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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 16, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899081601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 16, 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 ClrcDlallM, iOOO. The citizen. Devoted (o the Interests of the Home, AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Year. School, and Farm. vOli. I. IJKWKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, M-Rli- AUGUST 1(5, ISiKI. NO. it. During tin Htonn Sunday tho awn- - Historical Sketch of Alormonism Inrrnt ItimiM wntt iint iImivii mill full Wnv. I). .1. Mc Millan, I). D. C. A. ttin Winkle arrived Saturday ,iglnst the winilow on Wobinson's to visit his paroiitH hern. r the house and Itroku it. W. S. h,t, Joseph .Smith's birth occurred at the T. (. PASCO, Miss Daisy Haines, of Leiington, Young says hu wont up to tint window timo when tho Wingnto movement I1IIITOII mill MA.NAOKIt. is visiting lit M. II. llntiiNKjr'n. intending to get n watch, Imt says Iiu vvns at its hoicht. Ten years later his fminil thoy w. iimrktl so high lie Kireiiin moved io rulinvrn. Now .Mr. mid Mrs. bxlwick will it York, friends in Minneapolis on their way o.iM not reach tlinm. Hero Joseph grew up in n Till! OITI.UN, More, Ky. hero. rolineniont His V. M. Gl.ll.iirl.i.r. nf Ttrrun. Pn.. home without Mis Florn HdwardnMudent hew, says, "For forty yours I hnve tried ),,,fents with ignorant indolniit mid W.im until nmttrr. i. ...i .......,..(.. ii.. health and lnt year, Is enhlcr nt tho Palaeu Ho- - various cough medicines. One Min III. vui.i:i nn in, iinn mid trwngtli, a vivid active mind till. I ilml ii nn II nlii Piinulii fllru in lt.wt nf nil ' II r. Imagination. Heinir without oliool . ... lint-iiII1I-AM : inalfilillt unit i.liriM II ii,,,, i l..l.t r i. j in t r iiuiHirmm is uw. , of J. ami lung troubles S I . WeJeh. How to I, happy -- work, sing anil the Wnphum, ihHiiKO in . ... , i i' I tire, iinixiinl r iiiiii , nn :. pro.. Style, i wini romance u wapinui Minn Nettie Itiirdette. who Iihm si ierei on- the alnut MihiiIow ,vit, company of youthfulivmu, aim followers Thin i tli mim fur uswp m.wd-iu- liwn I'lHe. .oil, le 3STo irr ill tlw mt two week". tutloii,one mill- lioin Men. lilueKinw f 1 wnulil Imnt l niilit fur Ihim.uI 5 $ aim! NMtooktioitt. Tim bunt in mm l eh imUer. hikI hIoi. first eUm, fnolly j t1P fjehN alwut hiH fathers prrwchw U the one who helps u RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. .Imhma (lark him I wife of Cluv home. Ho h wul to imrf ihm'ii or a trtit (kI ami lovwmir neighbors. hen ItereH get" itr Mwoml 200.(J0f) religmiw turn of mimh ami during a ewiiNty, vNtinK friend in Mmlf-mThis it also Um time of year for endowment, an it will next spring, j ivival he wan eviti-- very deeply on on and Onrranl .xirtinfr Tin Citixes will remind Will oell all tl,0 suhj.H.t. IHh iuiaKiim.inii. Inn Scttlfohl everything will Ikk.iii. III foicisr rn'ks that a l.ll!.. mliH - a - - , William II. .1 Sim.i . ... , . Keason, ..xx.et to Ieae the Urstitions, nnd hi rohgioim .1 etrile-Stnti- i wr lM ,mr" r. t..m proiH-riI...f,,r lakl in. M. K. I'amci. inout combined to create wonderful will fo k gitod way in ring uriiiK A his untutoriMl lie ',r MtwriH of hast Hernstadt hI nickery evero wind and ruin storm viHionti in fifteen yunrs of mind, when li;ppim-Tht rtfiilt nf ytwtl war.- anil reasonable price in that ire uil uifom Heron SuudHy afternoon about was alwut ago ni.d TueSdny, Mt"lav now have rutomcr in all pari of the Stale The Amerioni. Monthly Koviow ofir" '" two o'clock. Tho rain fall wiim very lHgau to ho visions anl dreiini ork dono. When ioii want .1 !,. .1,.. f..w....1...ti.i v Iev.e Nunheavy and with the wind caused one dreams. Thc-- experiences contiuu . . Mm. Mlirv I W lull, ilnwl viiutnnliiv !...... t.l 1. i. i! ..." J 01 tno naniest siomm Known Hero for neven l tnrougli mi minion no onuncuvo IJuriug i ri .i-mo in nineroriio H morn unrt iv nf .ml.. f.,r "ouu. u nun ueuu hick or iwo souie years. .Much dauiage was ilone four years of this period Joseph was with typhoid fever. 1. ,.i the great progi.- - it in umkiiiir in the iu iut-vmi;., iinurn, to. unu uiiu ur 1inu absent from his father's hoiisu seekimportant field uiKin whirl, it U.M. IfawIlllL'S rctliriietl to OwsleV nwiiiiiL'H wnrn ilmvn. Sniiiik ing employment, in various capaci1st u know and ire will tend you designs and price enterwi than Horea Collego." Kyou Monday on a prospect ie trip. Ho thing liko a cloudburst occurred up ties, iu Pennsylvania and olsuwnero. ! live witlim Jive hundred miles of expect to Imi gone some tune. Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. on Silver Crwk nnd there was ono of His movincnts for two years cannot Ileren had you not bettor got somo Miss Kobinson recuntly visited tho worst frohets known for year. lo definitely traced. Hut during his gmxi iroin it for ypur children f North Adams, Mass., and writes that No loss of life has been roported up absence ho was in the employ of Vm. ... ... to this time. II. Sahiue. at whoso house tint widow four of tho Adamites will return. THE WIDE WORLD. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. linker, of Val - ) There in time for nil things. Tho of Ilov. Solomon Spaulding was mak the times. Material and work first-clas- s. Loudon Times says England cau lrirfnn Lift Nut U'.miIt fur ii viutl it'ill. ' lllnn In IiiLm f)MVilltf t.tltlit Pnrlv ing her home. In tho garret of the At prices to suit put oUKK) men in tho Tratmual at iiiiMrHou.rroi.il ",u i tiaker, at .Milroy, iiisers is wnen you aro sutiering iroin """"" ".lu""' Ky. HARWOOD, "Manuscript' ,Mr-- , iPIlingfl Pa constipation, billiousness. any time. nche, indigestion, or other stomach or ? .roiurrwi 10 aoow, which sue Prof. MeClintock returned Fridav liver IloinUy mlviccs nay that the Imi receivisl from the Pittsburg pub S. II Welch, Jr. troubles. his iu the . A. P. SETTLE, li.sher after Mr. Spaulding's death . plsgue nt I'oonah is driving all peo-pi- " fromwas tectum trip pleased mountain, Hit Lieut. It. Shearer of the .MhSooH nter J,m.phV return to his wry well with his fn.ni the city. was here recru.ting.Satunlay. reception overywlii re. Attorney and Notary Public, fhor's home, he was visited by Kig Uermmiy look with suspicion ujkjii Mentor, Ohio. Whether I'deuds hew have receivisl an-- . and secured four men. v U'phen and ,ol)i frolu ,,.. Bcrca, Kentucky. ,itlri..,, ab th.'grntt iueriN.su in tho industrial iiouiicemHtitH of the tmirriagu of Miss uiiani jiarre i,- oiev iiiinim.niiu llu,v i..ui I liese nnn were srtiiee, wo do not know. Tin- two 'IXJ, to t Imrhe ueyuoldLeslie liw, a student hore in pr oduct of the United States. mii'-r. on Miiln Slnt't. In Miionlc DM. enlistisl for the .'7tli U. S. Y. u regi- doubtless became known to each Mr. Ym Lsudis, Plvmouth, N ii. ment now in mtv ice in the Philip- other through a mutual friend, Mr IWey reHHt grout hospitality John V. Cope, who is teaching near pines and coniked of sh..wu him by nirious oountri. he P.irley P. Pratt, who was a traveling You want GOOD GLASSES you Digests Kirby Knob, was iu town Friday. men from other regiments who.se term tinker and a pieHcher of some ability 1 through on his way home His school hoiis was burnt, as had expired. Lieut Shearer goes Mr. Pratt plied his twofold vocation Itartlflclally digests the food and aids At Uewics. iu our iNirresMiiiilencodemrt-ltitintwith his direct to the Philip- between Palmyra. New York, and Nature In strengthening and reconDreyfus .hiw er, M. pines by way of Columbus, 0.. and Mentor, Ohio. He knew and admir structing Isthe. exhausted digestive orLalmn wn shot 011 the whv to the gans. It the latest discovered dlgest-aA phit to kill Dreyfus ii f.sir-sWilliam Wrend, nccitlcutally shot; San Frniirico. tiuil ed Mr. Kigdou, indeed ho was a fre- and tonic. No other preparation l Thomas Thurinan. deputy sherift ouently a member of his congrega-ofTni- can approach It In clllciency. It Inl.a!ori is in a hcrious condition. at Paiut Lick Satunlay, was in towu Mu, savs, "If .'Veryoiio in the tion. stantly relieves and permanently cures yetenlny having the bullet removed After this visit of Mr. A liMrrkuni. has been iloing great from lus arm. States should discover the vir- - 'don's, which was . earlv iu the hum- - Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Drs. Kohinson and ,, . F 'I tl!,.. lt". I iinzei ior piles, morol IKi, .losepli saitl that lie was Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, uieoi iun .imimtfeiH the .t Indies. Huu- - Davis ntteuilisl lihn. rectnl troubles, and skin diseases, the told in dreams and visions, that he SIckHcadache.Gastralgia.Cranips.and ' )'0C WANT TilEM AT ALL. were, killisl in Uimdeloupe and T. T. Siminous makes SMMslwell domaiid could not lie. siipplnsl. .ltd all other resultsof Iniperfectdlgestlon.. was cIio'mmi of the Lonl to bo u great Prepared by E. C. DeWItt A Co., Cljlcago. (.! the Leewqnl Islands. The town of his hwad.MiKrteni this week ami that re not i'r.MTly u.ljtiatiil tn four S. Ii.Yeleh, Jr. nJ r.' urtmllT .UiijirroiK. I luow It. pijiphet to restoro tlie Gospel which. S. WKI.CH. .IK. Porto Ith-e- . was (kw.led.aud j,f,M,JT'9i!VVW:lhc.groun(l thorough, you uiirlit tu ki.or il wilt not uttempt to lult been taken from the world ninny second husttlKiIt game in the The ilHH-w ith good suc-osto yoiirtyvH nut!! I know wlmt Ii neetert. Vtwo hllmtre.1 wm .!m...l Sm n ifriii.luiiil.i.iit, liw.lnror ' series with Paint Lick was played centuries ago. Ho went w far as to Ki' rxiimiiol trrr. Mandolin Club Concert. . Saturday on Lincoln Field. The con - declare that nn augel cume into his while the daiimgv of proHrty was t Xice line of iYoretties in On lust Sut unlay night the Man-- ' JhiihmM. Combs loft Monday for test for several innings was about ov - ' room at midnight, awoke him and h.ilf million dollnrs. Other towns JEWELRY. Jackson issintv, whero he will i'uprr--fii- t only divided, until in the fifth when rend to him live chapters of the Bible, dolin Club gave u concert iu tho were completely destroyisl and hun Thk Citizen- - for tho coining live runs were made for IJorea. Dur - jiini! afterward. tooK him to a hill Cunpol, preparatory to starting on a T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. month, soliciting sulcriptiouh and ing the iet of the game Paint Lick which 10 called Cumorah. The lull trip to towMis iu our vicinity. It was inss uf KHple were killisl, that the concert and the adrtising the tmper generally could i.ot ontirojy overcome tho leud, i four miles from Palmyra, and is at urfoituiiiite at SM'cdweil NATIONAL NliWS. AsM UMition cHiiio on the p .. i. ...... I.r. .1.:.. nnd th final score was 12 9. f Scoru: pnent the probity o f Admiral l.'ui.. ..ndate, for many would lmvo at .tin iiiip i. i i.ii. milOhio., whew ' 1 It I .. t i S l I. A W nutting is in (ssfcHi at hore Joseph I'liimi.sl to ame Samiisoii. jMiorniuK for SpringHt-W- , 1 I 2 I 5 0 0 '1 r''hnve .liheovored the wo.ideiful plates. tended tho concert but a late return lters ltoslon. she willvisit before going to Marion,' preyei.t.s.1 it. (I and uuwirthe.1 them bv the lielp of frV"' Paiut ILick 0 1 2 0 (I 1 01 & PASCO'S ' "nw. ohe mHwmIii nn institute. snppli are mnt to tint Porlo H Tho uoimiste.1 ?.f selections HANSON iw He ilowrib. the jilates Oaiues with Crsb Orchard and thoanKel. lf'"h went WhitV Station aro exptHitud soon. bv tin Club, instrumental solos. an uHnrs bv Sec, Hoot. V"" as IkiiiikI by rings, in the form of a duets, trios, : thw intirning ,, , . going to Pleasant unarlets, and vocal ' concisiuHj in a ...vn.,,, v.unri unn glint ISIOK 10 I IWIUS, III.. Where UHV VlMl lOr K.slol l)ysiHMia Cure completely Ismkc. . l . .V. Vi ... 1111(1stono.. .crvnt or tiuartuts An eniovablo lirogram f.'V.i ... . -' . . 1 114 III ' IIT1IIII!! .1 Hint wluNrt titiioultd then Miss Helen Vtnn ami Yau Vok is strsnwl. a..,. t lllLTirsiM lIHJtl 1T1LII1II IIIM NIlIIIiniTII 1' mill WlCk.sl WorHl ,IW VOtirs. to li, I II ..I.... In Vnmml III ...... ..ill 1. i.. :..?... ..... in iniebiines unu reiuiem nil onuses 01,!lr01Uttie , f .,. Dr. .Samuel tlie ciun. it intiicstes tnitniui House, forywirs tin. ' school the coining visir. focsl iwbl of L ., . i.t 7. ..I.. H. C. JASPER, M. D. i,. pmet'ce, and elhcient I.idirship bv phsiclnn to tho kiugof Slam, is.l.wd spends the viwir with the CorrellItiith cover.;sl into being assimilated and . ZV. 