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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 5, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899070501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 5, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, VOL. I. 1000. The Citizen. Devoted I AN INDEPENDENT 1 WEEKLY 50 c a Year. to the Interests of the Home. School, and Farm, .11 HKIM'.A. M ADISON COUNTY, KEN I'l'i KV, L mw NO. 3. Srwiwltw Mftupta. of Kingston. h Therw wa not Mi Mac (Wkle tmk charge of th-- i large crowd in announced biniMf n ct.ndiilatf for t.mn Monday fait two c invention Mtarionarr department innl led Hip X YT T T TC rt TATTATTm l M l nlHrifr. utm btwiiMww mmi thiNg np- - jdifTeteitt nutting of tlmusltidnuU.vi.Ji. Hrolr Tliott wei H0 eat- - Hntfrr. MtM llbrock, of NVw York In th abswiw of Prtw.iffc'iH Front. T. (i. PASCO, Xnrrw' rwiis. C. IMfonl Itn.vmoml iwacbwl Hi th Prices 3J to the instructor in the Bible Study. IMIIIUfl .mil MAVAOIIH. wt. Fifteen ChapH Sunday Mms Reynold, our World Score hnndml f slnf . tWtIUIl"l I Ih. nil,., f to brought ih glitnp-e- s lH'r of the Y. T. .1. Coylo. Likw ItfOM . awl Ikrtl '"""KM W. C. A. work in foreign lands, she I'onUnptiph. OITI'UN, Horrn, K.v. I tammy havo th.msinttlft of fet of' , TIIK ruewlay. JtnnlumWrttl.dwmt. w. . ' n mr ""'wwo II. lm,L .1,,. .,.,,r in. for mi extended trip through Kit Bud Dunn, of White' Station, is hominy iilwtit 10:30 n twin who PERSONALS ijmtlw latest candidate for nsowoi. mi ed to In; ouo of Roosevelt's Rough ro uml Asia. Thi" afternoons worn Rev. J.O. Parsons went to Louiv till, ll.'lnneriitij io test iiiKl recreation. Tritm Llfi.ln,a .. .. u ....... ..:.l:..,. lllllfMWII i..... . . ffeL.tt ..... . . .... . . ..vn. ...,',- '. Itntll lilln Monday. antler In t I urge anil ,i ... Aden foil at n terrible gait. Somo thoughts of io loiuuore i m..i Style, " ' "" " V. eHtato) weromailc Trolluy Jas. Lucas is building nice house fro'" " ,,UWtt l'rMli.yft.,r.HM. Ilo tMur thu man whothun di.lurl.ed '""t'liil , , near theilopot wan not hurt !ut wan coiiHidrrably the pencil of tlio town, wure entr ro,i,, tj1(, ci, I'rntident 1'roit preached in Lex- f"Khtained until ho .topprd tho norm RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. K;,ihvortl g, t ington lant Sunday. t'uroor' w 'lon t on wi hitten l,y Dairy Farm wen, visited, from whieh pectl Mr. Yocum returne! I'ridny from dog la.t Wednesday and feared that ,!,t " ,ucm her Cincinnati trip. nu. Mniiimiiin "fill HI uu Illl, IJIIO II UI14 lllllll. Illlt ll unr mail Ij nr.. , , l f II, Illev. I'. Allen will teach on Clear now apparent .lfternoon tho youug women wont up , , , .. ... ,, . win, mu lunuu iiiui. nun iiiiga Cn-ein Kookcantle. .I.C. hharp.our onterpnnngiuilUr, iminc, lt0 '""fjhani Height whew the young The result of good work and reasonable price in that we IjqH, John Coyln and Minn Maggie Lucan hni put in n corn eloaner and now el WCjjy . now have customers in all parts of the Stale iii.h: I.,i.iuf5 ,111.11 CVUIDICIILD. When you want worn iiiarriixl liiHt Monday, Ihe I(upul)licuiiH of Mudiaon Coun- They received a cordial welcome. eratora and otherwise iiuprovtxl tho ' ty held a ui sms convention to elect On Monday morning the last meet(pialily of hn meal, Mrs. Faircliild npont Wwlnomlii in witli Mm. Hart at Conway. Stockholdern of tho Berea Fair ad- - dulegatei to tho convention to be held ing wai held, everyone was sad at the in Lexington, July 12. Kenolutions thought of leaving tho place where Mr. Mhmui left lust wnl to vinit VertlHft n fllir for Ami' .'UI .'II S..nf I 1st us knov; and we wilt end you designs and prices Liberal premiuiiH will Ih given, ami ' WL'ro a(,"Pl. ondoraing Capt. S. H thoy had received ho much innpira relative, and friencU in Kauiiu. Stone for governor, and the delegates (ion for service, so much of the true Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Dr. Goldstein, the optician, was 0 B001 "' expected. chonon new instructed for him. Spirt for living, and tho Peaco of God 1 II. Johnson ran a thorn into his A .,, ,., i down from Hichmoud ThurinUy. r l.u ..t.pju.t'-. ... .no ilnLitnlnn . .,l..un. 41. . f.l - .. .1.1.1. ...Ml idsi lorever. rrl n.c iui... uii.ii win iu comer- last week and tho pa,., . , , Hev. A. A. Myers, of Cumberland gn.t t ..a he was compelled to L. yh Cap, Ten,,., was in town Saturday. At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. cL jo 1,,,, r. Uinii-liMnco it. Mr,. Kato K. Futoiim is taking Mi Hain, J M. Hart. Among niter- Embrf-e- , IUlue F m iu.ihohm fiposeii nates were C. M. Uawlings, S. E. Berea, treatment at the .anesville Hospital. Conference. sale at public outcry u trunk b.- - vch A. w. Titus. Mrs. I. M. IJeyuolds has linish.sl lunging to Francis Jones, which had The delegate to tho Southern the Hue web of carpet she began at It is now believed, at Frankfort that Yqq Want GOOD GLASSES Friends of the Iwys who went to Student' Conference at Ashville. Miss Imsmi attached to satisfy a board bill. the Homespun Fair. Gov. Bradley will not call a special "ill be glad to rend the :tn)rec. Prof. .Marsh. O. 12. Nixon, At a business meeting on Thursday l I), tl. Scott, of Marysville, ()., arfro' William Flnnery. .stiltl,.v IVost. and C. H. Palmer re- session of the legislature to deal with night, the Fnion Chiir.-- vot.nl to cull 'WI"K tho lawlessness in Clay County. rival Saturday for a week's visit with 1 1,0 M,,"tl't'r al ,ll,s l,,a,'B eri' turn.nl In- -t week and report an instuc- us pnstor. Uov. Heurv SUiulfer, of his uncle, I!ev. M. K. I'asco. Tho local optiou election at Win- "",r,l'0ll'r rangiug Irani live and pleasant Cuyahog.i Falls. O.. who preaehwl Oti Sunday C. II I'.ilmer was hero .Vxuw II. Win- The Sillltlinrti Stinl..i,t Cni,r.r..iw. Chester was a spirited contest. tOll. licentsl to prtxieh by the Hnptist Tl St. Clair Construction Com-- jIHd a largo attendance nnd nu enthu-pan- Chester precincts went dry mid the lulm Criegler was tried before Church and will niipply that pulpit. which is employed by the llli-- siastic meeting. There were 2i.'J dele-noi- towu and precincts of Ford nlso weut Judge Turpin last week on a luuncy ' VOU WAST Til K.U AT ALL. Central. hs Uut two hundred gates pivsent. Though the forenoon drv. II. W. Todd and J. Carl Fay are writ. The jury pruiioutie.si her in b that nn not projM r!y ncjnttM to your limn wiploywl in si stone quarry at Mssions alxHit to stnrt on a plut4igriiphie trip sane s at : 15 and were Cant. Drovf.is arrived in France and Deputy Shorttr Mnmddiis ymi oiif ht to limw it v. II uot attempt Intuit plnt e. through dilTeiuut pints of Kentucky. took her to the asvluin. timious until 12:.') with the exception Saturday morning. His old uniform torour.M mit,! i know ht i.nte.ie.1. Chestw Preston, who cniue here ..f .. in, t wife. It i . I'nvfcwKir I.ohis uml Coruelinii. of u.,'rii iiiui.iic- iiiiui uiinsiuil IKHIl will be given to him by his Dr. IWI"'"'. Ham. of Geor-- . !ltwmt two week. Hpo. i very l v'" with 0: 15 until In. the bo.lv of delegates is to bo hoped that Franco has at last lie ruf unities in tho Sue Uemifitt School, at Loudon. gin. and others w ho l; h.vo apparel on all allww. L'LIty. a recovered from her insanity over this' Ky,, mode Menu n vii.it ht- -t Tuesday. he IWreu lectuio c,H,t. a.o amcmg (j. A.Siwmor is very T. A. ROBIKSON, Jeweler and Optician. .,lllrill(; tll0 whole llille (iHv; Tl'0 matter. Mrs. W. D. White and Mis. Dr. "eu. i Here is no ioui)i urni no lias 'avening ei,sion was nNowell attend- MaunlngTof Manchester n re attending (iiu "Asueuibly at Lexington Itev. Dr. 12. Y. Mullins. of Xawtou verv wrious heait-troub'bd. It made n busy duy especially if Center, Mass.. was unanimously elect' the at Loxing-ton- . Chnutauiiua Dr. C. II. llobinsxMi, u pmiticiug three hours study ed Prcsideut of the Southern Bapt P.of. Im U. IVnuiinnnWignution;?"Hl,r't physician in Clay and Jackson Couu- i, it,.,, jk ,iriu- - ist Theological Seminary by the . i.n.iiiuvii M ns Direetor nf Mitsie in tint Cnlli..',. ui.xlri,,.. .1 il. .. r i. n ' : .11.1 "c iiesiuriweiuy years, lius mov.sl . i s " iiUlj WHO w ore lakiug me "1l!li! Board of Directors in session at At' ii i urtAu ...v.., .U.n.,1 l... ri.i..n., ...... ..... in n IV IO lleren mill opimiiui.s . . nhn- - Clime iis it liriirisM to n.Hitlv I'VurvniH. tudy w ith Mr. Sharnian. Jl Afl o(jil Oi I AlJVjO U ......k,.,, ntt.l I.IUUI, Ull, be bick ill the Fall. His address w ton place Ho will pruutico his pro- Prof. Pennim.in is n L....itl......i,. nf lu' 00,11,1 uot hoIl' bei" high musical attainments, and poses,-- ! ni institute riuce. Peddling of oiaminations questions fesion. ., es u cumvai.Kt taMv uml lugti stamtProf, and Mrs. Dodge left for the is gtriugou in Mudisou ami Itockcastle Irn L. McLaren, now at 202 V. Few fud of excellence t'1" oihvr platHis work is ,,i,.,r. As a result of such busLexington Chautau.iia last Tin-da- y. St.. Madison, Wis., sends in his Hub- - acteiied bv its thoroughness rather !fon" sI'eilkors' TIlB meetings con- Counties. iness in Wayne, Adair, Russell, and President nu.l Mrs. Ffost went on scription to Thk Citizen. He is the than bv a dcsiio for showv results (lt Cl'rwg tho woik and organization of O--o Metcalf Counties, examinations in Thursday, returning Monday. ursione oi our inen.is iroill U ills- - tho sacrifice of substantial training. Ul V M- - U A- - werc ful1 of he,I,f, those counties were called off. MissMollio Settle, at (ho Louis- tiince to subscribe, but we do not In tl. vnnr uml n Imlf 1... nTilB BEREA SHOE SHOP is ,i;r..,.. suggestions from men who spend a ville Hospitnl, is improving after nn w nut him to be lonesome. Tho prospect for a good crop iu or he has consistently maintained a ln,r''e wrt of t,,eir tin,. in visiting operation wrformtsl some two w.Hks dilTerent college organizations and Rockcastle couuty was never better l'or The very bvnt IummIih-- or oak bait sole. .,, - ... . ;.. .... ..... I IIIVIIU1 " W..1VJ J " .I'.. .....u w, iiiiiiv. ii: r,;...,,io All kinds of boot ami hoc replr. ' Thursday, spending tho hero regret to seo Prof, and Mrs. Pen-- vho are read v to assist bv suggesting than ut the present time. This is the " The liot ami cliCiipt-s- t II no o( IIIIiIcj. ,,WH.v ,nt i,, r' methods which have proved to bo report of a number of farmers from " TheTravl, Reference Uno IlllileSluille. day with Mrs. Hart. Misses Kankin, niman leave us. " Tlie ItKOAl. SHOE, helpful and by giving warnings the couuty. . D. Cnudeo left Monday for a ,nl,HOn. Fnirchild. Pasco. Pnt.mn.. . A party of Railroad Engineers, at Tol.slo, O., nn.l and Messrs. Holmes, Tixld, Embree, against things which have been disasmonth's vacation trous. Our delegates returned with representing the Southern Ruilway Springville, N. Y. Mrs. Cnndeo is (Jould, and Hanson made up tho Died. very much enthusiasm for the work Co., havo been through this county her parentis ut tho latter place ty and all report a very pleasant time, Mrs. Jerman died Thursday night next year and with broader nu.l bettor seeking a practicable route from Bur-gi- n and returns with Will nhout Aug. 1 . .. . J It is reported that some immous at seven o'clock, after u louir uud ideas of how to accomplish the purto Jellico, Tenn. Tho lino ou the .Mrs. . ohn mon an.l rinugliter . oi H. C. JASPER, M. D. ert, Klliit of irregul.rities at the last painful illness. The cause of death pose of tho Y. M. C. A. which is .to eu- - map strikes right through Mt. Yer-uooumvn o wno nave ..ecu v,s ug , (lX!lMliuiUio, ltJW in M,l(lih()u was an internal cancer, and sho sufMEDICINE and SURGERY, Kentucky Colonel. . Mrs. Welch, left for lirimn Inosilfiv .. . " uouuty. mid hints have Ihhui begun. i i ... del, Office in Prilher Building, Richmond, Ky. "" Jerman wasi. t r severm wj eeks. leu ;Li nwttf t'ltnm niiiii nu .14.1tiuj r iiiuv iivif iitiiwu wi uiif, ami her Thb of last week Mrs. a resident of IJOrCil County Court Days I Citkex honors tho ollicers who Mrs. Tlphoce 103 & 109. J i .ii i? .t win u DHiuT fiinuiiM ami inuroeui Paris, Bourbon Couuty, 1st Mouday , ... ,. , ttnugnier anil .Mi's ina uar accoin- 'cia.rueSsanuiaw,ann t.UMlt el.urch workers. lmllu(lher Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday. hopes that nnv guiltv parties will be special by nil who knew her. Shof F. F. Hall, of Dundee. 