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DAILY 1886. * * Alone. 71. J. n tnl''t III HnMfyii KaglK. Since she went lurme Tlic c\enlnc filiation * linprr lo.ircr here , The winter ila > s till co imu-h of the jrar. Ami even summer winds nro chill and ilrcar , Mnee she went home. Since MIC went home The robin's nfite has touched a minor straIn , T ho old triad SOURS fori n'lie but a < ail refrain , Awl laughter > bs u Ith hidden , bitter i > aln , fiiuccshe went home. Hiiro she went home- How Mill the empty looms her presence blessed : Untouched tlip jillloxv Hint her dear head pressed ; . tj lonely heart hath nowhere for Its rc Since she went home. Since she went home The lonp , long days ha\e crejil away like ' ' The Ntn'iUu'lit has boon dimmed with doubts nlid feni < < , . . . , And the dark nh'hts have rained in lonely loan. loan.blnee she went home. IIONHY roii TIIB IJADIIS. India and China silks are trimmed with J.acc dievscs aio moio Ilinvliig than for merly. Ulaek and white julnted hosiery arc aiiioug the novelties. Klamine with wild meshes Is combined With woolen lace. Cotton crape cloth Is almost us effective as the milliner ) er.ipe. White dresses fur home arc in general u e by iiersonH In mourning. Hlark. dark brown navy-qluo hosiery are worn with walking costumes. Camel's hair cloth , In light colors , Is com bined with hrizht tinted surah. White nnd ecru cotton gienadlnes aic among thu summer jiovcities. DiaiM'd Polonaises nnd overdiesses , with b.istio ( | bodices , nre In equal favoi. Plain skirts without gires , some being uiado with do'jp plaits at the side , me worn. Joan of Aic was Maid of Oilcans , hut Noah's ink was made of gopher wood , Kgynll.in and orlent'U Inco nio mcd for llmnlft.s over colored and white ilrcssis. Mutinies of lace , lined witheoloied sllkari ! worn with d.uk silksl.hls with a deinl-tr.iln. Hlack silk hosleiy Is woin with evejiliig toilet and with light dieses ot cvciv descrip tion. Lustrous silk wrap white material aie cm- ploved foi iiiouiiilng dresses foi Infonnal oc casions. Kndiroideied erape , game and musllii are shown In most el.iboiato designs and beauti ful coloring. Material for tennis costumes , with ( tames of the aeeessoilesof the game , have ribbons toioiicspoml. Nllppcis for evening wear arc of Sneile leather , and are claboiatolj embuildeicd with beads and silk. Dull leather will suspend patent leather foi walking boots. Heels me low and the toes artUesH pointed. I.urge buttons nre used to lihn diess panels. The rosary heads , now somewhat iMy > ' , , ue utlli/ed as Inlttoiis. Unloaded sateens , In light colors and white , have delicate VIlie , bud and lein designin the sanm rotor as the giouiid. ' A wom.m at Ninth Adams , Mass. , has dug a cellar this Mining for a laige , new house , und slid ( plained the stone also. ( .oaisu meshed nets , have laipe or small polka dots. They are to he found In all the lavldoiiablo colors. They aie made up over silk. 0 Tussore Mile Is worn over skhts of brome , fical-biovi u , 14:11 : uet or dai k pi line silk. These te.01orsare.al > o woin with ceiu silk net ovei dresses. Some of the silks for summer wear have al- of lace gienndliie. Moire . . .1 have stiipcs of close Iiluge woven In the material. A new matcilai ; lalne vltieaiiv , has small cheeks with lace canvas lattiee woik. It Isln eolois and is worn over silk eorresponding to thu dai Kcst shade of thu checks. Ages will rome and go. but woman will not l > pelfectly happy until she can have cjes attaehed to her shoulders , so that she may look up to and criticise her own back lialr. Moinlng diessL-s of veiling , cashmeie , alba- tiiis or small of delicate colors , are tiimiucil with lace or ilbbon , accoiding to fancy. Un some of these ill esses a combination oil Ib- bous Is used. A Voikvlllo laboicr , rcadluc a paper to bis wife. Instead of "tho picsidcnt wasieceived with three lnu/nlis'r ' pionouiieed the last word ' 'hussies. " "More shame for him , " 10- l > lleu the Indignant and seandall/rdlady. In a gay circle In the Faubourg St. llonore. they weio comullmenting tlio bcautlfu Duchess dc on the appioachiug and IIJH iiarent lihth of an heir to so Illustrious a house us her own. "Say nothing of it to my husband , she replied ; "It's a nice little sur prise 1 am piepailni ; for him. " A ulrl's heart will palpitate and her breath eomo short und ( julek at the very thought of getting ii | ) to icclto a verso In the Sunday- school ( oneert. hut "sliov 111 sit calmly up In the choir and tlirt with the handsomest tenoi all through thu scivico In thu lace of the whole eougi elation without experiencing a single tiemor. "Susan , stand upand let me sec what you'vo learned. What does e-h-a-l-r spell ? ' ' " 1 don't ' know , ma'am. " "Why I Whatdoyoi hltonV" "Oh , ma'am , 1 don't like to tell. ' "What on eaith Is the matter with the Kill'/ Tell-wliatlsltr1 "I don't like l tell ; It was Hill IJi-ass' knee , but ho never kissed mo but three times. " "Fannlo. " he mild to her , "I lovn jou with my whole heart , and 1 want jou to bo