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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - October 1, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioIt it tin mix sati weekly Star wednesday october i is7�. The wife s lesson to Myra about extravagance and a Ario is i 11 til or Imei iss. Fail lillith weaknesses till the e poor by Clara a run Dei outlier. A or a. Little woman wished she was As homely Buffalo express rep general and ill Clad As the Tormentor herself. Very sensible View of the situation and As Myra was pouting. The unmistakable expression of ill temper disfigured her pretty face and Ernest sighed As he Mcmein tiered How of-1 a you never see Trie with such a dress the Houe As that a the spinster would say with a complacent glance at her dyed skirt. A i buy my clothes to Wear a Mara ten it had been there during their Brief Roto Ted. tween Kelly and Robinson Hooray for Cornell. Pittsburg Telegraph ind the democratic National committee was of Ion with reference to a flairs new York Man ships and Schurz for the radicalism. Iat or. Hayes employ outside Talent Rise to rhymed utterances and give the a a a Sweet Pitiger of Michigan a Chance. New York Tribune rep Alexander Stephens is one of the chief supporters of the present Hancock Boom. He loses no Opportunity to impress upon the inquiring newspaper reporter his belief that fashion flashes and other items which especially Terest the ladies. A if i had As much Money As married experience Vout aunt Cordelia id be ashamed to go 11 it x a we six u it a a end ugh alone. Hancock s the Man to Lead the demo upon the breakfast table were stand Alwn it the hopi a such dresses Fng the dishes of a substantial meal and the it Pius a Woid Shate her the disorder that follows their use. J groan audibly saying a floor dear breakfast was Over but Ernest still Ernest kept his seat moving absently with a Tea a a y Ltd a never see me was Ever her while Mara looked at him with 1 it it it a eng address. And Myra grew to hate the words the Long months of her enforced companionship. For Ernest did not return. Spring summer autumn passed away and december was opening yet still he did not come. Every month a forma letter reached Troy times Liep Butler stands even crafts to Victory. As for Tilden a popu a poorer Chance of Success this year than Larity Georgia he knows it does no the did last our judgment for it seems amount to anything. 1 he recent report Kin e Cross look of a thwarted child. J a then you won t give me the dress a she said. A i can to Mara. I really could not do a a it without running into debt a a that s just excuse. Papa always gave me the Money for my clothes even if he was Cross about some other things a a your father was a Rich Man Myra when we were a i wish he was Rich now. Id ask him for tilt Money. I never thought you a o a would be stingy this last thrust was too much for the Long enduring temper. Ernest Mather a voice was Verv Stern is he answered a i am not stingy Mara. You knew c t a that 1 was a poor Man when you married me and that p could not give you the luxuries of your old Home but i have granted you every indulgence my Power without getting into debt. That 1 will not do for your Sake As Well As he vat her then lingering the Hall As he put Ltd to his overcoat hoping sin is a let. Would come for a kiss and a word of it Quot us Vns a it tinier hardly possible that the artifices by which he has sought to obtain prestige can deceive anybody of Ordinary Intelli gence. J re. I v that the members of the Georgia Legisla trevere favor of Libien lie says was All Bosh the fiction of a newspaper which is trying to work up a Tilden sentiment. He does no to believe there Are More than Chicago Tribune rep congressman j ten men Georgia who Are for Tilden. Cox Laid a heavy Load tammany Hall the Outlook new York strikes him As m via enclosing a Cheek for her expenses of such Liberal value As proved Ernest was making Money but each one informed her that her husband was just leaving the place from which he wrote and made no mention of his next destination. Heart sick penitent and of so lonely the Little wife spent Only what was necessary for tin House and fairly loathed the a it sight of the Money that was accumulating her hands. Letter after letter she wrote and destroyed not knowing where to direct them. Last night when he declared that to that organization the country was indebted a. For the extra session of Congress. Or. It of is too candid to make a Good tammany Man. A Chicago inter Ocean rep Thurman Ohio says Exchange a everywhere meets with a Cool but it is nothing to the biting Frost he will experience Early october. It will make a Goose flesh Quot standout his Muscles like