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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 30, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899083001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 30, 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. Devoted (o the Interests Atf INDEPENDENT WEEKLY I of (be Home, School, and Farm. c a Yen. 11. BEHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, BURBA PERSONALS. 18SO. NO. The Citizen T. ruhlfinrd at Dm 0. PASCO, lUHTOIt ana MANAOKK. office of uso tho gabble called "tho gift of visiting nt S. O. Hanson's. Mr. Han-"o- n r.nlcrnX al ISi I.tnflc nl Bint. Kf.. " trtovt-cfctKodol Dyspepsia Cure completely tongues." sjient a few days here. HKtll mitter. Tho T. A. Robinson in entertaining his digests food within tho atomnch and tlementnext effort nt permanent setbrother John, from Burning Springs. intestines nnd renders nil classed of Jackson was mndo nt Independence, county, Missouri, which fowl capabln of being assimilated and IDEAS. Miss Ethel Putnam loft yesterday converted into strength giving nnd Joseph Smith said was "tho centre of morning for Boston whoro sho goes 1.11. tho enrth," tho site of tho ancient tismo building substances. "Mvi l hl own lr. and the nul that run to study music. S. E. Woloh, Jr. "Garden of Eden." This was then 8 how up n honest and it kindly man, our national frontier. But thoro were Mark Sink nnd Levi Beatty Command, all light, all Influent e, all fair S. Welch hns bought Rico's sturdy settlers in ndvnuco of the this week from short vintH nt stock E. drugs .VothltiK t him fall early or too late ISTo of and has moved them saints, who had acquired rights their hornet. Outartt iHir anctU are, or sv or III, up to hia store. Mr. Rico goos with which they were not ready to surrenRICHMOND, KY. Our fatal hadnim.jriat walk lir us tlll." 207 WEST MAIN STREET. J. C. Teeters and family returned them and will bo tho dispenser thoro Tiik lUimtMiN. Saturday from a month'" vncntion nt as Mr. Snm Denham goes to his homo der, even at tho command of tho Mormon prophet. Trouble followed, 'Tatlen' wlijr 'Us the soul of jace Auburn, hid. at London for n fow days' rest there wns war which resulted in tho Of all the virtue.. 'tl nearest kin to heaven, Mint Florenco Merrow is enjoying before going to Somerset, where ho defeat of tho Mormons. Eastward It wake, wen tike (ixta. The t ol men n visit from hor sister, Miss Alice S. begins work tho first of Sontembor. they wont That e'er wore earth atwut liliu, u a sufferer. and settled on tho bank of A kind, meek, patient, helpful, Morrow, who is to bo tho Matron nt Mr. Denham hns been lioro only a tho traixiill aplrlt Mississippi river at Nauvoo, 111. The lint true centleraan that ercr breathed." Ladies Hall. Mijori iimo, nui lias mauo many Hero n beautiful city was built, nnd The result of good mirk and reasonable prices is that we Hay. C. S. Leonard, of Bass Hock, friends. Ho is a fino young man, hero they grow in strongth and numA wiso parent is not nlwnya saying, now have customers in all parts of the State Texas, is visiting W. O. Todd, of with good business principles, nnd bers. Their missionnries abroad, set0,1 l, When you want '"'H'vour children straight, . UT inttkttlir them lntf.rniitnt in rami iieif, ana visited lierea ouo wo regret his departure, but wish ting up tho cry of persecution, were him success wherever ho goes. and study, and amusements that do ,ftJ 'Mt nook' meeting with great auccoss in winin uoldohnnn. Mra. S. C. Mason .returned Satur- Intoxicated with Thomas Thurman. demitv sheriff ning converts. from n vit.it to relatives and of Troy, Mo., savs, "If everyone in the I prosperity and popularity, tho pro, -- :.! TitKriTirrv.i.la Let us know and ire will send you designs and prices " United States should. discover tho vir- - phet became reckless. With an utter llreaitio. . IVrliniia anmn fn'.ml ),. iriL'llllH 111 IVHIIHILN. ... . ., ,, , . . . r. ...... .r.7. .... ... i disregard of tho righto of others, ho Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. u.. m, no. un iu mini juu HIS specimen i uuui iii n , utii iiux--i lur mien, i v nt i i cop v. If you leliovo in tho goo Ia Conway, spent Snttir - ' rectal trouble,, nnd skin diseases, the 'i1?! "ailing, industry, temperance, kind SL'f ' S'""ly "ith Mrs. Brnnaman. demnnd could not bo supplied. WW?' r,Sht "'"J ... ... reports nnd nuarrels followed. ues.t, tMlticnttou. Utlll 111 rift Hint TillS. E. Welch, Jr. MisioH Idn L. Brooks and I'earl Tlio prophet was arrested again and Citizen ndrocntes, please nond in your Baker returned Monday from ChauFiirm for Sale. again, but since tho hone of the At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. Hiil wcript ion. tauqua, where they spent tho Humncres on tho Wnlnut Meadow church mob centered iu him nnd his mer. reputation, the saints were compelled Pike, one mile fiom Heroa. Soil, THE WIDE WORLD. KV. PfOIl. President Frost's children leae ration, nnd NIntmRrt.nl.u.. tiln. .r'rn. to obtain his release ami iWiflrnlinn Five American soldiew hnvo the Friday for Oberlin where the family crows naturallv in nil the lml lows. at anv cost. Tho nronhet was ovi- yellow finer in Cubnuns fortress nt will live until tho President's house When Iterea gets its second Il'OO.OOO dently Hearing the ond of his mad A. P. SETTLE, is done. Hiiviitiu. on endowment, as it will next spring, career. Iu 1K1I, Dr. K. D. Foster Hulnrt Scott left Fridny for his everything will Ixxmi. Will sell nil ?nd dham Law, editors of a paper Latest testimony in tho Dreyfus Attorney and Notary Public, trinl is in favor of Dreyfus. It is ro- - homo at Marysville, O., after a two or part. Iteason, exject to leave tho in rsativoo, openlv charged Smith with having taken Mrs. Foster as a inontii h visit witn ins uncle, Kev. at. State M. Iv. Pasco. Bcrca, Kentucky. Kirttl Hint if lie is ngain found 1; rasco, spiritual wife. The citv authorities Cut thli out, for It wlllnot apHar ein. . .. and faiuilv. Ml V . milt. fs'xtij, pilDIIHIl IIO win omivou Main Street, In Miiwnlc Dldg, upstairs. Prof. L. V. Dodge attendetl the .jio lieing under Joseph Smitli's power, iiaino of the guilty Thero is time for all things. Tencher'H Association tneoting nt tho time to take DoWitt's Little Earlv iiiiinaiioi uirau geuiiuiueii uuu On ntvount of terrible storms iu Autioch church, iu Million, their press and type. Govlast Satyou Chili recently, Valparaiso mid other urday, nnd delivered an interesting Risers is when you are suffering from ernor Ford perMiaded him and his Yon Want GOOD Digests GLASSES constipation, billiousness. citios aro suffering severely. council to yield their arms and place A uddresi. It artificially dicests the food and aids ache, indigestion, or other stomach or themselves whole passenger train fell through a reconunder tho protection of the Nature in strengthening and Mt.srs. Woolery S. E. Welch, Jr. nnd Phil- liver troubles. bridge near Santingo do Chili. militia. Tho prophet and his threo structing the exhausted digestive orip Wilson, of Ows'tev, nre visiting P. associates wore conducted to the jail gans. It is the latest discovered digest-an- t Ull Of t ilt tllinvini' iiinl ai. KeyiiouiH nnd otber Iriomls here. Resolutions. and tonic. No other preparation at Carthago for safety. Hero 5,000 attempted swindling, Gen. Hrooke, atiThev ire planning to movo their In- -' etllcicncy. Mormons wore in arms, and their can approach It In permanently It Illtrniw Wvthvtttuhrmif the j.nMnlltutr cures will not distribute tho rout Hien hero. Btantly relieves 11 and , TT T , if .1 vt o( Keulon, H.ue. ami (J rant Oiuntln bare Ihvii safety seemed assured. But threo of tho SilWUW sent to Cuban Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hagan, .Misses hi ll and iimfltatilr In.trurtut by our Intruct days nftor, n compauy of Missouriaus .Ufspcpsin, : inuiKt-Mliiii- r .iieurtuuiu, nr.... ... c ma i" troop-.- , but will uso it to aid tho Hick Lurn Hngan. Margaret Hagan, nnd or rrw. u iiimms una wnerfiis uw xo uuuiDonng two nunUrcU. arniwl anu BlCKiieadacnc1uasiraigia,urampslana and destitute. Mollio Heudron and Mr. Ollio Hon- - of Krlangvr liave VOU WANT THEM AT ALL. tho jail and killed ' Tho Boers In South Africa say they dron, of Kirksvill, visited Beroa Fri-wi- anil m Jlcltkiui nt ettr Wtn altentlre to our want masked, assaulted his brother Hyrum Ii allothcrrcsultsof lmperfcctdlRcstlon. IF that are not properly adjusted to your our walfarr. Prtpartdby E.c.D.wiitco..ci,ieoao. (llaasei the prophet and eyea are' actually ilanreroiM. 1 know It, and And Wlirrra) thrrt 1. an apparent iliipmltlnn Smith, mid make no more conccHsious to thiy nnd inspected tho College s K- - WELCH, .Tit. wounded John Taylor, you oiifht to know It. I will not attempt to tult iilKin tin part ol nime tiivhtn to ilUrecuil thr and aro exchanging their igs and grounds. glaaes to your eyes until I know what Is needed. The blood of thoso martyrs Thtrv-fo- rr law rtnulrluirtearhrntoattendlni-tltiiti-- . Eyes examined free. dli.rnL7mMn0.UWT-- i v.J. O. Pansons Mmmsl Fri-1Tl II rrwfitil. l.t tbat our Inatltnte under proved indeed tho seed of tho church.) LEWIS A. DAVIS, A Nice line of Novelties in Tho system had been fast falling,,, lh? lay from Burning Springs where ho tlirliKtmrtlonnf 1'rof. Wllllami ban txrn I1 Tnt'i. uven ..i u Mtl.fiuiorx am! ucccwliil, anil tbat - to pieces until this event. Sympathy! Medicine JEWELRY. ; "un .1visiting mo hciiooi. no ro- -- ..ii..: " -..i i i ports it 111 k'OCXl COIlUltlOU. auu that bl'iuturatlnir. clrar.aml eKxiunit pre' ior mo miiuia who claimed to lie per-- ' T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. on her part. blm an 'nutlonirfth truth, wo Melvin A. llolcomb of McKee will lw secuted because thev were holv and truetoro( pntfouml IliougM ami rare abllltr, good, won them friends everywhere, Office at Residence. tho principal uoxt year, iln Hol- - and NATIONAL NEWS. blm. Tho in this country and Europe. jcoml) will nssist iu teaching. r Aid. Ttiatwesxtcudtuthecltki.ua ol I mi workmen in the American success of Morinouism was then as- tion of the Temple at Salt Lake City, heart Plate Works at Elwood, Ind., are out! President and Sirs. Frost have been hiplUlltjr. felt thank, for their klndneM and sured. Joseph, tho prophet, died the establishment of the perpetual spending homo timo at the Sanitarium nil n nlrttn at right time, M. That we thank expe- HANSON at Clifton Spring. New York, and thrw couutlea for thethSuprlntejidentol the just the Tho church llo had run his emigration fund, tho hand-cart- , PASCO'S had outgrown lnteret that they have course. Annual meeting of the American while not fully recovered from tho tho plains, in which taken Iu the ontanliatlou and conduct of our him. He had alienated his wisest dition across enthusiastic but misBar Association is in session at Buf- olTeots of their long and arduous hundreds of counsellors, and the saints wore los- taken emigrants perished, the "Order falo, C. F. Maudernon, Pres. labors have made decided improve4th. That en h of the Buperlntendenta In the ing heart. Sidney Rigdou then Twelve ateel arches of tho now Col- ment. The President oxpecU to bo at rnuntlea of Bonne, Kenton, and (I rant be reiuet-e- t wanted to bo prophet, but Brigham of Enoch" devised by the prophet, to have all iseum building in Chicago fell Mon- homo in time to preach on Sunday, Iu rigidly enforce the School prorldlnir Young assumed the reins of govern- which required them that leachera who fall to attend aome Inntltute ment by right of his forceful and things in common, by which the inday afternoon killing and wounding Sept. 10. H. C JASPER, M. D. nocent saints were victimized, and the hall be dlUillfled to ta( h. workmen. superior personality. He told the 5th, That a copT of till. 4th resolution be aeuL priests enriched, mark this period of bEREA LOCALS. MEDICINE and SURGERY, oaints that God hid called him to the Mormon history. Gov. MoMilliu, of Tennossee has to tha Supt. of (irant t'ountjr, to ntteud the nth. That a copy of theae tvwlutlona be pub- throne, and that, together with his of tho Much-needoBut a better order of things was Office in Prithcr Building Richmond, Ky. repairs on the music lished In The iiroinincd strong will, settled the succession. established under the military arm of Telephone 103 & 109 Cituks, of Ilerea. Gray at Evausville, Ind., building have been made. Rigdon, disappointed in his ambition the government of tho United States. Renp'y lutimltted Oct. 10- - l.t. , Correapoudeneo from Sprndling, Chtlrtnan. UU of leadership, left the church forever. A new era began to dawn. Under , Hurricane-- at Albemar e and Pain Knucklos, and Onedia arrivetl too lato Axdiiwon. The conflict between the saints and governmental protection goutile min, , nearly Mim K. Bakik. their gentile nnd apostate ueighboru ers began to develop the great re- E. B. McCOY, iw for publication this weok. Mim V. lUaKtsa. Many ships were destroyed ortiiM. . . ,, was irrepressiblo. Brigham had not sources of that country. In due time wn to S""0 ?' 