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ALL OVBR TIIK STATU- Waxahaehlo'a HHtmaitr claims hli liy has an up-to-date pMtefllre. ! t. I. Shaw's gin. located two ami a General Itonis of Interest- for Maids mC X MhBlfl"d w" a" Matrons The Home Mp- ". wi iKNl8 tlitwoml chttixh. Oroetivllle, . i Imu resigned. wlrat rIMwn IfHotl with while silk ' 7m w. I. llHrten, at decorate the front of Uio Imlj the flimt Horinnti, valued nt fiom. waa tie twth Is n black rwrnrttee feather, i "troyed by flro. arml,'f lUre ! Uollai.il, l ymn old. died nt tullablt tar afternoon lllHg.-The ! lhwwt, gftT nwglwlirt Aloar. 'v-!tn by itotwrt J Irardette. the AxifMcM homo rial, en tha li-atk ( file if Mr. Ilureatte waa born in teHI, root i rm a wrltar of humnreu matter rr tl IlurlliMttnn llnwky. and la stttl t-i namas a Wctur.-r mi I contributor iri iiimla.i Hi nee eh want hem a 1 ' nln ahaduwa linear leaner here, wtntar dara DM - miii. h of lb year Ami avan aumtnai wind are chill aad rtraar. Nitii'a aha want home - HIiip ap- want homo-. V" rbln'a ni-al ha tunclnxl a tamer rain. I ' ' "M slad eonga ttratitlt bnl a sad fa fraln. A-. I minuter aotw rrlih hlddan, witter pain Hlnr aba wrnt hum Blnro aha -rant homa- II w "(III tha amply loom liar preaenea lilraaatl t uhed lH pillows that litr ilrar bead prread, ' l' i i.lr heart Itaiii nnwhrra fsr Its I -at Hlnre aha went lioma. Inca aha wwi liomr -The l.n. Ion da) a haia crept away like vara, 'I 'n inlUrhl haa Wii dlmntad With looMa and fr. A I i ha dark nUhu Lave rained In lent- t (or Him-a ahe wrnt liome. Ituakln mi Oonkrr. ' Wlut (loan cookery menu? ft mantis tb knowledge of Meden, nml of Cierce, un I of ('ulypeo, and of Helen, nnd of It- i kali, and of I ha Quatu of Mholm. 1' tii'ana ktiowledBa of nil tterba unit f"ii'a, and b I mi and aplcei, and Jf nil Mnt u hwtlluc anil awot In irovts h i lavorjr In tnrat. it tneana rartful ti'Mt and (HTftHtlrfnaaa, wntchfuliita, tvi'iingnaaa and rradlncaa of appll mi' -h K maana tb acoHmnjr of your m tie Shell !ces Wilden. mi flay Color. Now thrt the lirrotli or autumn li In the n4r we aeo the Rlram of autumn rilAI'TKIt VI Blioll la In the now nlintml dlotiaed Ktlllroom of (lie Vltdirnis. (i.iatlng dellealn rlilnn laa-rupa wllh n rlcnn l(iaa-rlotli. Alio la alnBliiR nl Hie top of her freah younn voire, ne nho usual ly dsea whm working nlonc "Oh, here you nre nt lait!" erlee niiUy, onlerliiR the mom with n vlr llmlzod air. "1 have lioen aearrhlug nil aver the hmmc far you. Who evr would dream of fliulliiR you down here for btPfikfRjL Tlie rallrond eontHilMlon oalm to : rtotl-e nutnertiun euHiiilulntfl nbotii tnt ralM In rnllroad mim, The WeliniHtt IralldliiB. whlrlt U contldtrcd one of the flnMl Htnicturan ; In cMueru Taxaa. U middlr Aupruflcli i ln completion. ! Tin Woily of lllehnrtl U. Seltleffsr, a , h-Ufbtr of Austin. wn fbHtid iiwr hli f,t the ami of thla Ioiir imMnRoT" HlRllghtr liouta wlili a liiillel hole In , "Anybody with an atom of wneo." hU tBniio and a line lying netr I))'. , nnsweri Bliull bluntly. "It you Jniltt Tho ilooiner Btelhi. wlileh went "I10" RM"K a,,Hl y liite lo a aihore at Uollrur l'oliit. n.r nl- Wrtw-pnity. yltli only two nU. volflu. llually nmuitMed to Bel wny. (,nio.,ote nt lie,P,n Abe ww, groonditl nwrly four dnya. , ' "AiliriIflornoon.lon 0 lroU. In the trlnl of Albert Hran at U- bio; but If you chooie lo encourage nrniiBc, ohnrKHl wl'h munler. after their In.lnoca of rounie they aro will- Ave wHiiomm tmd