing , and it is with a degree of thankful
ness that wo realize tbut wo are seldom
nowadays called upon to trample over
huge , gorgeous-colored "parterres , " or
green branches of trees , alive with gay-
plutnnged birds ; India rugs , us they
are among the most costly , uro also
among the most desirable. Like
the India shawls they com
bine every color of the rainbow ,
but BO artistically are the colors
blended that they molt ono into the
other almost imperceptibly , and the
whole effect is subdued us well as rich.
Smyrna rugs are gayer in coloring ;
they are known to the trade as "On-
shalc , " nnd uro easy of imitation , so
that many cheap specimens are in the
market. It takes u connoisseur , however -
over , to doeido between a genuine
Tiu-kish rug , and ono that hails from
There is an increasing demand for
Daghostnn rugs and thosp that look the
oldest and dingiest are the most ad
mired , as they tire thought to have soon
the most service on the camel's back in
his journoyings through the dosort.
Correspondingly oriental apfiearing
must bo the curtains , and at this sea
son , when the ' 'real" things are folded
aWuy cautiously in linen coverings , the
curtains "that aro" are formed of Ma
dras. Now Madras is a cheap fabric.
but its designs , though not claiming or-
iglmiMty , are very good , nnd its colors
cheerful uud tasteful. Russian grena
dine , with insertions and edgings o"
Cluny lace are also pretty for.tho pama
purpose , while Saxony lace nt u short
distance , lias all the appearance of line
About any room , bo it drawing roomer
or bed chamber , no article is moro use
ful than a waste basket , but these nro
no longer the commonplace artiolos they
once ware though some of them spring
from very hum bio origin , Ono waste
basket iff nothing moro nor less than u
couple of ordinary peach baskets , ono
placed- upside down , the other stood
upon it.dc6cribiugun hour glass bhano
'They nro. covered with pretty chintz or
crash , the pnttcrp outlined in tinsel ,
the centre is drnwn in with a broad
gros-grain ribbon , or thick cord , and
tasrfel. Those upholslorod baskets are
really very serviceable and ornamental.
Another pretty , homely idea is to take'
a Japanofo umbrella , open it half way ,
fcccurlng the open distance by a email
block of wood , and sot In ft small socket
'or tripod , which any carpenter cnu
make , nnd stain it to imitate ebony ,
streaked with gold ; ono on each side of
the desk or table will bo found most
useful , and think whnt a comfort to
have at last found a practical place for
the now almost omnipresent Japanese
Teas , receptions , largo dinners nnd
the like are all over until the reopening
ing of the season proper , but luncheons
nnd small dinners nro always in
vogue , nnd this time of your
they are especially dainty , ns so many
floral attractions are added to the table
decorations. The nltu is to give ns
rustic an nnpeurnnco as possible , and
olio of the very prettiest of all the con
ceits is to arrnngo the various kinds of
hair-grass , which Include the shades of
purple , green , gold nnd groy , on an or
dinary tea-tray , with small , bright-col
ored ( lowers sprinkled about and a mass
of upright ferns in the centre. Vurio-
gatcd ribbon-grass , loosely knotted ,
forms beautiful mats for decoration of
luncheon tables. Ono of the most
unique luncheon cloths of the season
has the design of a cluster of maiden
hair woven into the centre , while the
border is ornamented with a flower for
every month in the year ; thus January
is simulated by a Christinas rose , Feb
ruary by cyclamua , March by anemone ,
April by crocus , May by violets , Juno by
morning-glories , July by pea-blossoms ,
August by iris , September by marsh
grasses , October by dahlias , November
by chrysanthemums , und December by
The Hustle Is Going Out.
Now York World : Have you noticed
the peculiar kind of a one-two-threo
step of ladies before they sit down , fol
lowed by a backward motion , a curious
jerking of the skirts and then a grace
ful sinking down into the seat ? If you
have , you have also noticed how the
ladies frequently rise suddenly from
their scats , shako themselves with an
odd kind of a little movement nnd then
sit down. Both of these movements uro
duo to the bustle.
And now the news comes from Wash
ington that Mrs. Cleveland has con
cluded to discard the bustle. Of course
it is of vital interest to every woman
in the land. Everything connected
with this important question has been
discussed by the Now York ladies.
Fat and lean , old and young , rich nnd
poor , they all wear bustles , and they
are all anxious to know whether they
will continue to wear them.