10 J" went nut! houses damaged bovond repair. W. M. GallBghor, of Bryan, Pa., the courage to faco it. Accordingly the Union Pacific railroad reached 'Paint Lick Saturday afternoon to the long journey to the Rocky Moun- Utah and outsido capital and entor- 800 Lancaster lieaton in a ball game. says, "For forty yeara I have tried STATE BRIEFS. tains was undertaken, which eudod hills and valloys various cough medicines. in. Th Mt. Hope Baptist Association ute Cough Cure is best of One Min- at Salt Lake in July, 1817. Hero Criso camsmile The awakening life, p.... ii.ii to rewith rir all." It the boundaries of ....,. .:... , r ..i. lieves instantly hud cures all throat they were .within i, pet ttnt in hontuoky to deliver a .. i tl. onu ijoa .i n:t Mua vuuiikiiik. o:..it CENTER i vlll -i iu,: Ti.ru,u. ' s of with Mor. and lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. Mexico, sa oirom ino pcsieragei In behalf of Goebel. uiSTl tlnuInK er oi mo uuuyiuuisii guveniiem oi ; the United States. But much to their., monism at oi .ir' ., i ..r ?.V,'I,K.i.(.Jr,T,h,"(1, tho l,an'.,er' If anyono wants to know how to I ..l ' Vlliltl 11,(br fV4 tMV lviuiuuu ,w,f :.. .1... r i I'vvpv atv ART GALLERY r Another Mormon Combat. .i... uexicuu ; uiiugnu, me luriuuea ui me :0;wl tnemagain iimler the, - whi,o Utah was a territory the 3 C. I. OGG, Proprietor. forlo.i 0. F. ilnuson, or nsk either of1 Sunday. - Au. 7. I was at i : ' (ii liih nucn uaicu goveru-- , M ,mm, of thl) KBtion was fwU tho two other parties concerned. Hoedville uud was called on to preach ( uuiiiiiiiuii mont. Nothing Bat Tho Pbotos. .. Alter main nit mr X.JI ikvi ln.,.1 tn.lfo.wl tlmfn.Mi ....nin.f ,nnr. .""V . ""u . .""J""" The OXCCUt VO ami Utl C ml OtliCOrS ... iy reacn ot c.yii.zai.on, ami woro nplK)intxl by tfie President of ington Elk. dear.,1 510KX) on their ... " r.i: r nv wns "', r" "J t. .1 n o,,,m. W Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. fair. They Kill re,Kt the enturo the Un.tetl States, and tho acts of tho grounds thero wero four falHo ,. omV 1 - Vn- -r S iiiirritii(iii.fi in i insn . uoxt year. et present, who gninetl tho RiiiiDnrt vnnliiiriitii terruuriui iCKismvurD nuia Biiiijt-ui- . iu ti breakinir n tHxlal. liiBtii.ietiMu llnrti ' " tlil . veto ol tlio - ... Kovernor, also V V. 'Tii.iv propuei.V of a few iguorant persons . .. .' . Lverywhero throughout the State w.-u- . ; nan in uirs ms own wav witn then IVVIOW Olcentile DENTAL SUJiGEJlV. i. Lieut, aiiearer ennstod iti men Hero ,i n aa. VAlllK.vBO. nnu lira n. IU IIIB jiolitics is thcnbsorbiug (itiestion of i ,! iiouu to niuiesi or maKo uiium. io incr0ttHil)., numbor 0f utiles last Saturtlay and on the next day ms ,ivt.. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. ,1. ul,., l, U tho thfy, uud intenst is nt fever heat. Columbus, prospering, more tho child of Smith Jlutldiwj, Main Street, The candidates for various ollices aro sent them to from Clay. Ohio. Most mko lim at ou P08'Htt,a ',u.col'try "as "umblii.g. I SSlvBamv a roS ntw ex- - but Mo.r,0isii,ni rnrnmniHni Matt. '23 : 15. husy Mtumping the state and getting of then, were from Berea. C. C. Log- ,loI1 mn yotlr!ielves. Richmond, Ky. Ol ,., ston enlisted enn i Whou it carao to the final test, altation in tlio next world, was con- all their friends to help them. Bry own iu comparison, aud Teleilmnet lle.ldeiiea, No tt'l, Offlce, So 60. Mormons neti iiko rnis irom a ...... :....n.. ..:.....) 'p., ..:., - .- ....... i not hold its A surprise party of about twenty " an lias promised. to help. GoeUil. It n- i i..i opinion oi many Unit hy doing i"iig i. i" ..." ni .ur, ii r 1......:.... i.o... a ...I is me peoino iuni ' 's did "'"they "?' not want to1.....1 ,.i ness and added force it was dated. in comparison with Christianity. con-It como iu i,ilck ,0 jsia mul ascribed to Joseph must live alone, aud gather its so Bryan will weaken his own chancer! auian's parlors last Saturday night, that verts from abroad. This was its only of the standard for tho Demo-- and spent the timo until ton o cl()ck 'contact with mo. Smith, the martyr prophet. But tho hope. It won no converts from its 1 think if the trustees of uockcastle crats in tho net national campaign, very plouHautly, p aying gaines nud tratel was iucreaa- - neighbors. And its loss by apostacy county schools will consider the best tug null i80iotion of the saints threat- inning uu luiutiimi Kui nine. v"",n""'', ajcttrc? was about equal to its gain by immirnilMTtr m,uo, IIKAI.r:it IN AMATKUU SlIITLIKS teach-- 1 of tho schools of Gentiles must bo kept out aud What you want is not a temporary goot thoy willnot and t,e the ere, Mprnipus i apostacy prevented. So tho tho fer- - gration, while the power of the priest- Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. give Last Satttnlav. during tl... s,,v..m ro"ut. I"J h' lllfi ? .. nF ...i .....!... nf ....... 11.7.. hood was growitig weaker. Some t 0..BW HUT tllllllLU U llUlllinil IIIUII UUDO Ii A Views about lierta a pecialty. storm which seemed general through thing must bo done to save the Mor "!l tl;i"u " "i tnov lv i the. schoolhpuses of triue? . .. 11. ii i.. i...:i , .ii pretend mon ship from wreck. . county. I want to see the timo come talll II m ., ' ami iim luiimi, nnu ten neur i oosey auu ,j means . iiiood Aionemei i. o. i.. (,. cicn, Jr. ,t t ,)racUl.e tQ did toiisideriiblo damage. when tho preachers will all become that the only way to savemis soul or the J, 'ising be good, decent peo- Thurs.lay about MO of tho interested and post themselves in a geutilo or apostate is to M.ed his , SepttMiiber torm of Madlrou County aU(, luw.Jbi(iiug citizens, they in- ortler to refute such false doctrines. l hit ' li:nrnrmttf nti" tint iti tliutaut . f 'Anirriikia tn lift Mil f I'ftlli inirt Ct.urt begins next Monday with Gti mwnhet and co.igregatio.i at the religoim liberty I Let us hold the "n' ,,Wt ol,,tho toI11Ke rir,"' llflllliT'Jlli iMitfitinw iii!iuu!irr CO il 41... cases, 17 ordinary tm C,ho , 18r,7 wheJ slH;nVtho which our lore fathers so boldly gain- - cllnH, II Ymm?1"' appearaucos, and 270, Soltlarn 0fX Btate govern-no- t Ojtfee Hours, X to tl A. il., a and time, l,,,,..!!,, .ailWml wero mon? K0' c?"trof old equity.' 1 to.l i; JT. Natioual Bank Building l'anta,j,aph. aftyrnoou tho pleasant supiwr no ttl for us in thilaud of freedom, mis- - . teaht ment they forgot their promises, lw uiado slaves of bv these liountiful massacred, and thoir hoises, wagons, Itichmoiid, Ky. g U.S. Croiicher fell into a thresh- - cotiducivo to a good timo on such ...i ?,lm,t t,co.ot 1 ' ?ly,a mA nml H. It. Bii.VNAMAX. leading elders. I4.,,(tl wero machino aud his foot was cut to casions. f,,ot,ief,'.a.,,u money church ton- i1UJl,tei tj, people of tho Unitod by gj , b olec'ting a polygamist to Miatls hodol Dys,K.,)sin Cure? flscate enriching tho .Medical aid was not easil pieces. Do Wilt's Little ICarly Kisersact us It is thonowlvdiscovcreil remiHlv. tho mau thousaudsof dollart). Ihemas- - r 0ESICNS secured, ami ho died from tho shock V UHKlcoa, TRADE.MARKS a faultless pill should, cleansing and most eirectivo preparation over dovis- - Isacro in tho valley of tho Ilio Virgin, ANDCOPYRIHIS aiitl loss of blood. ,.1. J. A. Schear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved reviving the system instead of weaken- ed (or aiding tho digestion and assim 41... ,....r.l..r nt ll... t,r,;i., ll,,. Will MV ...M...V'. U I1U OBiaiNtU IIVt,IIUIII.MLD Dr. G. W. Young, of lliehmoud, ing It. They aro mild aud sure, small ilatiou of food.nnd restoring tho de- rage committed upon tho Brassiiold from death by croup by using Ouo ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY in " At " bus been invited to deliver a series of aud pleasant to tako, uud entirely free ranged digestive organs to u Minute Cough Cum. It cures coughs, Nolle "lion Inutive I'aienta" Parboys, and tho nssasiuation of tho toobUlu llook addresses iu Teunessei) under tho from objectionable drug They asIt is a discovery surpass- ishes, all show how the doctrine was colds, pneumonia, Ingrippo, uud all CHar$ modtntt. No fee UU patent la secured. and lung troubles. Uellera strlcur conndeDUal. Addreu, iiiuuagouientof the ing anything yot known to the med- practically applied to destroy out- throat sist rather than coiipol. E. 0. SICCERS. Paltnl Lser.Withlnaton. 0.C, S. E, Welch, Jr. eiders. The laying of tho fouuilu- ical profession. S. 13. Welch, S. 12. Welch, Jr, . , TIIH CITIZHN, Here, Ky. News was received hero Inst wook Historical Sketch of Mormonism MnhaiTey was killed whilo Kev. D. J. McMillan, D. D. Chas. L. Hanson loft Friday for a hauling onts near Fnlrlnnd, III. In some way his foot been mo entangled visit nt l'ifjun, Ohio. OinrMidlMturti In 1832, Brigham YoUDg, a painter ITarold II. Johnson left yesterday in tho lines, nnd ho wns pitched forThe aim giazior, ix'caino a convert, lie for a short vitit at his homo in New ward as tho team started. horaes started to kicking nnd tho first met Smith In the fall of that York. Mm. W. N. HatiRon and Ron nro wagon ran over him, breaking his year nt Kirtlnnd, and wns tho first to neck. thai John ! DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. 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IIKUKA, KKWTUCICY KEEP A SONG ' UP ON DC WAY. y' Oh, do cloud In mighty heat y An d rain In mighty thick; Keep a song op on tie way. An' do water In a rumhlln' On tin bowlders- In dt crick. Keep a song up on do way, a bird crcross do road la lak he known! Pat wo peoplo didn't ilaro Kir lo try do rainy air Wld a long upon do way. What's u use. o' glttln' many, 'Ca'se do weather alji' do le'I Keep a song up on do way. Wen do rain Is fallln' ha'tles'; Dey's do longest tlmo to ro": Dough de plow's a stan'ln' atllt Dey'll tie water fu' demlll, Ilaln mill' romn n well ex run I To' do woo. than' wo'k way.dene. Keep a sons up on de Wy hits nice to hyeah de sliowahs Fallln' down ermong de trees; Keep a song up on de way. Kf do birds don't bothnh 'bout It, Hut go flnnln' lak dey please. Keep a sons up on de way. You don' s'pose I'se (twine to sre Dem ah fowls do mo' dan me? No. suh, I will chase dls frown, An' aldough de rain fall down, Keep a song up on de way. Paul Laurence Dunbar, In Thlladelphla Saturday Kvenlng Tost. aJtttVcSVV V VW )' Keep a Fonc up on de way. V. sVK SVV. Circus Tiain Hoodoo 5 An Engineer's t. VV Story of Air llrakes That Would Keep Getting Set. nto ivst yf 'as vtM "nM I am.' were up against n qurer kind of n lunch the other I ri day night," said the fnt engineer to circle of his friend. "It was the night of the big circus in town and wp had the job of towing the circus train out the division. When I met Murphy, my Mile partner, In the round house thnt night, he says to me: " 'Say, Hill, are you superstitious? Do you believe In signs? " 'Nary,' I said; 'not unless It's a res taurnnt sign or n. sign for the pay car, "Tvc had all sorts of rinccr thing happen to me lit says. 'First 1 got up on the wrong side of the bed, and then I got my shirt on hind side foremost. I took It o ft and changed It, and my wife says thnt s the worst thing I eould hnie done. She said if I wanted to break the hoodoo I should Iiaie left it on. Hut I didn't want to looking like n ferry come down-towboat and have people ask me which way I was going. Then to keep the good work going I broke a looking glass this nftcrnoon, and everything seems have been going wrong nil day. I've got a creepy feeling like I lister haie when I burled eats in n graveyard at midnight to kill war If. The folk wanted me to lay oft this trip, but thought it was nil foolishness, so here n "'Huh, I said; 'you didn't see n cross' eyed black cat with n crumpled tall or a fat nigger with white spots, did you? " 'No.' was "'Or dream your mother-in-ladead? He answered In the negative 'Well,' I says, 'I guess we'll go through O. K. with nothing more serious than bustin a water glass.' " 'What train wc going to catch out " 'Circus train,' I answered, 'as that's bout our turn out.' "'Gee whlzl he said, 'I knew we'd be up against a hoodoo. That's the Worst that could happen. Circus train and Friday night.' " 'Oh, gowan,' I broke In, 'maybe the number of our train orders will be 13 nnd we'll have 13 cars. Yon give me a pain in the neck with your hoodoos.' " 'I wish you w ere a giraffe, so's you'd have that pain good nnd hard,' was Ids rather unkind remark. "My rjuess had been correct, and About 11:30 we got orders to proceed down to the yard lor the circus train IVe got down there all right and the how people were all ready to start. It was a good heavy train for one engine, nnd I said toMurf: 'I'll take the ereenv feeling out of you before we get very far Me got away, and with this train.' after we'd passed out of the yards I commenced to swing 'em along pretty pood. I felt n little drowsy, and like all good, trusty engineers, with un hand on the fhrottle and my eyes on the track, thinking of home nnd the old, oaken bucket, I dropt Into n doe, "I was irbout half asleep when phut! phw-i-s-I heard something go nnd I brought tip In the front of that cab nd hit my head on the doorframe. shut her off nnd wc stopped lery sud den, just like we. had broken In two or the train air hose had separated, set' ling the air brakes. The head brake' man came running up and says: "Wot'l you think ycrdoln'? Tryln to pluy snap the whip?' "'You tend to your biz nnd I'll look out for the locomotive,' says I. 