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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 23, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899082301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 23, 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. V SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, VOL. I. 1000, THE Citizen. Devote to the Interests o( tbe Home, AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Tear. School, and Farm. I3EHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1899. Brodhuad fair begins in session three days. to-da- y no; 10. The Citizen t. a. PASCO, rillTOR anil TublUhH at the offlr of MANAHICR. flEREA Rev. PERSONALS. Is at Camp and is Historical Rev. D, John O. Pee Sketch of Mormonism J. McMillan, D. D. bed-blank- THIi GITIZHN, Kiitml nl Iht frM-of- Here, mntltr. Ky. at t rtiM nl B'rm, ,nW, IDEAS. It ii eay to itlm at nothing and to hit jour mark. Study thn tmuouncoineut of Beroa College on our last page, mid aelect the course your child ought to enter. An ollicer or ruagifitrato is olected not for ht own aako. hut to sent thn public. "Public ollico la r public trout." a that tho mornion and "miaaionariea" are "wolves In whwjp'a clothing" but nobody has n right to opjxwo thorn with clubs, hvprjlxxir In America has a right to hit own ideas, and the right of free speech. "el-ilor- Wo believe negro who commits a crime in tho bouth is certain to be punished by law; courts, juries, everybody is down on him. There may be a temptation to lynch a white man, because there Is dauger that he may slip through the law, but thore U no auch danger in the cmo of a Negro. Whoever attempts to lynch a Negro does it out of pure cruolty, and reroals the spirit of a savage. A THE WIDE WORLD. Prince- - Henry, of Prussia, will soon visit the United States. Major Russell Harrison, son of Harrison, has yellow fever at Santiago. Tho man who attempted to assassi-nat- o Lalrari, counsel for Droyfus, Is supposed to have comniittod suicide. The invitation to Pres. Diaz, of Mexico, to be proneut at tho laying of the corner-stouof Chicago's new government building was presented yesterday. Newspaper corrospondonta at Manila say that tho strictness of the censorship of the press thore enforced by Otis koops startling facts from tho American eop!e and so prolongs the war in the Philippines. Men familiar with affairs in the Transvaal, South Africa, say that on account of tho stubbornness of Pres.' Krueger, war with Entrland Is almost certain. Tho Boers are not ontorpris-luand are not developing tho resources of their country even with money furnished by foreign resident there, ami other countries must step in to accomplish anything. Krueger will concede nothing, and refuses arbitration, so force will be necessary. o g NATIONAL NEWS. The Shamrock, Britain's challenger for the Now York Yacht Club'a cup, is In dry dock in New York. "Expansion", says Senator Stewart, "is an accomplished fact, and it Is no longer a question whether wo now favor it. Tho future alone will decide just what disposition we will make of womo of our now iKwsossions." William A. Cox, Chicago, is wanted In Cuba for embezzlement. He was captured in Now Orleans and his law-osay that Cuba is a foroigu country and ho cannot bo extradited. This will settle Cuba's legal status. It has been decided by tho Post Office Department to extend throughout tho country, ns soon as practicable, tho plan of registering letters at private residences, by having fhe'let-te- r carriers attend to tho work while making their rounds. Of course this will only Hpply to what are known as 'free delivery" offices. rs Mrs. Owon McKeo, and Mr. and Mrs. Mason is expoctod home this Mrs. R. J, McKee, of Richmond, who have been staying at Slate Lick for week. two weeks put, drove up to Berea P. M. Daughcrty spent Sunday at Monday and visited the College Kingston. grounds nnd buildings. Mrs. Yocitm Is attending instituto Ray Embree is at present enjoying at Barboursvillo. a visit to Yellowstono Park with his Iiufonl Ely of Paint Lick was a brother-in-laChas. Rathbuii, nnd Berea visitor Sunday. family. Tho party m now oncampod Rev. Mr. Allen of Lexington Is tho noar Mammoth Hot Springs, and Ray has already become a mighty guest of Mrs. Morgan. lutnter, as is shown by tho fact that Anderson Crawford went to Lan ho has bagged au antolope. caster Friday to visit bis daughters. Last Wednesday a car which was Lovi-W- . Boaltv left Saturday for a week s visit at Lis home at Clinton- - being sont in on tue aiding at Boono's Gap got away from tho brakeman vine. ana crashed into a flat car Rtanding M. L. Spink left Sunday for a on tho track with such force as to short visit nt his home iu Chandler drive it from the track, nnd down the villo, 111. embankment. The wrecking train Miss Lizzio Morgan, of Pineville, was necessary in order to get it back. Ky., is spending a law days visiting The Berea Cemotorr Association hor mother. held a special meeting Monday night Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Forto, of Cin- at 7:1(0 and elected Mrs. . Han cinnati, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. son a member of the Executive Board B. Woodford. in the place vacated by the death of Mist Ella Chasteen visited Miss B. S. Hunting. Plans for improving Susie Thompson, at Mt. Vernon, dur- the grounds of the villago cemetery were discussed, and instructions giv ing institute. en the Board, to lay plana and get to Harold Johnston made a trip to work. Irvine last week, taking a horse to Kodol Dvinensia Cure oomnletelv Tutor Raymond. digests food within tho stomach and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gould left intestines and rendors all classes of Monday for Langfortl where they food capable of beta? assimilated and will camp out for a week. converted into strength giving 'and Mr. Winston Mason of Bocknerville tissue builuingaubstancon. S. E. Woloh, Jr. was in town yesterday on business. He hopes to enter school in tho fall W. P, Chapman returned Monday term. from a two week's trip in WashingJessamine counties, Miss Florence Merrow It enjoying ton, Mercer, a visit from her sister who has just where he has been establishing Sun among the colored peo returned from a trip up the lakes to ple. Last suuuay lie visited Lamp Mackinac. Nelson and reports that the Academy Prof. Marsh attended the instituto recently formed there it in (rood condi at Mt. Vernon last week; and visits tion, with J. W. Hughes ('95) and Kockcaittle county schools for several wile in control. Miss 31. M. Kobe. weeks now. one of tho resident trustees, has charge Of the girls' dormitory- - and is Vol Williams, who enlisted here a faithful worker generally. last week, was unable to pass the examination at Columbus, O., and is De Witt's Little Early Risers act as coming home. a faultless pill should, cleansing and reviving the s ntem instead of weaken F. M. Daugherty left yesterday for are mild his homo Iu Wolf Creek, O., where ho ing it. They to take, and sure, small and entirely free. before going to Business Col- and pleasant visits from objectionable aruga i bey asO. lege at Oberlin, sist rather than compel. S.E. Welch, Jr Charles Reynolds, who enlisted last week, returned yesterday from Gen. W 3. Taylor,' Republican Columbus, U., wearing a sutt of Unfor governor passed candidate do Samuel's blue. through here at 9:15 yesterday mornMiss Mollie Early, who has boon ing on a special train going to 'Lonvery sick for the past threo woeks, is don, where tho campaign opened last very much improved iu health and night. The train stopped here. Jen will soon be out agaiu. minutes, and Gen. Taylor delivered a brief Bpcoch, full of eloquonce and Mrs. M. N. Early left on tho sev- reason, denouncing the Goebel elecenth of this month in company with tion law, and promising its repeal, if John Lucas, of Somerset, to visit her elected governor. A number of Richsisters nnd other relatives in Pulaski. mond politicians were on the train, W. II. Hart and wife, and Mrs. and several of Berea'a unterrified went Parka, of Fairland, III'., are hero on a on to London to, help fire off the visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. gnus. James Hart Sr., and other relatives Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff, and frieuds. of Troy, Mo., says, "If everyone in the Dr. McCoy is expecting the arrival United States should discover the virtue of DeWitt's Witch Hazel for piles, of his uncle, Cassiua and his sister-in-laMrs. L. rectal troubles, and akin diseases, the W. McCoy, of Greensburg, Ind. They demand could not be aupplied. S. E. Welch, Jr. will stay a week. E.-Lday-schooMo-Co- Prof. S. C. Mason loft Monday for Farm far SiUe. Columbus, O., where he will attend 84 acres on the Walnut Meadow the annual meeting of the Association for tho Advancement of Science, and Pike, one mile from Berea. Soil, loblue grass later he goes to lndiauapolis,, where cation, and slope grows naturally in all tho hollows. ho visits friends. When Borea geU its second on endowment, as it will uext spring, everything will boom. Will sell all bEREA LOCALS. or part. Reason, expect to leave tho About eight cars of stone are ship- - State. M. K. Pasco. through here daily, from the angford quarries. There is time for all things. The i n.w:iiL i ml.. t?..i uiii u Deputy U. S. .Marshal Short, of lliuo iuis Mian vtimi.h Buffering aoijj from you are Mt. ernon, cut up a still iu Laurel Risers whenbtlliousness. constipation, county last Wednesday, first-classick-head-- 1 I S. E. Welch, Jr. A social gathering for the members liver troubles. nnd congregation of tho Berea Church Teachers' institute at Mt. Vernon will Im held tomorrow at 2:30 on tho last week, conducted by Prof. M. B. green. All are invited. Jones, of London, a teacher in the The Editor spent the better part State College, Lexington, was a great of last week at Mt. Vernon and vicin- success, both iu numbers present, and ity, attending institute and working in the enthusiasm manifested br tbe up the interests of the paper. instructor and by the teachers. There Last Sunday Rev. T. Q. Martin, of wore present about eighty teachers Red House, began protracted meet- and nearly every one showed great STATE BRIEFS. ing at the Glado Christian church. interest In the advancement of eduMeetings will continue for some timo. cation. Prof. Jones is an enthusiatic Kentucky iwlitica are boiling. instructor aud one whoso remarks are Teacher's Association meets ut Mil- very interesting as well as very in"Spellbinders" are hard at work. The teachers were kept lion nsxt Saturday at 10 o'clock. structive. Boylo county fair began this week. Prof. L. V. Dodge delivers an ad- awake and on the alert for new points Mercer county com crop is 75 per dress. Others from Berea will at- aud approved methods of instruction. No one could fail of receiving benefit tend. cent of tbe average. from each day'ti setsion. Sui-t- . Davis A telephone exchange at Barboura-vill- o Notice of the death of Mrs. Mary is to be commended for securing so is u sure thiug. I. White was given last week in Tut able an instructor, aud for the interboIiooI .matwas held which ho takes Barbecue at Millersburg was at- Citizen. atThe fuueral at tho Second est . Prof. Jones iu ail Is conducting in10 a. in., ters. tended by 1,000 people. church, followed by interment in the stituto for Knox aud Whitley counties at Barbourville this week. Casoy county teachers' institute de- Berea Cemetery. clared olT on urcount of smallpox. W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., Toddand Fay, tho photographers, 1000 men iu tho Middleboro dis- lutve moved thoir tout ami other be- says, "For forty years I have tried longings from Briiksfield to Wagers-vill- various cough medicines. One Mintrict havo their wages raited Oct. 1. wliere they will contiuue their ute Cough Cure Is best of all." It reOoebel and Brown men spoke nt trade of entreating everybody to lieves instantly uud cures all throat Eddyvillo jesterduy to u large crowd. "look real pleataut." and lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. Wed-uesde, Joseph Smith concealed himself behind a curtain, which was a stretched diagonally across one corner of his mother's kitchen, and there road what ho claims was a translation of the engravings on the plates, to a Berlin who sat out side the blankot and wroto what he read. Thus was the Book of Mormon produced. Eloven men testified that they aaw tho plates, but nono of them were ablo to reud anything that was on them, so we have only Joseph's word for what thoy contained. Thus was tho foundation of the Mormon church laid. Immediately after the translation of the Book of Mormon tho church was organized. At tho first their doctrines were simple, vaguo, and apparently harmless, in doed it wus a matter of but little im portauco with thorn, what a man be lieved. so lonir as he became