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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 26, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899072601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 26, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r VOL. I. SUBSCRIBE TODAY ClrcoliticD, 1000. The Citizen Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 00 c to the Interests of the" Home, School, and Farm. t Year. UiSKRA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 2(5, 1890. NO. MADISON COUNTY FAIR Richmond, Ky., Aug. 14, $1000 BANKERS' STAKE, DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. WEST MAIN STREET. 1899. for Saddle Stallion, Mare, or Gelding. $6000 In Purses and Premiums. BALLOON ASCENSION AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. No Trouble to Show Goods L207 RICHMOND, KY. BAND IN ATTENDANCE. TROTS CALLED AT 2 P. M. EACH DAY. The Berea Monumental Co. The remit of good tcork and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the State When you tcant J. W. BALES, Pres. S. A. DEATHERAGE, Sec. week. Speeches wore made by Mr. SHOP. Bryan, Senator Tilman, George Fred Stone, Williams, Alex Troup, There comes a time in the life of Altgeld, and othors. nearly every young man when he must decide what path he will follow for In Police c'ourt Saturday the Chrisman suit for damages was his life's work, unless he has little settled, tho jury finding $3 and costi character, and is willing to drift for Chrisman. One or two other civil wherevor the waves of chance may cases were tried and the Common- carry him. This is perhaps the most wealth cases were continued until important period in the life of a young noxt court. Court day here is getting man, and his future success and hap to be a busy day, and a large crowd pinoss depend largely upon the deci was brought to town last week by va- sion ho makes. It is not always wise . to jump at the first thing that p re- rious cases. will Iw a picnic at Slate Lick 8Jts itself, whether his abilities are There e on next Saturday for the benefit 0f,auita18 or not, hut it is a matter Admis-- , quiring the most careful thought and Infirmary at Richmond. !on-2rnji. phil.lrAn frtw. Snow-h- - ' preparation. When an ambitious nmmUi i, ..,.mi n;M.mnnrt touur man starts in life with a def of aotion, he starts upon a orators, and in the afternoon a picnic I init ilinnflr wilt Im unread. All sro tinrexl ' much higher plane than one of the to attend this picnic and help the In same abilities, who begins with aim urinary, an institution which does so ply a willingness to work, and with out any plan beyond earning enough much good throughout the county. for his daily wants. The latter may Richmond will certainly have the perhaps earn more at first, but the greatest fair this rear; ever held here former is certain to overtake him and ine real leatures will uoiree ana op before manhood has been reached to en to all. The street fair in the fore leave him far behind. A definite aim noon of each day is to be absolutely in life may bo in any direction as long free, no charge to be made at all. It as it gives the possessor an incentive to is hoped our peoplo will take an inter- strive for but the est in the coming carnival and help to ambitions and aims that lead a young make it a success. Get your exhibits man along mechanical channels, to ready and prepare for a merry time. spend several years in learning a trade, C. Rexford Raymond returned Sat are not popular with the average urday from an extended trip to American youth. Boonevillo, Manchester, and intervenOur country is a manufacturing ing points. He brought with him country, its industrial enterprises are four young peoplo who go with him the wonder of the world, and have to Chautauqua on Aug. 3, whero Mr. created a continual demand for skillRaymond lias charge of a Berea Day ed workmen. In view of this demand on the program of the assembly. The and the entirely inadequate supply of people who go are Misses Addie Rey machines, Tho Woodwork Departnolds and Lou Flannery, and Messrs ment of Berea College is to be extended to include a Trade School iu which Madison Combs and J. I. Hughes. will be taught the Carpenter's and Cabinetmaker's trade, to those stuCOUNTY dents who may elect to take this Jailer Lackey is working Richmond course and who show sufficient aptiprisoners on a new pike, now being tude for mechanical work to insure constructed at Stony Run. that the instruction will not be wastPov ton town is the name of a new ed. There are many young men who post office between Richmond and have during the past year, expressod Silver Creek, on tho L. Si N. The Pantograph is now published a desire to learn the Carpenters Trade Tuesduy and Friday instead of Tues- and to them and others, this opportunity is offered, This is a two year's day and Thursday as formerly. course and includes tho construction Tho President has appointed C. C. of articles embodying all of the joints Wnllaco to bo Postmaster at Richknown to carpentry, and also the frammond. Ho was Senator Deboo's caning of a house and instruction in neardidate. ly all processes used in its construcTho Friondsh'p Baptist church, ton tion, as well as in various pieces of milos southwest of Richmond, will furniture and in general repairs bo dedicated tho fifth Suuday in July, around buildings and farm machines. Rev. J. G. Parsons, of Berea, preachA young mau having had the above ing the sermon. Register. can feel certain that ho has an educaArticles of incorporation have boeti tion that will enablo him him to meet filed for the Louisvillo and Atlantic life's difficulties with more confidence Railroad Company, which has been iu his own ability to earn and hold a formed to operate the old R. N. I. & place for himself in this busy world B. It is said that work on the exten- of ours than is possible to tho man sion from Irvine to Beattyvillo will bo who has uovor trained his hand to O. A. K. commenced at once. The name of serve his brain. tho new company is the Louisville and Atlantic railroad. Anything in the monumental line Let us know and ice tcill tend you designs and prices The Citizen t. a. PASCO, KDITOR and M AN AHr.lt. PublUkwt l the oc ol iHl-flr- t TIIK CITIZEN, Hare, Ky. imf at fx Hat .Mil mafov at rm, AV-- . n 'fotd IDEAS It often takes more courage to keep out of a tignt than logo into it. Notice tho description of the New Noriml Course nt Berea on our last The biggest thing Uncle Sam does for us fa giving us a chance to send our children to school Uon t miss it this summer. If jou believe in The Citizen, show it to jour noighbor and advis hiru to subscribe, the more aubscnptions we get tbe better piper we can nave. The bridires on the road toward Slate Lick which were in a murderous condition, hare been repaired let supervisors of other road districts follow their example. Pres. Front will preach at Slate Lick next Sunday at 3 P. M. on Avenging Injuries, with special reference to recent bloodshed. It will paj to ride a long way to hear that Sermon. Row and wife, of Union Mills, visited his cousin, J. C. Sharp, here last week. While visiting Malory a wooden bow of quito ancient workmanship was found. Miss Lena Sayers is spending her vacation at Pacific Grove, California, which is a summer resort established by tho Chautauqua Assembly of California, 130 miles south of San Francisco. Prof, and Mrs. Ira B. Penniman loft Monday for Peoria, 111., where they will visit Mrs. Penniman'a parents for soma time. Prof. Penniman expects to study music this coming fall and winter, probably in Boston. A. Sharp J. THE Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. o JOHN HARW00D, Prop. A. P. SETTLE, Attoni;y and Notay Public, Berea, Kentucky. Ofllce on Main Street. In Matonlc Bldg. upstairs x DESIGNS TRADE. MARKS Berea, Ky. GOOD GLASSES Yon Want re-th- PATENTS' AOVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY OBIMSfcD IF YOU WANT THESi AT ALL. LOCALS $6000 will be (riven in purses and ... Pn premiums at the Richmond fair. All tho trots at the Richmond fair have filled and good racing is expect- od. Notice in inrraUT Are " Book "llow to obtain Paten ta' r CtaraM modmU. No f till patent I eecured. ; stncuT connoenuai. Anareee, 1 1. B. W66CI1S, Patwrt Lawyer . WathtatfyTO. C. FREE unn you ought to know It. I will not attempt to iult glaaara to your eyea until I know what ! needed. Eyea examined free. OlaaKa that are not properly adjusted to yoar ejrea are actually dangeroui. I know It, and A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY. STATE BRIEFS. T. A. ROBMSOlf, Jeweler and Optician. The freo school began here Mon day with Miss Kate Coddington and Miss Nannio Tudor in charge. License to marry was granted re cently to Thomas Gabbard and Miss Dora Rutherford. Word comes that Rov. II. J. Der- thick, ia quite sick at Mantua, O., where he was spending his vacation. A. JohuHou Nutting at Conway J. D. Nutting six'aks on Mor mon!!!! at Conway Thursday night. E. W. Baker, of Wallucetou, was in town Saturday and subscribed. Dr. Lauder, of Cinciuuuti, visited his uncle, E. 1'. Fairchild, Sunday. Mrs. Kato E. Putnam returned Friday from the hospital at Zauoaville O. E. G. Creech and D. F. Tankers-lefrom Burning Springs, are visiting hero. Alex Davis, of Leisure, Ind., is visiting his brother, I. C. Davis, and other friunda hero. Nurm Edwards wont through town yesterday on his way to Dory, Clay couuty, from Oklahoma. Miss Elliott returned Friday from a month's visit with relatives in Paris 111., and lndlauaiolii, Ind. Prof. Dodgo is sH)iuliug the week working up tho mooting of the Madison Couuty Sunday-schoo- l union. J. C. Sharp wont to JeMiamiuo lust Thursday, returning Monday with Mrs. Sharp, who has boon visiting there. F. II. Chapman, of Franklin Falls, ii N. ll.ouo of tho members of the excursion made n short trip back hotu Saturday. Hurry Coddiugtou cut his thumb with u pieco of zinc lust Thursday so sevoroly that ho wus compelled to havo several stitches put in It. Miss Nina Lamsou and her assistant, Miss Sherwiu, romain during the summer at Sun Mateo, N. Mexico. Their school house is being repaired this vacation. Prof, and Mrs. Dodgo outertaiuod u few friends Thursduy ovuiiiiig, nud Mr. nud Mrs. Fairchild received on Friday evening, in honor of Prof, and Mrs. Ponnimau. Mr. Tootors Bnd family left yesterday for Garret and Auburu Ind., whore they will visit relatives and friends for a month, while Mr. Teeters enjoys his vacation. Feu-uiiim- J. PERSONALS Ho is at from Conway last week. Mre. Lestornud family urn spending work at Todd's mill on the Fairchild a few dnja at Malory. place. Mm. Yociini is attonding the InstiSecretary of War Alger has resign tute at Lancaster this week. ed, and the President has appointed moved his family Ehhu Root, of Now ork, as his suc y, cessor. At a recent White House reception President McKinley shook hands with 4,810 persons in an hour and three quarters. Deputy U. S. Marshal Short took William Rose, from Estill county, through here yesterday on his way to Frankfort. Moonshiulng. The dato of tho Berea Fair has been changed to September 28, 29, 80. Tho officers are working to secure groat attractions and make it a good fair. An oxcursion train camo down from Cincinnati last Sunday, bringing about 500 people from the city, and distributing them nt Paris, Rich mond, and Berea. Saturday Doctors Cornelius and Davis erformed a successful opera tion for appendicitis on Thomas Cruncher, tho 12 year old son of Se- bnn Chroucher, of Scaffold Cano. A.uow ruling from tho revouuo de partment forbids the stamping of chocks by banks, or even the sale of stamps there. No unstamped checks will now 1) received at the banks. Rov. Mr. Bartlett of Indiana is ex pected to preach in Berea Church-hous- e next Sunday morning. Thero will bo a praise service with Steroop- io Views from Pilgrims Progress ut night. Rev. Perry W. Sinks, of Votings- town, O., preached iu tho Berea Church-houslast Sunday. Iu