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i A Cnnntra Die l'rom Kitting Fnngai.
From London Dally News.
The Countess Riccardi died on Sun
day, havlnjr "fnllen In a rlgo;" on par
taking of fungus, and never showing
tlie slightest sign of consciousness dur
ing the forty-oight hours thnt sho con
tlnucd to breathe, although her teeth
were broken to feed her, and great
force was othcrwlso applied to open
her locked jaws. No quiver of an eye
lid gave proof of the sensation. Tho
children of tho family were pronounced
out of danger on Sunday. Tho fungus
cooked by mistake for mushrooms
was of tho most doadly sort that
A Tenacious Clntcti
Ts tliatof dyspepsia. Tow remodte do nior
than palliate this obsttnato complaint. Trj
Iioitctter'a Stomach Hitters however, and
you will And that It ts conquoruWe. alonp
Willi lis sympujnm. ucui auuiu, .......... ......
net''ouHne and lo of flesh nnd vigor
HlllcMi-.no--. urid constipation frequently c
company It. Tlieue. besides malurltil. rheu
matic nnd kidney compluluts, uro ulio sub
duablo with tho Hitters.
One of tho serla'ls which St Nicholas
will publish during tho coming year
has an unusually uniquo plot. It is a
talo of three Union soldiers, members
of a signal corps, who got nows that
tho cntiro Union arinyhassurrcndcred,
"whereupon they decide to hold out to
the end. They cut a bridge across a
gorge nnd become 6oldier-Crusocs, ox
ilcl from civilization, and for many
months they believe themselves to be
tho only loyal Union soldiers who have
TQfct been obliged to surrender. Tho
author, William II. Sheldon, is a sol
dier and artist as well as a writer.
Can't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your LI Is Awiy
If you vnnt to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, rejrnln lost manhood, bo made
well, strong, macuotic, lull of now life and
vigor, take No-To-Ba-, tho wonder workor
that makes weak nioii strong. Many gain
ten rounds in ten dnyB. Over 400.1XX) cured.
31uy No-To-lia- from your drug gist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booldot nnd sntnplo mal'ed
iree. Address Sterling Rotnedy Co., Chi
cago or New York.
Mr. Duncan Hose, tho son of a Con
federate otllccr, will contribute n brief
paper to the November Century on
-Why tho Confederacy Failed." lie
believes that the failure was duo to
three things: the excessive issue of pa
per money; the policy of dispersion,
tho frontiers of the Confederacy being
extended for many thousands of miles;
and tho neglect of the cavalry.
Con's Cotigti lint (am
It the oldest and best. It will break up n Cold quick,
cr man anything else. It Is always reliable. Try IU
Ituln Wrought by tlm Wheel.
4,Ilicyclo hnrts your business, too, I
'suppose?" asked the man who wanted
to bo funny.
"Not the bicycle, itself," answered
the living skeleton, "but some of thoso
bloomer girls is puttin' up exhibitions
that has led the public to gut the idea
that I ain't so much of a freak as they
used to think." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, tho
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
McClure's Magazine for November
-will contain the first installment of a
five or six part story by lludyard Kip
ling. It is Kipling's first long story of
American life, bcinir a talo of Btlrring
.adventure among tho Gloucester fish
ermen on the tlratul Banks. It will be
illustrated with drawings from life by
L W. Tabojr.
?Io. Wliulim's Soothing Syrup
rorclutiiru tillihiir, soflani Miliums. rrlu r Inflam
mation, allays uln, euro wind colic. li cents a bottle.
Almost every married woman Is abused
' .by her roiatives because she don't e)ioy
IN WOMAN'S CORNER.
INTERUSTINQ READINO FOR
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
Bom Current Notes or tli Moil
Oowiii for llall-Hoom Weir Dress
ing tho I.lttln UlrM Vno of til !)
balantss ytttottt Itrititnenr.
cuITb and largo draped
II E tllustratton
shows ono of tho
now long rcdlng
otCR. It is of iron
gray cloth and Is
ing in tho middle
of the front. The
top of the cido
senmB at tho back
is closed by two
straps of cloth held by buttons, nnd
two similar straps nre placed at the
waist in front. Tho cape is cut in Fec
tions, each breadth being outlined
by a steel cord. The ornamentation
consists of short straps, like thoso on
tho body of tho garment, the Btraps
being edged with cord and fastened
with steel buttons.
her friends, and gave a personal tnvl
tntlon to her wedding.
