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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 12, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899071201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 12, 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, 1000. j The Citizen. DsTOlftd AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Mc a NO. Year. 4. (o the lBt6ls of (be Hone, School, and Farm. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY On July I a daughter was born to Mrs. 9. E. Wnlch ami daughtor, who have bon visiting in Louisville, Laura Reynolds Moore and diod July 7. Burial service was conducted by returned yesterday. W. B. Dnatty left for homo Monday. Pros. Frost, on July 8. 12, 1899. The Citizen t. orc, diploma or certificate, or county certificate, or who contomplato applying for certificate of qualification to teach in the common schools of Madison a. PASCO, His summor address is Intorlachon Burglars entered J. 11. Logston's county, are required to attend all tho F.IHTOK anrf MANAUKH. sessions of tho institute. Tho colored Cottago, Foxboro, Mass. store one night last woek, but wore teachors' institute will begin July 31 l the oRoe of robllbf1 Mrs. A. C. Millor and Mrs. Ooo. frightened away by the proprietor beand continue five days'. Prof. Frank Ky. Reynolds wont to Madlsonville, O. fore they stole anything. TUB GITI.KN, Williams, of Louisvillo, will conduct Sunday to visit friouds. B. II. Conner, representing Contra! it. Itichmontl Pantagraph, J. M. Bongo and II. It. Robinson University, Riohmond, won the first OUR PLATFORM. have the contract to build a house at prize in the oratorical contest at the Lexington Chautauqua last wook. A small company gathered TuesThis paper aims to bring Kingston for Ooo. Young. O. F. nengc roturund from San A copy of the Observer, edited by day night, July 1, to witness tho the best reading to every fire W. marriage of Mr. side. Reading is a great thing, Francisco last woolc, whom ho has Robort L. Waldon, Wellington, O., is Gould, Jr. ceremony Mary G. C. Pasco. and Miss boen serving in the mgular army. is in its first year, on our table. It 'RICHMOND, KY. big difference 207 WEST MAIN STREET. hut it makes a D, G Scott returned to his home but is a newsy sheet with a successful At 8:30 o'clock Miss Ruth K. Todd vou read. what played Wedding Mondelssohn's week's visit look. O., The Citizen brings, first of in Marysville,his aftor a Rev. M. K. March and the service began, the uncle, horn with B. R. Robinson and Floyd Kidd all, the news not every tale Pasco, bridal couple being attended by tho are in tho lumler business and have brides im of crime or horror, but the brother, Mr. T. G. Pasco, and arrived horo last Mrs. tho standing timber on portant news the news from Sunday Etta Oldham to stay with her purchased all place, and havo engag- Miss Hallie Embree. Tho ceremony The result of good work and reasonable price is that we and expect tho Hamilton now have customers in all partt of the State was pronounced by Rev. M. K. Pasco, Washington and the State mother, Mrs. Ooo. Ames, until Mr. ed Ras Todd to saw it. When you want and tho party partook of the wedding cinit.il. from our soldiers in Ames returns. Repairs on the Richmond piko and supper. far off islands, from our neigh in Mrs. Yoeum and Miss Faircbiid, For the Mr Sanirle and Mr. Toetora went to tho Walnut Meadow piko are being Tho guests present were: President bors everywhere. pushed now. The Fiscal Court ap- Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ames, Mrs. young folks we have a story Camp Nelson Saturday for a short propriated $10 and $75 to the mile on Embree and Miss Embree, Mrs. Ijel ut know awl we uHll tend you designs and prices and a Bible lesson ;for house visit, returning Monday. Headstones, S6.00 up to any amount. these pikes and put thu repair work Hunting, Harold Hunting, Mrs. Todd wives, a few new ideas each Prof. Nelson, who has just taken a in charge of I. C. Davis, Miss Ruth K. Todd, E. W. Todd ... week which should lighten doctor's degree at Chicago Univorsity, Two small boys found a torpedo on Mrs. Fay, J. C. Fay, Mr. and Mrs. ... their labors: for the farmer was in Berea yesterday in reference tho track near Boone's Gap Sunday, Fairchild, Miss Fairchild, Mr. and first-classome vaiuanie nuns which to work in Science for the coming year. and attacked it with a hammer. Drs Mrs. Osborne, Miss Putnam, Mrs. At prices to suit the times. Material and work Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Settle camo in Robinson and Davis took the frag Hanson, C. F. Hanson, Miss Rankin, will help him to make more yesterday bringing their daughter, ments of tin out of them after the tor- Miss Hanson, Miss Jennie Hanson, land and cattle. from his Miss Anna Hauson, Mr. and Mrs. R. We propose to get the bist Miss Mollis Settle who has Iteen in pedo let go. Yoa Want GOOD GLASSES B. Woodford, Mrs. E. H. Yoctitn. A. P. SETTLE, ideas that can be found on all thu hospital at Louisville several Louis Hinman and his sister Flora weeks. such practical and important Attorney and Notary Public, spent a part of tho Fourth at Chau SO Institute Place. matters and pass them around J. P. Mann and W. D. Embree wont tauqua on their way home from tho Berea, Kentucky. Chicago, 111. among our readers. The re- to Lexington the 1th and attended East. Louis expects to return to Seeing that some of my old school Oih'ce, Main St., ovor Masonic Bldg. the Chautauqua until it closed. Thoy Chautauqua iu a month for a more sources of Berea College are mates are making reports from their returned on their wheels Friday extended visit. not for its students alone. The morning. various summer homes it seems to me The Danville Colored Fair Associa editor of this paper can at any The notice about C. H. Palmer in that I would break no rules of my tion has decided to hold the fair ou In rofliwoito to a telegram from his time step into the largest Col- son, Rov, Ooo. Ames left Thursday ourlastissuoshould.be corrected to timidity by writing a fow lines for Sept 8, 7, and 8. There will be a IF YOU WANT THE AT AT ALL. State, and for Tucson, whore he arrivod Mon read as follows: On Sunday, July 2, that paper of which Kontuckians and lege library in the s exhibition, with bigger and QUuea that are not properly adjusted to four are and know several of the day. A message reooived last Sat C. H. Palmer was ordained by tho thoir friends are, and of a right ought better premiums than ever. Dan- ejroa ouchtactually daonroua.notI attempt It. rait you to to kuow IU I will he has engaged glanca to your eyea until I know what li needed. Kyna examined free. most distinguished instructors unlay states that WillanJ was aomo Baptist Church and will supply that to be, proud Tub Citizen. Your ville Advocate. correspondent is spending his vaca pulpit for the present. A Nice line of Novelties in in the College to take charge better. meets The Republican Convention tion at Moody's Bible School, corner JEWELRY. of special departments in the Mr. Lyle Rankin, of Piqua, 0., ar T. T. Simmons and D. B. Goodman in Lexington to nominate a Salle and Chicago avenue, Chiof La paper. Those who arc visited rived last Wednesday morning to gave their entertainment at the Bap- cago, III. We have some three or four state ticket. Taylor now claims to T. A.ROBIISOS, .cwcltfiui Optleki. by The Citizen will know spend a week with O. L. Hanson. tist church last Thursday night. On hundred students from various parts hare over 1,000 instructed votes for what is going on in the world. Miss Rankin accompanied .him hosae Friday and Saturday nights they of the world. The school is deeply the gubernatorial nomination. Last Every week it will tell them yesterday, after a pleasant rfoit with were at Silver Creek and Wallaoeton, spiritual. This in manifested in the week ho received instructions from respectively, having good audiences Whitley, Edmonson, Ohio, Spenser, Miss Hanson. something worth knowing. song service, in tho prayers, in the at all three places. Hart and Clfoton. counties, SON & PASCO'S The Citizen is pledged to no Mrs. Millie Hopper, who has been school work and in the godly con Taylor will bo nominated by stornl. friend, visiUng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A good sized party of young folks versation of faculty and students. It is every man s farty. Last week Gov. Bradley was in for the things which Crawford, has returned to her home spent the Fourth at Big Hill, and on My Kentucky friends will look cu in Madisonville, O. She was so Thursday several families, Osborne's, rious whoa I tell then we havo no Cincinnati and there received tele all benefit thrift, kindness, enterprise, oompanied by her sister, Mrs. Todd's, Pasco's, and Miss Embree, "supper" here, but when I tell them phone messages purporting to coma had a fine time at the same place. On we have dinner at 6:30 P. M. that will from a State official, telling of wild and education. And we ask Frances Olasco. Rev. John D. NutUng, lately of Friday another crowd of young peo- explain. "But what do you do a noon times in Clay, and asking for troops all who believe in these things whioh was Utah, will preach at Berea church ple spent the day at tho Brush Creek mealt" my frionda will enquire. Wo to prevent the blood-sho- d to subscribe for The Citizen. nous next aunuay, the Gov. Bradley ordered imminent. s have a "lunch." Tb6 BEREA SHOE SHOP ana give some oaves, and report a jolly time. seem to have tho call at present. account of the Mormons who live in Chicago is a groat place for soup. troops to be in readiness, but found f ery beat hemlock or oak ball MAY WE CALL AOAINt that state, and with whose doctrines Prof. H. M. Pear '.na i will again You can find "soup houses" and "free the messages were from an unknown Vot The Undi ot boot anil thoe repair. wlea. " AU " The beit and cheapest line ol Bible. Tiw Citimn in pleased by numer- and practices he is thoroughly famil take a party of tout lit through some soup" signs in several distriots. Soup fakir Senator Goebel has demonstrated " The TrarU Reference Ua Bible Btudlea. ous oomplimeaU upon its raluo m a lar. Hit UiTiii will report bis re of tho most rugged and beautiful was the first diah your correspondent The rtltOAt. HUOK. But soup is that the word defeat is not in his vo tasted at the "Institute. and a prorider of (rood marks. newnpaper par a of the mountaius. Several who reading. Subscription arw coming went with him last year enjoyed the not the only dish wo have. Many of cabulary. Cool, shrewd, determined journey and people whom they mot the vegetables and fruits which Ken and absolutely confident, he bided in rapidly. Wo hare sent specimen 1. H. Ueynolds wants to do your tuokians enjoy are fouud on Chicago his time, and, when the supreme mocop'iM to many whom names bare blaoksmithing. Good work and low so well that they are going again. ment arrived, he brought his power been given Unas probable Bubcriborn, prices guaranteed. Shop near dopot. This uot a college affair but simply a tables. Among my new made acquaintan into play and, with a smile, carried time has como for you to C JASPER. M. D. company of Prof. Penuiman'a friends but the A nice line of Soth Thomas most of whom havo never viaitod ces is a staunch Kentuokian who came off the prise. He has shown that ho make up your minds. Shall Tub MEDICINE lad SURGERY, clocks just received. Solid oak cases. Beree. before. Thoy start next Satur- here six years ago. He was as glad is a leader among men, that he is the CmiM keep coming to youT Office la Pmhet Bu&U&f, RlduBoed, Ky. Wo are sure father wants the Farm Suitable for parlor, hall, and dining day, and Berea will be glad to wel- to see me as if I had come from his brainoat and moat brilliant man in Teltpfcooc 103 6c 109. department, and mother wants the room. Prices right. come them and wish them a pleasant own fireside. This is like Kentucky. the Democratic party in Kentucky. and the T. k. Robinson, Jeweler & Optician. trip. Wherever you find hor sons they are Danville Advocate. Household department, County Court Days bin t her. enterprising son or daughter wants Rats. The ounning aunoyers of La Mar tho succosa which is due such a Paris, Bourbon County, 1st Monday E. B. McCOY, the School department, and all want LOCALS dies Hall have been outwitted. Last patriotic, encouraging, onorgeUo, and Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday. the news. Islington, Fayette, 2nd Alonoaj. Members ol tuo lierea cuurcu are Thursday ovoning Harry Coddlngton loyal enterprise attend Tub Citizen. directed to We enclose an envelope Stanford, Lincoln. 