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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 9, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899080901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 9, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, VOL. I. 1000. The Citizen. Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY c & to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. Ycir. 8. UJ2REA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1899. NO. The Citizen T. BEREA PERSONALS. u Tho Church was orgaulzed near Tho Institute convened at Boone-villPalmyra, New York, April 0, 1830, July 17, being called to order with six members, Joseph Smith, Jr., by Superintendent RlltTOR and MANAOKR. Sjcnce. Devobeing its visiblo head. were conducted by T. rnblUfctil it lha oOfx ol The "Book of Mormon" is said to tional exercisesThe address of tho Sube n translation from certain plates P. Gabbard. TUB CITIZEN, More, Ky. of brass or gold which Joseph Smith perintendent was followed by an adspeaknr JaVrm, A. u Enttrtit at the claimed to have discovered in the hill dress by Hon. W. B. Bullock, Booue-villeiM Cumornh, near Palmyra, New York, ing in behalf of the citizens of o assuring us that we were uuder the guidance of an angel callin their homes while here. ed Moroni. IDEAS. The wholo system rests upon tho Then camo the response by Ren Ilobt ! t? claim of Joseph Smith to hare been ' T1 i Thar is iijw wjrk for ovorybody ' " ; let everybody work. divinely called and inspired, and uis;"ways feel at; home nmongthem. Miss having received tho plates aud trauB And, remembering that wo caanot 3STo lated their inscriptions by divine help Movers was appointed seo'y. pro tern always bo earning money as uow, lot ami the following teachers were enand inspiration. RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. ovcrybody save his earnings. Among tho young preachers who rolled: Misses Luln Minter, Maggio Moyers, Lary Evans, Nancy Saun- He run baa grown more in tho laat entered the ministry in an irregular . i it ders. MaKKie Brandcnbunr, : i .ua two years than in any ton years before. Get jour room ready to rout. Fall Ohio. anil dangerous men of Smith, Emma Brewers, Minnie Scale, la,'er' popular Vmdttmn, term oihsus early Sept. 13. who went from church ' Sarah Holcomb, Nanuio ulu Mrs. Liebeudorfer. of Pawnee Citv. to clmrcli misleading tho excitable Vc bogin this woek a series of ar- Nob., re urnod to her home yesterday , Reyuo The result of good xcork and reasonable prices is that ue ticles on tho history of tho Mormons. after a short visit with her sister, Mrs, and filui)g uo cerlli nbiding ,ac0 isia Scale. Lillie Moore. in any sect. Une of these nonces I now have customers In all jmrls of the State You will wish to read thorn all care- Marsu. was Sidney Kigdou, whose home was Minnie Herd, Mrs. Martha Erersole, When you want fully. Ifyouhavo not dono no Mrs. W. C. Taylor and two child- - iu western Pennsylvania. Ho was Mrs. Mattie Allen, Mrs. Mary ReynBulncrilo to day. Lexington, came Saturday for! fond of debate, gifted with fluency of olds, Mrs. Lucy Fknery, Messrs. R. ren.of in Tho progress of tho Negro is a mat- a short visit with Mr. und Mrs. A. speech and pleasing address, and D. Hale, James Anderson, G. W. Wilson, ter of concern to tho white peoplo as Crawford. possessed ol ambition and energy, lie Garrett, J. B. Peters, P. P. Reynolds Leonard J. B. Mititer, Let us know and tee icttl send you designs and prices well. If the Negro is debased his Rer. E. A. Paddock arrived in town united with the Baptists, but, disap- J. white neighbors will suffer. All Monday night on a short visit to his pointed in his dosire for leadership Charles Turner, T. P. Gabbard, Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Henry Isaacs, Willie Henderson Z. honor and success to the colored children. He leaves on among them, he sought alliance with M. Abshenr, E. B. Moore, E. C. Seale, schools. Alexander Campbell. But his resthis way homo. L. F. Coyle, J. D. Heard. ... ... Borea's old onemy has boon startS. E. Welch has returned from n less disposition and cunning methods Tho institute elected its oflicers and ing fre-d- i slanders of lute. Thoso may short trip to the islands of Michigan, offeudod tho honest men of that nominated the following committees: discourage some youug people from where he has .been resting and trying church and ther soon dispensed with At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. Program J. B. Minter, Z. M. his services. Then he was for a time hooking the education they might get to escape the heat. Absliear, Prof. Fleshmen. here, and they may prevent some gifts Ky. J. M. Hart, J. B. Lucas, B. C. pastor of an independent church iu Resouttioxs Bettie Pendergrass, to tho college. But every persou with Richardson, L. V. Dodge, and J. W. Pittsburg, and making the book-storand publishing house of Patterson J. B. Minter, Lucy Flanery. a grain of seine will soon find out Ohatiey wore among the visitors to Estertainment Etta Smith, Magaud Latndiu a place of freouent rethat they are slanders. Thoie who Richmond on Court Day. A. P. SETTLE, sort, became somewhat familiar w ith gie Braudenburgh, P. P. Reynolds. know anything about it kuow that Invitation Lula Minter, Z. M. Dr. Chas. D. Shelton, of St. Louis, their business. Among the manuBerea is all right. Attorney and Notary Public, who visited Dr. Davis last week, has scripts was a novels written by Solo- Absliear, Mnry Evans, Delia Penlocuted at Newby, in this county, mon Spauldinir, and called 'The dergrass. THE WIDE WORLD. Berea, Kentucky. Mcsie Nannie Sanders, Luln whore he has prosects of a good .Manuscript Found." Ho advanced Minter, Z. M. Abshenr. Boundary linn trouble between tho practice. the theory that the Iudians in this lOiflceon Miln Street. In Mmlc BM, upt!n. Next was an address by our InUnftwl Slates and Canada continues. Arthur Sizetnore returned last week country descended from two colonies. structor, A. C. Fleshmen, upon the American consuls in Italy are at from Ulliu. III., where ho was at work one of which came from the tower of Ton Want GOOD GLASSES Digests Naplos to pay respects to Admiral until taken sick. After a week nt tho Babel, the other many centuries later purpose of the institute. He says you hospital here ho loft for his home at from Jorusalem. Mr. Spauldinir died we onco studied the three r's, but It artificially digests the food and aids Dewey. without hating his novel published. now study the three m's (mind, Nature In strengthening and reconAfTuira in Santo Domiuiro nre vorv Bright Shade yesterday. matter, method.) He defines educa- structing the exhausted digestive orRev. J. Dean Oldham, Murry.Neb., Mr. Rigdon bocamo deeply interested much disturb!. Kevolutions are im-- , a pouring tion not process hut arrived Monday, and will visit here u this novel and must have copied it a leadingasout process,in as an equal gans. It Is the latest discovered digest-an- t miueni. and tonic. No other preparation with Rov. Geo. Ames and wife, until aud changed it by introducing many development ot Mexico is waging n war of extermithe physical and can approach It In efficiency. It In passages scripture so as make it nation against the Ynkui aud Mayas Sept. I, when he aud Mrs. Oldham appear to ol a revelation from God. mental powers of man, having a clea stantly relieves ana permanently cures bo expect to return home. Indiaus. mind iu a sound hotly. Adjourn Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, his stay in Pittsburg Flatulence. Sour Stomach. Nausea. John Pritchard, of .Middle town, O., But started westward on anwas short. ment to meet at p. m. Tho Dreyfus trial at Bonnes has Ho indepenIn the afternoon session, after the 8lckncadachetGastralgia,Gramps,and begun. Sympathy is with Dreyfus wtiose son bd was tiere in school a dent mission. Ho preached that tho ail otnerresuitsor Imperrectdlgestlon. IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. vear aira. was iu town Mnndnr nml at present. Prepared by E. C. D.Witt A Co- - Calcago. Gliam tbtt re not property djnted to your were at Hand, and uod roll call and music, the entire time Tuesday, taking orders for paer, for latter days to eyes ire tctuallj dangerous. I know It, ul A tfunlrtat has been was about reveal new truth to his was taken up by the discussion of the 8. E. WELCH, JK. rou ought to knovr It. I will not attempt to suit tho Journal Printing Co. Domingo to protect United State ini;lasse to jour eytt until I know what i needed. choseu few. He soon had a flourish nature of schools., tho necessity of Mr. and Mrs. Candee returned last iiic: church near Mentor. O. school buildings, how secured, etc. Eje examined free. terests there. Wedneeday after a vacation spent at FB1DAV UOBMNO. The family of Joseph Smith claims Adjourned until 3:30 a. m. Tuesday, A Nice line of Novelties in A movement to bur tho'tslaud of Singing, derotioual exercises eon Tl'ESDAT M0RNINO. ioiwo, u., anu spnugviiie, a. x, to be of Scottish extraction aud to of Cyprus from Jewish colonization Mrs. Caudeo has leen gono JEWELRY. Roll-calMinutes of Monday read and ap ducted by Prof. Lewis. for sever' have lived iu New Eugland ever since is on foot in London. proved. al mouths, and Will went on July 1. LOO. The mother of Joseph was minutes ol lnursuav reau anu adont- - T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. The discussions were take up with ed. The morning was occupied bv Prof, and Mr. G. H. Wilscn of tortuno-ieiier- . NATIONAL NEWS. isotti parents were Mrs, illiterate aud superstitious. O., are visiting They renew oil vigor. Primary reading was Prof. Carnahan and others upou Strikes of all kinds are on in Cin- Marietta, parents, Dr. and with to teach it, etc.. followed bv Wilson's Mrs. Nel were among the peoplo in Vermont discussed at length by the Instructor cinnati. son Mays, at Paint Lick. Mr. Wilson who, during the first decade of the and Mrs. iccuui. I he loilowinL-- discussion upon Aritnmetio anu ue- -Sixty cases of yellow fevor are re- is remembered as a teacher hern two present century, followed a strange suggestions were offered: Quality, ograpuy, in wnicn vaiuauio suggesn vn t ' AT ported at the Hampton Soldiers years ago. MA SI ill S ideas be tious were given br the Instructor and H AN SI IN delusion uuder the leadership of one noiquanity, in reading, A. VI U111IMV1I UUVV M Unity must exist be Homo. ,M mo use oi an insiru fore words. Mr. Harry Hacker, formorly of ( Jlay u iiigniu. AFTERNOON SESSION. Near Bridgejwrt, Conn., 30 people county, now ot UKianoma, and Miss ment which they called "St. John's tween the minds of tho author and Organization of Teachers' Associa perished in a trolley wreck. Car Sarah Allen were married Wednesday Roil" tho followers of the impostor reader. A lively discussion of ad plunged through a W foot trestle. at the bride a home near Berea. Two claimed to be aula to discover gold, vanced reading. Suggestions: road tions, reports of committees. These Understand the resolutions were offered by the com Mormon elders year ago Mr. Hacker went to Oklaho- silver, currents of water under standard works. trouble iu establishing churches in ma and secured a farm to which he ground, and medicinal roots and intellectual element, then express it. tnittee: H. C JASPER, M. D. The cominlttM on rerolntlona mbmlti the herbs, and to cure all manner of Get the spirit of the author. nwaiucsy ana i ennesseo. The lead has taken his bride. Spelling: advantages or oral spell following: dieases. Like the victims of all such MEDICINE tod SURGERY, re of tho Church are almost dospair lit U Rm&mi. 1st. That we heartllr commend BEREA LOCALS. delusions they banked with unlimited ing, pronunciation, articulation, syl our superintendent (or bit wise selection ol 1'rol. Offic la Pnthr Building Richmond, Ky ng. Flesh man as our lnntructor. and that we extend S t impudenco upon the "Lost