'The air pipe 1 lis busted somewhere near the tnginei I heard her go'." ,' "'This train's branded with a said Murf. 'I wish I hud laid oil t! 1 boo-doo- Tho Temple llepalred.I Kings St The Spiritual Templc.- -I Cor MB, 17. Key, 3:17. 2 Cur. K.IK. i:iIi. iThc. ISAt.MS n. IM. 107. US, US and IK. ac cording to Uolkle, wcro composed for this occasion. TIM K. Journey of return, spring, II. C. this train.' 886; temple planned, altar set up, October, '"Hetter pet your grub pall nml Sis; foundations f temple begun. May, 6tt, itinrii, sos you won t pull nuny him building ceased, la years; work on temple pry. It's more likely n holm trying renewed, &M; templo completed, tit. ri.ACK. Jerusalem.' to get fresh cutting the trnln pipe,' ItUI.nitR.-Cyr- us, king of Ilabylonla and M1'H I, the east till K9; Darius llttasies KJ-- i, Vhls time the pipe had separated be at completion of temple; Tarquln the tween two cnM nboiit 20 eur lengths I'rotid, king of Home. an 1'IlOrilKTS. -back from the engine. Ther soon lind time nf return Daniel, 10:1),old man. st In (Dan. It eonneotctl ngnln nml we were ofl llaggal and ZechnrUh wero both Ilabylon, living In onee more. Mut we hndn't cone verv Jerusalem, but did not begin to prophesy 1111 11. mniiy miles further when, kerslam nxn.ANATonr. hang! we brought upon nil fours ncuin. Introductory. If the 40,000 return 1 ws getting pretty inml now been use ing exiles left Ilabylonla In March (II, I knew there wns some one sepnriitiiic C. 53G), they eould not well rrnch ,Jer- thnt train pipe which set the nlr brakes snlcm, nftrr n journey of S00 to TOO and brought us up short. I determined miles, before some time In July, it not to budge out of that spot till wc took !?ra four mouths to make the lounii out wiint it was. We hnd made journey (I'ra 7:9). They found the such a sudden stop the lust time thnt city In ruins, nslthad lain forOyrnrs we routed out everybody and the side since Its complete destruction by Nebushow freaks were prancing around in chadnezzar. "The list of tow ns," snys the chill, enrly morning nir without (Jeikie, "named by Kzrn and Xohcmlnh much clothes on. They presented an (Kzra !:S3, SS, 31; Nch. 7:!3-!G- ) ns the uncanny sight, nnd I didn't wonder nt first homvs of their brethren Includes Murf saying the train wis hoodooed. only llcthlehem ou the south, white on The train hands and myself started in the north their territory did not extend to make a thorough inspection, and beyond the narrow limits of Ilcuja-mln.we had quite n few spectators from In October, two or three months members of the circus who occupied after theirnrrlial, they proceeded tore- three sleeping ears nt the rear of the new the worship of God by rebuilding train. They would offer us sugges- the altar ou its old foundation. tions now and then. I. The Foundations of the Temple " 'This his n bloody, blooming, blarst-e- d Laid. Ys. Ys. 10. "The build country,' said the Knglish ers, i. e., Jcbhiia nnd erubbnbel, who 'Hover In hold Hengland wc were nt the head of nffulrs. (See Kzrn wouldn't nrc sech goln's hou as this. 3:2.) "Priests in their apparel:" The If the hair brakes won't work, why elegant nnd beautiful official robes used don't you use the 'nrnd brakes?' by the priests in celebrations, es " 'Say. there wns no ropes on yer pecially the blue, their scarlet purple and stnyin' In hold Hengland was there?" robes, with gold nnd gems. (Sea V.x. says the hean brakeman. 'If you don't 31: in. 39:27, etc.) "With trumpets:" like the way we do things why don't Not fur music; but, like our uhurch yer go back? They probably have bells, for summoning assemblies nnd neicr heard of hair brakes over there.' joyful nunonneements. "The sons of "All this while we had been looking Asaph:" One of the great choir lend the train over, nnd linnllv we reached ers of David's time. These were his the caboose without Uncling nn.V deor their successors In this fect In airbrake hose. Kverv time the choir, as those in training lit the schools brakes had been set the pipe hnd been of the prophets were called sons of the found uncoupled between two cars prophets. "Cymbals: These were muCertainly that pipe didn't fall npait sical instruments very much like those We had abont made up our which are iu use niniri'ig us under the Itself. minds to start and try onee more when same name. "After the ordinance (or one of the brnkemen, who was nlHiut der) of David:" (S-- e 1 throti. IS: in, half way up the length of the train, 21.) David first organized choirs n ml yelled: music for the temple sen ices. Ys. 11 'Here It Is, ltoys! It's n monkey. ang together by rourse, 1!. v., one to snres I live. lie s hiding here ou one another. resonsively. (Compare Kx of the trucks of this car.' 13:20. Ilible. "He is We all made a run for that ear. nnd good," etc.: These words first nppcar sure enough there was a monkey sit ns the doxology nt the close of the ting on one of the reur trucks. psalm written by David, and sung Ht "How arc you going to get him the bringing nf to Jerusalem out of there?' asked the man who had (1 Chron. IC:31). the arkare found sul- They made the discovery. He made a move stantinlly in Psa. 10C, 107, 113. Ys. 1 ment townrd his monkeyshlp. nnd "Ancient men, thnt had seen the whist! the monkey went dancing along house," which wns destroyed II. C. first 5fi6, ou the under braces of the car. U p had SI years before. II. Opposition and Delay. Ys. , 7, It. " 10-1- 3. ring-mnste- r. pipe hn p.irted nnd I mi,v we stirred tilings, up Mils lime must luivr fiiiile the fnt lath In ! thilt l'rnt Idcner linK been milfoil to her ns to give her a soft place to land mi, miis I. "Murf's teeth were chnttcrlng, nml he mivs: 'Hill, I neter expect to net home nllte ngnln. There's n hoodoo on nt-nl- agnlnst the cab vvlndovr njrnln. Mut REBUILDING THE TEMPLE. stuck Mr lirnit elenn through the rIusi on his utile. The tire wat lljlnp; frotr. International Sundny School Leaspn the set lirnkea like n Dew try celcbrn for Scplemher a, IMIU Teat, Kara (Ion. I shut ofT stenm, ntul vtc mailt Uilo-li.- 1 Memory Verses, lo, It. nnuthcr Hough Klilcr flu Mi, (Specially Arranged from Peloubct's Notes,) guess the A DRUMMER'S EXPERIENCE. - c5-- Lost a Customer bi- nrfustnr Drink, Itnl Ssred Ills llunae from Heavy l.nss. fa " For the Sake of Fun Mischief Is Dong." eruptions, tfooJ putt. It dysptpsU. Mitjtstlon, ntnixisntss, A vAst mnml of mlschitf Is done, too, btCJtuse ptorlt ntgltct to kttp thtlr "'Tniln tiUI.PKN Ti:.NT. The temple or Clod la holy, which lemplo Je are. 1 Lor, 1:17. ItKAl) Chapters S anil I. Ttio Temple nf Holomon. i.ioiit ntoji oTiiKHKcniiTunna- Kings, Chaps, I A HONEYMOON INCIDENT. fnlnnn Ileitis a Ynnac Worn nn nf Her llnatinnil and Hint of Ills Manhood. A happy young couple, married only the night before, cairn to Holyoke Inst Tuesdny morning from Knsthamptnn to spend their honei noon. 'I hey ur rlvrd at the depot ami the husband ex cusctl himself a few minutes to go nnd to n get a hack to take them n IlOltl. As soon ns he gets outside of the de n pot he faces one of these saloon, lie perhaps rays to himself "I'll just step In here nnd get a (floss of brer." He goes in nnd gets a glass ml thnt Is so tempting, he thinks he will haie another, nnd he tnkrs nn other, and another, and another, and before, he realizes It he Is drunk. He tins forgotten nil nlnxit the bride and the marrlnec altar the eienlng be fore, when he promised to "loir her. comfort her, honor nnd kerp her. Now she walks nervously and noxiously up nud down thedeHit plntform, eirrj moment expecting her husband to re turn. She wails hour after hour throughout that long day doubtless to her the longest of all her life. Hut where is he? Oh! he Is drunk! Sleep ing oil the effects of his liquor in the police station! Toward the next morning he begins lo sober olT nnd to wnke up. The first glimmerings of light begin to stream in through the grated windows. He looks around, but somehow everything looks strangely new nnd unfamiliar, He says to himself: "Where am I? mnn-trip- he asked. THE HOODOO. the divil's own time getting that mon key. First he would appear in one place, nnd when his pursuers would get near he would disappear nnd In a second show up some plnce else. He appeared to enjoy this game of hide and seek, but was rather coy of uctlnir ln front of the crowd i.i i, ly nun oi much strategy nno, the use of n of nuts, one of the animal handful keepers succeeded Iu corralling him on a brakebeam, and It was Ml over. The filibustering monkey was placed In the car with the rest of his race und chained up for mifrty. "In the hustle und bustle of loading the nnimalH on the. train he had got away and hid himself on one of tlm ear trucks, and when the train started he meandered n round. He probably uncoupled the train pipe the first time by accident, nnd seeing he hffd caused quite u hubbub tried It over and oirr gain, with more satisfactory results. When wo got gnlnjr nicely again I elled over to Murf and sayst "'The next time you get your shirt on wrong you leave It that way, no matter If they tukcyou for a fleet of ferry Y. Sun. boats.' N. .i "-- Simr if Simthniv Nni'. Improiriig yourself Is the surest way "'Yes, by thunder, I wish jou had!' to Improve your situation. I ho totally depraved person Is one I thought. 'You muke me feel like a walkl'ig dreambook,' that is certain nil are us bad oh he. livery man to his culling even the "The brakemau gave ine a signal to bell boy. go uhcad. All men un; put out when they are nil right,' he hollered; 'hose just parted between the fourth and taken In. Somehow It seems to be only the fifth cars.' "I tried the air, and as it worked nil the young man that Is spoken of as right In a minute we were on again model. and hitting It at a respectable ullp. i'erhups the sou that slaved nt home "'Wonder whut made the hose part'." had uxpeoled to ltiniket the fatted cnlf. Murf hollered over to me. Iho barber Is ii'tt especially mtt to "'Dunno, 1 unswered. 'I supxise speak of his small Hoy us a shaver. those darn nincompoops In the yurd Grain speculators are pitted nmilust didn't have them connected good. each other. Thv" The futhcr who Intlsts on ruling thr 'ya7 my little sp'eoh wus here parlor Is u tort o( i cui.rt iunrUul. by ay htai brlusin; uu Chicago Democrat, "If -- I'nntlnsT the I'nlillr. "I'm about bsMhed in the matter nf curiosities," inul the owner nf a smill stnre, was n full pnrlncrir "It's a Ihs.I habit- - tow idea of drawing of whom I , of the house, which wns mini at (20i.