warts a Toad. Chicago Telegraph Deni Alex Ander Mitchell the monopolist of Wisconsin has gone Back to the radicals. He never should have left them. The democrats of that state ought to he beaten out of their boots for putting such very gloomy. He does not think Robinson can lie elected fact can scarcely made himself that he has a Chance of Robinson will arrive at the same it Success. Conclusion before reached its Center. The Campaign has she was growing so Pale and worn so quiet and it subdued that aunt Cordelias a Man at the head of their ticket most hateful spelt Ches went often mini the draw 112-room out cold december inorniii2. When or it conciliation. But she sat to Oping her Little foot upon Agnew. Ernest s pm Plover came . The floor until the Hall door closed and then ran to her room crying. She was a so med child the Only daughter of a Man who had been Verv a a Altha but who had hazarded his a / Money unfortunate speculation and lost it. A position abroad was offered him which he accepted. His House and furniture which he had Given his daughter for a wedding gift were settled upon herself and not affected by his change of Fortune. He knew Ernest Mather to lie honorable Man who had a Good business Ca v. It parity and a High place the esteem and Confidence of his employers and he Felt no anxiety about Myra a future. So the Little wife As she made her pretty Blue eyes All red with tears of temper had no sensible Mother to Tell her How wrongly she was acting no sister to sympathize with her 110 one to scold or humor her. Under these circumstances the balt Imore Gazette i item or. Hen tricks is now enjoying a glorious respite. The fiery Watterson is hurling at John Kelly All the sulphurous epithets and �?~1 am sorry to disturbed you mrs. J three cornered adjectives which he had prepared for the Indiana statesman and the friends of Thomas Are delighted with the diversion. Mather Quot he said a but i wished to quire if you have heard from Ernest this week a a not since the first a she replied. A the wrote us the fifth that he would remain Cumberland until tin first of the year and was to Send some a Pajk is the seventh. These have not come and we Are embarrassed for want of i them. I the democratic were soon dried and mrs. Mather out for a walk. A a it a no harm to look at the a she tears went d Rosa said. I again even if i can t but h As she tied a coquettish Little Bonnet and otherwise beautified herself for her expedition. Telegraphed yesterday but have no reply. However if you have not heard he is ill he is probably be �?o111�?� she faltered. A Well i judged from his last that he had not fully recovered from the fever he had had although he resumed business. If you hear to Day will you be kind enough to Send us word a a certainly a Myra managed to gasp Ina choked voice and or. Agnew left. �?o111 a fever sick at a hotel and she not near Ernest her Ernest a All the love the Little woman s heart Rose protest. She astonished aunt Cordelia by dashing into that lady a room crying a take care of the House a going to Cumberland 1�?� and out. It a 1. .n,1 v a a lit party was indicted during the recent session of Congress and the a Mefi mjg a sikhs the have reason to sing a different song than j \ Idi. It Rivrud i a it a i i i us it i 1 1 a i verdict is just now being rendered by states. Senator Thurman will soon the dance of drat it Cornhill Magazine it is open question whether painting or poetry can claim priority treating it and May he traced to a very Early Date both the sister arts. The troubadour Thibaut de Montmorency. Seigneur of Marla who took the Cross 1 l i it and afterwards became a Monk wrote some powerful stanzas containing Many of tiie ideas of the popular allegory and a similar poem was written by a Forman named Regenbogen the following Century. These compositions however have not All the characteristic features of the a Danse macabre a and it is Spain that we find the earliest Complete literary treatment of the subject. The a Dansa general de la puerto a composed by Rabi Don Santa the fourteenth Century is 7 a dialogue which death according to the prescribed formula invites a partner due order from each of the grades social Hierarchy and receives answers y varying according to the characters so a Etc cd addressed. Exactly similar construction is Anonymous italian poem a Tel Bailo Della Morte a ascribed to the front instead fifteenth Century found the Riccar Diana Library of Florence and recently published for the first time by Signor egress As one of the happiest periods of Pietro Vigo his exhaustive Little non my that at the closing of the session a i shall look Back upon this called session of again As he Day was Bright a soft warm morning