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   Kansas Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1882, Lawrence, Kansas                                Mii Kf OCTOBER 1882 i iff IJj BUOCEagOjE to who fajooHta be pjjfced on retired EstJ to be tho prevaling topic in army circleSjjarjdrWflauigton gossips say that the indications are that Pope will Grant is strongly in favor of arid it is influence to secure the place for Mmi f 15 of Chairman of the Committee on Waj9 and Means of the Garficld Jffelrmjrial has receivedadvices from at tie a subscription at the Con sulate in fafd of thoproposed and states that francs have Contributions Hospital accompanied his Don have gone to be absent several Borne the friends give credence to the report that he has not only been tendered the Secretaryship of the Treas ury upon the resignation of but that he c accept the same and bo re power by the IT after that Grant is going to Tracgt thetwo mcrf out about November after danger from yellow fever is and it is be lie speculative circles tliaithey will obtain such concessions from the of Mexico as will open the mining sections ofthatcountry to Amen 5 One of the flret acts of General Sberman u candidate for Governor of Myni Clarke of litigation llngtonrShe would enter actively Into the It stated that Judpe Jerc on behal the will present to the SeonUrj of the Interior an of the removal Governor connection wlih an argument to proVe tic Duh CommlMlon An order hu been promulffilea f orblddlni army officcre and the Department oDiaicrrtitnicliiformdtlon rela At wW ans Suffrage Association at Eliza beth CaOyStanton was elected TresldenV for the ensuing arid one VicePrealdent was elected for each State and Territorr At a mill dam was carried away by the floods and swept ddwn upon the house of drowntng 4ils wife ant five chtiafefir The boys of the Somerville Glass Works In striking for au Increase of re turned to work uiWera of the Chie of ftjlice jjjnt he1 OvouioJLitfte thepi go U TJJE JllinoLs lirceders of HerefonVcat tlo have subscribed and issued a challenge to Sport Ilpni yiSe andthe whole to be known as the Butchers and fa be awarded to best ani mal shiugirtered at the coniing tat stock show in in The object of the proposed contest is a test of the comparative merits of Herefords and beef jj 1 i IT is stated that Baker who has been intrusted with the taslrof itorganiz ing the Egyptian wiltproposeto the Khedive to employ all English offi cers serving in tho Likely as Baker Pasha is himself an He Irecame notorious a few years as lief actor in a little incident upon an Inglish railway which at the time cieated quite a sensa tion across the and caused his diemissarfipm Ore army arid premature departure fromEngland under a ALREADY preparations are being made in the Hall of the House Eeprcscnta tivcs for the reassembling ofCongress in The furniture in the House badly used last session and had to be revarnished and The dieski of the members will becoyered with dark blue cloth iuetead of green as as the blue cloth is more ngree AVhen tlie vncjitioh is over merflbcri eif Corigrcss will find their agreeable arid desirable than ever a distinctive feature being increased ventilation and light in of shipibuilding is said to be noticeable in the yards in and around New During thepresont season three itrstclask and nineteen scc6ndciasssteam ships and about sixty schoon ers have been turned while a great number of vessels have been repaired at yards and The ships and steamers have been built in York and then sent to more convenient on the Delaware and Maine put to gether and The site of the present Navy Yardis able faridaLnum ber of capitalists are said to be consider ing the advisability1 of securing it for this purpose andcommencing business with a capital of A neWwiyof collecting a debt has in pmjnent buBUies men of that city are imemberg of the same one owes the other a debt of which he declines to The creditor for the irt meet his and drew up a staternent the case according to the church law praeasffitio cited thfl ofleliding brother to appear a and shWcanse why he fujied The Porte addressed a note to the Brit ish ti know the steps contemplated by Ills Government in regard to the withdrawal ofBritish troops from tbfj are no longer ran HiredJu tlmt John who an office with the iNew York note who lately has lie is on Follcts paper fornearly of hai given bonds 1u the Sarisamon Court in the sum of as Administrator of the estate of his the kite Mary Todd Of this estate is in ioverument the being persona session ol the Baptist Associa tion at Hampton Cross Roads In two young men under Influence of liquor be gan a pistol combat in the a panic in the LevI Brysou