111., who is detecte.1 and'punishVd. was an industrious- woman, a good Lexington, Fayette, 2nd Mouday. ' General E. B. McCOY, reineinlMtred by many of our citizens. Stanford, Lincoln, 2nd Monday. neighbor, and of good standing in the . lost recently brought l.OMUlu,l,it v K,ln,.rH unices wero The next Sangcifest will be held in Georgetown, Scott. Itrd Mouday. left Moudav for California. He will , rMiianiH)f ilhnm OcwWI. ,,,,, ,,rilli; ,h(( be married on July i:tto.Mis Mittie Danville. Boyle, .'?rd Monday. Uore HulTalo in IWl. lo!.tioi.i,t. grandfather nill n,.rea ce.netorv. Hall. His lleCea friends wish them llwtty lu Ha'f of Texas is said to bo under Xieholnsville, Jessamine, .'ird Mouday. ,, much happiness water, as a losiilt of 72 hours raiu. Winchester. Clark, la Monday. sake, and the bodies of Mrs. G.Hidell . ,. ,. , Yersailles, Woodford, 1th Monday. an aunrrss io ine mill Lexington gets thocaptuied Span- .nrsi rosi mii.ie their daughter. The family Climax. CENTER Ladies at Chautauua on Monday, monument was nlso brought uml ot Y. "VV. C. A. Conference. is'1 ,1U,,,PI1 w'hich was alloted to Kenin which she assurod them that tucky. Kentucky Fair Datos in the Heien cemeteiy. ART GALLERY At Asheville, X. C, .Iiiiih theie was a gieat deal in the moun A )Ost olhce established nt Shatter, The follow ing are the dates for hold- The Climax showed entorprie by tains liatja! the feuds and moonshine - tho Kentucky fairs this year so far us C. I. 0QG, Proprietor. The Southerit conference of the Pulaski county. K. O. Jones wns apthat are 0 much talked about in the posting bulletins from Louisville dur pointed postmaster. reported: muK Women sCl.rist.au Association Nothing But Tne Pbotos. imrthe democratic convent;.,,,. The newspapers. 't "t Arthoville, X. C, with n better In the Peaco Conference at The Berea, Aug. !50, 31, Sept. 1 . telegrams were suit bv V. 12. Woods Best Finisbat the Lowest Prices. Richmond, Aug. 1, 2, It, and tth. liighteroutlo.)k than ever before. Hague, the Czar's proposal for disarm- lamfthe Hichinond folks' wero kept l,,Kn,t 01,0 1'utlr.l,,, a"'1 anient was disposed of. Lexington August S 5 .lays. posted as to tho proceedings without Vwn LOCALS X 'ri"ia' Tueuty live trusts aggregating u Houstonville, July 2(5, 27, 28. uo.,nt',1' fru" having to rely on the newspapers. DICM'AL SUJWElty. P. M. Koyuol. Is wants to do your U st V,r'',,,,;,' North nlul South tar' capitalization of $;570,(XK), were char- MudiBouville, August 0 -- I days. Tin- - PanUtqranh A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. blacksmithiiig. Good work and low oliua, Georgia, Alabamu, Mississippi ,t,Ml.llin N,w Jersey during Juno. Lawreuceburg, August 15 I days. A little mowing of grass and weds Smith Building, Main Street, prices gimruutcod, Shop uetir depot. Texas. Tennessee, and Kentucky. Lebanon, August 15 I days. i"- - tnon oi su.Kiug Itichmond, Ky. has been done in the cemetery. This The following speakers gave us Columbia, August 22 I days. LOST. Tolfplluua, Ur.idrnrx, No 03, Oltlce, No 00, ,,, , , ... is .a goixl thing, but. stoiis should be Alexandria, August 22 5days. " A IUUVN irOWIl JUCKl'l, 1IIUHI Willi i ". . . " . .. " i were coming in to take their places. uiepiaro times : uov. J. Wilbur Chapman, of Louisville (Colored Fair), Aug. 22-- 5 j ml silk was left on one of tho soatH The corner stono of the uow Mason-ilt- . ill the grass mowed, tho Xew York Citv, formerly pastor of the ' days. on the speaker's stand, Commence. . fence and things put in order j0thauy Church, Philadelphia, Jir. i l''""'!" "t Princeton was laid Wed- Gerniuutown, August 211 I days. mailt tint riuoniM liiiilit owe Xew York, also Brodhoad, August 2.1-- 1 days. 12. G.v Tankkhslkv. ward from f,u,,",;i 11 and something wo mid Mr. K. Speer. lleach,of Hev. It. to the town, Clarence Williams, color.nl, was giv-- , ikai.i:k in . mat ram sni'i'i.iix Harlan P. G. Sholbyvillo. August 2:1- -3 days. Attention is culled to llarwoo.1 s ad let us bo about it. .,r ai.....;ii.. v n i,..r w en tho death penalty at Paris, for the i Fine Photographs ai Reasonable Prices. Springfield, August 23 11 days. in this issue, Tho marble business is I'iews about Jlerea a specialty. Bardstow u, August 20 5 days. A uew county having Heron for its W. Moore, of Itichmond, Ya., Mr. murder of Jonio Tillman, also colored growing, uud keeps him busy all the At Gieenfcburg.Gooigo Murphy ha La G range, August 30 3 days. county-sent- , uud composed of parts John It. Mott, Miss Taylor, of Chi-o- f time, nu.l compels him to hire considFlorence, August .50 3 days. Madison, Gamnd, Itockcastle, nud w'KO, Miss Davidson, a ieturiie.1 been sentenced for live years for rob erable help. John bays good work Elizabethtow n, Sept. 5 I days. counties is being largely dis- - sionary from China, Miss Hargrowo, bing tho Adams Express Company's and low prices dinw business. Bowling Greeu, Sept. 13 1 days. cusseil. To niuuy people tho ad- - Kansas City, Mo., Miss Price, and safe. Glasgow, Sept. 20-- 1 days. Ojjke Hours, i to It A, J., vantages of Horen as Wood declines nn ofwniuly seatiMis' Coude, of Cleveland, 0 had Gen. Leonard S. F. and P. M. Reynolds huvo cut Guthriu, September 2S --1 duys. to t l. AT. Xutioual Bank Uuildiug would bo very grunt, nu.l it is posui- - charge of tho conference work Bhow fer of J200,lXR for the next live years, a lot of hay and havo contracted for Itichmond, Ky. ble that definite steps to bring tho ing forth the best methods for carry nud returii(s.l to Cuba ut u salary of. Horso Cuve, September 27 I duys. inoio. days. iirg ou a successful association. Owonsboro, October change about may bo tukon. $5,500 a year. The Citizen n Pr "" 5:a j FOR -- it..-..,.!- . Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings Quality, and Price Guaranteed 1 .... No Trouble to Show Goods '"Th, - ,"" "' ' '' fl i.u-ti-- 'J'' The Berea Monumental Co. Anything the monumental line I hur -., . yJ'J Marble and Granite Monuments Students' JNO. HARWOOD, Prop. ! Ky. '.. u. j 1 1 s i n cou-thi- 1 - '"" -- JLl down-heurt-- 1 ' Ml. ... ..... GO ' 1 - - .-. - LIVERY. To - ' " ',.' 1 g C. H. PALMER. ... .,., n, n-- '' win ., News Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET 11 ' . 1 BURTON, ,,,. The Photographer, -- n J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, 35 -- 7 Is nearer than he was before. hate It always fair. Nor always walk In easy ways; A foolish clown alone would rate To listen always unto prale' I flhey In heaven are truly hlet And know the sladness that Is best There, too, must lc some Bloomy days fi. K. Kt'cr. In Chicago I would not TInies-lleraltl Hardly n month hail elapsed when a woman cam to the Hyde. house and requested an audience with : : : ltl.TlKA, KENTUCKY the mistress thereof. "You know of old Marvcll, I suppose?" said she. THE GLADNESS THAT IS BEST. "I know Mr. l'hlne.is Man ell," answered Mrs. Hyde, with dignity, I would not always have It fair, t would not have ftut summer days; "Well, It's all the same," retorted she lip that Is never bowed with rare of the acidulated countenance. "He's Must walk In uneventful way; boarded at our house three weeks und The disappointments men mint learn four days. lie's down with the smallTo hear liefore their fortunes turn Make doubly meet the critic's praise. pox." "0, my!" ejaculated Mrs. Hyde. Did she tint smile day After day And ever wait your bock and rail. "Poor, dear soul. And who takes cure away, Your love for nor would melt of him?" fho Idol you have raided would fall! "'flint's just the question," said the Tlio tondor look that follow whon "I can't. I've got my family, Sho weeps and tries her tears again visitor. I always sweetest, aflor all. as never has had the smallpox, to think the other Ixinrilcrs has all Tho painted toys that Ho around In careless heaps upon tho floor cleared out, and the doctor don't know Wore put away awhile you found of no one us would lie willing to under No sweet one waltlnc at tho door! P'rhnps you could Put Death wis cheated of his prey take the risk. And he whose shout you hear come?" T. 0. l'ARCO, Kdllor and Manager. sour-vlsagcd y THE CITIZEN. be selfish creature, oi be never would serve, you bo." DANIEL IN BABYLON. ITS DIETETIC CAUSES. I International Sands? Relmnl l.rssnsi for Jtilr II, I Mill Toil, llnnlel llM-U I .Memory Verse Inelirlelr t'rrtnlu 1 1. n lllsense I'nlliolou lenl CoHilllliins Precede It. l I'rlmnrlli il "Durability is Well-llrnno- Better Than Show." Ttie WJiUh of the tnu1U milllonlrii (s not tf.ul to jjcoJ hcitth. Rich 1 1 a curse, undvtt thi tvithmit he.xtth rich, the mlJMe cIasscs nd the roof title h.tve, in Hood's S.mpjttl(, viluMt jssht.tnt in ptttinj ni m.t(nt.tinint vertct htW (Specially Adapted from Pelotibet's Notes HOLOKN TDXT.-Ilan- lel purposed In his heart that he would not defile hlmatlf.-Da- n. irsson. I. THIS lesson may be used as n temperance captivity oii, It HAD tho whole chanter. PI.ACK IN IIIIII.i: III8T011T.- -2 Kings i;i-- ; z unron. ai:i f. TIME.-- 1I. C. WJ-- 1 The beginning of the 'I WANT TO no HOME." Illslrrsslntr ChlenKM Scene on the Mreets of A I. Mile lliii'a v. w ?.( .Vst .'. -- j Mr. hineas MarveU 7,m7). 7iM 7i. svp. v. v. vu yy. syp. :, c 15 w nr J- - ',. 7V5 11 It US. HYDK kept Imnrdcrs. p -- Mrs widow livdcwnsa little, dried-uwith a constitutional toothache nnil n mild, meek way tf taking the world ns It enmc tolier. ForSOyenrsshc linil lint tlil ngalnst misfortune until tlic war fare liml be come second nature to her. "Hut there's one blessing that I have to be. thankful for," she would say "Mr. MarveU him kept Irue to ine through it nil ns the needle to the pole' From this it need not lie inferred that Mr. Man ell was n lover of the little widow, rur from it. 11c was only he best boarder the boarder who for hnlf n wore of years had occupied her "first floor front, and paid his bills ns rcgu larlv as the Saturday night came aiound. lie was a bachelor, ns may lie supposeda man who was ns full of whims and caprices as an egg is of meat, yet who carried a kindly heart in his Ihisoiu beneath it nil. Hut on this special Friday morning his eyes blazed vvrathfully the tip of his nose hung forth a crimson flap of indipiiallon, us Mrs. Hyde came meekly IV1 great risk to run, and- - " Hut Patty Smith, who had listened in silence heretofore, stepped forward. "I'll go. aunty, said she, "If y ou II take care of the twins. I have had the smallpox. I am not afraid of it." 