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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY If you likoTm Citizen, and wish to know what Is for your advantage, send In your subscription. The Free Schools are opeuing a man who does not send his children might as well put out their eyes. Subscriptions are coming in fast; let's have yours. The work train has ben at Boone's Gap several days. Government surveyors are locating a lock at Valley View. Electric lights are to have a trial run at Richmond this week. P. B. Broaddus announces himself as candidate for shoriff on the Democratic ticket. Squire E. C. Million is being urged to run for County Judge on the Republican ticket. The Kentucky Conference of tho M. E. Church South, will moot at Carlisle August 30. Harwood received fifteen orders for tombstones iu one week from Clay county recently. If the average man would hold on to the money he oarns like he does that which he owes, he would be rich. By mistake last week, Dr. Robinson instead of Dr. Cornelius was mentioned as inserting an eye for Joe Purvis. M. K. Pasco has some blue grass on his farm which is fully three feet tall. It is known as the English variety. A Madison man claims to have kill- eu sixiystx snakes at one siroxe wun a club. He must have accidentally stnick the jug. J. W. Crooke, of Richmond, has made application for a charter to establish the "United States National Bank of Havana, Cuba," with a capital ofFilW.OOO. Atteution is called to the School Items in another column. Toachers and others having interesting items are requested to send them in. dressMrs. Rowlett, an maker, of near Paint Lick, is staying at P. M. Reynolds' for a few woeks and offers her service to any who need them. The Loxington Chautauqua is on its feet at laat. It was announced from the stage that all debts are now paid and there are $1,000 in the e - 1899. NO. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, KDITOB h4 MANAOKK. ruklbkol l tht eao oi TUB CITIZEN, Borea, Kjr. PERSONALS W. P. Chapmen Prof. Marsh is u here Sunday. t the Clay Co. Insti- J. M. Bongo visited Jackson county last wHk. Dr. Darin and E. M. Preston Waited Nawby Monday. Geo. Y. Gentry, of Silver Creek, was here Sunday. Mr. Martin loft yesterday for a month at Chautauqua. 12. W. Bnker, of Wallaceton, church at Berea Sunday. Mm. Yooum ia in attendance at the institute at Booneville thin week. Prof, aud Mrs. Dodge returned home Friday after a visit at Lexington. Mian Sarah Jerman expects to teach at Illue Orest, this county, the coming term. Charles Davis, of Elwood, Ind., arrived in town Saturday to visit relatives. C. W. Gould and Sharp Holmes are assistant "bosses" on. the Ponni-ma- n excursion. H. C. Tiasley attended the institute at Danville and the convention at Lmingtou. Prof. Lehuunn, Oborlin, O., spent last Sunday here, leading the music of th day. Wetdey aud Norman Frost, sons of the President, are visiting friends in Clay county. Miss Carrie Woods ia a member of the Chautauqua Choir of over three hundred voices. Miss Ida Gay returned home last Saturday after a visit in Louisville and Elwood, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Morgan, of Tatitha Winchester, visited Mrs. Morgan last week. Attorney A. B. Sparks, for Clay, passed through here Sunday on bis way home. Maurice Yocum leaves next Saturday on his nay to spend the summer and fall wjth his grandmother. Rev. and Mrs. William Lodwick, formerly teachers of musio in Berea, are located at Stewartvillo, Minn. S.E.Welch, J, M.Hart, and L. V. Dodge were at Lexington attending the convention last week. C. F. Hanson went with the Peuni-mu- n excursion as far as Clear Creek lanyard ami remained over Suuday, Mis Carrie Butner, of Wildie, Miss Munduv. of Stanford, aud Miss Witt. of Kingston, visited Mrs. Branamau y tute. last week. Misses Carrie Woods and Pearl Baker left Chautauqua July 15th for a abort trip to Niaguria Falls and Lake Ontario. Mrs. Mary Bramiuiati Brown left Monday for her home in Chicago, after a visit with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Miss Josephine A- Robinson leaves Pri'scott, Wis., to morrow for Meredith Center, N. H., going by the way of the lakes from Duluth toBuiralo. Mr. L, T. Shungle, one of Mrs Yocum'a childhood friends, who has been visiting here, loft lust week for Milford, 0., whew be visits a short time before returning to his home in Oskaloose, la. y The many friends of Tutor to learn that his will bo sorry wife has not been well this summer. With his usual energy Tutor proposes to attend to the matter, and has given up his study for the summer and taken her to Wyoming. He hopes to be back in Berea for extension work some time this fall. Mu-theu- LOCALS til the leaves are out before heshooU. The Mormoua promise us a heaven on earth but it is a very earthly heaven. The Lord has sent rain lot ua say as much in thanksgiving as we said iu oomplainU. It is not a brave man who waits un- mons, I feel able to till something of tne aoctnnea anu practices of this false religion. And as I learn that the mormons are sending their missionaries into this region to convert ou from Christianity to mormonistn, am hero to sound a note of alarm. I have here to ear to vou first of all RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. mormon elders, who that the are at work attempting to proselyte Christian people, are acting the part They of wolves in sheep's clothing. do not tell the real doctrines of mor- monisra nor reveal its practical work ings. Thousands of poor people have The result of good work and reasonable pricei is tiiat we been deceived by them anu have gone now have customers in all parts 0 the Stale to Utah only to meet bitter disapWhen you want pointment, and thousands more who have started out to follow these falso uides have found that they did not in now what they were doing. In the first place, tho mormon doc Let us know and we will send you designs and prices trines are very different from those suggested by the little card which the Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. mormon elders distnbuto from house to house. For instance, the first ar ... ... ticle roads, "Wo believe in God, tho eternal Father, and in his son, Jesus first-clas- s. Any At prices to suit the times. Material and work Christ, and in the Holy Ghost, Christian might say the same, but the question is what do they believe about Uou and about (Jurist and about the Holy Ghost. Tho Mohammedans be Yon Want GOOD GLASSES lieve in God and in Jesus Christ and A. P. SETTLE, o in the Bible oven, but they also believe iu the Koran, and the teachings Attorney and Notary Public, of the Koran practically set aside the Berea, Kentucky. teachings ot the Bible, bo the mormons, though they claim to believe in the Bible, beliovo also in the Book of f Mice on Main Stmt, In Munalc DM, uptalr. Mormon, which in a fraud and a cheat, and in what they call the pres DESIGNS TftABC.kURKS ent day revelations, so that the head AND COPYRieHTS IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. men of the mormon church olaitn the OBIAlfttD Qluect that re not property adjuited to jour right anr day to sot aside the teachABVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY eye are actually dangeroui. I know It, and ings of tne Bible. Book"nowtoobtlnPUnU" llfcfci you out ht to know It. I wlU not attempt to mlt The Mormons believe in a Ood who Chart modrU. No fw till patent U secured. glaawa to jour eye until t know wbat la needed. Eyei examined iree. who is only an exalted man, a God Letter. McUr oonfldeaUU. Address. who has tlesh and. who is really no E. 0. Sf66KS. PtUnt UwyK. WaMnfo7o.C. A Nice line of Novelties in other than Adam. That is what JoJEWELRY. seph Smith and Brigham Young both T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optlciii. anu what is taught today. taught, This resort, about two miles south of I hay believe in Jesus (Jurist as a us. is becoming: quito popular as a man. lbov claim that he had three place of refuge in the hot weather. wives when he lived in in this world. various picnics nave been iieiu They say that Christ and God are there recently and at present there two persons, in me same sense that at the fifty John and Peter are two persons. are oror more guestsever beforeplace, HANSON & PASCO'S presthan probably And when they say they believe in ent at one time. Robert Gillen, the Convention. Holy Spirit, they teach that it clever proprietor, spares no paint to the The Republican Convention met is nothing but a form of electricity. entertain rcvallr all who stop witn their doctrines is that Another at Loxington, July 12th, to nominate men cannotot help sinning. In their him, and he is evidently succeeding, a State ticket. Harmony prevailed catechism stands this question, "Was as the increasing popularity of the throughout all the sessions and was it necessary that Adam partake of the place testifies. The water, tho cool H. C JASPER, M. D. shade, and other attractions combine a pleasing contrast to the disgraceful forbidden fruit!" "Yes' "Did Adam to lure many people of Madison and treasuryMEDICINE sad SURGERY. times at the recent convention at and Eve lament or rejoicet They re surrounding counties. Among the Office n Priihcr Building, Richmond, Ky Tho berry crop in this locality has joicod with exceeding great joy. guest at present are the families of Louisville. Telephone 103 & 109 Another doctrine is that the morbeen very short on account of the dry The convention was organized with mon priests or head men are a part of tho following people: Samuol Lackweather. The rains on Sunday and A. Moberly, of Madison, ey, and J. as permauent chair God and have the right to control the Samuel Cochran, Jonas Moberley, Monday will help some, but it came Judge Breathitt man, and Albert White secretary. people in all things, spiritual or tem Robert Arnold, of Garrard, W. P.Pru-itt- , E. B. McCOY, almost too late. to They Wm Hagans, Messrs. Geo. BurThe following ticket was nominated: poral. business claim the right direct a man shall enter, and ton, Sen,, and Geo. Burton, Jr., Kirks-villwhat Jolly Bon Mitchell camsjin after the Governor W. S. Taylor. how many wives be shall have. Mrs. Lucy Martin and Mrs. Jno. Slate Lick picnic lost Wednesday and Lieuteuaut Gov. John Marshall, In investigating the practices of Lick. In addition to left some very nice cake with the ed Louisville. mormons, we must remember that Galloway, Paint Sec. of State Caleb Powers, Kuox. mormonism has only been in existence these families, other guests are Miss iter, as a souvenir. The editor is alAtt'y Gen.- - Judgo Pratt, Hopkins. u tihort time. The people who are Florence Lackey, of Madison, Mr. ways at home to such callers. Auditor - J. S. Sweeney, Bourbon. mormous today have been greatly in- Green of Winchester, Mrs. Nannie CENTER of Jessamine, Mrs. Hallie Hos-leRev. J. D. Nutting aud Prof. Treasurer W. R. Day Bourbon. fluenced by tho Bible and they are not Gillen, Holden, Mo., and Mr. Allon of Sunt, of Public Instruction John yet as bad as their children win be who meet conducted Marsh ART GALLERY Sebastian, of Garrard. are brought up ou tnormouistn by itings at Withers and Boone's Gap last Burke, Campbell. of Agriculture John self. I can only mention one or two Commissioner C. 1. OGG, Proprietor. week and at McKeo, Maulden, New Throckmorton, Fayette. School Items. points. One is that tho priests control Hope, and at Booneville this week Nothing Bat Tto Pbotos. absolutely the politics ot thoir people. The Borea Colored School conductManchester is to have telephone Another is that thoy teach that it is a ed by Mw. A. W. Ttyus has boon in Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. Death. ' man s 10 uavo as many wivoa as ue sucoesalui operatiou two weens. . connection with the outside world. Death has again entered our midst sxlmjtt Hundreds of Miss Lou Gay, the veteran of Mal- of incorporation have been sud taken one of our number Articles in his I UYmiminiavhnHfwnuiTItnliivlirisnlinii 1 . lorr Spriuirs Dist. has been called to . filed for the London, Livingston aud DENTAL SUHQERY. young manhood and in the midst of his pines? is destroyed by this teaching. ioaJcl ut sftver CrBO tlis Tear which Manchester Telephone company, with usefulness, Mr. J. Willard Ames, who example 01 mis sensuality on comeiJ iu tUe way of promotion. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. capital stock of 51,000. lms been known to Berea people for , Mr. J. W. Balos. the enterprising Smith Building, Main Street, ....."t Z, r.. .n Squire Green B. Million, ono of tho many years was called away ''voumr man who holds Blue Lick Richmond, Ky. ' 1. C.lwinl nnril - .VIII.I III! .VI.., llAfTAn oldest and most prominent citizens of earth while on his way back to Berea 1H1 III, I LI, I .llfULI ICillN. ...1 I, 1: lllir ;.. ktllUUI UU1, U 1 U "PH'1 ... WWMM- his Telnphone, Koridrnce, No OS, Office, No 60. IN around, and boys aud girfs meet Madison county, was stricken with j from Arizona, whsru ho had gone in Ln.M.i.r ....mlu.k.vl r,M. .rollnwnt. paralysis at Fox town Saturday and Hurcli of health. Just oue mouth A Sneaking of veterans, Prof. Joe tit! (It n mn inritir nf tlia m:irrt:iirnH if ia was buried Monday. He was a mem ago he wont away but noou found he believed, are forced bv previous sin. . Wallace will take charge of the Todd ber of the Madison Fiscal Court for i could uot stand the climate, and Rev. UV the Way, HO If U,minm.r thni nhriatinn iuvii.Im School ttllB VCUr. years. Gik. Ame-- i went to attend him on his have not lotur siuce exposed aud de- - "ior fnithfuf, and painstaking pub PKALKlt IN AMATKUK lie servant thau "Joe" can be found. Last Friday a lot of dry loaves near way home. With ditliaulty he came btrovod this irreat fraud. We are now at Reasonable Prices. organizing a society to enlighten the As has boon stated before the youth Fine Photographs tho Industrial building caught ou tiro as far as near Little Rock, Ark , where mormons aud save the people whom Views about Berea a specialty. ful hopeful. Mr. Willie Lusk, is push and spread rapidly until u consider- hodiod Sunday morning. these corrupt leaders are deceiving. iug ahead teaching the young idea who will baud rue 10 cents or how to shoot iu "Ilayti" School, more Mr. Ames arrived hero with the Auyoue able urea was burned over and piles of lumber behind tho building were body Tuesday and the funeral services send it to my address, 73'J Ropublio St. properly, West Union. May winsome O., will receive a couducted by Cleveland, matter which will package Willie succeed in his high calling. saved only by the quick work of tho will be held of printed toll all Miss Kat Coddington has again Rev. M. K. Pasco, the interment in about the mormons, aud enable you to boys working iu tho building. been chosen to teach in Borea Pub Office Hours, 8 to 18 A. Af., tho Berea cemetery following. put to silence their missionaries. At the Town Board meeting on last lic Sohool, haviug but receutly com- I to, 1 P.M. National Bank Building' Of course iu practicing polygamy Willard was an industrious, honest Thursday night the Board elected L. the having of mauy wives -- the mor- pleted a sereu month's term. Ths Richmond, Ky. A.DavisasTowuPhyiioian and T. A. youug man, aud had many friends in mons violate the laws of the land. clover Miss N'auuie Tudor of Rich Berea and elsewhere. Ho was a flue They solemnly ugreed to stop this mond will help Miss Kate "tote in Robinson as Treasurer, iu plaoo ofC. "1 Do not forget competent when Utah was admitted as a state, the Public School at Berea this year. F. Hanson who resigned. O. I. Ogg business map and very completed the course but it is now carried on almost openly, The Trustees, Mossrs B. S. Terrill, was recommendod to the County druggist, having as it has always boon carried on in se- Pleasant Evans, and Mr. Wilson are Judge for appointment as Trustee iu In pharmaoy at Ann Arbor three years cret, and they have just elected a man busy getting Hickory Plains Sohool ago. Mr. Welch speaks in the high- named Roberts who has three womeu, e C. F. Hanson's place. " for house and premises in NEW LINE OF est terms of him aa a faithful and ve- to Congress. Tho christian people o( occupancy by the "Old Reliable," J. & N., it is said, will extend The L. ry efficient clerk and one whose place the uation are rising up to protest W. vanwiakle, who will move in on its linos into Clay county, aud tho vil- will be bard to fill. In his death we against tnts great scanuai. Monday, July 24. As Daniel Boone lage of Manchester will scon hear the lose a promising young man, oue who and his associates were pioneers and At the close of the sennou tho audi "Long Hunters" in the early settle whistle of the locomotive for tho first will bo greatly missed, for he waa alot Kentucky, so time. Engineers are now making a ways kind and generous, and friendly once votod to send a petition to Con mentwinkle, surviving is tue votoran pioneer in Ken a gress for suituble action against the Van and as soon as it is completed with all. The sorrowing friends and mormons, aud a memorial was prepar- tucky School History . Ho should be survey, work will be begun. The Una will relatives have the sympathy of all in ed and signed, to our member of Con- demoted and sent to the legislature, gress, asking his active service in this (close to the penitentiary,) as a fitting run from some point in Laurel coun- their beroavement. AT FARRIST0WN. rawaru tor nis aruuous iaoor. important cause. ty to Manchester. Brother Crawford has been severely afflicted with rheumatism for some time, and sometimes he is almost unable to walk. Last week he waa suffering from it and at tho same time discovered that ha had a hive of bees which needed to have the honey removed. He wont at it, and soon waa cured of his rheumatism, as he made tracks for the house at a 2:10 gait when a bee crept quietly up his trousers leg and carefully prodded him. A merry picuic of some of Paint Lick's best citizens was held lost Wednesday at Slate Lick. There were present: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wallace, the Misses Francis, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Guyn.'Mr. Walker Guyn, and his friends Messrs. McBride of Louisville, and Lowry of Nickolas-vills- , Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Echols, of South Carolina, Mrs. Wm. Anderson, Mrs. Robinson, Misses Fanny and Jennio Parks, Mr. James Ballard and Miss Ballard. Mr. Penniman'a party of excursionists started in good shape on Saturday. It inoluded the Chapmans who went last year, Col. Sprague and family, New York, Miss Semple and the Wilder, of Louisville, Mrs. Desha Bracken ridge and Miss Pettit of Lexington, Rev G. W. Stearns and Miaaea Red-Mel- d aud Freeborn of Massachusetts, Mr. Davis of Cincinnati, Mr. Bow- ens of Nsw Haven, Conn ., and others. They go as far east as Wise Co., Va. It is said that one or two men who had promistd horses for the Penni-ma- n excursion took advantage of his necessity at the last moment to put up tho price. Such conduct will surely react against a man and it will hurt all of us if Penniman is forcedto"give up these excursions or to have thorn start from some other point than Berea. The excursion yielded no profit last year, and is likely to bo little better thisyoar, but it is for tho good of this region to have the excursions made. They bring money here, and it ia a good thing to hare some folks from the cities make friends with our peo ple and learn about the beauties and the rosouroesof our mountains. The Mormons. Chief points in sermon by Rer. John D. Nuttinir. of Utah, in the Berea Church house, July 18. "wware of rl prophtu, which come la jru In ihMn'a clothing, but Inwardly the 7 are riven In wolrr. Matlhw 7' It, We shall all agree that right views about reliarion are verv imoortant. Af DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. ter living many years in Utah, where the majority of the people are mor- No Trouble to Sliow Gtooda d The Berea Monumental Co. Anything the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments JNO. HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky, PATENTS FHcf Slate Lick. GO TO Dentist, e, Berea, Kentucky. STREET n -- I sad-face- d ' I ! frnm::":t. n. "uZr ... 1 1 ' r?m7 u?r bURTON, The Photographer, SIJI'I-LIKS to-da- J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, Stone Brothers! ship-shap- Groceries & General Merchandise - REV. J. D NUTTING WILL EXPOSE THE FALSE DOCTRINES OF THE MORMONS, AT CONWAY, THURS- NIGHT, JULY 27 THE CITIZEN. T. Q. TASCO, Editor ind Usnsrer. KKNTUCKY. IIEREA, V't 4. : AA,?it A jfe fct Jfef rfcArir AAA AAA AA j Antonio and Gabrielle a shutter wns Hang open as me donkey cart rattled past. In the streets the gr.iy mist of the (en still lingered, but the sun wns strug gling through and the golden glowtsn houses gave promise of the a glorious day. The girl In the cart rubbed her ryes ns she raised her head from the blanket and smiled: "We will have a good day, retro," she d the r night's slumbers, though here and (here CHAPTEIl I. psALKItMO was not yet awake, cye 'were still henvy with Hit the street or dusting his wares. Gabrielle kept on her way until sip reached n little shop, where a pleasant' faced old man was taking down the gratings. As he caught sight of her he came down from the bench and kissed her on the cheek. "You arc early, Gabrielle," he said "I have come an hour before yon said so that I might help you, she answered And, taking off her straw bonnet, she began to lly about the place, changing this vase Into a new light and placing the little pieces of statuary along the shelves so that they would show to net ter advantage. She talked in a merry way as she moved about, and the old man smiled as hi: watched her. He was proud of this niece of his; proud of her pretty face, which always brought cus- ltut the girl bubbled over with hap' ninesj, She ttillTcd the damp air and be' gantoslng, I'etro scowled. Flnally.as they came upon n square and he drew iin to let the donkey stick his nose in the fountain, he said: "I will tro to the tavern, Gabrielle, You can walk to the plant. With that the girl jumped to the ground and took the basket he handed to her. Across the square she walked then down n narrow Mreet and, again turning, the boulevard, already decO' rated w ith flags and streamers, lay be foro her. .V few early arrivals like herself were there. Nenrly all were girls, and they, too, carried badcets. Here and there a man was stretching n gay awning ovtr all day. I'etro nodded, and hit the "donkey with the whip. It mattered little to him whether or not the sun shone, even If It were the day of raleriuo" street fnlr. Wine tasted ah well in the tnvcrn as under th trees, and he knew the don key could llnd the road back to Cnstlc inonte though the clouds poured rain said. Ia the tarern yard were many trees and in their ahndow they sat down, Doth were panting, but more from ex cltement than exertion. They said nothing foe a time, but listened to the men in the room they had just left They were quarreling. They cursed each other In angry tones, and finally the click of steel told the pair Under the trees that they were fighting. There was a cry of pain, an oath or two, and then from the tarern door the brawler ran, falling over each other in their drunken haste to escape from the place. Then all was still. The boy spoke after a little. "Shall we see what It Is?" he asked the girl. He took her hand and they walked to the door. There was no liv ing person there. The benches nnd tables were overturned; broken glasses were strewn over the floor, nnd In the center of the room upon his back nnd with the blood strenming from n dozen wounds lay I'etro. The girl begnn to sob. Her companion tried to comfort her. "It Is neless to cry," said he. "Come, I will take you home." CHAPTEn II. High on the hills nbore l'nlermo li Castlemonte. It Is n ruin now nnd no one has lived there since Marquis Bor- gain illecl, ten years ago. Hut at that time it wns the oldest nnd one of the grandest castles in Sicily. Travelers visited the plnce, ns they do yet. nut then the marquis was nlwnys there to receive them nnd to serve a great din II AND WRIT! HQ ON TAB WALL. International lanrfnr School t.easnn fnr Jolr t it.1, lSilT-a- MMI Test, Daniel Menmrr Varies, S. "OIVE ME ONE KISS." HE INSISTED. tomers to his chop, and prouder still of her love. As the morning progressed, the crowds began to gather in the plaza. 