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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
LkCAiniLL . riwarUt.
tb most food, i In this model, for In
ataac, at oo shoulder, tb end bang
(of to th floor, lleware, too, of allow
ing too much of th throat od Dk
Id ft Biomlng- gown. Nothing better be
comes on than a high, clo collar
mounted with ruche lhat cllug cha.
Chooee oft. "affordlug" colora. You
UUU I3 AMJ UUirMAU light but the color must be Just right
for the morning. Hrrakfast time la the
tret of a woman' brainy and of her
taate In dreas. too. It I a wlae notion
euoene crrr. oreqon.
WOMEN QIVE MUCH ATTENTION
TO WHAT THEY WEAR.
Brief Olaaca at reacts faailalaa,
Frtvoloas, Mayhap, and Tat Offered
la the Hop Ibat the ataadlaa; Prove
Keetfal to W.arled Weaaaafetaa,
OomI fros Oar Oethaaa.
'w lurk corrrspoadtars-
' VERY cars should
be taken wltb
boua dresses, and
It la a very fool
Uth woman who
allirhU them. The
knowa that It la
easy enough t o
look her beat when
abe la, so to apeak,
on parade, and It
U no matter of dif
ficulty to make a
and to plan a
fown that aball
second one'a beat
effort to please for a half hour or an
evening, but to be attractive at borne,
to nuike the people wbo see you every
day look a aeoond time and aay, "I nev
er aaw you looking better," or eren
"prettier," tbat'a a problem to Ui the
wlta of a witch. To meet all the re
quirement of domestic, oial and Inti
mate borne life and be gowned suitably
and becomingly for all, tbat'a a ques
tion. To f o ou flvluf the husband aur
prise, to ward off the sneer of one'a
beat woman friend wbo happens In at
InopiHirtiine times, and then go away
and tells bow you bar "gone off" sine
your marriage, all these thing need
constant and careful thought. It la. In
a word, cafe to be well dressed every
minute at borne. To allow yourself an
off moment when you think no one will
ee you, or to go trailing about In un-
ROARED LIKE A LION.
A COASTER CAPTAIN'S STORY OF A
to wear trained f owns a often aa possl
bl lu the bouse. Tb young matron
ran simply revrl In trains, thereby
making herself look aa dignified a can
be, and ran so Impress her school
friends wbo com to talk over old times
that they will depart wondering bow
ahe ever grew to It all so ipilckly.
Noihlng seems more suitably dignl
fled and graceful for the bouse Hum a
trained dress. rseclally those for early
In the day wheu an effect of dlshiihllli
la admissible, but by uoon you begin to
be more trim. You need not look Just
like the neit picture, but you should
seem daintily groomed when you look
over the bills, and perhaps apenr he
for the awed tradesman to tell hint
that he baa overcharged, or that "Mr.
Jones does not approve" of something.
You may wear a trained skirt still, but
tb belt needs to b distinctly de
nned, even though you wear over
your shoulders some dainty fichu affair
with long tabs that bang below the
walat Hue. There are lota of these af
faire that give Just that air of drcssl-
ness without which a woman cnnnot
afford to be at home. It la Just this at
tention to detail that makea the ''some
body" of boiue feel Just the bast bit
"prinked" for, and nothing so flatter
a man aa to see that bla wife Is tlx lug
up to please hlin.
Ky afternoon you must be more trim.
Olv up the train, have tlx gown tit
more snugly, let the mnterli.l be crisp,
and play a general effect of rxactuc.
All sort of pretty effects a. to be bud
FOB A DQWWSTAIlia HHB A K FAIT,
tidy uuhecumlugncsa, U practically to
cuufcsa that uo one rare bow you look.
Commence at the duy'a beglunlng to
carry this out. Don't allow yourself to
turn out of bed, as some women do, and
sluinl around through a portion of your
toilet lu your ulght dre. Even thse
women flint claim artistic beauty and
all tbtit for the night dtiwa time their
praise to the hours of moonlight and
go Jets, and admit that In the glare of
morning It becomes a different matter.
While to have a dainty sulwtltut la
not a necessity, It yet Is not an affecta
tion; and If a ganucut'a beauty be suf
ficient excuse for It employment, aa
some claim It Is. theu tlie adorable gown
of becoming oft silk, fluffy with ruf
fle, that I to be slipped on over th
sight dress Is beyond tile need of advo
cate. The first picture give a dainty
uggeNtloii for audi a garment. It ha
big sleeves, and knots lu at the waist
with a sash tie. Thus, all In a moment,
a woman make a new picture of her
self. If that rtlciilur friend happen
lu, or the drcwcimnker, or aome one who
must be seen, there U further service
for It. There are such luxurious wom
en, that. In a gown like this, they lis. re
their breakfast coffee and roll. Then
In Illness, what could tend more to mak
ing the patient better than to feel that
when the doctor come he will And that
he la far from a fright. Such a gown
may be made of aoft flannel, and may
bow the pretty neck, or be high about
the throat. Just aa seenia the most be
coming. Attired In It a woman will be
every bit as fetching as when ahe la ar
raved for a formal breakfast.
