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T. O. IASCO, Kdllor tad Uinorcr.
DKnRA, f KENTUCKY
MAN'S PHYSICAL DEFECTS.
t ffcftsstslars. Arm, I.rara
Hips Arc flaan.ron. K-rr Ptr
A man run be rarasured to the best
irttnlge, Inllora say, away from a
Kl. Hlondlnff before a mirror lie In
almost certain to throw out hi client, If
lie Hon not habitually carry It no. and
take an attitude that he would like to
have, rather than the one lie commonly
hold wbrrras, the tailor wants him,
t tlie portrait painted wanta hti (ob
ject, In hit natural pose and manner,
With the man In that attitude, the tailor
can brliiR hi art to bear if that la re
quired In the orercomlnir of any phyal'
cat defect, and produce clothe that will
Rive the brit attainable effect upon the
iiffiire, at they will be actually worn.
The physical defect moat common in
man la tinevcnnrss of the snouiurrt.
One shnuMtr li higher than the other,
and thla li a defect often encountered,
though the difference In the height
may not be o great aa to lie noticeable,
except by one accustomed to taking
note or inch things. Thla i a defect
that li easily overcome by the tailor,
when It r lists In n comparatively mod
erate degree. It l done otnetlmei
Imply by cutting the coat to tit on each
ihoulder, the jwrfect fitting coat car
rylng with It the Idea and the nppear
ance of aymmetry li attained by the fa
miliar method of building up or pad
ding the lower thoulder. The Influence
of the lower ihoulder extendi down on
that slile of the body, o that sometime
It It necessary below the arm to cut
that side of the coat shorter. Next to
unrTenncss of the shoulders, round
shoulders are perhaps the commonest
A rery common thing Is unercnnesi
cf the hips. A difference of half an Inch
here would not be at nil remarkable; It
Is sometltnea much more. If a man
finds one leg of hit trousers the legs
as he known, being alike In length
touching the ground while the other
clears It, he may reasonably consider
that there Is a difference somewhere In
his legs. It may be that one leg Is long
er than the other, but It Is more prob
able that one hip is higher than the
other, or one leg fuller, so that It takes
up the trousers more and thus gradual
ly raises the bottom more. It would be
a common thing If men were seen with
their waistcoats off, to find suspenders
set at uneven heights. The tarlatlon
In the kiKftenders might be required,
to be sure, by a difference in the shoul
ders, and not In the legs.
ll Is common to find men's arms of
different lengths. The difference may
be so slight as to require no social at
tention In the making of their clothes,
but It la frequently necessary to make
the coat slcctcs of different lengths.
The fact apears to lie that there ore
not many perfect men, that Is, men of
perfect harmony of development and
perfect symmetry of proportions. In
which respect mnn I like all thlnga In
nature, like horses, for Instance, and
trees; but In the greater number of
men these defects are within such lim
its that they might lie described as va
riations rather than aa substantial de
fects. N. V. Sun.
HOW A FILIPINO DIES
Ireteties lltsnscK Oat la aa Easy
Atlltade Hick I.Ike m
The general, In a white hat, was
niarchlug In advance of the firing line,
when the discharge of a rifle wus heard
In the yard of a house next to the road.
Several soldiers rushed into the yard,
but not In time to prevent two more
(hots, which came w bluing In the di
rection of the general. At thla moment
I came to a break In the hedge where I
rould see what was going on. A young
Klltplno was about 30 yards off. He was
turning this way and that like an ani
mal at bny, thoroughly frightened. He
bad a rifle In his hsnd. It afterwards
turned out that thla rifle was choked.
The soldlera were breaking down the
high hedge to get In. Suddenly the Fili
pino made a run for life. He got through
the hedge tome way and dashed across
an open field. Three shots followed,
all of which took effect. The wounded
man turned, ran sldewaya a few puces,
lay down on the ground, and a second
after was dead. 1 got a good tight of
the whole Incident, and so naturally
lid the Filipino stretch himself along
the ground nnd rrtt his head upon his
arm that I thought he wns shummlng.
