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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 2, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899080201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 2, 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. SUB8CRIBE TODAY ClmlitlM, VOL. I. 1000. The Citizen. Deroted to AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY We tbi Interests or the Hone, School, and Farm. i Ten. 7. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1899. NO. Lexington Horse-sho- w, Fair, and Carnival 10, II, 12, 1899. I J DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. J Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. ISTo AUGUST 8, 9, Biggest thing ever inaugurated in the South. $25,000 Given away in Purses and Premiums AMUSEMENT FEATURES UNEXCELLED DIVING ELKS DIVING HORSES HIGH BICYCLE DIVE I 207 WEST MAIN STREET. Trouble to Siiow Goods RICHMOND, KY. 5 GUIDELESS WONDERS . The Greatest on Earth New Features from all Nations Catalogs, Blanks, Etc., E. W. SHANKLIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. Excursion Rates on all Railroads. THP 11IL, MinWAV ITIIUYYAI The Berea Monumental Co. The refitlt of good work and reasonable prices is now have customers in all parts of the Stale When you want that we Anything in the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. The Citizen T. i:illTOIl I'ublUaH at the (1. PASCO, rU MANAOKK. or i( nl TUB OITIZKN, Here, Ky. f.'trrr-- l it tSt W :$te (Vkm will iifrr A" at cit.l IDEAS It is tin honor tu n inn ti to coasn from strife: hut every fool will bo meddling. I'talmi It) S, Hooker Washington is the greatest living Negro, and his greatest word wits this: "I will never nllow it white mati to iimko mo hate hini." u ho failed to hear Ilov. J. I). Nutting in his interesting exposures of tin' "latter day saints," tuny get full information in printed form by sending him ID cents at his home, 7,"ty Itepiibliu Street, Cleveland, Ohio. When the Republicans sell out to the MKiiltoueu, and the Democrats surrender to the opuli.sts, and the Prohibitionists defer tcuicrauce for woman HiiITrage, tho patriotic votor can Htill Hay, "If I cannot volo for n party 1 can at least voto for the lwst man for each olliee." Tho-- c Tut Citizen has boon coming to several people wlto hare not Some friends gave us your name and said you would lik such a paper as this. We shall not send you. n bill for paKr already sent, but Undo Sam will not allow us to keep coming unless you becomo mi nctual We are sure we can giro Htibsciibur. you your money's worth ten times over. Will you not join with some neighlwrs and ask the for n money order for your combined You will want the subscriptions! nent number. Let us hear from you at onoo. l. Post-mast- BERfiA V. It. PERSONALS. Con- Smith spent Sunday here. J. W. Lambert was up from way Thursday. Will Klein was up from Langford last Saturday. I'rof. Marsh went to Frankfort on business Friday. C. I tm ford lUyiuond was in Wednesday. Mrs, Knrly returned .Monday from the convention at Cleveland, O. Mrs. Jennie L. Hill goes to Chautauqua with the Itaymoud party. Dr. Hhelton, of St. Louis, is visiting Dr. Lewis Davis for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, of Wil-divisited Mrs, ltraminmn Saturday. Mrs. Yociim left Monday for tho Institute at Hazel (Jreen, in Wolfe county. Wesley and Norman Frost rot urned last Wednesday from a visit to Manchester. Kev. ,1. 1). Nutting soko agaitiht tho Mormons at Conway last Thursday night. U. M. Hawling and A. .1. F.ldcr left for Owsley Monday to spend a few duys thero among friends. F. H. Matheny wrilus that ho nud Mrs. Mntheny are now pleasantly located at Laramie, Wyoming. Henry Hughes was in from Owsley lust Tliuri-dauud Friday visiting his Lex-iugty E. A. I'otter is at f)H2t'i Ingleside, nitig struck tho dry goods store own-- ) IA us know and we will send you designs and prices nud Arnos Reichard, nt H171 Green- - jod by S. E. Welch, Jr., but did not Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. wood ave., Chicago. serious damage. A window , cause Mr. nud Mrs. O. W. Lawrence, ... Tice Gabbard's boys havo reaped was torn out and a few boards split, teacher in the Cumberland Gap ... ' L. Gay was standingnt the window, Prof, and quite a harvest of rattlesnakes lately, school, spout Sunday with with his foot on tho sill, and had just At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. killing several largo ones. Mrs. Dodge. left it a moment before it was struck. f Everything now under the sun Harrison Kdwnrds, of Oklahoma, Ky. HARWOOD, Shocks wore folt at other places in will bo seen at tho Lexington Horse , who spent tho winter in Jackson countown, Bicknell and Early s store, the . '. ty, visited Mrs. Allen and family here Show, I? air, aud Carnival, August 8 to Telephone Exchange, etc., but no ; You Want GOOD GLASSES j,, on his way back to Oklahoma. A. P. SETTLE, damage was done. At a picnic for charity on Saturday, Lruo.it Todd and Carl Fay are still Attorney and Notary Public, Tho Madison County Sunday-schoo- l working i at Slato Lick, there was a good crowd .Association located near Itrassiield, Ky., its 13th annual Berea, Kentucky. tho photograph business for all it present, and all scorned to have a good convention at the Speedwell church, lme is worth, and having fair success at it. 'nil .fllllwlnv Allfritdi OBIee Oil Main Strtft, In Maunlc MMb A baseball game between the Papers and addresses will bo given V. L. Williams, of Louisville, a ' DESIGNS team and our team Satur- - by various workers all over the cotin. graduate of the College, spent Sunday TRADE. MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. hero with A. W. Titus. Ho conducts ( day resulted in a victory for Berea ty, among whom wo notico tho followUbIAlNtU ing from our neighborhood: Prof. L. ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY liliwi tliat are not properly adjtuteil to ,our tho colons! institute at Richmond this to the tune of 117. ryes are actually iliiiKerouK. know It. and Age " in " week. you outfit to know It. I Mill not attempt to tult has just recoir V. Dodge, who is President of tho As- - Notice"Uow invenUTe Patent' The printing-ollic- u to obtain Book glan-to your eyei until I know what Is needed. Charfftt moderate. No fee till patent U secured. pounds of new typo and other soeiation, E. V. Baker, Mrs.- Martha Eyi'j examined free. W. D. Emhreo has accepted a com- ed . . . harly, Itev. Geo. Ames. n- o regret C. G.ijeiurannciiTconDaenuai. Aaareas,D.C. s SIGGERS, Patent Lawrer, Wathlngton, new material, and is now m .A A'lce line of Xorelties in Sunday-school mission with the American that lack of spacu prevents us from JEWELRY. I'm km and goes to Itockcastlc shajks to do your printing. giving tho entire program. Lot as from which she wns token by her T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. and Clay counties to work for three At a special meeting of the Town many ns can, ntteud, and encourage father nnd carried home. n mouths. Board last Friday night, T. A. this good work. IiATLit: Tho groom secured tho gave bond as Town Treasurer I'rof. Martdi cntne through Clny Prof. S. S. McClintock, of Lexing- services of C. M. Itawlings who retin place of C. F. Hanson, resigtied. county on his way here last week, and ton, now nu instr ictor in Armour In- covered the brido and brought her reports that all is quiet at present, I.ovi Beatty had the misfortune stitute, Chicago, arrived hero Monday back to town, after a long and tedHANSON & PASCO'S though interference might cause ' last week to havo his laundry basket and will do extension work for the ious course of argument with the trouble. caught out in the rain as it wns being College, speaking on Robert Burns, father. The groom was Hugh Parks, and How Education Helps. Ho will of Slato Lick, and the bride, Miss Miss Katharine I'ettit,of Lexington, 'delivered and tho contents soaked. one of tho excursionists through the Smallpox is rciwrtcd nt Hyden aud speak at the following places: Emma Rutherford, of Wallaceton. mountains was called home from Tor- elsowhero in Leslie county, though ex-- j Tues., Aug. 8, 10 a. m. Manchester. Madison County-Institute- . rent last week by tho illnoss of her tension workers for Berea College do H. C. JASPER, M. D. i p. m. Burning Springs. brother. not report it as being in a severe form. 10 a. m. Tynor. Wed. MEDICINE and SURGERY, 1 p. m. Maulden. Rev. J. D. Nutting and Prof. Marsh j At tho Glade School Festival Sat- Tho county institute for white teach- - Office in Prither Building Richmond, Ky 7 p. m. Mauldou. returned Wednesday from a trip unlay night, nlout ST, was cleared to Tckphoc 103 & 10? ors begins next Monday at tho Cald-- 1 Thurs., 10 n. in. Gray Huwk. through several counties oast of us apply on the proposed new building, well High School building, at 10 1 p. in. Kirby Knob. where they conducted so wo are informed by the teacher, K. o'clock. 7 p. m. Kirbv Knob. meetings. S. Beard. After tho opening oxeroises aud or- - E. B. AlcCOY, Mr. Sharp Holmes, an enterprising Geo. V. Settle was arrested Thurs Prof. '.. Xagel, of Oborlin, sjH'nt ganization of the institute, tho time Sunday here and conducted the mu- day for breach of peace, committed by Jou"' I,ri,,,er and adventurer, killed from Monday noon until Friday rattle snake at Mallory sic in the morning and led in n song him in brandishing a knifo and mak-- j night is to bo devoted to practical service at night. Ho returned to his iug throats against various people, Springs, this county, three weeks ago, sttidv of tho best methods of work in He was allowed bail and tho case was tookod autl a,tJ P:lrt of Ilis snakeship, the school room. Discussions of live homo Monday morning. called Saturday, and then carried to!tane, I,is hil, aml mttdo sovt,n,l questions of interest in tho school nud CENTER Holn-r- t Truett, a Clay county boy, wmcn ne ues.gneu lopreseui to of tho importance of tho ndvanco- where it will bo tried this-- f returned Thursday from Havuna, Cu- Iiichniond, ART GALLERY somo latly menus. .Mr. lioltnes.ig a ment of education will bo held each bs, where ho has been serving in the week. "rattler," nil will now admit. Climax. C. 1. OQQ, Proprietor. dny. Prof. Liviugstou will bo the inProf. Mason is obtaining Home very regularnrmy for several months. He Tho above needs some correction. structor and a profitable session is exenlisted alwut eighteen mout'ts ago, interesting specimens of wood on the The snake was killed at Conway, Nothing Bat The Photos. to serve three years, but was honorably Kindred place, near Bear Knob. A Hockcnstlo county, and the rest of the pected. Among the speakers wo noBest Finish at the Lowest Prices. lodischarged last week, leaving Havana piece of ground cleared somo years uartr sar Sharii did not kill tho tico tho following people from our ...,i iiutuuij u lllll... cality. Misses Nanuie Tudor, Gay, has been allowed to reforent, so I..-July '20 for New York, and arriving ago, nuiini', na iiu imtci, here just a week later. The next day uow it is possible to determine the but was too rattled to do it. Tho eat- Coddington, mid Messrs. J. W. Van DENTAL SURGERY. Winkle, J. W. Bales, J. B. Wallace, trees, as ing part is all true enough. yearly growth of various lui left for Mauldeu. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. F. I. Jones. j their age is known exactly. I'rof. Clay Herrick and wife, of Smith lluildiny, Main Street, married A young couple wore On Sunday, July !W, Pres. Frost last Sunday, duly 250, at the homo of Hudson, Ohio, are guests of his mothRichmond, Ky. E. G. Dodge's t, Telephone, Itrtltlence, NoG'i, Offlce, No OO. er and of their many friends and rela- preached at Statu Lick on tho Mrs. Baker. Immediately after tho Avengiug Injuries. Tho duty marriage they drovo up town. While tives here. liichmonil Jteyiiter. Recent ndvices from Prof. E. G. Prof, Herrick was in town yester of each citizou with regard to tho returning they met tho father of. Dodge, who went abroad in March who hud objected to the union. last, shows that ho is closely followday uud to day, calling on his old ac- .'avenging of his own injuries was ox-- I quaintances, and re visiting familiar plaiued, showiug how necessary for A fence on each sitlo of tho road pre- ing out his carefully prepared proplace. He returned to Richmond all to respect law ami government, vented the buggy from being turned. gram of travel. Thus far he has been DKAl.KIt IN AHATKUIl SUl'l'LIES Germany, Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. whero ho remains a few days, autl keep from private veiigeance. The old gentleman was rapidly ap- in Belgium, Holland, and then returns to Ohio. I'iVim about Rerea a specialty. The champion shot of tho world, proaching on n wheel. Something Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Tho young Romania, Bulgaria, Sorria, Auslro-HungarC. Kexford Raymond and his Dr. V. F. Carver, will giro au exhibi-- must be douo quickly. Tutor and in Germauy a secparty consisting of Misses Addie Rey- tion of skill in this lino each day dur- groom's heart leaped into his throat. ing tho Lexington Horso Show, Fair, In the absence of u better suggestion, ond time. By this time he is suppos nolds and Lou Flattery, and Messrs. J. leaped from tho buggy with tho ed to bo in Paris. His plan involves M. Combs and J. I.Hughes, leave to- and Carnival. August 8 to 12. Dr. he ' IDentaJ. Carver has well earned the title of activity of a squirrel aud with keen spending several weeks in Loudon morrow for Chautauqua, Now York, OJfice Hours, H to li A. M., eyes and quick tep took a pace that and other parts of the British Isles. where they will take n leading part in champion of the world, and his fancy credit to u profesEverywhere he has been he has I to.f P. .V. Nutional Bank Building tho exercises of Herea Day and Ken- shooting has defied the efTorts of all would havo done Itichmo'id, Ky. excited bride studied tho architecture nnd customs Tho sional sprinter. tucky Day, at tho Chautauqtiu As- competitors. followed suit. The old man alighted of the upper autl lower classes with sembly. A number of quaint and inLast tiight the quartette of young Do not forget work as a in teresting ballads, ancieut and modern, people who go to Chautauqua gave a from his wheel aud brought up the reference to use future rear with a grim determination to tcaeher. He has taken extensive will bo prosoutcd, nud stereopticon final rohearKal in tho chapel. Tho capture tho girl; at the name time notes which have boon Font homo to views of bits of beautiful scenery near consisted of singing of undspeech his father, to bo kept for future refermaking a womun-stilfragwill be exhibited. us NEW LINE OF ent and modern ballads of tho that would take tho prize anywhere. ence. Wo aro told that tho latest letpeople, with religioimsongs.unda few 01. The groom boingmicoossfully in the ter filed away beara tho number bUREA LOCALS. storooptiooii iewsof scenery nearhere. lead charged up tho steep hill behind Mauy inquiries are uuido in regard to hoine-inadloom a Seban Cruncher's little boy still im- Tho exhibition of liomu-umdMr. Welch's store with u heroic dash his exporiouce abroad, nud his utimer-ou- i banjo a friends will bo glad to hear that Si proves, utter an operatiou for appen- hi operation and that would havo put the San Juan was a pleasant feature. An admission dicitis. Hill heroes to shuiuo. Tho groom his health has been good, and ho has fee of ten cents was charged, and tho Tho Marshal bus just inado somo treasure materially increased thereby. having viiiiished into tho dim distance kept in good spirits, whilu traveling nhead, tho exhausted brido took among tho peoples of unpronouncerepuirs on the hill near AT FARRIST0WN. Last Saturday during a storm light- - refuge in u nuighboi's house uenr by, able tongues. tho foot'bridgo. brother Ike. who goes to Chautauqua this week. JOHN Berea, i .,,,;. 1 " s. PATENTS FREE 1 iirst-clas- Uob-inso- GO TO LIVERY. n Dentist, fiV-fo- Berea, Kentucky. STREET j ' ' I sttb-jjec- Travels. BURTON, The Photographer, to-da- I 1 J. C. MORGAN, i Surgery, J pro-grai- Stone Brothers' o -- - o Groceries General Merchandise long-neede- d THE CITIZEN. T. O. TASCO, Editor and Uanscer. JIF.nBA, : : KKVTUCKY MIDSUMMER. falls th sun from glowln sklee. Alonr the roadside dint;. shadow by the hertserow lira Iletween the. spaces thrust; A Ult rnt'i nest 'mid ragged thorns, I.Ike some array ghost of spring, Bttll keeps a hint of April morm Where roblna used to line. All the long, long golden beams Of sunshine flash and fall. And silence locks the sluggish rtrrama Whose currents downward crawl; While airy, vagrant butterflies With desultory flight. ' Peneath a dome of cloudless skies, Float past In shimmering light. And en the bills a soft haie swims, nine etched against the blue. Above the far horlion rims, Ione stretching to the view; And In the woods a dove's low plaint In melancholy croon Comes through the vistas, sweet and faint. While fades the afternoon. Then twilight spreads her fluttering veil While sinks the sun's red shield. And stars put forth their facets pale To lighten tare and Held, And on past scent of briery musk And myriad Insect hum, g through the odorous dusk The jangling cow.bells come. -- Ernest McOaffey, In Chicago Evening flerc Or going to get a megaphone and tip It swivel In the tip with a sitting-room- . Don't you think that would lie a pious Idea, dad?" "I think It would be a pious Idea to do something," said Mr. Ilnrlng. "If he'd own up he was deaf It would ho dead easy. I'm going to keep nfler him and sec If I can't get him to tnkt treatment. I think he enn be cured and If lie could I'd be willing to pay for It myself, bydeorgel" "You want to be enreful, papa," iau g THE NEW HEART. TOO LATE. Intr rnntlonnl (nr Attanai ' Sandfly School II, IhliO dr Mr. Ilnrlng said he would be careful "Uncle Hobcrt," he voelfcrnt'd.whrn his relative came In, "you ought to see an nurlst or somebody." "What do I want to sec o florist about?" asked Uncle Hubert. "Is anybody going to get married V" "An nurlstl" shoiitrd Mr. Ilnrlng. "Lnnrul Nell, well! I thought there was something of that kind going on. a little Lnurn h going to be marWell, well! ried! It doesn't seem any time at nil since she was In Mr. Ilnrlng, wnrnlngly. Chron. Sit. TIAIN. Kseklel C. MI, Memory Vr ram, 1I.V27. (Specially Adapted from I'eloubet'a Notes.) tlOI.Dl.N TEXT. A new heart also will I give jou. Ksck. Itr.AD Kicklel ll.H-H- i Jeremiah II. LIUIIT ritOM OTIIKIt KCIUI'TUHLS. -- Sin a Captivity -- John S:3I; Horn, .16, W, I:SJ. it, s.2l, t Pet. 1.19. Cleansing. Pan. WOULD DISGRACE HIM. X:ti M:7; I let.. 10.221 Cor. 6.11; Kph. 6.K. I ; tlal. John 1:7. The New llenrt.-Jo- hn 0:li. Jcr. 11:33, 31.39; Kick. 11:19, til Matt. StronK Temperance l.retnre ellvrn by Judnr Slursila While llrrl.t-lii1;3, Horn. H.2. Jan. 1:1.1 Place In llltite lll.hiry. -- 3 Kings, chaps, tl, li, n III ore Case. Jl-1 J.J-JK Test, Karklel l.runn rmhellc Scene In n Police rnnrlnt Tatliee I'lmW Ills Pro.ll-nSon. nl "A Good Name at Home Is Tcnvcr cf Strength Abnul." In Lowell, .mi,, where AVi.i'.i. till Is nuJe, It slill lut a Urger tile tlun dll other Nix! purifiers, It.i fjme And aires .in Jules have sprf.xd ,uro.uf, And It Is universally rcctv"''"' as I fie n buy. best blood medicine rmmey Be sure to get Hood's, because W'j nam carried captive II. perhaps nt the age of 10 (1:1); began 11. C. Ml. and continued till 570. This prophecy belongs to the period after the destruction of Jerusalem, H. PLACE. -- Kseklel nan born In Jutl'.i, but after he was t.iken captive be ilnr.i at Tel attt on the Kink of the river Chrlmr, one of die Krc.il canal near Ilnbjlon. to prophesy (nob-abl- -- II. A. White, M. A. struction of JfrUM.cm, short dresrrs.with two little braids n tied up in blue hanging down her back. Why, how old is she, Jim? She can't be more than 25 now. rib-oo- Tost. Uncle Robert's Deafness. By George T. Ada. When Uncle Hobcrt mine Into fhe room with his hnnd scooped behind hi Oft Cncla Hohrrt. er. Mr. and Mrs". ear to Intercept the diffused sound waves and said: "What's that'" it had the effect of silencinstantly ing the most animated group, and conversation i forthtv t h Inn-guishr- nor Tom nor Hnring, had reached Neither Laura Laura's and Tom's father and moth- - the point where they had allowed their unabridged views on the Mtbject of Uncle Kobcrfs deafness to become some pcopl known to him; young people especially might have shunned him, but they were not so inconsiderate. They knew that he couldn't help his deafness, and that he wan of a sensitive nature, besides lie ing a man possessed of a large amount of property, real and personal; there fore, as they were a kindly family, they bore gently and tenderly with his in flrmity. Nevertheless, it was not only hard on the voice, but it taxed the in xentive faculties to considerable cx tent. Matters of a personal and vrivate nature were sometimes discussed In the lamily circle, and it was too much to expect that they should be shouted so as to be perfectly audible to the people in the next flat, t'n such a case the person required to stunt was compelled to substitute remarks in the Philippine situation or the prllts of plumbing material or some other topic of a universal sort. Again, It was awkward bci'ore trangers. Mr. Wills Is not exactly a stranger, as he calls regu arly three times In the week, and drops in 1 young I.nnrn. fellow. Wills. I suppose? Well, if ttiat don't get me! Come here, Laura, and kiss your old uncle." I,aura left the room, overturning two chairs as she went, and her mother hurried after her. Mr. Haring drew up his chair closer to Uncle Hobcrt. "I didn't say she was going to get married!" he shouted. "I to see an ;ou ought said bout your hearing you nurist. know!" "Oh, psAaw!" said Uncle ltobcrt. "1 need to sec anybody. I enn hear well enough when you don't mumble what you say as if your mouth was full of mush. 1 ain't deaf not by n jugful!" "I know it!" roared Ilaring, shamelessly. "Hut don't you sometimes have n little It's that n't A fa 1 diftlculty w i t ) your right ear? I casually on other four. He is a friend of Tom's, and takes a great deal of pleasure in the society of Mr. and Mrs. Daring. About a week ago he happened to be talking to Laura, Mr. IlarlBgr. and Uncle Kobert, who was sitting quite near them, suddenly laid down his newspaper, and, hitching his chair around, looked at Mr. Wills with an Inquiring smile, "Hay!" he said; "what was that?" Mr. Wills blushed a rosy red, and looked very much disconcerted. "I I er I was saying" he began. "You'll have to speak a little louder," said Uncle Kobert. "I'm rather hard of hearing. What was It you said?" Mr. Wills hesitated and smiled in an idiotic fashion at Laura, while his blush grew deeper and extended to the tops of his rather large ears and the rlni of ,hls shiny collar. At this juncture Laura spoke with great coolness and "Mr. Wills was saying that he tices a great improvement In tho street since they took up the old cedar blocks and put down asphalt. He thinks It would be a great Improvement If they were to grade Corliss street and put down asphalt there, but he supposes on the east side the property-holder- s of the street would object." Then he added, in nn undertono little above the ordinary conversation pitch: "Why in thunder couldn't he say so himself?" and resumed his iicws paper. no- the fj As n g tiling a bolt the whole business. "After you liuve hollered at Mrs, Marin. him for ten mlnutes with your eyes bugging out of ,jour head and your throat raw," vold Tom, "to hate him grunt cut: Uw-r- o mm!' as if he didn't think ,hrt) was a particle of sense In what flu said, Is what makes me sore. I'm - most that "II m ml" was Tom sold, lit exusperat-- t the Tom. think I've heard you say that you're hard of hearing. I know- that sometimes n person will let- a little trouble like that run nn until it gets to be something serious, preemiwhen n little attention in time might and evcrj where presented as nently the work of the Spirit of (JimI. have prevented it." III. The New Life. V. 27. "I will "Prevented what?" put my Spirit within you:" This Is the "Weil," shouted Mr. Haring, after n gift of the Holy Spirit, promised by moment's hesitation, "it might prevent Joel (2:2S). "Keep My judgments:" de.a fness!" His laws. His decisions, ns to what was "See here, Jim," said Uncle Ilobert, right. . 