tuitlfled. the judge, ins onoimh to let you!" tirtlom! the Jury to brlBR In n rnil,t Shell makes no reply, but placidly of acquittal. j Prood with her dilating. n. iiri.iui, .i....f t-t.i. iii.ii ' "V1 nnrt 1 w,,u y up'-talr.," ron ri.e UrltUh tMinor IWen IUII. !lnilM ,.,. , moronl tono. ..Wo which rerontly left for Liverpool, from J lnvo lIco,,,e(, l0 woar tho,0 mMini wo (Inlvealon. arrlreil thero oeverol days had for the llowcr-ihow, only they ho. I'lre was fond lu tlie .hlpi want altorlnc a little, and eomo new . , , colore In all faahlnnablo millinery. A black velret capoto u worn Jauntily on one aide of the head. A fold of brightly hued ribbon, terminating In fascinating roaettc, la placed to tho left aide agnlnat the hair. A blaak paradise feather give, the una) eaehet. Tho collarette I of finely !Mtrd 1'oh amnot. cmi.onu.v. j Br i' grandmother and the arlence of ru I'm i hemlatry, and French nrt,and A'H'in Itoapitallty. It intra na, In llao, Mu )ini are to ae lmHrntlvely that iv0ry.i haa aomethliiK ulct to t." Il'ukin Aflrrniiiin tlalllne; llapr Oaa of the ihihi styllfh chm moii thla mi -on la of btaek vtiret, lined wcii 'affeU 'I ha wide velvet llounce Uai lerge while larfetn edged with a narrow pur lins of blnek chiffon. The Iateet. I i i. k "-roll, apfll'iurd and out-l.n-i with )t baada. 1 he nigh collar U with black valval. The oat- K,le "f tbe eolUr l ioinaad oC two rr.m olor4 u- r.ilHra and a nar riw poftliiK of 'iMik chrl A bibet if iv falls at !" id f the froajt, tnioatlnie Into a twrriw tulfie shout the lge of the entire ease. A Jeweled ornament and a hand rlvat fastan the rap at the throat The black velvet hat la aoaMWhat b.i:r.j in abate and Is worn m ana i It it the head. Three folds at white ribbon are or i be right aide against the bah. One fjjndtni end n4 two loops of btark NaniM fur Ulrlt. I A correspondent asks for n list at tho rut Dies most eommonly bestowed on girl babloa, Tho followlnc are tho most popular names In use lu this country: Amy, Anna, Audrey, Alice, Aline, Aids, Altx, Annabel, Alexlna, Ado- I laid, Adele, Ada, Ahum, Agatha, Au-, gusta, lllnnche, Uoatrlce, Heryl, Her-1 tha. Itella, llernlco. Clam, Cecilia, ChrUtlna. Caroline, Clrnly, Catherine, Charlotte, (Mementlnn, Clarlsea, Coles (Inn, Constielo. Dorothy, Daisy, Dora, Dngtnar. Utliel. ISvelyn. Hmlly, ltathor, Kilean. Klesnor. ICIIen, Kmma, liunlee, Kuialla, Kuphemle, Istla. Illa, Itdltb, or Hdytba, ISva. I'raucee. Kelleto, Plor nre. Halilolu. (lrai-. Gladys, Owsndo Irn. Cuinevare, Ueraidlue, Oabrlelle, Hilda. Harriet. Honor, Helen, Helena, Il. rt.'iuH. Hi-nrlMia Haater, Inez, lma gne, I,nc Isabel, Ida, Jessie, Jean, Jfaiui. Joy. Joaephlne, Joan, Joanna, June, .lun lca. Kathlren.KAtharine.ICa- 'rlns, Kite Milan, Iiulee, Ijturn, nila. Lulu, Leonora, Lattice, Lajla, Maud, Milllr. i,t Marjorle, Mabel, Ma-iir-. Mar.on. MuHel, Mildred, Mai--. Mary, Marsqulta, Martha, Mareel !j Margar.t, Marian. Mlna, Norn, XI i -..Ni'tue. Srli, Naomi, Nathalie, 0Ir. uiivla. odillr. I'earl. l'atrlels, I'ru ! nro rheetie. I'trclla, I'alraHllla.l'aM- v. (Juaaiil Ituby, Itttth. Itaehal, lte urea. itowrna, Roberta, Hslne, Homo l la. Rita. Susan. Sara, Rablna, Hnmnn- tha, Teresa, t'na, Ubaiaina, vara, vie let, Victoria. Vtroalea, Veiled, VeJt rla, Wllhelmina, Winifred, Wanona, Yvocue, Xalrtte. Zllla, Xena, Xelma, 51m. IMalahar'a Uanlury. Ura. Ann Plotrher of Langtonillabr, is the prond sponsor et 1W babies. Hie has Just carried the lMth to tha bop tUaul