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oriYri"ii IN A CITY OF 8,000 1 Itch t " I nil'.VTI :: Of :: -IO.0U0 w PONUTIOJ ' jt Lira, N'tw.y an i Profi-CMlr. SKII J EEKLT AT 0511 (! ttt TUB Complete Job Ollice IX CUMNKLTION. VOL. XJJ.-NO. 0(5. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, Fill DAY, AUGUST" 23, , 1890. .00 A YEA?. A m mm. OWING TO THE SUCCESS PFOOTOfJITY OUR STOCK BS LIKE ,IN 1 1 ah n MM V n nnncr aw n n r Vr Hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dying spring of supply that faeds the stream. ".' . ( , " - SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE, Bo do sluggish stocks. They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed m9at. Finally they are kAOwn as "dead." Constant Motion And a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in the best condition. We have no dead stock, because it never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. Do You Appreciate the Advantage Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of New Goods? If you do you can have that advantage by trading with re 8 HEALTH IN THE SUN. UtimvUtlM lwmn mt Kl' ( karfhl Mmf mm tUm Fly Nvrvr. All ltf on t'mrtW depfn4tnir on tun ' Hfrht, mm tho development ( all or franlr bclrir liotnif iullijcncad by It, n rut ptayKietni knew Itint protracted fcliteiicopf nntnrml Hrlit was oi Indlf firfnt hjfrnntrKlly 'i'UeM, lllppoorcto. I U) onus mnd Avlnrniu. ExptiitnnlAl tnvHtlrmlion of tliU nubject, however, doHR nut ljrlu. It MH'tiin, bwforw our cen tury. . F. Mwanla tlx)i Afftmti phy tqus do la U HJ.) found tliai frojri aiul quaba 4.vlopitl normally in trant parvut vawlt, while whon kopt In en Uruly dark VflwU thotr growth waa alowfr aud their development not n liroly normal. Moleikott, .Kulilno, Ilonrhl and uttmrs ohftorred that ejtt der mic to 1 Iff lit MHTtiUa mora Aarlionlo acid s than In dark and Von 1'laten found thai at tun anion (Imn abaorption of oxyjrnn if greatar., i'Mniti-qtiaiitlj nuulijr.it in orea carbonic" rotation of niktlor. AcTonllng- to Lob, unllfrlit onl acta atiuiulatinjr from tbeeynon tho nenrca which influem-e tu rotation of niatUr. 'i'hla Ja not aa It It rather probable that light exaroUoi the aaioe influence from the aonsltlre nerve of thouxtorlor akin. Hut rron portions of tiMur, en tirely BftuaraUd from the body (nerroua and mtifiriilarmaM). yield more carbon lo arid hi Ufht limn in the dark, and bluo and violet light poaiteH a much stronjrt'r art inn than yellow and red light 1 his dually eoiiipvla ut to uppone a cboiu Ical mitiun of sunlight in the animal tiedy, Jmaldee ita ilmutatlng aotlon on the nerfp. Kuoh a chemical action -may be fonnd to ttike place in the de pmtt of dark coloring matter in the Kete Malpljrhu, In tho browning of tho akin, in the formation of frocklcs. The hygrnlc Importance of light Is 1 so vittlble In ptvehte affectattous, dla fHMftlon, etc On n sunny day every healthy poraon U gayer, more cheerful; on a dark day more serious and depress ed. leople of morbid irritability, also those affootod with acute fnver, aro con siderably more excited by slear light; they bt'oome quieter by dim, ospeolally hlue-or greon light. Tho eyo is strong Jy oxeiU'd by direct rays of tho sunt vtdoy aro shlo to cnune central scotoma and retlnitlft. On the other hand, too small a quantity of light Imposes an In creased effort on the active eye com puis it to bring Itself nearer to the ob jmtt observed. Of the highest importanoe Is another property of light. It contributes to the purity of air.