(NMt tradeI by making a s- buunnss the wind-I Hit can't stop Mwon't allow I lost the custom of thin house. It." A few hours later the sod water trade failed in iilxnit two vears after this foi wis rushing. The crowd iHtiside Ike winf50O.iM.Hi, but did not get my Iioiim out until it al for n cent. Since that time this tnnu dow garni bird that wis thu.lia Ing the rerung in markable race. h hns gone down the hill, until The eard attached bore a handful nf the llvhahrt htstrneallv it together and de. in n te whisky wreck. lie nl.nr name icry oor. anil has but few of the neces smned fnr a "I'mis Sanuss " Alter it wrr the wordssaries of life, nnd Irtis lowot k icry hard A few dats later the "eHrir.itr" wis feed-lein the hark vanl with the rest of the to make both ends meet. Ill bend li now white, nnd his sle feeble and tot kaoltm hen. Dttrmt I'rre Press. tering X neirr see that man that thli Coil) Calleil fur a Cut. Incident doesn't come up In my mind Col. Cody, the eminent soiut. helped to My employer commended mi- - for what build a chunh at North Ptalt. and was I did, nnd retained me in bis hcnicc foi lor hi wife and daughtir In aetom-panthem to the The minister 13 years. If it had not been forwhlskv gate nut the hi run, uhnh cnniHteSMt-with nnd have ihe words this man would thii-sn- d tongue "Oh. for ten plenty to start all his children nnd tn sing," etc. The orvanist. who played he grandchildren In life. Nushiille Chris ear. started the tune in Inn high r. key and had to try again. A second alWmpt ended "MY GOD! WHAT HAS 1IKCOMK OF tian Adioeate. like the first in failure. "Oh. lor ten thouHKttT" sand tongue to sing my great " eawe th oening word for the third time, followed NOTES OF REFORM. Am I dreaming?" Oh, no, he Is not by a soneak from the own ami a rrlsp.e dreaming would that it wrre only a into piinful silence. Cody eould Drink buries sorrow that rises in himself no longer, and blurted nut contain "Start dream. As he eolues to himself more it at five thousand, ami mebhe some of the I. "The adversaries of Judah:" The s.nd more he tries) to account for his creased San Francisco Drink is the mother of want and tb rest of ui can get in." mixed race of the Samaritans. Those presence iu that strange place. are. opjioscd in race, In religion, and in purYery dimly he remembers going nurse of crime. Ixinl llroughum. Doctor anil I'allent. pose. They did not call themselves ad Into a certain saloon near the demit Saloons are sin und disease, breeders. rather Ireonilst. Dr. Itrown Aren't versaries, but were so In reality. Y. and taking scleral drinks, and then but, while our Isiard of health tacks lit tnt! You told me thejou other day that yea us build with you:" Let us Join In starting back to the depot, but he felt notices of contagious disease the hoard are ten vr cent better than tou were when your work, nnd hence in the use and ill so tired and sleepy that he thought he of excise tacks up n license to sell jou first consulted me, ami now you list rome here and want me to take 'JO r cent, rcctlon of the temple. "For wc seek would just sit down on thn curbstone drunkenness.- - The 1'dltor. off rav bill. your God . . . nnd wc do sacrifice nnd rest a minute, but liefore he knew in Miloondom, mid 'Ji "Christendom Conralesient Hut I sm not here this unto Him:" Hut they did It In n very it he was asleep, il reaming of the happy per cent, of main church mumbersarc lime for my health.-Iln.t- on Trauserijit. way, partially In connection homo to lie established ns soon as he on the pny roll of the drink -- n different Wrnnaeil. s with other things which would destroy returned home front the honeymoon, gangers, collectors, or si "Kvery man," shouted the orator, "has the perfection nnd power of the Jewish and of the lovely bride who wus to John O. Wooley. his liner!" "Weakened the hands: worship. Over one million of the bct of fiod't "You're a darn liar," said the memlier moie about ns a queen In the little pal The refusal of the Jews to unite with ace of a home. Hut while so sweetly creatines entered upon the nlenholic from Walipsnr. in an undertone. "My 1 the Samaritans made them bitter cue dreaming, he Is suddenly aroused by short-lin- e road to the lilt iu the lust ten tinee is only $.Tof), and ain't get it jit." Chicago Tunc Ilcrsld. tnics, o ml they ilid everything In their a harsh slinking up. He opens his eyes. years. The road Is still open with met .. ... .. iower to stop the progress of the tern nnd looking up he sees u policeman 200.000 depots In the l ulled Statea- .11c uses a siinnu iu i. .uiuisi'i'j .1. ;!.: iiiiumg how- - unhariiy she tmuld If shewctcnot pie building. (1) As In Xchcinlah'a w no says: "iukc up, here. Jiesers Lnlon dospel News. as OSfl'J as sue is, .1 1.1 ), time (Nch. by sneers, slanders, a patrol wagon drive up near, but with The late Iird Derby, in estlmatlnc and threatening attacks. (2) lly writ out nt lly appreciating It he in shoved the political forces In the country, once its Hewitt "Kvrry rose lug slanderous letters to the govern into the v.'ugon and taken to the ollce said: "Nothing could be more foolish .Tewett ' Yea. the thorn Ishas bid." thorn." Town the mcnt nnd hiring (Y. i) "counselors' station to spend the night. than to estimate the power of temper- - Toi ira. All thin comes faintly back to ltis unce reformers by their numerical against them:" probably In llaylouln. This continued "all the days of Cyrus,' mlud and suddculy lie thinks of his strength, ns thry nre moral reformers, who died iu S29, "until the reign of bride left In the lloston Maine detKjt wnoso earnestness nnd enthusiasm can Darius," who began to reign 1). C. S22, the morning before, and he cries out in not be tabulated by llgurrs." and It took two years more to get the his uugulsh: "My (iod! what bus be- Acting under orders from Mnvoi ji,.,.,, ,K.rmssion so that for about .nariin, my .Marshal l.ocke, o' Coir - veurg nothliiL' wns done ou the tem- - that he has no face to meet her ngain, cord, N. 11., has closed eicry saloon In and he yowh that when out of there he the place, the tunyor has stntcd cm pie, lit. The Temple Completed. Karly will run away; and so he did, for the phatieally that he proposes to enforce In the reign of Darius Ilystuspcs the Transcript told us that us soon us he the Inw, nud this order, which Includes, Jews obtained ormiiou to build the was lined fS he cleared out, and they the hotels of the city as well us the I lie prophets Hnggui and had lost tilt trnre of him. The bride saloons, is therefore pcrinnncnt. temple. Zecliarinli urged the people forward. waited al'. day at the depot and In the inristiau work. evening her actions attracted the atthe new moicment begun II. C. S20,nnd Stop flKarellc Making. tention nf the station agent, who asked In four ears, just TO .icars nftcr the deAt the twentv-sl-inniimuil struction of Solomon's temple, SS0, the her trouble, and she told him her story. IS VOur breath bad? Then blin up Hon of Charities nml Corrections, heln . . f ! I. . . . 1 new temple was completed and dedi nnd lie adiised her to Jool.-fmenus turn .1 ineir ncaus ismc. in Cincinnati a few thus slue,- - m. ,i. town. cated, II. ('. 310. A bid breath means a bad liver. So she trumped t he streets of Holioke dress was made by (ieorge Torrcnce, TYI'i: OF SPUUTUAL TKMPLK. Ayer't Pills are liver pills. Thecure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, The temple was the symbol and type looking for her husband till late nt or routine. HI., sunerlnti tuli nt .,1 ),. night, wheu she went ton iiotcl.tot to state reformatory, on "The Ilelntlon ot 11a, uciuacnc. of God's spiritual temple, both tho indi:3C. All OTUCKlStS. sleep all night, but to weep all night. llie ugarctte to Crime." Afterrceltlng vidual ChrUthui and the whole people Want your rnuuttsih r b4td. a usauufbt And ns uoon ns the deisit was open his own experience with lioyscomlng u of (iod (I. lor, 3:10-10(1) lllch and 'l O costly preparations haie been made by Wednewhiy morning she was there, his institution. Mr. '1 'orreiict sulil BUCKINGHAM'S DYE or others. We nre heirs of nil the nges. waiting mil watching for her husband nm sure cigarettes nre destroying nnd .. ..4 (2) The foundation Is Jesus Christ. (3) lo come. Hut while she waited. Officer making criminals of more of them than the saloons." his A lie bus prophets with messages from Griffin, who hnd heard of her sai story nre 21H Ihivk. In O.'l. reformat nrv hiri ."'r,,luu""",ul, ""!' of A Ofthe night before nnd had been looking uril'r."uH iiwrmrl lie 1' '.iod to aid und encourage In thu build INDEPENDENCE. for him, came up and told her Hint her of age, 58 were cigarette smokers. Of "t ing the Ilible, the Holy Spirit, with 133, niernglng 14 years of ugc, 123 were (leneral Wsshlngtnn'a ruuuiilsiiion as Coin- ......... ... ,, v uivi in in 0111111ea1.11 Army, its teachers, pastors und friends to bring husband had been arrested and fined cigarette smokers. Of R2, mcruglng IS suthcullclty ilulr rertlllnl to hy Jmnca 11. tho message. (I) 'Iho true Christian for drunkenness. The young wife, Ilalno. hec. when on flno this, was ustounded. vcurs. 73 were ciirnrctte smokers. This Ixinit pajjer In cl htata character when complete is beautiful She she heard to two showing tho ureal started nut find him, but her demonstrates Unit 02 per cent, of the seal of tho Untied colors anil bultatilo Mr frsni-InhUUi. lid costly. Ills soul Is the Holy tit anil sn ornament lo n i.mn.i efforts were unsuccessful, uml shehnil wnoie number were cigarette fiends at Holies Iu which God dwells and mani to any mldros, Ml cents, ixMlnaht to go bank to Kusthninpton and resume the, time of committing crimes fnr aiallril hr rrglstcriHlltttrrfortnonev nr.W .(V.i,. llernll fests Himself. her single life ngnln. Ilev. O. Miller, which they were committed to the re- orSo. postago atiinitw ,iu VVtLSOV A IJAI.Y. s) in Nutinnnl Advocate. formatory. The general discussion de- Ailama rilreit, CUlnu-u- III. AuunU Wauled. Hum's Horn II In t n. veloped is similar experience with Ha guards well his wealth who un K .Minister's Testimony. others connected with reformatories grudgingly uses It fur the weal of thu "Heforc 1 became nn abstainer I suf- - for lioys. Presbyterian. uorld. fered from falntlngfltH. I even fainted No innii ever gave of bis best without In the pulpit, and my life, wns n burProtest Aunlnst Drink llvll. A Natural Black is Produced by thereby losing some of ids worst. den. My ply sleian came from Ixindon, Delegates of the Dutch lieformrd Cursed uru tho Impure in heart, for nnd you do not drink you will church nssembled In Pretoria, Houlh said: 'If they can only see the eill. 'Yery well, doctor, then Africa, die.' I The ruluu cf repentance is not In the I'll die.' said: health rapidly Improved. against for the purpose, of protesting SOcti.cldiutgntiMR P HtlltiCs.,Nsiliys.N.H. My ucpths of its feelings, but In the per I met this physician three days ago. clared tothe drink evil, width was debe undermining the national manency of Its fruits. lie said: 'You utterly surprise me. hornctrr, nnd affecting Hoers as well The iKiwer of our talent may be hin Let me CUKLS Mltll tell you, if there wai no such n natives. A deputation nfterwaids Dost Unit Hma. 'rui i...r tiu tm dered by the discourtesy of our man to Itnl. dniaraTlaiLaV thing at alcohol, I should have to put waited upon the president nnd urged ners. Grace should mike lis graceful up my ihutten.' " Cnon Wilbtrfore. the strict enforcement of the Iay. 1 ar i ass 111 n word and act, sM-nmu-uty l,t For IS years I wn n drimuurr. territory was hi nil of the southern slates, nnd I traveled through them till, In one of the largest cities in Iher states I hnd good customer In whiiiti I sold many large bills. The biijn of this house was man whodrnnk reg ulnrly and very often. On one trip I went in to sec this buy er, and he sent the stock clerk to see how many cases of my goods wero need rd. When told, he ran his arm In mine nnd walked nut of the office nnd iiii the street tn nn ulley (talking nil the time about business), nnd then down the at ley to the buck doornf n barroom. When he struck the alley I snw his object, nnd said; "If the will help me now, will not brenk my rule." hen we got within ten feet nf the door nf the ac cursed hole. I stopped, nnd, looking nt my customer (for hecertnlnly wns not my friend), 1 said: "I dou t drink any thing; no use my going Iu there." lie looked nt me, and said: "Come on nnd repllrd: "No, I don' take n drink." I'nke n elgnr, then." "No, drink. dun t go in Iktrroomsnt all." He stopped and looked me squarely In the fnce, nnd took his arm out of mine, nnd went In lie soon came out, and we walked buck to his office, bill he didn't nrm me bnrk nor speak n word to me. hen we got Into the office again I took out my order as though nothing had happened, and snld, illlely: "How munv caws shall I put down?" "None," s'nld he( "I don't want any." I nnswrrcd: "All right, sir; we hnie n surplus on hand nt all times, mid when you want nn cl our goods we will be pleased to haw your order, and bnde him good day. This was Saturday. I remained oierlp the city until Monday. Sundav morn ing went to church, ns was my linl.it nnd when tlm collection wns taken ur who should I see passing the plate inj way but this buyer whotn I hnd of I don't know frndrd the dav before. whether he recognized me or not, but knew hi tn. and wns told thnt he hud liecn nn officer iu that church 20,icnrs Now for the application. lhi man 11 11 1 1 MJnty distJtsts, And other Mlmtnts, Hood's S.trurJri!U cvrts Ml disttses promoted by impure blood or Au sUte of the system, Rememher rr'i SUNKIIAZER FLIES OF MAINE. Worse Than Jersey Mustjulloes and KUslua lluus llasr .Vi Chance Willi Tlicui. 