an nd herant, and promised submission to me priesthood. Joseph bmitli was oapuseu ana onlainou by Uliver Low dery, then Oliver Cowdery was bap tised and onlained br Joseph Smith, Thus waa gospel authority, which Joseph says was taken from the earth iu the early history of the Christain Church because of its wickedness, restored through this latter-da- r nronhet. In October the num ber had inceased to about seventy- lire. Dunns? this month Purlev P. Pratt, with three other elders who baa been admitted to the church, started on a mission to the Indians. On their war westward tlinv viaitfwl Sidney Rigdon, who at once became an enthusiastic convert. He said it was that light whioh he had Ions: ex pected to break forth from the divine mind. Of course the whole of Mr. Rigdon's peculiar church at Mentor was at once absorbed. Proceeding westward, these elders reached Kirt and, Ohio, where they baptised 130 in four weeks, and before the next spring the number increased to about i,uuu. When the Mormon church was or ganlzed, only fivq of the eleven witnesses joined it, Oliver Cowdery, one of these, and the one that acted as scribe part of the time, was cut off Irom the church a tew year after, and turned over to the buffetings of Satin, for lying,, theft and living in open adultery with a servant girl. He afterwards died a miserable drunkard. Martin Harris, another of tho five who acted also as scribe part of the time, was cut off for wickedness, and Joseph Smith, the prophet, said that Hams was uot fit for de cent people to notice. Two others of the original live, and witnesses of the plates, were, years afterwards, seut to juil for immorality and crime and then shot by a mob who. broke into the jail. It is a significant fact that in New York, where the church originated, where tho Smiths lived, the church made little progress nor did it attain respectable standing, but in the region where Rigdon had been preparing the way, the progress waa rapid aud the growth permanent. Kirtland became headquarters of the church, where a temple was erected at the cost of $40,000. But the establishment of a fraudulent bank led to their being driven from the community by the indignant citizens. According to Smith's own testimony he and Rigdon had to fly from justice at midnight. Three kinds of charges followed Smith everywhere aud to his dearh; viz, immorality, to cover up which the doctrine of spiritual marriages and the practice of polygamy began to be justified under certain restrictions as early as 1830. A second charge invariably followed him was dittonetty in tho matter of mouey, as tho Kirtland bank scandal shows. A third was theft. To justify his acta he asserted that the Mormons were God's peculiar people, to whom it was God a purpose to give the whole world and all that is therein, "for the meek shall inherit the earth," and the Mormons wore the only meek people. It was not stealing, therefore, to take what belongs to one's self. Any one who associated with the Mormons as late as twenty years ago, heard this justification of theft urged again aud from the pulpit as well as iu private life. (7V I ICmlinxM fnm tatt tint.) DODGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. No Trouble to Show Goods RICHMOND, KY. The Berea Monumental Co. The retult of good work and reasonable prices now have customers in all parti of the State When you want it that toe Anything in the monumental line Let us know and we will tend you detignt and pricet Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. At prices to suit the times. JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Ky. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Nature In strengthening and structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it In efficiency. It Instantly relieves and permanently cures A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Rotary Public, Berea, Kentucky. lofllce on Main Stmt, in Muonlc BMg, upiUln. Yoa It artificially digests the food and aids recon- Digests what yon eat. Want GOOD GLASSES Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,! SlckHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramp3,and YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. ruiotherresuitsonmperreciaigesuoD. Prepared by E. C D.Witt A Co, Chicago. UIuks tbit re not properly djuited to jour know cfe. are aetutlljr ilanierou.. I attempt It, and S. E. WELCH, .TIC. to ialt ought to know It. I will not glti.ti to jour ejes until know wtiat li needed. 1 LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Kes examined free. 1 Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Berea, Ky. at Residence. Jeweler and Optician. Office M. Shearer. 37th U. S. V. I., will be iu Berea, Ky. o Saturday Aug. 26, 1899 for the purpose of enlisting men for his regi-mewhich is now in the Philippines. Theso men are to fill vacancies now existing in the regiment and will be sent direct to Manila, P.I. by way of Cincinnati, (Joiumbus, U., ana ban Francisco, Cal. AU able .bodied white male citizens between the ages of 18 and 35 who are desirous of en listing will be examined upon appli cation to him on the date named. Dr. L. A. Daris, Examining Surgeon. Wtint- in Knrlnt- T)vflnAnntfi Hiit-at" j 'i 'i It is the newly discovered remedy, the most effective preparation ever deris- nt Editor Citizen: Lt. R. Recruiting Office, Cincinnati, O. GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S H. C JASPER, M. D. Office MEDICINE and SURGERY, la Prathcr Building Richmond, Ky. Telrphoot 103 & 109 E. B. McCOY, Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. ilation of food.and restoring the de ranged digestive organs to a It is a discovery surpassing anything yet known to the medical profession. S. E. Welch, Jr. natura-conditio- n. roHtinittil.) The Republican delegates elected at the primaries on Aug. 12, met in convention at Richmond last Satur day, aud organized with H. B. Hogg, chairmau, aud T. C. Adams, secretary. After adopting resolutions ap- Sroving of recent platforms aud Goehelism, Squire Million was nominated as County Judge, and W. T. Harris as representative. Del egates to the senatorial convention nt Stanton, Sept. 1 were then chosen. Among thoin the following Bereaus were noticed: L. V. Dodgo. A. W. Titus, J. L. Gay, C. M.. Rawliugs, S. E. Welch. The delegates were instructed for Hon. John Beuuett for tho senatorshlp. What you waat Is uot u temiornry relief from piles, but a cure to stay cured. DoWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve cures piles,, aud they stav cured. S. E. Welch, Jr. -- Nothing Bat Tbt Photos. Mandolin Club went to Mt. Vernon. Best Finish at. tbe Loiest Prices. driving over in a hack and spending cpuruiiuuo lur uivir luu ii u J uiuKiny By eight concert in the evening. DENTAL SUJtGEIiY. o'clock the Court House was quite A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. well-tiueon ana the nrst number the program was rendered soon after Smith Building, Main Street, that hour. The entire program, which Richmond, Ky. took about au hour and a half for its , Offle, ! SO. performance, was listened to atten- TeWphoa, llo.ldtnc, No tively by the audience, and frequent bursts of applause showed their appreciation. The music was of good quality and well rendered, especially the club UKALEK IN AMATKUK HVlTLIKt work, and tho mandolin solos by Mr. Spink. Several times encores were Fine Photographs it Reasonable Priest secured by tbe continued applause Views about Berea a tptcialty. after some especially good rendering. The program gave evidence of good taste in the selection of the music and also in the musical effect produced, aud the audience showed its en joyment of the program bv the num erous compliments wmcn mo ciuu Office Hours, 8 tots A. At., received at the close of the oveuing. The concert was a success. After ItoSP.iT. National Bank Building Richmond, Ky, spending the next day in Mt. Vernou, attending instituto and seeing the sights, tho Club returned Thursday night woll satisfied with its trip. TRABC.MAnKS u Maadoiirt Club Concert. On Wednesday night Aug. 16, the Odd, Proprietor. BURTON. The Photographer, J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, J. A. Schear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved from death by croup by uslug One Miuuto Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, pneumonia, lagrippe, aud all throat and lung troubles. . E. Welch, Jr. PATENTS PiUnt AND COTYRWHTI i A0V1CC la "iDTtotlT An" Book "Uow to obUla fetcoU" Claret modfralf . No ft till uttcot U Mcaretl. NoUc AS TO PATENTABILITY FREE c. I. C. SICCERS. Liir. WatMfttn, "Promise not to bttiay'toe arid I'll tell yo- u- It's I'atchnng Iskel" "Pa'changl" cried Mr. Snively, in surprise. "Why, 1 T. a. PASCO, Editor and llsnsger. never heard of a fWh down there In my life." t KKVTUCKY : "That's the rhftrm of It," she rejoined, gleefully, "nnd the man who told mf nbout It (such n drar, dirty, old fisher mnn he wns) wns fearfully afraid svf, 9 one else would find It nut? so don't beLocal tray me." And she hurried away with n parting smile that mnde the dusty office seem duller than ever when he got By' Edgar Temple Field. back to It nnd reluctantly commenced setting tip his editorial, for Mr. Snivel, ' THK time hns come for the Amor-- J constituted' the whole working force ol the Monitor. lenn people to net. Slinll 50.000,-00- 0 And his tnsk, too, seemed harder thnn pntrlotii nil supinely by nnd let con- ever after the Interruption. Thonghti scienceless rnseals trnr the stnrs of of his pretty visitor kept Intruding glory from tl.c Mag they love nnd themselves Into the minds of his most trnmple Its proud fold of crimson nnd impassioned appeals to the voters ol white Into the mire of nntlonnl Melooglc. Not while the deeds of 'TO still How blue her eyes were nnd what bemists of yenrs In tin witching little rings of hnlr the witid shine through the ixnmpled splendor. Not while the had blown up under the big lint. memories of 'fit yet live In the henrts And then the fishing. thnt thrilled with the stress of that heThe editor of the Monitor shook hli " .Tori henil. Could It be jnissible nny man livNot while roic struggle. ' Snively, editor of the Melooglc Moni- ing could have n soul so lost to honor tor, lnld down his pen with n sigh. ns to piny n Joke on n woman who looked Outside the dusty little window the like thnt? It seemed Impossible, nnd green wnters of the buy were sparkling yet Mr. Snively was sure there wasn't , In the sunshine. A keen north breeze a fish within n mile of I'atchnng. wns driving grent huddling mnsses of I'erhnps even then Mrs. Tfncy wns clouds over a field of sitting In thnt ynwl vnlnly waiting for dazzling nrure, nnd only a mnn who the bite he felt certain she wouldn't loved the sport with the whole-souleget If she sat thertlll the United States earnestness that filled his entire being got nn honest government. And he was could know how the fish must be bit- actually stnyltig at home nnd delibering on such n morning! Oh, to be out ately abandoning a friend to such a on thnt gleaming expanse, nrmed with fate"! rod nnd line, with only the sun nnd As this ngonizing thought occurred to tlouds for compnny nnd n thousand Mr. Snively he dropped his type nnd pounds or so of gamy finned verte- started for the door. Hut once there brates playing nbout within reach of he paused nnd slowly returned to hi his cunning hook. form, only to find it more nnd more ImHut nlso, it was Friday morning. On possible to keep his mind on his work. Saturday some 200 Impatient subscribAt Inst he gne up in despair. ers would expect the weekly dish of Taking a hasty survey of whnt he'd alpersonal, political nnd Intellectual ready accomplished he found his tolerably full, with thfc exception pabulum which bis facile pen had long 'tervcd'iip to them on thnt day, with of perhaps n single paragraph on tha more or less punctuality, nccording to local page. Hy hard work the following the season. His duty clearly held him morning he might hope to set up his to his post nt such n time, however pages nnd would trust to luck forMho much his inclinations might have led missing paragraph. Like nl fishermen, Mr. Snivelywns a him elsewhere. So, with another lingering glance nt firm believer in luck. ' He wa'a nlso a the scene without, Mr. Snively took up man of notion when he chose.'and with- his pen and resumed the stirring which wns to nwnken 50,000,000 patriots to action, nnd incidentally convince the republicans of Melooglc thnt it was their duty to vote for JoeGrldley for noundmaster. So engrossed did the editor become tn this pleasing task that he did not hear a step upon the creaking stair n little Inter. If he hnd he would hnve known nt once thnt it was n woman nnd a lady'that was approaching, for long and awful experience had cnnblen Mr. Snively to determine with unerring ac curacy what sort of a person was climbing the somewhnt