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J j" r THE SALT LAKE TIMES, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1890 3 i F, AUERBACH S BRO, latesi , ... S , f 144, 146, 148, MAIN STREET. --Jjgand Opening for Our Hall and Winter Stock ! 1 Oof PriceS th!, hZeSt " this City tor Desirable Goods I " ' i Mammoth Stock the latest ever imported by us ! To 5 ?giTnreMre---d 1 TMT KOYELTIES FOR ALL 01 DEPARTMENTS ! I rafr&tf' COTference anJ SPECWLBABCAIHS " 1 ";'1SS: alTnns. r. tlIM-- utr.....,. SHAWLS! SHAWLS! 1 SHAWLS III LW ,sUiwia ""M , tomer. Plush Wraps at and upwards. - at c. si.iv. ju.so, lis, 18.0, i X' rIoralnSllkB.puredyeanare. , ta, Ha. . . fiUl JItt !nd upward po.mv.My w. w ol fncy Turtuh tMW l li . Jy!!!!!?L5 -e-s.SealPlu.CoaUat,,,,.., JC tofSlng, Itnttat.on Pal,,, Shawl. 3 tf.c.,., loSpM.tTto' -- 233 !i M4" tLotorCWMOam . . . 8 T " ' , -J- -. j,Rr.5S 'on1 fir b Turk, ' Mtsh4es. ,mjJ f ren, braided ltU plush sieevos, Astrakhan and 10 years at &Jo. formr prtoH.. , Lo, ejM'h , Bver Shawla K10. 1. price. wanJl allsllkBrocades, in new designs, at garments which, tor' style, lit aud nh, sur' N.50, eTSrwb fS'S'Ef". 1 Lot of Ladles black Satin Skirts at . Wftwehw. , , 'mSr.' of and down quilts i,. lot ..f TurH.y ml remt. J yn "ll"r price $1.25. pass all our former efforts. up 40 each. 4 , 1 ri $w 1 w ol ..I BW1 atWVt.tl.w KBt,(mWN W W lemrth,., at per yard, 1TAR with fancv silk Children's Cloaks, in 4 to 14 worth mow. ne h ol rwl twilled nannel.. !icksnd Colored Whipcords We men tan. few prices to convince you we show a hewUderin, a?yTp aU Stffpos Lo of Ladles Cloth Skirts 75c, 11.00. 1.6 TiS ,h of lSL Heavy Jersey Jackets Maud . ,ryh(,r, lt av .ail , g fesissyjg ggg: 5-S- ay- Sr ,r r j lace and Cheville Curtains and Portieres ifo . " . 1 IT I .Yaw 0 frco br Everybody I 0 New and Stylish Dress Goods in Patterns . fO a j;i;-ardsit.$"s'83-5oand$5- -oo'worth T.-Auerbaen & iro. AMmnM";mi 'Each of our Departments has Special Bargains to offer. - 144, 146, 148 Wan Street. ivp """""" 'Flic Tiislpcciai Mat rpOLOAN-I- N SMALL AMOUNTS: I more .ipWI. iUi.m" JTi',U a nache. Kooiu 31, KM.Ud floor, 1U f bliH'k. rpo LOAN-MON- EY ON KBAI. B8TATI6. rl, room 1, ''"' Natloaal Hank tailMlnK. Pabst Brewing Col tFormwtf PHIUP BEST) tMEL."WA."CJ3n2B, wia Export, Bohemian, Hoffbrau and Select Blue Ribbon Keg and Bottled Beers shipped Immediately upon order. TjTE FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED . TELEPHONE 30Sf FREE DELI VERYI B. K. BLOCHA-DCo- ., ' ST. -- Vrjontg. ttnntc&. I traveling men we can fret to reprst nt u inotlier states; alro, wveral itoou business men to act as general auents for each state. We mean what iav hen we claim that any trood man can make rimre money working for us than they can at any other lilne. Ad. dress D. V. Diamond, secretary Salt Lake Fraternal uni Mutual Accident association, 113 West Secoud South street,i8alt Lake City. ATi!EV YOU ASK IM NEED OF OOOD reliable help or any kind Irave your or-ders with the Bait Lake Employment Co., a South West Temple mreet and they will prompt attentloI F. C. llrldgford, ManaRier. li nOALMINEKS WANTED AT CASTLE K.J Gnto and Scofleld. Apply at mines, or to Pleasant Valley Coal company. Boom 41. build InK. Salt Lake City. avFantkd-- a coon nurse oirl. 1a to V 14 vears. with a view of maklnn It home. Inquire 180 south Seventh' East. Mrs. Laura A, l itis. - j 5 ivanted-hoomm- atr toshahe ni b V rjoin with all nioilern Improvements', ti rms reatona'la. Address Uooni3,T nie office. m;lu , wInteu-fiks- t clash millwiuohts W Cireat Western Manufacturluu com-pan- Inquire at room 4M, Valley Housb cot- - iae. , ' "TANTED STEADY BEWINO OJKLS; V also apprentices. Apply Immediately A. II. Cohn, Ladles' Tailor, (3 K, nd South. Jit TS7ANTEn A GIRL FO!l OBNJ.HAL y hourawork, byJvtrs.G. Culmer, N. E. Temple street. ' J - 10-- tf "IVANNED-OOO- D. PANTRY WOMEN AT " The French restaurant Francals. id Coinmen lal street 'LL. AT ANTED EXPE RI PN( ED WA1TKU Rirl, at the French restaurant, 0 street. '" ' . AVANTe"d--A GOOD Wt MAN COOK FOR It bot.rdini;hoiis. Call ou J. II. K.vati, singer building. luI' WT ANTED A Ol R L TO DO GENERAL II housework; good wages paid. 667 South Main street l7"lr TANTED-HOA- Kb FOR LITTLE GIRL I V 10 years of ag. Address P. X., this office XANTED--A CARPENTER TO DO A FEW V days work. Enquire at The Times of-fice. l' SALE A CiOOD PAYINO H0SIN1' 3H, V Olong lease. Apply at a) W. First Boui h. goctrttr. fTTATrTnTAPn'ETtrTio. 1, K. A. M. tatd held on th. Brst Wednesday In each month, at Maaonlo ball, at iurntng companion are cordially luvlUni to JA0011 J. GREENE WALD, M, E. H.P. I'M UP BiiiooH, Heeretart. ' MAH NMW T. MORIAH LOUOK. NO. I, A. f A A. M Regular communications held Masonln hall, East Temple street, the ontl M"'2J of each month. Members or sistr sojourning brethren In good standing are oof dlally invito to a..en,l.H rARJj0W w CRHiHTOpnEii Distil. Hscwuns I iwENTAlA)D7lF.NO. S, A. T. A. M States! communications held ""V"'? hail the first Tuesday In each mouth. J",""'' or sister lodges and so J"ulntJ?7''f?SJ3 good standing are wrdlahy rnJvj2M.tS4 M.O. PHILLIPS, Beoretary. ASATCH LODOEi NO. I, A. r. A. M Regular communications hold at the Maj sonic Hall the second Friday of each montB. Members of sister Uslgea and ,'J',url ""J bretbren in good standing are cordially to attend. ADOLI'U ANDERSON, W. M. J. MALHH, Secretary. ITTAH COMMANUERY. NO. 1 KNIGHT U Templar. Stated conclaves held at Ma-sonic hall, on the nrst Thursday of each month, at 7 o'clock. Visiting Knights are courteously Invited to attend. A. M. GRAN I, K.O. PHIUP Ukioos. Recorder. TEM PmTomIONORN OT'OJi..,. MmW"wkt15KNBTA r" 'OITNCI L NtT 1 T. of II. and T. meet at Temple of Honor hail, over Deseret bank building, every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 8 p. in. Visiting companions cordially Invited. . Wai.tkh Bmithkn, C. ofC. Joskph Moss, K. ol O. C Al.TAKfT T. OF II. AND t. NO I, O meet at Temple of Honor hall, over Des-eret bank building every Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Visiting brothers cordially Invlt'd. (1. J, SfKNCWl. W. O. T. W. H. Woou. W. K. KN'0T OFYTUIAa r OTKy MOUNTAIN IXUmYe' NO S, K.OT I. Meeta every Thursday evening at 7 .W o'clock, in Castle Hall, Elks club 1111. Mem-bers of the order are cordially Invited to at. tend K. REIIKMAN, 0. 0. A. HtTBHrK, K. of R. A 8. UTAH -:- - RATIONAL Of Salt Lake CiTy. CaP,ta, 00,000.00 II PARK. VI'. Tres. A. B. JOS E. C.h r. J. M. BTOUT, Pres. C W. LYMAN, Vie.. Pres. DtrtrcTOia: r W J. A. Jfnniiiif. Holit.r lt.ilKrU. J. T. Claalioy, P L wTlfiaiiis. A L VVilliains. T. K. VUM.. It-- yd Prk. M. It Kni Limit t:lin. A. 1. Jon.is, 'J'h.is. Cnit.-r- , J. A. (,ro.bec, J. M. Stotilt, 8. l Kwltig, Alnx. Itogfrs. A GENERAL DANKINCjBU81NES3 TIIANSACTEIX and inspect our new Atilomnlin oprnlnR and Vnlu n.l fttfmi; nv"olni-I- Fire and Hiirglttr proof. n.l tin.t of lhar kiml tr.il i.f I hlctu. Private Hafes and Uoxet for nmt by tno M ontU or y?r t low rt. J. F. Marks, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER- - Artesian, Salt or (Jan Well Drill!. " I'roHpect for Coal and Mineral. Mt rarity. Well a Hpiwlaltj ."a t )ERHONAL-MH-S. L. M. HATES. MENTAL 1 science healer and teacher. Meetings for instruction and development Tuesday and ThurS'lav evenings Admission, i.eents. Private idttlng fur development and m per month. ai'.iSoutb WestTemple. lERSONALDR. ci UNOER ROOM 7 ST. I Elmo Hotel, surgeon specialist In ladles sickness of all kinds. Liver and kidney com-plaint, catarrh, ail chronic diseases. In prac-tice for a years IEAUT1FUL HOLD FILLINGS AT TO Hodges dental parlors, HI West Hrst South street, four doors east of Dluwoodey furniture store. ctiehlTa creiohton. dkntihts. no. 0 6H West Secoud South street. CfB e hours 8 :.T0 to 5 :30. Sundays III to. Vi. TJEKSONAL-- D. !!IRS 'FILER Ca.JJM- - 1 mlt Vlnyard wines arepure atau to nostoftlce. X I YRTLE LODGE NO. I, K. OF P. Regular ;U Conventions every Tuesday evening at H:(l) o'clock, In Elks Club Hall. Sojourning ICulght. eordl.ll, G a J. L. Vvr.At, K. of R. - 8. 