An examination a minute later proved
that he was dead. There Is this differ
ence between the manner In which
American und Filipino soldlera die
the Amr rlcnn falls In a heap and diet
hard; the Filipino stretches himself
out, and when dead la always found fn
some easy nttltude, generally with his
head on hi arms. They die the way n
wild animal diet In Just such a posi
tion a one find n deer or an antelope
which one has shot In the woocK John
F. Hats, In Harper' Weekly.
America's Women Ministers.
There are to-day about 300 women
ministers In the United Stntes. In
America the ministry I being more
used by women as a profession than the
law. The nnu value of women min
isters in America Is forscuttered parts
Ihut cannot possibly afford to support
a man. They can maintain a woman
minister, The chief opposition to
women pastor come from ministers
of the poorer and least qualified class.
Of course the older und more conserva
tive ministers, bishops and the like
do not look with much pleasure on a
woman In the pulpit. Hut many con
gregations la the United State are
ready for women niluUtm. Chicago
HAHAN'S PLOT AGAINST JEWS
talarnatlonal ftaariaf School Lesson
for October fl, 1800 Test, Rather
flit-11 Meatorr Vorses, 0, 0.
tBMelallr Arrsnsf d from Ptloubtt'a Notes.
GOLDEN TKXT.-If Clod lis for Us, who
csn b srslntt us? nom. It IX
rtRAD Chspttrs M
TIME. Th ttms ef tht storr was som'
whir shout tht middle of Xtrxts' relitn,
IM-itt. u rears after tht first return. U
after tns completion of Iks tempi, and 11
btroraKsrawonluptojeruasiem, i. xerxts'
Third Ytar.-Th artat feast (1 1 1). tl. C. 48t
J. Ills ftfventh Yesr, Esther made queen
(J:l), D. a iW. t HIsThlrttsntk Yftr.-
Ilsmsn's plot and Esther's heroism, II. C.
I'LACE.-8hushan (fluis). ths winter
cspltsl of tht I'erslsn emplrt, about 300
miles south or essi rrom iianyton, ana i
milts north of Ih Persian fulf. The sits
of Ihs ancient But has been sxplortd, and
rtmtins or to grtst paiae navt Dun Dis
The nook of Ksther The author Is
unknown, but must have been some one
"living In Uio heart of l'ertln, a man
who was Intimately acquainted with
the acenery he describes." l'rof.
Adeney. The date of writing la also un
known, l'rof. Sayce places it at U. C.
US. He says that the minuteness of de
tail shows thrtt the author lived before
the overthrow of the 1'erslan power,
H. C. 331. Some place the date still later.
I. The Oreat Feast of Bhtishnn, P. C.
483. Esther It 14. According to Hero
dotus, Xerxes held an assembly to ar
range for the Grecian war In the third
year of hit reign, nnd It Is probably this
feast which la described In the first
ihapter of the book of Hither, as given
to the nobles of the realm, assembled at
Bhushan from all parts of the empire.
It lasted 180 days, or six months. At
this long-continued fete were gathered
the chief officers and nobles from the
whole empire. Everything was done to
Impresa upon them the greatness and
power of the king, and the unlimited
resources at hit command.
II. Queen Vathtl Depoted. Either
1:10-22. Vathtl refutes the Indelicate
summons of her drunken husband. It
la auggeated by l'rof. Adeney that
Vathtl herself may hare been under the
influence of the wine drunk at her own
featt, nnd to rendered reckless, and In
spired with a factitious courage. Hut
while I do not see with Dr.Gladden that
"Vashtl Is the character which most de
mands our sympathy," yet I do agree
with Dr. Taylor when he says: "For
my part, I consider her conduct worthy
of nU praise; nnd hold that she was en
tirely right In what she did."
III. Queen Esther. Chap. 2. An In
terval of four ears occurs before a new
queen I found In place of Vnshtl. It
was during this Interval that his crest
Invasion of (Sreece took place. After
the return of Aerxes from his great de
feat Esther was chosen queen.
