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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 27, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE THK LEAPIHO THE BURLINGTON HAWKEfl PART rAtom 4 FABLISHED ii I ROOM Bip of All Kinds From Secret Society SUNDAY JULY 180aEJGHT PRICE 15 CEKTS PCI WEEK afaCBiflcent Masonic Temple Wlilch tWllI be Erected In Will EcllpK Any Similar Struct ure in the taking out of a building permit to Masonic temple at State I Randolph marked practical beginning of a structure gives promise of being the roost nol le of the great buildings of that and op the most notable in the Tha sectors announce their intention of put jnp a building which of its kind shall The plans so far as matured T bear out their e project lor a great Masonic temple h should be a center where every Ma body in Cook county might gather long been an ambition of enthusiastic Tbe first positive step i the realization of the scheme was D about five months The block agon the east side of State jen Haudolph street and Burton was This crcrchaaa was 1 March being paid for the liavc bceu some vexatious ques B of title aud some delays in the or izatiou of the corporation and tlir clos subscriptions to the capital CHICAGO MAEOXIC ode matters have been practically and the way is clear to the erection the he plans for the building are aot yet p Little more tbaii the ex r has been and that jnay be liurnham Root are the archi B most important point settled is that I structure will be tho highest building will have eighteen 1 the rocf will be feet from the pave The ground dimensions will be 170 1114 The structure will be entirely I What the exterior facing will bo yet It may be terra or a special brick made for this par r In any case the exterior 1 be but a not bearing any t of the weight of tho If it B not for thu dauber of fire from sur buildinira the whole exterior lid be of honovil IValure of the interior will be b plan for having retail shops located on aral Im he basement will be the st restaurant in the It will oc pyall the bitscmiiit floor except what be nctLssary fur storage rooms for the ail The restaurant will bo led elaborately iu e entrance to tbo main building will fromStntc It will be fortytwo thigh and thirty feet This will 1 into a rut uiula having an area of are and nptu to the extreme height Ethe linislifil all the way up to 1 D ruof with plate glass and mar There will be L tessdated Homan At the back of this rotunda will bo tha eighteen in set in a tho first tloor will be elaborate wait An oniutc miirble staircase Head to the All the stores dng Sliitc anil streets will also eentnimxs from the ao ficvciitifiith and eighteenth floors be duvLitiil exclusively to Masonic liLre will ie a great hall in which whole rmd lodge nuiybe maneuvered and there will be many lodge A will extend around the KNIKITS OF t Abstrurt of tho Minbtilijp to April lie abstract of the membership ou April from the report of Supreme lic bter Xelson to tlie shows i MassachnsPtts liis surrendered tho she lias so lumjhrld second among e states in numerical strength to h had nt that date lo in York ut the same ehad IVuiifsbee comes next to lachusitts wit h a niciulnrship of jsylvanin stands Jifth oil the list with and Kratiicky sixth with 1 to April 1 Texas had increased Kew York Kentucky Tennes Pinnsylvanm ilj uud Miussachusetts Louisiana iu the same period had ided 3 frThcro applications filed with Bupreme reporter in tho four weeks ng May of which number Texas w York Louisiana jia Mississijiiii Indiana Xew icy Massachusetts t Of tho deaths in the assessment thrie irere and the nmount dred to pay the benefits The paid in by the deceased was I average of The average time o Trsi i iud 4 Of were Intween nnd 30 years of B at time of init iatiou there were 14 who Id a toul of uu average of i whopo overuse time wns 7 jears and 7 jnths 45 were between 30 and paying total of an average of and Jo time 9 years nnd 4 months 79 wore en 40 and paying a total of L average of average time 3 and G months 14 were between 50 paying a total of an avcr of nnd whnse average time was 1 years nnd 1 The highest were by one who d at years of with a member iip of 13 years and 1 month SS7C by one who had been a member 10 years and 1 and by another at who i been iu 10 years aud 5 Slow but stiiidy Gain in Otlivr e annual report of the grand encamp nt of Utah for the year ending March Of shows a net gam iu membership of Amouut aid for relief and charity ing the K30 revenue for the total amount of pronirtv iThe past year has been the mostpros in the history of the Missouri juris The present membership is sum of contributed to Johnstown The grand letters and communi wrote letters and granted 151 He instituted three subor e lodges and six Kebekah vis i fortyfour subordinate lodges and held etings in four ic Odd Fellows of Chicao been consiilidated with Xorth tern Odd of Minneapolis and L with offices in Paul and Chi This will result in giving the order I the a handsome and newsy Charles formerly of The wall have charge of tie Chicago i to the pronosed Odd FeUows of amount to New York has S80 working MMMChnsettB bag part There are Odd Fellows in Indiana bu 588 RED Vaiiou of IntciMt fram Ilaaj It is expected that a new council of degree of Pocabontai will materialize very shortly in The great chiefs of Massachusetts arc constantly engaged visiting the tribes and councils of Pocahontos in that Massachusetts of Cam celebrated its third anniver sary on the 19th of Towamcncin at only two moons has a member ship of with twenty to Mohawk tribe of five suns has on the with tea to The state league of the chieftains league of BedMeiwas instituted in Elks Jane KNIGHTS OF flic Thirteenth Tear of the Endowment supremo in his last report says The quarterly period ending March