perilous ascent to the editorial sanctum almost as soon as his foot touched the first step, Hut for once the editor did not hear THE EDITOR TO THE RE8CCE. the soft footfall on the talr, so he was very much surprised and not n little in five minutes of this calculation he disconcerted when a fresh, sweet voice, had locked up the editorial department "Good and was on his way to Patchang lake, nlmost at his elbow, said: When he reached that shallow sheet morning, Mr. Snively," and looking up be beheld his neighbor, Mrs. Tracy, her of water a little lady in blue serge sat nlumn fieure buttoned Into the trim in a boat in the center thereof, with an mest of blue serge yachting suits, her expression of virtuous indignation on d her sunburnt features. smilimr face shaded by a "What luck?" called the editor from hat nnd in her hand a fish pole, jointed, brnss-tlppeelegant the very perfec the shore. "Luck!" cried the fair sportswoman, tion of dainty uselessness. Without waiting for a response to dolefully. "There is not enough water her greeting she briefly mnde known in this lake to catch cold in, much less a her' errand. She was anxious for a fish. All I've got for my trouble is a day's fishing, nnd had been told of an mighty poor opinion of fishermen In Klyslnn spot, where the fish were so general anil one dirty one in particunlentlful they were actually to be hnd lar." "Come over here." said Snively. "I for the asking. Unjucklly, however, her own boat had not come, .so sne naa know a pond not a thousand miles away ventured to nsk If, in case he was not where the fish bite like mosquitoes. If using it, Mr. Snively would be so kind you'll try It I think I can raise your opinion of fishermen before I'm a clay as to lend her his yawl, it Deing impc-older." bible to hire one In the village. "I can't," confessed the wiflow, blush Mrs. . Mf. Snively was delighted. Tracy was a pretty widow of uncertain Ing with anger and mortification. "I'm oge but no uncertain charm, who had stuck In tha mud." One moment the man of letters hesitaken the cottage next to the editor's own six months before. In the course tated on the bank, and then, with an Inof a'rather desultory acquaintance the ward prayer that he might at least bo genial bachelor, whose Idens of the fair spared to get out that week's paper, ha sex were those common to nis Kinu, nau waoeu boldly Into the expanse of treachdiscovered that his fair neighbor was a erous mud that rolled between him and cheery little body of sound political the beauty in distress. The next morning the editor walked views nnd excellent literary tastes (from the first she had been a prompt into the Monitor otlice clnd In his Sunund paying subscriber to the Monitor), day clothes. With his accustomed but beyond that his imagination had methodical neatness he pulled oft his not soared. Now, however, behold the coat, hung It behind the door, und carepretty widow invested with n wholly fully drew on over his linen sleeves n Then he new interest. She was fond of fishing! pair of black alpaca ones. Eagerly Mr. Snively assured his vis- lighted his pipe and took his place at itor of his pleasure in putting his boat the form. There, just as he hnd left It, wns the at her disposal and gave her exhaustive directions as to the means of obtaining vacant space at the end of the local colit. A delightful half hour of conversa- umn still yawning for the missing paration followed. As though it were a ma- graph. Mr. Snively regarded it fora fewmln gician's wand the dainty fish pole bud then he took up his placed the editor and his guest at once utes reflectively on terms of the most charming inti- pen, as a smile gradually spread Itself macy and the former didn't remember over his face until t reached his eyes. ever to have enjoyed a conversation so il sun lingered there when n little Inter much in his life, albeit tho tulk was he finished and paused to glance over wholly of reels and rods and spoon his work. What he read was this: hooks nnd other Instruments of slaugh"The editor of the Monitor, after ter. All things, however, are bound to many years of bachelorhood, has had ' come to an end, especially in an edi- the good fortune to Incur the risks nnd torial ofllce, so it wusn't long before responsibilities of mntrimnny. He was Mrs. Trncy took her leave, escorted married this morning to Mrs. Gertrude down the stalrwuy by 'her delighted Trncy, of Kim cottnge, and asks tho congratulations nnd good wishes of his host. At the door they were met by u spicy subscribers In this the happiest hourof Herald. breeze straight from the pins woods his across the buy, Mr. Snively sighed. frlrptiunrs In Japan, "Where is this wonderful pluce you Jbixki apparently favors telephones. ore going to?" he asked. "All, that's a secret," she replied, gny-l- The Imperial diet recently voted to expend $l,R0O,0OO within the next seven "I promised I'd never, neer tell." "Oh, well, then I suppose it's u crime years for the Improvement of the telephone system, Illnja Na to even guess." And once more, the editor sighed us he glanced out at the knynmu, a young electrical engineer, bus been sent to the United States to sparkling waters. yoq've been so kind," exclaimed Investigate the latest improvements ."lint and invention!. The government work y the widow, noting the sigh and by Japanese cite- filled with compunction, "It will all be executtd triclsns. seems ungracious of me to keep it from you who love, so to fish." Ami then as l'ost OBn ProSUs. the saw him give another wistful glance The profits of the British post oinci bayward she burst out, iuipuUlvelyt amount to $50,000,000 a year. THE CITIZEN. RETURNING FROM CAPTIVITY. International Similar srhaol t.estns t 3T, IHIIO Test, Kara for Ana-ne- lil-- ll Memorr Verses 8-- 4. Specially Arranged fromPeloubet'e Notes.. GOI.DKN TBXT. The hsth doni meat tnlngs for us, whereof we are glsd.-I'- sa, ItKAC Kirs l:4.T0. THE SECTION of history belonging tc this lesson Includes not oalr the first chap ter of Esrs, but the second, through V. CT; alio the last chapter of ! Chron.; the prediction of the length of the eantlvltr Ir Jer. 28:11, 12; and that cosce rnlnir Cyrus In ; such rialms of the lis. I:K-:- ; as 1M, 1J0 and 117; and Daniel, Chap. (, I and . DATE. The first return from exile wat about 11. C. SM. TIME. The time covered by the hooka ol Kira snd Nehemlah li a little more than s century. II. C. PLACE. Ilabylon snd Jerusalem. The Und of Israel now begins to be called Ju dea and the people Judeans, shortened to "Jews." UULEIia-Cyr- us. kins; of the Terslan and or llabylon (si empire, H. C. Darius reigned In flaby solo ruler). Ion under Cyrus, who was elsewhere, II. Zeruhbabel, a prince of the royal C. 5M-line of David, was governor of the returned Jews at Jerusalem. Ills title was Tlrshatha, the origin of the Turkish "pasha." 45:1-5cap-tlvlt- y US-1- place to look aJthtr Ih-more. It's byes. I'm goln' shtralght to the captain ar polnce at the station, an' tell him what I've towldyean'owld Hor.pe; If me bye Inters this place agin, I'll make it hot foryrz both!' "Thin, I wint home, an' Jlmmle ten Ah, It's a fine show ye're made av s yer-sel- Jr MkttWWlilllliliaitlMlriaeWI Mat! " One o.'ilt Year's Seeding, Nine Years' Weeding." ?). f, A Paragraph MRS. HENNESSY ACTS. he rtelatea Row She Save Iter Bay freaa the Katlclaa; fool Room. "No, ma'am, it's not sltk t wss last wake, but tne heart was nigh bruk wid me bye. It's Jlmmle, md It's a fine, han'some bye he is, wid his clane skin an' his bonnie blue eyes and the long, shtrnlght legs nv him, for It's near six fate tall he is; nn' it's a fine eddlcatlon I'm af ther glvln' him. Ills f sther wanted him to know the law and be a pintle-ma- n wid the best of 'em. He's that fond ar his books, ma'am, an' some av 'em so big ye could hsrdly lift 'em! Hut he is alsy like, wid a laugh like a bird, an' the byes do be hnngin' 'round him all the time. There's a lot of byes 'round us that don't know as much as Jlmmle does about books, but they knows a pile ar other things, ma'am, an' they come whlstlln' 'round every night; an' Jlmmle do be nlways goln' to the llberry. Last night, ma'am, I was a bit late, an' when I got home the fire was out, an' Tommy, the young feller, was tryln' to get a little super, an' Jlmmle was gone. 'Where's Jim?' sex I. " 'Oh, he's gone out,' srx he. "'Where?' se I. 'He'll be roskln a nuisance av hlmsel' at the llberry, frr he's been there every night fer a wake.' An' the little lad laughed an' srs hn 'He don't go to the llberry, mother; it's playin' pool, he la.' " 'Playin fool!' sea I. 'What's that?' " 'Not fool, but pool.' s- -z he. 'All the byes do be playin' that now.' " 'An where do they go? I. " 'Down to owld Hoppe'a,' ci he. "I knowed him fer an owid tbafe Hist nsed to stale our wood whin he lived in Phllndelphy, an ma'am, I put on me bonnet and wint shtralght down to the owld villain's place and looked In at the windy. Ob, It would make ye sick, ma'am, to see the crowd avbyes; more thin t winty nr 'em, some ar 'em younger nor my Jlmmle, nn" some ar 'em r? d d Kzrn. Kzra won a Jewish scribe, n Lcvtte nnd descendant of Aaron nnd ol that high priest Hilklah, who. found the Book of the Law In the temple In the days of Joslah. He was born about He lived In II. C. 403. llowilnson. Uabylon during the reign of Artax-crie- s Longlmanus, nnd, nearly 80 KXPI.ANATOUY, col-um- yenrs nfter the return under .erub-babdescribed In this lesson, brought to Jerusalem another compnny of returned exiles (II. C. S). I. The Prophecy of Ilcturn. V. 1. "Thnt the word of the Lord by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled" (See Jeremiah 25:11; 29:10.). The first captivity wns by Nebuchadnezzar, II. C 605? when Pnnlel nnd his frlneds were Seventy carried captive (Dan. 1:1-6years from this brings us to H. C. S30, the time of the retum described In this cl ). lie-tur- , np-pe- . wide-brimme- s y, nt Imme-liiutel- lesson. II. King Cyrus and the Decree to VI. "In the first year Vs. of Cyrus:" as king of Uabylon, which "The Lord he captured U. C. S3S. stirred up the spirit of Cynis:" How? (1) Directly by Ills Holy Spirit, as In many other cases. (2) Assuming that the narrative statements In the book of Daniel nre history, Daniel was still ollvo In the first and third yenrs of Cyrus (Dan. 1:21; 10:1), and wns especially interested In tho fact that the ,0 years of Jeremiah were coming to an end (Dan. 9:2 sqq.). It Is Impossible to nvoid the conclusion thnt Daniel must have been the leading spirit in bringing about the return from the exile. And, really, the account given in Kzrn needs to be complemented by just facts as the Imok of Daniel gives us. Prof. Willis 1 Ilcecher. "Mnde a proclamation:" This was nn official document, as we see by chapter 6, where the decree is given more fully than here. "Putitnlsoin writing:" Topreserve It onthcrccords.tbnt no mistake or reversal of the decree might occur. V. 2 "The Lord (Jehovah) God of Heaven." "The word Jehovah wns probably the Hebrew translation of 'Ormuzd,' the Perg sian Supreme Deing, 'the g or oplrit,' which did, in fact, approach nearly to the Jewish conception of Jehovah." "He hath charged me:" He accepted the prophecies ns a charge from the God TE OWLD of the Jews. V. 3. "Who Is there "TE OWLD TIIAFE1 among you?" The return was to be a volunteer movement. V. 4. "Whoso- sebmokin' away to bate the band; an' ever remalneth:" In the land of exile. there In the middle ar 'em was me Many remained for various reasons. young glntleman, if ye plage, wid a "Let the men of his place:" Ills heath- long shtick in his hand, pokio' some en neighbors. "Help him" to raise the balls about on a bit av a grane table. I needed funds. opened the door and walked shtralght I1L Preparations for the Ileturn. up to Jim, an' aez I: & this lz the Vs. V.J. "Then rose up the chief llberry ye go to, iz It? Get home wid of the fathers:" The return described yez,' sez I, an' he dropped his shtick and In lesson was uuder Zerub-babel- run fer his life. Thin owld Hoppe prince of the royal line of David, piped up: called the Tlrshatha, or Pasha (2:63). " 'Lit: him alone! He's 16 year oldl and under Jeshua, the hereditary high I'll have yez arristed fer dlsturbln' me priest (3:8). These were among the place!' "chief of the fathers . . . and the "I was tbaV mad, ma'nm, that I jltt priests." V. 6. "And all they that were grabbed him be the collar ar his coat aboutthem:" Their heathen neighbors an' shuck him tilt his tnthe rattled in and friends, as was done In Kgypt at his head! the time of the exodus. "Precious " 'Ye owld thafet Ye owld Spaniard,' things:" Their personal property must sez I. 'Do ye think I do be goln out have amounted to considerable, for on washin and scrubbin from daylight their arrival at Jerusalem they con- till me hands Is covered wid corns, an' tributed $400,000 in gold aud silver for me back is bruk, to bring up a bye fer tho rebuilding of the temple. V. 7. je? Ye was always a thafc,' sez I. 