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l&e mirtxiln iailij f&glc: J5 atetfag fj-foatfug, fjfcnj 3, 1890.
WHAX biiAiL UJi WJiAli?
rASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT
HOME AND ABROAD.
New Styles for Children Described A Sim
ple, Serviceable Dress for Little GIrla.
Velvet and I-ace Mantle for a Younjr
As summer frocks for children ranging
from 2 to 10 years old, a pretty zephyr, in
dark and light blue, pink or terra cotta, with
a deep border of a darker shade, is being
used. The frocks aro made up in the empire
stylo, tvith short waisted bodices, the fullness
of tho skim falling from tiro bands of em
broidery in washing thread; full sleeves, with
embroidery on tho wristbands. The same
style is earned out iu white cashmere, with
deep embroidery of silk, in cream, or in a
mixed design of colored flowers, outlined with
brown, in pomts.
For girls there aro some neat costumes,
consisting of navy blue eergo skirts and jack
ets, with fancy light cotton shirts and men's
tiea; also of homespun, with sleeves, waisfr
coat and collar of velveteen.
A USEFUL SCHOOL DRESS.
Tho useful frock depicted in our cut is de
signed for a girl from G to 8 year3 of age, to
wear at school or ekewhero whero a utility
dress is desired. It may be made in summer
serge, cashraero or foule cloth, and trimmed
with either velvet or braid of a darker shade
than tho material. This stylo is also adapted
to washing materials.
Tumcs in white piquo for little boys have
flat pleats of embroidery up tho back and
front, with largo collars and side pockets of
tho same. Others of cream serge are trimmed
with narrow and wido mohair braid, havo a
plaited braid girdle tied in front, and form
little outdoor coats for warm days. Tho
Kcapohtan fisherman's costume is particu
larly neat for a little boy, consisting of shirt
and short trousers of bluo serge, a blue and
white striped vest and tasseled cap, and a
blue and white nettetl sash.
Spring 31a ntles and Jackets.
Our illustration shows a stj'lish black vel
vet and lace mantle for a young lady. It is
trimmed with rich jot and lace; jet on tho col
lar, tho lace sleeves, and all the lower part of
the mantle; tho heavy jot fnezo in front is
SPRING HXST1X rOIt TOUXG LADY.
Jackets, in addition to tho ornament of
velvet sleoves, have a lot of embroidery about
them. The collar and tho front edges aro
often trimmed with feathers. Tho pretty
Btyla of plain jacket that can either bo worn
open or fastened is tho most useful for thoso
who don't liko tho elaborately trimmed fronts
of braid and feather.
Canes and How to Carry Them.
Tho latest thing m canes is very huge in
thickness and has n natural wood, gnarled
knob head. The ferule is now tho most deco
rative feature of the walking tick, and may
hap this is tho reason that certain idiots are
to bo met on promenade carrying these club
liko stalls end upward and holding them rig
idly at an angle of 45 dog's. Thero are styles
in stick carrying, as in overj thing olso per
taining to man, says Clothier and Furnisher,
authority for the foregoing. "When tho canes
wer raado with silver and decorative heads,
the duies were wont to hold tho walking
Stic directly m front of and about eight
inches away from the body. Happily, the
era has passed hen they swung along tho
thorojufares grasping the staff by the mid
dle and working their arms like driving
'irheels, to the imminent danger of perforat
ing the abdomen of every second man they
Eelaorg from tho "World of Fnnhion.
V novdty in uniorelht handles just now is
a dDg'i head, carved out of a bit of wood
jmd ornamented with tho muzzle.
Clcrs m silk ties haven't changed much.
Geranium red an 1 dark blue are still ponu
SO prevalent, especially among women,
results from o ertaxiug tho system.
Tho assimilative organs becoming de
ranged, the blood grows weak and isi
po erishetl, and henco " that tired feel
ing" of which many complain. For all
such cases, thero is no remedy equal to
Averts Sarsaparilla. Take no other.
