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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 13, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899091301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 13, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, VOL. I. 1000. The Citizen. Devoted to toe AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 00 c a Tea NO. IS. Mu&ti of the Home, School, aid Farm. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, BEREA 1899. Tho doctrines held br Mormonism i .ve it to be nothing less than hoath Subscrilxjrs to KtllTOR and MANAflKH. enisu u:id as directly contrary to Will Klein wai up Irom Ungford Saturday ruMUbe-la- t the office of THE CITIZEN Christian. .y .is anything could wel aol Sunday. C. I.. Ilanaon be. They may !e condemned ns fol TUB CITIZliN, Ilorea, Ky. I'l'iua, Ohio. returned ri.Uy from a fl.lt at may get also I Misses1, ; lows; Ike Pmlflr, nl limn. AY, OJ weoa.l Krttrft al (. H. MnTtutt relumed Friday from a wrakt . The Mormon god was onco a The Toledo Blade or nnm Tl.lt a bit home. man; Adam is "tho only god with K. Uuy Tanktnlcy, of Itklitnoiid, haa entered Tie Louisville Commercial achnol here again. A Purpose. whom we havo to do;" there are niul I Oh, be Iraitfut In your pur"), Dan llreck, the Inmranre agent, wa down titudes of gods, male and fetnalo from Itlchiaiind WedneaiUy. Nerer (alter, nerer fall. For 50c a Year. .thoso gods and goddesses are poly Thli thouM be our onlr motto Data Waruaeut, who haa lwen la lllinolt fur i Style, gamus, are made of flesh and bones, In tli U world, wher rarea prtnll. All for $1 00 a year. ome lime, la back on a bnilneaa trip, have every human organ, bear chil lie rewilre.1 In acooiapllib Deputy U. B, Uaralial Short wat up hem from ;; Anrthlne; that God command,, Ml. Vernon WedaeedaramtTtiuradajr, dren who havo bodtos, and create The penult will be all tuutlilnt MleaKledlre Paddock rUlled Minn Kuthand RICHMOND, KY. n 207 WEST MAIN STREET. worlds aud populate them by natur If we'rtalwara In til liatida. Annie Jonea In Cincinnati liefora returning. al generation; this god is not a Trini Gome Once ty Mar the .iirp Hlatea Nora and Uura Ilurdetta wet quite III In our heart. but duality, the Holy Spirit being It at lattlng aa the tra, laat week hut ata much Improved at preaelit. Her a ble lltenliif brl.htly; a substance similar to electricity All subscriptions must come W. (I. Mulllui want home Friday where he Tlieraa atrand of mild we tc. lnteii.lt to go Into tho loullry butlneat for a few Z through The Citizen. hence the Mormon gods are "subject wrekt. 11 jour aim be bleb aa beaten to laws of matter," liko a stono. A doc With the Shepherd aa a fulde, Nr.. r. r. Falrchlld and Mrwra. Hall and The reKXilt of goal work and reasonable prices is that we II will waft tou aaielr If this issue of The Citizen seems trino more thoroughly false, blasphe W alkrr apent Thurxlay with Mn, A. W. Hart at now have customers in all parts of the State To the bright ami happy aide. way ton rather hastily edited, wo havo this ex mous, pagan aud contrary to the Bi When jou trant j.j. Mite lialty lUInt returned to her home In Ux plauation to make. Early Monday bio could hardly bo conceived, und Ington WclnaMlay, after a pleataut eUlt at M Farm Sayings. in morning tho Editor was called toCiu 1ms never been made oy any system, II, llatntey'a. When the gmuo'-hflmi hi. ihadder on a certain winter ilar. 2. The doctrine of man is that Mra.J. II. Ohlham left Thurxlay for Xeula.O. cinnati on business and did not return M us know and we will send you designs and prices The apring 'II be a bad uir, Jutt look out; where tlie Joint Mr. Oldbam and vltlu there until Tuesday afternoon, ns tho paer wo were each born of some ttvo of An' ef juu'to err noticed, when the two weeka, Fmm there they go to8t. Iml.. is printed Tuesday afternoon further these polygamous gods, hsd to come Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. rwwter emwa fr lar J. farl Fay rame In Ut mek fnim hit turn comment u unnecessary. The dar light It a romlii', 'tboiit a doubt. to this earth for it iKxly, must pass iner t hiding In the buthe.. and li ft latt Wet . . r. r.. n. for I'rlMiia, lllliioU. where, he entera The lat).IM II tell Jrou. when the Ant ... ... ij. i timer. Louimon. mo., wns through this human life, including its wIhJ. white Innt pil.