completes the thir teenth fiscal year of the endowment The new business since 1 exceeds that of the previous Fortyeight new distributed throughout 24 states of the were Ohio shows the greatest Wisconsin has added and Indiana follows with One thousand nine new members have been added and new endowment is of S 178 members and endowment over the new business of last Duringthe fiscal year just closed 174 new sections were new members representing During the same period the payments to beneficiaries of de ceased members amounted to The increase in membership in Illinois last year was There is a lodge in Philadelphia named Fourth of July Kalamazoo a membership of Four thousand members him been en rolled in Ohio since last Since the organization of the cupreme lodge in 180S the subordinate lodges have paid Lee of has a membership of and is worth In there are about 500 They are talking of erecting a six story castle to cost and sup plied with all the modern Fort has 2SO of Wisconsin has a membership of The knights of have a brass AMERICAN LEGION OF The Fast Commander Henry of In the death of Past Commander Henry of Equity Bos the order in New England loses a stanch friend and willing Com panion Edes was not a man who belonged to many fraternal societies the American Legion of Honor was the only one with which he was He had a firm and abiding faith American and was happy in the belief that the order would faithfully carry out its agreement with his He was a man of sterling a true a genial com an honest During his con nection with the order his council honored him with every position within its and by the grand commander of Massa chusetts he was entrusted with the care of several councils as his Ho also served on a committfy of the grand coun lie was a man in whose heart there was no The order is tho gainer for having known Says The American Logion ol Honor Journal In his report to tho supreme lodge United Workmen last year Will iam of the com mittee on vital was inadvertent ly led iuto doing an injustice to the Amer ican Legion of In his report to the session just closed ho thus makes amends In preparing the table for last owing to an oversight the deaths in the Ameri can Legion of Honor for two years in stead of one were included in the compu tation hence their death rate appeared as per when it should have been but per Their rate for this year is per making their protection at about f per Xoiitanu Welcomed to tho Items of Another jurisdiction Montana has bceu added to the by the su preme lodge adopting the favorable report of the committee to whom was referred the resolution of tho Montana in which th3T expressed their desire to be come a separate The committee ou supreme medical ex aminers report at the recent session of the supremo lodge recommended the holding of a convention of grand medical examin ers at the place of meeting of tho supreme lodge in the day before the supreme lodge the grand lodges to bear tho expenses of such It was Total membership in good standing Mav The total gain of the entire order during April YDS 199 Tho total disbursements of the benefi ciary fond during the twentyone years of the orders existence up to the close of the last fiscal year amounted to By this amount was paid death that number of families having been benefited by the The supreme lodge has fixed the maxi mum number of assessments for Illinois at Several of the other juris dictions have had their maximum in There are thirty counties in Illinois in which there is no lodge of the Ancient Order of This is the latest social secret fraternal and differs in its general principles from any other One of its special features is to loan money to its It also protects them from want during sickness and cither at the end of six or ten as the members mayseleot when they join the the amount borrowed is canceled and the remainder of the cer tificate The plan is such that all per sons who are eligible to membership and who are between the ages of 18 and 65 may join a subordinate senate by complying with the laws of the and who will afterward pay all assessments as they be come duo may receive at the end of six or ten years a benefit of a sum not to exceed a sick benefit not to exceed C50 per or a loan not to exceed of the certificate of United Order of The grand grove of the American United Order wus held recently iu There was a large number of representa tives The business was trans acted in a very satisfactory and the following grand officers were installed for two years Ebennann Gottlieb Warren sec Henry Hollenberg treas Charles Lotz Will iam Schumaker John Messerschmidt FredSud brink Ferdinand The capital is and amount paid out for sick benefits daring the term was and for funeral benefits daring tame period Total amount received during the just closed f KoufiH os WOMAN AND HER The Sad Time in a Womans When She Has No Tfce Motherly Kome Never In Fashion Fifth Avenue Waft a There time In a womans lite when she is too old for the dance frolic of the and too young for the quiet corner of the Xo class claims She feels often like an alien from the com monwealth of In charitable work and in social life the invisible line Is Xo one invites her now to preside at the fancy booth or hasten the sale of flowers with her gracious Neither is she asked to give tho dignity of her age and position as one of the patronesses of the She is laughed at if she dresses in the gay colors her soul or scolded by her family for always wearing She has no part in the but is quiet ly relegated to the position of stage setter and prompter while younger and older women pose and win Her beauty Is not at its best She has neither the fair girlish lace which is the prophecy of what it will nor the sweet old faso which is the history of what it has White hair does not crown her with