font. Childless flertalf, ska dearly lores other women's children; anil, as baby after baby appeared In the hamlet, It waa her delight to carry It up the sbMfchyard path, and put It Into the arms of her parish priest to be made, aecoreUnx to the Anglican tradition, "the ablld of (Jed. and an Inheritor of the kingdom of heaven." It haa taken ny yearn to make tha hold. It Is given out that Uuto will he an eight weeks' Instruction lu the dnlrv course nt the ngrlctiUiirttl mid me rlienlrnl enllsffe In January anil Feb ruary, free of charge. A barn bloinliig to K1I tanilera nenr Frank. Fannin counlr. burned a few dun wince. Ills lit In whent nml hay annum Ik to $1100, with no In surance. Mrs. AiimniU Goldstein, a prominent Jewish lady of Waco, died from tlto affects of a fall osciirrlng tho day boforo. She was ?f yxnrs old, waa a native of Folund, and had been n roti Ideut of Wuimi more thou forty yaant. Hubert Juckeou wan run oror nml , killed by n Central train nt Shormnn. Ili had been sitting up with (he dend body of n friend, and had Htarte-t home to get breakfast. Jackson 'ma TS ysarn of una. K. II. Smith, ti well kit own Ornyaou county farmer, who hits been on tiinl at Hliurntaii, chnrged with luannltr, waa declnrad Insane. On a previous trial he wna pronounced sane. Tom I'mprcas, aged 1 yenril, wim Imdly hurt by recelvlMR n rlmrjra of ' bird shot In one of his foel by the hc clilenlHl illwbaiKf of n Run. Tho neel dent occurred near Van Alulyne. D. J. Uitie, chief of the Terrell rtro dcpnrtiuenL slatetl that the committee i appHlnlPtl by tha clt) council had pur- ohnNiHl SCO fwtt of ilral-cUaa hose for, use of the department. 1 "They nre lite people, mighty llvo people." sold Henry rtudnllffe, tho big Cnrdlff Hlilp owner. In his rlenr-eut liucllsh. (u he register'! nt tho 81. Chnrlsn hotel. New Orleans, returning from the Inunction of Uatvestun. John H. Ivt'll died at Oeorgetown from a gunshot wound. Mr. Level! hurt hcon slrk for no in" time, miffurlnK from nervous pmitnitfon. rtls biml nes affairs nre la nxceltent condlllou. Tho Hlrkolt Lumber eompauy's mill. Hltuatetl nt O'dnnnon. on tli Cotton (let t railroad, north of Tox nrknna, wns totafly destroyed by flru. The property wus vulued nt IIOUO, on which watt earrled yimw ItMumneo. I. I'. Ilruwn of fSro4sli;k lute re turnod from tho Klondike, where ht and a party went mat KtrMry. Mr. Ilrawn wiys his iwrty located MO arres 310 miles from Jnneatt. and govern ment it sett y 1st say that the dirt will IMii out flf.TB iter ton. He returns In the apring. I'orter MeCultom. a young nuiti. had leg !i rushed nt Whlbmboro by a tr.tln. lie ami a eoinitsulon wetv rid ing on the iMiHipers. A lulMtep caused him to full and the accident followed. Amputation was iiweaMry. A piece ot Iron weighing aevoral hundred (wuntle fell en a foot of Char ley DartleaoN. at Denlson. a tracker, eraahlttg the bones In hla Instep. Itn worked lu the Went Denlann railroad rerda He waa sent to the ledalto. Mo., hospital. A two-story house at Paleallno owned by Thomas Pronto and ooea pled by Mrs. II. Weir as a boarding- i heme, was red Hoed to nahea. The building was rained ul MM. on whlci I MM InattraHce was carried. I'urni- , ture Inaurod for HM. nsarly all saved. 