tho afternoon he preached at Slate Lick, and led tho C. E. In tho ereuiug, giving n brief roport of the C. E. Convention at Detroit. Four thousand, people attended the mass meeting of tho Chicugo plat form democrats at the auditorium lost o NEWS. Tho noxt annual meeting of the Madison county Sunday-school- s will be held at Speedwell in the Christian church on Saturday, August 12th. Prof. E. A. Fox, state secretary and other promiuent workers are expected. A basket dinner is iucludod in tho program. Prof. L. V. Dodge, of Berea, is president, and Mr. Win. Baum-starof Waco, secretary. Pinerille is having a telephone sys tem installed. Danville will have a fair on Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. HANSON & PASCO'S Lancaster is receiving bids on a water works system. Gold is supposed to have been fouud in Marion County. Democrats of Warren County have H. C. JASPER, M. D. headed the opposition to Goebel. MEDICINE and SURGERY, will be only Jessamine's wheat crop nbout 60 percent of last year's crop. Office la Prathtr Building Richmond, Ky. TeUpboc 103 & 109 Rer. A. B. Chinn will teach in Middlesborough University tuis year. Six store rooms, a hotel, an opera E. B. McCOY, house, and ten new residences are being built at Lancaster. The Record says that Garrard will have only about half the usual wheat crop and the drought has largely injured the prospects for a corn crop. CENTER Hon. W. R. Ramsey, of London, who was defeated in the race for At- ART GALLERY torney General, is being urged to run C. 1. OflQ, Proprietor. for Congress in the Bloody Eleventh. Photos. Nothing !nt The Mr. Bryan will come to Kentucky Best Finish e Lowest Prlees. about September 1 and spend a week making speeches for the democratic state ticket and for the election of a DENTAL SURGERY. democratic legislature. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Prohibitionists of Kentucky meet Smith Building, Main Street, in mass convention at Louisville on Richmond, Ki. Aug. 1 and 2, to nominate- - a State No 6S, Offle., No SO. ticket. Chairman Dickie, of tho Na- Telephone, Ilr.ld.nc., tional Committee, and other prominent workers will attend. one year ago The Courier-Journa- l said that if the Goebel Bill became a I) KALE It IN AMATKUll HUfl'LIKS law, "Then are free elections and Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. free government at au end in Ken Vieica about Berea a specialty. tucky, and tho Stute given over to au irresponsible clique of self appointed party managers, not to be recovered by tho people short of a political revolution." What was true of this law then is equally true of it today. Office Hours, S to It A, M., London Echo, ItoS P. M, National Bank Building Tho superintendent of public inRichmond, Ky. struction has announced that tho per capita for school purposes for the Do not forget coming yoar will be a little over $2.70, County Court Days. as against $2.40 last year. This will Paris, Bourbon County, 1st Monday bo the largest per capita iu tho histoNEW LINE OF Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday. ry of the State. Herotoforelthero has Loxiugtou, Fayette, 2nd Monday. bceu a deficit in the school fund at Stanford, Liucoln, 2ud Monday. this period in tho fiscal year, but at tho begiuiug of tho present month Georgetown, Scott, 3rd Monday. there was on hand to the credit of the Danville, Boylo, 3rd Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine, 3rd Monday. school fund 1205.000. Thehsarts of Madison Couuty teachers will be made Winchester, Clark, 4th Monday. Versailles, Woodford, 4th Monday. glad by this anuouueement. GO TO Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET at-th- BURTON, The Photographer. J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, Stone Brothers' Groceries & General Merchandise Pantograph, Climax, Pantograph, AT FARRISTOWN. THE CITIZEN. T. micli a shock. a. It would give ldm Cornel say something, do. Anyoneonnshlpvvhodoesn't make might come hack, nnd DANIEL IN THE DEN OF LIONS Inlernnllnnitl Cor TEMPERANCE BEVERAGES. tome I'sretlent flrrlpes for HefreaLM las tlrlnka lliirlnar Ihe Healed Term. Wllh the heated term comes tinturnl Increase of thirst. While it Is universally conceded that ice water is unwholesome to nil except those stomachs that might lie designated ironclad, It is also true thnt ordinary well or reservoir water, lukewarm ami nauseating, must be cooled to be satisfying. If fresh water, Inclosed In n tightly stoppered fruit Jar. were Kept stand-i- r in the lower ortloti of Ihe refrigcr-ato- t It would be pleasantly refreshing without being too cold. Vet even then. It will, if kept longer than two or three hours, taste stale and lint. Ilesldes, what busy housekeeper or domestic will take the trouble to renew the liquid ns often as that? .ud how many housekeepers there nre who possess no and use no lee. For such ai these, ns well ns for those who crnvp n u Id that "tastes goisl," some recipes for beverages limy bo welcome. Cherry t ordlal.- - Crush n pint of rher ries without pitting, nml pour over them n quart of boiling water. Strain, sweeten to taste nnd set where it will cool. For this pursise n stone or earthen jar, set on the cellar bottom find wrnppttl with a wet cloth, will be found to reduce Its temperature In of ev nonition. Thr rordlnl can be made stronger than given In this direction. Any oilier small fruit will similarly furnish a wholesome nnd n 11 conse-qiiene- 44 PASCO, l'ditor and : III.UKA, $ irvr? a tr one original remark in the inlnutt ought to be fined, (rettislily.) KKNTUCKY. Archie--- It makes such n row if wo both talk at once I thought I'd let you iluish tlrst. short pause, during which ha a wrneks his bruin for atopic.) Archie- - A hem! What an Ideal aianru-e- r. . Jtilf fin ml A? H", IMltl IlllO-Vi- .l Memory Verses, Tnl, llnnlrl Sl-U.- 'l. (chnol l.easos Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears a Crown." Brectll' er.-l'- UOI.DKN TI'XT.-T- he tJnl la thy keep sn. i:t.S. 13 A 0 THI3 I3NTII1K CHArTKIt. II Adapted Iron I'elnul et's Notes.' ' ll Kwr.Ji'15'..r By Regent Minor. Onboard a 1" Htiil o sir nnrr. a ho! afternoon In the Mnlittrr.ini in, tl lUck Is deserted but for ihr- - pits- hri t and an no:e--lMh-- a Molly TlthtrlRr, looking dalnly nml cool In a white frock anil shoes. I lttiK iMCk In htr deck chair wllh snoin Look on herknee. She inriark haired, cray-tyennrt Interesting to th- - verjie of jirrltlrimn Mr. Archie CimplKil. In a white linen tropical iu:i, a paper In his hat.ils, lie In i lie shadow of a nt k boat. Mf l but ml her uadir il.uk unil the milium height. n e'drrly lady with n Mrs. Mat'iova, ry stvtre cuunniijiup, nods ovtr her knltllhx further up lilt deck. Iiecr. (with a sigh of relief) At got rid of Unit horrid old i lit a colonel, fiteli nn itlciil ilny J Such it wicked waste to spend It talking to lilm! I wonder whetc- - 0! here he u. (Mil-- subsides Into tier book us Archie Campbell sttolls up.) Archie Anybody's chair, Miss or limy I have It? Molly (with slightly annoyed explosion) Well, it was the colonel's: but i suppose you limy lt there till ho conies liui'k. I don't suppose lic'il mind. (She iclnpses into her book with mi indifferent nir.) Archie (aside) Wouldn't he, though! (Aloud) dou't suppose he would. He's not n bad old boy if he'd only Flint up about the depreciating rupee nml not be always boring us with Molly (Interrupting;, sharply ) Don't talk, please, I want to read! Archie So sorry -- 1 won't say another wonl! I want to rend, too. (A long silence ensues, timing which they both appear to be reading intently.) Molly (suddenly leaning baVk nnd looking nt the ben) ()! what nn ideal day! Such color in the Ma nnd the POI.I.V I've - Xot orlglnnl. l'lne! 1 said now. Archie Well, perfect, then! A per fect day. The day, don't you know, and and (looking nt her face) and everything ele perfect, too. .Molly (with studied Indifference) Yes, the day Is nice! It's hnrd to say why, though. Archie (watching her intently) Do you think so? I don t. .Molly (hurriedly ) Talking of iilcnN, they're very right -- er- er- I mean very fine very desirable. ( Decidedly) One can't live without ideals. Archie -- What's the good of ideal you can't reach ? Molly (seriously) 'I hey tend to the soul. Archie And depress the spirits! Molly -- Then yoh've tried them? Archie Yes, most of us try and krep n few. I ve got one left. .Molly (indifferently ) Oh, nnd what dnv! Molly that jut -- - cle-vnt- -- Tith-crig.- -, 1 sky Archie (interrupting, sharply) Archie An ideal womnn! Molly (with exaggerated InclllTcr How Interesting! enee) Indeed! Archie (leaning forward and loner- ing his voice lest Mrs. Mathews should hear) Yes, he is Interesting- - tlanger- onslv so. Let lite tell you iibiut her! anil gr.y-ryeShe is such gray eyes thnt you ipnte forget all her other features vv licit you look into them. Hut her nose Is awfully sweet, and so is her luotith! She's not very tall, just tall enough, though, and such a pretty, ginceful little figure! She looks her very beet lying in a deck chair with her hair all rough! Hut, beides being so nice to look at, she is good nnd sweet, nnd. oh, so lovable! also a little clever not t(V clever to be kind but clever enough. to be full of tact and charm. Hut. oh. she she's dreadfully dense wln-chooses! She will not be seen when other people are doing thrir viry lest dark-haired d that? Don't talk, please, I want to read. Molly (wltliolTended dignity) I suppose I muyt-pcnlo myself. (In n loud Archie ()! certainly. aside) It's considered rather 'ratty. .Molly (scornfully) I don't under' Mollv looks up, looks at Archie, frowns, and sighs heavily. Aruhie goes on reading. Molly sighs hinder. Archie shivers as if cold, but still goes on read iiif". Molly gives u thin.1 huge sigh, and "YES, SHK IS INTEKKSTIKQ Archie look up.) to show her what an awful dear she Is Archie Surely, u breeze spring' and to show her what she is to them Ing up? how much they care for her and Molly Xo. only me sighing. Archie O! (He relapses into his pa- lo Molly (hurriedly, in n low voice) per.) Mr. ( supjiosc you don't mind that old cut Molly (with sudden decision) of a Mrs. Mathews listening Campbell! Archie (looking up, eagerly) Miss word you're saying. (With cmphasi?. Titherigc! An ice or a lemon squash, In n loud conversational key). Now listen to me! It's my turn now. I'vo or. both? But you got an ideal, too; nn ideal man mine is, Molly "teithrr, thanks. might tall, a little, 1 think. You're aw- of course! He is very tall and very fair, with lovely blue eyes, altogether a fully dull Archie (folding up his paper with splendid man. Hut, besides being alt sorry, 1 thought you this to look at, he's extremely nice, and, lacrity)--S- o oh, so considerate; never puts one in nicest what you said. You do difficult positions in public, don't you jou know! know, nnd all that sort of thing! He's Molly Only when I'm ill ornngry. Archie And you're not either now, very clever, too not a little bit clever, nr; you? (Looks at her tenderly.) and frightened of girls being cleverer so clever himself that he but What shall we talk about? Let me We had weather anil tropics the likes the cleverest people he can limit seo first day; second day, books and music; Very amusing and very talkative, and third, polities nnd religion; fourth, and- I think Hint's all. (Dining thli speech Archie's face grows very grave.) generalities uboiU people; Ji ft It, Archie (rising hiirrlcdly)--Ah- ! about the passenger that was yesterday. Well, now suppose we think It's lea I line. I'll go and see. Molly (promptly) Do. try personalities about ourselves to(He rises and walks down the deck You tell me all my know! day. towards the gangway; Mrs. Mathews, faults, nnd I'll tell you all yours! Molly Thank you. That would be who has Mso just risen, disappear down it in front of him.) giving' me nil the weight of the converMolly (aside) At last that old cat is sation, nnd 1 want jou to talk. (Confidentially and seriously) Do