- Especially undor the In -fluenco of the yellow rsys living planU Absorb carbonic acid with the apertures of their liiavea. decompose It and exhalo oxygen. It is probable that sunlight sIm favors oxidation of organic sub stances pre Hon l In the air. 1)1 root sun light has the property of killing certain salorttnarasltes and their germs, as dom 'oiifttrated by Arloingam) Duclaux 6. g., 'eulturesof anthrax-bacillus In two hours, when ftporlforoiis lna.V80 hours. Lynjph, when preserved In light, gradually loses its virulence. Even the locomotion of mlcroparasites seems to depend on sun light Engle insn observed it la bacterium photome trieum. Merellus laorymans (house fungus) develops its mycollum in dark . ness only, and In tho real stage of growth It does not support light, which r it only searches In the stages of putre faction. Lack of natural light is prob ably injurious to children, as Illustrated by sorofulosls, rachitis. Malaria also ap pears to originate easier in dark houses. Kvery dwolllng therefore, should be provided with a sufflotent quantity of sunlight during a part of the day as long . as possible The sunnloHt among tho rooms should be selected for actual hab itation, especially of children. Direct sunlight should not be excluded to a greater extent than necessary for the safety of the eyes. In plans for streets, school, asylums, etc., hygienic technics and ayglenle regulations should follow thejfi principles.-Mcdlxlnal Zeitung. NEW YORK HOUSE-TOPS, The Boon of th nig CUy Are Pat te Manjr Cartons Utaa. The other day the newspapers told tho story of how somo girls on one root flirt ed with a young man on another roof, and how the young man, In endeavoring to go from his roof to theirs, slipped and fell Into eternity. To how many, even In New York, did that news paragraph suggest the Important part the roofs play In this olty. We have all heard of the roofs of Jerusalem, much the finest fftAluresot thetewa w duW iflttfc Keeps Water in wnoie oi lentftaiimi i a trifle omparcC to the life on the rooN of Now York. In a pi sou whf-re land 1 valued as it In on this inland, there Is a great city under ground and a grout fraction of the life ' of the place t spent on the rooft. In the suintnor the tenement roofs aro tho plvasuro rerorU of the poor, llegln nliif, at Ituxier street and continuing north to Harlem, nn tho oiwtirtde, the demand for leeplng places on the eool and breezy roof U m gnst that only first coiners find places the tardy onus find no sleeping room left It has al , way lieen antouUblng to mn that no artitit mnkos and no journal prints a pic ture of a mliUummenilght scene on a roof, any in Baxter, or Forsvth or Mill- berry streot The crowding of tho stei'pers, their light attire, particularly that of the men and boys, aud tho dls- ' comfort the sorne suggests would open the eyoe 6f tlmtters nden to cendl ttona they nev4r dreann-d had exlstenre. Then, too, the tenemunt roofs aro greatly In uso as ball-rooms on early fciimmnr fonlnuti. I'lii'M the luiva ani ' girls dance to the inule of niouth-or pans siid accordlontt. 1 hey are great pi sees for lover to woo in. Ttio parks and the roofs are the courtlng-grounds of the poor, for there Is no privacy In the tiny crowded homes. Tho roofs of hundreds of tho cheaper apartment noufto are tho clothes-drying grounds, and the tenants aro obliged Ui agree to tnko their turns at this use of the space, the Ami-floor tenants having the roof on Moudsys, .the second-floor tonsnta on Tuesdays, and so on. - . Leaving these crowded hives ws turn to what tho KuglUh call the 'self-contained," or separate dwellings, aud here again the roofs are utilised. Some are quite elaborately fitted up In summer with potted flowers and awnings, and swinging ham works -even with cots at night ' V know of one which supports a glass-Inclosed epartmont Vlth a bath tank for U4e all the year aruuud. Now York has a concert hall on a roof as every ono knows, and the roof of the palatial Equltablo Itullding Ik one of the thow place of the oily, the bust plnoo from which to view all the othnr roofs that shelter 8.7M),on persons In aud around town. From thni-e and from the llrooklyu Itridge you can see that hus htMNes aro also carrlod on almvo tho Arrets, the businesHtvn of solar printing, jf ptdt and fur drying, of prepurlnf riivhea. wicker stulf for chairs and many thr callinjrs more thun any of us are iVture of. Chatter. Wanted. Wc want as A No. 1 Airent in this county at once, to take chartfe of our bumuess, and coutliict ih Khlo of one of the very beet, most meritorious, and laHtest aelliiig invondona ever otlorwl to the Aniflricaa peoulo. To tiio por mm we will pay a liberal frnlary or ul low a large commission. For full par ticular atUlnms VOLTAIC BELT CO., No. 218 Marshall, Mich. It Did Not Match. Grocer- I'll sell vou that melon for fiftr cents. ' Customer That melon dosen't suit mo. ' v- Grocer Wbata the trouble with it? Customer It's green, and I'm not. --Life.