2nd Monday. to put in an iugonious device by which W D. Smith. TukCitusm, and a blank for your reminded of the prayer-meetinGeorgetown, Scott, 3rd Monday. tho rats were allowed to got into the night. Danville, Boyle, 3rd Mouday. numonud additww. Ask your Niobolasville, Jossamine, Jru Monday. Several men operating a feather kitchen but could not get out. At u fifty cout money order, for Winchester, Clark, 4th Monday. 10 o'clock Messrs. Coddington, Em-brawhich will oost you live couls. Sever- reuovator havo been doing a big busi CENTER Robert Bonner died iu Now York. Versailles, Woodford, 4th Monday. Teeters, and Tankorsley entored el"1 together and nea hore lately, al uoighlwr mi fovsr is raging at Santiago. Ultmax. Yellow ART GALMiRY Tho College is building additions the place and found six inches of naml ou order for the amount of Kentucky Fair Datoi Gen. Wheeler has beeu ordered to will to the houses oecupied by Professors rats all over the door. With the aid tht'ir added subscriptions. We following are the dates for hold- The C. I. 0QG, Proprietor. of clubs and a dog tho rodents were Manila. Mason and Marsh. receive iOMtfigo htnmp also. tho Kentucky fairs this year so far as soon overcome and found to number Bishop Newman died at Saratoga, reported: Nothing Bat Tbs Photos. Tho important thiug in Unit you Ralph L, Williamson will teach fifty-on- e rats, of every known shape July 5. Paralysis. Borea, Aug. 30, 31, Sept. I. must let iw hour from you. You the comiuir year at Bedford, O. He Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. and size. Gorman aud Van Wyck have com Richmond, Aug. 1, 2, 3, aud tth certainly boliove in thw piipor you is now at Bonfield, Mich. uud subscribe at ouco Letington August 8 - 5 days. Mr. Sam, Deulum, of Loudon, Ky,, bined to overthrow Bryan and silver, ned Last week a. r- Hook, a newspaper Houitouville, July 2, 27, 28. DENTAL SUJKJEJtY. let us keep on coming. Euirlund is sending troopd to the of yearn experience, took charge until recently a clerk for Williams at man Madisouvillu, August U- - I days. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Mt. Vernon, arrived hero Sunday and South African frontier to fiitht the of tho Richmond Register. Lawreueoburg, August 15 I days. PERSONALS work iu S. E. Welch's drug Boors. Smith llullding, Main Street, On last Thursday Drs. Robinson begau Lebanou, August 15 t days, Richmond, Ky. R. S. Beard is touching tho Glade and Davis, assisted by T. A. Robinson, store Mouday. Mr. Denham is well The Louisvillo Legiou will be reor Columbia, August 22 1 days. Telephone, lteailrure, NuM, OfBoe, No 60. knowu to several of our uitizous and ganised. Several companies have al school. inserted a glass eye for Joe Purvis. Alexandria, August 22 5 days, is welcome here, Ho is a good busi Dr. Martin, of Kingston, was here The Telephouo Company here has uess niau, a urst class druggist, uu ready applied Louisville (Colored Fair), Aug. 22-- 5 Weduesduy. Judge Beckuer, Winchester, says uow arranged for dusk phones for days. upright, courteous gentleman, uud is Rov. John O. Foe visited Richmond any who desiro such an arrangement. highly respected by all. Ho brings he can not support Goebel. Other Gormantowu, August 23 t days. Brodhead, August 23 1 days, last week. T. J Coylo has a large forco of first class recommeudatious from his prominent democrats are deserting. OKALKU IN AMATKUK HUmJIM Fred Kruiror loft Tuesday for Hy Shelby ville, August 23 3 days, Chas. Clift ottino homo from Ulliu, teams at work hauling lumber from former employers, and dir. Wulou is Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. deu takiug with him a force of 22 meu Spriugfield, August 23 3 days. his mill at CloVer Bottom to the de- to bo congratulated on securiucr the 111., sick with fever. Views about Berea a sjKoialty, who will be put to making brick for Bardstowu, August 2i 5 days, sen iocs of such au excellent clerk. J. M. Racer left for his homo iu pot here. couuty court house, -- iff. the Leslie La Grauge, August 303 days. Wallaco Estill, formerly a studeut Jamestown, Ohio, Mouday. Supt. Wugers announces that tho Vernon Signal, Florence, August 803 days. iu tho College, is working iu tho PalCoyla was iu Attornoy T. J. Eliiabethtown, Sept. 5 4 days. A State ticket has beeu uomiuated Lexington, and expects Madison county white teachers' instiace Hotel, iu Thursday and Friday. tute will oonvouo in this city August in Iowa by a uow organization called Bowling Green, Sept. 13 1 days. to returu hero. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis, of Lancaster, will continue five days the United Christian party, whoso days. Glasgow, Sept. Office Hour, H to 18 A . M., Mollio Early. Supt. Wagers announces that the 7, 18'jy, aud nre visitiug with Mi It will be oouducted by Prof. Alfred platform is that tho country should bo Guthrie, September 2S t days. t to 31'. if. National Bank Building Caldwell, a studeut oxamination for upitoiutees to tho A. Livingston of Somerset. All teuohers iroverned by tho standard: "What Edward L. Horse Cave, September 27 4 dayH, Kichuioud, Ky, and M. College at Lexington will be here iu tho eighties, spout Monday of ooruiuou schools who hold a State would Jesus dot" Owensboro, October 3 5 days. hold July '21 and 2L in' town. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR. Wedding. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. No Troutole to Show Goods The Berea Monumental Co. Anything the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments s. JNO. HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky. first-clas- to-da- y GO TO i . II temperance, GrO To Pio-nic- C. H. PALMER. R Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET post-matt- GENERAL NEWS - -- BURTON;" The Photographer, Liv-ingst- J. C. MORGAN, 20t Dental Surgery, t THE CITIZEN. T. 0. TASCO, : Editor : IIKKBA, : great pride nnd admiration iqmn my flEPREWS IN FIERY FURNACE. new lover's soft whltu hands and lilt stylish nnd expensive clothes, lie, wat InlernatlnTinl Similar rtint l.rttnn anil Manager. rnr Jnl- lit, IMHI very handsome aniTnppnrcntly retlned. Trl, Daniel .Hrmnrjr Vtrars, and liclicvlng him wise and good I loved nil KKNTUCKY. him and promised to be his wife, lie paid me marked nttcntlon before every tSreclAllr Adapted from rtlotibct'i Notes.) one. When my old lover henril of It he came at once to my father's house. Taking me by the hand, he said; Wl.v girl, they are saying in the village that jou have grown tired of me ami that a man lias us. 1 have conic to give you your freedom. I am glad jou have n chance to tnnrrj- - n tine gentleman, for 1 was a fool to think I was worthy of you. I hop jou will be happy but 1 shall not forget you, lassie, and wherever jou mny go to live rrmembci 1 shall nlways be jour friend, for I love jou with all in heart.' his honest ryes, but "I blushed I could not deny the truth. 1 was In man nnd wantlove with the city ed to marry him, so I thanked my old lover for hit kindness nnd bade him I shall never good-hy- . forget his look of pain and sorrow. as he took my hand and said '(iood-byand the real tears in his honest eyes troubled me formany a day. "Well, I married ntj' New York lover and went to the rity to live. At llrst was verj- Imppj, but as the weeks went by I found out that my husband had man- vices. 1 learned with horror that he was n gambler, and was also The stj lish clothes which he wore were not obtained honestly, lie drank and gambled a gocd deal, lie was always in debt and trouble. 1 discovered with keen sorrow that the winter lie had spent in the country was while he was avoiding the law. lie hnd many disreputable companions, nnd often I wu. obliged to listen to fiendish plots. I vris heartsick nnd discouraged and knew .ot what to do. Twice during the first year of our marriage he struck me w.tilc he was tinder the influence of drink. In less than twojears he deserted me. Deserted me for another fair joung ,'rl whom he had won liy tlnttering speeches ns he had won inc. He left me without n pennj. nnd with a baby girl only a few weeksold. "(Jod nlone knows what 1 went through then. 1 was u sad. broken-hearttwoman, grown old in twoshort jears. 1 was weak and ill, utterly poor and so terribly wretched that I prajed earnestly for tiod to let me nnd my poor baby die. Hut we did not die. A poor woman who lived in the house with uie w.is kind to me and nursed my wee baby for mr. I could pay her nothing; sh( knew that, but she helped me bccaust she was a woman and knew what a woman could suffer. "Two months after my husband deserted nie re. id of his death. He wns killed in a gambling saloon j- a man whom he had robbed, and nil the New York papers published scandalous accounts of it. llow suffered then! Hut had he lived I should never have seen him, for he had cast as easily as lie would have cast aside a suit uf worn clothing. "With no money or friend- - in New York, I knew I could onlj- - starve or beg in the streets, so for my babj-'- sake I wrote nnd told mj- father everything, and he came to New York und brought me home, hack here to the Berkshire hills. How sorry wns tlmt 1 had evct left the dear, peaceful old place! "The news of my husband's disgraceful death had preceded, me, nndevcrj--onin the village knew that he had been a gambler and had shamefully deserted his wife. It wns an awful blow to iny high spirits and pride, nud to mj- old father's, too, for all the townspeople had thought I had married so well. The neighbors were nil kind and poot to me, and I learned then that country-brepeople are not the kind to love you in prosperity nnd hate j on in I found I had many good adversltj-- . friends at home, und no one was more true and loyal than my old rtjectcd lover. "A year after I returned home my father dird und his old place was sold for the mortgage. Aguin my baby and I were without a home. Then mj old lover came to me, nnd, taking my hand, he said: 'I love you, mj- lassie, as ever. He mj- - wife nnd forget nil the trouble jou have had. The babj ueids a father, and my home is (ill icady nud waiting for jou both. Will you come'." "We were married soon after that and came to Hjc in this farmhouse. 1 fully appreciated then all my old lover's manliness und goodness of heart. loved him dearly then and love him dearly now. He has been kindness itself to nie all these j ears and has made me a happy wife. He has made us very happy here nnd done for us ull he could. He has been so ulTcctli mile to mj- poor little baby girl that she has never known that he was not her own dear father, and now she Is u grown woman and has lovers of her ow n. "There, dear, do not cry, it was best that you should know the story, father and I have known all nlnri'-hojou have felt about jour lovers, and we want you to marry John. conn-betwee,' 1 d 1 1 e s 1 d e 1 1 t INEBRIETY AMONG NOBILITY. Deear of the l.rnillnir families ol Karaite Thru nul, (lie Inilulaence In Alcnlmlln kMaa..) "He That Stays MMaM A Mother's Story By Itta Elian Fellner Hi: A l the entire chapter i.taiiT rnoM OTHKit PcitttTfnns. (samples of IVIIverance. Joseph, Nosh, llcscktah, Peter, Paul and llrli ll.K-O- , Rev. 7 41:2; I'm. Promises. tho conquers 2 ClOl.tMiN (led whom Is atilo to deliver in. -- Pan 1,17. TFXT.