IV. Hainan's Plot Against the Jews.
Vs. Four or five years later
(3:7). V. 1. "Human:" Nothing further
Is known of him. "The Agairltt:"
"Probably a term of reprooch" (Bcrlb-
nert llll. Die.) or a local name of i t
V. 2. "flowed Prostrated him
self, "for such wn the ordinary eastern
practice. "Mordecal:" A Jew. and an
elder cousin of Esther (2:7). whom he
had adopted as hit daughter (2:13.)
iwweu not:" Hecause In so dolnche
would have been untrue to his God and
. 3. 'The king's gate:" An open
space before the gate of Ills palace.
V. I. "Whether Mordecnl's matters"
(or, rather, "words") "would stand."
I. e., whether his excuse would be al
lowed. "He had told them that be was
a Jew." So fhat they would understand
why be could not worship Haman.
. o. "lie thought tcorn to lay hands
on Mordecal alone:" "If Haman had
simply said to Abnsuerus: There Is
one of your menlnls, who pcrslstcnly
dlsobeys a royal edict, and at the same
time Insults me, Ahasuerus would, asn
matter of course, have told him to put
me menial to death. Hut the revenge
ful temper of the man was such tlint
thlsseemed to him Insufficient. "Sought
to destroy all the Jews that were
throughout the whole kingdom of
Ahasuerus. Massacres on a large scale.
V. 7. "In the flrtt month" of the Jew-
lsh religious year. "Nisan:" Corre-
spending to our March-April, the mid
dle of which Is our Easter. "They cast
run" a lie word from which Purlm,
the name of the feast commemorating
this deliverance, was derlrrd. "Cast
. . the lot . . . from month
to month" to find the favorable day for
asking his favor of Xerxes, Justns the
augurs of the ftomaus by sacrifices, or
the flight of birds sought for u dny of
good omen for great undertakings.
V. 8. "A certain people scattered
soroad:" Who, by their ceremonies
and by their religion, were kept from
Intermingling with the other peoples,
and being absorbed by them, ns has
been the remarkable fact eter since.
V. 0. "f.et It be written that they may
be destroyed:" Sec under v. 0. 'Ten
thousand talents of sliver:" Variously
estlmated at $10,000,000 to $20,000,000.
V. 10. "King took his ring:" His tig-
net, either a ring or n cylinder, "(lave
It unto Hamani" So that he could sign
in the king's name nnd with the king's
authority any decree he wished to Is
sue. V. 11. "The tllver It giten to theei"
Xerxes refuted the offered money, as he
did the 4,000,000 gold darlcs of Pythlus,
referred to above. It may refer to the
tllver he might take from the Jews.
flat aad Thistles.
Self-cunquest It the truest royalty.
You cannot reprove, unless you love.
Patieuce Is good, but It will not start
fire without kindling.
No man who is an eneniv to Uod is u
friend of society.
God shuts ui lu a prison house of
palu, aud we do not understand that
it Is His eletator. Usui Horn.
Even the devil was convinced when
he saw that Job served Uod for love
and not for a living.
GIRAFFES IN AFRICA.
a r.rr eliB. ll.ro Btoa Faaaal
la the Cealral Tart of tha
From time to time It has been ru
mored that giraffe existed la British
Central Africa, on the Ixng-wa" river,
but, although Uiat river valley has been
frequently "sMted durlnf tha laat ten
yeara by Europeans, no authentic In
formation on the point haa ever been
obtained, aaya the British Ceatral Af
rican Gazette. Recently, howtver, a
giraffe was shot on the east bank of the
Loangwa, in the Marimba district, by a
European prospector, and Its skin (In
complete) aent In to Cap I. Chichester, In
Ifperrnl'i country. The hinder half of
(he skin is being sent to the British
museum, and It Is hoped that a com
plete specimen may now be obtained.
The existence of giraffes la Msrimba
! remarkable; the area In which they
ire found la extremely restricted, and
their number appears to be very few.