-curetl of by IJ.t Witt's Witch Hn sin, iu order that we, especially if wo are. The owl It ant to holler fnra ..,,,.11 Jilt. Zrllma rrnthaw't brother. Mr. Waller zel Salve niter suffering seventeen At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. polygamous The Jolly little tree U4, a tettln' In hlt tree I'rctMiaw, retuniet to hit home In Moiidamln, j cars, nun trying over twenty reme are goodgods us above Mormons, may "i.i ini j. mi awn me raln'a a tolir to fall fowa, Monday after a pleaMtit rl.lt with hla dies. Physicians and Surgeons en become at death. Ac tlilrr here. Ky. The chlrkeiu, when hll'a giiln" to rain dorso it. Beware of rlantrerous cotin cording to this, lirigliam oung is JOHN HARWOOD, tjulte a patty of IWrea a hard, .lnrt thower ile arrlrel Paturdtr terfeits. S. E. Welch. Jr. one of the greatest of Mormon false I'm. Fmttand Ml.i llooix. imm Oherlln. Mr. JM hut'le lr a thelter right away and Mn. Kdienunb atid lloraca Caldwell, from Just as we go to press there comes godd, because he had tiiu most worn Hut they, when hit'. A. P. SETTLE, go' to ran ,,ht Mauaihuaetta. mi from hour to hour the sad news that Ray Embree was eu and children. This is blasphe Ulan' on one lalg, and lata hit all the day Mlawt Ilatlle Mlnterand SaleofOwtlerCoun Attorney and Notary Public, killod by tho cars in Omaha. No de mous and utterly falso. UAUInx lUkoLli rEIKitirK. ty, and MeMrt.Caldwell fnint Florida. and Kngle. tails are given but particulars will Berea, Kentucky. 3. The doctrine about tin is that oIJaekMtuiuniy vlllel V. M. Iteynotdi and IDEAS. family Monday and Turatay. come later. The lxxly is expected it is a necessity, and that Adam aud Office on Main Street. In MaonIc Bldjf. upstairs. II. C. Tlntley returnnt yntenlay from PltU hore in a day or two. Full particu (lOOD CHEER. Eve "rejoiced aud pruisod God be burg, where he a few daya after traveling Hare you bad o kindnesi shown t through the rwntral part of the Stat, attending lars will be given next week. The cause they had sinned in Eden you nows caused muclr saduess here, for You Want GOOD GLASSES Digests Pass it od. tnttltutea aud other gatheriiigi of teacben. 4. About the liible, Mormonism Mn. A. T. Ftb aud Mix Mary llanaon went to Ray was a fine young man, and uni It artificially digests the food and aids Twas not given for jou alone says tnat tnoso are ioois wno say tfature In strengthening and rccon Cincinnati taat Wcdnmlay topurcbaae millinery vcrsally liked. Pass it on. there is only one Bible; and asks Btructlng the exhausted digestive orr gooda. Mlwaa Addle ritli and Knle ltlchardt Lot it trarel down tho yesra, Oe Witt's Littlo Earlv Risers norma. "Who knows that eveu ono verso has gans. It is the latest discovered digest-an- t aoromaule them, All returned yeaterday. and tonic. No other preparation Lot it wipe another's tears, noniiy cure cnronic constipation, oil escaped pollution so as to convey the can approach It in efficiency. It Inlousness, nervousness, and wornout Till in heavon the deed appears permanently cures bEREA LOCALS. teelinir: cleanse and reirulato the nn same sense now tnat it uiu iu tne stantly relieves and Indigestion, Heartburn, Pas it on. tire system. Small, pleasant, never original t" It holds threo other books Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Flatulence, This week we have a new corres There is aorn excitement in a rungripe or sicken "famous little pills." to be better than tho Bible, and that Dicnxiuiiuiii;iie,VJuaiiuigia,vyiuiiJo,auu pondont from Wallacetou. YOV WANTTIILM AT ALL, S. E. Welch, Jr. away marriage, but there is generally to its allotherresultaof Imperfectdlgestion. tho revelations given pre para a oy e. c. uewitt aco,cQicaga. New from Ogle arrived to Ute this Ulamea that are not propetlr adjutel to jrour more lasting satisfaction in a raatc'i A day or so ago W. P. Chapman priest make the whole four as notheyea are actually ilannrout. I know It. ana 8. E. WELCH, Jit. in which the friends of both parties week that wo are unable to use all of received official notice from tho Be ing to me," (words of Pres. Woodruff, oht to know It. I will not attempt to jult glaanea to roureyca until I know what t needed. f it. Eyes examined free. are pleased. rea postmaster that a special delivery Brigham Youug, &c.) LEWIS A. DAVIS, Alvin Todd recently received a bi letter awaited him here. Ho was at .rl Xice line of Xorelties in Now is th time to got up a pile-- of 5. A to the Mormon Prietthood, gift-frofriends in tho Cartersville at the time. Imagine h's Medicine