'Hut Pattr, I thought you disliked Mr. Mnrvell so much?" "I did," said Patty, with a smile and n shrug of her shoulders, "lint It Isn t worth while to think of that now. He is sick nnd solitary, mid he is a fellow- creature. I hat Is enough. And Patty packed her little bundle, klscd the peachy unconscious cheeks of the twins, and went on her mission like a new variety of Soeur de Charlie. What a disconsolate scene was that! in the midst of which lay Mr. MarveU, tossing on n bed of sickness. A tireless prate, unilr.iped windows, through which the sun beat with merciless brilliancy; dust in every spot on which dust could possibly ullpht, and pillow and bed linen n week old. "I'll soon set all these matters straight," said Patty, moving around with the quick decision that was natur al to her. And within half an hour the scene had assumed a more homelike look, even to the staring, unconscious eves of the delirious man. Who are you? An anpel?" he asked, lowering his voice to a whisper. Mrs. Hyde visibly recoiled. "X no!" she answered. "I would rather not. As you say yourself, it s a Into his presence. "A month's warning, ma'am," was all that he said. Mrs. Hyde caught at the nearest chnlr for support. "Mr. Marvellt" she pnsped. "Xovv, ma'am. It isn't at all worth while to co throuph any scenes," said the bachelor, callously. "I am a prac' Ileal man, as you ought to know by this time. And Ira not in the habit of wast inp words. Put up a bill. Advertise, Let your room as soon as you can, for I although, as move out token of respect for your many pood qualities, I shall pay my bills up to the first of June. "La, Mr. MarveU!" faintly ejaculated the widow. "How can I possibly have offended you?" "Ask j our ow n conscience, ma'am! sternly retorted ,Mr. Man oil. "Because if It's on account of Tatty and her buhjes Its precisely on that account, ma'am. I was awakened last nipht by the screaming of a child. poor dear," in "It's cutting terposed Mrs. Hyde. "And this morning, on making In qulries," relentlessly went on the bache lor, "I learned that you hail actually taken in your widowed niece and hr twin babies. Twins, ma'am! One would have been enough too much, in fact but when it comes to twins "Patty had nowhere else to go, sir,' said Mrs. Hyde, npolopetically, "and she'll be useful nhout the house. Patty's a pood girl, sir! "I dare say," said Mr. MarveU. "Hut I can't stay in the same house with tw ins so, us I Ik: fore remarked, put up u biU.as soon as you please. "l'lease, sir, I'll put Patty and the children m the top floor, where they can t possibly disturb you, if "I tell you once for all, inu'um, that I ran t tolerate children, anil I won t! Will you lie kind enough to leave me now?" So Mrs. Hjde went downstairs to hurst into tears, back of the pantry door, where Patty Smith, with one twin tied In the high chair and the other swarming over the floor, like a magni fied beetle, was beating eggs for the dinner custard, "Aunty, what's the mnttcrV'tlcinand-ePatty, still whisking vigorously awuyat the custard. "He's goinp, my dear." "Who? Mr. Man ell?" "Yes." "Well, let him go, aunty," said Tatty, cheerfully. She was n dimpled, pret ty little lady, with pleasant black eyes, and black hair, parted low-oher forehead not quite SO, in spite of her widowhood ami her twins! "It's a cheerful room you'll soon till up the vacancy." "Hut not with such u man as Phlueus Marvcll," groaned .Mrs. Hyde. "O, Putty, you don't know hlml" "I know he must be a crusty old piece, nunty, or lie never would object to the dear, darling little babies," said Patty, with u lining glance at the twins, "Don't fret now, there' a dear! It'll nil come right, see if it don't. I'll write an advertisement myself and dike it down to the newspaper uflice this afternoon." eye-teetd "o, she answered, smiling to her self. "I'm Patty." 'Don't leave t.ie," he urged. "It's dreadful to be left alone." "No." she answered. "1 won't." Phincas Marvcll lay ill for n month and with slow recovery came n sense o( all that Pattv Smith had done for him. 'I'll tell vou what," said the doctor, on the day that he niadohis last profes sional visit, "if It hndn t been for .Mrs. Smith you would have been snugly stowed away between four mahogany boards by this time, my friend. "1 know if, Mr. MarveU answered. "Well," said Mrs. Hyde, when at lail I CAN'T STAV IN TI1K HAMK HOl'Sff WITH TWINS." Patty returned home and hugged the twins within an inch of their lives, "I hope the poor, dear gentleman is bet ter." "(), lie's all right now!" said Patty. or the He's coining back next dnv. Is the room all ready?" "All ready," Mrs. Hyde answered. Mr. Mnrvell returned the next dav and once more took possession of hit old quarters. Mrs. Hyde," said he, with n little em barrassment, when that lady came up stairs to inquire his wishes in regaril to anv early tea, "there's something I perhaps ought to mention to you." "Indeed, sir!" said the wondering Mrs. Hyde. "Whut is it?" "I'm going to beiuiirried!"iiunounred the. bachelor, with Infinite sheepish- ness. "Married, sir! You? Dour, dear! Then you'll be leaving me again, I shouldn't wonder." Not neccsjirlly, Mrs. Hyde. I dare say you and my future wife will get long comfortably together. "Indeed, tlr! "For I'm going to marry Patty." "Putty?" echoed Mrs. Hyde. est little creatures in the world," "Yes, Patty!" "And how about the twins?" de- mandril the amazed matron. The twins, Mrs. Hyde, arc the dcur- - So Mr. Murvull packed up his goods and left, and Mrs. Hyde cried. "It seems such a pity," said she, "aft- Patty's sake!" er ten years!" And Patty and her mlddlr-iigehus "Don't mind it, uuntle," said the band were serenely happy together. Courageous Putty, "i'ux lure he mutt N, Y. Daily .Vewa. d And, Improbable ns it may seem, Mr. Marvel! really looked u if he believed lint he said. It was all true. He did marry Patty nnd he was proud of his pretty, enei- getiu little wife, and still more proud, strnnge to say, oi ine ivviusi "I vvouldn t believe it unless I'd seen It with iny own eyes," said Mrs. Hyde. He as never could endure children ufore! Hut I'm as plcuicd as Punch for "We live on Fred street, in Whiting Indiana. "What me you doing out here? This isn't the wnv to lilting!" 'We made a mistake, said the child AMERICAN LIQUORS. nnd turning to his father he pleaded lining Tlielr llemll Wort In Cill.n I want to go home! mill I'nrlti lllen llriinUenliess "You'll have to take the car Iwick to Is , the Increase, the city!" said the stout man, nnd the drunken father awakened from his Kev. Dr. A. It. Leonard, who has made stumir long enough to sav in broken I.nglish that he would go home, but ii personal inspection of Porto liiconnd when the child pulled him in the direc the conditions existing there, writrs us tion of the ears he raised his hand to follows In the Central Christian Advo cute. strike. "Ilerelofore the Cubans nud Porto "Don't you hit him!" said .several of liiemis have not been given to drunk was com the crowd, and the pas polled to hurry ou and saw no more, eiiucss, bur the great amount of hard lie wondered how many hundreds and liquors being Introduced gives promise thousands of similar cases, where ehil of widespread dissipation in the near crown. dren cry because of drunken parenl.v. future. ThV light wines have created First Jewel. The best physical con 'I occur every day iu this great saloon the iieressity for u stimulant, nnd the Hon; bodily health, strength, tieauty, cursed Chicago. Lever. use of strong liquors will lie Iiirrrusini'- energy; fitting the body for its best ly In demand. The liquor ilealrrs of the GLEANINGS. t 'tilted States are not slow to avail work and lis highest joys. becond Jewel. The finest mental themselves of the new market these IsDrinking to drown one's misery, Is lands afford. Their drummers swnrm powers and highest culture. V. 17. nutting out a lire with oil. - liam'H In nil the towns mid cities, nnd their n Third Jewel. Tho victory over improved, strengthened mid en Horn. brands of liquors are placarded in nil nobled the character. Liberty is not the right to do what the hotels and public places. If some Fourth Jewel. High position, like n you like, but the liking to do whut is thing is not done to prevent the sale of city set upon n hill, whence they could right. atiiuml Ad mate. American liquors in these Islands wi'b exert the widest Influence. The king of Italy, although the head iu half n dicnile drunkenness will pre s. "And In nil innttcriiof wisdom nnd un of one of the greatest vail to an awful extent, which, added to existing sources of demoralization derstanding:" In everything which re countries. Is almost tin abstainer. quired peculiar wisdom to iiudcrstnnd How far docs all the guilt of keeping may well make one shudder when he nnd to explain. "He found them ten u saloon fall short of involving every fonUmphitcs the future. It is claimed times better:" Itettcr counselors, bet man who says It may be kept': - Lever. that drunkenness is on the loerense In Porto llleo since the I'nitctl Slates lias ter Informed. Harncs. "Than nil the A new German total abstinence jour magicians and astrologers:" The ma- nal has just been lannchul iu l.utrn assumed cunt ml, which, if true. Is cause gicians were the learned class, the mrg llolsteiu. It is the organ of tin for shame, nud culls loudly iiihiu the scribes the priestly class. "The astro! eriiiau Teachers' 'Abstinence nssoeiii' government to take ineiisiircs to arrest the evil." ogers,- - "reasoners from the stars, were tion, unit is called Die Kulhiiltonmkeit. the scicntitiu men, versed In magic and i'he W. C.T. P. of Crown Point. Ind., llruiilnlllill. occult silence. Magistrates of lilasirow I i:iw- - im hits won mi iniMirtiiut victory by get Fifth Jewel. A long llfu of eminent ting nn order from the xist olliee de- - proved of three recommenili.tloini for service. V. 21. "Daniel continued even nrtment lit Washington to move the ;.lhe regulation oi the sale of alcoholic unto the first year of King Cyrus," Is. post olliee, which Is now over a saloon. liquors to vvoiiiiii mid children. These C. 531, when Cyrus, having conquered arc: (I) That i;u liquor shall be de Al Oi'lwein, Iu., there will be no liabylou, Issuiil his edict for the re- loou this year, the petition for mulct livered to chihlirii who me under 12 building of the temple. Daniel hud tlm saloons being short ?.i names, only .'.In years of nge; (2) That no sweets. uliout 70 years of piddle service. being secured out of .Wl necessary to sweetmeats, tcivs or nresculs of nnv kind should be given to young people omplctc the quota of Nl per cent. TKMPKIIANCK APPLICATION. If vvc are not libV lo destroy the sent to licensed premises for liquor; Strong drink is one of thu most pow liquor Iratllc by our utmost possible op- (!) I hat mi Honor should be sold for erful mid most visible of temptations; position lo II, we arc yet able thereby consumption in the parts of puhtlu but temptation niipenlw to every bodily to free ourselves from personal icskiii-fcihilit- y houses set aside as family departments, appetite and every wrong feeling of the was for It; and In no other wnv can A copy of the rccoumieuilations mind. "Wlm I shall rule? What shall vvc do that. Lever. to be sent lo every license holder III be king and sit on the throne of my The Invvn supreme court has reci nlly the city.