TVhero Vaaca Arn to llr ttnuctit.
Many offenses against beauty and
art havo been perpetrated In recent
years under the plea of decorating tho
home. ?hun the big, shining gilt vases,
usually In the shape of pitchers, which
aro alwiye sold In pairs and which nre
genera." ly found Incumbering tho man
tels of tho newly rich. Ofttlmes these
brass or gilded cast Iron ornaments
represent enough money to have pur-
I.nft Ills tie m llflilnd.
It Is not long stneo thnt n stately nnd
graceful girl entered a strcot car on
one of the principal thoroughfares on
tho west side. It was at nn hour when
tho cars nro hut scantily patronized,
and the onl other occupanto of tho
car were two ladlca and a mnn. She
was faultlessly attired, and tho women
who bat opposite her eyed her tnllor
mado coatumo admiringly perhaps n
Uttlo cnvlouBly. Sho paid her fnre, ex
hibiting as she did so n pretty llttlo
purso exceedingly well filled. This fat
purso sho returned to her pocket, nnd
hnlf turned as she sat down to look out
of tho window. Tho other Women,
after carefully examining every detail
of her charming blue cooturno from
throat to hem and appraising its cost
to tho remotest fraction of a dollar,
turned and looked out of their own
windows. Nobody noticed, tho man,
who was well dressed, but otherwise
insignificant In guise, save for a mag
nificent diamond on his finger.
Hut the mnn, who sat not far nway
from tho stately girl, was not so ab
sorbed in the passing show of tho
sidewalk. Slowly he edged nearer to
the flowing blue skirt with tho lino of
the pocket just revealed by tho white
tip of a handkerchief. The girl's mind
had wandered from the sldownlk and
was loBt In plnns of her own, but she
was not too dreamy to bo conscious of
a hand gently groping In her pocket.
Nerved by Indignation, she turned and
grasped through the cloth the hand of
the well-dressed mnn which was taking
the puree out of her pocket, and oven
as she did so ho released his hold of
For llU-ltonm Wnnr.
The swrotest flower sllka that fairly
send out frngrnnco from tho buds nro
sold this year for hall gowns. Tho
silk Is a tuffcta, and tho roses stand
out In satin. Old-fashioned, you lay,
but pretty, you nre bound to declare.
One of these dresses depends entirely
upon lnco and pink tnffctn ribbon for
Hb rIcovcs. Tho ribbon winds in and
out of tho lnco irregularly and' Is
brought out and tied In knots and
bows nt Intervals. Tho color of tho
ribbon sets oft tho lnco admirably. Tho
V w J mm
ifi'M'v ilivMtWmf If
ttnUtnc '"nil Htruwlierrln.
James Allen of Covington a member
of tho board of trustees of tholnstltuto
for tho blind, vailed on Governor Mat
thews the other morning and gavo him
a box of struwbcrrles. He said that
lleorgo W. Merrimnti, n tenant on his
place, is raising hundreds of gallons of
line berries and finds ti ready salo for
them In tho Chicago market tit 91 a
gallon not. Tho patch covers 1.x or
levon ticrcs. Yhcn asked how such
bcrricR can bo raised for fall market.
ho Bttld: "After tho first crop Is picked
tho ground is covered with straw and
then set on fire. The vines nro ell
burned to tho ground. Then, by fer
tilizing the giound nnd irrigating it
the vines come quickly and bear, not
io much fruit as before, but just as fine
In quality and halcnblc nt ti much high
er price. There nre Bevcral farmers in
northern Indiana who nro pursuing
this modo of berry raising for tho Into
market. We hnvo been having berries
for three weeks at ihy house." Indian
Wo offer Ono llumlteil Dollar Hewnrri
for liny eiin of intiirrli (lint cannot bo
cured by lluU'n Cnturrh (,'utc.