'a s at giving ml The Club gives au Jutef stiei.h at Waterford, N. Y. I'lonsMiit Plains. MEDICINE and SURGERY, fissuo building substances. ,lt Vt,r"" laud it is sure to meet with generous Office la Piathrr L'uildine Richmond. Ky. S. 12. Welch, Jr. . John P. Mnnii left Mondav for his! Mayor Jones, of Toledo, has l applauso here and at all other Ohio, wiierehewill, John II. Trendway mid Attorney! k Tehphone 103 & 109 a Hrotherhooil Company, ac- lioiiinat lfuggli visit a short time Mow going to W. 1$. Hansford, of Manchester, came places it goes. The cording to his socialistic principles. Rounlon nt Evnnsvillo, Ind. as follows: Mandolinsmembership is, M. L. Spink. Oherlin, where ho has an engagement to Heron Monday, nnd will Im busy Union Reform Party was turned to play iu the Ohcrliu band which for several daH taking depositions iu The Heilliiotl of the lllua nnd the 12. W. Ktnbroe: Guitars -- W. D.( p nrwr r j." x D. iTlLLU I , UCIUIbl, down by Mayor Jonos. Ho docs not visits Philadelphia during tho U. A. the suit of Hind vs. Tresdwav. Mr Gray to bo held at livansvillo Oct Finbree. W. II. Iimbree, II. W.Coil-,!!- . II. lincmupiiieiit. Mr. Mnnu exHH!ts Treadway n'K)"rts nil piiet in Cluv has grown to such proportions IllllglOU. Itolievo iu inixiug K)litics with his soto study inOberliti next year and so county at proient, but may be caused that it will undoubtedly be thogreat- Sunday-schoConvention. cial reforms. iloes not loturu here. Wo are sorry, at hiiv time. Deputy btubblelleld, est gatlmnng ever held iu tho state. Fully fifty persons from Berea and Tim Coinniiltii. to invito Pros. IIttz to lose him, for his work here has who w'as shot so iNidly nbout a month I'roidont McKiuley will be there. A t attend IheexerciM's attendant up- - b.siii very ervditnblo nnd quito sue- - ago that lie had to havo his left arm committee compos of Mayor Akin, the immediate ueighliorluMHl attemled oesfful, especially iu the baud which, nnd loft loir amputated, has so fur Cap. Lee Howell, and Caiit Win. the Mndiwon Co. S. S. convention nt )n the inymg of the comer-ston:. . f., i of 1... I. ii Speedwell, Sat. last. In the morn- CENTER u..ii no luininui i i... iu .i min-- i .... :i:.... iccoicreu i Hint lie is nine iowiiik (town ' i.i .. :ll l... ..- .... .1...- ..n..i in.inii.ii, in i.i the new jkhI olHn. in.Chk-Hghim niiisiwdly than it had ever reached stait. week to invito the governors of the ing a heavy rain tluvalemsl to break , bofoio. but nearly every ART GALLERY ue io .mmxico. DeWitt's Little Kiuly as Southern State-- (ion. Coition, Hen. ii) the convention, planned to go. Lee, of Mississippi, A. J. one went who had LOCALS. a faultless pill should, clenncing and Sloven D. bhlihA STATI: bkii-ps- ; He re a had its full share iu the ever Wit,t, of Oeorgia, Kx t.ov. Jones, of C. I. OfiO, Proprietor. The first lumU r for President revu tigi. osysiem i .sieauoi weaKen Alalmuia, ami ninny other distiuguish-ix- l eisos which vveie varied hiui inter. M I hev are uiil.l and sure, small lMIVilrS luu. miHttly atlopted dwelling was delivured Satur iinr it. Nothing But The Photos. ing. I'rol. L,. Y. Dodscv, tor tho ihirticipants of the Civil War. to take, and entirely fico a ud pleat-nu- t day. driew law. ery low rates will be made on nil oiitl vtmr Couuty Prtsulent, had done, from objectionable drugs They as Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. much bv srsoual visitation lo bring Jiihii llurwotsl has the coiitruui to sist rnlher than couiitl. tho nulnvid ami steumlkNit liees. The First luiuwut IlHiidof UmiLs-.ll- e There will Im iiiany visiting military out thelarge delegations which oanie1 S. 12. Welch. Jr. .till furnWi niuic for the ln-- t lo put up the Carpenter monimioiit nt Mt. Yeriiou. companies and I'rie Drills and a sham from several sections of the iwinty. llc fHlr. Piof. II. M. PeiiuiuiHu's excursion Uittle will Im among the attraction-- . He rosiwiided to the mldref.s of wel HK.XTAl. SUIK Hull V. Dfputiv Hnsldus and Terrill tis.k come as prcMtliiigotHerr, kept the ex-- , A. WILKES SMITH, I). I). S. s.iiinHfcut will mhiii bo niiineeti'd Kph Slto.-kleto the iisyluui at Lev jmrtv arrive in town Friday mornThe Chautauqua Trip. a crcisos vrell iu hand, ami ing !n good IimuHIi and spirits having w iih a large iiumW of interior t ingtmi Friday. . Smith lliiil.tiii.j, Main enjoyiM a very pleasant trip itsitle Thursday Tutor C. Wexford thinl term only by (Mirnest protestu-tionLast It W. Whitney fountain pen, jjl.fiO fioni towns by ii new teleplHine svs-- i some miuonuees iilwuy inci- Wnyiiiotid returned from Chautampia Hiein, nml, A'y. " mid up. Warranted ueer to blot. ti dent ujKMi IsMiig'bo far away from wiih his party, mention of whose Mrs. Martha 12. I2arly presented n IVIrplmnr, Itr.l.lf lie, N.illl, Oltlrr, No (10. T. A. Houinmiv, .low tiler. home. Tim trip this year was far Proper Use of S U Lieutenant Ii. Ingram, of the trip was made in last week's Citukn. good paper on "The Wev Geo. Ames A C. Ii. Mvinl was held Monday superior iu inter to t Imt of lint The party gave an cuteittiiuiuent S. Macluiierv''. anil Fouith Kentucky, has Imsmi ohsitisl night iu the parlor at Ladies Hall. est for mow he.iutifulvear iililv ilisensM'd "The Hiiinn D.mait "scenery and ' county judge iu Hell to lill the About thirty .xoung people spent an intc.esting places were found, while V. t liiiutaiHjua .SMmiiiy. oMiiintuig ment." Several Male an.l M.x.sl t,0 culinary department was also .....i .i.,.,. !,,,, ,, n, 111 nimrniinn t ipiartettes were icndertd, with great, by the death of Judgui mijoyublt t veiling. , . I if I lie tiarlv nil J. W . v. hauov utteiHlisI tin. meet- - inoro sat'slactoiy. j J F. Neal. iuc, ov tuiicrem oi uo.muiu s The ouarlet sang selections from the IIIUI.KIt IN AM.Vl'l;t!lt M'CI'I.IES on reaching ballads ami folk song of the people, of the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. M ing of the due dors of the Hurst mediately .scattertnl AH tho coal niiniiig companion iu Home Insurance Co., at Millersburg, Horea, some going homo the same and interesting explanitory remarks Early Mr. ami Mrs. T. .1. Odiorno, Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. Mtddlesboro district have announced last week, and is iu Lexington this day, while some did not leave until P. Mann, and C. A. 'ietrs about llerea a prciatty. worn made by Mr. Wavmoud. The W. l. Euibroe, J. Monday. week on iustmiiico business. that they will givo tho miucis it it hitler delivered an addiess also on Yan Winkle. We note that Tresis. hat vouvvaat is not it temporary percent on tho 1st of OcThe Wepublicaus of Hewn voting phases of Kentucky life which was O.slioruo was it member of the Com well received. The whole nlTair nuttee ou Resolutions and J. W tober. Twelve bundled nieii nro af- relief from piles, but u euro to stay Precinct mot Saturduy Aug. 12, l)o itt's W itch Huzel Salvo suant to tho call of County Chairiiuin created a treat interest at tho As Chauey of the Committee on Nomi fected by t lit ruiho, cures piles, and they stay cured. Wallace. J. L. Gay was elected sembly nnd fully S.(XH) people listened nations, C. II. I'ulmer is the Glade ieo resitieni Severnl Mormons elders havo been S. 12. Welsh. Jr. ehairniau anil W.J. Ta llin. s..cn,li.rv. to the Droirram with irreat lileasuw. (ii.il iAlllOM IS lorliexi jwr, uev. . " llll OjfliM Hour, V fo 13 A, till. .." 1 preaching nt I'inevillo for ho vend Deputy L. S. .Marsha Caste of n..ho following were elected as delegii- - I'ross notices wow many and favor- . Louisville, Deput y Collector llan ten to attentl the convention to be nhle. A side trip to Niagara Falls U,",U"S..? .nnll..t..ki, over the I to 1: M N Hi jnal Hank IJudding days and mo meeting with muoh lhH West of Lancaster, C. L. Hiiiiiou, hold ill Wchmonil, Aug. P.I. Lichmoud, Kr was hImi wijojwl l.y our party. They have boon refused nil and Alfrtsl Lucas eenerous hosiiiliditv of the lUKinle of PotablUM. AlU'lUHtH. raided a moonshine s. i: wi. ii HiuUI What is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure! Speedwell ami tho siirrouudiug couu- public building, nut! huvo bcuu 'still iu Jackson cniinlv VV. T tiHruwiij Cluw. 111)11..' It iH tho newly discoveretl rented r, tho try- Tin basket dinner was simply DESIGNS A.C Mlllw fort cd to preueh In the alleys nml on, night, unit cut it up. J.m llunWue Jh. t most etfectlvo iirep'iratiou ever tlovis- - cnormoii", and tho lloral iloconitious vv. ANOCOPYRIGHIS Weporls from ii the strvot oornors, r. II. Ilullewt)' J. A. iSolm.tr, of Sedaliu, Mo., saved tsl for aiding the digestion ami assim- of the church showed taste. Alto UUIAINLU J I.. tMJ . lutlll TiUHItt vv. j Tuiuw other porlioiiH of this section show fro n (loath hr cioup by using One ilation of food.aud restoring the do 'ether this was one of the most sue ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY ii. tUMUW C4m4. U.i.inin NoUcc Iu "lnrouti Mir "m. . Miuutu Cough Cuhi. It euros coughs, cossful conventions ever held in the Hook "How to obUlo 1'tUoU" A" that they havo Ihmui whipped, cluhbml ranged digestive organs to a It is a discovery surpass. couuty. Mr. W. L. Arnold, of Wich CKarqtt moJnut., No fee till pttent l Mcural. anil kiokisl and inado to leave the colds, pneumonia, In grippe, and all w'l'.VVTni I,, tt lsi!H throat and lung troubles. Ing anything yet known to the tiled' nioud, was elected piesiileut for tin letter. itrlctlT conHJcnU.I. Addrcu, Tw PwwiiulMHwe uiiluttmrtt.l comiuuuity, E. 0. SIGGERS. Ptfinl vV.a.Tuiiv,str-rS. E. Woloh, Jr. icu I profession. S. E. Welch, Jr. ensuing year. Lif. WnMnglon, D.C. The Citizen PERSONALS. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR vi-- ' 11 - iipi-rnio- ir J, ., . tZt aitp-oriwr- t. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Quality, and Price Guaranteed. Trouble to Show Goods -- .. i.r The Berea Monumental Co. - x - ..-- in ltl "' 1 ... 1 . i e Anything the umental line 1 1 11 Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. j . sick-head- ". "l JOHN Berea, j l.b.. . .toM-nh'- s Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. . s nt v. Hig-Uuit- ueuis 1 t . j .... - s '.. 1 , ..... - . ' 1 ' '' k!, , j J '''"V" h'll GO TO 11 i 1 l. I. .,...,,., . L . ..,. .. LIVERY. Incur-orate- C, tJ!L ' r ' ol Berea, Kentucky. STREET ' e ".... c- ui-.- IJiM-rsa- Ken-tuck- .'rr, j "'po - BURTON, The Photographer, j per-cure- J. 1 C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, , J. - Wi-.- PATENTS natura-conditlou- FREE - r THE CITIZEN. T. Q. PASCO, Kdllor and Manager. "Here , .Toe," as. y s Howe. "Von go ami help Cadottc catch nml saddle up old THE RIVER OF SALVATION. Ana-ni- KF.NTUCKY. drote him round to the bnck of the Specially Adapted from Pelouhet't Notes. I mots tent, roped him, threw lilm, blind etr Kill, let OOLUUS folded him nnd saddled him nnd then him lake the water of Ufa freely. Itev WHEN I HAVE TIME. brought him round for the tenderfoot. 12:11 "N'hnt n funnylooklng saddle!" says FHO.M OTIIKIt PCniPTUItEB. When 1 have time I'll pause and turn aside; I.IOIIT The Temple Hymbol.