69 years old the 14th of next "I'm IV. Motives for Choosing the nunth." Chicago Daily Itecord. Vs. First Mothe: A Promise of Ilestoration. V. 29. "And AFTER WATERLOO. jc shall dwell In the land:" They shall be restored to their own land. Deliverance from rraaslan Soldlera Were Seen ScrapSecond Motive: ing and Slftlnar the Ground Sin. V. 29. "I will also save you from for Diamonds. all your tincleannesses:" The outward blessings promised could not continue On ascending to the top of the emi- unless they should first be saved from nence we came upon the French guns sin. Third Motive: A Promise of Prosperscattered in various directions, evidently in the way of being dragged to ity and Plenty (vs. 29, 30). "I will call the Chaussce from different positions. for the corn" (grain): God ns the This attempt had failed, owing to the owner of the earth and controller of muddy state of the plowed land and nil Its forces, will summon them to supthe rapidity of our advance, which ply the grain needed for their support. obliges tiic drivers of the gun carriages V. 30. "And I will multiply the fruit ol to flee for their Uvea by cuttinr the the tree:" There shall be plenty of horses' traces. I perceive that softie of food. "No more reproach of famine:" the guns had enjraved on them Kpnl-It- The heathen seem to have reproached Kraternite, ard other the letter the Israelites with hating a God who "X;" many of the guns had the num- would allow them to suffer hunger. ber of the Kngllsh regiments which The heathen did not understand the reason. (Sec v. 13.) had captured them chalked on them Fourth Motive: A Nuture Kenned, a mode usually adopted in the pen insula. The carrioges were sunk in Purified. F.nnobled (vs 31, 32)). V.31. the ground almost to the axle trees. "Then slinll ve remember jour own evil slinll loathe As we proceeded we fell In with the ways . . . and When they see their own 1'russian columns coming up from our left, marching to join their army. They sins In contrast with God's goodness, began to plunder the biscuit convoy then they will rcnlie how mean nnd most unceremoniously, and I had grent disgraceful tlielr sins were. V. 32. And, diftlculty in preventing It. Perceiving lest the goodness of God In restoring some troops to our right, I rode up to them should lessen their feeling as to them and found they were n part of our their own character, God lelM them: division the Twenty-secon- d regiment "No for your sake do tills." They commanded by Sir John Colhorno did not deserve it. . Fifth Motive: A Promise for Their (now Lord Seaton), moving ucross the V. 33. country toward Nitclies. I uppllrti to Country. Patriotism (vs. "In the day that I shnll have cleansed him for a guard to protect the conThey must never forge' that voy, but he refused it with some un- you:" of meaning excuse, und I was therefore tills wat the necessary condition wns left to my own resources to get out of salvation. V. 35. 'This land that desolate Is to become like the garden the diftlculty as well bb I could. temThe Prussians kept moving br us oc of Fden:" In these verses the verses casionally, and I would most certainly poral slde(so to speak) of these This prominently. forth have been plundered by them of the stands In every best portion of the biscuit had it not prophecy Is being fulfilled It Is been for the opportune arrival of a de- Christian community, ns far as tachment of our German cavalry (the Christian; but Its complete fulfillment will bo In the renewed nnd restored King s tiermnn legion). 1 he command ing officer, seeing my dilemma, im earth, when, sin being removed, and the beauty nnd mediately offered some of his men to God dwelling with men, be restored (see draw their swords and accompany the glory of paradise slinll convoy, mid thus we moved on to Iter. 21 and 22). Sixth Motive. V. 30. "Then the Quatre Ilras through Gcnappe. I there The Jews beheld, in addition to many oilier heathen... slinll know:" themselves, blessed debris of the French army, Napoleon s ihould not only be people, makcarriage on the Bpot win re it hud been but become n missionary to the surGod overtaken and pltindend. Around It ing known the true were Prussian soldiers scraping and rounding nations. sifting the ground, in consequence of The l.rulon ot Honor. To be n knight of the Legion of Honor a report that some diamonds had fallen from their settings in the night scram Is not itlte u barren title. The crosi of the low est grnde, that of "chevalier," ble. Cornhlll Mugazlnc. carries with it n pension for life of 50 annually. An "officer," the grade nbove, at Gown. Julliia llraerllies recelves$IOO annually, a "commnndeur" "Dorothy, I saw a beautiful gown in I2O0, a "grand officer" $100 nnd a "grand shop window croIx" JC0O. Chicago Tlmes-IIerul"What was it, Jullua?" "Well It wus that ztgzaggy kind f I.lsnrds In III Philippines. cloth and It had those braided things Llards crawl along the walls of the. ucross the front and down the back; habitations In the Philippines disreand some awful stylish pointed things gard wl by the human occupants, and on the skirt I wish you would get on nnko themselves useful by catching; lust like It" flic j and mosquitoes. Albany Argui. ), New-Life23-3e, your-sclics:" 1 Til-Jilt- Ilophru, king of Kg)it. Tho "tleven YYIsi Men" flourished In Ortece. Tarqulmui ITbcu.h ruled ut Home. Hoon. the mm lawgUer at Athens, tiappho, the Ureek potteRa. Aesop, noted for hla fnldea, ur,t the pat'otopliir P thagora all lividdur a lifetime. Intt liXPLANATOHY. I. Cleansing from Past Sin. V. 21. In the previous verses t lie prophet pic turcs tJie corruption and idolatry which dt llled the people, nutl the punishment which wns indicted by Uod on account uf it; t lien t lie promise of return, fur "Then;" the sake of Ills kingdom. When the time shall conic for liod to restore Israel to their own land (v. :t). "Will 1:" God is speaking. "Sprinkle clean walcr upon jou:" The concei-tio- n of cleansing by sprinkling clean water comes from tlio Mosaic ceremonial system. (Sec especially Num. nnd nlso Psa. 51:7.) Cow les. (Also lleb. i:13,ll.) New Testament Light. Cleansing from sin is absolutely essential to the salvation of the nod of the nation. God saves not in sin, but from sin (Itotn. J: II; I. Cor. 3:17; C:9; Itev. 21:27). (1) We lire cleansed from the guilt of ln by forgiveness Col.. 1:14; Tit. 2:14; Itom. 5:18 6:1) (3) from t he consequences of stu (.John 3:10; Horn. 5:9); (3; from the love of sin, by the new heart referred to In V. 20. IL The New Heart. V. 20. "Anew heart also will give jou:" The heart is the center of life to the body; It to cery part; If sends the it Is weak or Imperfect the whole body Is weak nnd sickly. "A new spirit:" A new tiiothc. new principle of action, a new love. "And I will take away the stony heart:" The heart of sin Is stony, like a rock. New Testament Light. This is the great doctrine of the New Testament, taught forcibly by our Lord Himself in Ilh statement respecting the new birth (John 3:3-S111:17-11), linll-tidtt1 life-bloo- d II, C. t6. kritf of Hub) Ion, and l'haraol. ItlBroitV -- The de- The editor of the Concordia Kansan tells cf a temperance lrture gitcn by Judge Sturgls while deciding n dlwirce before him. 'I he ilhorcr wnsnftkrd for by the wife on the ground of the liii1ind'H habitual drutikeficso. The objection raised by the defendant wns that the record of the divorce would dl'graee him. To this the Judge replied by saving that all of the court records or nil the newspapers In The world could not oslhly udd to the disgrace alrendy h.nM-- on tho man by his own net of getting drunk. Continuing, the jutlge Mild: "He claims his financial misfortunes hate led him to excess of drink. That is no excuse for a man to get drunk. There l no excuse for drunkenness. If rcterses or trouMrs come, a man needs his best judgment, his best vitality, his brightest Intellect to cope with hl misfortune and to try to regain liU lost Why nny man of ordinary intellect will place himself in such u condition by his own acts ns to merit the contempt ami loathing of his best friends and disgusting his nw n wife null children, is something do not understand. The drunken man excites the same feeling in the mind of tin average person us does n snake. We Instinctively pounce onto n snake nnd kill it or else tlee from it for fear of contamination. The pel son who toluii-tnriplnrcH liitn'elf In the condition more loathsome than a snake, more disgusting than n brute, cannot be disgraced by the record of this court in It was drunkenness that this case. brought nbout this condition of things in this family, nnd it ionthcrgrutinds the ditorcc is asked for noil on which It will be granted. "This man claims he has iiit drinking. I hope he has. and I hope he will keep steadfast in his determination to abstain from it. When this man t sober he is nlwnys a gentleman; when he is drunk he U not, neither is not other man. Wr are nil disgusted tw'ili. ii drunken man what limit be of n wife who Is compelled to lite continually with n drunkard? I ln woman detests tlii man bcciitisc of lot own nets. He is to blame and no one else. If she persists in asking the divorce it will be granted." 1 lt s The lirst wns William Jane, nn old man, with a while licit rd, wlvrt glanced nrrtously around muttering to him self: "ics, I come all the viay from Ciillfomy." "Wluit Is the charge?" "Drunk on the steps of O'Flanlgnn's saloon, your honor." At tills the old man straightened himself up and addressed the jiitlgei "Jtid-jc- . did he say drunk V" "rergennt, bring in your prisoners." I ILO VUlOUUUilUfI MA GETS PA'S ADVICE. the charge." ain't netrr been drunk in Mir licit II Mir (itirs nil my Itorn days. I come all the way Hal When And lines the Oilier from't iillforny. Uveiisc me, jutlge, I III nn. feels kiutl of queer." my he-idrunk, Iuivt "Well, if you were not Kite Ifeforr List when sw Celtic. Home did you come to be lying where they mm m) t Htm found you at O'Flsnlgan's saloon'.'" 