I' .1 ()IU:NKV CO.. I'torn , Toledo, Ohio,
We, the iiiuIimkIriil'iI. 1iiiu known 1'. .1,
Cheney for tlm lust It yetun, and bollux o
til ni perfectly honorable la nil huslnnvi
transactions nnd flmuiolully utile, to curry
out any oblhriitlou iinidi' by tliolr llr in.
Wnldlnp. Klnnuu & MurWii, Wholesale
DriutKlMs Toledo, Ohio
Hull's Outnrrli time Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tlio blood nnd mucous
Mirraccs or tnu xyiitem, 1'rlce vou per
bottle. Hold by all druggists. Tvstlnio
groundwork of tho dress Is cream with
lady slipper pink roses. Tho belt la n
crush of velvet of n peculiar crimson
known ns crimson lnko and the rib
bons repeat thlB color.
As this dress is for n very cercmon-
Somo roop'o enn't
be ploasant without
! sob I
i '. .1J JULair1
The papers are full
of deaths from
the heart fails to act
when a man dies,
but "Heart Failure," so called, nine
times out of ten is caused by Uric
Acid in the blood which the Kidneys
fail to resiovc, and which corrodes
the heart until it becomes unable to
perform its functions.
Health Officers in many cities very
properly refuse to accept "Heart Fail
ure," as a cause of death. It fa fre
quently a sign of ignorance in the
physician, or may bt given to cover
up the real cause.
A Medicine with 20 Years of
. . Success behind it . .
will remove the poisonous Uric Acid
by putting the Kidneys in a healthy
condition so that they will naturally
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
Rumination and.AdTloe ti ratentablllty of In
vention. Sand for "InTtutori' Outdr, ir How to Oct fc
1-aUnt." O'FAllIUCLL. A SOX, Washington, D. C.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS
EUv KepfcJra Uw ay Iti
aS07 DOUGLAS T
WK PAT CASH WEKKLY and
ant mm rTtrywhrro to NM.I.
CT1DI TDCCC mlUloni te t
OlAriN InCLOrd. proTeu
'absolutely bet "Snprhnutnt,
lxivisiixa. Mo., llocaroKT, IU.
EUf Itrpalra for aay VXmi at alava Matt.
DOUGLAS ST., OMAHA.
Klne Cole Antl-JIo-nopoly
20 i nn' "inrli'nre. Snd akrlcli for ad.
tie lllleane.lalri trill. examiner U.-
l-it.Ottlk.'o) Utanex VVeater, Mi.dillUldc.lWiuu.UU
bal.Ua rr. twl l
OOUKT, ITLliTl, bA
nDiiiy " whisky
W. N. U., OMAHA 14-1800
AVhen writing to advertisers, kindly
mention this rmper.
nilRTK WHfHfr AIL HSF FAILS.
I Sot Cong b 8rup. TaittsOood. CM I
in lime. rua vj aruiKiau.
W'i.- vzQur sm$. . . .
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SOCIETY'S DARLINGS DRESSED IN THEIR NEW FALL
Believe In Woman's Wqtca?
Of course wo do. Who could
help it when women write mtch.
convincing word as these:
"For seven years I suffered
with scrofula. I hod a good
physician. Every means of
cure was tried In vain. At last
I was told to try Ayer's Santa
parilla, which entirely cured
me after uolng seven bottlea."
Mrs. John A. Gkntui, I'ott
Fairfield, Mc., Jan. 26, 1896.
Orttlnc tlm llettrr of rattier Time.
Miss Elderly of Dallas litis consider
able trouble in hiding tho ravages of
time. A fow days uo her mother said
"You havo been boforo that plnss for
tho last hour, Aren't you ever point;
to pet through fixing yourself up'."'
"Hnvo patience, mother, dear. In
half nn hour more I'll bo S!0 years
younger." Texas Sifter.
When bilious or costlvo.ctitncascaret
candy cathartic, euro guaranteed. 10c,
Wlmt n hlosiieil tliltiK thnt ereu those ot
an who aro roliablo don t have to prove all
n o ny.