and she has lost the golden curls of her The blossom has faded and the fruit does not yet compensate for its The trials of the transition state envelop her in the Sometimes sbe feels that her husband is almost deserting her for the youuR daughter who is the second edi tion the girl ho fell in lovo years The solving of the domestic pro blcm has not made such drafts upon liis mental and physical resources as it has upon He is a comparatively young and no one dreams of asking him to step aside from any familiar At times she wonders if she is not a childless She was necessary to her little but her growing sons and daughters do not seem to need her at least they do not cling to her with the ten der caresses of their classmates and embryo lovo af fairs fill their lives so full that the mother almost feels crowded The Motherly But theres something white waving in the air further It is on tho wrong It it The womanfs hands ore so full she cant wave anything else but the and be likes Careless womens babies always do like all manner of irregular and thrive on And is such a happy golucky with her bonnet all her arms full of and the baby al most upside down on her Such an indignant woman for a moment when the car rumbles past snch a good tured one when she sees the mistake she has Overthe cobble through the splash into a puddle she her face growing more her bang fitraighter every and at losfc half half plunges into the car as the con angry at tho pulls the bell ropo and we trundle on while the careless woman drops one bun lets fall two more trying to secure the and nearly drops the baby picking up all It is safe to wager that she is as kind as she is that her house looks as if two cyclones have held a courtship in but that ycifll liavo tho nicest home din ner if you drop iu unexpectedly that hun gry man ever Not tho fancy Ices and but tlio cream gravies and thick pies and white bread that your moth er used to itnd a welcome wanner than an August The careless a little too a little too but with room iu her warm heart for all suffering There ore days when youd rather be held to her capacious even at tne risk of being smeared with the molasses one of tho twins hag just wiped off on her as she caught him because he bumped bis precious head with the than be admitted to the presence a York An Old Probably the oldest living authoress ia this country is Elizabeth Oakcs who was very prominent before the not only as a writer but as a Although she is still a contributor to ono of the literary both in prosa and her name is rarely seen and the general impression doubtless is that she has passed The standards of criticism are so different non from what they were thirty years since that her work tragedies and miscellanies not be ranked nearly so high as Born at what is now her maiden name was was married at 1C to Seba author of the once famous Jack Downing She became a widow soino twenty years ago and has been living most of tho tima sines at the small town of near the where at 84 sho is in ex vigorous She was one of early advocates of womans speak ing on the subject in all the larger cities and contributing various articles to the magazines of the Woman and Her published forty years attract ed much atteution and elicited warm com Smith has witnessed ex traordinary changes in the republic and has survived nearly all of her contempora many of whom occupied exalted posi tions in her youth and have now passed into The Natural Beauty of tbe The nails of the fashionable woman ore put it positive abom They just as anything that is overdone and pronounced is And they are altogether agin quite as much so as if they were stained with henna like those of her East Indian To conform to nature the nailshould be trimmed to follow the line of the finger instead of being slanted up in a long sharp which is supposed to add a tapering look to the but really suggests the claws of a And then they aro polished too To a fastidious raind the overwrought glistening of the noil is as causeit is as the painted check or the darkened Artifice in the finger tips is no less vulgar than arti fice in the Audit is not Nature is an artist who does not make mis If the beauty of tbe nail were really enhanced by laying a hard glistening polish upon sho would have known how to do York Evening It Was a A bit of Vassar history not generally known to the public is the fact that this womans founded by a wai the thought of a weaker Matthew Vassar had a Mnswoman who wasjmncipal of a young semi nary in Miss Lydia Booth by an estimable and accomplished AVhcn Vassar was consider ing the question of the final disposition of his fortune he was strongly inclined toward the establishment of a hospital which ahould be upon the lines of Guys hospital in While considering tbls schema Miss Booth suggested that a wise plan bo the foundation of a college for to be to them what Yale and Har vard were to Vassar was what is called in the popular phrase a self made This was true of him intellectually as well The deficiencies of his early education he sought to supply by culture in the latter years of his and to a great extent was successful the wife of Ms did not keep pace with her husband in this and there fore the importance of a thorough training for young women which would send them into the world with a thorough equipment appealed to him with peculiar Miss Booths suggestion was and a charter for the incorpora by the Xew York legislature in JJew York Some Xerar la There are some things that are never in although the enterprising shop man may fill his windowswit h One ia green If one green glove can be worso than another it is that kind with V ahaped sections of white kid set in These never wen and never will be tath and do not let anybodyindnceyou to spend yonr money on Then while scarlet crepe bonnets