Tribes of labificalion, accent, competition. Ad to nlm our thanks for his effort! to make the In TtUphont (03 St 109 vantages of written spelling. I'racti ' TV. xiaroor, aie., an excursion Penniman's Excursionists succeNS. pany was thrown into the ocoon Sun Pineville last Sunday, aud arewere at Israel," aud promised a gathering of cal ase, diacritical marks, attention, stltuta aThat we extend our sincere thanks to 2nd. expect- the favored people of God. and a Prof. Fleshman for the wise and able manner In uay by tho collapsing of tho pior. 20 ed home soon. "Latter-daGlory" far exceeding tho more words, more writting. We were which he has condocttd this Institute, ami (or were urowued, mauy injured. us advised to use written spelling for the or untiriOjceirorutn uemnnstratin tnemetnoas E. B. McCOY, At a business meeting of the Bap- glory of former days. The whole wnicn me educational proiession may Deaig ultled. tist Church last Saturday, C. H. Pal- movement proved to be a scheme of a most part. STATE BRIEFS. Writing: In learning to write it In 3rd. That the In.tltutamadea wise as on band of swindlers. Win gate, the seenrina; the Mr. E.C. Seale sec James Baker was acquitted of mur- mer was called as pastor. agreed that legibility and rapid! retary, and that service olmm ror the sole roan we thank Miss Minnie Hathaway, formerly leader, was arrested, but escaped waswere ner In which he has kept the proceedings ol the der at Barbourville. ends to ty teacher of Music in tho College, from justice, and the movement came gardless the system. be attaiueu re institute. of Work on the hotel and opera house spends August at Boulder, Colo. 1th. That we thank the rlsltlnr rroieasors far to an end. their Kioanssi.tanctana toe interest wnicn inej AFTERNOON SESSION. k is oeing pushed, nare uxeu in me institute. What you want is not a temporary ., .. r ..i a. Tbst weemreMto thecltlzensolllooiieTllle Roll call. Singing. The Secretary .1. iluaugaraiiou Ol me relief from piles but a cure to stay Kodol Dvsrjeosia Cure comnletolr mo food wituin tho stomach and was appointed as a committee ou our greatest gratitude lor the kindness shown the CENTER rurai man delivery in Fayatte county euood. DeWitt'e Witch Hazel Salve digests learners wnuein tneirni usi. intestines and renders all classes of finance. The remainder of the even-iu- g 6th. That we thmik tbe mrrerent committees took place. This is douo by four ear- cures piles, and they stay cured. food callable of being assimilated and was consumed iu the discussion for theemcleacir In which they hae performed! ART GALLERY ners who deliver the mail to all famiS. E. Welch, Jr. converted into strength giving and of Language lessons and school iiieirtiuue. we approve of P.-- . 71 of the Com' 7th. That lies living along near ono hundred C. I. 000, Proprietor. Kentucky. Iu regards to elect inon School City Couucil meets night tissue building substances. mauageineut, mauy valuable sugges- inn trutisi. Ijtw ofshould a varanrv fMt'ur we miles of turnpike. hot If you hare no grievance, think up S. E. Welch, Jr. recommend that the remaining trutce ori Hn.tA.TIllU PhfltrK tions being sfTered. Holding But Trie Men are now surveying tho propostrustees have-thiower to call an linuiedlatel UF some. The fathers delight in hearOn account of the Democratic ecu- WEDNESDAY SI0R.NINO. ed line of road from Jellico.Tenu., to ing your troubles. I election to till such vacancy Best Finish at the Loiest Prices. Reading and prayer br Prof. Dal- - ntn. ie recominen.i mat teacners aomiug veutiou ut Lexingtou. tho L. & N. uurgin, which will pass through Lanbe entitled to teach tint urada J. A. Schear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved will Hell tickets at ono and one third ryuiple. Roll call. Reports of com- county in certificateswithout examination. In any caster and cross the Knoxvillo braach the State, th. That we nledw our support for securing of the L. & N. near Brodhead. and from death by croup by using One fare for tho round trip, ou all regular mittees. Joint intltutefnrJackon and Mrs. Yocum advised lor toe siictvtiuug m no.ii year. Owsley countir. Grammar: DENTAL SURGERY. ruu through tho southwest of Rock- Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, trains of August 15, aud trains arriv resolutions ue lutn. "e request castle, Laurel, and Whitley counties, colds, pneumonia, la grippe, aud all ing iu Lexingtou ou the morning of the use of correct language, correct placed on record by themat inese of the Institute. A. WILKES SMITH, L). D. S. i'ecreiary August 16. Good returniug on Aug. the language of your pupils. Have crossing Rockcastle river near Rock- throat and lung troubles. Bkttik Pcxdeiujiu'w It), S. E. Welch, Jr. Smith Building, Main Street, ror rates from this section in your pupils write, me instructor Z. M. Aimiiiur castle Spriugs. J. II. MlNTM The Berea ball tea in went to Paint quire of agent. C. P. At more, G. F. A. guve an interesting talk ou InfiniRichmond, Ky. IIxmiy I4i(tt, Committee Mr. t). T. Wallace of Paiat Lick, Lick Saturday aud defeated them by W. M. Gallagher, of Brvan. Pa.. tives und Participles. Telephone, ltosldenc. Natl. )Bc,No 60. adopted. Resolutions Institute Garrard county, was nominated for a score of 13 to 1 1. The return game says, "For forty years I have tried lue remainder ot tho forenoon was adjourned siuo die. governor br tho prohibitionists in con- will probably bo played next Saturvarious cough medicines. One Min- consumed by the Instructor, ou the vention at Louisville Wednoaday. A day at Lincoln Field. E. C. Seale, Secretary ute Cough Cure is best of all." It re- Model School. Many interesting full state ticket was nominated. A is time for all things. The lieves instantly and cures all throat maxims on teaching were given by There platform denouncing the present elecand lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. tho teachers. tion law and favoring woman suffrage time to take DoWitt's Little Early The Fair at Richmond last week AFTERNOON SESSION. Kisem is when you are suffering from Ilecout advance in price puts gaso-liu- o UKALKR IN AMATKUK HUl'PLIKM and tho abolition of tho liquor traifto Institute was favored by an ad was well attended aud an evident sueat 20 cents a gallon, straight. constipation, billiousness. was adopted. Mrs Francis E. p n I s. dress by Hon.S. P. Hogg, upon the cess, cxnimta were gooa ana die Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. lal has it. indigestion, or other stomach or Printiug-otlic- e was temporary chairmau of needs of the day. The questions: premiums Views about Berea a specialty. S. E. Welch, Jr. livor troublen. were carried off by fine DoWitt's Little Early Risers act as How iuterost pupilst Is nature-studthe convention. Pwitagrapfi. A recent number of the Evangel-it- l a faultless pill should, cleansing aud specimens in each class. The biggest beiieficial? occupied the afternoon. COUNTY. un iiitereetiuir article reviving the system instead of weakeu-iu- g THURSDAY MORNINO. attraction was tho Banker's stake, giv- it. They are mild and sure, small ou Commencement at Berea, by Dr. Singing. Reading aud prayer by eu by the four Richmond banlu, for Last week Richmond had her first w. v. Attarbury, who was a visitor and pleasant to take, and entirely free Prof. J. C. Lewis. Prof. Lewis then electric light. They are a success. from objectionable drugs They as- gave excellent thoughts upon tho up the beat saddle horse. Some iiue here last Commencement. Labt Friday C. C. Wallace took Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff sist rather than compel. plication of psychology iu teaching, specimeus were shown, the judges ft Offlce Hours, 8 to It A.M., e chargoof tho S. E. Welch, Jr. at Richmond. of Trov, Mo., says, "If everyone in the followed by Prof. Caruahau upou At nally awarding the stake as follows; I toS l M. National 11 ink Building A small gold Lost. Prof. J. B. Harris will have charge uunwi amies nuuuiu uiscuver luo tention, how secured. The Instructor 1st Preaton, owned by C. T. San- Richmond, Ky. DoWitt's Witch Hazel for piles, chaiii. Reward at this office. of Elliot Institute at Kirksville this gave a talk upon psychology, in dridge, Danville, 2nd, Frenchman; rectal troubles, and skin diseases, the What is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure T which he defined the processes of edjvur. Christo, Jr. demand could uot Im supplied, It is the uewly discovered remedy, the ucation: Soeing, Ilellectiug, Writing. 3rd, MonteMonte Christo,4th, Margaret Teachers institute is Iu aeasion at Jr., won the TftJUtf.MAxIM S. E. Welch, Jr. Stewart. AFTEBNOON SESSION. moat effective ureparatiou ever devisR.chmond this week, with Prof. AlMr. A ... ai 1 nnrli.l i.nvil. I.. 4l.c ed for aiding the digestion and assimSiugiug. One of tho best big stake at tho World's Fair, so it is OaiAMCB fred Livingstoti iu charge. adjustment of J. W, Ames insurance ilation of food.and restoring the de- features of the day was an address by evidout that Preston defeated some ABVKe At-- TO PATtWamiTY nouoa to lavtnUT as " The campaigu was opened, Monday were sout to the omce ot tho Mutual ranged digestive organs to a natural Prof. Lewis on the subject, The true ut Richmond by Hon. G. G? Gilbert, Reserve Insurance Compauy, aud on condition. It is a discovery surpass- Teacher. Discussion of a county li of the bust horses pt tho present day, Book "How to obtain Palin U' Other attractions were pleutiful, CSarft motUnlt. Vo fsa UU paUst U Mcurtd. ot Shelbyville, who addressed the August 5 a check in partial paymant ing anything yet known to the med- brary consumed tho rest ol tho day. LatUrs stcietlr ooofidnisUl. AddrMl, E. S. MMCM. Pita Um, WaaMftoa70- - C. Democrats of tho county. S. E. Welch, Jr. , wuoiuuj, aguut. ical profession. ot tue committee on finance. and the crowd was well pleased. ueport nun lovQiicu uj w. lv 0. PASCO, r mtl-mitt- was in from Wallace-toSaturday. Alex McBain began school at Clark county, Inst week. Will Kloin, of Langford, came up Wednesday, and attended tho Ilich-mon- d Fair. Prof. Geo rgo W. Lawrenco returned to his homo at Cumberland Gap, Thursday. President and Mrs. Frost loft Friday for a vacation iu Michigan, They visit Cleveland on the way. Alex Moore makes frequent trips to Slnto Lick Springs. It must Im that the wnter is doing his health good. Rev. and Mrs. Derthick returned yesterday from n month's vacation with relatives and friends at Mantua, Beck-ucrville, J. A. Bakor Historical Sketch of Mormonism Her. D. J. McMillan, D. D. Minutes of Owsley County Institute. e. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR e, wel-com- "'" Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. Trouble to Stiow Goods The Berea Monumental Co. Anything I the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments e JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. one-thirt- l, tt GO TO n aj LIVERY. li y Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET u' -- bURTON, The Photographer, Beau-cham- y J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, Post-otlic- vir-tua- eye-gla- roll-cul- PATENTS' FREE THE CITIZEN. T. Q. PASCO, Editor tnd Manager. ! WILL BE ABSENT. A AST0R, THE TRAITOR. llnetlng, Jeering Crowd, llnried Mllllsm Yla'ilnrr Aalnr In Mct In New Tnrk (ttr. R- HIS SH1KL0 A AMD Ol'CKLSR ewni a KENTUCKY. Sir Wilfrid LinrTtr Declines an Invl (Atlon to Visit Chicago.. Tho Harsh Ton of the American frrn In Heating V,ih lllm and tho Alaika Ilountlary rjaeallon tha Cause Ha Mar Reconsider. WaSin.iOTOx, Mltla Shining; Cntl nail tfow II Kept lit t'ntsettnr from (he Inloslealloa- - Cap. Mnny a rough-looking "Actions of the Just Smell Sweet." The fngrtnet of lift Is vfpof nd strtnglh. ntilhtr cfmhlch cn Ft found ho3t Noods impurt, And in ptrson trouNts. flood's Srsprill tht blood And tntkts tht w,a,wi eeeaea sa.ta-e,eai- OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fireside. Reading is a great thing, but it makes a big difference what you read. The Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the important news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neighFor the bors everywhere. young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson; for housewives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for. the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers. The resources of Bcrca College arc not for its students alone. The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest College library in the State, and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper. Those who are visited by The Citizen will know what is going on in the world. Every week it will tell them something worth knowing. The Citizen is pledged to no party. It is every man's friend, it stands for the things which benefit all temperance, thrift, kindness, enterprise, and education. And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for The Citizen. M. DELCASSE'S Aug. 5. Mr. F. W, Fltzpatrick, of the treasury depart mcnt, has just returned to Washington from Ottawa, where he went at the in stance of the committee of citizens of Chicago in charge of tbe ceremonies of laying the cornerstono of that city's great post office building next October, by President McKlnley, to arrange for the formal invitation and expected acceptance from Chicago's citizens to the governor general and cabinet of Canada, to participate in those festivities. Mr. Flttpatrlck is the assistant Unit ed States architect, under Architect Henry Ives Cobb, for the Chicago build' ing. To a press representative he admit ted that hit official reception was slightly chilly, Sir Wilfrid I.aurlcr candidly telling him that under the present conditions it would be impov slble for him to accept or even consider any social Invitations to this side of the border. Mr. Fltzpatrtck says that In substance Sir Wilfrid's voluntary statements and answers to queries were as follows: "As a friend In whom I am deeply interested I am very glad to see you, but frankly, as a representative of the federal or any local government in the United States, your visit coutd not have been more untimely. When I received your first letter I took up the matter with his excellency, the governor general, and he expressed a slncero desire to visit Chicago and seemed as anxious to accept the invitation as I was; he would have been delighted to go and was looking forward to the day with much anticipation. Hut since then the tone of your press has become so harsh in dealing with New York, Aug. - Surrounded by a hooting, Jeering crowd of several hundred person. William Waldorf Attor wot burned In cfllgy Friday night In Lonpncre square. Dr. F. W. Crowe, an elderly physician, who llvos In Ills own handsome I rown stone dwelling at No. 228 West 40th street, was tho primo mover In the Incident. He 30 hired men to assist him. At 8:30 p. in. he carried a big rocking chair from his house to a truck drlvon by An' thony Kemmer. With It ho had an olltoaked barrel. On the chair ho placed a lay figure garbed In a striped suit, a black Fedora hat, kid gloves. tight-fittintrousers and good shoes. Across the chest of the figure was a sign 3x4 feet with this legend: (Astor, the Traitor.) The wagon, followed by a crowd, was driven down Ilroadway. At point near Thirty-sixtstreet he tried to make a arecch, but the police or dered him on. Up Sixth avenue to Longacre went the wagon. There Dr. Crowe planted the barrel on the asphalt, poured over It two quarts of oil and applied a match. The flames crackled and licked up the lay figure. A b g hole was burned In the asphalt pavement. Tbe police arrived too late to find the doctor. He had disappeared In tho crowd. His driver was arrested, but released at the atatlon house. The police are looking g h ALL NEED BRACING UP. After n Hltjht'a Dlaalpntlon Drinkers Matt Have tt Tonic Anlal Scene 1st st llar-Hoo- MISSION. s, It YVattoIl,tuade Erupt roe Nicholas From Abdicating the Throne of Itaa-I- It Is Said. Lo.ndo.v, Aug. 5 M. De TJlowltz, the Paris correspondent of tho Times, gives an extraordinary explanation of M. Dclcassc's present mission. Ho asserts that 1'. was decided upon quite suddenly for a "reason which admitted Df no delay," and then gives the story, which he, says ho has from "a source to which I am bound to attach importance.? This is the explanation: "Emperor Nicholas is disappointed and tired of the throne. The absence al an heir excites his superstitious feelings, and. he connects himself with a Russian legend according to which an heirless czar Is to be succeeded by a czar Michael, predestined to occupy Constantinople. "The death of the czarewltch and the failure of the conference at The Hague led him to decide to abdicato on the occasion of his coming visit to Darmstadt On this becoming known In Paris, III. Dclcasse was sent in hot haste to dissuade him from carrying out this intention." . Cecil Itbodia' 1'radlction. Cape Towx, Aug. 5. In the house of assembly Friday Jlr. Cecil Rhodes expressed the belief that tho Transvaal difllculty would bo ''overcome in a few months and without a shot being flrcd, owing to tho mutual moderation being displayed." He predicted that capital would then flow freely. North Atlantic cqaadron. Newport, II. I., Aug. 5. The North Atlantic squadron, consisting of the flagship New York, battleships Indiana and Texas and tho cruiser Ilrook-ly- n sailed Friday night for liar Harbor with A dm. Sampson In command, and will arrive thero Sunday. Hobart Leaves (or Lake Cbstnplalu. New Yobk, Aug. 6. Vice President Hobart left Long Ilranch Friday at 8:50 for Lake Champlaln for a tea days' visit to President McKlnley. ACIIANCK VOit UVKHYHODY The troops have been gradually withdrawn, until not to exceed 500 soldiers remain. Fear is expressed that as a result of this the lawless clement will again resume the outrages that marked the early stages of tho strike. Presidential Tarty at Lake Champlaln. Plattsbcro, N. Y., Aug. 5. Abner McKlnley, the president's brother, ar rived at Hotel Champlaln Friday morn ing for a short stay. Vice President Hobart Is expected to arrive Sunday from Long Ilranch. Attorney General Griggs has rented a cottage here for the remainder of August, and Secretary The Serv eel Ovar tha Ramalat of CoL Gage and Secretary Hoot are expected Ilawklns Were Under tha Aasplces of here during tho president's stay here. Ketsjhts Templar. llssons and Postmaster General and Mrs. Smith Sa Francisco, Aug. 6. The body will prolong their stay beyond tho of Col. Alexander Hawkins, of the 10th time originally set for their departure. Pennsylvania received the last military Dreyfus Trial Soon to Ilcgln. honors in this city Saturday afternoon. ItEXitra, Aug. S. Owing to the acThe services took place under the aus- tive newspaper campaign against hold pices of the masonic and Knights ing the Dreyfus court-martiin tho Templar organizations. The 10th insanitary ralle de la Manutentlon, Pennsylvania will occupy the places of the authorities have decided to hold chief mourners, and Urn. Shatter has the trial In the Lyce, where a mag' ordered a military escort to take part nlficent hall Is available. The first In the funeral. The volunteers now session of the court Is expected to be camped at the presidio will alto at- short. The court will adjourn to al tend out of retpect to the memory of low the defense time to study the se the deceased and In sympathy with cret dossier. The trial Is expected to their comrades In arms. be resumed Wednesday or Thursday. The body will be sent east Saturday Rev. lillbarn Maeh Improved. night. Lixcolx, Neb., Aug. 5. Iter. W. II. A dm. Dsns; Arrives at Naples. Napi.cn Aug. 5. The United States Mllburn, the blind chaplain of the who, Thursday, suffered from cruiser Olyrnpla, with Adm. Dewey on senate sunstroke, passed a fairly comfortable board, arrived here Saturday morning. night and was much improved Friday As tbe cruiser entered the port salutes night. were exchanged. tout-li- t to a Draw. Inaurgeatt Ham aa American Steamer. New York, Aug. 6. Mysterious Loxdox, Aug. 6. Lloyd's agent at Hilly Smith, of this city, and Andy Manila cables that insurgents at San Walsh, of Ilrooklyn, fought 25 rounds Fernando have captured and burned to a draw before the Ilroadway Athlethe United States steamer Sapurnus. tic elub Friday night. rOITNDED Sir Wilfrid expressed himself as strongly in favor of arbitrating the Alaskan boundary dispute and concluded the interview as follows: "No, much as I regret lt.I could not go to Chicago under present conditions and shall certainly, however painful a duty it may be, also his excellency, to decline the Invitation that I know and feel has so kindly been extended to us by the city of Chicago." Mr. Fltzpatrick secured Sir Wilfrid's promise, however, to . reconsider the matter. MILITARY HOHORS. "I asked the bartender If he had many such customers nud he laughed. s of 'em,' he said. 'There isn't a bar in town,' he went on, 'that LAWLESSNESS RENEWED. don't patch up a few old lxys like that Cleveland Strikers Afala Ataek Cart and almost every morning. They're not drunkarda, but they've been at it so It It reared Withdrawal of Troops many years that their nrrret are gone, TTIll Keiult Id Itlotlog. and, although they don't know it, they Cleveiid. O., Aug. 6. In addition are working on absolutely nothing but tho Alaskan boundary question, such to the attempt to blow up a Jennings whisky. As soon as they get a little misrepresentations have been made avenue cat-othe South Side Thurs- freth fuel In the morning they ore all about our goverment and particularly day night, reports received at police right, but they come in scared nnd out about me that It would be undignified headquarters show that cars were of their wlta ond thinking they are for us to visit you, and I can not advise stoned in various parts of the going to drop dead every minute. I'll bet that gentleman you saw his excellency to go." city, although m far as lesrned his name without n quiver.' Iran sign walked Mr. Fltzpatrick said that Sir Wil no one was injured. On Pearl frid Intimated that in the present state street a shower of heavy stones fell out reflecting. It was a weirtl sight, gentlemen, and I don't wnnt to witness of public feeling in the United States, upon a car smashing the windows and tt tgalii." X. O. as Indicated in the press, it would not otherwise damaging lU The condtic be entirely aafe for the governor gen tor fired five shots in the direction RUM IN AFRICA. eral and himself to visit Chicago. lie from which the stones were thrown. feared that they might, in a great Three shots were fired through tho eventr-Flv- e I'er Cent, of tha Deaths gathering of such a character as the windows of a Scoville avenuo car and f Utreptsti on Coatt of Africa Chicago ceremony, be subjected to later two rocks were sent crashing Are Dae to Drink. some unpleasantness or Indignity by through the windows of the same car. The Anglican bishop of equatorial thoughtless persons. No arrests. n Africa 'I-Ilrtt-clasTimes-Democra- of llttteelse, and his act Friday night was no surprise to his neighbors. for Dr. Crowe. Dr. Crowe has been much Interested In the reports about Mr. Astor taking the oath of allegiance to Queen Vic toria. The more he read the madder he grew. For some days he has talked drink when I feci like It," Catial street business man, "nnd can't see that It has ever done me any harm, but I witnessed a little episode this morning that has hnmitrd me ctcr since and lias forced me to do a whole lot of thinking. I hail stepped Into a bar early to get n cocktail ami while It wat being compounded a nilddle-ngrgentleman came In and asked one of the attendanta to pour him out n tlttla plain whisky. He wasrarefullydressed and had all the marks of refinement and good breeding, and his request was so unusual that I turnetl Involuntarily to look at him. The bartender exhibited no surprise and placed half n small of uhlsky at his the fflaisful he stretched out elbow, tint saw his hand I that the man was on the terge of nervous collapse. He shook like an aspen leaf and when he finally managed to seize tbe tumbler Its contents flew In every direction. 