7TALANTHK LODGE NO. 6. K. OF P. R-- ular Conventions every Monday evenlfiif, at 8 p. m., in Cantle Hall. Elks club lll. So Jourulng Knights Mr,riCLtt W. M. Rrsi-ST- . K. ol It. A S. r-zz - : ,ONH or kUJ . ORDER HON OF AMERICA, 11ATKIOTK! Camp No. 8. P. O, S f A., meets every r lday evening, at 7 :. In Temple of Hone Hall, cor, Main and 1st Booth its. Sojourning bon are cordially .lnvlUid to tt,ni1" WM. OLABMAN. Prmndent A. 8. Bahhitt. Kocordlug reury. j( Utali and Montana laclery Coiai? . C. P.' MASON, Manncrer. Headquarters for all Classes of Machinery. and Boiler, from power nd upwttrU in .tock f I diiudtjllmy. 8lenI'uiD, InJcU, Horw Whim., UUUa KaaM iu5 Wall'. Ilolta, InptrnM Air Compre-- r. Ml Drill, Lubri cS nVoii, Mine, Mill and 8nHrr Supply Silver, Oold and CoaciatrU lg MiUa rectod delivered In running w'W. Maine Office and Tareron 259 S. Main Street Sail Late 0. S AGENCY. BUTTE, MONTANA. TTTannamaker a hrown h j'Ko;-- ; ress buildingSales agent. J. UavlesaOjt It C. NICIKLli, DENTIST. OEFiCE OP-- r poslto Walker house. gov ttle. TksaTe-co- m plktb printing out- - r m primer drees, Washington har.1 press, excellent assortment of Job and new type. Good as new. Daltlinorean J-r- . sua. T.ma away down. Addre.s V. K. G.. Times offlce. ! TXIR SALE-- A RARE CHANCE. ONE O? b the let paying restaurants In trie city, i,th establl-h- V trade. 1. n t e. low rent. The Salt Lake General Com n Agency com-pany, 157 6 MaJnsUjuJMuey. TvirTaLF.-T- O A DES1RAHLF. PARTY one l or whole of the Inmhrr hurt- - Kevr. Corner Second South l3'TMriWeg .Salt Lake ciiy. Vt SALE-- A FIRST CLASS IS HORSE engine and boil-r- ; cheap for Enquire wi Cook, Beehive planing mill. State road. TonliATrK-ti- Ln pa pV.rh. cy.sth vkh r hundred, at Ths Tixwt offlce countmg n mil. Time, and Place at Metla. Tallora' Unloo-O- n Sunday In A. o. U. W. hall. Typographical Union-Fi- rst Bunday of every month at A. O. V. W. ball. Hrt"k and Bfiuetnasons' Union Every alter-nate Friday at the K of P. ball. Carpenter and Joiner' I nl n Every Wednesday evening at Temple of Honor. Stonecutters Unl-- Bewmd and fourth Monday of each Diouth at A. O. U. . haL - Harbers' I'alon-Th- tnl Monday of every month at barber U"P prvw;uly deelg-liate- d mieraMve Plasterer' Union F.vry Monday night, room biit-Aunrb;- h balidlng. Main street. ' str.t Carmens' first and third Tuesday at Hcutt Aurkarh building Main "pressmen and Stereotyrwra Union-Fi- rst Monday evwry mouth ataonieii'aoe previously I ''Tlnuer','UnloD--nr- t and third Saturday every month, room 4U, build- - Main street. FblcarTler. Laborers and Teamster ,.,,-- Se..d and f'nirtb Monday eih nnth la the Temple on Honor. Clganiraker' CuioO-FI- rst snd third Taur-da- y every mootn. rjom S building. Main street. Brewer.' CnionSeymd ant days every mouth, room bonding. Main tr.!t. (I r.i-uti- H.rd 4 . rdat,l rnAm Cuncil--E very hat urday- room In. wlt- - Aiwr-bar- n huilrtlng. Main strwt. Painter and D.rat"r' t fourOi Friday ""O iu"to- - t"m " Anilwb holl.llng Main sr"- - nmnHV-T- m Fedrted Trade and Latw fourth "r" " ha. rooVcott-Aniac- h building. M.o Mrret. rvr cc1 x0 Y- - TMntHTilTARfMENTS FOR GEN-- r tlemen-Co- ol. airy, comfortable and Rats reasonable. Ef4.ui of Mr. Wataon. Culmer block. Salt Lake City. TORRENT-IVIAKIJI- NG HOL SE. FL'K-- h ntshed or unfurnished. Good Wtn al-ready established: thirty irmannt boarder. Apply U, South First jf-- t. A 'HOC8K. KfKJMS TrRFKXM-CMH- I month. Hon" new. and clean Term- - reasonable. No. W. South Tenv.ile. V;7FTt-NKWL- Y FI KMfHt;I AND VV worn. ta bet Hr's bio. Firt -U tew k, Soulh. iT'KWH :?DhMH WITH HrAltI) AT r nit South Main street. Room ungle or en suite. LARGE rSTBMHIF.D F 'H-"- Enquire -- A at .11. I o.rwet. - 1 AND CNFCH-- ' ISJbJdirKi'' . T-IV-E rSFt'BSIBHBO WXJlft Wt r TKlrd nouth e'rert. i 233 Main St, Salt Lakt C t. THE TAILOR. 