you know Inking herself off. (Aloud) Mr. Campwe nie boring each other horribly? bell. Archie (looking back, sadly) Yes, Confess! we've exhausted each other, Miss Titherigc? unil want lo quarrel, don't we? Molly Neither lees nor lemon Archie (looking at her earnestly) sumislics, thank you! Hut I think Do we? Molly Yes. One always exhausts you've forgotten something. Come.and people on long voyages, don't you see here. (She points with on-- - hand to know? Coining out, I walked clean the deck beside her chair.) Archie (coining back and stooping to trfroiigh yes, right clean through all the passengers in the first week. Fact! ctnnilne the spot) I don't sec uny- Thirly-lh- o people, and not a houl to thing. Molly (imperatively) Look again speak to after the ilrtit wcel! Archie Of course, you read nil the look hnrd. irchle (examining deck closely) rest of the way, and kept a diary, t iris nothing, really but your nlvenys Keep a diary when there's noth- Nothing, ing going on, ami never when there is. hand. Molly (in a whisper) IVrhnps It is Why Is that? Moll- y- How stupid you are! Jlecnuse my hand Archie (seizing It in both his ivith an It is so dillleult when you have something to tell. Don't you see? Anyone astonished gasp) Hut, Molly your can spin things out, hut it takes u ideal ? llla'-Molly Dothrr Ideals. and genius to stew theiu down! O, literature I'm talking now, nnd 1 can feel White. you are listening. Now you talk! I'm . Vll 1'llKlUlt Hied, mid want a rest. Your conversaFor a curry of cooked meat cut tl-tion always lias such a- - soinno- som-ni- beef Into small squares, according to sonoml - O bother! li s too hoi! the quantity of meat to he curried; put on know what sort of effect your talk- two tablespoonfulk or more of butter ing lias on me. There! goaheiul! Into a stew- - pan and two good sired on- 'She lies bnek in her chair and closes lonu chopped; stir lha onions in the buther eye, lie sits silent and wutches ter until of ti pule brown; and one tou her.) . spoonful of curry powder and (hesuinn Molly (ppqnlng her eyes suddenly of Hour with a little salt, mix mid stir On second thoughts, 1 won't, for live minutes, moisten with u run Ho! I always. sleep with my uioufli of stock and stew gently for n few min though! iv id? owu, mid it Isn't liecoin'ng, utes longer, put in the meat and sim lumldu't mind your steing me, us you mer until done, but do not let It bill. ist lie hardened to my winning vvuys t with t'U-- around the d.th.-ti- a. bjf nJVf. Uul (hut ije.tr pld colonel ciuuutl Enquirer. ing. sefmc-tlmes, is X 1 Ill-Illp 1 stand your slang' Aiehie Wt'll, jou needn't be so offended then if you don't understand it. Molly (with extreme dignity)- - It is considered very rude to talk to people in u language they do not understand. Archie (also with dignity) 1 suppose 1 may speak to myself! Molly-- 6: certainly. (Another long pause cnues. during which holli appear to lie earnestly read KHO.M OTIIKIt BCIIII'TL'ItKS THE MAN WITH THE LOAD. Illftht nt Any Coit. i:inples.-t'etc- r. Joseph, John the llnptlat, Abraham. Miwm, IllJfon, I'.MJ.ih, Khadrnrh, Meshnch, IMr. Markham's eonsl te ration Is solicited.) Abrlnrt-o- . 1'romlsri of Dcllvrrnnce. I Hotted by a weight oi llrrv stun, he leans :IS, 17. Tan. SI; IS .J, S; tn.li, IT I. Chron. Afralnsi the Mtcninir post sti-- Rates rounm 11.11, 17; I.IJ Ittiotted emptiness Is In It's fare Job. 1. 10; la. I3:ra-Jl- . ; Hph. Horn. t:K, J. :; I I'et. :i:, 11,1 He hears a load that sllll may net him down. I'rt. t:: Itev. 1.10; John 11:1, IS. V. TIMK. Iletvteen the two tnr? Who m.ole him dull to shame and dead to iirlde. durlnit which Darius was re Inn In undei Cyrus. A thing that cares not and that never rij.VCn. Ilahylonla, a part only of th thinks. Filthy, urofane. n consort for the pIcT great empire of Cyrus. TUT. JIAVS IN i:XII.i:.-- Th exile had Who loosened end lei ilovrn that stubbly Inn? notv continued nrnrly'ayears. and the tlmt Whence c tme the scum adhering to thote of the return n.is near at hand. llliO HCI.KItS -- Cyrus, kin of the whole empire of the Medea and Persians. Dartui What as It clORRed and burned astay his lirslnT . suhject lo the Mede, king nt Cnnon Trislrnm thinks he was placed ts this the thine the I"nl Ood made and there nt the mint si of the Medrs, to p.iclf) HIV- them, nnd my t: "This IMrliis Is only onct To have dominion over nnd land; alluJtd to In the (treek classics." To love and lo be loved, lo pro'su-at- e And feel the naaslon of Klernliy? EXPL.ANATOHV. He dreamed who shaped I. Daniel's Past l'xpeFlcncc. Daniel Is this the lr..tm the suns must have been between SOnml DOyrnr lth llchi? nd plllarel the blue nrmamenl old at this time. He had had mnny trlnli Down all thr w r h to hell to tts last gull of his character and Ids fnithfulnrss. The severe trials to which he lind been subjected bad hitherto reiulted only in raising him to higher honors and success. 1. In his determination to keep from drilling his religion (ehnp. 1). 2. In his faithful prrsentntlonofthe true Hod to Ncbiichndncznr. telling him the nm- -t terrible truths (chap. 4. In his faithful reproof and warning of llclshnar (chap. A). II. The Trap. Cndcr Darius, Daniel was recognized as a man of great nbll-Itnml integrity, nnd one who could be Accordingly, he trusted Implicitly. made him one of the three presidents over ISO governors of as mnny provinces Into which the kingdom wns subl no shape more hideous lhan this divided. It was not long before the TheretonirtiedKlih proof that Darn In Jlcln t More knots other ollleers determined that in some orM of brutish way or other, by fair menus or foul, for where In all the b. isia they must get rid of Daniel. Is one from which this monster might have come? ill. Daniel Hoes Straight On In the Wny of Duty. V. 10. "Now when DanHtJ tilool now In Ihe frail. dlstlKiireil babe mother iel knew that the writing was signed:" O'er which the. Mlc. bends It made no difference as to his conduct to him are thorn hot tears she what He would say ns Nehrniiah snld to flut sheds. Shcninlnh;" "Should such a man ns I What cares he for the taunts h' children l ar. nee." Neb. 0:11.) "Windows being The hunsry cries they ralje: their tw Isted Prayopen . . . toward Jerusalem." llmlxt ing toward Jerusalem was not nn net Throuch this dread shape the devil lklly looks, of superstition, it wns (1) a recognition of (iimVs promise to Solomon in r And In Ihvl reditu; presence moeka the world: of tlioe who looked toward this Through 'his dread shape humanity la center of His worship ( I Kings i:l.,.-4shamed. (S) It wns n recognition of the Cod of Profared. outraged, dragged down and worn Israel, nnd of His promise that His peo- Made Ircought to fumia from th slime he to tnhile ple should return to their home. (3) spew It wns nn aid to the spirit of devotion. And hear him lest at Virtue and at God The place ami its associations havenn O masters, lords and rulers In our land. Inlluence upon our spirits, nnd give Mum this foul solecism sllll life in wings, oi weigh on them like a M tolerated Ir an age when men from air burden. "Kneeling upon his knees:" Ora'p powerthroughthe circumambient roar space across the And A Htting attitude for humble prayer, ing uuirs' favoring the spirit of devotion. "Three Must this vile thing he left to wed at will times a dny:" Like the psalmist (Psa. And propagate his Idiotic spawn, A shame upon the age In which we live, 5: 17). A curse on generations to be born? IV. TheTrnpSprung.-V- s. V.ll. O masters, lords and rulers In our land. "Then these men:" The prlners who How-- may e hope lo reckon with thla had been plotting against Dnnlel. "Asman" sembled:" As in v. C, "ass rmblcd or How get along without the vole he easts ran hnstlly," so ns to come upon Daniel When there are public offices lo llll? will he wllh candidates when he suddenly and detect htm in the net. 17. Hon- longerII hangs upon No the reeking bar "And sjiokc before the king. . . Unit Prepared to light, to slab, tomurderand thou not," etc. As soon ns they had the To vote for lilm who fu: tlshes his drinks? 8. K. Kiser. In Chicago proofs they presented them to the king. "The law of the Medea and PerIn this sians, which nltcrcth not:" TASTE DEPRAVITY. two principles ore involved: one, the existence of n settled Invv or rule by The Terrllilr Staff Inebriates V.VIII which the king himself, theoretically nt Ilrlwk to Satlsf-- r Their t -any rate. Is bound, and which he cannatural not alter; the other, the Inclusion, under this law or rule, of the Irrevoca The use ns u beverage bility of n royal decree, or promise. V. weak solution of shellac of "finish," a In spirit emnow sure of their ployed by 13. The leaders were French polishers, is an old case. Kverv door of escape was shut story, but we believe Its use for against Daniel. They had simply to that purpose has fallenthat nbeyuncc into announce to the king that Daniel vvni inconsequence of new regulations made guilty. by the inland revenue to prevent its V. Daniel In the Lion's Den. Vs. sale for the purpose of drinking. .Simi V. in. "They brought Daniel nnd the drinking of mtthylatid spirit, cast 111 in into the den of lions:" This larly a Horribly nauseous concoction, inwas according to oriental custom on creased, nevertheless, until it became the evening of the same day. The liecesvary to add a stronger dose of storv of the den of lions is strictly In methyl. A still more inconceivably keeping w ith llabv Ionian usages. "The form of tipple was the spirit king spake:" As they were putting Dan- draw a oft museum preparations, and iel into the den. "Whom thou servest yet we believe the drinking of that c coiillniinlly :" A precious, testimony to has been the death of many muthe religious character nnd fidelity of seum porters, and it is a long-timremthe piophet. (Compare Matt. 27:13; iniscence that the lioyal college of surV. IT. "Stone . . . geons, John li:3S.)-To- dd. Ireland, on the appointment of laid upon the mouth of the den:" The a new museum curator, din-ored that was the door through which the several hundred jhiiiihIs' worth of its mouth animals were put Into the den. 1. specimens had been destroyed by the I lie king . . . passed the night fast abstraction of the spirit from the Init-t- h ing:" The idea that lies nt the basis of s, the past curator having been n confasting Is grief so deep that It takes firmed inebriate. The latest advance In away the desire for food. the direction of a new intoxicant is the Vs. VI. The Deliverance. V. drinking of petroleum oil, a practice 19. "The king nrose very early:" Lit which is stated to be rapidly growing erally "In the dnwnlng. In the glimmer to the dimensions of a great national (!od hath sent vice in France. The taste of the lhpild . "My of morning. Ilia nngei: Daniel does not Fny w belli-t-- r is absolutely repulsive, but to the llrll-ishthe angel vviis visible or not. The who has tasted the uliomiuntitiiia winds and the lightning nre Ood's nn- - vvhleliareilrunkwlth avidity and craved irels, according to the psalmist. "Inno- - for by the French working classes, it eeney was found In me:" Daniel de- will le obvious thnt unuseoiisness is clares that he hnd been faithful to Cod not, of itself, a bar to the use of any mid lo the king, and hence Cod had beverage once thnt the taste has been seen fit lo deliver lilm. V. St broken in to tolerate the liquid. The he believed:" mid had shown It worst of the new intoxicant, from a by doing right nt nil costs. Cod never point of view, is that H:troleiim, falls those who trust In lilm. taken in any reasonable quantity, does VII. Itetrlbutloii. Those who were not nppcar to be greatly detrimental, Instrumental in the attempt upon Dan- to health. It is said Unit th drunkeniel's life were enst themselves into the ness which it produces is of the morose nnd quarrelsome type, and not of the den of Hons, ,illh nil their families. Jolly character which arises from alPltACTICAr.. Whoever docs well, and Is faithful cohol, but the lit is