-lte- v. I'll take the narrow way; rorsaKc tnclflf he. "Dear me, I don't think I enn ride tl; I Cor, 1:1, I'll nhun the thoroughfares whero traftlc on that thing; pap's saddle wasn't like l? s:is; ! cor. 6:16; i;r.h, J::i; i The. M; grind Ilev. 1:11 The Ittver of Life. Zech. 11:1; that, nnd besides, I generally rode bare 14:8. ; John I. l J: Tt : Ilev. X2:l. 1: Forever and anon. Where lucre's sheen the soul of mankind back when I wns to home. Won't some aen. 2:10; P.m. 1:1. TI.Mi;. This nrnpheev was written In It blinds. of you gentlemen plensc take It off?' Hut drives and shoves him on: year of bo wc took the saddle off. Then says C, 571 (Kick. 40:1), the twenty-fiftneighbor's And Rubles his lingers to his r.icsier cnpuviiy. kit. and fourteenth an. nurse. er me destruction of Jerusalem In tM. It And sinks him to perdition's depths or "I nln't used to that kind of bridle; nas about the middle, of the seventr vuri' worse; paplind n bridle, but It wasn't Hint kind cnpiivny. v I'll Quit these scenes, some day I'LACI;. It was written In tlnhvlonls. at of fancy truck. I generally utcd Just When I have time. me riienncnar, near lubylon. a rope round Molly's neck, or a halter. i:. I' I.A N ATO ft Y, When I have time, at home I'll spend It PIcae tnkc the bridle olT." The Source of the Klter of I.lfc. mere: So we took nlT the bridle; but It win V I'll kiss the face that precis me at the door; I. ? V I "A ri..r,.nr.l," IH...M.. ', n tough job. for old (l, n. Weyler was And by my tired wife I'll take my place. ,,,, ,,,, , , nnRr ' Her burdens i ill share. ttrt t,lng round in line style, kicking up n ,mm I'll smooth her way; I'll banish from her and striking out nnd snorting to bent under the threshold of the face the band. The Missouri hayseed's eyes ttnrd:" "The natural fnct on bouse east The shnd'wy clouds of care. which tlii the oppressed I'll hie me to the began to bulge out same, ami says he Is this, thai there was conception I'll aid; I'll rnmfort the distressed. "That seems n preiiy ornery kind of n fountnin rests These things I'll do, arid more connected with the temple I guess I may hate a little horse. When I have time. inn, tne waters of which fell into the t rouble In getting on hlin. I ain't nfraid valley cast of the city, When I have time I'll make my peace with nf him once I get on him, but getting way towards the sen." nnd made their (led; Prof. Davidson. paths that other saints have on seems to be the trouble with inc. I'll tread the side of Hie nltnr:" Tint trod; "Yes," says Howe, "that does seem "At the south stream flowed not only from the trni I'll take my duty Hlble from Its shelf to be the trouble. Hut some of the bov pie, but And read It through, and through; npparcntly from the Holy of leg-uhere will gltc you n If you like, I'll learn to love my neighbor as myself Holies, and dotted close bt the nltur of (A precept learned by few). Oh, no, says he. "My pap usctet sacrifice. The truth represented Is And then, some day. I'll lay me don-to say that if I couldn't get on my horse that the presence of God Is the rest. walking wns good enough for mc. 1 from which the Influences flow source me Well satisfied thst I have done my forth guess I can hntc a try at him if one of that renew nnd day, not now. not yet; purify human exist When have time. you gentlemen will please lend mc ence" (Prof. Skinner). Lawrence l'orcher llext. In Leslie's pair of spurs. , weekly. II. It Hrondens as It Flows, Vs. tin, nut lie wns most polite and n nocent! So I gives him n pair of spun t. 3. "A thousand cubits:" Then: Is no JUUlA4.XXJL4.XAXJ.AXAAXJM--ami lie puts them on nnd slides up tc speclnl significance to this exact dls .5. "Waters to swim lii.n ritcr old Ucii. Weyler, while the boys ttn lance. Nevada Kid's Lillle Joke getting ready to fall down nnd dii that could not be passed oter:" broad flot a Job rtlth the "Diamond F Joe Kirkwood and Cndotti and deep. "The word rendered ritcr is Outfit on Ills Merits. was holding onto the rope nnd tin the usual one. for 'brook or wndy, tiz I bronc was dancing round them wltt n stream witli Its vn ley or gorge." The his enrs laid back and a considcrabli plcturu of n broadening stream symbol whcn.nl ized that while the rrncwnl of the king' T ID I eter tell you 'Imtit that tender- - amount of white in his eyes,tenderfoot dom of Israel, on t he return from exile, of n sudden that crazy foot that joined the "Diamond him, grabs him bfthe mnni would hntc a small nnd Insignificant outfit hist liet'f roundup? Well, say be rushes nt nnd scrambles on to his back, snatclici beginning, both In numbers nnd in was n holy terror! prosperity, the spirit t lint would make It come about thiswny: Our wagon the hrtckatnorc rope from t!ic boys niu it a great kingdom would increase on turns him loose! was nt Cherry Coulee; wc wns just after Well, That circus! There mil on to the end, the outward bless having dinner, nnd the boss, old Kowc, was clouds of dust, was asnortings, nni' Ings would become more abundant, the and was going round like n bear witli a sore yclllngs, old Gen. Wcyler bucking end true life of the nation would deepen ax head, bullyragging nt ctcrybofly and well ns broaden. 1 his picture lias been everything. This was because two of realized In history, n'0e-- t O" had got hutty nnd pulled our III. The Trees uon Its Hanks. Vs. out that morning; consequently some G, 7. V. C. "Son of man, hast thou seen of the boys wns beginning to kick most tills?" Do ton understand whnt ton outrageous at the thought of having to luite seen so turv I hen let us go do extra night herd work. fnrthcr. V. 7. "At the hank of the ritcr Cherry Coulee ain't far from town, were tery many trees on the one side and we used often to hae people conic and on the oilier." Compare 1,'cv. ?2: 1, out to look nt our outfit when wc was "There was alnnts a t ision of better tamped near town;, so when ue seen things MMblc, nnd In I he last thiysthv a dtidish-lookinfellow with a "Christy-stprophctschcrishrd tbcc.vpcctntion that lint and a stand-uiff" collar come t lint tision would berenli7cd. When all towards the wugons wc just causes of offense arc reunited from Is supposed he was another of them cast-crnol and Jcliotnh smiles on His people, who wns nosing around, tourists the land will blossom Into supernatural nnd we didn't pay any attention to him. fertility, the plottman otertaklng the Hut he wiilks up to the cook, who was reaper, the trendcr of grapes him that monkeying round the lire, and says he: sowcth seed, the mouiitnlns dropping ".Mister, which of you might be the new wine and the hills melting (Amos boss here?" 0:13). Prof. Skinner. Compare Psa The cook just pointed at Howe, and THERtt WA DUST. SNOnTINO ANE 1:3, YELLING. the dude walks up to him and says IV. It Causes the Desert to Illossnm quite pleasantly: ns the Hose. Vs. V. 8. "And go "NO, I THANK TOI MI88 IIRIOHAM." days, sideways and "X heard In town this morning that The Am bah, ttliiie that rreenhorn from .Missouri down Into the desert: jot: wanted a man, so I thought I would just dug th spurs into htm nnd banged the valley of the Jordan and the Dead not stand that, and so I gave It up.' told him I hopsd he could show self com! out nnd get the job." him oter tne head with that 'Christy sea extending south to the lied sea, " Howe looked nt his"Christy-stifT"ha- t, Tiic country between Jerusalem and tontrol son ' bat. "Self what?" his stuck-ucollar, his silk tie, his Xow. therf was a little schoolhousc the Dead sen is the most desolate and "Self control." boiled shirt, and his pretty clothes, and close by, arA tt lint does that blanked Inhospitable tract In the whole conn "I should hoiie so. Von had him there, then he says, quite slowly: fool do but iVle kersmash through the try. "Go Into the sen:" The Dead "And what kind of a job might you door and into the room, and the fust sea, the waters of which are so im the lunatic." "Then he said: 'I hoiie I hate self be looking for? ' tiling tve kmtved there was the kidf pregnated with various salts that no control in many things, but not be' "Why, punching cows, of course," raid just out of the winders and fish or animal can live In them. "The fore this power glass. the stranger. the schooling am yelling blue murder; wntcrs shall lie healed:" Hestorcd Ir. one glnss I feel in the must If Ia lake that I take sec "Yes?" said Howe. "And whnt do She wns a mfchty pretty girl and some their proper condition, made healthful, you know about and of us run there in a considerable hurry, V. 9. "Hverything that lltetli:" All ond, and I would lie likely to want a So I won't take any. " where might you hae punched cows?" but before could get there out forms of nnimnt life. "Whithersoever third. 'Fiddlesticks!" ejaculated the flfc "Down in Missouri," says he, still comes Mister Man lambasting away the rivers shall come, shall live:" The smiling most pleasant. with his "Christy" hat, while old Gen. river of life shall bring life In nbun ther. "He has no courage, no spunk. He He'll neter Xow, perhapi you don't know it, but Wcyler looked kind of silly, with n kid's da n co whereter it flows. V. 10. "The must take some risk. iu Mis slate hitched on to his off hind foot fishers shall stand upon it from I'n amount to anything." there nin t no He nnd his daughter rose from the souri, In fact that same place Is pretty and his mouth full of copybooks and gcdl:" "Fountain of the kid." situ much of a hayseed state, and a regular little truck. Hut though he put in lilt nted nbout the middle of the west shore table and left the hall. This was after dinner. Two or three nesting place for greenhorns and ten very best licks he could not pile that of the Dead sea, "Kten unto Kit- derfect; so when the dude said he greenhorn. I guess that "Christy cglnlm:" "Fountain of the twocnlves," hours after It was understood among came from Missouri Howe kiud of still" hat kind of paralyzed him. not identified, but probably near the the guests that Alice Hrighnm had the yacht Sybil, and looked at him and said: lou see, cow horses ain t used tc mouth of the Jordan. The meaning is gone off In one day, two daya ormlLlit bo absent eten "And what outnt might you have such trimmings. Hint there shall !c fishing nil around worked for down there?" Anyhow, after the tenderfoot had the lake, because the fish arc so abun three. She was the guest of her I'nele Peter. "Well, I worked for my pap," says he. charged round for awhile and fair ills dant, "as the fish of the great sen,' I don't like the look of the sky,' "Pap had nigli on to 20 cows and I had couraged old Weyler, he rode right ur the Mediterranean. V. 11. "Ilutthenilry muttered the landlord, as he watched drive them down to the pond to tin on the sidewalk, Into the saloon and ui places: to Ihc marshes around the sea tcr; pap used to ride the old bay and to the bar. Then, says he, throwing one shnll not be sweetened, but left as beds the yacht receding from the shore. Peter llrighnin said he would come I used to ride Molly; sometimes I'd ride leg over the horse and sitting sideways, for digging salt. Probably the excep if everything Jim, the mule. Oil, had quite a lot with his battered hat perched on one tion, which rescrtcs for sterility places back early of riding, 1 can tell you. Mutv said 1 o. Wcyler cars: to which the llting water dors not were not right." I lie next day arrived, brliieinc the Well, boys, I guess the drinks are reach, indicates that the life and health could ride well." "That so?" said Howe. "Well, I guess on Howe this time? Did you fellow arc solely due to the stream tthlcl lunch hour at noon nnd bringing niso get this old mutton-headeplug proceeds from beneath the throne of t roughening sen and an ugly wind. I hat en t got no job for you. ? God. (Compare Isn. i7 :!.'(), 21,) Hlble Suddenly Iu the midst nf the lunch "What!" said the dude, looking caycuse from a Lome to find out he tvnsn t no green Com. V. 12. This terse cnlari'cs on the scmelMHly.tlresscd roughly like a fisher mighty surprised. "Perhaps you think I can t rule good enough?" horn at all, but the "Nevada Kid," and mnrtelous fertility nnd Helmet of the man In stormy weather, rushed up to guess you know what kind of u redeemed desert, which "shall rejoice the door of the dining hall and asked: "And that's no He," said Howe, who Whars the landlord? Vessel's was getting a bit tired of him. "bronco buster" he Is, N. V. Sun. and blossom as the rose. It shall lilos som nbunilnntly, and rejoice even with ashore!" The table tviot deserted l at "Oh, but hold oil" says Mr. "Christy once, nnd out of the hull thronr-uJoy nml singing: the glory of Lebanon still." "ion hntcu't seen mc ride. (Jive Knnrees of Wrll-- noirn Proverbs. Kecking hats. diners and ttniters. Nine persons out of ten attribute tiic linll be. giten unto it, the excellency nie u show; I'm pretty hard up nnd J expression: "Man pro of funnel iiiid Shnron; tficy shnll sec clonks, shawls, they sonu hurried down want n job. ' the hotel steps and soiiL'lit the stretch "Look here," mid Howe, "you wnnt poses, but God disposes," to the JHble, the glory of the Ixird, nnd the excel hut It was the good Thomas a Kempli lency of our God" (Isn. 35:1, 2). This lug sands. Did anyone notice that a a, show, nnd I'll give you one. 