61nce renilina in the iicwspspen of lli kitiinK buit snd Ins doing sli the people in rural Maine have tskeii In capturing hugs lift! insrctsof sll sorts and bruiunm the pcci-ntn- s to town lor cxsiiuiMtHin y iicmsij-j- r men and njtutsiiti. (.utilities are tho kinds of hiitis that lute Urn taken to llangur in buttles, Ixues and preserve jrs, tnd the captors sll sesm to he sorely when tokl that uiteil of the gun-ain- e kisser tliey have s niotli killer, a lace-singlly, ur acmetliing quite cuniuien nd harmless. A man came from Yrazie tn Hangar the Xlicr day with a frr(iiis IimiKiiir litiK nrked un In .1 preserve Jar and rtaitnnl the credit ol liavinit captured the tint kissing It was net hug in that MM of the lountty thn fsitMiti Liuiiu hit4 thst he had. hut a 111- litre hug somen hat rrtriHuhtig a irrMll leu-ite- r with mugs "1 don't care a hang,' declared the easls-man- , when tM that he must try again. 'These (dirts kin Ink the sluthn nut nf Sunkhairrs, and that's win I nunc of jour win mo n Ihuii l.in do." Not many people living far away from langor know unit a "Suskhaser" is like. It a ferocious big lly that infests the Hat ind meailnna shout Sunkhsse ilesdwaler, t place In the I'rnolwot titer where the and tiheir millions of leg sater is t ire rafted. The Sunlhaiers are the f the Inciters, umii uli.mi they feast to nothing ran drive .heir heart s content, ami them aav They are four tunes the sue of the famed miMHites of .lerey, awl any Maine man Mill hark one nf them against a kiMing lugs in a fair stand up tight. Maine fnlks hare. prlmhl) . nn kissing hugs, wit so long as the Snnkharrrs snrvtvt they sill not feel lonesome. N. Y. Sub. slk lrn 111'" g y nix-nin- -- "It store-keeer- lence-keepers- 11 1 4:1-12- 1 ir. j- li or ui ). CO M; ,l,,s l.lthrH-rtti.h- k..,,i. Buckingham's Dyew;?.. 1 CUBAN CAPITAL. Kniiiiri;llii?lu llavnna AltnofctHtmniioil On! liy Collector IIIIsh. An IDLE NEGROES. Din t rumU. Aralntt 1 hrm In Mill (na It ItflnX l'lMllil lgOr.lUljr-- A lMlfl .Number leafing; the til jr. PICTURED HORSES. Artists' Uleetl of the I'rearnl Are Sat ' Always Xalnrnl. y nllo-grtlii- T UAR0AINS IN TOMBSTONES. jr.tt CHRONIC Thee WEATHER View ore .VI KICKERS Ulve 1 R0BERTD0VK!'iG Telia tho Secret of Hia Groat ('nritlna of dm- Advanerit Methods llusln-sa f.'lty the 1'nneral Ailoplril Xenr a tVmelery, In s, I.nnehrnom III riillosnplier nn 1. nil In (lenernl. American (loinel-sl- ie MrttM In fieri, lliiimt Klin, Ma j Use. In lllm President 11m (Jinerl HeilUs. Rays Mi tlomii Havana, Aii(f. 20.- -A Filipino, who liiul llveil Home year In lulus ami n massed it constdrratila, fortune, recently died, rtml llio cittestlon nrusc n to wlio should take clinrco of the A the man died under rttnlf. Amerlcnn OTerelfiity -- tho United State controlling the i'litllpplncs the, courts of Cuba could not denl with the matter and the military authorities refused to act. The there foro dcrolrcd upon the llrltlsh consul general, Mr. Lionel Oardcu, who represents the Interest o( American citizen here, and Mr. Car-dewill be In In charge of tlio eitnte until the the return of the on of the n, smuggler. The strike of mason continues, though the masters hare to agree to pay from !i.!0 to SiSO to mason, and from SI to SI. 40 to lalrorcrs for a day of nine anil a half hours. It I said the carpenter will strike next Monday If the strike of the masons has not been arranged by that time. Uen. Maximo (ionirr. recently received a letter from Madame Tcodora 11 deceased from Mexico. Owing to the actlrlty of Collector mu(ri;lln)r, which used to be rampant In the city of Ilavnna, I now stamped out here. Cuba I a kind of I'arudlao for smuggler, owlnif to the lone, broken coast, and It will take some time to eradicate imuggllnR altoI gether. Hut Collector 111! determined to do alt In lit Hiwer to put an end to it. Ho offers 34 per cent, of the value of the confiscated good to any custom house Inspector capturing Mi, I.ITTl.K Hock, Ark., Aug. an,- - The Is an The nrllsts.' linrrie of erusndo against Idlo Negrues, wliluli illlTerVnt rrenttire, from the began shortly after the ntrucloim nv nrtlst' linrse of n rrntury ngo. Inyrnra anull committed on white women In gone ley his neck wns nrrlietl, hi rump this city la fit week, Is living pimlicd well liiunilril ami his whole bearing Freanil inelodrnmnlle. pnmptm rigorously. Of tho fiO Nepr.nc"! Jailed at suspects, quently In the good old tiny lie- - raised n large number liavo Ireen sentenced to onr foreleg like n tttrr dog or reared on both hind legs nflrr the fashion of n Jail for 00 dnya on bread and water on grlrzly bear. lint thing liittr ehnngrd the charge of vagrancy, now, ntul the plcfurlnt, or niiirlilr, sferd Tho bread and wtter acntenecs nrc Imu nlferrd his qtinndnnt pose for given under authority of an old law brisker mill more businesslike attithat had not been Invoked in many tude. While the modern metamorphoyears. Largo number of Negroei sis may Inrk the heroic fenture have fled from Little Itock to escape willed formerly eharnrterlrril our arrest. Three who have been identi- good old friend, we believe thenrtlatlc fied as thine who assaulted white horo nf the present dny I much more women havo been rumored to another neeurntr. They sny the ehnnge I due county to avoid possible lynching. nlmost entirely to the rriclatlou of Ofllcers arc still smirching :or the the iustnritnnenii rnmera. Titles portrait mnkrr lin enught tho other two culprits nuil nrc arresting steerl In nrtloii nnd ehown us exactly every Idle Negro thoy lind on n charge how he look. It lint nhvny shown ns of vagrancy. that when hr run he double up like Oov. Jones 1'rtday received a letter u jnekknife and Ihyiw grace to the from the "N'atlonnl Anti-Momid winds. It ha likewise ijrmnnstrntril Lynch Law association," of Spring- the fnet that e nrtlst had erfield, 0., requesting him "In the namo roneous lilrnn ns to how the brute hanof humanity, law and order, to pre1 dled his feet and used his leg. Indeed, vent tho lynching of those it) mm in photography lin shown n o many thing nbout muting borers thut strict Little Uock." oreiirney In thrlr eortralture I nlmost THE CORDON AT OPORTO. ridiculous. Infnl-Hidb old-tim- Ills Asserted Hint If Itatalillshril It Mill SAVING SILVER AT THE MINT. I'rmtur a ramliir Injurious 1tia.li Ilia I'luRiir ll.elf. Iraa Toiete Kafen Areay by Arid to lr OroitTo, Aug. 50.- - There has been a great exodus of the population since the government announced its intention to establish n sanitary cordon around Oporto with tin- - vlc of restricting tho spread of the plague. Tho proposil meets with much Dr. I'ina Cullndo, the governor of Oporto, has resigned as a protest. It Is asserted that the cordon If estabopjxr-sltlo- rresrnre Their I'reelous Coallnrz. Terhnp the most Interesting schrtne for the of wnste slher nt the mint Is Hint npplled to the utensils of the melting gang, ay the New Orleans Times-Democra- t. The npproarhes to nil the eenieferle nliout New Vork nro fined with stone-jnrdwhere henilpireos may he had on short notice! mid In n great tnrlrty of style to suit tliiMnrying taslch mid degree of grief or sentiment on the part of the surtiror. Tombstone, nre r.iirh cumbersome utul henvy ware that they nre displayed nt the tery gate of the grnteynril for convenience In making prompt ilellterle. The for them Is reasonably steady, nud It would not strike the cnsunl observer that there wu mucli.stimiilntion to nn eager competition In the business of supplying them. It I the more surprising, therefore, suy the New Vork Sun, to come ncros n jnb lot of headstonen at hargnTn price. Out In nn eastern suburb of the city on Long Island n wheeling tourist entne upon un odd spectnele of n mark-dow- n sale of tombstone the other day. ATI goods were markrd In plain figure In the regular nnd much npproted manner of tiie great department storr. The prlre were nttrnctlvennil the manner of their exhibition wn enough to tempt one to lay In a rupply ngnlnst the lime when In the course of nature he might need something In this line. Lettered In while paint were, nil rtyles, hapes nnd slzrs In grnnlte monuments-plain, polished nnd ornate. "Very fine at $11;" "This style. "A beaut v. onlv SU.Sn," nnd "liedured I to $10," were some of the legends. The stood, like n floorwnlker, j stonecutter among hi wares, wearing nn Inviting ' smile, while a rlinl denier neross the way looked on with scorn nil over hi grimy face nt the ndvnneed business methods of hi neighbor. "D'Je ever notice,'' Mid the lunchroom philosopher, "nh.it a neer-coiilcnlekit o' pinlieads we areT Now, it seems no tunc at all since I v.i n rarni' .niiiiiid and kiekiu' like blazes because the leaves and rtocu-i- s didn't piear on scheilme tune. I brlnte I blamed my Mile fur it.' I nits eoilcnlmk and tired of tlnlly blasts and in) olitr giieti top-coa- t thit I sort o' lield her persunally resiwnsible for the backwardness of the 1 told her lilacs and dailies and pansies. that I wanted red-hot- , sizziing weather, and lots of it that for all I eated a ding the sun (ould ro on sizzling forever. Now 1 find that I'm sick of the summer. I find myself longing to hear the leaves iwirunft in the 1 ditches and to have the fire lighted in the latrohc. I find that I want to take linek walks in the sharp, chilly air, I find that I'm hungry for buckwheat rakes and sau sage. I m tired o beer. I m weary of car riding out in the country. Durn it all I want snow tnree leel limit. llizzard ol It, andlviantthetheatrrsand the hot rWclicsl And along toward the end of nct February I'll lee chewing the rag. in the same old way, about moving to some tropical country, where I can get warmed up nnd he fanned Jlobert Downing, the Tragedian. )iV hfllmv eenhves. sm! nil Ihse blnrt n'liTfst. Robert Downing was rtiently interviewed c even We don t know what. ,we ..want.. ; i r.t i. by the press on the subject of Ins splendid . ..i. rum ut AnA.nn. .tin. .. iuhk iiiiivii n.,niB 1. as kids get sick of their painted Noah'a physical health. Mr. Downing promptly and emphatically gave the whole credit of hu arks or tin soldiers." Washington Post. splendid physical condition to Pc-na, say- Still More Connlrrfelllntc. The Secret Service has lust unearthed an other hand nf counterfeiters and secured a large quantity of bogus lulls, which are so cleverly executed that the average person nould never suenect them of being stmnous. Things of great value are always selected for imitation, notably llostetter's .Stom ich Hit ters, Inch has many imitators but nocquala for disorders liue indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and general de bility. Always go to reliable druggists who have the reputation of giving what you ask tor. t An Onnee of Prevention. "Doctor, a friend of mine has assured me that etickiiig lemons will prevent sea Is that true!" "Yet, provided you sit in the shade of a tall tree while ton suck the lemon." Standard and Catholic Times. sick-nes- ing: "I find it a preventive against all sudden tumtner ills that swoop ujiou one in changing climate ami water. "It is the finest traveling companion and safeguard against malarial influences. i "To sum it up, n.i has done toe more good than any tonic I have ever taken." Healthy mucous membranes protect the body against the heat of summer and the cold of winter. is sure to bring health to the muoous membranes of the l'c-ri- Write for a copy of Dr. Ilartman's latest book entitled "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. Ilartman, Columbut, O. Itcmcmber that cholera morqtH, cholera infantum, summer complaint, bilious colic, diarrhoea and dysentery' arc each and all catarrh of the bowels. Catarrh is the only correct name for these affections, is an absolute specific for there ailments, which arc so common in summer. Dr. Hart-main a practice of over forty years, never lost a single case of cholera infantum, dysentery-, diarrhoea, or cholera morbus, and his Thoi-only rrmcdywas desiring further particulars should send for a free copy of "Summer Catarrh." Addross Dr. Ilartman, Columbus, O. a whole body. WANTED ST. PAUL'S ADDRESS A n. lished, will produce a famine more in- jurious than the plague. Hirh rail- - DREYFUS GOING TO THE LYCEE. nnd the Indie thnt come in eontnet with the molten metal nro laid nslde nt Internals anil sent downstnir. They nrr eoterrd with whnt look like brow u rust, but is really oxiilirril silver. Hupposc, to dlgres a moment, one elcslrril to 'get a coat of pnlnt olT the oiitshle of a house. In such nn eteut the plan of sernplng nwny the house nnd Iratlng the shell of paint standing would he regarded nssomewhnt eeeeti-trie- , yrt that is substantially the mrth-o- d niluptrtl at the mint. The implements- nre placed In luilis of sulphuric ncld. which ntliirl. the Iron or steel, but Irate the siltcr untouched. They nro tery curious, these fi. pile casts. Their surface Is n wirt of n.it urnl filigree, lioiicconil'il with fantastic perforations. The reproduction of n bolt orseiew Woflcu-tlmu perfect ns nn electrotype, but they are hurried remorselessly iai k to the crucible nnd thus pursue their e.tele until nt last they find their Karinii in a minted coin. (lorn I'aut'a .Mfiilenty. e i:"gi-sltmni- per, the strainer The big Iron stirring rods, the dip- TneLlsli Censor Who Was After the Author of I'.platlea to Hie lialatlana. f.ndles Con Wese echoes One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Eas- thor of the objectionable citation, lind been dend for more than IS centuries This rufllrjl the grntlty of the police commissary, who angrily exclaimed: "How dare you attempt such Impudent cnjolery with me".'" nnd forthwith the printer. K.xtraordlnnry ns President Kruger.rceentls rrfnu-dn. It- may appear, the reiteration of the Interview to ii celebrated who thereupon sent back word Hint he same simple explanation to the censor must see him. thnt lie was nooiilinnry had nn equally exasperating etfect on person, that. In fact, hewnsu member thnt. Intelligent olliclal, nnd the unof the liouseof lord.. Theserutit went fortunate topographer was locked up for his "perteire contumacy." It was nwny nnd returned with the message: "The president say he cannot see you, only nfter the lapse of three days nntl on the urgent intervention of the(!rcek nnd adds that he is a cnttlc hert!s?r." patriarch that the printer was rePenny I'oafnsce Success. a result of the penny postage scheme between the llrltlt.li colonics it ha become necessary to extend the facilities of the general post office in London. The tolume of Cnnndlnn business alone ha doubled since the first of the year. A The Athens Asty reportthat a Greek benevolent society In the Turkish capital recently Issued n prln.ed nppenl tp the Hellenic community in Stambotll for some special charitable object. 