quickly slept off, nnd true, where others, are dishonest and the victim awakes apparently not j lid must expect to be oppoml much the worse for Ids "outing." and haled. Kverv effort will be made Med, 1'ress nnd Circular. to Injure their character, to drng them The Work of It am. Into the mire, and to ninke It npcnr n jtecently cannibals attacked a .lint they are no butter than those who mission station in the New assail them. Faithfulness to duty may bring men Hebrldis, and killed and ate two misinto suirerlng and death. The test of sionaries from London. The cause was, n Chrlstlnn Is what be will do for tha continual sale of alcoholic- - liquors, which New Hebrides missionaries have Christ's snke. Mark the fate of the conspirators. been begging the Hrltlsh, the United They fell Into the pit tbey had digged States, tha French and the Australian Ttromcnta to prohibit. (or other. I.tllHT Doing But such trt ncftht only ntAsy IttAcii. OvtmwktJ, htttsitJ, tnuous ptoptt of All Ages tnd both $tu$ .tre imrj tv wllh tches, ptlns. Imrurt blood, diu crdtrtd ihmxAChs, dtunjtj ktdnrvund livtr. For M such. Hood's 5Atsjr.tnlU Is Ihe effeclive And fMtltless aire. It Infuses fresh lift through punfie J blocd. fjwctfo Satsafxniffn ONE ON THE MERCHANT. i KS-K- Ban II Cam 1ial the Value laeU Was Rallied ta riaolaatlwas. mt Ilia Cy-fit- s- -a t. heart-broke- n - Tlmcs-lleral- Cea-rlng- s. On of the lawyers says thnt a client of Ida Is the hero of this story ami that It happened beie v llhln a year or two. A man from the assessors' ofl Ice went Into the store of a Hebrew merchant in the pursuit of his duties. The tvto hud a slight acquaintance, so thnt the nt assessor did not think It nrccs aary to explain his business. He was rather surprised when. In Hiiswer to his questions, the storekeeper proceeded to dilute en the value of his slock. "Do finest In any atore of de sle In tie city. It Issn't vort' cent less than li.iv. a." "Suppose! I put It down at that theu, an Id Ihe assessors' man. "Do It, Do It," said the proprietor. "Ver vou't mnlg no mistake." pleasant brtrrnge. So tha assessors' limn did It. Tliera Currnntnde. -- Mnsh a qunrt of ripe currants, (r currants and red raspber- xsaa lamentation In the store when tha thnt hn ries mixed in our convenient pnqMir-tlon- , tax bill shotted the proprietor and ho waa taxed on 13,000 personal, nml pour over four times as much to the assesiors' ufllee with cold water. Stir and press through a rushed over possible speed. It all jelly- bag, nml then sweeten to taste. "Vat Isa dls7 Vat 1st ills?" he naked mny be kept In n refrigerator for lev-erthem, excitedly. "I hate no personal days. but tie slock In my store. I'm n liar If Jtlnekberry Cordial. Mash fresh, se- it's vort tSOO. Come dutvn and look It lected berries with a wooden sMon. strain, and to every pint of the juice ofer" toll him that the records Ther teacupfiil of boiling wandd one-halie had gl'rn tun figure In ter. Let It cool over night, then strain itemed that assessor. the ntvlstant and to every quart of liquid add again, His hnnds went up oer his head In f pint of granone teacupfiil or horror. "My gosvdness, my gfMslness" Iwiil and ulated sugar. Let It conic to a "Vss dat your maw? I lie shouted sent in cutis or hollies, like fruit, if it ii thought he traa from llratlstreet's.- not to be used at once. This cordial ii most excellent in dolling with sumtiirt lie Mail lleasoit In linn. complaints. A tnbleMMinful, occaThe man came out of on olllt-- buildsionally. In a little water, or even less, ing on the run and sturted down tha will He street. in the case of a delicate cllleaclous. "Here! Here!" rrld the Fruit Temperance Itevernge. Tnkt on the corner. "What's your hurry ?" fresh six leliions. one henping pint of " There's a man Isiek there trying to tnrtall-liient- s raspberries, one small pineapple, one sell me n Ixxik on Ii 'Miami best white sugar nnd 1', quarts of I.' M riichi" erit-- the victim l'eel the lemolil of pure soft water. lustunlly rckate.1 hi The very thin and squt the juice over Ihe hold. peelings. At the end of two hours stli "Hun!" he cried. "Itan llk a while, in the sugar and the raspberries, which head! Mavbe you ean get uvvuy from have been mashed, wilh an additional IilUi jet."- - t hleago I'ost. half cupful of sugHr. and also the pineAn laslanre. shrrdded and apple, which has Fhe IVt you honestly brlieir thnt wis slightly sugared. To the strniutd lemon Juice ndd tin'- - pineapple, the raspber-ile- s women have rurh a failing for anyof a quart of wa- thing that Is reduced? and there is MUs Antique, ter. Stir together until the sugar Ii dissolved, then strnln anil serve in whose age la 13 -- reduced from small glasses, or add it to cold water In I'uck. any desired proHirtlon. This compound of flavors will be found most delicious. REGISTER 0F TREASURY'. The i'reiii h make a drink which overcome the taste of lukeservis to Hon. Juiltou W warm water. They chop fine a cupful !teitrr of I In of such dried fruit ns figs, dates nnd X'nited Stales Treaiui), in a letter fruiu primes, and strep for an hour in onn Washington, D C , qunrt of wntrr. After straining nnd slightly sweetening it is used as n summer beverngr. All Ingenious liousekeeters will read ily enlarge iimiii these recipes and provide them for the extreme heat of summer. Hester M. I'oole. in Union Signal. lf otie-lule wes-kl- y d re three-fourth- s lie-W- ell, I.v-m- , ADVOCATE ANAGRAMS. 1 "7 ) tsttorr -- bev-rrag- e 2- -'. cr April 23t!,lt0. stained with drink. 1'e rutis Drug M'f'g Co., Columb-M- . 0.1 The mistake of the state is locking up Cenllemrn- - I find Peru na In le n the drinker instead of the drink. eiectlicnt reinrdy for the latattlial afIt Is much easier to "rectify" whisky fections el lilting and summit, and than it i to rectify the evil it causes. tlios who tullrr from denrcMiun fium the The saloons and the drink trallic will lirat f the summer will liud no rcuuily tha soon go when Christians nre in earnest. equal of ru na. The light ntj--r a liquor rcllcr'a thiol Judstia W. Ijms. la a false beacon, luring men todestrue-lion- . So nixn is better Inann in the fuwnrul world than .Iu.Im.u W. Hit name Many a man withholds solids from on of money of leeetit date, ctery his family when he can stand drinks for maket his piere signature one of the litol laliulur his friend. ones in the CmWd Stales. Hon. I.yeni .lesus dhl not tell anyone they could tildrets is Augutta, tin. He u a number of do evil if they would give lilm part ot the National lUpiibliean Cuiumittec, and n the profits. s prominent ami iullueiili.il politician. Ha The Christian who prays for Cod to is a particular f nciid of Mi Kinley. sweep Intemperance from the land Hememler that cholera morlmt, rholrra diin'l mean it unless he Is willing that Cod should use lilm us the broom Infantum, mm r lumplaiiit, bilious eolir, diarrhoea and dyirntiry are raili and all to do the sweeping with, Chicago has 000 churches and C.00I saloons. The drink devil Is still n otciit fuctor in politics. When liquor dealers nre busy, 'the devil is glad. If not living for the right, we have no right to live. Hod needs working men and working men need Cod. The most proline source of strife Is Hon. Judion W. Lyons, Iteglilcr of tr.t the wine glass. Treasury. Drink revenue is wet with tears mil t "He-cau- so-.-l- Suppose a ixiy has a lot of cigarettes, and smokes a few of them every day. Is theie any injury In this? can tell you, for i havu hud such boys for pa tients. Such smoking, even In moderation (as if there were uny such thing us moderation In stimulants for the young!) will do three things for 1 Thr t'lanrrlle Kvll. latarrh of the bowel. Catarrh it the only orrect name fur tliete allectioni. IV ni na Ii an absolute ipecllic fur lliete ailments, which are to common in luinmi-r- . Dr. Hart-main a practice of over forty jean, never lott a jinnle aie of cholera infantum, dysentery, durilioea, or chulera morbus, and Ins only remedy was na. Thoie desiring further particulars should send for a frie ropy of "Sumner Catarrh." Addrcis Dr. Ilartman, ('oluiubui, U. I'e-r- him 1. : fo!, I'res-bytuln- healthy standard. 3, It will reduce ldsstreiigth and gen eral vitality, us will appear in iis pale complexion and diminished appetite, " Clirfirpllf. smnklnfT Ik in. nf Him n n worst habits physically that a hoy can form, it Injures the hcr.rt and digestion, mid it tends to check thagrowth. It givet a hd false and silly notions, and It does not briiig him into good coroponj. narptr's Young X'tople. It will run his pulse up to 100 oi muie per minute. It will reduce his weight below tha HESIniNO TO IIUV ANTT1IINO AIIVKUTIHKIl IN ITS COLUMNS MlOfl.Il INSIST IIAVINO WHAT Til KIT ASK Hill. IIKH HINO ALL bUllallrUTKtl OH IMITATIONS, nitAtiiiiis or Tins iMPicii Ii i CiUS WHlsl In llius. h.il.1 air-onall- br dniaeuu. ra'---1i-n iisff j1 3 NAVAL RESERVES At Clcvclnml, ()., Tliry Were On dciTil Out liy Mayor Fnrley ROBERT 0. INGERSOLL DEAD. n llm ami I w;m lllril Suililrntf nt Ills Miitniiirr llnnin In lliililis IVrrj-- .S. V , I rlilsj. Urll-Knim, HE HAD M A GOOD PLACE. Ha niS COU.I.GE FAILED Wns llrnve Knoimh t'ntll II Kneed Jlnr- Ann, Then He - Jlmmle's Mnllir 1'hnnBlil llrr "itttar II Unnr In Work fur Minister. "One of the nicest, must mollirrly old ladles I inert lu my rniiiiils," niiirUiil ii triiiellng miiu who sells ipinda Ihiiiiih III pi soul hem slut) a, "In nt I he smile time our of the niuxl Igiionint uf eieryllilng except how to get up n nnd give a tiled good ileal of drummer u romforliilile bed nml clr.tn sheets lo sleep In. Hlin bus 1m en running u lillle tiiirru In u Mnr.iliiml town fur 4(lyi'iiln, I siippo"e, nnd liusn't been live miles from Inimn slnse she whs k p.lrl. Her only son, u chnp nf iiIhiiiI S", on the contrary, has not liern wllhiii the miles of home for longer thiiii sis months in I lit- hint SOjcnrs. However, he keeps her poslnl ns to his whereabouts, nnd In nil tils wnnderliigs he does not forget her. When Inst lieMiil fnim hr hnd gut some kind of u position on bonrd the I'nltnl Slates reienue cutter Met iilloeli, the vessel Hint wua Dewey's ilNpiiteh bout at Miinlln, and Is nt present doing duty lietween nml the llrhrlng sea. About n week or ten dnys ngo I took dinner at her plare, nnd a flue country dinner It wns, too, ami I asked her hImiiiI her boy. "'Oh,' she responded with n smile that would make nnylxidy glml In hute tier for a mother, 'Jlminle is doing so well now. lie itnn't alwiijs get Into the best plnees, nnd I ntn nfrnid Hint sometimes he gets Into real bnd ones, but he Is turning oicr n new lent, I guess, for he hns gone to work wllh n preacher. He didn't mention whnt he wns, but thnt don't ninke. my difference, so long as Jlminle just works for him.' "I'm ghul to hear It,' I said. 'Who Is the preacher?' "'I don't know, except that his name Is Itev. Cutter McCullnch. I'll show Wlltril, flennlltnl Women. nvrty woman should hsve thf beauty, vivaritysnd vigor of perfect health. Astmng slntiMin is the lirsl essential In physical hemilt lu either msn or woman. of the firitnrss of the human race eomri Nine-tenth- for Strike Duty IMilny. STRIKE ASSUMING A SERIOUS ASPECT. Nkw YotiK.Jnly Si Knbcrt 0. Ingcr-Mi-ll died nt. his home in Irabbs Kerry, N. V., l'rlday nftcrnoou, of npople.y. Mr. Ingcrsoll went to his summer home In Dobbs l'erry tw o ilnys ngo fitly in goml health. Shortly nfter hisnrrlvnl there he eomplalm.il of n np-pa- rc tc slight Iim11"UIoii. Ho sciit l'rlday morning In hl room, Stun Thrown nt Every Cur Tlint and shortly before he wns stricken his C'anin Alontr on Wilson Armio wife olTcrcd to hnvu hi. luncheon sent mill l'curl .Street up to him so thnt he would not hnvo to walk down stairs to the dining-roolie laughingly replied thnt A Siil.l nf I'ollro I'srtUllj s.nraes.1 In below, while he did not feci ipille ns young ns I, ..pine llnlor Mitny llrnknn lUmli he used to, he giicsicd he wns not Hi Kr.ult-Atl.i.