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tac ??Oe to you the first installment of netzt Serial entitled Th? Castle of CL d By aArthur Henry Vesey Author of *' The Clock ?and the Key" X!Oe ha^Ve told you that it t&ould be good, and you t&ill not be disappointed. ^ S?ou t&ill jfind a ?rot&ing interest at the end of enJery installment, and kvhen the story is com? plete you tail I be ?lad that you read it. ^ Uh e opening install? ment is in this issue. RACK FOX PAPERS FANCY WOI'K ? BE? GUILE VACATXN PtRIOD. Any Material, from ? ? Brocade, Suitable -s a Very Pretty and Uaeful ? ; ! I 1 ? ? the ch ?Ice ! r i The back si Rastet of a strong about 20 Iouk by 12 Wide Ttale must be neatl.\ aiti ? material chos? en, which it would be uselose to em brolder, as tin work would b?i cum :i the papers were put iu. The front, however, can be just as beautifully a?*d ?elaborately cm broid? .k*r pleases, ? flnish?'?i the werk le un>unt???i on a iinilar to the back, but ratear shorter, and sharply round? ed off on arse Ride. Tn?? lesa pieeee the join? ing opposi - sewn all around. I e ol ribbon at p, by wh oket, and a similar ROW at il?.-- Ratte, would fitly finish a Si "y and useful affair. SWEEPING AND DUSTING. A iwewal DRedasal convention in Eng? land has not coastdei ueath wmlajsRlnnR ...?use-j Raids some general Ul? li mes to housoclean ??*. Inhyi-i.nic ways of sweeping and dusting; are ni ;>onsl ble for ? ? illnesses, for aad dirt. Te presi :saj a great dust in . Ing use moist sawdust on bare ihe room Is car: moisten a newsp*t>er an ' into small scraps a- :i the car? pet when you bejfin sweeping. As you sweep brush f???p?G? alpn?. the d ? ? . : ' only I dry ? ?hak? r . Cause es. A ? ? r ? : : ? ' ' Q Tie Sir -r ?n the Corsage. It II I ' adds : ' Is no Ion ? ?)(,?. quet, ! lily, t' che:. Lingerie Celt !s Artistic. A late arrivai fi of h. , srith a plain ir .>.??? s*? are smart ar. : be nu d?" ? they dainty waist finish v-> simple lawn shirts and lln^n st serge skirts. Hand ecibi? ? is a in? fancy, this affording ampi?? sco; ? lng?-uioue individual treatment. Duty ef Hopefulness, The peUttalaa. like tho doctor, should be take an never to si?? up hopa till tho last minuto.?St. 1 Short Lived Coffee Blossoms. Coffee plantations in bloom are snow wb; .1 ? delicious odor, but tho b lie in a day. Primogeniture. T<X) many o| t who are trying to establish the brotherhood of man want to be the old?r brotiiera. Cure for Headache. For a dull hwavy headache ov??r the brows and accompanied by la. chilliness and .. of general die comfort, with distaste for tooa. try of potassi urn. Dis? solve two parssiaa of iodide of potaa aium in half a wlne?/lais?ul of water, this being sipped so that the whole quantity may be consumed in about tea miau: IDEAS FOR THE HOSTESS. "Mother Goose Luncheon" an Enjoy? able Party?For s Shower. A Mother Goose Luncheon. Every otRCe in awhile tho request comea for a Goose" enter? tainment, ani this affair ?h-scribed be- ; low la Qutt** out of the ordinary. In the invitations, whtch had quaint lit M and ink sketches ?