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The very best present you cnn mnlce a friend is n good boot. It is something they can
keep, and ns often as they read it remember the kind friend who presented it. We hnvo
purchased for the coming Holiday pennon an immense stock of New Books. They are all
arranged with the prices marked on each. If you have any Christmas presents to buy we
would advise you to call and examine our stock, which you are welcome to do withont feel
ing under the slightest obligation to purchase. One more word for good books, our kind
and considerate companions, they do not revile us when our ideas differ ever ready with ad
rioe, and never aggressive. But if books do not suit, we have Pictures, windows for the
soul to look out at, as an eminent writer has it. Then come Christmas Cards of new and
SForiHoliday Gifts there is nothing more acceptable than a handsome Photograph Album
iBoth plain and ornamental. The Papeteries or
bracing upwards of J550 new ana beaumui patterns, nere genuemen cannot imi to mm ;i
gift quite 'appropriate for lady friends, and certain to beappreciatod. Writing Desks, too,
for the ladies or gentlemen. Autograph and Scrim Albums, and a handsome assortment of
Pen Knives, Paper Cutters, Ink Stands, Pen Backs, Thermometers and Paper "Weights.
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A new and neat pattern, filled with colored or black ink,
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Our Price Only Fifty Cents.
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Children of the Abbey.
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OF A JOB LOT OF
The Last Days of Pompeii.
Ivsinhoe. By Sir Walter Scott
Tom Browns Schooldays at Rugby.
By Thomas Hughes.
The Dog Crusoe. By R. M. Ballantyne.
The Gorrilhi Hunters, By R. M. Bal-
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. Fashion Notes
Dancing dresses are short all around.
'The rage for yellow has not yet run
High colors are much in vogue for
The favorite corsage flower is the
small yellow aster.
White tulle is used in the place of an
invisible hair net to keep the front
hair in good shape.
Cashmere and merino hose in the
popular electric blue and burning red
colors are much worn.
Some New York ladies wear violets
for corsage bouquets all the year
round, regardless of the cost.
Colored nuns' cloths and fine cash
meres are used now for evening dresses
and they are most charming.
Fine black cashmere costumes are
trimmed with terra cotta or ruby red
satin or velvet, covered with black
ManyFanchon and capote bonnets
are trimmed with ruches of lace and
tiny flowers or loops of ribbon inside
There is a fancy at present for house
iresses composed of a solid-colored
jacket and a bright plaid or novelty
To mingle two kinds of lace on one
;ostume, bonnet, or piece of neck
lingerie is good form and correct taste
The latest caprice is to fasten up the
front of flannel and cloth suits with
straps of leather passing through
buckles of the same.
A French Feminine PIiHnntlirnnliy.
Much interest is expressed in Paris
with regard to the bestowal of the
Cross of the Legion of Honor upon
Mme. Hess, who has acquired stupen
dous wealth as vendor of the hair
wash which bears her name, Eau de
Hess. By the sale of the wash she has
become one of the greatest capitalists
of the city, and the manner in which
she disposes of the wealth thus ac
quired forms the subject of universal
admiration. When asked by the muni
cipality "for a little assistance" for the
poor, she sends vast sums, even to the
amount of one hundred thousand
francs. She provided for an immense
number of starving workmen and their
wives during the siege, and took upon
herself the payment of all necessaries
for the wounded brought in from the
fortifications. In recognition of these
services the municipality of Paris had
a gold medal struck off in her honor,
and this, with her nomination as officer
of the Academy and other testimonials,
reposes beneath a glass case upon the
same rickety wooden table upon which
she prepared the herb, when about to
make the first trial of the hair wash.
The table stands in the middle of the
room now filled with the most costly
artistic furniture, and surrounded with
the finest collection of pictures by the
old masters at present existing in Paris.
Mme. Hess possesses the most extra
ordinary instinct of artistic beauty,
and. has formed the most wondrous
gallery of pictures and bronzes d'art
ever beheld. So great was the natural
ambition of self-improvement evinced
by her, that although long past youth
when this great good fortune fell upon
her, and she had never learned even to
read and write, she immediately set
about acquiring instruction in litera
ture and art, and is now regarded as a
high authority in both. And while
thus she indulges her taste for the
beautiful, she neglects not the chari
table duties imposed upon her by her
position, and distributes largo sums
daily to the deserving poor.
CLirriNGS FOR THE CURIOUS.