The one shot, however, was In a herd of
nltont 33. The nearest country north
of Marimba In which giraffes are knowu
to exist Is north of Msreres, where the
Elton-Cotterlll expedition met with
them many years ago. To the south
Ifslnbeleland I the neareat giraffe
FIFTY CENTS FOR HOTHIH8.
What will the Inventive brain of man
do next? Thla is a question some one
ask s almost dally. There Is one, though,
who leads all others, who for a quarter
of a century ha been making fine laun
dry starch, and to-day la offering the
public the finest starch ever placed on
Ask your grocer for a coupon book
which will enable you to get the first
two packages of this new starch, "ItED
CHOSS" (trade mark brand) also two
children's Shakespeare pictures, paint
ed In twelve beautiful colors, natural a
life, or the Twentieth Century Girl Cal
endar, all absolutely free. All grocers
are authorized to give ten large pack
oge of "ItED CHOSS STAflCH" with
twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or
ten of the Twentieth Century Girl Cal
endars to the first five purchasers of the
KKDI.ISH CHAIN STAHCU BOOK.
This Is one of the greatest offer ever
made to introduce "KED CHOSS" laun
dry starch, J. C. Hublnger' latest in
vention. Miss rroctor Yoalhfal Critics.
Miss Mary Proctor, the sitronomer snd
lecturer, takes a deep intereit in socisl set
tlement work in the big citier, and frequent
ly pivei her personal services towsrd enter
taining pour children snd adults. Generally
her lecture! sre very well received. Many
of her audieniei often manifest belter at
tention thsn thote drawn from IiirIih nr
ties. Sow snd then there ore exirpl.ont.
On one occasion a bright-eyed htttc- huv who
it in the front row with hit eyc fird aon
the ipeaker was asked how he hied it. "I
guess," he said, "it wai pretty good, hut ilie
ought tp talk atout linns anatigrrs. That's
better for everybody." At mother lecture
4 youngster criticised her ai follows: "It's
all very well to talk of weighing snd meas
uring itars. There sre some iwop'e, of
course, who lielieve that tort of thing, but If
the thinks she csn fool us boyi with such
fairy Isles she's very much mistaken."
Ilosae Seekers' Kscaralons via "Blar
To the North, Weit, Northwest, South
west, South and Southeast. Selling dates:
August 13th, September 5th snd lUlh; snd
on October 3d snd 17th. 1809, at one fare,
plus $2.00 to authorized points in the fol
lowing states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkan
ssi, llritlih Columbia, Colorado, Florida,
(Seorgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan,
nlinnesota, Mississippi, Miuouri, Montans,
Msnitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North
Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Okla
homa, &uth Carolina, South Dakota, Texas,
I.'tali, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming,
Washintton. For full information and nsr-
ticulsrs as to rates, routes, tickets, limits,
stop-over prlvileget, etc., call on Agenti
"llig Four ftoute," or address the under
signed. W. P. Deppe, A. G. P. T. Agt.,
Warren J. Lynch, Gen. Pais. & Tkt. Agt.,
She "Did you cer klsa a girl when the
wtsn't looking!" He "Yet; but only once.
She made me do it over again when sue was
looklnf." Town T spies.
.IVF.STOCK-CatUe.commoal t 71 1 tt
lect butchers 4 81 U MM
CALVES hair tofoxl light.- OVA 41 Tl
HOOS-Coirenaiio4Vj.... 4 UJ JJ
Mixed puckers 4 eU 6 4 W
I. trhi hlpr 4 M tt 4 SJ
SIIKKP-Chotee 3 61 a 4 01
I. AM II Sprln 4 lit 6 11
J-'LOUll-winter patent 1 4J vi 1 70
UKA1N Wheat No.: rrtl...,. u. ?:
Nil ml (s TU
Corn N . 2 mixed ii 1 1
Oats-No. : H H
llye Nc. z ft IS .
