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i (if AST VAVKH IN A CITY OF 8,000 mm m or M two, w mnuTiM A Live, Nentj an i FrogreMlve 8EKI lEtkLI At Ml $2 Ml TUB Complete Job Office IN CONNKXTION. VOL. XII NO. 45." IIOPKLNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE G; 1690. 42.00 A YEAR. 1 1 1 TESSA If, illi iiltiiQllr Owintr tn thfi rnntinued rush for the Marvelous Bargains offered in our Great Dress Goods Sale we are con strained to continue through this and next week, let the loss be what it may. Beginning Monday morning we. offer additional attractions. For genuine oargams visit us. SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS. .Siijwrior quality! Will prove an liilervstuig bargain. iuio TO.LE DU IMORD, Ami other lino diess coloring. Tina sale w. IMPORTED SCOTCH GINGHAMS. Magnificent goods, perfect colors, fine cloth, value 20c, Bale prico 1 J eonta.. ANDERSON GINGHAMS, - Finest gingham mudo, celebrated tbe world over, and aHtial vnluo s)0e. This sale lar. HANDSOME CALICOES, Now Suinmor dress stylos, sntino finish, all novoltios. Sale price Co. ., -BASSETT&CO. wjum What CftHarU ji Dr. Sum! PlteTir pIJ. fcarml mA qalclt ufi tow ; lalkaU jund Clilliiraa'a Complain t- Suyrlor to Vmmtcr Oil, Poronrip or WarcBti Syrup a. Children ory for Ctorltfc. Mil tiont jot Mothr tlr Cfctoriu OurtoHtt rami Oolle, Ponnf lr(oo j J K-ur KUtliim'h, lHrrtifi-, fcrucUnti I ToDacGQ 81 J. a KEXDIIICIC. j. II. PETTCS. ,. GEO. S. IRWIX. T. W5UAW Kendriok. Pettus & Co., TOBAQCO SALESMEN. All Tolino-o Iimurml unions wo havo written instructions to : , : the contrary. tirSOLIClTIXQ YOVR PAT -fOXAOE. ,: - " JOIIX T. BODDIE, Boddie, Ky., Agent. H. WIIKKI.hB W. II. y.XN,n.Kk.Koeiir. WHEELER, MILLS & CO., :TOIJACCO: ;' . ' Warehousemen and Commission Merchants, " , miSSKLI.VII.l.B ASU n.II.IIHAI HTnKETX, HOI'KINSVrM.I, HT. g I.llioral Atlvnuro tm CoilflituimmU. -Ml 'i'kIimdo Sent n.C'OToriHl by liiMir.AU.. T. O. IIandebt. HAHBERY & 8HRYER. PROP'S, . HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. H Ttiix cH iiiatk' on toiint-i'ii in hUiiu. Uuoh fuai ur nnluwulliui wlMi tiiHlrui'tcil. Central v Tobacco "Warehouse, HOPKINSVILLF. KENTUCKY, "PorHonnl altoiilion paid to aainpliug.Mtd selling tobaooo. NAT (1 A ITU Kll, MnnnKor. PLANTERS WAREHOUSE. The Nat Gaithcr Co., Proprietors. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS Hoplrirxs-vlllo ZZzr. Llboi nl Allowniicns on To'bncco lit Store. WW' Month. frotirage to ))lnntir.. M. II, NFT.SON, T ! R. B. and 11th Sts. - Lilwral advances mwle on Tobaooo in owner unless written instructions to tho elegant stylos, colors Absoliitoly font pnco u. jut jum. ginghams, all tho latest designs and Is ! rmnmnefi'1 Cartorta for phlldwn'i enfnpltUuu.au aupftflar Uianjr prnciipU(Ml kuuwo to tu." II. A. Abthkk. M.P.. Ill to. OzforU BL, bnMkljH, K.T. Tas CanTAoa Oomtaxt, T7 Hurra St,( Kew York. varcliflflse. JOHN N.MILLS. M, F. Siiiitm. K. St. Jfc t JOLh ami Uth. fur Uiaim w ni ininubttnn. AH Wlmcco luiuiou JAM KS W KST. H.limtiiu. , - K. W. DAI1J1KV. Hopklrsville, Ky. store. All to'aosu insured at cost of i-outrnry. V Li- $1.88.:'" fortius ELECANTLY BRAIDED Jersey Suit, BLOUSE WAIST AND FULL SKIRT, LADIES' AND MISSES'. POSTMEN IN CHINA. Abat.mlou.. Rponk-rrtMr iadlvl4al. Pro t.eiril bj ri.ro. WumrtU. Aliout tbe niwtt ourioua InHtttution lo Chink ii the portal urrlce. It includes two quite dlutinet syaUims, one lor the irovtruiuoot oIIIl'UU aud the other for every one else Tbe dispatches of tho government are carried by mounted postmen with tolerable awlftnoss. Thoir arrlage and delivery are under the direct supervision of the Ministry of War In I'uktn. The people at large are not allowed to aond mall by the olUcial carriers. Thoy are obli;ed to transact all thoir postal busiuosa lhroutharauch aluwer mtnlium. In evory Chinese clly there are sev eral post-ofllcos which rooeivo