'ou ride young fellow left the company and that bronc oter there, nnd who said it In ills "Imitation of ( hrlst. vision of the transformed desert and ran towun! a lifelxiat station? There Anotheroftcn-uscdcxprcssioni"Com- - Dead sea pictured the change which If he doesn't chuck you I'll take you on, was no nt that time and what's more, I'll give ymi top iiiirisoni arc odious." Tills is prop God would work for the land then des- employed by the gotcriw eminent, hut the erly, sit fur as Hnglish literature is olated as the wilderness of Jiidcn, and wages. to John For for the circumstances nml hopes of the liout belonged to a humane society, was Now, this Mine bronc was. n tegular concerned, attributed sheltrred iu n hoathousa near the Minds outlaw- - nnd and there tescue, who flourished In the middle of Jews, whose only symbol was the des and in case nf rescue wo,k was manned wasn't it puncher In the outfit who thu fifteenth century, but we ilnd it in ert, llio desert should become n lux- by n tolunteer company organised out could smy witli him, though wc had Lcrtautei, Marlowe, Hurton und Her uriant garden. The land, barren of life of materials like the fishermen living In some bronco-twister- s who were no bert, while J ley wood lias It niiiong his is the Dead sea, should be filled with the neighborhood slouches either; he wns a ticlous, bit- protcrba. bhakespearu In his "Much the liilng. If they would only believe 1Mb bund had now gathered, and to ing, striking, whistling, snorting ter- Ado About Nothing" paraphrased It God and become Ills obedient children, Its captain the young man from the Into "Comparisons arc odorous," and in this Ideal should become tha real to ror, nnd as for bucking, why, he'd soon-c- r hotel applied for a chance to help. "I buck than eirt. We called him (icn. this form the buying has almost as I hem. can row, cap n, mid one of your men Wcyler. It did seem rather low down much currency as in the original. I'ltACTICAU says you need another hand." ' run the strunger up against such u Spare the rod and spoil the child" is The desert Is the emblem of the un All right!" snid the cap n, looking , clone, but he was so precious green generally thought to be a text from at him closely, "though you don't look the Hlble. And iu substance It Is, for godly heart, barren of the fruits of the tery heavy." he Just jumped at thechance. "AH right," says he; "will you gltc King Solomon said: "He that spnreth Spirit, sate where some spring of liv 'I can row, cap n. ' the rod liateth his son," but it is found ing water, like the fountain of Hie hip top wugvh If I ride that horse?" 'Jump Iu!" In Hutlcr's "Hiullbriik" In the nenlcr gedl, makts tome portions fruitful. "Surely," says Howe, chuckling to The boat was soon rising and falling form In which it Is usually quoted, liimsejf. The change produced by this river Is nn the uneasy tea, and no oar was "Anil perhaps you wouldn't mind John Gilmer Speed, Iu Woman's Home an emblem of the work of the church. putted more promptly than that of the buying me an outfit, as I'm broke?" Companion. Its business Is to flow through the new boatman. said the dude. ("here the Is, boys, there she Is!" worst regions nnd go among the most I'asle. "I'll do that," says Howe. "I guess Why do you call this diamond hopeless of men and transform tnem cried the cap'n. "Caught on Squall HIT! iticklng pluster Is pretty cheap," Ledge! Pull harder on your starboard pin of mine a shamrock? by the Gospel, and people the Dead h to us boy who wai, standing oars!" Again he cried: "Kasy, easy Doges Hecause it Is art imitation witli iitlug children of Hod, "a great 'here I I tee a man. a vaL ay, null. toue,-- N. V. Journal, : Ti:.T,-Whosold-!7-h 1 iii:ui:a, On. Wrylcr and bring him round International lands? Action! Leaann l here." SO, Ifttm Test, Kteklel, tor Some of the boya caught him up and Memory terse, 13. 4711-t'J pull alll Haider! her all ibe'i tvuth, boysl Thar! Hun hun hun now! This spurt took the boat to the wreck. clr "Honor is Furtfiaseif Fcc butvf4t Hood's SrsrrilU wtsAy, its mtrit. dots, ttlls tht stoy thit ,,,,,,. ,. p I best-So- 1 I II sir-re- top-bau- g p oars!" The young wonntn was first to lie re celled. Willing hands lowered her and willing hands were held out to lake her Into the iHint. "Got her all right ?" nskrd the cnp's "Ajp, aye!" rescinded the young fel PID HE HAVE ANY SPUNK? low newly shipped that day. "Now for the rest of ye!" cried the Ynaaar 1n Whn Wm Afraht nf Wine cap'n to those on the wreck. One by Hal Xnl Afraid In Imperil one the crew of lit vessel scramble Ills Life for (llhrrs. down quickly. The reputed "owner' was there, too. and n heavy man. He "He won't tnkc It, fnther.H "Xot take the wine I offered him, or seemed to have n iHisltitc determination Hint you offered for me, Fanny"' to tumble oterlxinrd. but the firm grip "No, father, ho would not take It. 1 of the new hand pretented It The life Ismt wns loaded nt Inst, am! don't like his manners." "Hls-ttha- t?" slowly,, carefully, made its way lo laud There wns a big throng of shore folk "Why, he has not hnd much of bringing up by people jK.llte, re und summer Imardrrs waiting to re- fined- -" . relte the luiat. "Whv. mv denr dauglitrr Alice!" ex Not refined?" This young waiter, n college lad of claimed rather llrlghani,ns the rescued earning nt n seashore hotel a littl .tilling woman stepped out upon the money In summer to help pay his bills snnds. " I his Is like a rMiirn, n retcue at college In tt Inter, not re lined. I lie from the grate." "And I'nele Peter, father!" said features, almost classic In their eien nrss nnd expression, indicated n coarse Alice, as the heavy owner of the yacht waddlril out nin the sands. descent, did they? "Yes, brother!" said Peter. "I fr Inhit Ingrnham, the .tonne student ""Iter, hnd increased the dlsplcniure like one just returned from the grate nf """'"'' Hrlgham becnuae he would as you say, I ran assure you And if for this plucky young not drink Ihc wine sent to him throng!: it lind not chap I guess I il gone mid stayed there, the hands of his daughter Mabel. "Prim little Puritan and eottsnl sure. As he spoke he laid his hand on the fool I hate those smnll tciiiiH-nifanatic. What did lie say when you hand Intclv shipped- - John Ingrnham Kcv. IM. A. Hand, In National Adu handed him the glass I gave you ente. 'No, I thank you, Miss Hrighnm 'Are you sick?' I said. 'Oil. not by any means,' he told me. 'Well,' I said to WHAT IS RUINING FRANCE. him, 'are you not n little nut of tour Imril Hint II la ol Wine llnl Alco mind to refuse this? It will not hurt holic l.liiur llnl Ihr Wine you.' His reply was: M think I am Has latnl Ihr Wr. my mind, in possession of It fully in 1 do refuse tli best tKitvers liecnur In a letter to the Chrltinn lleglster wine.' That was all he said.' from Paris. Hon. Samurl .1. Harrow Said enough, I should say. Now gltrs a highly Interesting resume of the that is feenat frcnnticisin." proceedings nf the International I cm Oil, he did sny one thing more. He perauee emigres recently held in that said: 'I once hnd an experience, nnd city. Itefcrring lo the statement of 1 found that wine had a iHiweroterme, French writer that it is not wine, but It fascinated me. 11 knew 1 could alcoholic liquors that I ruining Frnnrr, Mr. Harrow says: "Hut the writer docs not meet fairly the farts of the present situation. If the fathers drink wine. Hie sons are drinking something worse. The transition from drink containing n small ereeiitngi' of alco ho to I luxe containing it iu larger nnd more dangerous quantities is easily made; and the multiplication nf liquors of nil sorts Iu France, badly ndultemtrd and highly charged with alcohol, lui lieeu going on nt a rapid and il.inyeroioi rate. M. I hoiuiis tirlinm, iu nn nrtlel in t lie Petit Journal. ihiIiiIh out that though Immoderate drinking in France does not date from yesterday and is an old linbit, the kind of drunkeniirsn ob 8lillMi-- l 1 Dttdt, not "words, count in brttttiof as vttt as in tvi'.t It it notnvkAt of It h Deeds We Do." Nood. It is tht btstmtdiciicmontvcAn buy. Bt sure to get only xf LeCAust fiASivon mAnyrtmAtAbtectorits ovtr the Arch tnrmy of mAnind impure 3fcod6 SaUakwuttq POINT IN THE CASE. Jake llliln'l til nil How s (treiler tly Hie I hnvac Aanlnst lllin, lie Wanted lo Knunr Some IblnsT, l, Ik-c- trouble overshadows a tllutrlrd in one uf ths tne nlher day. The seemed ininur ciiurts tin tint Uf. slmiHt. Imnett (hi nun, ttrestly mure lulling til nd excited under tueh riiciim-taneperiniMibl tlisn is '(he court dittliictly mhI that th rhsntril with iliMurhinif tht hilt nun nuilty and tiled hint whether he or not mull) . "Dot tn net ins, thuJite, esine the "Der prrtv ry he hirnl me ter ilrits Jut tsion. Tuny Veltern, lie y: 'Shske. unwn,' und slid you toin it vo den he ny thy I iloim't tail a dlrelfe set Ic-- di"id h(t ber lt r and tint I'ony'i trvnttot n.Kitlen brick." hmle, "Dot tot not der vant der lind unit l, how da I tant union labor guettwat" Detroit Free A it Si I vait. e "Pun!) itttiik drr !" he y: 'Shsle, vmi ran set luiir uwiirya und Hue upjaur dram. We im a unwn neer).' I tsjr I tniiM er i'on und ak him tut drr f a job. me nut he nut him Yhrii I hnd Tnt he mv did I luf tima und I told dim he ton trlimirdrr und eii I in und he iIhIh'I know imt'inc, " "Hat the) M) tnu anriitd with a club lw jdie irnn wtt a ot I nn der Frtti. ".li'hn Mnith and Ida luty in the Ixindtof holi taurr kraut which old hi the qyait or Iwriel. .Mr. will I .simth it an i .li fined nvdli.h at ten rentt; while the hrl ha line pigi' feet to disn Lyre. play ." town: A Mitiir Announcement. Kana printer in mikmit up the burnt hum S"t a marriage and a grocer' iiutxr tinted up to the) irsd at fob one day in J uuilid trr On AtiKU'l In the lilt; Four mule will ri.n their nnniinl rieiirXnn lo NUrsrn Falls. tl The rnte will - only t" ("I from either or ltidliiiHdl with ciirrrapmidlnir-- y - from other point. I'nniitvU low rnlrliiR line will rell eteiirioii ticket via tli Kor full infuimntlon rnll HlPiMir nmle on tiHir ha-n- l ngeiit or s.Mrc. U Ills I'our Mst Full lisrimlnn. arrru J Lynch, II P A "ltirliintl. route, O. Why They A cnrreinilent that thoe whn din with the pieen are H.inllv painMlb nrrteua. Prrhapa thei ate .Mured nilh doubt of the prrict of praiaing the pie, not know, inf whtthrr her majesty or the iwk niidt It. Dttiver hh Ire .ertoni. lt. y s; p te served is not t he same as forniei ly, when wine consumed In the eltie was simply and naturally diluted with water. Drunkenness was thru gnv, ex uberant and inoftensite. Now It I brutal and aggrrssite. One sad mother, speaking to Dr. Motet, who hns made a profound study of alcoholism, said 'When my husband liecame drunk, he was simply wearisome, never danger' ous. lieu my sou drinks, lie becomes crazy, and I am afraid of him.' And this dllTeiruce M. Grimm attributes not to the consumption of wine or even of pure alcohol, but to the absorption of alcohol charged with toxic substancrt Legislators and others Iu France hate gltrn much attention to tills subject of adulteration, but without success. The majority of the members of the con gress being French, much attention wns gltrn to what can lie done to moderate and reduce the evils of Intoxication In Frnnce. The press almost unanimously agrees Hint prohibition could not ikis sllily succeed here. Legislators are seeking rather to reduce the iiuiiiber of saloons through some scheme of high license. In llclglum the number nf sa loons has been greatly reduced by Ibis means, n. .i'ntc, the eminent profes sor oi nuance In Hie Ijiw Faculty of raris, proiioies lo establish a mononoir of alcohol by Ihc state; anil It is proposed to monopolize not only the sate of alcohol, but also Its manufacture Hut this would mean the dritlng out of this Industry of n tnst amount of enin mere is no reason tnsupKse niu; amis.s Wi!bin "I tindertand vou inayrd JaiLoon "Yet; your family last week." our tenant girl didn't like the kx'stiun nt were in." t'olumbui Journal. Never dn any wrong thing you ran put ofl till lotnortuw -- U A W bulletin. Ibirse !ke to be well itallnl. but not ia a muddy highway L A W. bulletin. A man. qiurrr iomr man it Atrhiruii li.ulie. always a pttty Iyer's ' What docs If do? It causes the oil elands In the skin to become more active, maklnc the liair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandrufTandihus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation in thescalp and stops ihc hair from coming out. ... l'e would reduce the eonioiiinilion. thouuh it might reduce some of lis pernicious iiiai tne manufacture liv the state riiecis. d GLEANINGS Don't try to ounrantiue lln ntnn but help to kill It.- - I.'nm's Horn. Habit Is at first like a Ihl by mid by It Ucomcs like a cable Na iiouai .iiitncnic. Hrother. is it I lie Lord nr ho iln II that iloihiVt mint ymi lo litlp ilcMroy 1 sheep-herder- eyres Baiftess It Pr cvcbis mi 11 K well-know- n bald-face- d g man-kille- r, .So mo ("lirUlIaiiK nri like rl.ii.i rem fits a rocking horse, plenty of motion but no progress.