The princes and princesses of the
early Egyptian dynasties were buried
in small pyramids which clustered
about the larger ones devoted to the
kings. Subjects were only allowed to
have truncated pyramids.
The Parthenon Athens' famous tem
ple is so built that there is not a rec
tangular form in the whole building.
The sides and the front curve very
slightly, the columns do not stand
quite upright, and all the horizontals
curve upward slightly.
A scientific writer asserts the long
current belief that the concentric rings
of a tree are a record of its age, each
ring representing a year's growth, is a
mistake. A series of experiments have
shown its falsity.
The energy of the human heart,
working day and night while life lasts,
is enormous. During an average work
ing day a good climber can only raise
his own weight 1,000 feet an hour,
while the work of the heart is estima
ted to be equivalent to raising its own
weight, ten ounces, 13,S60 feet high in
ad hour. This is about five times the
energy of the most powerful steam en
gine ever made.
An opera house on wheels is the
latest dramatic novelty, and a company
with headquarters at Kansas City has
been organized to build and manage it.
It is to consist of eight railway cars,
which can be expanded by ingenious
mechanism into a capacious structure,
with auditorium and stage complete,
and is designed for the benefit of com
munities which do not poisess facilities
for the production of plays. It will
run from place to place on the railroads
and carry a portable track, upon which
it can be switched off and transformed
into a theatre.
ANOTHER ARCTIC SEARCH
The Government to Search for Lieutenant
Greeley and His Companions.
The United, States Government has
another Arctic search on its hands,
which will be begun early aext sum
mer. A year ago last July First Lieu
tenant Greeley, of the Fifth Cavalry,
and Second Lieutenants Kislingbary
and Lockwood, of the Eleventh and
Twenty-third infantry, with twenty
one men from the signal corps and
army, started for Lady Franklin bay.
Their purpose was to establish a me
teorological station, which the govern
ment proposed to maintain for three
years: The station is the northernmost
of a chain of stations established by the
governments of the United States,
Austro-Hungary, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great Britain. Holland,
Italy, Norway, Sweden, and Russia,
for the purpose of taking simultaneous
observations in meteorology, magnet
ism, ooean currents, tides, structure of
ice, density of sea water, etc. It is
the first practical and united effort to
find out what the extreme north has to
reveal in these branches of science.
The observations began at the chain of
stations which were established around
the pole on the 1st of August. The
other station established by the United
States at Point Barrow, Alaska, is about
as far north as any station established
by the foreign governments. The party
at Lady Franklin bay is in a very inac
cessible place. The intention was that
it should be visited every year by a
relief and supply expedition, whieh
should take up men to supply the
places of those who might be ill, or
who might have died during the year,
and fresh food and clothing. 1 1 is now
over a year since anything has been
heard from Lieutenant Greely and his
party. They had a large double-walled
house, a supply of provisions for two
years, and they were near a bed of coal.
It is presumed that they are safe, but
nothing is known about them, because
the relief expedition sent up this year
failed to reach the station, the ice being
impassable. Tho experience for the
hist foity years has taught the masters
of whalers that Lady Franklin bay can
be reached only about once in seven
years by water. Congress, iadcetl, came
very near leaving the matter uncared
for entirelv, for it was the 22d of June
before the appropriation was made, and
General llazen" was about to engage a
vessel and lit her out on his own
responsibility, when Congress recol
lected that the country had twenty-five
men depending on its action for com
forts and necessaries. As it was, the
expedition was delayed a week by this
inaction of Congress. The expedition
of next summer is to get off not latei
than the 1st of July. "While it is not
expected that any harm has come to
Lieutenant Greely and his party, the
expedition is to start out prepared tc
winter if the straits are impassable,
and to reash Lady Franklin bay with
sleds. The secretary of war is taking
great pains in the selection of an oflicei
to command the party, and General
Terry has been asked to name some ol
the younger officers who have becomt
used to all the hardships of the weatbei
of the northwest. They will not com,
back until they find Greely and hh
The Swells of London.