-O- ur c BITTEN DY A SERPENT. Knlnl afternoon sun sinking to rest T1IK the west enst for n moment Its lirllliant nnil departing rays upon n Milltarj- - farmhouse. In the ltorkshlre hills, then t lie bright glows fnded away; the Mtn disappeared behind the mountain, and it was n soft, beautiful twilight. It was May. and tin- - spring hnl (wen unusually early. All the nlr was fllleil with the frngrnnrc of Mny flowers. The npple trees In the orchard were laden with pink and while All along the streams und upon the hillsides the frogs were croaking In absolute contentment. It m a pleasure to breathe that delicious country nlr. It was n pleasure to live on this glorious evening, even If one's liorlon was narrowed to the limits of n farm among the hills. Two women come out of the farmhouse and sit down upon the porch in the twilight. They are mother nnd daughter. The mother has an earnest, thoughtful look in her face, which Is fair still, although her hair is snow white. The girl is licautiful truly, nnd her mother is very fond and proud of licr. The mother sits in n large armchair and her daughter on the steps at her feet. As the mother tenderly strokes the abundant tresses upon her fair young daughter's head she questions her verj- earnrstly. All around the farmhouse there Is peace and quirt, the silence broken only by the mother's sweet, calm olee ns she addresses her daughter thus: "So my little lassie has had an oiler of marriage and cannot decide what her answer shall be? Ah! do not littisli, my dear, for I have known all along how Johnlovrd jou. though I have been worried for fear you did not appreciate his good heart and honest nature. I was afraid you would hesitate, dear, before jou gave him your answer, 1ecausc he is only a farmer lad; but John would and true to his wife; besides he is o thrifty, industrious voting man. Ah. jes; I will admit John's not stj lish, or what some would call roll lied, but it is character, dear, one must look at, nnd all the neighborhood knows John's good lilni-Mini- described In 1 Kings , Jrr. !:!, 39. MS. PnOFHFTS. Jeremiah t Jerusalem. by Iho river Clirlwr, In Kzcktel who lived l'nt) tonln, perhaps tho roal mini from the Euphrates to tho Tlnrli. M miles from Ilut)loii. lMnlel In Ilati)lon. TIME. The date Is uncertain, but rrols. ihly twtnren NC-I. C, soun after the leitructlon of Jerusalem liy Neliuchad sctxar, and the completion of his over moil of the then known world. ri.ACK Tho plain of Dura, within the limits of Ilali) Ion. where mound of tirlck J feet high now cnlt, winch Oppert thlnki vas probalily thu pt'ilrstal uf this coionsal image; to tkribnor's Dictionary of lllble, Chron. OA; 4S:t; 5HI-1Koch. 11.9; t Cor. 4:17-1Rom. 8.17; Jan. 1 .7.3.13. l et. I 7, 4:IML aft-i- r 1'I.ACC IN lllllt.lt IIISTOItY.-Ho- on llrptllra Iteeklraanraa of Keeper f n llrault uf Tuu Much Hum, 1 - - J6;ll-:i- con-t,ne- IKK king ol ZcJcklJti, lait kins; ol klnjc of K)pt. udah. Pharaoh Ilophra, men of iltccco (Solan, etc.) The seven wl flourtth at this period. na')lon ItUI.EItH. Nfturhai!nrar, i:X!'I..VNATOHV. Introductory. Nebuehadnerar had just returned from a triumphant campaign against his enemies in the west and south against I'gypt, Syria, nud Arabia and he celebrates his return by the erection of n colossal image and a grand religious festhnl. The Image was made of gold, probably not of solid gold, but of wood or clay covered with plates of gold. The great imngc of Hel s said, in Hel nnd the Dragon (v. 7), to have been of clay within nnd brass outside. A pocrj-phn- . "Nebucliadnernr, like other despots who sulTcr from the vertigo of autocracy, was liable to sudden on t bursts of nl most spasmodic fury. We rend of such storms of rage in the case of Antiochiis Kplphancs, of Nero, of Ynlentiniau I., and even of Theoilo-tin?- . The double insult to himself nnd to his god on the part of men to whom he had shown such conspicuous favor transported him out of himself." What an awful thing It is to be bitten bv1 a serpent I dan snj- some of remember tho case of (lul ling, one of the reptiles lu tho Zooof the keeH-logical gardens. It happened lu October. 112. This unhappy man wns about to part witli a friend who was going to Australia, nnd, ncconlitig to the wont of mnny, ho must needs drink with him. He drank considerable quantities of gin, nnd though lie would probably have been In a great passion if anyone had called him drunk, jet reason nml roni-mosense, hnd evidently been overpowered. He went back to his post at the gardens In an oioltod state. He had some months before seen an exhibition of snake charming, nnd this was on Ids nor, muddled braliL He must emulate the Cgvptiani nud play with serpents. First ho took out of its rago a Morocco venom snake, put it nround his neck, twisted it about, and whirled it round about him. Happily for him, It did not rouse Itself so us to bite him. Tho nsltant keeper cried: "For nod's sake put back the snake!" but r n mm mm at II fl. li iiML I'arrar. I. The Faithful Three Arraigned the King Vs. It. "Is it true?" Is it of purpose? Did you Intend to refuse iny command, or wns it a misunderstanding that can be passed over? V. 10. "We are not careful." Old F.nglish for anxious, solicitous. It. ., We have no need. (I) llrcause it would be useless to replj-- to the king In tils present temper. Thej- - could not change til in. (2) Their actions had answeied "FOIl GOD'S SAKi; ITT HACK THAT COllItA!" him nlready. (3) Their minds were made up, nud nothing could change the. foolish man replied: "I am Inthem. V. VJ. "Nebuchadnezzar full spired." of fury," so that his "visage was Flitting back the venom snake, changed" with his passionate excite"Now for the cobra." This ment. deadlj serpent was omcwhat torpid II. In the Fiery Furnace. Vb. with the cold of the previous night, nnd "Heat the furnace one seren times therefore the rash man placed it in his more;" Expressing the fierceness of bosom until it relived nml glided down-vvnrthe fury burning in his heart, and rentill Its head appeared below the dering it impossible that any could be back of his waistcoat. He took it by rescued from such flames. The fact is the bodj-- , nliout n fixit from the head, mentioned to show the greatness of the and then seized it lower down liy the deliverance V. SI. other hand, intending to hold it by the that followed. "I'ouud In their coats," etc. "Herodotus tall and swing it round hit head. Hr describes the ilaby Ionian ns wearing a held It for nn instant opposite bin face, long undergarment or shirt of linen, and, like a llah of lightning, the serwhich reached down to the feet. Over pent struck him between the ojes. The this they wore n woolen gown or tunic, blood streamed down his face, nml ho shorter than the other (hats in A. .?) called for help, but his companion tied and a short hood or cape over their head In horror, nnd. as ho told tho jurj-- , he and shoulders. This description Is did not know how long he was gone, borne out sculptures on the for ho was in n maze. monuments. 'Coats' arc the long unWhen nssirtance nrrlvcd. Curling was dergarment; 'hosen' is the cape that Fitting in a chair, having restored the was thrown over the head and shoul- epbra to its place. Ho said: "I am a ders for protection from the sun, and dead man." Thej- - put him in a cab, and bound round the hend with a fillet, ex- took him to n hospital. First, hisspeech actly as to this day the Hedawec and went, he could onlj oiiit to his oor Syrians wear the kelleh uf silken or throat nud moan; then his vision failed woolen stuff, nud fasten it round the him, and lastly his hearing. His pulse hend with a cntnel's-hal- r cord." Canon gradually sank, nnd in one hour from tho time at which ho had been struck Tristram. V. 2J. "The fourth Is like the Son of ho was n corpse. There wns onlj- a litGod:" As the article, is wanting in the tle mark upon the bridge of Ids nose, , sacred text, it is more correct to read a but tho poison spread over tin liodj-sou of the gods (as in It. V.) (July a di- and he was u dead man. I'eulnsular vine belngthe king knew, could live Methodist. thus In the lire himself, or preserve TEMPERANCE TIDINGS others there. No doubt in reality It wiii the Son of liod, who, as "the angel of makes crooked Whisky straight the Lord," at various times nppenred to the Old Testament saints. He it is who paths.- - Chicago Kecord. Tho real reformer desires to reform, maybe found In everj- llerj furnace of life Into which His servants are thrown. whether he will profit bj it or not. Sfi. Searchlight. HI. The Deliverance. Vs. Havana, Cuba, muiutalns nlxiut 7,000 "Come forth, nnd rome hither:" makes sure that what he saloons and cafes, lu ioo of these sees Is real, and not a mere vision, V. American whisky Is sold.- - I.ever. The I'nlnn I'acHie liailway company 27. "The princes . . . saw these men;" The dcliu'rnnec was public,unmistnk-nble- , has abolished the sale of liquor In nnd proved bj' many witnrsse. V. everj- - catiug house und ut nit the railSi. "Hlessed he the lim of Shndrach:" road stations on their lines. etc. The king recognled t lie MiweroI Two thousand saloons have been thu Jew's (iod, nnd His readiness to stnrttd In Cuba since tho war closed. defend those who obeyed lllm. The Can it be that the saloon has forged to miracle would make such n:i impression the front ns the advance ugent of Ameron the princes and people that the king ican civilization? could more easily treat the Jews more Six of the national soldiers' homes kindly. The effect on the exiles wns spent over 12.11,000 for beer Inst year In also gyod. It would enrich their faith; their canteens. .Many of the veterans It hel l before them noble examples; it spend more than n half of the amount of woulJ enable them to realize the power their pensions for drink. and goodness of (bid; It wns one of the Making groggerles let peetulilobj law forces that during the exile entirely with a view of curtailing drink and recured them of idolatry, and prepared moving temptation is like making hell them for the return and the rebuilding appear u paradise with u view of keepof their city nnd temple, Doubtlessnlso ing people away from it. Searchlight. It railed them to a higher place among Mr. 0. Aylward, mastrr of Kensingthe people, and enabled them In serve ton workhouse, recentlj said: "My their (lod with less opposition and perof nearly S3 jears Is that If secution, you can keep the worklngelasses away from the public houses my occupation PRACTICAI Tliere are still erected golden Images, would be gone," before which tbo ivorld commands us "Can n man tnke fire in his bosom, lie to bow down nnd worship succeis, and bin clothes not bo. burned?" pleasure, wealth, popularitj--, sinful cus- cannot; neither can h indulge oven tom, palatable doctrines, an easy, lax In the ue of Intoxicating morality. drink without putting soul and body In We sometimes have to do right, evra peril. United Presbyterian. when It seems disobedience to our Itoopeaton, HI., lxiasts of never havcountrj'! orders. Doing right li the ing a saloon within her border, and j ot visitors declare she has more paved beit vray to prr serve our country. There are still fiery furnncei lui streets and sidewalks than nny city of those who refuse to wonhlp tho gold-- her site In the state. She has electric Image social ostracism, unpopular lights, water works, (freer college, Ity, Ioic of pluce nd honort failure Iq ipltndld high ichooli, and the largest builneM, cinnlnjr factor; In thi ivorld. He-foheex-claime19-2d hj-th- e 2G-;. ly n All the vorlJ Admirts "sltyiniipcno. In one of tho lending ipuirtorllc tr." On Ills quJkhty mcctus Jrrtnds. The Wi(fJ Mi fiMf frundlhe htAilh. (hero Is a very slgnlllcnnt paper on the f friend the lhd's Strsjp.trill.t Is the It citrythmg, decay of tho loading families of Kit MwJnerhdttlensesitvf rope. While HiIh U only a natural strength, gives perfect heMh nd of onuses, both physlologicil nnd social, tho prominence of inebriety In those onses gives It n special Interest. It appears that Inebriety and gam bllng lire t lie most prominent features of tho II tin I eollapo of these families. Olio old house of Austria had two of opium Inehrinles. At the Wlar Hen, limit breaking up the last