'l'.i, I not suJhinl want you to 'Ml me." "Well," M Mia 'wfl NW4V, I dn't At the reference again made to the Hihmc I hi are tuHytliiHtf 1 Can t tvtl Yu saloon, he for the second time endeavII almut ored to collect his ideas. "Tsti furls nmitt to wstk Here, mtw "and "Jutlge," he said, "my Imy left his Kits,(ire. I wwlil jou'd Tell me wweh ess I atwt uiw's a One's a Itiinu nigh on three yenrs ngn. Finn to eu Nniitlili Rurl. Waited en noukl lit Cnllforny. anil etcr since he take!" miner up. nnd I brought Do I no," sa)s paw, "When I am "Ilmv left I'te been sailu' cell them. Ymi ot to no whir k la the lMt. $20 anil some change with nic.niitlcumn saye. "That l "Jmle, 1 vti-- all Hie wny from Cnllforny." "Hut tell us how- you enme to be at - OTIanlgaii's." Again he iiuule sin effort anil continued: "1 had spent ull my change, but thinking that I would llml my Ihiv in New York, after I had my super night before lat, I wouldn't touch the twenty dollars, Vntte I thought ns may be he would need it." He stuped fora second and then broke In with the old wail: " es. jutlge. I come all the way front Judge, I had walked the Cnllforny. streets three days anil three nights, ami as I come nioitg last night by that place you called n saloon, I seen n "Tlmy feew ibout the Same." maw n hp Flip IVnnv." m) s ftave. "Well "Talis fer the httrtle null ami lied fer the otlirr one." "Nn." invw 4V. "I think that's You' pit l l'ell me tthwh )u'd Taik " tm He Si Talkin to maw, sat out theirm lunti l,lrdIhwr thnnCtc k hay lar thiat Theni thtle punt- - smm TJiay - Hark and I d e hi! lii n iimw came III ww )i j.l lute mw Cntiie lint and hen ''I I take the ISiflidi iptrl. Home INity I ireil nr St Dawn at the Table maw ihhi! the llell and in comv the Jiwwd purl. Paw llr looks at Her t iitimt and "hen she went Kill llr San lo Maw "I Ih-- t I no Mint tou'd I to if I Takt to Gn jn.l .lump in the Ijle." ftrts )u "Viih'iI tfn awsy hw Whair anil Climb a , ami ihm He made aKwipe Tree." psu Hiirarn around and at a I I) what norkrd uter the tiiuftir IMlrl II wa a Kid Site. (IrvriK-- . is Chsrago TiiM-Hr- r akl. "What" Hi4 at r4Iit 1 1 ir. I - rw I hrnugti M. k?''!$8 Onlv 3rt llntira I it Iteulr. n The Mtourl PsitnV Itnilwnv. In llli the lUfk NIhihI flout fnwt tkrwHalli City. l imw Knii.i. slerpliiic inrs N'Imvwh nt Imius nasi Urn-tt-- r e n in ibitlr. nrrtrt4 ImtiiitcHi tin. Met! llmfMlna; Thll llrnter II... U the iih Wit lliiv thr tills hf l.tnUNnil lriutif Ur lnr. I. In llvtwern utrr two hour Miriilira are now understood t lie rtfl nun 1. human life a It la our traoVatry t. rK4fd Mr tie"elir lualai whit "rir niriftt luatrsiriiiea )rlrttay. Di'tr.'.l JuuibI tn Automobile thr iiw.luiH er eii;hl nul In mobile A lur t')cliJ rrra til-rctt- r TEMPERANCE BITS. Iled Jacket, Mich., has 3,000 population, nnd It tnkes 55 saloons to slake their thirst for liquor. llostnn congratulates itself on a mnrked dccrcnsc In drunkenness during the last three years. lly n tote of t!i California senate no wine, beer or other spirituous liquor was seried at the inaugural ball. On an nterage each Inhabitant of France consumes 50 quarts of wine in a year. In Paris the aterage consumi tlon is 196 quarts. A New York brewer said: "The church people can drive us when they try, and we know it. Our hope is In working after they grow tired, nnd continuing to work 305 days in the PATH Bit, WAS IT YOL'T" I thought was my loy. an 1 followed him, nnd when he grit under the lights of that there plat e. I took o good look at him, nnd I seen It couldn't be my boy, he was so much fatter and , I come all redder 'an vt hat he was. the way from Cnllforny." "When the man went Into the saloon, what did you do?" "Jutlge, I was mi disaptMilntcd ami I didn't I crirtl, ami krfbw nothing 4111 they brought me here. My money was nit gone, but I ain't found my and I come ull the wny from Cnllforny." "Neter mind, old man, you shall have your twenty dollars anil lite more foi yourself, to buy something to eat," said the jutlge. nnd there wasn't a dry tear." The committee of the Aspatria Agri- eye in the courtroom as the hat was cultural society's show hate accepted passed around. "Do you think you were roblietl at Kir Wilfrid I.awson's offer of ten pounds, conditional nn the sale of In- the saloon?" asked the jutlge. don't know," said toxicants being prohibited on the show I "I don't know, lift old man, beginning to uhluier. ground. Hoards having charge of 540 schools "Drunk! 'What would my old womanI now sanction scientific temperance lec- say if she was to hear that they- said tures being giten by Mr. Ilottnt, the wns drunk, nnd I come ull the way Scottish II. of II. U. ngent, who last from Callforny." "Come, see how much money you 7 year nddrcsscil 1,107 teachers and have," said the Judge, as the hut was scholars. passed back full. "Now, you can Itntc At the I.ondon temperance hospital, , Ilampstead-roada brass tablet, to the n nice breakfast and be fresh to start memory of the late Sir llcnjamiii W. on your journey." "i'ln much obliged," said the old man Itichardsou, which has been erected by Judge, do you know members unci friends of the llritish faintly, "but. I Medical Temperance association, wns ain't a bit hungry now, but do feel The present mem- powerful strange. recently unveiled. r They led old man n way. and bership of the HrltUh Medical council The the other prisoner was culled. "Wilis 4 S3, besides student associates. liam Smith, late Sir II. W. Richardson wns president OTlanigun's."charged with lighting nt He was u pretty tough of the usicclatinn for 17 years. looking subject, with a bandage across . Ids right cheek. Germans Aronst-dAs he saw the old Germnny, the land of beer nnd "per- man In culled out with n thick mice: "Hello, old graybcurd, Fte seen you sonal liberty" In beer drinking, is nhout to try legislation ns a remedy for before!" "Young man," said the older one, drunkenness. On the first day of January, 1U00, the sixth paragraph of a "y oil's mighty rude, but won't say new code will go into operation in nothing to you, because I had a sou Germany. This new law places etery once as left his home, und I ain't neter habitual drunkard under an Interdict stopped ami for Intolving complete submission to flic lit in since, no- - and I nlnt stopped will of a duly nppolntcd "curator." ot him neither. Young man, This person will be empowered to put never gitc your old father no such a the person whom he regards ns a dip- time as I'te hntl for my boy. somaniac unywhere he pleases, there When he left me my beard was ns black malady us youru; it didn't hate no gray hairs to undergo trentment for the as long as the "curator" pleases. And in it then, not a one, and I come to find him, Jes, I come all the way from Calltli new- code formulates a broad in declaring just what an habitforny." ual drunkard is. It soy thut the term During the old man's speech, the who "In conseIncludes everybody younger man hntl stepped grndunlly quence of inebriety cannot provide for nearer; when he hail finished lie gave u his affairs, or endangers the sufcty of start uhJ drew from his pock ft u well worn pocketbook. others." Christian Work. Springing forward, he cried: "Father, was It you?'Anvlonsly AwatlluK llrport. The old muii'e face shone with a radl-nThe friends of temperance in Great smile. "It'B him!" he cried. "I've Britain ore anxiously awaiting the remy port of the parliamentary commission, found Yes, boy us vtas lost, yes It's my I come all the way from with Viscount Peel its chairman, which boy. " but he had found him too Is soon to lie rendered. It will not be Collforn a unanimous report, both the publican latel Helena Laugblon, in L'nlon Sigand local veto memiiers of the commis- nal. sion dissenting from the moderate poDrink and Insanity, sition of the majority. Viscount Peel's Tho eight principal causes of InsaniInfluence In holding the commission to ty hate been tabulated, and the results Its work and probing to the bottom of presented to a London scientific society. admitted evil Is reported to have been Drink stands at the top and nccounti masterly, and the. report promises to for about a third of all the eases. Chxlstloj. Work. be an epoch marking document. young man To wsi risisaw so. ;I,t5l was n sufferer from female weakness. Krery month regularly as tho menses came. I suffered dreadful patni (iirris "I PERIODS OF SUFFERING! uterus, orarie.i were nffctitcd anil In hail I K'Ucorrlitca. Ye-s- faint-hearte- ly, had my children OIVE PI AGE very f.iat mid It left me very weak. TO PERIODS A ycorugn I wa.i OF JOY taken with tlo.nl-in- g anil almost died, "lie doctor even gave uio up and wonders how I ever lived vvrotn for Mrs Pinlchnm's ntlvlco by tin, Mass , and louU her mcdicino and began to get well. 1 took several liottlcs of the Compound nnd usetl tho Sanatite Wash, und can truly say that 1 mil cured. You would hardly know mo, I am feeling and looking so wll. il I.ydia K Pinkliam'it Vegetable uiado mu what I uui " Mtu. J. F SniKTcu, 401 .MtcttA.Niu Sr., CAUue.t , N. J. at "I Chii-jioun- 1 - 50,-42- llrlpeil, I.ydia K. Plnlc linm's Vegetable ComMiuiid has douu more for mo than any doctor. "I wns troubled with Irregular How Jtra. II rutin "I mutt tell you that 1 menstruation. Last summer 1 began tho use of your Vegetable CouiihjiiiiiI, and after tailing twu bottles, I liavo liccn regular every month since. I your medicine to nil " rccomnii-iii- l Mtts. Mahoik A. Uuow.n, West 1"t. Pl.tASA.VT. N. J. 11 Jj IkN-at- i I otir lit- ha.tt wfttr wrllt I kkiU ink rntuji I CARTER'S INK EDUCATIONAL. IU TIIK lltdT INC. Mure uhJ thti any cllier. IKitt I mt yeu any itioir tli in hk-- i oik. k lor il 1 - deli-itltlo- u THC UNIVERSITY NUT HI OF KOI KU DAME, IMMI, INDIANA. Clattlcs, Lellers, liconomka and Hillary, Jaurnalltm, Art, Science, I'haimacy, Law, Civil. Mechanical and Ulcctrkal L'nglneerlni, Architecture. Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Cturtet. Krcletiaitical atudenta at ccial rales. Room Pree, Junior oi Heittor Year, CollrnUte Courses. Koome la Hint, moilrratr charge. Si, lidward'a hall, lor lwjs itinler 13. The J6lh Year will open Srpteniber Jlh.iSgo, Calalof us Tree. Address kliV. A. MUUUISSUY.C. S.C., President. NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Trerarea fur Uotertiiueut AraJruileaaadi'olU'tfra. full A M. (Vmnieri'lvi '"in. M4),ir II. r' 111 WL'sr I.hUA.NON, N. II. A IT. FRANKLIN COLLEGE I'Jtt'VVlttiij,!. 0 ' rO'jrl lilh staJlfl, QO tuoU$i llaVtt'ljfM ttt. wllh'utiMrnli.ut. W. a, iLtUn i, i ft. Ik U I m t m vinvtr "u7ucuUm. fit SIM HIS PREDICTION. On. Jloseoso Says Unrlo .Snm Will Keltic tlio b'nn Uotiilitjro Trouble. THREE MET WATERY GRAVES ail I'nillne; of a Small Ilia Otiln lllter at nklrf KrA.iMVit.t.r, NICELY TAKEN IN. In REPORTING THE WEDDING. (he As c:ni..i. l'.nilll, Intl. I'leastim I'artr on Knew World the Wnye of llut Out Cnu.lil NapiiInK, II Wne Turned In by Ilia Young Itcporlrr I'll fur I lie Wnsle lln.Url. Ti t'nllnl KUIri Ahnnt lo Renil Natal Vessel la III Island in 1'rnUrl lb Interests nf American lleslilent Mioulil Orraslon .Wise. Nr.w YottK, .July SO.