- f f , BO NOt .UfFEB ANT . LOKOER. Knowing that a coutrh can be checked iu a iluy, and tho hint triages of consumption . broken in a week, we hereby K,,nrve Dr. Acker's FviiKlisu UoukIi Ituinady, and . will re fund the money to all who buy, take it aa por directions, and do not find our stutument correct. , H ,B, Qarner, Druggist. - . In a- Bowery Dining Room, ' - ' ; Hayseed Gimme throe hard boiled eggs and throe friend. Waiter What's dor mallet wid dor honf Chatter. , THAT TERRIBLE COUUtl. In the morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlog, tightnews in the chest, quickened pulse, chilli ness in the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things are. the first, stages of consumption. Dr. Ackor's English Congh i Ifximedy tpitl cure these fearful symptoms, and is sold under positive guarrautee by H. B. Oabmir, Druggist - the best Cpnditon mm. . CTORIES OF ANIMALS, A Oan1rB Tm and Ievtln uid a Mai latplaratil HMtrt-) Rome years a-o the only white resi dent on a LouiHlana plantation was uu old geutleman who was vory fond of ani mals.. Ho hud dogs, cats end a pet j motherless pic. During his Hfo there a by "varminlJ," a tho durkies say, with the exceptlou of one woo bird. Tho old gentleman waa sorry for the motherless gosling, snd fed It himself, watching It and keeping otf other crea tures while It ste its buiter-milk and bread from a jmn which ho hod pro pa red for it So, as might have been expect ed, the gonling ttec-ame very niueh at tached to him, and followed hliu every whereeven miles Into the plantation whon ho wa-4 riding over it looking after the crop. It grew to le a flno gander, and at meal time would sit at tho din-Jng-rirom door and watch, occasionally poking It head In, but never offering to stir from tho t pot until the meal was over. Then it would gohle goose fash ion, as mueh to nv: H is high time I had some thing to eut One night in aummor when tho doors were loft opcu, the gander came to Its matter's room and made such a noise he could not sleep. Ho drove it away sev eral times. Hut it earn e back each timo, and at last nibbled at the bed clothes. The gentleman then got up, thinking uruly the creature did mean to tell him something waa wrong. So he followed It Into the hack yard and found that his fenco had boon pulled down by some wicked people and a herd of cattle .was devouring his corn. Now, who would think a goose had so much sense? On this same gentleman's place was a negro -who waa so cruel to one of tho mnles that the gentleman discharged hiu from his .service. Several years passed, and one day the negro had occa sion to return. Ho Vent through the barn-yard whero this mule was. The mule had not forgotten his old iu juries, and as soon as he rooognisod his perse cutor he made for hiio and ohatiod him 'round and 'round the lot It was Ira povtblo to escape over the high fence, or through tho largo heavy gate, so rapid and persistent was the pursuit of the animal; and if assistance had not come In time it Is likely the negro would have been killed. - ho, you see, animals can both love and hate. Dotrott Free Press. ' i THE YANKEE DRUMMER. On Who U.uslly Uot. Err. with The. - - Who Snub lllm. A very neat little reminder to one of the worat boros we ovor know, a New York dud. with a big cane, was admin istered by a clork who attached to the cave the legend; "Thla la my busy day." It was not received with the best grace, but proved very effectual on subsequeat visits. Tho roan who fools with a drum mer