10 East Firtt &wth ttrttL Z SELLS J. TUCKER. H.W.SEU.5. L Sells cSc Coiripany, Wholesale and Retail Dealers, in Lumber. First South itrt, opDostto lUh Waf t AmWy Room. 014 tunett lari Amslrn. P. 0. K 107H. o ioa' J 1 etc.; l on watrhe .4 .? JZT,?tZZ " nt:.-- . A all kino, Inter Mountain UM Trust Co, ITU- - Swita. Main bt ri trom the dusty Highway, ana on iw piazz and the velvety lawn in front of it the occupants of Clovercroft can en-joy whatever privacy they choose. PagS3M.ll. Ail. I. .PWliH, 'pV 3ast C 1EE NOTABLE MEN 859 I Hi Homes of Mr. Bob'seveltr Mr. Bryant aid Mr, Godwin on Long Isl- - and Sound. SO ' ; . to HE AUTHOB OF "THANAT0PSIS" (Us;j led His w The Author of 'The 00,, Winning of the West" Their UE' Homes on the Sound. 'at New York, Oct'. 8. Long Island PE( nersuice new xorit Decame a place oi 7 M peat commercial importance, has af-- Wed a most convenient location for sT the country homes of metropolitan men of affairs who needed to be Avithin easy 1 reach of their places of business. As far m tact as 1840 William Cullon Bryant and ale Parke Godwin, made for themselves summer homes near Eoslyn, not been confined to mere slight maga-zine sketches. He has done serious work. His " Winning of the West" is a valuable contribution to American his-tory. The field was not virgin, it is true, but it had been touched so slightly that the world had scant knowledge of the patient work, dreadful hardships and romantic adventures of those hardy and heroio pioneers who pushed beyond the Ohio and the Mississippi, and pre-served for our country the vast territory which stretches thouce to the Pacific. In the histories I saw when I was a boy at school in Kentucky 1 never came across much about any of the worthies who built up our country except those whose lives had been spent on the seaboard. The books of twenty years ago were all made in Boston and New York and Philadelphia, and unless a man hap-pened to belong to the east he had very little chance to have his deeds chron-icled by the historians. The east has learned that there is a good deal of west to the country, and Mr. Roosevelt in his book shows that even before the estab-lishment of the republic there were men in the west who were heroic alil.e in their conceptions and their deeds. This was a large undertaking for a young man of fortune. But while he was do-- ' ing this he had other affairs to keep in order fences to keep trim which were always disposed to tumble down. He was an active politician. Ho went to the primary elections and to the nomi-nating conventions. He was elected to the legislature at Albany, and he was for the lobbyists a very uncomfortable ele-- ment in that body when any job was to be t rushed through. He bra ved Ruscoe Couk-lin- g when the great senator tried to force Grant on his party for a third term. And in his famous race for the mayor-alty of New York he braved quite as formidable an opponent as Conkling ever was in the eccentric, the irascible, tat always &bls and entertaining Abram Hewitt, who kicked conventionality out of doors when he became mayor, and made the conduct of the business of the great city as gay and lively as the per-formance of a comic opera. Mr. Roosevelt's present undertaking; ' that is, to divorce office holding from partisan politics, is certainly a big one. I don't know how hopeful he is after the experience ha has had. He certainly would not be afraid of the job because it was big and