'Vc "Cyrus the king brought forth the ves- used to stale wood, now ye're stalln sels of the house of the Lord:" Nebu- byes.' chadnezzar little thought thnt lie was "'He's 16!' sez he. unconsciously preserving the sacred " 'It's lyin ye ar,' sez I. 'He's not 19. vessels of Israel in a safe and inviolable but yo shouldn't have him If he was 60! stronghold, till the day when Jehovah There's byes here that I've knowed would bring about the restoration to since they were born, and some of his people. V. 8. "Hy tho hand of thlm's not over thwllve.' Mlthredath:" (given by, or dedicated to "An he began sbnkln', an' sez he: M it lira, the He had these 'Ye're mistaken, ma'am! I don't let in treasures In his charge "Sheshbazzar" any byes under 161' The Persian name of "Howld on,' sez I. An' I marched out, V. an' wint down the strate till I met OffZcrubbabel ("Horn In Uabylon"). . . . were five icer Grane. 11. "All the vessels thousand aud four hundred." This is " 'Here,' sez I, 'I want ye to go itp to more than double the sum of tho pre owld Hoppe's.' ceding numbers 2,409. It Is probable " 'He's a Jolly fellow, an' he Isugtml, that only the lnrgcr or more costly ves- an sez he: 'Will ye go w!d me, Mrs. sels were numbered In detail. HennessyV' IV. The Iteturn. The numbers are "'Indadc I will,' sez I. given in 2:64, 63 as about 50,000, of "Then we wint In, an' I sez: whom 42,300 were householders, and " 'Officer, look here at this owld thafe 7,337 were servants. Among them was ar the world, wid u lot of little byes a company of 200 singers (2;CS, 70). "If that he's robbin' an' spilin'l Ye ought g we may trust later traditions, the to sliuthlin upr out of the 'Captivity' for Palestine "An tbo byes set up a laugh, as.' the wan joyous in the extreme. (Head Psa. officer whishperrd: 'Hush, now, Mrs. 120.) Hennessy, yer bye Isn't here, ye'd betPRACTICAL. ter say no more, or Hoppe might nave The afflictions of God's people are yez arristed fer dlsturbln' the pace!' blessings lit disguise, like bitter medi " 'Ah, officer,' aez I, 'It's a grate thing cines to bring back health. is, an' not bo tuk In by the Gods promises are certain of fulfill- - the law mind! An' It's a ijlnerous country incut. However dark the night, the we have, that sez to all the loafers of the dawn comes wheu God's hour strikes. world, like this Qerinun Dutchman: God fulfill Ills promises in the most give us a here, Coine along unexpected ways, and brings relief bit of money, overyez ran in' traps for set an' sources, like lightning from unforeseen nil the byes, an we'll build big. ihtrang out of a clear sky. put 'em in whin ye've spiled 'em; Note and take comfort in Uod s won- - Jails to protect derfultrnnsformlngpower. liecbanged an we'll kape a polace force tothey say yez, an' to a. rlat the mothers if the scatttrea exues into a nation, a any thin' sgin It " An' no w, et I, 'I've stock from which should grow the.new gireye warnln'. Me bye comes here bo kingdom of Goe much-knowinmuch-bestowinBPAK-IAHDI" 5-'s .a sun-god- ). set-lin1 in motherl' "An', ses I: 'It's ye, Jlmmle, that's makln' a show ar yer mother, an' her workln' like a slave an' skltnpln'herfct' slud ye an' Tom wid food an' clothrs her like this. to school, an' ye Do je think yer poor father would rlst In his grave till he'd glvsyeahldin'lf he knowed how ye was brraUn' me heart this day?' "Ihlt., ma'nm, I Just bruk down, an cried like me poor heart would brrnk. It' a good disposition the bye hns, an' he looked shnmed like, nn' sez he: " 'It's a mane rnskll I nm, mother. I do be ashamed nv mysel', an 1 won't go thrre no more.' An' the little lad come 'round, an' sez he: 'Don't cry, mother! We'll behave oursrl's, an' tnkc care of yez like n Indy.ylt.' "An' thin we had a bit ar supper, but I couldn't rlst, ma'am, an' nflhrrn little I put on m things nn' wint to sea the parlnts ar some ar tha byes that lived In the tlnlrolnta near by. I wint to three places, but do ye know, ma'am, they didn't seem to cnrrl Some of tha women jlst lnughed an' snld: 'Don't yez be cnrln', Mrs. Hennessy !' An' one place they had a can of brer on tin table, nn' the man set In his chnir an' schmnkrd like a cttlmncy, an' sez he: Oh, well, Mrs. Hennessj-- , they must be somewhere, an' bjes will be'byes.' "'So they will, Mr. O'tlrady,' sez I, 'an' I won't quarrel wid 'em fer that; but they needn't be dlvlls, an they will be it they splnds their time In gamblln1 nnd srhmokin' an' drlnklnT An' sura I wint home In disgust after that swlrh. "An' now Jlmmie's liehavln' fine! It's studyln' hard he Is, and he don't go out no more nights! Ye'd laugh, ma'am, to see' the lllgant manners ar some ar the byes when I come along. Sometimes they do he fool In' on the strate, but whin they see me they lift their caps as perllte ns If I was Missis McKtnlry, and say: 'How do yc do, Mrs. Hrnnessy?' an Officer Grane, he shakes his fat sides wid laughtn nn' sez: 'Mrs. Hennessy, yez ought to lie on the forre; ye're worth more nor all the polace to lape tbfngs siitralght.' An' ma'am, owld Hoppe ses I splletl his business an' be don't bet washin' his windy s no more, so I can't see in; an' faith, ma'am, they do tie thick wid dirt!" Margaret J. llldnell, in Union Signal. JIMMY CONTRIBUTED A DIME. 9fgtti1td htrurltUs in your Nood sovt tttds of distAst of which you my never pet rid. If your blood Is even the least bit Impure, do not deUy, bxit Mt Hood's StrsArrilt t once. In to doing there Is safety: In delAy there Is dtnaer. Be sure to get Hoot? s Sr-sapm'- And only Hood's, because (J&od6 SaMatmi&i www mmtmmmmtmmmmmmmmtm ISiaaaaaawaasiil I I mil mmmmmmtl PLIGHT OF A BASHFUL MAN. He Won I it Have (lone If He Coat Have ftummnneit I p Cnnraaa to Ask for Ilia Hal. . "I slwsys was a Udifiil sort of a fellow when I v.as )uutiz," said Ansnisi Knher, as he patird his plate for the third piece of pie, He wss dinini out with friends and wiihed them to understand his tiiixr. piece nf pie such as Tueka housekeepers male. "I was rallwft, out on rill-dio- it street, and when I went in 1 fotzot sll about pu'tinz mr hat nn the rack in the hall, and carried it into the parlor with me. I put it on a sofa, and when the lady of the home tame in she said Minn dre do' sod sat her ViVI ounda down on that hat. " '1 )"ur pardon,' I said. "'Why, what's the miller?' she a iked, for I iue I looked kind ot bewildered. "'(), nothing,' I answered. '1 just got a stltct, in my heart.' wis broken of that habit before I W4 23. It wai either a esse of get over It or Uy all iiinht, and I zot over It, hn aid. as his plate was returned with a tood "Hut I siud when she tot up I'rould wirW that oat, but she talked snd talked. "It rot along to nine o'rlM-k- , and I knew I oujlit to go. but I was too bashful In sar anything, so I luit waited. Thru the clock itruik trn, and I knew 1 was staying too long, but 1 rtiulil not get that hat. "We went on talking, and I theught that ladr "il it moonlight?' aitcd the 'JW pound laid. said it was, and knew the wantnlme In io. but I did not have the nerve In ask or that hat. Ju.t sa the dock itruck II ahr blurted out ' Wbv don't vou sot' " 'I will if yuu will give me that hat,' I "I "'What hat?' "Where la it?' I have r.rvrr "Mr hat.' "Thete was tny hat, snd it livoked much sat uiop, but tiu more than that woman. bashful lipee then." Ilurluijtcn Hawkrvr. "'You are sitting on it.' " 'MeV and she jumped up, ltn A FAIR DEMONSTRATION. Ther Were SatliHr.! tlip Tlilna Coald II Dust, Hat br tons One Else. Mark Train and his fnend, Rer. Joseph II. Twitched, oner planned a luryrle rule from Hartford, Conn, ttheir home), to lkntuti. and wrote lrlrehand to u acquaintance to the latter city, telling him their line of route snd what time he might cix-c- t to see thrm arrive. The apKMntrd time was an ideal one for a Inng tun, and the two friends started ipnte early tu th morning. Hut neither ol them was accustomed to long nde, so after 12 or IS miles bad been ridden, it lcame apparent that each of the riders was waiting tor the other to sar something, finally Twain said, as tbey came in sight of the railway station in a smatl town they had entered. "Let's takt the train the ml of tha way." Of course Mr. Twitehell agreed, sod so the acquaintance in lloiton was surprised by seeing the two friends walk up to his door about one o'clock in the afternoon. Ha had not elected them till evening, hut ha greeted them warmly, snd addressing Mr. Twitcbell, said: " ell, you wide pretty good time, didn't rou?" "Ob, fairly g.voo time for novices," was the reply. "What time did you leave Hartford?" hi siked of Mr. Clemens. "Aliout seven s. in." "What, you don't mean to sar that yoa have ridden all the way from tlartfonf to liostnn on your Inrrclrs!" "No," replied Msrk Twain, "but we rods fsr enough to demonstate that it could be done." Detroit Free Press. Big Four Niagara Falls Ksriiralon. On Augunt IS the lllg fuiir route will run their anuual esrurslon to Niagara Kails.. The rata will 1 only 17 flora either Cincinnati or lniilanaIU with rvrroinding-l- y Conoect-ln- g low rates from other points. line will sll eicurvlon tleiets via tha HiK Four route, for full Information call on your loral ageut or atldriM, Warren J, Lynch, 0 P A . Illg Four roots, Cincinnati. O. If yon hsve rour own way see way is rsght. Atrhuon Ololie, Jakany Had None anil There Was a Coaaertlnn Itetnera tha Two Cases. A Sunday-schoo- l class for boys Is likely In be nltout a cosmopolitan an aggregation as can be found in small numbers. This one was. Hoys from many stations in life were thrre, and at collection time the proudest chap In the claas was Jimmy, the saloonkeeper's A nickel or a copper was the boy. usual contribution from the majority, but Jimmy nlways loomed up with distinction about that time, for he never failed to drop in at least a dime. Hut there wss one poor little fellow who always nsed to shrink up In his clothes when the plato was passed around, as though trying to hide his embarrassment. The other boys no tlced it, of course, but no one said anything until Jimmy'a astonishment overcame him one day, and, pointing to him he blurted out: "He doesn't put The little fellow shrank further into the corner. A tear waa in his eye, foi ie had been toying with the plate and bad seen the dime that Jimmy had dropped. His own Initials were scratched 0n the little silver piece. It was one that he hsd kept for many, many months, till one day his father took It from him and spent it in the barroom that Jimmy'a father keeps. Detroit Pre Press. TEMPERANCE TIDINGS. in!" thatysar Licenses for 33 saloons and seven breweries have already been granted In ham's Vegetable Compound. Alaska under the new high license law. Indifference to the wickedness of tin littis to Has. riNiaau so. 97,(49 liquor business is too large a sin to " I feel It my duty to wrlto and thank leave room for ample piety In any man, you for what your Vegetable Comlever. pound has dona for me. It Is the only Scotland has 727 churches using tin. medicine I hava found that has dons fermented wine at the communion serv- roe any good. Hoforo taking your mediice, an Increase, of CO over the previous cine, J wns all run down, tired all tbo year. time, no appetite, pains in my buck and School copy books have been Issued bearing down pains and a greut sufin llelglum. by the ferer during mcnstruutlon. After takleague, with covers carrying temper- ing two buttles of Lydla II. PlnUlioiu'a Vcgutablu Compound I felt llko a nuvr ance pictures nnd statistics. Dolled cabbage Is claimed to be a woman. I am now on my fourth lwttlo cure for drunkenness. It is recorded and all my pains hnvo left me. I feel that the ancient Kgyptlana ate boiled better than I hnvo felt for thrco yearn cabbage before their other food if tlicy and would recommend your Compound to every suffering woman. I hope this Intended to drink wine after dinner. It Is now accepted as an established letter will help others to find a euro Mus. Della actuarial fact by every Insurance com- for their troubles." pany In England (says Mr. W. B. Cnlnc) IlKVilCKKA, llENSSELAKIl, Imj, that the average life of the total nl The serious Ills of women develop stnlncr is nine years longer than that from neglect of early symptoms. Krcry of the moderate drinker. pain nnd uchef has At the recent convention of the 1 ! warning they givo a cutiso, and the should not bo disreassociation ut garded. iiosh Pharmaceutical Danville, It was proposed that a law be Mrs. l'inkham understands theaa passed causing any druggist to forfeit troubles than his pharmacy license who sold liquor alclun andbetter give any local phy will every woman free except on physicians' prescriptions. adrico who Is puzzled shout' her A missionary said to a sea captalnt health. Mrs. Pinkham'a address U "What is your cargo?" "New Kngland Lynn, Mass. Don't putolt wrltlnguntll rum," waa the response. "Nothirvt