>n th :i;od hat broom, evideatly quite ready to "sweep the cobwebs down from the sky," the guests ? something to indicate a eh 1er in the dear old book of nursery rhymes. The table centerpiece was an enor? mous "pi<>" with a ribbon radiating to each plato, where it was attat:hed to a funny little white lambkin. On tho place cards most realistic spiders of Japat. ufacture were fastened by a drop of glue. was called upon to re? cite tho rhyme she r?:prost>nt??l when she SJi sed. This was the of much merriment When th??? deasert so ex se was brought In. the ItoatfaSaa ask?-??! all to pull their ribbon?, sad OWJt of URS ne all sorts of birds. They srere found at the f p ter and elicited much favorable comment "There is no tell? ing what can ' ntii you begin to look," said the Indefatlguahle host? ess, who was ever on ft for something new. The Souvenirs were a joy to tho guasta, being small j* bearing a card on which was wrl "i'olly. put the kettle 01 -'11 all take tra.*' A < Folks' was U who correi acters. For s Shower. . Mme. Meni kindly atad Of a shower tor R tember t>: r than a affair, as that ? If ' ' For a L ty. ? ? ? I ?< ? - I. Archery is also go?>d, and TO MAKE UP FOULARD. Charming Gown Des:gned from This Popular Material. foulard Is ;mer, -no sees ng gowns made from It. Our model is ?especially good for this material. Use a white ring dotted brown foulard and trim the foot of the skirt with two bands of brown velvet ribbon. This same decoration is used on the Jumper blouse, to border the square neck and kimono sleeves. The chemisette and undersleeves are embroidered batiste. Late Styles In Shoes. Among the becoming shoes which are among late arrivals axe a num? ber very pretty for the open-work ar? rangement over the Instep. This open work makes a dainty summer shoe and Is very dressy. One three-but? toned slipper has the buttons right down the center of the instep straps. Another shoe is cut with large dia? mond flaps to accommodate the little buttonholes. The colonial type is ia open work and always finished with silver buckles. Imagination In Busin? Emotion snd imagination are sisters and most of the great business suc? cesses have been founded tn th? first place on Imagination, writes a sage in Black and White. Calculation, energy, hustling, hard-headedness may carry ?out the scheme which is to maks money, but it is nearly always imag? ination which makes the scheme ENVY. *TT> liai Of I I in r ???? wtUl?M Hi' Uf ? ?.^nt in ht? bi> e. Is able ?.?.? u> I A In : In t ? U But envy is a * ? -Dad . Time Works C^ ^es. Th? ? troet ? . * an) thin ; nod be : le in tMs town of : . : n?: Wh. an I wa ? you called every man I sd and c and s<?env but o?>w reu i>;?s-i them ^:th a ? .r I was a caudiiiatv for o3i< ?. Full of Knots. The lanky tram; "A! I ? Tb<? ? Ceuntinrj 'Em Py ' Acre. ? tain TOO SERIOUS. w is If. ? marrl' dwaya 1 am still a aal. ??? vert hing! Evert h ? ? g ?^ |? furniture-! I Floor Coverings-i?-| JSYDNOR &. HUNDLt Y, INC. | 1 Leaders. | A "-' ? S 709 711 713 EAST BROAD STREET. ? Hbe people's IRcstaurant. - 750 North 3rd St., Richmond, Va MEALS at All Hours?Hot or Colt*. Board by Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. POLTTB ATTENTION. .GIVB MB A CALL? Mme SYLVIA L. MITCHELL, Proprietress. SCENIC ROUTE TO THE WEST ?:0? ? ?"??t dawta tra -port ? ;i \ ? and Mtion. AU train? carr !' M aSS or Tari..r cara. M Daily Loca! ? al. Newa 10:00 AM i* ?rvl ?irtcy ami ? - p a. ? Orane??. ? ? M \ m M. FI ? ?L ? Richmond. I re ?der fV G Icksburg. and Pets 1 *** ** " mac k'&i?road ?tTBWAPD. 