member, a A durV whi.h lw faithiu ty Mink tnlnnl. Mimmtr and laid levrral prlnro, had 130 pain of trousers, 220 nrM during f.iwn coats nnd SO pairs of shoes, nnd other doem of uiite wum'tcol.'tcd out enrn ajipteiintfil. "Srii Iie plained equally numerous nrtl.'les of clothing. that henHut thurc," uid the duck, six over a I have, nor a Ho nppenrs to hmo spent most on lia"t Uid an man)- rf bit, hut slie h iMM.ka w ntten almtit hrr and nplmn nnd clothing, nnd lilsseeinl pasher honor, while nolmdjr time was liorrowitig nud sw indling his IvrrM retHiHed in Mjntf .i word slmMl me " ' 1'tie tnuihlt frleniN and tradesmen, Mith )mi i," md a t runnier that vw female members of tho family stamluus near, "that you dim'l tell the il. Tho ! gave great attention to dress, and fob hewlut mihavtilinr. You lay am ft aMle nil without M)lit a onl. hill that lowed the changing fashions, using la) one illiut letting sialrrol mint sever opium in the meantime with spirits, rvfrhly in the MeirhborhiHxl know it. and dying onrlj Another French fnm-l- If jou want to rut any srin thMoomimimtr a dissolved npwirotitly by the Inehrl-otj- - jou mutt learn to atlvfrtu?." Ikjc Hua nnd marrjing propensities iff tho tier. Inimnlrrlnl, father and two sons. For many j ears thej- were hard drinkers and constant-I- j the voter at the other did of "Hello!" ' engaged in intrigues nnd alliances Iho telenhou. "w Ihw (IiiimIIc? dissolved and witli women. The estate "Did toil write up that tory of the mm deatlij left u second wm n pauper, who who had mhentnl a Million dollar, ami fain-I- I disappeared. Tho rnll.ipe of tho toinf to try hilwkitKUinetulation? "es." extended over two generations, and 'prmifredrr !)' tkey can t nuke out was complete In embracing overj memfrom jour cop) whrthrr Jimi ttteaiit In sir ber, who nil drunk nnd showed sexual ill find broken ahead" or 'h will find he delirium. breaker ahead ' " "Tell 'nn il sall tlirnme. l.ilhcr enc will A prime minister of England, vvho King oft!"- - Cha ago TnhuHc. was of nn old titled family and of grrat do. gout due to wine wealth, died from I'pwurlll l.riltllr ' Ml nil Inn lllct I 1M jears ago. His son nud grandlull. Iixl., Jul) - 'J.. son have wrecked Iho estates and tho The Cincinnati lUiiilltim nml liny ton liy. route fr.mi ('Inrinnntt. linting family has ilisnppenml. Hot ti tho son Is the Ith eterv .iihvoii-lew- e wi'olc trout and grandson were gamblers and drank six fnl the dnv of solid Vlllihd trnim in to excess and died, and the name is now with I'nrlor nml I'nfi IHiitss! nr nisi TlekeU nl MrrplliK nnt nt night only known to historj. 90 nu-- l .1 Two old noted Seotoh estates, whose will t xist nl hnlfofratr. July If. im.r limn Jul) it If wilh return limit i history and mimes have been prom- i i until Ami; n further tn let wllh Joint inent for three centuries, have lieen Hint ! hfl l' yisg n feif M sold recently bj- the sherilf, and tho de- Agnit at tfl li llesol rend scendants have nil disappeared. The rents. ,it lliat ti. lilwnnUP T M .CinrlMUntl.O. route. same Inebriety nppenred in all branches I.oulr, of the family associated with reckless living nnd gambling. "You are wanted arond the eTB(r," el This Is the history of nearly nil the claimrd the ritiarn. rihdmtly. 'Ihr poarrman lauahul alotnl. " ken I am old fa milli- - of Iho nobility, lu some -- I kn-l ilr." he rplni w of race stm-- and waninl ian'1 lvfoiui4. Sine have be-there is n n renewal of vigor by intermarriage f. MS.I. I an't r"ibly te wtatitrd' r wrserliow importanl slier II It H outside nml more healthy living. fiMfawl nr f sum-- 1 hint Is tho te WB.Irr.Uo.1 - whMh it ba llf It would seem that Inebriety lirrwa M rhiU4ir 1. anmoat fatal of nil disenios which destroy fa.hi.'n ..f HKHlern r at. to .louroal. thru- old fHinilies. liambllng nud may involve the estates and lit, tniir IVn Arlit- - nnil llnrnf cripple them, und political ehnugo.t Hhako Intji vur U a, Allrn'a Fnot-Kamay disjoin nnd tho family. n Imwiter lor Iho lV It mas lip M or New t iitr llButon. but tho name continues anil tho family stho- - livl K- S..rr. sn-- Hwratinu often appears again on the former Hwolitni. lim, I'ullmsp, iit rho l Mr mII Kert AH Hut when tho in It, rv. simiUi 'Hl PltV. I: plane of eminence. Adilrew, Hoy. N. Y. ebrletj bleaks out. the rule is extinc Allen R HlHialod, tion, to which there are but few execp I'll of Mu.lc. tlona. l Firt C.vt You apttar to h These old families are governed by tsnij:ht. tho same laws of dissolution seen in all .I ranjst a rare cnirj Cat Ye-circles, onlj- they nre suposel to bo forNrind diiuier. Uh Hate JourwL more stable and persistent, owing to ia In On' liar Tn f'lirr n When more settled surroundings. . All thej- - begin to dissolve, thej- - foil apart Take I .avail o Iln.imi ( uliiiii'l'atn-Udrutvlst rvluwl show.) tin talli to cure. 'JT--. . more quickly nnd hao verj- little to transmit to the next generaWhen a man i. injurril in a railway wreek tion. Journal of Inebriety. he firt a.ka ins ihwlor if hr ran KOOtrr, , am! thtn bia aoit jlxjut bow much. llrlnka. Does the Business." ...I 1 tc lj - ox-c- 1- ii etti-uiM- - lnltll"nisl 1 )lr 1 1 ui lli-r- rm, liunl rthr - - BRITAIN AThERC0L0NIE& Uw-)(t- I.. A. W flo!lrUn. I HAVE COME TO OtVK KHEUDOM. Liquor Comprise I.amc I'arl uf Her Trntle will. Tlirm Our Altlludr Tonartla Vovt I'iaaealon. Look at (irt-n- t Uritalu'a colonies and the dimensions of the liquor as curried on by what Is claimed to be a Christian corporation, viz., the llrltlsh ltoynl Niger company. This corporation o crates In the West African dependen eies of Tigos, Sierra Leone, the Niget coast protectorate, rtc. In I'M one lifth of thu total import trade. Into that region represented gin. During 1S97 nenrly 100,000 cases, or nlmut 2,227 tons, of gin were exported to tho West Af' rlcnii country. In ISO', the trntllc from the two ports of liottrrdnm and Ham burg, under the auspices of the llritlsh Itoj-n- l Niger compnnj. amounted to some 12I.SU0 ca-.or 3,207 tons of gin, And it is rcortcd by the 1,'otterdatn corresHindent of u London newspaper that at tho present rate of shipment the exports of lsU'J will surpass those of thu two previous jears, In.lnnuary nnd February uIhiiiI 45.000 rases of gin wire shlppol from liottcrilam nnd Hamburg for the benellt of the natlvci of tropical West Africa, In the name ol philanthropy nud for the cause of civ lliatiou. The traders exchange this vile st u If for goods which the natives produce, and then the natives get glo riouslj- - drunk, which is another trl iimph for Anglo-Saxoclvlllatlon. Are tho Americans any belter than the Fngllsli In this respect? What oi New Lnglaud'H exports of rum to tho Congo? Whut Is our record us to whisky In ulNiriginnl America'.! Tho Filipinos nre now famous for their ntsktinence from strong drink. I hcj-- look with horror nnd contempt upon Intoxication. The smile Is true, although In n less degree, of the Cubans and Porta Itlrnus, for excessive drinking of intoxicants is not a national vice of Spaniards, The Americans cannot Improve, upon tho chlllatlon the Spaniard! have left behind them in this respect yet there is tho greatest danger that American whisky and gin will How In n steudj- slrcum to these new possessions, currying demoralization nnd ruin to tho native character before the. boasted advantages of our rule can render them Immune from our great national vice. National Advocate, Who I'nya Iho llovrmirf Borne people say tho saloons pay tha s., - wriosr last ait b'amon w n a Momrnti rofrMor.l itrong hnught down tt home.--Spa- mr, re YOU YOL'It principles. Ycs.dcar, we know all about that young man from the city, and I am not denying but what lie has been kind and polite to you; but John loves you, and u true, honest heart has John. "You don't like the idea of farming'.' Why, your fathers a funner, child! Was it not only this morning that you were telling me how dearly you loved yotir father and w hat a grand good man he was? You think that a father's occupation is different from n husband's? My dear little girl, one must bo wise in making a choice forlife. 'Fine feathers do not make tine birds,' ami though John is rather plain in his looks he would always be proud of his wife. You uiy you are not sure that you love him and that jou may love that city young man? "Well, clear, 1 will have to tell jou the story of my own line niTair, a Moryyou have never known. I should not tell it to you now, but it may help you to decide about John. As jou know, I was born down in the village, nnd was considered the village belle. Mj fatherwas a graduate from Williams college, although he was poor and a farmer, so I had )c)tcr iidvautagcH in the way of education than most country girls, and was deemed quite accomplished. When I was about your age I, too, had a lover he was something like our John, lie was rough In his ways, n farmer, and often his hands were soiled with honest work, which did not please, my girlish fancy then; but 1 lived to learn that it was better to have soiled hands than to "What Is that jou are whispering, have a soiled soul.' bc-.lassie? You have loved "Hut at IS I felt as you do now, all the time und that he John the toIs and knew that my lover was rather plain night for his answer, and coming are sure und in his ways. One win- now whnt I jou ter, just before we were to have been will never It will be? Ah, know good he sorry, for a married, some city young men visited lad and true, nnd fatherJohn isfond of Is as our village and gave concerts und shows him as he would have been of his own in the schoolhousc. Much to our as- son." tonishment they remained In the vilFor a moment there was silence, then lage all winter, und one of them boarded at our house. My mother was dead us ii'distuut step was heard as If some then and father and 1 lived together. one were approaching, the mother The city young man seemed to admire arose from her armchair and said; "It me very much, and soon I was listening has grown quite dark ulreadj, and tliere Ik some one coming through the to his flattering speeches und forget-inorchard. Yes, ilenr, I know It Is John my betrothed lover. My new coming for bis answer, und jou may wn making love to me, ami vowinto ing that lie adored me he asked me to be run 111 tuu orchard mill meet him mid Ills wife, lie told me 1 wus too beauti- ask ill. to come Into the house to tea, Listen- - he Is whistling' 'Annie I.aiiiie.' ful to pass my life In a dreary the, dear boy Isl" Troy nud that the man I had promised How huppy to marry was only an Ignoiant country Times. farmer and I, foolish ghl that I wn, To Make nil Impression, luteued to him i! ml Iwllemt him, I'm tlio fewest possible words when "I brgtin to b luliainul of my lover you luno uuy thing to auy, Chlcico IH4 of. wy cog afetmn; urn) to look vrltb Dal) Ken-i- , g farm-house, CRITICAL PERIODS In Woman's Life Are Made Daa ijcrous by Pelvic Catarrh. Mrs. Mathlhle ltlchter Mrs. Matluide Itichter, Doniplian, Ncl lay.. "1 xilfered from catarrh for many taking ti.x jhk, hut since I have U'cn would Fe rn all I feel ttruug and will. I advic people to tiy l'e ru ni. At I used l'c ru na nil Man a hit while auiiig through the change of life, I am Mitiu-l- comimeil your henelirial remediei hive leheved ma fiom all my illi." l'e tu ni hni raised more vvoiurn from IxiU uf ikuea and set Hum to walk sgvin than any other lemedy. l'elwc ralarili u thu tunc of womankind, l'e ru na la the bane nl ratarih in all forma mid tagei. Mil. Col. Ilamiltuii, Cnlumhu. t)., "I recommend l'e ru na to women, Ixlicving it to be etperi.illy lM'tieiieUI to them " Send for a free book written by Dr. Hart-maentitled "Health nml Heauty." Ad dress Dr. lUitiuan, U'umbuc, 0. 