Early Spring and the shops were filled with tempting finery. Myra a Dainty Porte Minnaie there was Money enough to Purchase a number of Nice Little parcels even though the Price of the expensive dress she wanted was denied her. 80 the morning slipped away and luncheon time found her chatting with Julia Man Well and quite willing to accompany that Friend upon a second tour the afternoon. It was five of clock when the Little Matron a tired to death Quot As she said reached her pretty Home. Her first Shock was catching a glimpse of Ernest a Maiden aunt miss Cordelia Lowry her Especial aversion and dread seated upon the drawing room sofa. A old horror a she muttered. �?o1 wish a be was at Home. I want to make it up with Ernest. I done to like the dress half As touch As i did the second Shock met her upon opening the door of her bed room. Open boxes closets drawers air of general confusion everywhere and the Small trunk Ernest always took upon his Rigort business trips missing altogether. Clearly her husband had packed up and gone leaving aunt Cordelia As usual to keep Myra company. But where was he upon the dressing table was a note directed to herself and mrs. Mather Tore h open. No Loving address to herself merely this a i have waited for your return As Long As possible and i write this to explain my absence. I told you six months ago of or. Agnew boiler to me it 1 would accept the position of traveler to the House double my present salary and a Liberal commission. 1 declined it then. Because Vou said the Money would never a. Compensate you for the constant separation. To Day the offer is renewed. After our conversation 111 is morning i think your old objection will hardly have and weight so i have accepted and leave hour. 1 will write you every month remittances. Abruptly. The trunk was packed. Myra never knew what went into it. Slu hugged her Hoard of Money. Carefully she put it the bosom of her dress. She cried and laughed and acted generally like a Lunatic. The afternoon found her seated express train Rushing to Ernest As fast As steam could carry her. a wide pleasant room Ernest Mather Lay upon Liis bed dangerously ill. He had been for months trying to quiet his sick restless heart by overworking his body keeping such business hours such and labor his work that the firm at Home never ceased congratulating themselves upon their Choice of a traveler. Mara it having Nashville Banner dem the Cincinnati commercial says Ewing is still the track. It must be bad old for news when it published a fact Patent to every one and distressingly so to the commercial. Of course Ewing is the track and he will take the purse next month if there is anything indications. Ohio will scarcely repudiate two such Gallant soldiers As Ewing and Rice. New York Star tammany dem Samuel j. Tilden a reason for selecting the new York times As his Organ is not editor known. Tiie of the generally times and Samuel j. Are personal friends who Dine together frequently and entertain the warmest admiration for each others talents. this explanation republicans will understand Why a. B. Cornell is opposed by the times. Detroit news ind Alexander Mitchell the billionaire Scotchman of Mil we having somewhat my he made Money fast Supply ii with a generous hand and yet considerably. For what bitterly lie thought that when he was a very Rich Man he would go Home again and try to make m via contented. A he tried to Fane he had ceased to love v her but the unceasing craving of his heart for the sight of Iier face and the sound of her voice contradicted this. Work work work that was the Medicine for his mental pain till the overwrought brain gave Way the Over tasked body succumbed and he Lav ill with fever for two weeks. Up again before his strength was half restored and now the relapse had prostrated him and he Lav suffering and apparently dying too ill to Send for Myra too ill to give directions too ill to do any More than lie helpless at the mercy of strangers. The Long night was passing Anda cold Gray Dawn announcing another wintry Day when a vehicle drove up to tin door of the hotel and a dim confused was % Ernest heard the Bustle of the newly arrived travellers. He was vaguely wondering if any Friend would come to him when the door of his room opened very softly and lie heard the waiter say a emr. Mather is a soft Little Rustle followed and then two Cool hands fell upon his forehead enclosing remittances. 