- - .Minimal Advocate. A scientist, after some uiiestiounldi. experiments, Insists that iilcnhol It food. When n man rets in nidm. i.... much of it, howctrr, his family can certify that alcohol Is an absence of food. nt. ioiils l. -- - whls-pere- d l4tL.. iu multitude," uimptlon of malt liquors per capita In nun country miring ib'js was J3.U4 gab Ions, distilled spirits, 1,1 gallon, and wines. .2,1 c ill Ion. The estimate nrp nn a population of 74,3S'J,oOO. Dr. Huckc. of the London frnnmtnt Insane asylum, says: "As w i,aT9 given up me use ot alcohol we liar needed and used less opium and chloral; and at we hnve discnntlmioil lh of these drugt, we lave netded and UMd ism sccimion ana restraint." Canon Oulrk has oncnnl nenr Hath, the, "White Hart Temper, mice Institute ami Itest quired by the Ttterton Iidi-i- - nf n,wi Templars for temperance purposes. The premises were formerly u licensed Jim. According to tha figures fi by the treasury dennrtment. h enn. Aycr's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It docs not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but In a short time the Rray color of age gradually dlspp-pcaand the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. rs AUdreaa, DH. J. AVER, (aiwsII, Mtta. a CARTERSINK 111:141 in tlmtv witf&nr ituhHtruiv ' MiwMl Hol'l hv druan-lnta- . THE HURRICANE. I'onrr, I'. It., Almost DrMroyfd, Nar ly All Frnnio lloiisr Down. THOUSANDS ARE DESTITUTE. War Department Apr'aU In lha I'eopte to anil Nupp'Us to Ilia Sufferers nf l'orto lllco. Morm-Slrlrkan ONE OF OUR IIEK0ES. TttKKK IS A LIMIT. The Fonrlh (irn'lrmnn Severely Btrnlned tlic llnnnits of llumnn Crrilulll)-- . a Instnnea nf the Splendid Cnnrasja and Lornlfr nf Unci anm'a "olillrrs. The brightest page In the history of ny war Is, perhaps, (hot which rccorda the thoiightfuliicit. of the otllcera nnd tho faithfulness of their men qual- Iflea which, whrn conjoined, mnl;e n regiment nn nlmost Irresistible1 force. n "The Slory of tlic JSotigli Hitlers," Mwnrd Marshall tells how, when Capt. McC'llnlock wns wounded, one of his trooper ramc nnd Iny down beside him "You'd better (jet out of this,' Raid MeClIntock. "Il' too hot." "Don't worry, cnptnln," the man re plied. "I'm between yon nnd the fir- Iiir line." McCllntoek.touchrdns be wns by this exhibition of the man's devotion, still He urged wanted him to get away. ilm to lenve. The man refused, l lunny McCllntock said: I'm your cnptnln, nnd I order you to go. You are doing no K"d lo nny-on- o but me. This Is no place for a well mnn. I order you." Then the mnn had to tell. "I ain't nn well mnn," he slowly ad Ilm(lnlhl'rl Was triors 1'iuprrlf Largs Kstlnistrilat aiSO.ooo Awful llrslrnellna of I'. an Ilia nmbr nf litem t'nalt l.lr, Wakiiisotox, Atip;. 13.The weather Imrrnii Issues tlio foltonrlnjr hurricane bulletin: "llurrlcano renters npparcnt ly Approaching Nassau, Italiamn. Storm v Incrrnsc In Intensity upon reselling the (!ulf stream, and will probably roncli tlic Soutli Atlantic coast tovrnt vl tlic Pulled State Friday night. Sas Ji'a.n hk I'onTu Itifo, Auif. 12. A hurricane broke over the south cimat at I o'clock Tuesday morning rind swept northwest. There was no abatement for nine hours, the greatest dam ntfe being done between H and 10 a. m. The lres were down and communlcn lion with the Interior was Impossible. It Is now chiefly carried on by couriers. It Is now said that 500 persons lost their lives at I'onco during the hurri- Wamiixotox, Aug. 13. Tho war de pnrtment Friday took prompt measures for tho relief of the hurricane sufferers In l'orto lllco. When tho press dispatches and (Jen. Davis' advices made known the extent of tho illaster steps were Immediately taken to send supplies and the transport Mcl'hcrson was ordered put In readiness to sail from New York on Monday next. She will carry rations and other necessaries. Secretary of War Itoot Friday afternoon sent the following appeal to the mayors of njl cities of more than 150,000 population! "Sir The governor general of l'orto lllco confirms the report that upon tho 8th Instant a hurricane swept over that Island, entirely demolishing many of tho towns, destroying many Uvea and reducing, no far nn he can estimate, not less than 100,000 of the Inhabitants to the condition of absolute lestltutlon, without homes or food. Unless Immediate and effective relief la given these unfortunates will perish of famine. "You may not brieve it, gentlemen," remarked one of an aftrrdiniii'imiiuiitiiitJEid in smoking ri,u in front of a totel, "but I hatcuaed a fountain pen constantly for four ' tears, and hate never had the lr,tl trouble ' with it." I "That in indeed remarkable," rejoined another. "Nevertheless I am the father of fix thildren and have never Iud to walk the floor by night with a single one ol them. Ihere nas a silenie, M'titig A minute nr ' so. Then another riioke uji: "I don t doubt in iiic Hum, Film iii-- iui i ran tiring iu stranger still. I have a bright l something boy at my houe, nnd 1 ve little four-- j ear-olnever repeated any of his mnait raying) to my most intimate inenu. Uentlemen," observed a fourth, after a protracted and somewhat painful pau-e- , "I am fond of hearing curia women piarticc their scales on the piano after I have retired to rest. It lull me to sleep." One or two other members of the group made more or less feeble attempts to say something, but falteringlv gave It up. It eemcil to be generally felt that the extreme limit nf human credulity had been reached, Iondon Telegraph. f.adtrs tSia Xenr hn wnqsizQ smaller arter usirg Aiien-- s runs. Hnso, a powder for tho feet. It makes tluht or nmv shoes easy, Cures swollen, hot. wenllntr, arhln? feet. nnlls, corns and bunions. At oil drugvMs nnd shoo stores. 25c Trial pneka re FllKF. Iiv mall. Address Allen H. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. "What are th hnlo. fnrT" a.lo.l till!. Edna, looking at the porous plaster thst her mother wsv nrenarinff tn srlinst on Willie's back. "It's funny you don't know that, sis," interposed Willie. "They're to let the pain out, of course." Tioiton Trav eler, , pi Inn for Thills The lies! nnd Fever Is n bottln of Ouovr.'s TsTri.r.s Ciiii.i. Toxic His simply IronHiidnulnlneln a tasteless form. Noruro -- no pay, PrlcciOu. NO REMEDY EQUALS PCRUNA, SO THE WOMEN ALL SAY. Porons rinster. lrrrrl Appreciated, Wife John, let me tell vou that as surclv as you keen on in your present career, just so surely will you pay for your indulgences. Husband (with air of pride) Thanks, dear, for that tender tribute to my financial probity. uoslon courier. Miss Susan Wymir. To rare n Cld la Oae Day MU Susan Wvmar. teacher in the Rlrh- Tako I.natlTO Dromo Qulnlno Tablets, All mond school, Chicago, III., writes the itllcw-indruggists refund money if It fails to euro. She says: letter regarding unly those w.'O nave suuerect as l nave, The Common Knle. can know what a Messing It is to De ante to Like everybody else the sea waves arrive find relief This has been my at the shore in great style, but they go away experience. 'nA mend In neeu Is a inena inbroke. Philadelphia Record. I ever deed, and every bottle of bought proved a good friend to me." Susan S. Key, wrote: ymar. Hev. (now Ilishnp)-Tose- ph .Mrs. Margaretha Danbcn, 1214 North Su"We gave jour Teethina (Teething to our little grandchild with the hap- perior St.. I laeine City. Wis., writes: "I feel piest results. The - effects were almost so well and good and happy now that pen can is everything to magical and certainh- more satisfactory than not describe it. me. I have taken several bottles ot anything we ever used." for female eomnlaint. I am in the Some girls don't seem to think of much change of life and it does me good." aim but wrarinff good clothes, and we don't na nas no equal in an ui iiic blame them. Washington (la.) Democrat. emergencies peculiar to women caused by pelvic catarrh. . , .,..,... Address IT. itariman, voiumous, u., ioi Itrmember these facts: more for vour each package s free book for women only. money, less trouble to use and colors all liners, rumain r aucicss iycstoiu Remember that cholera morbus, cholera at 10c per patkagc. infantum, summer complaint, bilioui colic, High ideals are perhaps responsible for as diarrhoea and dysentery are each and all muh pessimism as are torpid livers, en the catarrh of the bowels. Citarrh is the only correct name for these affections. whole. Detroit Journal. is an absolute specific for these ailments, Piso's Cure for Consumption relieves the which are so common in summer. Dr. Hart-mamost ohstinate cougns. itcv. ii. in a practice of over forty years, never Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, '91. lost a single ease of cholera infantum, dyscrv t'jry, diarrhoea, or cholera morbus, and hit "How!" Harry "To show her how little only remedy was Those desiring he eared lor It, he siieni ttcry cent, trie further particulars should send for a free Answers. had." copy of "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. Ilartman, Columbus, O. Ilnll's Cntnrrh Cnre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c g Pow-dera Pe-ru- NOT ACQUAINTED WITH THEM. lien Dead I'lflr Yrnrs Klrctrd lo Office by IlenlKlitcd Aldermen In New York. cane Terrible distress prevails there. Arroyo, on the south coast has been destroyed, sixteen lives were lost there ami I lie town Is still submerged in water. At (Suayamo the houses arc still standing. Seven persons were killed there. A number of houses were pillaged, rquails of soldiers were unable tc maintain order and starvation threat- ens the population. At Abonlta very little remains standing except the cathedral and barracks, l'our nat ves perished, and three Unit rd Slates soldiers were badly injured. A the town Is without food, relief lias bceu dispatched thlthrr. lUCayey was leveled to the ground, 200 homes being demolished. Two United States soldiers were Injured there and many cavalry horses killed. AlCitano the entire plant of the Haml.ird Oil Co. was ruined. The losi on the property Is I2oo,oo0. At lliiyatnoa majority of tho houses were destroyed and the rest were flooded. Two hundred cattle were ktllril and the railway was seriously damaged. The village of Carolina was literally ru. it. AtCaguns four persons were killed. message by courier from llumacao, I tl co. a town of (000 Inhabitants reiHirfs Hie complete destruction ol thai place by the storm. Mxtyfoui h nuns lost their lives and the injured unmix r over SOO. The loss to property Is ettimated at Si, 000,000. Yabucao, another l'orto Uicau town, shared a like fate. Twenty persons were killed, Three persons were killed at I.ai 1'lrdras and flto at Junto. Couriers from the other districts arc anxiously expected at the palace. The steamer Slocum. Capt. Thomas, en route from M&yagucx to San Juan, as caught In the storm, but her pas sengers and crew were saved through the heroism of .Mr. Single, tho first ofllcer. Th e cofTce crop Is ruined, and the loss will reach millions. Very creal Injury has been done also to the orange crop. No definite re have yet been received turns from tho southern section of the Island apart from 1'once. It Is certain, how ever, that the food supplies In the stricken districts have been destroyed, and in these quarters the quantity of Kellef government stores Is small. wagons will be sent out Friday In var A l'orto ious directions. A SENSATION. rapt. Drrfasat Ills Trial .iilmlltrtl Heaping a lopr of lha llonlsreaa la Ills Yf alaroat I.' a tig. IIknms, Aug. II. The red and white of the l.ycee was bathed in sunshine at ftMO o'clock Saturday morning when C pt. Dtcyfus crossed the Avetuc de I.a liare and entered tht building for the second public hCNtltin of his trial by court martini. The same stringent jmllce precautions were taken; but banly "0 persons had gath crcil to witness his eroding. The opening of the proceedings wn attended Vy a sensational incident. On Dreyfus being shown, by Col. Jounust, tho document found In the lining of his waistcoat by r. penitcn tlnry ofllcer, ho admitted keeping It ai a souvenir copy of the bordereau. He owned to this calmly and without any trembling of tho voice. '1 hen he lis tened calmly to the reading of Dr. facade mitted. "I'm