'Let me assist you, colonel,' said the bartender quietly and, pouring out another drink, lie leaned over and held It to his lips. The man said nothing, but gave him a haggard look thnt went into my heart like a knife. My (5od! what a look! Shame, "I take said a d man carries but his own, some memento ir relic that l to hint n a shield und buckler ngnlnst the jMiwcrs of evil. A sinrv Is told of n l.fr. burly miner who steadily refused to join his com rades In their drinking ikiui. or in nny of thrlr icwls In which evil was tnne. Itn una not surlv und morose. out he steadfastly dcalluetl a?l Imita tions to take nrt in lilt companions carousals. lie wns Jccrrd nt anil subjected to all sorta of nnnojancea, btrt vlrld he would not. One night, when the revel .y rnn high, nnd muny of the turn were hull drunk, tliey tietinrca that "lllg .loo." as he wns called, simply 'htul to drink with Ihrm." "I will not, boys," he said, firmly. They declared that If he tlid not they would force liquor down his throut, and then run him out of the camp. "You nln't no better thnn the rest said one man, nngrlly. of "I luve not said that I wns." "Wf II, why can't joti Join us and be friendly and sociable like, wlien we re. In his ixieket, safe from all eyes ahost evtiy brttth ipttkt of Intern! parifits vth strong. A "HOT" COLD BANQUET. erne Inside Information from the Ilowrrr Who Helped Serte It. br n Wallet One of tlie Mtitrrt st a opultr leeal from the How. It a bird of err ttiil nt s mrmW of the email army that served the ftmch. "Dollar Dinner" la New Yotk last April. A ood many storin have been told of tbtt mrmoralile etent, but none of thtm surpaia his own In point and imiile detail. ol "It Vt funniest push I itaa ever In in mt mir humiliation and abject animal terror. swent on me like water. Well, he drank his whisky, stood still for a minute as It gathering himself together and sauntered out aa cool as It ttartrd the rt er. A LITTLE B1IININO CUHL LOW HAUL Or TEL trying to bnve a good time? Aln'l signed the pledge, hate you?" with a surer. "No, I have not signed any pledge, vtas so email they had to rook everything on the ouln.li-- , tnd when it gut there it wat dead rolj The sroiiil rourse ts haddnek, and each fish eome served In s lin'rn baa:, to we ruuM put 'em in tulx nf hot wtter and warm 'em up tee? WI autst of tbt bo) tot rattled tnd ttrved 'em haft and all, milt tft Mure over III' outside. Ky, you'd of died Untiling iretng Ihrm feller lr)m' to carte their lull. 'This it the touih-ts- t tu.il hail Jock I iter tackled In me hie,' tart -f Tammany man tt the head table; rhinocerlr,' sa)a he. 'It t sot a at.it In the Witt lien there wai a not til nitht long It was o small the waiters rouldn't reach the duller, up and they got to scrip-pin- g for front places In the hue. One mitj was knocked itilT with t turkey, ami when dead, they picked him up I thought he 1 did, on the level. Hut It wasn't blood. It was only cranberry MUce. Another flunkey fell into the salad tnd one of the rooks put a etn of lee rrram in the otet, thinking it was brown graty for the bes, on the niuirc- - -- itut as Pm lellia' you! Hut tht worst of ill was when we cine to the It was 'Mrnran champagne in half pints, without ire, and of all the .fling and hollering' One fresh gent told tne it was the onlr thing he had had tint night that wat good and warm, and he had hardly tahl it when t waiter that wat a little jatged accidentally pourrd about a quatt of boilut' coflee down the tack of hit neck. Say, yon ought of hranl lum ru.s' Iletwren )ou ard me, a good many waiters got to hitting tha wine, and they found one of 'em with IS etnptv bottles in his pants lee. That'a hon-ei- t. I saw it ni) self. It wat the IiotiV.t banquet I was ever at " X. O. life," hi sas, ronlidentially. "Tlie kitchen list', HE WAS REJECTED. Bat lie Staek In Ills Jab nnd by tt l.arbr lilt Wun the Coveted I'rlse. boys." "Well, then, what Is It that makes you hang back this way'.' "Well. Uiys, I'll tell you." he said. "It's something I don't like to talk about, but I II tell you nud perhaps you'll not expect nor want me to drink with you when I ve told you the truth. He thrust his hand down into an Inside pocket in his gray flannel shirt and drew forth something wrapped In an old silk handkerchief. Inside the handkerchief was a wrapping of tissue pa per, and in the paper was a little shining curl of yellow hair. Itlg Joe held the curl up betwe-- his thumb and fin- unpalatable water, containing deadly leter germs; the depression Unit comes from lack of civilized society, with o feeling akin to homesickness there from, are given as reasons which make temperance dlfllcult in tropical coun tries. The leading testimony of the highest medical authoilties deserves respectful consideration. We are told that 'strong arinic or alcohol In the tropica often proves fatal to both the white and colored races, destroying both mind and body, and that in coast rrIons like mat or equatorial Africa, nothing short of total abstinence will assure immun ity from its dangers." In the face of such assertions It is easy to understand why oriental religions forbid the use of intoxicants. It would be well if our American clvllizers and Christianize wquld learn this lesson of total abstinence from the "heathen." Ilecognizlng idleness as a most potent ally of the drink habit, tho llritish havo provided light games and sports among tbtlr soldiers stationed In tropical countries. America should not be slow la adopting like measures for its 30,00(1 men In the Philippines and Its teveral thousands more In the West Indies, who are keenly susceptible to tempta tions In their peculiar situation. The European congrrs, recently In session In lirussels, and called chiefly to consider means of averting the dan ger that threatens to exterminate the native Africans as well as resident Europeans, expressed Itself an fully awake to the folly of having allowed tbe Importation of alcohol among the Africans. How slow the world It to Irnrn the great truth, that all wrongs must nt some time be righted, ami that, in the event of man's indifference, evil will perish by thn divinely uppointed meth od of Its own Union Signal. Who eon count tho woes wrought by intemperance? Who can sum ull the misery It has caused? Who run measure the depths of woe Into which it sinks its victims? Like a mighty river it gathers volume by streams from every channel of life, beurlug to tho great gulf the wreckage of everything that Is good. Its history is the history of ruin, tears and blood. Like tho storm, it spares nothing tn its track. Like the earthquake, It upheaves the by stating that 75 per cent, of the deaths of Europeans on the coast of Africa are due to drink. The excess! c thirst caused by the burning heat; the has created profound sensation Over 20 teachers, 700 For those NOT I. ' For those sufllclently advanced to tfet a teacher's certlllcatc III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, stock-raisin- Carpentry, Housework, Printing -- two years. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and'tho advanced courses. Trade- - Schools : TS: DP iT sufllclcntly advanced to get a teacher's certificate' t BEREA COLLEGE 20 students (from It la I'ntncasaraule, issa Htatei.) Hest Library In Kentucky. No Buloons. tumbles the strong est and best llv:s Into ruin. United , ... Presbytcrlab. t Kalla; Houses for Workmen. Public eating houses are established lBerea places thn hest etlucntlou in reach of all. It is not a money-makininstitution. Its instruction is a frco'gift. It aims to help thoso who value education and will help themselves, and charges a small incidoutal foe In a number of German cities to provide to meet expenses of tho rcUool npart from instruction. Students must also par for their board. Expenses for term meals for worklngmen at cheap prices so as to do awsy with the evil effects of .1(1- - Vt:e'",l m.J7 'w brought within $21, about half of which must 1m paid in advance. "Tlfo.'schoons oudorood by Haplisls, CQngregatlonalists, Disciples, MrthodiMs, Presbyterians, and good jiooplo of toe dinner pall. They art benenctnt institution!, and pay, al deaominatloai, Vr iiijvmwtiQn or friendly advice addre the g Vicr-Pctttdt- forestry, ntc, two years.- IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, etc. two years. V. Normal Coureo for toachors throe years, with practice teaching. VI. Acailumv Courso four Years, littiuc for Colleco. for business, and for life. For thoso more advanced : VII. College Coursos Classical, Philosophical, nnd Literary. Adjunct Oepartmeuts t VIII. Muslo Jleed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, I'iano, Theory. IX. Berea General Hospital Two years courso in tho care of tho sick. GliO. T. FAiltClULD, LLt P., Uercu, h41.ou go,, tty. 1'rolilbitlunlst. A saloon keeper is never so happy as when his spirits uru steadily going dowu. National Advocate. The saloon Is the devil's church, and politicians are his evanthe gelists. N. J. Gazette. The Southern raclfla seems to be ablt to accomplish that which saloon sympathizers suy the government cannot do, namely stop liquor selling on ita own premises. Headlight. Prof. Hitchcock and Trof. J. W. Eeaver, of Yale, have demonstrated tha fact that increase in height, weight, chest measurement and lung capacity much more rapidly than smokers. llostnn Is to have 40 Ice water foun tains this summer where the poor and thirsty may quench their thirst free ol charge. The city cut and stored tbe ice last winter, so the expense will be but a small item. "Tobacco leads to rum, and rum leads to ruin," is tbe sign a merchtnt of Freehold, N. J., has placed In n prominent location in his business house. It can be plainly seen by the inmates of tht county jail. Dare to do right because It is right and condemn the wrong because It la wrong, regardless of whst the world, the flesh or the devil may say, and thus be true to the divinity of ynarnisnbooo Cornsntoat, rum-ruled "It was such a good joke on me." a Id tha gill in the gray e.cl toque to the girl In skou.iUr ol", at they the blue stitrcd their hot chixolttc, "that I must tell )ou "You know how John has Wrn prerxnirt to me at regular Intcrtata rtrr since lie wat Well, he did it ae.ia out of kniekrrlMM-krrsthe other nm lit, and. with his u.ual f.eiute, chow an occasion when I wat very cross. "He did It t little more awkwanlly than uiual, too, deliberately choosing the method of otlrnr.g roe 'hit hand tnd heart ' " Here she piu.nl to drink tome chocolate, and the girl in Hue asked breathlessly what the said. ger and said: "Oh'" remarked the other. In the tone of got n little motherless one relating an event of do importtnrr, "I "Boys. girl nearly 2,000 miles from here, and told htm that I believed I wts tlready provided with the full liodily that curl came from her brad. I used tnd that wouldn't quota ofhim." organs, depnve to drink a lot enough to ruin my "AndwhttdKl he.tt?" "We',1. wife's happiness, and when she was that's the funny thing. Ha to dying I promised her that I'd never teemed ratebrace up, tnd said, politely, that there wat no douht about my anr drink another drop, and that for our tt havmit my full share of check' And I was little girl's sake I'd be a better man, so delighted to find a man capable nf even when I left my little one with hrr that much repartee on beint rejected that and grandmother I promised them both I srrtpted blm." Cincinnati Knquirtr. what I'd promised my wife, nnd my Corrupt. little girl cut this curl from her head Higt The corruption among public offiand gave it to me to Vememlier her by,' cials is shameful, Hoggs I should say so. I had