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Willi MiALL WJi VVEAIit
NEW YORK, LONDON AND
FASHIONS IN DRESS.
Seasonable aiilllnery in Bridesmaids' Hats,
Kid Ifonnets and Bonnets Suited to Mid
dle Aed "Women Costumes Designed
Especially for Faucy Dress Halls.
"The very latest idea about feathers in bon
nets is that they should be worn uncurled.
The innovation is a French one, which Uew
York milliners are not at all certain they
will adopt. Parisians say that an o-er curled
ostrich feather loses its beauty. But an un
curled feather certainly looks as if it had
been out in the ruin. English women have
always been taught that ostrich feathers
curled naturally, and to wear them uncurled
will seem a violation of the laws of nature.
A bbidejiaid's hat.
Here Is a bridemaid's hat. It is of pala
French gray velvet with gray feathers. It is
designed to bo worn with a puritanical dresj
of gray with a white waistcoat.
It is not always an easy matter to find a
dressy and at the samo time suitable bonnet
for a middle aged woman. A handsome black
velvet bonnet is a safe style and sure to be be
coming. One seen had the center of the crown
formed by a jet disk, jet points radiating
from this over velvet. Iji the front jot cov
ered cock's combs were effectively intermixed
with nn ostrich feather aigrette.
Kid is much used for millinery purposes.
An attractive bonnet is made with folds of
tan colored Suede, surrounded by a crown of
the same material and ornamented with black
passomeutene. A black butterfly bow is
placed in front, in the midst of which nestle3
a tiny bird, whose breast plumage reproduces
the soft tan shade of tho kid.
Costumes for Taney Dress Balis.
There is alwavs more or less demand among
Bociety ladies for pleasing models in the way
of fancy costumes. Wo, therefore, take pleas
ure in presenting illustrations in this direc
tion that aro both novel and attractive.
FASCY DRESS TOILETS.
One figuro in tho cut represents a "Fire
Fairy."' The skirt is of yellow satin, tho
tunic of straw colored satin, on which ap
per painted tongues of lire that Feem to
escape from detached heaps of burning logs.
The pointed drapery and train aro in flame
red satin. The slraves aro of straw satin.
The remaining figuro in the samo cut shows
the "Harvtst Fairy."' Tho low bodico is in
Venus pink satin, covered with straw and
encircled by threo folded bands of crape.
Poppies and corn flowers appear around tho
bodice, which is fringed with wheat. Bunches
of these Cowers adorn the oval train and the
tunic in pmk gauze. The skirt is of Nile
green satin. A sickle heads the walking
Tho Kevivn.1 of Jet.
Jet comes out again in profusion on many
of the uew toilets. White jet (so called) is
also much worn, many white evening dresses
having a heavy trimming of it round tho
bodice, and either a tablier or two side pan
els entirely covered with it. A haud&ome
dinner dress lately sbown-is of black satin
embroidered wii b jet in a PovJaan pat
tern. The skirt is open at both "?Taes, show
ing panels of scarlet satin, over which hangs
a looso fringe of fine jet, extending from the
waist to ne,irly tho edge of the skirt. Tho
effect of this when tue nearer is in move
ment is cuctremely graceful. The bodice,
half high, has scarlet revers lightly showereut
with jet. Glittering pnssemonterio of all
kinds earns to hold its own; a new sort has
an effect of diamond sparks in it.
Getting Uneasy About Himself.
Ho knocked at the door of tho morgua
and the keeper asked:
"What do you want''
'I want to know if you've got anybody
like me inside. I've not been home now
for going on three weeks, and I'm sort
of getting anxious about mytelf."
Tlie difficulty vtas finally out by an of
ficer and the patrol. Philadelphia Times.
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Austin & X. W. E. R. Co., Burnet, Texas.
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finally began to take Ayer's Pills and
after using only three boxes of these
magical pellets was a well man."
law-ins Alexander, Marblehead, Mas?.
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oW byaM nfslsts asd Dealers ie iIjktDc
h Wtui OuUyiou.
Hiddierib "Was that a Berious fire at your
house tlio other day?
"Wiggins Pretty bad. The whole baee
muit and parlor floor were destroyed. My
wife did not know anything about it till it
was all over.
Middlerib Away from hqme, eh?
"Wiggins No; she had a dresamalier iu the
Tlio Latest Fad.
Morrill Howards "Why, my deah boy,
xhat awh you doing in that ah disgraceful
Edward Dudeson "Why, I have been read
ing in one of the society papers that the Brit
ish nobility aro nearly all bowlegged, don't
cherknow. ilunsey's "Weekly.
Faying: tho Debt of Jfatnre.
