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CAPITAL CITY COURIER. SATURDAY FKHIUJARY 20, itojt.
No matter what others do or say, we still
give jou the
Newest and CUHftQ
Best Grades of O ll J JL0
At LOWER PRICES tlinn others.
You can save money by buying your
Boots niul Shoes of
WEBSTER & ROGERS,
1043 O Stroot.
The Next Number Especially Good,
READ BY ALL MEN AND WOMEN.
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Santa Fe Route !
Atchison, Topeka S Santa Fe R. R
The Popular Route to the Pacific
Through Pullman and Tourist
Between Kansas City and SAN DIEGO,
LOS ANGELES, and SAN FRAN
CISCO. Short Line Rales to
DoublcDally Train Service Between
Kansas Clt and PUEBLO, COLORADO
SPRINGS, and DENVER. Short
Line to SALT LAKE CITY.
The Direct Texas Route
olld Trains Between Kansas City and
Galveston. The Short Line Between
Kansas City and Gainesville, Ft.
Worth, Dallas, Austin, Tempi';.
San Antonio, Houston, and
all Principal Points
TheOnI Line Running Through the
OKLA'IIOMA COU.NTRY. The
Only Direct Line to the Texas
Pan Handle. For Maps and
Time Tables and Informv
tion Regarding Rates
and Routes Call on
E. L. PALMER, Passenger Agent,
other wnrda, w
m lit Uach you
you In ImtlncM,
can anl will, If
yoti quickly liow
lornrn from W4I
at Hi atari, ami
mora as yon go
allaprs. In any
I arlf Amcrlra,
you ran com
ntfttra at lim(
art line all your
tlm. it ara
to th work,
What wa offer Is
new anil It tiss
baan pro vail
over aul over
a (rain, Hint meat
pay I aura fat
laty hi leani,
No special abllU
enry fur ant,
a atari you,
fry Hi In (T rttlals
onaof lha arm I
lo uteful, Inventive profrreis, tliat enrlelies all workers. It la
probably fli rrcatrat opportunity laliorlns; peopl bavaevrr
known Now is Hi time, I'r'ar manna Ion, I vW parileutnri
tre Iti-ifr ilta lit tinri. l-lreta. J I.O IS1 12
ICSwBk r t9i
DR. T. O'CONNOR,
(Huceusiorto l)r, ClmrUs Sunrise.)
Cures Cancers, Tumois
Wen uml h'Miila without lu uc of Knlte,
Chlni-onii'iu or Bther.
Office 13.7 O Street
COTTON GOWNS THAT MAKE QLAn
THE HEART OF WOMAN
Tlio lm.,ls 11I tlm Ynir Am AilmlrHlilj
Ailupli-il In I'rrlty nml TiiMiiu Ml) leu.
I'lrtiirn Oumiim fur Urri-ptlmm- (liiolp
Tlmt W III Interest Ilia l.nillr..
Nkw YoitK Fob. 4. Pretty now cot
ton goods uro ill ways dour to tlio hearts
of nil iliilnty woiuon, for thoro is some
tiling ho t'louu and refreshing in u gown
Just from tlio liuitulry tlmt it In mi un
mixed pleasure to put onu on. crisp uml
smelling of tlio fresh air. and ho, us those
now goods in the pioco suggest way of
making thorn, I have obtained some ol
tho newest IiIouh for tho limiting up ol
cotton gowns, Theso aro from onool
tho groat houses horo which initio" a
specialty of Huunuor ready tnudodicst's
I'llKTTV COTTON GOWNS.
Tho highest ono is of porcalo, in bluo
and white Tho yoko is cut to a point
in tlio front and tlio front breadth is
gathered on to that and thou brought
forward so that all tho fullness coinos
within four inches, loaviug tho sides
smooth. Tho back is arranged in pro
cisoly tho sumo way, and tho gathora
fall from tho yoko bolt in tho satno man
ner, or can bo loft to fall in Wattoau
stylo if dosired: but for young persona
it is lost to havu tho gathers conllnod
Tho yoko bolt Is trimmed with two
bands of tape sowed on flat, and the
satno ornaments tho yoko and alcoves.
