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Now that ladies are bo generally em 'nloved as stenographers und typewriter operators the columns of newrpapere are "burdened with course attempts at humor, 'in which the iirotty amannensi and her alleged flirtations with the husincf. man ' :are the inspiring theme, nays the West ern Plowman. Perhaps thete jokes, on nccount or their insipidity, ate harmless !nud do not deserve the dignity or a re monstrance, but, nevertheless, we enter our protest against any attempt to place in a ridiculous or improper light thehon "est and worthy occupation of a woman. All honor to the gitl who has the energy inluck and determination to qualify her- 'eelf to be self-sustaining and make hcr ' eeH useful in the great world of business, nnd blighting, withering, blasting shame be his portion who would place the ligh test straw in her way. There are enough actual follies, foibles and weaknesses of wen to laugh about without making in nocent women the subject or ridicule bj making them figure in incidents entirely the product of an impure imagination. The shafts of ridicule should lie aimed nly at those who deeervo punit-hiru-nt. and there are enough of this clasp, God knows; and wit and humor lose their charm when indulged in at the exiiensc or anything that is good and useful. A woman's reputation is too delicate to be roughly handled, and any light treat ment of her occupation injures her who is identified with it. sample iysfsr asESkTM Ualladstatra nAt)Il?C fur Three Months s, ww I tx m mm mam-mm,. Kttlrnata lUutntod Spontncand HeatujulMml Appijr fur term lo K. Fge. sfc3" mm Xtm Tbs Celebrated Eaittetaiiian MiiE FRANK will make the present season at my barn. '2 miles north of Xoiv Point Mo. DESCRIPTION: PRANK is a dark bay; stands 1C hands high; weighs about 1.4(H) Kiunds; Hired by Kentucky Dio luede; 1st dam quarter Normun. and threo-fourths Hnuiblctonian mare: nat ural pacer and sonars trotter. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 5S foi service to fiiugle mure to insure man with foal: A liberal reduction will be luado for two or more marcs. In case til accident, where due caution and care i taken, whereby ni.ircs loses colts, service free for nest season. In case of death or mare, no charge will bo mado. Whet, mare is disposed of or removed from original locality, money tor service be comes due at once. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be re sponsible should any occur. J. A. PRICE. (2SuVSXCZI Vjli Xrj it t Only c Dr. Warner's celebrated Coraline Health Corsets have one peculiarity which pertains only to corsets of their make. The bust retains its shape to the end, and the corset im parts to the wearer a well proportioned and beautiful figure. The corset is boned with Coraline, a substance superior to the finest whale bone. Made in short, medium and extra long waists. There arc mir.y imitations, bat you will Cud Dr. Warner's Coraline" pristrd ca the inside of every genuine cartel. They Arc told by your nearest dry goods dealer. WARNER BROS. Mnfrs.. Mew York and Chlcag. Trustee' Sale. Whereas, Perry MerL. ti his deed of trust, dated thrmli iluv nf Flruar Is!. .Old ti-inl ad in the rrctirderN office of llo'.l Cmitilv, Mis avurt, on the Mill day Jlarrli, H.amt rrnird etl In aald rmrtT s i.Blr- in lumk u;, imjc sin. ciillTeyed m .lames A. Mitchell, as trustee, the following desriilied real estate, siliute. Ijliii: and hring liitlieouitilyof Hull and atutrof Ml iHiuri. tn-ull : l.r s eleven and twelve 111 ;in.l lji In l.l.iok cijhteen W. as d-sij;ii:itfiiin Hie plat f llii' tirlcinal tit nf MauiiiI City. Holt C.iimty.Mls amiri. Wlilcli said eimvcjaiice was made In trust to secure Hit- patiiieul nf n certain nolp In sjid lml nf tra-l de-rrilieil : and whereas default lias been made In tlir iia meiil ol -old nete ami the interest llirrenn: aiid nlicrras. il was and It pmvi.lrd In said deed In trul that in raw if theateiencp, death, rvfiiul Iti arl. orilKinll lly In any nioiifs.tid Ir.ivtif. tin-tlirn arlliiK hrrid -if Holt County. Mlwmrl. nilslit rxerale Hip Wrrs of ld tniNtrt ; and licrras, "alii truMre. Jaiup A. Milrlirll, and rrfii'M- Ii arl iwli lru.tr: now. thrrrfiin. at Hip rrurt "1 111 Iral Imldrr of ail imir, and in iiriiaiir of I lie imxl-inn ol said dred of Inil, I inr midprl7itl hrriff of Holt County, .MInmhih, and ai Mirh tnilrr,lll, on TtTEStlAY. M.VVsoiIi, l. lMtrfri tlie liour-nf 9 oVlork in Hi fnirnonn ami I oVIorb in I ho aflminon of utd day. at the imrlli fninl door of the Court llniw in tlii olly of trn-smi. In Holt Conntv, Miimnri. pn rrrd to ll all, or o iiiurh of -raid real rtatf. as tuay I Mifflm-nt b a said mitt li't-rrM and costs of this ron-niiiit Die vile l.iW.st ruhlic aurtimi to the liiliesl bild-r for cash In and. V. n. FRAMK. Sheriff of Holt Count v. Missouri. Trustee. Notice of Final Sottlomeiit. Xotlce l hcrchyctven that the nndcrsisncd H. T.. AlVirr. administrator In rli.in.