1 airday In Falermolsa gala event. Kvery man and woman puts on his and her best, bright with ribbons and decorated with flowers. They walk about in the morning, looking into the booths and eating bweetmeats. In the afternoon there are cock fights, and Punch and Judy shows and fencing bouts. Much wine Is drunk, and as evening comes on there are brawls and fights at the , tavern. This day was like all other fair days Hy nightfall the streets were full of roisterers. IJut Gabrielle did not hes itate to start out olone when Fetro failed to come after her. trom the tavern came shouts and songs, but she did not heed. Straight Into the drinking-rooshe went, and there, sure enough, was I'etro, sleepy Willi drink, but trying to keep his eyes open, so that he could pour more of the stuff down his throat. Gabrielle pulled him by the sleeve, lie looked at her In a dazed sort of way, but made no effort to rise from the table. "retro, It Is time we were starting," she said. "It is late, and it will take us three hours to travel the road In the dark." I'etro still stared vacantly. But the others at the table were not so stupid when they saw a pretty girl. One of them caught Gabrielle by the wrist, and, drawing her toward him, tried to kiss her. She screamed and struggled to break from Mm, but he held her. "Come, now, little one; give ne one kiss," he insisted. 'retro, help me," she cried. I'etro did not move. Hut from another corner pf the room came unexpected aid. A boy dressed like a goatherd rail up. In one hand was his whip, and with it lie struck the drunkard in the face. With a cry of rage, the fellow sprang up, releasing Gubrlelle's arm. The boy stepped aside as ho sprang at him, and, sticking his foot aut, tripped him so that he fell sprawling on the floor, A moment later the boy had seized the girl and they W? runnlnjr from he pluce. ner under the trees. It was to this place, upon whose lands her father wns n tenant, that Gabrielle and her cavnller came just ns day was breaking. No one was yet astlrand the girl showed the boy where to nut the donkey nnd enrt. Then hr followed her to her home, n cabin on the hillside There was excitement enouch when daarlelles parents learned what had happened, it wns useless to weep, for retro was not worth much. And here s.vmebody to take his place not so big and strong, perhaps, but he would grow. As Gabrielle said he had saved her and wanted him to remain, a nlace was given him nt the table and he was shown to Petro's bunk in the shed . 1 mus 11 was vnni .vmonio .Decs me a member of the household. After that he took the sheep out to their pasturage in ine morning and brought them bnck ns the sun wns fnlllng like a golden meteor into the .Mediterranean. The vineyards were not then reml to give out their harvest and Gabrielle had little to do. She used to wander oat upon the hillside, where Antonio wni watching and talk to him. It was benii' tlful there. For hours they would Ha on the grass and look up into the clear blue of the heavens or watch Mount Etna as the little line of black smoke curled through the air and finally van ishcI. .Many confidences were ex changed there, and Gabrielle promised the boy that when they were a few years older the priest in the chapel hould marry them and they would have a cottage of their own. Then there was a war and Italy waa filled with armies. It was not for long. but when it was all over there was much trouble caused by bands of men which Imd been organized in the war. Gabri- elle's father wns n member of one of these societies. He violated tome oath and was compelled to flee for his life. For many months he hid In the hills. occasionally visiting his family. One night he came to them and said he was going to America. He kissed them good-band started for a seaport town. That day bis body waa found alongside the road to Castle monte. He had been stabbed In tho back. Gabrielle and her mother did not remain in Sicily after that. Tha mother had relatives in this country, and four years ago she left her Italy and came to the United States. Anto nio, lonesome and waa left behind. 1 ..... y heart-broke- CHAPTER III. The other day a train from Chi cago brought a car into the Union station that was Ailed with emigrants. They were bound for New Orleans, and they had nearly four hours to wait be fore their train left. They spent tho time in the Midway, walking about or itting on their bundles. Shortly after Ix o'clock another train bearing emi grants rolled into the train shed. They mingled with the earlier arrivals, and many found old friends whom they had not seen for years. Near the baggage office, however, sat a young man who took no part In the conversation about him. He seemed to take no Interest in what was going on. Two women, one well along In life, the other many years younger, walked down the Midway. They looked at the emigrant who at apart from the others. He, bis attention attracted by their stopping, looked up. For a min ute there was no word spoken. Then, lth a glad cry, the young woman rushed tip to him and, flinging her arms around his neck, began to kiss him. People on the Midway stopped and wondered. They did not know that Gabrielle and Antonio had met again. It was not a long story to tell. Ga brielle went to Chicago with her mother when they arrived In this coun try. She wrote to her old borne, but none of her letters were ever answered nd she ceased to write. She and her mother, she said, had decided to go to her uncle's home In New Orlrans. "Then you are going away from ma so soon?" asked Antonio. "I suppose I must," said Gabrielle. "It is not necessary," answered he. I am going to Chicago. I have work there. You might go with me." Gabrielle looked down at the par jnent. "Yes, If you want me." Of course, the girl's mother objected, but Antonio finally won her consent, and she decided to return with tbem. And in the ,11st of marriage licenses Is sued in Chicago last Tuesday appear these namest Antonio Martini, J420 West Italvtead street; Gprtle CpsU, the plural, for emphasis, just as "mene" It means divided, but has the same consonants as Persians, and suggests them. "Thy kingdom Is divided:" Not divided Into two parts, but broken Into pieces, destroyed. 20. V. Bewnrded. II. Daniel "Clothed Daniel with scarlet:" The roy-a- l purple. 'Third ruler of the kingdom:" Klther, one of three; or, wore probably, next under Ilelshazzar, who s, wus the second, being his fother, the king over all. III. The Destruction of Babylon. Vs. 30, 31. "In that night was Ilelshaz"According- - to . slain:" zar Herodotus, Babylon Itself was besieged by Cyrus for months, and waa taken only by statagem. The Persian invader drained off the waters of the liter, nnd his nrmy, under the shelter of night, crept Into the city through the empty chnnnel." V. 31. "And Darius the Median took the kingdom:" No such person Is known in history, as a little while ago neither Snrgon nor the IUttltes were known. It has generally been held by conservative writers that he reigned under Cyrus for a time. Is doubled. Nab-onldu- Specially Adapted from rloutt'a Notes. GOLDEN TEXT. God Is tha Judie- .I'aa. 7J:7. HEAD Chspters 4 and I. AN OX ON TRIAL. LIGHT FROM OTIIEft BCniPTUnES- .The Judgment. Matt IS: Mark ll:l-iEz. II Ecrl. 114, 12U1: rtora. nererenrera. who kept a hirer. Profanenc.-Ma- tt. 13:11. !; the Third I knew an old farmer It ate a cteat deal but worked not a commandment. Capture of Uahjrlon. Isa, stroke: ; .;i-u.i-isi:.-as box, T1ME.-4- M C fllommet makes It US) Men put him In pound as aUntil Iron ayoke: neck hla; And placed Tne year tnai uabjlon waa taken hy Cr Thay fed Mm on his field of th beat of tho whole rut. WorM tears after our last lenon. corn. rLACE.-1'roha- bly In nabylon, on tha Euphrates. The book of Daniel dees not llut he rushed like th dell with the point of his horn. say where, and an Inscription on s tablet And oft from hla pound and hit keepers ipeaxs or mm sa twins; in A trail. h broke. THE JKWR. It was near the clote of the twenty years' captivity, sntl Just before th With a terrible rush, the pavement he'd return permuted by Cyrus. take. ItULEIlS.-Nabonld- us. Or sweep with hla horns th thick- th kin of IUbr lonla. nelthattar. hli eldest son. Cvrus. crowded street. tmperor of tha rerslans and tha Manda ot Alt barriers and fences to check him he'd Momaas, and the Medes, and afterward! break. or uaoyion. Ahd hood and run over whomever o'd meet. EXPLANATORY. Introductory. The new Habylonlan Ills nostrils were red with tho blood that he shed. empire was short lived, beginning with Ills pathway waa strewed with the dying and dead. the father of Nebuehad nezzar (It. C.42G). It rose In grandeur, From the thruit of hla horns or the trrsd or hl feet. pow er nnil exlent of dominion till Bnbv townsmen all spoke, Ion w as Inken by Cyrus (II. C. 138-0At Ot this horrible ox the keepers and victims, Of hi pound and hla the time of this lesson Nabonlduswa for orn. the king. We have learned lately from Horn said he was aafe for h wore a Ma roke. the stone tablets that he hnd a son, ucianazzar, oi wnom nothing wai And others said not because of his horn. known before. Ha wns the crown prince, nnd may well hnve been nctlng as king during his fathsr'a absence from the city nt this time, though h( is not called king on the tablets. Nellhet do they any that he wns the son (often equivalent to grandson In Hebrew) of Nebuchadnezzar (3:11): but there I nothing opposed to the view that Na bonldus, of nnother dyuntty, married the daughter of .Nebuchadnezzar, and thus Bclshazznr would be his grand son. Delshnrzar was but a youth of 14 or 10 years, rash, wild and giddy with his uncontrolled power. Secure In hi defenses, he made a great feast to a thousand of the nobles. He thought how he could enrich the splendor ol his feast by the sacred goblets and dishes of gold that Nebuchadnezzar had taken from the temple at Jerusalem The wickedness of this act consisted (1) In profaning these sacred utensils to base uses. (2) Increasing the Insult Th creature, some said, deaorred to ba by doing It at a feast to an Idol, thus kl led: should Implying that Ihc Idol was superior to Come a r sued, hla pound man the living God. (3) In doing It at an Andbuild. Instanced the market be made tor Immoral and drunken revel, thus insult' th corn. ing the moral law of God. spite of his yoke and his keepers 'twas Daniel Interpreting the Handwriting. In found, Vs. V. 17. "Let thy gifts be to Since the owner paid license and bought up the corn. thyself:" As a prophet of God he can' Tnat "respectable" men would open th not speak for money ornnr reward. pound. 