Olive Logan says in one of her Lon
don letters: Althoguh it is universally
conceded that Englishmen as a natioi
are the best dressed men in the world
and that there are nowhere else to to
seen such perfect "swells" as stroll t
and from their clubs in St. James stree
and Pall Mall, nevertheless there are ;
great many Britons and great Briton
they are, too who habitually dress thi
very reverse of "smartly." Gladston
is very careless in his dress and I havi
seen him frequently with frayed cuff
and collar to his shirt. The Duke o
Westminster is pretty nearly alway
seen in a colored shirt in tho daytime
and with no pretensions to eleganceji
the rest of his attire. The last time :
was in assembly with his grace, th
Prince and Princess of Wales honorei
the meeting with their presence, and .'
confess the thought for a fleeting in
stant entered my mind that if I wer.
the Duke of Westminster and had evei
less than his estimated income of fou
million dollars a year I should have bic
my valet to encase my ducal form ii
a white shirt to greet the Princess o)
Wales in. Nevertheless, white shin
or black shirt, I feel sure that I nevej
should have mistaken the status of tht
Duke of Westminster had I met hin
even in my most green and salad days
I might not have known he was a duke
I could have sworn he was a gentleman
A minister of the interior in Ger
many, who was fond of boasting of his
numerous olive branches, arrived while
traveling at a small town in a moun
taineous district, where he came across
a forrester, whom he invited to dinner
"Are you aware," he said jovially
"that you are dining with themosi
abundantly blessed-father of a familj
in all Prussia?" "Am I, indeed?" ex
claimed the man. 'May I ask ho
many children your Excellency has?'
.'Four-and-twenty," was the proud re
ply. "In that case,'" said the forrester
"may I request you to stay over to
morrow and stand godfather for tht
twentv-fifth?" his Excellences fact
fell, but he complied with the request
of his rival, who had beaten him bj
Jokes by tho Juveniles.
A little fellow in a primary school
was asked by his teacher to spell tho
word knife. After he had correctly
done so, he added, "But what's the K
"What can I do for you to induce
you to goto bed now?" asked, a mamma
of her five-year-old boy. "Yoli can let
me- sit up a little longer," was the
We were eating our supper, and
frc Trwirrp wns pnokincr beefsteak. I
asked mylittle girl how she wolld have !
her beefsteak cooKeu. one repueu; -j.
will have it tender and true."
A little three-year-old girl, while
her mother was trying to get her to
sleep, became interested in some out
side noise. She was told that it was
caused by a cricket, when she sagely
observed "Mamma, I think he ought
to be oiled."
A small boy of four summers was
riding on a hobby-horse with a com
panion. He was seated rather uncom
fortably on the horse's neck. After a
reflective pause, he said : "I think if
one of us gets off 1 could ride better."
A little lass, whose birthdays do no
number more than three, recently weni
to a church in which the choir occu
pies a gallery with a clock on the front.
"What did you see at church?" asked
auntie, when she came home. "I saw
some folks sing on the clock shelf."
A short time ago, at a school in the
north of England, during a lesson on
the animal kingdom, the teacher put
the following question : "Can any boy
name to me an animal of the order
edentata ; that is, a front-tooth tooth
less animal?" A boy, whose facd
beamed with pleasure at the prospect
of a good mark, replied, "I can."
"Well, what is the animal?" "My
grandmother!" replied the boy, in great
I I . ! I
Sivect arc the Uses of Adversity.
A boy of 12 stood leaning against a
fence on Duflield street, hat pulled
down, feet crossed, and his right hand
going up occasionally to wipe his nose,
when along came another anatomy
about his size and asked :
"Anv the family dead?
"Going to run away?"
"I dunno. I've just been licked."
"Who dun it?"
"Did your ma ask him to?"
"Yes. She told him I had been ach
ing for it more than a month "
"Say," said the new arrival, "you are
in luck. I'm trying my best to git dad
to whale me. I'd give fifty cents if he
had tanned me this noon and it was all
"Why ! Haven't I got three dollars
saved up to buy pap and marm Christ
mas presents, and if 1 can git 'em to
whale me before Christmas won't 1
spend every cent of that money on my
self? How much you got?" .
"Bully ! Your are all right ! You've
been licked, and they won't expect even
a stick of gum from their pounded son.
I'll go home and slam the baby around
and steal sugar and kick the cat and
sass mother, and if I can git walloped
to-night I'll meet you 'here to-morrow,
and we'll pool in and buy more pistols
and scalping knives and rock candy and
nuts and raisins than you ever saw be
fore ! Yip ! Peel me down, dear
father hang my hide on the fence,
mother darling !" Free Press.
Actresses Spoiled by Marrying.
Pretty JMarian Elmore the actress
who set the boys wild last week, is
under engagement not to marry for
five years. Billy Hay den, her mana
ger, says : "When I agreed to star her
five years and pay her $100 a week and
twenty per cent, of the profits I made
her go into writing not to marry during
"Why did you tie her up this way?"