It was with the desire of learning all
there was on this subject that a re
porter visited the leading fashionable
dressmakers yesterday to jind out what
was the tendency and drift in bustles.
"Mrs. Cleveland's departure , " said _
Redforn , "has attracted profound in
terest in Now York , and may affect
bustles in the fall. You know bustles
uro gradually growing smaller and
smaller. This is the tendency abroad ,
and wo get all ouV fashions from thoroi
Wo use a cushion instead of the store
bustle and it can be made of the sumo
material ns the gown. It is mndo of silk ,
usually , and is stuffed with horse-hair
und then quilted. It is sowed in under
the foundation of the skirt. Two stools
are sowed in this foundation also.
Over these are druncd the dress.
The first is sowed in nine indie's
below the waist , the second boven
inches. They have strings attached to
the bustle being enlarged or decreased.
Now , to show you now the bustle is de
creasing in size , those steels n year ngo
wore twenty-three and twonty-soven
inches long respectively. Now they are
only seventeen and twenty-one , and
they are constantly growing _ smaller.
"Is there any dilToronco between
bustles for fat ladies and lean ones ! "
"Very much. A very fat lady will
have only a slight hint of a bustlo. You
see she does not need much to accom-
moduto her form , while n very lean ,
thin lady needs all she can got. "
"Mrs. Cleveland is probably assisting
to kill what would bo at an end in a few
moro years , if signs mean anything.
Bustles hnvo had a long run. They
came in about seven years ago , und suc
ceeded tno princess robes. You remember -
bor them. I supposoV They were skin
tight. I have boon thorn so tight n lady
couldn't stop moro than twelve inches.
Bustles wore first merely frilled horse
hair. Then they grow larger until two
years ago , when they reached their
"To sit down with a bustle is an art.
You have noticed ladies sitting down at
the theater , I suppose ? Now I shall
show you how a lady ought to sit down ,
with a medium-sized bustle , so as not to
attract attention. " A young lady was
called in from , an adjoining room , she
was asked to sit down , und she bunk into
a chair without the slightest effort.
"How do you manage it so easily i1"
asked the reporter , lost in admiration of
the simplicity of the motion so unus
"It is very simple , " answered the
young lady , quietly pushing her dross
around with her hand to properly locate
the bustlo. "You see , I simply lot the
stools touch the side of the chair ns I
sink into it , then I give u sharp push to
one side ; the bustle goes over to the
other and I am all right. Ladies don't sit
flat down , because if they did they
would bo on n high cushion. Some
times the steels get fastened in the
dross and the bustle gets uncomfortable.
Then the lady has to got up and adjust
There was considerable trouble in
getting any direct expression of opin
ion from the loading lady dressmakers.
The subject was ono of too much im
portance for thorn to commit themselves
until they had returned from Paris in
the fall. They had heard of Mrs.
Cleveland's change. In fact , they had
discussed it with some of their custom
ers. Bustles wore growing smaller ,
there wus no doubt of that , very much
smaller ; but then the bustle had boon
in a long timo. It had its friends and
there was no tolling. Ono thing was
certain , in house dresses the bustle had
HONEY FOU TliK LA.1HES.
Put nsldo your veil , my darling ,
Veils uro useless now , my Hannah ;
If you must conceal your features ,
Do it with a red bandana I
If a body kiss a body ,
Need a body cry I
Well , hardly , if some other body
Isn't standing by.
Tan-colored shoes crow In favor.
English blouses are quite the rage.
Sweet peas are the favorite corsage flower.
Floral designs are revived lor carpets.
Colored not dresses increase in popularity.
Lengthwise tucks are used on the upper
part of apron draixjries.
Folds of canvas or bolting cloth are still
worn in the necks of drcssos.
Colored out-of-door Jackets and wraps are
undoubtedly superseding black ones.
D rk colored India silks and pongocs are
iked for hot weather traveling gowns.
Stripped flannel tennis blazers with hats to
match are worn by lady players , ln the coun
When a woman Is trying to wrlto a letter
on a half-bhcct of paper much may bo said on
both sides. . - '
Pretty seuifdo toilets are a combination of
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the national colors , red , white nnd blue , ar
For dressy white wool costumes Bedford
roppod wool Is used with the cord running
from selvcdgo to sclvedRO.