-r of tin estate of (Irrrn B. Ivondcn. dereard.nillinaVi final aeltlrtnent of Iiisao-niints Willi sxld-tat as snrh adnilnlslratnr at the nt term of th lrliate Court, of Holt County. Missouri, to ho lioldrn at the Court House In said county on the lnli day or Mar. A. 1. Ii0 II. T, Af.KlliK. (I.ntc) Public Administrator in Charge A new serial story by John Russell Coryell, entitled "Prince Tommy," will begin in the number ot Harper's VounjL People published April 23th. This stort will be illustrated by V. A. Rogers. ThiV tmmber will also contain a poem by V. IT. Hayne the son of Paul Hamiltot Hayne entitled "Kinj nnd Clown." en receipt "t vvsj- xuu una voiiar. u ml cacnunt allowed to Priermiateist v-ents and Uba.i The Fouce f A T T XjVfS Qizr-TS LITTI.K WAX MATCHES. Made in Mexlvo'by GirlK Who Work:for Twelve CeutKn , - Ihiorge Morrison, formerly connected villi Mexican Central railroad, told me some interesting facts yesterday conern I iof( the little boxes of wax matches vhicli.the small boys push under the lose of every man that Bets ,rr nn 'rain ut.a duuu-tonn elation. "TIiosh matches," he said, "are near ly ;ill nindu in Mexieri, and so cheapj' hat, after paying heavy duty, cigar lealers and others sell them at the cheap rate you see. In Mexico they sell at the rate oftwo boxes for one cent. There are about fifty matches in a box, and considering tho care required in their preparation, this choapnes9 is wonder ful. Tho Ixj.1v of tho match is made with a cotton wick and wax, like a par atliue candle, with a colored mixture of phosphorus at one end for ignition. But this is not all the work. The little boxes, holding fifty of the matches, are complicated affairs, consisting of two peculiarly-propared pasteboard cases, fastened together with rubber, with gay little pictures on both side;. These matches are made by Mexican girls at about twelve and one-half cents a day, and tho machinery in tho manufactories is what we would call decidedly crude ' and unsatisfactory. How they make any money on or liieiu, or even get a j living, is more than I can tell. But the ! little dealers seem to thrive by selling them at three boxes ror a nickel. That does not bring them into much comieti tion with our own manufacturers, and I guess none but smokers buy them.'- -.V. Y. Star. SiiitriilaritieM. A Butler county, Pennsylvania, cow ave birth to five calves last week, but lone of them lived, A cetlar stump stands on V. S. Clay's farm, near Shohomish City, Oregon, ; hat measures twenty feet in diameter photograph was taken of it with thirt uou and tivo horses standing abreast. The waters of theOchtahachee lake in Florida ran off through its underground channel a few days ago, and an immense number of the finest kind f fish were . -cured by the citizens of that vicinity. Jacob Kimm -l,a farmer of Orwigsbur , i'.-u has had a piece of wood an inch long and half an inch wide taken from his ; .trm. It was a splinter from a gun which j exploded in his hands thirty-two years igo. During tho heavy electrical and hail storm at Paterson. N. recently, a large mass of ashes and jiotato bugs fell 1 from tho clouds on tho roof of the ex tension to the city hall. The city sur veyor after tho storm picked up a num !ter of the bugs. A curious phenomenon is reported from Botoum. on the shores of the Black sen. During a recent calm the sea is said to have suddenly receded from the shore, leaving it bare to the depth of ten fathoms. Thewater of the jmrt rushed out to sen, t aring many ships from an chorage and causing a great amount of dam:tge. After a short time the sea rc riumeil its usual level. A Knoxville, Tenn., barber shaved a man recently who resides in the Smoky mountain:; and whoso beard has been rotting since the battle ot Chicknmnugp. The man, whose name is Harnier, was in i he confederate army and shaved the lay Ik-fore tho battle and had not shaved jimv. He said he had got tired of wear ing : much hair and wanted it removed. At Americus, a few days ago, Ben Wheeler was Uiiling some eggs when he heard the chirping of a chichon. Ix k ing he found a young chicken which had kicked out of its shell in the tepid wati r in which he had placed tho egg. He took it and carefully dried it and gave food. It now is as lively asa cricket and promises to grow to maturity. Benjamin Slmller infer ns a Philadel phia paper that, having lost n favorite dog and sjient the greater jmrt of the day in searching for it, he dreamed that night that he saw the animal fattened up in a larn some distance from where he was employed in Montgomery county, ( and going to the spot tho next morning. , there was his lost it just as he had seen it in his dream. Two nnd a half miles from Louisville in a southwesterly direction and in the ....:..1.I..J. ,.f llm T.KMCi-illn nlmr- house, there is to bo seen rare object in the shapo ol-n'purn white crow. It has ' ljon in 'the neighltorhood for several j days and is with a Hock of black crows. The crow is not subject to varying in i color and to vary suddenly from pure i ! black to pure white is remarkalo. There is a dog in St. Louis that is a j regular funeral goer. While driving out tiieKid to Bellefoutaine with a funeral I j he was seen to get up nnd trot along tho ; i side ot the hearse. Xo more was thought j of