and scarlet trimmings are in good taste leave all red especially the Urge to the people in the Arrange your red coloring in some other way and do not have it all in a La Mode never ap proves of Then do not believe that grays and browns are to be forgotten for some odd shade of pink or blue the first are always ingood Peculiar are never to be desired unless one has a wardrobe in which gowns are very numer Do not be persuaded into buying any Think out before yon start what you and endeavor to get The penance of wearing unbecoming end un suitable or is a trying one so be and by choosing judiciously do not put yourself in a position that will involve your having to undergo Sack cloth and ashes mean uappiness as com pared with silk and tulle for all hours and Mallcm in Ladies Home The Cheapest You see this sign in the windows of all gentlemens large furnishing You go in and examine the bargains pre and you buy a half dozen of these cheap shirts and congratulate yourself on the low price you havo and you tell neighbor about and you and she together declare that you will never make another shirt as long as you both shall livel You con buy them at the cost of the ma terial and you get the work for It is a very satisfactory thing to think of getting something for and wo all enjoy It means Just so It means just so much the more of this worlds good But did you ever consider what cheap shirts mean to tho wretched slave who mokes them at fifty or seventyfive cents a dozen Did jou ever think of the long hours of of tho loss of needed rest and of the aching muscles and the pricked fingers and the throbbing brain of the seamstress who makes the shirts which are sold at fifty cents each Did you ever put yourself in her place and try to think how you would like to work ten or fifteen hours for money enough to keep soul nnd body Thorn in New York MYSTERIESOHHE The Minute Workers That Produce Vital Fifth i Invarious walks of life from which meu choose their wives fashionablo promenades arc by no means tha most eli I really think my daughter would spend her whole timo in Fifth avenue if I would let said a mother in our hearing the other said dont let Fifth avenuo is a poor school forgirls who expect to become What sensi ble man would desire to marry a mere gadder and shopper And surely no young lady Is ambitious of marrying a That a belle and a beauty should desire to bo seen and admired is natural but the prettiest thing in the world if con tinually on exhibition becomes on object too familiar to bo much A fair creature who divides her timo between studying the fashions at tho mQlinery and dry goods stores and sailing up and down the sidewalk to display the same is not likely to shine in domestic life as the head of the home Xew York A Good Work in The Girls Brigade in Scotland is fast be coming as popular and beneficial an insti tution as the widespread and famous Boys The girls belonging to these bri gades arc usually from 13 to IS years of andftrewage earners in printing They wear red aprons with red and white borders and red and white shoulder sasios over their dark and tho girl officers have scarlet and silver stripes denoting the rank of the corporals and Their drill con sists of calisthenics to without ap but with precision and ex ercises in which flags and ropes are and marches including several intri cate turning and There is also and sometimes a May pole with a little address from the superior who are usually ladies of leisure with philanthropical The work was inaugurated bytwo or three young ladies in who formed the first and there aro companies now in all parts of In addition to the drill there are classes for sewing and Bible end kindly talks on thrift and somewhat ot tho same nature as our work ing girls clubs in What to Wear When Do not permit the summer to pass without learning to Itis a health ful and useful and in the age of swimming schools both old and young little be come good It is foTifymm to go in the water unless two hours have elapsed since and it 3 not health ful to remain in too Tho strongest person should not batho longer than half an A linen shaet for drying pur poses and a fresh toweLfor robbing are the most A very agzeeaUa bathing suit can be of It blows out from the figure when and is not so soggy as Bathing costumes should be made large and and for ladies with Turkish If dressed modestly ladies cant look hand some when they go into the For Eurf bathing a waterproof cloakia indis pensable to wrap in after Seizing Upon Have you noticed that women gener ally have a more independent and as sertive air than belonged to them for merly Do you know tbe reason why Its because they are at hist happy in re gard to Those in their coats are real in which they can put their hands and and the best dress makers now show their bestness bypnt ting those in the skirts where they can be A woman has just as many things to carry aboutwith her as a and there is no reason in the world why she should be robbed of her legitimate place to pnt She al ways has a a a memorandum two or three some newspaper Borne postage stamps and some It she is advanced she has a MJhraukea To Slake encumber Use a barrel or Fill it over half fall of summer grapo leaves from either tho vineyard or wild vines wring them fine as yon can with tho hands then add water sufficient to cover them add ing a teacnpful of salt bncietof water stir well md add two pods of red Xow as you gather yonr cn cmnbcrs put them in among tho grapo adding them all tho time as yon gather The oftener yon stir it the sooner it three the cnraaibers will be and yon can pnt in and use out all sum You can tell when they are good by little white specks appearing on the stem Atlanta powers of old age may be won derfully recuperated and sustained by the daily use of Hoods Man World