shot." "Where?" nsked MrClintock. A New York aldermaii indulged in a little "Oh, It's only a scrnlchl" fun at the expense of htsatrocutes the other "Under these conditions the prctl They lay there In silence for a long lay, ami tnrougn nis inuuence mat nonor-abldent deems that an appeal should bo eminent time. The firing began to come from dead body elected tno men, poition of men, made to the humanity of the Ameri the thete SO J ears worked his pain loft. The of deeds. The names of the dead can people. It is an appeal to their the wny aroundsoldier he was ngnln beuntil thus honored are: Noah Webster, patriotism, for the Inhabitants of l'or- ful and Lindley Murray, grammarian. tween McCllntock and the line of fire. to lllco have freely nnd gladly submit- McCllntock was too wenk from loss of Tlic world sj) the trick was worked this way: ted themselves to the guardianship of blood even to fpenk. Then n hospital A slip of paper containing tiioe names, the United States nnd have voluntar- mnn enmc nnd lifted McCllntock lo with llrookl)ii addresses, wa circulated at the meeting of the board. Alderman Okie ily surrendered tho protection of carry film liack. Alderman llndge and (aid: Spain, to which they were formerly Take hint, too," McCllntock mnn- - approached I've done favors for you. Here "Say, Jim, ' are a couple of men who want to be made entitled, confidently relying upon sged to nrtlctilate. Nn use," said the hospital man. eommintioners of deeds. That fellow Lind- inure generous and benellccnt treatlnrrAi- tnld mp lie wai a friend of vours' "lie's dend." ment at our hands. The highest conAlderman Ilridges looked at the slip and replied: siderations of honor nnd good faith A COUNTESS' REVENGE. don't know the, gent, and I am t going I unite with tho promptings of human ' to present ln name." ity to require from the United States lie Called Her Mated lllvnl (n Her Alderman Donley, another member from Itrookl) n. was pcnuidcd to sign tlicapplica-a generous response to the demand of Her Deathbed and Dlafla-nretion, and in less than ten minutes the for' Life. l'orto It can distress. formal vote electing l.imKey Murray and Tills department has directed tho Noah Webster commiioucr of deeds was A tragic slory of feminine revenge patted. American. Immediate distribution of rations to lennn. The count and tlic sufferers by the nrmy In l'orto comes from toFee Strangely Horned. Tf Txive had anv sense of humor it would lllco, no far as It Is within the power countess Nnpmlnno lived happily laugh less at locksmiths nnd more at girl'a It wis on the night ol Hie .jcurics-ruz- gether until the count fell In love with A Hatwal Black by of the executive, but in the absence of tight, and a man reached the little brothers.-Detro- it Journal. the daughter of the local doctor, Con simmont prize ,1 iiHi .inartinrnt house in which he any appropriation we must rely large cetto Del a Jo by name, n charming Buckingham's Dye, almut tun o'Hork. A search of all his LETTER TO Mil. riNZSAIC XO. Qj.a&lf ly upon private contributions. louug girl of 19 years. The count de pockets failed to bring forth his bunch of " Dear Jtiis. i'i.nkham ror some "I beg that you will- call upon tho serted his wife and eloped with Con . keys, lie rang the bell repeatedly for the rrlee SO cents it all druggists or response. He was time I hare thought of writing to you public-spirite-d and humane people of cctta Devajo. The Countess Nnpoilnno janitor, hut ruu'd get no was no it. r. tun a 1:0., Nsshus. n. n. exceedingly tireit, there noiei in tno to let you know of the great benefit I city to take active nnd immcdiato obtained n dhorcc from her husband, notRlilmtliood, and, besides there were fani-ilyour have received reasons why it was inadvisable for him Conccltn. Twoyrnrs measures In tills exigency. Tho gov who then EDUCATIONAL. night nnay from of to send tlic from the use of eminent transimrt Mcl'hcrson will bo later Count Nnixxlotio nnd CoiiiitrKM borne. The Irrst of a the nlitsician's night bell Mrs. Johnson Lydia E. Pink linn an idea. He pushed the button sent directly from the port of New Coiieettn returned to Mntuggnrci. The ham's Vegeta Saved from York to l'orto lllco on Monday, tho former Countess Nnpodano wus now hard for "" srtond or more. In due seable Compound. on her deathlied. She sent a im .,i;;it son the plijsiiun came to the door and Insanity by 14th instant, to carry nil supplies of opened it. Soon nftcr tho to the Countess Concctta that she wont "What is your fee for night calls?" asked Mrs, Pinkham food which can 1 obtained. Further llko to see her birth of my first1 she iliul. 'I he transport will be sent at future dates countess, wishing to humor the wishes the lotkedout individual. astonished reply. child, I com- "Four dollars," was the of which public notice will be given. "All right, here you are. I was locked out menccd to hnvo spells with my spine. of the ihlng woman, went to see her. "Any committee charged with tho The Invnlid nsked her to stoop nnd kiss and couldn't get in. Sorry to trouble you," Kvery month I grew worse nnd at last irul he hegan Ins weary march upstairs raising of funds will receive full infor licr. As llie tresli young lace ol ner ha,pv in the thought of the evils lie ha.J es bcoamo bo bud I found I was gradually losing my mind. mation and advice ujon communicat- rhnl enme near her own the dying capeu. N. Y. Tribune. "Tho doctors tiuafcd me for femalo woman raised herself, and by .in nlmost ing with this department. Tnl-r- n nt Her Wnnl. troubles, but I got no better. Ono tuperhuman effort bit n piece eli nn out Very respectfully, "Mrs 1 J. Ciiilington Oigg" is awfully doctor told me that I would bo insane. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAMIv of Conccttn's check nnd mouth, llirn "KlJIIU ItooT, the neuviapers; she sajs they treatNOTRG DAMB, INDIANA. fell back dend, with n contented smile mad at so shabbily .' I was advised by a fricn-- i to give Lydia Secretary of War.'' ed her Clssslcs, Letters, Economics and History. toncrltn was "Did the)! turh a prominent society E. Pinlchnm's Vegetable Compound a A report haa been received at tho on her features. Art, her and 'SSirtal war department from an officer at San fickle for life, nnd for ahusband, the woman, too." told them they mut not say trial, and before I had taken all of the SUh-.ta- l "Yes: she new love. count, left her first bottle my neighbors noticed tho Architecture. Juan, l'orto Itlco, estimating that tho am tiling alwiut her reception, and they Thorough Preparatory and Commercial change In mc. llulltlin. number of killed amounts to 500. Tho A lllrTrrenrr (Inly In .Nnnir, at special raits. Kcclesiastical "I havo now taken fivo bottles and Courses. pree. Junior orstudents Year, Collegiate Senior Room We call it Ice cream. To the KrfgliVh says a very serious condi same ofllcer .1 tinnil-Lne- k Cross. cannot find words sufficient to pt also It. Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charge. it Is known ns cream ice. Just w'jen or tion of affairs exists at 1'once. A cross recenfly discovered in the grave of I advise every woman who is suffering St. Bdward's halt, for boys under U. where It wns intrntrd Is the question the beautiful Queen Dagmar is supposed to from any female wenkness to ghn It a The 36th Year will open September sjth, 1809, tunny people have tried to solte.' In Hie keep away all evil influences. There is no fair trial. I thank you for your ffood Catalogues Free. Address WINDOW GLASS WORKERS. more evil inlluencc than ill health, and there REV. A. MORRISSEY.CS.C, President. beginning of the century It was almost is nothing which has so great a power to keep medicine." Mrs. Gertrude m. Jiiujj- Ihaf llsva Kntora I Intn a C'omp let Witts unknown In I.nglnnd, though wrll it away than Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. BON, Jo.NESDOBO, TEXAS. NEW HAMPSHIRE known in Nnples and Sicily, where the It is worth a hundred Ilia Inftapamlent Ctiinpinles ami eroes to MILITARY ACADEMY cream wns artfully mnde Into copies of the man or woman alllictcd with dyspepsia Will riEhl the (...iiiMnn. Perkins' IVetter. Bin. Prepares tor Uovernmspt Academies snd rolleaet, Major 11. r HYATT. r penches, npples, apricots and such dain- and indigestion. A private Revenue Stamp "I had femalo trouble of all kinds, A.unSt..comtncreisl WICST LKIIA.NON. N. 11. 1'rlnclpal. should rover the neck of the bottle. made riTTMimnit, Pa., Aug. 13. Word Is ties, much ns we have them had three doctors, but only grew tvor.se. IhMAllON IRtt Write tor particulars. School, Sprlosnrld. Mass. brought from Philadelphia, where tho In molds. I bean taking Lydia E. Plnkham's BliSlMSS Ont. Caller I have here tevcral bills which Vegetable Compound nnd Liver Pills window glass workers have just closed A. N. K.-- B' 1773 The lljr nf (ienlns. nre long overdue and caw-nSanativo Wash, and their convention, that because of their All ntcn of rjenlus nre said to hate Harduppe (desperately) I am sorry to nnd used the tVlIK.V VK1TI0 TO AU'VEKTIREUS) praise your remedies enough." you saw tao Ailvertlaa. pteu.e state that failure to arrange for a conference eyes clear, slow mating nnd bright. say that our cashier is out saesit la this paper. Oh, well, doesn't with the combine manufacturers they This Is the eye which indicates mental ence; I'll callit and pay make much differ- Mrs. Erne Pehkixb, Pearl, La. them at some fuhave entered Into a compact with ability of some kind, It doesn't mattci ture date. Good day, sir." Philadelphia llecord. the Independents The agreement 1j what. that tho workers shall receiva M'orU for All. THE MARKETS. per cent, which ble advanco of Thousands of men are making good wages in the harvest fields of .Minnesota, North have been contending for, they they All;, tl 4 CO and South Dakota. Their i loom for In return to work hand lu hand with LIVESTOCK -- Cattle.coinnion. 3 10 .1 0) more. Half rates via thedreat NorthSelee butchers the Independent manufacturers Mors CALKS-Ku- lr to good light.. 7UI t 7 1 Write Max ern llailnay from St. Paul. 3 si it I ol Pass, C20 South Clark Street, Chicago, III. than 2.1,000 glass workers w 111 be nf llOU Coarse anil heavy .Mi 4 3A 41. Mixist jKtcUers 4 .VI Ot l.iuht shlpnsrs fectcd by tho new arrangement, which 110 ill!) Chuue It is terribly hard for a boy to believe in practically means n tight ngalnst the L Mlli Snrlnit 4S tt ll II tlui veracity of his father when he hears him e lexicog-iriplicI I I I Whiskers Dyed I y hl-Ii- ta-.- I tht J bSHm didn't."-Philadcl- phi.i pood-luc- . y ot ClM'tr-NAT- thou-sani- . I Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchesters combine. UUAIN-Wheat- t I.Ot It Winter P item 3 2J -Na V,il Virginia (III llnom. The Cl.AliKHlil'lio, W. Va., Aug. l. Harrison county oil field is causing nn Influx of oil men. There nre 50 producing wells one flowing 600 barrels '.'0 flowing 100 to 200 barrels, 25 or 3C ranging 30 to 05 barrels Twenty new locations were made this week in totith Peiiii. It Is reported Hint there nre ordered 200 riggings for the Jnrvisvlllc nnd Wolf Summit fields It is rumored that the Standard and Kurekn Pipe Lino Co. will move their shops hers from Maunlngtou. r H Nil. 3 rn rd. . No ii.u--X- I'ork ItlXs I.ird Ill'i'li:i- t- iKiiredilrv Ihnicct erume APPLKS-C.ini- eIn ...icy PltOVl -Mi-'. liveNv A V Pri'iie - J lo i .. .. wlxeil S red u g U 3 10 it iS. ( declare that no one i truly happy nnd unless he has work to do. Atchison S(i ' Globe. 54 1 h. ai. a 111 O li U JU I I i i :o M ruiA.ur, rUltrtt ItlHK I.AKII-mcuIii Now. p r hrl 34 .vi i n i aj I We have often wondered that women do d not hate their kitchen dresses made a as their party dresses. It would certainly be cooler in working over a hot stove. Atchison Globe. It is a miahty good thing that the IftvA the law as He did against does not enf-n- e Ananias- .- Washington (la.) Democrat. The man who can give noicasons for his opinion, is the hardest to change. Washington (!