HAY-l'rlml!.chok-f QI3 tU
I'KOVIMONS- Mes-i pork ttW lili
IIU1TKK Cboire dairy (t 14
Choice no mere t
APPLKP Choice to fsney if ultu
POIAlOUb-l'er tirl ISi G M0
FI.OUK-Wlotcr n.ent J M QIN
UKA1N Wheat-No t red. ... TJHi UK
No. 1 rhlciiio surtax t t Hti
COUN-N.S tt U
ruts-No. z r:vt ziM
I'OHIC-Men 7 01 A I Si
LAItU-Stcam fe UIM
FLOUIt-Wlnter patent 10) (ISM
W UK AT-No. 2 red n
I OILS No. It mill;-!-. H
KYK U M
OATS-Miied s ID
POUK-Nrw Mens.., BOO (IBM
LAKU-Wrstern i tt iibti
FI.OUU- Family J 30 Q 3 01
OIIAIN-Wheal-Na ru... ,
Southern. Oi & T.H
forn-Mlxed. U mt
II. tt No. 3 while '.8 la
I(-Nti S veueru tt M
CA1TI.K-First quality 00 Ct & W
UOJt-Wiiteri A ti U 6 si
UllAIN-Whtat-No. Sred..... O tH
Corn Nun raised., Q KW
04tk No. 5 railed .. u 3tt
FLOUIt Winter pa cnt iu (IIU
UltAIN Wheat No. ; ml. .... Tl
Corn Mlartl. . II u KM
Out. M led. U ii
rOHK Wc U B 00
AltO Sleaui. UO.VJ
To cur, or money relundod by your merchant, so wny not try
Tho fleet Mass Wist.
Priss lighting msy not be a plesaant sub
ject, but it teaches a lesson nevertheless
the Inability ot man to hold the chsmpion
ship for any length of time. How unlik
that great chsmpion of health, Hoitetter's
Stomach Hitters, which hit never been
beaten, ami for fifty years haa met and con
quered the wont cases of constipation, dys
pepsla, biliousness snd brer trouble. He
that a privste Revenue Stamp covers tha
Mck of the bottle.
Looks All ntcfci.
"Doesn't the bicycle make you feel
younger?" asked the expert.
"Well, I won't exactly say that." replied
the elderly novice, "but it certainly makes
me look younger."
"Why, to sail through ipace as I occa
sionally do certainly gives the sppearance of
youthful activity, no matter how f may feel
about It." Iluflalo Newa.
Mesns paying rent for a poor farm. Now
is the time lo secure a good fsrm on the
line of the Chicago, Milwsukee A. St. Paul
Hallway In Marinette County, Wisconsin,
where the crops are of the best, work plen
ty, fine msrkets, excellent climate, pure
soft wster, Isnd sold chesp snd on long
time. Why rent a farm when you can buy
ons for less thsn you piy for rent! Address
C. E. flolllns, Land Agent, 161 La Salle St
Wanted Ills Iteeord Corrected.
"You sre charged with scorching." said
the msgistrste in a stern voice. "The po
liceman who overhauled you ssys you were
going at least IS miles in hour.
"ITi sre must be some mistske about this,
your honor, f was"
"Oh, yes: of course, of course; they all
"Hut, your honor," continued the bicyclist,
I am positive that I was going at least
30 miles an hour." Ohio State Journal.
Do Ysar Feet Ache anil llarnr
8hike Into yeur shoes Allen's Foot-Kate,
a powder for the feet. It makes tight or
new Mioes leel r-isy. lures Corns, nun
I ions, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore,
, and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoe
Stores sell it, 25c. Ssmple sent FRKG. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le I toy, N. Y.
I'rrarhlna; and I'raetlce.
The mm who invented s perfect method
for the culture of the memory forgot his hst.
The msn who wrote a book instructing man
kind how to live a hundred vears diedst RX.
I The womsn who wrote s book to prove thst
I there is no death hss buried two husbands.
The Ileal l'rrrrlillnn for Chills
and Fever is a bottln of (ttovr.'s TssTrtw
Cnn.l. Tonic It hiinplylronandniilnlncli
atule!K4 form :J..-'ii-o no pny. Prtcc.fA
English as Written In Anatrla.