For the latter, when a gown la want
ed that will he loose and eaa.v, try aome
thing of the Empire kind. Tbe Mothe
M TIB BBA V Of DOUKSTlCATIOX.
out of tb half Jacket model. Folio
thla next pictured oue and try a bodice
lhat look Ilk a blouse suugly fitted In
at tbe waist by a close belt. Little flar
ing Jacket skirts show below the belt.
Tb blouse fasten uuder the arm; lu
front It I slashed from throat to bust
line, and turned back lu coat collar
rever to allow a pleated yoke. The
blouse haa no sleeves, only extendlug
epaulette that atand out over tbe uuder
leercs, which are of materal to match
iue yoae. i.ei till Dlouse be aome
dainty flowered cballle or wash stuff,
ami the yoke, alcevea and akltt of plain
Aa much aa poaalble, go In for wash
good for tbe house. All the dressc
auggeated ran be made of wash go!.
her are women that have their siiiii-
ier ganicu urease ail made With a
yiew to house wear In the winter, aud
on of the very swellcat hostesses are
atartlng tb fashion of afternoon and
morning receiving In cotton dresses.
tne lovely crepe that you can't tell froia
wool wltbout touching them. Tbe sleeve-
lee blouses described herein ar very
pretty made in openwork, all-over wash
arutr, show ing a solid color and msteri.
al beneath, but whatever you wear look
your beat in the house, no matter what
the time or day.
II Didst "Blow," bat It Kumr Wss asss
Ihisf jtwfal-lt Was Eighty T la
Lsagta sad Msd s Qwtr Looking Hm4
Trtsd t Bwnns tbs Bchooaar.
"No," said Captain J. A. Grossman
cf South Purtluud, "we didu't encoun
ter th sea serix-ut, bnt we bad a strange
experience with a wbule, and I don't
believe anybody ever had the like be
fore. I've becu at aea, man and boy,
fine I was 0 years old, and I never law
the like of th whale we encountered. I
never saw a whale before that dido t
blow, but the oue we met didu't, but it
gave a roar tbut waa awful. "
"It sounded like lb lion in Central
park, New York," said Mis Houston,
wbo wss oue of the party that bad the
"It certainly was more like the roar
of a lion than anything else I can think
of," said Captain Croasman.
Tbe schooner (Jrace Webster, Captain
Croasman, was on her way from New
York to Portland with 4M ton of coaL
Beside the captain aud crew Mrs. Crons
mau, her daughter and Mis Houston
were on board.
Tb schooner wa about ten mile off
Wood inland and making good headway
nuder foil sail, the mute, Merrill Cross
man, at the wheel, when there wa a
sudden oommotiou ahead, and tbe great
bead shot up into tb air aud waa on
level with th deck.
Ou of the crew flrct sighted th
strange creature and called Captain
Crossmau, aud in a moment all on
board bnt the man at tbe wheel were
looking at tb atrarge eight They saw
neior mem an euoriuons bead, one
mas of great bunches, through which
the wicked looking eye of the creature
gleamed They expected th whale, if
such, would "blow," but it did not then
or after. One a narrow thread of what
looked like ateain ahot up, but not a
drop of water waa sent into the air. Aa
they looked at the creature it roared
savagely, aud then drew close up to the
side of tbe schooner, giving them ample
time to observe tb bead, and all agree
that It waa very broad; that it tapered
almost to a poiut, aud that it waa not
very thick through the thickest part
Th creature waa about 73 to 80 feet in
length aud had a very broad tail, very
different from that of an ordinary
whale. In fact, at the time there were
three or four whale iu sight, and they
had no difficulty in noting the point of
difference between them aud the Gran
The great creature went down bead
Drat and then mad a aerie of attempt
to atrike the aide of the schooner with
it taiL It did not succeed aud sw am
around them, roaring loudly, in evident
anger. Theu It went dowu aud under
Captain Oosstnan, wbo bad witched
for thi movement, gave order to be
ready to lower tbe boat, fearing that th
whale might come up nnder them aud
break them in two. It wa very fortu
nate that they were not forced to lower
their boat, aa it proved later to be leak
ing and would not have carried half
their number safely to lund.
lor more than au hour the whale con
tinued Ita remarkable acrobatic perform
ance, standing on ita head, with it
tail waviug in the air nuwt of the time.
It seemed bent on bitting tbe schix'uer.
and It took tbo beet of good seamanship
to preveut au encounter.
At last the whale seemed to get tired
of what had been fun at first, and it
beaded for the went ward.
Captain Crossmau I of the opinion
that thi strange whale must have been
mistaken for a sea serpent many times.
Seen but a short distant' off, the head
would look more like that of a great
aerpeut than of a whale.