- ipt la lllnw I'p nud lie would Invalid yet an h I'sr uu s.urll.l Avsnu. go down with the others. As Cl.r.vM.sMi. O.. July Si -- The street lallwiiy strike l nsiiicnlnu it more tlirriitcnlin; aspect. At 4 o'clock I'riilnjr afternoon Mayor l'nrlry orilercil tlio naval reserves to prepare for strike iluty. This urgnil x.itliui, 101 strong, nrincil with t.ec ritles nml ( a 1 1 n i; - tish hem, and, at lirrnmes a msn of his hlooil, he pri In hinirlf on ln courage For several months thric hss lift n in his f.iniilv a rervsnt uliu has roiiiplelel)' terrnnreil his kiK the litter 1m mj the victim and not the riimnisndrr of htr ntrro. There was a tirnhlc row hrtneen mistress and maid last StitnnUv, and on Momlsy morn-InMrs llruee said to hrr Iiii'ImihI: An hiff 1 cannot stand Mary Jane nn longer. Won't you please dischsrgc her .before inn go to business tins morning? You know lic.'v afraid nf Iter I sin." "(rUin!v,"iplird Mr. Hrucr.with suave courage, "irriainly. 'Hie rrosset treature that ii rr (iiikml a rup or cleaned a kettle ran tint eon-- me." The valiant Archibald sursometimes prises himself and Ins friends by lloating along on a stream of alliteration. Procuring his hat and coat, he drv i lulrd to the basement kitchen, snd in stentorian tones lira ply addressed the servant ".Mary Jsne. nhem! I must hurry oil now. hut, ahem' Airs. Ilruie asked ine to tell you that she want", ahem' to speak to you after I have gone to the ollice!" San Francisco Nens Letter. A MAN OF PRUDENCE. He T!i n ii nlit n C'relmir Cellar Mlsiht Come In llnnil) When He Wns Mnrrlril. "Speaking of wives and their dispositions to the and tendencies," raid Mr. trowd in front of Ins stole, "thrre wa John llrimt. that lived for ten ears in I lip c) clone licit in Ksasss. trying to raie (urn and mortgages ami thing like tli.it. until he was able to hor row money enough to get hack to Mary land again without walking mote than haif way. John nunc right to ine, and I let him have.ijnh on my farm at 20 n month, for he was a hard worker and thrifty. At the end of the first year he had got the Widow Allen's promise to marry linn in Octoi.rr, and he rented a nice little fatm to do limine" again on his own hook. John was a unloncr himself, and being a evening cross-mail- s he It i la the proud IkmsI of Anliie Ilrnec that a hnciil ilescendatit of the great Scot- from weak digestion. Thousands of people, after years of ili.coiirngrtnc nt, have trifil HostrMir's StoiiMili Hitlers and n gained their health. There is nothing like it for the euro of stomai h troubles, rice that a private Itevenne Stamp (overs the neck of the ever 1 bottle. of deepest disgust on his coppery face, "She-bo'gtinr' exclaimed: Cleveland Flam Dealer. Indian who is credited with giving his nams to the city of ( hrhoigan. He had just returned from a long hunting trip through the northern wilds of the Michigan peninsula when the native nurse hiirnul forward and dashed his hopes hr telling him he waa the father of a third little daughter. The noble red man straightened up, ami, with a look y Ilrnthers In .tfltlellnn. The eiar can sympathise with that J ancient Depressed And Is It not due to nervous exhaustion? Things always look so much brighter when we sre In good health. How can you have coursRe when suffering with headache, nervous prostration and great physical weakness? Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits? By removing tho How? cause. Dy taking pendent. One-ali- Mrs. Henpeck The Kpiscopal funeral service is so beautiful 1 I want it read over me when I die. Mr. Henperk Certainly! There's something in it about "Here endeth the first lesion," isn't there? Katun City Inde- XllllMIr Mixed. Cnll-forn- anil ("mnlticr maKri-lla- chine Rims assembled nt their armory, y (in tfllilry street, at 0 o'clock, ami nielli slept there. Tliry are await-Itithe further orders of the mayor. I'rMav infill llierc nu rioting on WlUon .uremic ami on lVarl street. A liioli of 1 (XX I collcclcil on Wilson nvc-iiibetween I'ayne arriiue ami Superior street, anil threw stones at every ear that cainc alone;. A siiusil of 'Jd policemen trleil to keep order, nml only partly auccceileil, the disorder continuing until the car stopped running nt It p. in. They Mere coin polled tu charge the mob repeatedly, tuing their heavy riot clubs, ami many lnoUcn heads are the rcnult. One w made. A.i attempt was made to Mow up a street ear with dynamite atPtfO o'clneV l'rlday evening. The ear on nvcouo returning tu the I.aUc. View barns whrn a trrrlllc explosion oiH'iirred iiinlcr the wheel at Anna-ilnlnvruuc opposite tha residence of Henry A. Kvcrett, president of the llig Consolidated .Street Hallway Co. The wr was nearly Jolted from the track but was not ktopiKtl. The half dozen stsnngrrs on lonidwerc badly fright-- i iinl, but uiiuu of them were injured. Nu dinti was sustained by the ear aud It proceeded on Its Jouruer. There It tio clue to the perpetrator. About the mine, time on Petri street, on the south side, three street rall ay men. who had left the Holm-deavenue harua to purchase tobacco, were pursued by a howling inuk One of the fuel lve HriJ a revolver, but hit no one, and the bullet parsed through a large plate class wi.vdow ic ar-ic- st a powder for tho feet. It makes tight or new shoos easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet. Ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At nil druggists nnd shoe stores, sic. Trial packago KKHE bv mall. Address Allen K. Olmsted, Lc Hoy, K. Y. smaller niter using Allen's Foot-K.- trophies "What arc those the Filipinos wear around their necks?" asked the raw recruit. "Them's the medals for the century runs they've made during the war," replied the Kansas volunteer. Philadelphia North American. queer-lookin- Trophies of the I'hnse. wi Ku-di- d noiiEttr o. iMiltHPOt.r.. he finished was speaking and alKiut to rise he fell back in his chair, A physician wns Immediately sum moiled, but when he reached tho houso he found thnt Mr. Ingcrsoll had died almost instantly. Tho physician did not give the rauso of death, but tha famllr helievo it was due to apoplexy. Mr. Ingertoll's wife and two daughters were with him when he died. nnd Fever is a Iwttlo of Giiove's TssTr.Lr.ss The lies! I'rpsrrlpllnn fnr Cliltls Cuil.t.Tovir. His slmplyirounndniilnlneln i'ricc,50e. ut.istclcss form. Noeuro-nopa- y. A I rend briefly, ns might be expected: 'I am now with the Hev. Cutter MeCulloeh nnd doing1 w ell,' mid I smllrd softly to nij self, but I ncirr said a word to Jltnmle's mother."- )ou Jimniie's letter." "She dtil so, and there Kobertlt. Ingersollwas born In o iitin-iiulo- n u across the street. The street oat men sought refuge in a store, and at this time the hi1Icci arrived and charged Into the crowd, scattering it quickly. In the confusion u number of women who were in the crowd were thrown down and a little g rl was struck by n Millccinan'a dub and severely bruised. SILVER TeADERSCONFER. A I'lsii In Orcsnls Their Forres lalu lilsllncl I'arlr the 1'rlsrlpsl Tli.llis uf Discussion. f HICAflo, July Si -- While the members of the national committee were rnjoyinj; a view of the drainage canal l'rlday the silser leaders were in conference nt the Auditorium annex. Those present were: John I'. (icorire I"rnl Williams, James I Tnrvln, president of the league of bimetallic clubs of the Ohio valley; (.Sen. A. J. Warner, president of the American lllmctallle union; C A. Shlvcly, of Indiana, and Morton 1'rewen, the Kng-lis- h blinetalllst. It Is said thnt a plan to orgatilre the silver forces of the country Into a distinct party formed the principal theme uf discussion. It was not suggested as nu Immediate necessity, hut ns a contingency which future events might iu.ik not only expedient, but necessary. POLICEMEN WERE INJURED. Alt-gel- tnr w on tnw Iturkswar Asouus Line, lurk, Tltruwn r'foiii th lrark Klihtr la jr Arclilpiii ur llsslgn. During the (lays of the limitation the women took u rulhrr prominent part In the work. Once, nfter AhU'y Kelly, Ihn tnlenled (unkerrss, hnd spoken piiblh-el V Conn., n loenl mieislei her ns n ".Irrehel," nnd . .ili d a meeting in the town hall In protest ngnlnst the outrage on public dreem-v- . The Listener lei's whnt happened ,o n. Death came to him ns he had re- follows: "A large crowd the women cently expressed a desire that it filling one side of attended, f.ielng the hnll, their should. He often in old times said lords nud mnsterv who were he wished to die slowly, with a full on the other side. The mini t rend Musaiousiiess, so he might tell those the chapter of fit. Paul which applies about htm how It felt. Itrccntly h( to the subject, laying especial sir on experienced n change of desire to die the texti 'Wives, obey jour 1'f.linnds.' Then he declaimed long nml I. nolv on painlessly nml without warning. the proper sphere of women, ni.il deINGERSOLL nounced nil lhoc who departed from It to oblnlu educations which were not r.lljah I. llriiwn't Opinion ot Itii adapted to their modest duties In life, Infills! slnrrrr In Oppotl or to liecomn public trnchers or speaklion In ( lirllltllt-- . ers. He hnd Just finished his discourse, having clinched It with n final rhetoric-n- l . I.MHANAi-oi.iaInd., July Si Iter. flourish nliotit woman's sphere, when Kit jail I'. Ilrown, founder of the Ham's suddenly the lloor timbers on the womIlotn, lu earlier life was an Intldc', but en's side of the house gave way, nml every womnn nnd girl wns dropped Into 13 years ngo he turned (,'hristlan aud tho cellar. And there, from ntnldst the became a preacher. Concerning "Hob" Ingcrsoll he says: tangle of bruised women and rotten timbers, nn elderly wbmon's voice wns "During the years when I was au unbeliever myself Ingcrsoll was my heard rising: 'Well! I hopo we've I I knew him and reached our proper sphere now!' unpatron saint. derstand that Torrlngford is n strongloved him, nud never missed nn hold of advanced views on the subject opportunity to hear him spenk." ot woman' education to thladay. Buch He was sincere nnd honest In his oppoIs tha Irouv of fste." sition to Christianity, nnd he wns not talking for money, ns generally supTHE MARKETS. posed, but because he earnestly de( ISI ISNA1I. July) sired to do good. Ho was n mistaken 3 ls a 4 10 mau, as every Christian knows but he I.lVK-T5 43 S SelicA M U 7 23 l air IhchnI Uvut was au honest one. I think he wns CAI.X 1 ft'i it I IV and lu ary I ever knew man the greatest-hearteI iKU kers I ik is I 33 4 hi ft 4 00 Lit Klilrn-r- i. who wns not a Christian." 10 IIKKI'--n. 3 in ice t.A.Mii-- , II &oi Snrlne OUR NATIONAL GAME. 3 30 a 3 U Kl.lll It i inter intent t.l! IN- - Wtieai N i i re.1 it Tl N 3 nu ft ml I'Unrlniiil I'lsjr 1 no i naliliictoii Q. J.VJ ('.in S'u. uiUed 3 Oils sf.i u III limn, I'sfh Inning n Itie No. i it Is) riillsdolpllls. ritlstiuf ell HAY Pflinr In choice J0 TS 1'HOVIMO.No .Mesopork... . I. oil "li 1'lrst (Wme. I.' HUTTEIt Ciuileo Julty -u. n7 S3 I II tc. lnnlnirs Pi line to clinic creamer) . II li J (I II 0 l- l- 1 I AI'Pl.KS-f- n. 0 Wa. hint-tolie lofiiiiiy .. 0 0 11 I I 0 I 0 5 .l 0 I'lrirlaml 00 U I a Nsw. perliil .... COJ'AiOt lUllrrlcs -- Mercer ss.1 Duncan; Collilluixr Cllll'Alia UaRiicy and Pl.OCIt Winter patent ind SilincuniusU Umpltei 3 ii IW den. N". Y.. August 11. IiSS. Ills father was n rongrcgntlon.il clergyman of such liberal views that hi was persecuted for them, and In his early life Hubert U. Ingcrsoll imbibed an intense which grew with hatred of his growth aud tinally made liim an aggressive opponent of nil gcncially received forms of religion. have been yet No arrangements made for the funeral, but It will prnli-abltake place on Monday at the house, ami the interment will K-- In Sleepy Hollow cemetery nt Tarry-toy Ircv WOMAN'S SPHERE. Aa Inelilrnl of the Ilnjs at Ik) Aatl MtsMrr Aifllaflnn Cnneillul. of a man, he went to work right auay putting the farm and the house into shape. One day 1 haplwmd over his way, and found In in digging a hole in the bxi k ant. "What's tk.vl for?' says I, walking around and looking over things. '"That's a cjclone lellar, Mr. Itiikum sai he. " 'A ryelone cellar?' says I, considerably atonihnl. 