"Some time ago I found my system
entirelv run down. I had a feeling of
constant fanguewind languor and very
little ambition for any kind of effort.
A friend ad ibed mo to try Avor's Sarsa
parilla, which I did with tho best re
sults. It has done me more good than
all other medicines I have ever used."
Frank Mellows, Chejsea, Mass.
"For months I was afflicted with
nervous prostration, weakness, languor,
general debilitv, and mental depression.
By purifying "the blood with Avor's
Sarsapa 11a, I was completely cured."
Mrs. Mary Stevens, Lowell, Mass.
"When troubled with Dizziness, Sleep
lessness, or Bad Dreams, take
Dr J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold L y all Druggists and Dcatori in Medicine.
6 tW W !0j
Black underwear is tho thing for a black
toilet whether for street or house.
Silver braid on a black basque is pretty
A smart little vest of cloth or Marseilles
with a standing collar is worn with the natty
iow cut coat basques.
Checked or striped cloth ulsters with tight
back and full sleeves represent the favorite
Chatelaines are coming into form again.
A bracelet for a bnd is a circlet set around
with tiny diamonds alternating with dots of
Both men and women wear the spiral
Quaker-liko rings, and interlaced knots in
which are sunk diamonds and colored stonei
The frog is a favorite animal in fancy
Crochet and thread work promises to ba in
high favor tin's summer. There is a genuine
revival of the heavy crochets, laces and trim
mings that never wear out, and of Irish point
for mats ar.d tidies.
Joe Eeal 'ud set upon & keg
Down to the groe'rr etore, an throw
One leg right over tother leg,
An' swear he'd n&rer had no show?
"Oh, no," said Joe,
"Hain't hed no show"
Then shift his quid to 'tother jaw,
An' chaw, an' chaw, an' chaw, an1 chaw.
He said he got no start in life,
Didn't git no money from his dad,
Tho washln' took in by his wife
Earned all the funds he ever had;
"Oh, no," said Joe,
"Hain't hed no show"
An' then he'd look up at the clock;
An' talk, an' talk, an' talk, an' talk.
"I've waited twenty year le'3 see
Tea, twenty-four, an' never struck,
Altho' I've sot roun' patiently.
The fust tarnashion streak er luck.
"Oh, no," said Joe,
"Hain't hed no show"
Then stuck like mucilage to the spot,
An' sot, an' sot, an' sot, an' sot.
Tve come down rejrerler ever' day
For twenty years to Piper's store;
I've sot here in a patient way,
Say, hain't L Pip-r J" Piper swore,
"I tell ye, Joe,
Yer hain't no fchow,
Ter too dern' patient" ther hull raft
Jest lalled, an' laffed, an' laffed, an' laffed.
S. W. Foss in Yankee Blade.
Tlio Boss' .Toko.
"Mr. Splitsid.es," said the managing
editor, "when I engaged your services
for Tho Blowgun it was with tho idea
that you were to run a humorous col
umn, was it not?"
"Yes, sir," replied, tho funny man,
trembling, "and. I havo tried to do my
"Of course, of course! And I told you
that I wanted you to give us a good as
sortment of nonsense?'
"And I said that I didn't care if it was
sheer nonsense, too, didn't I?"
"Yes, sir," replied the puzzled funny
man, wondering what on earth the ed
itor was driving at, "you did.''
"But," said the manager, gazing piero
edly into the face of his astonished serv
ant, "I didn't tell you that I wanted
shear nonsense, did I? Eh? What?"
Then he paused, waiting for the funny
man to grasp the great idea, and when
at last ho saw that it had sunk into his
brain, tho editor said, "You may use
that joke, Mr. Splitsides, in your humor
ous column to-morrow. Good day, sirl"
How ailss Tailorniade Beat a Regulation
NO DOCS AtCOMTEQ fj ..
IN THIS CAR ..(
The Conductor (piking her fare) Thim
girls is gittin' woorso an' woorse wid
their shtyle. It's an illigant bale o' hay
that miff wud make.