"Because actresses lose their hearts
more madly and more assurdly than
any woman in the world. And mar
rying nearly always spoils them. I've
had more actresses ruined by husbands
than all other ways put together. Miss
Elmore is clearing $10,000 a year, and
in five years she will then be twenty
four she can then marry and quit the
stage. But she can't think of love 'till
her time is up. Many young actresses
are bound up in the same sort of con
tract, and held to it strictly. Atlanta
THE CHARLES A. TOGELEE CO.,
Tho New rnrliier.ship In the House ot A.
Vogeler tfc Co.
Baltimore Herald, October 14.1
A most important change in one of the larg
est enterprises of the city took place yesterday
and inquiry was bnsy in gathering the facts.
Immediately following the death of Mr.
Charles A. Vogeler, the surviving part
ners of the house, of which he had been
the moving spirit, issued a circular to
the trade and press, which appeared m the
columns of this paper. It made public an
arrangement which in the exigencies of
the moment was deemed necessary, and an
nounced that it was the desire of all concerned
to continue its affairs as they had been pre
It was learned, late Inst evening, that cer
tain changes affecting the permanent estab
lishment of the business had been resolved
upon, and a reporter of the Herald was dis
patched to the office of Col. Charles Marshall,
attorney for the estate of the late Charles A.
Vogeler, where it was ascertained that nego
tiations had been concluded, as follows:
That the interests of the surviving part
ners had been purchased by Mr. Christian
Devries, a member of the old and sub
stantial house of William Devries" & Co.,
and president of the National Bank of
Baltimore, and that a new firm was
about to be formed tinder the firm
name of The Charles A. Vogeler Co.,
this name being in honor and perpetuation
of the memory of the late Charles A. Voge
ler. It was further ascertained that the new
firm will be composed of the widow of the
late Mr. Vogeler (she retaining her late hus
band's full interest), Mr. Christian Devries,
as executive partner and financial head,
and Mr. H. D. TJmbstaetter, who, from the
first step in the initial venture of the house
of A. Vogeler & Co., was the manager of
the advertising department and confidential
adviser of Mr. Charles A. Vogeler.
By this arrangement it has been fully de
termined that all the plans and business
purposes of the late Charles A. Voge
ler, the founder and executive man
ager of the late firm, shall be developed to
their full fruition, and that the popular
preparations of the house, prominent among
which are St. Jacobs Oil and Dr. August Kor
nig's Hamburg Family Medicines, shall hold
luuir uigu iiuia. unuer new auspices ana wo
There is one feature of this commercial
episode which appeals strongly to the kind
liest feeling and points a touching moral.
Mrs. Vogeler holds her relation in the firm
with a wifely courage. Her whole future
is centered in the resolve that the fruits of so
valuable a life as that of her husband's, which
of his native city, and that the aims and pro
jects he pursued shall not be permitted to
languish, but shall bo revived and strength
ened to its credit and to his honor and fame,
and that she will strive to build for him an
enduring monument in the enterprise of his
He Had a Heart.
After all, these Virginia City miners
have big generous hearts. The other
evening one of them, who was finishing
up a week's spree in 'Frisco, stepped
out of the Pacific hotel after dinner
and ran against a haggard-looking,
shabby-genteel woman, who was weep
in" on a" corner. "What is the matter,
marmf;' said the' hiirier. She told him
a sad story poveflrjr, sickness; a- large
family of children, nothing to do,
nothing to wear. "Is that the best
frock vou've got?" said the rough fel
low, gently; She said it was. lie felt
in his pocket, it contained just one
$20 piece, which lid hitd intended td
devote to wine and wickedness that
evening. "Stop here a moment, marm,'
and he dodged around the corner and
into a dry goods store. In a few min
utes he returned, and, pressing a small
bundle ilito tho poor woman's hand,
disappeared with the air ot a man wno
has done a kind action grrtcef iilly. The
starving female eagerly Undid the
package. It contained a pair of em
broidered silk stockings. .to Fran
cisco CalL .
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There was a yonng lady quite fair
Who had much trouble with her hair,
So she bought Carboline,
And a sight to be seen
Is the head of this maidsnt I declare.
Walking made easy with Lyon's Heel stlfl
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A Case not Beyond Help.
Dr. M. II. Uimdale, Kenaweo, 111., advises ns of a
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her worst and had no Ua she could recover."
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Soto CroW fo? all I'EJTAtE YTEAR.