Within nf the and Their DatlM The DemoenitK and Some days ago a remarked in my hearing while science dealt with both tho big things and tho littlo things of life aid it had in reality thrown Yery ittle light indeed ou the more intricate bodily processes in virtue of which life ia carried The plaint of my friend was that science knew about things in the but could not descend to take cog nizance in tha same degree of things of minute So much the worse for science and mankind at I were your assertion As a matter f there is no Held of inquiry which lias yielded such a large harvest to the truth seeker of late years as that of microscopic There is scarcely a great discov ery which has been made within the past decade in which our knowledge of the in finitely as shown forth by the micro has not figured most Disease germs and countless other lower forms of life have been traced out in their development and tracked to their Living things whose dimensions are to be tnethbnsahdth parts of inches aro as well known to us today as is the os trich or the So far from the little things of the universe escaping our I should be inclined to maintain that they largely monopolize science to the exclusion of big are beginning to find in that only by knowing something of the actions which proceed in the lower byway of life can existence in the main ba understood at it any preparation for a knowledge of humanity be I should say one would find it in a microscopic study of what the ditches contain aud of what a leaf The proper study of mankind is said the poet of To this very proper aphorism in its way science adds that the only safe preparatioafor the study of mankind is the knowledge of what lower lifo is and what lower life MAX A WORLD WITHE The remark of my friend suggested that within the compass even of human struct ures and that strictly following out Popes aphorism one may find many phases oj life such as will warrant the declaration that to the microscope wo owe a vast amount of knowledge of It has often been asserted that man is a micro world within himself andthis is highly true if we apply tho saying to the microscopic structures his Jo sooner do we begin to investigate the com position of mans tissues than discover so far from a human being having any right to be regarded a single he might claim a title to considered a compound or colonial One in his time is said to play many ao cording to the Bard of Avon physiologfry it may be one mnn is very many parts or entities working together to form and to maintain an harmonious This statement is We do not speak without we make such an Glance through tho bodys and you will first of wher ever you Lave life and vital it re sides in a particular kind of living jelly which everybody knows at least as This is the matter ot is life in the truest sense since no other matter on tho face of this save shows the phenom ena or actions of what is truo of a mans body in this respect is equally truo of the body of every other living or When we come to investigate how this protoplasm or a speck of which tho whole body in its germ state once consisted is disposed in our we discover that it is represented in its most active state by microscopic bod ies to which the name of colls WORKS OF THE These are the workers of the They are tho population of tha vital The democrats aro the cells useful and necessary mem bers of toil and labor to build up to form muscles and to make the various The aristo crats aro the nerve which are by no means nn idle but which work hard enough iu the rection and governance of the There is perfect division of labor in the living One group of cells docs not interfere with the work of another Each piece of from the building of bone to the making of gastric is carried out independently anil thoroughly by workers set apart for the given The econ omy of a bees liive is not mnru rigidly ordered than is the work of our body in respect to its Jabors and their Kpcciflc duties and in the vnst proportion of their affairs these workers of ours nro sell direc oven while they the u prenuicy of brain and nerves as their com rolling If wo think of the countless operations which have to be undertaken from hour to hour to maintain our bodies in wo may begin to realise what perfect coopera tion really and what this colonial constitution ours Tor saliva has to ho purpose of iu the and for other functions as This fluid is supplied by three pairs of salivary tho working and essential parts of these glands are living out of tho blood as the raw material supplied to the secrete which is tho manufactured tears have perpetually to be made for washing the This secre tion is supplied by a couple of tear and makiug out of the blood a very differ ent secretion to that of the The cells ot the gastric glands of the stomach from the gastric we see a change of duty as we pass to a dif ferent set of The cells of the liver compose that large and discharge its multifarious They are the living units of which the liver is and thus part and parcel of the living colony we term our The tells of the sweetbread make the digestive juice of that another change of duty and another race of The brain cells guide and direct the bodys highest acts equally with lower nervous Cells in the skin re pair our wounds and throw oil other cells which aro as the outer skin The bone cells renew and repair that dense structure and build up the solid portions of the In a every act of life is performed by the each group of which remains distinct as u colony of workers charged with the iwformanco of a specific it may hi held that our life is a divided existence while from another point of view it is an harmonious of the perfect cooperation of these wonder ful workers of the living Andrew Wilson in London Illustrated Pretty Southern Glrb In There