1 leave the a tears and kisses followed and Myra was Compau Ying Bank note for the dress you sobbing desire. I have sent for aunt Cordelia Quot of Ernest Darling thank god 1 As usual to stay with you. Have found you of dear forgive me a a Ernest he was too sick to talk much but he not a Loving word not a regret for the made his wife fully understand his Busi Long separation Ness and then Sank off to sleep the Myra realized then How considerate j Sweet consciousness that love had come and Loving her husband had been under to him a Nuro and comforter the wearing vexations of her whims and caprices. Great tears rolled Down her Cheeks As Elm bitterly reproached herself. I have made him believe i done to care for anything but Money. He leaves me this to console me for his absence. Of Ernest come Home again and i la Wear Calico and a Sun Bonnet to Church before my tease you for finery again a it a not easy task to go to dinner and meet aunt Cordelia but it must be done. It a no new Thiny for that worthy Dora tears when Ernest contemptuously thrown their nomination for governor the face of the democrats of Wisconsin the Central committee have substituted James Jenkins of Milwaukee As their Standard bearer. With Mitchell the democrats had Little Chance of Success with Jenkins they have none. New York Sun ind. Dem the de feat of gov. Robinson Means the probable defeat of the democratic party at the next election of president Lias or. Kelly fully considered the weight of responsibility resting upon him if he has fully considered weighed Well the consequences and is still determined to ruin his party because he can not Rule it with despotic Power ought not every Democrat to shrink from following his mad career True him it was a Long tedious illness but the years that followed it Ernest and m via looked Back upon it As the beginning of their True happiness. Doubt and Repin Ings were swept away Syracuse Herald ind general Butler is to be congratulated having not nearly so formidable adversary to fight this year As last. Or. Talbot is to the Massachusetts republicans what Horatio a Seniour is to the new York democrats and he could not have failed to be a dangerous foe or. Kong however has the disadvantage of representing the machine rather than the Reform Wing of his party and is very Little known outside of polities. New Orleans Democrat dem the a Okolona ass got us far As Freeport the other Day where he was advertised Tode. Liver his speech a sunny lie happened to glance into the Hall before beginning his oration and found Only eleven persons present not enough to pay for the Gas. This a a riled him and lie declined to speak throwing up his engagement. Lie will return South at once and his disappointment his lecturing tour will probably give zest to the abuse he will now Heap the people of the North Ami West. Boston traveller rep the Butler party of this state is engaged the interesting Experiment of trying to increase its strength by dividing its vote by three multiplying its conventions by three add graph a live Danze macabre a tone of mocking irony death addresses a stanza to each of the personages who reply with remonstrances and lamentations or with cheerful acquiescence according As they have been a position to enjoy More or less the Good things of this world. The opening moral is spoken Trio italian poem the person of philosophy the Spanish that of a preacher and both compositions probably formed the text of dramatic representations recited character the staff. There was however a Fresco w / of the a dance of death More venerable than either of these quaint ballads As tiie subject was depicted the Wall of a nunnery built 1274, at a Dingenthal opposite Basle a Follower of Leodolph of hapsburg of. One of the groups bore the Date of 1j12, and the engravings made of of the series 1756 Are still preserved the Library of Basle. They suggested no doubt the original idea of the famous frescoes which adorned the dominican Ceme Terv the latter place and which Are supposed to have been painted 14-10, by order of the Council then sitting commemoration of the ravages of the plague the preceding year. This the most celebrated of All similar works exists no longer its original form As it was deliberately destroyed by the mob during Meute 1805. It contained ninety two figures forty two groups and the Pope emperor and King introduced it were portraits respectively of Felix a Sigismund and Vibert ii King of the romans. Many engravings of it Are extant and Holbein a Well known series is a modification of the theme suggested by it. He however gave it a greater variety by treating it from a purely artistic Point of View and abandoning the rigid uniformity of design that tradition had previously imposed. The most striking of his groups Are those one of which a mounted and mail Clad Knight is doing Battle with a Skeleton and the other known As a death and the countess a a Lovely lady is having her toilet completed by her maid while the spectral Anatomy crouching behind