my w | fc. It Is true I'm oulv a dep.irtment clerk with only 51,400 a year , but , Fiinnle , money doe.sn't buy happiness. Do you love me , darl ngV "Oo-oo , " she cooed , nestling her head I on his nuw coat front. "And > oi do love me' ? " ho exclaimed witli confidence , "lou Io\u mo with your whole soul ami being ? " "Mnxbeiint uiilto th.it much , " she gurgled . "but 1 lo\u you 51-JOO worth.Ceo ' Him tliat's 8-tOO < mine than 1 ever loved any other Ih Ing man. " A Mlaiiprirolieiisloti. Thou puling and pugnacious child That , without ceasing , prattlest ; And diixest both thy iiaients wild , As with tlieii lialr thoii b.ittle t ; What holds the future glim tor then , Aught gi.ind and consvijiieiitlal ? Perhajis somtlme tliou jet nuiy.st be A person piciidcntlal. Perchance a Judge of mien piofound And patience and endurance Thou'lt bo ; or one who wanders round .Soliciting Insuiance ; Mayhap a giaxo tnigedlaii , A butchei 01 a bie\u'r ; Mnyhiip a wllv plumber man \ , ho loses to build a sewer. Peichaneea man of eloiiuenco Thou'lt be to bore a jury ; A scienllst ot bialn Immense , A warrior nt fury. A baiher with tils head n-curl ; A cleig\man veracious Whnl's tliatV KliV What ' ? The babe's a girl What n mistake ! ( iooit giaclousl I'Kl'l'KHMl.NT DKOl'S. The Texas Slftlngs suggests that this Is the Ec.iMin of thu maiden all lor lawn tennis. "Is R wioni ; to toast .leu DaIs ? " asks an exch.muc. Not if It Is done over n hot lite. A paper Infoi ins Its re.ideis that "when n gentleman and lady are walkin ; ; upon the btieet the lady should walk inshht the gentle man. " Hut how * the lady U to do that it la not stated. Wanted One for Keeps He : Anil now , Kaiuli , wh.it kind of an engagement ring Khali 1 get jou ? Slui : .Solid gold , 1 guess , Henry ; I'm so tired of wc.irlnj : Imitation gold for engagements , In a Weak State Landlady : The coffee , I nm soiry to say. Is exhausted. Mr , Smith. Hoarder Hmllh : An , > es , jmor thing , 1 was e\iHTtliipthat ; I've noticed that for some time It hasn't Ik'i'ii , strong. The tecciit toinado In Ohio carried a deed and na'moi.indum Ixiok from its owner's liouso In lliudln county to Adams township , distance of foity-elcht miles. Anybody who doesn't believe It can si < o the book. ' Will jour biother iiiob.ibly ever come out licie ! " "No , 1 think not ho lia-s never been west of the Allegheny mountains. " "Is that so ? What Is his business ? " "Writing de- M'llplhe mtk-le.s of thu west for eastern pub lications. " Young Sm.rllw ace I dcslro to purchase n ring for m > miiicee. Obliging dealer Yes ; how long liavu > ou liecn eiiuaucd ? Young S. Nearlj three jears , sir * Obllu'iiiB dealer ( to cleik ) Ah , ji > ; Jaiue tihowtlilsjoiiugui.m some of those linltntion pirnets The editor Of the Atehl&oii Times recently. T ID 'or the proud posH'0" ' ° ' ccliool illreclor. A. lver--p fate or contninaeious Miters did not itermit htm tii reach the RIM ! of his desire , hut the undaunted spirit ent out to the world the following announcement : " 'Ihank dotu we \ ic : still : v rich heritnio to lea > e our childien -the memorj of their father's virtues. " . 'Have von had much of n drmilh up jonr wj ? " asked n Milwaukee storekeeper of a lii'iitx-minn ' from the HilpiKSWa region. M.all , " ald the InmlKTiiinii. "It did look ravthcrdroiith.v when the water In the Chiiv- lieu a got so low that the < athsli had to line mud-tin tk to tow 'em mer the bar. " How HP Workoil. He leelurt d on unions and lalnir , And wildl.v he branlshed Ids list ; He told them to take LMIII and sabie , And go for the capitalist. He told them thcv never need 'cumber. Their thoughts'w Ith respect for the law ; He said lie vv.is one of their numl > er Hut all that he worked WILS his jaw ! SlUHlOAIj AM > DIIAM/VTIO. .lohn r. . Owens announces that he will not etutn to the .stage. Minnie Hank piopo cs to eoneerlbe on the 'nclllc ' co.ist during the einrent summer. Agnes r.lhel Traev. novvn very itch widow , irojHise.s to st.ir In "Agnes" next season. Mine , bcmhilch at the latest accounts had ichleved gieit success In "I.ticla" at Dresden. The Fifth A\cinio "illkado" company made a gicat lilt in licrlln , dining the past ivcek. Miss Kate Fornjthe began her stalling tour n "Macbeth" at the Boston Paik the.iter last A cck. Horace MeVleker Is to lie united with his father in thu imiuagement of MeVlckcr's lie.tter. tlm "aiithoil/ed" "Mikado" diew S3SJ.OOO ii New Yoik , felOO.WWIn Huston , and 8110,000 n Philadelphia. Mine. Miidjpska will pli > an engagement of eight weeks nt ( lie I'nlon ' bqiiaic theater "leginnlng In Octohei. Slgnor riieiubinl , Maplesou's favorite MSSO , Is In New Yoik waiting foi the I'attl 'oncei t season next fall. Kate For > the has gone out u-staiilng in a new iilay. "Meicelle. " hhe was well le- eelveu in Uoston last week. Maiy Anderson sailed for Llveipool riiursd.iyof last week aceomn.inledhj her Ijiother und Dr. Hamilton C.iifliii. Khun Pljinpioii made hisdeliut on the Lon- lon Mage on the 'Jlst ult. , and achieved an Immediate and verj' decided success. M. Wldoi's new opcia"Mnltie Anne bios , " now being given at the OperaComhiuc , P.uis , has attained an uueiinlvoc.il success. When Mrs. Laugtiy visits Ameiica next nutunm she will hiing with heranevv play wiitten lei hei bj Mr. Chailes Coghl.in. Henry Irving gave a h.iniiuct in London Thuisihiy nlifht to Mr. D.ilj and his eom- panv , w'hlch occupied fiom midnight to l.iw n. Mr. Hill will take Miss Mather to Califor nia in June , having aiiiinged for a hilef sea son In ban Francisco , the HistMtoltlie Jimng aelicss to the westein co.ist. "The Aetoi , " a new play bv IMg.ir 1'eni- lieitou , has been successful ! ) plodueed at Hiimlngham , ling. 