- - Alliance llecord. heart?" Shall passion and apjietltucoii. tendered u decision to the clnrcl that u I'iiHit fur Hie lorlirlnlr. trol my iiiitmc, subdue my conscience, person who obtains liquor for u habit A guide my life mid decide my future? Or ual drunkard, who has been "posted" that traveler has made the observation people shall conscience, nnd reason, nnd love ns such, Is as guilty of violating the law dom given to ilriinkcnuesn. arc very sel In HruII, to God and man control my body, and nn would the liquor dealer have been for Instance, where coffee is giown ex overu my whole lower nature. What did he furnish the liquor to the tabooed tensively, and all the Inhabitants drink rules, tho soul decides its quality anil Individual himself. It ninny times, n day. Intoxication Is Its destiny. The tuily way to b safe rarely seen, The effect is not only Ciin'l lie! llneU the Wine. against the temptation to strong drink The late Sir Walter Trcvrlvnu be noticeable among the natives, but thu Is to subdue all the bodily uppetltes.aud foreigner who settles there, though maku Cod our king and Ills love our queathed Ids cellar of wine anil snlr- - possessed of ever such a pulsion for ilk to thu lab! Sir Dciijninlii Ward Iticli- life. nrdsou for scientific purposes. The strong drink, gradually loses his liking' I'llts nnd Thistles, liquor was stored iu Sir iieiijamlii's cel for alcohol as he acquires the coffee- Love only can buy love. lar, and Iheie It remained at his ikalh. drinking liahit of the llriiIIInn, Truth Is moral dynamite. suit iu chancery has settled the Aulliilliin NprriiilliiK. Thu agitation against thu cxresslvn Tho III lla Is for our transformation; question of ownership. The Trevclynn family contended that the wine was use of liquor, which already has made all other bouhs for information. God mar bo worshiped at the bench given on it trust which had failed, so such headway iu France and llelgium, that it reverted to them, 'i hu Itlchard-io- n Is extending throughout western r.u- as truly ns at thrnltnr. e I family, said to be stanch teetotal- lope. IhU work In The Interest of the world In Christ ers, contended that the bequest win ab- curried on under the nuslpcccH of thu Is apt to he that of llcrodorof JiiiIhs. solute, and formed part of Sir lien- - Illue Cross league, which devotes Its at So great Is the least man, that noth tention IkiIIi to relieving misery enured ing less than God will ever satisfy him. umlii's estate. The judge took the lat ter view, holding that the wine wus by ulcohollo Indulgence nnd ns its Men may bo born with fortunes ready givn to the great English temperance principal nctlvity to preventive work made, but character they have to among the worklngrntn. physician. achieve. Ham's Horn. - er-b- y 1C-tcni-tatlov l8-2g s--icoffce-drlnl.itig Alsace-Lorrain- Was Rained. Vs. first. He "purposed In his heart:" They came to n decision. Second. They hnd an earlv religious training, ns was common among the best Jews. Third. Their sudden drpartum from home, to be thrown upon their own resources, probably helped them to take n decided stand for their religion and their God. Fourth. They used wise means. "He requeslcd the prince of the eunuchs.' Fifth. The Divine favor wns with Mm. V. 9. ".Vow God had brought Daniel in to favor nnd tender love." Sixth. Ily proving the value of his course. V. J2. "(Jive us pulse to eat leguminous plants or their seed, ns beans, peas, etc. V. 13. "At the end of ten days," etc., as short a Unions would Buttlce for a thorough test. The result vrns nil that was claimed. IV. The Crown of Victory. Vs. There were several jewels in this Hon harmed. II. The Tcmplutloti. V. S. What was the wrong in eating the klng' food? (I) The dietary might comprise artt cles of food, such ns the ilesh of swine hares, etc., which the law Interdicted to the Israelites (Ia-t- . 2). (2) Thcllesl may not have been perfectly cleansed from blood, and hence forbidden br the Jewish law (Deut. 11:2:1-35Jevvs.cvcn at this day, have their own butchers, nnd regard ns unclean Ihu meat pre pared in theordinnry wnv. (H) The mil versal custom niiioug the heathen of consecrating n portion of eatli meal by ollerlng n liortloii of it In their idols, nnd pouring out Hb.itlons of wine in 1 he their honor. liixurlousdiet pro vldcd by the king would corrupt the body and diminish the vigor of the mind. Nor with the wine. He had probably seen lis effects on others, nnd the bad comimny nnd dnngcrintn which It led. Probably these were far worse nt llabylon than in Palestine. 111. "How the Victory Over Tcmpta "WltnitB ) PUACK.-Ilabylon the Euphrates, loo mncs rasi oi jrrusairm. lm, kins: of Judah; N' l uchadntszar. of llabylon. rilOI'llirrS.-Jercml- ah and llabaksuk at Jerusnlem at the tlmo lianlol was car- rira capuvr, ami inier on Kxrklri amonx mo capnvos in nanyionia, ami Obaillah In juaan, were contemporaries of luntrl. Daniel. At this time 14 vrnra old, bom at Jerusalem of noble parentage, carried captive to llabylon. where ho lived all the u years- - captivity. A Kreat statesman, a learned sclentlllc man, a true prophet of the noblest character, he lived at least till 1J. C. 631. and died at the age of ti or more. nXi't.ANATOUY. I. The Tempted. In our lat lesion wo were looking upon Israel during the years before Its final captivity, It. we pass over more than a 2I. century of time, mid Into the hinplom of Judah, ami look upon that nntlon at (he beginning of its captivity, which eamo upon It for the same sins that ruined the northern kingdom. Among the I'.rst captives were Daniel mid three companions, who were afterwards caM Into the fiery furuaco nnd escaped tin Itulers.-JeholakTo-da- y I'len, A crowd gathered on (he corner of Lake and Fifty second streets drew the In the cenattention of all passers-by- . ter of the crowd a boy of seven or eight years wns holding with both hands the hand of n man past middle age. The man was so dri.uk that he could not give an Intelligent answer to the questions asked him bv different members of the crowd. The child was sobbing ns the tears rim down his cheeks: "I want lo go home." The crowd sympathized with the child. One man, evidi nlly a barber from his eo.it and iiprou, was particularly interested and asked half angrily of the nuin: "Where arc .vou Inking the boy to?" and the drunk man stared nt him. "It isn't right In let him take that child as drunk ns he is," said another man. "He was beating the Ixiy here a little bit ago because he cried to go home." A stout man worked his way through the crowd, saying: "Let me spenk lo the boy?" He stooped down mid the lmy evidently saw sympathy In his face, Inebriety is one of the moat complex neuroses and obscure tMirilerliiuil ills cases known. To the average prnetl tloiier the Inebriate Is simply n weak willful, vicious man, who has full mncr to do different, hut will not exercise it When the Inebriate Is examined care' fully, and nil the fads of his inheritance utiil nutritional ami nlso meiilnl life mid grow th arc grouped, a mil form pro gressive line of disease Is fouiiit.. The pathologic conditions which precedent cohol, and the conditions which follow from Its itscnrcmnrkcd IndilTereutde grees. The former arc not reeognled mid the latter have only recently come into ptouiinciice. The use of alcohol is follow etl by eouilitloi which differ very widely, mid are iinrxplainiible except bv n study of preceding conditions be One of these fore spirits were used. conditions Is hetedily, that Is the trans mission of defects nnd pri'illsMisitlons to degenerate in certain dltcctions, with or without special exciting cuucs, Another Is nutrition, a third l disease nnd traumatism mid its sequelae. fourth Is cult ore slid relliiemeiil.utidso on thioiigh a long list of causes. In u 11 cases it may be said Hint the nerve ecu ters suffer from practical starvation and the narcotism from alcohol Is grateful in covering up the Irritation and tlm pain which demand relief. From his study of this subject, T. I), Cmthrrs, M. It., presents the following summary iu the Journiil of lnebrlely I. Inebriety is n most complex lieu rosis. The causes are equally complex, nud Include alt the various stages of which iutliicnee mid disturb nutrition. . ,rt i sV.if.lFJirYTWWte. A COSTLY ERROR. The Merchant TIiiiiihIiI Was n Hie Assessor nf Itrndslreel's. Itriiresrntnllve One of the lawyer" says that a clierA it his is the hero of I hi story, and that il A a tear nr two, happened lu re man fiiiin the ullne went inta the iture of a llrhrvw merrhsnt in tfcs pursuit ef his duties. The two Im. 1 slight acqimnt iik . so that Hie assistant asses-se- e did it'tt think it iiri.a!) toiipliln his bonnes, lie was rat'irr riilpliseil when, answer l his quest mm, the itntfltrrper in tirmeedeii lo itilale on the value of lunlerk. "De line.t in any stme of de in de city, Il I volt' a i t hl leas than KlIXU." I put it 1. w ii al that, then," eaul the man. Doii D.i n." saul t he proprietor. "Yr mnl mi nn mistake" N the ssesa.ii s limn did it There vrs Is me nisi i. hi in Ihr .lore when the Its Ull showed the piMtnetor Out lie was tsiej on f.VlHI persoti.il. and he lushed over to essot's nlliie mill nil s .ilIe ipeed. the "Yt is ills' Vt ilis" .lie asked them, evi itediv "I havt m personal but il stiN, in nt) .lore I'm a hsr if it's IN "I Cume doMli ami look H tiler." Thrv to!, I him thai the let olds showed, th.it lie had iriven the bfuir to tkr aMr's in 'ui'w vtt atM-sso- r 2. Obscure Indigestion begins, ulid for this drugs ami hitters inutiilnlug aten. alcohol arc used. The narcotism which follows is so grateful that It is con His hands went Hp over his head in horror "My enotlness, my limnlne!" k shoHtnl "Vas Uat )oui man? I tnotstfct be vjs fruui llMltiel'a." Womitcr O- tinned. Dietetic delusions ni fostered in the minds of Kireuts and children, nnd from this many different forms of in ebriety begin. I. Often the most maniacal nnd chnm le inebriates are from these delusional 3. YACHTING. Alti: YOP TAKINO Till no v Tor-for he stopped crying. "Is that man your father?" he asked, "es, sir." - s.ilil the buy. "Where tin you live?" Ishmeiit follows. ft. The uniformity of taking foods vid the quality and variety nrr ewen Hal. This ami tiutrilionnl rest and uicii' tnl anxiety are iniHirtiiiil factors. 7. The inelirietv following these roil' ditions it successfully treated hy elimination of the toxins'nnd special cor rection of the nutrition. x. N ut ril Imi is a vrry active cruise in Hie production of inebriety nnd should receive n careful study in all cases. dyspeptics. 5. Starvation Is present In mnnv of these cases. The quality and variety of foods are delleietit, and defective miiir With nearly nil wlm nre seeking a plate to spend the vacation time, or to live for the summer sin son n prime requisite is suitMble witter fur salting. There nre many dralrrs nnd .llllt rent ideas on this subject us on fishing or any other smrl. ForMiiiie racing alone Is nttincllve, for others long crulsea with frequent stopover making good tarlmra neeissltlrs, and then there are great many who desire qnlet wtvter ami with whom safety is the first thought. Louie I sIkhi I with Its two hundred sitd fifty inilea of eesnst Mini jffers to every class t.f sailor his heart felt tlesiire. Yachtsmen have found thu vail around Ung Island oucof the most inflictive Hnd vnrletl courses known. .VJong the truck of the Uk liners on tho Ocean or South Shore, or down the Sound with its liillilberlea Imys, beauti ful harbor nnd safe anchorage; the harlmr surrounded lis they nre by noodctt hilN, lHnullfiil towns nnd picturesque villngv! abrupt bluffs and itretrhlng beauties of the South Shore give new pleasures enrh liny. In tlin Sound the early trials of all the fnmoin racers which have successfully defend- til the cup against nil comers for yours have been made. Mnnv of the most fa mous clules have fine houses nnd every possible jcomfort for tho yachtsmen. On the South Shore there Is another In Its (irent South liny. Shinne-coc- k liny and 'he many connections . 1. I ... uji V . 1in- T ii innni limn me t iiie.iii i... and. While the water Is constantly rhnnglng. ntnl the breeies meet lit tin lbstriictinn, there nre no heavy rollers mil while ctp, ami the fnetorof slifety rnlsetl to n very high iwilnt. The fastest arts built in this section, nnd nre known everywhere, and many n famous yachtsman of look his first lessons and gained ids (kill nnd exM'rlenec on those waters. u uueqiinloil advantage Is the fact Hint all points on the Island are In close touch wllh (irentor N'evv York by fast rxpresw trnlns and further by telegraph mu long distance telephone. 