and do liver in their respective distriota the mail ciatter of tho general puliliS Each gur.ntot tho aafu doll very of evory thing intrustvd to its care, and In case of loss of valuable pupon or goods reim burses tho sender without delay. The contents of evory package, howovor, must bo exactly declared at the time of mailing) as the postage varies with very trivial variations of value. Tbo postman of this branch of the mall service walk or ride on asies'from station to station. With some eighty pounds of mall matter a postman covers about three mlloi an hour. The minute he arrives at the end of the route he transfer, bis burden to the shoulders of another poituian. who. whatever the time of day and whatever the weathor, hurrtos oif to deliver it at the noxt sta tion. To keep himself ready for all emer gencies tho Chinese postman nevor fud dles Ills wiu by ovorcatlng. Ho always takeunry light meals. "Kate himself only seven-tenths full," the Chinese ay. Ho is usually a man of fine phys ique and loss afraid of ghosts, wltcbes, otc., than fortvnlno out of evory fifty of his fellow countrymen. In faot, an applicant for admission to the service is generally subjected lo a kind of elvll aervlce examination of his courage In withstanding the horrors of supernatural phenomena. If ha stands the tost with out quailing and proves that he has not Incurred tho enmity of any bad spirit which wight Interfere with him in tho discharge of his duties, he has taken a long step townrd procuring his appoint ment. This singulur condition for ad mission to the service Is universally oonsldured to bo quite proper, for the average Chlnamun Is so afraid of spirits and the dark that the slightest noise by tho waysido atnight would cause him to drop whatever he was carrying and dart oif like a shot to the nearest settlement. An ordinary letter may he sent 1M miles or moio for about eight cent. Thirty por cent of tho postngo is col lected In advance from the sender. This amount covers the exponao of trans portation, and Is a guarantee against fraud on the part of tho sender. Tho other seventy per cent is oollocted from the receiver, and represents the prollt of the servloo. The postmen often carry Tory ralua ablo mails. Traders Intrust to them drafts and stlvor bullion without hesita tion. To protect tho most Important mails small guards of soldiers are often used, or troopj of fighting oivlllans who havo especially trained themselves to fight uiall-rolibors. Three, four or flvo of theso oivlllans are always ready to tight at least a doien hlghwaymon. The mannur In whioh they proparo thorn selvos for suoh unevon combats Is an iulioratlon of a pugilist's training in punching the bag. From the roof of the empty shod in which the prsutlco Is taken hang on ropes ten hoavy sand bags. Tho man who Is learning to be a guard stands in tho midst of theso bags, while his instructor on tho outside sets them to swinging. The man among the hags then strlkos out right and loft with his fists for the purposo of punch ing tho bags away ftom biin. As soon as ho learns to keopall tho uagi In mo tion without letting thorn touuh him he is pronounced ready lo go oa tho road to knock out mall-robbers. -N. Y. Hun. LIVED AMONG CANNIBALS. AtlTmturr.j of llnron Who Rr,nt! Mar rl.it an Atuvrlean Wlr.. lleresford Alfred, Huron d'Knto, and his wife, neo Ifarnoy, whose first hus band was the Vincount do Nouo, are at the Southern. Tho Huron d'Ksto Is a Frenchman by birth, an Italian by do scent, an Kngllshinaii through his mother, and a roan ut muuy countries by virtue of travel and inclination. Ho wears bis title lightly, as one who ha eea much of the world and lived Sheer Satin Plaid White Goods. Very flue quality, 8ome Patterns, worth iie, This SalolOcyard Garner's Batiste. Yard wide, Bountiful Goods, mill price 10J cents, Sic. yard. De Laine Calico. Soft aud fine, new