'I he appeal contained a citation from one of the epistles of St. l to the (ialatlans. Two dny niter the publication of the circular n eomm!ary ' ldlce from the eeiisor'sdepnrtmrnt called upon tic printer and demanded the nddres s of St. Paul, who was to be charged with the public utterance of scditousand provocnllte language. The printer nt first was Inclined to Inugh out right at the nbsiirdity of the mpicst nnd indictment, but ns it isnl-whn little risky to venture upon n plensnntry with n Turkish otllcinl he eedately replied that St. Paul, the au- a powder for tho feet. It makes tight or new shoe easy. Cure swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet. Ingrowing nail, corns and bunions. At all drugpist and shoo stores, asa Trial nackao KIIKB bv mall. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Lo Iloy, N. Y. CAMt. t.i.t tnfe Its mrtf-l-- s on her fare. hut she still showed traces of her former Trnee. S3 & $3.50 SHOES ' W. L. DOUGLAS union Worth $4 to S3 compared sjitli other makes. beauty. In fact, the hitter tears had washed of! only a couple of streaks. Indianapolis Journal. t Pedagogue I ndorsed by oser 1,000.000 wearers. Now. sir, for the last lime, what's tliolangle of thehjpothe-nustriangle equivalent to! of a right-angleHoe Idesl'eratclvl It's equivalent to a lickin' fer me, sir. Go ahead. Boston mv-elcr- . (severely) It i:inlsnlent. ALL STYLES ALL LEATHERS. W. U Til I,IM Ilk asms saa arks .Ubs4 sa ssllsa. Istls' Tske no sulisiltnte claimed to tie as Riiod. Larger! mskert of S.I and :. To shoes In the. world, nnrnealerehouldkeep thero--I- f analrnn reielttof price. Mm Und o( leather, size and width, plain or cap toe t'alnlocne It Free. W. not. e will send you and I'ever is a bottlo of Oiiovr.'n u titleless form. ay. The llel Prescription for Chills Liked lllm. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mast. slmplyironandouinlnein Chili. Toxic. Hi Nociiro-nop- Ttsnxr.ss l,rlce,M)e CARTERS INK but and Judge. I sec there's a new keeper In the I'rrmnnrnlly Cured. No (Itior ner-- r menagerie. Didn't the animals like the old I I Oouoessartcrt.rfttdar'tu'tuf Iir.Kliov'a ne? irial bottlo and treatlsa Great NerT ltoUirpr. Waggles I guess so; they ate him up. free. Dr. it. IK KLIN K, Ltd., UOl Arcb St., mi la., l'a. Jarglti To Cure n Cold I One Take Uixatlve Bromo Qulnino Tablets. All druggists ref uud money If it fails to cure. 'JSc I I)r EDUCATIONAL. star ' duffer!" cried the "did you say I was out!" "Precisely," replied the umpire. "ou out." And he carefully noted are just the fine la his little .l : "You big , ccrtci-fieldcrbook.-rhilade- lphia J ii lit So. t leased. RATHER EMBARRASSING. letitrnmptn Hot n I'tillMrlelplita Atnen Causrit n hensntlon In Court. llos up wy The hour H quarter past six lie la attended Jiy military warders. On tils to the l.ycee he has In pas through a double row of mildlrr. tuskire drawn, shown In the sketch. wlih their backs turned toward him ways are now closed and the only exit by the sea. At a largely attended meeting of tho 1 Lanier, who ay he ha been watching and praying for him CO years, and that the Cubans ought to bless him, "strewing with flowers the path of tho 'man who has sacrificed most of his life on their behalf," Site hopes the may live to see him president of Cuba, and at.lt him to wrlto to her, sub. fccrlblng herself, "A devoted American friend." He replied In Area of Klnnitlbe Onl.l I'lelils. The producthe nrea of the Klondike gold field covers from 1,000 to 1,300 square n.Ucs. part a follows: 'Tho sweet and beneficent spirit that inspired the sentiment of your letter and the spontaneous sympathy It of soul which it shows move nil my Mercantile club Friday resolutions were adopted protesting against tho old fashioned and exaggerated methods of Isolation. It Is announced that tho cordon will not affect Lecca or Oaya so that tho wlno export will continue. OLYMPIA BATTALION. Top-ulatl- THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, LIvr.STOri-Catlle.etmmon,l S Klr to f ixsl light. ami ticity.... .Mlirtl packers I.ivht shippers SIIKKI' Cholro I.AMIIS spring CALVKSlUHlS-Cju- nn KUH'H-WinlerpB- leui select - imteliers UKA1.N gratitude." lien, iiomez wan to much impressed by the assurance Out he gave the correspondence tu thu local paper. Landed rroiu llm Cruiser nt Villa Fraaehe for Drill Die llullrs Viewed Ills I'lirad. Nick, Aug. Id. -- The Olymptii battalion lauded from tho crulsur Friday -- Wheal-No. S red. .., No a ret I'orn Na 3 uilxed Oils No,S Itye Nu i HAY Prune to cholre l'llOVlMciN Me I'ork..., 4 4 mi J 10 4l 3 i W BMll 8 7J a 45 Ml vo 61 Auir. so. ft. 4 15 aia lit t OJ ii AJtil ft HJ ol'J una us ?& 3.14 nio & 6 a; ;i lltnTKIt t notco itairy fholco creamery AI'l'I.KS Choice to fnorv.... I'OTATOKS) iTOrU-Wlntcrpilcnt I.nl 10 Attorney John A. Ward, one of the popular member of tho Philadelphia bar, fnys the Inquirer, of that city, recall nt times nn incident in one of the courts which happened shortly after he had been nilmltted to practice law. tind which lie teiix with senreely the sliodoir of, s smile. It was when court was just opening for the morning session thnt a boy, sitting by hi side, heard the usual prnyer made by the Unit's Catarrh Care crier. The lad seemed mirprlscd, until, la a Constitutional Cure. Price, 15c n the last word were uttered by tho otllcinl, Ward, without n thought ns to Don't go to extremes especially In your the result, punched the boy in the side dealings with bees and wasps. Chicago Daily Kcws. with hi elbow mid told him to say Amen. Quick a u Hash came the from the boy in n tone of tolce t hat nt first startled lawyer and spectator, and disturbed the equilibrium of tlie presliHng Judge. When the Instant of astonishment had passed men nnd women who were present laughed lightly nsnll eyes were tllreeted toward tilt lad und Ward "1 was too confused to do nn.t thing. says the hitter, "except to look In any direction but nt the youth, who sremcd to lie appealing to me to know why everybody was looking nt it. I still say allien' myself when prayer requires II, lint I have ueter told anyone else to do so since the occurrence In court, and I never will." You likely do not want to undertake dyeing your old garments, liceause you have made failures, but this was with the old fashionei. package dyes, that one package TIIE UNIVERSITY OF N0T8E DAME, colored wool and another cotton, l'utnam NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. Fadeless Dyes colors all kinds of fibers at Classics, Letters, Economics and History. once. You simply boil the goods with the dye and they are made new. You cannot Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy. Law, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, fail in this. Architecture. and CommercUl Preparatory Thorouch A man repents oftener of what he says say. Chicago Daily Courses. Kcclesiastical students at special rales. than of what he doesn't Room Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate News. Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charse. After six years' suffering I was cured by St. Edward's hall, for boys under U. Piso's Cure. Mary Thomson, 29 Ohio Ave.. The 56th Vearwillopen September jth, 1899, Allegheny, Pa., March 10, Catalogue Free. Address President. REV. A. MORRISSEY.C.S.C, A man has to be very much in love with a woman to willingly carry her parasol over her. Philadelphia Times. A. NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares for CoTernment Academies and Colleiies. Full Commercial M- - rrlncl.al. K.- -E fouree. Major II. K. HYAtT. WKVT LKBAM1.N. W. II. A. N. 1VHi:X I77B pleuse neeut In this VltlTIa TO AIIVKUTIHEKS state tlmt you saw the AdTertlsa tuter. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, r Veteran.' t'litou Contention Closes Dks Mo inks, la., Aug. 'JO. Tho l.'nlon Veteran' union closed Itt annual convention here Friday. The final showed . the order prosperous before noon from Kdward Andre,, Hoi. financially and increasing rapidly in gian consul at Manila. He paused a membership. Tho next meeting will ijulet day on board, and seemed in perbe held at Washington in October, fect health and greatly benefitted by 11)00. tho rest he is taking, MaJ. Harrison Out of Dancer. Itnueh Itlder Appointed l.leuteuant. Washington, Aug. i!0. A cablo disKl 1'aso, Tex., Aug. SO. -- Ceo. Curry, patch received at tho war department Friday from Mnj. (leu. Wood says.MuJ. she HIT of Otero county, X. M., who ltussell Ik Harrison, who la 111 at San- was a captain in Uoosevelt's rough tiago of yellow fever, appears to be riders, ha been appointed n lieutenout of danger. Kx.l'rcsldcnt Harri- ant in the 11th cavnlry now being son, who I in Paris, Is being kept formed In tho Philippines. Ho has tendered his resignation ns shuritV. dully Informed of his son's condition. Mranga Antletlon. 0., Aug. 'JO. Because of u nervous allllctlon, Tom llooth, nged 00 years, can uot walk, but if homo imu will start him ho can run pull'inell uliead until somebody stops lllm. A NrillNOr-lKMi- morning at Vilicfranche. near here, for drill purposes, the entire population of tho town viewing tho parade from tho surrounding heights. Tho men pescnted a splendid nppcarance. Adm. Dewey received a visit shortly per brl CIUCAIH). t 15 a s wi uI 5 ft & 3 fSTEETHINA TEETHING POWDERS Mes Teething TEETH1NA Easy. Relieves tbt Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. U1IAIN Wheat-- Na 3 red..., Nn, i I'liUai,'" .prlii.-rt)I(N-N- 3 VI ft) 1 31 !JS' At Cost Only SS Ctnts. Your DruiriUt for It O.Vts- - Nn. roillv-M- es n i '.' LAUD- - hieani NK W YOltIC f'l.OUIt- - Winter patent... .. tHKN-N- o. 7)O 7 UK 3 Ik) H 35 Vi M 30 mi ItVK OATS-iltinl v.. Jmlicd ft S4 3 roitIC LAltll-Weslerii New Mess 10 OJ aU at SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT 1IAI.TIMOHU UIIAIN t)t-IllxJ.S-Wesi- n.OIlt-iirol- ly sojliern. Na live-N- o. lltr Wheat-3 wtiltu Sred... 3 SIM 7ISU 71V 5 lorn Mlied 3 f.VITI.K-l-lrstiiuu- :i; wexlcrn 3f 5(1) 6 30 U t) IJItAlN-Wheiil-.- , Ilia I'latus Viicnna, Aug. ist Astralikan. 'Jii. Although uccord-lu- g to tho latest reports, tho plague at Astralikan, lEutsia, Is uqt bubonic, but milder ami pueumonlc, the Itouiuaulau government ha issued an order clos-Id- s frontier, the Rutio-Roumanla-n Fatally Injureil In an Iterator. W, Toir.no, O., Aug. Sik llurbauk, salesman for thu wholesale druggists, Waldiug, Klnnen .t Marvin Co., got his head caught between u descending elevator nnd tho floor Friday evening and received probably fatal injuries. Ijrptiolil fever Huldrmle. LlTOiiriKi.ii, HI., Aug. an. An epidemic of typhoid fovcr la racing in this city. Thero wero three deaths Friday nud In several other i'ftw the paMvnt are very loy. Na 3 mlml Nu '.' muni. I.OflSVll.I.R ... FMIf It Winter nttenl til. IMS Wnn .No.3rrt ... 'tMl .M (jt I'jrn Vo. INtil.VNAPOUS. 