wlis fatnilyshot byJerry butsucceeded in BpthdleU in injured during the j F C gave a giaiii barbacue totcly to a gathering of people in honor of the tenth pf the sale ol the first lot in the Where is now a city of ten years ago was but a cotton patch and with but a family or two as Thti Spanish steamer Rita nrrived at the wliarf of Kcirpbrt without Inspec tion by quarantine The Acting Sec retary of the Treasurytelegraphed that the civil authorities should order the vessel to andjlf slia refused a war dduld compel her A representing to aud ahexte sivegniin vic timized the Prairie City First National of of by draw ing money on duplicate bills ot having Qrst erased thcf bymeiu3 ol oxalic IIis whereabouts is A jirairie flre near Red destroyed much farm and threatened TownV formerly of Zaehariah of Taylor were surrounded by flre anrdendeavoru to ran a team through the The horses turned ttujid Vure thrown from Towns leg was broken and he smothereduuJ ivas burned toa The Louis San Francjsco Railway Company have effected by which they acquire the Lacledetfe Fort Scott Railroad and Fort AbOat forty miles of the road is arid tiitfrcrnninder of the Itnc has been work will be pushed and the line completed as rapidly as The report set tBc Turkp Grcck frontier question bytie surrender to Grcccaof thcunoltrfroiitierfired by the Inter national officially The shock vf an earthquake was plainly felt in portions of and Missouri quake on I lie Isthmus of One woman was frightened New JTprk Biidson lowsbtp from Cnurch of Green bushj bccanse the Jitter refused to remove its a married for writing love letters to a young lady of his Twelve thonsand dollars worth of diamonds and valuable jewelry stolen aVihe Cin cinnati Exposition shortly after the doors opened one The onndi culti ibraclngj about acres hi northern withdrawn from settlement by Secretary The tract Shouldlhecrcditor be succeae it ciTilwnrtBatM tie occupation of will be probiblT the of the churches attention attracted to In many victims Riots are owingto the imonetra ions of in ifcper Egypt to enforce de to the torn down insnl the train which Bred the The Chaaneey Wetton was kfOed and his wife Jnredby ttraA the Itwffl New Orleans fought with bntche knlreai to rivalrylor Jfce affectlonf of i young Johnson was killed and Power mortally AjMercer ipct 14 flve expert bnr ars and In jail for robbing thi ezDreu office at have aeirad and booed Itagged and put him In a forced thi other prisoners into a cell with revolvers the tunkev as he entered and Jocke hlmlria iiokihe keys ppsaed bound and gagged the sheriffs am A number of stock men of the West me City toconsider theyad vfsablirty of hoiaing a fat cattle show intha in fall ot andannually there A preliminary orgintzition fad Tield It Is said the New York horseshoers will toon strike against the of rcadjvmad I offciito p 8d Johns harbor oir Kcnnebed river for Cbarlus former Superintendent o the Anierican Express Cmnpany the Slip Henry Hallj late teller of the Rhode Is Company at BroyUcnce HasBentenced to flfrc yearsiorprlsonment for the funds of oUJtaH thelaw of Congress providing for menu to fill vacancies occasioned by failure to hold an election In appotntcd anum ber of officials throughout In defiance of law and Edmunds which disqualifies kppointees of trie1 have been refused the records and places to which they were This organizei nuUiflcatiou is in to the order of thelfbrmon j James living near recently awoke his Upon search he found her in the near the house with a deep gosh made wltu a razor severed the She had been in poor health a number of and was at times slightly The floods in Tyrol reduced hundreds o wealthy land owners The labor ing class is In terrible The approach ofjUiter gfeatilyliggriiyaleB tjii V London says it has been decided to Jetaih fpt the menin to carry orr arid consofidafc the Vorlj tron which the suppression of Arab Paaha does lit tle more The value of imports of merchandise into the United States during the months for the preceding twelve The Value of exports for twelve months that ended August wjas preceding twelve ExAstemblyman Amasa was recently driving a spirited team a the horses ran thrcw him inflicting severe if not mortal inju The horses continues to run and the carriage struck a tree throwing out three lady instantly Lewifl the wife of a prominent citizen of and injuring Parker and AntiJewishriots have taken place in some parts of At Pressburg the mob broke the windows of many houses occu pied shops and warehouses ol Jews were forced open and The rioters offered the military obstinate some of themseizing the soldiers bayonets with their hundred Jews fled to The gross receipts of the Postvoflice Depart ment for tho