1 The store Iknim of iprlng Urea., at Illevine. waa wreekod by the explosion ot a eati of gtmnowdar. Me one was In the atora nt the lima, all hands hav ing gone ta anotHtr. Oreat damage wna dona the goods. Three earleatls ot compressed ootten were burned at the Mlaeourl, Kansas 1 and Texas depot at Oreenvllle. About Nfl balen were destroyed and ISO dam aged. It was In poMsMlon of the rati- bHndretl as In a hamlet of only 150, load company, and consigned to Oal babies come slowly - Lincoln Leadsr veaton. IflflAa Innltlni- mi' "All right-only I can't come Just now," assonte Shell rondlly "the flow orn have to bo gathered and arranged yet; nnd cook Is steeped (o her eye brows In cakt-H -1 promised to help her as soon ns I had finished these." "Oh, but tho dresses must be done ilrstl I'll fin I her the flowers If nes nry." rays Iluhy In tho voice of a martyr, "even though going out In the heat always does give me a frightful headnehe." Sholl reluctantly compile, nnd Is occupied for nearly nn hour, tbon hav ing still many household matters on ficr mind, ahe rises to lake her de parture "Don't go yot; you know how I ab hor this wort of work." said Ituby fhnrply her only work so far hits con sisted In wntchlng Shell's deft noodle Jnrtlng to and fro. "Hut, Ituby, I must the tonnls tniirts want marking; and I must keep my promise lo cook." "Oh, wo enn tonnage now qulto K-cll!" rcmnrks Violet choerlly. "Hy !ho w.ty, Shell, wliu. aro you going lo aear?" looking up with suddon In tcroat. "IT OJj. I don't knou I hnven't Mioughtr' returns Mhell oarulosalr. JMy whllp aorge will do as well M Anything- nt any rate It Is ready." "Don't woar stuff, It looks so hot: bcMldoa, tbnt serge looks horrid since It was wnsliml." objects VI, whu likes Shell sumviently to wish that she Jhould Apiear nt ner best. "My dear VI, don't wnste advice on 3fioll job know bow setf-nplulonnted rhc Is. Ileildos" wills a slight uprais ing of her eyebrows "she Is such a ihlld, It renlly doesn't matter murli a'liRt she wears." "Just so,''nNients Rlleft. shutting the door bthld lior : but, trfl the same, she coos awn) feeling rntlmr sore nt heart, for tt re Is no small amount of con tempt In Ruby's tone. Though lior eldest sister has asslgtmf her ngo ns x reason for her drtvis not mattering, sho knonu full well that (ho tono also Insinuates n vast want ot persaunl at traction too. Yet, It she only knew K. she has .i charm nil her own tthr charm of n gonial spirit and a warm Impulsive heart. hloli peeps out of her dear gray-grctm eyos. nml lingers amidst the dim pi oa of her crimson Hps. All tnnt long summvr afternoon there la no thought of shf In the girl's tondttcc. alio 11 Its ttbouti rinding foot ctoola (Hid seats tor old todies, getting pins and frerh flower Atr glrltt who have eomo lniirfectly provided, and aonomtly making hereett useful. "When will you be ready for ton nlsT" asks Robert ('humpley. who has been fetching hor unrrowly, though 'inseen, for the past en minutes. "I am not going Uii play," answer Shell brightly, ns sh hurries uerowi the ss'ti with a suiwsade for an old lady who has left Her own nt homo, jnd now finds herU Inrommwled by h anient gase ot King gol. "Hut everybody says you play so well; and vet I have never seati you teach a racket." a urges, with a tmlle, ns hir return. "I'trkaps that is bow I keep my reyutslloM," UUHttia abell galty "Ktr-mtt. rHy. 1 like to wajeh pod bIljt; you mlffkt be obllglnsc,- pieada bt.f lampaiitun. Train to tell, he la bexltinlng to take a deep Interest in Khali, probably owing to the fact that lit sterna to take ho Intftrsst whatever In 111 at. Hell, 1 will be," rosponds Rholl. Tilth a curious little smile; nnd then, (miking