to tip tha and she said: 'Maybti it will help you euatom house inspector to keep your promise, papa.' It has hring a few diamonds infive dollars Just to without pajing helped me. 1 vo worn It next my heart duty. N. Y. Journal. night nnd day, and I'll never, never One thing people can't understand, and drink a drop, nor do anything tho would be sorry to hate me do while it that Is how tho.e they hate do to well in life. Atchison Cilolx. Is there. Now do you want me todrink with you, boys?" Kven the quiet waiter ! frequently rtlletl Tho man who had threatened to hava to order. Chicago I) Ally Newt. whisky poured down Dig Joe's throat was tho first to say "No," nnd from that time forward he was neter asked to break his promise. Hit little girl's Col. curl of shining jellow hair was his SAVED BY MRS. PINKMAM. shield and buckler, and with God's help it was to him a sure defense. J. L. Harbour, in Young Iteaper. limit to stt. mastst no. uM "You have saved my life, snatched FACTS AND REASOIf. mo from the brink of tho grave almost, snd I wish to thank you. About eighIf you hate the saloon us you ought teen mouths ago I was a total wreck, to hate It, people who know you kuow physically. I had been troubled with jou do. I.evir. leucorrlura for dome time, but had given An man working for a hardly any attention to the trouble. " At last Inflammation of tho womb party will get left. Pacific . I'c 1 Mrs. Richardson anti-saloo- n n and ovaries resulted and then 1 suffered agonies, had to give up my profession (musician nnd piano player), was confined to my bed and life became a terrlblo cross. My husband summoned tho best physicians, but thcrr bencat was but temporary at best. I believe I ahould have contracted tho morphine habit under their care, If my common sense had not Intervened. " One day my husband noticed the advertisement of your remedies and immediately bought me a full trial. Soon the pain In my ovsYlcs was gone, l am now well, strong and robust, walk, ride a wheel, and feel Hko a girl in her teens. I would not tie without I.ydla E. riukhamt Yegetablo Coninpuiidf It Is like water of life to me. I am very well-wishe- r, gratefully and sincerely your and I heartily recommend your remedies. I hoo some poor creature may bo helped to health by reading my story." Mits. Col. K. P. RtcHJUtDsoa, Ruwelandiu, lOOOt , Wis. TESTIMONIALS of UNSOLICITED ai tvvtvv-v'- iuiv-3c- t SAY nurolnt. Metier sa Hall llbeiim Koi I'llet. Hiiro.. It.br UsndruS. Ilchlut Kcsip. falilrf Hair tlBlcksaliiaanilnsilDf It .IoIlsiHt snS Cusurl-I."- " .,4'l'.V rSruttloot tproauclti a full. Clear, ptattliul SsId an! Complailtni It contains no Ua4. Sulpkur. Caaikatldts or snilhloi lolmlous. sctlatn4Sln IMaetaes, sues ems. bcsM llesil.CbllSlsros. Uamors. farmtsi asiier eta.sMsrt r"Jlt t'tsiurisf isit l.crman aue. Josss tJI r frfl'lflH J. a - k- -- Tl. Milk ajtt,ti VftA , g- tili ELECT OFFICERS. Second Diiy'i Session Yonng PeopItV Christian Union. of the SPORTS IN HAVANA. International Snnday lehnnt I.casoa I'slilna Handily Take la llarer nia. (orAnimt 18, lf1!0 Teat Useklel InatBasebatl, Oalf m4 Olkar ttTll-1- 4 Mtaautr Verses, B-- fl. EZEKIEL'3 GREAT VISION. , FROM TRIFLING CAUSES. . rlty Amitniiti. l.nair llnarrets nl rllnady Conaieta la tbe ITava Mraacht On from th "DM fort (enow that Jiiacox hsd returned His Itrlk. Th tO,tO-li- Membership of th Jaator Colon li i7 New Soeletlas Orgaalsod i.iaiiT rnoM utiieti ecniPTURcn -- Th Holy BplrlL Its. MJ1 Jest Year-To- tal llarlaf Meatberntilp 7.ch. 4:4; 11:10; Matt. 1:11: John tXl; 1M, SI.07T. ; Hits, 17: Acts 1:19. 1U of 1,1X0. Th Itesurrtclloc 1:1-- (Speclsllr Adapted from reloubst's Note. OOI.DEN TEXT. I will put my Bplrtl within you. Enk. H:17. 11 IlKAD John ral. ta, l:U-z- ; TI MR. This prophtcr ws n. C.). In thi esrly psrt of (hs nil tml refers to th rsturn from th exile. rLACH. It wss written on th banks ol Babylon. tbs Cbsbsr, KXFLANATOnT. I. The Vision of Dry Hones. Vs. 1, 1,11. V. 1. "Tbe hsnd of the Lord wni upon me:" The hand la the Instrument and aymbol of active exertion of strength. Jehovah laid hold of the prophet, took possession of him, In order to send the exiles a message through him." rrof. C. II. Toy. "Carrata and seversl thotuand visitors ried me out In tho Spirit of tho Iml:" parked the aisles and entrances. Ho waa Inwardly transported, In nn After prayer by Iter. J. K BanVey, ecstatlo itate, from the things around of Hocheater. N. Y., Iter. Addlton lil'.n. Large. "In the midst of the Alexander read the report of the com- valley:" Not any real valley, but one seen In the vision. "Which was full mittee on nominations at follows: l'rrsldeul1 Schuyler Y. Livingston, of bone)" Such as doubtless the of Chicago; secretary, Miss Daisy Stln-so- prophet had seen more than once after of Chicago, press secretary, Hugh tho devastations of Nebuchadnezzar. V. S. "Caused me to pass by them round 1L Mortal!, of Monmouth, 111. whole collection about:" Through President Moffat then asked that In every direction, the so that he could see tho ofllcers be declared elected, and and realize that "there were very the election waa unanimous. Presi- mnny (vast numbers) in the open dent Moffat announced T. McKel-vre Literally, "on the face" or the Incoming chairman of the of tho valley, exposed to view, general committee, had appointed E. "And. lo, they were very dry:" Tula "is K. Marquis, of Indianapolis, a the mentioned to show they were utterly new secretary. dead, and could not be made alive by any human power." Prof. Toy. V. 11. I'lTTsnUBOU. IV, Aug. 4. The annual reports were then resd. Tho "These bones are the whole house of treasurer' report showed 11,191 mis- Israel:" The nation was dead as a sion money on hand and a total of IV nation, as dead as the dry bones In Hi cash on hand. Tho total member the valley of vision. A these bones the thlp of the junior unions I 10,402, an were scattered everywhere over over volley, so the Jews were scattered ncrenr of 1,300 OTer last year. Sixty-on- e the wide regions of the Habylonlan emnew societies were organized dur- pire. "Our bones are dried:" Each ing the year. The membership is Individual was Ilka a dry bone, far agsln of Mi The contributions apart from the other bones of the mnn for the year were 3:4,540. of which each bone was n part, so that At the afternoon session Iter. Alex they soy "we are cut off for our parts," Gilchrist, of Orosha, Neb., the new sec- 1. e., for our part, as for us, separated retary of the home mission board, from the rest; and "our hope Is lost:" insde an address on "Men and tho They had no more hope of becoming a Church." and Iter. A- - C Dixon, of nation agnln In their own land than llrooklyn. tf. Y., spoke on "la tho a dry and parched bone of becoming a part of a living nuimnl sgain. Young Man Safer" II. The Prophet's Summons. Vs. 12. V. 3. "Son of man, can tiicsc SHAMROCK SAILS FOR AMERICA bones lite?" Is It possible? Is there eplaln of the Cap rhalleef er Kspeete l any hope? Of course to human power and human view It wnn Impossible. Itatch Mw Tark la 1aal;-Klgh- l "And I answered, O Lord God, Thou lis Mllhoel I'athlaf. knowest:" Thou hast powrra e canOi.aboow, Aug. 4. Tho cup chal- not comprehend. Nothing Is imposlenger Shamrock sailed from Falrllo sible to Ood. V. 4. "Prophesy:" Not Thursday morning, accompanied by predict, but speak God's uirssogc. "O yo dry bones, hear the word of the riir Thomas Upton's steam yacht Krln. Lord:" They were to hear itot the As the two yachts proceeded down the prophet's opinion, but God's message. river, whoso banks were thronged V. 5. "Heboid, I," the Lord Jehovah, with spectators, Ihey were greeted th source of all power, the controller with enthuslstle cheers, Intermingled of all nations, "will cause breath to with singing "Kule llrltannla." enter Into you:" As Into the first man The craft In tho vicinity of Falrlle when God created him. V. C. "Lay displayed flags In honor of the depart- sinews . . . Mesh , . . skin:" I will restore yon to the form of tho ing challenger. The sound of the whistles and sirens perfect and complete man you once blowing in honor of tho Shamrock was were. "And put breath In you:" You shall not only have the form but the deafening. soul of a man, and lecoroa a living, As already cabled, the Shamrock thinking, loving, acting being. "And will take a southirly course. Cspu ye shall know 1 Hogarth expects to reach New York The wonder willthat so am the Lord:" be great that they within 28 days, and he does not In- shall realize that no being but Jehovah tend to push the yacht to any extent. could have performed the miracle. r'AlRLlE, Scotland, Aug. 4. The III. The Restoration. V. T, 8, 15. Shamrock had to put back on account 13. V. 7. "As I prophesied, there waa of a slight accident to her bowsprit. a noise:" "Thundering," or the rustling or rattling of the bones aa they came together. ''A shaking," It. V., an HOPE FOR CONSUMPTIVES, earthquake, as at the resurrection of A New Remedy (or Tabarealaslt Thai Has Christ. "Hones came together," I. e., Ievelepel I France lteport4 la those which belonged to one body; while "bone to his bone" specializes a lha State Ilepartaaeat. single bone In relation to another. Wasili.iorox, Aug. . Anew remedy Lange. V. 12. "I will oten your for tuberculosis developed In Trance graves:" The figure Is slightly varied has been reported to tin state depart- here. This marks the marvelousnessof ment by United States Commercial the return from Ilnbylon. V. 8. "The Agent Atwood, at Ronbatx. It Is a sinews and the flesh enmo up upon treatment called to the attention of them:" This corresponds to the words tho academy of medicine by Dr. Men- In V. 12, "and bring you Into the land redel, and consists In the dally Injection of Israel:" When the exiles should turn to their own Innd, rebuild Jerusainto the bronchial tubes of essence lem, restore the temple and Its worship, of eucalyptus, thyme and cinnaand set up a government, then they mon, held In solution In olive would be like scattered bones coining oil. 'The oil In descending slowly together, clothed In llcsh, and hating comes Into contact with the walls of the form of a innu. It would lc a resthe tube and upper lungs. The gas urrection from the dend. "Hut there set free saturates the air to the lungs was no brrnth In them:" As yet It and acts on the mucous membranes. wns only a, form. - There was need of a In IS cases treated, after ono or tno new spirit, n new- life, befora the resweeks there was lu all a lessening or toration would be perfect. IV. The New Life. Vh.O, 10, 14. V.0. complete rcssstlon of the cough or exTho same pectoration as well as a return of "Prophesy unto the wind:" breath, and word Is used for wind, and deep, appetite and strength. spirit, ns In tho New Testament. "Come from the four winds:" "A symf hsptatn Mllburn Slrlckea. bol of the universal Spirit I.INC01.X, Neb. Aug. 4. Dr. W. H. lllble. V. 10. of chaplain of tbe "They lived . , . nn exceeding great Milburn, the blind United States senate, was prostrated army:" The nattou, on Its return, wus by sunstroke and fell unconscious inspired with new life, Ezra's time Thursday afternoon while delivering a was one of great religious mid literary lecturo at the Nebraska Epworth as- activity. Tho Hllile then became a new sembly at Lincoln park, He was book. And though the nation declined, brought to the city and revived under yet In Christ there was a new graft in thu care of a physician, Thursday the old stock, so that now the kingdom night he was much Improved and the of God, which the returned exile repredoctors look for almost complete re sented, lias Indeed already become "nn exceeding great army," tho greatest covery, In time. kingdom now on the earth. Mrs. Maria K. Oroas Dylns;. PHACTICAU Only God'a Spirit, Imparting new life, Chicago, Aug. 4. Mrs. Maria M. Gross, In point of practice the oldest ran savo tho sinner from death. Every woman physician In Chicago and one conversion la a miracle of creation, a resurrection from the dead. of the first women In the country to mlraclo of true Individual Is true Is enter tho medical profession, I dying ofWhat church. ofAthe dead church needs the here, bho was born in Elmlra, N. Y., a prophet llko Ezeklel, or Paul, or in IM1 Luther, or Wesley, to prophesy to tho dry bones that they may live through Oklahoma Chosen. iNDicrcNDtxcK, Kan., Aug. 4. The the Spirit of God. "Come winds:" The cowmjuee appointed to select a pi 00 Influences from the fourmen come from that redeem for holding the reunion of UooicvsU' (he universal Father, front Ills love, Ills rough rlden next year, has el imp. justice, III holiness, Ills wisdom, III Oklahoma City. power, Uli truth, (IM-C7- 2 I'lTTinuBon, Avg. 4. The ae c ml day's session of the Young People's ClirlitUn Union convention, which opened at the Dmiuesne carden Wednesday night, was preceded Thursday morning by a bible atudy In the Hello-Hel- d l'rcsbyterlan church. Ilev. W. 0. Moorhr.ar I). IX, of Xenla, a, con. ducted the service. An hour later when the bljr choir began the praise service, the Duaquesne garden auditorium wa crowded to the doors. Over ,0O0 delegate were In their . r., I.fe.