Tho middle dross is of porcalo in
brown, whito anil groon. though any of
tho summer goods will bo suitablo Tho
dress is cut plain princess, witli or with
out Wattoau back, and tlio front is gath
ered up to whoro tho pointed rullio moots
it. Plain turndown collar. Tho rufllod
collar is round in tho back, Narrow
rufllos ornament tho littlo postichc
pockets and sloovcs. This pretty morn
ing dross can bo easily laundered, and
would bo equally pretty in chambray or
Tho third dross is of zephyr gingham,
ami lias princess back, also with or
without tho Wattoau plait, according to
tho pleasure of tho wearer, and a half u
breadth Is gathered in at tho nock under
tho collar. Tho dross laps throe inches
on tho loft and is finished by a narrow
rullio of noat oiubroidory Tito sleeves
and pocket aro also Huishod the same
With slight modifications, such as
would suggest tuomsolvos to any wom
an, these throe morning drosses would
furnish models for the making up of all
tho washable gowns she intends having
Where tho material is thin, laco and rib
bons can be added, and both laco and
ribbons will bo very fashionublo for such
Tho nowest ami prettiest ribbons aro
of gauzo, with dainty floral pattern or
stripes. Tho groundwork is usually in
8omo neutral tint, with bright colored
flowers, in brocade or swivel pattorn
scattered over tho surfaco, and tho edge
is nearly always finished with little
loops called picot These ribbons will
provo particularly suitablo for tlio soft
printed mulls and lino muslins and chif
fons which will bo popular for af tor
noon and evening drosses during tlio
It scorns odd to bo talking about
dresses for hot HUininor days while tho
skies aro gloomy and the "toil ball is up.'
which means that thuro isskating in Cen
tral park, but whilo tho girls aro out in
uuudsomo fur trimmed cloth and Vo
lutina gowns gliding over tlio ico, thoit
mothers nro giving orders altotit chitl'oti
Chilton in French really moans rags
old soft, castaway rags but it means
also the dainty, filmy muslin and silk
that is so much
a d mire d for
frills, etc When
any ono asks a
parliament o f
Fro no It w onion
what they aro
t It 0 y answer,
"Oh, wo aro talk
ing rags," mean
ing fashions. But
chiffon itsolf is
tlio most dclicato
material thoro is
111 a d e except
cropo lisho and
tulle. Soft mull
and India muslin
will bo scon em
done in floss.
One pattern has bluo Hag lilies with two
of tlio 8oar)iko loaves crossed behind"
each flower It is beautiful Otheiv
havu smaller Mowers,
Handy young fingers could embroider
these, for there need bo fow flowers on a
breadth Mull costs twenty cents a yard
plain, but tho embroidered (lowers scat
tered over it brings the price up in
stantly. I should mention tho lawns,
Thoro will be many, both linen and cot
ton, lawns worn colored with stamped
figures on them, Pineapple cloth with
patterns of rather largo flowors printed
upon thoin will bo soon, trimmed lavishly
with laco and uuriow ribbons
Picture gowns for receptions are ua
Mipular as ever with those who can ob
tain thorn, but tho trouble is that not
every one ought to attempt a plcturo
-xtstuiuo, and fow persons aro capable of
Judging for themselves, but when a lady
Is sure she can wear one without making
a caricature of herself she can try the
ono I give hor hero
Tho original is for a medium blond
with good, clear complexion Tho petti
coat Is of emerald groon velvet with a
gold filigree lionlor, Tho gown Is prin
cess shupo. and Is of gobelin blue faille
with borders around tho bottom of wood
brown satin braided in black, and bor
dered with narrower gold braid mutch
lug that on the petticoat. It is cut with
a train and Is looped upon tho loft side
by an ornamented chatelaine oclot
The skirt is lined with shell pink glace
It is high In tho neck, with cross trim
mlng, and over the princess is a jacket
of green velvet faced with the braided
brown satin Tlio upper part ol tho
sleeve is of the satin and the lower pair
and forearm piece, which extends nearly
to the lingers are of the faille The
hat Is Tain O'Shantor, of green velet
bound with shell pink, and brown satin
inside the pull's It fastuus on the head
with a small Mario Stuart cap bordered
witli xarl heads, md has on the top
two large. Dully pink ostrich tips The
whole costume Is lieuutiful, but is very
dressy and only suitable for an al tor
noon reception or a grand dinner In
that case naturally the hat Is removed
The coif could be kept on if desired
IN UNBEATEN PATHS.