fiscal year cudlnir June were against the previous ieccipts the sale of postal cards and against the previous Sam Whitely and Bill ttvt noto rious horse thieves in Bosquc resisted when the oflicers killed White ly and mortally wounded is agitating the ques and making great efforts to con certed acttem to open the ports closing that at Santa opposite Browns The scheme it is sold isa complete comprising a line of steamers on the if thetrade ol Brownsville the night of the 30th the west botinij passbnger train ou the Topeka and Santa Fc Railroad was stopped one bf by armed men who helped themselves to the express but took nothing from the Thirty thousand dollars belonging to the Pueblo Steel Compa ny and belongingto the Water Worki were slolem was lately arrested at A detective had followed him through and Mon HinarlirJvcr his person when He made a full confession and said the plan with Pratt the He had been a traveling salesman for a Phila lelphla honserHiS parents reside at DCS i He is i tiickeet jourig Abont 25 years old and la rather bright and in subtrrbof Rudolph aged eight killed a domestic in a ncichbors family with in Enfield rifle loaded with The killing arose out of a because the girl drew from his fathara Jlrii the murderer of the Massle near was taken ut of jallliy a mobof artntd men and hinged md thathk did not An t lo any of i Judge Folger has written a long letter In rhlch he accepts Eepublican nomination tor Governor of New i Fortyfive new cases of yellow fever at Fen the fever hai i i i v a v v t Arab Pasha aad the satisfaction of witness Df a late reviewot EnRlUh troops thro igb his rlsdh bars at T i wife ami whue In a ntv of rhenbd derangement General Conference of the held its annual seaeion at Bisnop Granberrj and node the following appointment Atchlson Leaven Eakln Faubion Sta ten Rebrafka Caples Faubipn Rock pob and FairmountJ Winstcad Water Council Comer and Gross Strong Bennett Walnut Youngtr Catlin Browa Harris Gibson Broadweli Har to be Fort Scott and Bhaw Starnrifcr to supplied Sparknian Fort Bilker Charles Boles John ByatZ i the Wichita Baptist In a recent said wUl be a bad whoathe StatejrescrlbcBa mans tirwheif Oie CinurcKdictatcs the law which we must when preachers enter the role ot politicians and the pulpit becomes the forum of a Statefed TiCjOttawa jsugar to preparingto cousuirio fivrhuudred bushels of corn niewicropoomes The Ixiavenworth canning factory scaled cans of tomatoei one day last of has some of the finest millet often many of the stalks measuring six and onehalf feet in height A farmer near Junction City closed out his crop of peaches recently at 23 cents per People flocked to his orchard and pickcd for He sold about Johu of fell from a wagon loadof and his shoul It is probable he will be a cripple for Kansas has head of fat cat tlu for market this The wredsralong the sidewalks of Parsons are a great annoyance to The stolen Leaveuworth bonds have not teen heard It Is nearly impossible for the to sell them and escape j The McPherson county broomcorn crop is estimated at 500 It is now worth on the market a prospective net revenue to the county of I Tie iixteenyearqld of George wis Jatcly shot and killed Oy a who was handling a revolver In a careless The ball entered the brain at the base of passing Upward and outat the rear of Ihc James was recently arrested by tha Sheriff of Douglas County and forwarded to Bates where he was wanted for horse A gang of bold confidence operators arc again amusing innocent travelers as they arrive at Atchisonfrorathe Peter of ou his way to visit among relatives in the was fleeced out of while betting oil threecard Mary frojn bound for confided in a man and allowed him to look at her ticket aud which she now and many other Innocents from abroad have been introduced to various se ductive tor their pecuniary disadvan tage and personal Matthew upon the charge of murder Ing a man named near on Octo ber was recently found guilty of man slaughter in the first aud sentenced tc the Penitentiary for six The cause ot waa a quatrel about a division As Tom an engineer on the Central Braiich was running an engine at full spcced near he discovered only a short distance aTSeaU a little child toddling along the To whistle down brakes reverse his engine waa the work of a mo but he saw at a glance that death was inevitable to the little one unless he could reach it from the Not pausing a moment to reflect on to he sprang from his rah along the running boards of his and by an almost super human effort grasped the child by its clothes and lifted it out of The Jury in the case ot tho State of Kansas against of re turned a verdict of guilty against the defen Carpenter was charged with