'I he plot is diawn from a ( ieim.in legend , adapted hj Mink Twain. Tin1 piesent season will be the Ill's ! summer th.it Minnie Hank lusspeiit in Ameiie.i since the hcirinninirof liei muslc.il eaieei. ! > hewlll shoitlj visit the YellovvslonepaikaudOicgon. Miss Kllen Teiiaecomp.inledhv hei eldest daughter and under the escort of Mi. llenij living , will leave London .Inly : U for this countiy on a short tout foi lest and lecic- atlon. Tne "Fedora" company , with Adele lul- ! gaide and K. I ) . Mantel ) , has closed its sea , son , Miss lielgaide having , it is icpoitcd- nioie than tilled Faiinx Davenpoit's place as the heroine. Joliann Strauss of Vienna was recently en gaged as chief of oiehcstia to conduct a seiies ot conceits at St. Peteishing. His conditions were 100,000 fiancs , with hotel and traveling expenses for tlnee pel sons. As might have been hue-seen. "Adonis" has piovcd an unequivocal falluie in London , the audience leceiv ing the stale jokes and child ish attributes ol an Indillerentailety show with demonstrativudeiision. Willie Kdouin is still In London , and , like Mail ; Tapley , waiting lor something to turn up. He will shoitly pioduce an Anglicised version of Alhin Valaheigne's new ricnch comedy , "Le lionhcnr Conjugal. " It tin hs out that Colonel Mnpleson has not seemed I'attl forun Ameilean touinextsea- hon. Henry K. Abbey , accoiding to the late cable , is the lucky man , and he unnounces that the diva will open in New Yoik Novem- bei n. "One Thousand Kms" is the tltleof a comic opera soon to be pioduccd in New York. The scene is laid in a neuspapci olllee , and there is ax'horus of composltois. Chatlcs Lauback is iesKinsible ] for the music and Myion Uein- aulfor the llbietto. Jo.iquin Millet's daugliter Maud and her husband , London MeCoimack , have been plajlng inI'.i" ' at a New York bowery theatie , wheie beei anil tohncio smoke aie leading attractions. It Is li.nd hut honest work , and better than waiting until tall for an engagement. It is cabled that Dion Houeicault , immedi ntel > upon his arrival in Londonwas seived \\itliuMiiinuons in a divorce suit at thu in- stameot Agnes Kobeitsoii-Houcic.uilt , under the advice ol her clilldicn , whose blitlnightls Impugned by the Austiallan ceiemonv be tween Mr. lloueieault and Louise Thorndvke. * Marie Wainiight. who has just closedher season with Hooth-Hulvlnl , will spend the hummer at Nahant , Mass. , preparing for her tour as principal .support to Louis .lames the coming .season. She has just refused aeiy tl.ittering olfcr to play at the lialdvv In theater , San Francisco , in the stock company which Al Hajman has organi/ed. Miss Sojihie Kyie made a complete success in "Moths" at San Francisco dining the past week , playing the leading idle of Vera. The audiences at Baldwin's theatio have been \eiy huge , accoiding to all telegiaphle ac counts , and the critics agiee that Miss Kyie'n Vera was the hit of thu play. Havelli , Maplc.son'.s luijiular little tenor , has been talklnu savagely against the doughty colonel In New YoikItaulli said that Maplcson owes him S7XX ( ) . "While the ailists could get nothing from him , " added the wrathful singer , "and the chorus singers were half starved , them were tour people who lived on the fat of the land and washed it down with champagne oveiy day. These were Mapleson and Mine. Dottl , and Charles Mapleson and Mine. Cavalaizc , his wife. " Miss Fortesque , the English actress jilted by Kail Calms , will be accompanied to Amer ica next fall by her mother and sister , and It Is expected sue will mouse a good deal of attention In social circles. Aitlmr Sullivan lust gave her an oppoitunlty in "lolanthe. " hhe subsequently appealed as Dorothy In "Daniel Diuce. " W. S. ( iilhert.became In terested In her , and vviotu a play called " ( iietchen" foi lier. Last > ear she staned thiough Kngland. She w 111 play In Phlhidel plihi at the. Chestnut stieet thcatic. MoroTrutli Thau Poetry. Lives of bank cleiks all remind us We can make our lives all eihuo ; And , depaiting , leave behind us Not a solitary dime. KOUUATIONAIj. One of ( lie oldest , If not the oldest , medical colleges of thu world is the medical school ol the Imperial university of Japan. 