had better troublo the business end of a wasp, a full many a business man knows. A salesman rooontly told us bis exporlonco In a neighboring State, lie knew the proprietor slightly, having called on him once or twice In the pre vious yoara, nnd,-flndlng him all alone, after a few moments conversation ealled his attention to a nent little article in his line that ho was Introducing. Tho propriotor turned on his hoel at almost the flrst woi-d, without looking at the article, and curtly said: "No, air, I don't wan't any part of it I never got any thing until I have a call for It." The salesman watted a few momenta, mak ing no roply until the propriotor was at lolsuro again, then heading for tho door, put out his hand and bidding him good- iye,iuviMiu mm to come up to oawu : and he would extend such courtesy as ee.appo.rcu " mark and apollgd In his own fashion. In a certain town I aj business man who Is rather blgglsl, for tho also of the place. If a salosraan calls ho must send In his card to tho office and humbly seok noigliuorlioous wnere cuius and fever person taking it, effecting a speedy an audience. . ,, are common, it is found in every 'and pormaiienl cure, whether the - pa On ono ocnaslon ;a salosman acnt in household. - Why a man would as tient is a modornto (Irinkor or an al hls card by the hoy, and word carao back soon refuse his family food to oat.osto coholic wreck.- Thousands of drunk that tho. proprietor wanted nothing, refuso toget another lxjttlo of Smith's arils lnivo been cured who have taken Tho salesman told tho boy to return and Tonic Syrup when tho old bottle gave the Golden Specific in their coffoe ask for f ho card, aa thoy cost the firm out. Jt is great preventive of Bguo. ' without their knowledge, and to-day money. The boy soon rotnrned, saying A singlo dose will sometimes keep off believe they quit driuk'ini; of their the proprietor had torn up the card and an atUick. A few will break up the own free will. o harmful effect re sent ft v. cents to p.y for the same. The fovor and cure tho chills. It does not suits from it administration. Cores .. X. , . .. .17 u.ii mimiinimr cuiHw as guaranteed. .! Send fof 0 rculnr and "VlVrm rJl-'n ,h9 k ' ."!,! ?,1,n"l? "'","?. daes" Itwi" ot 11 particulars." 'Address in confl "My arm does a square business Bad harm the most delicate invalid. Give donoeGoLiRN Specific Co., 185 Baos never take, advantage..! anyone. Th.i it , trial and you will soon be well. Street, Chilli. OWo. , V Linen Bosom Laun dered Shirts, New York Mills Muslin, the finest Shirts made, for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY only, AT 75 CENTS EACH! Worth $1.25. ' BASSETT & CO. only con throe fur nvo conu," tdc-n nont Ibnm In to tlm prnprinlor. liivo tho naloxni.n o Inir hih.iv Willi gpiinronit trimtiuniit, nml our wonl for It uli Mill li.vo no just c:iuim to ri'tTct tt. Tbrjr are nn lndispi'iiBn1ili luljunct to our civ ilization. New Knirlnml (irocor. HCR FIRST CALLER. How tli. Grim Itr'.p.r lViu n'.lrtimrd bf m llwifK..t Npln.t.r. Homo .ream no Atnolla SimpHon, r muiden latly 'of nmlnro yoarnr moved Into a Haw Kiilnnil vtllngit to tuko no.. Mititlon of a auiull promrtv that bad boon loft hor by aduenaMod unulo. . Ml. Simpson wiim a rity gplnHtor and It happoni'd that while nuivlnif Into hor now boaio .ho nmdo Nonio dfcUlve ro mark. alMiit tho vlllajrn, which remark, reached tho purs of the vtllngorK. It a'aii oof.iri 1I10 day. of boyrottinfr, hut the .plrit of that method exUted, and minumitmouH woro the fet'linff. ex ritrd ajrulttHt tho newcomer I hut not a aoul in the village eallod upon hr. Tho ludy liorut'lf wa.iinuonsciMis thnt abo had olfondod, and mudo aovcral ad- vnuc1. In the direction of forming an acquaintance with hir neighbors, but wa met with cool non-rocognltlon evory time. Then .he withdrew herself from any communication with tho people, bought ,11 supplli'M from a neighboring town, and lived alono with a female .ervant for a Moore of yean. At the ond of that tlnio ahe