obtaining worth of flour by false pretenses fron Lewis ol The punishment is the same as for grand larceny George Secretary of the Tombstone Mining was recently triarriea In Trinity to Miss Annie the latter The bridal pair soon after left A largemeeting was recently hold at composed of leading and business a gentleman from Cloud county who asked aid from the city and countv to build a line of railway from a place on the eight miles north of the Kansas State Such a readmit is give direct communication with Chi and be of greatbcnefit toCentral Kan A cbliM dropped stow of aSorUi a few days A neighbor says Jack son and her had for mouths lived very He had threatened to cut ler heart and made He told her that Tie was going to her and marry another did leave and she wentInto purchases and fell deaav The following chartcn were filed tha post week in tbfi office of the Secretary of State Greenwood Thereare two signifioarat icssons tauffhuby the result in The of the growing power ot corruption in popular There can be no doubt that the revolt agaiust Republican rule in Maine was deep and This was not alone by the victory of the opposition two years nor by the Republican ex pressions of fear for the result at the election which has just taken It was shown emphatically by the Inde pendent so which was inaugurated two weeks before elec when it was too late to make such a movement This movement embraced in its promoters some of the bestknown Republicans in the men hail been foremost inthe party councils and fully ol the party The condemnation which these men visited through theii organ upon the Republican candidates tipon the measures for which tho part in the State had made itself responsi above all on James lilainc the corrupt political was scath ing in its It was as compre hunsive and as sharp as any indiclmen which the Democracy ever broughi against Republicansrn in and i had all the force of testimony from inside from witnesses who would glad ly have kept silence if they could have done Such an opposition as this could not but represent a widesprcai and deepseated which should have resulted in thu defeat which tho Republican leaders every where outside of Maine feared am which those in Maine expected untt within a few days of Yet within those few by the shrewd and lavish use of defea was turned into week preceding election thousands o dollars were sent to the presuma bly from the Hubbell corruption The discontented were appeased and the corrupt and Republican ism records the result as a So it is a But it is a frium h of It is not a pleasing re flection that the verdict of the pcopk can be influenced by money but the evidence that it wa so influenced ii Maine is too clear to be Han asthe lesson it must be Tho other lesson of the Maine elec tion is Blaino still It has been customary of late to speak of him as politically regard him as overtaken by the retribution whicl he so richly It iwas a mis The Republican who have been making up slates withou any Blaine on will have to revisa their The who has been in strumental in snatching Maine from tho very jaws of matterby whal corrupt saving it to tho cannot bo ignored in Re publican o still and if he continues to live he will be heard from in the Repub lican Convention of Jrce How Dorsey Saved Shortly nftor tho last PrtxUlontia erection a dinuer party was given in New YrJrk as a sort of jollification over the success of the AmonD thu distinguished persons for whon plates were laid and who utended were VicePresident elect Arthur and ex Senator Thcro was drinking of bumpers and much feast of wit and a flow of There were toasts and speechmaking and the victory of the grand old party was lie was the lion of the oc Tho VicePresident elect Se was Dounty EudoraTnm and the Anderson County Hininfr Com Hike of Garnett entered the residence at gold watch and Jier gold ramed eyeglasses and a pair of car ler little girli cross and chalu to which were attached several In money and Mr A good walnut tree is worth who for several weeks had been In the Knwlan ironclad Admiral Po wpoftkUtoditwb ofloera aodttiirty returned from the H At the doajuc session ot the National and entered the partition of the and Tho figure that stood out most prominently in that was Stephen scarcely shared any part of the honmgi of assembled with It AVJU bestowed almost altogether upon He was the daring spirit who snatched victory from the jaws of de He was the heroic character whose desperate deeds had saved In diana to Garfield and His political were approved and He had based all his operations in Indiana on an Arthurian nnd Dorseyan euphemism for filthy The mention of the word set the table in a roar with laughter nnd Soap had been tho