1'iof. Ulibcy of Piliu'cton has slatted for Alaska. Joining Lieut , hchvvatka , they will explore the Alaskan Alps , the Mount St. Kltns group , with especial rcfcienco to their Btructuieiind their glaciers. Mr. A. A. Hinedalc , On. Gaifleld's friend and hlogiapher. has lust beun lemoved tiom the ixisitloii of Superintendent ot Instruction by the Cleveland ( O. ) Hoard of 1'diicaiion. Picsldent McCosh , of Pilnceton , vigorous ! } repudiates thu idea that he Is s Scotch phll- ospher , He wishes to bo knovvn as the founder of an American school of philosophy. The Jena mil versify lias received ulegacj of about $75,000 from Paul urn Ulttei , of iiusle , to be applied In the zoological 10- scarch on the basis of Darwin's evolution theory , which the testator regards as the greatest sign of pro/ress of thu tentury , Hartford Is to be congratulated on the pub lic spirit of her worthy clli/.ens. JunlusS. Morgan , who lecently made a handsome gift to Trinity college , hud Infoimed the manage- gers'of the Hanfoid oiphan usylum of his In tention to give them a fund of $25ooo In 4 per cent bonds us a memorial of hit mother , who was ouo of the managers. O'l'lio Catholic university property In St. Louis 1ms been sold to be cut un Into business blocks , the price buliiKUU,000or a little over SlkV ) a front foot. The university was famuli * in 183) ) , before the city dad 6,000 inhabitants and lu. JUTS it hail. bulWiua cuitiiiK S QOCKX Now that lh business part of thu city has grown up about It , thu university vylll bo moved Into Uio newer West end. Tim Is cc large t real cMato ale ever made In the ciiy. Columbln college has had about l/ * " ; dents more or less under Its h liu'iict' ( Wring hevliolnrlstiejear now ending. Of lhe e , hrvvc iu'iel a iriiml- hef > 00iuedieal students ! > lal connection with the college , the wiinoi > f mines , which includes all dcp.irlsinenfs of applied 'eiciiec , has had WO names on its rolls the law school av > , anil tlie umlcrgr.ul- late depirliuent about 'i3. The trustees of Columbia college of New- York City at their ' 1st meeting decided to uliult In future to their Institution women on exactly the ame footing as men. The van- in * members of the boaid have for some time llsphijcd a wllllnirness to give -women a fhauco to edtieate themselves. Thotiustees mve not been urged to taku the step by the so-e.illcd women sriniKithlrcr * . nor hasanv Mtie been biouuht to bear upon them. A HngKoil Pair. He stood in ticice despair gaunt , hollow- ejed , With murder wblsperlne In Ids tortured ear. No woik ! His IMUJ'S erles bioko down his pride , Ills sick w ife's pleading hi ought the horror neai. Thej henid his tale , ami carelessly they throw A golden coin , as U they thought the sting That drove his soul eiline's hated poitals thiuiigh Would weaken ut the money's golden ring. Ills thlu fare settled lu a hateful fiown ; .The snceiluireh.itlly unheeded lay : They who had Idly cinslied his manhood down Will wonder at his daik icveiige some day. A man with co.it aw lairged as his own Held out his hand and spoke brave words of cheer. And lot the dnik stern face has gentler glOW 11. And lu the hollow eje thete shines a te.ir. forgotten nre the hidden thoughts that tilled His soul , the way seemed blighter than hefoie , \ new eoui.ige all his life has thrilled , And thiiiwn a gleam of sunshine thiough hope's door. He elves the most who bravely lends a hand To help his luother lu the hoin of need : ( ! od keeps thereeoid lleeau undeistniid And ol our slightest s v lee w Uptake heed. Sam Jones will be the attraction at the Katon Itaplds , Mich , cMiuiHiieeting , which commences Junetsi. The Piesbv teil.in ehuieh of Aheideeii. Da kota , Is lighted at night with uleetile light , as Is the entire joung eity. The dloeese of Missouri has elcrled its bishop , Ht. liev. D.inlel h. Tuttle.themission- in j bishop of Utah ami Idaho. Hcv. J. Uadger , an Iiidl.in of I'llnceAl- boi t. has been ordained hj the bishop ol Sas katchewan , and licensed as mlsslmi.iij to the Indians of Fort I.a Corne. The Chilsthuis of niigl.ind 'and Ameiica spend annuallj fU.fXW.OOO lu Mippoit of mis sions , 'I hey employ : I , . " > IH ) mlssnmai ies , : i7 , < > 00 native helpeis mid have about TUO.UOO niem- beis. ( ieueral Hoolh in his speech at Exctei hall , l.iiiiiliin , after the hie.iKtast given to the sol diers of the Salvation army , Horn all p.iitsol the world , s.ild that during the past je.ir J0,0X : ( ) had been contributed to the arm.v In ( ite.it Itilt.iln alone , and 1,000 ghis icseiied fiom the sheets. The gavel used h > Dr. 1) . C. Maniuis , the nindeiatorot the I'leshjterl.in geneial as- suiuhlj , at Mlnnc.ipnUs , was made of plpe- stone and pieseuted on hchalf of the Dakota Indians , thiough Itev. Messis. , Iohn Wllllam- SOH and John Kastnmii. Thecoloied Methodists hate now the laig- estchureh In Washington. It isou M stieet , between Fltteenth and Sixteenth stieets. nnithvvcst , In a fashionable nelghhoihood. It cost § 110,1X10 , ol which all hut Sto.ooo has been lalsed , and seals liKK , ) people. The gifts to the luiuie mission fund of the Southern Picshjlci Ian church weie $ r.V.i"yU. The committee mentions one fact which K sin pi King and quite gr.itlljiug to-wit , th.it