difficult. That is not in him. If, however, he ever does accom- - i plish his task I venture the opinion that he will need to take his ease for a sea-son or o at least at his beautiful home on Long Island. Juo. Gilmer SPiiED. l HOME OF PARKE GODWIN. There is nothing showy about either of these places. They are both old fash-ioned, comfortable houses, built to live in by men who had taste essentially dif-ferent from that of the modern million-aire, with his ostentatious love of display. Mr. Godwin is now 74 years old, and has given up active participation in the af-fairs in which his life has been Bpent. His sou Harold conducts the Commercial Advertiser, which Mr. Godwin bought shortly after the death of Hugh Hast-ings. It is needless to say that all of the Bryant and Godwin traditions are pre-served and cherished in that office, and that the paper is clean and decent and iu all things above reproach. ' . Twelve miles or so from Roslyn the ancient and flshlike town of Oyster Buy sorrowfully slumbers amid perennial dust. Some three miles from the rail-way station, and on an elevated necir or woodland between Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor, and projecting out iuto Long Island Sound, is the country home of Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, at present one of the United States civil service commissioners. On the Oyster B.-.-y side ol, Mr. Roosevelt's pla.ee the woods have mt been disturbed, and there is now a dense grove of chestnut, hickory and birch, and through this the road winds up to the higher land, which has been cleared. Here Mr. Roosevelt, some six built himself an ele-gant or eight years ago, house, which he uses for his home about eight months in the year. It is a charming spot. On three sides there is water, and on the land side the heavy woodland which protects the place from the highway. Within sight and across the sound is the Connecticut shore. It is a place admirably adapted to a life of quiet ease, but it will probably be many years before the young and gifted owner gives much time to idleness. He and active to is by nature too energetic ever rest very long on his oars. He must be doing something all the time. By inheritance he is a rich man. ana nine young men out of ton who come into fortunes such as his feel that it is unnecessary for them to do anything hnnler than to seek amusement. He jr: I to I CEDARMERE. m Hempstead bay, about thirty miles I from New York. Mr. Bryant had at I that time been editing The Evening Post I for fourteen years, and Mr. Godwin, ' I who three years before had married, was 01 ssociated with his father-in-la- in the editorial management of the ablest and I best afternoon newspaper New York has lever had. I Mr. Bryant's old home is now occu- - I pied by his grandson, Mr. Harold God-- I win, the managing editor of The New I Wk Commercial Advertiser. It is the I how place of the neighborhood, and no I visitor is permitted to linger long in that I part of Long Island without making a I pilgrimage to Cedarmere, which was the 'j? pet's home for about forty years. The p I public road runs very close by one end I of the house, which is only partially I Protected from the dust of the highway IV hedges and shrubbery. The lawn in I front of the old fashioned house slopes ;I I Ward a pond, which has been made k I about twenty-fiv- e feet above the waters I of the bay and stretches to tho border of I fte estate. A very large locust tree, I me five feet in diameter, stands iinme-- I oiately in front Of the house, but it is I Spidly yielding its life to the borers, lMch have left bo few healthy speci- - Oonsof the ceratonia siliqua in America. I It was from a point very hear this I tee that 1 took a photograph of the I house. The sun was under a cloud, and I I as walking back and forth on the I jawn trying to find the