1 y IWriptire Heading "I'm in trouble gain, said thr new iesuter "Hert s a Itnry of a drlwite j the deaf and dumb in stitute. What he.id shall I .iit on it!" rti.it' r,i.. siiggrttrd tin- sn ke editor. "Make it 'II tnl to Hand Contest.' " Cath. olic Mjiulard and l iinrs. Vo 7tfrs. Pincham, jCynn, 9ffass. a great sufferer from female weakness My head ached all the tunc nnd I would getsodUy utiil have that nil gouu feeling In the stomach utiil was so nervous and res tics that I did not know what to tin with mvsclf. ' My food tlid me luigixxl anil I Inula (lints " Di:.mi til MIS rUKIItll HO, 4i.7j Fisik.ni- i- A year ago 1 vvnn hltes. I w rote In you uird Lytlla , Pinkliam's Vegetable, Compound ns directed, I can truly say tlmt I feel like u new woman nnd cutinut tyll you how grateful 1 um to you. "I luivo rccniuim tided it lo nil mv friends and hnvti given It to mv daughter who Is now getting; ulong vv utter tuklug bud case of MayjouUvo many years to help our suffering sisters." Miw. C. CAIU K.Mtll, 233 (illANll ST., N. Y. UllOOKLYN, Over citrhtv thonsanfl finch letters as this were received by Mrs. 1'inkham during 1897. Surely this is ci,.A ..i.!i; D"Ui; Jiiuui ui hit iiuiuty ...,r 1 to help suflering women. (AllS. lUKta nnut All llcst lHiugb eyruis TuieslJtuT. 111 .nils, nr drusBUts. tut 4 3 NINE DROWNED. Strainer Miinrnrcl Olwlll, UiIpii Willi Stone, Kuiimlrrcil in Imku Krle. Th V THE BUILDING DEDICATED. 0 limine f th Sseng.rf..! (lolden .labile Abont 11,000 1'rupl Witnessed I lie first Ccmeert. Mc TUB LION HAD FEELINGS. gliossril SHE GOT IT. 11 Thriit, Ton, When I'onncril on an l'iiilr Coat on it Log, Hot It Mee Took Hie llitnnitrrs thrj liiiiimr nf Ilie SlIlllUloll. He I.enrnrit Host, "A lnn In .Tn Davle'i county sent two dollars to New York fnr the tmrtiose of to find in if nut 'how to make a liunuieu dollars a day. " "A r,d did lie find lleirue.l stcmliera nf III Crew Tr 1'aunil Moating on III Hartirn nf th l.nkr, Clinging lit ITrrrhug- -. riilr llnru Wmt llarnlc. Cl.K.VI.I.AMi, ()., J imo 30. In tlx Jicnry nortlicnst gnJc U'cilncsdny nljlit the stcnincr Mnrjrnrct Olwlll, Inilen with stono from Krlty's island tc Utrvel.inil, foiiiiilcrcil In t.nltc Hrlr ofl I.ornln. Kino pcrioni wtte ilriiuiicil Four member (if thu crew liavo boon picked tip by passlnu; steamers and brought Into port. Tlir ilrnil nro: Cs.pt, John C, llriuin, mauler, of Cleveland; l.t.r.n llrniin wife of muster, Cleveland; lllnnchart) Itr.nin, tlilr mm; Mrs. fori A. llitrtirock, n passenger, Clerclnnil William I'orlc, fireman, of ClcTclanil (Icoro llrfTrmi, son in an. of Clcrclantl rank lllpp. watchmnn, of Cleveland two seamen, names ami resilience tin 1 linonii, The rescued: John Smith, CtN0l!ATf, Jtino 30. Tlie vast egg' limped Interior if the Sncngerfett aulldlng held not less than 13,000 pei- ilo 1 hursilay night to witness the tied ration of the building and the concert. A pretty Incident happened when ."ouiltictor F.lacnliclmcr came out from tho wings to take the bnton In "Wclhe Jer Kuenste," the 81,000 prize cantata. lie was literally pelted with gar'iandt of roses and wreaths of evergreen, liven after ho had mounted tho pint form and with baton III hoiid icndv tc begin, ho was made the target of ad miring friends in the chorus and or ehestra. Tho soloists were all on hand, nnc acquitted themselves nobly. The an dlrnca was especially kind to Mlsi Maconda, the tlrst to nppear. d Tho good, old custoir nf alt Zests the presentation of th lug, made a picturesque, scene a picture will llngei that In thu minds of all gooc time-honore- "People who linuglnc that niiln jIj Iiitteu't got feelings don't know what fficy urc talking nlmiit," mid the Yellowstone park guide, lis he sat cleaning Ida rlllc. "I was (Milling u trail around one of the spoutln' springs one day, and, gcttlu' w tinned up, threw my tout utcr tho end of u log. lly nnd by I went oil to hunt for u drink of water, mid it was, pcrhnps, half uu hourheforo ii'tiirueil to my work. 1 1 r A lot of poopie were pirent nt an auction 11? of .Ispincte kowU the other day. "Ilniv mu(n am I bid br lliii timiiill vsieT ' aked the atictiuiiicr, )il(iiig it sboic hi' hi id. "One dollar," reminded an clditly lady, (lttmit in one id the fmnt "1'hsi ' a flLiine," iiusl ll.e msn with tlia a a Hulk of nit, is liiniintr. " I Ins north futir tunes the sum. Why, look at it. Will an intelligent authcntii n.low dull a Mcnflie?" "A dollar and a quarter," tame in the "Yes. Hr received a letter containing a slip on wliieli those words were printed: 'Oct a Job in a mint,' "Chicago Times-HeralA otilJ" of Clcvclnml; Alex. Melted, chief cagl titer, of Clerclaml; l.uUe Schlnslil, see ond engineer, if Cleveland; Dutiuac Coylc, teaman, of Cleveland. Smith, Mclita mid Schlnskl uerc rescued by members of the crew of tin tenner .Sacramento anil taken Intc Irfiraln by the tug Cascade. Coylc wai plckeil up by the passenger steamer, Statn of Ohio, anil lauded at Tolctlc Thursday. I'rom the report of the survivors, the OIivlU's cargo of stone slilftrd while the revel was labor In? In the trough of the sea. Shortly before she is out ilown the rtidilrt liautt parted, allowing her to fall nil Into thu trough. As the helpless craft rt'v- - on top of a henry sea, the stone slid to leewnnl, the steamer listed Iwarily, nnd sank to the bottom. The rescued members of the crew svero fiu ml lloatlng on the surface nf Lake Krle. clinging to bits of wreckage. Their rescue was attended by exhl' billons of extreme heroism, fur a lisavy sen was still runaing when they were picked up. Tho Margaret Olwlll left Kelly's Island at o'clock Wednesday night hound for Ucrelaml with a cargo ol stone. Thcru was little or no wind lilim ing, but nt lu o'clock the gale com nu'iiccit and the wind blew from the northwest at thu rate of .'0 miles an hour. Suddenly the gale turned to the northeast and dipt. Itraun found that the boat w as making little head ssay and concluded to turned hack and go w lib the storm. I he rcsscl bail turned half way round when the rudder chains parted, and in an Instant tho Iwat was at the mercy of tho storm. Stic sras caught bativeen the two wares ami as she svas borno along the top of one of thi'tit she rolled over on her side. The cabins came loose from the hull of the barge and Moated on the water, while tho rest of tho ship went to tho hot torn. Coylc caught part of the after cabin and climbed up on it. HefTroti ssas clinging to a part of tho same flrt mnte. "When 1'iiiiH! uplt wiiHtoMen wlml-Ibig moil ii t;i In linn ireepln' nhing to rprlng on the coat. It wait ou-- the log In n vwiy to make it l.iok liki: n iiuiii ttoopln' down, and the lion wun nicely (leeched.,, )c skillkeil up to within IS feel of the log, croiichrd Hut for n moment, mid laid buck his enrs, mid thru he made two jumps of It. (ireascd light-till- s wasn't lu It with that critter. It wus like a big hull of fur shot from I ciiiinon, mid as ho (lew ho uttered a screech which brought my hair on end, If that coat hnd been n man he wouldn't haie had tlnm to say: '(into.' The lion lit ilowu on It with el.i s nnd teeth ready for business, mid in (he seconds the garment svns cut Into carpet rngs. "Then he realled the cheat, nnd sou ncier snw n hiimnii being look so foolish. Ills tall went down to the earth, the fire died out of his eyes nnd he's lime given $10 for someone to kick him up hill. Ills chagrin was so plain that I laughed right out, uiiTI that broke his heart. He looked at hip mid whimpered like n puppy, and when I asked if his mother knew he was out, he fetched n sort of sob in his throat, nnd sneaked off like n dog caught killin' sheep. If I could base run fast enough to lime caught him by the tall he would not lime looked back. He knew he had made a fool of himself, nnd he wanted to get off nnd hide himself and have a long think." Chicago Inter O.eiin. n' fcliM ill n .Slllllnnnlre. r.ii'liona.rc emifctsed the in ret of his suectss n two winds- - hard work He said he put in the I's-- t I'srt nf hi life in ain.ng dollars and Iomi.r liea'tli, and nniv he was putting in the ether liaT in spending ilc irs to pit bark hralih. Nothing equals Hntet tti s Stomal h Hitlers for restoring health to the overtired body and brain. It rctsnt the starting point the stomach an J oversame mhiiihIi'. lone. comes neriniisness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia "Well, well, ivell! Can't jou kc that tliii and indigestion. Ua and )iit stand title and allow 't to be Kisrn aisa for null a paltry Mini?" llelmyrd Himself, dii Mr and .i half." Agsm it nas Hit "A Nell Did you meet Mis (lotrox'a fiancee? tame bidder iekltiK. Heile Yes; he's no Italian count. "A dol.ar and a half! The veiy idea!" "HnK do you know!" cjmiUlid the aiKtiomer. "I never saw tin "He shakes your hand around in a circle like, loine, piod piople, ivhat i the mean-inaa if you were an organ." Philadelphia of tins? tliic i the miUdfi" eiial .!ililid in Mieh a nuiiner! It iia Record. mi soiirtrnie." elip nnd IlnrnT Do Vonr feel "A dollar sctcnly Use," said the tolitary Bhnke Into your shoes,' Allen's bidder. "I tannot let it go fnr that," was the a powder for the feet. It makostlghtorXcir Cures Corns, Ilunlous, man's reply. "It i too cotIv, ton pieLiout. Hhoes feel Knsv. tnd too rare in pattern. Wake up, or I'll Bivollcn, Hot, (iallnns, Horn, nnd (Sweating Foot All Druggists nnd Shoo Stores sell put il biiik in the Inn," It, S.V. Samplo sent FHF.K. Address, "Thm do'i.ir," the uoiiihii siid. '"Well, it doon't eiii if I can (ret anjr Allen 8. Olmsteil, I.e Hoy, N. Y. m. i.r, -- g rdlei-tini- i Why let your nclf,hbors know It? And whv p.lve them a chance to guess you are even live or ten years more? ucttcr give ;ncm good reasons for gursjing ,nc other wav. It Is very easy: for nothing tells of age so quickly as gray hair. Foot-Kns- more, Whenever a young wife proposes to bake The lad) stepped up. paid for and received her ow n bread in order to save five rents a her va.e, and dipailid. apparently without week, the man who has put nn the market notieiim the mules of the audience Cin- an infallible cure for dysiepia smiles like a cat that has just eaten the canary. Xau-vocinnati Kiiquirtr. Hustler. twice, three tnnrs! Sold to a lady thereat that shameful tiKiue." so here goes. Two dullars once, Ileitis Trade. GREAT LEGAL VICTORY. Value of an llmiorril Trnilr .mr t'p held !) the liilleil Mules Circuit Court. The California I'lg Syrup Co., of San Krnnclsco, has just won n legal victory which is of utmost public interest, as It Ctnb!ishcs judicially u fact long recognized ethically that the name or the title of nn article is in liable property, entitled to the same protection ns chattels or commercial paper. The company mentioned munufacliircs mi excellent hixntiio which has been ctcn-sliel- y uilicrtincd and acquired a valuable reputation under the iiiinii; "Syrup of I'igs," or "fig Syrup." Trading on the reputation of this remedy other manufacturing concerns applied tho lame name to luntin- - medicines made by them. The California Tig Syrup Co. took the matter in the I'nitcd States courts nnd obtained u permanent Injunction, of which the following is the text: "It Is thereupon ordered, adjudged and I . nnd Fever Is a bottle of Gkove's Tasteless Ciiiu. Tonic. It Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No euro no pay. I'ricc.COc. The llrst Prescription far Chill. Vigor is a It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. It never falls to restore color to gray hair. It will atop the hair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thick hair, and short bair becomes long bair. It cleanses the scalp; removes all dandruff, and prevents