6:J5 I 1 Ac Through. Local Through. . \ ' I Aecom ? N & NORFOLK WE - M ? M " l ATLANTIC COAST LINE ??.? 1 Tco Much for Her. Mrs ibis to un? The Day After. 1 the ? for ti ily w< next I? i>. muri:. M. D?, Strani-:?. WoaVltaffrl fasi Trje are the a ?tr te? cy The I '. * m rit?>:. o. i>. i:i:ri ?. tat ?. the only Urtag Apostle of of th?1 M 9.14Mio In t.?>'?l to any one in the nee or hand humbug ! (?rente?t Hindoo Medium Id Iba World. ORKAT - Kit that' ife can tell you while in s Clalrvoy ?-.ish to know with out a wo?-?! betag spoken. Come., all ye unbelievers. srofr?>rs nn.l ers; brini* all your skepticism with you?be will open rot te the as all f j yo hi all with l low spirits and lwt hi.n lift the bur-' from your aching and jealous World to Ritta him in causing a R] ith the ? sppsrated and bring ? on??. Traces irmt or stolen goode. Uneavrtha bidder? It?-mOTes evil lufluene? Crosses. Spells, ill Lurk, cures tricks and Conjurations, tti?es Luck and ?a in sll O and Liquor Habits. Al? lows the * to be set Free. la Um only one that will ?rive a Written Ouarant??e to complete your business or refund your money I ? . ?tj know what i i?? with you? Como and -ult Nifiir??'? !><K-tor. ?ism. Insomnia. Hysteria and a Point: iad all t?nmes ? ' NO what nils you. come rful man. Read peo? ple iii long, how they toll, while oth succees. y, ilt h y men and ? e their em-ceas to 1 man. ^ i 11 tell you whom you will marry. Will you be happr? He will tall yn'i w'.io ytrar friends and erii-iiii I . ? tell? Di>r.'t take a leap in 'e dark, hut be aJ by this wonderful man. Great? est Prophet ? ace. I when others fail. This is the chame ?>f a life sa von P. M. W ?.?Our consultation Fee is tlnfrs, fior?. A!: I $1.00 will be answer ed in full. M MV OPPI, i Philadelphia. Pa. ?? *ho time. Send G?.???? and /Ifcccbamc?' Savings UBank RICHMOND. VA. 5 H NORTH THIRD STREET. Capital, $25,000. ?? paid on ? ? hieb remain? 60 d Money L? . . s Latan*, sta .appi Ihi sii 7 I'M OFFICERS: ni. H. P. JONATHAN, \ ?lent. I H08, l?. \> , Vi . .. HSV. W 'RVAI.t., . Jwantm tu d j .1. J. Oartbs TH Che J. V. Hawkin's 5&K?goryi* * 111 *d.\l'h Ki'.r I 1 RKI?.J aa? ? ? on ? lar?re ' ? ur pr? | ses of ita | ? raturai and \ < pot in 1 ? for bon It will ? -ve Dami. ire Sculp of all ?tupurui re Hair on ? ?t* are m I jB^gJr-G). [aid. The Faos i<"autifler makt* I wdar en ? wud ii.lX). Moiiry oas be sent by rdsr ter Order ?**?*** ? eaarge <>f 1? c\? ra i* ???|?<??>?'?1 un all out of rit > ??nlcrs "*?e*Bjrj^ r?-h.s all commuuicatiun* to MME. J. V. HAWKINS, ?IS V. Firft Ntrert, - KU'hmond, Vs 'PIONE, 44?.. nelly confidential. ?Phone, 577 Richmond, Va A. D. PRICE, funeral Director, Embolmer ?and Liveryman. All order? promptly filled at short notice by telegraph or telephone. Halls rented for meetings and nice entertainments. Plenty of room with all necessary conveniences. Large pianic or band wagons for hire at reasonable rates and nothlxg but first-class ?carriages, buggies, etc. Keeps constantly on hand fine funeral supplies. ?^ No. 2*2 East Leigh Street. tteaaldenc* Next Bator. OPEN ALL DAY & NIGHT.?Man on Duty All Night ?sw W. I. JOHNSON, FDHEEnL DIRECTOR AND EMBAIMER 4k W?af?tooms, 207 N. Fotishee St. Corner Broa?* HACKS FOR HIRE: m by Telephone or Telegraph nlled. Wedding, Snp ; per? and Entertainments promptly atended. ? tee, 666, Residence tu Building, New Phon*. 4?