Largo white embroidered muslin collars ,
such us as were worn thirty years ago , are
shown on imported dresses.
Blouse waists with n yoke and short
alcoves , which leave the arms free for swim
ming , nro best liked for bathing suits.
Among serviceable pjttiooats nothing is
better than those of bif.cuit calico , wii'i
three flounces embroldorcd in self-color.
A great many women jmy umbrellas for
their handles , und tbo more unique and cou-
spieuousthoy are the bettor they like them.
Tuilor-mado parasols to match gown nnd
bonnet are among the lust suggestions of the
enemy of which good dressers \vill beware.
Nuinsoak dressing jackets are short nnd
Jaunty. They are profusely trimmed with
Vnleuoleuucs lace , or adorned with flno em
There is a rngo at present for fancy jew
elry in line gold and solid silver , both plain
iiud oxidized , The dainty patterns are
It was a Cincinnati girl , wo believe , who
told her dressmaker to , put on her now sillc
ono of these telescoped trains ubgut which
she had read so much.
Black luco dresses are fashionable mailo
uver a white silk foundation , and black
nioiro dresses uro admired draped with
cream white Flemish lace.
A young lady named Take seems to open a
great many letters belonging to other people.
She is perfectly honest about It , however ,
nnd writes on the envelopes , "Opened by
Miss Take. "
Mrs. Livermore was thrown from her carriage -
riago and had her mouth enlarged two
Inches oy a cut. She hopes to save the in
crease , but the doctors want to sew her whole
Gowns of white pongco have the blouse
and full sleeves deeply honeycombed , nnd a
honeycombed nancl at the side as well , or
clso tticy are trimmed with many lengthwise
rows of lace insertion ,
A wife will hardly over notice whether
her husband has had his hair cut or not : but
lot him go homo with a strange hairpin
sticking in his overcoat and sho'll BOO it be-
I'oro ho gets out of the train.
Big hemstitched handkerchiefs of pongco
can be had in nearly all the summer colors ,
and are among the most useful of small
wraps , as they can bo either shawl , collar or
fichu us the wearer has. a mind.
Heavy dressed kid gloves , in sao shapo.
loose on the wrists , without buttonsaro used
for traveling nnd dressy wear m the country.
They are corded with white down the back
in what are called French points.
Sailor collars of moire or velvet , and gath
ered scarves of china crape sowed in the
shoulder and crossing nt the front are among
tbo trimmings used by good modistes upon
waists of sillc , foulard or grenadines.
Leather or leather-colored silk 'is now
much used for , the trimming of walking
toilets , which nro Jlnishcd with hats topped
with leather-colored plumes , and a bow of
leather ribbon tied jauntily on the parasol.
A new and charming effect in the much-
used Greek "key border , " is made by form
ing it of narrow ribbon , over which , after it
is sowed to the gown , small velvet rings are
fastened with embroidery stitches of the same
White skirts are reserved for evening
wear , and nro trimmed with lace , insertion
and embroidery quite nt discretion , though it
is well to remember that fine simplicity is far
and away better style than course orna
To wear or not to wear white at throat
and wrists Is now n wilting if not burning
question , nnd thongh there is something
more of latitude than in seasons past , the
weight of authority inclines to the retention
A fuvorlto method of draping a low cor
sage is to apply a scarf of lace , covering the
places where it is caught up with bows of
moire ribbon. The euiilo scarf Is arranged to
form sleeves , which can bo shortened by a
few plaits , If necessary *
The bandana silks are mndo with gathered
yoke waists bolted , have turned-down collar ,
full sleeves , nml skirt of finely pleated
flounces , or else with pointed drapery of the
spotted stuff ever a skirt of plain red silk
enriched with black Iac6 insertion.
That is a pretty young fashion for the
evening gowns of pretty young girls , which
makes the waist a fullblouso [ , low , but not
too low with a wreath'of rosebuds twined
about the neck und falling down to lese
itself in the folds of a soft sash.
When a girl tries to 'throw ' a ball she gets
laughed at. But 1C she could only see the
man who laughs at hcr-'vrhcn ho is nt homo
in the solitude of his'chamber trying to sew
a button on the back of his shirt without re
moving the garment she would bo revenged ,
aye doubly and trebly.