The creature, while making ita long
aud repeated attempta to bit Uieachoou
ar, continued Ita roaring wbeu above
water. It would scrape against the aide
or tb schooner and theu would draw
off, aeeiu to be calculating tbe distance.
aud then atrike. The schooner wa kept
on at the right moment, aud the crea
tur missed th vessel every time. It
waa au odd experience, and for a time
there waa something closely resembling
paulc, the women being badly fright'
Bsaatifal ArthltoetanJ tpMisMas to B
bn la fault Tuwas,
It wa my privilege to aee ten of the
cathedral of England, and situated, M
some of them are, in (mail towas, one
cornea on visiting them to know more
of the life of the people than the tonrist
cm attain wbo flies from one great city to
another, aay a writer in the Springfield
Republican. Each traveler will have
bis favorite among them, and all have
their excellence and defects.
Home of them are partially spoiled
by the itnoko of the town, and any res
toration onght to be welcome that will
clean it off. Burn I the case with
York and Lincoln and to a greater ex
tent with Peterborough, whose magnifi
cent facade, or, rather, architect' con
ception of it, is k'jst appreciated by the
Itodv of a nhotoirruuh. As the English
are not inclined to the apotheosis of
dirt, they have iu many case removed
the disgrace in recent years, and Peter
borough itself is now made gloriooa
within in all (he marvelous beauty of
it cream white atone. When these
SEALED BY A SHOT.
A SINGULAR INCIDENT OF THE BAT
TLE AROUND ANTIETAM,
mioa loldtars Almost FsmUhsd Tor Lsch
of Wtr Dlseovsr Bprtsg-A Coefsd
arm L. Shot E acted tb tra(ls For th
iI.a first neen of dawn Hooker,
.1.. ...m rich, having crossed . .... ,.. President la fairly
Antietam creek the prevlou evening. ri.preeutatlve of hi race. In bla you d
KRUGER AND HIS WIFE.
. tha President Of th
fl"' .?:"!:: ,,., ic. baa c"-
u.."' nt iiIh'1 hlui. aw
"... . . Ida claim to that dla-
on Thera are not. beautiful
strong and make up In the aturdy r
Z tor lack of aupertldal reflnemeuti
ALL PRESCRIPTIONS AR ..
10 CENTS .Ar.: LUO'0.
A Chios- lastllstloa ThaA
srvle to tb laOWrli
UB IS in Tsrtou, Br. ""I
Harvsy MsdlesJ sWttl.-. S
Tbeouly dime drug. to,,,
la located in South Halt,-i
At thla difpeusary !J
bad been pounding tbe Confederate, and , .1WUU the .roneat man u reg niUm , of the commi)di)
Lting a. good in return, aud Mansfield tlie republic, and now, at the age of 70. of lie labor lu cm.pnnu.H'JJ'
rn th ceutfr bad been seconding Fight- be I very robust and lg.n,.m ' f. the .urn of 10 UniM bJ,
iug Joe' endeavor with varying oo
ens, so that it waa fully high noon be
fore Burasido ou the left received any
intimation that hi wing of tbe army
wa to have any greater share in the
controversy than that of interested audi
tor. Though there had been some brisk
skirmishing iu front of the left, all eye
in that quarter were turuod toward the
center of the staff, aud when it wa
... ... .. . fl.U I..4
building are not in smoky towns, the I learned that tne gaiiaut
atmosphere, after the lapse of age, bus ! gone down in the conflict there was
aometime. heightened the architectural many a pang of grief, fur Mansfield wa
irvl mn that l-'l dniU'I r i Id irac-efollv a nercj.
-' . "rj o- "
and Salisburv even beautifully. Salis
bury and Canterbury seem well nigh
perfect. In Durham the marble column
are marred by a puerile fluting. Tbe
tower of York are not all flubbed. The
wonderful central tower of Lincoln ha
lost its pinnacle. The great facade of
While tbe troop lay massed by bri
gade in tbe open fields and broiling sun
between tbe creek and the low bluff to
the east of the bridge, tbey sought to pre
pare themselve for whatever might
come by keeping their cauteen filled
with water. The croek, so near and yet
. njf v i v i i . I
Peterborough i out of projiortion to the w far. P" to be danger line for the
building. Tbe external effect of Ely ia occupant or now nanus 01 mo siu,,
too much like a fortros. The spire of
fur it wa almost certain death for
either Federal or Confederate to ap
proach the stream, so that Burnside'
men spent their time by relief in pro
curing the coveted liquid wheresoever it
Litchfield are not mates in color aud are
lomewbut oruate, but upon Canterbury
and Salisbury the eye rests content Aud
vet be ia little to be envied who would
not find intoxicatiuo lov in ever one of : could be found in the rear.
these, so great are they, and in their I Directly eastward from the famou
Taricd power o lifting the beholder toue bridge, and immediately to the
above aud beyond all incidental defect. , rear of one of tbe macsed brigade, and
PKKSIDEST ASP MBS. KR10F.B.
bear on bla body many mark of bla
physical prowess, gained lu those con
tests with the native which have been
so numerous In tbe history or the
Transvaal, and bla left band la mlnu
a thumb, which Kroger himself ampu
tated after It had been mangled by A
The store I a beuevoi..i. i. ..