health is completely brel;ea down. more?" queried the missionary. "O, Write at tho first indication of trouble. yes," was the lsconlo reply of the captain, "a case of lllblcs." Word and 11 Conqueredi Health Re stored by Lydla E. Pink Pain County (0.) Herald Work. To license a mrn to shoot his neighbors down would be a heinous crime, and do civilized community would tolerate it; the same reasoning ought to apply to the saloon, and does when we look the matter In tha face. Wayne CARTERS INK railways use. THE RACE PRODLKM. aswaasaaaaaaassstasaaan OEN. JiMINEZ ARRESTED. A TICKED PIVK CENTURIES. Tlie I'amane Morten LAWYER'S ODD CLIENT. In II lllship f. y I I II. Itoleer, uf Tessa, Hat a hro , Colon Ihom and Kreel N,ero Male. Jnitea boat In Mil from I If n fagos t'apl, Slaniprr A tr ltanlail llliu-Na- re It la an Outraga, of the of the lla Mae riorU Hat Kept Time for Tnvvn (IIO DM Did Not U'nnl Advice, lint Paid for tty ft going the roumlt nf (tolf m.ttch hetwen llev. I)r Slerret snd Justice HarA a A Profane Silence, rears. Ihe Privilege nl Tnlltlna for fluo llnar, Auy. 19. -- Al the meeting of the colored men's ronretillon Friday, Illaliop U It. llnltcj-- , of Texan, pro- Hiea to the members an entlrolr new schemo for the solution of the race problem. IIU Idea la to hare the Ne ' (jroea build up a ie,araU rorernment or their own, but Initead of dcportlnir them to Africa, aaatlrocaied by HUhop i urner, of Ueorffla, ho would hate thli mecca, of the colored man located with GiiiCAno, I Havana, Aug. lu. -- In view fact that Col. llacallao, chief Ihlt te United State a, Jllihop llolity explains hli propott tlon at follows: There U but one way to sole thli problem and that Ii separation and cirreeatlon. That It, the Negro race mutt occupy a ttate or ttatet and hold territory to UiemsclTfs. To make rooTf merit erTectlre 1,500,000 toI-t- rs thould algn a petition to congress lo Mt apart a tuftlclent amount of the public domain with proper IrgltlatUe restrictions by which a ttate or ttatet may be erected which wilt be distinct- ly Negro states hating all the rights, powers, privileges, function! and po. litlcal facllltlet given other ttatet In the union. If this can be accomplished the black man would derive all the benefit and adrnalagei fordeTelopmtnt that make people Intelligent, thoughtful and noble. cerced. and would relieve the aouth of many a tide Issue In the tocial and po litical world. When aiked what portion of the United State had been telected by the advocates of the scheme, HUhop Holier replied: "Oklahoma and New Mcktro have been mention, but we have not got to far with the project that wo feel In a petition to telrcl any parlicultr territory. " ON M. ttate or ttatet would teltle the great problem at far at the Negro It con The removal of the Negro to tuch a CONDITION. Uueiln Hill Sarreader oa lilt Dm Cm- dlllaae ml Itereeea lo Ararl Thai , rrapaeed Uf Ilea. Jaco,aey, Paws, Aug. 10. -- M. Ouerln decided Kriday night to energetically maintain hit own propoiltlont and refuted to accept those proposed by (Jen. Jacouey. M. litierin't decision not to surrender wat delivered after a deputation of the national defense group had waited on him and Informed him of the contents of the note. ficn. Jacquey and M. Kirmln i'aure, sctnl-ofllcl- revisionist and anti-Semit- a deputy from Orun, Algeria, had numerout In terviewt during tho day with mem bers of the chamber of deputlet and tecrcl police, pcrtlsted In hit dcclara tton that Oen. Junii laltlor Jlmine, tho aspirant to the presidency uf Snnto Domingo, waa In Havana, cither not having left or having returned the military authorities telegraphed to Cienfuegoa Instructing Capt. Stamper, collector of cuttoms there, to ascertain whether Jlmlner. wat on the Mcncndez tteamer and to take him under arrest If that thould be the case. Jutt' at the steamer wat about leav Ing Cleuftiegot, Capt. Stamper located Jlmlnez and arretted him. Jlminei denounced the arrett at an outrage. He tald he had broken no law and would not yield except to force. Capt. Stamper replied that ha was ready to use force If necessary and Jlmlnez then yielded, remarking that he did to only because he could not help himself. Senor Frlat, major of Cienfuegoa, ro- fused to make the arrest, claiming that (Jen. Jlmlnez was an old perianal friend, whom he had known intimately for years. When Jlmine wat taken into cuitody, Senor Frlat wat found with a police Inspector In close conver sation with Jlmlnez and the latter't secretary; It is believed thn mayor was urging him to leave the steamer, to conceal himself and to wait for a bet ter opportunity. Capt, Stamper informed Jlmlnez that he woul I make him as comfortable as possible, and after Jlmlnez and lilt secretary had packed their trunks they were driven, accom panied by tho chief uf police and Capt. Stamper, to the Union lintel, where two bedrooms and a diningroom wcro plarctl atthelrdlsHsal. Gen. Jlmlnez will be kept under po lice charge until further advices are. received from the governor general. There la much excitement among the pcoplo of Clenfugon over the affair. The sentiment it generally expressed that the authorities had no right to arrett Jlmlnez. an unarmed citizen, going apparently to Santiago de Cuba, and the point la even mailo that If he were going to San llomlngo, he would only be returning to hit unlive country. Senor Aybor, a representative, of Jlmlnez, left Clcnfurgot for Santiago de Cuba last Tuesday, after remaining it tho former place ten days. It Is be lieved he tried to fit out nu expedition, as a small schooner was found lying outside the harbor, supposed to bo awaiting a cargo of ammunition. Aybor had taken out clcarauce papers for Key West several days before. OFF THE BrFdGE. forlloa of a rasaenrer Train oa tha Kan. aa CI I jr. I'lllsbarc anil Hair Hall-raa- d Goal Into l.lttle lllvrr. also with J'remler Waldeck-Rousieawhereupon (Jen. Jacquey tnbmltted hit proposition for surrender. It It now tald M. I.atlet, deputy from the Condon dlttricl of the (leers. hat decided to discontinue further ne gotiations with M. (luerin. (len. who it a republican member of the chamber of deputlet. It alto discouraged and haa left Paris. A note ittued Friday night says: "Having consideration for humanity above all other things, the govern ment from the beginning discarded tho Idea of storming SI. Guerin's houte or the aetmre of the accused by mere force. Measures for preventing M. Ouerln from communicating with the outside world, at well at preventing or dispersing all assemblages, will be maintained, however, aa long at possible." I'ahia, Aug. 10, A ttrlct blockade hat been established In the Rue De Chnbrol and the authorlllct Saturday morning begun a regular tlege of the houte In which M. Ouerln and hlsanti-Semit- e coltcaguca havo entrenched Jac-qur- y, teml-ofHci- Gulf railroad went Into l.lttlo river, SO miles north of here. A twitch engine, with crew, hat left for tho scene. Tho wreck It between stations, and It a not known how much of the train went off the bridge. It la known. however, that the baggage, express and mail cart went lu Trxarkaxa, Tor., Aug. 10. A met. tage hat Just been received here to tho passenger effect that a train on the Kansas City, Pittsburg .t north-bound York Ik Shamrock at Nrw Vona, Aug. to. Tho Sham rock, the Ilritish yacht that is to com pete for the American cup, arrived at ftew jork Friday. After tho yachts had anchored In the upper bay Capt. Archie Hogarth, of the Shamrock, tald: The Shamrock behaved beauti fully. I am more than satisfied with her. In fact, 1 am delighted, beoauao my most tangulne anticipations havo been more than realized. Hut I will tay Uil i, that gleeful as 1 am with tho themselves. behavior of the boat, I waa more surprised with tho generout reception HORRIBLE MURDER. which the got from the tfmo that wc I'p from a 11am Rafter al were abreast of Sandy Hook." tor "I Murray Clljr-Two- Arretted and Held on laiptclon. O., MvnnAr Car, George Eimko, 14, was found dead In a barn by hit sister Friday. Saloonltt John N tract, hit ttepfathcr, sent him out to feed the horses. The voting man being at the barn to long, hit sitter went out to see what waa wrung, finding him dead In the haymow. Foul play waa suspected. Fcarch wat made and a rope, was fouud, Itlclt allowed that the boy had been hanged and cut down. At tho coroner's Inquest It waa found .that the boy's neck wat broken. Marks trounil tho neck alto ahow prlnta of tho rope. Two men were tren at the barn jutt before the boy wat found. Two arrettt have been made, Itubo and Mohlon banning, from New l'ltts-burO. They were teen to go through tho saloon toward the barn. Marahal Wiu. Channels, a Surtos City deputy, made the arrests. Aug. 19. g, Glornl Mot Ilia Assasaln. Remkes, Aug, 19. Glorot, who claim to have been the man who attempted to assassinate M. I.abori, was brought to Rennea Friday evening. Col. l'i'c- I SI quart, M. Gast and others who saw the IDTAIOKS New, per brl I SJ u would-be- , CHICAGO. assassin, declare Glorot waa Kt.Ol'lt-Wln1U a not the man. The prisoner hat writ UUAI.N ter Wheal ti.uent (A No. : rnl.,.,. mt No X Cblcuco stirloir. ten a letter to tho police making an " roit.v n. Nu ; a alleged confession and glorifying In DATS-Nsi o J (t) It the crime. The doctors say ho It In I'OIIK m. Mni l.AUP-SlciI 14 it Arri.KH-Chnlrsursncv . -- A Junior member of a Dearborn street law firm, reports the Chicago Tribune, tells t li 1st story of one of hit first clients: "I had just been appointed Junior member of the firm and relieved the older members by looking after the minor cases. One day n man called at the ofllcc and Inquired if 1 could give him an hour of my time and what would be the cost, I told him, and he accepted the term, but added: " This It not to be a consultation, I do not, want advice or assistance. 1 know perfectly well what I am going to do, but I want to talk. I have no friend to whom I can unburden myself, but If 1 ay you to listen I shall have a right to talk to you freely for the time agreed upon.' "I agreed to this strnngc proposition and appointed an hournt noon the following day. The man enmr promptly, and I took out cigars and told the ofHce boy we were not to be disturbed for an hour, "'Mind,' the man said, 'I don't want you to Interrupt me. I am paying you to listen.' "Then he began. For one hour he talked nt one who never In his life had unburdened himself to a sympathetic listener. I llntened without saying a word. When the clock hi ruck one the man ceased talking, paid his fee, took AMERICAN GIRL'S RETORT. up his hat nnd walked out. "Six months later, looking over the tier Quick Wit and Knowledge ar dally paper, the story of a suicide at Frrarh One HI nod Her la one of the hotels attracted my attenGoad Ulead. tion. The name was thnt of my talkAa one of our countrywomen waa ative client. I have nlwajs believed going down the rather narrow stain that If he had had some one to tnlk to that lead from the house to the gar- again he would not have committed den, at the American embassy, she met suicide." three or four young attaches of forHER PENCIL GAVE HER AWAY. eign legations, who were entire strangers to her, aays the St. Louis Their politeness Induced This C.lrl llelmre.l Her Cnlllna; r Wearlnar II In Iter them to stand aside for her to pass, Hair. but their courtesy did not prevent their making audible personal comments. A girl attired In a white .Marseilles They seemed to toke it for granted finish a tailor-mad- e that French wis nu unknown tongue to suit that had the aisle of one of the ui Iked down Americans. "Look at her yellow dress; It't very theaters one night recently with the air of a princrss just in from her summer pretty," said No. 1. palace. She was nccompanlcd by n "Yes, but she haa on white gloves," young man it ho had an opulent appearannounced No. 2. ance. The girl sank Into an orchestra "Sho hot good teeth," said No. 3. "And an enormous mouth," added t linlr, adjusted her glass, and tried to look bored, while her escort glanced No. 4. nt the boxes, soys the Chlcngo Inter "And she understands French perfectly," said the owner of the enornors Ocean. The women In the row back of the mouth, turning suddenly upon them, "and would like to aay that hrr ir two" Imposing young persons seemed to are eten bigger than her mouth." This , be Impressed. They studied the brald- Icc ou the girl s ttnite l.ton jacket, and In French and with auch an nlr of jiving Impersonal Information to nobody furitlvely admired the scarf on her In ttartlcular, that It waa quite ns If sailor hat. They whispered approving ahe had been kindly helping strangers comments on the summer costume. Then the curtain went up, and the glrj to Information out of a guide book. The men had Jutt enough presence of removed her headgear. The leading lady had Just appeared mind to flee the premises. when one of the women back of the girl clutched her companion's arm and Whr Women Fish I Senalrknras. whispered: "Are women more subject to "Cashl" than men?" An Atlantic capThere was a piercing acorn In her tain replies: "Yes, but. on the other hand, they stand It better. A woman tone that made It carry. The girl In struggles up to the point of drpalr white heard It nnd spasmodically put her right hand up to the coll of pretty agalntt the what I might call the Im propriety or the thing. She Itn't so blonde hair. Then she flushed a painf ul much tortured by the pangs nt the Is crimson. Stuck among the shell hairpins was n worried by the prospect of becoming disheveled, haggard and draggled. She bit of lead pencil with n piece of soiled nglitt against It to the latt and keeps rubber In the end. The horrid women up appearances at iongaaabe con hold who hod envied her ns the possible daughter of a millionaire had guessed up her head." that she was a clerk In a downtown deTrpbotd from Files. partment store. Dr. U. 0. Howard, the entomologist WHY HE WEPT. of the agricultural department, It credited by a Washington correspondent with saying that It Is the Judgment of Ilia Mother Toil! Ihe Cholilir Urchin Whrrt ana How lie llnd the highest authorities that a considerHern llnrt. able part of the typhoid In camps during the Spanish war waa due to the A very fat little boy with chubby legs flit, which carried the contagion. that stuck out at right angles from hla watermelon-shapebody sat In a THE MARKETS. His fond Georgetown enr one day. mamma was engrossed In "saya ihe-InCincinnati. Auk. l. nnd "says being" with her com1 XS Q. S Chunk made 10 re oi puicnrrs. tti 00 panion, nnd Masterlike to look out up CAt.Vr.S Fslr lo trnol light.. 