18. "The most high God gave Nebuehad And let out the ox, with the terrible horn: nezzart" The true God is shown lobe If some would complain of terror and pain. And point to th victim the monster had over all nnd above all. It was not 151 slain. or Merodach, that controlled the affairs They wer laughed at as "crank" and of the world. Then Daniel repeats the hooted with scorn. story told in chap. 4. V. 22. "And thou A wise man, st last, with this wickedness . hast not humbled thine heart, vexed. from hla side pock-though," etc.: You have not sinned X volume, drew. through Ignorance, but have gone on In "Hear, townsmen," h ami J." "111 rad you a wicked course In spite of, in defiance a text. of, Cod a lessons of warning. V. 23. Which tells with the owner and ox what to do." up thyself:" Exalted "Hut hast lifted thyself ns If thou couldst defy and dls- He read, and th people with merciless stones obey with impunity "the Lord of hear. Crushed In the his boms and en, the God above all, over all, as hear his bones, rixhteously slew the too. en envelops the earth the God-all Then Jol Swarti, In National Advocate. that greatness and purity and goodness nnd power which Heaven symbolizes. "Vessels of His bouse: From the tem- STRONG DRINK IN HISTORY. ple of Bel, where they had been treasured up since the conqueror had carried A rielar That Shore the Chance Attltnd or Hamanlty Tsnarts them from Jerusalem. "Drunk wine in th l'a ml Alrnnnlle. them:" Drinking wine from the vea sets taken out ot Jehovah's, temple in Jerusalem was Intended as an Insult to In Grecian history we read that most striking epi his majesty. V. 2(. "Then was the part Xerxes left 01 of the hand sent:" Asa warning mes taph "that he was able to drink more sage. V. 2(1. "Mene; God hath num.' wine than any man In his dominions.' bered thy kingdom:" Counted out the Alexander the Great organized a drink' term allotted to it, which has now Ing contest, offered a prize to the man reached Its limit. Prof. Green. "And who could drink the most. Promachus finished it:" The days of its existence took theprlze, after drinking 14 quarts are counted out in full. "Mene is re' of wine, the other coming near to him; peated for the sake of emphasis. V. 27. bnt a cold wind springing up, the win"Tekel:" which means weighed (hence ner and 40 of his companions dirt be a shekel, which was originally a certain fore morning; and Alexander himself, weight), resembles a word which sign I whom our young fancies exalted as u fled "light," light of weight, like a coun sort ot demigod, UleU at 32, utter a terfclt coin. God had tested him, and drinking bout that lasted two days and he had failed. V. 28. "Peres" Is the two nights. singular, while upharsln Is the plural Home passed through a kcsslon of un of the same word with "u," equals bounded Intemperance lieforc its down "and." nreftxed. It Is riven in r. 25 In fall. We read of one man who , waa S 2:1-1- ::. i; a h!hr 17-2- well-wor- el - of .. WotJJoijUditmt, Drunkenness, revelry, and escesa lead to crimes which would never have been committed were the actors sober, There Is a handwriting of warning nnd of doom on the wall for every sinner. It may be invisible for a time, Ilka that kind of writing which Is In risible till brought to the Are, or touched with chemicals, but It Is writ-tu- n where bis eye shall sometime see It. All Irreverence in the house of God, ill punning and Jesting1 with sacred things, as tho Bible and hymns, all worldly use ot holy time and holy things, li iMd (9 the. l!a ot Bibiuiar, rilACTICAL. knighted under the name Trlcongiua Three-gallo- n man liccause ho had been able to drink 1'.' quarts of wine at a single draught. The intemperance of our Saxon uncestora, on mead and mttheglln, Is sulllcirntly indicated in such books as Kingstry's "Herewnrd;" and In Kngland drinking habits, from king and court down, were unheroal. Only the fact that intoxicating; drinks were very costly saved the common peo ple from ruinous debauchery; but in the century that brought thn Pilgrims to our shore the common people learned that alcohol could be mnde cheaply from grain; and in Switzerland, France nd Holland immense amounts of gin were poured out from mammoth dis tilleries, and the nation, which had moderated its drinking under Crom well, went back to more than Its for mer excesses under the Dutch N illlam; and in his reign the production of gin was stimulated as an encouragement to agriculture. The effects were so disastrous as to give pause to all thoughtful people. The price of this Intoxicant was ridicu lously low, and shops could be seen in Loudon placarded: "Drunk for a pen ny; dead drunk for twopence; clean straw for nothing." Previously people had used beer, which was less destruc tive; but now parliament became alarmed, and parliament passed a law In 173S prohibiting the use of gin. The law was so unpopular that It tested to b enforced after two or three rear, and at the end of seven was ma terially modified, While the lower classes were thua being ruined by gin Making, an MhimL equal biroo waa btlBt'effecied aneBjr the aristocracy , V strong winis from rortug-ai- that early In the last century were admitted under such tariff regulations as "Do Not Grasp &t the to be comparatively cheap. The taste Shadow and for these spread rapidly, and the letLose the Substance." ters and diaries of the time present picMxny ptcnU Are bat j Wowi of thtlr tures ot revolting dissipation among formtr ithts. due to ntglect of htlth. governing class. the Look oat (or the blood, the founUln of Drunkenness was the lift, the Jtchitt subiUnctl kttpthAtpvrt condition, and the man who could "carby rtffuUr use of Hood's SirsjpAtlltA ry" the largest amount of port wns the And robust hiilth will be the result. man ot mark nnd won the plaudits of Be sure to get only Hood s, btctuse ifdmlrntlnn. The most brilliant of English statesmen were Incapacitated or died at 35 or 40. The better habits of y hare much to do with the lengthened Uvea of such mtn ns Brougham, Paltnerslnn and Gladstone. No doubt the national health was Impaired by FISH IN THE SNOWBANKS. the national hnbtt of dissipation. Bead the novels of the last century nnd sea A Moat I'nliin lint Welcome 8rl ( how the feast was not thought to hare aaonsllii Among ftor lieen worthily appreciated till n man miUa sioanlalas. had drunk his three bottles and waa A snow avalanche with very unusual snoring In beastly unconsciousness unresults Is reported from Norway. It der the table. Independent. ava the people of Chrlstlnulu something to tnlk nlmut fur n week. The FEMALE TIPPLERS. unique phenomenon occurred among tha low muiintnltis bnck of llie capital An Alarmlnsi ftrawth t Ilrnnkrnar eu March 13. There had been no exAnin the Women ( traordinary fall of snow, and then cume France. a big thnw, which melted a great deal The progress ot drunkenness In ot the Ice In the llttla l.llledal river. A France Is provoking something like dis- very large number of flsh had (heir may ntnong nil persons Interestf d In tha borne In this slretim, and wlint hop. welfare of the population, t'nlll com- pened to them Is the unusual feature ot paratively recently the French lower this svalstiche, snys tha New York Sun. classes drank nothing but wine; or, in In the night a lurge hum of snow on the northern provinces, beer and cider. thn hills on one shin of tlin stream Of lnte years, however, the consump- slipped from the slnennd glided with tion of cheap and bad alcohol has in- gTrat velocity down Into the river. Tha creased to such an extent as to lecoiiie face of the avalanche was nbout a mile n very serious dsnger to the health of In length, ami for Hint ill si mice It slid the community. Intemperance Is par- Into the river, not shoring the rlvrr ben ticularly rampant In Normandy and with the water, but violently ejecting Brlttnny. A Bourn phjslclsn. Dr. the stream and the fish living In It, The force of that concussion must Brunnn, has Juat published a pamphlet on the subject, which shows Iho evil hsv been very great, for the wnternnd flsh were htirlrt) hunt! red of fret. Next to be even worse than was supposed. The special object of Dr. llrunon'a morning thn people were very much investigations has been drunkenness surprised to find, high on theslors of In Normandy many the hills bordering the other side of thn Mtnong women. things hnve. come to such n pass that valley, a great number of llsh scattered the women drink even more than the over thn snow. For some day there men, although the latter are the most was a most unusual sort of flshlpg In Inveterate topers In France. This stale progress. Men, women and children were floundering sIkiu! In the snow of things. In the opinion of Dr. is due In a large measure to the gathering the llsh In bnskrla, nnd tho exceptional facilities the women hava people living along the valley had all for obtaining drink. They have no nectl the flsh they .could eat without bolting to go to the enfrs or marrhands de vln a hook. the temptation awaits them at every NOT A FAIR TEST. turn and corner, for as there are no licensing laws In France, the grocers, Ymw Ike Victim nf Itnbtea tiled frnm green grocers, coal merchant and th Treatment mm iba have adopted the other shopkeeper fifth llsy. practice of selling Intoxicating drink. The servants and other wumrti who They nero talking almut hydrophomake their purchases in their establish bia and rsblca. Una of the Kirty wns a mentsj make their visits the excuse for Philadelphia physician, a glass, which is often given them by says the Chicago I'venlng Net's. He listhe shopkeeer with a view to securing tened quietly lo the quasi scientific thetheir custom. Dr. Brunon declarer ories of the others, nnd when they had that a cook who does not drink to ex quite finished, our. of them sold: cess is almost unknown In Normandy, "What have you gut to any about It, and be cites the most extraordinary doclor?" cases of young girls of 20 and under w ho "Well," he said, thoughtfully, "I are already habitual drunkards. In one would not exactly like to uiy what my Instance which he relates the cook was opinion I. I might be tuisrrportrd; methodical enough to keep an account but I will tell you, if you like, how tha of her drinks, which was found by her disease wss treated 100ur200ycnrsngu. mistress, who had several times found At that tlma hydrophobia. Its common her unconscious In the kitchen. The with every other obsruru disease, wss woman was In the habit of taking from thought tu bo the work of n devil, and 12 to 16 glasses of alcohol In the course all sorts of queer tricks were rrsortrd ot the day. to to drive him out. Tticrn Is on record Among the working classes the necase which occurred at Colchester, In cessities of life may be lacking, but Kngland. It was a woman who bad there. Is always money enough to pro been bitten by a rabid dog. The cur cognac was killed, of course, nud th treatcure cognac, or rather The bottle remains on the tsbla ment of the woman wasln keeping with throughout the day, and while the hus- the period. Sho waa placed in a bath band Is away at his work the wife emp- of tepid wster tip to hvr neck ties it in repealed small doses. The and ducked seteh times, each time bework girls of the great Normandy linen ing kept under so long ns she could hold factories indulge three times a day In her brealh. This wns to be rrpcntrd what they call an "all together" (un every seven hours for seven dnys, she tout ensemble), consisting ot a very being frd on milk only during the treatlittle coffee and n great deal of bad ment. Unfnrtutinlrly, she died uu tha brandy. In the small towns, and even fifth day, but the doctor gravely reIn the villages, things are no better. marked that It wns a pity, for If she Dr. Brunon cites a hamlet In the Vescln bad held nut two dayn longer she would where the street In which the grocer's have been cured. And that Is probably ' shop Is found Is called Dram street (Hue true." de la Flole.) liecnuso It Is recognized that none of the women of ihc place ever visit the shop without consuming Miss her petit vcrre. In the coast towns ot LETTER TO MRS. PINKHAM. Normandy the women imish their time drinking what they term, on account of Its cost, "treizesous" that Is, n mix(ittTis to msi. tixxniu so. t.nu ture composed of one sou's worth of sugar, two sous' worth of coffee, and "Icunnot cxprcsn my gratltudu to you for tha good thnt Lydla I). Pink-h- o ten sous' worth of brandy. Dr. 