lepints liom forty picsbjtciles show oulj eight available miulsteis uiiemplojed. It is pioposud to establish a 'Sjnotl of Xow Kngliinil" composed of the seventy-two 1'res- hvtciian minister who inhabit that region. Thcie have been svnods In New England be fore , and one met In Caiuhildge , Mass. , in HHil , at the time that the Westminster iisscm- bl > ot divines was in session lu the Jeiitsa- lem chamber of London. The .southern Ilaptist convention , which rc- eentlj met In annual session at Moiitgomeiy , Ala. , comprised more than live bundled dele gates , icprc.scntlng lllteen states. Among other iinimitaiit votes passed was one to raise 810,000 lor evangelical woik among the colored people , and another voicing a strong e.xpiessfoii in favor of union between tlio iioitheru and soutern blanches of thu Uaptlsts , IMP1ICT1KS. "Nothing but Leaves , " was the subject of a Boston eolrgyman's seiiuon. A great many sermons me nothing but leaves. The" joungei members of a New Oilcans ehuieh became jealous of the minister , who hugged the gills , and withdiew Irom the sanctuary. " Visiting elcigj'inau ( In Indian nation ) : "Am all these Indians ehiistlansV" Irish waiter : "No , sin , not wan ot thlmsomu ; Is Comaiiehes an' MIIUU Is Episcopalians. " "Jimmy , " said the editor to the devil , "I want } ou to send a niaiked copy containing thu obltuarv of Hcv fraud Slubkins to his late resldeuce.'r "Yes , sir : but where In hell Is It ? " Tlio lady teacher of the Infant class In ono of our Sunday schools brought a fancy Japan ese bowl to take up the collection in. Upon his arrival homo one little fellow was asked what hudid with tils penny. " 1 put it In thu spit-box , " was the paraljvlng reply. A lad was leainlng his Sunday school les son , with the words : "Considei the lilies of the neld how they glow : they toll not , neither do they spin , and jet I say unto jou that" hero tlio hey paused , foigettlng the next word , and then pioeeeded with a pionounced voice "Sullivan In all his gloiy was not llko ono of these. " A llttlo girl who realized that hcrlttl ! tincc-montlis-old baby brother was bald and toothless , and belinviug In the efllcacy ot prayer , added this tequest to hei "Now I lav mo down , " etc. , the other night : "O , Lord , bless little Pcicy , and do give him some hair and some teeth. ' Parson H. was a pious man , and at the glares , which usually followed the meals , thu whole family icvcicntly knelt , except tlio paison's brothei , who kept twisting about until muling no end of thanks , ho broke in with : "Cut II , parson , rut It shoitj the cows aioln thogaiden playing h 1 with the cab- batcu ! " A Methodist minister , liming his prayer picUmlnaiy to preaching while full of/eai , used the follow lug oMiicsslon : " 0 , Lord ! wo pi.iy Theo to curtail the devil's ixiwer In this jilaeo ! " An old negro , who was always ready with a i espouse , leaped upon his feet and ex claimed : "Amen ! dat's right ! Lord ! cut do tall smack end smoove otf t" A well-known minister was sent south fiom Now Jciboy a few vein sago to labor among the eoloied people. They icielved him with many demoiistiatloiiti ot joy , and at the lust meeting which ho held ono eoloied picacher piujed for him with gieat ennest- ness , thus : "Oh , Lord ! biess dis ycr dear biudder what's come down fiom thonoifto mcndi do gopll tons. 'Noint him wtd the kerosino llu ot balvashnn , nnd set him on the. " llostou Hecord ; A lady who lives "out Dor chester way , " and whoso Income , though it exceeds gio.OOO a year , is jet cherished with exceeding vvatchfiiliiesiand jealous care , suf fered thu loss of her husband thu other day. When thu niidei taker came to a'Inch ' the craix ) to the door the rain was falling. Wiping tne tears from her oj'es , the beieavcd lady canto to the door and said : "I think jou had bptter wait. Mr , Undertaker , until It clears olf. I'm afraid tlio crape w HI spoil 1" Low Campbell Is a pious travclei who han dles baking-powder down south. Not long ago he wont Into a local-option town , and thu nrst dealer ho met came back at him. "Did jou know wo were only recognizing local-op tion men now V said the meichant. "No , 1 didn't , " answered Lew with a conclllatoiy smile. "Well , wo me , and before 1 look at jour samu'cs ' 1 vvant to know if you are an advocate of law and order. " "Of course I am , " said Lew , with emphasis ; " 1 don't care about the law , but jou can bet I'm In tor an order ev cry time. " He didn't got It James H. Warder of Nokesvlllo , Prince Williams county. Vu. , : > a > s : "My wife's old turkey was sitting beside the old. garden fence on thirteen eggs. About a week ago a largo black snake along and ate the turkey , curled himself ou the eggs , and staje4 there until they hatched out , and tUeu ate the whole brood at oucc. " W. G. SHRIVER 12andl3FfenzefBlockflpp.PO.Telepli , , A partial listof our improved and unimproved property IMPROVED PUOPEKTY. COt t-room cottngq on 18th street ; easy term * , fl.foo. 003 7-room cottnio , largo barn , on Ixitiff nnd llainiUp st , " 053 Corner , lot nnd nice ; house on Park nvc. , $3fioo. 051 Slots anil house on Sonlh 21th st. S full lot" , corner nnd 1 houses , 1'ieiTO and 2Jil ? 