I ' "' , IIIHTI,...'
s ninininnft ul.l.,1. . uu,
J i-reviooi to l.
tabiitihmcut stcxxl ni..i, .. . :
Ml IS SI! AiJ a
uevolcucej it attract aucucJV
from the patroua fur whose Wi
waa originated. The en. -r
tbe benefit aud tb dm
"h una th,.
niunage to wouther fl,.,...c..i ',
though it might not be aid. .l
umv. uuuvo a"ic WIUllllll fh..
occasional donation of stocks of 1
uirucouo. aim pnpared food. c
cuicago manufacturer do,,,,,. ..
4Ka f-linrtfw 4ttMn,l r'Wlj
...... ..j .un,.,uiicju on itifiw
The drug store is tart hd T".
... J iiui sett rnu,.
210. 8111 Sonth Uulsted street HI
of Chicago luhabttixlfcirth. '
by "shubby genteel. t, htlm,
.... au la.
too nonest to tcal" and a .mi
nln.a nut afV.w-t.wl l. l .
Z7L '"uo .
The modicnl settl
of the following numed chariutk
ititntion: The Harvey h.wpim,;
i ucnuwc;, uarvey iraluiniSa
ForNnrses, Hnrvey "outnraMlJ".'
vey Medical college aud HrliC
A. o V "
and it is quite to the credit of tbe young
woman from Spriugfleld who is said to
faava burst into tear at the sight of
ROME AND EARTHQUAKES.
A morkis gab.
Hubbard Is an abomination.
whose wife appear before
ought to be allowed a dtvorc at one
on that ground alone. It la a problem tc
plan a gown that aball not b formal
and tight and yet not wrapper Ilk and
alonchy. A feasible design next baa
the artist's atteutlon. It la cut prlucesa,
but follow tbe line of th flgur only
vr tb bust, th skirt spreading away
from ther. A cuuulugly devised ar
rangement of drapvry can almulat
partially tb lit of a bodies, th gown
showing above In yok effect Beware
of dumpiness in your wrapper, set th
Wily long ended bow where It will do
Rreaktaa s llaltrr Pali..
In a late issue 1 saw au liicjulry aa to
now to oreaa a horse from halter null.
Ing. 1 have used several methods, and
bar found oue that answers all pur
posrs, nisi irriins niignt netp some
on. It la easy on the horse, because ha
will not pull very hard, nor very nisnr
Time, i as about rolirteeu fst nfl
bair inch rope, making a small loon on
one eud. pass It around the body of the
nors at the girth, put the other end ot
tb rope through th loop, take un th
alack aud pass the end alongside of th
houlder and through th ring In th
nailer, ana nitcn to manger. It will
Houston said that the sight of
that great mass standing almost uprigli
In niiducean wa scinethiug not to be
forgotten. Captaiu Croasman is uuoer
tatu whether th whale 1 a natural
fighter or whether it waa frightened
when it came up out of the water, and
a a result of it confusion made tbe re
peated attempt to sink th schooner.
Oue of the crew bit it with a bolt, aud
many time Captaiu Crosanian said he
could have hit it with a board from the
deck. He did not venture to do anything
w runner arouse ita auger aud let it go
in peace. Portland (Me. ) Presa.
A Story Akoal Jofca Wusmskw.
I ran across my old friend Jim Bid-
die of th Itiddle of Philadelphia yea
terday, and we fell a talking about John
auamaker. Said Jim : "A good many
year ago l wa clerk in a store in Chest
nut street at a salary of 173 a month.
ini day a dray waa driven op to the
door, and the driver, coming iuto the
tore, haudM me an order for two bolt
of olotb. It wa tigued 'John Waua
maker. John waa a struggling beginner
then, and the house decided that it did
not kuow him well enough to sell him
the cloth on time, so I waa Instructed to
end word that w could not deliver th
good without th money." New York
It Is (aid that th late Prof,
Ulackie had a quaiut, cereinonioua little
way of exprvemng bis reverence ft the
w laard of the North. Wheuever. throneh
hi kmg life, he bawed Walter Scott 'a
bouse in hdiuburah. he won lei tnd
. The man often aav. a good halter and the bora. .till. ud. a.Vmain
him nm!fwm ailing over b.ckward.-lre.Hlera'f, , moment Tu aileut mrtitaTiT
Working Thrrs-War-Old Colta.
