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IF IT WERE DONE -WHEN 'TIS DONE,
TTTEN TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.UIOKLY
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Overcoats & Sui
EBB TIDE OFF
Goods must be moved to make room for Spring . In order to
do this we have put the knife into them.
PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY.
IMMENSE OUT IN SHOES.
Nothing has escaped the keen blade.
"Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps.
Prices slashed in all lines at
GISH OOBNBB Ninth & Main.
OfficoovorG. V Campbell's, East
Bide Main Street.
HOrKINSVILLl, - KY.
DR. J. P. THOMAS
ma profession in
I will morion
ALL IT3 BRANCHES.
Office : Over Dank of HojiUnsvllle.
Junius C, McDavItt,
Offico'ovor Kolloy'a Jowelry Store,
W. W. CLARKE,
ArTORNEY AT LAW,
Office west st Jo of Court Sqasrc.
JAMES A. YOUNG, M.'l).,
Main and Oth Sts. Telephone
connoctionB house & ottico.
Andrew Searzent, M. D.,
MUSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ilk. noalaenea oa Kortb
Telcpbono connection!, ..-.
(Under Vew Management.)
srro Sample llooms.
' BATES - - - $2jerDsy.
Special rates by the week.
c,,Mil&M. EvanBVille, ma.
GRAY & YOUNG, Prop.
K. NINTH ST.. NKAU MAIN.
Shaving 10c. Shampooing 25c.
Hnlr Cuttiug 25c.
" sll done ,n
Isteat f saUlos. Hatlafactloii guaranteed.
Dr. W. P. Lawrene,
Physician & Surgeon,
DISEASES OF THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE,
rfTifl,7 tli FI - 1 i
lui . ci i
couvirU - i i t
Of Oieli"i .l Plr S
Swds, I! i't, Rct4,
Smss Frii It, C aw j
VIlM Ml- I Hi '11
lice m u vn I'm
Bill ho .ail. I MEs
UaU ft.fi'i '' NCW
tf $ i d t . , "
- T ,
- '".' , s,,
"ASAKrSlS"Rtvn)tmlnt ruler oni nan l"'"""'1"
Cure for I'll... rriratl. ir
rrce. Adilrw"A A k kls,
Uox10,Kw Yurie Uty.
Advice 10 "Women
If you would protect yourself
from Painful.'Profusc, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation
you must use
niiiTinsTH.Lic Avrll W. IV.
Tll will cert IY lliat twa momUira of my
tent from TtiAtiklriink Irrruu'iirll),
ln treated wltttout lieoeni hv
of nriidllflil' rciumo !tW"5.' "
iffect l liruinuuuniui' ........-
WTualilelufuriaatWB ollf"jili ii
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
xoit alivnY vmraatsxa.
Marked down to the lowest
Thousands of muI iinil desolate
homos have been lnntlo happy by uso
of "Itoso Duilt," which have proton
an absobito cure for the following
their dfelrcwliiff symptoms.
Ulceration, Congestion and Fulling of
tlie Womb, uvanan Tumors uiopjy
oftho Womb, 8upprcMl
Itiinturc at Childbirth, of any
complaint oiicinatiiijr in dUcae of
the leproductivc organs; whether
tight lacing, ovcrwoik. excoses or
iniscarihiges. One lady writes u
that nlior suficring for ton years with
Lcucorrhou or Whitos (hat oiio application
entirely cured her, and
sho sutlers no moic pain cluring
the menstrual period. It is a wonderful
icgulator. "iIoo Jlutls" aro a
simple, harmless preparation, but
wondciful in effect. Tho patient can
apply it herself. No doctor's examination
necessary, to which all modest
women, opccia'lly touiijr, unniairicd
ladies fcorlouely object, from the lirst
application you will feel like a now
woman, Trice $1.00 by mail, post
paid. Tho Lkveuktt Srr.ciKic Co.,
33a Washington St., lioslou, Mass.
"Ho stole a watch," said tho policeman
roferring to tho prisoner. "Then
ho shall do timo," ropliod tho Judge.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassol, Wis.,
ttas troubled with Nouralgia and
lilinutnatisni, hii stomttcho wat disordered,
his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appotito fell unoy,
and ho was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Threo Lotties of Elee
trie Bit tors cured him.