1 sa: amounts of money. What, generous fellows suloonkoopern nro. to be sure! Thej- - drain the poeketa of the people, mostly the oorer classes, then from their immense profits they turn a small share over to the government. Who pay the revenue after p.117 Indiana Patriot-Phalanx. revenue unit so save tho people I mmensn ICemcnihcr that cholera inoilnn, cholera ilifjiitiuii, m mi hit loinplalut, bilious colic, diarihne.i and dysentery aie each and all ratm ill of the IhiucIh. t'ttarrh is the only torieit name for thesv alJcctioni, IV run j. fi an absolute ipeeifie for these ailments, , which aie. so tommon in suuiiiirr. Dr. in a practne uf over forty yean, never toit a tingle tute of iholrra infantum, dyien tcry, dUirhorj, ur cholera uinrhui, and hit only rumdy was l'e ru no. Thoie drtiring further paitlculan ihould icml for a free ropy of "Summer Catarrh." Addrcit Dr. llartnian, Columhun, O. Hart-man- ail!it j1 ' r"t. T si u54 Cm gl V -- 3 THEY WANT AMERICAN GOODS livery I'url of Dm Untlil an lletlro for Unr rrorincle f'.umpa'atloarf llmriatnrr Fnpplr. Wamiimito.x, July S. - A tuily of of exports (or the flscM year Jitt rnitnl, the Imrcau of statistics y, sliotv Hint cvrrjr part if the world hut cvlncril nn Incrrnseil ilcalrc for American prixlurt. ;irne Uthe only purl of the world which ha fulled to In crense the amount of money paid to tit for our product, ami this the lit., rrua say I ilue solely to the tilen tlf ul supply of liremlMufTs In tint part of the world In ISUH, unit the con scitient decrease In price paid per tmslirl. To Aula, to Africa, to .South America, to Mexico, to Canada and to the Hawaiian Island and Oceanlcaour rxorU hare Increased In quantity nnd value a compared with the pheilr-Inl- U THE PEACE CONGHIiS.V WORK. 1 8IT SURPRISED HIM. -- J, . 3 A a lawyer, one a doctor rilirens-o- ne ml one a newspaper man at In a ha'k llnr.l I'nipmari Convention In Itegard lo Ihi Arbitration nt N I l,m I lll.pnlra Mediation of I rlandly I'nliara. What a Little Faith Did FOR MRS. ROCKWELL. Three f,f fallnnnil Admlaalnn. f The I'rofenoe llipeeleil Dealh. Dtil room recently in the gray light of the rarly daw n. On the table w ere many empty lit Heard flinnnlli liliRiiaue from ties and a couple of packs of ctrd. As they Hie Imtlnn, TllK IIaiM k, July a -- The proposed convention of the peace emigres In re nomenal year IMS. To llritlsh North America the export In the fiscal year If 'J will be In round numbers S0,ooo,ooo, agalnt S.V ouo.ooo last year; to Mexico about 000,000, acalntt 2I.'.!0000 lait year; to Cuba about 118,000,000, ajjalnat JS,:ft0,-oo- o Itu year; to Porto Itlco S3, .100,000, ncaintt $1,500,000 In IS'JS, and to the entire Went Indict' group M 000,000 In round numbcrt, Co, 4,18,000 Inst year. South America, to which our nlc In the pant hare not shown a rapid an Increase at thote to other part of the world, thowi a alight Rain in 1MW. and will retch a total of over Mil. ooo, 000, against Stt.8Jl.000 lattyear. To Asia the exporta of the year will be about 17,000,000, against SM.SH.OOO latt year, China allowing au Increate t of orer 33 per cent, and Hong au equal Increate, while Japan, hlch purchased enorinoua quantities of raw cotton and various manufactured coodt from ut lait year, hat tonic hat decreased her purchatet In those ii en, mi that the total to Japan during tlio year "III thow a reduction of orer S,ooo,000 compared with W but an Increate of 9.1,000,000 compared with W7. Oceanlca thowt remarkable galnt, the total for the year being likely to exceed ISO, 000, 000, agalnttS!!,-WI.OOlast year, and to Africa the of the year are In excett of thote of any preceding year. The ralue of exporta to the I'nlted Kingdom for the year will be more tHnu S&V,000,000 below that of lattyear, while the reduction In the ralue of our export to I'rance will be more than J W, 00, 000, to llelglum about 14,000,000, and to Spain about 81,000,000. Till reduction occur almott entirely in food product, and especially breadstuff. The reduction In ralue of wheat sent to Kuropo In U month of ISW compared with the corretpondlng month of t!'J It In round numtert J is, 000, ooo. The United Kingdom hat alo reduced her purchatet of lire cattle about 17,000,000 In the 11 month of lyjl, compared with corretpondlng mouth of IMS due, It I bettered, largely to an Increate In price demanded by the dealcrt of the I'liltcil S2-- elnt Kong-nlHiu- wrnknrM nnd hnd no strength. It was Impossible for mo Ut ntlrnd to my household duties. I hint tried everyArticle I. With the object of pre thing and ninny doctors, but found no venting a far ns possible recourse to relief. force In International relations, the "My ulster nil vised mc to try Lydla agree to ue nil en K, I'lnklinm'a Vegetable Compound, signatory mm-cdeavor to effect by pacillc incnnsn set using all of ono which I did; tlement of the difference which mny IhiMIc I frit lx'ttcr. I kept on with it arise among them. and to my great Mirprlfc I nm cured. AH who suffer from female complaints Article S. The signatory power de l, cide that In cases of serious difference should give It a trial." Mlt. S. DlVlMOX St., (JltAXD or coulllct they wilt, before appealing to arms have recourse, so f rns cir- IlAi'iD", Mich. cumstances permit, to the good oflices Grateful Newark Woman. From or mediation of one or scvcrnl friendly " When I wrote to yon I was very powers. tick, hnd not tccn well for two yenrs. Article 2. Independently of this, the The doctors did not to help me, signatory powers deem It useful that and ono tnid I could not live three evcralof the power not committed to months. I had womb trouble, falling the arbitration scheme shall ou their ulcers, kidney nnd blaMe. Trouble. own Initiative offer, a far ns clrcutn-ktance- s There toeax'4 to a tnch a drawing permit, their good office for nVM burning pain In my bowela that I mediation to the contending ktnlcs. could not rest anywhere. After using ComThe right of offering their good offices I.ydla K. rinkhnm'n Vegctnblc belong to power not connected with pound nnd Sanative Wash and following your odvlce, I feel well ngnln nnd the coulllct even In the course of hos- stronger thnn ever. My Ik)wc1h feel nslf tilities, which net can never be regard they had leen made over new. With ed as an unfriendly act. ruany thanks for your help, I remain, Article 4. The part of mediator con L. 0 74 Ark St., Ncwaiik. N. J." sists In reconciling conflicting claims and appeasing resentment which may SELFISH MAN PUNISHED. hare arisen between contendingHtatcv Article .V The functions of medi ators cease from the moment It may be A Little Train Incident Thnt Clave Joallee-LnvInI'naaenBera stated by one of the contending parties Mnela or by the mediator himself that the compromise or batlsof an amicable unPtiseoftrn on an Atltntie City train a derstanding proposed by him has not few avrnuiR ago were treated to a spectacle gard to arbltrntlon of national Is as uiflicul-tic- ttftfrt to HIS rtNKRAH "I wnn a great nufTcrer 69,ffl from fcmnlo M0. s follow; c K-for- ItocK-wki.- a K Jr. 1 O tt nnd mediation hare the cxclualre character ot coun sel and arc devoid of obligatory force. Article 7. The acceptance of media tion, unless otherwise stipulated, may hare the effect of interrupting the ob ligation of preparing for war. If the acceptance aucrvenes after the open ing of hostilities It shall not interrupt, unlets by a contention of a con- been accepted. Article ft. (iood office trary tenor, military operation may bo proceeding. that of retributive justice that tickled them The car win crowded, and. a the duit was llyirg pretty thukly, all the rare one had their nindowt down. Thinunplratant exception naittdimtunllcd-lookinparty, siith a plentiful gronth of need- louLinR hiker, and thee he allow eil to an ay in and out of the union' with the (tuty ieph)r. Of course, lie got none of the uuH and cinders for thee always blow in the eat directly behind, Two nicely ociupied these unfortunate drcrd womenafter auffenns martyrdom for quarters, and, the "JU minute., one of them aled almut "oen-windofiend" if he would mind put-tnithe window down. "No!" he telilied, Kriiflly. "It's loo warm. If you don't like it The Into I'rof. Mnrsh loved to tell of nn iidtetiturc which once befell him lilies a member ot n pnrly of fossil s hunter In tlio Indian country, fnja l orrst nnd .Stream. The whole pnrty rcnllred thnt they were In n dnngrroii country, nnd nil linmlH were ronstnntly on tho watch for enemies, nnd wero cnreftil not to wander far from the ronimnnd; or If two or three fopsll gatherers did goo IT from the main body they look with them a number of sohllrrn tostnnd gunrd sshllo they worked. One ilny I'rof. Marsh wns hnrd nt work ou l.ls knees In the bottom of the nnrrow rntlne digging nwny the soil from a bone which stuck out of the bank. lie wns entirely nbsorbed In hla task nml noticed nothing of whnt wns going nn about him until the brllllnnt sunlight wns cut off by a dnrk khiulnw, and he looked up to see standing nbove Llm n grim Indian warrior holding hla rifle, ready. The profesror's lienrt leaped into hit thront. He forgot where he was. He strove to utter n propitiatory "How," but lilt dry Hps refused to form the w,nrd, nud he could only ssnllnw, trying to get rid of the lump in his throat. Suddenly the snrngc bent toward him nnd spoke; "I!no I the honor of addressing-ProfOlhnell Clmrles Marsh, tho eminent paleontologist of Vnlo college?" he Inquired. The revulsion of feeling wns nlmost too much for the professor, who wnn now eicn less nble to speak than he had been before. It developed thnt the Indian na a mnll boy hnd been sent enst. Christianized, educated, tnnglit the element of theology nml sent back to the west tocivllle his tribe. . sat in silence a rat acurried acrn. the hearth Into the darkness beyond. The three men ihifted their feet and looked at each other uneasily. After a long name the lawyer , niiui, n . I J oil ri n; f. n r ,11 i .m.r, i ing," he said; "you think I thought I paw a rat, but 1 didn tl Chicago Inter Ocean. I I 11 1,- Peace in the Philippines is bound toprovt profitable to all concerned. Warring whether they be in. the Philippines or in the human stomach, are equally disastrous. If your s tnmarh has rebelled, there is one authority that will quickly subdue it, It ia Hosteller's .Stomach Hitters, and it ' cures constipation, indigestion, hihnua and dv.tienaia. See that ncM. nervniiane. a private Itevenue Stamp (overs the neck of the bottle. fence In the Philippine. neaaacner Do you get up with a An Idea. Fcmlerton has got nn idea. He .ay he knows now why alt codfih iaaalt. lleeatLe it comes from the salt water. It i more than he can understand, however, why all the other salt water fish are not alt. Hoi-to- n Transcript. Is there i bad taste in your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak digesYou are frequently tion. dizzy, always feel dull and You have cold drowsy. hands and feet. You get but little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your body. What is the cause of all this trouble? Constipated bowels. The nest Prescription nnd Fever Is a bottlo of Grove's TxsTiti.rss CtllU. Toxic. It is aimply Iron and quinine. In ttaatclcssform.Nocuro no pay. Pricc.Wa for Chill. Hra nf Amltj-- . As we understand It, in the millennium not only will the lion and the la nib tie down together, hut women will probably quit kiting each other when they meet on the street. Detroit Journal. Prof. Chas. P. Cunl, A. M., Washington Pulversltv, Ht, Louts, Mo., says: "Wo unhesitatingly attribute tho recovery anil good health of ourlittleboytoToetli. Ina. L'ikiii theso Powders ho seems to fatten nnd thrive." Hoaks is no more. You probably didn't know Hoaks, hut he found a dollar in th watch pocket of hit last summer's trousers and the poor fellow never recovered from the (hock. Chicago Daily News. 1 Ayer's and certain cure. Keep Your Blood Fare, wilt give you prompt relief d mure than others. We want you to uso Putnam Fadeless lyes because they color moro goods, make faster nml brighter colors nnd cost you no 10c If you have neglected your case a long time, you had better take per package. Agcr's sarsaparllto alst. It will remove all Impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Write the Doctor. Then mar bo aomtlhlng atxrat your ea.o yon do not qtilta Write tlx doctor freelyi tell Mm liow yon are tuncrlnit. You TerftTft Uio but will promptly