1UI 111 of his mind that he'd 3 (0 tit 4 u lKHJSCore ssd bcarjr XII jeU packers. 4 do O 4 70 the window. He rolled over and 1.1 tht. thinners 4 1 0 dt 4 U Washclimbed up SHI.EP-Cbo- lct 10 IH U4 a) ington Tost. on the scat, taya the I.AMHS Spring 1)0 kt KLOUIt-Wln- ter patent Si tt eo "Kow, don't do thnt," sold mamma. UUA1- Wheal No. : red..... U 71 No. J red u 67 "You know you've had one nwful fall Corn No. 5 mlicJ...,.,.. It v doing that, so sit right down." Data No 5 aM "Where did I fall, ma?" he piped, lite- No. : u 10 5J HAY l'llmo to rholce shrilly. ss ritllVIHlDNS-MePork "In the street car." (t 5 ID I.atd. - ., IlUlTKIt- Choice dslrr IJ i:il "Did I hurt myself?" he asked. Q Ciiolra rreamrrr ctis-todl- on Globe-Democrd LIVKSTOCK-Csttle.common.l Itauen, one of the principal cities of Frnnr. nnd Ihe greatest trat of Its cot-to- n manufacture, possesses the oldest public clock In the world. The great Kotien clock hat held lit place In that city for 510 yean nnd la the pride of Ita citizens. J'Inred In 1389, It has been running without Interruption from thnt day to Ihlt, requiring nothing except cleaning ond a few trifling repairs of lit accessory pnrtt. The great clock had so accustomed the citizens to look upon Its exactitude aa a matter of course that when. In 1472, the breaking of a wire prevented Ita sounding five o'clock one morning, the .population wat In n state of consternation. The magistrates summoned Ihe anlllnnme rrtlt and remonstrated gravely with him. Until 1712 the great clock bad no pendulum. For 323 yeara It had no other regulator thnn a "foliot," an apparatus unknown to the majority of modern clockmakrrs. The pendulum In clockwork was Introduced In JCS9. but so well satisfied were the people of Rouen with the timekeeping qualities of their famous old clock that 53 years were allowed to pass before n pendulum waa substituted for the "foliot." Equipped with this new apparatus it has continued to thlsdny to strike the hours and chime the quar-te- r. lan nf the t'mted Ststci upremertirt, The Incident occurred at Cheyy ('hae (lolf club, one nf the prominent organizations nrsr Washington, during a nietlmit thee two ardent golfers. The doctor discovered tbst his lull teed up in ttntpttng aiyie lor a line nrastie anot, ami, with the utmost delilxratlnn, he went thrmizh With effort--miss- ed . I the preliminary "wsftales," and with a sti-preme the ball. For fully a. minute he gartd at the tantalizing: sphere ' wiinmu miffing a worn. At length .ln tlce Harlan remarked solemnly) "Doctor, that was the most profane silence 1 ever listened to." Pittsburgh Ditpatch. Urn In M'nrk anil llierelse. been declared that three hours of brain woik will destroy more brain tissue than a whole day of physical cxrcie. America it filled with men and women who earn their living by their brains, llnstet-tcr'- t b'tomach Hitters makes the mind active snd vigorous. This medicine Is a tonic, an sppetizer, and a sure cure for djrcp-la- . It has a fifty years' record of cures. See that a private Revenue Stamp covers the seek of the bottle. It hat An Excellent Combination. cITccta nlcnMint method nnd beneficial well known remedy, oi Srmri- or Firm, mrnifituturcd by the Califoiima Fin Svniir Co.. illustrata tho viluu of obtaining the liqu laxative principles of plnnbt known to bo medicinally lnxntlro and presenting them in the form most refreshing to tho tnsto nnd acceptable to thn system. It Cut it Swell. Is tho onu perfect strengthening laxaEmployer I suppoie you rut quite a swell tive, cleansing the Kvstrin effectually, hall last night, dispelling coldi, hcmlaclu-- ond fevers st the African citizens' George? gently yet promptly nnd enabling ono Scorge Washington 'Deed I did, litnh to overcome habitual constipation perlirown. Dey wah a duJe niggah waitah who manently. Its Ierfect freedom from , an' I cut him dun tried t flivrt wit my every objectlonnble quality and sub-deep, I did. Mah razah rcn t'nly hab a keen atance, and its nctlng on the kidneys, tiilgf. Ohio State Journal. liver nnd bowels, without wenkening or irritating them, make It the ideal Ladles Can IVenr Slhoea laxative. , Ono slzo smaller after uslug Allen's In the process of manufacturing figs a powder for tho feet. It makes tight are used, ns they nro pleasant to tho or now shocn easy. Cures swollen, hot, taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho sweating, aching feet. Ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At nil drugplsta nnd shoe remedy arc obtained from senna and stores. Sic. Trial package FHER bv mall. other aromatic plants, by a method known to the! California Fio Stjiup Address Alien H. Olmstod, Lo Iloy, li. Y, Co. only. In order to get Us beneficial effects and to nvoid imitations, plcasa Wouldn't Take Any Clmnees. rcmcmbcrthe full name of the Company A certain Nauvoo woman asiurcd hcrliui-banthat she never told him s lie nnd never printed on the front of every package. would. He told her that he did not doubt it, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. but would hereafter cut a notch in the piano BAM FRANCISCO. CAL when he knew the deceived him. "No you IOOT8VU.I.X. KT. NEW YORK. If. T. won't!" she screamed; "I'm not going to Vor tale by all Druggists. Price 50c per bottl. have my piano ruined." Chicago Inter - 'It.' ic s Foot-Ease- d Ocean. The llest Prescription for Chllla Chill Tonic. His simplylronandntilnincia and Fever Is a bottlo of Grove's TSTr.Lr..ss W. L. DOUGLAS S3&S3.50 SHOES Worth AIL LEATHERS. aUstclcssform. Nocuro no pay. rrlce,50c. An nzplnnntlon. "It strikes me this ice water is dirty," tsid a Cincinnati hotel guest. ""Hully gee!" riclsimed the bellboy, as he looked in the pitcher, "I belcher de porter forgot ter wash it," Chicago Kvcning ""'J?" STTLFS 4 to S8 comparts with Indorsed by over l.ooo.ooo wearers. ALL other masts. News. To Cnro at Calil la Ono Day Take Lnxatlvo Ilromo Qulnlna Tablets. All druggists refund money if It falls to euro. 25c Lady A gentleman called, you say? Did he leave any name? Parlor Maid Oh. yes'm. He laid it was Tilt ClirlSS ! W. U Dalu' asaa aa prtra tuaaaa aa tattaw. Take no ssbstltnta cUlraM to be ss frnod. Lament maken of s.1 snd S3JV) shoes In tti world. Yourdeslershoaldkeai them It not, we will send Jon a natron reeHr-- of price. State kind of leslher, site and width, plain or cap lo. Catatloena II Free. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE C- O- Brockton, Mail. Left Ills Some. Ilotton Traveler. Immaterial. CONSTIPATION "I bare som 14 day a tt a time wltheat as taoTeaacat or tho bawele, not helm able to moio tbem except br utlni hot water Injection. Chronic coottlpsiloa for saren years placed ma In this terrible condition) durlmlhst time I did everything'! heard of but never found tnr relief; inch using CASCAUETH I watmrcato until I began passages a tiar. and if t now hve from one to three was rich I would give I10O 00 for each rnore mnt 11 AVLUEnUIICNT. Is such a relief.' 1(39 BusmU Us. IH trolt. slick. CANDY jsy Hall's Catarrh Car Is taken Internally. Price 75c. There Now! She "If 1 were to die you would never get another wife like me." He "What makes you think I'd ever want another like you!" Wasp. Do you know how to vcash? Well then you know how to dye, that is if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Just boil the goods with the dye, that's all. Do you want to be unique? Learn to tell the facts in a story without any embellishments. Atchison Globe. Cure is the medicine to break up children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. U. Sprague, Wsih., March 8, '01. lllunt, A man who can be fooled the same way four timet it a fool. Atchison Globe. wirtKiic S4AJVN Pito't TSA0I SjIOraTfRSO Plestsnt. Palslabla, Potent. Tttto Good. Do 3ood, Nerer Bitten, Weaken, or Urlpe, 10c, ao,li)o. ... ItarUai KaaaSf Caaaaar, Cklest, Baatnal, 10001 of UNSOLICITED CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Ira lata. M TESTIMONIALS SAi I'ermanentlf earea all Iteblna. Horning. Healer, ticatpandttklD IMseaaas. socb as Halt llnenm. Hcald l!ed. Chilblains, lllet. Iluras. Baar Human. 1 land mil. Itching Scalp, s'allloc llalr ttblckenlhg and making It twtt, Hllky. snd Lotart-ant- ). All Fare Kruptlons (producing a Soft. Clear, lteautlfnl Httn and Completion). It contains do lcad. Sulphur. Cantharldea or anything Injarlooa. An aasr. great taller. Ladf eaaTaaaata makesjt malt Oa.Canllsrla to K& a dar. DniggliU Doesrourheadache? Palnbackof youreyes? Bad taste Inyourmouth? It's your llverl Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipations headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 2 Sc. All druggists. rica M.csr nnnv unuAU'Q nvc for. tho era uuumiiuiirtrria. u Hititeownisxi a. a uiu aa rrs a. tMuaara. a . IftlNar .., m J a.T'i?."i!5?l&. KitifaKKS? EDUCATIONAL. NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares for Government Academies and Colleraa. Full Commercial A- - in M tiur.e. Major 11. F. HTArT. WtST LKHANOM. N. 11. VTsot jonr moustache or beard a basuUf al aoan uaw Drown or A. N. 1V11E.V K.- -E 1774 WKITIXO TO ADVERTISERS please atate that yau saw tha Advertl- sacnt la lata paper. N- -- to-da- MfiErfn SSraT HOFFEH'S M Aids Digestion, Regulates TEETHINA liw Bowels, ' HaiesTeettdrEoSj. ReUeiet tbfl ill X I 40 ii 7JV S 31 tin 31 8 line. a I NBW YOllK. Tallow Jack at Tort Llmon, Costa Itlea. Wabiiikotox, Aug. 10. Surgeon Gen eral Wyman wat Friday notified by Surgeon Carton, stationed at I'ort ilmon, Cotta Rica, of tho appearance of one caau uf yellow fever at that place Thli la ono uf tho eight American ports, at which tho murine hospital tervico hat an official ttatloncd to report promptly on tho appcaranc of yellow fever. This It the first that haa been reported at any of the fruit porta patent tOHS Sinned HYK , OATS. MlieJ . I'DHIi,. Neaj Mats l.Alll) Western Kl.Ol'U-Wn- trr WltKAT-Nu.S- ml 170 No ill M to U t . 8 74 O n t sjh a iJH 7J' -- 1IA1.TIMOUK. KI.OITIC -- Family UltAIN Wucav-N- o. Siiulhrrn Corn Ml ted , Ilut'attt rortlen Destroyed. Hour, Ida., Aug. 19. The town of I'lacervllle, in liolte county, was wiped out by fire. The butlneta portion of tho place wat dettroyed and most of The loss It estimated the residences. at 1350,000. Ilrst tan KefltneaSt fall. Washington, Aug. 19. The number of enlisted men Thursday was S09, making a total of 14,439. Even with the discharges that have been made there are a tufilclent number to fill tht first ten regiments. VIA Dll VsT P. sT8 0. W Ola.ma. THE t'pael the Actors' (irnrltr, 4li NaSahllo. ', lto-N- u 3 extern it Ut4 A funny Incident happened during a rATTl.K Klrst ciimlltjr ... .... 