straight up to an exceedingly ? petty girl dressed In k.alo pink, she lys gravely, "Nora dear. Mr. Champ lay Is most anxloiw to meet with some sue who plays tenuis really well, so I Uiotight I couldn't do better than .ring him to you. Mr. Champley Mm Nera Fretwell;" and with a little led she proceeds plueldly on her way, laving so disposed ot her eavaller, F.ve minutes later she 1 aeeested by "Isn't It a Jolly afternoon V bs be- Tie-i, only ralbsr warn, agrees Hhetl, pushing her sailor bat a little rnrther off her brow. "fame Into the shade and lot me fan you," suggests Ted coaxlngly. "How very kind!" scoffs Shell. "Rut think I won't accept It feotinds so nuch nicer thnu It really Is. Fanning only makes one hotter; and tho midges are swnrmlng In the shade." "It seems Impori-lblo ever to say or suggest the right thing to you." says Ted with boyish Impatience. "If I have been rudo I nm very sorry." Shell leturns thoughtfully; "but nil the rnmc It Is true, you know. Funning only cools one for tho mo ment, nnd one Is ten times hotter at terwnrds." As sho speaks sho saunters on n few stops by his tide, that she may not appear loo pointedly uimo clablo. "Ry-t!ie-way, I had almost forgot ten." remarks Ted. laughing "Rob and Meg charged me with n commix ilon. I nm antrueUMl with ri mystorl otts packet, whlrh I faithfully prom ised lo deliver Into your own hands;" nnd from his pocket he produces a small mid remarkably clumsy paper parcel tied up with a bit ot colored wool. "I think there must bo some mis take?' snys Shell, looking nl the prof fered offering superciliously; "(hoy probably mennt It for Ruby." "On tho contrary, I wns particularly cautioned not to entrust It to your sister," laughs Ted. "I believe It Is of an edible nature, and thoy fenred the temptation might be too great." Shell taken tho packet reluctantly, nod. standing still for n momont In the pnthway, cautloumy opens It, dis playing to view sumo hnlf-dozon olioeo late creams of n decidedly crushed and not very tempting appearance. For n momont a beautiful and gontlo smllo lights up hor ovory feature; thmi ho remembers with n start the part sho Is acting, nnd nskn scornfully "What cm earth Induced thorn to send mo those things?" "Thoy probably thought you would npproclnlo thorn poor children!" nn swers Ted. rnlhor hotly. "Thoy got n box as n prosout Ibis morning, nnd wouldn't give me any penco until I tonientod to bring you over some. I wish" IndlRnnnlly "(lint I had thrown thorn nwny on tho road." "It certainly would have been wlsor," retorts Shell, ns she ruthlessly tosses the small bundle nwny nnilil.it n clump of shrub. "Chlldron hnve such odd fnuelos." "I don't call (hut an odd fancy f roll It n goiicrous Impulse" correct Ted, stolldfy. "Ily the wny" looking nt her keenly "shsff I tell thorn the fiste of their poor Httlo present." "As you phwise." aruwors Shell care-le-mly; nnd then, knowing tho pain that would I Inflicted" by toich a rave lathin, ahe a-ids quickly- "No, I think peril lips yoir mid better not. Rome peo ple Imagine, that rliltlfren nro sensi tive! und f tlnve no -tsh to wound thbir feellngai In mwr thoy posss. uny. ' "In' ease lhy possetn anyt" roponui Ted, positively flushing' with mingled anger nnd csutotnpr. "You must bo very dbnso If you hnv not yot ills covervd the those ohlluVrn nro of n keenly nervous temperuinent." "t know I urn dunso," admits Shell, with' not tile fulntuut nltiow of annoy -nttu or rebontincnt. "H for