medical vtrlca. Address, ur.ti. u. Aycr. uowoii. aiau. under-itao- WHERE ICE IS WELCOME. Or , Piinatfin l.nntieil to Cnl the tea of Soeeeat and Una at Lnel I'oiinil It. Half our lives we eit up night perfecting plans to get gold. The other half we he awake nights fearing someone will rob us. L. A. W. Dullctin. I have used Piso's Cure for Consumption both in my family and practice. Dr. (J, W. Patterson, Inkster, .Mich., Nov. 5, 1894. owcrs Article H. The signatory agree In recommending the, application of special mediation in the event of threatened interruption of peace letwecn members. Contending states may each choose n power to which they will entrust the mission of entering Into a negotiation with a power chosen by the other side with the of preventing n rupture of pacillc relations or, In the event of hostilities of restoring peace. Article 9 to It provide for the insti tution ot an International commission of Inquiry for the verification of facta in cates of minora, dispute not affecting the vltsl Interests or honor of states, but impossible of sittlcnicnt In ordinary diplomacy. The report of an Inquiry commission will not force an arbitral judgment, leaving the contending parties full liberty to cither State. conclude an amicable arrangement on HON. GEORGEW. JULIAN DEAD the bal of the report or have ulteriorly to mediation or arbiBl III Mam r.splrad Th ri'Dii,iiu tration. ladlaaspolla, In lrrlc" Articlea II to 19 set forth the general Init., rrllf Maralng object ot and benefits It is hoped to I.miUmapoi.ir, I ml., July 8. Ueorge derive from the arbitration court and W. Julian died at hi home. In Irving-todea'arrttignlng the convention Implies at II o'clock Friday morning. Hit an undertaking to submit in good faith daughter, Mr, (irace Julian Clarke; to arbitral judgment. hit ton, I'au), and Dr. Thomaa U were SHE WAS USING NAPHTHA. Thompson, family phyalclan, pretent when he died. (ieorge V. Julian watborn In Wayne ffotl It aablnajloa M onian, orll Leadar county, Indiana, near Centerrllle, In and a Wrttar, Horned In Ileal t 1917. la an Ksploalon. Hit early life wat pent on the farm. Ilia political career began In 1810. four year later he took the aturap Washington, July 8. Mr. Marguerfor Clay and Krellnghuyen. It wa ite DIckcn, the wife of CapU Francis In thin year that hi abolition belief W. Dickens assistant chief of the butook root nnd became the main-prln- g reau of navigation, was killed Friday political career. In morning at her residence by an exploof hi to the sion of naphtha. She ".is cleaning in elected ho wat IMS legislature fiom hit native county. the room with the fluid when It exWhen Taylor was nominated Julian ploded. Mrs Dickena was a remarkably boldly announced that he could not tupport the ticket, and that he would brilliant woman nnd a social leader in aflillate with the free toll party. He Washington. She wns n writer of un, chosen a delegate to the llutTalo some note, her most popular book becontention and an elector of the ing a description of her cruise nround ot 1'ourth congressional district of In- South America on a which her husband was commander. diana. In 1MU he was a candidate for the ARE MANY APPLICATIONS. vice presidency on the free toll ticket, and wit a delegate to the first repub- Alinoal Kitty Officer Who krred In I lie lican conrentlon at I'ltttburgh in 18.19. War In ( una IUs OITrd Ilia RarrU-He served in congress many yeara from In th rhtllln Campaign. the "Ilumt district." Iu May, lo8. he was appointed surveyor general of Wamiinoiox, July 8. It was stated New Mexico. at the war department Friday that almost every officer who served In tho Ilroppad Dead on lha StraaU (la.. July a Mr. I A. army during the war with Spain, and Atlanta, Hlce, of San Antoulo, Tex., dropped who has been honorably mustered out, services to meet dead at noon Friday at the corner of ha again offered his ca upalgn. lUker and Ivy streets. The cause of the needs ot tho Philippine Altogether no less than 10,000 appliMrs. Hloe her death wat heart failure. for commission In tlu new ivii the niece of I'retldent Tyler and cation army now forming have been n lirst cousin of (icn. Iiobcrt K. Iee, volunteer She mu a titter of Judge John A, received nt the war department nnd James, chief justice of the supreme have been placed on the flics lMday alone the applications numbered 490. court of Texas. rathar'a 1.1 Taken In Kara Ilia Mother. Itrwaril for lllitlngnlahad Bart lea. l. I.ouisvim.k, Ky., July 8. Oscar 8. -- CapU llrere Wahiumitox, July boy, Friday morna tou, of the iltth Infantry, who dl ing ahot lit father four times inflicttliiL'ulthcd himself daring the riant! ing dangerous wound. Tho father, to be appointed to Carl Rydel, came home drunk and be ago campaign, it the colonelcy ol one ot me volunteer gan abusing hlb wife. The sou at regiments. tracted by her screams entered tlu room with a revolver, and when hit Killed by a llaeabalt. hioiix Falls. 8. I).. July 6, Levent father rushed at hiiu tired five times HartwIcU, aged 18, wat found dead four bullets taking effect, two In the Thurtday night. Hit death resulted arm, one In the breatl and one lu the The boy m.icmlered and It from lielntr ttruck on the head by a groin. baseball July t, and he p..d Vvu piU- - now in jail, lie aaya .)c t)P t iuve bli mother' Hit, Ipg ilnco tli0( ol-Je- ct cliaiiie jour eat." In front of the man pit a traselirB man, who took in the situation at a glance, yuiek at a IUh he raurd his window, anil inst.int er the flow ing facial appendage of the iimii behind legan to erforiii mo-- t fratlul ne of gyration.. The diit .eikiiil m-t i.i, and the wind twited them. Their after a few moment of nidi siolinn . .1 red in the face and then put lu down. A few moments later he liaiml hut ol t and a.ked the other the draught in a aimilar manner, but, to the intense amusement and gratification of tl.i balance of the eople in the i.ir, wl:u had watched the little eomnlv alt the nay thmugh, the drummer, without o much a" a twinkle of the eye, rejdied: "No! It's too warm. If you don't like it change your teatt" l'hiladelphia l'ecord. , In connection with the possibility of The pleasure in talking too much is as Gen. Funston tins Ing u political nmbl-Ho- short lived as that of eating heavily on a .1. W. diced tells n story which weak stomach. Atchison Globe. giics much insight Into the chnrncter Unit' Catarrh Cur of the innn, rnjs the Knnsns City JourIa taken Internally. Price 75c. nal. A man could make money with five fingcrt if he didn't have ten for it to slip through. !r n, tilct-wns In New York on the dny I'mistou (.allril nwny to Join the Insurgent forces in Culm, nnd nccompanlcd him to the fctcamcr to sny good-by- . While the p.'tir were tnlking nt the steamer binding, Funston spoke of hia probnble future, nnd sold: "WIIIIb. I haie no nmbitlon to get rich. I would n't get in to poll tics for anything. I nm rrnid I have no settled nim or clearly seen ambition. Hut, nevertheless., I want to cut some Ice In the world, nud I Intend to keep hustling until my time comes." to cut Ice hns been This Itevlaeil 1'rnsrrha. manifest In nil Ihc movements of the A thing of beauty i a jny forei er. if some restless, tireless, nlwny moving young Other fellow lumx'ii. to i.ce il He lins searched for You can lead a horse to wa'ei, hut jou Kansas soldier. cannot make him dunk, hut nliu u.u.uo-ree- his opportunity from the Arctic to the In getting a man up ag.iiu.t the l.ai lie equator. Never staying anywhere long, lo.ea lua hoix- - en.e. he hns dropped one thing nf tcr nnothVr It'a a long lane that has no turning when In n fashion that made litis friends fear the treasure you are in .earth of n "ju.t he sras n changeling ami unstable. amund the next lend." Fortune knocks tt many a man's donr Hut now they begin to comprehend when he is out cliating the growler. Chithat It was the eagerness nnd fretful-tie- s . cago of u mighty nmbitlon, nnd thnt what they deplored In him wns the very Men are somewhat like fish. As toon as they think they are able to get along on characteristic that was to lend him on their own hook they are likely to gel caught toglory. At Inst, 10.000 miles nwny from i home, lie found n t hnncctocut on someone cheV I,. A. W. Bulletin. tlieicc of his nmbitlon. nud In cutting lie cut "So." said Fido throueh the feme to the nptenty. tramp dog. "I don't mind being waihcd. it ! n ueh lun to roll in the dirt afterward. TRICKY PETS. Indianapolis Journal. Timct-IIerald! uueago mny .News, I Man once ate the cream, but now they cremate the man. Chicago Daily cws. Some people are loyal in the way that a gadfly is loyal to a horse. Atchison Ulobe. t Kansas in the Philippines la making a repatatlon for cotirape !fe and natrloti.m that stira our blood. IV m-- m IZv 3 v Y'M Kansas in the Cornfields. " What's the Matter g Wfth Kana" and for Information jR aoout homcsetuers' excursion UctcU It, via Santa He Route. AdJre.aOrneral 1'aiMna.rOfflcr. The Atchison, lope la & Santa fe Railway, CIIICACO. Wheatfields and orchard has ol- ready inane a reputation lor gigantic ylelda that astoul.hes the world. Oil rella,coal,lead and salt ntlneafurnith a bast for industrial development, for hendf free copy of K 'ft 2i l fa HffFRiS- - -- Sli- -- Ttii- Sit- -- rP Ail Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects oi tl'e well known remedy, Svnui- - or Flos, mcnufactured by tne . CAitronxiA Fio Sritui' Co.. illustrato the value of obtaining the llqul-- i lnxa-- I tlve principles of plants known to "oo I medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most rcf resiling to tho taste nnd acceptable to the system. It is tho one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the Kyfiteln effectually, dispelling colds, headnches and fevers ' gently yet promptly nnd enabling ono ' to ovcrcomo habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening them, make it tho ideal i or irritating laxative. In the process ot manufacturing' figs are used, as thev arc pleasant to tho taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy aro obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to tho California Fio Stkup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to n7old imitations, pleaso remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. j I and are atruij wonderful medicine. wished (or a medicine plvtuam to teka and It la Catcareta. rilocv h?e foundtwenitttrlfled and ray taklnii them, my blood baa coroiieiton batlm proved wnnuerrutlr and I feel much belter In every way " K. biLLAU. LuureliTfim., OA80ARirrS do BLOOD Mil BAD cUlMCd !bavuco allat for them The only time a boy will carry a big basket without a protest is w hen it contains pic and cake for a picnic lunch. .Uchijon Ulobe. THE MARKETS. Select butcher CAl.VK! IKX1S I.IVKSTOrK-Ca- tt Tn Aral Mntisooa Food of l'lnlnu JnUes on Thele Owners. Unsay nml Hie CANDY CisciXNATi. Julr . e. common! 3 IW U HO lieusr Mlaed ikukrro I.Uht MpHT MIKKP Choice OKAIN-Wteat- Oijn.aml Hint... !i UJ nil J S S ) ttt W OJW I.AMtlt rr.ng FUIPIt Winter pnlenL (lata No. ; live Nn, S 1 A V Prune .o choice PltOVlNiyN -- Me iiurrmt-ciioie- B 3 6 4 10 oa (JtlM Wl No. 3 Crn-N- a rtl Nj- - Sret.... . ft 3 TO ui.zttt ft. 71 1 3 nt it U Vl". i 7k I.anl man-of-wa- r, Prime lo choice creamery o API'I.K-.-l'linlclo fancy.., POTAlOBfc New.per brl.... PUUMt-Wlii- ter un Kl II 1)0 S UKAIN N.v 3 M1I..N ML OAT- - No. a. PDHK Me Whoal No. S red ClllCAiia patent itlti O .... TJViS I'1 a K ir.it -- I'iit & I.AItH bleam 3 VI V7'i l HOI. COUN -- Nsi NKW YOltlv. KLOt'lt Winter patent Wilt AT No. J red ft CL SC I ItVK ()AI Mined I 'l i It l Nw inesk I.AKl) -- Mcatcm IIAI.TIMOKK. 