waM tuken very 111. A dootor waa summoned from a distance by hor faithful attendant, and ho soon knew that all remedies were UhoIom, and it only remained for him to toll poor Miss Hltupon that her earthly pilgrimage was nearly over. This be did In his own way. Ho was a doctor of the old sohool and be approached tho subject cour teously. ';.. ' 'V "Madam, bo sai4 In a grave deliber ate voice, "I have dono all that T possi bly can do In your esse to Insure return of health, but without avail It only remains for me to inform you thatdoath ha. called." , . ' ; I'oor .Miss Simpson raised herself on her pillow with a sinllo of satisfaction. "Show him up." she said, with shin ing eyes, "1 have lived 111 this linhoa. pltablo place for twenty years, and b. Is the first caller I ever had!" And she sank' back with a pnacef jl look on her composed features. Detroit Froo Press, TUB FIRST 8TMTTOMS OF DEATH. Tired feeliiiL', dull headache, pains in various parts of tlio body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of ap-! res, are all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No ninttir how it became poisoned it mttsf be purifled to avoid ilenth. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has netwr failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons.-, Sold under a positive guarantee. -II. B. Garner, Druggist. A Dressy Doctor. - "That doctor is - the most physician I ovor saw." dressy You think boV ' "Yes. Evory time ho goes out on his visits he looks as if he had just oomo out or a handbox." "I see. Dressed to. skill.'' Boston Malaria. Is your Bystam full of mnlariiif Do I uuio don t do yon any good. Well .,,.. .r ,.,,. ,i; ' ,. ? . ,.. Smi,h7 Tni I Syrup, made by Dr. is your syHumi nut oi niaiaritu uo u ..i i r t you fool wcik all overt Have you i ,n,v,?ry '"'Kl v" "fl1. got ague? Then why dout.m:dontt:-' totJ LmethingtogctwelC You say qui- S ij?' . n in . in . nl."" Loii.svillo, Ky, that is far ahead of lnme. It will cure chills and fever when quinine and everj tliiugelNe fails, This remedy never has failed; In some KITCHEN UTENSILS. A O.M.4 Variety FUve. Tim. Doubt an C'on.ltlerHlil. AiiKoynnc, There are vory few peoplo who do not find some thing Irrostht.ihly fascinating In a bouse furnishing store, it Is almost as impossible to satisfy the expert hoilse- kerjicr with kitchen fiirnituro as a fasle lonuhlo womiin with gowns. Tho utile tarltin who gravely investigates the needs of the case will llnd that thoro Is hardly any limit to tire pots and pans and other articles that can lie put In tiau in a kitchon of limited dimensions; at the same time he will bo amused at the delicious- menfs that can be served by tho samo rook from kitchen utensils of tho most limited variety. A good vari ety of kitchen furniture, however, saves time and doubt. There should ulways be un ahuiidance of sauce-puns, so that some msy be kept espoclali.v for certain meats . aud vegotahl It would lie folly to cook delicate grain In any kettlo whore onions bod been hollud. no matter bow carefully It had been washed and scour ed. Pots used for stews of beef con taining onions, carrels and other rich seasoning tiro uot sultubto tor delicate white fricassees of chicken. Fish should always 1 boilca. baked, broiled or cook ed in any fashion in somo thimr which Istucd for soother purpose. Tliet o should lie a good soup kettle In every- kitchen. The sotipsltgcHtora which aro imported from Kngland aro the Itcst. These mode of Iron, 11m.'. I with tin, will last a Ufo-tlnio. with . care: and. though an expenslvo Item flrst, are cheaper in the en 1 thnn tho common tin saucepan which will wear out in a few months. Tho "soup-diges ter' Is steam-tight, except for a little oaeapa valve iuuJi..