The three-year-old colt slum Id not b
put at bard work. He should bar
Strauger were tifteu pnaalett when they
aw the venerable figure of lVfsaor
Blackie, staudiug motioulcs in Castle
atreet. bis tilald blown bv the wind, and
enough to do tu exercise hi mum-lea, hia face wearing a look of dreamy ab
but without the danger of atralnln attactiou. AnmW nt of d.r..
them. Th ymiug colta should ha n.,.l BU-k la, tat filial Blltnfe,ttllB AHA I s 1 I i M . 1 M
beside an old aud eteady horse, and a lady, haaid abruptly: "Wbeu 1 walk
thua used It will not b apt to do too al.uig I'Tiuces' street, I go with a kingly
much. If wtwked without Inlurr Aie- air. m hii.l am.t n,. ,.V
Ing th year they ar three year old my bair flowing, my plaid flying, my
they will not b likely to b strained atlck .winging. IV, you know what
by any task In later yeara, after boas makea in do that! Wail rn .n
nd muscle u hardened. Just ooncctt 1"
Oa tbs MsTgiB ol a Great Beat of Tolesols
Corray It Bast.
The Eternal City ought to be exempt,
say the London Standard, from all thut
appears, however remotely, to menace
ita stability and endurance. Yet no one
wbo look from the Juniculum, or even
the Forum, to tbe noble outline of the
Alban bill can well forget that Rome
I on the margin of a great seat of vol
canic energy. Tbe luke of Nemi sleep
o serenely in it crater basin that it re
quire an effort of imagination to think
of the time when the wbule mountain
mas wa raised. That, of course, be
longs to a prehistoric, or rather a prii-
tiue, geological aga Bnt no proscription
avails against seismio influence.
Tbe fires of Vesuvius had become only
tradition if, iudeed. they bad not
been quite forgotten when the memo
ruble outburst occurred which saved
Pompeii for the modern world by sud
denly converting its site into a vast ex
pause of ashes. Nothing so tragic, it
may be hoped, is in .tore for tbe pleas
ant city by the Tiber. Movement of the
earth have occurred many a time aud
oft, and have done nothing worse than
give fright to the nervous aud feed the
uperstitiou of tbe vulgar.
The fall of Casr waa heralded by
one of thexe convulsion, but, as far a
our information goes, the uuly analogy
to be oitiHl from a recent experience waa
tbe precipitate descent of a marble
ahield beariug tbe arms of Spain. Hud
it been the emblazonry of Portugal, a
niystio significance might, just now.
have been suspected. But enough ma
terial dumuge was occasioned to justify
the concern creuted. The earthquake
waa no respecter of persons, for it awoke
the venerable pontiff from hi light
lumbers iu the Vatican, and roused the
inmates of the prisons to fruntio effort
to break through their barricades. So
much mure precious is life than liberty.
bursting gun. Although lacking tbe
education of schools. Paul Kruger haa Dr. Marshall, Dr. France DM-.,
shown himself to be a man of com- and Dr. Effle Lobdoll, assisted .
scarcely 200 yard distant from the maud Intellect and a born leader. lie Amy JUuce, a registered phartniri.,
creek, was found by aome of the eager rule his people with a Btrong band. chorgo of the drug store, aud rock
seurcber a diadem in tbe ahape of a "Oom Paul." a he Ib familiarly called liuiana who may chunce tohTeiv
- . ... a l. I I 4 .1.. . I. ,1.. TI L , . vr-t
stream or cooi, pure water pouring irom oy ma peopie, uus uevu si cue u i iu u uotciuai nsrs am.
.. - , . . , . I ... a l - 1CJUI -1 ... iC .
tne lace oi asutiyemDaiiamenioi scarce- tne jrausraai liovernmeui siuc in itimiK" u iou community, fromis.
ly more than ten feet in height and will probably retain the Prealden- teal standpoint -
Th Orl.lo of Donflrea.
It is just a well thut the police and
the insurance companies object to bou
fire ou election days, indifferent to the
fact that treet urchius are simply reviv
ing the rites or Haul and Moloch. When
During all the past time that thi
diminutive stream hod been making ita
egress from the bosom of the earth it
bad been permitted to spread itself out
over the adjoining meadow land or find
it way to tbe creek through the shallow
moras that formed at the base of tbe
insiguiflcaut knoll from which it seeped.
Never, perhaps, since the creation did
such a small trickle of water jump o
suddenly into importance and usefulness
aa did the one in question, for the prac
ticed eyes of tbe water famished Yan
kees, wbo bad learned by their experi
ence on the peninsula to amell water
afar, followed up the moistened water
course to it source, and, having found
the head thereof, it was but a matter of
a few minute till they ha J a solid
stream of the sparkling gem of about
one-half inch in diameter pouring
through a trough which had been im
provised from tbe bark of nearby sap
ling. This improved condition of the little
stream, becoming known to all tbe
troop lying near by, proved to be the
signal for a general riot, for the strug
gle for the privilege of holding tbe can
teen nnder the spout became so boister
ous that the officers were compelled to
place not only a guard, but a cordon, of
troops around it to prevent the contend
ing soldiers from murdering each other
in their mad endeavor to get just one
taste of tbe coveted prize. All this, too,
in the face of the fact tbut the Johnnie
beyoud the creek hud opened their bat
teries aud musketry ou the columns
then moving in the direction of the
bridge, and numerous missiles found
their way to a disagreeable proximity to
the spring. But jnet a a semblance of
order had been restored the word waa
passed to "full iu," and the life giver
was left to itself and for the time for
gotten, but a the brigade advanced by
battulion the soldier could not refrain
from catting a backward glance of re
gret at the thread of silver dancing in
; tne aiternoon sun.