him till the grave was reached, and ' . ' there the big brlndle was seen hanging! ! on the outsksrts of tho crowd, just as I i - . , W .1 . iuucii inieresieu as any oue. r rum mat time nn he has beeu a regular mourner, nnd li goes to every funeral that takes j place. I Aremnrkable sound is given out by the waters at the mouth ot Pascngoula riv i ee in Mississippi, which is detcrilnsl by a person whose attention wns called to it by a fisherman, who said "it was the , spirits singing under the water." I-'roai , out or the water ot the river, apparently j some fortv feet from its shelvirg banks j rose a roaring murmuring sound, which 1 I gradually increased in strength and vol- j ume until it had reached its height, 1 when it slo vly descended. It never ad j v;mced or receded, but seemed always in the same spot. Im C'nii.Htuiiitiou Incurable? Read the following: Mr. C II. Morris, Newark, Ark, aaya "Was down with Ab scess ol Lungs, and Mends and physi- cians pmnounced me an Incurable Con-' stimptive. IJogan taking Dr. King's, New Discovery tor Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to irerseo tho work on my rami. It is tho ;lnest metlicine ever made." Jesse Middle wart, IXvatur, Ohio, says: -Had it not been tor Dr. King's New . Discovery tor Consumption I would have died ot Lung Troubles. Was given ap by doctors. Am now in best ot health. ' try it. Sample bottle tree at King Jb ' lrouds Drug store. j "The New YorkLadies' Club" is the subject ot an article by Mary Gay Hum phreys to be published in the number ot Harper's Bazar issued May 2d. The one number will contain n story by Julia Schayer entitled "One Standard." TOn CBICKKSf CHOLERA. 415 Huron Ft., Sheboygan, "Vis., uv. 12, MM. I nie mcd 8UaoUOIlfor ehlcktnchoUra with gnat too ceta K-.rrj .'u -l uSixtcd with -zry -a-S3 cure J by It, and I reeosuaend It aia sure cure. It haa saved awmaay dollar. H. A. KL'EXNK, Breeder of Fine ypwla. Far 8taMR8n aad Stockmen. fa. SatMnn. tnilM. Spralat. Oatla, Strilm, LamMH.Stinss,Craca(!H!i,er2terits, Ceatractioa. Flash Wua(, 8triinh-lt Sara TKroat. DisUmpsv, Colic, WhlewT PoD Cril. firtula. Tumors. SpHnts, tUnaboBe and Spala M Uwlr earii SUges. D:rtctiwt atith sch bottle. At Causcurrs avo DaiLBas. THC CaLS A. VOGELER CO- BaKlaMra. IUL "Tho OUdstoxta" IsAMP toUwSD-atlaapmut wnrld. litMMiv,aft,liill. - itanlul s candle er. rararand oritiiier Uaa (as ll(bt I aoftar ihaa mum aiaos nigra tserrfol ttaa l iter. al -Mt air MagiiBelUTlsf A HTaadarral Ump" H ss ladaad. Hirer Baiflitrlatmlaf. smr a-aeka aar brtsts asaame,! isi" aila at am atl."' aa Ucur tac a eumbinf mt ika , aoaaaayaacaor aarklad. aad aj-ua-ait czvlad. Aad aaidaa It gitaa a dear. WMM . 10 toM tuaas ana brUllaaay mtmmt araYaar aaBsnaUbeai Mnm. let el oald or aWltaj aWCa. vaa Tke GladatoBe Bxtcaatoai tamtw fr ClencTBten, aVUtors, Studenta. Teachers, f mfeaaors. Lawyers, FliytlcUas and other profealoaal men. Tke csiaetMaac BaMMCl Laai Tke OlaaUl Mt Plaao Ejl-at. Bend for price Us. Hlnrle lampa at irAof sale price, boxed and sent safely by express. trtitt our prices. " Stine U bcHniHg?' CLABSTONK LISP CO., Tl Fark Place, Hew Trk. RECTANGULAR CHURNS Aw Bert and Cheapest. om CHURN I At WkolttaU In any town whera we bare bo axeota. If jon saake DntterorchaeM I send for Catalogue of ICreamtiT and Dairy Supplies. Creamery Oatfita at reaaonable rates. Kstimateelmd I plana for bnlldlnf Creamery foraUbea tree of ehaxsei I CASK CO.. i N. Main ertv.et.Loul. Ma. TO care Uilloiuncss, Sick Headache, Coattv patioD, Malaria, Llrcr Coaaplalnt-, talo the safe and cerUla rtmedr. BILE BEANS 17 m Use MAU Mas (40 little Be-as to tho beule). Thbt au thb most coirrxaWrr. Ssxitmblat lor aatl -tm la, Friee of ?ltsr ataa. B5c Pr Baittle. ItlSSIIIfi"717-70-- ami Wsaf I II H "- IM rla. laarpan a.i V. l.r.SWT AtJUltra-SILX tXAXS, ' ST. llllt Ml. SCMO TOR OUN CATALOQUCaaa PRICC ATLAS ENGINE WORKS. INDIANAPOLIS, INO. for im mm Th IMTtTmpJMO aTA&BOOSi aersi aaanuvoua ussn tin 'aalaiaaaf airaaJaTiii Mt-la - . - . i . tmwrn. Sm aasanoa ran, am I. M.w r...bkt. eiss-nua,i-BtuH-uousaarrsorlMBT. akaMaMIr nUUK BUSS TaSlTaiHT Sinati tm a allly-aieMllMri-l-ataaalillt, WrUaU-a. Mn W.mwilMRIinMMIHIIIIMIinil uai -acurcAai vJt awravn K.V. Order or rtiblicatlon. STATK UK MISSiH'KI. I . l.m.l f licit. In tho l'rili:ilrl'iiurt.l'ii:ilrt Holt. and Slate f Mivsaiiin, KH.ni.ir .uljourm dTrrni. Ivw. rartiiiT.1.1,. IV..tr ,.f , ,Mrr,lt Orcii : s.irK-r. . rulilimlon Jacdi A.Ofn. A.lmitiltrat..r. I '""lf;""B. Nnw, this loili tint-nf Mart'li. t!nO. rninrs .la-ih A. Oiva. AdininMrainr nf tin Partner ship rstati- of iin-n & S.vbt. and pr-sents to thf Court his priltliiii. prat in: for an nulrr fur Ihr s-lc if mi imifli of tor rral rslaf r of s,ild l-artn-rshlp rsl jt. dcoriled In said IH-Hliuii.as tll pay and satisfy thrrrniiuniHE drills due l said rtatr. and tt unpaid fr mant nf sum rienl avs-ts, ao-nniiiaiilid ly the arnniats. lists and liiTi-nt.ini'S rriulrrd liy law In surh rase. on exainlnation whereof it ttordrrrd that all persons intrrrsint in the said iartrershlp estate l mitlnnl lliat appllratloii as afnmald lias W-en inadr. and that