and rich designs, just out of loom, 7c. yitrcl. Armure Silk Sashes. Lov.lj quality, 1 jaola lo.ff, flM Ut make, Till Hale M.I. Black Organdie. Celebrated Dragon down from 20 cents, Hale lrice lfc. Dress Goods. The wonderful reductions of last wook still prevail here, every article mercilessly slashed. among tlioie nations where rank Is lev eled by necessity; and suuh is indeed tho case. ' In con vernation ynstcitlay he said that lio had ieiit tuuch of his life in the Hrltish colonies. Tho Union is a hand some man. with a Riinhurned face, speaks English like an Ungllxlimau. and does not look over forty years of age, though bo niuy lie older. As a young man ho spent several years In Aintnilla,'but In 1870, when cotton was commanding a very high price, he, In ceeipany with a number of friends, went into tho busi ness of raising the cnll oductontho Kijl lalauds. The islands at that time wero inhabited largely by cannibals, and white men, though assisUnl by the friendly natives, carried their lives in their hands, aud went constantly armed. "The sister of my first wife," said the Hnron yosterday. ''was shot down by the nativoi, along with her husband and their two children. The cannibals then attciuptod to carry off .the dead bodies, Intending lo eat them at their leisure in tho mountains, but fortunately rc-on-forcemcnts camo to our aid aud tho sav agos wero driven back. My business partner died, and some of tho wrotehos pilfered his grnvo of two thigh bones, which they Carried off to Ihelr mount ain retreat as trophies; but 1 found out who had been guilty cf the desecration, and succeeded in recovering tho bones. "I w as once on tho point of tasting human tiesh myself. Home of the natives bod been assisting us to build a house, and the completion of tho woik was celebrated with a feast. In tbe course of the dinner I helped myself from a dish whoso contents resembled pork, and was about to taste of it when a friendly natlvo nudged mo with bis oIIhjw and whlsiicred one Btiggcstivo and sufficient word '.Man.' I needed no fur ther explanation; hut it must havo been a great disappointments the cnunilmls, wiio would have been much pleased to thinkthnta white man had oaten hu man flesh. Our lifewascertainly adnn gerous one, but cotton was selling high and wo maJo money. In 1075 the En glish took possession of tho Island. I gladly joined their forces, and the can nibals were. all either killed or tnade prisoners." ' In IHT8 tho llaton left the Fiji Islands for India, where ho went into the busi ness of raising sugar, lln also spent some time in Madagascar, hut for tho past few years-lias been llvlnj In l'arls. tit, Louis ltcpubllo. Drunkenness Liquor Habit In all the World there Is but One Cure, Dr. Haines' Golden 8pecific. It cau 1 taken in a cup of tea or coffee without tho knowledge of tho person taking it, effecting a Hpoedy mid poniiaxent cure, whether tho pa tient is a moderate drinker or an al coholic wreck. Thousands of drunk ards have been cured who have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee without thoir kuowlodgo, and to-day believe they quit- drinking of thoir own free will. No harmful effect re sults from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Sond for circular and full narticulars. Address in confi dence, Golden Specific Co., 185 Kace Street, fjincinnnti, Uluo. "Whnt Now York paper do you lika Ivnnf 1" "Well, the Sun for EngliHh. The Herald for deaths. The Mail nud Ex press for coucoit, and tho Century Magazine for news."