"Mr. Millsap , " said 1Kb beautiful maiden ,
ns she gently removed the young man's arm
from about her waist , "I have only known
you for two or three weeks , you must remember -
member , and I have heard papa say ho has
Been many a promising candidate ruin his
chances by bringing tOo much pressure to
bear early In the campaign , "
You who have silver card cases handed
down from your grandmothers may get them
out now. The latest thing in this line to bo
carried in the hand for a swell promenade is
exactly after the old-time pattern , largo ,
square-cornered , opening nt the top nnd very
elaborately cha80d"rnn < l engraved. You
would not know the > bld ones from the nuw
ones If you shook them up together. They
belong to the cruzo.fp. r silver articles of every
sort and dcgrao.
A fashlqn authority says Saratoga will be
the place of all others to > e , the secorid-rute
t swells , the. imitation , belle * auj newspaper-
Gladstone Bros. & Co. , Douglas St.
Grosfold E. . No. 1605 St. Mary's avo.
Gentlemen & limit , No. 601 N. 10th St.
Hughes & Evans. No. 1220 Saunders St.
Hammond & Co. , No. 121 N. IGth St.
HirtM. , No. 1020 S. 10th St.
Hull , Edwards & .Co.,2718Louvonworth.
Huntzlngor J. F. , 1(111 ( St. Mary.'s avo.
Hallauor F.No. 00 < J S. 10th St.
Honsell & Kloiibo , 10th und Farnam ,
Hess , T. G. , No. 2801 Fur num.
Hotzoll & Sass , 27th and Cuming St.
Kuhn & Co. , 16th and Douglas.
Kinslor J. T. , No , 1J107 Farnam.
Kuhn Fred , No. 010 S. 10th St.
Kelly J. A. , No. 1619 Furnam.
Lung A. , 13th nnd Jackson.
Lonz Christ , No. 4181 S. 10th. St.
Llpthitz J. , No. 709 S. 13th.
Lind & ChristiansenChu-k & Saundors.
Mostoollor & Scott , 16th and Vinton.
Murphy J. A. , No. 120 N. Kith.
Mulligan T. F. , No. 1423 Saundors.
Molchor Agt. C. A. , South Omaha.
McDonald C. C. , Saunders & Caldwoll.
McLcod E. , No. 1824 N. 10th.
McKov C. , South Omaha.
Now IK. , No. COOS. 9th ,
Owen .t Co. , No. 605 N. 10th.
Pryor W. A. , No. i301 Park nvo.
Powell M. B. , 13th and Jackson.
Purr M. , No. 423 S. 10th.
Prince J. S. , No. 214 N. 15th.
Postal 1) . C. , cor. Blonde nnd 20th St.
Rcdlo Wm. No. 1800 S. 18th.
Hess & O'Heurno. No. 412 N. 10th.
Routhcr G. , South Omaha.
Kohllold & Co. , 13 , Furnam & Douglas.
Rubin & Co. , No. 1805 St. Mary's avo.
Richard Henry , Furnum , bet. 10 Ss 11.
Sander A. II. , cor. Saunaors& Cumings
Savillo J. J. , No. 1104 N.24th.
SpaiTord T. W. , 13th and Howard.
Spottmun J. II. , No. 2812 Lcavonworth.
m ado women of fashion. Yes , and it would
take a pretty good spyglass to differentiate
these sometimes from these who rate them
selves as swells of the first wntor , and from
the women who make themselves almost in
humanly r.ulo in their efforts to Keep out of
the newspapers. Great distinctions are
arrived at sometimes whcro there are no
Flesh in excess is n detriment to the health ,
nnd to cast it off with as little loss of
strength or beauty ns Fannie Davenport or
Lillian Uusscll seem to have sustained Is a
consummation for which many women devoutly
voutly pray. A simple regimen , prescribed
by a doctor , intended to lighten the figure
gradually and without any Interruption to the
daily avocations , is as follows : Keep the
system open with aperients under n physi
cian's ailvico. Take a cold bath in water in
which salt has been dissolved daily , rubbing
vigorously with flesh brushes afterward.
Take calisthcnio exorcise with sufficient
vigor to start profuse perspiration twice
dally , rubbing down ns after the bath.
Eat meat , acid fruits and graham bread.
Avoid sucar as much ns conveniently possi
ble , nnd drink sparingly. Never touch coffee ,
unless you like it barefoot , that is , without
milk or sugar.