-AlicUrtlc A. Mon-cno- , an exiled lender of tlio liberal pnrly of Snnlo I)uiuiii;o, now jf In Now York, snys: "Tlie dentil of Ocn. llr-lli- l'roslilunt Hcuri-mi- nil I, I think, sure- ly be followi'il by a lontf Male of illsur-do- r I wnnt to ciniilia. nntl rovoliitlmi. alio this proplii'ry that tho I'nltcd States will crentually bo compelled lo Interfere to establish pence In the Islnnil, just nsllil country did In Cubn. I shall faror the policy of bu to return lo my country nnil support such a policy If It la Inau'ii-rate- d by (ion. ripiicrca, tlio vleo president, who aucfcciU to tlio head of tlio Hut if something is not irotrerntnrnt. iiilelly dono to establish order and pence more revolutionary expedition Mill follow, like that of (ien. Jimenez and Ucn. Morales who ltd a band from Cuba apainst llcurcaux. Thcro am now In this country (ien. Torlbeo (iar-ci- a and Kdward (trillion, n tin share my view. Wc think that the United Mate oiihl to take an intereit in our West Indian republic. It will bo a Creal commercial ally. It Hot between Cuba ami Porto Uico. It must, of nee-iltI belletc, ultimately become to lliisootmtry." bank I'rlday night with torches trying (ien. Miimwj has been In exllo in to Hud the bodies of the lost. I.ato Now York for threo years, lie op- I'rlday night they had not been suc poses! the lato president politically and cessful In their search, K.prrt divers will be employed Saturday morning. bad to lice to nave his life. Miss Marion Ouana was one of tho J Wasiiimhon. July 3U. A naval I lo bo sent immediately to San leading society belles of Henderson, Potnlii.o. Secretary Hay hat made ICy., and would have been married in a 1 . veo-M- Ind., July 2ti. August Mntllntfly, 17, l'carl Chrnnoy, H, nnd Marlon Onann, wcro drowned In the Ohto river In front of tho city I'rlday night and three of their companions narrowly escaped. About & o'clock I'rlday afternoon Mnltlnply, In com Win. iiany with John C'hcnncv, Chcancy, IVarl t'hraney, of this city, and Misses Teresa and Marlon Oiinna, of Henderson, ICy., started out for a hay rldo and reaching tho river at 7:31) o'clock, decided to take a shift" ride. Thry were out nbim an hour when their boat was caught in tho current and enpsUed In front of the mall lino wharf boat, l'lfty or more people wcro on tho wharfboat, but none offered to to the rescue. Maltiii;ly. l'carl (,'( Chcaney and Marion Ouana were rapid ly swept down the current and nothing more was seen of them. Their erics could be heard for blocks Win. flieaney seized Teresa Ouana and reached the shore with her after n hard flfflit in the rapids. Ilo says hln life was saved by the head light of the steamer Jewel in port which enabled him to see which v ay Onana Teresa to swim. sank in the water two tiniest and when brought by Chcancy, to shoro was unconscious. Johtr 0'hc.iiicy was swept under the hull of the steam er Jewel, but being n good diver and knowing the channel, was saved. Searching parties were along the river Thf man In question tinl to say lie knew tlio way of the world aa a eat Knows lit kittrna, and laugh at the wilea of those Hho lis r on their rtita. He h.ul btrn econinniiing at every turn for a lonit time, savina; ill that he could, He for the holidays were near nt hand, lift his ftatlun the other night In tlio teeth a hlir.ird. The 'buiei had flopped runof ning, and he buttoned his coat collar about his link voth a determination to walk home rather than squander the price of a cab. "ile.otly n Hill t," said a tall, im jMeinrf man, as lie tapped our friend on the shoulder, "(let Into my nm.ie there; I'll be with you in a minute," and he d.islifd into the station after his bag. It was too goo. I an oiler to be refused, and the traveling man put in most of his time in thanking Ms hctief.utor, ulioMHilittly insisted that the pleasure was all Ins. ".lust tell linn Hherc to drive to," he said, later; "I net nut here. No, dnn t mention it. (Had of the opportunity." Now, it was a horrible imiht, and lie was unn another man's carriage, so he could not do lets than to treat the driver and In in a rigar to keep his nose warm. At f;ive the economical traveler as at himc, and he shouted a cheery "prod night," as he slammed the door of the vehicle and on A reporter on a new simper was given tho tak of writing up a vcrj seli wedding. He romoiil a line aicount of the wedding trrrmoiiies, but, like many voting writers, ho tried to ux- - too lluwiry language, and, becoming excited, lie forgot to lx-- ait urate in the tire of words. Tlie of the beauties of natuic read lomething like this: "The siUery moon hnvernl os-e-r the nenr. ami the stars twinkled merrily; the nft sighing of the wind in the trees near by came like a lienedirtion of love to the lif ppy couple entering niton the voyage of life te- Kflll More CoDnlrrfelllnir. The Secret Service has Just untarthed another bind of counterfeiter, and erurrtf a large nuantity of hogu bills, which are to cleverly executed that the average person would never suipect them of being spurious. Things of great value are alwajs selected for imitation, notably Hosteller's Stomach Hit ten, which has many imitators but no equals for disorders like indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nernutnr-and genet al debility. Always go to reliable druggists w ho have the reputation of giving what you ask for. A Man of Thrift. She Where are you going to rpend tru summer! lie I'm not going to spend it at all. I'm going to save it till next winter and sec if I can't get the janitor of the flat to imc it ia the rooms I occupy, Detroit Free pn 2 mi MJM 1 E ever 1u ;ee 3 Snow b IS oped in summer? We never did; but we hive seen the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that it looked s If it had been out In regular snowstorm. No need of this snowstorm. As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so will stifier." Th" rcmrter sent In his copy, but just as the piper wai about to be sent to press he rudird into the tditor' room, all excitement! saung he wislm) to make a correction in the ateiiunt of the wedding, as, according lo the almanac, there was no or any other moon on that night. And the reporter also said that lie had blundered in writing of the "contoting" parlies instead of "contracting" artie. After a few more corrections the account of the wedding was found available for the . editor! ste-bakctTit-Iiit- Pre.. One y or now shoes easy Cures swollen, hot, sweating, nching feet. Ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At nil druggists nnd shoo stores, svs. Trial package F KKE bv mall. Address Allan H. Olmsted, Lc lloy, N. Y Home Han DIggs Iliggs So your daughter tVrsr )hoes alio smaller a'ter using Allen's a powder for tho feet. It makes tight T.nrfles 'ah Foot-Kas- strikes. i An startrd for the houe. "Here," cried the driver, "you've forgotten suniething " he hurried "Thank. What ia it?" Kick. ecireil him. try!" "Your name!" "Jan Przybskalzi." "How long have you been in tlii Intellectual Test. "And how does your new you!" "For a 'V' or an 'X' usually."-Chicacoun- Ye. married, eh?" strike go Kvening New. tll rrtjtiest that Secretary I.0111; lake month. SHAMROCK AS SHE WILL CROSS THE OCEAN. "Nine shillings." "What?" a ths harrowing conviction "Why, the other man." Ration?" "That other man be blowed. I don't know "Jorge Yaihirtgtin." him from a rrow. You took the cab." "What form of government is thia!" Then our man drowned the voice of the "Kbryhem Linking." storm white he was settling, and, going in, "That will sore his wife to seereev. That' the way down, I say." do. You're accepted. Stfp it got out. Pearson's Weekly. "IVr Star Spangled Hcnner!" "Don't jnu understand me! I told you niasllrll)- of nnarllsh. you were all right." "Diee cheer! lleep, heeti, hoorayl" Where doe thp slang of the ilay originate! Is this an (lamination for admioion to lien a new vrilul monstrosity culms into No, gentle reader, the man currency its origin l as ni)itcnous as its citienhip? effect is startling On a roof garden last wants to be a soldier, and our great and good government has declared that a solnight a youth in a straw hat dier needn't have any more brains than a that had seen better days and with voter Cleveland Plain Dealer. puff beneath his ejei, released two straw from lua mouth long enough lo remark, languidly, that he wa suffering from a horrible Slimmer Costuiiilnic. e of the in stiff His companion, "I don't believe in girls w ho looked like s vaudeville lady, had just clothes durin' the hot weather," said the remarked in tone loud enough to be heard adioe elderly lady with the large diamond by her neighbors, that one of the performers earrings and finger rings at the hoarding was ",i useless hunch of trousers." One home breakfa't table the other morning. meant that his head ached, the othrr that "I make mv two daughter drex in neglithe object of hcrrriticKiu was profrssionally gent costumrs all summer, no matter where imouietriit. It's a great language. N. Y. they're a goin'." "Maw!" said her daughCommercial Advertiser. ters, warning!)-- , from the other side of the table, and the fox terrier pup turned a fit out in the basement vea'- - V Waihing-toAnother Iliad. Post. The following story proe what hardl nerds proving, that a man may handle boo i a good roastflitting without being a s hular. It wasn't in the ing down married winter; adeal likedeal of good hill in book stall of a depaitment store; it wa i neeeary, and it i soon in a real Ixwkstore, a bookstore, morroter, preparation over. Atrliison (Jiobe. to nnd salesmen here urn Mould weary-lookintell-tal"ding-bats.I dence" "CongrcM." "Do vou iwear to obey the laws of this "Vilhelm McKinley." "Who wrote the declaration of indepen- and Is a liottlo of Oiiovr.'s Ts stfluss Ciili.t. Tonic. Ills simply Ironandnulnlncln a tasteless form. Nocuro-nopa- y. I'rlccjOc, A Clean Itecnrd. "I wouldn't associate with her. Why, ens The Ural Prescription for Thills Ayer's Hair Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff In the scalp. It goes further than this: it prevents their formation. It his still other properties: it will restore color to gray hiir In Just ten times out of every of her ancestors was a charwoman," "Well, then, she's sure that one of them, at least, had a clean record." Philadelphia liullctin. ,- Ta Cnr is Cold la One taxativo Dromo Oulnlon Tablets, All druggists refund money if ll falls to cure. 25c lla-Ta- krj - Kvory woman believe that her husband is a child in some rctpetts, nnd that she must be on the alert to keep things out of his era. n th.lt be wants, lutt which sr. nnt good for him. Atchison Globe. ' ten cases. You can dye your goods in one hour with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. All other dyes require from one to four hour. 10c per package. The depth of ieeling displayed by the mosquito touches all mankind. Chicago Daily News. n IPiso's I l.n. I Mi... Cure for Consumption ha saved mo doctor' hill. S. F. Hardy, Hop- - It,1,i,nr. M.I '(11 aVSsX who know Imoks A friend of mine went in d.iy and ssleil for Pope's "Iliad " salesman went away to look for H. Piesentlv he returned with a IkmiU hi land. "We haven't Pope' 'Ilud ' " hei-- i I, "but we have aa 'Iliad.' It's by Iku-.r- . tboujli." Washington Post. 