its formation. We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you. youth-renewe- r. Ills Wnr. Ikr ntein Vat vould you do oaf Fortune vas to kr.oog at your door? lirahhcnlicimer l'ull her in usdt sell her lonudicgi! ruck. I'ourlli or Jnlf on Hie ('. II. tc II. Hy. Half rate tickets will lie sold to nil points nut he C II & I). Ity. for the Fourth of July. Tickets will lieigcxsl going Julvll and 4, nud luclu-lvgotxl returning up till July S e. Louis EhrgoH, , Muslrsl Kir CUT fit Itr barlt,rrfrt Jubilee. (icrmana doubtless for many years. This followed the speeches of Presi dents Deilcr. of the bund, and Holt ni.inii, of the snengcrfest, and Mayor Tafcl. and ssas participated In by President Ilcttinaun and John Dimling, the latter tho president of the last saengcrf.sl held two years ago at Pittsburgh. The Hag, a graceful white affair, heavily adorned with silken and iiicIhI ornamentation, was carried out to the center of the stage by M em ber llergliauscn, of tho executive board, and then the simple exercises ol presentation were given, President Itctttnaiin receiving It from Mr. Dim ling's hands with a few well chosen words. I'riinf i f the (uir'i Mlncrrllj. The recent lauding of 8,000 Doiikho-iior- s or Spirit Wrestlers in Cnnndii Ii nnotlici- proof of the sincerity of the crur of liiiRsta In wishing to bring about the reign of iinherrnl peace nnd good will. These people were driven to Icuie their hoiiicH in C'iiuciihus pruiiiici'H of Itiissin by tho persecutions of the cznr'a ofllrcra. They corrcsiMinil closely In religious faith to the Quakers, unit were welcomed to their new homes on tills continent by Quakers from the I'nitcd States. The Duukhoberg hale Jccrer-I- that the Injunction and restrain-ir- e conorder heretofore maJe herein been iMTuccutcd for more than n centinued until to that l.ereln, tury lu Itushla. Time mid again their nid that an final decreebe Issuedand prayed as Injunction slllagcs haie been broken up, nnd they for In the hill of complaint herein, strictly hine been driven to wilder mid more onirnandlnp and enJJinini; the defendants, II. & desolate parts of the Itusslan empire. Clinton A. Worden T. Company, aV.corporaC Itarnn. tion. J. IlrlKht. Little. Tho lender among them Is Prince C. J. Schmelr and Lucius Little, and each 1.111-ko- In s few sears the neonle out vrest will be engaged in lynching the automobile thieves, Waihington 1'ost. Tu Cure a ltl Id Oue Day Take Iii tho llrouio Oululuo Tablets. All druggists refund money If ltfallstocuro. Soc. "Docs your wife ever ash yon for Wiks "Never." Hicks "She t he a wonder." Wicks "Hut she frequently tells me to give her some." Itoston I la Ihr .esr West. j monev?" mu-- Hieks If rou do not oht.iln sit the benefits you expected from lira use of the Vliror. write the doctor MlKiut It. l'rutably there Is some difilraltr with your genrrsl srstem which mar pe easily rrmovea. Aunress, Dr. J. C Aycr, Lowell, Mass. Transcript. Don't be bulldozed by manufacturers of old fashioned dies, into believing that it re- -' mines a special dye for wool and a special ilje for cotton. They want to sell jou tun paikngcs when one would do, that is, if that one is l'utnaiu Fadeless Dyes. 10c per package. ! Ranches, Mines and I It's a good memory that sometimes adChicago mits of discreet forgetfuluess. Daily News. cabin. Ohio, sighted tho wreckage about 3:13 In tho morning and after sailing around the wreckage for an hour and a half Coylo was rescued, lie (Trim ssas thrown a lino but he sras too weak to take hold of It and went down. Several attempts were made to get the yawl bo.it in tho water but the sea wah still running high and tho work was extremely perilous. IlelTrou'n death was a pathetic one for ho grabbed tho ropo and Wing encouraged by the crowd made a superhuman effort to put tho rope around himself but he was to weak and had to giro up the dpt. Willoii;hby, of the steamer desperate sfrugglo with the wares. The rescue of Coylo was effected with ilifticulty. Import linemen walked up nnd iluwu tho stenmcr anil every time the big boat could he worked ncn him a lino would bo thrown. Dually he reached one of them and ulckly got it SONGS OF THE FATHERLAND. uround his body. Ho ssas more lead than atlrc when taken in. Th llrinn Atubmtisilor fruits flrllnr,i Tu II 111., June 3ft- - (lor. SmiMimi.K, Tanner Thursday contracted with the llig 1'iiur and Illinois Central railways to take the Negro miners at I'.inu out of tho state and Thursday afternoon tho llij; Four took two coach loads. Via men, women and children, whllu Thursday night tho Illinois Central took those remaining about 200 In number. Tim destination!, are. unnon-unio- n and crime arc tiuknowr n ong the sect. Chicago Tribune. tentstlonsi Slot Ilnklna nml MiinliiB; While I'lsh. Scalpers Vl ha Ar The usual rule for baking tlsh is 13 ltallruil Tlrkl. minutes to the pound, v. lib mi extra ten CiH'iNNATl, Juno SO. A sensational or tl ft '! nilniites' nllowuuce if the llsh more was made Thursday In tho tight Is unusually thick. A good Ktiilllng for between the railroads and tho ticket whltcltsh is ns follows: One cupful of cracker or dry bread crumbs, one scalper. of chopped parsley, one Judge Taft, of tho United State! of chopped onion, two court, was applied to and enjoined all of chopped mk t or bacon, or Cincinnati brokers from dealing In one large tnblespoonful .! butter; Saengtrfcst tickets Issued by the Ik t of n teuspoonful of Jail, two company. 0. S.-of 11ncly-chocd plcklen, Almost at the same moment applies of a teuspoonful of pepper. tlon was made to Judge Jackson, of the If a moist stuffing is desired, mid of u cupful of milk. Hostou superior court, by the lllg l'our and I). rallro.nU, to enjoin lludgct. tho C, II. brokers In Cincinnati from selling MrllliiK n Well. A Hnrtford (Conn.) lawyer tells of Saeugcrfcst tickets issued by their n client In one of tho adjoining towns Hues. This ties up the ticket brokers pre who hnd a farm to sell, He hud recisely as they went during thu (!. A. cently sunk n well on it, nnd the job 11. national encampment. The court cost quite n sum; consequently when followed the decision of Tutted States ho diked of disposing of his property, well caused Judge Clark tu the" Nashville centen- the nial caie. "Hov much do you nsk for tlia The ground of the Injunction Is that fnrmV' the lawyer nsked. by tho establishing of low rates the "Wait, I'll tell yer," drawled tho railroads hare special contracts w 1th farmer; "I'll sell the place for $700 sacngrrfest visitors. These contracts with the well, ami I'll let it go for $000 require the original purchaser to use without tho well." IVladelphla the low rate tickets on the return trip, Tlme- or not at all. A THE BROKERS ARE ENJOINED a ItiisMlnn nobleman, who beciiuis n consort to the religious faith of tin Spirit Wrestlers, nnd gave up his estates and Msltton In consequence. I'ruiiken-ntH- s slil on lb Tlekcl Handling Snsr-ffs- t ls ono-thi- rd )f oiie-qnnrt- one-quart- er t mix-Ict- y. ants, attorne).i and counselor?, from making, using or selllnR any liquid laxative medicine, marked Willi the name 'Syrup of Klcs,' or 'Pic Pyrup.' or any lolrrablo imitation of the same: frcm making, using or selllnR any laxntiie medlcino put up In hoses, wrappers or cat tons, having on the umn the name 'Sj rup of FIes,' or Tie Syrup,' or any colorable imitation of tho same, from making, ustre or1 selling any liquid laxative inedictr.c put up In hoier, wrappers or cartons, sa as to be like the or boxes used by comcarton. plainant In connection with the liquid laxative medicine made by It, or so as to be a colorable Imitation of the cartons marked Cxhlblt A, and tiled in this case, being a carton, box or w rapier used by complainant for Its liquid laxative medicine, marked and named 'Syrup cf Hs.' or 'Fig riyrup." from making, using or selling any box, wrapper or carton as a wrapper or case for medicine, i liquid laxative branch of bearing upon It a tig tree with tho figure of a and fruit, and surruiir.ded by the leaves words In a circle "San Pranciseo Syrup of Figs Company, 3an Francisco, Cal.,' or any similar words or figures, or any colorable Imitation of such a ssmbol or mark, or from inaklrg use of. In anyway, in connection with a liquid laxative medicine tho name 'Syrup of Figs Co.' or from using any name wheieof thi words 'Fig Syrup Co ,' or 'Syrup of Figs Co.' form a pail as a builiiea rame of a rcmpany, or concern, or corporation engaged In the oust-nc- s of making and telling a laxative medicine " This decision is of nil luaiiufai'luriiM whose products bear n rcccguled titfc.ns well a n prnteetloii,ti the public s hose naturally rests in n large measure upon the iinme of the goods it buys. and all of them, their and each and all cf their OKents, enipln)ee. workmen, serv- Orchards Arethetiaslsof productlresvealthln Fur Whooping Cough I'Iso's Curo is a successful reined v. M. 1'. Dieter, liTThroop Ave., Uruoklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, Vl. "Does Col. Wood see double!" "Shouldn't wonder, lie drinks enough for two." lown Topics. New Mexico, Arizona, California Cattle and sheep on the plains, fluid, silver, copper. Iron and coal in the Luscious fruits and mountains. Ridden grains In the Talleys. Ahun- itant sunshine and pure air every- where. A place to t li a llnll's Cnlnrrli Care Constitutional Cure., Trice, 75c. I ,, .. Make Money In. Write for free pampldets and Infor- mation ahout homesceliers' excur- sloy rates. ddrrss General rssseaier OOct. CHICAGO. Golden Days. Prairie chickens are gams to the last. '', IkeAUliisoa.TopelaaSsotafeRsilwar, I 'Winchester 1 M tiiainsiimiwmmiaiiaiiiiiMiaiaawiMiil Send your rum; and address on ac.) postil, and we will send yea our 136-- S ( () rwt lllustnted aljlorue free. WV Free? I GOOD s The Buckie Printers' , i i i i i I KULLtnO r !: j MANUFACTURERS OF w 176 Wlnchntir Atenue, WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. New Kaien, Conn.JS Printers' Rollers and Composition 421 and 423 DEARBORN Ink all faded out. Couldn't have beta Did you eiTr run across an old Utter? ST., CHICAGO.' i i i i i i i ! t t CARTER'S INK TrrfrrfrfT Costs you no inure than poor ink. Might as well have the best. -- IT DOESN'T FADE. With enlirced quarters, modern machinery isd new manaeement we are prepared to till orders promptly. All rollers ruarintecd rcund. smooth and true, and absolutely free from pinholes. tttttttttt UNEXCELLED for HALF-TONor other fine work. E f THE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK-Tat- Iiiiwiieiwiii,itwiiiiii!aiititiitimii With 27 years1 eiperlence. fair prices and liberal terms, e ask your patronage and guarantee to satisfy you. Remember to ahlp us cr writs for terms mentioning this advertisement. Ulill llul of III Mills known. A t'si tit Yellow Nr.w Yojik, Juno HO. John Johnson, matu of tho Norwegian steamship Krim, was ri'ni'ivcd to Swliiebiirno rvr. Island hospital Thursday afternoon, suffering from yellow fever, and Thursday night his condition Is serious. The Krim sailed from Havana on Juno ill) via Mataiuas. I.ng Drlivre Urostneil. riMINNill JunrM tlc commuiif S !.'. 4 Mi buit'lirr. t . u) .V) CAI.VKs PalnoirisikliUht... lu lh rrslilllt of th (lulileu Jllbll llOO- - Couoi'itml Bi aiy 3 t3! Mlxtslparke S T.s n a M nt t'lnclnnMlL t 3 "i H .1 Ml hliiers 3 tt 4 M si rt si Washington, Juno SO. Tho (lerman t.AMII- - Si rice lent J 40 ii 3 T'l Wiiuero s r it .... nmbassndor ut Washington, Dr. Von UI'AIN Wliui--W IS No 3rel fj tl llollcbeii, has sent tho following greet l urii" Na i iuiis tt :CiVi i m- - Nn .' (i m ing to l"est President llcttliiunn, for llieNo. S ft tl tho Golden Jubilee Saeugcrfcst, now tlAV Prime In chu.ie nl'.'ii I'itOVIHIDNs MesHirk tt 4 In session: I.ur ft ht t us II "To the North American Sacngcr 1IUTTKU tn iiiHiv ilairy I'rime elioirv cr amcrjr t SI bund; I send on this occasion of Its AI'ri.i:-('l- n lee to f.sner ! tn tt S .") POVA'tiins-Xei- v. rr brl .... I XI (l III golden jubilee my sincere congratulaIIIIC.MIO. May the refreshing and char n.Ol'll--Wlnte- r tions. 