inilrss the eniitrary to slioan nn or before the first day of the next trnn of this Court, to tm held on the 12th da of May, lie.), an order will lie inadr for tln m1c of the wtiole, r so mnrh ot the rrnl estate of S.1I1I iartnrrshi estate, as will he sulTU-leiir for the paymnt of said ilelds : and I! is further or dered 1h.1t this notice le piihllslii-d in some irnsptrr In this rounty for lour wi i'Ls brlore the next tenn of this Court. STATK OK MIKSOUtl. County of Holt. 1 1 ' I, Samuel O'Klion, .ludse of the Prnhnte Court of villi roiiut, hrrehy rrrtlfy that the aoete Is t tmr cojiv ut tlieoriCiual onlerof piihllralion therriu rrfi rr d lo, as the same ap pe.rsof n-eoM III mi office. Witness my hand :is .lu .Ice and the seal of our -alilJiN.urt.done at nivotnee In Orojroti sraul in snM count x. this nil day of April. A. .. Inu. SAMfELIITAUnX. Judce and Ex-Offlrln Clerk ot I'mhate. , Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Benjamin P. Ijunhert and Mar Itret Iduuhrri. his wife, lit their reitaln d-ed of trust, dated the 4th nay ot rVtembrr , ll. and recorded In the record er' ofltce of I toll CVtnntv, Missouri, nu the Mil day of Sr.i iiihrr. ItM. In II00K Je). Pan 00, runtetrd to James II Pall, as trustee, the following: descrtl-ed rale-ute.ltu.ite.ljnf and lelii( In the County ot Unit and Stale ef Missouri, lo-wlt : All of the northwest quarter of ilietAiithwest qiurter of vrtion trutt-niue cJS). township sitty nneii.il of range thlrly-eltht (SS). con talniinr fart V acres, more er less. Which said oonvetanre was made In trust to secure the patmrut vt a crtaln pmmtt s iry note lu kM deed of trust drsrrllied ; and whereas, default lias hecu niade la the paymrnt of said note and the Interest thrreon ; and wlu-rras. It was and Is pMTldnl In attd deed In trust, that In rate of the alisence, death, refusal t4art, or dlaaMI Ilv In any wise of salcl trustee, the then aettnc slirrlft ot Holt County. Missouri, tnluht execute the Niwert of a.ild trnstre ; a-d wherras, aald trustee, .1 sines H. Kail, refuses to act as such trustee: iinw.theri'fore, at the request of the legal holder of taid note, and In pursuance nf the provisions of said deed of trust. I. the undersigned therlH of Holt County, Missouri, and as such tmtre, will on MOMilY. MAY ISth. IWW. between the heur of nine oYI.ck In the fore noon and fire o'clock In the afternoon ol said day, at the north door nf the Court House In the city of Oregon, In Holt County. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or sa mnrh of said real estate, as mat lie sufficient to pat- said note. Interest and costs of this procerdirur-the ale lo be at Euhlic auction to the liichrslli!dder for rash In and. W. II. FRAME. Sheriff of Holt Comity. Mo. fl i aafRM I PPPPtCasaaflpj EavsMtaan ft ft at Bft, Ml a Honey lor the Ladies. Pale sapphires en cabochon are ust'd 1 lavishly in jewelry intended tor evening ! wear, their beauty being displayed in ', artificial light, as is not the c.im? with ; the deeper tinted sapphires. I The crescent as an ornament has or lato rather lost favor, but a descent ot while onyx cut with cupids and nymphs in relief and surrounded by diamonds deserves mention. Card cases in the new and dainty skins that luivo come recently into use are iinihlied with a bonier ot gold lace laid . on tho leather. The pattern on the edge j is picked out in fine diamonds. 1 Madatno Iiocamier, the duchess of Devonshire, the pretty girl or the Cruch- , Coseoo by Greuze, are inserted amid the perforated ornament of gold that border momoranda and pocketbooks. At a recent ball in London the electric light was arranged to vary in color, be ing alternately red, blue, green and yel low. The ladies didn't like it, as it ruin ed in alternation the effect of their cos tumes. j While exquisite workmanship is con spicuous in most jewelry, there are some brooches made of heavily twisted nuggets of gold. Sometimes some jewels are sunk in these, giving scarcely more than learns of color. A class or twenty-rlvo young ladies in New York is working Tor dear lire to ac quire a handsomo race and n shapely fig- " ure. Miss Mabel Jenness is the teacher ' and the ladies coma from almost evcry part ot tho country. It is said that a large proportion or the plumes worn by the ladies who attend the queen's drawing rooms are hired front a shop which makes a business or renting out plumes. The feathers are worth from $lto$10, and tho rent or them is $2.50 for each oecaMor. Antique torms are very conspicuous in rings which are large and rich. The gold is yellow nnd richly chased, and is uWrthrinir. -"V ...w . . - r,- and appears to merely hold a design ! which is usually wrought out in different ! stones and spreads out and toward the knuckle. Two women were e'octed to tho coun cil of Middlesex county, England, but the council chairman declared that they could neither bo admitted nor excluded, because the law was mute on the gentler I sex, and, as settling the tioint, the two j women took seats or their own accord in the council chamber. Wealthy Massachusetts women, share tho common impression that women cannot