- Puck. I had calls for twelve bottloB of Smith's Tonic Syrup ono duy Ixiforo noon. There is no chill aud fever tnedicino that gives Btich good satis faction J. A. tlarifootl, Corinth, Mian. Miss Hyacinth I wish to submit some verses on spring. You will find it is a priceless ixioin. Editor That a lust what wo need. We uevor pay for poetry. Towu lopios. .. DO NOT SUrFER ANT LONGER. Knowing; that a cough can be checked in a day, and the first stages of consumption brokou in a wook, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, und will re fund the money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. H. II. Gainer, Druggist. ' bought at a Groat Bargain, Hand- Brand, warranted absolutely fast, SANDY M'FADDEN. He Foraak.. the Polltltril Pornm and Msk. It lilt a. a Auitlufie.T. Sandy MoFaddon did not got along vory fast as atump-epeakor for his ward. Ho was at perfect liberty at all times to gird up his loins and go about to help oloot some other follow, but he never was forced Into any affioo of trust or emolument himself. So he quit mak ing s pooches tor the boys and went into businosa as an auctionoer. Ho found this business oongenlnl, and It was not long until he mado his mark. Home of Handy'a oratorical efforts are woll worth preserving: "Now, la lies and gents," ho said oa one occasion, "lot me call your atten tion to this beautiful oil painting en titled 'Washington Crossing tho Dela ware.' Observe, if you please, tho at titude of tho Father of Ills Country as he stands in tho bow of tho boat and does the heavy yolling, while tho men at tho oars do the work. Heo him; with ills august finger lifted pointing tho way through the floating lco and urging the men to put in their best licks. In buying this pluturo, ladios and gents, you buy a picture of tho noblo Wash ington in his most horoio attitude. The orosalng of tho Delaware was an event of tho utmost importanco in our coun try's history. It Washington bad not orosscd the Deluwaro on that memor able oeoasion whore would he havo boen?" "He would have been on dls sldo," shouted a fellow on tho outskirts of the crowd. . Sandy checked the levity and wenton: "That was an occasion and this isa plctjro to stir ovory patriotic heart. And what am I hid for 11? Do I hear a dollar? Look at tho framo, ladios and gents. There's a frame that is worth a dollar, .to say nothing of the subject and tho ploturo. Do I hoar ninety cents for this magnificent masterpiece? Not oven nlnoty cents? Why, ladies and gents. Is it tho rich, led Ameri can blood that dunces in vpur veins, or 1 it tho sluggish, pale gray liquor that trickles through the llritlsh subject? Does not the sight of tho star-splanglcd banner stir your pulic? ' And yot I do not hoar ninety cents for 'Washington Crossing tho Delaware.' I am ainased and pained. 'Was tho Revolutionary war fought in vain? Was blood spilled on Hunker Hill to bo so soon forgotten? Think of Valloy Forgo and tho Buffer ings of the Continental soldiors during that awful winter, and then give me a hid on this ploturo. What! no bldl La dies and gents, I Intended noxt to put up this magnificent, AitTerlcan oaglo, stuffed in the highest stylo of tho art, but I can't do It in tho fuco of this senti ment. In tlila crowd, tho birds with the broad and sweeping wing wouldn't fetch tho price of a plucked jaybird. I will now proceed to sell this lieantlful English huntlng-caso watch." N. Y. World. : .. . Worthy Of Trust. "A tourist climbing u'p 'V mountain side dosen t want a suiull, timber or rotten stick. No, he wants a stout stuff that will liear his whole weight, one that he can lean on in confidence, one Unit is worthy of trust and that will uphold him should his foot slip. So an iuvulid, in search of health. They dislike to full into tho hands of n doctor and be experimented with. Thoy want to uso the proper remedy for their ailment in the start. They ure only willing to take medicine on condition that it will muke them well. Now there is, one rembdy whose offoct is a certainty. It has lieeu tried aud touted in thousands of instances and has never failed. It is called Smith's Tonic Syrup. Its principle was dis covered by the emiuoutDr. John Bull, of Louisville, Ky. If. is pleasant to take, ana possesses all the good medi ciuul qualities uf quinine, but is froo from nil of its objectionable qualities. It will euro chills uud fever when quinine fniln. It will also prevent aud cure colds, iufluonza, la gripiio, etc. Ita influence is positive, and it is a remedy worthy of trust. 