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-rr,'? r--? Hi t(X -- fr v Terms. $1.60 Per year in AdYance. .:?? vol. TliEY SAY V .KL XA JmNQ5Totfri 5 cents per cor Casino Tm ,;.. e-, - "ecaa-t bn,ldo2e the teV waut 0 r ber ,,, . .7 "" """ iaiuia to ue a UiM'h slowly. la$: must go. DHfifful men should be watched. Sonu-tliiug will drop in a few day. Fortune's hypocritical talk in the jiwiu'ii last week will not catch the recorder. The unorder is an old man For tune, so you said Fortune a few weeks ago. It h too hot lor the recorder to jmli tafiy this weather. 1 oils pull taffy when they have IlOUlili eiMJ LO uo. Fortune will never get the Hayti- an mission. Take a rest young man, vou ar we.jlied in the balance anil fnnnrf wanting. Had the Uek supported the hypo crite nftuo Age, it would have been wore lavorably known to him. It you waut a live paper read the Bht. Ruling men will come to the front. fin Kepublican Central Commit tee should be a representative body. 1 he Afro-American Press and its e.litois should bo in every -household. He honest in your dealings with FASHION NOTES. Grenadine with satin string an small broche figures made oyer a hgofsilkorsatin 8uras0Vyeerrya Net ffOWrm oM .i havfl nio To a oiy "ressyand here fln h C6 fl?U0ce8 festooned JShn'nK.-1'.1? bows Of gold width. uia,uauonc an inch in mI,t& h.ud80meat ak dresses-are Cats'-eves .in -;.. added to the imitation jewels with which dress trimmings are studded! ( Jet cabochons an inch m diam eter are placed m open lace like squares in new passementerie. Checked tweed crowns for mm.,.. mgor traveling are made with a deep coat and plain skirt simply .uv,u mm otiiuuiug, Mousseline desoie and chiffon ruffles for the neck are printed with gay fleurettes, or else are dotted and scolloped with black. Nail-heads imitating nnwhm-ofo emeralds, and topazes for studding sleeves, collars, and plastrons, are uaueu -jewels" and are very much sold. Light tweeds and Chevorts in brown and gray, are used for tai lor gowns for the demi-season. .,. . j "" woiujo IU ue a vjunstian. mnnf. .tv. i else, be gentle in ber manners. From The Ladies' Home Journal. man. Washington Bee. Wiley University is not of Nash ville, Teun but Marshall, Texas. The Christian Index. IHOW TO KEEP COOL. Cleanliness, not only next to god liness, is part of coolness, says the Ladies Home Journal. So take a -- mu uo topm, ana atterwards giving yourself a cool shower. Omit starcii from your clothes as far as possible. Eat a liht i,Mni,, Greasy food, or a great quantity of lood, taken in the morning, will most certainly lmaf- im,-, am. for the eutire day. A woman who stays in the city and is always cool, b..v.o uu.a us uer Dill of fare: A cup of coffee in the morning, with bread and butter; a luncheon of cola bef and baked potato, with lemonade or inert rpn n,i n n;nn- alter sunset consisting of a little SOUP, a bit Of mflaf: anr. nnr l.f- vegetable, a cool green salad, a cold desert and a small cup of cof fee. Keep this in mind also; there is no better preventive against heat than good temper," when you corn Dine good bathing, proper food, "u oveuuess or disposition with it. A? W&PRECEDEWTi iPFHi AMUSEMENTS. TJJSTON PIC -NIC! m ''it teartrVW Sbseetbot i rofe.( ic& J'fiAa' Mi 6fiasEss- && Wt&jen i &? AT Irving Park, MON. JULY 13TH. ss ?51s; P m mmm BY I m WSl m fccwr '"KS5M. Kil m Tire A. M. E. S. Schools, a:I men. lago must go. If trnil ohnrt T " UIUO er him yo iru. a man and then rill receivfi vonr - -i x - The District Commiasionfirs tnnw what they are doing. Young republicans will do all in their power to reform politics. .Some people are so conceited, that they declare that it is raining when the sun is shining. Great deeds are performed by great men. lie careful what you Hay, when auu wnere you say it. It is the brave man who will tell the faults ol his friends. W hen men contract debts they sbvtuM be paid. Tuere will be an independent or ganization soon. l)id the State trfiasnrnr nf SnnMi Carol.ua effect that State? Hook agents are frauds. Thev can tell you the world in five minutes. Vi third term men will bo filers. el to the next convention. The Oanitol Savings "Rant hna Peered a new nrpsirtAnf Toe EE ig the livlifiar. and mnsr Mialiie journal in this country. ilU' (i(lta will ha at. l'nrlnnan. I - "" " . JJ MIX 1UUVJIIU- ! uent orsrauizatinn. Th u is no rtat inv t.li tfnrrm r. Itayburn will be Health Offi Indoor costumes, are being made in Paris of light faced cloths, trim med with flounces of black lace, and a girdle and collar of jet. A novelty of this season is broad cloth on which are printed designs of flowers and leaves in natural coiors. misprinted cloth is used for house dress as it is too showy for outdoor costumes. Seal brown aud clear green will nave meir innings in the fall. French novelties shoV manv rib bons in the satiu merveilleux wear. The Armure weave in grenadine is preferred in Paris to the plain mesh. Parasols of black net caught down with "jewel" beads he. anrt there makes a very pretty show. Black aud three quarter jackets having the seams outlined with nar row jet galloon. Half inch stripes of white or black earners nair on pearl gray dress materials. The Surah weave is decidedly on the increase among French novel ties in broad silks. Faille is now combined with light weight woolen dresses, aud plain satin with brocade. Felix sends out gowns of figured black crepe, with sleeves . voke and panels of black satin, trimmed with gilt. A few French gowns show bows, knots aud rows of satiu ribbon for trimmings. The yellow silk Hercules braid gives nearly the effect of tinsel, aud does not tarnish. Surah printed with spots of gold leaf for j-okes, sleeves and plas trons. PftETTY TABLES. c. 