7Boo. G35 Good corner on Pinrco and 83d , store anil ! l bottuycs $ . " 1,000. 0H : ! ) feet nnd rottago on 8th ! and Cap itol nvo. $8,000. 033 2 lots tnul a houses on Seth nnd Cap- iiol avo. $8,000. Gill Full lot nnd cottugc on 12th near ear line , $11 , loo. 02:5 : 2 cast-front lots , corner , in Shinn's 2d nenr car line. $3,000. SDO Full lot nnd house 0 rooms on Georgia , uvc. , $2,5oo. 590 Corner and 14 - room house on Georgia avu. $5,5oo. o70 To ft with 8 houfiif , ono of 11 rooms , other 11 rooms on llurney und 20th st , $18.000. 077 Uooii house with lot 154xl)4 ! ) on Lcttvcnworth near St. Mary's avo. , 570 Full lot and cottr.go , 14th tuul Dor cas , $ l,83o. 45 New 4 room eottapc and full lot on Churlos st , chenp , ouxy tuniisrl,5.'io. ! : 551 lo-iootn house with modern im provciuoiifs , on 2oth tuul St. Alary'- : ive. , ! Mo,5oo. 55IJ Full lot , 1J stbry house , line loca tion , on 2oth and Lciivcnvvorth , $5 , < ino 002 2 lots , coi'ncr , und lur c 2 story brick , on South JDth , f j.ooo. C5G Full lot and It-room house with nil modoni improvements , on Dodge opposite Hfeh Scool , $12,000. COO Half lot and cottage , Davenport und 21th , $ S,3oo. 001 Full lot and cottage on Davciijiort nnd 2.-th ) , $4ooo. 008 Uo ft. lot und cottage near Saundcrs St. , $ l,85o. * OO'J ' Full lot and cottiige on red car line fl.Ooo. i 580 Full lot near Sannders and Cnnilng , and It houses , till for $0,000. 2 full lots with 2 line brlcK houses , on Paul and Seth , $11,090. UNIMPROVED PIIOVKUTT 831 Ka-rt front In lliuiscom Place on Vir ginia nvp. , fcl.ooo. 200 75" feet ct'.bt front in Hedtck's sub div. , $ ; ) , ooo. South front in Shinn's 3d add. , $075. 1)0 ! ) 5o feet on llarnoy and 2oth streets , $ l,5oo. , 108 2 nice lots on California st. , ono milo from postoflicc , only , each , $1,0-00. , 180 South front inLowo's , add. , $175. 183 2 corner lots in Ifiinscoin Pltiuu on Park avenue , $5ooo. 100 2 comer lots in Parker's add. , ono block oil" Suundcrs ; both , $3l5o. 110 Corner lot , 00x138 , with g.is and by- dr.iut , near slicet car line , $2tfoo. 07 Lot in Hillside No. 2 , $1)50. ) 1)5 ) Lot in IHllsido No. 1 , $750. 232 180x127 feet in Shinn's First , $3,35o. i 210 East front , Megan's add. , $ l.o5o. 1127 Corner Chicago and 21st , $ < ! , ooo. 1177 South front 25th nnd Davenport , j $3ooo. 1100 Good lot near St. Mary's avcnuo . $3,3oo. 100 3 east front lot.s in Hurr Oak , nil $2,5oo. 2 east front lots in Ilanseom Place on Park avenue , $4ooo. fiO Kust fiont on 18th street , $ l,55o. 84 2 nice lots near Poppleton avenue , each $ l,4oo. 10 South fiont on Cuss and 27th , $1,15 3 South front In Shinn's Second , near cur line , $ l,25o. 224 2 corner lots in Kilby Pliicc , both 100x100 feet on Sherman avenue , $2,7oo. 2 full corner lots on I.onvciiworth , soutli front , both $1,25' ' ) . Lots in Hnnscom Place , $ ! Joe to $2,000 each , lo lots North nnd udjoining liuild- ing Association ndd at a bargain. snitivr.i : ri\r . Bountiful residence lots 3 miles from Postoflleo , i milo from Belt railroad , } mile from Canning Co. , nnd } milo from Missouri Pacific De | > ot , $ : ! oo to $3:5 flo or $15 cash , balance $ lo i > er month , ut 7 per cent interest. First here , lirst served. ' 1'l.t\S\NTIIIlil. IDWTIOV. This is n new addition H miles from the city , near Walnut Hill and Bolt Line way urn ! 15 nilnntos dilvo from the Post oflk'o. Lots lay beautiful $ lee to $ Vo will buy a lot in this addition , $ lo to $ lo cash , balance to suit pnieliuser at 7 per cent. Sen ShrivelPlueo and Pleasant Hill nddition before buying clsownoro. Splendid investment , besides son cannot , get a homo on your own teinis nnywhcro in thu city. "OI.H Oltl'ttAlttl Pl.ACi : . " Deiiutlful aero lots and 5 UPIV lots uoar yanU at $185 to $ lfK ) per ncro ou * easy terms. VVKST SIDI : , Sltiiiitcd on Lea von woi th extension , licit railroad inns through it , cann'iig factory und Missouri Pacific depot located on It. Lots in this locution are selling for $300 to $400 per lot. mtsixr.ss pHopr.KTV. 100 Half lot and house on Howard near 15th street , $ lo.5oo. 103 Corner , IKKOO font , on tlth nnd Davenport streets , imirovul | , $ looo 103 Full lot on Dodge near 12th street , flo.ooo. 101 33 foot on Tenth streol , $8,000. 10. " Full corner lot on 12th and Leaven- worth streets , $15,000. 100 Full lot on Le.ivenworth near 13th st , improved , $10,500. , 10.1 Cornnr on 12th near .Juekson street $16,000. Ill 33\00 feet on 10th and Jones , im proved , $7ooo 110 Corner lot on Sunnders st. , $3,5oo. , 117Inside lot on Siumdersst. , east 1 runt , $3ooo. 118 Fine lots on 20th und Clark street , cheap. 110 50 feet lots on Cnming st. , very cheap. Arm : IMIOIM RTV. 0 acres , four miles from postofliec , s. vv. per acre. $125. 80 acres , s. w. , near Stock Yiuds , per acre , $125. 101 iicies four miles from post olllee , per acre , $175. 