Eclunrd Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111.,
had n runniug soro ou hia let' of
eight years' standing. Used throo
bottles of Jilootric IMttors and suvon
Iwies of Duvklon's Arnica Salvo, and
his lo is sound anil ttoll. John
Speaker, Catawba, O., had live largo
Fovor soros on his leg, doctors saiu no
was incuruulo. Ouo Iwttlo lilectnc
and ono )kx Bucklou's Arnica
Salvo cured him entirely. Sold at
I.0. Hard wick's drug storo.
Sho "Did you over try bowling V
Ho "Gracious, no! It aw woquires.
too much thought aw don't you
know, to keep score." Judge.
When Biiiroring from tliont or lung
troubles, tnko only such ' medicino
ns lias boon provod worthy of Confidence.
Such n remody is Ayor'a
Chorry Peetoralj n specific forsudded
colds, and iuvnluablo in all forms of
pulmonary complaints. Sold by
iiruggibts, Prico $1.
Jowoler "Movo lively now! Wo
must hitto snap iu this establishment."
Ollico boy "If n follor o' my si'o nt
$1 u weolt nin' a hiiap, what is?"
Looking; ToHurU tlin Humnt,
'J lie world bus nhuijs treated m
Well, und otery 'ny I feel loss and loss
like seoldlnp; nnd u liiplHlnliiy. But
yet I would not wnnt to inako this my
eternal residence. I lovo to watch tho
clouds, and to bulliem.r soul Iu the bint
seaof hcavon; but 1 expect when tho
firmament is rolled nuuy ns a scroll to
see a now heaven, (.'ruuijor, higher and
wore clorlous. You ought to b
to oxchsnifo yeur body that has
headaches and sFdeaolies nnd weaknesses
Innumerable, Hint limp with
tho or fehtors with tho
thorn, or damn on tbu funornl pyre of
fevers, for an itii'.iuuptlblo body and
an eye. that hlmki not baforo the Jaipur
p;ates und the i,'runt white t tiro no, Hut
between that and there Is nu hour
about which no m.in ihould be
or foolhardy. I -doubt not your
coursjre, but I tell yon that you will
want soinothlnf better t'tnn u Btronjr
arm, a pood aim urn) trusty sword when
you oo me to your but Usttln. Vou will
need n bstUr robe thxn any In your
wardiob to keep your nrm In that
place Talmpge, In I.sdlo' Ilomu Journal.
McCoiltls I ww Jiiymiltli driving
with a murrlwl woman yyatordny.
McCoiUle llutU was his own wife.
SlcCracklo (astonlihed) Vou don't
sayl llrooklyn I.ifs.
The oily ol Washington was first
called tho Iwliunl llty" by 1'iwi.l.Uiit
Washington, and Iu thu records ot time
uutll hepteinbsr I', 1701, whn the ooni
inlsioinn directed that the federal
dUtriot should bo called tho territory
ot Columbia, and tho l'cclerul elty th
l,ty 9 WuiUlugtvn,
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will
siiroiy uo you gooti, it you liavo a
Cough, Cold or any other troublo with
Throat, Chost Or Lungs. Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to
givo rohof, ormonoy will be paid back
Sufferers from La Grippo found it
just tlu thing nud under its uso hud
n appody and perfect recovery. Try
n siimplo bottlo nt our o(ense nud
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottles freo at II. C.
"On my travels I saw a great many
pictures by Kubens." "Oh yes; ho
was tho artist who painted so mauv
Bpurious pirtmos." Pliegendo
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
i no Host balve in tho world foi
Uuts, Uriuses, Soros, Ulcers. Snlt
Kheum, Forer Soros, Tottor, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Pilos, or no pay required. It id guaranteed
to givo perfoet,satisfaction, or
iuuuoy reiuuuou. itico m cents per
u"i. tor saie uy xi. is. uarnor.
If you do uot want gray hair uso
Hairs Vegetablo Sicilian Hair Ifo-
Too sharp for love Frank "Lovo
laugus at locksmiths." Way "But
uiunua ,'nuvous jnoan wnon onoa
mamma is also chaporono." Now
Jheronro somo patent medicines
mat nro ruoro marvelous than n do
zen doctors' prescriptions, but they're
ui uiusu mm proiess to cure
iiverylioUy, now aud then, fools
"run down," "playod out." They've
tho will, but no power to gonornto
miuity. iuoy,ro not sick enough to
call a doctor, but just too sick to
1)0 tvoll. That's where tho right
imi ui u ijuiuui inouicino comes in,
and doe? for a dollar what tho doctor
wouldn't do for loss than livo or ten.