understand business, left the management ot their protierty to a nep 1 hew. He managed it so well that in a ' 6hort time ho had Torgod their names to the amount of 52,000, which tho ladies paid rather than have a ccandal in the ramily. A worn nn was telling about the things that she considered smart and these were aniongjtheiii: To wear easy-tittingglovos; tight gloves are bad torm. To w car brace lets onlv with tiill dress. To have vio lets, citron, aloes or any sweet-smelling Hotter or lcatin tho linger bowls. Tostgu your name in full initials are bad. That devoted disciple of Dolsarte, Henrietta Utissell. says that the only woman who can wear black to advantage is the one who hits black eyes black hair Bnd is rat. Most girls of sixteen could wear black, but there :s nlwatsn color that each jierson looks better in than in black, which she thinks should never lie worn in clothes, not even in mourning by Christians. The novel idea of putting maids who wait at the dinner table in livery has been adopted. The dress is of some dark green, brown or blue cloth. This skirt, plain in front, with heavs plaits behind. The waist is not unlike a tootm:in's, but toned up close with crosswiss lines of red braid. A high, stiff, white collar and cravat, stiff white cuffs, and tint white cap complete this hybrid livery costume. The girl who wears a bunch or violets, who is gowned in violet, and who uos a violet jierfume. has tor her correspond ence cards those or lilac with n gold monogram upon them. The monogram is also on the outside ot tho large square envelojMj in which the card is placed. The contrast is a decidedly pretty one. ami it gives the young man who likes to make a jokenn opportunity to say t-tnt ot courso whatever sho writes will bo kept inviolate. A French dinner sarpriso is the put ling on the table at dessert a ntttmVr of little jruu pots, or "mnrmites, ' in which are hon lions, nuts, and all sorts of funny little things. Then the game of the "Ilourse" is played, and people trade and exchange the "marmites." the tun com ing in when the result or the trade is announced, and somebody discovers that they have given mvny 11 box that had hidden among ita sweets a fancy bangle for one that contains nothing but niarron glace. A beau took a letter from his pocket in order to read something rrom it to a fair cousin who sat by his side, says the Buffalo Express. "Ah, she mailed you a kiss," the girl remarked. N. t that I know of," was the fellow's reply. "Look there," and she jointed to a crinkled place down ntthe corner ot tho sheet, such as a damp spot might have loft. "Haven't you learned the latest serlti mental thing? A girl presses the ; a.rer to her lips, leaving a mark like that, aud so incloses a kiss without writing a word of confession. That's what Jennie did. and you, goose that you are, never noti cod i't." The stationer?- of the day is nothing ir it isn't startling nnd hir.arre. The ex treme otthe mode is a heavy paper iff I bright scarlet, ujioa which the writer's 1 name is embossed in a black tae-simile or her own handwriting. Correspotid- ence cards tor the families of country , houses have etched corners showing the most picturesque portion or their ances , tral homes. Fair maidens in the joy ot their first betroth.il use paper tint! cards with pnnsies in pairs at the top. There is n cobweb paier in w hich a busy spider ! has apparently spun a dainty web all 'over arose pink or leat-grecn surface, I and wedgewood paper, on which the writing is done with a peculiar kind ff , white ink, aud all manner or kid-tinished j cloth -surfaced papers on which you can write only with a dull-pointed pen or ' quill, owning to its roughness. As tor writing, it has accomplished the old task ot squaring the circle; no curves must slip in: no lines or beauty waver, but as angular and erect as a Now Eugland spinster, and the more illegible and puzzling it is, the more distingue nnd swamrer it is considered. ! USTERS ARE THE BEST. 100 styles, prices to suit all. Wx. A Yin-si Hons. Pii i la dcxthza. Sold by all dealers. A .IPMIK! WilSWTi an old rrlial.le rirm : J bill 3 If nnirjUl.-ige pr.rt. uick Miles. Sample free. A n.re opportunist. tien. A ih-oii.hk iiruaiiway, Y. deaf:: NEal A nil MKTS Htllbr I fee- lATlalBIX TBtUt tiUt HtMKt SValasara haard. Con. I IU, SSI , lw lark. WrtUlkr SMkWara-airaU. iwiaaw. mm mmtn an tU, SU Sf'an;, aaw fart DETECTIVES Waaua la ertr Coaalr. Sbrsva atra to set mniri ImiMtku U.rS-marteKlp-rlesa.lkmnarr r.rll.Uri rrm. Oraaaaa DeteetlTe Bareaa to. 11 A:ail.CiitiiliU.l H I li DE R CO R NS. Th Mty anr Care for tXtm. "jtoymmH prv!n. Tnnrm cuuifwrt to Uw fct-t. 15c. at lf ugfiU. llmotxACo..r. fYotr CONSUMPTIVE rfav-f toti t iU, Itrtacluu. Aai.ma. lndist-rtion t I'm PARKKR'S OINpKP) TOMIO. Tl l tnr4 the tworai cMraatia is tl7 u-t rvrtitM j fur ell ilU mxUtotc frMadeferttte nutilUoa. T&Jr.e in lixue. Ml and sua HEROD'S V CURE ASTHMA UMA, H27 FETEr, il WllOOM W Croup anl Ccnuaoii CsMi RKnmmrnddl by PhysicLma and a-Mi br nras glats tiiroUslMHittsewurM. send for t ree Sample. HIMEOD MANITr?'G CO., sou PBoPBirrons, 191 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK. MeK AOElfTS WAIfTKD VOK MjStoijofttieWar.sSs aad ea tta Battle-ld. Brjt ART A. llvBatat01UC W S-kw.lldlaia-llTai-a.ai a lrJC at lUrL C7ass am a. Bktu-i:.lirais. jawati wmtt if afca ana wi mm M fhulii nJ rtwm JCxi A. a. WKTIUUTM A CO, Ilaetaatd. Caaa. 1 , 111 . Aaaisas, PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleuiics and beautifies the hair. Promote a luxuriant crowth. Nvtr Ftl to Rattara Gray n sir io in TaaiMiai voior. iTeauiaUKlni7ari lulr raJltaa sWV.KFd fl.OOat 1'nigvi. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS. Best Croas lUmond Jtraad. TS. m!, rvt'..hl. rtll fc aua. mM ens. jMce. ask Wi asalit tmr is. Bta asaad BraaJ.1. red aMaUtaauahaBM lo Munm-. Takeaoaske-k Kmttmm. riiam-t) fcr rartlrara tcl ataUaf aW l.lr" im Immtr. b M.lt mmmm CfcltaeaUrCktaUcal t'aw, atstoa Stt, rhtlsda, i Aa-riilK wanted to sell I'llilras Clothe- D I L V m -fjnsfs w-, si Ull II is:iierfeetwln- prehiuiuarv to this practice is the selec . nil ler Hue. S:inii.-ti-ie t .. , , . 1 . .1 -ent liv m ill for vs- j tion of an experienced man to bat the Lines :no mote elotM es plus neeileil. It' also .loft, line ti Holds I lie lieavett TITTlTri '".111 anil fi:iet falirli-s HlfJx l-'or with o 11 1 iiu. IUIU nriee m.llt Sl 2'ireiaiil. 1 r ire ul.irs. i-MM tetlusail- t lot lies ! not ole-K l'.e Plulrs ( lolha l.lne '. lVon-ester. "lass. frceetoit:inu riiu not Mow oil. t? Ilermon St. MADE WITH BOIUNC WATER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMrORTIKQ. COCO MADE WITH BOILING Ml! Pianos-Organs Tlie iuuirowil iin-llio.1 of f:ileiiiiir; strlupiof I I Tllios. llivemeil o ll. is ineoi me mir.i iiii uoitaiit loiiirovciiie'i.t ev-r lll.-.rt. . nuking the iii-lniiii-iil uiore rn-lil uiunal in lo-ie, iii..-.nr..!.!-. oi.l l.iiS.I.- to -i t mil ol lll'ie. Itoth i he M.IN..H .1 Il.iiuliii (Irc.iii- ami l'i.nio eteri ri.ieuv in iu:n u uiru i"-. o-- i-oo-i . - lemi lii .my miisn-.il ii.Miuniet t. iii.ilil) ol iuiisie:il tones e:.i:io.t l-f kimi. Illiistr.iteil r:il.ilo;ue nf new sijles, itilrtHliu-nf tills se.ison. sent tree. MASOTsT Rr. TTAMT.T'M Organ and Piano Co.. BOSTON. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. Um THYSELF. rrsTw i.i e r-Ti.! isj a Tvl A iklrnUrle and Standard lVi-utar KJIc;l Ileitis oa tlialtrrvrspf Vaulh. rrerosture lietl:i.i-,.rit.v.u and rttT.lral lle'ullily, tmpurltk ot the Moc 1. St.' ':-u:uii. trom Kelly. Vlee, Ierorame. l.icfti 01 liaiUsatloa.Suervalliieacd ui.titiiu tl.tln; for Work, llilnass,tl Mas tied or Sno-al lUU..a Atold uaaVUful lurtrnders. IViacf tSla rrj. work. IteentslnaSiV' psr-,rovalo. IWaMttfu. blml.nc. emUMaml, full cilt. Price, oi.lv 1. 0 I ) luil. st.;uM. ctuKtilaU 10 plain vriai.er. ii..; irsiita ,'"'y'r"-' J,rVpf '? vwh J,!lW.uhA.A.JIllrAH:?e:i. c.l-.-d the COLD AND slEWCtXED KEOA front tha National Madioal Associntirn. for tha P9IIC ESSAY on NERVOUS ftnJ PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.Parkeraiulacwrr cf Aaalataut Phyatclans may to couauttel. e.u.il dentlally. liy toil or In paraon. at the effiee of TIIK I'K.tttOIIY Sir.li.CAt. IXST1TITK. Nis.4 IlliiUlirli M ttaston. Mas., Iu y.m.'.l aiders for l4v.la vr fctura for auiUu .LouU ba alnclt-d ia atora Tottn. uxloai to plrass, 0. I Htrc-n.iT. Ask your dealer for Ed. L. Baatley A Co.t HONEST CLOTHING It ear aoeda ara not In th hands of so-ns ET0kXErB In yemr section, rrmit tttkk nsn u best yoo can TBO- ct. laaVest U AnvOapam Wboksalo CLormyn Hoct a B) Loa -roTKl. a& prioa unt. siiii baad ixjun tm soap and KEEP TOD gneasfn how we can afford TO DO IT. It your I)rULB does not kecpoar goods, -and to ns aad we W1XI, fur- , Blah yon a Suit or Ore-coat, erpr-ss or mall paid, on -ecejpt of prioa. We -till win ami bold Cni -artrr-iaee If yon tryns with an order I We -"built up this Immense business by cur FAINbTAKISO method-, and by doing byoU. , an as we would be done by. En. L. Bostut A Co.. Style Originators. ffB-sfaa in orderhw Snlta or OrercoaU obeerre aTar strictly following rules for mraaure ment : Breast measure, over Test, close np un derarms. Waist measure, oyer paaU. Ia&lde log mrairm. from crotch to heeL 1 RtranCM nrst National Bank ot Chi ! caSo. cavJial 3,oa 1.000; ConUnenUl Katloasl Baok ot Chicago, capital t3,OU0,0Oa. 1 Ea L HUNTLEY & Ca. Manufact ' vers an Mksale Dealers in Clothing tsrlletLBityssieiCM iiwcetst.UHCaVini. r.u. 00x004. 8Nf,lc fix tfr wj njfi X mm M mmm niiin Totua vob taibii aaBBWaBBBaV aAVj a raaBBa Spriti"; Practice in lla.se-lJall. 