her throws a necklace of Bones Over her fair neck. La Mart de Bale passed into a sort of popular proverb so much so As to be invoked As a Deus sex Machina to carry off troublesome or obnoxious relatives like the accidents or death by apoplexy of the italians. Cashmere shawls arc becoming More fashionable again. One of the Lato win. M. Hunts two daughters is studying Art Germany. The most fashionable handkerchiefs for neckwear Are Rich persian colors Palm Leaf designs. The punier Mantle is one of the newest designs wraps and is made of the handsomest materials. Plaid satins regular clan tartans and fanciful combinations of colors Are largely imported for parts of dresses. The newest White lace Fiche is made of seed dotted net with a plaited Border of the same simply scalloped the Edge. Some of the bonnets Are very Large and almost exactly the shape of the old fashioned bonnets called the a scoop shovel Lucie Zarate the midget and her father and Mother sailed for Veracruz Mexico yesterday. The profits of their three years visit amounted to $20,610. Mahogany is again asserting its supremacy As the King of All the Woods for furniture and architectural decoration but it will never again be absolute Monarch. Bandana plaid Silks with much red and yellow Are shown and others have drab Pink or Plum color for the foundation which rest the gayest bars Ana stripes. A new Luce that comes both Black and White is called a Point do Esprit a and bids fair to be a formidable rival to the Breton lace. It will be much used millinery for travelling suits the dark tartans soft willed Wool Are worn again and it is found the largest plaids arc most popular especially those that Combine Blue with Green. Worth makes the skirts of walking dresses a Little longer behind than of giving them the round shape that has been Vogue for some time. The Busy dry goods clerks complain of Money less women who pester them with useless questions and complain if tiie poor Fellows seem a trifle impatient with Tneia natural tormentors. The reason Why ladies who indulge Areher do not make better shots is explained their dresses Are not Loose enough at the Waist and shoulders to give perfect Freedom to their arms. Full As bad As the eccentric fashion of wearing Long Black gloves with Light dresses is the later one inaugurated France of course of wearing White boots with dark coloured dresses. New Lawn hats Are made of braided Straw and have wide brims and High crowns. The trimmings Are Peculiar the Crown being worked with crewel wild Flowers or japanese designs. Among the novelties of the season at new York has been a reception at a swimming school for Young ladies with exhibition of skill by the pupils whose sports recalled talc Sof the water nymphs. While playing the Organ the native japanese Church at Yokohama mrs. A the wife of the pastor bowed her head apoplectic fit after which she was carried out of the Church died a few hours. Drawing room historical beads interwoven with Chenille of Tho former color which made a Beautiful of feet. The Bonnet was of Garnet coloured velvet and Satin and Ostrich plumes. The striped brocades remain great favor together with most striped fabrics which Are coming generally known As Pekins thus there Are Silks with brocaded Satin stripes satins with stripes of brocaded velvets sometimes Only one color is represented but the newest and richest brocades have the various colors combined India and persian Cali me res. A Paris letter says that this season there will be no Radical changes the principal features of the Toilette but numerous modifications the details. The walking dress that for the Street which is 8<eii by All grows More and More simple and even austere with a very pronounced masculine character. J tresses for receptions dinners and Tho Are complicated and Aro reaching a degree of Bizar Erie and oddity such As parisian taste has never approached before. 8hapes, stuffs and ornaments showing styles combinations of colors and shades which no one hitherto has Ever ventured to associated such is the character of French fashion and its temerity seems to have reached the limits which separate it from extravagance. Worth sends Short costumes of Black Satin de Lyon with Gay brocaded velvet basques and trimmings. Harpers Bazar says the skirts of his walking dresses Are slightly pointed behind and although Tho foundation remains narrow a full effect is Given by outside drapery. This foundation or lining is of inexpensive Black silk with a deep knife pleating of Satin de Lyon around the Bottom. Then instead of a separate Over skirt the drapery of Satin de Lyon is sewed with the Belt and consists of four Long full straight breadth shirred up each seam Ami trimmed