WNory may lovo touitnny hut inwplo do
Y. cry Tliurs(ly fflornlnr,
tourist slcinilnp car for Uen
ver.Hult l.ntcoOity.Han Kran
Uuialm mill Lincoln via lb
It Is rarpotoU, upliotaU)re
In ruttun, liat surliitt auats
ami lincktt and Is urovlited
with curtnius, beddinu. tow
excursion conductor and n
uniformed 1 ullnian porter
ucciunpnny It Uiroueh to tb
While neither as expen
sively flnlstiod nor an tine to
iook at ns a paiacanmapgr.i
Is just nucnodtorldeln fceo
ond class ticket aro honored
nnd tlio prlcooratxsrth.-niUo
enoueh nnd big onousli for
Iwo, Is only it.
l'or n folder giving full
particulars write to
J, Fn AXCIS, Oou'l I'nss'r A cent. Omaha. Neb.
HI AVCQ' BUSINESS AN0SH0BIHNC8UEBE
DLntxCo Actuaii Iiusinehs From Tii
Icaclics buslnesH by dOInir iiuslneas.
instruetion in ail nrancuea
by in n II . Life HCliularshlp fl, bU months
L'uttrsofju. corner ioiu auuuapiioivvouuo,
10 y JMiU L.im, JiiiillkfD; all
2S 50 IB ittimiinll" DRUGGISTS
f XncrtT TirntJr V rnXDHWrrUH to tore snyciieorronatlpstlon. ratrsrrts sr thvldnl Lis
tnDDUhUlUhl UUAnAnifiClU lira, nfrrr irrlnor crlnt.hnt -anerotTtitnilnilUV tm
I pie and lionfcUt fry. Ail. gTEjlMNfl LlMJ:PX --"-C?'lr50J Syt'!; -' yJl'LVLH mlt'l
chased real treasures In way of clois
onne, Dottltan, Benares, Whltefriars
crystal or Sevres.
The woman who wants vases, but
who has not the vase fund of tho mi
kado, will do well to line her purse
with a fow dollars and visit a flrat
class Japanese art store, not the sort,
however, where all tho Japanese goods
are of American manufacture. If the
art emporium is visited, let her ask to
see some banko ware, commonly a
grayish pollety with nights of storks,
sprays of chrysanthemums or a maple
leaf decoration, and an additional
charm tho numerous Imprints of tho
potter's thumb. Vases of this ware ate
to be found in all sizes and shapes and
at all prices, many of those costing
but a few cents being veritable works
of art. Vases of the Tokonabo ware,
with the scaly sun snake and fierce war
dragon winding about them, are to bo
had in all sizes and forms. A large
and handsome specimen ot this ware
can be had for S3. For the hearth or
for corners on the floor where a mass
of bloom 1b desired, and where a non
upsetablo vase Is required, these are
I.lttle Girl', (innn.
illustration Is given of a girl's
of tuede wool goods having a
the purse, wrenched the hand from
her grasp and fled from tho car, leav
ing three astonished women to stare
So far this Is not a remarkable or
unusual story, but one can't say tho
Fame of Its conclusion. The stately
girl went home and to her dresdlng
toom to prepare for dinner. As sho
pulled from her pocket the purse and
handkerchief something fell out of the
folds of the latter nnd tinkled on the
floor. It was the would-be thief's dia
mond ring a very beautiful one,
which the girl afterward had reset and
occasionally wears for a whim's sake.
Tho ring was too loose for Its owacr,
and as ho wrenched his hand from the
girl's hold It had slipped off. Natur
ally he failed to claim It and for that
matter it had probably cost him noth
ing save the exercise of a llttlo In
genuity. Chicago Chronicle.
Ions occasion It has a long train, hut
for the receptions of the winter and for
ball gowns trains will be shorter. This
dress Is suitable for a court function
and Is elegantly lined throughout with
pale pink taffeta. A touch of green to
give It tono is found In tho tiny vino
panel which is of delicate touches of
green nnd pink. Emeralds nre tho Jew
els worn. And this combination of
pink and green Is the prettiest seen in
years upon evening gowns. Tho popu
lar pink and blue fudes beside it.
The Breakfast Cocoa
Walter Baker & Co.