This Is a time of the year when recipes for
sunburn meet ono at every turn. Hero is
the best proscription that can bo made :
Burn yourself u httlo moro and the red will
turn to brown , the most , wholesome and be
coming color in summer time. The same
rule applies to freckles equally well. Freckle
yourself thoroughly that it may bo evident
at a glance that you are taking a course in
nature's university. If the face smarts after
a day out of doors hot water will tiiko out the
sting. Cosmetics are especially injurious because -
cause the smart means irritation , nnd lotions
and balms , oftencr than not , are poisons to
an irritated skin. Complexion troubles nro
doctored by frequent bathing of the person
where any application to the face will only
make them In the end worse. Perfect clean
liness , as n rule , means a good skin. If it
docs not , then the general health is at fault ,
and the onlv remedy lies in giving a better
tone to the system. A clean face is n charm
which many girls do not seem to appreciate.
PniCKLY ASH BITTKUS is an unfuil-
ing euro for nil diseases originating in
biliary derangements caused by the
malaria of miasmatic countries. No
other medicine now on sale will so ef
fectually remove the disturbing ele
ments , and at the same time tone up the
whole system. It is sure nnd safe in its
The Boston Hey at School.
Boston Transcript : Ono boy was asked
to dolino a common and a proper noun.
Ho wrote :
"William is a proper noun and Billy
is a common noun. "
nAnothor was told to write what ho had
learned in physiology. Ho did , thus :
"Tho body is composed of three parts
the head , the trunk and the abdomen.
The head contains the brains , if you
have any. The trunk contains the heart
nnd lungs. The abdomen contains the
vowels , n , o , i , o , u and sometimes w
and y. "
nWhat in the world that last bright
boy was thinking of his teacher may
have been able to puzzle out , but proba
bly no ono else can. The answer , how-
over' was actual.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT
is only put up in largo two ounce tin boxes ,
and is'an absolute cure for old sores , burns ,
wounds , chapped liatrls , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively euro all kinds of piles.
Ask for the ORIGINAL ABIETfNE OINT
MENT. Sold by Goodman Drue Co. at 25
cents per box by mail 80 cents.
Sehillo.i J. , 10th nnd Nicholas.
Selmefor Aug. , Sherman ave & Corby.
Sweeney S. L. , South Omaha.
Sobotkor C. H. South Omaha.
Stevens Henrv A. , Kith and Vinton.
Soulhmayd & Runnell , No. 1010 N. 10th.
Schubert II. , 810 N. Kith.
Smith & Owens , South Omaha.
Sims C. D. , Saunders St.
Slobodisky L. , 608 N. 10th.
Thompson Gco. , cor. Kith .fcMnndor&.on.
Torbitt C. S. , 2208 Furnum.
Toco D. , 1120 } Farnam.
Van Krogo & Pahl , cor. nth & Glarko.
Vungreon & Holin , 2902 Cumings.
WolforV. . , cor , 2tth ( und Docutur.
Whojun James , 182-3 Saundors.
Whltohoiiso IT. B. , cor. 10th & Webster.
Wullor Emma. 104 S. 13th.
West & Fritehor , 1222 Fnninm.
Westrundo & Weber , 2009 Cumings.
Wilson Clayton , 4Kli S. lOtli.
Ward W. J. & Co. . 001 N. 10th.
Wilko & Suuttur , Cor. 20th and Piorco.
Worthy Win. , Cor. Corby and 10th.
Abel E. , Denver , Col.
'Bolmor G W. , Bradshaw , Nob.
Birkon W. .1. , Leigh , Nob.
BayrhofTor & Koissolbaeh , Shelby , Neb.
Brown E. R. , Fremont , Nob.
Bennett T. N. Sf Paul , Nob.
Craig A. J. , Mliiden , Nob.
Copeland L. N. , Minden , Neb.
MUHlOALi AND DltAMATlC.
"Tho Paymantcr" was a great success in
The P nttl season In Hio de Janeiro ends
Violet Cameron may come over in the fall
without a duke.
"A Love Story" is the title of Mrs. Lang-
try's now play.
May Yoho is winning the heartiest ap
plause for her singing in Chicago.
"Lady Jemima" is the title of Mlnnlo
Muddern's now play for next season.
Mr. and Mrs. Florence will open the sea
son at the grand opera house , September 1" .