4 ft) it ft (XI ern 4 V0 tt 6 10 performance of "fnbclh" In Dublin. R0UND TRIP scene, when the In Ihe INDIANAPOLIS. UltAIN -- Wheat NuSred (i mi nurse and the doctor appear on the Corn No. S iiiUikI II 31 VIA ItAIL TO TOLEDO AND AN 8lO MILK LA1CK TItlP. this teaton. stage together and confabulate with Oats Six if Mliixl,,, U 31 At Verr Low Rates havo boon arranged lo "THB SOO," one another, n loud voice suddenly UHJlbVU.U:. Tha Chlldran Kafa. I OIUU Tw!nr DULUTH, "THE 8NOWS," und HARBOR SPRINGS. & (1 . t'LOt'li Winter called out from the gallery, causing a Induxapoi.is, Ind Aug. 19. Mrs. 11KA1N Wheal patentred .. ... I TU tt 3 tl Na 3 for Stateroom or Drrth Kescrvatioos auj Inlcnuitlou of any kind call oa your roar of laughter In the middle of a most . Cnrn Mind II a 31 Susan Cutter, living in tho uulsklrttof C. II. & D, Agent, r wrilo (3 U Kl, Oit MlieU , serious sceue: "Well, doctor, Is It a D. 0. EEWAKD3, Fstunrer Traffic Msmter, Cladaaatl, 0. the city, Friday afternoon attached rOUK Mr ts IU boy or a glt!7" u 1 the family horto to a road wagon, and LAItll httam, with her thrco little children started to drive down town. Within a short ilttanco tho horto ttartcd on a runaway. Mrs. Cutter was thrown out and fatally hurt Internally, besides whloh the luffercd a broken arm. The tittle children clung to tho wagon, and after a long run the horse dually turned homeward, where he arrived not try itY Prico 8O0, To cure, or montay refUinded by your merchant, so safely with the little ones unhurt. , Srod. ... ...... J S TlViU IT lit l3U 71 "Yes," she nnswered. "Where?" and he looked nntlous. "On the hand," his mother replied. Master Chunk raised1 out- - cushion of a hand to his head, and then, w Ithout the slightest warning, he let up a roar that would have made the bull of Haitian preen with envy. All the way up to High street mamma was busy comforting him. She ltnd recalled a painful circumstance to him and he wept wept tho more loudly since there was no present pain to distract his attention. And the woman across the car said If he was her child he'd stop yelling or the'd know the reason why. isa as issa svTjasasV. as as ffAaBi bbbbbb irr h ih nntlrnrno U.IIHMW run irrix MIIUUIV Children of Anj Ae. Costa Only fiS Cnta. aBBaaaB Ak Tour Drufffltt fort assWssaaal j Bowel Troubles or TEN DAY RAIL AND LAKE EXCURSION TO MACKINAC ISLAND LEAVING CINCINNATI AND' INDIANAPOLIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 ... 'X IMJ'it s 35'4 LI IIUDS-Wett- slrcp-wulkln- g ... ONLY $5. CIIa -- lipS why New Courses The Counties. Department mint tench the ed Ilnr on Saturdkf prt erring date ot lne. for IM County. Jackson fr Tyne'r. ni - Wt at Berea. I'cfj Laurel County. g 'Almost any kind of study at a good London I wfsh While Mr. Todd was weather-boardinThin week we want to consider the Tho juery has lxeii reveivad as to school ia pleasant and profitable, but .1! a house last week, the scaffold on ..I 1 '!....!.. c....- who reads this column would ask tlm proper ferilizer lo use and the to get the. real good of attending tTviiiTnut niimKrn inI uinniiniat;iiuu. which he wan standing gave away, ,iuy method of treatment for a rather .,lr,,ri(ir.rt (o think that there himself this persona! question. "Whiit school .one ahould take some definite letting him fall about ten feet to the vet ground, indicting internal iujuries, are any advantages In being dlssatis- - Is my aiuiiin life?" So many eople light soil which naturally produce course. By a Course we mean a with no thought white oaks.' Ills a somen hat diffiof atudies' which have been grouped but the doctor saya he will recover. nl, But it is true that out of dis live just for satisfaction may come something very of the great future. cult matter to prescribe fur a soil together in auch a way that each will Several rasea have recently been valuable to its on ner. It must not help the others. Besides this, the per-so- n Hint in ijiiiifii. ui imuurin juuiliiuk I The people that have made their without Imvuig.Hefti it, or at least a ti. nr. rarsons Ito quickly decided that every time mark in the world, .nolcYT who take a course of study gets too severe corporal punishment, but ' thai have amount ample of it, hut, as there is such a week going ot the teacher in I'asel Vt twta rd to something, have had u pluu null similar character to moM white oak v hmo enough (ogive him n somewhat com- with the acquittal v nn JG i rn rk4lnaat v itrna d i a v t' t0 Bullig bpnngs. :it" CoRRCsrONDENT. every case, Lon)N vvhich is a while they may have, to change it I soils, it is s.ife to answer On the sup- plete preparation for a railing in lifa. ,h? Jasper Anderson has been among good thing. Most of us are cross at many times they will have the position that tluri in a typical one. new Berea College offers several his old friends and relatives near here PulaSKI COUnty. times and are not lit to live with tin- - "limifit fjutliiKr ttmi unmMrr wilt. rT 1. As a rule white oak lauds are coiiiK)v for the past two weeks. ...... courses the coming year and parents 'iu"'l linn Bee Lick will wish to studj upon the question over that but that is not resjiect and the merited resjiect of ed of a rather line grained compact Madison Combs has iusl returned til o S. A. Barnes is sick. from clay, sometimes containing it good of where their children shall be placed M.G Reynolds has had his dwell- - Bn(1 New York nnd Niagara Falls, what counts for good, according to others. report" a very nice trip. our text. It is one thing to lie dis- When 1 ask a person, "What m ileal of very fine hand. Generally in the school. For those who have ing newly covered. i Our school at Tyner is progressing contented, aud something different your aim t What are )ou planning the subsoil is a compact clay that not jet completed the common liev. Oliver Walden preached nt nicely, and wo are glad to say that we t0 )f, dissatisfied, according to the to 1m or do iu life I" aud receive the holds water antl makes the soil cold, branches, like Arithmetic nnd Geog- the Christian church Sunday. answer, "Oh! 1 tlon't know, never' wet, and lute. If this prove- - to be raphy, that ;s those who are not suf.miss uessie i ariMi, it oi the v. J ' t n.t .n.i. ' ttin fttinr'iT.fi.e nf Hin iuSiI In iiili.wtiriti mi.. ..f tvnnl nntiv A i!isf.fintliti i lll:tli nr ilinm.lii miif.li ntinnt ficiently advanced to pass an ordinary r Mr. ,aU(t .Mrs. Ueorgo .I0U ViSlletl liiir ii vorntlint llf Un'l lik.lv tn ,lnt ,,,,,1v nm..!. in'thu rniiinU- - lirl In lu. iiihiIImI I W llH , teachers' examination, Berea offers II l ( M.mlu ti.wl hi utlfn. at tins place las ..;,.,,'.' thorough drainage. Bedding in nar temper, and wo do not enjoy him or through lilin to other iieople. two things: Mr. and Mrs. James Lawrence of.vek Mrs John Slrleacrntntmiiipl H1! I ditch- 1. Work in tho Model Schools Preachersville are visiting relatives them home where she t'xpects to stay associating with such folks. Every But it isu't too late for you to do - , row land? and a feries nf oih-tor a lew weekw. thing gon wrong with them, nothing cide upon i plan of life. Make it t pa may partully accomplish the pur- which will enable them in the quick- at this place is douo to suit them and they do not j general, if you wilj, say, "I nm liound poe, but though (xHMisite at the est and most thorough way to comOwsley eveu do what suits themselves. They to make most of myself," aud then Marl, thorough tile draining is the plete these common branches. Spradllng Eversole. mnke things miserable for themel '.goat it. You will want au education, only effective remedy and in the long 2. Work iu the Trade Schools liev. Abner Trent, ot this place, is Our schools are progressing nicely, ves aud all alwut them, and we al - for that develops your poneM and so jmn is the cheapest. While oak land where they will give half their time very low with cousumption. apt to le deficient in organic mat- Albert Gabbard was homo Friday ways feel relieved when they are not makes it poMible for you to do more. to school studies and half their time Geo. M. Brown, who attended What lire you going to do this Fall f,ter, that la, it lacka il material in tofeome trade or industry. Twenty-fou- r school at Berea last year, is very low from Booneville. .around. Now compaiu with thia the content- - Are you in tlie free school as teacher the suit that comes from decayed A. Datidsou is visiting relatives in boys can be received next fall to with fever. Jackson County this week. Six wl person. It is a good thing to be or pupil 1 Make the mot of every vegetable growth. Oak leaves them- begin a course in Carpentry. There is to le a new paper W. T, Isaac and son, of Pond Creek, contented. It may be harmful also, lesson, of evarv opportunity and then I selves do not enrich the soil as much boys can be received to learn the started at the county seat of Wolfe girls County whose. editor will be W. B. 'Jackson T. Co., visited relatives hereT0 be contented and happy is pleas - come to Berea for tlm wintsr. ttm. I, as the leaves of such spe.-it--t of treea printer's trade. Twenty-fou- r . . I....I 11 ant lor all concerned. But it is a de- - But it is better if you can to come as the beech anil maple. After a few can be received for instruction in Aornc, oi obckkod, rvy. The .Mormon elders are holding a ,,0rable state for one to be iu when ' the whole year. Can't vou come and crops these soils are apt to fall rapidMrs. Yocum, of Beren. who has been household industries, sewing, cooking, Bt nt life 'bring a friend from you'r own neigh- - ly. Nothing can be letter for them etc. In these Trade Schools students j visiting iu this county for ten days, re- sShous.e:,'0gS ,he ,,womo? turned home the 9th, and we are glad will be expected tocontinue two years, I. say that she made many friends in! even oornoooi ou will not leel lonely than good Mable manure, but as this nn.i eerytmug awui i . n, , to . . . .. r . a I r i I. t l .t I. i. t iiniivM uint y.ui(.iiir xi and at the end of that time they may ... olfe wliile .here. aiiaiieti louji r aner you reacn uin inenuiy at is not apt to be, at band in quantities 'daughter Mrs. A. Davidson last B for more than n garden patch, wo no matter wnai napj)enM. hope to earn at least twice as much as vnentnai atmosphere of Berea. 'Saturday aud Sunday. We all know how much there is in must report to the ue of what are Olay COU nty. they could earn at the beginning for j .(e spirit comes ov a penon hh usefulGtbban, s tak. Mew,.th unskilled labor. There is a great and worl. at l's,. 11 18 nt " friendliness. I wonder why we ever known as uitrogin fixing crops. Nit- Dory. nn interest in the schools this year, "w 10 end. He is like tho man described let ourelves draw off into a corner rogen in some of, its eomouud, Is growing demand for good carpenters, Alex Melton contemplates vi iting tcauvassing each district. cooks, and matrons, the protracted meeting at Crain Creek Robert (Plug) Callahan is still in by the Arkansas traveler, who fiddled and feel homesick nnd "blue "! People the material in msutire of the most and the opportunity to prepare our Churt-- next week. lue j0ggjUj, business hauling from away while Ida roof needed patching, are very much a like. We have all ' value In scurlng a rank growth of We are glad to note that our friend fourteen to sixteen every day. While nitrogen so children for these callings ought not saying that when it ruined he could been among stranger at some time vegetation. Jas. Clark, who a few weeks ago re-- 1 w Btmlia has moved on the farm not do it, aud when it did not rain it and we kuow that it takes hut little abundant as a gas, comprising uearly to be passed by. mv?nrere 8tr0kef P 8ralJS,8, of Mrs. Margaret Morris, where- he ex- - did not need it. Such a man be-- effort on the part of anyone to be tow fifth of the air, it is not here in For those who have fairly completto plant a crop next year.wmes a disgrac-- to himself and his really interested in others. One of ' form that plants can use, but it has ed the common branches, Berea offers ' Jwo millSn SI.Hnda Cole, of this place, eighlK.rs. If he is a farmer hi. farm our aims may nell Mi.. three lines of instruction: to make life been discovered that by the aid of thi heM ,nlp. to tht, mn.t lirepu- - pleasanter for everylnxly that we minute organisms that work on the 1. The Normal Course of winter men and had bread left. Their name who has leen very ow w th fever, we are prouU to say is convalescent table in the country. Fences break meet. Suppo-- e that it seems impos- roots of certain plants, especially and spring studies for three years, was Million. high position down and are left down, ditches fill sible for you to come to school this tiiote of the Iwau family, nitrogen is which fits a person for a Just ended- -a fine meeting held at . the year. Send for a catalogue anyhow prepared in a form to be taken up as a teacher. The first Tear of the Bro DaVid I InrU a residenc-- on Lau- "P. fe Normal Course will enable a bright Co&and and look it over carefully, then set antl used by the plants ax readily as f th ,iUlC ehi,dren- Bt (he i and diligent student to get a first to work to make some money and the same element in manure. Clover, Messrs. Samuels aud Abel Wilson, wr of . Sherman Stapleton ia visiting the ,. . tlm nmiwr ViaA of i l ifni-- i nn be ready to come another year, antl peas, beans, and eeiiecially the type io-class certificate, and such students on ot others and making way come upon that man. See the improve. all the time improve the minute by of beans known as cow paa, are completing the course are prepared "VYXnTi" iSS?T for a State teacher's examination for coop. He usually offers the owner a wuninem, irom a party oi leauier ( ment it makes iu him. He goes to reading and thinking. We can't plants that have the power to prea life certificate. Among the special silver bait. afford to spend much time just sitting pare nitrogen for their own use and features of the Normal Course at Be ;place and not only does that, bnt around doing nothing. The world to store up great quantities of it so Ogle. Reuben Woods is supplying the Anglln Branch takes good care of everything he uses is moving and we do not want to l that the stalks of these plants plowed rea 'we should mention the practice Several parties have been seining j 0 order to protect and preserve it as left behind. Let us quicken our under and the roots that decay in the teaching, which is the most practical steam mill with logs. (tmV. ... e it.:. . 