1 With the first warm sunshine that comes after tho frost is out otthe ground there stirs in the heart ot the base-ball , . , player an intense tlesire to get into the tie il and beirin nlntimr 1 rom.Mnl.oe n iie.u aim oegm piajin,. i rememoer a young man who used to work in clock , . , factories in Connecticut. Although an excellent workman, ho never seemed to' secure any permanent jiosition. but urnied from one lo another, jarlv one fall I... ,... f. . i as he showcu that he knew his trade heobtaiucd employment. He worked admirablv and well, througii the winter . ". , . . ui.ii e.trii iuiu tiic iiiiii;. uuu tia, and it was a beautiful day, everything just turning green and tho sun shing- mg as briizht and ' . " ' niiilllniiii,p . -oiiqcawI worm as in him, and asked tho foreman of tho room what had become or him. "Oh he's of off," was the replt ; "ho 'ill get his kit to-morrow, and you won't see j him again till next fall." I took pains ( to meet the young man tho nest morn-. ing, when ho came to take away his j traps. "What's the rustier?" I inquired. "Nothing," said ho,' " cept yesterday I ! hoard a blue bird Miigin", and I don't do any work in shops after that." A similar yearning to be out of doors tempts the I ball playor. Many times tho line weath er is treacherous, and premature prac- 1 tiee is cut short, or even rendered de trimental to the welfare of a nine. b damp, chilly winds. As a rule, it is wifio to take advantage of onlv the vert war- ' most days, practicing iu the cariv after ..... .. noon, until the wentner is fairly hettlcd. , The Xcw ork uine were once obliged .: t .,1.. ..... .... .. 9 l ..a. w torn-, o ,(it..iLof.j, oiil-i ti iimi niuhaui practice in a cold spring, becacse sol many of the men had lamenesses of ona J Kind or another rrom exposure in incle- ment weather. When a college nine ; goes on the field Tor the first time, there is usually a superfluity of enthusiasm. which lentil rit.'iiir; tfi n nlii tiwi limn I or too violently. Captains hate learned this, and, unless they are carried tuvny by tho same tendency, do not encour age any long practice during the first weeks. After that, as the men become "broken in" and the weather improves, tho players are allowed to do more work. All thc men playing in tho out-field can practice together, as tho work of the three fielders is much the same. These men tako iositiuns in the out-fi-.l 1 in something of u ciustet (not so near, however, as to interfere with one another), while a batter knocks !!y-bal!s out to them which thev take turns iu catching. A most important j ball. There aro many men who may be gixxl players but to whom knocking Hies to nn out-field is a:i utter imioss:bilty. Such men may have to hit the ball a half-docn times beforo sending a fly ball near any of the fielders. Again, it is not nd visible to select n man who knocks only the simplest kind of Hies every time, although such a man is to be prefeircd to the wild hitter who send:. the men chai-ing u half-dozen failurer 1 in order to receive ono catch. The bat ter should lie ;;b!o t. kno.k high Hies, line hits, long Hies and occasionally a rJinrp, hot grounder. His object is ti- give the fielders as much practice ot every kind as possible, nnd a good man will gaugo the ground the fielders can cover, and. while avoiding "running; them to death," will occasionally give 1 each man an otiutrtutiitv to make a bril , I . liant .catch. Nothing I S- .1 - - . . i! encourages ,, .. , . , ' improves the cittulul.i(is so much ns I ",ir thoroughly arouseil i'uritig the eutire time or prac-. , . , , ' j ttce. V rotii Hal, Hall, anil lliainoml, hy Walter Camp, in Mt. Xicholos for Mny" arms and let mo move my hands toward them, ltt.it most were shy. As to the stories of sharks, they are in the main not true. 1 have had a shark come with in five feet or me, and when I raiMil un arm it darted oir iu such a hurry that tho boiling ot tho water nearly threw me otT my teet. Of course, then- mat j 1k caws tfhere a very large shark mi -lit J 1 I. .. .1.. I.... :r 1. . ..I i l ...... I. iiiuii-i, inter, mil 11 lie tiiKiiuti itiiiieu one wearing the modern diver's helmet . ' armor. I think the shark would have ' '.. ....-1 .. .-. . ...... ;i lianl lime ot it coioier anil gla: would not make a very good mouthful,' I said the diver, lauuhimr. I . friemi of mine 11:1.1 11 fuunv epcr , for his pike, would have fallen few seconds tho water was not clear, ..... . . llieu he saw tlmt the cause of ln.i up-et ) was a big rkate that had Imhmi lying part ly buried in the sand asleep. ierhaiis. He had stepiMsl with his leaden shoos right on its back. "Among the strange tiling- that mat be seen by divers ij tho oivan forest, o'.f the ea-tcin con -it. The sandy bottom there is covsr.-d with the hardened nits ofgre.it treivs. anil in some instances parts of trunks are standing, showing that the coast there must havi. Fotth-d. and that the sea has rolled in over the land. "Sometimes we -.n down at nght. and then the scene under water is nftrn a, iM-aiitiful sight. Kvert jelly fish and I living creature seems to In- rbl:ii-o with light: tour rope apiears to tie on lire. and etvrv motio-i makes the wate. gl:m j nu'r- --ral)- and tith-s sparkle, niany with a light ot their o-.tn. S . you see. intad of being a dark and barren place, as the majority of people seem to ri-ganl it, the ocean, even at thegreatcst depths, is prohtibly made bright by the very nnimids that inm-t misil She light." - From "A Submarine Katuble." bt Charles Frederick Holder, in St. Nicholas for May. uhildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Uaby waa sick, we cato her Casteria. When sho tras a. Child, she cried for Castoria, When she bet arae Miss, the clun to Castoria, W lit n she bad Children, -no fwc tla-m Ca-si oria. I M Mil"; oil' the r...i id:t Coast. 