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AN ORCHESTRA IN GREEN.
My tiBiwoHk. Mth the maplea. swlnga
"Tit ITTlT In Alia mi
ton noon, a ehlnlnt sUver bolt. Ugh IB the
Deep la tbe wont black skadoas hide; lie
checkered on (he hUL
smlnet pale "dotkot gold? the lanes, la t&V
booette. are atllL -The
bees ham ten the eSoTer-heads, the eloYer'i
vet with dew;
A Utile bird, belated, chirps; aa owl cries otrtl
Oar atghU muse befit: U-urUtont, kmd
Below Un MoaaaU pin "lag Botes, the crick
eta shrill "mod cheer."
Kishvcurtalaed earth and starry sky axe na
ture a music ball:
The kiudlils are orchestra "star" plijors
one and ail.
Their ceaseless soag reiterates ens theme the
whole nlrht through:
Though Jubilant, tis wearisome. What did
Iladsbe but been theUttle maid whom once I
Ah, Katyl when I longing prayed, why did you
Had It but beea a knrlng "yes," with soft, de-
s ucioos Mas
1 mljrht, perhaps, exultingly, thus celebrate my
e a e a a
Ktpht wanes anaee, the sflrer moon by threat
nine cloud is hid:
The orchestra retire she comes she kissed
me, Katy dldi
Ahl Lore's sounr dream! how thrilling sweet.
It comes but once in life .
"Come. John, wake up! It's going to rain!" Be
side me staada rr,y wife!
Mrs. M S. SlMcy, in Yankee Blade.
The Part They Played in a Pretty
" I am happy to state to you and
to suffering humanity, that my wife
has used your wonderful remedy,
August Flower, for sick headache
and palpitation of the heart, with
satisfactory results. For several years
she has been a great sufferer, has
been tinder the treatment of eminent
physicians in this city and Boston,
and found little rebel She was in
duced to try August Flower, which
gave immedaite relief. We cannot
say to much for it" L. C Frost,
Springfield, Mass. 9
"If it didn't look as if I were trying
to jruin some benefit from j'our umbrel
la. " he remarked, as he chanced to meet
ber on the church steps after service,
l would ask to wal't home with you. 1
didn't expect rain when I left home, so
I am unprepared."
"However," came her clear reply, just
arch cnonph to be fascinating and just
tender enough to be frank, "if you 11
carry my umbrella and let me turn my
energies to kecpinff my dress caught
np out of the mud I'll be very thankful
They had walked, strangely enough.
half way home in almost complete
silence, when a man and a woman
passed them, like them under one um
brella, bnt unlike them the woman
as held snugly close to the man's
Bide as she clung to his arm. It was a
pretty picture of that open freedom
which so undeniably marks a congenial
man and wife, whose companionship
has ripened into frank trust.
As they passed, Kobert Conrtright
said, half thoughtfully, perhaps:
"They are sensible. If two arc trying
to use one umbrella they are surely to
be commended if they stuve to take up
as little room as possible. Eren if it
be noon, won't you take my arm?'
lint they are plainly not such such
strangers as we," she returned, con
scious that both were treading on dan
Are we strangers he asked quick
ly, turning his eyes searchingly to her.
ilie pretty face grew a trine pale
against its light-brown hair. A lump
seemed to climb to her throat, but ahe
returned, bravely: "Yes that is, we'll
aiwars be strangers compared with
He stopped for an instant and gazed
lixedly at her tilt a hot flush flow up
from out her fur collar and swept under
the velvet strings of her dainty brown
AlwaysT" he asked, simply.
"Yes. Why, can't you see that they
She tried to laugh it awav. but it
would have been difficult to tell which
pair of lips quivered the more or which
pair of eyes swam in the deepest mist
as the two started on. both silent, both
sad, both realizing that a little tragedy
had occurred in that brief instant un
der that dripping umbrella on the noon
Kight years went by and found
Gabriel Vaughne alone in the world.
with necessity for keeping up a life in
which all interest and all energy were
dead. "She had at last arisen from a
tedious illness, and the nurse herself
scarcely recognized the tall, pale, sad
faced woman, with the short, dark
curls, as the bright-eyed, light-haired
girl of six months before. Gabriel had
one thing dear to her, and only one.
and that was a memory. And some of
our dearest memories are the crudest
parts of our lives. When finally she
stood before a mirror and realized that
that changed creature was herself a
mighty resolve filled her she would go
to the source of that memory.
She knew where he was: 6he knew
that he had married three years after
that bitter morning in the rain, and
had married a wealthy wife. That was
the reason that she had thrust him
back from her long ago, just because
of his poverty. Not that it would pain
her, a thousand times no! lladn t she
cried out, night after night since, that
starvation with him wonld be only
bliss? But she had known his am
bitions and his capabilities; knew his
reams of success, and she realized his
bility to turn the dreams to realities
rihe was poor. Would she permit her
self to hang b millstone about his neck?