salvation of the Republcan party which iu its common accepta tion among unlettered Republicans is thought ought only to be an article ol necessity among tho unwashed From that moment soap became a thing of beauty and a joy forever minds of the as sembled Dorsey had saved Oh it was an excellent joke and a very practical one into the But tho crowning glory of Dorsey in the estimation of his ous consisted in the fact that he his own His in the Indiana Gor ham and New and hart drawn upon My Dear HubbeHs saponitiei for their butDorsey scorned such a proceeding and generously nnd nobly tapped his own It is sad to think that this convivial devotion to Porter within a few short months dis solved like a bubble blown from that other kind of soapsacred only to tha Melancholy and mournful beyond expressjon is the story of the heartless Arthur to the fate of his former bpon companion in the toils of justice right under the droppings 6 the No assistance to the imperiled hero of the Indiana not even the soft soap of tendered by the man who Iha through the saponaceous operations so loudly applauded at the Kew York din Doreeyumust find his own soap and his require prqbibly as much as he used in Indiana in from att had to be anil after all Judge Wylie blewthe defense into bubbles of Ihe time may come when Dorsoy will conclude that a public wash ing or Republican dirty linen ena ble him to put sr me of his surplus stock of soap toa better use than1 any tor which it has yet been Thin JihaU there be weeping andwailing and teeth in the councils of tho amd the Bepublican shall cnrse the daythcy ignored Dorsey and his Starroute PnftfJ Complaint was brought to Colonel jMtetopthat hi boy Johnny had at teelud on Aastfn mnoh wip American esert of and thai and centlemen pledged them Judge Lawaon ordered the release nbHn on the pay lent of Judge LawaonwhOe defend I Ibere was a ahooMnit scrape the othernior and a much abused wife IksntJt to the wheat said be felt justice had now been wool JHll flea land of itimn cararespimctenV jrA New York undertaker week Notaries Law he oners one IV teach intoPemiTfrania fcotwu that a tnegi aad does not rnen EepiiWicim HubbeHs docmnehtswhich were to principles Liopublican partv do not seem to jreat They do not excite a tenth part ofthe curiosity excited by Hubbeirs niethod of getting tha money he pretends to circulating there to be t real thirst for information about the principles of the Republican suchaa3 formerly spurred on the qiiesl for the Fountain ol Youth or the Phi losophers and iu our day follows die wake of the seaserpeilt Their ex istence is so generally disbelieved thal if Hubbell has any authentic proof that he has evenseena man nho has seen a man who has seen them ought to be glad to pro cure copies of the evidence at the mod erate rate of fiftyfive cents a hun So far as anybody deprived of Hub bells pamphlets can the outfit the Republican party consists in the party machine and the party Ii Blaines latest deliverance is ac cepted as al is clear that when he is uttering himself the oracle is on Repub lican party appeals for support to the things it did a lorig while ago nnd the now who used to belong to Wo have hoard of potato fami lies of which the best part was under Blaine presents us with a potato We ask for a programme and we receive a Of what the Republican party is doing and of what it means to do we hear nothing from Re publican orators or Republican Meanwhile there is no mystery about either of these The Republican party is engaged in stealing and squan dering the public and it means to steal and Tlicse things do not look as well in a platform as by the thieves and squanderers for rigid economy in the expenditure of public When Robesonwas reuominated tho conven tion which rcnoiuinatcd him made this demand and trusts to the ciliciuucy ol the party machine and the attractive force of the party besides what there may be of direct to se curehis We have by no means got so low that direct bribery can do anything considerable towards anecting the popular verdict when nn issue is made upon which public senti ment is reafly And assuredly the issue which is presented by the acts of the Republican party is an issue which ought to With its leader in the House of Ropresenta lives a notorious and branded plunder with a record in that body which has never been approached in our history for impudent with the pres ent Secretary of iU National Committee and its former First Assistant Postmast on trial upon a charge ol conspiring to swindle the of which everybody believes thorn to bo will believe be guilty whether or not they escape punishment the practical outcome of the princi ples of the Republican party is riot doubtful