-l- aa. I Cor. Mill, II, Ml VMtt 44:1, 4; Horn. 4:4-1; Dan. 13:1; Eph. l, l.(; CoL written dur nr n, viil-ley- a y, aur-fac- ion, the successful meet of A Jockey tluli, combined with tho enthusiasm which exists for baseball, to bo followed, he predicted, by golf, tends to prove that American amusements will Ink root In Cuba. Continuing, he suldi "Heaven speed the dsy when the cock flgtilii snd the buttflghta are superseded by contfsta Improving to the moral and physical naturel The soldiers, ssllors, marines snd ofllcers have given a demonstration of what they can do, and 1 trust that our Insular and peninsular frlenda will now follow suit. Why altould (her not be foot races, Jumping, lesplng and vaulting? Perhaps some of our Cuban frlenda would like to play polo or Their small, wiry ponies would give them an Immense advantage la this rrspect over the largo American horse. "If Capt. Hellalra Isaa well posted In Tsttersall rules as w believe him io tx no doubt he could get up a series of exercises Inrolvlng the Oalsklava melee and pegging, participation In which would be healthful and Instructive to those who witnessed. "Cnpt. I.uclen Young has shown himself such an admirable Judge, and cltlen that we venture to suggest that he provide an nquatlo contest between soldiers, Cubans, sallora and marines." rlng-Ultin- g. toast-mast- Aii urmy officer sold to a, Havana Her-I- d reporter recently that. In his opin- Many wnra hare had trifling causes, ya Islle's Weekly. A dispatch altered In one or two points by lllstnarrk bronght on the Franco-Germa- n conflict. I'almeraton said facetiously that only three men In Ktirope ever knew what troubles which the Rchleswlg-llutatelled to tho wars were about, and two of thrm died before the conflicts began, while he, the third man, hsd forgotten, A alighting reference by Frederick the Great of Prussia tn Mine. Pompadour of Frnnce was said to have been one of the causes of the Aeren Years' war, sometimes called the "war of the three petticoats" from the fact thst the Prance of Pompadour and the Itussta of Catherine II. Joined the Austria of Maria and was telling them some great stories sliout the country up thtr." "Oh! Then you must hsre run scroMhlm Itut sfter I hid been fool enough to let Wm hsve five dollars with which to get a new tart in life."-C'hiego Times-Heral- i "lis raid a biff strike, I mHi.' "Why do you ftlnk sor "I met him out at ana af h nntna wss blowinf th boys off to a good '. Klondikr TTa time Hca4Ac&c? Are your nerves wssk? Can't you steep veil? Pain In your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These arc gure signs of poisoning. From what potions? From poisons tbet aro at-found In constipated bowels. If the contents of the barrels are not removed from the body each day, as nature Intended, these poisonous subitances are sure to be absorbed Into the blood, always causing suffering and frequently causing severe lrr If aatra Doctors frequently have very wealthy patients who sre starving to death. They nave money to buy food, but their totnach has not the strength to digest it. lllleathere a heavy fermented msia, the sole esoie of dyspepsia, nervousness and biliousness. The surest remedy to tore a weak stomach ia HosteMer'a Stomach Hitter. It will restore rigor to th digeitiv organs. Nothing is "just ss good." See that a private Keveoue Etamp covera the neck of tbe bottle. nick Y llarvlaar. er MAN FROM MEMPHIS. Ill Oplalaa at Chiracs (Vealkar Waa I'arm4 fraaa ! a Hatfla-t- ar lalaaraaaa. SI,-07- 3-- A Mranger In Chtesgo trudged along Dearborn street the other day with a yellow valise In one hand and a tattered and travel-worropy of a Memphis paper In the other. At the corner of Lak street his guze wandered to on of tbe big windows In the block, and he pained and sidled up to It. liefore him wnl the Kulrsroom of a atjyun radiator company, iind various atylea, hnte and sires of radiators were strewn through the rom at frequent Intervals; there looked to be enough of them there to heut the Klondike and a Krtlou of Siberia. The strni.ger's eyes grew b!g anil round ns lie put down hta valise, liicknl tho paper Into his breast Hiel.rt nnd clasped his hntids btblnd his Ixiltlo-gree- n froekeoat. Ill gne I rim N d down one vista of radiators niul iii another. He tried to count them, uiul got lost ut 240, because the onc lit the far end began 'to Jump lip and duw n before Ms sight or seemed to. Then be shook bis head slowly and reached for his sllsa. heard tell that Chicago l n cold plnre iu winter," he muttered as he went on, "but, dog my cats if I f nougat It was mid rnuf to take 'bout &00 of them radiating things to hent n loom no blggrr'n Odd fellows' hull st Inline." n "l'e which la supposed to have been fixed Times. by that result of a quarter of a century lioeatlnar the Troable. of war beginning with Iho commence"Dear me, the circus isn't what It used ment of the French revolution nnd end- to he." "Now, John, stop; the circus is all right! ing with Waterloo "pleased nobody and changed. that settled nothing," according to Khrrl it is rou climb naapole, turn a You know you double somercouldn't a dan. The average person who lived In sault or skin the cat to lave your life." Dethose days knew as little about the troit Free Freas. causes of the slaughter aa old Kaspur xaale Can Wear ahees did sliout the battle of Illenhelm when One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Eisquestioned by little Peterkin. a powdor for the feet. It makes tight They dstly Insure an easy or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching- feet, Ingrowing nails, corns and natural movement. of SAMOAN LIFE. bunions. At all druggist snd shoe and the bowels. stores. 2,'ic. Trial packaffo FREE by mail. Tou will find that the use of Vha Not at War Tliay Mara Yary Address Alien 8. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y. Ha ay aaa Aarrreabla Tlaae. Power at a Woman. In five minutes a woman csn clean up a man's room in such a way thst it will tske When native Bamoans are not at war him five dava they seem to foreigners to have a very things. Herlia to find out where ahe put Herald. easy and sgreesble life. There Is never with the pills will hasten very much to do, snd what there la Is nest Prescription for Chills The recovery. It cleanses tho not srduotis or tiring. The old women, and Fcrcr h a bottlo of Ghove's TasTrLEM blood from all Impurities and for Instntirr, braid mstn or alt tixn Cniix Tonic. Ills simply Iron and oiiinlno in Is a great tonic to the nerves. the rock nnd beat and atrip the bark a tasteless form. No cure no pay, Prlce,S0c. WrHmiha Doctor. for making tapn, the native cloth. The Oar Medical Department has one nudsreby'a Soae. of tha most eminent physicians In men spend mucb-- of their time "Mamma." tha United States. Tell the doctor lost how you aro sntTerlnjr. You fishing nets and tackle. "What is it, dear!" Vtll taealva tha bnt medical advice In spite of the simplicity of the na"Isn't the pineapple on papa face almost VlUMStCOSt. wipe enough to pick!" ruck. d ATER. Hit J. Lowell, Mass, tional attire, the Enmonns are rnflier vain, and spend a good deal of time In a Day as a 'Bii w i Ta Tare a Cald la One a ite-benntlfylng themselves. The hair Is Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Oulaino Tablets. All SVa A A .A oflen plastered with white lime, giving druggists refund money If It fails to cure SSc. It, when dry, the effect of a white wig. Daughter "Papa went off in great good The lime Is wnshed off by night. The humor thia morning." Mother My result Is a gradual change In the color That reminds me; I forgot to ask him of the hair from s red to a bright yel- (or any money." Boston Traveler. low. Apnrt from this strango fancy, Sweat will not discolor goods dyed with yoar tbp Rnmnans quite share the Euro"Share asad t&em valuable CASCA-RRT- S Couldn't do Fadeless Dyes. These dyes are and find peans' Idens In regnrd to beauty. They Futnam 1 have uscU them ruaranteed to be absolutely fast to sweating without them. and biliousness andfor some time am how for lndlcestloa particularly ndmlrn tall persons. and washing. 10c per package. cured. Keconmend them, to every one. A fad of the young man of Samoa Is Once tried, you will never be without them ta family."' Edw. a. Mabx, Albany, N. Y. Why Is it that the servant always selects Ui to wear the name of lit sweetheart glass goblet to break instead tattooed upon tha forenrm. As the your cut tumbler! Philadelphia Times.of a t Sumnan wears no sleeves Mils ornament Is alwnys visible, and he Is very proud The cheaper the man the tougher the of it, which is easily understood, as the story he will tell or believe. Atchison young lady hrrself alwnys does the Globe. tattooing, It being Impossible to InI am entirely cured of hemorrhage of trust to a prnWntiinnl workman a task lungs by Piso s Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, Uethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '01. o full of srutlment. Theresa against Frederick. According to John Bright, England and her allies drifted Into the Crimean war without realizing It until after they got In, and they did not know what they were fighting for even after they started; while it la certain that everything "What have you done with the chlldT" asked the chief kidnaper. "Just boxed his ears," replied the eighth assistant accomplice. "Good!" exclaimed the chief. "Now, the box to that yellow Journal, and write the editor that we will furnish exclusive clew to the whereabouts of the remainder of the child for $10,000, less two per rent, for spot cash." Standard and Catbolio The ICIdaaataa; Trast. disease. cure. There Is a common sense AVER PILLS S Agcr's arsaparlUa - was a.a'a'a. KJod-ncs- Biliousness five-cen- MODERN RUSSIA. mt Am Mr. Mover Aaaared Fart. Ouch! blank-M- is because Wow I Hlunkcty rs. Xa Laaal Sllll Parla lha Aalacralla The reason why a young pig eats so much he want to be a hog. Princeton Tiger. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Oood, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe, 10o.2jc.aio. Ilsrrflaf VtrwHy f- ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Cmmftf CkWt U blank the blnnkety Mover (Indignantly) My father never aworo In my presence In his life. Mr. Mover (os Indignant) Then your father never burned hla hnnd on a red-hiron 4n your presence In bis life. ot laiiraee Oraat. I'alar the It takes Internally. Price Hall's Catarrh Core 75c. atml. Twit. HI rnaranttM Un.Tn.R10 PoldandVlVlabi br aUdrnr ntafliaVDla. lUtl ODatCCO Judge. Its MIU Form. GwUlIufna Look at this overcoat, nod It only five weeks, and part of the lining of the right sleeve gone already! Sfilnt Well, you can dam It, can't you? Tribune. Mrs. Gwllliania Ho does wory than that every time he puti It on. Chicago THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI, AUS. 