Hubert Wilko forsakes opera for comedy
nnd will star in a romantic drama of gypsy
Imro ICiralfy will produce "Nero , or the
Fall of Homo , " In Paris next year during the
Louise Natnli is ono of the most versatile
artists in the operatic profession. She is also
an admirable pianist.
Frederick Bert , a well known California
theatrical operator , is to uiunugo Hume's
"Hearts of Oak" next season.
Geraldiue Ulmar is winning golden opin
ions by her acting and singing in Gilbert &
Sullivan's operas in London ,
"Robert Downing will ndd that famous old
Davenport play , "St. Marc , or the Soldier of
Fortune" to his repertoire next season.
Milt Barlow is to play Undo Tom in the
great production of "Unclo Tom's Cabin , "
which opens the Hollls Street theatre Au
Viola Allen , a pretty , interesting little
actress , has cast her dramatic fortune for
sonio time to coma with the Boston Museum
Mine. Pa'ttl , it IB said , has finished her
"Souvenirs , " nnd it is further reported that
tbo book will bo published simultaneously in
London and Paris.
Mine. Sarah Bornhnrdt is under contract
to Messrs. Abbey , Schoeffel & Grau for
three years. She will make the tour of Eu
rope , Asia and Africa.
Nat Goodwin has in ado arrangements to
play a London engagement next spring. Ho
will open in "Tho Gold Mine , " a pluy which
was written to order for the late John T.
Daniel E. Bandmann has decided to open
at the opera comiquo , London , Aug. 4 , in
"Dr. Jekyll und Mr. Hyde , " thus proceedIng -
Ing Richard Mansfield's opening , four weeks
later at the Lyceum.
"Nndjy" will be continued at the Now
York casino until September 7 , when the
entire production will bo removed to Boston
tomukowuy way for "Tho Oolah , " or the
now Gibcrt and Sullivan opera.
Adroit Emma Abbott , having set afloat the
rumor that she would pass the summer sea
son in uropo selecting now operas , now
costumcH and a ballet corps , has quietly set
tled down in the Catsklll hills along the Hud
son to nbido the hot months.
Herr Carl Mayer , of the Stadt theatre
Cologne , a fine baritone , made n decided sue
cess in London at the last Philharmonic con
'cert. Ho has been engaged to sing ut a pri
vate muslcalo given by Baroness do Roths
child , and also for a concert by the Wagucr
society of London.
London Is to have a Russian opera season
early In August. The troupe consists of
twenty principals , a chorus of flfty and a
band of * thirty. It will produce Glinka's
"Life for the Czar" and "Ludmilln , " two
operas by Tschaikowsky , and a list of other
Russian operas only.
The Camilla Urso Concert company , which
is to make a tour of the provinces , beginning
the last of this month , is composed of the
following : Mmo. Camilla Urso , violinist ;
Pliila May Griflin , soprano ; Louis Miller ,
Cleveland Bros. , Ord , Nob.
Dahlntedt M. 1C. , Chapman. Neb.
Doyo it Dorr , Red Cloud , Nob.
Dresser O. W. , Chndron , Nob.
Gilbert 0. E , . Central Clly , Dak.
Galbralth J. E. , Albion , Nob.
Hopkins W. W. . Oakland , Nob.
Harris & Gunnoll , Puxton , Nob.
Irwin & Ileekman , Dcudwood , Dak ,
Jtidd L. P. , Cedar Rapids , Nob.
Jupbon , John , Mead , Nob.
Johnson A. B. . Mason , Nob.
Kin/.ol Urori. , Wisnor , Nob.
Kruuss , Phillip , Plnttsmouth , Nob.
Knrkor , S. J. , Aurora , Nob.
Knowlten E. W. , Oxford , Nob.
Ltuxm & Son , Brainard , Neb.
Lamhofor Ed.Sohyulor , Nob.
Lyons Drug Co. , Lyonfc , Nob. * '
M'aylo , J. W. , Blair. Nob.
Morun John , Olitx , Nob.
Morris & Co. , O'Neill , Nob.
MoEvoy L. A. , North Platte , Nob.
Odonduhl Bros. , LoupCily , Nob.
Ovorliold J. E. . Noligh , tfob.
Pethiek Tlios. M. , Silver Crook , Nob.
Robb.1. D.McCook , Nob.
Slovens W. H , , Ogden , Utah.
Showers \ Co. . Lin wood , Nob.