most suitable place I in which to set up my camera. Thegar-- I feier noticed what seemed to him my I quandary, and came to my rescue by I filing me that tha spot in the walk near I he locust tree was the place "they I "sually took the photographs from." I I 1 not inquire whether the amateur I Photographer often visited Cedarmere. I 'did not need to do this. His remarks I the tale plainly enough. I The editors of the Encyclopedia Bn-- I tannica have denied Bryant a place in I ttat work. Hia work they regarded as I to evanescent to entitle him to such a I ""ark of distinction. This was a most j I amazing decision to men of letters in I America, and the narrowness of judg-- I ieat displayed almost reconciles one to I jhs troubles which the American pub--I pirates are now making for the I Messrs. Black, of Edinburgh. Consid-- I ng the space given in that work to I and fourth rate European poets, I tad American, too, for that matter, I Jely a paragraph might have been I Wed for the author of "Thanatopsis. I Tuia is of small consequence, however, I J his place in literature is too secure to I be affected by such slight. I Jost across the highway from Cedar-- I Jre is Clovercroft, the country seat of I r- - Parke Godwin. The entrance is I Jagh a vine covered archway; and a I f steps bring the' visitor to the main I 4or of the house, This door opens tm-- I Mediately from the driveway into the I H.and upon that front of the house I "era jg no or pjazza. But upon I j1 front which overlooks the bay there I piazza of generous proportions, de--I 'Sued primarily for summer time com- - (. and made pictoresqne by the vines I ch clamber over it The trees and I nmbbery crotect the bouse completely loves amusement, too, and he finds it m sports at home and abroad. Though a small man in stature be is a mighty hunter, whether he chases the amseseed bag over the fences and brooks of Long Island, or seeks the grizzly bear in the fastnesses of the Rocky mountains. Of these chases he has written most charmingly in the magazines, and his has been the ablest pen to defend the cross country riding, called fox hunting, New York It in the neigiiborhoodof has been fashionabe to laugh at the who the var-ies gentlemen compose hunt clubs about New How. They Auglomaniacs and dudes, were called any other epithet which happened applied to them. Mr. come handy was Roosevelt did not hesitate to say that the sport was a manly one, requiring courage and skill, and he was unques-tionably right. A fence is a fence and a ditch Whether there is a fox Ed or not, and horse and ndereach To6 shown" theCowboy of the plains. Sonem he is very much at home S-- 5 interesting articles. ' HOME. THEODOM ROOSEVELT'S His contributions to literature have The Cincinnati board of education has ruled 'hat no married woman shall be allowed to teach in the schools of that city. Modern civilization is developing numerous inducements for the most brilliant and capable women of commu-nity to remain single, and this action of the Cincinnati board is in the nature of uu additional one- - XUe Wrong Kind. Boy Customer I want to look at some socks. Clerk Fust colors? . "No, blume itl I am a messenger boy. -- Life. Sunlcient Unto the Day, Etc. "I don't smoke any more cigars in the morning." "Is that so? When did you slop? "This morning." Epoch. I A September IdylL "2l3r I kiss yov-?-" It was in the orchard. Shs answered not. Picking a leaf from pear tree eTr by ahe handed it to hinx He thought be read her answer"Leave. Turning, he went his way. bim ln "tn':meDt; sbenVLt her answer to be, "You hav. aLw. and m it all ended. LiXe. Improving a Quotation. CaDowchump (who object to some of the eld man's observations)-Wh- ere ig-norance is bliss 'twere folly to be wise. Oldboy Yes, yonng man; and where impudence is wit twere folly to be bricht. Texas Siftinsa.