1 "Good story, ohJ" , "Yes. It's very original to have a man lull in love with liis landlady. What are you going to cau n i "I don't kuow. What should you suggestf . "How would 'A Boardor Romance' dot" Smith, Gray &CVI Monthly, ' I 100 Men's Coats and Vests, without Pants to match. Original prices of suits $10, $12, 15 and $20. Prices yests cut 25 per cent. 300 pairs Odd Fants remaining from suits per cent. - 50 Odd Vesis cut 100 Men's Black 200 pairs Ladies' first-class makes, original prices $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00. cut from 25 to 50 per cent. . 100 Men's fine Calf Shoes, all shapes, kinds and sizes, original prices $2.00 to $5.00, cut from 25 to 50 per cent. TERMS: - ONE LOW PRICE IN PLAIN FIG URES. J. H. ABDERSPn & CO. NOS. 1 and 3 MAIN STREET, GLASS COR. Ol'R VERT BEST PEOPLE Confirm our statomeut when we any that Dr. Acker's English Uomeny is in every way superior to any and all jtlier preparations lor the inront anu Ludtn. In Whooping Cough and Jroup it is a magic and relieves at nee. We offer you a sample bottle ree. Kemouilier, this Kometly is uld on a positive guarantee. 11. B. Garner, Druggist, Finst Itiiporlor -Don't . J-ou think 1 1. i;u:ili'ii's ktylo is too intlatedf ..?. ouil l.'epjrtcr - Yes, but what i I.I'v.mi e p ( of a man when the ii-ir'in' editor jrivos jiiin u blowing pove. y day f - IJnrlii.gkin I' roe 1 'reus. THAT TERRIBLE COITOII. In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing, rawing plileg, tightness in the chest, quickened puho, j'hilli: new iu the uvuuiug or sweats ut night, ill or anv of these things are the first it tges of rousumptiun. Dr. Acker's linglish Cough Iioincdy trill cure '.liete fearful symptoms, nnd is sold inder positive " gunrruuteo by H. B. Garner, Druggist. "Has Mr. Puncher, tho conductor on the Central, given up his situa tion!" "It's reported that ho took Iub lost fare well. Plunder. TUE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DOTH. Tired feeling, dull headuche, pains iu various part of tho body, sinking at tho pit of the stomach, lossot up lietite, feverishnoss, pimples or sores, are all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it muni be purified to nvoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has netwr failed to reincve scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold undof a positive guarantee. II. B. Garner, Druggist. Just the Other Way. Tho story is told of a famous Bos ton luwyor that ono day, ufter having a slight discussiou with the judge. he deliberately started to walk ott, "Are you trying, sir, to show con tempt for the court f asked the judge sternly. "No, sir," was the roply, "I am (tying to conceal it," Exchange. To Nervous Debilitated Men. If vou will send us your address, we will mail you our illustrated pam phlet explaining all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated. Electro-Voltaic Belt and Appliances, and their charming off ects upon the nervous debilitated system hihI hnw thnv will nuicklv restore: vou to vigor, and manhood. Pamphlet free. If you are thus afflicted, we will send you a Jxut ana Appliances on a trial. Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. Trade With South America. From an open lotter by .Alford Bulcli on "Trudo With South Ameri- cu, in the Coutury for June, we nuoto as follows: "American maun fucturcrs have lieeu iu tho habit of forwarding to Columbia such goods as they thought tho Columbians would buy, and huve then lieeu surprised to lind they made no sales. Many of theso goods wore absolutely dead stock for the simple reason that tho people had not an idea of how to use them or could not apply thom. What is tho use, for example, of shipping a McCormick reaper to furmors that grow no wheat f Some of the goods sent out could not bo sold because, in a country of canoes aad puck mules, thoy could not be carried. For in stance, the standard American white cotton is woven twenty-seven inches wide. This cauuot be sold hi Colum bia, because with pack-mufos the caro-u, or pack, must not liemoie than twonty-two inches long, as otherwise it will gall the hips aud shoulders of the animals. American cotton can be roped on a pack-mulo, with the IxilLs lushed vertically, but such n pack is very ant to tret disununsred. and the cai'fcro, or muleteer, charges r;ore for tho trouliio no is put to. .Natur ally the merchants in tho inierior of the country purchase English or Gor man cotton, woven to forty-four nnd folding to twenty-two Inches." . 50 per cent , running from 25o. to 2.00. Luster Coats, worth $2.00, for $1.50. SHOE HI fiiiiiini fine Kid Button Shoes, FULL OF FUN. Irato Housewife "You'ro always breaking somothlng.H Horfant; "huro, but I ain't tried it on your record for fault-finding." Homo Sentinel. In Spanish, liberty is "libertnd," and a liberty-pole is therefore a liber tadpolo, which may account for the un popularity of liborty In Spain. High land Cadet A Sure Sign. Two blind mon are on a train. Suddenly loud smacks aro heard all over the car. 'here," suid one to tbo other, "that's the fourth tunnel wo havo passed through to-day. "-kludge. Tho First and Only Chance. First Man (excitedly) "Our Iwurdlng-houso Is aflro!" Second Man (calmly) "Come, then, hurry up, and perhaps wo may be ablo to got something hot" Jury. "I observe with regret George," said Georgo's futhor, "that you are still at the foot of your class. Is there no profipect of your doing hotter?" "O, yes, father; I expect to bo second or thin! in tho noxt class below noxt torm." N. Y. Sun. "Yes," said the eldcat Inhabitant, "this Is a pretty mild winter, but I re member a season that was muuh warm er than this." "How long ngo waB that?" queried his listeners. "Only last summer." Norristown Herald. The Mimical Director. Mrs. Young husband "Well, Aunt Jane, how did you like the symphony concert?" Aunt Jane "Oh, pretty weil. Hut It kind o' spoilt tho effect to see that fool Dp in front pretending to dram on nothin'." llurllngton Free l'ross. Ellin's llrothor "Do you love my sister Eflle?" IOfflo's SU'ady Company "Why, Willie, that is a qucor question. Why do you want to know?" Eflle's llrothor "She said last night she would glvo a dollar 'to know, and I'd llko to scoop It in." Puck. Caroful Parent "Iloforo I can give consent to your proposed marriago to my daughter I must know something about your uharactor." Suitor "Cer tainly, sir, cnrtulnly. Hero if my bank book." Careful Parent (after a glanoe) "Take her, my son, and be happy." N. Y. Weekly. - Collector "When aro you going to pay this bill? I can't be coming hore every duy in the week." Debtor- Well, what day could you come on. conveniently?" "I could call on Satur day." "All right; from, now on I shall expect you every Saturday." ioxas Sifting. Dull All Around'. "I'd like to have a little money on your account" intd the barber as Mr. llurdup settled himself for another shave to bo "put on tho tab." "Well, I am afraid you. will have to wait this Is tho dull season, you know. Great roots! Hut that nicer pulls! Don't you ever bono your raaors?" . "Not in thp dull season." Torre Hauto Express. Dror Sargent (reading of tho oon vlctlon of a fellew-oltlien of color) "No, sohl of I'd 'a ben on dat jury I wouldn't 'a brung in no yonjio ob 'guilty.'" Hrer Moses (in surprise) "Hut brer, don' you see do paper say how as ho douo plead 'guilty' 'for' do jedgn and do Jury?" Hrer Sargent (scornfully) "What difT'renoo dat guln' make? Ho He so 'siieo' I gwino bo'lleve w'at ho Buy? No, suhl" Dotroit Free Press. .. POPULAR PEOPLH Why Adapts!,!. tii and Weinen Ara the t-'rtvitrlt. of Hnrl.lv. Tho popular people, that Is, the peo ple popular socially, aro tho adaptable ones. The man who doesn't liollove his lio.