"Wo nut in our claim for Dr, Pierco's
uoiuon Jleiticnl Discovery.
, it to no nu unoquolod
remedy to purify tho blood and
tho liver. Wo claim it to bo
lasting in its olfocUi, creating an
appotito, purifying tho blood, and
provontiiig Billions, Typhoid nud
-Malarial fovers if tnknn In t!n,n
Tho timo lo tuko it is whou you ilrst
toel tho aisrus of IVOarillOSfl. Tim Hmn
to tnko it, on tronoral nriueinlos. Is
'W oil, did tho govornor firo you
whou ho lioard of that escapado?"
"No ho didn't firo ho ouly hauled
mo over tho coals," St. Josoph Daily
IlaU'H Hoir Rouowor provonts
nud btops tho hnir from falling.
When you borrow money you borrow
troublo, but nt tho samo timo you
sometime incroaso tho troublo of tho
follow who lends it
Can You hat
Iloartily, with relish, and without
If uot, wo recommend
to VOU Hnml'M B.;..:ii'
...l.tl I . "iiiramilllll
which creates a good appotito and m
invigoratoa tho stomach and bowels
.?" I3 Proporly digested and
all its nutrimoiit nssinfilatiid.
Hood's Pills nro purely vegetablo,
perfectly harmlowi, but do
Dot CAIISO Da 11 nr i.riru, Tii ...... ,"
" ' "u ol"" w
t J',U',mi(I?,yo" liU0W abo,'t
iiKditutioiiH, anyway T" "American
instltutions"retorted tho ,?.
ohtat orator. "I'm one of them I"
TIMwiW1 U! ,,Um,m
AV (istpolimiimto t through
UiorarMofiikln. S.S.S. not ouly
doeathis.butltforcoH out also the
prins which nmlto tho jwison, ami
iHiihlHupthogenoriil health at tin
smile timo. Do not toko any Jmita.
tious or aiilMtltutM, for S. SI S. for
you will lie disamwlntod, Thoro ii
on y ono Swift's pocilc, nndllioio is
nothing like it.
Blir' 'J; ,,V,i?'t No- n Q"ioy
Mfilford, .Moiw., 8nyH that her
uivumr iii (jeen ctiriMt of Scrofula by
Uib use of four Ixitthw of s. S S
itfturliutjritfhjuj 1111,1.1, other treaN
iniit ant Iwiug reduced to qnito n
biv ooudUloti of JiuultJj, us It was
thought hho could ot liio.
Tu-.i conisi ,h ana Skin Ulteatet iusllv4
ti IVT SPEC1FI0C0., Atlanta Qa.,
IOO - -U Kj.
THE BEST FOR EVERY FUAPMC.
TADDLll TOUll 0W CAXOB.
" Voyiuron on life's N,
TO jourgolf be tru.
And whuto'er your lot ntr tw,
l'addln your onn oaooe. '
"To yourself bo true," "and thou
cant't not then be- falte to ny mn."
"Self-love is not so vile a tin aj
Then " be wlie f o-day, 'tis
matliieM to defer." Get Dr. l'lsrctfa
Golden Medical Dltcorery, for U affections
of tho lungs and throat. It St
llkcwltt a wonderful liver tank, and
All tht year round, you mar relv nnon
Dr. Pier IB Golden Medical Dtscovnn.
It's not like the sarairlla, that aro
aid to be eooC i 1 for the blood In March.
April and May. The "DlsooTSry"
works equally well at all time, and In
all cases of or humors, no
matter what their name or nature. It
cures all SUn, Sealp and Scrofulou
all'ectlou'. m Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
White P welling,
Hip-Joint dUeaae and kindred ailments.
It's the eheaput sold
through druggists, because you only pay
far ike nood vou cret.
Your money Is returned if it doesn't.