Would she hold him always in the
depths of poverty by being bis wife
and the mother of his needy children?
No, she would hurt his heart before she
would ruin his life.
Time had proved that she had been
right. His wife was a beautiful woman.
and her wealth had opened boundless
opportunities to him. He had risen
she had known that he would. But,
now that she scarcely was able to
know herself she would venture into
his world and see for herself how hap
py and proud and prosperous he was.
So, having spent all bnt her last
bill for her ticket, she stepped into
Philadelphia one spring evening, steel
ing ber heart to what might follow.
The next evening she had walked past
his great, rich house and was starting
back when a sndden shower burst un
expectedly upon her. She gathered np
her skirts in that particular way so
characteristic of a dainty woman and
was hurrying along when all at once
she was conscious of a sharp childish
cry at her side. Turning, she beheld a
tall, sad-faced man trying to quiet
fretful baby of about two years, which
held out its dimpled hands to her and
The gentleman strove to stop it and
Gabriel started on. But sharp and
piercing came the "Mam-ma!" and her
heart bade her linger.
For tbe first time the man spoke to
I must beg your pardon, madam.
His mother has just died and something
about yon seems to have recalled Her
to him." i
(rabriel's heart softened at once. Go
ing straight op she took the tiny, out
stretched bands in her own and mur
mured: "Poor, motherless little one."
The father held ont his umbrella over
her and for the first time she looked at
him tbe face was Robert's! She waa
glad for the exense of turning to baby
again and murmuring something unin
telligible. However, he had not recog
nized her, so she drew all ber stiengtb
tc ber assistance and succeeded in hid
ing ber emotion.
-If yon will walkunder mr umbrella.
aa loin going your way forth js square.
yon can keep dry. And, too," t feat
baby won't like to part with yon now."
There was no easy way to retreat) it
wonld have been absurd to scud off ill
a changed direction through the pelt
ing rain, so she continued talking hut
riedly to the ehlld As they reached
the foot of the broad atone steps she
topped. "I Cannot thank yon enough
for having calmed Leslie. His nurse
left this morning and he will not be
Consoled by any of the other servants.
So I finally told Mrs. Clarke, the house
keeper, that 1 wonld try him for a walk.
Bnt will yon not take tbe umbrella? Ct
will be b shame to expose yourself to
such a deluge."
She gracefully declined all thanks
and such kind offers, and gilded quick
ly off, a tall, black-robed figure daring
the watery drops. But perfect shriek
from baby arose when he found him
self deserted in this fashion, and
each succeeding cry became louder and
more distressing. Again Gabriel could
not go. Again she came back to him.
"Will yon please come into the honse
with him? Mrs. Clarke may there be
better able to get him away than I."
So Gabriel, carrying his child, en
tered his house, unknown, but welcome
Leslie was not to be easily deceived,
and all the ruses were seen through im
mediately by his careful, big bine ey -s.
"We must get a nurse-maid this very
night," declared Mrs. Clarke, as she en
deavored in her practical, cold-hearted
way to inveigle the young lord from
his new "mamma."
"But," groaned Mr. Courtriirlit,
"where can one get one which he call
trnst on such very short notice?"
A bold idea entered Gabriel's bead.
She tried three or four times to speak,
and her voice failed. Finally she
choked back the lump in her throat
Wonld it be presumptuous for me to
offer myself? I can show you excel
lent references, and I am now looking
for some such position."
You a nursemaid?" exclaimed Mr.
Conrtright, in amazement. Then a
moment later he would have given
much to have it back unsaid: her plain
black gown was darned ct the elbows;
it was merely her way of wearing it
that gave her the appearance of a wom
an of long-founded culture and deli
Two years went by, in which Miss
Varaey, as she was then known, undis
covered, was loved by and loved in re
turn Mr. Courtright's two children. It
was one evening in March just liefore
dusk when she had left Ieslie upstairs
asleep and had just come down to the
drawing-room with Mabel to stay with
thechild till her father come to riinucr. i
He was late, and Mabel wandered off J
to a back parlor, thus leaving Gabriel
alone in the dimly-liglited room, when
Mr. Conrtright finally entered.
I shall call Mabel." she lveran.
starting from her station by the win
No. Miss Varney, stav. 1 have
something to say to you. You remem
ber how moved I was the first time that
Leslie called you 'mamma.' Yon
thought then, no doubt, .that it was
because of the memorv of mv wifi
Partly so, bnt mostly becau.-: as
looked at you I thought for an instant
that yon were the woman who who
might have leen his mother if the fates
had been kinder, Iloyou know. Miss
arney, that you often remind me cru
elly of a woman 1 lovcl better than
Your wife?" She was glad that it
was dark enough to hide the trembling
of her lips.