'nrRiiii (lulu 11 l.lvolltniiiil In
New Youk. FoL . That one-half of
the world docs not know how tho othor
half lives is a truism aptly illustrated in
this great motrooll8 (lo anywhoro you
may and you aro sure to run against a
class of busy workers, who in one cm-
tulf.ftl nr mint lnti- tint unlt-tmr tin, iiinl
lorn of how to keep body and soul to
gother and yet aro apart from tho com
petition encountered In tho leuditi
industries of lifo.
Strangely enough, in this Hold of lalx
women play no unimportant part. They
may bo ladies who liavo mot with mis
fortune, but to" proud to bocomo men
ials and too honorable to yiold to tho
gross temptations of life, theso employ
their education, taste and oxporionco for
tlio benotit of others who have boon Ices
favored Visit the stores during the
holidays ami you will find their handi
work in the manufacture of dainty bric-a-brac,
in the painting of Christmas,
New Year's and menu cards, in tho
adornment of wedding cako and bonbon
boxes and the transfer of oxijuisito (U
signs to screens, ribbons and the panels
or dresses lliolr pay is small In con-'
trast with the prico the merchants
charge at retail, but It serve to Keep'
tho wolf from Hie door 1
Possibly in theso sanio establishments'
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you will run against sonic richly dtessptT
u-fiiiiuii iiti-miiiititiiitl In 11 liiili ...uti. I
paiiioti who has been employed
hor shopping, and who selects the goods
and attends to all the details of t ratio
The coui)onsatiou is in tho form of a
commission paid by tlio firm or a feu
paid by the employer Another and not
less honorable vocation is that of worn
on who regularly visit tho homes of tho
wealthy ami arrange the decorations in
the parlors, handling with tender care
tho valuable oroelaiiis and other works I
of art that cannot bo safely Intrusted to
fcorvnnts IVrlmiw yon will moot on the
premises a woman nmnicuro or chiropo
dist, who satchel in hand pays hor peri
odic visit to tlio "petted darlings" to clean
their nails and pick their corns. Still
moro useful are tho women who go about
darning stockings, sowing on buttons
and doing the mending of a household.
Theso aro a godsend to the bachelors,
and they cecuro a good living.
Many of tho male sox are not less in
genious in thoir endeavor to make pov
erty respectable by honest work. Frank
lin once said 'It is hard for an empty
bag to stand upright.' But there aro
scores of industrious follows wandering
through our streets who support them
solves by expedients that in more than
one instance have brought ample gain
During Christmas week an Italian
peddled what ho culled "an aerial top,"
a small ciicular plate with flanges liko
the wheel ol a propeller, that, leaving
his hand with a quick pull of iiHtriug
slmt a bundled feet m air Ho and Ins
confreres sold thousands ol them
Stand 111 the vicinity of some of tho
public M-hools about the hour of recess
and you will liud a punctual candy man
Go down 111 tho neighborhood of Wall
street and in the vicinity of every ex
change there will tie a neat low vehicle
from which you can pin chase a glass of
milk and a Miudwich Not far away
perhaps yon will see an old time colored
man 01 a stout, rosy looking Ueruiau,
each immaculately arrayed in a whito
jacket ami apron and bearing a tray
piled up with golden lined waflles, soft
and luscious, and generously sprinkled
with sugar from the sifter that stands
at hand Tho crab and lobstor man is
thoro. too for twenty years ono of tho
charactors of "the stroot." Basket in
hand, ho enters tho olllccs of tho brokers
always wolcomo, because ho is such a
cheery, respectful follow and from its
contents you may chooso theso tooth
bomo denizens of the sou in ovory shape,
hard, soft, deviled or pickled with all
tho accompanying condiments
Scattered olsewhoro in the city aro
other working bees in tins busy hive
the man who sharpens your scissors ami
razors ami attracts your custom with a
prostidigitatorial trick, tlio man who
mends your umbrella while you wait,
tho needle man who stands on tho coniur
ami shows how easily a neodlo may bo
threaded, while some coufedoruto in the
crowd he has gathered slips behind you
and relieves you of your jiookotbook.
tho traveling tinker with his littlo
lamp and stick of solder the spougo
man who has for sale sponges and
chamois skins that have done duty in
the hospitals, but being renovated look
as good as new, and last, though not
least by any means, the frugal individual
who goes around collecting all the old
boots and shoes carries them to liis lair
an I by a system ol patchwork or tuaiiti
tartiiio iKruhai to luuiselt evolves uier
chandiso that tiuds hmiIv -ale utiiuug tuti
p"i F U'nr FuMslNK.