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A mass of barharUta wns transformed by Mm Into a powerful and active member of the Hp gne family of rlvlllml nations. to Ills subjects an army, a navy and on educational system, t'ommerrc with foreign countries, previously forThn bidden, he warmly enconrnged. autocrat transferred his capital to the shores of the Hnlttc, and built the great city which bears his name ta be the open door to the cWHUnllon of th western world. He Introduced the arts, the llterntnre, the sclewees and th economic! theories of the most sdvaneed nations. Tttiisla at the present day is actuated by the. Idens of the great crar. In Its restless ambition, its subtle nnd unscrupulous policy, Its varnish of culture, scarcely hiding the ferofity of the baibarlnn, Its Intolerance of popular liberty and Its real solicitude fur the material welfare of la the the people, the llustia of Russia of Peter tho Great. . Don't forget that silence Is the mother of truth. Chicago Daily News. TO THE COOL RESORTS I HU! 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Mabel Are you going to return the poor fellow's ring? Florence (who has just broken her ngagemeut) I hatcn't decided. I suppose he'll propose to you now, nnd I thought I'd Just hand It over to you to save bother. l'hllndclphla North American. . God."-C'ambr- idge kyi; ( I.AltU roitIC New tttws Western Mi i. Mlicil ii t to ma 3 2 (lllAIN-Wlica-N- I'Mll'll -- Family -v. HAI.TIMOIta , biiuihern I ).... icJ..... 4 ft r a i bl ?J' 63 Licenses for Horseshoe ra. In Washington requires horteshoera to pass on examination npd to be licensed. An enactment TVmtna'a Tale. live long enough,, the New York Press declares, all women die two deaths. The first Is old ape. A . :. Oil I1U..S-Wta- PAVI'I.K lriu Hvn No. 3 wuliu Nn. Saoatrrn 3U If they CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. For sate by all I'.rU quality 1NDI AN'AfOI.IS 70 U0 M lo ID bah ravaMcisco, cax. araw Terns, n. r. --ooravtuLc. xcr. DruggtM. Aids lOufa, It. U.. Vm. wllh plan to aara funis. W. A. htisrvtoi mCAHON I Hit Write ror particular, la Home Corroipandtaca Sckuol, Ssrlaiflsld, Max. nimii !! Price 50c. ptrbottla. UltAIN - Vhai-N- o. 5rd.... Coin-N- o. SuilX'J,. Ui - No. t mixed s- O n U, 1.01'ISVII.LK. KrIUIt-Wlntrrpairnl PsfflfiEr K'i S Dltto, TttthM Eur. KBlitea IH BCTftlJ, UltAlN I'OUIC l.AKU-hlcu- l).its (cm iu Wheat M ird Mind, No. I red. ... ...... 34 S! (t (4 OSMl II 3) EETHlAf TEETHING POWDERS Mera Trwtta r Aoj r (be A. N. WUKX K.- -E I MY't 10 Utll it Ut 1772 OVata Oaly SS Cants. Ask roue Drucrtat for IV. AVRITI.NO TO AUVEKTISKKS plaaaa slate that yau saw Ike Advertise sacnt la llU paper. Bitlp-sillMMMWIlllpain To cure, or monoy refunded by your mrchaata bo yfhy w try it? Price 80ct BEREA COLLEGE REV. Wm. The Counties. 'or this Department roust reaeh the itor on Saturday prreedlng date ol liie. Coyy ed- SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Kdlted 0. FROST, Ph. D., President. Rockcastle County. Withers is going on. Corn crops are looking well now. James Mullins had a horse hurt very badly a few days ago. Miss Mary A. Hurley is visiting friends at La tig fort! Station. Sam Brown, who is teaching on Crooked Creek, gave us a call Suuday. Clarence Durham, who has boon very sick for some time, is mproving fast. Boston Durham, of Lexington, is visitinir his home near here, he is ono of our soldier boys. A has boon established near the mouth of Horse Lick Creek, it has been needed very badly. Miss Polly Joseph, a former student of Berea College, has been visiting friends and relatives near hero and has returned to her home in Clay. Koad-workiug Dost-ollico b; Ma. Xita Mere K. t'ttnAM, Trailer lollec. NORMAL DEPARTMENT. 18991900 ' Genera! Instuclors: The College Faculty. Special Instructors: Mrs. Yocum, Mrs. Hunting, Mrs Putnam, Tutor Matheny. Lecturer: Dr. Mayo. Bereft College has always been famous for its teachers. The State bupennienueni lias slated mat uerea does more lor tne wmmoo bcqoois of Kentucky than any other institution in tho State. Its teachers are wanted Special Chance for a few Girls at Ladies' Hall. By far the best place for young ladies attending school Is at the Ladies' Hall. Arrangements are being made so that a few girls can g place there at very low rates. (Rememler the College charges nothing for tuition. You pay 4.M) a term for incidentals including books in Model Schools. In B Grammar School and below, only 13X0. The only other expeuse is for living I ward.) Four girls may have a room together, without fire, for ffi.OO, or 11.60 each. These rooms contain ledstends, tables, and chairsthey must bring betiding. They will hare a warm room provided in tho Hall for study and sitting-room- everywhere. The Normal Department is organized to give the best training possible to Classen are bo arranged as to accommodate teachers, and teachers. experience in teaching mar count in tho course. Its diploma is the highest recommendation for scholarship and training. Preparation in the Teachers' Grammar School Course. WINTKIl. rhydoli'gy. Exercise In letter-writinand bulnct form, with antlrile, Irlnx, ami cotwe-tlo- n syuut. ol SrBIMO. CItII Government. . s ss Si s X tl Harver'e Grammar and Tarbell- -a technical rourw lor tearhe re. Material usetl from Snow Bound, Storlee ol Kentucky History, and Mllee lunJIih. Wlldlo. Mrs. Jones of Mt. Vernon is visit ing Mrs. J. J. Wood. W. M. Haves visited relatives at Orlando and vicinity this week. Llirhtninc struck William Wood's dwelling house July 29 but no serious damage was caused.. W. H. Bower, the operator at this place, with his family is .visitinir rela tives in Danville. Mr. Boner is taking his place. Dr. Gibson of Richmond was called to see Mrs. W. H. Branaman Friday, who after a long sickness is worse. Her recovery is doubtful. Mrs. James Simpson, who was tak en to Brodhead some tttiio ago for medical treatment, is back home and is improved tomo in health. A. W. Stownrt, who has been suf fering very much from a briar scratch on the hand is better now. It wns had set feared that blood-poisonin- mo JUj't Revised. Prlnce'i No. 7. Prlne Iplc, Methods and IrobIem. Study Period, with Tvache y'l ld. They can get their meals in the Hall for $1.50 a week, or at special table without butter and extras, for f 1.10 a week. They can earn four or fivo cents an hour by sweeping, scrubbing, dishwashing, aud other work, if they are willing and quick to learn, and will thus receive, by working from two or three hours a day, from M cents to $1.00 a week. t a OS I U. 8. History. Uet text, ulth outline and geotmphlnil tullei. Each girl must deposit $1 at the start to secure the room, ami n for one months board. $1 pocket monManual Training nr Inietl-- I Industry, lnelmllBg Drawing, lour ey, for matches, oil, oiicils, autl small hour". Reading Friday. making $12.10. items us When onre started you m that you in. might earn nwt of your bosrd for the The Normal Course. Bond Stewart, traveling salesman rc-- t of the term, and with a little help This course requires three years beyond the Grammar School, fits for for a Ciueintititi linn, was with our from home you can start again the State Examinations, and secures a diploma. Any ono term in it gives good merchants this week and tnadou very next term. progress and helps in teaching. The studies are arranged as follows : pleasant visit with relatives arouinl Rnultng. Mmi.Ujr, Wcttnenlay, (Friday it 2:30). Sel lions from O. W. True Cable tory lwk--. Hawthorne Holme.. from Sew Storie KiigUiul. Tuesday and Thursday. Mutlc. Half-hou- r BiUt. 1111 hour Thurday. ComputMon. Horticulture Lecture Friday. will receive it back when she leaves, provided sho returns the key and leaves tho room aud furniture iu good condition. You must briug to start with at least, $4.50 for incidental fen, $1. for key defwsit, il.50 for room rent, rntr. Arithmetic, 5; Grammar. '. f.lucutitM, 6: Dniwlnj, 3. Algebra la, ,V. I'lijtteal i; Theory ami Drawing, ; tieography, S. Algebra lb, .1; Botany, J; (."mc, 8; Kevlewe.2; Hook keeping, 3. Sraixo. year nnx-- r review of all nbjecti nevery Notice that the (turtle nf tin-firlor first claw certificate. SECOyth Algebra I la, t; Coinwltlon, 5; Physiology. 5: Drawing, 3. Fall. Algebra lib, 4; Practice. S; UMoryla, 5; Higher Arithmetic. 3; Wistik. Muilc, . Algebra He,. ; rractloe, 5; History lb, J; Higher Arithmetic, 3; SraiMO. Music,?: . ) hero. Fall. Winter. (iigby, The com crop in this locality is looking much better since the recent rains, and farmers think they will make nn average crop after nil. They wero badly disheartened for n while. Repair that Loom! Girls who wish an education at Berea will receive good for articles of home manu-actur- e. . . TllllW. Good homespun linen, 40 cts. t yd. lay the narrow gauge road from Good homespnn LlDdsey, 60 " " " Natural Bridge to Chimney Top, Ky. 8rai50. Extra price for tbat which is which begins The August 19 is expected to bo very in- e striped with djes. Rev. C. A. Gleason of terestinir. Good homespun Jeans. COcLs. a jd. is to give six lectures. Shandon, O., Teachers' Normal Course. Good dress flannel, . 60 " " " institute convened For the convenience of persons already engaged in teaching the following Tho Wolf Co. GO Good coverlids, veil woven and teachers present. course is provided, occupying the Winter and Spring Terms of three years July 31 with over matched, from three to five dollars. rrof. A. (J. tlcsnman was instructor, in study, while the Fall Term is given to teaching in the public schools. The members of the institute wero FIRST. clad to welcome Mrs. E. H. Yocum Teaching In Public School! . Alex Means was at White Hall Fall. of Berea College as a member of thoir ; Arithmetic, S; English, Theory and U. S. History, Wlirrra. institute and are hoping iserea will church last week. 3. Geography, send more suchjielpers ana workers, William Means is getting out some Arithmetic, i; Grammar, 5; Clrlc. 3; Review, 3; Physiology 3. Braixo. lumber for a new house. Notice that the itudiea ol the first year cortr review ol all subject! neceuary lor first clau certificate. M. H. Frederick started his school SECOSD. Hyden. at Bright Shade last week. Teaching in Public Schools. Fall. Alex and James Delph visited thoir Work on the new Presbyterian Algabra la, 5: Physical Geography, 4; Higher Arithmetic, I; Wixiaa. Church at Wooten will begin next mother last week. She is quite sick. Practice, S; Music, 2. week. Algebra lb, 5; Botany, 5; Higher 'Arithmetic, 3; Practice, 6; Smiso. A. B. Hampton, Franklin Baker, Music, 2. Miaa Si id in Smith and John Hen and Bowman Smith passed through TUIKD. son, of Knox Co. are visiting friends on tho way to Woodbine in Laurel Teaching In Public Schools. Fall. county. in town. English Literature, 5; History la, 5; Theory and Review, t; Wrirru. Pmf M"nraVi tit Rare was here one History ol Education, 3. Tankorsloy Psychology, 8; History lb, 3; Word Study, 3; Review, 2; School day during the institute and made a Bramo. Success to Tne Citizen. Administration, 3. good talk. A much needed shower fell here Xfr. Ttnlwiriil. TIrt K r.ir .1 n , r.fri a t Students admitted to this course must give evidence of having taught at and Iour county clerk, Mr. Howard, Sunday. Ml. II . The schools are in working order in least one term under a County Certificate and may be required to make up are uowu wuu Buiiui-puspecial deficiencies in common school studies in the Grammar School. The Mr Witt nnil Minn WrWn Johnson this vicinity. diploma granted on completion of tho course is proof of both scholarship and were quietly married Friday evening, Married, on tho '20th of July, J. O. experience. uev. u. n. ivaiiuu uiuuiuuuy. Carnahan to Miss Laura Baker. Expenses. Almnr F.vnrsoln returned from a A protracted mooting was held at Church-houson Tuition In free. Tho fee for incidental expenses of heating and caring trip to the Blue Grass a section last tho New Prospect week.bought fiuo team of Laurel Creek, last for class rooms, library, chapel, etc., is $1.50 each term. Books are fur- Thursday. He mules. nished at least possible cost (free in Grammar School.) Board and room The funerals of William Hornsby, institute met Clnyborn Iteid, and an infant were Tim I.Halin can be had for from $ 1.50 to J 2.00 a week. Students pay a feo of twenty-fiv- e cents a term to tho hospital, which entitles them to advice, care at their Monday. July 21. All the fifty teach at the Now Prospect Church rooms whilo ill, and care and board at tho hospital, with reduced doctor ers of tne county wero present. Most 1reachtxl Itsva. W. It. Click, Joseph part and Dau Ward, and A. D. Collins. A bills, if seriously sick. All privileges of the Collogo are open to Normal of the teachere took an active . 