"No, not my wife. I loved Marie one
way; she was tender and true to me.
But the woman that I really loved "
Then after a short pause he went on:
"But what 1 meant to say to you is
this: I have learned to lore yon a thou
sand times ltetter than Marie, and
sometimes, I almost think, as much as
I loved the dearest one. Can vou, will
you hate me if I ask you thus to be
Leslie's mamma in trnth as well as in
Slowly came the replv: "Hut vou
love the first woman best of all even
"Yes, I do. But. as I said, I often
almost think that you are she when I
stop to realize how I feel toward you."
Moment after moment went by. The
shadows came closer and the rim of
lighter clouds near the west horizon
grew narrower. At last she said: "I,
too, loved in the long ago. Hut I can
never in any way love another man
"Miss Varney." he broke in.
"Xo, let me finish," she continued.
"Take an umbrella and go down to the
east gate. Do not ask a question, but
take the umbrella and wait there."
Then she sped upstairs. He was
dazed; maybe that was the reason that
he, as in a dream, diil as she had bid
and took his station down by the rustic
gate, where the softly falling rain
dripped through the leaves on to the
gravel of the walk.
Suddenly he was conscious of a rustle
at his side, and, turning, there stood a
tall girl, with a loving smile beaming
above the same dark collar with a
sweet face shining from beneath the
same velvet bonnet remembered so
well from long ago, and an old-tin.c
voice murmured: "Roliert."
"Gabriel?" he gasped.
"Yes." she laughed "Gabriel and
your nursemaid in one."
When they walked np to the house
that night she clung lovingly to his
arm under the narrow umbrella, foi
they were strangers no longer. Ina J.
Hcgler, in Chicago News.
The prettiest shot I ever saw was
made by a woman, said Mr. Lane, of
Oshkosh, Wis. I was surveying in
Coles county, Illinois, in IMS, and
stopped for dinner one day at the cabin
T ASHIOW LETTER.
admirable Bad Attractive Antnmn Tallo
Do was Cfaarailn a- Costumes . Is- Grwas
(Special flew "fork. Correspondence.
' The ' style, quality, fit and finish of
the new autumn tailor gowns are
more than ever admirable and attrac
tive. Tbe cheviots, : tweeds, repped
wools, . Carmelites, broadcloth and
camel's .hair fabrics, nsed for these obr
tumes, are fine, beautifully woven,
they are more artistes in point of color-blending
than they have ever been,
and the trimmings for handsome tailor
gowns are distinctly novel and elegant.
In selecting autumn fabrics, serge,
Cheviot, tweed and camel's hair are
commended for traveling and walking
costumes. Navy blue still remains a
favorite color for these suits but mixed
also plain dark
brown, arc less
yards of the
very wide double-width
are ample for a
bell skirt with
coat, and the
edges do away
with any ex
pense ot trim
ming.Mixed,silk and wool fab
rics that have a
are largely ira
among the nov
and brocaded velours in rich autumn
dyes. Serges, vigognes and cheviots
come in with diagonals and pretty
borders are woven along the' edges of
tine camel's hair serges of dark colors.
The borderings are used fur edging tl.e
skirt, bodice and sleeves. Fancy
black and tan cheviots are used strict
ly for utility tailor gowns, while for
more elaborate costumes are soft,
beautiful ladies cloths in brilliant col
orings, to be made up with velvet coat
and skirt trimmings.
Most of the new costumes are mere
ly modifications of the styles with
which we are familiar. Kound and
stylishly pointed waists, with girdles,
corselets, short KUn jacket, fronts and
over fancy vests
continue in fa
vor. Th e r e is
now a very
tow ard the short
Empire waist, in
preference to the
we have so long
narrow tabs are
cut at the back
of sonic of the
strai g h t coat
skirts with bre
telles of velvet
that spread out
widely over the
to the belt-line,
then expand be
low. There are three sleeves just .it
the moment that lead iu favor. The
first is a close coat model, tight on the
fore-arm, but fully draped from the
shoulders down for -ilxiut ten or twelve
inches. There are endless wavs of ar
ranging this drapery in a huge puff,
in jal-ot folds in broken folds in vel
vet stripes sewed only at the top and
bottom, etc The ether models arc the
leg-o-mntton and the full Kmpire
sleeves gathered into a verv long cuff
that reaches nearly to the elbow.