'I lie ripert It is the agent's business to sell things; it is your buines nnt to buv unless you need what he ha to offer. Atcliiton Globe. rou xpcted from the nao of the Visor, write the doctor sbout It. Probiblj there Is some dlfflcultr with roar setters! intern which mr be essllj movsif. Addrs.s. UK. J. V. -- ykh, Loweu, use. And it does even more: it feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick hair; and short hair becomes long hair. We have book on the Hair and Scalp. It is yours, for the asking. If rn do not obtsln all th bsii.nt r. the other Days At hen the business man has had an unsatisfactory hrcakf.vt the oltice lwy ha to earn his talarj - Sumervillc Journal. Many a man who claims be discreet is tut a coward Chicago DS.y ?tws. It s Hall's Cnlnrrh Care Cccstituticnsl Cure. Price, 75c. fan gets It's a cold day when the palm-lea- f left. Chicago Evening New. fNeHE5TEi Send your name and address on ag postal, and we will send yea our 156-- S page lllustnted catalogue free. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. ' 176 Wlnchaitir Axnut, Niw Hitn, Conn. A Hash of Onjetj--. The doomed man feared the tiroti'c who waited along the way to the raffr. d. "See how they stare at me!" he cried, what you might c.v! rubberobserved the exertitnmrr. p'.iv-fulldeeming it not ami" to inct an element of cayety Into this otherwise somber affair. Detroit Journal. ing It agonizingly. "Ye, that's in'" "And you say the idiot of a teacher told vou that you Had an extravagant foci of a folly to waste money on the education of such a chump a 1 The Conclusion. For Infants and Children In father'" "That's what he meant!" "llut what did he say!" "lie said it was criminal am." Use For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought As Black as Indianapolis Journal, vourJL of oc a DYE YourWhiskers Blaok with R.P.HslI U Aline "Wouldn't you hate to be a preacher's wife" Anna "No, indeed. Just think of being able to make him cut hi sermons short. Kansas City InJci-endcn- Dym. Buckingham' Ce.,Nssliu,M.K ct. drutgiiti SO A Natural All people make a pretence that they do not care for a fortune, but want just rnotih to make them comfortable. Washington (la.) Democrat. Pope say! "The mind' the meaiure of Perhaps that is why ome men the man. ire to hard to find. Itant's Horn. It i humiliating to rrflret tint bad teeth are resonnhle for more silence than it anything else. Detroit Journal. The )arht Shamrock has lfl Itolhrsn)- bay for OrrrnorU to complete llttlnK-oii- t far her MyKf across the Atlantic, which will hssin AukusI :. Sir Thomas Upton. Hi dwntr of the clialltriKtr, s.is the erew of th Hhsmrork will be Increased to 10. CBt llKarlh, of thr Hhamrock, rvfusul to rinrrs any opinion as to the yacht's cltjncfa for liming the cup, tut &!. "Tell tht Americana not (u lay odd." - ?E"ll V Pfc4 Dn WOFFEH'S A HW Aids Digestion, Regulates tie Bowels, Iss LLII Hikes Teething Easy. TEETHINA Relle.es Bot el Troubles of Children of Any Age. t6 KV19IHIIXIrfrl!l 1YIIEX B 1771 WRITI.NO TO ADVERTISEKa please slate Ikat jreu saw Is AlTrUstr sncot la this paper. A. N. K Det Cotwli firm p. Tsitee Oood. In ttme. RoVt br drarrtsts. CUKIS HHLMI AIL USl Cse I dm TccTU!!ir nnuncnt Costa Onlr 95 Can- tAsk Your Bnwtst forts. ly take For disobedience, the small boy frequent, the palm. Chicago Daifv New. THE MARKETS. Q July 4 THROUGH THE QUEEN'S DOMAINS. Mld-SomniBr tills action, and tho Machlas, now at San Juan, l'orto Uico, nnd only a few days' run from S.m Domingo, will pro-re- tl at once to th it island. This is a measure of precaution rather than one of necessity at the present time, for Minister I'owoll has not suggested tested any such action to the government. Still, it is deemed well, in view of tho press reports Indicating a disturbed condition of nlTairs to havi a representative of the I'uited .States authority within reach of the minister to protect American Interests should the need arise. Minister Powell cabled the state department Friday morning from I'ort nil Prince, llnyti, slnTply announcing the assassination of llcurcaux by some unknown person between I and '.' o'clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, llurlat of I'rrslilrnt llcuresui. Cai'k 1Uiiii:, July 'J'.i. The funeral of President llcurcaux, of Santo Domingo, took place at & o'clock Thurb-dn- y evening In Santiago do Las Cabal-liroThe population was but there was no disorder. A rriort has been received here to the effect that the adversaries of the government uttacked Noc.i Thursday night. twsllunril llr lrllu LY.NC'iinur.n, Va., July Mrs. Mag-gl- o Jennings, of Amherst county, swallowed her falso teetli about a week ago, and camo to this city to consult n physician. The plate was located by the X rays. An operation wus s. panio-htricke- n, 1 FARMER SIIOOTSJOUR BOYS. Tly Are Srrlnosly ounliil sntt Several l'o.lfl Are After tlm Mioolrr lie I.H i: STOCK Cattle, commons 3 40 & 30 S Irct tiuiehrr- t'AI.VK r"air IoikkhI light . t, IS -IIU Our at l heavy 4 jr Muni iwiUers ! I.U-li- l 4 3i shipper-siii;i.i'-Ch.iH- ClNCIXNATI. W ill at ft- it 6 to (t 6 31 IS 4 411 Excursion to lT llo l.ynrtieil If I aucllU I.AMIIS Pl.Dl'll-- -f -- irmg I W VlCKSliflto, Miss., July Uf. Several posses are now in the lulls east of here searching for Ithainar Ycrkcs, a truck farmer, who I'rlday afternoon shot and seriously wounded four boys, all of whom are under 10 years of nge. They are Warren Coolcy, shot in head and body; Prank Smith, shot in head, face and body; Murray Poster, shot in body and legs; Klfhard Kendall, shot In head and body, fatally wounded. Tho llrst two are white. Members of Yerhes family claim theyouug-ster- s were stealing watermelons, but this Is denied by the buys. d Ycrkes used n shot gun. He may be lynched if caught. double-barrele- tilt.MN-W- hal 3 10 .ur 3 mi .'. Com liv-- a tuttiHt N'u.Srril , a si C&4 11 Si ll 4J im i 14 t IM 5 (J G (V4 ARA . uni- l'IiilVlSIO.V-.M- II.W un S i Nil 1 Nt. 2 iiiUihI lo ctuiuv iv t jj)t S3 MJ FALLS! l'i ub IlL'Tlint t'liolee ilslrj I'r me to eliiMt-- erenmery holeo to lauer .M'l'I.KN l'OTA'lDKS-Nepr Prl... C w. I. aril pork liti t ft. . A 10 to 75 . . oust . . . p ClIlCAtiO liltAIN- rOUN-N- Il Ill M sc. 11 I O 1 :i ii li'H Tuesday, August 8th, VIA. THE CINCINNATI, and MICHIGAN I'l.Ot'l! - Wheut-S'- Winter nalent o. S No. 3 C.iU v. HAT- limit -- No. '.' ! .i.-- spring rel Jl OT Vies I.AUU hloaui NIIW YOlllC. IVIIKAT Nit ! nil liltN-N- o. '.'Mlicit New Mum - i 5S p Kt ) It 1 ui 1,1 7lj (t ;.; 8 u 4 70 U U fi, K 3 OJ jt us w 3 ?J 211 Hflll I DAYTON via l I1V; s tIAT--Mhi- hI I'Olllt LAUD p 'lli slrk Solillert Ht Sim rruiiclseu. Western l-N iu ( la. e.p. vs CENTRAL Railways, kt Sax I'iianuisco, July '."J. All the convalescent volunteers at the general military hospital will bo held there, until the regiments are mustered out. It is stated that among "ill) patients at the Presidio there are only three cases of tvphold fever and there is Uttlo danger of its becoming epidemic. Ilia Turkish Mlnl.wr. N'ASlil.Mno.N, July SV, Tho Turkish minister. All 1'errouli Hey, leaves Friday night for an lluropouu trip, and while nootlicial word has been received as to his permanent withdrawal, It Is expected that he may be transferred to another post. (Iraunil lo lleslli Under Cur Wheels. Pair-kamp- ,n UI(AIN-VMfu- ri.nrr HAMlMOIIi:. I'amiiv i ;j i4 ;.' ,0't .V CAITMi-l-'Irslqual- , torn .Mixivi Oils- - N11 ! white Kte No. i Hestsm lty Southern Stwl... . sii sm Tin. ll. :n f.t ioy, 7J Toledo '"D6foit) Canada Islands. I ILK - 11WHTH UltAIN 1 111 INDIANAPOLIS. Wheat Srcil .. . No KIN IN , w) 4 A ilI jJ Round Trip From Either fl H $6.50 -- est Tiiousand s.i IIKMN 11 mi V : inneii mutil. .4 ( j I 71) Ginclniiail or Indianapolis. $1.00 Additional to IkL'HH II- - TORONTO. 31 "l,tt ixirisvu.LiL K PllT.lt I.AItU - Him NuSrcd M ml M xr.l li' S'ejei inter rslent in , (.. A f1 ,u r.l !M Connect n;r !s3aeiaa--3sz- ss Li Iini rimit Iff Kor UetnllMl Information reRardlnB tho trip. Hotel Rata, Riecnliii; Car reservations, etc., call on your nearest apent. will bell excursion tlcltcts via tlio U. II. & IX ,v- ). 1). li. KDWAIIDS, 1'. T. M Clncluu-t- l, WiftPPII JJllfO. tJtLLil Dfllt . IJSil performed. (lltKEX Sho died, Klcvmtur llurnvd. (lrlu 0., July '."J. The Cincinnati, July SO. Mrs. Lena Nickel Plate grain elevator was burnwidow, of 1170 Shormau avenue, ed I'rlday. About 'JO.000 bushels of was run over and killed Friday mornwheat were destroyed, Tho cause of ing at 8 o'clock by Cincinnati Southern tho Ura Is unlcuowu. switch engine No. 515, at Kcuner street. Spiiinos, To cure, or money rotUndod by your merchant, so why not try it? lkiMPllU a3 Price DOa Bcrca General Hospital. Introductory Statements. The Counties. Cnpy for lhl l)fnmrnt mutt nmeh tlie on Kuturikjr tm mlln ilntr n( Imim. Owsley County. Sturgoon trials and troubles of the small boy Bond Making Tho hospital Is hero to assist Moro Busy-wor- k on a farm are given, mid although The Owsley county institute closed people in curing (or tin nick. A grent deal of work laid out on his pleasures and fun are also conFriday, July 20, with tho usual forIt is always ready to receive pa- malities. Every teachers of the sidered, tliu reader feels that it la very For the very little people tuke n roads Is waited tho work tients. easy for a parent to consider John newspaper, cut Into pieces about six done is of such a temporary nud present, about It gives better care than ean bo county save ono wan county certifi(50 teachers holding just a sort of machine, n human ma- Inches square. I like some regular, tnako-shif- t given in even the best home, and nt nature that tho next hart I chine, if you please, whoso only purcates having attended most of the much less expense. iffo is to run errands nnd do definite size a you are helping the lain destroys it nil. Moro thorough pose in It is ulfO ready to send apprentice time. Some i wore . prevented from . r it i. odd jobs of work from morning till children to iret nu idea of ciiuarn and excusivo work could bo imida nurses or emergency helpers to care reason present pan oi me limn iy . ... t r. . I'l.:. ti... JaCKSOn of sickness. uih-iiiiuh n ummiuuinii iu iraim measure Mick it pin tlirougli one to stay iu plnco mid mi would bo for sick tiersous at their homes, at Tynor. case on tho farm. It is so easy to call , Our Institute was visited bv Profs. , reasonable rates. cheapest iu (ho long run. Inn rainy ' It expect all who can do so to pay uuruaiian and Lewis oi i.omion, iy., t ,'H.Institute liegauat MoKeo on July for John to come nnd do all the mean cUlM- - L" him prick n hole m every region like this water dm-- s most of little jobs of works, as well as nome, jwho were made honorary members. reasonable charges, and the expense x. P. Bullock has been very sick j of the larger ones. Indeed ho is of- - has, or "was." or "the, etc., on the the dniuiigo to roads. To prevent of others will Iks met by their friends. Both gave instructive talks which tho paer, only one at a time being given. this the water intuit not bo allowed to r .1 , ten put at work wU'ch is beyond Tho hospital will lie grateful for worn miirli niutrcintpil lir the Inxtiand then i a growing ij' Onlv two took tho teachers' ex strength of why John loy,huy. It in H you havn desks, gifts which may bo used in caring ' uuu mm ivng itr mgather into largo volumes. Have is wow outlet' us also high-,for those who lack botli money and ly all. Our Institute was Yocum of aiuination last week. of work- - 'msy bo made very helpful. not that, it is only the result L'so tho ro.ul bed higher iu tho middle instructed by Mrs. 