'What do ou want a cyclone cellar for? 'Thi ain't Kansas.' ""I know it ain't,' says he; 'hut you know, Mr. Itiskiim,' nnd he got very confidential, 'I'm going to git married, and a cyclone ull.ir may rome in mighty handy occasionally.' Wailuni'Xon Star. practical sort MtSwallers t hear that you put a stop to your wife's gnuig through your pockets. MrSwitters Yes. "How do jou work it?" Berlin "Put tarks in your pockets. (Md.) Herald. To Care a Cold In One Dr Take laxative Ilromo Ouinlno Tablets. All druggists refund money if It falls to cure. SSc. flood Ileason. Orandma "I wouldn't eat that hard apple in that way, Willie." Willie "I shnuliln t think you would, grandma. I wouldn't either 7 didn't have no more teeth 'n you've got." Philadelphia Ilulletin. Putnam Fadeless Dyes are the easiest narkace lives in the world to use. No complicated directions, do not stain the hands or spot the kettle. Putnam Fadeless Dyes will not rub oil, wash out or fade. Sold by uruggtsts at luc per package. - Sesr liame, It gives activity to all parts that carry away useless and poisonous materials from your body. It removes the cause of your suffering, because it removes all impurities from your blood. Send for our book on Nervousness. ) To keep In good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Ayer's Pills euro con stipation and biliousness. WrNm to our Dooiorn, 7erhart jtm would Ilka to eocinlt soma eiulopnt pbjtlelsns shout your coDdltlnn. Then writs vi freplj all th psHlenlsri In voiir cue. Ton wilt receive a prompt rvplv. without en it. Aldrsss, CO. J. C. ATER. Lowell. Hsil. SHAPE OF' AN ANAESTHETIC As Described by nn Imminent peclal 1st Wlin Unit I'snl One In nn" w GREAT-HEARTE- (irl "I have been troubled a area! dsal constipavrlth si torpid liver, which Where He I.inded. firiggs "What be- tion. I found CASCAKF.TS produces you elslm to be all of yours who failed for them, snd seoured such relief the tlrst trial, It is a IUth physician who tells the follow- came of that ing: hp got on thst I purchsseit another supply snd wss comin business about a year ago? Has "Some time ago I happened to spend the his feet again?" Ilriggs "Xo; he 19 still on pletely cured. I shall only be too glad to recommend Cascarets whenever the opportunity night m a i mm try town not far from llvth my hands. Onto state Journal. Is presented." J. A Smith. and it happened that thrre was stopping sfM nusqueaaana Ave., I'nusaeipnia, at the same hotel an itinerant cje specialhad given me up, I was After physicians ist. saved by Piso's Cure. Kalph Krieg, CANDY "We drifted into a eonvertation, and Pa., Nov. 22. 1893. during the eoiirie of the evening he told r sJBBS MAHTIC me mine of the marvelous operations he The man hal performed on the eve. One case in iii.'.c iu kc.who doesn t believe in signs iy ilteil partuular he smkc ol that (aiisul me Philadelphia Record. paoiv uu 1113 Clonics. considerable for didn't astnnihmeat, know, I confess that the oieration had tssdi uaxn ntaisTisso who goes through life alone genThe He said he erally man been suctcstfully performed. had irientty taken out a patient's eye, News. has poor company. Chicago Daily si raped the hack of it, and returned it to its proper place. The patient, he said, was Plesssnt, Pslstsbls, Potent. Taste flood. Tsa Hall's Catarrh Care Good, Meter Sicken. Wesson, or Gripe. 10c. KcCOo never troubled by bad eyesight afterwanl. Is taken Internally. Price 75c. I hat was a uillicuit operation, doctor: ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... raid I. Il.rfl.f tSk.r., fetMlr..!, I.w TmS. v " 'Yes,' said he, 'it was.' "Keeping at it" is a mightv good substiSola snd cnirsnteed br slldrnf-"'1 suppose you found it necessary to tute for real genius. L. A. W. ilulletin. Un.Tn.Rlfs si.uioctJKETottsccoHsMu n employ an anaesthetic?' t " 'Vc. I did." lie admitted. " 'What anaesthetic did you use, doctor?' I persisted. "'Oh. well, unless sou are familiar with stuh operations y.m probably wouldn't SBsllHBsis3W If vdrull anil 8c rmw PrcMCCdratcr. understand 'f I were to tell you. Hut hvtportor. I'umri, ttc. tlltntrttfd well, it was shaped something like a spoon," ct&ioriirre. 4.u. luwrTQt a wii. irrtoiT,iciu explained the nmncnt specialist." I:wi( ton t.Mc.) .lourjal. i-- an Oprrallon. Lazy Liver Ul 1 Inr rr, CIDER MACHINERY. xvvs-X- Oi tmti-her- s I'.- . IIOU--Coa- rse d MK-h- 111 llilvr-ritlii- llrtls & R n . July Si About S o'clock Saturday morning n car on tha nvcuuu line, loaded with 13 policemen, was thrown from the track nt the curncr of Kockaway and Duinout n venues. All of the policemen, who wore en route to Canarslc, wcro more or less injured. The affair Is supposed to have been tho result of a misplaced switch. Whether this la the result ol su accident or design on tho part of he strikers Is nut known nt this time. Nk.w Yoiik, Itocli-nwity I. uihaiiL Innln-rs- . Srrond (lame. 3 leu tillAI.N Wneii'-.- Va S". 3 Cnii'ago spring COHN N . JlflrUml .... Hultcrlrs IVn.hlnKUni .30000 0000 I I 23 4 & 6 7 U ft l)- -n. 3 I '.' O0 0 0H Dlnren unJ Kltirlilxe; Hales ami Silincimsol. L'mpltos (iaffnojr anil l.alhum 8 - 57 3 II. r. I I S OAT llllth l.AHll km: S.s -- Inninj IMtlsburiili 2 3 4 5 a7 ii B. rtiiiaiiciphu Hunt. 0UU060OUO-HII- 3 ii r lUurrlo Chfsliro nl Mil'uiUinl. L'milie t i : mo sml SUirncr. WHIN M'.W YOltlv. KI.Ol'll Winter p.itvnt WIIKAT no i re.1 s.iain te. S jll'iid !.MIxe.t...... Danuhuc bMarlKuwl urnl o t- -i t ) Itaw thn t'lullt Stnnil. Clut.s....V. I. IV. Cluhs ....W. U IV Hi .'M ( Inilnnali.JU 38 .&iW lliihkl)n. U to tUO I'lltstmr Ii '7 : Hi II. utiin Sulil. l Illrrlrle lUllwsr Onltred I3 New Ynrk.M 4) .liv IMillailelp-tt.llM Du Aiim 111., July Si- - Master In St. J,nuW....l(l M .8! l,uulstlllr.3i 43 .lit Clileaifii.. ..II W W Ws.hln'n 30 W Chancery I'lim 1'rlday made n rcKrt Ualtlmore .11 31 nivelaiiil 13 Of on foreclosure proceedings uf bond-Ir Helens. filer of the City IMcctrlo Knilway 1'i.nk HixtT, Atk., July Si - Tim to. recommending that roud be race war In Chicot county has bold. A decree ordcilug a sale was granted. The amount due bondhold- been settled and pcaco reigns there Friday night. Onu Whlttnker, who ers Is StVS,0Od. li nit stirred up u bitter feeling on the rriilillillliinlos Nominal a Mats Tlrkst part of the blacks, wns ordered to leave riiii.AHt;i I'liiA, July SI Tho prohicommunity aud lost uo tlmo lu was held here the bitionists' couventiun catching a tralo. l'rlday nml n state ticket was nomitonilllloii of III Tremury. nated. Washington, July VS. Friday' Laii( isd. I Nkw Yiiik, July Si K. DeOrovc statement of the condition of the I.a"ge, unco tho champion amateur treasury shows: Available cash 82TU,6tt7,01S( gold reserve, Jf three-milwalker of America, died 1'Uday at hU homo 'n this city, SiWl n e HIT- - M'xeit I'Oldv N n Muss I.Allli Wcsiern II.U.TIMOHK. Pl.OCIt -- S'ainlly tlltAIN Wlie.il N'sSrcl otiiueiit Coin Mliett Oats Nu. J lilin Itn- - Nu. 3 western CATTI.K First iualltr INIUANAl'OI.IM OIIMV Wheat. No 3 ml ... Torn No. 3 mixed Oa'S-N- tho value of obtaining; the liquid laxative; principles of plants known to be Hound Trip From mcdlcliinlly laxative and presenting Hound Trip From them In the form most refreshing to tho taste aud acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect streufrtlicnitifr laxaHamden, tive, cleansing tho system effectually, rilllnir the inp. The Wight boy of fiction is playing with dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Round Trip From his N'oah's ark. gently yet promptly nnd enabling ono "What tre these two rhips of wood?" to overcome habitual constipation perthe bnght hoy's father. manently. Its perfect freedom from U n ctctssary for the bright boy of ficWith rorrcspondlnflr low rstes from all every objectionable quality and subtermedlate ijjlnts. Tbe best equipment of Iter tion to have a lather, you know; there has stance, and its acting on tho kidneys, Company will be placed la ibe seivlre. TleketsJ to lie somebody to draw him out. liver and bowels, without and eoIok "Them, replied the bright hoy, without or irritating them, make itweakening will bo rood return only on above date, days wllk Inwithin be irooit the ideal cluding for of passage additional16 lntarmi- -, hesitation, is the microbes!" dste sale. For 13 Of c nurse, if wc think a minute, wc per- laxative. lty. tlon consult Ascots n. & O. H I'ISW In tho process of manufacturing figs there mutt have ceive O. V. .flcCAIITl', tien. Pass. Agt-- . 3JI.s 3."a crobe that the ark. Detroitbeen a pair of mi- are used, us they are pleasant to tho Journal. on l 2Cs CINCINNATI, 0. taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho Din St III i) .UnUc Thai n llnslness, remedy aru obtained from senna and Pilson Arc you going to take part in that other aromatic plants, by a method EDUCATIONAL. III . 3 73 known to tho CAiironNiA F10 Stbup piessing contest? Dihon Oh. no; they'd rule me out as a Co. only. In order to get its beneficial 3S 1 a."( prolesiiniMl effects nnd to avoid imitations, please "Professional?" remember the full name of the Company or:, .,(, u SJt IV "Yes; vim knew I am connected with Oic printed on tho front of every package. Prepare tor Government Aesdemles snd Cnlltse. lull Commercial rnursn. Mslor it. 1'. HYATT, it t JJ weather bjreau." Ohio State Journal, A. StTrlnen'Sl, WKfcT I.KIIA.NON. N, 11. tl ii ft- Justice In the AVcst "Heard a couple of good ones on th, trip," announced one of Detroit's travehif itch. "At a little ton in Oklahoma com! was in scMion. and 1 dropped in nhile waiting for the tram. The prumiition hal laken the testimony of a stationary engineer, and the attorney for the defense took hold. "Where were you the day this thing happened?' he inquired. " 'Itunnin' a initin.' "'What tribe did he belong to?' "The dav before a case had been tried In which a man had climbed to tUe top of a Il ,. I,..!., il.l.ll, . . 1.1,1 .... Ull i.. U ...!.., .1.. ,l ,-1I...I .... 1.. 1. ,i.. Ml. The ear started down gr.ule. gained speed lapnliy lor live miles, ami then turned a somriau!t over nn cmliatikmrnt. His collar bone wis broken and he got a verdict a smart lawyer convinced for WOO the jury that the lailroad was gmiy of conTree Prcis. tributory negligent."--Detro11 e it Will ran the first excursion of tbe Season from tbs West to ATLANTIC Angast 3d. 180U. ' , I CITY AnA other Bearoast points. At verj low rates. Round Trip From ltounJ Trip From $15.00 $14.00 ' i ' Mrnui- eliects All Excellent Combination. lhc pleasant method and beneficial 01 or Flos, incnufactured by the California I'io Svnup Co.. illustrate ipe well Known remcur. Louisville, Seymour, N. Vernon. Cincinnati, Blanchester, HlLLSBORO, $13.00 Portsmouth. $12.60 Chillicothe, Wellston, Jackson. Athens. $12.45 -- tls Marietta. lc 1 S-- 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY BLUM JSUHtAllONIRtl 101, :J) 4 7.V io Stilus tl 31 I M'i MiJ HI ILtcon "I can't understand why ye'ir wife ralla thut Wagnerian stuff hcirfrly miuic." Kghcrt "Hci.uise it sounds like thunder, 1 suppose." Vonkcm Statcs.nan. Miss Kthel "Music always makc mc fed sad: doesn't it you, Mr. Nids?" Mr tv "Ves: but I like i- t- it's nw fully jolly tu fill sad, don't y' know." lltuokl) n Life. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO, OAL. NKW TOBK. W. T. LOUISVILLE. KY. I'or sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle, nds K. II. I Vnnlllo Co.. I.nkrvlllt, Conn., lrr..poi.dvnr K.-- SrSuvl, 8.rlos0.1d, Mw. Write for Mrttculsra. A. N. B 1770 lllki. IV c Klein j fs Money Making Outfit -- :rrV.-.- ?., V I III VIIKX VVHIT1.M1 TO AltVEKTIHr.US .eise slMle tbitt you saw tho Advcrils. sscut In is l paper. Aids Digestion, Kegulites tie tfoweu, Males TMlMng Easy. TEETHIHA Relleies tbs Bowel Troubles of Children of Aoj Age. Costs Oalr S3 Cents. Ask Your Dnurgtst fox It. o. i mind . ,. (i 3 T3 ss t 4 70 31 S7 I.OUISVII.I.K. No. 3 red . I'l.OCi:. UltAIN-W- M's I.Alttl Slcam POItK ir:i t)a he Wlttertuient M M xil xrd v ... i rt (u, f) Til 31 a dt The scarcity of men should never result in making a poor one more desirable, hut it unfortunately does. Atchison lilobc, inurl. of the hanninehi nf lif .1pnn.li on wnether jou will give up your solo fora part in iiumiioiu.