The welcome announcement is made
that street skirts are to be cut several
inches shorter in the back. Prineesse
dresses will be
worn Ik i th upon
and in the
of the new
skirts are made
with six gores
and wide velvet
each of the
seams A frill
of the dress ma
t e r i a L or a
the skirt at the
velvet ribbon is
used for a gird lo
with bows and
ends either in
the back, or at
one side of the
the left The
corsage is also
with a band of the velvet going ovrr
the shoulders like suspenders
Plaided costumes are made with the
plaid "on the straight" and a cloth
coat of plain goods matching one of the
colors in the plaid. Some of these
coats are belled and buttoned under a
fold down tbe front, while the back has
a wider Watteau fold that reaches to
the belt-line only on some costumes
on others going to the hem of the coat.
I-ovely picture hats of black velvet
trimmed with scarlet velvet flowers
a-Ven suite. Dark green velvet picture
hats arc also very faaSionable.
For elegant uses are imported some
charming costumes of very light-colored
cloth, trimmed with olive-green
velvet, or a very rich shade of nastur
tium red, dahlia, magents or auburn
brown, pale fawn color, English pink.
dove gray and a tint of creain that
of a settler named Jnnken. During
the preparation of dinner Mr. .lunken I almost white are the leading shades
sai in me uauc oi mc cuuin en- . "t-- v, a o, , v mtum.-, nji njxrei.ii
gaged in conversation. A little tow-
headed youngster, less than a year old.
was playing about the yard. Suddenly
we heard the sharp whir-r-r of a rattle
snake. Fifty yards away we saw a big
fellow coiled, ready to strike, while
within three feet of it was the child.
crawling straight toward it as if
charmed. To call the baby away was
impossible, and to reach it in time to
save it was equally impossible.
Spellbound the father and I watched
the awful scene. An instant more and
the snake's head darted -forward! A
sharp report rang out from the cabin
door, and the rattler was writhing
headless in the grass! The baby was
quite unharmed, frightened a little
by the loud noise of the report of the
rifle. We found Mrs Jnnken lring in
a dead faint across the still smoking
gun. It was s splendid shot to hit that
snake's moving head at fifty yards
-"My dear," said Mr. Bunker to his
wife, "what has become of that box of
cigars you gave me on my birthday?"
"It is upstairs" "Well, get it. please
Jimmie wants to smoke, and I think
we can give him all he wants in about
three seconds" Harper's Bazar.
"Hullo, Haicede! I saw ac account
in the newspaper of yonr getting
bunkoed." ' Yes" said Mr. Haicede, "I
guess you did, though I never put my
name to that there note fer publication,
but jist as an evidence of food faith."..
wear, and en suite are hats of soft vel
vety French felt to match.
Cream-colored felt sailor hats
trimmed with cream feathers black
velvet ribbon and jet aigrettes are
noted among becoming and elegant
chaDeanx at the theater C D. F.
HOME HINTS -AND HELPS.,
Sweetbreads' Wash the sweet
breads wipe them perfectly dry, cut
them into slices about half aa lack
thick and fry in butter of lard1. Berrs
While very hot on bushed potatoes
The use of saccharin, the chemical
substitute for sugar, instead of sugafi
appears to be widening. An experi
ment in which all housekeepers are in
terested is that of preserving fruit with
saccharin, at 'a considerable gain in
flavor and wholesomeness It will, of
coarse, take tune to test the new
process which, however, is most prom
ising m theory. n. y. Times.
Calfs Tongues Fricasseed! Boit the
ton-rue until done about aa hour
take off the skin and tnnl neatly, then
eat into slices half ad inch thick; roll
in flour and fry for a moment or two in
hot dripping, place them in a sauce pan.
add parsley, celery and sliced onions
and cover with gravy, broth or water;
simmer, closely covered, for thirty
minutes slightly thicken the gravy and
pour it around them. American Agri
Huckleberry Short Cake: Make
good biscuit dough with a pint of sifted
flour, two tables poonfuls butter, two
teaspoonfuls baking powder and a good
pinch of salt Wet with sweet milk or
water to form a soft dough. -Roll it
into two cakes lay one above the other
in a pie-plate and bake. When done.
separate the layers and spread both
with butter, and then with the huckle
berries stewed and sweetened and
slightly thickened. Orange Judd
Pineapple Sherbet: Peel, dig the
eyes ont of and grate two pineapples
When prepared there should be one
quart. Add one and a half pounds of
sngar, the juice of two lemons and one
quart of cold water; stir until the sugar
is dissolved; let it stand half an hour;
strain through a sieve, pour into a
freezer and freeze, stirring all the time.
When it begins to get stiff, add the
white of one egg, beaten to a stiff froth,
with a tablespoonful of fine sugar
added; turn a few minutes longer, and
repack the freezer if it needs it Let it
stand two hours N. Y. Observer.
An excellent cement for mending
china or glass and one that shows lit
tle trace is made as follows: Soak
some isinglass in water nntil it is soft
and then dissolve it in as small a quan
tity of proof alcohol as possible; gentle
heat will aid the dissolving. In two
ounces of this mixture dissolve ten
grains of gum ammoniac; while still a
liquid add half a drachm of mastic
previously dissolved in rectified alcohol.