'friends. Edwanl Anderson is working in jing too much nnd not resting enough toothpicks, inch Micks, of friends, Berea College. "Her talks and meththeir 1. Patients, or own nhruy and then the rain that falls vottr Owsley at present. finds its way at ouco to the sides aud .. ... ..II r .1 limn lie linn mn ijiuimii. "u should apply to tho Superintendent, ods of instruction were received with ' ' John and Keal Moore are drilling a him on errands as if his legs could at her the greatest attention as they were who may always bo found the little people depictures hns no oer to wash tho bed, nejth. never get tiiedorasif his feet never Ollico Hours, lO.-.'t- n. m. For furth- very practical, and her advice so well well for James St. John. jwith nome motive. One thy - and or is it left standing iu puddles to bo work. Shin Jame.4 II. Jotius is buildiuir u dwol- - sufTeml from stono bruises. suited to the school-rooer particulars see chapter 1. Now I do not say that all children more it may ho. "Tuko these ttick chimin! up into mud by the wheels has made many warm friends in ling near his father's house in Tyuer. llflVn tilt I1 Hn4') C i I'nrVTJ .., wo , f,.nc iUl lo (li lirmVnii UvvhIcv nuil meethoiu fllJO Will inIIL'UIII Our pi'lmol liei'im wik with n niuwmn w,uu a ie frM N,l0(V 1IH' or horses' fool. No pike surface oven, Inlilnill their1 , n,,,,.,,!.. " U Iltl KIIU our teachers IllL'lU ill1 nt sliirht indisposition visit us nnd xr. Dvelm i u ill. is ho firm that it will not yield to tho ....... I I t o ,1 l who must bo where jour ekls are, your gnt.Un. earn nu good t.achcr nud we wish him a sue who are really just lazy, by calling nt the Hospital, (2) calls sonooi rooms ami inertgrinding aetfon of piisiing travel if bam, lot, yawl, etc." Another titnw made to work and who will grow up r..l4 ratlin - u Jipm Hitil. niwtit our imnlic HcnooH aul toai'Jiors People. . The Iwvs and . . into tho most . confirmed. idlers and thev iimv nIhut vimi Hi,, kind of water stands iu littlo hnllown to ilst! 'niw--. . . ... oi .1 l " ......... ittul cnrH nud mountain ucui, 4a.l.it ill Ml limit- .. .r r.ir . nil :Inut : ,. metnl. Thou too, wheu a , loaiors unions mini if uimnui 1UM farm that they would like Ui have, a at the Hosintal when the buperin- irins oi mese inouuiaiu couuiics are wnere no w til jom.a smai i par - iMtirIit while they are young. tendent considers it necoosary (!,'-- apt to learn and possess thu strong f.m; house that they would like to live in, small li(rt dixM get started the b , . . Tho nversL'o clnlil is tioi in as grove NV'' aud I!, without expense to them) nnd ininil when educated unit reliued tliat mis weea. .7..isn vou u ineiisaui. .m. ), r.,. .i,.,,,,,,, of pine trees and Indian tent wheels go into that with n chug nud f beillL' ,v,iw tiwi (4) nccesiarj- - medical attendance at is so essential to irood citizenshiii Our instructor. Prof. A. C. Flesh-imi- Juntos. hard as he is of not huviiiL' enough to illibtrnhi Hiawatha mid other ocrt it force like a blow to ihhko tho greatlr reduced rates. Collingsworth of ISngdad, Ky., gave entire recreation mixed with the work. If and stories that you may Im hole dcoer titill. 3. TkaIXINO IN C.IRK OF THE SltK. Wo have beun having plenty of you try it you will find that ho will ixx'tns to the teacheri and citizens, Tho first thing to caro Tor thou is A few yotiug womeu of proper rjualifi-cation- s at work on. do as much work as ho did boforo aud will bo received nt begiuniiig ne brought forth and prcsentwl the rain lietu ior lite past week. to keep the road-U-crowning and Tho Hirch Lick School is getting feel better for it if he knows that Ht When they know their words pretof each school year for instruction. lit'st metliods of teaching our county e heartily recommend him along nicely, about 70 iu attemiuce. the end of tho week ho can go fishing ty well, phonic work is useful. full iu tho middle mid tho next is to chapter II, or schools. For particulars see mid pleasant instructor Prof. Marsh of Berea passed for an afternoon, or after crops nro Write- - not print all tho words in keep the annul! holes fillwl up ns soon apply to tho Superintendent. n,ul ,ve as they apeur. Tho thin! will l to that our Institute will be through here last week. He has hud by, ho can take n trip of soverul I. Admission .d DucfurEt of Patl.nU. the at family, us cat. rat. nut. mnt. Won attending the institute at Man- - diMM to some nlsce ho has wanted to take euro of the water at tho ride. 1. Whenever able, the patieut shall visit. This plan applies well enough etc. or tho nko family, as rnke, cake, Kery opportunity Chester. applv in persou. in ouier cases ai - , should m taken ,i- i completion of the etc. Jiiiii iu uau in tin a n, iii'V'in nun Frank Haves, aud Ker. J. D. Nut as a sort of reward at work, cation may be made by a friend, for turning tho water olf to the side but there is a certain amount of through hero ting "".V the patient shall bo visited at his resi , AKn"' they may writo all the into the fields or down in tint hot- entertain Kirby Knob to lecture against Hiii.ther wax- of urovidiiiL' which the names of animals deuce. . that they know, 0,vs. It is a large stream of water Iiopothev all succeexi woll, for they ingto ment and "en joj mont in Applications from places other than i. n ;.. ..i:,:..f. the Mormons. i ,i: girls can tdinro. though I notice there or of lloivers, etc. Sometimes let that has the power to wash ami cut. " arun t.iliur I u (iiullik 111 tl'ritinf ml John C. Powell has gouo to Liv- are some girls who enjoy lisiung as ,,,, themselves for tho work before tfioin lko onle word and not tho little one. 'I'l.i. ia ir.i.. !.. .1,.. how he aud his partner, dressed to the Superintendent of the to ingston , I mnw , hUlllO IHMS1UI. WO!! 1,11 word. jkMLIo out of greatoHt ineamiro on stoop grades. Hospital, aud, when practicable, by Boonovillo John Fanner, are progressing iu the thoseHtnho can slioot and rido .liv well as the attending Physician of tho patient, "'Iters. But drawing is n gn-u- t Most of the schools commenced goods Imsines. Tho ower of a stream to do dnmago as Ih)Vs, and who get ns much enjoy-- , accompanied by a description of the on lust week. iiient'out of it. But what can bo favorite aud the fact that teachers so on n steep grHtlo incronsH Evorgroon. case. muiiy School at Pine is progressing nice- done is to have tarious kinds of i,,fti.n funtiot drnw in no reAson whv timoM moro rapidly teaches at Your correspondent 2. Any officer of tho college or than llie TUf games to plav in tho ,owo. , Meadow Creek, and commenced Julv ly. y either of the Physicians or Surgeons of tho grade. ' Crops are looking tolernbly woll, arc good at all (xwsonsrcif lhyeraiid uuistcW,n,n .. , in attendance ma)-- , in casoof emergen-- , 31. reulwo that chihlren s uuagiita-thOn our mountain roatls a heavy can be played by nwirly evervoiie in at Boonovillo' though wo mod rain. Quurtcrly meeting cy, send n patieut in tho first instance "Checkers ifominoH. tiou is mufe than ymirs and grade it frixpiently ittiow,iMe family. to the Hospital by written permit, and last week, with Klder Miller presid-Mis Martini Lako 1ms just returne- chchs. nutliors, gic-awn-y, iKiiil, and that thev will rxiituro tho untrid avoid. Hero wo are in tin ulley to shall decide, as i"g- the superintendent and d- from a pleasant visit at Clover many other games which you all , lnnn, ,,,;,, A, Dr. Andorson savs tho most of Bottom. t tlwro WXJ feet bIkivo us is tho top of soon as may be, whothor afterwards, to help puss away tho know ' -- ry story or poom worth his practice is on Wolf nnd Island such patient shall remain. " givmg to tho hill. That is a cold fact that we Miss Minnie, Luko has returnisl timo during ho winter e;enii.gi e a. Persons accidentally wounded, LrecKS. children may bo illustrate! bv thoiit cannot gel around, but if that from a visit to her brother, O. M. lM'ciallv. tM or otherwiso disabled or injured, shall Miss Xanuio J. Hevnolds, au old IVviic, at Disputantu. Competition is alway au incontivo in a very interesting even if crud feet rio can lo marie iu threo bo received at nil hours. student of Berea College, is going to 0. C. Moore, of Welchburg, has to increase Hkill, so trial of skill may manner. Then Nature gives ondlcs instead of one it w ill not prove a miles 4. Incurablo cases, nud those of teach Fish Creek school. very alwut seventy five pupils in school bo arrauginl between noighliors ami form for our imitation. I do not aplong Btuuding, which will admit only hard climb. So sometimes wo can The prodigal, Jas. Wilson, returnmany a pleasant evening can bo spent, is well liked. of tempoiary alleviation, are not re- ed last week after an unsuccessful hero. Ho The boys can of course think of prove of laying leaven on tho slate load tho rand back and forth aloug garded in general ns suitable subjects attempt to join the army. many oilier ways oi trying wieir aim urawmg oroumi mom. Much the face of the hill instead of iroinir for admission; tho chief object being -- jiivin ....... Miss Florence Ashor. who is teach- Iin-m- i IUI. I1UI 111 OU 1110 ! Htrail'llt to till, toil Boo Lick to afford substantial Tlliaia ll... medical aud ... r ,w, (... wl.wl 1 There is another thing which tho can sofl and lot thenil.t railroad surveyor get over some Corn is looking well, considering surgical relief to as large a number j girls cau do which will bo goo! jn stitute at iieattyvillo lust week tho dry weather. of patients as possible. of the terrible grades out in tho several ways. It is lo learn to weave ,uriiw BS 8eeu- Tho Owsley Institute has just clos 5. No person shall be admitted Edgar Gooch was at home Satur- nud bometimea Uiko small circle and Rocky Mountain. I romemhor look- spin. It not only occupies spare with any highly contagious disease. ed with ifoou attendance and hrst day and Sunday. limo. tHtt u Keeps auve mo nome-- sco how many tuiIK9 can ,jrawn ing out of the car windows at ouo infected with Persons primary class instruction by Prof. Fleshrnan, . . M. B. Reynolds wont to Crab Or- spun industries of tho country and it Syphilis shall not bo admitted by of Shelby county. place ami seeing tlirco lines of track 00 .tho '? bring ( product which f furnishes a The Reynolds boys of Berea are chard Tuesday on business. Superiuteudent, except by tho the dots, changing mere circles to a on the mountain aide below ua aud 11 Homespun 0. W. dimming went to Mt. Ver- money into the homo. consent of the Attending Surgeon, visitintr relatives and Iriends in Uws cloths brings a good price in our buttou, spokes making a w heel etc., train that really was following ours, and if admitted, shall pay no less lev. They aro lively boys and we nro non Saturday and was taken sick. for it con lw thon additions on ouUido only, and apparently going in the opposito Mr. J. C. Watson attended the large cities and a market than double the usual rates of board. glad to see tnom. found at pet3- you can mako a mouse, n dip uet and direction. 