11117 Miss Helen Brigman returned Sun- it. Biicaui. Ul IIIIQ IVllUll UU IUU long aa he can. He always has an ex- - steps. Let us really plan to do ground are at valuable as costly ferand costly training ever given in Nor fish for dinner, and fish Many a student has day from a visit to her home on Sex- for breakfast, tra hinge or two about the house so something, be something worthwhile. tilizer applied to the soil. It ia semal schools. for supper has been the result. ton. said that he gained more from a that when the gate loses a hinge it We must realize that others alioui curing a coat of manure for the land The common school at this place will not be racked to Elijah Eversole and Alex Smith month of practice teaching than from piecefor two or us are working hard for success and out of the air antl free of cost, to went out on a sang expedition this began July 29 with an enrollment of three days while he is fire years experience. getting an- that they have plans which are caret raise such a crop. Clover is well ninety-tw- o pupils and an average atweek. 2. A second course for those who tendance of 85 for the first month. other one from town. When he is fully laid and are carefully worked known but is frequently hard to get Thomas have fairly completed the common erick have Frederick'and Frank Fred- Thia is the second term taught by done with his tools he puta them in a out. And in addition they see the started on soil already poor. Cow a job of hauling staves to your correspondent at this place. branches ia the Course in Applied Flat Lick. shed and does not leave them out to importance of gaining as many ad- peas start readily on all but the poorThe Anglin Branch is a beautiful rot and rust in the wind and rain. Science. For young men this is an vantages of education, residence, est rocky soil antl make a heavy John Hubbard shot his brother Agricultural Course, teaching them Bradley Thursday, the bullet going stream meandering through a fertile The person who has the proper dis- travel, etc, as they possibly can. Is growth. They will not endure frost length in the valley three miles in farming, gardening, draining of land, in his stomach, lodging in his back. southern part of this county, empty- satisfaction will not be content but it wise for us to fail to do likewise! and so should not be sown until care of forests, raising of stock, to- It is thought that he will die. ing into the turbid stream known as will always seek something better, Is it reasonable for us to expeer to thoroughly settled spring weather is Big Sexton's Creek one and one half and will find it. Advantages will succeed in any other way! at hand. gether with practical studies like UnitBright Shade milr-above the mouth. "The come to him, for he will seek them. (7b te etnftiuiil.) ed States History, the keeping of acWhat is your aimt Clark Smith was suspended from Branch" aa it is familiarly called, decounts, and other things which make school last week. rived its name from the first settler, a good citizen and a successful man. A few hogs have died with cholera, Old Jimmie Anglin, who came there A CHANCE FOK rOUNDKll KVKBYHODY For the girls this Course in Applied in this neighborhood. in 1845. And then in 18.r5 others ISM Science is directed towards domestic Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Harbin went came from North Carolina. SevenOver 20 teachers, 700 students (from liO states.) liest Library In Kentucky. No Haloeus. teen families, one mill, store, and industries, cooking, sewing, nursing, to Buzzard Creek Saturday. schoolhouse comprise the "settlegardening, together with drill in those Anderson Smallwood has finished ment." Each man can salute his studies which teach a girl to think, putting a new roof on his house. For those NOT snfllclentlr advanced to get a teacher's certificate: nearest neighbor and the smoke risI. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. improve the mind, and make her a caJoseph Lewis and Meshach Jones. ing like incense can be seen in the II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal andithe advanced courses. pable woman. These Courses of Ap- of Ogle, passed through here on their distance from one dwelling to the For those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher's certificate : , next. The fruitful meadows spread way to Bed Bird. plied Science Agriculture and Doforestry, etc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, to the northward with the house all Misses Eliza and Rubia Smith vis sheltered by the barn and orchard in IV. Domestic Science Sewing, Cooking, etc. two years. mestic Science cover two years each. V. Normal Course for teachers three years, with practice teaching. 3. A third course of study forthose ited relatives in Knox county Satur the rear, while rugged and steep rise VI. Academy Course fouryears, fitting for College, for business, and for life. the hills on the opposite sides, cover who have fairly completed the com- day and Sunday. For those more advanced : VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. with a wild growth of hemlock, The wife of J. S. Smallwood eloped mon branches, is the regular Academy Atljiiiicl Departments : in. .musk- ;- ueeti urgan, Uhorai (tree;, vocal, 1'iano, theory. with some oae a few days ago. James , aycamore, antl birch. The integnty Course, of four years, which fits young says was good "riddance. Berea General Hospital - Two years course in tho caro of the sick. ' ot the community is proverbial it people for college, for business, or for ... ? relatives iiurougauui wiv iengtu unu ureutita Berea places the heat education in reach of all. It is not a money-makininstitution. Its is a Moral puritT aIui free gift. It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves, and charges it smallinstruction fee of lh count life. This course includes more of . M,'89 NaneJ. S"th ' incidental ... in jvnox county, saiuruav. ner mster. . -- : i J,D i-' -"" j .t...:i i D,"T'D the Mathematics, Sciences, and Lan- Mrs. Greer, has been terjr sick t , , t expenhe() 0 the school apart irom instruction. Mtitients must also pay lor their board, bxpeusea lor term u, ...uxU- - 21. about half of which must be paid in advance. as the sweet aroma of "; their happy .. i. i. i guages, and is designed forthose who Some of the Burning Sprincs "iras" valley is wafted to their native lulls. Tb(J gchoo, eml)m by Baptists, Congregationaliits, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of spend a longer ime in study and which the Dory correspondent spoke can iv.ii.ik.ij IV.......IIV-V- . Vf. uu nmi all denominations. For information or friendly advice addren the those who are looking forward to one of last week, must have reached this pie lives of the Acadian peasants. (JEO. T. FAIItClIIL.1), L.L. L., llerca, Mudlsoti Co., Ky. They live like brothers together. No locality. of the learned professions. murder ever stained the pages of Beyond tho courses above de"Neither locks hat! their history, scribed, the College has three College they to their doors nor bars to the Wlldlo. courses, the Classical, Philosophical, Died, Aug. 12, the infant child of windows." Their lives glide on like the placid stream on which they live, and the Literary. The student who Freeman Ketron. free from the follies and vicea of the completes one of these coursss will The teachers' institute at Mt. Ver Licv K. Flanehv. Tutor Raymond, of Berea passed on an old veteran, Richard Hilton, find himself in step with the best non, conducted by Prof. Jones, was a metropolis. Bell through here on his way to Irvine injuring him severly, scholarship of the world. success. Tuesday. Estill Knuckles. R. W, Asher, of this place, has deWe have said nothing in this brief James Sparks, of Jackson county. Crops are promising on Red Bird. clared himself as caudidato for counMiss Stanley M. Bicknell is getting Locust Branch outline, of Music. Instruction in sing- ia vibitinir his mother. Mrs. Marv ty jutlge to be voted for at the NoA. J. BickneH is doing a good lum along nicely with her school in the The Red Bird Sunday-schoo- l is pro- vember ing is given without extra charge to Sparks, who ia quite ill. election. Bicknell district. ber business. gressing well. all students at Berea. Lessons in the Miss Sarah Stewart went to Knox R. M. Neal began his school nn Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barker were Moonshiners have again been raid- Daniel Howard stopped hero on his Stony Fork, and when entering reed organ, voice culture, piano, and county Inst week, whero she expects ed by officers. the the guests of Mrs. Cynthia Bicknell way to Clay to see about timber. first morning he discovered a very theory, are given for a small extra fee. to make tier home lor awhile. eek Sunday, The Horns Brunch schoolhouse h l"t E. S. Howard, of Leslie, hail his large copperhead anil concluded not T. G. Reynolds, the overseer of the There is a great opportunity for a few I Messrs. Fred Click and Chas. Par- - store burned up. Stock nlwut $500. to teach new road from Wiltlie to Mt. Vernon, nearly completed. lor a abort time. . enterprising young women to fit themKB" WBr6 10 KVWO frltlliy Btltl VISIt .ml Mr. r has had men working on it the past Bell and Knox comities will hold a John Slushur antl Milt Miller were lihu Bicknell and fainily. iS are quite SS?" selves to give lessons in music, and week. joint institute this year at Barbours-vill- out squirrel hunting the other day, they will find it more profitable than Estill iiibtituto opened Autr. 7. con on the Rich Branch and they came A daughter was boru to Mrs. James Hayei aud sou, of Crab Orducted by Prof. Shipp, of Winches teaching school, and it will be an oc- chard, are making a short visit with Louia Kindred rocently. .1. B. Knuckles has gone to Pine-vill- e in contact with a bear antl as Mr. ter, n very aula instructor. It was cupation that will last the year round. Win. Hayes, They go to Leo county to see about soino very impor- - Slusltur bounded down tho hill ho Wilgus Richardson is selling gootis surprising to see tho number of ladv run over a precipice nliout 2()ft. high Still another adjunct of the College to buy cattle. 3 miles below Standaround. teachers iu Estill compared with tho taut busiuebH. Ed Wilson's and T. J. Knuckles' ami lauded iu a briar patch, nnd from is the Berea General Hospital, where number of men. Auionir tho intrr- Deputy U. S. Marshal Short, with Haiti winds Saturday damaging there u wild hog ohnsed him uonrly a' few mature young women can take Deputy Sheriffs Wood aud Grillin, corn uear Estill quite badly. lie went to Jackson county lust week and -" a,two years course in the art of VY';.,t.V ""'' treo mid atavet up there u t av and Miss Lillian Bicknell is visiting at ureen wiiuon, ami miss arrested some parties charged with anmo Uimn CoMi H y0ung lnan of n,K,lt Thi5 comLut reminds u of Kirby Knob and Clover Bottom. moonshiuiiig. oiepuens. this place, exorcised his strength up- - Daniol Boone's time, Daniel Moore in still very low, and his recovery is doubtful. Last Saturday and Sunday was the regular church meeting time at Oak Grove. Geortru Miller and Miss Sudie Bul lock were quietly married last Friday even ng .Mis.es aim Maggie tionee were guests of Miss Mattie Rader last Thursday. t- special departments: THE HOME. KIU(I If l IT V THE SCHOOL. In THE Hf MHnl lijr , AFM. llurllenl-ttire, Ij M.. Kir. K. I'wkav, trr Coltete. Tewher Killlnl Notml Ij Mm. Kl.llt II. Viol . Demi ul Iertroint, IWtn f'ulltir.' that every young ersou C. Mamih I'nitrwor iif, Here tVrtW. u let to-da- y T m T 4 1 , I l'Wtn t 1 i m-ii- e & it.. ,1. ' ' ..., Wolfe County. County. V- .... .... w i V ,;.;t x J dress-maker- I andSa ,Pt e 1 ' e MurJS .J!!n,.SlhLM KTi e.i ..i: SmYKT rVT , SJifi i s BEREA COLLEGE stock-raisin- '! g .... -- J Rockcastle County. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 13, WINTER TERM BEGINS DEO. 13. County. County. e. -