1'amllr Ult.MN iVlieal Na S red NHithrrn Cotn Mlieil Oat No. J while Kio - No. 3 western CA'I l l.K First quality 1IIXJS--We.ur- i mtied 1J .V) A 10 7) The dossy, or "rock rabbit," is n new pet which hns been brought from South Africa, nnd he Is n very nice llttlo fellow, but he hns ono little trick thnt nervous old Indies do unt like. He friendwiii Is till he finds hlsinahlei-orly Mtor asleep or rending or w riling, lind Ihcn he ercrpi ns quietly as u mouse to ns gicut u distance ns he cnu jump, nnd when the busy person U not look m,-- for r.nything of the Kind he springs sqiinre ou thnt person's lup or Knee, or on the table beside him, o(T ognln, light as n bird, nnd Is out of the room whltii thcnstniilshed person .CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN rilANCIBCO. CAL. Is having four kinds of fits. LOUISVILLE. KY. Tho mongoose, n furry little nnlmnl For tale ty all Druggist. NEW YORK. N. T. Price SOc. per bottle. about the stsc of n cat, which Is used to DR. MOFFETT'S MTM hunt snnkt-- alto plays n trick of this kind. It cannot jump, so It climbs up behind the liuty person, nccr making the least bit of noise, nnd nil nt once, whlla the busy one Is thinking perhaps Brfaf TEETHING POWDERSVJU of something clear on tho other side of tho world, they feci n cold, bluck nose pushed up npalnst their ear, and turn around with u shriek to tee tho mongoose, with Its luce full of mischief, running nwny to Its box ns fast as it can go. I g TSADI MASK RtOIlTiajtJ. Good. Merer Sicken. Weaken, or Grl pe. 10c &c. Wc Plesaant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Gnd. fo ... Sltrilaff BBi.a7 (.BMaf. Ckkaf. CURE CONSTIPATION. Hfl.Tn.Rlin foldand annranteed br utiUto (MUUUl'obacco HablC J.trt. Sw T.rk. lit ... TheB enefits (IIAl.N eun of an aeeuratii and correctly mad CTt'I-- B lion t not be mra.nred In word wurrr slonn wlili a eheap rhaln. when for S)l.eio CHAIN, tin your.su It rCrtbUbrX I' eralreilroubla) klodlhatnev unt on receipt of price, po.iaji paid.orMate number ot links and wldih, wbetuer m lt CLINTON 14V Hauth Clinton Hi reel, rnleaso. CHAIN WORKS, LIVE STOCK CUTS. Wa CUTS or BOOK, t or below KOLI-OO- lll furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCI any OtHCR CUT snown In ny SPECIMEM Quoted prices for A. N. .vis V. I'lttu NEWSPAPER CO., Mt.. sm. Clnctrsnutl, u. Ity-de- MACHINERY. lie llnd lleaaon lo linn. Kydrtutlo and Srraw rrM. Ortari, T5 TO U llai MseitloB, Retslate ths llonfli tail Haiti The man came out of nn ofllce buildi"H& li ing ou the run nnd started down the TMtnlnt- Faf. TKKTIIIM Brllftt th Rowel c.t.lcjua "free. I,viiiorini i a mi. ir. iniiiiiri uTaoir.suU. iitaernx .'liU Si and Cost Only Trnahlrt of ( hltdren of iT (. iH street. & Cents. Ask Your Druggist for It. 4 TO UIM EDUCATIONAL. null tS "Here! IlcrcJ" cried tho policeman Ifnotkri.t lif Uroasl.ta T. I.OVIH,teitl lo .Il I 0U MO. C.J. I Ol' KIT IT. l. on tho comer. "What's your hurry ?" INHlANAIpMi NEW HAMPSHIRE tt Tl V "There's n man bock: there trying to UHAI.s rt'heat. No S rtd st (tun Nn full ted sell me n book on 28 weekly installMILITARY ACADEMY .... r.'.i Oats-- Na KKAIIKKS OK THIS l'Al'KH i imird ments of $2.33 each!" cried the victim. IlKsllUNU TO I1CY ANYTHING LOI'ISVIMX a" Mlri'riuelpal, WtaT I.ISIIA.NO.S, N, II, Tho ADVKUTISKII IN ITS COLUMNS FI)l'lt Winter patent .... sn c km hold. policeman Instantly released his HIOLLtl INSIST ITON IIAV1NU niiAIN Wheal No S red. 1768 A. N. K.- -H .... ulxed WUAT TllKV AbK 10U. ItEKLSINO lorn M; "Hunt" ho cried. "Hun like n white. ... ta "Ha AVIir.V Vt lllTIMl'TU AIIVCUTIIIEMII n.iu Mes inl ALL BLU3T1TUT1U Oil IMITATIONS. head! Maybe you cnu get awny from ts POIIK plru.e alula thai you iuw Ilia Advcrll 7) a it hlra yet."-Chlc-ago I.AHD b.e.in mcut In thla pupcr. Post. 3 T3'. --- ( ) 10 mm. CIDER To cure, or money refunded by your merehant, so yyjiy not try it? rnco BOo. 1 COUNTY NEWS. the t4 irri. Df trtnirflt mnH Hot on Palurriar premtlhr Ute nf tune. Cepjr rpfi on r.ft.J n Nti:iir ol I'tnti. lHrilvtrflMn(t promlwn ol the Mormon Mc Ke on MohiUjt night. t ten ei'eWk l Jackson County. Tynor. l.-- the t lf utt. Kvr use OifuM hrr htm. MmMcn on Ttwe-ilij- Madison County. Pnnoln. Miss Jennie Evans will tench Red Hill school. It 1b very dry here and unlets it rniiia soon crops will bo worthies. Misses Laura nnd Jennie Johnston are visiting their brother, Dr. Silas Johnston of this place. Miss Dernmie Murphey returned hero Thursday from Louis? illo having completed her eoursoof study. Mr. Clarence Johnston has just ro turned froin Pinkard whore ho filled the place of Miss Einma Holtnes last week. Clover Bottom. Messrs. M. A. and J. P. Logsden g returned from a Mrs. John D. Hatfield is sick. just trip to Station Camp, report plenty The much needed rain has come. of rain there and crops excellent. Miss Lou Hatfield is at home after On July 1, while cutting n tree, a visit with her brother at Berea. George Wilder had his foot mashed Rev. James Lunsford, of Berea and had to have it amputated above preached at Cave Spring last Sunday. tbo ankle. Ho lives near Red Lick. Miss Martha Click has gone to vis Alson Bakir. it friends and relatives in Virginia and Tennessee. Owsley Revs. Raymond aud Pennimau, IWt. J. P. Nutting, ut L't&h. will nil the truth bout Murroonlni ut New Hope neitTufJjf and Mr. Johnston passed through this night, nnd ut JioontTllle on Wwlniiday ntfht. place last week on their way through He will InWuit nerjonc. the mountains. Travolor's Rest. and some Your correspondent D. J. Kidd is now the father of a friends explored three caves in this vicinity last week. Many beautiful fine boy. The weather is fine now and crops things were seen, but nothing more dangerous than a large rat. are promising. Mica Eva Click. C. B. McGuire paid Roland Chapel a short visit last week. Estill An excursion wan run over the L. Mlllors Crook and E. on the Fourth, and several of Elder M. L. Lowry of Winchester, our young folks went to the Natural Ky., preached to a large audienee at Bridge. There has been quite a stir in this Mt. Tabor, Sunday. county over schools, and there is some Elder James T. Adams has return confusion yet, but we hope it will be ed to his home at Lexington after an settled satisfactorily, as it seems to extended visit to friends in this com canec our worthy Superintendent n munity. good deal of trouble. A. J. Barker. Mrs. B. H. Sale of Irvine and Mrs. Bettie Hardwick of Stanton, Ky., vis Booneville ited Mrs. "W. F. demons of this place Farmers are plowing during this last week. cool weather. jW. R. C Adams, and the Panola Uncle George Ross died July 1, Mnle Quartette sang at Mt. Tabor one aged 86 years. night last week. They have excellent Rev. S. F. Kelly preached in South voices for their parts and sing vory Booneville Suuday. well. Miss Pearl Cawood visited relatives Married at the residonce of Elder W. Stewart in Booneville on July 4. W. F. demons,. Mr-and Mrs. Mattie E. Tillory, of Rich Mrs. Belle Crawford, of Breathitt, mond. May success attend them on is visiting relatives in Owsley. " Robert Cawood stuck a nail into the journey of life. Stobmt B. Neal. stock-tradin- We now the throb of tho and n hum of the threshing mnchine. Tutor C. Rexford Hnymond, of passed through lie. last week on his way to Boont ille, auu vicinity. Mr. Wolery Ev. ilo and wifo, of Owsley County passed this place last Wednesday enroll to tc rab Orchard, where Mrs. Eversolc i) ' linve nn operation upon her eye. Tho sad news has just reached ub of the death of Mrs. Morris, an elder daughter of James Cook. She suffered for some time with consumption. She leaves n husband, and an infant J s. M. Combs. child. well-driBe-re- n Married, July 0, Mr. J. C. Wood and Miss Snlllc Swinford, at tho home of tho bride's farther, Rculeii Swinford, Thoy hovo our sincere wishes for their future happiness, Cynthia Hates. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Mite THE SCHOOL. ,n THE FARIw. MjM, In , tj tn Wlthora Rev. J. I). Nmtthc, nf llwli, will ipMk in WMnnioti the fW 4w trine nwl pmMlie. f the Mormon. KrMjr nHrtit. Me know; tout tilm. County. Fred Mullius is visiting his sinter at Level Green. Thos. P. Smith, who has been very ill, is now improving. Mr. Fayery, of Wildie, has been here selling medicines. Rev. Thos. Kelloy preached at the Union church last Sunday. Reuben Hurley is planning n'homc at a place near Mt. Vernon. Elisha Mullina shot two red foxes on the road near his home. Crops are almost a failure in the greater part of this country. Mr. Mat Tussey, of Madison county, is here buying hogs. The prayer-meetinhore, we are grateful to say, is progressing well. Jones Durham, of Horse Lick, has been in Jackson looking up sheep. Mr. Cuinmings, of Level Grwcn, has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. James Midline, at this place. Mrs. Thos. Anderson, Millard Drew, and Chas. Mullius' family are all recovering after severe illness. Mr. Wndo and sister, May Brown, of Level Green, have been in this part of the country looking for schools. W. G. Mollins. g Wolfe County. Sprndllng Several of our young peoplo expect to attend Berea College this fall. Miss Florence Crawford, a Berea student, began her school July 10. g held There will be n Bethel Church, beginning on at the August 19, and holding 'J days. All of our Berea friends are invited. Rev. J. W. Doane and Charles Mc Quiuu visited the logging camps on Parch Corn, 13 miles from here, and hold two meetings with much interest jhown. Gto. 11. Fclks. camp-meetin- County. Bell County. Plnovlllo. We have had good rains. P. U. HendricsoD, living near Pine- ville, died July 3. Some of tho boys here caught a 40 recently. pound cat-fisR. W. Slusherhas return od to his home in Tennessee after a visit here. Wilburn Johnston's barn was burned recently. Cigarette smokers are suspected. A. J. Asher has given up his old saw-mion Straight Creek and is workin on a new one on the same creek. Thomas Clark's house caught iim last Sunday and from the stove-pipe- , burned to tho ground. Ouequilt was all that was saved. Willio Breeding tried to catch the passenger at Bailey's Switch last Wednesday, nnd fell, mashing threw G. II. Knuckles. toes. h ll J. his foot recently, causing much pain A very pleasant picnic in honor of Dlsputanta the Misses Combs, of Morehead, was Mrs. Bright Chastine is very low given recently. A son of William Harvey was bitten with consumption. Miss Nannie Lake is visiting her by a spider last week and two physicians had a hard time saving him, brother at this place. but he is now recovering slowly. Mr. Bicknell, of Berea, preached at A. M. Nkely. this place last Sunday. Sunday school is progressing nice' Conkling. ly at tho Hammond school house. The honey crop of this section is an Mr. and Mrs. Kindred, of Berea, entire failure. were the guests of Mr. Swinford last Farmers are very busy stacking week. B. P. Allen. wheat and "laying by" corn crops. Conway. The cool wave mado farmers work The people of this locality wero pleasant aud rapid for the past week blest last week with a good shower of Mrs. Lizzie Wilson of Booneville vis rain, which was very much needed at ited her sister, Mrs. W. B. Pender that time. grass. Bird Goers returned last week from Mr. Elijah Thomas of Doe Creek Lexington and assumed his position has recently lost his eyesight and is as clerk for A. . Hart. He report totally blind. He is an old soldier cd that his brother was very ill. and ponsioner. James Cox, near this place, killed Married, on the 28 inst. at Elias tho largest rattle snake that was ever Neely's Store, Gilbert Peters and seen in this locality, measuring four Georgia Ella Maupin, Rov. Bentou feet six and one half inches in length and ten inches in circumference. Bowmah officiating. Perry M. Lamhkkt. Miss Martha Beard of Owsley Co., has returned home from Berea to Wildle. spend vacation. She is anxious for the Mr. Lynn began teaching school fall terra to begin iu order that she here this week. may get back. Fanners aro alwut through their Charles Parkely, representing the corn crops in this locality. ""Silver Leaf Nursery of Va. is hustling Mrs. Mary Brown, of Chicago in visaround itmotig the farmers of this seciting relatives nnd friends tit this place. tion disposing liberally of his stock Judge Luir and his daughter Car on baud. His smiles and compli ments to the young ladies are freo rie wero over from Mt. Vernon Fri day. gratis. Died, July a, Mr. W. P. Hiatt, at