3 red 3 45 a3 ts t 11 it OK I'OKU .1 ,M tilt ii 9 II l.Altli Slum "Some time ugo," Rajs the Scientific American, "we- des.cribeil the remarkJ 3fH able operation of Doctor Schlatter, in which he extirpated the stomach of a female patient. It I Interesting to 4U know that she Htcil H mouth after the a operation, and that there wn uodillt-cult- y In keeping up the nutrition of thu SIX patient. The food taken pased direct' ly from the ueMiphiigu to the m tu and the Intestinal digestion wn ai bullleleut to satisfy her wunts. Thi ntl wn shown by the long continuance of ii her life after tht- operutlou." lute-tines, I.lsed Wlllinnt n rtoinnch. WINCHESTER Rifles. Repeating Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Sheik. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. "l FREE : Send name and adJress on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and e ammunition made by tho REPEATING ARMS CO,, WINCHESTER 180 WINCHESTER AVE., NEW HAVEN, 10NN. K3 To cure, or pionoy refunded by your merchant sp why not try It? Price 50c, BEREA COLLEGE offers The Counties. Copy for this Department mut teach the rd Wilted by SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. M. I'tTMAS, HerVa College. K. llor on Saturday prrreillng dale of Issue. Jackson County. Mrs. J. K. Sparks of this placo In very poorly. Tho Mormon preachers are visiting this place thin vrcek. Mrs. Walker M. Purlin is very low i THE SCHOOL. in Kdltrd by Mm. Fills II Y'x l M. In-i- ii of the Normal Department. Here Colles-i-" THE FARM. IMtted by H. (!. Mason, I'rofrsmr ot Horticulture. Ilrea College. Kate Teacher Special Training for Home and Business Life The world is finding out in later years that ingenuity in all matters of everyday life can be cultivated as truly by school methods as any other activity of mind or body. In recent years schools for manual training have proved their usefulness, and cooking and sewing schools have found their way all through the country. Heron has not been slack in bringing these new aids to real education into close connection with the Model School. Cooking, sewing, and have been a distinct part of the grammar school courses for several years. Multitudes of young women have learned to combine thinking and doing under Mrs. Hill's and Mrs. Putnam's direction, and the shop and farm have done their share for the young men. Now the College tnkes nn advance step in securing a special teacher of Domestic Science for the young women and enlarging the work of both shop and farm in giving advanced training in both. Courses of study in applied science have been framed to give such information as can be made directly useful in the home and on the farm along with the general education that makes the best citizens. In these courses the conditions of Kentucky life are specially considered, and the practical training of kitchen laboratory, shop and farm, is aimed at enlarging the opportunities of the young people in their own homes and surroundings. This is especially true of Prof. Mason's lectures on farm management, animal husbandry, and farm crops, as well as of those already known in gardening and. forestry. Selections from the catalogue will show in outline what is offered. shop-training COURSES OF APPLIED SCIENCE. Parallel with the Normal Course and requiring the same preparation in the Model Schools or elsewhere are courses fitting for highest usefulness upon the farm, in the shop, and in the household. These cover two years beyond the Grammar grades, including such studies as all good citizens need in their everyday life, and training in the everyday arts of the farm, the shop or the home. The completion of one of these courses is recognized by a diploma. Farm nennomy, two Tail. Wixtir. Bratxo. jrr. Fall. 1V1NTIR. Spring. FalL. Wi.htih. Emilia. WixTin. Fall. FIRST. Arithmetic, I !; KoslUh enteucv S; Farming, 5; Driving, 3. Algebra U, J; 1'hysieal Grogniphj, 5; Woodwork, 5; Drawing, J. Algebra lb, 5; ftotany 1, ,1; r,r1entng,S; SECOSlh Composition, 5; Hotany tl, 5; I'hjriiology, 5; Drawing, 3. History U, 5; Horticulture, 5; Farm JUnigement, 3; Animal Husbandry, 5. History lb, S; Horticulture, 5; Kore-trj- -, 5; Farm Crop. 3, Home Kconomy, two ra rs . FIRST. Arithmetic t, 5; Kngllih Sentence. 5; Sewing, S; Drawing, 3. Algebra la, S; Physical Geography, 5; Cooking, 5; Drawing, 3. Algebra lb, A; Botany I, ; Gardening, S; 3. SECOXfl. Composition, S; 1'hyslolojry, 5; Ciwklng, 5; Drawing, 3. History la, 5; HoutehoM Kconomy, 5; Dressmaking, S; History ot Education, 3. HUtory lb, .; Sic!al Hygiene, 5; Dairying, i; Word Study, 3. j SHORT APPRENTICESHIPS. For the benefit of those who are unable to take a fuller preparation for life's work arrangement is made to give to a few persons special training in farming, carpentry, printing, or houshold economy and sewing while they devote one half their time to study in the Schools. Apprentices admitted to such training must be as far advanced at least as the highest intermediate grade, (see Model Schools A Intermediate outline of Instruction) and must show a general fitness for the work. A of applicants can be received, and early inquiry will insure first consideration. limited-numb- er Domostic Economy. Mis Stokm. Siwi.no. Plain aud fancy stitches, cutting ami fitting garments nd the use of the sewing machine. Fall term, tire hours a week. II. Cooking. I Tactical lensoos In preparation and care of palatable and nu- trlcpus food. Winter term, Arts hours a week. III. Dairtiso, Lessons In butter making and cheese making, with Instruc tion In the qualities of m Ilk and Its proper handling aud uses. Spring term, Are hours a week. IV. Hygiene or the Home. Lectures on topics connected with the health ot the household, such as food, air, exercise, clothing, temperature and care In the sick room. Spring term, tire hours a week. Training In sewing and cooking are also given to girls In the A and B Grammar schools, occupying I hours a week during each year. Four young women are placed under direction of the matron of the Model Cottage for training In all the duties of the household and Iwrfurm these, duties In return for their hoard and room-rent- . I. Agrlculturo, Horticulture, and Forestry. 1'nor. Mason. l'ractlcal Instruction In field work, fencing, draining, road making, and care ot shop. Fall term Are to ten hours a week. II. Farm Management. Lectures upon farm economy In crops, stock, build ings, etc Winter term, rive hours a week. III. Animal Husbandry. Outline descriptions of various breeds of t.k and the best methods of breeding and handling domestic animals. Winter term five hours a week. IV. Farm Caors. Adapatlonof farm crops tosnllund season. Bj stems of ro tation and best methods of seeding, tillage, gathering, and storing. I. tO('wi ' M mt.l Since there seems to lx no sermon' Much linn leen written mid apokon Sown broadcast nt the rntoof nbout nbout the vitluo of early Influences of column on this pngo, you will pardon n bushel an acre and lightly cultivats will make a stand that tho home upon tlm children, aud it in me if I take n text. "Thy gentleness ed In, true that the children nro helped or hath made thee great." I have been will smother nil weeds. The greatest to tho soil may be secured by hindered greatly by tho training they thinking u great deal nltout this of t Vdlmlfl fnl-nplowing the whole crop under while u w,,,' J0UD .......... ii.;- - u Iter. .1.0. Parsons of Here pawed Slli:i VA Ifllk .till, in WJ nro late, and Itavo wondered how many ISflt'VII, i., it onomleal ...ii,... to irviini very easily influenced, as we nil know people think that yrnlltnt$ means , ,nor let them wny is through here Wednesday. Jamas Gentry passed throuch hem ""'l wo should recognize tho faet, if ireahictf. Let us reud this story to-- ! grow till n majority ot tho jkxU nro well matured and then turn n bunch yesterday with a nico drove of sheep, wo tlo not already, that they are great K(tluT. 011 them. They will upon a timo tho Wind and of young hogs The people of this placo nre very imitators. Iheyliko nothing twtter ,fP,mfi, r...l busy preparing for the association to u,,,,, to impersonate some grown up tho Sun had n tpinrrel. The Wind nmj the Hold le left in good contlitiou . heftl at Birch Lick lieginningSopt. bo nm, Am, h said, "I nm stronger than you! "No," to plow for a crop of corn. Sowing readiness of Imitation will lend them said the Sun, "I am tho stronger'" cow.Mas among corn nnd plowing to grsiVg nicolfmm .i to 70 in' at--. wrong -l- ly it will ever tlo Just the,, a tntveler oa.ne along the them in Hnother'vy pioj t the tendance. .I.M.Gilbert, the teach- - thorn good, and eveu more readily. duity road. The Sun said, "Lit us Mrnoli of their iiigiiualities to er, is ono of tho best teachers of the Hut this is n valuable quality if wo see which ono of us can make that the soil. Kveu the plowing under county. or crab Tho one of rank growths of reckon with it nnd learn from it how man tako ofT his great-coat- , Clovor Bottom to train them. Wo must givp thorn that can do that shall n the strong-- ' Kih helps to fill the soil with the Miss Lillian, of Locust Branch, Is an example and that will do much of e," "Agretsl," saitl the Wiutl, "I 1? linn wit will try hrtt. ' So he blew and blew A" n "w l,.gu,ultious crops like of There will bo a picnic at Cavo our parents mid teachers have great re- - with all his might, but tho mnii only clover uutl cow-eas- . Springs next Saturday. Hiwnsiliility, ami uiwu them will be held his cloak closer. Tho Wind would Quory numbor two Charles Pnrkey has gone to Ohio. the blame if those in their care are not give up, but blew and bluster- Ho will return in a mouth or two. Whnt nre , ,,,rnll,ni;i.,, of ti,( etl the harder. He even tore tho but-- , draining and how should it Im tlonoT More young people than over be not good citizens. tore nro planning to attend Uwrea in The home influences are stronger ton oil from the neck of the coat, yot All farm crops demand free access of 10 " the fall. h "i Ihesoil Plaiits than any outside inlluenco can even thu mmi held it still tighter. Tin'! Crops will be small in this place, be, if only are brought .0 bear jj and said. "1 J-''- J Wind was discottn-geupon, because of the damage tlooo by dry We often ' give it up.' 1 hen the Sun shone out ns completely drowned as chickens the clultl at an early age. weather. There wns no caught in a llood, Drainage lowers While out rawing shingle timlier make the mistako of sayiiig of a small warm and bright. Henry Click nnrrowiy child that ho is too young to know noise, no stir, but as the beams grew the water line or level nt which the Thursday, water stautls in the soil to nearly the escaped a tailing Junl). letter, when ho is doing something warmer and warmer, the man naiil, level nt which the tile is laid. This The little dnuiMiter of Mrs. Win. utoiil'. forirettinL' that the child mav " hat n change! It will Im n hot K'rmit tho air to enter antl allows f 1,18 know how to do wrong even U'fore ho day, after nil," antl he took off his many chemical process to go on for 8'n?flmC 01 ) knows his right haud from his left. coat nnd sat down iu tho shade of a the preparation of plant food thnt nre . OIR1 WIIS IlOl IO UVMieiCitlUU uv U Impossible In a sour, hnvinghis schoolhotiNe burnetl, but And to have tho l)est results, training - tree. So tho Wiutl learned that noise soil; workIs, not always power. is teaching in a dwelling-housnear and good influences should bo Next, drainage makes the land I have wished that mothers nnd warmer and eurlier in the spring. where the schoolhotiso stood. ing with thnt child eveu nt that early teachers could learn the value of Emigration Is a cooling process. The Misses Kimberliu gave tho aire. Is it not sot youug people of this place, an npple Tjle training comes from tho pleasant tones and gentle ninntiers. It takes n large amount of heat to cutting, Monday, and Mrs. Sheridan . - nr - ,ie. So often we aeem to think thnt wo change water to a stato of vaor, ami ,,iri - !nflllIim. . Ti, this heat la drawn from the soil, coollinker one ednesUay evening. .. ... .... , ing it and (linking it backward. When he has. It authority. Will you not try tho sun- - the warm spring rains fall aud can I be from tho home which Clay penetrate the soil aud run off Uiouirh may be a happy one or the opposite; shine plan U115 week! , Sldoll . . 