-.t Is responsible for the weather, or his luck of appottlu, or tho fact that most of tho people aco strangers to bim, or that his clothes aro uucomforlahlo, is tho man who is going to be luvlted out often. T'.io woman who doesn't ex Highest of all in Leavening Power. ii V ABSOLUTELY PWJB on the odd coats and of all prices, cut 25 odds and ends from pect her friends to bo always at the fever boat of affection, who dooan't ex pect them to keep a day-book of hor likes and dislikes, who doesn't wanttbs best scat in an opera box, and who doesn't complain if she has to entertain somebody who isn't as yet a colobrity, la' tho comfortable ono and tho one thai every body is glad to moot again.. She Is certain to make even stupid peoplo bright, or, bottr.r still, to make them think themselves bright, and she Is equally certain to bo a tolerably happy person herself, for there is a great deal of truth in what ono of the slum sisters so funnily said; "If you make other peoplo 'nppy you're a 'appinosa in your own 'art that cawn't coino in any othor way." If you ask a man how you had botteV dress to go to the theater, hell say: "Oh, wear a black frock and a little bonnet" Then, it you tell bim yon haven't got a black frock that Is lit to wear, he'll ask "If you don't own some ' quiot little brown thing?" Very young men and very old mon, those nearing ' their second childhood, llko to take out women who aro conspicuous by their handsome gowning, but the real man, the best type of the man of the world, . profers that whlle-a woman is woll, she should still bo quietly drossed. An oh-. servant cltlscn, wIiobo opinions of men in genoral and women In particular are good, said he'd rather havo, when be . took out a woman be cared fur, a man say to bim the next day: "Tommy, my hoy. who was that quiet little lady with you lust ovonlng?" than to trave him rush up to him and say: "Tom.'yon can's keep that to yourself. You'vo got to Introduco that stunning creature to me. Never saw such a boauty in my life. What a lucky fellow you are!" Men are) a hundred times more sensitive on the subject of refinement in women than women believe, and the young woman who is given to-ctgaretto smoking, who "slings slung" like a man, who talks about tho fellows, and who never flinched boforo mouse or cow, is apt In timo to bo relegated by thorn to the world in which she belongs. Mon are deoidodly tbo host judges of what Is de sirable in women, and thoy seldom have a doep-soated admiration for the fast or horsey one. Chicago Inter-Ocean. Toor little child! She don't eat well, she don't sloep woll, she don't look woll. She needs Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers. Papa, get her a box. A Man of Power. "So your daughter Jennie is mar ried ?" -"Yes." "Marriott wolll" "She married a man of power and in fluence." "Indeed! Statesman, banker, poli tician, genorHl or government official !" "Neither; she married the janitor of a flat." Boston Courier. Many mothers would willingly pay a dollar a box for Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers if they could not get it for less. It costs only 25 cents and is sold by druggists. Smart, If he was a Dude. "I am told that you am writing poetry again," said Miss Belle Pep- perton to Willie Wishington. "No; I twiod, you kuow, but I gave it up." "That is too bad, I'm sure. Why didn't you porseveref" "Well, 1 found you know, that there was no way of making 'youth' and iK'uuty' and 'gwneo' aud 'loveliness' whyme with Belle, so I gave it up." Washington Post. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, ailing