Can you ask more 7
Ctncmaiui Pvm. C
aVr9n 1 MM Tit .left Mftlttf llla UftI4n
hifM owntr bif fr,ftj I ti 4, UM
in i r ' i ww1jh in! tu
r i- ike t" itil vtnu 1b tlift
ri - tuu tr X fe. Co., Itoltr !-
in.l trUVr JUb'
OPIUM .mi pa.'.. BwA of t ii i -
it u biitiik, w II
'' ATImV.S'IA.UA. ( MBt'isTi Wat.b'ni
When flo"i rr not to be had In
abundance, k decoration let
both Iioum' nml tub', for a 'J'hankaaiv
lag feMt in iy liad by usinif tml.
wheat or com for the mantels, over
picture, ami on iluirim' tables, If
corn is ukmI, IkjIIi Die hiMk and corn is
tho car, aa well aw t'c tif!)ld atalloi,
are very effective. Autumn vln and
scarlet berries tnsj bf nuy". with Utm.
Tho decorations should b tied with
huge bows of m tin nblxm In onuige or
scarlet. Fancy trllt baskets May ba
used on the table to hold the linnehM
of grain, bearlot peppars iriv r. ho
touch of color acd sr qed with good
effect. Chleago InUr Ocean.
rHlart HnU ItiHia.
Tower boos appe.ir covihil eost and
clonk co 1lnr urr !ui -lined and cat so
I hi ph. In sitneornnet', however, such
collars aro far lew, becoming than tlie
son lurry or leainery u.a wmca tonus
such n plouruMiiu) tij trsme
vo mo isce, leumnu rnec 10 toe ognr,
tho long uh4s Height sad
style. 'Put tteW intuT are certainly
larger, ami nlto fur less proteeure.
Beal, sabls, uaiiili, uti,iUoun, itix anil
bcarekm i Ilia moat populwr fttrs thlfl
year. An nttimut h en iad agmin
to reinstate ormtpe hi public favor for
certain uses, but with 1U1 suossss.
A kjmnll I ftafiUnls.
Iloucksper I know that milk fresh
from ths oow Is wri m, but that you
loft bore yestowtsy nns hotshot and
thin, too, just aa if boUlno; water had
beon pourid in it.
th inlik's aU right,
mum no water in it, no. Irulood, ixtiTi.
hun how earoa it Uf
be almost bolllutf hot'
Milkman Wliy -i
..-you sue, mum,
some o' the coirs has typiiuUl fevor.
-. - 1. 4.
What ttM Out tho hi: ntrla.
A lady reeontiy m that her
dauirhtar who was atlsndiu school was
nonrly worn out iln ltsr studies; sho
told me how many Loolrs the daughter
was stuUylajf and how many hoars (he
Was poring oyer them In tixl and at
night, and that It was to? luuch'torhcr.
I aslcod th motlier t examine her
duujrliUr's school satoliel uud (w If It
did not ooatala othei than iuhool lK)k.
Sho did so, and go me a list of soyeral
exoitlutr not vis. I thsu told bur to sea
what book her daujrh'ar hs4 uuilsr her
pillow at nllfht, wfurther it was hor
Kiifflrali rrattituav, 'nllih literature or
a noval, nud It wai alwava s noral, Ho
it was plain to mo that it was not by
hcrKchoolriMllsstSi.il, tlila yamt$hidy
was wom oat, tmt by i. of sloan nnd
me oxeitantsat or u . iv t hug, and
that is what weur rrat many
young psopln. II . h ' iitluuoua
novsl reading, th i ' iri must go
to a party mi.w i h - Li'lcaml
stay up un'l'i i m , t. ..no o'elooW,
then she mint i. , i . I .III nsxt
day and with tjis tr il' I' Wiip up
with hor uii.i ij u .v ui wisti
the demands of soo " .. id f.tohion.
nor nuaitit nivr i w i I vut. tlia
brcnH;diin n a way eli n,reil u
siiwy, wnco k silo w'i, . i nif kunnly
siulavotj uvK'iri' oscleotiMit, It ft
notliNtil that lurrn.'. cil wm wautd
do hr an naras. i .wia Kmly
Dr. J. II Kol.'oji of lU Katthj Orssb
BuiilUinim. . '
Ethel- Hlr. 1lomm and Alr.lfnl,
bell will (mil this f.miiiifc, Oraes, vou
b.,.,. l'l,..l l.ll P., il'JiT
"I'm... ?. iiiiv qillll, uo (lrU)outrnlt
thenil" draco "Let's inopoto.0
, m - -
WniU'r (iulHUtllhl "Havhvoh
ior jpitton auytkln sirl" Mi. iWant
(with asperity) "I Mmm I s ,v m,
Forgottm tnoro thutiyoii ctor know,"
Now York Press,
A GAMBLING GHOST.