-fiovur.' .wuioh only opens when tho pressuro of steam be oomcs excessive or tho soup is boiling 'too bard. lly this means soup can bo kept at a steady simmer without once moving tho cover till It is done. A good clock and a good pair of scales, weighing up to ten pounds, Bhould be , part of evory kitchen outfit. Kor sauce pans In dally use, granlte-waro Is proba bly tho best material; 'though tho boa, quality of block tin makes light, dura ble kettles. For long, slow cooking Iron pots lined with tin aro probably tho best; Ve-retirblesi innay ot which require rapid boiling, should bocoekod, on ibo contrary, in grunitcware or block tin. Iron spiders nro vuluublo for bashes, "spider cukes" and aome other dishes; but tho French frying-pan of pol ished sheet-iron Is more useful for pro paring ''saute" dishos,t .omnlobi,- sauces and tor many other purposes. It Is often forgotten, bnt to the -experienced cook It is ono of the most vnluablo of kitchon utensils. - Tho llstot necessarr dlshos anil other articles could be made to fill considerable spaco, and this list might again be supplemented by useful articles which would cover column, of 4 newspaper. After all Is said, each per son must doeUlo tor horsolt in this mat ter. , It Is foolish to have too many kitchen things, but it Is ovon worse folly to bo niggard la this matter. M. Y. Tribune. ' Your child is troubled with worms. That's why he is so peovish and cross. Give it Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyer. They taste good and will make him I1HH1U1J . -, , . ; i ) J : j . .. TT- ''. An Extension " '.' - l v . . ' . rhysician s' Wife Aro your affaire I hoiie hi null hare extended my pa sirs to the middle of the water melon season Yeuowiue's News. , Liquor Hsbitln all the World there is but One Cure, Dr. . Haines' Golden Specific. It can be taken in a cun of tea or cotToo without (he knowledge' of the ONI You Are Oori Orders on the County Superintendent taken from school teachers at par in exchange for Clothing, Boots and Shoes. J. H. AMRSd k CO. A Georgia Editor Rises to the Occasion. "I pronounce you man and wife," said J mitre .Mitchell in Ins olhi .Wednesday morning to Miss Suili Stephens and Dnllie My rick, a couple Alio nau stepped into the Judge s ol ice to l made one. And they ulked downstairs, up the stroet aud .ut into tho broad and glorious coun y, uhero the birds were Binging, the .uidt'ti harvest lieing gathered, and lie i-ttle rills singing on their way to :ie sc; wliero the sky was l ine ami ho air pure; nlnire tho wild Dowers vers blooMiiiif; wliero tho gcutln irccju wi r,i wliip;.iiug through tho lino ; w lierrt the nioma of new mown uy perniMiitisI (ho surroundings; .hero th S.-1IL' of tl o rcaner was l-'anl; whcie tlm grazing herns soon; ' in.-o the sin. ig t aced lliioiigh in ovmlinngi. uotiglis; wlinro the I wii trrass uariirx s carpet was . irrniil out ; uhere Held and forcKt and h II and dule alternated; where the .'i.-lmnchnuu tilled his fiulds: where tlowur-lioriuirea paths nieaudcred ( hrough the wcxslod lawns and .where Uame Nature otienra w ide tier arms to res3ive her children. Happy rural couple! Happier they than many who go from Hymen's sltar to gilded halls, whero wealth glitters and ash- lon swavs: hannier thev than nianv who start on the untried Journey of matrimony lroui llower-bedockod chancels; happier they, in their rural simplicity, than many bridal couples wno I read on .Brussels carpets; ban ner tney, in their rustic country lome, than many wno dwell in statoly mansions, i heir wants are lew and simple. A glittering diamond would hare no especial attraction for the bride, and the irroom cares not fc- a swallow-tuiled coat. They aro satis fied with their lot, aud in this lies the secret of their happiness Better lis 'tis so. Thomasville I Ga.1 Enterprise. LOVELY PARTHENIA. A Jtwel of m Olrf lint Romawhit Qlrmm to Knoetitrlolty. If you want Parthonla you can have her and welcome. She is ft jewel of a lady. Have that iiho is apt to go oft on ton (fonts tlmtirlve tine to suspicions of drink. I do not think that she dons drink, only that her brain is a trifle warped in the making1 or preserving, and I would not dure to swear that she may not get up some mornlnjr and mur der every member of the