'iiiniissinnAP n.s linmnco -oo. Untrue to those you Douglass knows who are true to FOR A GIRL'S SUAIMERTRUNK. H'U'lls is maior nf ti Rmt kdih.. re battalion. He is "ear iim vou. a gentleman right and if you he will stand by JtMloUSy Will tlfani: onr nhfa or enterprise. The Oiifrnl l)nn.,Ki: -...,.;. bought to meet soon. Maiiir Pw : , i.- t, . . j- wAl3 lU8 Elaine in tue 4-aht. to tell Susan that l-MlM f,-,-. II-. vl wijt lZ0 ihsfill ... ,i. 7 . . -- in mo ttecoraera oince. He io i - fiw. r i K ma" wl10 abused the I'lleut ieveiana was pres- ifae lnu.i nut i - Imies remove cueir ene- laiJu must iro. voiIJ6etarnChrder i8 no coward wuen - liu. Stakes a long time to start, jl. If you wear a fluffy baug, you want your alcohol lamp. If you wear laced shoes, yon want a dozen pair of shoe strings. If you varnish or polish your shoes, you want a new bottle of blacking. If you are incliued to sun-burn, you want a pot of strawberry cream or some cold cream. If you are foud of reading, you want your favorite books. If you ever use pius, you want a block of black ones and a paper of white ones. If you are a good girl and mend your clothes, you want some spools of tnread, your needles, your thim ble and some buttons. If you make yourself sweet with infant powder aud a puff, you want a seaieu pacKage or powuer. If yon use bonnet pins to fasten on your hat, you want a dozen of them. If you are inclined to be ill-tempered and petulant, you waut un limited patience. If vou are inclined to be careless and inconsiderate, you waut a-yery large package of energy and friend liness. And if you are lacking in polite- Ihe legs were slender and with an outward curve, just fleeted with gilt. On the lowershelf was paint ed a big, loose bunch of nale. vnilnw roses, careless aud sweet. The uper shelf was thickly powdered with yellow and pink primroses, natural size. The flowers had evi dently received a coating of amber enamel after drying, as I judged by tue soft lustre they possessed. Each shelf was Qually girdled by a nar row strip of brads fret work, which was peculiarly artistic, adding much richness to this veritable "M.we.gain., Turkish coffee tables are quite a rage, and come in completed do signs. They are very beautiful, whenever placed. The handsomest ones are inlaid with mother of pearl and some with silver. Small wicker tables are found in fanciful shapes, some bonier P-ilrtarl. others bronzed in the various "fetching" tints ; still others beau ti fully enameled with the new en amel paints, which give such dain ty colors and fine gloss. Bows on tables have had their day, and gone quite of out of style. Tables are a study in these davs. they come in such endless variety, in styles and shapes, sizes and prices, to suit everybody. One of the very newest is heart-shaped, aud has but three legs. There are two shelves to it. Some of these heart-shaped tables are in oak, some in mahogauy, while others are white and crold. the shelves being ivorized, the legs are of brass, and a fine chain of brass con nects the two shelves of "hearts." The latter style is very pretty for a "irienosnip offering,7' being accom panied, if you wish, with the fair recipient's favorite poet, bound in white vellum. A dainty low table is of oak small aud round. On the top a small medalliou of carving is set where each of the three legs come. It is most suitable for a bric-a-brac, or a jug of fresh flowers. A Japanese table has shelves much iu the style of a Japanese cabinet, irregularly placed, giving one a chance to group pretty ob jects most effectively. A haud-painted table attracted my notice lately, it was ivory, white, rather low, with two shelves oblong iu shape. -OF BALTIMORE, ANNAPOLIS, AND WASHINGTON. gFor further particulars see small bills. Ioiuid. trip CHILDREN - m aws The W - OSfflODohiaYi' 29 Park Rqi NEWYnu' WMm GO e, 30 c. ODDFELLOWS EXCURSION UNITED WE STAND. O-rand. Excursion: Of the Odd Fellows of Wash ington. BabiTnorfl,- AlAxandrio,. i rederick, ana way stations, will be given To Irving Park, On the B. & 0., JULY 16th, '91. For the benefit of their new hall This will he the largest gathering of Odd Fellows ever known in this part of the couutry, and is in the hands of an Execu tive Committee. 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