Down each seam with Gav brocaded Satin Cashmere colors. Silk fringe tied the hem trims tin front and Side breadth while that behind which is a / very much Fuller has a deep knife pleating like the flounce below it. A Cluster of Black Satin loops showing old Gold lining at the end of the Lengthwise bund of brocade. Canadian us ions stocks. i Hrit Dori a of which the of Uley Liuti i sol of jewelry Ali our. Montreal witness near the Corner of it. Lamberts Hill St. James Street there is a Small workshop not particularly inviting appearance with a few blocks of Stone the window of no apparent value. Nine out of ten persons would pass it unnoticed and vet it contains a museum of wonder Ful interest to the naturalist and Ltd much profitable instruction to the general Stu a Lent. The shop is tiie workshop of a . A Samuel r. F. Dick than whom v a More competent authority upon the subject of jewels does not exist. A Are there Many precious stones found Canada or. Dick a was the first question put by our reporter. A there Are a great Many but it is surprising How Little people know concerning them. We have Canada As Beautiful specimens of their kind As you will find anywhere. Now you perhaps do not know that there Are such stones As Quebec diamonds which Are really Rock crystals. I have one specimen Here which i will show you Quot and the speaker produced a Beautiful Crystal of intense brilliancy and whiteness. A there Are the prevalent style of Botton for Diw a a we icly ordinal Quot Rwy a trimmings Paris Are Large Ami Flat of itel1 a trom let a Amon l 1 la a one chased Silver or Bell shaped Cut steel and both of ancient designs. Frequently a simple dress of Wool the buttons Diamond. The you now see Quot he continued a is just As it was found it has never been Cut most Cost three or four times As much As dress. The of them have the same appearance. A what other stones Are there Peculiar to Canada a a the Ottawa District contains quite a. Number of them. Here you observe is a pression of doubt and uncertainty As if specimen of Labradorite so called because it was first found the coast of banged hair gives the wearer sex killed let a a dead Snake. A churn bar so journal i will Tell you a very curious and melancholy incident that happened one occasion a Church where i was conducting the service. The windows and doors were of course All wide open and through one of those open doors a cobra glided into the Church. I did not notice it myself hut several of the congregation did and were not unreasonably much alarmed. The Beadle a native was fortunately the Alert and he managed to procure a Pulwar with which he Cut Oil the creatures head before it had time to do any mischief. Tranquillity was restored acid the service proceeded to its close when Many of the congregation went to look at the dead Snake As it Lay headless the ground. Among them was a Man who his curiosity to exam die Felt a Little anxious less the thatch her forehead might not be securely fastened or that it might suddenly go Back her and show something which ought not to be seen. New smoked Pearl buttons Are exquisitely carved curious and pretty designs some bearing a tiny House surrounded with shrubbery others a Bird a Flower or a Branch with a tiny Birds nest filled with eggs. All of these Are finely Cut to show the variety of tints smoked Pearl. The new Wool goods Are pliable and of Light weight yet give the effect of thick heavy fabrics. For Plain costumes made entirely of one fabric there Are clot like a a suiting a with indistinct threads lines and Cheeks of Many colors mingled and presenting the effect of self coloured stuffs. The us of Satin has brought into Vogue again Lustrous Silks with Satin finish for the principal parts of the dress. Some of the richest parisian costumes for the Winter Are made of Black Satin de l which is silk with a Satin finished surface so closely Woven that the reps can not be seen the Lustrous Side. the Rich Trousseau of a fashionable Bride lately married Elmira. Y., was a Chest of Linen sheets Pillow cases etc., etc., elaborately hem stitched Ami embroidered by the hands of the brides Mother also a Superb bed cover and Pillow Shams of finest Irish Guipre lace wrought entirely by the deft fingers of the same accomplished lady. the danger of a separation the just right he might throw of grave and All m Vraz penitence went into four different directions Uch entire self sacrificing Devotion As moment. Ing two to its names and subtracting the Ine the reptile put his foot the head total result from the vote by which it was and rolled it toward him when he Heaten last year. 4 Here is a Man con a stantly uttered a loud exclamation and fined Over at South Boston whose Peculiar