Mix well. To liquefy place the bottle
in a warm water: app ly it to the frac
ture with a feather or soft brush and
set the mended vessel a few hours in
same undisturbed place. Detroit Free
Turkish Pastry: Two pounds of
flour, one pound of ground sweet
almonds one pound of coarse powdered
sugar, one pound of butter, eight
ounces of pistachio nuts ten eggs
saffron coloring. Beat the butter and
sugar to a light cream, add the eggs
two at a time, beating well till all are
in; chop the pistachios fine, mix them
in the cream, add the almonds and suf
ficient saffron to make the batch a
bright golden tint then work in the
flour. Butter an edged baking tin. and
spread the paste an equal thickness
upon it. mark the surface in diamond
shapes bake in a moderate oven. Divide
the cakes at the marks Good Housekeeping.
Neat and Artlstta Designs
Very simple in style are many of the
imported suits for the autumn. Some
have a three-quarter jacket of serge or
homespun, with a blouse or seamless
waist of surah or other silk. Thus a
skirt of cream or blue homespun Is
mane with a waist of dark-blue satin
surah over a whaleboned lining. The
snrali is lapped in plaits in the back.
showing no seams Tbe frontsare drawn
down without darts leaving a deep V-
spacc for a plastron of cream color cov
ered with horizontal stripes of dark-blue
silk braid. A short frill, like a Vcrtu
gadin puff, of the surah shows below
the waist, giving breadth to the hips A
girdle covered with the braid encircles
the waist above the frill or puff. The
collar and wristbands of the full sleeves
are also of the braid. For the street a
princess jacket is added of the wool of
the skirt lined with silk like that of the
blouse: Another suit has a coat like
the Russian variety so popular this
summer. This has a wool skirt sewed
on along the waist-line, and the back
has one wide plait The fronts do not
meet to fasten, and are turned back at
the top in a revers collar. The Louis
XV. and XVI. styles now raging are
giving impetus to the paniers and
slight hip draperies so persistently
rumored about and heretofore so little
seen. Some new fete-gowns recently
imported and sent to Newnort show
that these revival rumors regarding
paniers are authentic. One of the
models is of pale rose-colored silk,
raised on the left side to show a petti
coat of black lace over pink. A grace
ful drapery of black lace comes from
the left shoulder across the chest to the
waist, and thence to the right hip,
where it is lightly draped in panier
style. Another dress of sheer cream
veiling, or French challi, is patterned
with pale-blue cornflowers twined to
form a narrow stripe. The superfluous
material on the front breath is caught
np to the hips where it is held in place
by bows of cornflower-blue ribbon, and
added to the fulness of the upper side
breadths form short Watteau paniers
No one but slender women, however,
should select this particular styie.
N. Y. Post
THE - VEILED -PBOPHET.
Final Arrangements for Ela MaJ
Arrival sy Water an4 Military Farads mm
Satajday-Orajid Farad sad Ball
t aetftsr-Fair Weak
St. Locis, Sept 13. The Veiled
Prophet will arrive the day after to
morrow, and every one is now discuss
ing the details of his grand entree and
of the magnificent festival, parade and
ball of next Tuesday. For fourteen
years in succession the mystic monarch
has visited the city, arriving every year
in a secret manner, and not making Sis
appearance until the parade. But this
year the carnival at St Louis is so much
grander than anything which has pre
ceded it, that His Majesty has decided
to make a formal entree, and he will
accordingly arrive by boat on Saturday
afternoon. He will be met by the First
regiment N. G. M., and by a large dele
gation of influential citizens. The
Prophet will hold a reception at the
Exposition in the afternoon and will
then retire to his "den," from which ht
will emerge on Tuesday afternoon.
PLACE OF LACE.
Kaa-a a rrv-ttv as4 i
The r7f Prophet
The parade on Tuesday will be
magnificent spectacle, unusual trouble
and expense having been incurred in
preparing the floats and moving spec
tacles while from the 75,000 gas
nd electric lights brilliant rays of
countless shades will add to tha splen
dor and magnificence ot the scene.
Enormous crowds will view the parade
from points of vantage along tbe route,
and excursion trains will be run to the
city from various locations Specially
low rates for the carnival will be made
by the various railroads next week, and
it will be possible to secure round-trip
tickets for one fare from nearly every
depot in this section.
Advatage should be taken oi this op
portunity, for the attractions next
week are so numerous that fresh enjoy
ment can be found every day. The ex
position, with its fonr concerts daily by
the grandest band in America; the fair,
with special attractions in the ring
every day, to say nothing oi tne veuea
prophet and of the magnificent illumi
nations of Tuesday and Thursday, will
combine to make the first week of Octo
ber. ISM. a week never to be forgotten
bv residents in. or visitors to. the great
western and southwestern metropolis
A Celestial HodT.