't iii'h Vcgetahla Compound hn.n ilono Investigations merely corroborate those of previous Inquiries. Paris forme. I havo taken llvo Iwittlcauf tho Compound and two boxcMof Liver Cor. Pall Mall Gazette. Pills and feel hotter In crcry respect. NOTES OF REFORM. I had suffered for years with dropxy; the veins in my limbs burst, caused Take no thought for the morrow does from the pressure of the water. I had not mean that you shall destroy the In the worst kind of kidney trouble, fainttellect with whisky. Sling. ing spoil, nnd I could not stand long Sixty thousand tons of corks ae used at a tlme. I 1m had female weakness each year for the bottled beer sold and and tho doctor bald thcro was tumor drank by the people of Kngland. in my l;ft side. Tho pains I hud to The temiiernncc. people of Bltniing- - atand vera something dreadful. A hum, Ala., have by agitation compelled friend handed mo a little book of yours, the saloons to close on bundaj s. lver. so I got your mod kino and It hni saved The old false and foolish notion that my life. I felt better from tho first lager beer Is a comparatively harmless bottle. The bloating ami tho tumors have all gone und I do not suffer nny drluk has been effectually exploded.-- pain. I am still using tho Vegetable Christian Work. It Is stated that the banks in Kansas Compound nnd ho'm others may find have been larger deposits in proportion relief as I have done from Itn um)." to population than any other state In Miss N. J, Lociuikaiit, Box 10, L'uza-detu- , Pa. the union except llalne. Kansas and Maine are prohibition states. Ouly the women who horo sulTorcd Temperance resolutions count for nothing; some ot tha most ringing ex- with female troubles can fully appro-clatthe gratitude ot thoo who have pressions against low down drunken ness have come from liquor orgunlza' been restored to health, Mrs. Plnkhntn responds quickly and Hons. Wayne County (,0.) Herald. wlthoiitchargotoull letters fromsutTer-in- g The Chicago 'Irlbune, having kept women. HoruddrvslaLynu,Mas3. record of crime for ten years, declares that the saloon business ot the United TUB JUDGUS Ol' Slate Is directly chargeable with a total of 03,430 murders between 1888 and land-ownin- g to-daUrn-non, well-know- Lockheart's Bru-non- o to exclude liquor deal- era from church membership haa been atarted in Louisville, Ky., by Iter. T. T, Eaton, D. D., pastor ot omi ot tha wealthiest churches In that city, reso lutions were passed urging then to give up their business, and allowing one year In which to obaiulon It ir learj mo cnurco, 1699. A movement aOl t CARTERS INK T -- J ... .t. T u inaa niurc iciuauKi,, Whyf uteri 01at... say other. Till UliSTI Costs YOU n mors than th poorest I v44)4i mrM1 Mil, irc. . CASHIER'S HEAVY SHORTAGE. Hlrfdtasax County GERMAN FLAG TORN DOWN, 3 HIS BATH NOT A SUCCESS. tlelng fa to Harry He Tako OS Ilia trader- - 4' BIS LITTLE BUNDLE, It Wasn't A ti. J., Mallesrf Out of Otir a llan tired Thousand Dalian Nkw Yonic, July 15.-0- fore llsaa, of rsrlh Ambsy, It Mat July , Hoisted (Iter a Honolulu Hold 4 tlestrnyod by American May Arise. Irol rlotbea. Moeh In "lap lint (he Vala of II Astonished Ibe Hotel Clerk. smooth-shave- An Outing Hint from "Outing." ,i,U'lpV- - nil', iii.r IVMi Mir, BUrviul carefully eovcrned, one need not wonder at the great popularity of the New York four-trac- II os la Reach Two Famous rteaorts. M. Vt-en- tine, cashier of the Middlesex cotin XrhtnU of I'erth Ambay, N. J., which w closed Friday, ltaa surrendered hlmielf, and li now In jail on Account of a ahortape In the bank's fundi, which ha been variously estimated all the way to 3103,000. The affair cauaed consternation among the business men of I'erth Amboy, where the Middlesex bank itm considered aa strong at the eternal hills. n So did the rctldcnti of I'erth Am boy become when it wai learned that the Middlesex bank had failed to open for business as usual Friday morning, that crowds surrounded the Perth Am boy savings What made the run on the wrings bank appear all the more serious wasthn fact that the ofllcersof the Middlesex bank and the ofllcersof the I'erth A in boy sarlnga Institution are Identical, the business of both banks being transacted orer the same counter. Though It became necessary to call o for the aid of the police for the of maintaining order, U. R W'at-tothe president of both banks, says that the funds of the I'erth Am boy sarlnps Institution were not touched, that the 1300,000 deposited to the account of the savings Institution Is absolutely sat and that no matter how badly the Middlesex bank has been wrecked the savings bank will be able to meet all demands made upon It by the depositor. These words of assurance from the ofllcersof the savings bank had the effect of checking the run on this bank during the afterpanlo-atrlckepur-pos- Iloxotrt.u, July 7, via Victoria, ILC, July 15. There was a flag incident here on the Fourth of July which promises to tie made an International episode. Carl Klemme, tho proprietor of the Orphcum hotel, gaily decorated his building in American colors, hoisted the Americnn flag over It and under the American Hag the German flag. Later a friend of hla wanted to use an American flag, and Klcmtno good loaned him hla, leaving the Herman Hag floating alone from the flag staff. J. II. West saw It, and ordered Klemme to haul It down. There had been III will between the two men and Klemme refused to take orders from hi enemy. West thereupon gathered a lot of soldiers from e, 'Sherman transport and flag them the Herman floating on the 4th of July In American territory. The soldiers at once proceeded tu the roof, tore down the (Icrman flag and destroyed It, and put Into Its place some red, white and blue bunting torn from the other deco Went was rations of the build ngs. Friday flncjl, 8100 In the police court for malicious mischief and the German consul general will mako a report of the matter to his government. the ahowed It terms her husband had hern out vrrv lit celebrating, and as he came home (n the rosa (lush of the morning he thought It would he s raplttl Mrs to tak a bath before getting into bd. First of all and most important it would eontrtdirt any wrong impression at to his condition, at his wife lonirltmes had wrong impressions when he bad been out late at night. Women ate so lustiirious. So lie went boldly to the bathroom and was toon splashing around as gajly ss a Canary. In fact, ht created such an unusual commotion that hit wife woke up tnd went to tee what wai the matter. Suddenly he taw her gating through the door with a look to cold and contemptuous that it ttruck a rhill to hit very heart, Hut he made a dive for the aoap ind went on industriously with hit ablutions. "What are yo-- j doing there, Teler?" the itked him. He made the effort of hit life to appear debonair and perfectly aobe r. "Can't you tee what I am doing, my dear?" he answered, with another prodigiout iirtash. "I'm taking a bath." "Don't you think it would be a good idea for you to take off your underclothes?" the asked him, with a frozen reflection, aa the pasted out of sight. Chicago Inter Ocean. A NEW JERSEY NEGRO COLONY. A Srhtmo to lUtabllsh On, al at Oak drove Assamlas; Tow rrm-A- n Will II IIbIIU noon. A by ('resident Watson and Robert N'. the cashier's father, showed detailed Investigation of matters Vat-rntln- e, Wabiiinotox, July 15. It Is said at NiJrrvl t mtxnl Corn N'u. it r'i the department of Justice that If tho tutu-N- o. 5 u ft) ti Hyr Nu. : ti. Choctaw Indian authorities refused to HAY Prime to Choice "II "0 recognize a writ of habeas corpus l'ltOVlSloNS Mess pork .... O 1) l.ard regularly Issued by a judge of tho fed 1IUTTKH Choice dslry O II Prima eral court in the case of the Indian APl'LKS-Chol- ceto choicetocreamery.. 2 J s J 00 fancy..... I Ti Walla Tonka, who waa executed In tho rOTATOKS-Ne- w. I SO per brl CHICAGO. Indian Territory Thursday, the judge I TI s i TJ has the right to punish the offenders FI.OUU- - Winter ratent Q T4! t'tf N for contempt of court. Tho depart 1'OUN-Na-v S Chicago sprint SIiS Jilt incntof justice however, has no juris 2IK' ft tt l! diction in the matter as It now stands KOWC-M- r.s Vi fi I.AliD-Hlcand whether the federal judge will JJKVV YOUtt prosecute tho Indians for contempt Is FLOUtt-Wln- ter psiernt 35 W 4 0J TVS WIIKA1 No. i red a matter clearly wltlilu his discretion. CO N No.iinUe.1 40k u Ms W ltYR 3.1 OAT&-- M To right tho Wall fapor Trust. xrd it 9 AO BOO (J (Sharp. FiTTenunoii, Fa., July 15. The Pitts- l'OHK N'jwmeas burgh Wall l'aper Co, will have In opDALTIMpHK. LUaU CoL Smith Mead. 1'l.ont-yam- uy 41 3 o St. Louis, Julv 15. Lieut. CoL Smith, eration at New Ilrlghton, I ,, by Sep- lMAIK-trhe- .it T 54 TI ii Nd. : red,,.. TO In chargo of tho IT, 8. quartermas- tember 1 one of the largcat wall paper Southern,..., t ft Z 'i ft hla home plants In the world. The company has Oats- - No.:wolte ' ter's department here, died at , II l siH S bTit lire Thursday night Except for his house- been organized to fight the Continental CATTLK- -Na i western 4 t) (i I HI f'Irslquulllr keeper nobody else was In the house, Wall l'aper Co., tho wall paper trust, HtXls Western 4W U4&J INDIANAPOLIS. Ills wife being absent In Arizona visit- The plant will be capable of making No.S a 71 120,000,000 yards of wall paper yearly. Ult.UN-Whe- st, Na 2 mlied red ing a married daughter. ,, it Sl'i 8ocu. , 3 mlied u tf liars sail Seodt Uurusd. rami Hands KUUd by Llfhtalof. I.OUISVIM.H KIAJUlt-Wln- ter potent Eatox, 0., July 15. Flro destroyed UUAIN-Wh- iat t J 75 O 4 00 111., July 15. Day Wlen-gIianvili., No red,... rt TO and Otto Fisher, farm hands, were tho barn and wagon shed of Authony Corn Mlieil .... , a 84 , Mixed Uat Instantly killed by lightning Friday Yoaat, a farmer living near Camden. I'OltK !! 53 U 15 afternoon on the farm of E. II, Frank-e- Five buggies and a wagon, ono horse, at St, Joe. They had taken refuge all harncssea aud agricultural Implefrom the storm in a barn. David Fisher ments wero, lost. Loss 81,500, partly Insured, also was stunned, but will recover. TU -- sailed for more monoy than the stubs recorded, and thst while taking the stub as the basis of accounting, the bank's finances would figure all right, the checks would show that the bank had been drawing heavily on Us New York correspondent, the I'ark national bmk. The cashier in fact carried tho accounts on the stubs and frou them to the books correctly, but when the returns from the cashier's checks came he pocketed the difference lietween the stub and the check. Four or five months of this method of financiering depleted the bsnk's reserve moneys a'nd brought It to the verge of ruin. Then tht cashier evidently secured a portion of the ready cash on hand and left I'erth A in boy. Thursday night thedcterratnatlon to close the bank was reached and Mr. Watson notified Chief of l'ollce Hurke and asked him to locate tho missing cashier. Valentine, who had been In y New York city, returned to I'erth from Woodbridge accompanied by his counsel, Edward Savage. Ho declined to go Into detalla about the shortage except to say thai he was very sorry that he had got hla friends Into trouble and felt very bad about his wife and children. President Watson Is of the opinion that tho cashier's defalcation will amount to at least $123,000. Where the mouey went la unknown, as the cashier Is said to have been moderate in taste and habits of life. The Middlesex county bank was under a state charter and had been In operation many years. Cashier Valentine was for years a clerk In the l'ark national bank of New York. In 1S93 he was made cashier of the Middlesex bank. Ills bond was fixed for $30,000. Ills relatives aro wealthy and It Is said they will try to mskc good the shortage. Saw Yoiik, July 15. Tho l'ark national bank, of this city, has obtained an attachment In the supreme court fur J31.50S against the Middlesex coun5 ty bank, of I'erth Amboy, N. J., on overdrafts, and 81.302 due on colleutlpns. The attachment was granted by Justice Stover, of the supreme court. Deputy Sheriff McGuIro attached mining stocks and bonds belonging to the bank at the ofllce of the l'ark national bank. Two Lyarhlngs la Ttiat. Ilovsrox, Tex., July 15. Specials to the I'ost tell of twolynchlnga In Texaa Friday. Abe Ilrown, a Negro, who murdered and outraged a Ilohemlan woman Monday, was shot to death near (Ulead, and an unknown Negro was lynched near Iola, Urlmes county, for murdering a whito boy, Lemuel Am-bo$30,-S0- that the cashier's checks and stubs