family. She Is such a Jnkor, and if it occurred to nor that It would bo funny to put tho whole family to death I'arthenia would be the ono to do It. . , Parthonla is a black lady. Rhe is the blackest lady I e or saw. Unlike most black ladios, she dooe not earo to be eallod colored out of a mere mistaken tense of polltenotts., - tall me a nipirnr, says Fart hen la. "That's what I am, and I don't see why I should object to holnff eallod It any more than you would object to being1 sailed white folks." And then she will go out into the kitchon and shake with laughter for ten minutes over her own wlttlnoss. Parthonla can cook oloar around Del mon i co and still havo room to spare that Is, whon sho wants to. She is eco nomical to a duffrce, and it is the won- dor 01 the bouse what she eats, for meat somes back to the to bin just as 1c wont off, and sweets aro as safe in her keep ing ns if they wore locked up In a safe deposit vault Tho washerwoman who 30H1U 011 Tuesdays complains bitterly that sho has trouble in getting enough to oat out of Partliunia, and this has no connection with, tho woman of tho hoiwo, who is generosity personified. Tho latter baa put up with a groat deal from Parthenla, partly booauso she he llo vod she had a good heart and partly because sho was a willing workor and would sit up till midnight over the iron Inr of a very largo and extravagant family. Hut some of hor little Joko It was hard work to stand. For Instance, some timo It would not suit her funcy to make broad ordnsserts. When asked why she had not dono so. and nine times out of ton hor failure followed a distinct order with company reasons why she should not neglect them, she would laugh and say sha didn't fool like It or hadn't time, li hot oiiitross ever wont into the kite hep to bolp hor out by making cake or pud ding she always suffered, for the next time that this was ordered it would not some. The family would rufit) the. to IT WILL BE CONTINUED mm iali v Invited to Attend. Nos. 1 and 3 Main St., Glass Corner. are ft m stage" of ulnner and tli ere wouid bo no cake to go with It. Why, PaTtheniahHrmUtross would exclaim, "why did you not make cako, as I told you? You know wo always want cake with ice-cream, and I told you specially this morning to make it." 'I s'posed you always wanted to make It," was all the nntisfaotion given, and then the diabolical croaturo went to tho kitchen and was found there ton min utes later, her hoad buried in a shoot and hor long, slim body shaking with tilnnt laughter. At last hor mistress lost all patience and mouo somo vigorous remarks which Parthenia overheard. The latter nursod hor feelings in silence for a longtime. Sho took an evening pnpnr and read it assiduously at nlghtuntil sho foil asleep, the gas burning full streak all tho time. On hor afternoon oil, as soon as- the din nor dishes were washed, she would mount to hor room and go to sloop. Jij those presents you may know hor. Still sho nursed hor rosontment In silence until it was almost timo to broalc up for tho suinmor. Then one day, whon It was so late that a decent girl could bo got with the greatest difficulty, Bhe sud denly told her mistress that she was go ing to loavo the very next day. When ask nd for a reason: "You don't like mo." she said.. Her mtstross tried to assure her that sho Jairly doted on her, but it was no go. "You don t lovo mo; you only l.ko What you got out of mo." "I liko you well enough to wont you to stay," said tho other. "Yes," she replied, "just because you don't want tho trouble of hunting up an- other girl." ' . . . And so this jewel, with the grn&t big flaws, wont hor way and left a house in mourning. If you want hor you can havo her so far as I am concerned, and X hope yon will be happy with hor. What Is tho moral of this story? I don't know that it bos ono. . It is a fair example of what the slavo of a house wlfo has to put up with on tho girl ques tion. Some day, when I got smart enough and havo a little lolsure ou my hands, I