- - ii.iih Horn S- tt 6 eethinA TEETHING POWDERS W - mm SsEisslS To euro, or monoy roiUndod by your merchant, so why not try it? bal-nnc- e, Price BOo. BEREA COLLEGE REV. Wm. Q. PROST, The Counties. mint rewh tlir el llor on Saturday rrvrtMlnn date nl lsm' On nccount of lack of space many Copy for tlil I'c I'Mtment SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Hilled liy Mm Kur. Hen-i- THE SCHOOL. Ktlltnl by Mm. Kills. It Vntlw lvn of Hie Normal lepartment Hre t'ollege A word to tho teachers whoie schools nro just leginiiing. Perhaps one of tho greatest practical dillicul-tiethat wo meet is tho iiestion of "seat work" for the loner grndes while tho higher ones nre recite. We find in our school journals no lack of suggestions for "busy work" but so many of thsm require kindergarten material or for somo other reason seem lieyond our reach that I want to give a few simple plans that can 1k carried out iith almost no cxeiise. Sometime I )ww to have a longer talk with you aUiut the imiHirtaiice of writing out ns careful a dally plan for your children's study hours as for the recitation periods. Hut in jiitt as far as we may with material at hand let us carry out this one principle, Let busy work Im riliicntitmal, not a mere s time-killer. THE FARM. hilled by s. t M Ph. D., President. NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 18991900 General Insluclors: The College Faculty. Special Instructors: Airs. Vocuni, iMrs. Hunting, Mrs. Putnam, Tutor Mathcny. Lecturer: Dr. Alayo. interesting items fromcorres)otidents had to ho left out. I'iimam. Teacher In CcllfSf K. im r. Ilerta Collet (rwnftNiMffiA ski", l'rt'fsof of ltorilcu.1 When the piko company system is Conwny. allowed to preiail It is evident that A. J. Johnston moved from this tho public pays more, fortho privilege plnce to Heron last week where he will be engaged in snw mill work. of having n road than I have indicatJohn Wood, who hns Ieeu clerking ed alKivo. It pays interest, coat of for H. C. Kichardson - Co., left remaintenance and in most cases a Berea College has always been famous for its teachers. The Stato cently for his homo at Lexington. handsomo profit added. W. Hart and her brother Mrs. A. Superintendent his stated thnt Berea does more for the Common Schools It stands to reason that on tho of Kentucky thnn any other institution in tho State. Its teachers ore wanted left last week for Lexington to seo whole tho public will get the best their brother, Leslie Geers, who is everywhere. roads for the money when the roads The Normal Department is organized to givo the best training possible to very til with lover. Classes are so arranged as to accommodato teachora, and teachers. are free nud admiiiisteriil by the experience, in teaching may count in tho course. Its diploma is the highest Sunday, 0, . , , county under aupHrt of a public tax, fence I1BTP wl!ere he expected to irnt mk'imr for ,ln'1 r1"11' " 1 ,nl" recommendation for scholarship and training. yet such is the inconsistency of tho houso, in id a feuco tight his two lovs until school logins and aliout the Preparation in the human vote that he will not vote to then he wifl put them in school. enough so tint pigs and chickens can tax himself for as good a rood as ho T. T. Simmons and Dan Goodman nnt'get through it and come into the! Teachers' Grammar School Course. would pay toll for. gavo 1111 entertainment here Thursday yiird.RTheylshould have n yard by evening, July 20. It wiih well attend VMKTKIl. sriiiNis. Tho idea thnt I want to get before r.ui. ed and tho jx'oplo seemed to enjoy themselves and not stray all over the1 my renders is that they can gut iu place. When you have 11 goal fence! themselves very much. Civil Government. I'hysiologv roads or any thing else just idsjut you cau go to work to fix up things! PI Wlthors : what they pay for. but that it will lie, Tarbcll-- H technic) about the house, lint if you do not Heiilien Hurley is visiting his Harvey's (irammar and KxerrlMnlnlrltcrwrit-fucourt- - lor techer. ntxl bRInts in Jackson. have the fence it will be of no utui to. Often the children do not havn a profitable investment to pay for .Material used from Snow Bound, Stories cl form-- , with analysis, Willie Grillin, a son of Jntnes Grif- - try to improve things alsjut the houe. loks, and while that is serious draw-fin- , good roatls, Mter roads than they Kentucky IIItory. and Miles Standlsh. a j pantos, ml corrco-tlodied Friday night. , for of fle stutnx. of vour m)r ,vjI ,H.' back to the carrying out of our urtlin- - now have. Better roads will advance ""chool, I the value of your produce by making Geo. Drew and wife were guests of After ll.jlrv)In'!i .l,u,,uc,'K rifel.t anay .IUVB tiut ttl0 ln0flt ,)XC,.iIplt HOrk it cost Ray's Revised Fritter's No. 7. Mr. and Mrs, E. Mullins Sunday. les to get to tho market and IPtlrM it. hllilt nlnnr nit tlin nnpiw.rs it .1...... I . sr. Principles, Methn.l, awl l"rublein. llir..l a Rev. Dan Mullins preached at the "I ."""'" 19 X the yanl, raking up the leaves andj eieu with very few iKwks. Jcuer, reduce the priest of what you use by we White Oak Church last Sunday. milking thoc articles cost less when Si ohips and burning them. When you, !!!"! Samuel and Cleveland Smith I bruught to your door. Better roads havethenholedoor-y.n- l visitingtheirsisterinJacksonCounty'once rkel ?. Study Tcrlod. with Teachcy's aid. will make your lauds more valuable .1 Mrs. Kind? Miillirm i TiHitini' lu.r ;uu nTr u m'"' cuauce 10 worn. can uoi iw luruisneo. remaps nearbecause more profitable and also behusband in Clay, where he is running Go to the woods and get a few shape ly all of our school-wormay be V. 8. History. Het tent, with outline and ireotTrai'hlcal studies. a mill. ly cedar trees or some nice maples classed under three heads, taking in, cause more people will desire to have Jep Mullins, John McKinney, and set them out in places where working over, giving out, or acquir- them if you want to (ell. Better roads ing, assimilating, expregsiug. Let Green Cress and wife, of Level Green, they trill add to the leauty of the kre on our blackboard if we ui will give you and your family more of Rrading. Monday, Wednesday, (Friday at 2;3C). are visiting relatives at this place. can comfort iu life, mors chance for eduO. W. Selection from Hawthorne's True Cable' story book. The school of this place will begin place. Then get an iry or some other rossibly spare a corner of it some cation and society Helmet Storlce from Kew and religion. nuestion about the out door world. Aug. 1. Mr. French will teach it for climbing vine and plant it where it England, What is a good rosdT What birds have you seen to day, It is the the second time. We are glad to com- can clamber over the house. Tuesday and Thursday. Jfaa.'t. T Are thsy rosd over which a team can haul loads mend him as a good tsacher. BOAt. hde we are setting out trees and What were they doing building nests nowt Are there any with the least exertion Thursday. Compemlim. Dleputanta all tht tray. vines we must noi torget the grsM ants Horticulture Lecture Friday. Miss Minnie Lake is visiting friends which we want to have come in uice Havenear here! Are they all alike? The capacity of a road is what a you watched them at work) at this place. Manual Training or Domestic Industry, Including Drawing, four and thick all over the yard, like a car How many different kinds of trees do given team can haul over it trorst Mrs. Sam Burns is somewhat imnoun. pet; tow a little grass seed in the bare you pass in coming to school! Are ytare. If you start to town with a Reading Friday. proved in health. there any you do not know! Do you cord of wood and soon come to a mud Rev. Wilson Williams preached at spots and be sure to keep down the know a tree by its bark as well as by hole over which your team can only rank weeds which are sure to grow, its leaves 1 These and hundreds the Tanyard Sunday. The Normal Course. pull bslf a cord then your road is a A Miss Johnston is teaching the even id me unoei weatiier and the more similar questions will at the most unfavorable soil. This course requires three years beyond the Grammar School, fits for Tanyard school this year. rosd, though you might children to observing things alwut half-corI have not said anything vet about them. Then for slate work, ask (juvu OUie cxamiuauouB, auu securer) a uipiuiua. nuj uud ioiiu 111 them pull a cord easily for of Rev. Thomas Murrel preached at flowerbeds, for the native : taste of the to express some of the things that progress and helps in teaching. The studies are arranged aa follows Crane Creek Church July 16. girls will generally attend to that. It they have discovered, as, Write me the way. How many miles of rosd rixsT. can you know where the mending of R. F. Burns sold flOO worth of l is very nice to have a few nice flowers. all you can about one bird Arithmetic, 5; Grammar, S; Elocution, &; Drawing, 3. Tail. stock, one yoke of cattle, and a pair but do not get so many that you can have seen to day. Write thethat you a hundred yards to the mile would story of Algebra la, 5; Physical Geography, 5; Theory and Drawing, 5; WiKTia. of mules. not keep them weadeu and cut out. an ant-hilDraw the picture of four make that road carry much larger Gtof raphy. 3. ' Jor an overgrown and untidy flower-hi- s Mr. William Anglin began mowing different tree leaves ana put the name load? Would it not pay the men and Algebra lb, 5; Botany.5; Clvlra, 3; Reviews, 3; Book keeping, J. Braiso. large meadow last week, but he 'hed spoils the looks of what might under the picture, or if the children Notice that the rtndli ol the first year coer review of all subject necessary soon found that his guard was miss- - otherwise bo a pretty yanl. In atlili are too young for that, just the pic boys on any such mile of road to turn certificate. for first cl tiou to flowers a few ferns will help if ture. Choose some special tree near out nud fix those bad spots without ing and ho was obliged to stop. SECOSD. the call of any road-bosMrs. Bright Chastine died on July, Jou have a spring near which can be the school and let it be drawn, Drawor tax colAlgebra 11a, 4, Composition, J; Physiology. &: Drawing, 3. TilX. 16. At 4 r. M., on that day friends ' turned in its course enough to fur-an- ing is to le used Jretlu as a means lector! Algebra lib, 4; Practice, S: HMoryla, 5, Higher Arithmetic. 3. I have on two occasions, Wi.htik. Music, 2. neighbors gathered at the house nish the nmlwl supply of water. A of expression, not with the idea of since I have lived in Beres, had pieces Algebra lie, 4. Practice, J: History lb. 5; Higher Arithmetic. 3. Braisr.. ferns in a making something pretty. and the funeral was conducted by nice bank of maidsn-hai- r Muiic, 2. th yard will help us Of more mechanical devices then of inountaiu roads put in repair for Rev. L. R. Rowlette. Mrs. Chastine i 8nn'T. P'aw? THIRp. summer (lavs are many. Iry this. If you can, get Iprivato purposes aud the benefit was leaves a husband and four small ch - lo 'r1 C001 " ,ue . r aw K a f When we have a nice yard wo shall a five cent box of toothpicks. Cut i ....v..Mt-,- i . .AMin:,il Iwij fllllivin Geometry or rhysics, 4: Clawicn, 5: Cities, 5; Practice, 3. Fall. uren. .iwfui.cA. Geometry or Fhysici, 4; English Literature. 5; Theory abd enjoy sitting out of doors more than a numU'r of them into inch lengths. near who began to use the rosd to get Wiktir. Wildlo. Reviews. 5; History of Education, 3. no ifo now. have some If you cannot get the picks shave out out Miss Bessie Fish is visiting at Oak rustic benchesThen we can of their produce or luirk nud wood. Geometry or Physic, 4, Psychology, 5: Word Study, 3. Reviews, 2 Smimo. made out saplings some sticks an inch long. Give each Hill this week. School Administration. 