3 tl A 3 t. nilent songs of tho father UIIAIN Whr.it Xiv Snsl..... t tl', 3 I'hleusu .siiriiu,' T3U 71 St. land, transplanted hcio from the old rou.s- Nn : 3l'l 31 sr u 1 U. W' country, Unci stilt further In the sing- I'lllilv Mc 7 4i si. s ill ing societies of North America n true I.AIill -- U'l.ln 4 W,t 4 Sl'.W YOKIf. plncu of culture, for tho renown ol )1M ii 4 10 luu-tltho old ami for the best Interest of tin rt.OI'lf W.nier rsl l W IIK.VT No i A ( (IIIN ii , Nu i imixssI ( new country." iivi;- s if; "IIui.i.kiikn, Imperial ambassador." 3j U, OAT MltlHt fpcrft (till ntsi l.n-h- A Natural Black is Produced by For Infants and Children In Buckingham's . Use For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought INC CIN1AUH 90 cti. of druggiati or R.P.Hsll & Dyes. C.,Nlua,N.H. i . tOMttll, TT MUMif kTMIT.NIWVOM UKAIIHItS OK THIS I'AI'KK IIKSIIIIM! TO IIL'V ANYrillNO AllVKltTlKll IS ITS COLUMNS HA VINO ellOll.D INSIST fl-OWI1ATTIIKV ASK X)lt, UKKL'blNO ALL bCllal'lTL'Tia Oil IMl l'ATlONS. ITY. actcr-cunnblln- g N-- . . OAl--N- nf 7.1 THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE EDUCATIONAL. INDIANA UNIVERSITY PlJItls- - Xftt Ilrslh ii f dm. Maillll. I.AIIK ines Western 10 .'0 -- 10 W jcr Fl.Oflt-Pilll- llv llAMioit, Mc, Juno 30. Divld Uli.MN-- U lieut. Nil 5 rid Nadcijiia and J'.lt l'ratt, log drives, MKiiiiern aged 70 years, lie enlisted In the Uth I nlll- -I ISO I vtcrte drowned lit Second lake rapids Clul- - Nis $ Idle Pennsylvania reserves in 1NU and wni In shooting thi rapids. James Thibc-dealis r N' 'iiuiMterii of tho regiment. He was I'lisuiuallly of I'.iltcu, was drowned in Urcat inado major made a brigadier general In ltd) nnd lump iiroiern lake by tho rupsiziug of a canoe. INDIANAPOLIS. Ur,cvctcil iniijor general. ul. N.'. 5 red Tlia l.argrat l.eallier Ileal. il. 7IIHSHU l Nu i IliUisI 1rrllle llsln Storm In Trias. IIonio.n, Juno SO. -- The United States LOflsVILLR Austin. Tex.. Juno SO All south, luiithcrCo. has sold to II. II. Kndiiutt 1'I.ont - U'lutrr lMient west. i block of solo leather amountiug to central and tcrrl3oTexas wiis Tlrirsdny IISAIN- - Wlincil N'u '.'rod..,,,, i srr .mucu rain Menus which 1,000,000 In value. This Is ouo of visited by tho largest sales of sole leather (iw have practically tied t'P ull t.'.e rail- rnills M I.Ah'U-bicroads In this section of tho statf. a ciuh order. nudo. It n, ClltAlN-Wlieuril-JSOaU-MU- ssL Towam), Pa., Juno SO. MaJ. (Jen. Henry J. Madlll died hero Thursday IIAI.Tl.MOKri i JO 1 Al 44 M tu 3 4 71 4 UJ s SSfcit 4l Alt') 671. tj4 7i 3i, 3.'!, SAPOLIO mm U not Two huntlrnl and ihlrlr ttraduatt and uoatr irrHituutt rour-Mnttna tlprinivnt On thou ni fl fly itudrul. Krtty county In InJUn rejR. Til H HKJlsTH v. ULCKW1SUK', iM. XKSTIOXTIUS JUi'fU fn ftS&SKJSfi: rfrnt.. A. N. K.-- K 1767 AVIIKV AVIII TINO TO AUVHTItRUfl IhMt you MW tk A4fMrtl tlriie Mrui lu IbU uicr (! mil s tt (k 37 71 I I Aids Digestion, Mti sml 7.' M-- eethinAi TEETHING POWDERS Kfgulates toe Boweis, TeetLIcfi Easj. Kellercs the Bowel Troubles Children of of Any Age. fl i f-- l, U nut um ft u .Vl 1 Ij left ij 4rn(iUu biU 05 ceaU to C. v. MOKFETT. Ml. D Aaw'iBtfuori. 8T. LOUIS, MO. COUNTY NEWS. Clay County. Tyner. liov. Win, Anderson filled the pulMlllors Crook pit at Liberty last Sunday. FARM. HOME. SCHOOL. Stormy B. Ncal, a student of E. F. Etbus, the well known drum- Berea College is at homo for vacation Edited kjr Mm, Kat K, I'DtKAM, Ttarhrr In KdlKd .jr Mm. Eu llortlcul-litre- , KdlUd at the 1 H. C. MiK'N, I'roftaMir ol Yihi m, ter thli Drparunrnt muit wh thf edCopy Il ft. College. Normal Pt rlmnl, lirrra Collfrr. mer of McWhorter, passed through meeting his many friend. llerca Celltgf. itor on Saturday preceding date of Imie. t this place last week enroute to Boone-ville- . Married at the residence of the Our talk this week is just for tho As promised in our Inst lasuo wo Keop Your Files bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. give this week a full list of entries in boys and girls and neither teachers Ammio. Last week Mr. T. P. Bullook, the Eates, Chelton Neal to Miss Retta the Homo spun fair at Berea on Com- nor parents need listen. The aim of tho editors of tho sjvecial We bavo had good rains Intel?. fifer, nnd Mr. John Moore, the drnm-me- r, Estes, Eld. W. F. Clemons officiat I am planning tc visit as many of depnrments of The Citizen is to fill mencement Day. Wo want all our Though rnin was needed, the ground were called to give martial mu- ing. readers to look the list over cnrcfully your schools as 1 possibly can this these columns with mntters of real ami is too wet to bo worked, and all hands sic for a celebration held on Sexton's Eld. James T. Adams of Lexington and see if you could not havo brought summer, nnd if you aro good children permanent value to tho subscribers. arc going fishing these days. A par Creek in Clay County. I ahall give each school a plcturo thnt There will lo suggestions for home is visiting Eld. W. F. Clemons and j in something you have mnde, to ty of twelve, including your corros- - j Our beloved Dr. Robinson, who the people how to make peto for a lnrgo numSer of prizes. has a very pretty story about it, and improvement or for improved methods . -- !,;.:,, in pendent, look a lisinng trip on tn money by investing their money in You have a year to prepare, so wo urge next week I am going to write out tho of farming thnt may Ih read with In Goose Creek Inst week, and succeeded MM,ion County h,B decidw. on moro tho United Stato Mutual Investment all to make something before the next story for you ami I want everybody terest at tho time of issue and yet the in seining ovor one hundred of the than n visit there and has moved hw Co. of his city. Fair. Try for as ninny prizes as ikw- unit takes hie Citizen to cut this putting in practice will not bo Immefinny tribe, some of the fish being of family to Berea, where he will permadiately possible. You will want to Undo James Smythe was bitten by siblo and show people what good story out nnd save it. Oeoroe Baker. nuito large size. nently locate. Wo regret the depart- a mad dog on the 17th inst. Ho went work can bo ilouo in your Homes, Now 1 shall tell you why I want turn to tho article and read it ngnln ure of such men as he. Onodla. In this list the residence of only you to Have the picture. It is only a and think it over and study out just to tho mndstone at Foxtown in Mad- Corn looks well. Oats and sweet small one, but it it full of one of the how you can make it apply to your Rev. J. 0. Parsons, who is connect- ison County, and the stone adhered those living out of Beren is given. potatoes nre very good, and farmers ed with the New Baptist College at onlv once. He returned in tho full very best things in tho world moth particular case. So keep your file. Mnttie benlbuuck lint. I wonder what you would Keep every number of The Citizen Cup, Knife, fork, are having success. E. G.Tankersley Burning Springs, passed through this hope that all danger is over. have said waa tho best thing in the from No. 1. tlown to tho very last in and spoon. Mr. Robert Baker lost a child on nlace last week enroute to Berea. He Bell world if I hnd asked vou to guess Mrs. L. Wilson, SturgeonQuilt. was just from Burning Springs and order of publication. June 22. When we rend pretty stories, nnd Emma Spenco Coverlid. Pinevlllo. Thomas Murray preached at reported that the prospect for the Rev. Wilson Williams, Conway Split-botto- look at lx'ftutiful pictures it mnkes u is being A good deal of New Hope Church Saturday nnd Sun- school next year was good, nnd that chair. happier nnd Itetter. I want you to a part of the new teachers had been douo. day, June 24 and 25. Your Undo Samuel spoon. do a few special things this Mimmer Tlios. Merrill Rev. Robert Brandenburg A.J. Asher is putting up a saw-miBooneville, chosen, Mr. Arther Minter, of Not many iwoplo having a rich and Mrs. J. M. Baker- - Towel, tow tow- thnt will help your teacher and make of Owsley County being one of the near his house. made a business trip here last week. r generously disposed old unci" will M. Conns. el, mittens. Jas. and better. your school number. Grant Taylor wbh in town recently Messrs. Alfred and A. II. Burns Mrs. Mnggie Buruell Mittens, First. Try to do your licit in every take uny great amount of pains to and the deputy sheriff levied on his Owsley are putting in a fine, lot of poplar timstockings, socks, quilt. study, your teacher loves to help ko-pl- keep out of the way of little gifts that mule. There was quite a tussle before ber in Leslie County. we may 1m diioMd to distribute Traveler's Rest. M. J. Anderson Quilt. thnt are in enrnrst. he got tho mule. Mrs. Maxiline Baker nnd family C. B. McGuire paid Beattyville a Polly Clift SusH'iiden. Second. Deeud ou yourselves for among his nephews and ueices. Now It. W. Slusherhas mnde a visit from have returned from Berea and will flying visit last week. Mnry Davis Quilt, towel, wool your example in Arithmetic and all the alwve mentioned old gentleman Tennessee. Ho is in the logging blankets. spond the summer here. at Washington is You don't ask with the rest of your work W. T. McGuire of this place is pay business and recently was badly hurt S. B. Satlob. fan quilt. ieople to eat vour dinner for vou, then i anxious to distribute among the Inrm Maggie Mullins Mittens, ing Lexington, Ky., a flying visit. I by cutting his knee with nn ax. tl frti of tin IV S. a lot of iiifonniuion Clnrk -- Cartersville, .nn' Mrs. Mary your thinking Ogle. and Mrs. A. Eversole of Ever Mr. Jas. Williams was coming down a Blanket, table-clotThird. Keen the schoolhouse nent which will put money iu their pockets. abundant sole, Ky., have been visiting friends We have been having hill with a load nf lumber, when the elvet. AVirr thrown bit of pnper ou the1 H doe this by means of what ate rain, but farmers are well up with and relatives near this place. brake benm broke nud cnused the Mrs. Susan Hart Quilt, hose, mit- floor or around the vard. Never suit called Farmers Bulletins issued uy their work and crops are good. The people of Owsley visited the wagou to tip over nud throw the lum- tens, coverlid, table-cloton the floor, it is not onlv untidv, but , the Secretary of Agriculture. Men Miss Helen Brigman will teach the Sextons Creek Lodge of Clay County ber on him, injuring him fatally. Mrs. Lucy Bauks, Tyner. Quilt, it is not healthy to breathe air thnt who have made sMcial studies of s school here for the coming term. Geo. H. K.ncckles. on lost Saturday and enjoyed a good knit shawl. such filth dried up and stirred up rious matters iu relatiou to farming Mrs. G. Swafford is suffering with dinner and were treated with much i have written up the results of their Mrs. Grace Smith lloae, blanket, in it. Knuckles. a dislocated arm. lace. kindness. Say kind things about itnestiL'ations in n practical, popular Fourth. We aro needing rain. Misses Nellie Smallwood and Ella Mrs. Perry Reynolds Carpet iu the teacher to the folks at home. style and these are printed in handy The examination held at Booneville HarTy Todd is operating large loom. Frederick visited relatives at Lovell, Findiug fault with teachers does not little pamphlets and numlK'totl. The very strict, the works on Red Bird. Juue 17 and 18 was Mrs. E. N. Ramsey