2) ) acres in Hcllalr , $ "oo. Aero lots in "Pleasant Hill" on easy terms , $ loo. 2 aero lots in Park place. MORSE & BRUNNER , ESTATE BROKERS Rooms 12 and 13 , Paxton Bilding , Cor. I5th and Farnam. LargesVlist of property of all characters , City and Suburban , Farms and Lands for sale throughout the state : Telephone 779. BUSINES&'PR'OPEUTy ; No. 123 A fine lotfrlV.lfla on Jackson-st. near 13th , voi-y > Heap aMj.11,000. " , No. 172 182 fcetisqitarc on railroad track. A fine locaion | ; n bargain at $15,000. No. " 504 A splendid full lot on Jones st , "lino waroliouso or jobbing uropcity , $10,000. No. 504 } A splendid full lot on llth at , corner of alloy , and u bargain nt $0,000. No. 110 A line improved brick block , business property , on Harnoy st , $80.COO. No. 153 A splendid business property on Saundcis st , 120 foot fi outage , nnd . $2,500 worth of Improvements , all for $0,500. No. 543 A full corner lot on Howard st , partly improved with 4-story brick block ; rented ( or $3.300 per year. which can bo increased with a small outlay to $4,800. Only for a few days : it $33 ,000. , No. 477 130x100 on Lcavcnworth-st. , close to Holt line , a good prospective business property , very cheap , $3,000. No. 470 2 splendid Jots , corner 20th and Lako-st. , good prospective business property. For the two , cheap at $3,500. Nu .Ml. Ouo of the finest cornets on Harnoyst. , such an aio hard to vet , J5 , XI No 103. Ono of the choicest corners on 13th Bt. , ncHiMilliml hotel , til.MK ) No 108. A HiUimtid coiner HxIK on llurney st. and u tritiriilaut ! UOIM No Oft , A line corner 120x120 on Sumvlors st , soi , tl > ot tlio brldeo , clioiip ut f 4..W1 Noi : Onoot tliobcot corners on Humidors Bt. , UMxlZO 8 and K front , u Imrpriiln at W.OOO No (111) ) . A splun lid corner. OB loot fiont on CumIn - In si. , with stoics , K ImrKiiln at f Hl.oOD l\o tai. An olo/unt corner lot with amidl build- on DodKo st , clicnii t , No bSl. A uhoit o tmslne-s lot ICIUIO , lioueoV loom B , nhiKotsurroundo t hy Ktoins , dors st. , lei a few days only at tba low iirico of $1-'OI A 1'lchToid ( Mich. ) blide braided and made enoii'li ) straw hats lecently to TMV the niliiib- ter for his services oil her wcddlni ; il.iy. An elojiliiK louiile In Kentiaky rodu thirty nilln.s on horscuaek to hmnairled , with the "old man" in close pursuit. They won the raeo. It Is now rejxirted that Miss .Muifreo ( Charles KKboit'nuldock ) will bo 111,11 1 led In Juno to Dr. llenrv ( i , llanchctt , a pi.ictlcing physician In A'ert York. ft Is reported that the hotroth.il of I'llnecss Louise , elde.st duu hter of the Piince of Wales , to Pi inco Oscar , .son of the King of Sweden , will lie otllclallrdeel.ired soon. AitJuirMaplPson , youijest | } son ot the oi > - eratlu colonel , N tolm injurlcd shortly to Miss Marie Kngle , tliu haildbOino Chicago prlni.i doiiiia. ) dung Maplc oi ) at jnesent ( K'eiiples , a responsible position In a New Yoik hank , Mr. Joseph H. McOullagb , editor of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat , Ip about to wed Miss Kv a Hi-own , a wealthy mhlden lady of llald- vv Insvllle , liul. Mlss Jiir\vn ) , who Is u cousin of Senator Yooihetia uodj.i nleeo of Judge Thin man , U deeply liitej sted In public cli.u- Itles. | And now thopossIjiB sir that Tra D.iven- port , the republican candidate lor governor ot New Vork , is to folloviiu. Cleveland's ex- niuplttand marry , the hilde-eleet heingMIss Fliivia Clinton ot a town' fcitar Klmha , N. Y. It is a pity the picsldent's other leforms are Mlnnlne Aveilutt , d scrlliod by the Consti tution us one of Atlanta's "picttlcst and most captivating IT-ycai ld girls , " has nm away and nuirlcd a circus acioh.it , ( Jeorire 1'atterson , whoso pilneljial a t was a douolu bonicr ault fiom ono swintjinK trapeio to another , Assistant Sect etaryjenks bad an Iinjiort- ant reason for resigning. His daughter U betrotlicd tojouiiK Dulrais of I'ennsylvanln , nephew ot the lumber king of that state w ho died recently leaving him an estate of 58,000- 000. The ongugcment was solemnly reeog- the estate , as ho had been for some jenvs of Its proprietor. _ Red Star Cough Cure supplants Imrnv fill features of other cough mixtures. No POlbOllS. . IMI'KOVKD RKSIDKNCI : PKOPEUTY No. 173 S-.room house and barn , lot ' -33X110nin ; llrth St. , $3,000. .No. ITl-i-Good house and lot on Harney St. , $5,000. No. 545. A splendid property renting for fv',800 per year ; a bargain at $15,000. No. 297 Elegant house , largo lot , 10 room honso , modern improvements , two blocks from court house , $10,500. No. 1U8 A splendid 2-story house , 0- rooms , lot 00x140 , 1 block from car line. A bargain at1,000. . No. 149 9-room house , barn nnd half lot , near High School , ? 