! Half au hour later the battle wa on
, in all ita fury, and every moment add
i ed to the stream of wounded men pour
j iug backward out of the line of danger.
Those who kucw the sDring mode
tlal office while be live. He receive Other ocietie take an Interest h.
a anlary of f,'W,0ti0 a year, with an an- poor of tbia neighborhood ; the Ewa,
nuul allowance of 1.5O0 for coffee, the league look to the preservation rf
beverage wltb which be regale all eased and other souls, and Hull HjJ
comer at the (lovernment bouse lu Christianly endeavor to nromota iffll
Pretoria. He claim descent from tbe aocially, but the Hurvey settlemoitk
Swedish Queen Christina, wbo abdl- control from a mediciual point of a
cated the throne In HKH. Mr. Kruger compasa, and Judging from iUsdVa.
I a typical lioer woman, rat, awawaru wora since wie inauguration ofltifffr.
and ungainly, but a goou wire ana me jun. i, joon, it jubort
mother of eleven healthy children.
Saved by a Mountain Girl
So many railroad trains are aaved In
Btorles In all aorta of Improbable waya
and by all aorta of Improbuble peopl
that It becomes almost a wonder that
any are ever wrecked. One of tbe latest
and most thrilling of such escape from
wholesale destruction ia uarratcd by "a
New York traveling man," aa be la re
ported by tbe Washington Star
It waa on a mountain road In Tennes
see. The train waa a mixed oue that
la, there were two passenger cars, a
baggage car, and In tbe rear a fiat car
loaded with ties.
We were coming down a long grade
or ten miles, at the rate of perhapa
tweuty mile an hour, when I happened
to look back Just lu time to see a coal
train coming after us. It bad been upon
a "siding," and by aome accident bad
started wltb no one on board. Indeed,
when I caught sight of It, a mnn was
In furious pursuit, but wa being fast
I made a rush for our conductor, but
be bad already taken the alurm and or
dered the engineer to put on all ateam.
crowned with warranted rocctsx Tti
Harvey hospital was opened on tint fc,
and started in busiues with aerate
aud lour patlcuts, and bai lion be
reconstructed o a to accommoditi i
(unerera. Ihe services of tbs best as
and women physicians aud nrtcaii
accorded patieuta at a uuminil ratai
In case of extreme poverty or amk
are rurnlshed free of charge. Tin itt
tion of the management of tb bafii
as I the case in tbe government of b
dime drug store, ia to provide I frop
piace lor worthy poor, who down.
the county hospital becanM of tbtil
most general aversion to being tlaaj
among paupers, resulting from bcuji
patient iu a free bospituL Aodtbma
poor and sick able to afford tieMtj
treat nieut aud nursing in abospiaJsl
tills sort who could not pay tbeorthrl
cost attached to receiving properBtdiol
attendance. The income from kfist
at the Harvey hot-pitul duet sf.wr 1
the expense of luaiutuiuiug iacif
tion. Any physiciuu of good itati
permitted to pluce putieuts in hk
Harvey dispensary is for imDtu
atteutlon to those who rartiii H-
Cliristiamt nihil nlil u-v. ...,
torn could not be abolished, aud so tbe ,,raiu,way ff it, followed by others.
heathen, still hankering after the an- ,ur.wuo UI "ose wno ever bad the ex
cient deities, but half coutrolled by pope
or bishop, made tlieir bonfire on the
eve of St, Peter or St. John. Oue use of
bonfire iu the not so far distant pact
"ca. tm'uus oi uipiuieciion. IU OlB
"History of the Plague" Defoe tells of
bonfire lu London streets. There is re
on to suppose that iu kindling such
Are there was still a remuaiit of super
tition left It was iu a measnro a sao
ritioe to BaaL As to the excelleuce of
tbe method of making fires to drive
away a plugue, the benefit would be
questionable. Anyhow it may be dwelt
upon aa the earliest effort made toward
cremation, for it was of some alight use
when au iufocted neighborhood caught
nre ana was reaucea to aches; but then
the remedy might have been worse than
the disease. New York Time.
A Trick of th Orwks.