1111 i ' iu KrUllllll "1" 1:1.. Wo think that ncrtirin mill. .1.. Hi" SUtM . lull " and decides accord- ..., John Hollen and Miss Km ma Hico the child judges 1. . si ilia iiiriiniii i l ills nil sta ri t rnui. eloped to Jellico, Sunday, Aug ingly. So how important it Is for the fill, yet tho spirit of sweanng is otten Dl'tt'aKV a great deal of and were married. boy to realize that his home is a moil- - expnsed inont vigorously In our the washing on sloping land. When Hevs. Murry and Fisher preached el one, and that his parents nre all tonri. Slnmtniug doors, banging tho rains cau sink Into the soil nnd the funeral of Mrs. Henry Cheek, tho could bo desired. Of them he chairs etc. may bo called icomVm Tiller away through- the tile, they hnvo .. aw Sunday, at Pleasant Itun. n ll... u.aMaMM.h -- aul ist as , swearing. V . f TTnnfilnr mnrrsl liia fnmMv. should have high idotts, thinking that , At t 1 nearti a motner recently, roiling , WMor together they soon acquire a Monday, to Horse Creek where he is they are entirely sincere, with no j question of their trustworthiness her littlo boy to get off of a horse twwer that furrowa up tho fields aud ever in the goods business. which he had mounted behind anoth- - carries away the most valuable Elijah, Ben, and Thomas Lewis entering his mind of the soli Tiled land will stand have returned from Manchester where In all tho training of children the er boy. "Xo, dear you can't go this drought better than land not drain-tigh- t they hnvo beeu ferr the last few to have been siilhcicnt, who exerts tho tune, mother is the one ,am, thnl , weeks. She is the one who but she wasted enough energy to from the surfncfi will lmk n Imnl The now courses in Cnrpentry, Bna'cfit P"ver XtirsinL'. nnd Fit muni nt Tlron unit real I t knows the children; she cares have cleaned up the wholo house as as a road bed, great cracks will form will dry out beueath, till our loys nnd girls ami their parents for them as no one else can, nnd she she stood nt tho door and over and ud lesoil ill "uuer sejcreiy, or com- well trnt cro " said.f "I till j to O r.m as is most competent to make them what over agam pletely burn up. Tile drained land Bright Shado I'll whip is jwrous and priable antl retains the she will. In childhood the mother down! Get dowii now! Get moisture needed by tho crops much Silas Wagers was up from Man- docs the thousand antl one things you if you don't get down! chester Saturday. that children require. The childish down, I say! etc. etc." I pitied tho better. The first thought In draining a G. Arthur Sizemore arrived home joys must bo shared by her, aud the mother. I pitied the child. piece of lantl would bo to secure n several daya ago. Imam niHiV strongest are tho tendrrest." proper outlet, ill uftAfill ttnrrnivu tirti hfl "The it is hardly oiblo Two very large rattle-snake- s were ntoreable to train and inlluenco them 1 Gentleness is not w eakness. To show (or any one, not au exinrrt engineer, killed near here during this week. ; n . . .... n . it... r. rom ino urm inu uiuiucr n luunnno that this is so cull to mind what you to dram a piece of land with n fall The teachers' association for this r than threo or four inches to ,f magisterial district was held at Mar- is tho strongest jwwer that can be ox know of vorious climbing vines, the ",0 hundred feet, but when n fall of v hei you go out tin's Creek, Saturday. erted, nnd it will finally prevail If the ivy, for example. from at jnem8 ,Q R foot tQ (h(, The fall term at Berea, which mother is wiso antl begins her work in the woods and find a littlo ivy, as tirwi fwt can M, .poured any farmer Sept. 13, will see many of our very early. It is just iK'ginning to reuch out with ot ordinary intelligence and skill can young people in school there. The nutnlwr of great nnd good men its tiny tendrils, liko littlo fingers, to,aingo his own draining, though nIlorWa amount; to do Ilov. Win. Warren, of Knox county, to the wonderfully tako hold of the rough bark of some K1 to employ a traimsl drain- it is was here and took part in tho preach- who hnve testified ing services Inst Saturday and Sun- strong influenro of their mothers up- giant tree, you might easily break it aKu snKitietr to j?ive tho grades and day. on their lives bears me out in what I hold nud tear tho vino from its feeblo lay oil the work. Quite a lengthy Wages camo near be- have said in regard to early influence. grasp on the tree. But if you let it article would Iks neccesaary to give de- Daugherty tailed invtructions to nu inexperienced ing killed by Ad. Smith, Saturday Now we tlo not need to consider tho grow, rcanliing out just a little evory night, A pistol ball passed through opposite sido of this question. Every-on- day, and strengthening its hold, you man so that he could lay proierly a simply system of tile. Tlieso instruchis clothes. is familiar with tho products of will not be nblo to loosen its gnisj., tions are given nt length ami with 'Mrs. Elhanon Smith and Mrs. (Tort I any even if you exert all your strength. great care in Farmers' Bulletin S'o. Henry Manning had a quarrel Satur- those homes which do not a 10, issued by the U. S. Department of homo training. Wo see them every- The growth of a single day or week day, and, according to report, some Agriculture. This may be had, mailsandstones and a pistol would have where, and It ought to mako us re- is small enough, and thu little tendril ed free, by addressing a request to been used had nol others interfer- solve to do all we can to improve the seems so very weak antl delicate, but Hon. James Wilson, Secretary ot ed. family life. For we know that the its very tenderness is n strength to it Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Bradley Hubbard, who lived on Itemember that a piece of land well welfare of the nntion depends upon for otherwise it could not twine so Hammond's Fork, Knox county, was is drained for a and and nowhere are closely alout tho tree, nor finally ob- tiled mortally wounded, Thursday, while the good citizens, though the first outlay may seem , there to be found such good citizens tain the power which enables it to trying to take a pistol from his broth-etlarge' it is a permanent investment who was drunk. Ho died Friday as are those who como from upright rend tho mighty rock or bind togethor sure to yield a haudsomo rate of inHis brother was slightly ovening terest in the long run. tho tree ahattorcd by the lightning. homes. wounded by the samo shot. cow-pen1 i- Collingsworth n.,' ",,., Jl n 11 ' rag-wee- ,, t, KSl d KSj.'T V. venter-logge- d e t- ' County. ..... 1 1 1 . a pn-vent- a ; r' (rj, 1 Z 4 P? j I 11 11 bo-gi- Vif o lifo-tim- o Madison County. Collogo Hill Col. T. B. Demaree will lecture here on temperanco Aug. 30. A merry crowtl of about sixty persons left hero, for Witt Spriugs, last Saturday. Nathan Harris, who has been very low with a complication ot troubles, is slowly improving. Tho windstorm of August 11, did much damage to crops, orchards, and forest trees in this neighborhood. E. C. Grinitead has purchased one of tho handsomost buggies neon In those parts; wonder what it means I John Grinstead nnd daughter, of Kansas City, are spending a few days here, with relatives and friends. Sunday Aug. 13 was Children's Day, at the colored Methodist Church and a pleasant and profitable time is reported. Wm. Pitcher and Mias Emma.Web-be- r were united in marriage here last Wednesday. A hoat of friends wifih thorn. E. C. Grinstead antl Misses Lena and Alice, his sisters, accompanied by John Grider spout Saturday aud Sunday with Miss Nora Lauter of Union City. Woodworking. SUflRINTENIiENT KlNH. General description of construction and purpono of tools. Illustrations ot their use in a doien problems Including a small article of furniture. First year, tw0 hours a week. Itequlrcd In 11 Grammar school. Lectures upon natlte woods and purposes for which they are used. Care II. and use of carpenter'! tools, problems In framing, and construction of furniture. Second year, hours a week, required In A Grammar school. III. Apprentice work upon such construction as may be in progress at any time about the Institution, Confined to students already trained In previous courses. ( IV. Cabinet work and finer grades of finishing. Three hours a week for stud ents who have had training equivalent to previous courses. I. to John P. Osborno and family, of1 Clark county, have been visiting in this community for several days. We lined to thiuk it did not mako much difference if we missed tho fall term, but really the fall is the most important term in the school year. 'Miss Kate Haed, Beattyville's Postmistress, attended tho fun-orof Mrs. W. F. Cloraons and spent sevoral days with tho bereaved family. On the morning of the 17th inst.j Mrs. Mattie C. Clemons wife of Eld. W. F. Clemons tiled, leaving hor hus- band ami six children to mourn her loss. Hosts of friends join in sympathy with them iu their great and irreparable loss. elli-cieal Drawing. Kl0, Mil. CllAl'lN. Mechanical drawing, a. Study of geometrical figures ami problems, fol lowed by plans of simple Joints and model used In first year manual training. Required in 11 Grammar school. Two hours a week, b. YVmstructlon of lloorplaus ami titrations of house and barn, and detail drawings of construction. Two hours a week, lttqulred In A Grammar school. c. Detailed draw lugs for construction of farm machinery aud farm buildings. Fall term, three hours a week. II. Free hand drawing, a. I'inclplcs and practice applied In surface de. signing ami drawing from the object. Fall term, three hours a week. b. Principles and practice In perspective drawlug including sketching. Winter term, three hours a week. SUVKKIMTEMlOT I. Bookkeeping. Essential principles of single and double entry bookkeeping, with special adaptation to farm accounts. Spring term, three hours a weak, Rain is much needed in this section at present. Minter and Abshear's wool factory is behind this season, but they expect to make it up by runuiug nights. Tews has reached us of soveral case of smallpox aud flux in Perry County, Soveral deaths nro reported. Many of our young people nre expecting to be iu Berea at the opening of tho fall term, to stay through the year, Estill Rev. S. F. Kolly preached at South Boonevillo M. E. Church Sunday for Minors Crook Mrs. Elizabeth Estes, of Wylie, tho last tinio as the preacher in Texas, Is visiting relatives and friends charge, Dr. F. M. Clinkscale, the .dentist, in this place. South Boonevlllo County. I have been located hero for tho who has been in our town for somo weeks, has gone nnd will not return last three vears, coming hero from Oberlin College, and finding nu Sundayuntil Octolier. for our children1 to attend, Henry Winn, who is hauling logs -school from Buck Creek, n distance of four my wife antl I went to work mill ormiles, says unless it rains soon ho ganized , Fairchlld Congregational June 181HS. Vu have will be compelled to stop on account Sunday-schoolkept It up over since, tho people givof dust. ing their support. As n result of this Miss Minnie Scale was suddenly Sunday-schooFairchild Congregataken with typhoid fever while teach tional Church was organiztsl School on Buffalo Creek and has members. Wo now huvo 210 with 12 ing members since been very low. Wo hoiK to and a nice Church-house- . Tho CumI hear soon of her recovery. berland Valley Association of Con225ncres of land to sell or swap for ( gregational Churches will Im held i t i. ...t in t ti.:.. inuu : iu with us next month. ti.. ! xuin luiiu. miles of Soxton Jackson Co. 1 After I loft Berea Collego 1 located 117 standing poplar, 75 in Clay county near tho little town Creek, with of $5 an Manchester about which so much pine, and oaks innumerable. has acre, cash. For further information been said for tho last year. I was address A. M. Neely, Bonneville, Ky. roared in Clay, my father beiug Died on Aug. 21 Inane Abshear, killed on the streets of Manchester ago, 73, the father of F. M. Ab- when I was an infant, leaving my shear of thu firm of Minter A: Abshear mother with three children to care in South Boonoville. Funeral Ser- for, with no funds. .Through tho vice of Isaac Abshear last Saturday, kindness of President E. H. Fiiirchild, at the M. E. Church, conducted by I wan admitted to Beren College, payHevs. S. F.Kelly nndS. K. Raiuoy, ing what I could aud working arouutl ami the remains of tho deceased were Howard Hall aud for thu Fresideut. interred in thu South Boonoville cem- Tho training I got at Boron hns etery, of iuvaluablo service to mo in this life. I hnvo taught 1H publio schools. 12 iu Goldbug, Ky. Clay Co., and 0 iu Whitley Co., anil Editor of The Citizen, as tho years go by ami civilization I am delighted with The Citizen, advances I see the need of a bettor Tho reason why I esteem it ho much education. This is truo of myself is because it is printed at Borea ami and I suppose it will apply to all is a Hiipiwrter of Berea Collego. I others. Wo are living in un nge of spent live years in Berea College and and our watch-wor- d should 1 regret now that 1 did uot spend five CrogresB and upward." more. J. B. Bowlin. l, UlUU-VIlUBIk-u-