Mcillrnl n u.lml. V.it.l llr n Apparlllan
tthn I'larril WliNI.
1 hU dtory bdd by a yonno; medico,
anil wc all know that medical itudents
are of a peculiarly resolved, reticent
snd nber raee, nvtrw tocxsirgaratlon
and rprrrirkable for tho veraoity of
their nosoJotes Ho who told the fol
lowing aalortWilnrf expotlsnoo said that
lttfok at Ru lhirthnlomow's, or
(wrlmrn It was Uy s or wu Thomas-.
Tho tflnt at th I u if is that It took place
at a boMiltul.
It wan evenina;, nn I not lato. Unoot
tlm roslrktit lnnio physicians a yotitil
Man, wtt i n (rienil, nlso n younff
leal twin, whoio evldcnco can lo pro-
oarwl to oorrooorule tho story was
nUylnir a doublo dummy, with an no-
eompatiimont of tolxieco and whisky
and water. They had been playing
some tunc, nothing unusual happening.
They wer i healed at a square table.
Ono of them, nt tho beginning of a now
iramo, had to deal t Ith his owu
ns tho rulo nt doublo dummy.
When ho hail finished n most wonderful
thing happened. Tho cards o' tlio two
dummies were taken up by Invisible
hands, which arranged them and hold
them In tho usual fail ike form. It was
as if the carls were lu tho air.
The two men looked at each other
and at thin phenomenon with stupefaction.
If they had not been men ot
seleaco they would hnve fled shrieking.
'then tho dummies' hands wero sharply
rapped on the table.
"That means piny," tt hlspeml one of
thorn, and, w 1th n gap, he led.
Tho Hay of tlie Invisible dummies
was all right. Tho lending partner
took t'ie trlek nnd relumed, changing
the suit to show the hand she held. I
say she, becnttse by this tlino titer wero
vUlbla the hands nud nrms that held
tho cards, but nothing more. Ono of
tho player wns a woman with baro
amis showing from of white
laest) her flngew had rings on them.
Tho other was n man's, with nn ordinary
eort slfero and whlto cuff.
Tho men put down their pipes nnd
removed the whisky and water to another
table. They played the game in
solomo si once. Prenjntly it becamo
appnrrat that tho Woman played a
masterly game. She held good cards;
so did her partner. They scored In tho
first rub iloub'o treble nnd the rub,
and In tho second treble, single nnd
""orer," mv narrator told mo, "did
I play wlt'i u finer plavor. Sho seemed
to know by Instinct w hero every card
In the park was. At tho ond ot tlie
doublo rubber tho arms disappeared.
Ttray went atvay ns they rnmc I have
never seeir them since, though I often
invited them to comu by dealing tho
esrds on tho table. I have often won-dared
who the lady was; young, as I
gathered from tho appearance of her
arms; a gentlewoman, ns was shown by
tho taper finger, and the rings and the
laee und a certain wny of carrying her
arms. Frolicsome, as sho proved by
her sitting down to play with only her
arm flslblc; unmarried, from tho absence
of n wedding ring.
"Who could she bo? Why wus sho
brought to the hospital? What Is her
story? Why did sho die so young?
4bove all, how eould she, at her early
nge, have acquired sue. a knowledge
of whist? It isvoryrnrj to find n girl
pishing whist even deoei tly. Perhaps,
sffcr leaving the hospital," ho added,
iith some delicacy of experience, "she
nay hare found opportunities for
Aa for her companion, ho was
jornparatively uninteresting. Ho had
chalked stones on his fingers, and ho
was only a mediocre plnyer. no neglected
his partner'h lead, ho bottled her
trumps, nnd once ho throw away tho
king of trumps not oven trying (o savo
tt by an obvious finesse. Hut the lady
the lady she, Indeed, was diTlncl"
P ETRIFIED TREES.
ll'orMt orstonp Tliat Corcr Tliou.anJa
r Ac rra.
from the Atlantlo .t Pncldc railroad
.t Is not hanlto reach one of tho
of natural curiosities tho petrified
forest of Arizona. Much tho nearest
point is the llttlo station of Hillings, but
there are the scantiest accommodations
for the traveler. Ouly a mile south of
the track, nt that point, one may see a
Mm, dark rlutrc marked or a slnirlo
sottoiiwoml tree, AValktng thither (over
a valley so ullvo with Jack-rabbits that
there is Mima excuse for tho cowboy
declaration that ''you can wnlk clear
aoroas on their h teks!") ono soon
nmches the northern edge of tho forest,
which covers hundreds of square miles.