Drew his Fogt of away. By some mean or d stand other he had contrived to set action shadows j the muscular apparatus attached to the it the same he should be a Butler Niana Fei craze is a belief that if he Cou Poison tangs which Lead darted violently Forward and struck him the foot. All Labrador by the moravian missionaries sixty years the Sample submitted was a common looking Stone of a Dull greyish color but when held certain positions exhibited a Beautiful opalescent Lustre of a deep Rich Blue far Superior to any manufactured Shade it is possible to find. At certain times All the colors of the Rainbow Are reflected upon its surface. A very Little is known of this Beautiful Stone a observed Ilie lapidary. A i believe the Prince of Wales had a be t of jewelry made from it so i have been told. It is strange so Little should be known of this. If fashion were to introduce it society would soon become charmed for As you see it is very a where Are they found a a they Are generally enclosed boulders and great care is required taking them out As they Are liable to crack. Garnets Are also found the Ottawa District of a very fair Quality but Small size. Zircon a Stone about which very Little is known except that it has the Quality of double refraction a High Eutee is also found this District. you see it is a four sided prism which when polished gives a Beautiful red surface. Next there Are Green sapphires found tolerably Large numbers. They Are not very valuable however although exceedingly hard. 1 Varis have also a been found near the Bay Cha cur both Large size and very Good Quality. Quito a number i Lieve have been Lound near the a Are there Many agates found Tho Dominion a a those Art Peculiar to Lake Superior and consist of two kinds Gray und red each is similar its character to the i Onyx. We have also the Chalcedony or red Cornelian. Some of the most delicate shades of color Are contained a a a Imp lab k r hatched her husband a rom the very j this year and have his Headquarters remedies were useless half hour jaws of death to be her own again. T v. V 11 r t i. Ltd ii x a Man alive i no More about 4 i 1/ a i a iia >1 a it re wearily preached daily sermons Indianapolis news ind tammany a \ / save it Lif Fht is a Backbone affiant that is not quite so withering As the new York worlds a 1 80 we need not a i. J j a Tii a person. The a a woman a Friend a is what l r. Bulls Baltimore Bills May Well be termed for eve re we Ninn that a one used them will not of w without Ilie. Tremont place. Chicago news ind if president j no v a drop would o haves like or. Venus into poetry now and then it would crease the attractiveness of his Public to the Finger Mark of their Astle easily recognizable those a a a a a a i of the poor fellow a a a Oryx with a vengeance the awful the Poison of the cobra a Caseilo use Vir proving us Nee of <11 bus Are i ready delivered at places his tour have s Erel Arv Rogers for the Douce t homilies Sherman for the financial do courses Evarts for the Poi Peu about two thousand Massachusetts women have registered their names for vol ing at school elections. The no Max a i Mudler than the advocates of female of vac had expected. Boston is he Iny a Ity when the female vote will be Lam enough to have any effect the result of ill it 1� it Loub. The Jet trimming imported Black dresses invoiced at Twenty seven dollars a Yard consist of fringe of granulated beads with lace like heading. Sometimes this forms a Vest of Jet or a great Directoire Collar or perhaps a Gui pc and there Are Jet Tab Liers of embroidery net that will cover the entire front breadth of Black Satin dresses. Cate is Ian to set it i color Aie them As you Cun Sec those Samph Paris no evening Toilette whether q Halo Castro Lite from Elinor for tut theater or concert is now made j Gen and Astro tin heave Verv much with Long sleeves. All sleeves of dresses resembling the malachite Are also found designed Tor the evening end quite near 1 a a a a. Superior.1�?T the Elbow and Are edged with pleated a do you think there Are sufficient to e. I u consequence of tvs extremely a precious stones Canada ii Long gloves fastened with ten buttons at icon Lea to Are Vogue it being considered j a there inelegant to show the Bare Arm. 1 it a it Export Are plenty and our native i agates Are equal to any 1 have seen any at a recent society wedding a Brook-1 where. About twelve months since i Church the Bride a blonde wore a made a Bracelet of Canadian agates set handsome costume of Garnet Damasse and Gold and they were equal appear Satin elaborately trimmed with a deep Ante and polish to any Stone used for the fringe composed of Garnet and steel same

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