Mrs. Luciuda Searcy, an old aud respected citizen of Madison County, his home near Mt. Vernon, of heart . whose homo for the past five years failure. Dr. Lucas, tho dentist, was at Lau-forhas been at the residence of her Station this week practicing his T. J. Flanory, was suddonly stricken with paralysis on tho 28 inst. profession. Iter recovery is doubtful. The Fourth of July picnio at Adam's ' Loo Flanert. Grovo was well attended by tho people of Wildie. Clay Mrs. Dr, Lucas and Miss Grace Dory. Honry of Livingston, wore visiting in Wildie this week. Mr. G. D. Murray, our correspondent ut Dory, has boon quite sick, but Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith of is better at preseut. Ho writes tfyit White's Station are visiting at Win. Tub Citizen is well received there. Wood's this week. Rockcastle County. Why not Havo a Cato7 The picture that 1 sjmko nlwiit last week and that I wautyou to know Riding along n main road tho othWo undervalue the li tin ''inns' and lovo is called "The Mudunnn of er day the editor saw a lioy stop, get which enter our everyday lite. Tho word madonna, off his horse, throw down the top mils lie the Chnir." daily duties stem nltnotit drudgeiy meant in the first place just about tho of tho fence across tho road that led nnd we feel sure that we could plan same that wo moan by "madam or to a distant farm house, urge his poour lives if wo had the owrr. "My lady" ami has come to Is.' applied ny over tho rest of tho rails, shut up But after all these very drudgeries' to the mother of Jesus. Since there the gap, mount and ride on. Halt a can be glorified when lovo becomes wero no photograph galleries when mile down tho road I met the father the mot ho power and nowhere is this Jesus was n baby there aro no true of the boy returning from towu, where truer than in the home. pictures of him and his mother, but he had been with his team, hauling a We may lay the foundations of our painters ever since have inado pie load of staves, and know that to cot house but the stones must lo cement-- ' lures to toll us what they think so j lomo , mmi ti,row tboie rails clear ed together. The walls may rise, but holv a mother aud child must hovt olll of , Wlty? ,,,,1 tJjen j thought ran not stand of themselves. The looked like. i i n.....i. m. 1 ' In this picture there is a sweet, lsBinfc, the joists, the laths, the piss gentle mother seated in a chair and w,'"? performance to get out on ttie ter, are necessities. Every part hits holding a plump, sweet baby in her 'road and probably the boy had done its imxrtance jmd to be beautiful, artiiN. Another cinid stamls oy her the same and I wondered how many every part must harmoniie. In the knee looking with clusiied hands ou persons really had opened the gap In home each individual has his impor- the beautiful faces before him. And lll,lt rul1 enw l,mt ,,hJ ,ml ,,ow story the tant place and the harmony is tho this is the Long, that is told aboutlived much time had boen lost in that way. long ago there picture. of kinduess, gentleness and among the hills of I tulv an old mau ! Going on with tho problem 1 tried to product mutual forbearance Each Iiuh indi- wuom uie people cuiieo ramer uer , jKUrc how much time thoe rails I . .1 vidual rights that evervone must re uurdo. He wild very wise nnd kind. 008 . in uie course oif a year, l,on,b He litre! nloue but was not loucly. spect but each must have faith in thai Marv. the daimhter of o vine dresser Bd how long it would Uiko to kill other, each munt be capable of that near, dearlv loved the old mau and 'time enough getting through that which is lorn of lovo. brought him presents of fruit, nutl j ftiii- to builtl a good gate, set the ., ,,. It iM Love is the mystic ower that trans- cheered him with oviug words and forms stern duty.. Sympathy eont so smiles. Mnry was like a daughter to Now this in not a single case but so Father little but is worth so much. Because her. HeBeriianlo, andgrand he called one out of many that I know of and also called a oak tree of thi" power of love the mother's bv his house his "dumb daughter." the readers of Tiik Citizen know a cares grow precious. She gives her- lie loved to it in its shade and to hear great many more. Thin getting a self iu every task, she counts nothing the songs of the birds that lived iu wagon through a pair of bars is not loss but all gain that will brighten its branches. Que Tear, after a terrible winter of much more rapid operutiou than and broaden the child-lifin her such cold and snow as were not throwing down rails, though it looks home. The boy sighs and frets as he known more than ouce in a life time, a little mora to havo bars saws wood, until the angel of love the spring brought torrents of water than rails. down from the mountains, tearing awhispers "it is for mother" and the I have heard it said that so' s the rush. task grows light as the heart grows way whole towns in had leiirlul tlowu time After the waters gone lid not count for more than a warm. Mary and her father wuut to mt how setting heu's. Now this always seemWe can not all lhc in stately man it was with the old man. The "dumb ed me to an unfair reflection on the hen, sious but we can all cultivate that daughter" had saved his life. He iu spite of tho patent inoubn-tors- , hud the tree heart-powe- r that will make home a roe rli'mlstl and higher an the waters a large share of the bumnens of higher and when the paradise. Let us be careful to do houm weut away he was safe above hatching chicks is still done by the the little things that have no money the stream. Here he stayed there hen, nud when it comes to laying eggs value but which make lives of others diiis with tiothiug to eat but a few she hus a monojioly of the business. crtihts that he hud in his pockot. He letter happier and purer. Tho uiiiu's time is worth good deal wu faint aud ready "Give and it shall be given unto with cold and almot when to die less thnu u setting heu's if he can af hunger Mary you; good measure, pressed down and found him uud took him to her home ford to throw down a couple of panels shaken together and running oier." till his hut could be of rails or take down aud put up a tot With great eiiruestncsn he thanked liis preservation and prayed of bar every time he wants to got Hemorrhage!, of the lungs or stouj-ac- h God for rich blessings upon his two helpers, from his houe out on to the main are promptly chtvked by small Mary and the oak. Year pati-ed- , the road, doses of salt. Tho jmtieut should be old man died, the oak was cut down Now I would be tho last one to kept as quiet as Keibe. and made into ranks for Mury's fath- make snort of any mau's poverty. er. One day one of those casks was This is not a matter of poverty. Tho As a dressing for black kid gloves, in the ganlen where Mnry, now a poorer the man is the more reason rusty book covers, etc., use one spoon- wife and mother, sat with her two that he should havo a good gato and ful of sweet oil and two of black ink; boys. As she pressed the baby to her not spend time ut piliug over rails lieurt and watched the older at nlav when ha might be earning something. mix and apply with a spougr. a young man came up. He had u sud, In a country, that affords as much He was seckiiiif somo good timber us this does, thero is no A smooth piece of whalebone is dreamr face. much better for curling ostrich feath one whose picture he might jmint to excuse for not having a good gate show tho world the txtauty that in his whenuver it is necessary to go from ers than a knife or scissor's blade. It heart telonged to Jesus and his cue field to another. is not so apt to cut the feathers. A gate need not coat a cent In monmother. As he looked on this sweet woman ey. Some straight pine or chestnut A clear fire for grilling purges aud her children, his wish seemed poles well peeled aud trimmed, a can be quickly obtained by sprinkling granted. But ho had only a l sharped axe, a saw, if you have one, ovor it a little powdered nitre. It is with him mid nothing on which to if not the axr, will do the cutting off draw. Just then he saw the cover of too. an inch auger mid a large auger s used by all grill cooks. the cask, and he eagerly drew uitou aud some good tough hickory for ptus To keep steel ornaments from rust- it the outline of Mary and her child and a little ingenuity and energy and ing put them in a box containing pow- ren. He took this away with him tho gate is bound to be the result. It dered quicklime. When you want to and from it painted (he beautiful ran be tnadn strong aud good looking "Madonna of the Chair." So the two the same time, and will last foi wear them brush the lime off with a "daughters" of the good old Bernardo at years. The fanner needs things consoft brush, aud you will find them us became known to the world together venient if auy one dues uud the gate through the grent painter, Raphael. bright ns wheu new. is a good place to begin. . lx-tle' I Valuo of LlttloThl Homo mnklni Ie KAtr K 1wAw, 1Wr-- t Oil it fMifAlvMn ol ih. Kiii It TMl'w Normol tterwrtmeftt Here rWlefe tei rre-f- r M llotlttwl !rt' riiHIrre. sin 0t - coif-deni- r,, - ,;...., ,,,.. e ship-shap- e - so-an- jx-nci- first-clas- Knuckles. R. M. Ncal, of Pineville, is visiting frionds at Red Bird. Your correspondent has a good school this year, beginning July 10th. W.R. Knuckles will probably run for County Clerk this year. He has a good following. Rev. Jns. J. Sammous, of Woodbine, preached to the people of Red Bird on the 2nd. inst. Let the good work go on. Tho schools are ull taken up in 'Bell. This county neods lwtter teachers, especially those who will help iu tho Divine work. Red Bird has the finest forests of valuable timber, coal batiks nnd as uico for oil, ns uuy section Why should of Eastern Keutucy. Roil Bird not get the railroud. The people want it and will giro tho right of way. That is n good induce T. J. Knuckles. ment. lADKt HALL CHAFtl LINCOLN HALL A VIEW ACROSS OUR CAMF Over UO BEREA COLLEGE toucher, 700 students 20 tntos., Urom JS DEREA HAS 14 BUILDINGS. I il'Mii:ii ISA A Hl.OOO books In the Library. IDEJFAJR.TLiIElSrTS. For tho-- e j I. For those siillkiently advanced to uet a tencher's certlllcato III. II. NOT sitlllcloiitly advanced to get a teacher's cort lllcute: Trad" Schools Carpentry, Hotikowork, Printing two years. Model Schools, nroimriug for Normal aud thu advanced courses. : ( Ullin, 111. son-in-la- d County. We have had very cool weather for the past weok. Whoat crops aro very good this year and are now boing threshed. Frank Gay, of Berea, who has beeu iu this vicinity for three weeks, returned home last week. W. A. Battle, has set up a restaurant near this place. Small pox Is reported in this vicinity, but has booomo such a common thing that no one is excited. Wm. VIII. Mus'w Reod Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. IX. Bereu General Hospital Two years course iu tho caro of tho sick. Its instruction is a Borca places the best education iu reach of ull. It is not u mouoy making Institution. free gift. It aims to help those who vuluo education aud will help themselves, uud charges n small Incidental feo to moot exienses of the school apart from instruction. Students must also pair for their Board, Expenses for term (12 weeks) may be brought within $21, ubout half of which must bo naid in advance. and good peoplo of Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregational!!, Disciples, Methodists, all denominations, There, are no saloons In Itercu. Fur information in- - friendly ailvlce adilrett thu Vice- - For those more advanced : VII. College Courses - Classical, Philosophical, Adjunct Departments s Forming and Agriculture two years. IV. Domwstie Seience -- Sowiug, Cooking, etc. two years. V. Normal Courso for teachers- - three years, with practice touching. ' VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for College, for busiuos and for Hfe. uud Literary. t Prtthltnt, GEO. T. FAIJtClllLl), I.L. !., Herou, Ky. TER Flanmy. FALL TERM OPENS SEP. I3.-WIN- TERM DEC. 13, 1899.