to any voter who knows enough to read the uso of talking about the need of an issue whim validity of the eighth command ment is practically denied by the domi nant party in the United Reform Despite Malign Of course the Michigan in their unusually and unnecessarily long irraign the Democratic party with the savage which is supposed to be the earmark of a first class During its six years of supremacy iu says the Michigan it showed it self a single great meifiure of legislative or admmstrativc reform neither eivil Indian policy or any other groat interest received improve ment at its This implies that after fifteen years of un obstructed Republican all these de partments and bureaus of Government had fallen into such a deplorably cor rupt state as to need Tho Michigan Rcpublicaus denounce the Democrats for uot correcting But what are we to think of the party that brought about these abuses and then left them for its opponents to cor It is true that while the Democrats had control of was not six but not effect as much in the reformation of abuses as could be wished but is while the Democrats had control of the Republicans had control of the whole executive and administrative The the the revenue the Indian the customhouses and the Federal otiices were still iu the hands of and what the Democrats did had to be done against the stubborn opposition of these powerful they thing that deserves to be They overthrew the fraudulent demon etization of onehalf the ancient metal money or the country and restored the silver dollar to its old and legitimate position they stopped i the extrarar gance that hail become chronic under and cut dapri the appropriations a they assistcd HayeS in introducing that feeble measure of Civilservice bas been almost lost present All this was QOectcQ under formidable The Silver had to be passed over a Presidential and the reduction in the had to be enforced in the teeth of persistent re sistance from all the leading Republic ans in Congress Vhat the Democrats accomplished is not a great but it is What the Republicans accomplished in the same with all organs of Government in their was nothing at Louis specimen of the bovine race the streets of recently The atrirflal is a Devonshire TijiU three months with si rail and hide simi tar to those of ait The calf U the usual and apparently well is entirely iestitute of lies heary Ifolds like an elephants and is about the same The tail is short and SCIENCE AND ground fine can be mold ed into different shapes by mixing with and when dried clearly iseuibles natural factory for the manufacture o sealskin is to be established al by men from It is stated that will be and that one hundred men will bsemployed in the jutelike whioh has long pnjizled the Southern farmer by its rank growth and seeming turns put now to possess fiber of greal JItis claimed that the yarns bi tho are even finer and stronger than those of seems tobe no among experts that artesian wells will prove successful at various mining camps in New Be a very import ant agent in the development the mineral resources of the Golden is trying the and its example will be followed by other cases of fire from the spontaneous ignition of coal have been After considerable experi menting Williains has con cluded that spontaneous combustion takes place in some degree in all cases where coal is exposed to the atmos althoughthe inay proceed so slowly that the rise of poraturq will amount to only few de model of a Sun engine wai recently exhibited by Gamble to the Philosophical Society of Cape apparatus consists essentially of a silverplated parabalic ad just ft bio by simple mechanism and which concentrates the suns rays on a raising steam in a very short The engine is a new the value of can not fet be new submarine torpedo boat has been constructed on tho shores of Stock holm harbor for the defense of that t is to steam twelve knots under without any part being visible above the On arriving within reasonable distance of tho it can either ram or discharge Having accom plished its the crow can make their craft rise to the at son return into keeping below the paper read before the British As sociation on the North Sea fisheries says that men are employed in the The resources of the North Sea ore believed to be Oyster beds have been discovered ex tending east and west for two hundred and from thirty to seventy miles and deepsea oysters are thought to be of courser but Englishmen generally are delighted to hear that North Sea oysters are Electricity is said to have been suc cessfully applied to street cars in Pitts The motor consists of a dynamo machine of one and a half horse which is suspended under the nttaohettlby a series of gear The