A party of tourist wending it way
u iue rannenon in Auiens is almost cer
tain to have attention attracted to a
group of peasants animatedly discussing
some object they have evidently just
dug from tbe ground. It is a gold coin
incrnsted with dirt The dust rubbed
off, a coin of the time of Philin or
A lexaudur is disclosed. Of course every
oue of the party i anxious to secure the
relic, which is flually bought at a very
high price. Tbe coiu was mad in
Birmingham but a few weeks before, and
ts only value i it gold, which is gen-
Hor TarkUh DsearaUoa.
At some of the elaborate club func
tioua at which Mr. Char lea Henrotin
haa been the guest of honor ahe ha
worn a beautiful badge, evidently some
foreign insignia, on the corsage of her
always handsome toilet. Thi is the
decoration of the "Royal Order of the
Chefakat," and representa the honor
conferred by his majesty Abdul Hamid
u, aultau of Turkey while Mr. Hen
rotin was actiug president of tbe wom
an a branch of the World' Congress
auxiliary. Tbe membership is known as
tbe Order of the Uood, aud the decora
tion i gold star aud crescent of the
Ottoman empire, suspended from a Urge
bow of the Turkish color of the order
The background is a beautiful design of
gold, beariug th star, which la orna
mented with wine colored enamel, dia
monds, ruble aud cmeralda,
the euglueer could, however.
tbe coal train gained uoon us evprv mn. dent iu factories and others wbutwai
ment, and It soon became apparent anddenly ill, a I of ten the cm, tr
that our only salvation lay In the no, living iu filth and insufficiently n
Ibillty that the wild train would jump 'ttte quarters, from crowding intotns
tbe track before overtaking us. That monts aud such aimilur causw coma
was a very alight chunce, for our train to poorer districta of largecitlfa 1 1
wa shaking so that It waa all we could Clurk. M. D. . presides over tin oUspex-
do to keep our place. sary and the place is kept open iU4?
Some of the men were with the trreat. Treatment is furnished at acort wba
est difficulty restrained from Jumping brings it within the reach of eveBta
If, but the only woman ou board, a most poverty trickeu, as the chirp
nouieij mountain girl, sat quiet Su ick and injured ia necessarily w-
. . ,..nua ui,. Bull imp inni I rnn niunan.niv id n.tr i r un .t n i j iua. - .
bolted tlirmi.fh (I.. I .... ..... . ... . .'. .. i J.Lt
......nu ,Ur vni uuu oui or ii.ft is admitted this rtoinonsiirT u ouru -
She bad thrown herself off, most useful aud carefully niuagl
. mil no: sue lied inmlu fnr I th. nit
me piutrurm car though bow aim
got there waa a marvel-and before we furuithe a practical aud thorongbcoow
ur sense we aaw bor of lust ruction -to women in tin cm-
tumbling the ties off the rear of the car sick aud wouuded that they may b
1 1 TJ tint . . . . I. I i
K"u me uuca. atillfnl ...A mi in tnenon
uis way and thnt thr tin Ani -j i i ... t: artdrtr;
a a? "i t it uuar i Dim in in aMiii i i i wiiniH. luim nv""-
V.00:.!1"l" B,,u'k "Pritt In a cattle I auperiuteudont of this bruuehof B
buiini. iue next moment the mI train ,- .net nal
Bt.l,.lr 1 ., .w..M I . V J WCUItNl BVUIIUIIU
W them, there was a terrific crash, neither time nor labor iu teachingtk
in attendiuiea tlm art of caring W
n1.. i .t. . "v "aveu, aim by that hnnu.lt. airl- Tl. ...1, I t uid torn!""
.vou.viuh nuui iu neroe I moiintiiin ,ri, ..i . ' "-uuui i"r-- -- ,
battle then rafflno- lea . girl. She wore a calico dress trained nnr for service iu or
di-,.,. .a """" ana " oW aunbonuet. but I tell . " . "
iTjunCTiuoui turmoiL so : ' " I
fierce waa the trn0i7l ti.-t j " 'ra" lu ,u" ttl her reet The nnnHntndmit of the M
troyed the spout, aud the mad aud fam- I answer all call to attend pwp
ished men would rush forward tf nni. orow. their home. She is freoueutly wqir;
to get a hand wet ' " 7" become thoroughly ac- to furnish her service to cbildtw
At thi supreme moment . .,ea.w."n tht tree's mode of growth look tn tl, mmf.irti. of newborn
battery took a position on the knoll im- I,, .1 "i. 'n,Prtanca ,i to keep and graciously assist afflicted
mediately above the spring and opened ... ction the "cambion In timea of death among their b
on me enemy. Thi brought a reply
from a Confederate battery on the high
ground beyoud the creek, aud about the
first gun from the other side settled the
couteutiou as to the value of the little
ream, for a solid ahot struck the em
bankment about a foot above the outlet
of water, buried itself out of tight aud
.u im U1B water as completely aa
penence can forget for a moment the
terrible condition of a wounded soldier
with an empty canteen?