4..1 I ll instudents, and every term brings growth. mo anu maue ,1 insinuiu uuuhuhiij 1.. large crowd attended. The evening exercises teresting. Terms Open Skldmoro. wero highly enjoyable. The teachers wish institutes would come often. Born to the wifo of Preston Nolen, and classes begin as follows: a girl. Fall Torm, September 13. Winter Term, December 13. James Slusher, of Knuckles, was Spring Term, March 14. here last Sunday. Collingsworth to begin with the first day of the term. It is wise We have plenty of rain and crops Teachers, however, can enter at any time after closing their schools. f!nm crons are comlnir out in this aro fine Su this section. part of the county. 1 Tl,.l,n tm tAflnlilni. a uin rain,.. T Teachers Especially Rev. Noah Smith has just closed a series of meetings at this place. school at Birch Lick this week. t, requested to write for information to the Miss Martha Sandliu and Mrs. J. John Caudill and wifo have moved re II:.. f n.nr,,u If. . ,a i.U from East Berustadt to Rod Bird. Dlt. OHO. T. FAIROIIILD, Berea, Ky. ing friends and relatives near McKeo Joseph Asher has just returned luifl ween. home from Grays, whoro he has boon County Court Days. .T. O. Powell has lust returned from at work. Teachers' institutes are to be held Livingston. Paris, Bourbon County, 1st Monday in the various counties at the followDilliou Asher and Josie Ellis wero 1." II !.... ,tl W.nn la t.ora tliia married July 25, they havo the best Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday. weok visiting friends and relatives. ing times and places: wishes of tho community. Lexington, Fayette, 2nd Monday. Mrs.J.C. Powoll of thiB place hasJ Madison, Kiohmond. Aug. T. J. Asher has eutored iuto u con- Stanford, Lincoln, 2nd Monday. j EBtilJ( IrT,no a visit to her fathlust. returned from " r, .11".. i in traot with ABhorand Henslev to nut Ueorgotowu, Scott, 3rd Monday, er, lvovfis oanuuu, u, niugiiiuu, ( Boyle, (col.) Danville. in all the poplar tiralior owned by - Lincoln, Aug. Danvillo, Boylo, 3rd Monday, (col.) Stanford tlium on tne waters 01 jjiuo nolo. Clay , Rockcastle, Mt. Vernon ( Nicholas v 111.-- Joesamlno, 3rd Monday, 1 Knox, Barboursville. Winchester, Clark, 1th Monday. Onodla. Oglo. Aug. ll-Z- o LetcUer whltesburg. Versailles, Woodford, 1th Monday. Rev. Murrill preuchod at' Burns Walter Woods visited hero last Laurel and Whitley, at Climax, Sent. Church July 81. Suuday, Williamsburg. Wistxk. Camp-meeting home-madSr, Fall. Geometry or Physic. I; Classic. 5; Clrici, 5; Practice, 3. English Literature, 5; Theory and -- Geometry or Ph)slc, 4i Itevlewt.5: History ol Kducatlou, 3. Geometry or Physio, 4; lVychoIogy, ft; Word Study, 3; Kerlewn, 3; School Administration, 3. Such articles will be bought only of students. Bring them Spradllng to President's Secretary at LaJames Smith of Parch Corn, while dies Hall for inspection and she working in tho log woods had his leg will give order to Treasurer broken, hut is bettor. for payment. Thos. M. Tutt has been called to Wolfe County. Tho river running by, down and sidewise the weight of the The morning, and the sunset load is nearly all thrown on one sky, That lighteth up the wheel which is iu great danger of The tall trees in the greenwood, breaking down, or your load may lie The pleasant summer sun, overturned. A careful leveling of the The ripe fruit in the garden, road ou a steep hill is one of the best He made them everyone. improvements. He gave ua eyes to see them We frequently find a fairly good And liw that we might tell, stretch of road suddenly ending iu a How great is God almighty, rod or two of inirey clay that a team I Who hath made all thincs well. can scarcely pull the empty wagon When we think of the way in which through. A springy place has been God makes even tho smallest insect reached, one of the most difficult to . or flowers as perfect ua the largest deal with in Tho animal or tree, it makes our Iwauti-- f stiro way to cure this is to ditch right ul world seem the more wonderful. down to the source of the wnter and Aud if Ood takes such pains to put In a well covered line of drain mukf things, we can try to under-glan-d tile protecting the outlet with a pile them and to lovf them. of broken stones. Hut tile are not Think of a tiny ant being made always easy to get, and the water with machinery enough in his little, should bo taken care of anyway. tody to make him run, work, and Dig the ditch of good width, ami give seem Utthink! Did any of you boys( it plenty of fall, if it has to be carried mer makii a Imnjot Weren't you out into an adjoining field. If list proud of your work? Hut it banjo' stones can lie had lay n course on the needs itomelHxly to play it, and the ' Iwttotn of tho ditch and two tows set little ants can do things them wives A shaped o er them. Fill HUve from the "setisn" l)juud up in their those with a foot or more of Itnilteu It evms tome that wo stone or coarse grmel 'h1 ovwr all little iKMlii-s- . y (Wicked earth. limy lesrn to resjwt everything that with has life it is nude to carry j Another way is to ml into the ditch ti drain mndf like a hofr trough out its own mi perfectly. Men have 'Sought out many inveu turned over, which may b" math u( tious", but not one of them is so won- good oak or chestnut plunk or small derful as tho honey-be- ' that tlies hero split logs. A channel mut iu doiiio mid there making its life mingle with way lui secured to lend tho water oil tho heart of the flowers to givo tit beneath tho surfneo and this must be food. I wish that a great many of kept from clogging up. Either of you lwjs and girls would writo mo tho above methods can be made to letters telling what you think the serve the purpose. Not all of these improvements that most wonderful and most beautiful thing thnt you have ever seen in tho I havo suggested can bo secured in out door world, and I will tell you in one season, of course, but a little at a Tut Citizen some of the best things time a road can be brought up to a good Btaudard. Far too much of the written mo. Let us keep our eyes open and tie work now put on roads is washed out ready to see the things that are going and ruined by the next heavy rains, on in our world and we will be sur- when if more thorough work could prised that we havo let so many havs been done on a part of tho road things pass unnoticed. Please direct thnt much would havo been permn-uen- t. Let us all go in for good roads. your letters to me, Berea, Ky. I i road-making, clo-iol, Kdlted liy H. V. Moon, lWrwnr of HorticulYihIH, lv.n ol IU ture, Here Collrire. Kermel Department, llrren Collet. ImnlKNifivnt fo4 iml.) We had a little poem to learn some The grade of the whole lull may time ago. Let us take a new one for not lie a heavy as nemo of the steep August, antl when I come to visit places and it will pay to work these your school I wsnt you all to be ready back at the top and fill at tho foot to say it iu concert. It is not written of them, for the short steep pull In by one of the poets that we know best what kills the team. Especially whore but by Mrs. C. C. Alexander. there is an outcrop of rock should this be blasted out and broken down ALU T1IINOS BrAUTiri'L. to fine metal, for with the heavy All things bright and leautiful, grade it is worse to lift the load IkxII-l- y All creatures great aud small, over a square shoulder of rock. All things wise and wonderful, On many mountain roads the sidelThe dear Ood made them all. ing character of the bed is the most Each little flower that opens, dangerous feature of them. Quite little bird that sings, Kach a heavy grnde may be passed in safeHe made their glowing color', ty, sven with a high grade, if the He made their tiny winys. road is level from side to side, but purple-heademountain, The when you are comix-lieto go both THE SCHOOL. Mm. It! Hi II, THE FARM. I.Mnl br d ptire Leslie County. Robert Hacker comtomplates moving to Berea shortly. Hugh Burns made a trip to Jackson county on business. Mrs. John Pace, Brutus, who has bsen very sick, is worse. Mrs. Nancy Burns, who has been very sick, is convalescing. Alfred Hacker has moved to Brush Creek where he will haul logs. Married. Mr. Perry Burns and Miss Lizzie Bishop, of this place. Wo are having a good season now and farmers are getting on a broad smile. There is going to be a weeks' meeting held at Riversido school-hous- e this weok. visited Manchester during the latter part of the institute. The Citizen may to know that J. l5. Clarkson, of Sidell, visited friends ia Owsley, a short time since. be interested Somo readers of It is reported that we will have two weddings soon: Sampson Keene and Miss Nanoy Smith, and Malcom Smith and Jfiss Emma Smith. Perry Broughten, of this place, and Miss LettieMcCreary, of Goose Rock, eloped Sunday and went to Knox county, whore they wero married Tuesday. They will make their home at Hyden, Leslie county. Dory. Corn crops are improved by the recent rains and yet they are much short of a full crop. A rain and wind storm visited this section last Friday damaging crops considerably in some localities. Some ono who visits Burning Springs has absorbed nearly all tho and we fear thoy will be competed to use wood for fuol tho coraiug winter. The firm of Morgan and Calahuu are preparing to begin work at their Success to the lumber next week. boys, they have the nerve to do the work. Our school in this district Is progressing with Miss Lillie Clark as teacher, and we are pleased to say wo have one of the best schools In tho county regardless of the optosition shown us in tho beginning. Colored Institute of Madison Co. The Colored Teachers' Institute of Madison county, which began at Richmond July Ul, deserves prniso for the oilicient work It is doing In producing better toachors. Throughout the week tho teachers manifested great interest, and Prof. Frank L, Williams, the Instructor, always had a bright idea and au improved method of teaching for each discouraged teacher. Among tho visitors may bo mentioned Dr. Fairchild, of Beroa, Prof. J.E. James, of Knoxville College, Mr. Isaac S. Hathaway, of Lexington, Ky. and Mr. W. P. Chapman, Missionary, American S. S. Union, whoso addresses added inspiration to tho institute. The trustees on Thursday Bhowed great interest by their presence aud their reports. Tho entertainment, givon by the Institute, at the Baptist Church ou Thursday evening, was commendable. Prof, Williams Is au able instruct-to- r and all who attend his institutes returu with now inspiration to do more for the children placed under their care. e - Jackson County. Bright Shade Sore oyes are provalont near here. Jamoa Lewis is touching tho Mud-lic- k school. Silas Wagers is at Manchester, iu tho goods business. James Smith and Miss Sarah Smith wero married, Thursday. Oliver Wagers ami William Smith havo gono iuto tho logging business. Miss Dora Smith visited friends at Martin's Crook Woduesday and Thurday. Misses Nellie aud Mary Sizemore Institutes. 7-- 1 14-1- 8, County. 11-1- 6,