A litmiii'i Aihi'rtliH-Micnt.
The itilveitiseiueut of a Japanese lea
nietehatit Is an Interesting specimen of
dapani'so KuulNlu "At present," It says,
"we tniitiu factum very Industriously tho
wverul kinds of teas, so that our buyer
inttst ho ell adapted tousothoni. Thorn
aro the Pau-llicd, llasket-llred and Hun
diled that ate niailuof thodllTcrcnt cIuvch
front Choicest to Common. Therefore J oil
shall know thatthey wlllglvoa very putty
taste. Please, we hope yon will order to
us, no matter whether many or few parts,"
New Yotk Ttlhuue.
A Itmiilnu I'lrn.
"Sarle. wot you keep seeh a rourln Malt
fo'f Body kalu't Kit close 'mi tr to de Move
tor Kit wa'utl" - Ilatper's Ba.ar.
Tlm Mint Win, Uml mi Oluct In l.lfc
Me was Inn 11 (if poor hut otherwise un
objectionable parents, who Impressed upon
his mind while It was yet In a plastic and
doughy state the linpottauco of having an
object In life.
lie was a stiiillims boy, lie bewail wear
ing speetaeles at an early age, and never
wasted any of the precious hours In playing
hull pen, mumble ick, shinny or any of tho
rttdo games that thoiiKhtlcHS hoys delight
in, and Ids teacher at school viv ac
customed to point him out to the other
children us a model.
In eoiiseiUeuceof which the other chil
dren all hated him and said ho was a molly
coddle and a sweet little uosllim with a
But ho was a truly uood Isiy. He did not
mind what they said, lie smiled at them
with a gentle, whining smile, and went ou
beltiK Kood. He did not chew gum and re
fused to associate with beys who chewed
tobacco on the sly or played hookey,
AshoKrow to manhood he east attotit
him for an ohJcH in lifo.
He found one.
Henceforth he devoted his energies to
that one object. He kept it steadily before
It was not riches ho sought. Tho pur
suit of wealth for Its own sake was de
grading; In his eyes, and whatever of world
ly prosperity mine to him was made sub
servient to Ids one great object in life.
He pursued not the elusive phantom of
fame. The filthy cesspool of politics had
110 charms for him, and the empty honors
that await the man who enters the army
0r navy did not tempt him.
Neither did he waste his powers in the
futile search for perpetual motion,
The ephemeial Joys of the actor, tho
professional bull player or billiard expert
'" ' " H'! ' "";' '..i.cemen s to i lean nin,
frum the path he had marked out for him
gt,.j, ,j. (t.p IH ta, years rolled away ho
ilrow nearer nml neiiii-rtn tin, iriuil iMiIh
ambition and his heart swelled with proud
And he died at the age of sixty-three,
leaving to posterity, as the result of a lifo
devoted to the pursuit of ono Kreut object,
a collection of iM?,J()! canceled postage
stumps. Chicago Tribune.
A ipmo ,, ,,,.,.
A ,, ,, ,mlf Htrvw, ,,, wlt0 ,
attached to a wagon partly loaded with
ashes, stood on .John It. street, near Adams,
and a schoolboy about ten years old stood
with his hands In his pockets looking at
the horse. The owner of the rig came out
of the cellar with a basket of ashes on
his shu ilder, and after dumping them Into
tho wagon ho turned to tho hoy and said:
"Look yere, boy, what yo' dolu yeref"
"Lookln," was tho reply.