electricity is produced by a located at a point on tho line and sup plied by a wire over the extending out from posts on the side of the The machine is capable of giving the car a speed of two miles an and is caw of management and perfectly Chicago ASI young man who wants to look tony this winter will have to get some thing different from an A red and white buttoned under the would attract free young fellow asked at o all if his girl was said Do you see that girl dressed in ink that splendid wotnan with such magnificenteyes P Yon dBril How luckyyou are Just Of course I my girl is the one next to vou may come again nexl Sunday What is dirling Have I given you lain he as she still remained You didnt mean Im she but next time dont wear one of those collars with the joints turned outward they scratch said tne gilded youtlj of his Jack has a passion for proposi ng to Ive known of hUr proposing to six girls in a not one f wnom hed marry for a he run a terrible risk of being accepted by somebody he doesnt want Not a He isnt worth a Boston am sorry that yon did not bring roar poem saidjm Arkansas iditor to a troublesome am late for this issue not Then why are sorry if von had ronght your poem 1 would lave had an earlier opportunity of re acting Johnny aged six who is one of an Austin family oi en was taken out in a boggy for a with his a few days As they drove past a small cottage of two Johnny moth ers attention to who remarked that t was a very small re died its nit it would be plenty big enough for pa talking at the wedding about the outrageous conduct of jtfae who with his ladjnst driven He had positively ighted a cigar at soon as the carriage eft The first bridesmaid was very When I am she if my husband that I shall knock the cigar but of his month ahd turning loathe handsome test man at whom she her she naively auked should you do be there Miss the quiet batpointed rejoinder Wtotec d Thereis toBb a markodtehingelnthe winter stvles for skirtii like all The principal variation in way the skirts are to be JTne most fashionable dlfetemskersestabrtshments have already brought sbme of the They wavy folds from the belt over every and are thus very easily in the usual wayi The1 Beodhd skirt is twice and AhjMas wids and very It is gathered or plaited to the and fastened on the lower where or puffing of velvet or silkViri ft colorcon trasting with the other part of the The ferthewadreped in lengthwise plaita to Ihi ukirt and taken baoK on etVher graceful folds AH this tnllneu termi nates near the the goods is arranged plaitekii There are manyother ways of pkolng these Among one can have tho front of the skirt from the trimmed with flat plaits which start from either to meat in and are fastened way down the From this point the goods is taken up to the where Wls ripened and Batiste and cambric dresses have velvet Pink batiste suits have skirts bordered with deep garnetcolored velvet One of these has a sMct consisting of two loose puffings divided by a band garnpt colorea ribbon of the waist Isti similar Uaairi the center oftfie potbrahd lUtenM un der an old silver1 of Oven the shirred plastroridn ttoiUI oJtHo waist an pieces of on in V shaie Blapk checked goods with gathered flounces nave on each of these threerowsbfrHJboft velvet11 ubout one inch and and white checked goods is muoK both for full dressand The checks are in all Hamdsomo plaid taffetas are i fabric is any other to tha present as It gives a ccrtafnrodndnessto artdpanrerB1 toilets are now A dress ble for demiisaisoir wearls checked grayish I It Kai i draped trimmed with with Kpgljsh Theskirtis of h trimmod wlththreeIrjhiobre The waist is of gray with a and ornaments This saimo model may be made with a skirt ol pr i il Long Uorday serve for until They have yery open down the frphii and backj and fitting tightly to trimmings owrtsist of brandebourgs same garmont willalso senvo for winter caseIt Wjll be pf bands bf forand a For wear the rodingotes will also be of nave ft partioUlarTyrcfe sirable Inasmuch bocomn raiigement of skirt and tournurVtsnecY essary underfKis Tdrrthurea are rather wider thw they and cnnsoriucntly frnticqata have full trimmings of laco anij Sltirttonrnhres worn anil 8ktrtrnsfcinP thtolatkor sit oreri tha Uy making any mf nt tho effect would be very r Bows are to he amongtio favorite winter There groat j variety of rosettes now are generally of woolen gbodS whbn tfitf dresses are of woolenand silkettgootli may aUot be and trimming ortthe A of pf siangreen ftidia CabbBntfre luded to worn liii Cloth also servos for this A suitable stylofor anautumn jult qoi sistsof a rcdingote BrummeTI with cachemiro or gilk partof 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