&) Democrat. Vi " Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all other brands for UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. Winter Palenl Wliv.it No Siwl... llltAIN t'lili-ugN 3 Spring CtlltN -- Vn S HAT- - fllll'Al'.O. S S3 Mesa oi ; ViA3 Jiu bs ,s ll 3ltt 3I, '!! m Vt 8 ; i m -- Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist uponjf having them when you buy and you will get the best. j &0J 3 ft l U Si Arresting rroniliirnt llefnrmrra. London, Aug. 12. The Cnpo Town Kiinsom'k rciMirt by MaJ. Carrierc, tho correspondent of tho Dally Mall says prosecutor, which occupied about ten "1 learn from n prominent evrcformet minutes, that tho Trnnsvnul government litis prepnrcd warrants for tho arrest ol I'rll Silt? Keel ()., Aug. 12. - While prominent reformers whenever the Yol'MiNTOwx, reeling a .miction at tho National condition of nlTalrs at Johannesburg Steel Co., Wttllam lllghsmit, bridge provides nil excuse. The presumption builder, of Richmond, fell 00 feet, is that President Krugcr means to se crushing his life out on cement founda cure tho leading Uitlanderi ns hostage NKW YOltlC puieul WIIKAi -,- Si s red t DUN N . 1 iiiucit - Winter CO 3 71 7.', 37ti 3M OA't's uvt: MUril THICK Nun Nil'.-- . I.AKii Westi-ii- i II.M.TIMDIti: PLOflt-Pain- It 3 10 nt; W- - oi 4 hi 3 .VI Sf UKAIN Wheat-NNiiiihern I tn n- llr - u S . ml... . 7 tills- - CAllhi: IIIAIM tJHAIN-Whv- ltv Nu Nu Mlscsl 'J witcrn Nis KhIU- - IS', 4 3.S' ft O r lit 1i't a 71', ', Bears a aa, Western INDIANAPOLIS. N N-- t 7a it. 14 & U U 3 t. w b 11 (Vli, ui n . LOl'ISVILLH ri.Ol'It- - Winter I'Hlent 12. -- Mill l.KAl.N Wieat Na S red KvAMiviUK, Iud., Aug. torn Mixisl M xcil IllJ n la t'lrl living in II t Lynch, a Southern express mencngcr, Lucy Havens come Laporte county, has received a great I'OI.K AI earn -. Intoxicated, wont to sco a clrcua , . S LAUD In. lie got into nn argument with deal of attention lately becnuso of her 1,01110 small colored boys And, climbing refusal of an offer of 825 per week from from his buggy, butted their headi a circus manager to travel with them A colored as tho fat girl. Miss Havens Is but IS nuulnst tho railroad tics. mail named Thomaa l'lncham rcmon years old and weighs 500 pounds She otrated ami Lynch clinched with htm, lives w ith her parents on a farm and grabbing rincham by tho throat assists in all the work, being especially rinoham drew his kntfo and cut Lynch expert In ir.llklng. Shu Is active in acro the arm, severing an artery, mocment and ntilto good looking, from which he bled to death. Lynch Her parents ro wealthy 'ind amply I tion. tho moment trouble arises" Weighs HAOEnsToWN. AOO Oils I'm u 3 lulled. S i red.... ft l7J MM ffZ(hi IM WW M Hsu www mlxnl .'I Uil la ll.alll. oph round i. lud Aug. ti 31 lids ntrrttlon, Itrislstrs the ttowtls aal Hslra Us Uowtl Tsethlns; Vstf. TKITIIIS TrosHrs erthlMrr of dj las and Costs Only Your UruggUt tor ttB Cents. Ask ltlls - (S Til U Ik Si'i 3- 0f U U 0 1l li 4a s$U( The Kind You Have Always Bought f . II. I Vnnltto Ta., I.ahrvllle. Toaa.. sandj 01 Monty Making Outfit DT I. h!i la le tT)U Sltiial slla IU. Ur. fr.SU. -- 'Xr BSsaaaSBBBBBBBS.aBVaa' a.--Jam sa 1 was a young uiu, unmarried, bU to take care of her. , To euro, or monoy rotUndod by your merchant, iso why npt try itV Price 50a, 1The Counties. Copy for thli IVpurtmtnt mud itor on Ruturdur prreKlInx lte of Iwnc. rth the al- Rockcastle County. Dlsputanta. Preachers' Association at Tanyanl Saturday. Three preachers preached at Mt. Stewart Saturday. Miss Niimiio Anglin has returned from her visit on lloundstoue. J a til oh Hammond says ho is the best looking man on Clear Creek. . A prayer meeting lias been organ-ioat tho Hammond school-house- . Abney A: Co. are sotting up a shingle mill on Mason Aiigliu'n place. Xotth Angliu, of Copper Creek, is attending school at the Hammond district. Mr. and Mrs. Gievii Hopkins, of Iloundstone. are visiting fiiouds at this plRce. Abner Evorsolo had a combat with a large rattle snuko several days ago but tho snake escaped. James Hammond and 1). 1. Allen had a lonely ride Sunday night, going to Climax to hear the Mormons preach. d Oliver Wagers made a buiinws trip to Manchester, last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Manning of Tennessee aro visiting relatives here. Teachers seem to be having lively times with the schools in thin local-ity- . A sentative Democracy tho world has ever known. " Mr. Editor, como down about timo and if we don't set be"chid-lings,- " fore you tho finest "hog-join,and "crackling bread you ever tasted I will pay your way back "hog-killing" SPECIAL bEPARTMEITS. THE HOME, Kclllrd THE SCHOOL. III THE FARM. I'lltril lijr H. bf MM. homo. Katk K. I'ncAK, Irattirr Ikrr Collrcr, o i.l the K.lllrd Ij Ml.. Kllli II, Vis IK. Normal I parltutnt, Collfff . IS-.- (', Minis, I'rnfimr Ik-r- nf lliirllrul-Inrr- , "ull- - meeting was held at tho Sunday, with n large school-housattend-mice- e, . Jackson County. Collingsworth lu every wide-nwok- person there Henry Manning, Miss Emma ManWo had a heavy rain hero Sunday ning, and othors, visited Martin's evening. the school, and find out tho teacher ufnctiiring lines beyond what has yet Creek, Saturday and bunday. with Win Jlitrnt eharttvter, nud my son jImhhi realized. Tho pnslucts of its John Powell and Miss Ollio Powell It was oxpocted that Woodson have just returned from a visit to shall study what ho teaches." fields and forests, mines and shops, Swafford and Miss Rnbia Smith George Powell nenr Waco. This father knew the secret of aro to furnish iu the future u 1, in woidd get married. Saturday, but It is the yrtut thing for our and a mote comfortable living than in John Giilliu, one of the members of the wedding was postponed. tho Clay- - county fond, was at this hots and girls to have the compan- tho past for a ured population. What Skidmoro. to get someone to move place ionship yf a manly man, a womanly so fitting as that tho hoys who are liim from Clay, lie says they killed Buck Asher found n very lino boo uuiiinn, and that under the inllueiice growing up to tilt those fields, to uiau-ag!- ' of his brothers iu "the last light tree (ho other day. of such a friendship they burn wlf and have his grave dug. the forowls anil harvest tho tun Mrs. Lucy Asher and children nrc eontiol, letiru tho value of energy and Iter, or to develop the mines and The Deputy Sheriff of this cutiiitv visiting friends at this piste. gentleness- that too mro combinais having great trouble soiling stock should lie specially educatkilled n r;i ttle-- to pay school lax m district no. 21). Dilliou A si or. tion. ed fur their workl And by islucation snnke the other day. four foot in Alton! half of the district mill. '1 he Parents and trustees do renlio in a mo misiti not only tho pmct.c.tl train and tho clover friend. length. re.t have been levied on liy tho lax those who do everything for large iniHisuro the importance of hav- tug tccoited iu tho doing of tho work, Bom to the wife of l'rof. Burns, a collector and sale sot for last Satur themselves, nud to got every Missible ing as toucher u tiuiti or woman whoso but education in tho sciences which Itoy. The mother and baby are do day. A number of men cimie to the safe with gnus and pistols aud unlwr-e- advantage, the "getters" wo might al- example the children may safely fol- relate to these industries. Who so ing well. tho stle to stop. Tho sale was' much as tho farmer needs to know-holow, but sometimes other considerais Mrs. Martha Lyttlo is at Hydon continued and on '1 uesday night last most call them, thorn no goxl soils are formed, what aro tho elexcept to change their course of tions warp our judgment and mo for trentment for throat the school house was burned. The undergoing ements of food uccdtsl by tho plants trouble. good citizens of this county aim to life. Their only danger in continu- got to ask, "Is this the very litt that he cultivates anil the conditions ally seeking their own good is that teacher that wo can get!" under which thoy thrive best? Who Dilliou Asher, Jr., and his wife sec that law enforced in this case. I want to say an earnest word to the needs to know tho laws of animal life have moved into the house recently they will sometime bo found out nud Evorgroon Owsley occupied by Dilliou Asher, Sr. then overyono will know how selfish teachers this week. 1 have Iteon at- and growth more than the man whoo pnwMrity deHnds liimn Dr. Owsley county is ouo of tho oastorn Leo Asher was snapped through house.Rose is building a new store nnd mean they are. Wo can say on tending Institutes and have heard of tho Hocks slid herds hethe success has around hand, (ho other day, by a dog, formthe counties of Kentucky and was ly this to them, go nhoad if you will, this remnrk many times, "Oh that him! .Many a farmer secures a part fbr a "few days. is recovering from Mrs. John Smith does very well to talk nltout, but isn't of his income from the forest lands ho ed in 1813, being named for Gov. has not been in school but do not got caught at it. n severe sickness. William Owsley. It is well watered Xow tho other class, those who try practical iu our schools." And ono owns, Xow If by knowledge of tho Sldoll All tho farmers aro much pleased principles of forestry ho and drained by the South Fork of tho to do what will Iteneiit other people teacher suid to mo "Very few touchers I greater income from the cau secure a Our school is progressing nicely over the recent rain. satuo source Kentucky river, which flows through under tho management of Prof. Wilcalled "givers", and we know change their work any Itocaiueof hav- and still leave the forest lands in conmay le Mrs. Louis Lake is improving very what pleasant people they aro to have ing leen to Institute." trib-- t tho center of the county. Many dition to yield a rereuue to his chilliam Wolfe. slowly, after a long sickness. Xow, fellow teachers, I know very dren, is ii not worth while to study alios flowing into it from the oast about us. Thoy aro always helpful John J. Fletcher, Allen McKennoy, T Mr. James Lunsford of Wallaccton and west afford perfect drainage and Henry Bowman, and Milt Jones have and useful to us, until wo sometimes well that there are often method giv itlioo things preached at Cave Spring, Sunday. Teachers have their normal course, wator supply. Tho soil is good, gone to the army. be used iu the country dot-torgood wonder how we could do without en that cannot thoir medical colleges nud Fred Luusford.of Walhicoton, rich, and yields abundant crops. It To such Hophi we gladly school but ovrry groat principle miuisters their theological seminaries. Everything is quiet in Clay now. is Mr. visiting friends nud relatives of this them. of the best It is tho opinion of tho people that is underlaid with coal give praise that is due, and wo always must have some application to your Does not the science aud skill of toplaco. quality, both bituminous and cannel the trouble is all over. for thorn. For tenrk, and it is your task to adapt, day reveal things that will help tho Miss Xanuio Lake, who has lcii have a kind fooling liou-- o wifo, tiK)ii whoso laltflrs tho Rev. Woodward passed through visiting being found. About 10 foot below snob peoplo u few suggestions may not mltpl methods. Are wo sincere health and comfort of tho whole famher brother of Disputanta, the surfaco are veins 8 to 10 foet here yesterday on his return from visited her fat her this week. if in our teachers' incotiugs wo agree ily doRnd, to do her work? It is not be amiss. Iu the first place, it is holdcounty thick, also gray and blue limestone Knox meeting.where he had been with such thoughts that the faculty All the teachers in this section Of tho duty of every person to bo a use- that whipping is ivry seldom necesing n suitable for building purpose. We the county attended the institute at ful member of society. It is not the sary in our govurnment and then of Boron College, has provided a two through McKee, and enjoyed it to tho finish. Deputy Sheriff lack proper transportation facilities hero yesterday Hall passed thing to be merely good, but to Imi whip about half of our pupils tho years course intoagricultural nud dowith Hullet Bill follow tho coin science for all of these and have only the Lewis, taking him to Manchester thoy have 'wliis mestic tho grammar school work, pie School at Pino Grovo is progress- good for something. There is always first week tion of and coming of the railroad to look for- where ho will bo tried for beach of ing very nicely. The attendance is much that needs to be done in this not have their lessons." it is hoped that with the opening of to eiphty-fiv- e busy old world, and no one should The chances are ten to one thnt trr tho fall very good, from seventy-fivward to in order to bring Owsley up tho peace. a good many young