This curious attemnt at Knelish wst
; copied the other day from the label of a
bottle of kummrl at Kittliuhel: Thii fine
J aromatical liquor of cumin being carefullst
destillated bv me from exquisite green
cumin must be i (-commended at the best as
an excellent and savory hygienical middle."
N. Y. Tribune.
Ts Can a Cld la Oa Day
1'ako Laxatlvo flromo Oululno Tablets. All
druggists ref und money if ll folia to cure. 25c
"Crowded out to make room for more in
teresting matter," remarked the editor, as
he shoied aside a plate of beans and tackled
pie. Ohio State Journal.
i Kemember that Putnam Fadelesa Dyes
i sre the only dies in the world that are
Kuarammi to scire saiisijciton. li you use
Putnam Fadeless Dyes and are dissatisfied,
send the empty envelope to Monroe Drug
Co., Unionrille, Mo., and they will for
ward you 10c for every envelope of Putnam
An egotist is a man who ii unable to disguise-
the interest he feels in himself.-Cbi-csgo
I hsve found l'iao's Cure for Consumption
sn unfailing medicine. F. It. Lots, 1305
Scott St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1891.
We hsve heard of several, hnt never knew
t man who could enjoy a joke on himself.
Hall's Catarrh Car
Is taken Internally. Price 75c.
College graduates snd thermometers are
marked by degrees. Chicago Daily News.
One who hss a mind to think will soon
have a thinking mind. flam's Horn.
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the System
OVERCOMES iJfftD ' m$rm
our tmc fttttwiHt - MAM'ro ty
ret tu st sn Musit, mu ss m saint
THE lilt of women orerahadow their whole lire.
8ome women are constantly getting medical treat
ment nnd are never well. "A woman best understands
women's ills,' and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find
in her counsel practical assistance.
Mrs. Plnkham's address is Lynn,
Mrs. Madkl Good, Correctionville,
la., tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved
her life. She says:
" I cannot thank you enough for
what your medicine has done forme.
I can recommend it as one of the best
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pood so I concluded to try Lydia C. Pinkham's Vciretablo
Compound. After taking a few
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Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then
sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was
entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough."
Jlo. 105 Thtt handsos. skirt It made of fina qua. trail wool storm $errt tn the new fash
lonable thap; stylishly trimmed with black tatin from waist, in fancy design ars illustrated.
Notwithstanding the modest cost of this m us ultr of fashion, none of tha essential
moans to be
' touch with
OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE
In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to
eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to
partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good
faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to
$1.00 or above.
TDR. MOFFETT'S 1 I
EETHIN A !
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3&S3.50 8HOES JJo j
Worth $4 to fa compartd with
AIL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
TUS Stailll 1st. . U B..Wa'
Take no sobslliuts clilmrd
to I as good. Larrrit niakrrs
uC tt asi SJ.no shots In tbc
Ibrm If not. will lead 70.
slul ol lattb.r. Hi. aaf width, plain or cap too.
Catalogue 11 r'ree.
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bottles of your medicine, I was
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perhaps death, and am
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woman may be per
suaded to try your medicine."
Get Mrs. Pinkham's advico
as soon as you begin to bo
puzzled. The sick headaches
and dragging sensation como
from a curable cause. Write
help as soon as they ap
Mrs. Dole Stanley,
writes: " Dear Mrs.
Pinkham I was troubled
with sick headache and
was so weakand nervous,
1 could hardly go. A
Iriend called upon me one
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points that co to maka
up a strictly nrstIasa
skirt have been omitted.
wearing It bo
price is only
about half tho
value. To bo
ItUltnid throughout with
high grade percaline and
bound with best water
proof binding: mada with
under box plait and patent
snap fasteners In tht back
to prerent spreading open;
bound seams. Tha accom
panying Illustration having
been mada from a photo
graph of tha skirt; a ecu
rately portrays tha graceful
nets of each fold and Una
and gives a clear concep
tion of the way It will hang
when worn. This fa a bar
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