Miss Tailorniade (.alighting) Come on,
Gillispie ! Judge.
Tho Attempt Abandoned.
It doesn't take a great while standing
belund a pretty girl to get her cloak on
that is, not necessarily. Yet we have
known of young men, stalwart, active
young men, any one of whom could oc
cupy five minutes in extending this little
necessary courtesy. There are so many
styles of occurrence in this world the se
cret of which lies concealed beneath a
mountain of anaty-sis that it is useless to
pursue this subject further in single vol
ume. Merchant Traveler.
On tho Other Iland.
"This dust nuisance must damage you
a great deal," he said to the grocer as ho
dodged into the door to let a great cloud
"Oh, no, sir. Anything added to
maple sugar, prunes, evaporated apples,
etc., is paid for by the public at so much
per pound. I am not doing any kick
ing.' Detroit Free Press.
I I vos at a hodel stopping by Hackensacks,
und ven I vent avay ran myFelInf der land
lord sayt: "Goos pye, I sheve you're all
1 square, eh5" "Dot s quer,"' sayt I, und I
couldn't dink vhy ho savs I'm sqnara. Next
ding be snake me nut der hand und says, "1
, hops you'll come round soon."' "Veil," I re
i blied; WI hops I viil be roundt, too, if I am
i square alreaty."' Dot make him laugh und
I he says: "Veil, dn't ba long."' Py chimany
hooky! I ran from der bouse avay for fear
J he shall s-uy dot I am flat Cnattcr.
Some. njEh Vrfccd KeUc.
Ths hat worn by "Tapoleon I at tha battla
of Dylan was &old in Pans in ISS5 for $400.
There were thirty-two -bidders, and the first
bid was iCO fraacs. The coat worn by Charles
XII ax the battlo of Poltowa, and preserved
by oas of he officers, was sold in 1S35 for
$116,375. The two pens used m signing the
treaty of Amiens were sold the same year for
$1,250 each. St. Louis Republic.
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THE LANGUMGE OF FLOWERS.
Soon reviving plants and flowers
Anew shall deck the plain ;
The woods shall hear the voice of Spring
Saying take S. S. S. again.
If you would live the happy life of a butterfly, secure perfect health by using
S. S. S. The greatest of all antidotes for spring disorders, malaria and blood
Johxsok Cmr, Texit., January 29th, '90. Eleven years ago I was suffering
from an attack of White Swelling. A great many prominent physicians
attended me, but failed to make a cure. I at last tried S. 8. S., and after using
it a few months, I was entirely cured and since then have had no symptoms of
it returning. Tho cure was entirely due to S. S. S.
PAUL 'W. EIEKPATRICK.
DeLa2h, Fxa., Feby. 1st, '90. I have used S. S. S. and it has done me do
much good that I do not hesitate to recommend it. G. "W. McLAURENE.
Treatise on Wood and skin diseases mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
Copyrighted by S. S. S. CO.
For Sale by all
34 Union Square, New York City, Aug. 31st, 1889.
After a series of tests at our Elizabcthport factory, extending over
a feriod of several months, we have decided to use the
WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON,
believing it to be the best thread now in the market, and strongty
recommend it to all agents, purchasers and users of the Singer Machines
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
The Cbinee Idea of a Heroine.
Li Hung Chang reports that th conenbina
of Li Changlo, tho late commander-in-chief
of Chihli, who was onlj 31 years of ago, and
bad always been noted for her virtuous con
duct, on hearing of her husband's illness,
journeyed night and day till she reached his
bedside just in timo to ba present at his death.
She sbofved her determination not to survive
his departure, and, although her friends used
svery possible means to dissuade her from her
purpose, she poisoned herself on the next? day.