Unless you nro mora hardened to
sights than I nut, you will almost
fancy yourself In some enchanted spot.
Vou seem to stand on the class of a
nuitlokaVeldoioopo, ovor whoso sparkling
surfaou tho tint breaks in lnfinlto
rainbows. oti nro ankle deep in such
chip aa 111 wiirruut you never saw
from any other woodpile. What do
you think ot chips from trees that tiro
red and amethyst, and
imoky topaz, nnd ituato of every huo?
Su !, are those mnrvolous splinters that
oter the ground for miles hore, around
the huge prostrato trunks somo of
tlMtn live feet through from which
Time's patient tto has hown thorn. I
broko n spoclmen from the heart of a
free there, years ago, which had
around tho stono pith n romarkabls
array of largo and exquisite crystals;
for ou ono sl.Io of tho spoclmon which
I not so larjf.i ns my hand Is a
muss of crystals of royal purple
amethyst, and ou the other an equally
beautiful array of smokr topaz crystals,
Ono can got also magnificent cross sections
of a wholo trunk, so thin as to
ba portable, and showing erory vein
and and ovon tho hark.
Thoro In not n chip In all those mllsi
which Is not worthy a p'neo, just as it
Is, lu tho prou lest cabinet; and, whou
polished, I know, no other rock so)
inlondtd. It It out of tho hardest
itonos In tho world, and takes and
keeps an lmcompara bio polish. Charles
fc laimmlt. In HU Nicholas.
A DYING TRADE.
Tlie Art of Woiiliir Haft Cr.eti Pail
Among the lost arts, such as tho (era
poring of bronze, milking flexible glass
ana Hie manulncturo of Tyrlan purple,
we will soon havn to number unother
namaly, tho weaving of rag carpets. To
P sure, you onn still buy tho factory.
undo article, but that la not tho sort
that we associate with recollections of
an room, with its high-post
bedstead, whltetvashed walls,
windows and aclawfooted
chsral glass In tht corner. In those
days tho rags wars cut out and sowed
by tlm flro In tho long winter evenings,
nod often the csrptt was woven on tlio
uld woodon loom up gsrrst, but usually
the material was sent to tho old towu
weaver, who was as Important a
ns either tho butcher, tho baker
or the candlestick maker.
Thp old weavers aro dy lug out through
luck of patronage, but tho other day a
6tar reporter found whoro ono still
works, down by the waterside. It Is a
qutor old houso with squares
and pauols of carpet hung tapestry wise
oyer mo xrotit dj way or ailvertlsement
Tho proprietor Is a llttlo, drlod and
withered spcclmeu. much bent by
over his loom.-Ho camo from the
'low eountrlos In Holland nearly fifty
.ysars ago, There hs was a flax weri
hy trodo but. Anurlcaj) "''tflfm1
'l'l I' I I I""! I "I-
tfirewtilmoiitof work years hgo, and
he has leon carpet Weaving over sinco.
"It used to be n good trade, ' ho said,
"but uow it Is dying out" He still has
work enough to keep b.ni, hut Alncrb
cans do not uso many rag carpets notti
he sells the most lo his own country
men. Ilo works twelve hours n tiny,
winter and summer, and turns out
'about slxteeun yards a day. Weating
costs culs ajard, nnd ho
furnishes the warp. If he furnishes
Ihc rags, loo, It eosls about twleo that
IJtazsof nigs wore standing around uh-
iler the shelves anil In one corner was
in pile of balls, lnnihi from strips his
'wife nud children sewetl at tiiaiit.
j Tho loom was the most prlmltlvo
Itnodol known; yet on ono but llttlo
ruder tho N'avnjos make their famous
'waterproof blaukots, nnd upon ono but
lllttlo better tho Hindoo the
famous "woven wind of India. Hwbs
really so ancient-looking that It was
'disappointing to lliul Hint it wns mini
las Into as lt55. The working warts
from much oil and hnndllng, had taken
on the rich tints of seasoned meer
schaum, nnd tho rest was smoke-browned
to a deep kIcuiia. Willi tho
background of dark shadows and tho
tirlghlwnrp thread i running through
the center it iiiado it study worthy of an
Thcro nro no longer any appprenllces
at tho trade. No one wants to learn
hand weaving now. Tho old mini said
tho last pupil he hail was during tho
crate several years ago,
Ono society girl oiinto down nnd Insisted
on learning lo weave, but hor enthusiasm
soon irave out. an I since then tho
old man has hail his trade to1iini9cU..