am going to invont an automa ton girl and make my everlasting for tune. N. Y. Horald. - . To the Point. Ho (fulliuif on hut kuoen) OU.Murv ! may I adross you on tho suhiwt of marriage! She You may if you can dross me aitor marriage. UohIou uouner. Love's Logic. He Will you marry mo? - She-No. Ho I think yon might -I've always patronized your father. i'uek. Why he Denounced the Needle. A little lioy was once playing with a pin cushion, when a pin pricked his finger.; Ho drew his hand quickly away, but said uotning. auot a while a needle ran its sharp point in to his hand, and thereupon ho began to denounce the needle iu a most em phatic way. - . "What do you mean, Johnny!" asked his mother. "You said nothing when the pin hurt Jout" i "Well," replied Johnny, "I can't blame the nin. but this neodlo has an eye, anil when it saw my hand com ing should nave gotten out 01 the way." Philadelphia Times. : 1 A Wish.. : : "I am glnd to soo yon, sir," said the widow to the editor. "Your obituary of my husband was lioiiutifiil, I wish ho could havo lryod.to rend it. -York Sun. '- ." New I Highest of alt in Leavening Power. mm ABSOLUTELY PURE A Description of Christ. This waa found iu an ancient man uscript, Hont. by TuMUia Lontuhia, president of Judea, to the llomau btumtft: "There lives at this timo in Judca a man of singular character, whoa name is Jesun Christ. The barba rians esteem Him aa a prophet, but His followers adore Him as the im mediate oirsprinir of Got.. He is en dowed with such unparalleled virtues as to im awe to call back the dead from their graves and to henl evftrv sort of disease with a word or touch. His perHou is tall and eiotfnutiy shaid, His aspect amiablo .and rev erend. His hair flows in those beau tiful shades which no united colors can match, falling in graceful curls below tho ears, agreeably touching on his shoulders and parting on the crown of his head like the Wdd of the sect called Nazarites. HiB fore head is smooth and his chocks with out a spot, save thnt of a lovely rod. His nose and month arc formed with exquisite symmetry; his beard is thick and suited to tho hair of his head, rcachiiiir a little lielow his chin and jiartod in the middle like a fork. Mis ores aro bnirht. clear aud serene. He rebukes with majesty and coun sels with persuasive lnnpiajro, his nu.irc u.i.iii-na, W UUlUOr IU V.OHI Or doed, being olosant, fjravo and strictly characteristic of so exalted a beiiifr. No mnn has ever scon him laiif,'h, but all Judea has frequently beheld him weep, aud so persuasive aro his tears that the multitudes are tumble to re strain theirs fiom mimrling with his. Ho is very modest, temperate and wise. AVIiatover this phenomenon muy be iu tho end, ho now seems to be a man of stranffo beauty ufid di vine perfection, iu every way sur- pa-ssiuff tho children of men." . Ol'U VERY BEST PEOPLE Confirm our statement whon we say that Dr. Acker's Knglish Kcnieny is in every wuy superior to any mid nil other preparations for the 1 hroat and f.udgs. In Whooping Cough and Croup it is a miigio and relieves at once. We offer you a sampl" lsittle free. KemenilKir, this Ifomedy is sold on a positive guarantee. H. B. Uabner, Druggist. Of Course, Brown - -Do you know that Fanny Jones has married f Kohmsoii No j whom has she mar ried? Hrowu Why, her husband. Judge ' - ' All through tho summer and fall T was troubled with chills and fever. I finally got a bottle of Smith's Tonic Syrup, which shinned the chills nr. onco.-C. H. Wells, Midvillo, Oa. Tit for. Tat. Young wife -Bcfore we were mar ried Goorgie, you novor smoked iu niy presence. Young JiiiHlwnd I know it. mv dear, and you never woro curl piix-rs iu mine. Chatter. A Cruel Disclosure. Mrs Deartriend la Sirs'. Chuinley at homo this afternoon 7 New Servant YesMim! but she is not seeing anyono to day. "Why, i hope my deur Clara is not ill?" "Nomiini I but she's sent her teeth down town to have them idled." IJostoii Time. 1' U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, - !