"It appears to me," said Serena to Sylvester,
"that you kiss me entirely too often. I sup
pose when we are married people"' and she
slightly blushed "you will not think of kiss
ing me more than nineteen or twenty times a
day, whereas now"' and she blushed again.
"Very true,"' replied Sylvester. "Twenty
kisses a day is, I believe, the normal stand
ard. But consider, I am twenty-eight years
old consequently have spent ten thousand
unkissed days. Ten thousand multiplied by
twenty equals two hundred thousand. That
is to say, this alarming deficit will not be
made up until I have received two hundred
thousand kisses. You understand now what
Is meant by paying the debt of nature f
"Dear me, yes," replied Serena; "but I
never knew it meant that" London Tit Bits.
Abracadabra. This gentleman was the
chief god of the Assyrians. He has left no
autographs, but it is believed by the besc
scholars that the spelling of his name as above
is entirely correct, for the very good reason
that it could not be spelled in any other way
and be the same name. Assyrian physicians
used to cure their patients of malaria, tooth
ache, nervous prostration and la grippe by
prescribing this name to be pronounced in
Email doses after each meal. Tho name
drawn up in a triangle, like a band of music,
or a masonic parade, onapiecoof parchment,
was considered a sure cure for snake bite and
entitled its wearer to move in the best As
syrian society. Now York Sun.
Mrs. Phondyze (with subdued pride) This
is my little Elsie; just three months old to
day. Mrs. Chatphast Three months? Is she,
really? Oh, well (encouragingly), when her
hair grows and she gets some teeth, it will
make all the difference in tho world. But,
talking of ugly babies, if you could see my
Cousin Dora's last, you would think this one
quite a beauty ! Puck.
Premutnre and Immature.
Jones (to friend in street car) Did I under
stand you to say that the fair question had
Bronn I said something to that effect
about tho fare.
Jones Who got it finally?
Brown The conductor.
P. S. Tiie above was handed in by a Chi
cago man, who asked for a car ticket in pay
ment. Washington Star.
A Thl up: of Good Report.
Bessie Mamma, it's perfectly right to
think on whatsoever things are of good re
port on Sunday, isn't it?
Mamma Why, certainly, my child.
Besbie Well, then, I am going to think on
my arithmetic this evening. If I don't, my
report won't be good this week. Burlington
Mamma (explaining) Now, this is the
front of the building, facing east. The south
side is on tho right and the north sido on the
Bobbio That explains it, then. I've al
ways noticed that it's a cold day when the
weather vane up there gets left. Philadel
A Natural Query.
"What is Jinkinson doing now?"
"He writes funny paragraphs for The
" Why doesn't ho put them in the paper?"
A Warninc to Baby.
Mother (to baby) It's muzzer's little ootey
tootsy; muzzer loves her little darling baby.
Fanny (who has just been spanked) Don't
you believe her, baby. When you (sob) grow
up she'll spank you, t-t-oo! Texas Sif tings.
Our Contradictory Language.
Johnny Cumso Father, why do they call
afternoon performances matinees?
Cumso Because the word means some
thing that takes place m the morning. Yen
"Do you know Dr. Bigpill, Gazzam?"'
"Yes, I owe him quite a large sum, Fan-
"Ah I He doesn't know you very well, I
see." Yenowine's News.
Not Fond of Luxury.
"Willie I wish I'd been Adam.
Nur.e Why? 3
Willie He never had to bo a baby, and
have a big strapping woman like you to wash
his face. Harper's Bazar.
Wine Tee Wee.
VTing Tee Wee
Was a sweet Chinee
And she lived in the town of Tac,
And her eyes were blue.
And her curling cue
Hung dangling down her back;
And lie fell in love with gay Win SiL
When he wrote his love on a laundry but
And O Tin Told
Was a. pirate boW,
And he sailed in a Chinese juck
And he loved, ah, roe'.
Seet "Wing Teo Wee,
But hi valiant heart had sunk;
So bo downed his blues in flekle fiu,
And voved the maid would yet be his.
So bold Tin Told
Showed all his gold
To the maid in the town of Tac,
.And sweet Wing Wee
Kloped to sea
And never more came back.
For in far Chinee the maids are fair,
And tbe maids are f ake, as everywhere.
Hx.-r .1 I Tnnaan.
The Arbiter of His Own Fate.
Tennyson N. Twiggs Would it make any
difference if I should read this poem to jou
or leave it here for you to read!
The Editor Ye ;I think it would. If you
leave it, you'll go out of the door; but if you
read it you may go out of the window. Lip
pmeott's. A Bust of Her Ana.