arc some beautiful south ernwomen in the wards of thoBeUovue Miss who is fine looking and well was sent to New York by the buhop of for special training to fit her for the pe tition of manager in a new hospital soon to be opened in her native Miss Force has been head nurse in the medi cal ward for the past three Miss Caroline hoad nurse in the surgical comes from She has an excellent is a genera favorite among the an ol whom depend ou her in delicate opera and is very Miss Clag hom will return to Georgia when she completes the Miss Seymour is n iharming nurse in whose beauty and amiability brighten the rick She wears the conventional white mall and scarce ly week passes that one does not come in contact with a wgbt Thto propensity her pretty head has of get ting onfireiaasoorceof much concern to the Bellerne who hive debt wstcha under the most vigilant aot with Seymour has a competence of her and follows her chosen profestioa because she York FUTURE OP ART IN Omr rMtlbUltietAm M Great u Thaw of Kur Carayewi It is tho fashion to believe that artcan jot thrive In our trading Dor cultured society speak of art with solemnity and as men speak of one ihat has fought the good fight and who Mts from his Indeed we have Jttely been told by a professor of great distinction that then Is no hope here for real literature or so hopelessly vul pur and sordid is American Surely those Lurghers of mediaeval Paris knew nothing of and doubtless they were but they thoroughly be loved in their and their vul garity did not prevent their Criminating the Gothic Doubtless those Florentine traders wero but they loved their city with and gladly gave their wealth to bund its public Neither French man nor Florentine had art critics to tell jim his but they applied to heir every day work courage and and without their knowing it their work immortalized Now why should we not believe in our own possibilities We hare doubt less seen a great deal of ostentation and vulgarity built into more or less perma nent and doubtless we are very fat from having produced great works of Our distance from the peat works of antiquity has always per mitted here a freedom from authority in if it frequently leads us into presents to us at the same time our unique In the best influenced as it is by the books and photographs which now familiarize us with all that the world has done be tore there is even now to be seen a reasonable restraint controlling this lib As our nationalsrants are and inventions daily increase which rev olntionize the art of it seems to me that the problems win daily be solved in a better and we may hope for period of buflding that will emphasize our good rather than our bad Why should we in looking at such examples as I have insist that there is far from being anything in the existing conditions of American lif a to hinder the progress of art Evidences of the reverse esist on every While dilettanteism may for my self I have enthusiasm enough left to be lieve that the hope of the future in as in many other fields of human en as the years go with our prosperous and apprecia tive Peabodyin ClaMiued by Amphiscians are the people who In habit the whose in ana part of the are cast to the north and in the other to the according as the sun is or south of their The Antiscians are the inhabitants of the earth living on different sides of the whose shadows at noon aro cast in contrary Those living north of the equator are nntiscians to those living south of that and vice The shadows on one side are cast toward the north and upon the other toward the Tho Ascians are the persons who live in a laud at a certain time of each they have no shadows at All the inhabitants of the torrid zone are they having a vertical sun twice a The Periecians are the inhabitants of tha opposite side of the globe in the same parallel of The Pericians are the inhabitants of the polar whose shadows during some portions of the summer in tho course of the move entirely around and fall toward every point of the The antipodes are those persons who live on the opposite sides of the and whose feet are directly under the feet of those living on this Louis Remove An occasional shampoo with soap and water or borax and water or some sim ple mistnro of that kind once in two or three weeks will often be found a ne A very good shampoo liquid for gciifval use may be made as fol lows Carbonate of one drachm carbonate of one drachm fourounces tiactureof one drachm four ounces one and onehalf Dissolve the carbonates in the water shake well before moistening the scalp until a lather Wash in cool water For a permanent removal of dandruff it is better to take half a tea spoonful common one heap ing teaspoonfnl pour over them one pint of boiling When cool pour into a bottle agitate frequently for three or four days thea Moisten the scalp with this thproughlythree or four times a It is one of the most reliable preparations known for manently removing Good VOLCANIC Thoughts About Krskatoa and the Upheaval of of Gnat Ef fect ol Dtat m All of TMk of Stoned m Bear to Sweetland tells us a funny story of how five Siwashes got away with a boar at his camp just across the bay from Bruin intruded himself in among the pots and picking out a dainty While so engaged he at tracted the attention of a who at once called his mates to his The ground is pretty rocky around tha and there are plenty of loose stones ready to They at once fell on the like the Jews of old did on and stoned He would at first endeavor to follow his being a stone in the rear would turn Union City Tri 1arkcr Hoiue At noon mis well one tablespoonful ol lard and a teaspoonful of salt with two quarts of sifted Make a hole in tha scald one pintof pour it in and set the bowl away to A1 night mix with the milk half a cupful of yeast and half a cupful of