Stuart & Forritf , Cedar BlulTs , Neb.
Shryock W. B. , Louisville , Nob.
Soykoru E. J. , North Bond , Nob.
Stein & Co. , Lincoln , Neb.
Scull E. B. . Boulder , Col.
Thomas J. R. , Tokumah , Nob.
Travis & Samples , Holdroge , Nob.
Wells W. E. , Burwoll , Nob.
Woods II I. , Stromsburg , Nob.
Wood W..T. ' &Co. , BuiTalo Gap , Dak.
Wlialoy , M. H. , Chirks , Nob.
Wolz Gco , , Fremont , Nob.
Wilson C. W. , Mend , Nob.
Wolf & Gillen , MndUon , Nob.
Young J. P. , Plattsniouth , Nob.
tenor ; J. Aldrich Libbcy , barytone ; accoiu *
pan 1st and piano soloist , H. G. Hopper.
The Coqtiolln-Hadiinr company , which Is to
tour America next season , Is composed ol
besides Coquelin and Jnno Hading , MM.
Abel , Duquesne , Jean Coquulln , Dovoyt"
Rainy , Borel , Stuart and Boulangor ; Me * ,
dames Uertho Stunrt , Pauline Pntry , Mar
guerite Burcty , Bortho Gllbor , Marguerite
MuoRcr , Rcneo Dcmcrcicr , Jenny Rose and
A. Korvlrh ,
Mrs. James Brown Potter will open hot
season under the manacoment of Henry .13.
Abbey , Octobc'r 1 , in Philadelphia , in Tom
Taylor's ' "Twlxt Axe and Crown , " an ex
cellent play. The repertoire will consist of
"Sho Stoops to Conquer , " "Romeo and
Juliet. " "The Lady of Lyons , " "Ruy Blas.'t
"As You Like It" and "Antony and Cleo
ABthocnd of the London theatrical season
approaches , nmmiircra iittumptHttlo beyond
morning performances of drnmatlu novelties ,
mostly unimportant. Perhaps the most In
teresting incident of last week was the first
appearance of Ellen Terry's daughter , who
elects to bo known as Miss Alisa Craig. Hoc
mother played the part of a chambermaid ,
who has but few words to say , and she has
seldom more astonished the public. The sue <
cess achieved by her daughter was onl/
moderate. , _
' * PRI PKHMINT OUOl'S.
The undertaker's no fighter ,
Yet deny the fact , If you can ,
That he's that kind of a boxer
Tiiat always lays out his man.
"Where nro you going this summer , Mr.
Cashboxl" "To Canada. " "Why so farl' '
"It is cooler there than at Slug Sing. "
It is not necessary to jump up and loara a
room because a young lady says she will sing
"Somo Day. " She may not sing immediately.
In Pennsylvania the other day a cat vva <
instantly killed by lightning. Manufacturer !
of the bootjack should at once apply for iu |
A Baltimore man has patented a device fo
measuring ice croam. You can now know id
a dot just how much Ice cream your best.
girl is capable of holding.
How can wo keep the girls on the farml"
asks an agricultural exchange. About the
only way wo can think of is to hlro a dude to
hang around and look sweet.
A boy may groan , nnd from sickness moan ,
from church or the school to stay ; buo
there's no pain so deep him from circus can. , -
keep , because ho ain't built that way. 4
Customer ( to barber ) "I a'poso that la -
your profession it is rather dlfllcult to aehiova
great wealth ? " Barber "Well , I dunne ;
it's like nil head work ; there's plenty of room > < "
at the top. Have your head sandpapered. vj
sir ! "
A little French Canadian boy in Oldtowa
is credited with ono ot the shortest and inostf
comprehensive compositions on record. Tat
teacher told him to wrlto about anything h
could see , and this was the result : "The
stovo. She Is cracked. "
Scientists are wrangling ever the questloiii
of whether monkeys can throw stones *
Whether monkeys can do anything of th <
sort is still an unsettled matter , but a wulli ,
of thrco minutes on any principal street will
convince anybody that they can and do smelt *
"You can't fool the voters I" shouts an osJ
teemed contemporary. Well , no ; it ian'l
necessary , anyhow. About the time tb.9
campaign begins to get red hot the uvorag
voter Is liable to make a fool of himself with *
out any assistance. You'ro going to join
marching club , of course. So bo wo. .
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