"What you lookln utr"
"Lookln at the horse,"
"Wall, you run right 'long Mxait your
bl.iiess. D11L boss has got fee 1 1 lis. If you
keep lookln at him he'll hluiehy think he's
got to git up an prance nu snort around an
run away and smash ills wagln all to
squash. Den do queshtiu comes up who's
gwine ter pay do damages, an your pore
fielder will wish you had iiebber been
"I guess I can look." muttered the boy,
as he moved olf.
"I dun tole ye, boy! 1 shan't Insider wid
you no inn'! If your fadder Is wurf a mill
yon dollars an ou want to take de chances
den you go right ahead; hut (loan' you dun
sw'ar befo' de Jedgn ilal I didn't tole you
(bit ho-.s had feelius an might kick up the
awfulest nmhillushuti eber heaid ob on
John It. street." Detroit .Journal.
It Was mi Arrlilt-nt.
"I understand," remarked the polite re
Kitterto theelo-e iiioutlied manager of a
western railroad noted for its poor time,
"that there was an accident on your road
"Oh, do you)1" was the sarcastic reply.
"Do you know anything about itr"
"Only that it happened to the train
which was duo here at (J: IS."
"That train came In promptly ou time,
sir," said the manager firmly.
"Aro you sure of thaU"
"Of course I am."
"Thanks. That must have been tho ac
cident referted to," and tho reporter dodged
out safely. Detroit Free Press.
Moving Household Goods and Pianos a Specialty
S. H. BURN HAM,
BI5TTS & YVI2AV!.I,
Hciilei la all Mini or
COAL AND WOOD.
Ollice 10(5 O Street,
Yards 6th and M Sts.
German National Bank,
CMC, .MoiitKimiery, President.
Herman',!!, Ht'lmlierit, Vice Prom.
Joseph llochiiior, Ciisliler,
O.J. Wilcox, Am, CiMhler.
Transacts a General Banking Business
issues letters of en illt, iliiiwilrnftsnii iillpiwln
of the world. I'orclKU collections 11 spcclulty
A TRUE STORY OF
T was towards the close of a bright summer's day that the prodigal son arrived
at the paternal muuston. He had come by the quickest route, "The Burling
ton." The sun was declining In the west -the only thing that does decline
west of Chlc.igo except base ball and Its slanting rays threw a golden tint
upon the gray hairs ol thonged father who sat on the fiont porch rending the
last "Burlington Route" advertisement.
The gate opened, and the old man peering over hU spectacles illscrlcd a
a ragged tramp coining up the walk, lie was about to set the dog on him, In
accordance with the usual custom of that hospitable region, when the tramp
can.e up, removed a dilapidated bat rim which encircled his brow, and cried,
"father, don't you know me?" "Know you?" returned the old man, after
scrutinizing him a moment over his spectacles, "I would know you If I saw
your hide hanging In a tan yard, It's my own lost b-hoyl" Then the fond
parent fell upon his son's neck and wept wept because ll was so ditty, It hadn't
been washed since Christmas, but he took him In all the same, gave him n
bath and a new suit of clothes and then walked him down to the B. Si M.
depot to sec to what perfection the "Burlington" had (nought their passenger
train service, "l'was marvelous, and the prodigal ron straightway registered a
solum vow that his children and his children's children for all time to conic
should recognize the "Burlington" as the ono great railway whose equipment
was always UP TO DATE.
We don't know how this legend of the prodigal son came clown through
the ages so accurate and free from side Issues, but It's here, Intact and unin
cumbered, ready to adorn a back cover or point a moral. The moral of this
story Is: If you would prosper In this world, travel only by the "Burlington
General Passenger Agent,
FAST MAIL ROUTE !
2 DAILY TRAINS 2
Lcaxeuworth, St. Joseph.Kansas
City, St. Louis and all Points South,
Knst and West.
The direct line to Ft. Scott, Parson
Wichita, Hutchinson and all prhcipal
points in Kansas.
The only road to the Great Hot Spring
of Arkansas. Pullman Sleepers ail '''rce
Reclining Chair Car on all trnir..
J. E. R. MILLAR, R. P. R. MILLAR,
City Ticket Agt C-sn'l nt.
b KpHLPBCSjKMmwsraDnr vs 6t
' BBH Will
THE PRODIGAL SON.
A. C. ZIEMER,
City Passenger Agent,
1001 0 Street.
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