The magistrate and gentry of the district
have presented a patitioa to the viceroy, in
which they askthatpennissionmaybe grant
ed for tho erection of a monument to the
lady's memory, and in. supporting th appli
cation hid excellency dwells upon tb meri
torious and devoted conducinvnich she er
aibited in nobly sacrtficiEj; her life through
grief for the death of her lord. The petition
pras granted by a rcscripli. Peking Gazette.
The "wisdom of Solomon wa3 ascribed, by
Arabian writers to a ring whacli tho mighty
icing is eaid to have fouitd 111 a. fish. And
there is a story in tho Talmud to the effect
that Solomon lost his nog nun ic was found
by an imp, whereupon the imp became able
to take the shape of Salomon, and. sat en bis
throne. Then the poor king vrandered about,
powerless without bis ring, scorching for it.
Finally tbe devil flew away and threw the
ring into tbe sea, from which Solomon ob
tained it in a fish which, bad. swallowed it.
By this means he got his kingdom again, and
more than this, for he fell on the imp Tho
had personated him, tied a stone to his neck
md sank him in the lake of Tiberias. St
Forty-eight Cents Frofit on a- Boot.-
Julian Hawthorne tells hla experience with
3ne of the best known publishing houses in
London, which gave him a satisfactory round
mm for a short volume cf stories, with an
agreement for one-fourth after deducting ex
penses ef publishing.
In July Jlr Hawthorne received" a polite
letter from that Arm saying they could not
make up his account before the then coming
month of January. About the middle of
January a letter came to Mr. Hawthorne in
closing an itemized account of the firm. This
letter inclosed a check for forty-eight cents,
which wax the Bum total of Julian Haw
thorne's profits on his book for tha year 1SS&
A Grave Duty.
"Is there a duty on buttons?"
"What is it?'
"To keep trousers up. n Lawrence
Her hazel ere were, O k clear)
Hor httle self was, O eo deer;
Bar pontine lips -were, O so near;
A saint cctild noc resist her.
Her littlo fingers lay in mine;
Her golden hair, so soft at.'l fine,
I dallied trfth. No,w be health
If I confess I kissed her.
I felt her sireet breath fan my cheek?
60 happy L I could not spek;
I wished each second trts 0. week;
Ak ' but tbe time seemed fleeting.
I lonecd for just one moment"! bliss;
For just ona clinging, lonp drawn kiss.
IdJdnttakoif Reason? This
I onions had been eating
BuH"he mosY loving
ft ft Hesf II 1 H tZB& a JTas
Pvfc-vxr- B-.a rl Ma n 1 iL-if v.tST s
rne aijTerence in nis nome lry" u;d
pSiiSlVsaves labor in house-work-
Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can'tfind it at
home, he will seek elsewhere for it. Good housewives know
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright.
Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you
want cleanliness, comfort and happiness ? Try SAPOLIO
and vnu will be surorised at your success.
Pleasant for John.
Mrs. Plutus John, I want you to take
Fido for a walk on the avenue.
John If you please, mum, Fido won't
Mrs. Plutus "Well, then, you must
follow Fido. Exchange.
Salt Point, N. Y., April 16, 1889.
I suffered six weeks with neuralgia; a half
Dottle of St. Jacobs Oil cured me; no return of
pun In three years. Have sold it to many,
and have yet to hear of a single caso it did not
relieve or permanently cure.
G. JAY TOMPKINS, Druggists
Green Island, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1889.
fl Buffered with, neuralgia in the head, but
)und instant relief from the application of
t Jacobs Oil, which cured me.
E. P. BELLINGER. Chief of Police.
MAJul(jrrsAJN JL sent to us mien
BLOOD POISON o0uci0nu!S1S
10 days of that dreadful disease, causinc hair falllrff
out, bore throat. Jlucou3 Patches in 3!6uth and Bonn
Kheumatim w hich the Hot Snrlntr". Mercury and
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SURPLUS, - - -
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West Side National Bank
CAPITAL, Paid Up, $100,000.
R. E. Lawrence. O. Martinson, H. L. Scilthson, R.
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Wichita National Bank.
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