At the Circus "Who's the big In
dian suioking a eigarette?"
"That's MiMn-faeed Charley."
"What docs he do?"
"Ho takes a star part in the sun-
dance." J udgc.
Foi'B men in every six use tobacco.
Tiie S3.-O00 newspapers in America
employ 20,000 men.
Tiierf. are nearly 3,000 stitches in a
pair of hand-sewed boots
One-third of the deaths among Amer
ican Indians are due to consumption.
TnK Johnsons outnumber the Smiths
by TOO, in the Chicago directory.
Toe men employed in a Michigan
basket factory make a grape-basket
apiece each minute.
According to United States statistics,
farm land in New Jersey is rated at an
average of 35 per a-a-e, the highest of
any state in the nnion.
The largest sum ever asked or offered
for a single diamond was t3,150,000,
which the prince of Hyderabad, in
To Covar tha Piano.
A piano spread of much elegance or
dered for a mnsic room where its color
and decoration are harmonious details
in the general scheme, is made from
plush of the very lightest green. Over
it are scattered pond-lily flowers and
pads both cut from heavy satin and
couched in place. The flowers are
of white with j ust a hint of pink, and
shot with silver, the effect being that
of silvery white. Silver thread is used
for sowing down the flower petals The
lily pads of green satin arc couched
and veined with gold thread. The cen
ter of each lilly and stems of the leaves
are worked in solid embroidery. Mock
jewels of a whitish shade are dropped
near the flowers here and there, to
give the effect of drops of water. N.
Dominie "Xow, boys what is the
meaning of the word 'ubiquitous?
rorty-six tongues are painfully si
lent Dominie "Dear me, what igno
rance! 'Ubiquitous' means 'existing
everywhere. And now can you give
me an instance of something that is
ubiquitous?" Chorus of forty-six
tongues (while fortv-six arms were
simultaneously uplifted) -'Yes sir.
'Ta-ra-ra boom-de-av,' sir."
Clva ra Rest.
This is the prayer of the nervous who da
not sleep well. Let them use Hostctter's
,-sioniacli is, iters and their prnver will be
speedliy answered, insomnia is the prod
uct of inittirestjnn and nervousness two as-
mic.hu- annienis, soon remedied by the It li
ters, which also vjnqu shes nmlnris eon-
(.,iiuii,Mi. nver r-nmpuuni, rucumausui i.na
That dav Is a failure in which ynn do not
try to make somebody happy. Ram's Horn.
'Tar. A. B. C. Bohemian BeUled Beer"
marto by the American Hrewmit Co. of St
uouis, is dclu-ious It is sparkling.
Tub law allowing three days' grace on a
note does noL ap- ly to a musician. 1 ney
must take up ih- not?a at sight, as ihey be
come due, or the whole will go to protest.
Hare Ton Asthma?
Dn. R- Sciiiffmass, Kt Paul, Minn., will
mail a trial pacUaire or SchlrTmann's Asthma
turn jrre in any sunerer. dives instant re
bel in worst rises and cures where others
IalL frame tins paper and send aililress
Kaw Toarc. Oct J, 1W1
CATTM! Native steers . ... 3S S 1!4
rnTTn-ff Mi-MIInc .... 7H
rMillK winter wneat im f
WHEAT-Nn. S Rett "TIO
OORV 3fo. 8 ails K-
OATS Western Mixed -H
PORK-New Mesa 13 25 U (0
roTTOS MI.MIin ....
BEEVES-I'rnlee Steers.. .. T
Medium 4 SI
HOOS Psir to Select 4 11
SHEEP Fair to Chotca. 37S
FLOUR Pstents 3 55
Fsnev to Extra Do . Z 70
WHEAT No. Red Winter
CORX-JJo. Mixes 41t
OATS No. S s
RYE No. t IB
1UBAUUO l.nn 1 HI
Reasons for Bandlts
Pure air and liberty are the very es
sence of life to those mercurial Greeks
Their splendid climate makes an out
door existence both by dsy and by
night not only adclight to them, bntin
cases where their peasant dwellings
wonld be close and confined, an ab
solute necessity, except in the short
winter months They tare far happier
India, agreed to give the jeweler who ; roaming houseless over the hills, sleep-
then owned the Imperial, which is con
sidered the finest stone in the world.
The little black spots on the end ot
the snail's horns are the animal's eyes.