white In the morning work up the A1 noon roll it out half an inch cu1 into square pieces and with the four points meeting in the Pu them on leaving an inch space be tween and bake about ten min utes in a quick Philadelphia Arnicift The best salve in the world for cuts oalt fever chapped chilblains cores and a skin and posi lively cures or no pay I is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money Price 25 cents pe For sale at Henrys drug Stop at the Although the great eruption at Kraka in took place some ten thousand miles away from these we wero nevertheless privileged to witness some of be glories that followed the In his sense I can say that I myself waa a Doubtless there were many boasands or millions of people who ob served the phenomena close at but it not seem likely that those in the vi cinity were favorably placed for observa of those unfortnnate reatures were drowned by the mighty sea waves which swept the coasts of Sumatra and Though tbesreat volcanic eruption took lace seven years yet the materials for it have only recently been tronght The consequences of Crakatoa were world and iaforma ionhad to be collected from every quar er of the The records of meteoro ogical instruments in Af America and Australia ail bore their estimony to the vehemence of the enip These bad to be fully discussed the logs of ships that arrived ia many a port in manyaa ocean had to bo ran Ail this knowledge had to be di gested and arranged before the fall signiu once of Krakatoa could be so great a cannot be the of Ay it has occupied the energies of a com mittee of the Royal society for some iut at last their work has beendone and an astonishing volume has beeii On looking at a map of the Indian ocean ou will see the little island which the eat of the explosion lying between Su mntra and Krakatoa Is only a few miles in perhaps about as large as he Hill of Volcanoes and earthquakes are familiar phenomena n those eastern in which many of the Oceanic islands owe their origin to out jreaks from In quiet times the iroximity of the devastating forces is dis cuised by the lovely tropical vegetation vith which such islands are so For years Krakatou had slnm the little island was covered with a uxuriaut which wis occasionally visited by natives from the adjacent who came to gather such tropical fruits as trees But the island was not regularly In tbc early part of 1S33 the outbreak be At iirsc its manifestations were comparatively so much so that an excursion party went rrota Batavia in a landed on Krakatoa and had a pleasant It was in the autumn that he volcano began to put forth its n terrific thunders were eard hundreds of miles vast col umns of smoke and ashes were poured orth and hung suspended clouds darkened the seas anu islands over an area is large as Great Britain or All through that Sunday night the explosions increased both in frequency and vehe The inhabitants of about a hundred miles describe hoVr their iouses shook aa if uKillery was being dis charged close to their and the phe nomena culminated at 10 oclock on Mon day CAUSE A large part of the island of Krakatoa was entirely away three or four frightful with thunders that were heard over an as great as a con As to the cause the there seems no reason to suppose that it did not originate in the same way as other volcanic outbreaks have Krafcatoa was near the and there is a natural antipathy between fire and Iu the at a distance of a few miles beneath our the materials are red white and even It sometimes hap pens that the water of the sea gets down fissures to this red hot and then a frightful hubbub so that if there is fire enough and water enough the explosion may be eveu on as grand a scale is that which we saw in Just as a pebble dropped into a pond originates a series of ripples which gradu ally diverge from the center of the disturb so at the moment of the mighty par oxysm of Krakatoa at 10 on air waves began to From the little island in the Straits of Sunda they encompassed the converging to the Antipodes thence they diverged and re turned to the volcano again they started and again Every delicate self recording barometer in the world showed these mighty air and we learned that the period of their journey from one po nf thcenrthto the opposite pole was eighteen It was only after seven oscillations had teen made that the energy of the great air waves subsided and the atmosphere regained its normal HEARD THOUSANDS OF Astonishing is the map which shows the regions of the earth uver Vvkich the thun ders of Krakatoa WCT Thcsu who heard these explosion bad no knowledge as to how they they were gen erally ihougbt to lc signals fruui somo vessel iu distress tht hereabouts of could not be So loud were these noises that even in the ishind Cele a thousand miles steamers were actually sent out to search for the supposed At the very center of Au stralia loud noises were heard which were conjectured to be produced by and the unwonted occurrence was carefully The proved to be from Even at the island of almost three thousand miles booming of heavy guns was re which the circumstances show to have been the thunders of ert Ball in Montreal FAIR ufl work and finished the tg to bachelors It ia te erasting to observe that ia her here ia much literary and artiitie t Of her mothers graduated with frm the UB ity ot Her who has been member of New Brunswick ia man of marked literary taste and Miss Reeds wko assesses fine dramatic la a mem of tho Boston Art Students asaocia and was the central figure in cstival of recently given ly the Miss Helen when she gndnated irom the Cambridge high he class lint she has except in a few sternly suppreaed her She con siderable literary aud journalistic She has compiled two each con aining one of her and ihe wrote he poetical souvenir of the Dickens