NESSES, IncitfdJnff Leucorrham, lr.
regular and Painful itonRtruaiion,
Inflammation nrnl Ulceration af
tbo Womb, riooiling, VRQ,
LAPSUS UTERI, JU.
t3f Pleanant to tho taste, efficacious and hBoemt
la ifca effect. It is a great help la prepnaaf y. adi
lloes pain daring labor and at rrgular perk&
rrnsiciASS ise it jsp tresikiee it fskit.
ErroB, Ail.TVAjaf2SSS3 of the n'TuV. ergaai
ot either aW, is to second to no remedy fatM w?r
been bef oro tho public and for all dkc .' ot ti
Koxets it Is tho Greatest i.Wu .. (he n"r.V.
5SSIDNET C031 PLAINTS ef Either S
Slad Great Relief in Its Use.
LYSTA IS.njfKHAn'H BLOOD TTItrFIETt
ivill eradicate" every vestiee of Muif.. from tk
Blood, at tho sarao time vill giro tao nd 't-tneth to
tho system. AsmurvedouiinrtfHtjJisthBCwnpoaMt
rjBoth the Compound and Blood Farifi? are p.
pared 8 333 and 835 "Western Av 'ue. Lyaa, Hjj
Price of either, $2. Six bottles f i $6. Th- Cuaijind
is sent by mail in the form 01 ;i'. op of lozenge, g
receipt o price, 1 per box for eii ... 25r, PtaKua
fxcel7 an3Trer3 nil lottcra of inv- r, KnciM;
ftamp. Bend for pamphlet. t.t"ii thn vcptf. ,t
t3,LTlTiiB.PnniaAJt''JlrvzBT,n.is rnt Owtipv
tion. IdiOttsnnss and Torpi'uty of th Litr. Z chh.
UGTSold by nil DrujcgiHtB."S (j)
n n r 5-2
- HAS BEEN PROVED
Tho SUREST (JURE for
l?oc3 ft lamo backor adiacrl.-r-
ftri tn imn n-rrt n. TTiBtiSl' T-l.
1 ?! 14f
Tr?ainm's 1 -nni VTTVr'ET?".Wf.rrF nt oi(o. fc
(dxugni3t3 recommend it) ftr.-I f will pcedfly 3
ovorcasio tho disease and restore holtay ottwa.
It 13 a SUR.T CURE for all
DISEASES of the L3VEB, S
It hao speciile action on tl..s ir.cpt important l
crt-aa, o .abling it to throw off t in.. ...7 ad fa. i
action, Btimulattns tho healthy v'ioncit 5
Eilc, nnd by ksepin? the bow.-ir .ifinr,g
tion, cffaCtiiJ? ita regular dJBCh.-xn; ?. I
aro bilious, ayspopric, w vu" . -, j-
"Wort wUl surely relieve and Q-uciir cum. l
! la the Spring, to oieanso tho t'y -1, 7try ?
ono cliould tako a thorough. conrt cf it jj
S' AIclC Porcomplai'.ip.'iwtol
' wcakflcasea, KlDlBy-WOB.'T Is uso-i-?aS, j 1
' aa it Trill act promptly and aafc,y. I
i Either Sex. IncontiiWco, r tr.v on of !.
brick dust or ropy dcporlt-, ar d-.udsWjt f
1 pains, all speedily yield to its cufu: pw, e
i tra-T Anti n. tho Ramo ti no on. O . Vl.aV1.
SirVEttAITD ;COWIILS..-J PcrC - ipaV.t
, pilcrt.orllhcuiaLjmiit io apcnna,'c it cure
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The HTew Volume, 19, commences wits
2Tovemoer. Send TITTY CENTS i- r three
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ten times its value.
HEALTH '18 WEALTfi!
Db. E. c. WEbTti' Nerve and Bkais Tkeatmk'
a specinc for HjMena. Dizzinpss. Conv.- n. "
vous Headache. Cental Depremon, Lovs -f 14MIH'7;
Premature Old Ajce, caused by over-exrt n, b
leads to misery, decay and death. One h "".
recent cases. Each box contains one "'""'" '.1
meat. One dollar a box, or six boxe- f r to &'
sent by nmd prepaid on receipt of prce. jt'''"" ,
six boxes to cure any case. With fich ordei rw
by us for six boxes, accompanied with tue i','utt.!t
will Bend the purchaser our written K-iar"Tre l" "r
the money if tho treatment doe in '"., lt.l
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