Jlil not correspond; that the check New YortK. July 13. A scheme to establish a Negro colony at Oak Orove, near Flemlngton, N. J., la assuming form. The farm of former Sheriff W, Howard Lake has been selected as the site. Maps have been prepared on a large scale by competent engineers providing for every need of a thor oughly up to date town. These plans contemplate a big shoe factory on tho plan and tho running of a branch of the Lehigh Valley railroad Into the town. Part of a largo grove hat been set aside A large as a camp meeting ground. number of the best known col ored . people of tho state, Including many preachers and a colored lllshop, have Investigated the project and given substantial aid. A tract of land has been given, It is said, to Henry C Smith, of the Christian Na llonal Industrial and Mutual Order of New York, for an Industrial school, and steps are to be taken at onco for the erection of a building. A Latin professor was explaining the of our word "ostracise" to his class in a local academy the other day. He told :ho story of the early Roman republics and Jie scheming of the politicians of the times. He related how, when any man in the republic became obnoxious to nit neighbors, they used to write bit name on an jyater the!! (Latin oatreum, shell), and on the receipt of a specified number by the tonaula that man wat banished, killed or itherwlxc removed in some one of those plessant ways the old Homsnt hsd. When be had finished his explanation he said: "Now, the boy here In the front real, a hat dil we derive from the old Latin use of the shell, which wat called ottreum!" The answer he eipected wat far from what he got, for the little student with ipectacles in the front seat arose and delivered himself thus: "From the Roman habit of using shells to get the best of people we derive the present Coney Island shell game, which it i fascinating and costly iport." Ilrooklyn Timet. n Atarlllnar Answer. Iteeocalaed Ilia Own Tablecloth. The head of one of the largest dry goods oum--s In Chicago noticed one dsr recently in passing through hia linen department a particularly beautiful table cloth. He topped to admire the texture of the linen ind remarked to the rlerk in charge of the counter that the cloth teemed tomm the handsomest Uiey had ever had in stock. Next day he noticed that the beautiful cloth was not in the show case and wat told by the clerk that it bad been told. On the evening of the same day he dined at the house of a friend, who ia prominent in locial affiirs. 1'assina- throuih Hip linen department on the third morning lie saw tne splendid taMecIoth again hanging in (he show case. "I thought that clot'i was sold," he said to the clerk. "It was, .ir, but it wsj returned this morning rot 'satisfactory." "I am ,surpncd at th.il." wat inr answer, tor I ntna on mat e ntn last night anil beard no faut found with it." Detroit Free Press. - The One Kseepllnn. He To hear you tell it. one would lliink ( never told a single truth before we were married. She Well, you did prevaricate to a considers blr extent, but I'll give you credit for having told me the truth once. "Indeed! And when was that, pray 1" " hen you proposed. Don't jou remember you said you were unworthy of me!" Chicago Evening News. BIG ESTATE Tho Lawyers ALMOST GONE. foot and tho Court Coats Araooalod to Nearly Two Million Dollars. IlurrALo, N, Y., July 15. It becamo known through papers filed In tho supremo court here Friday that of the estate of Koswell 8. llurrows, who died 15 years ago, but $100,00 remains. 's The property at the time of Mrs. death was worth TM, KW,000 and has not since depreciated In value, but has passed into the hands of the law' yera who have been suing the estate on behalf of clients who claimed owed llurrows that them 'money on loans. None of the suits have been decided, but costs and lawyers' fees have eaten up over of tho estate This fact came to light Friday when the referee ap pointed In ono of these cases filed his report, which alleges that the money Is practically all gone, nud also that a son of llurrows has drawn 830,000 more than his iharo of his father's prop; Ilur-row- Comparing Kotea. "My husband." said the little lady, with pardonable pride, "bought me a season teat theater in the city." in the higheat-pnee"A mere trifle," siehed the imposing caller. "My husband bought a teat in the United Statea senate and it cost more than the whole theater you're talking about." Detroit Free Treat. No employer It doing the right thing by his employe, according to the employe a friends. Atchiton Globe. No man should lie hopeless so long ss he has two good, honest friends his hands. Ii. A. W. llulletin. man, with straw hat pushed back from hit forehead, registered from an adjoining parish at the Umnewald one evening and laid a package nn the counter. The package was about the size of an unabridged dictionary and wat wrapped up in an old newspaper that bore the stains of travel. It wss tied with a piece of whits cotton ttrin. "I wish you would take care of this little bundle for me overnight," said the stranger, "All right, air," replied the cktk, and, reaching for the receipt book, proceeded to fill out a blank. "What's the value?" he asked, mechanically. "Sixty-livthousand dollart," the man in an tone. "What!" gasped the clerk, hit pen averted in midair and hia eyet at round at cart wheels. "Sixty-fivthousand," repeated the guest; "and, by the way, I guess I'll Just seal up that wrapping. It teems about to fall off." He opened the ntper and disclosed a rectangular block of $10 bills, jiacked aa tight at tardinet. Theye were nearly all well worn, but nevertheless the grimy mass looked strongly tempting. Ita tremendous potenInference. tiality drove a spur into the imagination of Barnes Tormcr He who entertains the the dullest chap in the corridor, and every- fickle public, sir, Icadt a dog's life. body began to tell what he would do if lie Stranicr You don't mean in trlt itm rnti were rich. Meanwhile the are the barker for the show? Indlananolit man readjusted the rover, secured it with Journal. wax, pocketed hia receipt and walked off. He waa a country banker bringing a deposit Unlveraltr of Notre Dame. to his local correspondent. N. O. We call attention of our readers to the advertisement of Notre Dame University, Notre Dame. Indiana, one ol tne great eduCo a Id Itemember Home Tiilnire. cational institutions of the West, which apTraveling Missionary And how many pears in soother column of this paper. children have you, Mr. llurdockf Those of our readers who may have occafarmer llurdock (doubtfully) Well, sion to look up a college for their tons during now, 1 dunno. There's Dick and John and the toming year would do well to correspond Kate wife, how many children are there with the l'residcnt who will send them a catalogue free of charge, as well aa all par around hereT His Wife Nine: five boys and fourgirlt. ticulars regarding terms, courses ol studies, Traveling Missionary A fine family and etc. a fine farm, Mr. llurdock. You keep stock, There is a thorough preparatory school I presume! In connection with the University in which got L3 students of all grades will have every oppor yet; I've Farmer Ilurdock-O- h, head of Jersey cattle, 5S9 sheep and 91 hogs. tunity of preparing themselves lor higher -- N. Y. World. studies. The Commercial Course intended for young men preparing for business may be finished in one or two years according to Cnrloaa Cnatom. the ability of the student. St. Kdward't dinIn China It is the custom for gueti at ners to run around between tbecourses. This hall, for boys under thirteen, it an unique The higher it supposed to keep the diner's digestion in department of the institution. respect and but the nervous hustling courses are thorough in every 5ood condition, something ehe, and there is students will find every opportunity of perneeds fecting themselves in any line of work they nothing better than Hostetter'a Stomach Thoroughness in Hitters. If .a man or woman ia suffering may choose to select. exactness in the care of students, with constipation, indigestion or any stomdevotion to the best interests of all, are ach trouble, it's their fault if they don't get and well. Hostetter'a Stomach Hitters will cure the distinguishing characteristics of Notre them. See that a private Revenue Stamp Dame University. Fifty-fivyears of active work in the covert the neck of the bottle. cause of education have made this institution famout all over the country. Asvalnst fllnnp;. "This slang Is very annoying," said the She Carried Him Off. solemn gentleman.. "You remember that Huntley Funny thing, that elopement of time my hou.e was entered by a burglar? Mist I.ongwaite and youn Snipper. Well, I jelled 'robliers' with all my might, Author Klopement? ' That was an and the oile thought I was yelling 'rub-liePhiladelphia North American. y any attention." and refuted to Indianapolis Journal. Tbe Beat Prescription for CUIUa. and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless I.adlre Can W(r Khen Chill Toxic It Is simply Iron and quinine In One size smaller artT using Allen's a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Pricc,GOc a powder for tho fret. It makes tight or now- -slion rsv. Cures swollen, hot. A Michigan man has been telling "How to . ' ..LI Enjoy. Country Life." It's easy. Let the nnd bunions. At all drugtrista and shoo other fellows owe the amount of the mortstores, "iv. Trial pacliaio hikk uv man. gages. Augusta (Ga.) Herald. Address Allen H. Olmsted, Le Uoy, r. x. Don't forget if you use Putnam Fadeless .MOrill I.TMJI.II1K lliiu. ...tuivu, Dyes you don't have to send for a package what's a mixrd metaphor!" Pa "It's a new for wool and one for cotton. Each package k one on me. i n ssk my uarirnucr wmcolors all fibers. UOWn town. 1 niiaueiimia .wiui kimw- can. The only people who have any excuse for having the big head are those who have a Cold la Oao liar T. Hromo QuiulueTiiblcts. All never had it. N. Y. Journal. Tako druggists rotund money If it falls to euro. to. Piso'a Cure cured me of a Throat and E. She "I'm sure I've cast my bread on the I.ung trouble of three years' atanding. t see water many a time, snu I Hon lirp.nl any re Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 18SM. U'nilld en., iu!ls. He "No; I A fellow with a nice string of came very sink, dear.' tonkers Matesmtn. rarelv comes into town by a back alley. Washington (Ia.) Democrat. She "I wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth." He "aou wouldn t Hall's Catarrh Core get a chance. I'd surely have my pick then. Philadelphia llulletin. It a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. quiet-lookin- a e smooth-shsve- e central, no otner una auorut turn item-tit- s for through trsrel between the Kast and sys the West al this wonderful tem. In the possession of llie UrandleMrat Station, located in the heart of Htw York City, and within trilling diilancet of all hotels, thit railway o fieri greater advantages than competing lines. Spring, summer, autumn and winter, it hat attractions irresistible. The great Northern Wilderness, the playground of the State, now beckons lta thousands. At autumn (alls. America'a scenic masterpiece, Niagara, will claim its annual host of with its mairstic tiower. the fierce turmoil of the Whirlpool and all the pic turesque surroundings, me awesome wave oi the winds and several other minor attrac tions of the vicinity. And when winter comes, tnen tne entire scene iransiormra a what seemt a fairyland of marvcloua frost ttrnitincs. of lev forts and snowv nalaces! of gleaming crystal prison barriers vainly striving to bind the roaring, foaming plunge of water will present a spectacle of weird, mysterious beauty which is not duplicated in me worm uuting. first-clas- s How la this? Perhaps sleepiest nights caused it, or grief, or sickness, or perhaps It was care. No matter what the cause, you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. smooth-shave- t. - Vigor increases the circulation In tile scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies miss-in- g elements to the hair bulbs. Used according to directions, gray hair begins to show color in a few days. Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early life returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly send It to you. class-wor- Wrlto as benefits you expected from the Vigor, write the doctor about it. He may be able to suggest something of valuo to you. Address, Dr. J..C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. If you do not obtain all the e r' Foot-Ras- e, I Oklahoma JB S ! ilttprc linn put $ I Opportunities :p rS !e : e 5 5 -- 5 1. To thoso who desire new lands and homes; also uusurpaetl chances for industrial inTcstmenta by capi-tallsts and manufacturers. inciuae Its Farm Products in 25.0X1,000 bushels of wheat. lKtyJCO cotton, and millions of dol- lair J of larsworthof other ETains,fnilts,elc fiend for free copy of pamphlst ." entitled "The Truth About At staled times low rate Homeseekers' Excursion tickets are sold vta banu re Kotue lo umanoma. Olrlcs, Addrris Oens rsl Ike Atchison, Tope la & Saata re Railway, is rsslif' CHICAGO. WHISKERS DYED A Natural Blaok by Buckingham's Dye. ritca M It it surprising bow many worthless men get into good positions, but they rarely ever bold them. Washington (Is.) Democrat. Some fathers never tee thir daughters on pay day. Atchison Ulobe. cent, of all dnii.ta or It. r. I Nashua, M.U. 11 On, For xuunts ana utuiaren In Use For EDUCATIONAL. THE MARKETS. LIVESTOCK -- Cattle.rommoal S TO Select butchers. PAI.VKS-K- alr to goal llzht.. 1IOOS Coar Jo and heavy l.lirht shippers SlIKKl'-C'hoic- e.. L.AMII -- Spring riAlUU-Wln- ter IJIIAIN-Wh- eat "ty. FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT. Chottiw Indian Authorities Tf ho Itafntod to It of of nlit n Faderal Jndfa'a Writ of Habeas Corpns In Trouble. ClXCIKXATI. July Mixed packer. ft 4 Win T SV t IV 4 10 No. t stent i tt IN 6 it S 4 SS 4 HI" (ft 4l 3 tt kt i Ul I 30 TO W -- f ' ft Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought MUHAV COMPANY. TT TfUtT, HtW TO CITT red.... M W it 6) THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTttti DAA1B, INDIANA. Classics, Letters, economics and History, Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law, Civil, Mechanical and electrical L'ntlnecrlnr. Architecture. Preparatory and Commercial Thorough Courses. Kcclesiastlcal students at sprclal rates. Room Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate Courses. Rooms to Kent, moderate charge, St. Edward's hall, for boys under U. The 56th Year will open September slh, 1890, Catalogues Tree. Address HljV. A. MORRISSHY.CS.C. President. f SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT WINCHESTER Rifles, Repeating: Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 pane Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., ISO WINCHESTER AVE,, NEW HAVEN, CONN, OAT.--Na- .S am NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prruarrs lor OoTernment Afadiroles and fiDlleirrs. A. Major II. HYATT. I'ullConimerclal Course. 1.KIIANON, K. 11, H. M, rrlncli'al. Writ I' K.- -B 1760 IVKITIMl TO AllVERTISKBa pltu.e alate IhaS you saw the Advcrtlsa ent In this paper. A. N. I.AKO-Vester- n., tHl VIIi:.V Aids Diction, -- Regulates tbe Bowels, Makes Teething Easy. TEETH1NA Relieves Age, TEETHING POWDERS tbe Bowel Troubles of er (r Uaatkcft BydrortUUmaUOJctaUtoO. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST.. LOUIS, MO. ?SJ?SSit n, LAUU-rblC- U Murderer Ktecule.l (Jor(0 Dlion Kaealsad lb Decision. Kaitmak, 0a July 15. Will Wilson, July 15. (leorge Dixon, the colored featherweight, got the de- colored, waa hanged here Friday for cision Id is six round bout. over Eddie tie murder of Marshal Osboru, of He dented any comBantryvf" a local 135 pounder, at the Chauncy county. plicity Ipttjocriine, theater Friday night. 6tr CmcAOo, To cure, or m9"ey rMVmded. by your merchant, so why not try U? Price BOOs 1 D. K. Barker of Brutus, Ky has been here buying young cattle. Logging is the work now. Several lnrgecontrncts have been begun. Copy t&t lhl purtmrat rawit rth the Mrs. Nancy Bums is improving. vf time. on PMnrriajr pircerflnit after n severe case of heart disease. John E. Rolorts has a patent on somo machinery and is offered J.r0,-(XPanola. for it. Miss Lillie MeWhorter will tench S. B. Satlok. the Green Hill school. is teaching a John B. Lcdford Sldoll choral class nenr McKee. M. II. Ficderick, of Ogle, passed E. L. Baker and W. D. Logsdeu through here last Saturday on his attended the Lexington convention. way to visit friends at Dory. MjHou Owens nnd Thos. linker, of James Stubblefield, nhowas shot Jessamine, nro viiting friends nnd in Manchester last week, is improvrelativcs'here. ing and says he will recover. The Misses Denton nnd Butner, Montgomery Hounchell died July nnd Mr. Walter Benton arc visiting IIUII, ULTtHII C II a ia l.f nvnti a their cousin, Miss Kntio Benton. large number of fnends nnd relatives. ... i Alson Baker. r.lie L tiny loumy m I ' T UBI1: .eutiium i will be held at Manchester dtir-tute Owsley 17 i. i .i ,,B. VI B. Jones has leeu U"'J engaged Prof. M. South Fork: Tutor Raymond, of Beren, paid as coiuiucior. Rev. Parsons, of Berea, nnd Perry-HintOwsley n short visit last week. of Middlesborougb, preached Rev. S. K. Rnmey preached at Thoy White Oak Sunday to n large audi- at Burning Springs yesterday. wil remain in this vicinity for several ence. days, working for the interest of the Miss Xnnnio Reynolds, of Berea, Burning Springs school. has been visiting friends here the past J. D. Clarkstos. COUNTY 1 TMEWS. r Madison County. Shcrniat Ledford passed through here last week with a nico drove of sheep. Mr. T. P. Mnrcuiu aud Win. Alum- baugh have boon to Station Camp on n fishing trip. In defending himself against four men recently, Marion Potter shot James Robins badly. Mr. Clins. Hurst and Miss Hulda Morris were married July 13, Mr. Win Callihan and Miss Lizzie Gab-- 1 bard were married July 8. L. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. IMlttd lijr Ms. K THE SCHOOL. F.lltcl l.jr Mm THE FARM. I Tf V. ITTXAM. TXtfhtr in Niml Kiim II Via (S. lli'tes collfr1 IM hi' Mlhnl S ' Maws, liitr Hrtr lnr fWta of Itwtfest j Powbll. Bell County. Plnovlllo. Many of the Bell County Iwys plan to attend Beren College this winter. tt.,.. I... K. !...' llmlmr T 1 1 1 . creek, . . fofk ui-u- County. 1 , , .. .... uuu,vuituu utn uunii tutu heart trouble a while nnd is n ot '.,-...,- . proving Geo. W. Brooks prenched at the month of Little Creek on July 1C, and will hold a protracted meeting until July'Ja G. H. Knuckles, ., nu ... Knucklos. Lots of sickness in this vicinity. Judge J. F. Neal is in the last stage of consumption. 0. V. Riley, of Bell, is very low with pneumonia and recovery is verv doubtful. John Culton, the agent for the Appalachian Land Co., is very low with consumption. P. Hendrixaon, one of Bell's best citizens, passed from this life. He leaves hosts of friends to mourn his loes. week. How often wo hear the saying "n place for everything and everything in its place." It is a good proverb and the obicnnucoof it will certainly do much toward lightening the enres and burdens of the housewife. The snnie is trtio of the man of tlio family, for he can save himself very ninny useless steps If lie puts nil his tool mid machinery where he knows just exactly where they are. But it is more particularly with tlio affairs in side the house that I write this weok. Right here another saying comes to mind: " Man works from sun to hud, but woman's work is never done." Sometime it seems us if that isexuet-)so. When the tiinu comes from the field where ho has plowed all day he has jossibly n short errand to do then js freo to sit down nnd visit with a neighlwr or read the newspaper. But with ouum's work it is different. For after all th regular housework is done the mending basket presents itself as a spectre, aud darning nnd patching consume the evening. All days are nlike, until life seems ouly a dreary round of v ever-prese- Mrs. J. S. liowlaud, who has been dangerously ill for several weeks, is slowly improving. Ellis Seali. Jackson County. Tyner. Teacher's Institute, at McKee, July 31. work. Travelor'8 Rest. Schools are now beginning. Corn crops are the worst known for years. Owsley instructed her delegates for Taylor, and helped to nominate him Your correspondent and several other Owsley people attended the Lee county convention last week. The Circuit Court of Lee county convened at Beattyville July 10. sunday-schoo- l here is bavinfr a large attendance and is doing good. A. J. Barkxb. Evereole. We are glad indeed to have The Cmzui is our neighborhood. Mrs. Malinda Cole, who has been ick with typhoid, is still very low, but is improving. There baa been an improvement in corn for the last two weeks. A good prospect for a fair crop. Wm. Reynolds, of this place has again returned to Ferry County where s he has been hauling for some time. S. McOuire. dealer in monuments and tombstones, has been in our neighborhood canvassing and selling a few. Several of the boys and girls of this place attended the funeral of Jackson Bagley at the cemetery near Booneville, last Sunday. Preparation is being made to repair the school house in Dist. No. 28. Parents should wake to the 6ense of their duty and they will have a successful school. Mr. Walter Brandenburg, formerly of Madison County, haB bought A. Davidson's stock of goods, and contemplates running a full supply at the old stand. Jacob Gabbard, the oldest man in Owsley, now 66 years old, is enjoying very good health, but is failing in strength. lie says that he is ready to go when the time comes. Mr. R. R. Wilson, one of Owsley's best and most highly appreciated citizens was taken with illuess last Thurs day and the physicians say that ho will probably never recover. We wish all our citizens would sub-- , scribe for The Citizen that they may keep posted on local and foreign uows. It gives it all, and also tells you the udvt'ntiges Berea College offers. I n pen 'ally acquainted with the editor of ThbOtizen and he is worthy of all the support that you can give )i;m. C. B. Moore. saw-log- I A. J. Asher, of Pineville, has bought The Burt & Brabb Lumber Company's timber, of this place. Mr. Asher is a business man and we are glad to have him in our midst. hurt. T. J. Knccelks. There is considerable dissatisfaction around here in regard to schools, school trustees, and school teachers. Beo Lick May the time hasten when such hfi Rain which was badly needed fell work can be done suceeesfuV-ly- , portent satisfactorily and with coopera- last Wednesday. Madison Comm. tion. Mr. M. G. Dowell began his school in Madison July 10. Evergreen. Mr. H. S. Tompeon took his leave Mrs. Mary Lake is very low with this morning for Knoxville. cancer of the stomach. Dr. D. E. Proctor of Louisville is A large rattle snake was seen in with his father, W. G. Proctor. our neighborhood recently. Mrs. A. E. Murcer returned home There seems to be a good crop of from Lexington last Saturday. huckleberries in this section. The new Telephone line from Crab Miss Minnie Lake is expected home Orchard to Bee Lick will soon be comin a few days on a week's visit. pleted. The sermon at Pine Grove Sunday Rev. Oliver Walden preached an was delivered by Rev. Joseph Horns-b- y interesting sermon at the Baptist and was well attended. church Sunday. After a week's visit at homo, Miss M. H. Barnes, O. W. Cummins, H. Nannie Lake returned to Disputants, S. Tompson and Gene McWilliams, where she expects to teach. attended the Brodbead picnic. We are glad to hear that so many Mrs. Martha Albright the mother of our young people have been ablejof At E aud J H Albri ht wn8 bur. u :1 . .;n a t. l mu . i rnn. n. ni,aL icacu Mi . lo secure ceruucaies buu during the summer. Miss Elzara Reynolds returned Rev. James Lunsford and daughter home from Livingston last Saturday, Dora, of Wallaceton, are visiting Joel whore she has beeu visiting relatives. Lake and family. He will preach at W. II. Barnes. Cave Springs Sunday. Wo welcome Brother Lunsford, as he used to be pastor at Pine Grove church. Kate S.,Lake. Teachers' institutes are to bo held iu the various counties at the following times nnd places: Clover Bottom. Clay, Manchester. Miss Mary Hatfield 'is teaching July 17.01 i Owsley, Booneville. Lee, ifeattyvillo. school at Drip Rock. July 'M.ou j Leg,iej Hy(leu Miss Mary Sparks was the guest of Jackhou, McKee. r.,1.. qi Miss Viola Click Sunday. Wolfe, Hazel Green. a mh ,l Madison, (col.) Richmond. Rain is ueeded badly. Crdps are Richmond. uot good because of the drought. Aug. 7 ll Madison, . R .... . A large crowd attended preaching . Barboursville. '" at the Kirby Knob church Sunday. Letcher, Whitesburg. Wh,t,e nt Black-berrie- s are scarce here, but S:Ii!V,f;'V,rel aml ........ Wolery Eversole and wife passed back through here from Brodbead last week. Our respected postmaster, R. B. Reynolds, bad a severe attack of sickness last week, but is now well again. Some trouble arose recently between Charley Venable and another party, at Rock Spring. Some ihote were fired but fortunately no one was Rockcastle County. 1 Here is where the proverb will help you. If you will settle the first part of it, that will settlo the rest. It is comparatively easy to have everything in its place if you have a placo ready for it. Just think how many things are thrown upon the floor or piled upon the crowded tables or chairs because no one has had the enterprise lo put up a aneii or two and fasten a few hooks into the wall. Woman should do all she can to lighten ber work, and she will find that much of the work is gone when there is the habit of putting things where they belong instead of wherever it happens to be. A few shelves cost almost nothing, but they are worth a good deal when we find bow convenient they are. Then a few hooks for coats and bats are very cheap, but tbey will save a great deal of work in a year. A pretty and useful corner cupboard may be made at small expense, is tbe winter, perhaps, when the men have more time. It is a great" convenience to have everything so well arranged that you could put your band on whatever you want, even in the dark. Now this must come through the mothers and daughters. They must plan the things which will save their steps nnd their time, and then persuade the to do tbe work. The house will have a neater, more home like look, the work will bo done sooner and better and r 11 the membore of the family will feel more contented if we watch up the little things and are careful to put things just whero they belong. Just try it and nee, and our word for it, you will not be content to do otherwise when you once have the new way established. men-folks Bottor Roads Everywhere schools are beginning and institutes nre being hold. I wonTho value of a farm, other things der If wo know just how much a being oqtinl, can be measured by the rrliool means in each noighlK)rhoed? kind of a road to be found Iwtween it Why, fathers and mothers, jour boy nud the market town. Every ton of has in him the making of a man who hay, bushel of com, basket of eggs, or d shall lilftn the world by his living in dozen of chickens has n price cost of getting them to comit, but he mo; grow up jut a hv the mon, irr.v common, man who will eat market.' Then the wood, lumber, and drink and sleep, and wake and shingles and bark produced in a givdie and leave tho world worse rather en neighborhood have a certain value than better' I have seen canary birds at the market town or the railroad, trained so that they would climb little and their value where they are prowould draw duced is the market price lert what ladders tiny carts, would he down aud pl.ty it costs to get them over the road to iniirhet. Another value of roads that they were dead ami do many other things that made them seem j j to enable tho families along them school' wiser than sonui people. ' have seen to get out to the monkeys trained to do stranger things, house, church or other place of public and we have all ueen trained dogs and gathering- It is a characteristic of horses, Now, with our Iwys ami American civilization that the ix'ople girls so much smarter thnn animals want to. mingle together, to learn the to begin with, wo are in danger of 'news, compare notes on farm and thinking that they do not need so houehcld experiences, listen to good much education. Hut if tho animals lectures mid music aud generally to can Ih trained to outdo themselves, u joy n life in common with their fl-le- t us watch eagerly to seo w hat our lows, rather than to 1st shut iu to their rliihlriMi ulinll Imcntnn iiiulur the nrr ! nun mflwIionH. The onlv way iu best home and school training that which theso privileges onn be enjoyeu we can give them. is by having good roads from farm Education does uot mean just to farm aud all farms with the It commou meeting points, Altogether kuowing things out of books. menus to 1st more industrious, more then we find the farmer very ranch saving, kinder in the family, a Iwttcr dependent upon the public high-waneighbor, a better Christian. for his supplies, bis profits and his Parents and trustees must see to it comforts and civilization iu life. that the brat tencher that can be All that a patron of the road or one found teaches your school and kttpt who must travel it can count as a on teaching it. A really good man or bensOt to him in having that road woman can give your children a start there for a year may be called the toll toward success such as nothing else value of tbe road to him. Add to this can give. You want your boys and the toll value of the road to his neighgirls to do more than you have beeu bor A and neighbors B and C and on able to do, send them to a good through the neighborhood and we get school to learn how. You want tbem tbe total toll value of the road to the to have a better chance than you have whole neighborhood, district, or comhad, put them under tbe steady in- munity. That is, we get a sum which fluence of tbe best teacher you can those people interested, patrons of the get. And I wish that more of the road, could afford to pay rather than parents would attend at least part of not have the road there and open for the Institute. You can tell by seeing travel. This sum mutt evidently pay the teachers together which ones are interest on the first cost of the road really interested in education and and the added cost of keeping it in which ones attend Institute just repair. This is the simplest proposito have a good time. It isn't alvayi tion possible. There can be no such the teacher that talks most at Insti thing as free roads. Cost of building tute that can teach tbe best school, and cost of keeping up must be paid but you want a teacher that is at least by some one. Taxation is on the interested enough to pay attention, principle that the lands and personal when tbe rest talk. property in a given territory are enKeep in touch with tbe teachers, hanced in value so that they can afvisit the school, the Institute, and tbe ford to pay a share of tbe cost of the is association meeting. Put your chil- roads in the district. The poll-laprinciple that every dren right into school at tho very levied on the first of the term and keep hem there male resident of a similar territory, every day I foresee great things for being of suitable ago and bodily the future! Better schools, better strength should do n fair share of the homes, stronger nun, truer women work of keeoiuK up the common But the homes aud schools of today high-waor pay for tho doing of that must work together for the sake of ' share. A right adjustment of tbe the boys and girls who aie to le the burden to le born letween the prop- citizens of the coming years. Let un ertv of a territory and the malo citi all ask ourselves what more we can do zens of proper ago gives tho erfec-tio- u to help and that not some other time, of the road-law- . but right now. intlii-dice, post-officj j y Institutes. ZSti i- - K -- fegarrnv-- t . The 22ud session of the colored CHAPEL lincols;hall IADICS' HALL teacher's association mot at Danville, A VIEW ACROSS OUR CAMPUS BEREA MAS 14 BUILDINGS. July 5, lasting three days. There were fifty teachers present. rol'NDKIt ISSS Mrs. S. P. Craig cordially welcomall, and Prof. W. H. Mayo resed ISO teachers, 700 students (from SO states), 10,000 books In the Library. Over ponded. Able papers dealing with the various problems of school conduct and For those MOT suflclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate management were read by Prof. J, W. I. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. Newson, Miss M. S. Brown, Prof. J. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and the advanced courses. E. Givens,Mra. Bettie Lewis, Miss M. For those sufficiently advaaeed to get a teacher's certificate t I. Foster, Dr. B. F. Jones, Prof. P. T. III. Farming and Agriculture two years. Frazier. Dr. C. L. Puree, and Dr. W. IV. Domestic Science Sewing, Cooking, etc. two years. D. Taruiff . We regret that space does V. Normal Course for teachers three years, wltb practice teaching. not permit us to review these papers, VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for College, for business and for life. all of which were on practical subFor those more advaaced : jects, and full of instruction. VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Tbe Cuban annexation question was Collingsworth Good mules and work cattle Adjuact Departments t well discussed. in Organ, Choral (free). Vocal, Piano, Theory. VIII. Mueio-K- eed Prof. C. C. Monroe wsb elected to demand. Mrs. David Witt is very tick. IX. Berea General Hospital Two years' course is tbe care of tbe sick. write a history of the Colored People Christopher Burns killed a O. I. Carr is visiting relatives at of Kentucky ol tl. 19th century. TUra nlara tia tiat idnrAtlnn in re&eh nf alt. It is not a monevmakinfl' institution. Its instruction is a coon. "Does tbe present nstmct.'or 'nft,,r Panola. irift. It aims to help those who valuo education and will help themselves, and charges a small incidental fee Schools have Cbas. Singleton caught a wild turLouis Sandlin, of KingoU n, rii'.o i cur Public religious effect".Sjr oiuuents taunt, uw par iur men wuu, waa thor- iC ineew ex pes see 01 ine aeaooi span irom instruction, moral and key gobbler in a thicket. (12 weeks) may be brought within $24, about half of which must be paid in advance. relatives here last week. oughly discussed, The. school is endorsed bv Baptists. ConBreimtionalists. Disciples. Methodists, PresbytenanH. a ml good people cf School began here July 10, with The meeting was a grand success Mr. H. Powell bos just returned or tnformathm or Jrlrmtiy whifc uddrtu Hit I'ict" all denominations. There are bo saloons Iu Jierea. and every teacher was benefited. Frank Carnaban teacher. from Irvine on a business trip. Each one should bring in a better re- Preikltnl, GEO. T. FAIItCIIILI), Uh. I Berea, Ky. A. Haeker will soon return to One-di- a School began at Birch Lick Monday port next year as the result ot the and bring his family. I3.-WIN- TER work of the association. M. Gilbert as teacher. with J. 13, Miss Saphronia Kimberlin was pleasantly entertained by the Misses Hatfield, Saturday. Mr. Johu Dean teaches the Long Branch School this fall. It will be his first term and we wish him much success. Clay Mr. Simpson Mc Guire was in this place Saturday placing a beautiful Ammle. marble monument at the graves of Lee Doyle, eon of Martin Doj '. ), is Mr. Henry Bicknell's wife and son. very sick with fever. Messrs. F. C. Click and C. H. Par- Deputy Stubblefield, who was shot key passed through here last week en- by Mart Smith, bad to have his leg route for Fleming Co. where they and arm amputated. Geo. Bakes. Nurwill canvass for the Silver-Lea- f M. Eva Click. series. Onedla, ..1.1. i ...QU... V Teachers' Association. BEREA COLLEGE County. ho FALL TERM OPENS SEP. TERM DEC. 1890.