6. Patients discharged on tho rel(. U. bmith, candidate to repre teachers' institute nt Somerset last The real results of having a change commendation of the Physicians or sent this district in next general as- week. Mako a large, rather broad capita! of works is more than merely nmtis- - !"veral other things, but with lino Surgeons shall bo provided with a cer- sembly, was hero last week, shaking Mr. Davis, a Barbourvillo drum- ing ourselves. It is to strengthen the added both outside nnd in, n great S to ropiwont a curved road. Draw a tificate stating their condition at tho bauds and making frienda. mer, was with our merchants last habit of industry. We can rest by variety of urns, pitchers, vases, lino connecting tho ends nnd this time of discharge, whether cured, W.T. Herndon is going to teach in week. changing work as well as by ceasing snimai. ctc, ,nay H, nn,jp All will represent going stnight up the relieved or not relieved, which certifi- district uo. 26. He contends that vMr. Hubble, one of the railroad work. And wo should not ullow . J. cate shall be signed by the Physician. the nearest way to bis school ia by prospectors, was through here last ne.s to increase but aubstituto somoork tn"8t lf BM nel Wllh cnrf Bud hill. You will soo in a glance how Whenever a patient is removed way of tho mouth of Wolf Creek. done. much is gained in easo of grade. week. nPctton whi thing useful iu its place. from the Hospital without the consent W. A. Collins has sold his farm Tho Julv examination had onlv aud approval of tho Superintendent, . with tho intention of eoini? to Texas a written statemont to that erlect will two applicants, J. L. Peters and Felix McCarrny wos hauling lumgan n school, n few days since, near eomlnul from rt column i v Mr. Peters was verv this fall. T. Thomas. ber and riding on tho wagon. He Kirby Knob, Jackson Co. b uorvous in the examination for somo fi. J. Reynolds and son aro Bellini? tho responsibility of the removal. caught his foot, throwing him oir and in theTho second years will reside Mr William G. Wolf, tho Western N hospital, and recoivn Their 0 can Bue8S goods ut cost expecting to quit the 7. Patients may bo admittod to the reaso"' Uniou telegraph operator at this injuring him soveroly. incidental fee, board, and uniform of board as may Your correspondent was talking with business. at such rates Judge Nenl, of Bell County, died without place, loft, last Wednesday for his and render active be from timo to timo determined bv old Mr. Wilson who is 78 years old. S. A. Barnos has moved back to July 21. Ho was a noted citizen of service in cijoiiBt, maintenance of tho HospiHo says he nover was sick a minuto her old homo where sho will spend a liome ut Aicholnsville, where lie will tho Superintendent and Treasurer: w ith his friends and our county. John Culton, another ,al nud caro of its patients, as well aa spend n fow days such board beintr securod by a sullici in his life and so never called n dot- - low day. good citizen of this oounty, died on i 8l,oh cases outside tlm Hospital relatives. ent deposit on admission, or other tor or took a doso of medicine, and Mr. K. W. Reynolds had u lot of ")'- ,a the Superintendent may assign Panola Correspondent. guaranty equally satisfactory; or that he is now as strong as most fine apples destroyed by Mrs. BarTho Superintendent of the Hos. . they may bo admitted, nt their dis- young men. nes' hot; Sunday, while ho was nt Combs ipiial will sign their rojiortH to thu Kontucky Fnlr Datos cretion, to unoccupied free beds, if Wo aro glad to say that one moro church. M. G . Dowell began school at Beech funds permit. oifort has beou mailo to extend tho Tlio following nro the dates for holding ' ..U.J . IIIIVIIJIII, and hnvo itnu.ir in David Elder had Geo. MeRobortn Grove July 10. excuse them from tho regulations of II. Instruction in Hygiene and Care of It. X. I. A B. up South Fork. It indicted for trespassinir but, aftor iro- Hev. Wm. Buckles visited his fam- Kentucky fairs this year iu far as re tho MiidonN .vrnnunl when theso could not go through n county moro ing to Mt. Vernon for trial, they com-the Sick. portwl: ily iu .Richmond last week. icontllct with Hospital duties, as well enticing for wo have an abundance of promised. Tho Trustees now otter a two years' ns to give such special oxeusm as may Berea, Aug. :),:il, Sept. 1. Hev. J. Liiiisford preached at BeavWe shall bo at o'f tho coal and timber. course in hygiene nud Boo Lick is a prosperous littlo ril-- ' bo given by parents. See Manual homo when they como. Richmond, Aug. 1, 2, U, nnd 1 tit. er Pond Christian Church July 15 oung women iu this depart-- 1 sick. Inge of about inhabitants, two IfS 27. and It!. Two were baptized. Loxington August 8 fi days. mont will register with tho Principal general stores, ouo hotel, ploutv of South Fork. 6. Tho .wond your course covers K.W.Todd visited Booch Grovo of the Ladies' Department, observe its good citizens nud good surrounding Madisonville, August 0 ( ulays. Charley and Albort Reynolds twelve mouths of continoim rohklonco school lust week and took pictures of general regulations and uharo all the country. Iiwronceburg, August 15 i days. and hervico iu tho Hospital, with hero last. or the school. privileges of other shutouts. M. G, Reynolds has moved on tho tho school houe and Lebanon, August 15 I days. woll as systematU- inMr. M. V. Roberts conducted n 1. ApplioaiiiH to the iirst year on John Todd and his brother went struction from manuals snd s good institute at Mauoimstur lust old Albright farm which ho has re- through CoiiiIm last week with a Columbia, August 22- - 1 days. probationers' clues must bo mature and is rwpuiring centiv purouuMAi, furuitJiod hy the Inatitution, ami on Alexandria, Atigiiht 22 - 5days youug womeu, of good character and week. tlmnlil hnildiMt'x mill iiihUIiii' iiiiiiii drove of sheep from Jackson oounty. its satistmitory health, ami without relative depend-Vour oorrtwpondont beyan school an ininrovoment. Louisville (Colored Fair), Aug. 22- - will Ik given. completion a diploma Mibw Lulu Kindred, of Locust oat upon thorn who might interrupt last with mi unrolluittiit of soveuty 5 days. G. B. Sutton is teaching school at Branch, is very ill with coiMiitiipiioii. 7. As the second yoar studonts their course of study They must nUo ono pupil. Union winch in about live miles from Crops horo have boeu damagad half Gormautown, August 'J8 -- I days. in tUU couriK recoivo the iiuit have Winn education iu the common Tho ftiuonil of Mr Gilbert was his home. He boards ut homo but on account of the dry weather. trainiiig thnt Borea College Brodhoad, August 28 -- 1 days, brunohuti. aiTords thev placo thenihelvos under 2. The "first yearn" or probationers l'ld at Whito Oak, Sunday. A large doesn't always go tho uoarost route Sholby ville, August 28 !1 days. early. Clay iu order to get to his school obligation to render all tho service will reside at Ladle' Hall or in ap- - crmvu Spriugllold, August 2JI 3 ikys. of Mr. Hubble, a promiueiit-lHwyo- r in their owor, aud especially to conproved boarding places, liko othr! FHrm work is over und logging will Oglo. llartistown, August tinue to do so during tho latter iwrt studeuU, and rwoivo one losson a lw t principal occupation hero the Lancaster, p'iswsd through here Tuesf no loy. Daniel Swulford Iuh a day oreing at dusk and mot David of thoir course when thoir sun icon Grange, August day in the Hospital, aud other iustrtic-- ooming mmoii. Miw Brigmnu's iohool is inuraiu-ing- . Mr. Adams begin to bo of como value. Each tion in such clashos in fho other do- The diu of tho threshing machine Adams on tho road. Floronoe, August days. young woman entering ujkhi this partmonta of tho Iiihtitution as the may bo heurd in tho distance and tliroiiL'h a mifelnke add refill Mr. Elisuibothtowtt, Sept. 5 1 days. Wood Bros, are still in the logging year will sign an ogreemont to conbupermtwidout may seloct for them farmers aro asking: "How muoh Hubble an Dr. Southard, this insult Bowling Grcou, Sept. 13 l'days. iiiL' tho old man, ho rather disputed business. tinue to tho completion of the course. J. llie mslructioii of this year will whent did you raise this yearl" 1 days. Glasgow, Supt. 20 Mr. AdatiiH' word, notwithstanding Trigg Swallord killed a largo ratcovorcouimou puysioiogy ami nygiono tho Doctor is ono of tho cleverest tlesnake last weok. the taking of temperature, keeping Guthrie, September 2.S 1 duys. young inuu of this county. of records, diet for the sick, disinfeo- Horso Cavo, Soptembor 271 days. Robert Wood has put up a ntoro Dlsputanta tmn ii lid irnnnrii niMiiru v n n1 f!l &1 at tho mouth of Ottor Creek, Owonsboro, Ootobor It 5 days. Teachers' institutes nro to bo hold T,e inlmi of Harrison Gi.dd diwl ity iu following a TToctor's directions. Bud Baker aud Bowman Smith iu tho various eouuties at tho followYoung womeu who complete this j rMJav' Panola. Btarted for Woodbiue, Whitloy counork on tho roads about this place ing timoa nnd places: year'iwork inn satisfactory manner j. Panola was blessed, Friday, with n ty Wodiiowlay. County Court Days. will be rocoinnioudod not as nurses 'B progressing, copious shower. Jackson, McKee. Dill and Will Freeman hauled a Paris, Bourbon County, lot Monday July 31 but as emergency helpers who in Teachers' Institute in Rockcastlo Wolfo, Hazel Green. Friends of Mrs. E. S. Bukor will bo load of Aug. !1 roots to Trigg Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday, cases when nurses cannot bo obtained county begins August 11. Madiiou, (col.) Richmond. sorry to learn that she is very ill. Swafford recently. , caro ior un bick j jUgg umr cuii .ujrvu Jectt IJukor attended tho pic- Lexington, Fayette, 2nd Monday. Miss Jennie Evans opened tho Red Aug. 7- - j. Mudison, Richmond. under direction of a doctor at a com- - !,, v Knin i.tnV rbi,.i j . Estill, Irvine. Hill School last Monday, with a large Stanford, Lincoln, 2nd Monday, Bell fiensation of from threo to soven Miss Nannie Antrlin is visitintr attendance. Banrlllo. Ueorgotowu, Scott, !lrd Monday, Plnovlllo. week on Roundstouo. Aug. Lincoln, (col.) Stanfortl Mr. J. V. Logsdon and son have 1. A limited number of the moit friends this Danville, Boylo, Urd Monday. ( Rockcaitle, Mt. Vernon Wo had a heavy storm Saturday just returned from an oxpedition to Beu Bingham, sou of E. L. Bingpromising studouts who have comNioholasville, Jossamino, !)rd Mouday. tho mountains, whero they bought ham, died July 20. pleted the course as omergenoy help- night, dumaging corn conaiderably. Mr. Swiuford gave the young several huudrou sheep. Mrs. Haynes, colored, shot and mor- Winchester, Clark, Uh Monday. ers will be admitted to a second year people a song service Thursday Mr. Alson Baker, of this place, and tally wounded a colored man here Venaillei, Woodford, 4th Monday. of instruction. at (continue-- ) in itxtb column.) night. a former student of Berea College, be July 20. Climax. Stilliamelig:,rland Mr. John Stewart of Clay county has recently moved to this neighborhood. Miss Eliza Swinford pleasantly entertained William Mullinsof Withers, Sunday. W. D. Etnbree, of Berea, visited your correspondent last week nnd gnvu a short talk to his school. Miss Johnson, of Tanyard school, was tried for whipping one of Win. Gadd's children and was acquitted. Good for our citizens. Tho teachers must be protected. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. tVIIInt lijr JIM, Kath K. l'l Hrr Collrtr. In WamorV "Being a Boy" tSA, Trfch.r THE SCHOOL. In THE FARM. HUH tho Killtnl lijr Mm Kurt II. Vm I x. limn "I tt Niirm.l lMrtmnt. Il trn V)l(cr. i. r. Mwn, IMtr, Hrrm Orfhga. MmkoI llwKrnl. County. 4 ... I , luiiii-uiiri'irt- i stick-layin- g '"7" 1 ... .,, u 1 , - ..... ..... c : i n '1 ,.f !.. ;u l; pasl .... j lll-I- ,,. o o 1 ' Pulaski County. i. j "'"" ....,.. '"r ' u.!uHnniun.nin...m: - " visit-frieu- j - - -- text-ljook- j 1 : ' County. ys. 1 Ii Rockcastle County. Institutes. 1 Madison County. may-nppl- County. 11-1- PfAM'l Wle