TEACHING A HORSE TRICKS.
A Trench 1 Metier Ibst tl In Hard
Work, llrr t itltaluml.
Tho grcutest living trainer of performing
horses Is tho frenchman. Loyal.
Ho makes no secret of his methods,
which have of teu been published latest
In that carious and entertaining book
by I.o Itoux and (Tnrnler, "Acrobats
Tho horse, in tho opinion ot this ex
perienced man, Is ono of thouiillest mil
uialscrcatcdiit has but one fault mem
ory. It must bo forced to Unrn Its
tricks which nro Imprinted on Its memory
by tho whip If It resist, nnd by
presents of carrots If It obey. These
are associated In Its mind with certain
words or gestures and it goes through
the list from tear of punishment on ono
hand, and in hope of reward on tho
This Is certainly different behavior
from tho lively Interest taken by horses
In racing, fox hunting and cuttlo herding,
the actlvo obedience uud
of war chargers or tho steods
used by firemen; but In theso nnd similar
Instances the animal, naturally
gregarious and nccustomed to compote
with his fellows is doing what seems
natural to him, and his exertions hayo
an object and result that ho can comprehend.
Tho feats of the circus, on the contrary,
depend for their popularity largely
iu forcing the animal to do what Is
contrary to nnturo, such as strutting
about oa his hind legs poising himself
on psdsttals where thcro Is ssoreely
room for his feet, lylug down to bo
tramped upon by his master or mistress
balancing upon a narrow pathway in
imitation of an equilibrist, and other
things the more out of tho wny tho
better in the estimation of the populace
In which a horsa cantalro no lotarmsl,
and must loso that self-respect ond
prido which nio so manifest lu him under
under 'better oirosmsta tecs Whilo
these foats aro ustoulshllig, they are
rarely graceful or agreeable to tho
Any horse, ncc.inlin7 to M I.nyal, can
bo trained by Jint. clout force; yet certain
breeds as tlm Arabian horses arid
tboso from Old I'rulft aro tmstar to
teach than any others nnd the ngn is
ot great Importance. Tho best
Is received between tho fifth and
ssventh years of tlie animal's llfs; before
that tho hor is too xoitub!e;
sftsrward. likely to bo stiff. Frank
COULDN'T EAT HIS SOUP.
How III. Drlllirliiti. "prflfctnjr
llrrrlrr.l tho Wxllrr.
A certain literary German whoso
manner of spunking wns extremely de
liberate and who iticopiMiireil of im
petuoslty of any sort uinlermiy
had an mnnsiiig rxperluee In a
restaurant ono day. He was a well
known figure umo.ig the p.ttrous of
tins parllciiur restaurant as ho seldom
dined anywhere ule, und he generally
wasBcrveii ny a wilier wlio had bo
como used to his wny of sinking; but
ono day a new waiter took his order
nnd brought his soup. '-J win not oat
this noun." said tho lrentleuian. kIowIv.
not lookiuji up from his plnta. after ho
had summoned thu waiter for tho sec
ond time. 'I ho iiiuii Kolnl tho olToiid
ing dish before the cusdunor oonld
finish tlm srnteiice and vanished
with It Ho renppeiued in u uiomont
with nuotlivr supply of the soms soup,
which ho placed before the gentleman,
aud then ttood luguuling him with an
anxious (ace, wondering what eould bo
tho reason tho soup ifmnluod uutastsd.