He can see with them very little, but
they serve to disting-aish for him light
from darkness, and enable him tn ah.
serve objects at s distance of an inch or j preference) adds no small xest to Vheir
ing under an olive tree by night and
dining on a bunch of giapes with a
morsel of bread, than living a regular
existence at home. It must be owned
that, for the class of whom we are
speaking, the facilities afforded by this
mode of life for pillaging travelers
(those hailing from Great Britain by
HAT Tlear Timothy (new)...
RITTTER Choice Dairy.
PORK Stsndsrd Mesa (new).
LARD Prime Steam
HOOS Fi.ir to Choice
SHEEP Fair to "Choice
FLOUR Winter Patents
wheat no. I spring-
CORN No. I
OATS-No. t -
FORK Mass (New) 10 OS
CATTLE Shipping- B tears JO
HOOS All Grades t 75
WHEAT No. 2 Bed S3
OATS No. t a
COKN-No. 2 31
t 1 -3 T U-. .............. . . . v go
HAV-Choice 14 00 14 SO
PORK New Mess 41 II (0
COTTON-Middlinir TSjw Vt
WHEAT No. I Bed Km n
CORN No. I Mixed 4 4TS
OATS No. Z Mixed Wtm
PORK New Mess 11 OS 11
BACON-C'lear Bib t
"When yon are tired of lace sad tn-
orotaerj and insertion and drawn work
and all that sort of thing," said a young
uuy oi dainty tastes, "adopt my plan
and ase plain raffles of mull with nar
row hem rolled and aswed oa to yonr
underwear. It's aa pretty trimming as
eaa possibly be found. For a long
time I have assd very little embroidery,
heeattse it takes up a good deal of room,
besides the heavy ridges in the work
seem to annoy me, especially in very
"Lace really doesn't look at its best
unless it has a tiny bit of dressing, and
then it is sticky and disagreeable; so I
have turned from all these follies sad
vanities to fine mail ruffles hemmed by
hand. If I want them particularly
pretty and stylish, I hemstieh the hems;
bnt that s a lot of bother and doesn't
"I have some gowns "reposing
robes,' as one of my sentimental friends
calls them with ruffles of linen lawn.
hemstitched and trimmed with a
Smyrna edge not over a half-inch wide.
My gowns are of fine linen for hot
weather wear, and it is a luxury, or,
rather, I may say, an extravagance, in
which I indulge myself. The ruffles
mske a pretty and inexpensive trim
ming; indeed, the fabric itself is hand
some enough without elaborate garni
ture," ". Y. Ledger.
wt, "E2S-. saw Tans sss sxaal
"Dors your wife know you were outlast
alghtl" "Yea But she doesn t know how
W. H. Gairns.Jackson.Michliran. writes:
"Suffered with Catarrh for fifteen years.
Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me." Bold by
It is an easy matter these days to warm
np for any emergency. Binguamton Re
publican. Ir yon want to be cured of a cough use
Bales Honey of Horehouod aad Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one lninuts
Hard times may make us careful, but It's
s good time that makes us tight. Peck's
Dox'T fool with indigestion nor with s
disordered liver, but take Beeeham's Pills
for immediate relief. S5 cents a box.
Above sTI other remedies, is I
best adapted to this climate.
It is especially effective ta
, PUMFTWO THE 8L00D M0
"I ax netting things down to a fine poi nt,"
said the balloonist, as he lit on a steeple.
IT WILL CCEE
All complaints arising from a !
I disordered condition of the 2
. Ijver, the Stomach, the Kiu-
I ueya and tuo Bowels: Iys-3
j pepsia, Habitual Constipa
tion, indigestion, Mrk Head-.
.ache. Bilious Complsints.f
' etc., etc., yield rapidly to it E
Denencent iniluenre. I
It tones up the svstem and i
restores perfect health, is
purely vegetable in composi-1
lion snu pleasant to tne taste. I
If yon have not tried it, I
1 TKY IT aOW I ALL DRUG- I
GISTS EAVX R FOB BALL
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
in making clothes, this was. It had to go.
And yet people thought it a pretty good
thing in its day. Some of them cou Idn't
believe, all at once, that there was any
thing better. Just so with every improve
ment The old way always has some be
nighted ones who ding to it to the last.
1 oo r ast
in ruining clothes, un-making them that's
the trouble with the washboard. But it's going
now and going last, to join the spinning-wheeL
Women find it doesn't pay to rub their clothes
to pieces over it They can wash better with
Pearline. Less work, less wear, no ruinous
rub, rub, rub. That's the modern way of wash
ing safe, easy, quick, cheap. No wonder that many women
have thrown away the washboard.