car nival which the and Industrial union issued several Teera Another good piece of work was he compilation of a little1 volume of original entitled The ity and the which issued for be benefit of the Cambridge hospital She has no definite plans amoajad or the but will engage iaKterary She has paid a great deal of at ention to original research in American under the direction of Profewor and will continue In this line of for the Uliss Reed is tall and of the brunette with speaking dark and ler distinct while foil of shows in her mariner of speak ing the earnestness and force of her char Boston It It i j the all but universal custom xmrmg 16 f aaMonrWe ladies of Venice of the resent day to smoke both alone and in The hostess t a bail among the nobility receives her with a cigarette between her fin and all the fair dames smoke ia the auses of the The wife of the son of Robert Brown an American created a pco onnd sensatioa Venetian society by that she would not invite ladies o smoke at her and the little aughter of another American lady nn onscionsly uttered a severe criticism upon the The mother was visiting an Italian woman of and in her honor a ball was given in the palace of the The little who was G years wae aken by her nnrse from her bed to a jallery where she could look down into he ball room after the company had ai She looked at the brilliant sght for moment in silence and then asked in much wonder are the ladies the hall is full of an swered the said the all thoee women but mamma are Youths Tha Auattt Girl fvlio the Flrat oman to Win ea Honor at Following the pleasant news of the success of Hiss Belasco in Paris and Miss Fawcett ia both of whom greatly distinguished themselves in uni versity comes the an nouncement that the Sargent prize at Harvard university has been won by an Annex girl and the statement is espe cially noteworthy from tho fact that it is the first time one of Harvards honors has been bestowed upon any female stu The Sargent prize of which has been awarded to Miss Helen Leah Reed for the best translation of the twenty ninth ode of the third book of is the only prize open to competition for both men and It appears in the body of the catalogue as offer to Harvard students and to students of the Society for tue Collegiate Instruction for being translated means the Annex Miss Reec in two translations one in blank the other in tensyllable In translating she adhered closely to the andker ode has the same number of the Hiss who is the daughter of Dr Gnilford of Hotel Huntingtpn may fairly be claimed as a Boston girl she was born in Tho family removed to Boston when Hiss Heed was very and hav since resided in Cambridge and Boston where Miss Reed has many be ing a member of the Browning club one other literary She is alsc much interested in local Sh is a graduate of the Cambridge higl and during the interval between her graduation and entering tho Annex she studied at She entered th Annex as A special not give an her time t JI of tho Now An English nobleman who died cently was frequently spoken of i lis fellows as being too good far He was excessively absent minded when in and paBMd much of his time in solitude and was as purs and says his as a being of an other Looking closely at his ia spite of the large opportunt ies which his wealth and rank gave to hare been of little use or valne his fellow Aspirations and however high and which never pass into words or actions do not weigh heavily in the When Prince Bismarck retired from public life a member of the Reichstag shrewdly The power of the prince for good or evil lay in the use which he made of the present He never worked for but for Probably the same criticism conla ba made upon every man who exerts a liv ng force upon bis He lives not to dream of the nor to hope for ie but to A Floral On the 9th of which was the twelfth anniversary of King Humberts accession to the Italian the ladies of Rome united in pre senting him with a It was not a or fragrant trifle that could be worn in his On the con it was between G and 7 feet and required six stout porters to bear it o his majestys It in a floral It consisted of a base 3 feet square and a stem surround ed by a vase of graceful the sides being covered with an inscription done in mignonette and Louis Missouri Girls There is on exhibition in Keoknk the pattern of the insole of a pair of shoes made at for a girl living at Rain The girl for whom these shoes were made is only 17 years and is 7 feet 7 inches in height and weighs 235 She has had many offers to pose in all of which she hai re The insole referred to measures inches in length and 6fr incites IB width at the broadest Loofc for a Sheet of Steaell A sheet of stencil obtained at any complete stationery house or bind is a great convenience in many A large piece carefully bent dou ble is convenient for holding loose manu scripts when in actual A sheet ot this material also makes a hard surface for writing upon if your table ia and a small card makes a choice paper An ther and of There are men in the United States who would at once set out tor Africa on exploring expeditions if they only had the money to go ahead Tbia want of money is one of the reasons why so many of our enterprising men remain at home and Fne Syrap ot Produced from the laxative and nutri tious juice of California combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be the most beneficial to the human acts on the kid liver and effectually cleansing the dispelling colib and and curing habitual con Day at CUaff At BlufI August will be held the annual reunion o veterans of Lee and surrounding coun A grand program has been ar The will J make excursion rates for this Gall upon the nearest for rates MfY far a dbonlernl liver try PI IK   

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