COSTS LESS THAN ONC CENT AtUP,
ALWAYS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Walter Baker &Co's.Breakfast Cocoa
MADE AT DORCHESTER.MASS.it BEARS
THEIR TRADE MARK LA BELIE CtrOttHAltflE
ON EVERY CAN.
printed design in two shades of brown.
The skirt Is plain. Tho bodlco has a
plastron of white embroidered allk
opening in a miuare oer a vest of blue
velvet. A bertha of white lace out
lines tho plastron, which is closed un
der bows of blue velvet held by a
buckle. The tight woolen slcees have
HrliloinmliU anil Their Dutlra.
In olden days the bridesmaids were
supposed to look after the bride's pe
cuniary Interest. Thus, at the church
porch, when the bridegroom produced
the ring and other articles relating to
his marriage, tho chief bridesmaid took
charge of tho "dow purse," which was
publicly given to tho bride as an In
stallment of her pin money. Horace
Walpole, writing to Miss Berry, In the
year 1791, speaks of the dow purse as
a thing of the past, and writes as fol
lows: "Our wedding Is over very properly,
though wlfit little ceremony, and noth
ing of ancient fashion, but two brides
maids. The endowing purse, I believe,
has been left off since the broad pieces
were called In and melted down."
It has been pointed out, however,
that a survival of this usage Is revived
In Cumberalud. The bridegroom pro
vides himself with gold and crown
plecea, and when the service reaches
the point, "with all my worldly goods
I thee endow," he takes the money,
hands the cleigyman his fee, and pours
tho rest Into a handkerchief which !he
bridesmaid holds for tho bride. In
Scotland the bridesmaid Is popularly
known as tho "beBt moid," and one of
her principal duties was to convey tl
btide's presents on the wedding to ho
futuro home. The first article gener
ally taken Into the house was n vebsol
of salt, a portion of which was
sprinkled over tho floor, as a protection
against tho "evil eye." She also at
tended tho bride when Kite called on
Ti ,i i. 1' lM.ti
t TKSTEAl) ot aell
' A X and a?e mid
A NEW WAY TO
r SHIP YOUR GfeAIN.lf
aelllnir Tonr crata at hoiw anal It to in
middleman's Droflt. W bra Have!
1 M Other Vurmcri'l'lioaiMdaafBlan. Wkjr
7 don't TOUtry lit AMra Nw liuipMUCMiir
v-m -u. JJm cmcAce.
1'iinrlr In Ituilf f nr.
Among the newest Imported models
one's admiration is Immediately com
manded by the beautiful Mario Louise
Lace, jewels, velvet roses and tulle
aro seen on dress toques, and It Is said
that piece velvets and moires will be
In voguo before the winter sets In.
A variety of French felt hats, hav
ing a double brim, Is being made ready
for the openings. Tho under brim, gen
erally of a contrasting color, is some
times bound to the upper at the edges
or Is left free, the separate edges pro
ducing a very pleasing effect.
This season's millinery ribbons ure
decidedly narrower than tho3e of last
year, and a great number of novel de
signs Is promised. Ono of the hand
somest patterns has a center In solid
moire, with half-Inch edges In chine
figured effect. Satin and taffeta are
popular In plain, plaid and figured de
signs, and nt least six rosettes are used
on larger shapes.
The very latest boudoir arrange
ment consists ot a long wire, which
may he fitted in a second to any hand
mirror, thereby lengthening the handle
by eighteen Inces and permitting it tc
bo attached to the bwk of my lady's
toilet table chair. Prooerly eeated, she
may then view her back hair without
calling the assistance of nn awkward
husband or an Ignorant maid.
You will find the best material, the lat
est, most graceful design, the soundest
construction, and the finest finish in
Not m Itotrurr.
The beautiful young woman was
floundering about In six inches ol
"fijivn mo!" nhi nrlpil 1
"Alas! I cannot," shouted bark the
handEome young man on the shore. "J
am already married."
Shuddering, ho averted his face thai
he might not sco her as cite crawlec
out of the water and looked around foi
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
.Branch Houtei and Agenclca In almost every city and town. If CotumVlu u
properly represented tn your vicinity, tet ua know.
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