3. But why had they not worked the iDieii iiuu various snapts, put to . M.il.l .in .. .. u ktmii; lull! Ptll .n, H. H. Wood. Sfiuire Tate, aud Bo gether 111 any stvle we please. Thev b......I..:.. I t? Ace r.iimu mini juu nuui nunc. ..n roads themselves T The roads had gie Philips attended the Convention "uimiirciiB w 3vuu 11 limn unit! now many tonus cau ue made with IwH'ti there iu thwtr dilapidated condiCourse. Teachers' Normal at Lexiugton last week. 01 doors where we cau rest and. onlv four sticks." out When von Imut Misses Phamy and May Richard- be refreshed by the sight of the ferns, one", draw it for me to see. Do not tion for years, so had tho mcu. The For the convenience of persons already engaged iu teaching the following course is provided, occupying tho Winter and Spriug Terms of three years.i son returned to'their home at Con ay and (lowers, the grass and tho trees.) show vour work to myoie till you men had ent many an idle tiny that Thursday after a visit with Mrs and so we may forget nil the hard are all done. Later give five sticks, I could testify to. Why not have iu study, while the FallTerin is given to teaching in the public schools. work for a short time and bo fresher and you will be surprised at the Brook. milled to the value of their proHrty FIKsT. more ready for it w hen we must creased number f figures. T. T. Simmons gave an illustrated Then ami of their produce nud have Iwne-fitte- d Teaching in IiMlc Schools Fall Cuban Lecture iu the Christian take it up again. So manv littlM use tho sticks for niiiulwr work, English, ft Thiory and I', s. History. S. Arithmetic. Wimter. the public by fixing up thnt Church Friday night July 21, with things there are which help to'Iighten' Stones or beans can Ixt us til f.ir OeocrapUy. 3. carts and help us along and we can counters and the sticks for the signs, road I Wliy don't you, good attendance. Arithmetic. 5: Grammar. . Clvlo, 3. Review. 3. Physiology 3. f rmsfl. review of all subject" rmta-arKotlre thnt the studies of the tir.t ysar Mrs. Georgia Coddington of Scaf- get them with a little work if we will! Next week we will talk of gome other the worst sot on the road past your '1 simple and practical busy work. fnr Srst class rertlltaite. farm fold Cane aud Floy Blazer of Greenfield, 0., were iu town Tuesday, SECOSD. the Gritliii hoys were killed. Rob! Chas. Herd aud wife, of Washinir- Miss Blazer is spending a few weeks: Clay Teaching In Public Schools. Fall. I'hilpot and the other Grillin boy are ton, aro visiting his mother in South with Mrs. Coddington. Algebra la, 5. Physical Geography, 5; Higher Arithmetic, 3. Winter. Oglo. wounded very badly. Practice, i: Music,.'. ltooneville. The Cincinnati Coo pent ire Co'h . 1. u ir p,.,io.M at Algebra lb, 5; Botany, J: Higher Arithmetic. 3. Practice, S: SFKI.N&. The iustitute conducted by A. C. teams are being kept busy hnuliug ' nright Shnde. Leslie Music, 2. Meshraan had a good attendance. staves rom dacitson io. to midie: . .. LV It r l1 THIRD. Hydon Jones .t Smith are havintr riuitn a ,c,.""ou " ''e,Pu I?l rinevuie, visit Mrs. Yocum from Berea was pressnt. C1 Teaching In Public Schools. aaiumaj. Fail.. lot of staves hauled here from the Will Roberts left Suuday for Big Misses Katie Hampton of WinchesEnglish Literature, 5; History la, 5: Theory and Review, 5; WmiR. The teachers institute is being Creek where ho will teach. same placo. ter, and Nannie Hampton of Jackson, History of Education, 3. IirIiI at Mmil,.ul.. Sl.Io ...!. Rufus Roberts is visiting Capt. are visitiug relatives in South ltooneSprimo. Psychology, S; History lb, 5; Word Study, 3: Review, 2; Echool JackSOn Miss Nellie Dickenson of Mauches- - Bowling's family this week. ville. Administration, 3. ter, will tonch the lower Otter Creek Tynor. Our tenchers' examination was held Hiram Brock hns organized a Sun E. F. .Evans is building a new store school, nt this place Inst Friday aud Satur- l at itists Creek, Students admitted to this course must give evidence of having taught at The small son of Thos. I'rWl..ri,-- l The Leslie County Institute will lxl day. We hoMi the Isjys and girls least one term under a County Certificate and may be required to make up house at Mc Whortor. Edward Anderson, the mechanic, is fell from a horse and broke his arm held next week in tho Academy build- - passed lxittcr than heretofore. special deficiencies in common school studies in the Grammar School. The , tjj . uvuujui a hi nun now working in Uwsley County, msi weeu. . " ,j ilJJlUUia Sjlausvi uu uiiipic.wu Ji uv joiiii u. 1 larKsiou, a lormer Ntll- ing, where he will remain for some time. experience. Dr. Smytho, ourdentist, leaves for dent of Berea College, has paid a visit Skldmoro. Prof. Miles E. Marsh, of Berea, was Simon B. Delph.of I'iueville, is visit-her- Barbourville next week where he will to friends in this county. Oome again Expenses. at-- 1 ing at this place, locate success to him. John, when you can. in free. The fee for incidental expenses of heating and caring, tend tho 17th inst. on his way to Tuition the Teachers' Iustitute at Man-- , I he .Master Lommissiouer sold ser-- i Most of the teachers are attending for class rooms, library, ciiapel, etc., is M.tHJ eacti term. JJooka are oral pieces of proerty last Moudav. the institute this week. at least possible cost (free iu Grammar School.) Board and room cheater. A large and eager crowd met at) Boo Lick Lewis Root, a Berea student, will Two town lots were sold. Prof. Wal can be had for from $ 1.50 to 52.00 a week. Students pay a fee of twenty-fiv- e Mr. A, J. Cress legau public school cents a term to the hospital, which entitles them to advice, care at their Jiauiuen ibi ween to near uev. j. u. teach school on Hed Bird near Wm. ton bought oue and Theo. Lewis the other. here Monday. rooms while ill, and care aud board at tho hospital, with reduced doctor rsumuir wm'tiK in opposition 10 tue B. Asher's. Leslie County claims tolm the most David Adams died at his home near bills, if seriously sick. All privileges of the College are open to Normal Mormons, out lor some reason, Norman and Wesley Frost are visit to us, the speaker failed to ing Mr. Manning this week at Man progressive county is the mountains. Quail last week, age !7. students, and every term brings growth. come. We regret it very much. Wo never have auy feuds. Schools Mr. E. 0. Gooch returned home chester. Terms Open Churches und every thiug that makes from Lancaster last week. Collingsworth Richard Lovins, an aged citizen of lor tho upbuilding of a county is in Miss Elva David Baker and wife of this place and classes begin as follows: county, was lound dead near the dorsed aud helped. We need a rail begin school Brooks of Eubauk will July ,'U at district no. are at Chestnut Flat teaching a sing- tins Fall Term, September 13. mouth of Goose Creek. He bad been road most of all. Somo politicians Rev. Long preached a vory intering school. Winter Term, December 13. . a. a. ma out with some men and it is supposed criticise me t,. x 1 hey (tou t live esting sermon at the Christian Church Spring Term, March 14. James Roins of McKee who was mm ue was muruereo. in this part of the county. We believe Sunday. is wise to begin with the first day of the term. It suffering from a wound, is getting Onodla. in the L.Ac N. If they will build a lstoe Wurron was arrested and takTeachers, however, can enter at any time after closing their schools. better. Mrs, John Pace, of Brutus, is very branch out this way, wo solemnly en to jail for firing a revolver ou tho Sandlin and wife of W.P. low with consumption. promise that we won it sue the com Sabbath. Teachers Especially are visiting relatives at this Born to the wife of Dudley Burns,1 pany even if the train should kill our Dr. D. B. Southard attended tho requested to write for information to the 1 ... ...w vir place this week. a (laugmer, on J hit y. jvriorj van, vtoivuill nival ntlt-f- l iu Doctors meeting at Crab Orchard GEO. T. FA I HC H I LD, lierea, Kj. The threo year old son of Shadrack Mrs. America Roberts, of Onedia, is the box cars, we'll bo good. Iu de- Sriugs last Tuesday. Stone fell into a spring last Sunday visiting friends aud relatives. fault of rail roads why not havo good and was drowned. Bell Married on July 11, Mr. Dan Dean, district roads? A irood road helps everybody. The farmers will ruakeJ 10 .miss ."Nancy uurns, 01 uoorway. Clovor Bottom. Plnovlllo. The Colored Teachers Institute met ..1 r 1.. Teachers' institutes are to be held iu Campbellsville, oeiter iuucus 111111 cieiin up nieir The littlo child of John Collins-wort- h Sldell ,r'-,,8UBhf" of Gtsorge Rose with Rev. P. A. when good roads run through ,ia.L.' in the various counties at the follow- White, is dead. Revs. Burns and Baker held u urn- conductor. ... .1 . SI.....' ' County. tloltf,.!,! .........I ..l! ing times and places: Mr. James and Frank nami-iv- i iiuiic-P. W. Woolen's store was closed in iiiu isiiptisi Sit. iiiurcu , Supt. C. P. Sanders was present al11SI WCCK out for sale July 21. most all the time and showed earnest were iu TSBerea last week. 1. , Owsley ... r, r . r w ..I. j jars, unuuenuiirg hiiu son are vis-J, C. Knuckles nud wife made a visrroi. .uiirsn 01 lierea Uoi I lege is interest in all the work. ' visiting iu this community this week Boonovlllo it to his brother's home last week. r..i 0.1 ( Jackson, McKee. All tho common school studies w ith itiug relatives iu this placo. MihH Grace Herd is visiting friends The Mormons preached at tho Oak and will go to Hyden next week. AUJ J Madison, (col.l Richmond. school management wero thoroughly V".1 'M1'" lrniu k'" una 01 uie worst lights that was In 3iuiuiestorougii. of C. C. Knuckles' best milk cows. discussed. The teachers showed u urove t xiurcu ihki inursuay. Richmond. Mr, Frank Hays and tho Auti-mor- fought iu Clay Comity took place James and Robert Cawood sro visover Commodore Jackson and .Mat Jacklively interest iu all subjects discussAug. 'llEstUI,lr'vine. Monday morning about three miles iting 011 Meadow Creek. son from Clay mudo a visit to Knox-villed. Both citizens and teachers say it inona passed through hero .Monday. Aug. U-- l 8, Boyle, (col.) Danville. Sunday-school A successful is in from Manchester between Aaron Mor Grant Sebastian of Danville, is July 17 to lay iu a stock of dry is the best iustitute they have attendris and three of the Grillin boys on one visitiug his father at this place. goods. Commodore said ho intends to ed in the county. Each one went progress at the Parks schoolhouse. Aug. 91 r.i Knox, Barboursville. ... .a , I j utclnt whitesburg. n til Alias Ellon Hays is teaching nt sine nun useorgo I'liuisot, I'ete rhtl-!otf with new enthusiasm to dogood work. The Boouevillo School is not yet go to Berea College this fall, and says Serit. U-lLaurel and Whitley, at Itob Philiiot, ami Ed Fisher on taken up, wo hope they will get lotH of tho Clay county boys aro comRev. P. A. White, Conductor. Kirby Knob; aud .Mr. J. C. Cope at Williamsburg. tho Powell district. the other. Morris, Fisher, and two of good teacher. ing with him. II. C. Tinsley, Sec. Rockcastle County. Zl Tn'''' Last week wo learned n few things about tho saving of time and work by arranging everything about tho house in n careful way. Tho real thing to learn was to put things we have beeu using where they lieloug when wo arc through with them. Tho result would bo a carefully arranged house. Now it is an important to have the outside of tho house looking cheery and homelike. There are many things wo can do which will help the' of tho yard a great deal. In t Bottor RontlB Jf Htrl) j .,, u'"jtu I Xo.ud .mr...,b,M" .r. ... k ,3 -- ': Half-bou- r Half-hou- r iiics two-thir- J l. s d ni 11 j 1 1 I , . y County. ...-1a 1 County. I 1 County. day-schoo- e d Pulaski County. n . a V .. V Bear-wallo- 1 IIt. Institutes. Teachers' Institute. County. 1 I ii a iiiin.-uii- f 1 1 County. I e 1 o, 11