A Washington joko going the rounds Is
that Mrs. Leiter, on being congratulated on
her daughter's beauty, said: "And her form
Is just as lovely, yon should ec her arm we
are going to have a marble bust made of itT
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If your grocer sends jou anything in place of SAPOLiO, send it hack and
insist upon having jnst what you ordered. SAPOLIO always gives satisfaction.
On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a charm. For scouring pats,
pans and metals it has no equal. Everything shines after it, and erea the chil
dren delight in using it in their attempts to help around ihe house.
YOUXG POLKS' C01CM.
INTERESTING AND USEFUL READING
FOR BRIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS.
An Entertaining Description of Various
aiembers of the Thistle Family Tlio
Barometer Thistle, tho Wind Witch. This
tle and the National Thistle of Scotland.
There are many kinds of thistles. There is
tho thistle which tho people of Franca and
Germany use for a barometer. The people
hang it out beside the door. "When the thistle
closes it Is sure to rain. "When it opens tho
storm Is about to cease and the sun to shine.
Then there is a thistle called the Wind "Witch
which grows on the plains of Tartary. It i3
very large, and the flower dries into a ball
as light as a feather which, falling off, goes
flying over the plains before the wind. It
flies so fast that nobody has ever been known
to catch one.
THE NATIONAL FLOWER OF SCOTLAM).
But, after all, says a writer for Little
Men and Women, there is no thistle so inter
esting as the common purple thistle of Scot
land. While it is not handsome, it is the na
tional flower of Scotland, the land of Walter
Scott, and we must honor it for that reason.
The motto which goes with the thistle i3
"Nemo mo impuno lacessit." It is Latin and
means, "Touch me who dares." There is an
ancient order of Scotch knights, the Order
of the Thistle, and this is their motto.
Over the gate of the now ruined palace of
Linlithgow, where Mary, Queen of Scots,
was born, tho thistle with this motto is en
graved. You will sea it in many other places
Tho earJiest mention of the thistle, as the
badge of Scotland, is found iu an old poem
called "The Thrissel and the Rois," which
would be written now "The Thistle and tho
An acurato remembrance of names and
faces has been called a gift of princes; an
other gift, showing the nobility of both heart
and breeding, is that of punctilious courtesy
toward tho humble as well as toward the
"Why should you thank a servant?" asked
a father, who was fond of the Socratic method
of teaching, and loved to question his little
son, until tho lad reached wise conclusions by
his own wit. "They are paid for what they
do. Do you owe them anything but money?"
"I owe them money," said tho lad, some
what perplexed, in expressing what ho really"
felt, "and I thauk them because because I
owe it to myself to be polite!"
Ho had learned the meaning of the old,
grnud motto, "Noblesse oblige." Examiner.
She wasn't on tho playground, she wasn't on the
The little one was missing and bedtime coming on.
We hunted in the garden, we peeped about to see
If sleeping under rose tree or lilac she might be.
But nothing came in answer to all our anxious
Until at length we hastened within the darkening
And then upon the stillness there broVe a sibery
Tho darling mite 'was standing before the. tele
phone. And softly, as we listened, came stealing down the
"H'lo, Central! Give me heaven. I want to say
A Dog in a. Dileraina.
A gentleman famous for his apt stories is
credited with the following amusing anec
dote. Ho tells that one day in a southern
city the train for the north was late, and as
it drew up before the statiou there was great
haste to get tho waiting express matter on
board. In the midst of the confusion a man
approached with a. dog in his arms and a most
bewildered expression in his face.
"Look quick there'' shouted the waiting
express agent; "where's that dog going?"
The bewildored expression deepened on tho
man's face as he gased at the struggling
puppy m his arms, and he drawled out:
"Well, I dunno, and ho dunno, and no
body dunno, and he's eat his tag!" A pretty
big dilemma to bo caused by a small dog,
Tle Canning Fox.
The natural cunning of the fox was shown
at New Ipswich, N. H. A fox that was
started by a hunter ran directly to a pond
and pased around the edge on the ico asnear
the open water as possible. Tho dogs fol
lowed closelv, and. coming upon weak ice,
broke through, and but for help given them
would have drowned. Meantime, Reynard
escaped to a place of safety.
A River Disappeared.
An anDarent disappearance is a nhenome-
non that seems to have taken place with I
some rivers. Lapt. John rage, ot the Argen
tine navy, mentions that the Upper Para
cuav, as if absolutely lost for many miles.
has been known to flow beneath a matted j
covering of living and dead vegetation sev
eral feet in depth. In the year 1SSS one of
these growths, under the influence of an
extraordinary inundation, broke loose and I
drifted 2,000 miles, bringing np at Buenos
Ayres with many animals and reptiles that j
bad taken refuge upon it. '
Smith at tbe Bar.
Judge What's the charge, ofacerf i
Officer Ha was examining doors. '
Judge What is your business, Smith?