Car, J Peddlers sod some unscrupulous grocers will tell you this is as good as
tkJCllU or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE Pearline is never peddled.
ft Ba,Ck hotustJSct.
scads yon something in place of Pearline, he
, jaau riu, acv ian
ITIB A nrTTyM ewe reer
aelfaaa faeatlrta tret the Seat
valae far rearaieaer. Beeaa
aalse In rear feotwear a-r FS r
cfeaslac V . 1m uaaglas eases,
whirls veareseat the hest
valae fer e rices askeaTs aa
sist win Keaviir
tV-TAKS NO St'BSTlTIJTa.
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEK,
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOS THE MONEY.
A tae swr-j 4s ftof win met Hp, flM ealf, MMnleaav
Booth InfthM, flexible, more comtrxXibieMjllah aad doimbl thtm
wr oUmt boB rrer aoid at tao prion, iGqaaU cauaa. aate afcoaa
ecMttng from $ to tfS.
CiA mu4 & HaaJ.agwr, tiwrmitoe. Thm bmmC ftylM.
'w"-' 9mMj tuii d in able -uhms ew soid at Uscw prltMas, Tayfqaal
SB 1m ported -bo- cnitai from $b to $iX
9 ! Paliea Him. worn by (irnm aatf all atiMfa wb
9-va want a good brj calf, thret rer-r-d, aztenasoa -Klsa aboa.
rasr to walk fa, and will krp the fee-t dry aad warm,
afetf-a 50 Fla Calf. 91.'2 aad J WarklaaaM
9aCa will (IT0 more ar for Its notwr Uu njr otbT make.
Taer m aiada for afrrtra. Tba 1
Ingmc-a bavA found Uiw oat.
-$ ft VC' -ud YaatW tl.YS ftehaal vUfcaea
I w worn by the bora vremracra. Tba bmmc mm
able hof told at these piioea.
I A niCCf Haaf--we-i, 99.Sw, ) aad SI S
LALIILO hboes for Mlaaeaare aiadaoX Umoms Do
(-mi ns m Cmkt. aa dfimL Tbev ar err atyllaa. eom-
fortabla and durable. Tbe $3 aboa vqaala caetora marie
eboea -roatiox frnm 4 . Lads wtowlaa toaooao
-an i is, thoir ffaotwMr are nAdtna tbl out.
C A ITIO?!. Bawareof dealer MDsltqtti-iaVei alta
MtW. L. DooffJar mm aad the prVe amfd oa boctom.
ac v rrtD tat Knife i act ounce cb rabeatatinBa are madalent and MDjeci u prnaecar
now run W. a. UUUULAo OtlUt.3. tkn by law fnr obtalalnff moaey ander falea pnteaer.
If aeC for aula la jmmr flare aeai 4lrert ta F artery, atailaa- klad. elaeaad width
waated. Peetaae fr-r. Will -five rarlaalre enle ta ettae d re I era aad ceaerml mer
aaaaia where 1 aar e aa areata. Writ far Catalacaa. W I. Deaglme, Uracktaa ittaaa.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
Ask your doctor what hap
pens to cod-liver oil when it
gets inside of you.
He will say it is shaken
and broken up into tiny
drops, becomes an emulsion ;
there are other changes, but
this is the first.
He will tell you also that
it is economy to take the oil
broken up, as it is in Scott's
Emulsion, rather than bur
den yourself with this work.
You skip the taste too.
Let us send you an inter,
esting book on careful liv
ing : free.
Unlike the Dutch Process
are ased la tbe
which 4 eeeJs-elt?
imw mmd -aalatMa
mm m it m
1 1W itmftk ot CoccaaaUaS
with BtareB. Arrowroot ae
'finsar. and s (ar Basra eeo-
axsBleal, cosHae at tko atas asm ewp.
It la delidaaa, aotiiiablnf, aad M4SII.T
8eM Yf Craesra et-errwhsrs.
-"tnaTetraat kcepB Scott's Em
aft all dniuiM erarywaere do.
DO YOU DANCE? SSS
Ikirtv m'mtu th watt, aad iwvr. Don '1 bm langhed
r.'l' EIPUT bTALTZiRH haste
TWO CHARTS 5D COMPLETE IS8TRCCTIOSS.
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raor. rmut co-.au a arsawar,st,Lsia, Me,
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llllak aj MMIIUMk FORM infl-r
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all BiDOta or tpport. fnr pnees write OANKi m
w-ariirr vniaMni- vaVB-fsvaaaaaaS WaVera.
I tuffertdfrnm ea
tarrh 12 sears. 7 he
AropjAxga into the
throat were aujm
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the Jtrtt dag turn of
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the Htrentm a? ri,
tirttm gome. IK o.
Vartdmrn, with Uc
UMon Buaoa. tini -raaiaH .aaaa am law, Tases, bltaai
A particle Is applied Into each nostril sad la IUw mM Ajssr--nulDe hers. Dd
tr a a n a d Gootie tn i r
TIm Trade Bmppnttm,
Bead for wbole-Mfe prlee
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