ohlldroit, I don't profess to undimtnnd thorn piobnbly Uecnuso I UuHr no sympathy wltlb themi " Ted wnllu on bnsliltt &er In thought fit! sllonao. It souniH' to him n ssd pity that llliell. who- uued to bo stroll a gonial; sonny llttlie ercature, should have oliRugod Into tliH-nnrd callous be ing now tnlhlng la. blm. He would llku Ul account for. ibe phonoiminon In soma way, and Is ntomplntlni( tho possiulllto of nsklnii hor If hIio has been ertMsed In lawt. when their tete-B-toto Ik cut short by Mrs. WI'den. "Shnls doar," tmn that lady, lu n troubled1 tone, "I' wlh you would run In and' see to thn making of the coffee It la, sure not t be properly cleared It ran are not taere. Mr. Oiampley will excuse youi I nm sure bo knows tlwt we cHiiuaC afford efllcSent ser-vauibt." "I am only tea delighted to nnd thuat MsjtrJand still ptmssssss voting ladles who are not above making themselves lawful," nuawera Ted, la a banterta. Mim toil "There Is nothing I ad mire so nsuen ns uoiiraHietty La a woman. Most ot our girls are getting so blue that It will be a blue lok out for their husbands." "Yes. Indeed." murmurs Mrs. Wil den, an Shell, with a little lues at her head, walks awny. Dear Shall la most useful not very ornamental, but very useful thoroughly iiomeatloated, nnd such a gentln, kind eroature. I otun wonder how I should get on without hr." In the meantime Ruby, nt the other aide of the lawn, Is listening to a plese ot Intelligence whleli causes her cheeks to turn psle, whilst she flutter her fan with Increased nervous energy. "You think the dear children need hanger she Is saying In a tone of bewilderment. "I thought they were looking remarkably well; and the pets are always In such excellent spirits." "Meg Is not well," answers the father decisively. "8ni srms larj.tuld Vji heavy. Tho tlr hero hi tut ralMtas? during tho hot months; I thlik I stall tako her to Scotland." "Oh. not to Scotland poor child the JoHmey would bo to dreadfully fatiguing!" pleads Ruby, u sho thinks with consternation ot tho Istponlbll II" of Ifidurlnir liar mother to permit in to R9 so far from homo for nl ready her quick brnln haa formed a plan for following the children. "Yes, It might be trying for so young n child," agrees Mr. Ohnmploy thought fully. "In Hint enso I must be con tent with the moors or the North Devon coast." "1 should just keep her nt home, nnd send her down by tho sen ovory morn ing sea-air Is always brnelnr," ob serves Ruby, with a feeble hops that her nil vice may be taken. "Mud mouth Is tho reverse of brae Ing." corrects her companion decided ly; "besides, It Is not only the nlr the children wnnt n complcto chnnge." "Ot course you know best," admits Ruby, with n reluctant nnd despondent sigh; "but I nlwnys think Hint chll dron nro hnpplor at homo than any where else." "That depends," remarks Robert Champley vngnely, nnd with a sharp 'Bh. i "Oh, yes, of course!" agrees Ruby ngerly; (lien ntter n moment sho con tinue slowly, "However trustworthy servants may be, they oan't under stand everything." "Do you mean that the children aro lu nny wny neglect odf" he asks quickly. "Oh denr, no!" laughs Ruby, with a playful hcHd-ehake. "I am sliro their nurse Is most attentive from nil ac count! but you ought not, for In stance, to nllow her to chooso tholr clothes. Of course sho has no Idea how to dress them how should she, poor woman!" "Thoy scorn very sensibly clothed to mo." (inswerH Robert Champley, but lu rather a dubious tone