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I eTU AND STYLS.
Sein pleated |i kir ae Eau In hih
gAm nildi1easeesr *alu y a markedl i
aee of the " Aiss, ad silk ama
Ljes* eyibrght dsses have p-ety
tf nevwies at a trhikg kind wherewith
W gr -.mI tI.tr Itsae this season.
A stilMh UIagmrlem cloak, reachiag
ber meek to skirmh-m, Is made of black
I- Almi md lised with bleak and white
Vero prstl aw. the new afternoom
dreed Oi grayish rs en terw mott and
Sdia l~- IndIeasb bordered
w-ith old mad diver SUllnms.
Lmoe bate with low erorw and pro
JetingW bria, short at the back, and very
aimlaer to those wor during the summer,
ar imported in felt and in velvet.
Youthful looking direemtoe gowns show
the waits out off short at the back, and
equal in length from hip to hip, and not
pointed behind as usual.
A very lovely tint of English rose ap
pear among the new evening colors. It ln
a fascinatinr shade of pink, even more
bheatiful than the latet shade of vieuz
The pictureeque Venetian collar will be
worn both this and next meaon on demi
tollets and tea gowns, which term now
desfntely includes a particular style of
The MRussian rellteulse beret" is the
euphonious name of a new turban for
autumn wear, which is simply a turban or
beret with a low round crown, made ra
riously a felt, cloth, or velvet.
Green, especially of the mos linden and
grey remeda shades, will till remain a a
vorite color for handsome visiting and
earriage ootumes of cloth and velvet,
and there will be many eomblnatons of
s, with other colors, notably with
aSed pricot peach and copper red
Although novel and strikingl n many re
upects, still the autumn tailor fabrics as a
whole will land reat variety and bril
liancy to the whole season's estuminr.
The bordered woolens are onsidered
Arst choice, but the choice is unlimited,
and those who prefer a different style of
ods have every opportunity to suit their
Long redingote gowns, French polo
naises, directoire coats and pleated skirts
ar represented in the latet importations.
Wool dreesse are either bordered, striped
or in plaids; and although a large portion
of the dresses received are made of one
ort of material alone, still there are also
oombinations of wool stuffs of two kinds,
as a velvet striped skirt with plain cloth
redingote, or else two colors ofa plain fab
ric, as a golden chestnut redingote, or
coat with green skirt that is bordered with
golden hestnut stripes in haqdone shad
WITTY. WISI AND OTHERWISl.
"Wool is crawline up again," a the
farmer said wthn be pulled down his
flannel shirt and tucked it in.-Danville
Inquirer-How does your protracted
meeon prosper. parson? Parson-Oh,
well. here's a great awakening at the
close of every sermon.--OmaoJ World.
Bris-I suppoee you took your roll in
the surf every dy while you were at the
seashore 'r Br--Certainly not. I left
it at the hotel.-Terre Haute Xeprs.
Wealthy old gent-Whatl marry my
daughter! You are being supported by
our father. uitor-Yes, ir, but
ather is tired of supporting me and I
thought I'd better et into another aily.
-New York Wek ty.
"How does it happen that the baron's
affairs grow all the time worse? Don't
his people look after the advantage of
their lord ?" "Yes, of course but when
they ave found it they put it in their own
Sunday-eehool visitor-Now, if any lit
tle boy wants to ask me a question I will
be glad to tell him all I know. Ah I what
I I little boy boy-Say, does a
traight flush beat fours when there in't
any agreement before the deal ?-Terre
The bottom of a well near Rome, Geor
gia, fell out, "dropping the workmen,"
we are told, in a cave several miles in
letrth, with chambers of various sices."
This story completely demolishes the
axiom that "truth lies at the bottom of a
Visitor (from the west) -I am urprised,
my dear to find that you do not move in
society here. Gotham (sadly) -I can't
et in. When I was abroad I wasted my
time amon art galleries and old ruins in
stead of staying in London and picking
uD Enliush slan.-New York Weekly.
Lees of L Bn War.
Aeeording to a amputation just mssued
by an eminent statistician, the cost in hu
man Ua ofe the wars of the last tbirty-four
years has been 3,2,000 souls. The Crim
ean war coat 780,000 men; the Italian war
(18) 4000; the Danish war (1864) 000;
the Americn civil war-the northern
states 280,000, the southern states 580,000;
the Austro-Prusian war 446000; the Franm.
German war-France 15a000 Germany
-0,000; the Tuo-Russian war 250,000; the
South African wars 80,000; the Alan
war l,000; the Mexican and Cochin-China
expeditions 500, and the E ro-Serv
an isurrection 2,000. This list does not
nlaeiude mortality from sclkness.
. A.lrll navis1aton has reaehed this maur
Si sage of progress: At the late Pa
"`onageuss" on the use af balloons
Sd iearrier pigeons In tine of war it was
esolved that "aronauats I time of war
abeld be trealed as tbelliserens it the
were soladlers, but as spiles It they were
really Janens a the Aced
eu do epresse his belief that
nai wat don the problea of erlm
sarvigrtatto woeslb sold.
Ee-mr is t . UaMio a tMagedm.
lfteme hundred and ~ '.lght nOiUom
eItees, or .1 per heed of population, we
delivered in the United angidom during
the pear which ended the aSt of last
Marah. Blesides that there were aoan 000
Kb. telnh eeevlce shewed a d.MI .
should wear tan or brown eoe ones .
oves ead a white.
des Insted of hie.
An Aasrmese-mli Vmfuest.
An English lady ha left I0,000 to he dW
voted to the photoraphing of the stas,
planets and nebulm.
From the Chkraee Time&
Over two billion cigrettes were smoked
jt this country last ear. And yet people
wonder at crime.
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lSpring I . Co( etst (arriwm with the
Iortierm PrtMe fr Heleama Misoula and
the Btter moot Malway.
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Helena. St. Paul and tr State.
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