Smith I am a locxoiuith.
Judge Jailer, lock-Saitth up. Whereupon
Smith m.vin a bolt. New York Herald.
Totith ria deep, passkmA, leadar loa$r
llovr can I iter nijseif aivar?
Tonajr Ledv's Pa (TrratWBlJjl The tear
injt troa't b9 dene anij. It irfH bs dotM
right here. Wst; itH .1 locte tte deg. Bo?
SONS C& KEW YOBK.
THE DANGERS OF POLITENESS.
A Good Story Abont an Ex-Governor Who
Wa Too Courteous.
Ex-Governor and Representative McCre
ary, of Kentucky, is noted for his politeness.
On one occasion he was the guest of a friend
in the eountry. When he sat down to supper
the lady of the house asked him whether ho
vt ished coffee or tea. The governor- replied :
"Coffee, if you please, madam."
Eis fondness for hot coffee is known to his
friends, who can well imagine his feelings
when the hostess informed him that tbe cook
had neglected to warm the coffee for supper,
and that it was cold. Even this information
of the cook's neglect did not affect the gov
ernor's politeness, and with a smile he re
plied: "How fortunate, madam. Do you know,
madam, that I am so eccentric as to prefer
cold coffee, and do not care for it in any
other way. Your cook's neglect is good new3
The relief of the housekeeper can be under
stood as she handed Governor McCreary the
coffee, which he sipped with well feigned pleas
ure. The weather tho next day was cold and
bracing. It was just such a day as to make
the heart of a coffee drinker long for his fa
vorite drink. Governor McCreary had for
gotten tho incident of the mght before when
he sat down to breakfast. But if it had es
caped his memory it had not that of his
"I havo the coffee cold for you this morn
ing, governor," she said, sweetly. "You see
I remember that you said you never liked it
in any other way."
The 6mile on Governor McCreary's face
was hardly as angelic as it was the night be
fore, but ho drank the cold coffee without a
murmur. It was with difficulty, however,
that the other guests restrained their laugh
ter over the unfortunate predicament in
which the governor had placed himself by
his politeness. Now York Tribune.
Amenities of Journalism.
Dudish Reporter (in brand new suit) It
does beat all. I've just been ordered to make
a tour of the slums and write a column of
Ecenes and incidents. My clothes will bo
Tramp Reporter (inrags and tatters) I
am in just as bad a fix. I have been assigned
to Mrs. Nabob's ball, and I haven't a thing
lit to wear.
Dudish Reporter I say, let's trade assign
ments. Tramp Reporter Tho city editor wouldn't
allow that, but I'll tell you how we can fix
it. Let's trade clothes. New York Weeklv.
Willing to Play the Part.
Jones was conversing with a friend who
complained of the dissolute ways of. his
nephew and beir.
"But you should give him a good talking
to," urged Jones.
"No use, dear boy; he never listens to any
body but an idiot."
"Perhaps," suggested Jones, with great
modesty, "a few words from me might have
the desired effect." Judge.
A Hopeless Case.
Galligan Doctor, haven't you
tending on old man Gilfullaw?
"How is he today?"
"He is boyoud the reach of medical assist
ance, I f ear.' "
"Oh, no; he's broke." Exchange.
For Two Days.
Lawrenceburgh, Ind, Au?. 17. 12S3.
I had toothache for two days, and was ad
vised to try bt. JacobsjOil, v.ijich cured me
immediately and there has ben no return.
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Docket" and are more tlmn pleii-yd with It. it K
convenient, well urraru-ed ami tompl',to in every
way. Yours trnly.
Jlr-KOGKK, I. T Sept. 11. 153.
Oenti WehavBeiumlnedoneof your 'AttornerV
Pocket Dockets." and nnd it one of the mot com
plete of any we have seen. Pleae end u one by
return mall. Wo ar rours truly.
MIM'AIID. tillOVEi. Siiepako.
Fi'I.ton. Kan, March S, 1539.
Dear Sir: Enclosed pntal note for iJft lit-payment
for "AttornejV Docket " Am well pleased
. iili same. it Is the handiest nnd at tie same
time, mot concise and tmpieheuiw rmcket
docket I have seen The Diary Index and Alpha
betical Index are valuable features.
E. f OATR-. Attorney at Daw.
Covnivu oot Fall. Fept. 20. 1S.
Dear Sir I would not do iihiljour "Attorney'
I'm let Docket" for double the pri'eof it. I think
every attorney should have one hf they cn mm to
It in a moment Hint Kt ,i full history of ettry case
that they are interested in. Heepecttully.
Okohgk M. Haydzn.
Attorney at Daw and Clerk District Court. Chass
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