peopupils. All tho parents aro intor-estcplo Mill enroll themselves for this in tho front rank. is think that his mite of laltor will not were at fault iu the first placo, not work. The courxe is pantllel to tho in education. G. C. Moore about tho best toucher that has over lw needed. It is needed uud will not the pupils. If little peoplo aro not work in tho acadeiuv and includes South Fork. taught at PinoGrcve. Panola. bo lost. Possibly you may tint get kept ti'jiy at intrrrttiiw uvrk, can some of tho same studies nud vet it is Miss Etta Seale visited Lee county, all the credit for it that you deserve, you blame them fur whisMringT If planned to went the nets Is of t ho-- o Rod Hill School is dismissed this Tynor. Sunday. by the page, with who are to innunge the farm aud the week on account of the institute. Daniel Moore, son of G. W. Mooro, but tho really modest, useful Mion you nssign lessons Mrs. W. B. Pendergrass, who is household, not forgetting at the mime We had good rains Thursday and is very low now with some unknown is generally too busy to worry much out considering their adaptation to time that they need to Ik. not only cs very ill, is not improving. Aud this tho class, cau you wonder that they pecially traiucd but alio well informFriday, ami n hard storm Saturday disease. about lack of appreciation. Its a girl Mr. Toliver is so proud morning. ed, thoughtful citizens of a country G. Reynolds is now at his homo iu is also true, tho modest, helpful, skil- do not study! ho can't hardly say enough. A large crowd left Irvino on the Tyner. Aro you plnuning to teach bettor governed by tho xoplo. Until lately ho has lived at ful jierson, who is always ready, and Bains are the most welcome visitors . excursion Thursday for tho Lexing- - AlcWhortor. Tho fact that at this time Bore can who never finds fault, can not always this year than ever Iteforel Aro you ' nn Voir to Owsley now. Wo need them. have tho advantage of th ripe exper- A severe storm passed through here be forgotten or neglected. Credit definite in some plan for self improve-tuciitt ioneo of Dr. Fairchild, who for nearly Z. M. Minter of Clark couuty Ivisit-e- d Rev. J.J. Johnston, of Louisville, last Thursday damaging the corn due you will come sooner or later. What do you most disliko to a score of yearn ha riven his lest His parents at this place last week. is spending a few day at this place considerably. Supioso you look up every- thought to planning for tho educaBut what if it does not como at once, teach t Mr. M. V. Roberts says good by to with his son, Dr. S. X. Johnston. S. B. Combs left hero Sunday for "to bo misunderstood is part of tho thing ou the subject, and make a tion of tha farmers' boys aud girls in Owsley . until September. We are The working peoplo of this and Sinking Valley where ho is teaching. ' specialty of it. Honestly try somo Kansas iusuros that this new cotirso martyrdom of life." sorry. boon framed with the best other towns on the R. X. I. A: B can He was up for tho institute. .So do your best, take what comes now methods, then you will have ihns that this country affords. The Charles Reynolds says that Owsley take advantage of the Saturday night A speaking was advertised to bo at aru as practical as can lx doesn't seem as it once did. We can train running from Versailles to Tyner on Aug. y, hut the speaker did of ih and whan wo have once acccjm-plish- something to say at your Association Irvine spending Sunday at the not come, disappointing many. guess why. something wo have within us meetings. What will you try to im- mads without lorgettuig that tho Imi a wo have been of prove most in T I think that reading farmer, of all men, needs to Several funerals were preached at Springs, returning early Monday Wo had a very interesting lecture tho realization that trained thinker, not a man to work by New Hone, Sunday. A largo crowd morning. xx)rly tnught somo service to humanity and somo is onq of tho most in our school last week by Mr. F. C. rule wholly, but ono who can apply T. A. Shelton, of this place, had Jones, and hope he may como again. use in tho world. We should not be branches. in attendance. general principles to tho particular a fine heifer stolen from his farm Messrs. Thomas and Willie Pender-gras- s near Red Hill, last week. Tho thieves Write to me if you have questions. conditions of his farm aud locality. The instructor of tho instituto at human vegetables but active jtersons. and Jasper Carmack left last were arrested at Richmond by Sheriff McKee was Prof. Lewis of London. week for Clark county to work. Coyler, aud the calf rocovored. The The instituto was also attended by The Teachers Association for sec- prisoners will probably be sent to Prof, and Mrs. Marsh of Berea ond and third Magisterial Districts Frankfort. will be held at the White Oak school-hous- e On last Wednesday night a smoko- Wm. Wolf, R.X. I.A.B. agent at Aug. 26. You are invited. this placo, left for Irvino, where he house belonging to Edward Ander relieved Mr. Hacker, agent at that son was burned. It was in mo as a South Boonovlllo placo, or two. Mr. Wolf kitchen and contained all tho kitchen F. M. Abshear fell from his porch passed for a day hero Friday on his furniture and about 27 gallons of canthrough last Wednesday, receiving several way home at Xicholasvillo, where ho ned berries, a nice sido saddle, and bruises. will spend a few days with his two nets of harness, making quite n Crops have improved wonderfully parents. Ho will also visit relatives severe loss. since the recent rain and may evou bo in Sholby county before returning to Clovor Bottom. above tho average. work. Tho sick at this placo aro improvCounty court met last Monday. College Hill ing. Tho issues of tho day politically aro Ono of tho best places in Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hays have a being discussed now. new baby. Mrs. Robert Wilson met with n is College Hill. This quiet village is situated on tho Mss Belle Engle is visiting friends painful accident last Wednosday, falWaco aud Red Rivor turn-pikopling and breaking her arm. at this place. is known as tho "Bond" posite what Last Tuesday night tho school-hous- e Last week, John Isom was driving in tho Kentucky Rivor, which forms in tho Powell district was burnt. horse in a sled, when it bocamo tho Xorthern and Eastern boundaries a frightened and ran away, injuriug of Madison county. Rov. Brandenburg of Burning the old man fatally. College Hill was formerly known Springs School passed thorough hero Several of our young men wont to as Texas, but later on received its last weok. Cincinnati on tho excursion August 0. present classic title from nn academy A teacher's association will be held Mr. Bruco Woodward, our clovor mer- founded there by Rev, J. J. Johnson, at the Cave Spring school house the HAS 14 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN a noted educator and. divine, under chant, went especially to seo Dr. whose onorgy aud intellectual mag- 20 inst. Burkhardt. netism the place camo into promimix? r of young peoplo contemA rOIINDKI) ACIIANCK KOIl R. E. Smith, candidato for the Leg- nence as a scat of loarning. The old platenil entering school at Berea for the IMS KVKKVIIOIIY islature, preached for us at South academy building still stands near Fall Term. He is a tho eastern limit of tho village, upon Boonevillo last Sunday. states.) Best Library In Kentucky. No Hnloons. Over ISO teachers, 70O students (from paid her Miss Mary Hatfield good preacher and we think would a boautiful kuoll commanding a vast friends at this placo a flying visit make a good representative. sweep of country abounding in natSunday. The Democrats of Owsloy say thoy ural scenery for which this part of For those NOT sufllclontly advanced to get a teacher's certificate: Kentucky is noted. It graduated The lecture given by Mr. McClin-toc- k I. Trado Schools : Carpentry, Housowork, Printing two years. will voto forGoebol if ho will promise were listond to ly an interII. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and, tho advanced courses. to como to Owsley to live, in onlor somo noted men, prominent in state that tho brains aud intellect of tho and nationul affairs, among whom ested audionce. For those sitlllcleiitly advanced to get n tcncher'M ccrtllicutn : Bar-ue- tt may bo mentioned Hon. CM. forestry, etc, two years. III. Forming nud Agriculture, gardening, State may all bo in ono county. Miss Fannie Hatfield, of Madison who stands high in tho counsels Co., is taking advantago of instituto IV. Domostio Scionce Sowing, Cooking, etc. two yours. of tho Republican party, Hon. W. W. V. Normal Course for toachors- - throo years, with practico teaching. weok, nud is visitiug relatives hero. Combs, member of the General AsVI. Academy Course four years, fitting for Colloge, for business, nnd for lrfo. London Services in momory of tho deceased sembly of Kentucky from Madison For those more advanced : VII. Colloge Coursos -- Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Tho L. & X. is going to build a county, Editor T. C. Adams, the most wife of John A. Saue, will bo conOrgan, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. Adjunct Departments : VIII. Musio-Robranch from East Bernstadt to Man- versatile and rccomplishod "Owl" ducted by Rov. Merrill and others, IX. Borou Gonornl Hospital Two years course iu tho care of tho sick. chester. Henry Thompson has taken that over hooted! There are othors. at Whito Spring Church tho last institution. Us instruction is a Borea places the best education in reach of all. It is not u motioy-tnakinThough Colloge Hill is a small Sunday iu this month. a contract for the first few miles and free gift. It aims to help those who value islucation and will help themselves, aud charges a small incidental fee will begin shortly. placo, numbering only about two to incut oxponses of tho school apart from instruction. Students must also pay for their board. Exponsoa for term Loudon is tho most prosperous hundred poople of both races uud all (12 weeks) may lw brought within $21, about half of which must be paid in advance. agos, vet considerable business is town in Laurel county, having u Teachors' institutes uro to bo hold Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregntioiialists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good peoplo of carried on their. Throo Rtoras carryof perhaps lf00 inhabitants. Vict-Pr- e shltnt, black-smitin tho various counties at tho follow- all denominations. For information or friendly advice addrets the Lumber busiuoss is carried on exton-sivol- ing all linos of goods, two Gi;0. T. PAIKC1I1LD, LL. Hcrcn, Mndlson Co., Ky. shops, one physician, two churches, ing times and places: and tho Bauer Cooperage Co. doing a big business in the stavo ono millinery establishment and no ( Boyle, (col.) Danville. are saloons. London Corkespondent. trado. Lincoln, (col.) Stanford College Ililliana belong to what Aug. Rockcastle, Mt. Vernon may be termed tho "Miildlo Class" that staunch, moral, and religious Aug. oi or S Knox, Barboursville. j Lotcher, Whitosburg. Bright Shade element of society whose love of religLaurel and Whitley, at Wo have had somo showers of ious liberty, caused to Im established Sent. Williamsburg. ou American soil the greatest repre much neoded rain. ' to-da' to i It is nn is n desire to do something. evidenco of n healthy growth nnd wo do not put much faith in a jierson who has not such n desire. If a man has no inclination to work, no say he is lay, and do not count him us being worth very much. Itut the limn who is anxious to do something is the man wo are interested in. lint don't misitiidcrstnud me. It makes u grent difference what n man wants to do. Ho may not in two wins doing for' Wo nil others, or doing for himself. know which mo admire. Wo know which ouo makes the pleasant neigh-Ui- Our Industrial Coursos. A father whoso son was nhout to start to col logo was asked what his The region from which l!erca stu- boy was to study. Ho said, "I do dents tint gntherisl is one of the vnst not know yet, but I am going to visit possibilities in agricultural and man lr d e County. ' ' ' n I e ti-n-u Madison County. i , ' j I Col-leg- o BEREA COLLEGE stock-raisin- Laurel County. od g Institutes. iop-ulatio- u v, !., 11-1- Clay County. 11-1- FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 13, WINTER TERM BEGINS DEC. 13.