5,000. No. 55.1 Lot33\133 on California st , near 21st , 8 room house , south fiont , very desirable and cheap ut $5,000. No. 460 House of II rooms , lot 33x132 , south front , on Webster , near 20th st , $5,200. No. 530 A corner lot , 152x00 , near High School , 2 houses on nnd room for 5 more ; when all improved , will p.vy 20 per cent on investment , § 11,500. No.404 A liifo south front full lot with house 8-rooms , shade and fiuit trees , clcso to a street car lino. Terms easy and remarkably cheap at $2,500. No. 105 11-room honso , modern improve ments , good barn , corner lot , block from street car $7,500. Nolflt. A choleo corner with 2 liousos , Bnnd 5 rooms , 3 blocks from car line , a bargain at No 11.1. A flnn cast front lot BOxin.in Lane's ad , , with nlco house , cheap tit fil.O 0 No 117. An ulr tint 0 room bouse , oatt front on , , No.VJJ. K ist front on ( Joorirla ave , full lot , now houses rooms , modern Iniprovomoiitu , Srt.UJJ No IK ) . A choice south Irnnt lot 5Dxiir : ) , liougo In nlco order , ) ) rooms , on Scwunl st.clicap , f.JbSO COD. A choice oust trent lot 33x140 , house G rooms , fl.700. No 177. r.lpffiint tmmnvod roslilenoo nronorty onSt.MnriHfte , THxlUI , 1I-OI ) ' NoBOB. A full Jot oust trout , .1 blocks south of Stvtarysavo.J.'housej icutinirrOr | J5 , u tiar- iralnnt fl.tWO No 002. 3 lots ono a corner , cast front , on South x'Othst. , ) room house ami other iinprovoments easy tormsnml u if rout IIAIKU n ut yd .000 No GO' ' . A nlco cottngoU rooms , lot yhlSJ , cast front , 'i ' milo west of 1' . O , cheap otr..OW 11P.S1DRNCE LOT.S. No , 15 choice lots on .Sherman avo. , from $2.500 to $ .1OJO No. 80 choice lots a block from Slier man avo. . from $1.500 to $18,003. No. 100 choice lots in South Omaha , beautiful , on projected street car line from $ -150 to $800. No. 301 10 lots in Thornburg Placo. from $350 to $550 each. No. 473 Choice lot on Harnoy-st. , $4,200. No. 139 Lot on V'irginiii nvo. , $1,250. No. 48t ! Lot blook 5 , llanscom Place , $1.500 No. 504 2 elevated beautiful lots on Vir ginia nvo. , a bargain for all , $2,200. No. 448 Lot , Shinn's add. , $050. No. 490 A splendid elevated lot fronting llanscom Park , price low at $1,800. No. 510.our of the choicest rusidenco corners in the city , each 132\-12t.Snch pieces are getting scarco. For price and terms innuiro at our ollice. No. 150 A splendid lot in Luko's addl tion and remarkably uhcaii : it $1,200 No. 120 A nice lot on Park nvo , and noith of the p.vrk , and very cheap at $1,400. No. 150 2 cast front lots north of Hans- corn P.irk und west of Park nvo. A bargain. Kach $1,030. No. 220 A ohoico south front lot in Uon- iso's addition , $1030. No. 501 2 choice lots in Marsh's Place $1,550. NoKl. A Jew ohoico lots loft In Hillside No 1 und 2 , und $ JU ! ; Home i blocks fiom street cur ou Cumin ; , ' st ; Cumin ? ft la Kolnit to bo paved this HiiinmurU blocks bcjond thcso lots , u bargain. i No4. ( ) Twooloffnnt lots , ono a corner , east I front , In Slitnn's 2d add , 2 blocks from our line 1 oisy terms for the two , $ V > 0 ° . i I No < U4'i. ' A splendid eeit front lot , U blocks from ' i I roJ car line , 81,000 No/178. / Slots , ouo a toincr , cast front , on Viiv ( rlnlu uvo , JX'.GIX ) No3ii. 2 lot's , onouooinor , east fionl. In Bogge A : Ilill'HnUl.on Dolfe-oBt , a small house ; tor the two f4iXX ) No 485. A splendid pi npotty on St. Mary'M nvo , lt ! ! ft suuri | ) , coi nor of street ami ulluy , eoutli fi out , SI4.0 Kl No MU. A choice lot ou Virginia ave , f 1,100 No MU. Tvv o olciriiiit lull lots on i'ark ave , east trent niiiin ImrKiilnut ? 4KH ( Nofisc * . A elioko lot on Virginia ave , $1ICO : NoSil. 1 cliolcu corner lei , cast front , on Vir- Klnla avo. not fur from Iouvenwoitu , tl,800. And "lots nnxt to tlio corner , * 1.TOO No jao. A cliolco loion I'aik ave , feroat bargain ' ' No 094. A Dnotot In Llko'8alill,7tX ) NO.IM. 3 of llio oliokc-.t lots noi th of Cumlng st , cast fiont , flno suiulo mul fruit trees eftuli NolV. . 2 choleo loU in Itcdlok's suti , one cor ner nnd veiy cbo ii | , for tlio two , at ft.0 ( No W4. 2 ciounnt lots on Virginia uvo , north of I.cavoiworth , ono n coiiiur. tor tuo two , ° No3'u A choice soutli fiont lot In Hcaick'ssub- ' " " . ' south trent lot. 4 blocks west' or I'arkavound north or tlio park.l ! ! > p No " 4II BiiliiiidlU lots a blinks wosl of Pnrk iivd , uii'l norttiol Iliinscoin 1'liuo , 0110 u cor ner. * Kfatlinrmiln at $ lauu No Lits in Ovf ir.l Pluto fiom ftfO to * < 0fl No4 l. : ibouutl ul soutli and oust Iront lotfl la Murnli'B tuld , near I.oavcnvfortli st , cheap , * 'i8d ' ° llot/lnYlawthoiii add fiom KO to | 000 ACRB PHOPEHTy No 402 10 norcs near Ttittlo'H snbdlvi. sion , $3,500. No. 315 Aero lot in Park Place with 0 room honso , $3,500 , No 417 A oho5ico aero lot In Tutllo subdivision for $2,500. tlio I' . O will ill- Noli-T ) . lr > nciej 4 nulos fiom , v Ido Into 5 uoro loU , u burKiiln at f 2 W pur uuro N ; , . 37 ucins stouo iiuurry and tlinbor'J miles fromOiunh , nuiir railroad Afireatbur KUlll. $1,000. No688. 2 of the Lholtost nci c In Wi-H jl ! ' ' l' . miiklnfc V lotB. for H ro\v duj s o nly at the Inwr I prlco ot ? 8 iOJ CINCINNATI STORE , KANSAS CITY STORE , . . . ! 2O , 11 mul UIU Wc6t 5IH direct. 11.45 .11 tin Sirs el. 1317 and 1319 Douglas St. GEORGE LOUIS COMPANY , Furniture arid Carpets. Special attention given to furnishing houses and hotels complete. . "