1Z? ? 2 If"?! -Tins.. seas iirerai.r.twf.irtheirlishes' Cfti,J-iS2- 5Sa5!i:C? ' and many were beatitie.s. K'ing striped ! "go -Cj.5C0a"c tj-SSS ' with blight green, fellow, blue, and red.' Ift je5.IS 3 5r-:f' Others had long .-.trean.ers. and looked j Xaa5glr2?iI Ugsh2s? miii-iiii'i..iiii.iii .....1 ....ui. t. 1 SJ1 , Cat a5 a. J pantomimes. I notiivd that there w; 5Hi5- g?-lj7ryp-s-i the greater di.Teienco botvvwti them in 1 H S" 5 Sjiorrril;.-;-! To 09 their habits. Some were shy. and datt 1 5Sq1 ISccI5-" ?o ed aw.iv r.t the slii;lite.st motion; while ' Or S?rs H"0-:SCc?i3 ft , others mtinusl to think me n huge tish. , C'JS'aa 3."B-rn5-,S 2.jf" I and came near me as if curious to we , B Srs; er Er2"Sr5i:B tvlu.t 1 w.-islifc.v Soiiio flw.t.i ..tor n.v 'SS S S 2c S J52t5Se 1.1-.. . 1... 1....T . ........ ..,,.1 ... .1 ... t . ;.. aawarrfsni . s.-srsc --- . v sr -.--. -- I BBS 1 IH ir-W4 . rac o 3 ' , v wmw mmm lenw. He was walking 011 asaudy U.t-1 ,,,,!,,. j..,,, wBeuiies. Hoets.l!uiu.lMt. torn, when Slldlienlv he Was lifted llp. awtSnull Kmiu. -.'.thdescriolions anlH--s. 1st- ward, then thrown 'backward, and. but 5 Sratf.? I-or n ' .... Mr sr . a-ar . vr ST a J -flQ'JlCG HO awYw27YDOCLV 1 . j no has a cose-jod TJear ft to at eace tan a?opt I crnni to ooro it. The function tho Urcr U d ' toiwrfbra, and en the rrgolar txeratlsa .rfwnicn -niUnetoBlr the -racial health of Un V'r- t the rs-crs of the stomach, BevMtt, I AJroti,end tha trhe'.e atrrous tys!.--, abowa Its ! jit mxA tIU Inportmea to htuatn bealih. nc- a -A-av-r-----iei-ai-s as, lYii xmm"mJtml s n.g 1 is ia it t'.UL-D'irt--i-Tr5-j.but-hallt.r.-iiT.-?ial,i 1 taoda i7 FLEillXO UK.li, mubur-b, i'a riauiJ and 050 Kcordinij to dlrttnaa the tiu en-a roi i froiapUy ar,.l r-rmsiwatl. Arouad eh bor Is t oa a -ne-lull drrlrtl"" oi Ihaaviurtoma of t. Jix0 litur. Xuof cn;LjLi4of d.-i;i-gl;ts. CScasn of Cocsrounait o. ia la St. LouUrGB FLEMING BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa. i IVORY POLISH ififffS PciFUMEa thc Breath. Asx for it, i Best Amays The Cliespcst f 200.000 Roses and Bulbs . hu "J mail or express. Vt Monthly ilosos for $!. ( 1 1 iieranitiius for CI.H. l-?('!irvsa!itlii t:iuti forfl.l'O. IS lMu-h.-iasrircl.n!i. I !M Verbenas for ?l.tl. 1 T ' y;lous ";r ('a;al:ig:ie free. Invitation cxto:n rsl j ,j to visit Uu, (;roclljllil;sC.s ilt. ; t he city. Address, ! - XTa3 ,.jyfr ClraT H A N b IM lili-LoUiS , ST. JOSEPH. MO. (areenhotiset . north citt limits, on the t electric motor line passing Union Depot. Oh Yes! Ch Yes! I .UI mil -nh"t nml!am-n('r:itatttiUMierr l.tlsilies. AH tii.-t in itmitti ll,eMriii,Htf an aiii-tioi oiialile auctioneer, plea-e cite me a rail. Terms re.is- ! 11 1 It. C. 1IKNTON. D1C. J. S. MEYEIi, Veterinary Surgeon, ST. JOSEPH, MO., jflr.uluate ot the American Veterinary College. Xv.v York, I iofflee. lion Kll.tN Ilurn. r-l.t K.!iunml S'o;-:: ri-l.'eiie.-. !.. lVlix Street. TIf iliiiiii' at o.ti.v Xo i) Ti irplii'iii Xo. .Ml. t't"i':ills liy in-ill or tfli-iiliKiiw riiritly at tt-mieil lo. CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED. ' Toths Editor Please Inform jour -elder- that I have a Dosititerrnirdy for theabuTS named alsra.se. Hy its timely use thousands ot hopeless cases hate been permanently cured. I shall be clad to send two bottles of in; rente Ir ritEK to any of your readers who have Cfla sumptlon If. they will send me their exn-ts aml pM offlr p aililress. Krsixcttullr. T. A. SL0CC3L St. C ISI l'earl St- Ntwl (tit An article on the "Oiiening of the Hase-bali Scas.i:j of 1K1V" acc u.upauied by twenty-eight port mils of leading player. and titlier illustrations, will front the Suppleuiont to 11;; pcr's Weck- ly to Ik publihsrd April :Uth. j l- naw andrlesaM illiitratior..haii.ls. me , f 1 Ca orcil ,1 ru.eswo.j $t s'l Prites $ux.oo; see Floral Cuiiie. i.tery Casni'ruessioot.oo; an rioi.i s.-.-s. s-is..nK ers af.sl..f Und .r culiirates afirt .M.I.I have a copy. Madcl en rrt.ipt ef to.rr.1.. t.. 1. . K .iMl.icirtt fr..tn ttrsl er.r. ibrldaCatsto-u;.. reStoeli,. Tul. atels- v,ror" Ks-Rodie-t-r.H.X. vnmm.. - . - , 1 . -- HO MORE EYE-GLASSES MITCHELL'S Eye-Salve A CartalB. Pi fa, and JlflV-tlT Remedy fat SORE, WEAK, & INFLAMED EYES, PredJa'n!jlMg-Si3t!itt!n$ss.iRtst3tm . hg Vib SigM of Mt 01 J. CiirtTcarDrop5,Ertnalalion Sfy Turners, Red Eye, tlatterJ Eys UibM, in rssnrms oncK wuifiib rixniEnttsi. Also, encallr aflBrseliaa when ned In other maladies, anrh as L'lrera, rnrr wnii Tamers. Halt Klieaat. fMIra, or ss tereser lnnammll,-in exists. BITCIIKI.IIB atAl.l'Kmaybeov-ltoaTaota(e. e , 8la by ail OraccUta at Ui Casts. I crFallicdSicto , CAN M CURED. ' W ..II SEND FRF-Ebsr nsH a lar TRIAL LOT. LF.r .i.. - ........ rw, nriN r SVTThk ANY tjONCtRl GS-PtO-ice.SuieandCeumr aad A-e plualf. Add. til, -ME HALL CHEMICAL CO., 3MSO t s-naauBtWtiUdelBhia.U QQQ CgWTS WAMTgDIl BaTMtUr tic n ten ni-.t. aia. SU atslU as r leva Yoa can do tetter wiih ol ta a -ndv maf claas tnasa. bead for lull puticu-rs. 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