In fact n lone open to conviction. "As long as they nre wnrm nnd comfortable, tho cut Isn't ot much Importance." "Hut, my dear Mr. Champley, how cm poor Meg be comfortablo In n dress (hat allows of no free play of tho limbs? Children ought never to bo hampered by their clothing." "Is Meg hnmperrd?" "Almost tortured, I should think, In her Inst dress. As for Rob, ho ought to be dressed sailor fashion now," "Roar u.e .vhnt nm I to do?" asks Robert Champley, hnlf-mocklng, half In earnest. "I toll you what." nays Ruby sudden ly "I will mnkc clothes for ench ot them ns n pattern. Now plenso don't protest It will only bo llko tho tun of dressing dolls to mo." Of course Mr. Ohnmploy docs pro test, but, na tisunf, ho protostr In vain; mid when he takes his tlopnrturo from the Wilderness that evening ho finds himself weighed down hy ono mora obligation to Ruby Wlldon. An for Ruby, she in In grent spirits tho only thing which troubloK her In tho matter Is her totnl Incapacity either to cut out ot- to niakii tho elothofi In question, see ing that In tenllty she known far leu how children should' ho dressed than the nurso whose tnntes sho has boon erUlrtetci;. (To bo Confirmed.) A TOHPgPO nOAtT TnAOEDY. t Mil tltuit rat Inn of ttv Vaugar of Till Bcrtloa. The Union Bqundran Investing Charleston during tho elvll war was (rawing: tloser and closon to tho doom- od plaae. One of tho wnrshlps that lay alosest iushoro was the Housatonlc, and thai vessel wns nulsctod as tha torpedo bout's victim. The Portland Trauasrigt tolls tho tragla story: The evening, of Feb. 17, 1805( closed In raw and fogity. At 8 o'clock. Capt. Corlsou gave tlx command nnd tlie boat drop- pod do.vn tho river. As tho clocks ware striking tho halt Hour In the city tho RtUs craft pulled m r tho bar. NulHolsxsly sho glldodl tfuongh tho water, guided by the' lights on the Housruunlc, for which sho hcadod. So heay was tho fog that she escaped tlin tietlee of the sentries. At a quar ter te nine she Iny dlrt-ttly In front oftu HousMtonlr, nt n distance of five liurokcd yards. She-was running faster now, nnd h lit' io fsrthsr on she began to submerge. Two hundred yards moro umf she disappeared. Five minute tutor there was n dull rear, and ths wutMC around tie Huuaatonlc boiled Hk a caldron. The netblo ship gave- mighty upwird heuro nnd then be- gan to settle. Itnslga HnzMon anil four sailors who wer below perished, but fortunately for tho rest ot tho crw the water his shallow nnd they saved themselves by climbing Into the rig ging. The vessel was a total loss, but the submarine torpedo boat waa no where to be found. Two years, after the war, shen the wreckage waa being removed, from Charleston barber, the HotMWUnlc waa raised. In her hull there was a ghastly wound. Inflicted by tk torpedo, and In that hole was tho torpedo beat with every man on hoard still at his post, where he had, died years before. The little boat had torn a big hole In the cruiser, through which the water bad poured In sueli a, volume that the torpedo boat was drawn Into It. And there Its crew died et suffocation. In the grasp or the en emy which they had destroyed. 0 OTHW M-M Two Ways ot ruttles It. "I natiee. Miranda," remarked Mr. Neggscholce, "that your first husband's elothea do not fit me." "No, Gyrus." coincided Mrs. Neggseholee, with a lit tle sigh. "You don't tkem."-Otiloago Tribune. Why dees a nnn usually fairs to shuffle oft this mortal eoll beforo h cuts much of a figure In history t