If the strife for possession of the
spring previous to the advance bad been
furious, it wa now a thousand time
worse, for around that bit of moistnra
a uinuueueu, ireugiea mass nr 0...1 ..
bleedina hnn.anit in .11 , " " ",,r W,M" t"lU.
o J W VUUUlblUUS I e V
nuuuua resuuius rrom tha fl.,.
Invar" .1 . .7 " camuion m lime 01 aeatn among
betwee7 ! '1 Tm tuM one. The "out practice" cowim
oetween the wood broner and i, k 1. JL:i.i.... n,icli
Tl.o ri., un uia uars. uiiuisienug 10 cniiureu s wau..
tissue o 7; rr;M i,n1bs,ant Uy do not come in the medical category
viaiuin (in iv nn. 1 im niTiin naiiiui rt tvmi rn ainiiiiii i"-
of V. , lC!r:a "PPwintly all clothing. There are many car
variety nft-l ti T b iTen P60"'6 in immediate neignw
the blrk e, , T.he Ua lyin nw,re8t whe A Nothing is ou baud to
ine bark contribute a permauent sr. hi.
HOU to the tree's n.. .L!i .. 1. ts
cuiupieieiy aa a which ,ui idom uanrey Aledicai conege " r"V
-t ever stopped the flow from the from ''e! .th' 0od,,loMrlych8e dof the regular school of
le of a hydrant Notu-ith a;.. I"1. caihian layer" to real tr avJ. i. f:, , oiven
the excellent ; practice of the rebel artil- each 'ear" - th,ckw lng' according an opporttaW
lery wme of the offering .oldier. hov- SLV.f !' 'ud Bt ,b time the tree attendauca to those who are other
nnht J . uuunoiner bark on all tL 1 . ' ulnlw 'mitruction la made an w u,u"
te .k PrYed ' Tain dw" Wued ti l ,t0, ' Mrtain Mte"t tical aM of the school'. counJ
indeed, as the .writer. SO day. thereaft- ?f ,be ca.bi.n layer with the hospluL Among the
Ih'a'IS ,hat W,y' on"I,t jP rf S ,u,ulnc'. and when thi. are found wr.on. of all calling. "
the coveted nectar nrf a Wholly cease the resnlt . . vu psnuui ui iiai
i.im,, .1 . lu ouiy thB 'rin.i " "uuesi in aa leaohors, druggist, cieriw, --
ideuce Uiat a stream had ever tw-S r,n new wood and , 1.' h-nni i"1
from the m n L Z "7, "T,T D0.WM layer of uewlr 7 "T"U? ne ? wnographera. who have oecuu,.
- - o'upiaated re- .-j . . ' muer oark.
mams of the in,nw,i...j ends of each limh i, ... ''
Pittsbnr,, ni.r..7V""CT 8p0nt OeDtiblv-fnT" " V'muo r0W'
O -"' iwiii,
T. ..... ... . .. If
oeptiblyfrom V a"0 Vt- narvey Medical Beiuemeii. - ,
ccordiug to thi DCiMt0 ,wofeet' on of those who have inW
rna fn,L. J- iPc' but knot., it, the right thing in the right pl
Winks-What make. i.t v, . higher f. Z L " tnjnk aw no U tupplyicg a long felt waut m
Jinks-I have .,7 daughter nous bV7o e. th" WM WMtln8 community. -Chicago in
thZr rV'B : KansaBbaTnl
You . f0U blue over it! fonr t the ground "wi 1 bYw0h tlng to rupltal punlBbnient '
IS ZLTVZ der Ita'provU.o'uB a d'efendan,
ever breath! T k... . " I 7. . " ueu in trea 1 " iiviioua a u-iru .
ever oreatneit I have six daughters .11 8t iU growth." nnt M u " . t JT.....I... 1- to del"1:
uiaii im. 1 1 n . .1.1 . - ss a . - " ci ui wn 1
. I' ' " "'n. and I've got " " l nowinB but littl- .w. but the ,.te,,ee
Brave conquerors ! for
akl ttAa iL a
war av-.i.,., " 'D "ai
hu .7n ' .,"wo"afcnon "dth
u army or ,he motlllM
J.da originally .igDifle, w hich it i. Ejected iuTh.. w00
Peraun. without regarj to ni of th. m.nuf JZ S""""
loJs. "nviaaiia uuroa-
ofnedle baa little of the
but the senteuce cannot be 'xefV,
until the prisoner hue served on
In the penitentiary aud the
alveu bla official consent by
a death warrant. The law n ,
on tha .t. since tor.
inemaaufactnrwt r "ua ie siaiute boog ever i""" .
1 . uuioreJ tobacco. Thl.l. mia.1 . ..... stateb
opea uy , kiud of f - - - . ,u urn , -
-uu, Biiuougu some 01 iur u.
crime ever committed have J'j,
the State, no governor ba be0
big to Blgu a death warrant