--JL can not eat mi nii, ' again slowly
remarked the lllonire iiiuii, "Why not,
sir? What Is tho matter?" stummored
the unhappy waiter, been told
he was serving nn Importnnt person,
"I can uot cut this soup," sakl the
genius calmly, for Hit- third timo,
"bcoauso 1 have not as 't been provided
with a spoon." nnd looking yp
to catch tho of relief on th
waiter's face, hu Indulged In tho low
ohuckle wh ch tviw tlio only expressloa
of ainusL'ineut to winch ho ever gavo
way. Chlcjgo .News
It Ii tbit Imparity la tho blood, which,
In the elands ol tlio neck, produces
unsightly lumps or snelllati; which
causes painful tunning sorts on the arrai,
legs, or feet; which deulopes ulcers In tho
eyes, cara, or note, often ciusin j Kindness or
deatncsi; which Is tho origin of plmplca, cancerous
crowthj, or tho many other
usually ajcrlbtd to "huraoni" which,
f utcaine upon Uis lunjs, causes consumption
asd death. Beln j tho raoit ancient, It Is th
inoitrencralotali dlitases or attectlon j, for
Very tew penons aro entirely freo from 't.
lly taking Hood's Sarjaparills, which, by
tho rernarkitle cures It hu accoropllihed,
often when other tnedlclaes havo falloJ.lm
proven Itself to bo a potent sod peculiar
medicine for this disease. Somo ot thctft
cures ro really wonderful. If you auger from
scrofula, bo aurs to try Hood's SaitaparlUa.
"My daughter Mary was afflicted with
old till she tccarao six years ot ago. Lumps
formed la her neck, and one ot them after
crowing to the iltoof a pigeon's egr, became
a ruulas sore for over thrco years, Wo gavo
her Hood's Bariapatllla, when the tump and
all Indications ot scrofula entirely disappeared,
and now tho if wis tabs a healthy
child." J, B, Ojinuus, Naurlght, H. J.
If. B. Ba suro to get only
Bl4bsldnitili. lslx(oiss, 1'rtparoJonlf
a I. HOOD A CO., ApolkcailtJ,UwsU,IUb
00 Doses. On Dollar
H.i: WaTHEUST 20 YEARS.
OLDS mSAlEEVEUY WHERE
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Drug Co. "trw Baiumoro, i
11m t.r t Crmii.
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wrtkout ttra cost ruticulan u4 lmi,tl
A. J. TOWER, - noston, Mass,
be a mm
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jmra ajo nud ntuckcj I 7 fit, uh. u.A had anf
liUtiiavi uinil aiiicu u wk iim.' mu.si 01
tau rvutiy. 1 uioas senruiy sunns mi ik
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ba'eea 1 ev) uaad a frUoU bnttlo nil tiwrnblliig
and uaaititM4inapinri,nuii 1 iejti,
ki u..l mui a u full ot ambition nnj life,
1 iiwiuin t UlJ not twn (orsiuta tint anJ
Iy toeuiiimul tl ss as anasllaut nn
tunia I JL
mbl Kiwik on Kniim.
.cm ant freo la any a4 inws.
FREEHS tyUstiN can sImi olialn
instiieiiio jico or miniica.
TM wu4.hu nrnMiS li.IL SimndJ
iVM'i.m. it r rt.Wirn. InJ. aSss Wa nii
nowprrt doiiUarUdlravUB DrUTs
KOEH'O MED.CO., Chloago, III.
Irnin:l''il ret MaltM. flaVSS
In Lrnisrilln. Ily. by Ifetur Allonfy
201 E. Market SU
L Hi Hi
Through Trunk Line
Olnolsnv mi EgtDD. Lo'jsr
E 'annw'1 0, Bt. Louis,
And the cities nt
Naohvillo, Iforaphls, Mont
Mobllo, and Now Orlaacc,
Showiest A Quicktst Bout
From St. Louis, i5aii8Yill" miO
Thronclr OHf .
Front auovo cities tu JsiuUi
PULLMAN .PAL A.!.;.
Fpr AUIUUH, Hav '
ConnoctionB tin) umdn nt Guthrio uutl
Nnlivi"o for all ioint
NorthKviBt, South and West,
In Pullman I'tUneo Cnra.
EMIGRAN rS SrkS .fc
tills road will rocalve sjiecltil low ral
Sao amenta of thin oompauy for rutn
routca A , or tvrito to
C. T Atof , U. V A; T A
f H-UJ, Hfc HrttccTkas11
Cotton B'ilt Route,
St. Louis, Arkansas
and Texas Ry.
THE IIMiV LINK 10
Arkansas and Teas f
Twit, Daily Trains
Xo Chaiiijo of Cnra lo
PIN'K l'liUI'I', TBXAHKAyA. IT
Or ItuormtHilato i'olnts.
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ELKOANT DAY fi vcl'i;.
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lou lloiigf, am New Oilmus,
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