Carpet, Counduring the week. most of the back ntimlHrs can lie had help them to do better work. result was three applicants received Dr. Durham of Pineville, Ky. is in terpane. William Cottengin and John Small- - second class certificates and three re Fifth. Take care of your lips! The mailed free by asking for them and Mrs. Mary Sharp- - Cowlid. our midst attending the sick. wood conducted a meeting at Asher's ceived third class and seven failed. teacher can't watch fifty pairs of lips, also, on request, the farmer may have Mrs. J. R. Bishop, of Teges P. O., Clay carpet. Thos. Clark, Cartersville Rag but you can surely manage out pair. sent to him a list of such publications Fork, Saturday and Sunday A. J. Barker. County, is visiting friends here. which will enable will It is expected that a Mrs. E. E. Ryan Quilt, woolen So do not whisper in school. There as they aro issud South Fork. from socks, cotton socks, mittens lace col- - is plenty of time at recess to talk. to write for the bulletins ou subhim J. B. Kuuckles was prevented soon be built from Flat Lick to this The Owsley County Teachers Insti inini. nn Ilia TYmipssa trill, on ae i i if Sixth. Take father and mother to jects of most inteiesttohim. Among. place. tuto convenes at Booneville on the , will of Some parties through selfish mo conn- - visit the school whenever you can get tho bulletiun now issued which 17th inst. This is expected to be a to go. They will like to see prove of special value to farmers of them . R. Knuckles, the attorney, will tertmne. tives defeated an attempt to extend pleasant, as well as instructive week, nHnmt Hi KrMim.finn , niMTtnp . TV.!.! in and how this section are the following: No. 18, how neat tho school-rooe Clnv II.,.. nil the so that it would make ., Crops are fairly good here but not' KForage Plants for tho Souths No. "21, n. ' Pork connection at Goose Rock. This coun - earnestly you are an wonting, homespun, blanket, table-linen- , 1 Manure; No. '1, reeding so iavoraDie as mm year. W hen I come to visit you I shall Barn-yarterpane. would be a very desirable step nnd we Yoifr correspondent is proud to at this place is say that the mountains are going to The Sunday-schoo- l Mrs. Albert Hart Mitteus, cotton watch to sew how well you children Farm Animals; No. '21, Hog Cholera hope it will yet be accomplished. progressing nicely. May the good patronize old Berea College this year. hose. nn doing your part, and 1 shall not and Swine Plague; No. 10, Farm M. H. Frederick Mrs. Molly Floyd, Danvillo Quilt.' forget the picture, nor the pretty Drainage, which will prove of eeci-a- l work continue. I say this because I have heard them Skldmoro. lace, rJ. And hero is n littlo verse that 1 Jonas, Conway-Mitte- ns, interval to those farmers who have Fortunately farm work waa nearing say so. I don't seo why anyone Tho teacher's institute of Clay counterpane. vant you all to learn. It is by Phebo wet lauds that need tile laid in them: completion before Commencement, should shun the source of knowledge County will begin Julv 19th. We No. II, Fowls, Caro and Feeding, These exhibitions show what can Carey, otherwise college boys would havo an and go to school at haphazard. DOS T GIVE IT hope to have some of our friends visit which ajiould lx reatl by the girls and be done, and there are many other! opportunity to harden "soft white II yrxi'vr trlct Dil hate not won. We live in counties adjoining to Hafrorn Berea. women of this whole country; No. Mi, people who can do as well. Bring in hands". Nrtrr.lop lor if Jin. Harlin and Clay, and in regard to the something to exhibit, or something to The Dairy Herd: Its Formation and All that'i grctt nil I. ilonr Corn crops are fino in thfcounty, Sturgeon Taylor-Le- e feud, we know it is a soil, and in this way you may aid your Ju.i by 1'itlrnt trjrlnc Management; No.!i7, Butter-makinraimV recent We have had some good Several students of Berea fiom this family trouble, as both parties live on Though )oung UuU, in Brine, fall. on tho Farm; No. C2, Care of milk on child in securing an education. ly and people are beginning to lay county have returned from school. HUH their lDftrour itrunr.it, the headwaters of Puckott's Creek in the Farm; No. C7, Forestry for FarmAnd lh not time IhtJ ran trr their corn by. All speak well of the school. Harlan County. A teaspoonful of turpentine in tho t'p a little langir. ers, which should be read and studied Jacisou Bros, have put a full stock Both families aro prominent, end boiling water will wh'iten the clothes. Brother Combs has held a series of Tlioiiith thf .lunlj a haj known by every fanner and farmer's boy in of goods up at the mouth of Bear meetings in and around Booneville have been Manx that Umcd litr. people, and clean, then go over tho land; No. 81, Corn Culturo in tha Scrub hhr l.ai riMrnafaln and rtown Creek near this place and Commodore recently with some additions to the are now williug to abido by the do- as, which South, nnd No. Ml, Cow it with cheap varnish, it will look new. loltlrrand roudir. Jackson, a student of Berea College, church. brother Anderson, a cieion of the law. Papers in other II lijr work jmi Int. was referred to in our last number. To brighten oil cloths, dissolve an has accepted a position as clerk. Baptist minister, preached a very places should not givo unfair reports WhthriMre will pr'-- N'"' These ami many others constitute a beeswax in a soucer of tur(ialnlai: vMcrjr 'rum dtfrat Mrs. Martha Lyttle, who has been good sermon at New Hope last Sun- of these family feuds when they do ounce of farmers free library of great vnlue. That', tl.c tot that trii. ) ou' pentine; rub on and dry with flanuel. suffering for some time with throat day. not understand tho people iu the trouble, has been to Manchester to T. J. Knuckles. Teachers aro looking after schools mountains. have 'it treated. Dr. Sandlin prescrib- for this season and we count on haved for her and she returned very much ing au active, and a very improved. Hydon enthusiastic body of teachers. Many Lewis Lyttle, after returning from of them havo been students in Berea Miss Sallie Eversole is home from a Berea, nnd seeing how much good College, and we hope to seo them visit to her father. was being done in the Sunday-6choomake successful teachers and mark All our teachers have schools and haa organized one at this place and is , ti,e way for a higher education hero we lack about 12 teachers yet. doing a good work. This is tho first t in these mountain counties, uerea Dr. J. M. Lock of Barbourville, ox- Sunday-schoo- l ever organized in this has already raised the standard and poets to locate in our town, wo are part of the county. haa revealed the true purpose of edu- glad to havo him. Prof. Burns, H. L. McMurry, and cation and citizenship. There aro several Mormon elders Jas. B. Spence. R. L. Baker have resigned their posiworking in this county. They report Baptist tions at Burning Spring that they receive encouragemeut. College and are now trying to estabProf. Jirtnes M. Elam will teach Quail. lish one at the mouth of Red Bird to at Wooten. This is the largest be known aa the Red Bird College. Miss Annie Wilburn, of Madison is s school outside of town. They have been out for the past two visiting some friends in Lincoln this Mies Martha Roberts will teach the month trying to raiso funds to com- week. Creek School. This is the mence on. Rev. K. Pike haa been holding a Bowen's second-classchool in tho largest protracted meeting at Brodhead. county. LINCOLN HALL CHAPEL LADICt' HALL Smith Thompson is on a visit from Evergreen. Mrs. Hyden and son Tom started A VIEW ACROSS OUR CAMPUS- - BEREA HAS 14 BUILDINGS. the south and is sick at Bee Lick. Mr. John Amyx baa juBt set up a for Oklahoma this week where they roUNDKII IHSS Conway. Evergreen. new store at expect to visit relatives and perhaps Miss Ellen Butner began teaching to locate. Rev. Mr. Rose and Isaac Lunsford Over SO teachers, 700 students (from 20 stutea), 10,000 books in the Library. conducted the services at Big Hill school at this place Monday, July 3. Mr. Erueger ot Mt. Vernon has the A number of people from Berea were contract to build the new court house. Sunday. For those NOT HHfliclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate: Mr. J. W. Lake has just returned viiiting at this place, Thursday, last. The building will cost $12,000 and I. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing- - two years. Ed Lakes and wife, of Richmond, will be handsome. Dieputanta where be visited hia from II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and tho advanced course. visited her parenU last week. son. Mrs. JefTries of Manchester, formerFor those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher's certiiicute : Sunday-schooIII. Farming and Agriculture two years. l here ia progressing W. H. Jones, of Wildie, and a friend ly Miss Webb, and a student of the IV. Domestic Science Sewiog, Cooking, etc.- - two yearn. nicely, and with a large attendance. of his, were in town Thursday last. Academy here, is here with her husV. Normal Course for teachers three years, with practice teaching. Everyone both old and young seem Rov. Wilson Williams was in town band who is a prominent lawyer. VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for College, for business nnd for life. to be interested in the work. Simon Muncy, brother of Supt. J. For thoae more advanced : last Thursday on business. VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. M. Muncy is expected home from Misses Ella and Katie Lake have P. M. Lambert. Adjunct Departments : New York next week.'- - He has receivjuet returned home after attending Organ, Choral (free). Vocal, Piano, Theory. VIII. Music-Be- ed Withers ed a discharge from the army on acthe Commencement exercises at Berea IX. Barea General Hospital - Two years course In the care of the sick. dry weather count of injuries received in tho On account of the and visiting their brother Mr. 0. M. institution. Its instruction ia a Berea places the best education in reach of all. It ia not a money-makincrops are growing slowly. Cuban Campaign. Payne, of Rockcastle Co. free gift. It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves, and charges a small incidental fee We have had with us two Morman Messrs. Armentrant and Barter or- to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction. Students must also par for their Board. Expanses for term The people who attended the Comat Bull (12 weeks) may bo brought within 121, about half of which must be paid in advance. mencement exercises at Berea seem to preachers for a week and tho attend-enc- e ganized a new Sunday-schoo- l has been good. Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of Creek last Sunday. The week before have enjoyed them much better than For information or fritndly utlvlct addrttt the Vice' the son of C. M. they organized at Big Creek. A all denominations. There are no saloons iu llercu. Bennie Mullins, over before, and especially the nice llercu, Ky. dinner at the Baptist Church which Mullins has been very low with fover Presbyterian Church will bo built here Pretident, GEO. T. FAIItOHIH), LL. and another at Wooten. but is slowly improving. was served by the College. I3.-WIN- TER Ella E. Lake. Mountaineer. W. G. Mullins. Estill County. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE THE THE . g ... i, j - -- County. coal-minin- g Pick-hnndl- County. e head-quarter- s hand-painte- rail-roa- d mail-rout- 1 . '.... ... d sto-Mr- s. j nl g '! fy 1 wide-awak- Leslie County. l, Rockcastle County. first-clas- Jackson County. s BEREA COLLEGE !., FALL TERM OPENS SEP. TERM DEC. 13, 1899