JEWELRY. firewood, and put it under cover, in cycloas a the doctriuo is that "by possessing disgust after coming home hurriedly, part of God's power they are iu real T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. order to make work easy for the good East. mother when rnin and winter come. Tho oiwuing of the term enlivens and sooner than he expoctod to find ity part of UoUI llieir power is Otli. a at Residence, our streets, and brings now business tho letter contained nothing more im- such that they have the right to com Berea College oihmi.h it, fall term portant thau a small amount of mon today. Student mand Mormons in their voting, busi have been very into town. ey in payment for S. S. supplies. prompt in coming in, and it will probHon. H. V. Bond of Williams- ness, religion, home, aud every port HANSON & PASCO'S "They ore simnlv itorfect" writes of their whole life. This is at onco ably Ihs the largest attenduueo known burg, Ky. has gono to NaTivillo to Rob't Moore, of La Favette. Intl.. of at this time of year. You are all wel- practico law. slavery to tho Mormon nud blasphe- nViH'H r.ittl,. Fori ttiur 41 come. Georgo Thomas, while working at mous little pills" for constipation and ' mJ B"mst God, and is treasonable aguiust tree government. Ah tho re Lucas's mill, had his leg broken. Drs. aii liver aliments, aorer grnw. Chances for Young Men. S. E. Welch, Jr. We are prepared to do all kinds suit the Mormon Priesthood controls Davis aud Robinson waited on him. There are morechances for student at very cheap rates. Satuaday afternoon E. M. Preston orory election in Utah as it chooses. of Job print-nH. C JASPER, M. D. Members of the Bereu church are to earn a part of their exitensea while Here are a few sample prices: aud W. J. Tatum took Will Chasteen G. toAt to Christian Churches, it attontling school in tho fall than at reminded of the prayer-meetinMEDICINE nd SURGERY, . Si 25 500 White envelopes Richmond, Ky. night, and all strangers are heartily to Richmond jail. He was indicted holds that there was no true church 500 Ruled Note Heads any other time, of yoar. 1 00 Office in Prathcr Building, . by tho Grand Jury for tho cutting at from about the time of the Apostles Telephone 103 & 109 Letter-head- s iuvited to attended. 1 25 . Ruled There is still n chnuce for a number Baptist church last weok. There till Joseph Smith, all churches but 500 1 s . 13 lines E, P. Wbitnoy has purchased fl. the 50 500 of young men who may bo eutering is a good chance for him to receivo a Mormonism beiug preteuders, and 1 50 500 Regular Statements . tho course which Includes farming, to L. Walden's interest in The Observer severe sentence and ho ought to get it. their teachers and ministers lying, 1 00 . E. B. McCOY, 500 6x9 Hand bills . earn something liko a dollar a week Printing Co. Wellington Observer. . 1 50 " "Best on the market forcouehs and hypocrites, "and tho wrath 500 Mr. Waldeu is a former student of by a few hours work oach day. : 25 . colds and all bronchial troubles: for of God is kindled against them." 500 Business Lards . There is also a chance for some Berea. HV Kill irpny the jndatT on any one of Ut abort croup it haa no equal," writes Henry t to marriage, they believe ortlmor 50 trnU nln, or o tht tmall hand bill$ vr 7. r vu:irl o vouaan, r-- i r Frank Selkirk, a colored boy living ... it uiiiuiu, u r. young men in the Normal course to ui uno 'St ctnli Or Jar, mtul bt near Berea, was tried iu tho Circuit Minute Cough Cure. S. E, Welch, Jr. today just as ever, that polygamy "is bwiueu cin, H'rife extra. I'KR rptnMy. tail oarn a part of thoir exixnaos by g Me Copy truo as the Lord is true,"(Pros. Suow, or In (uiranrr. A newspaper has made its ap court last week on a charge of cattlo and other out door work. Mad orders carefully attended to. CENTER 'IK)) and practice the belief. Applicants should bo on hand by stealing, and given two years in tho pearance at Valley View Argent. It May, STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, is editod by Mr. J. L. Sowers, who Tho character resulting from such penitentiary. next Monday, or Tj'wday. Berea, Kentucky. ART GALLERY has for several years noted as local doctrine is largely what might lx ex A party of students, who have beou Chances for Young Women. I. i Al... T C. I. OdG, Proprietor. eorrespoudonl for city papers, as woll pectod far from the right. It has j There is more work for students in here all summer, drove to Kichmoud f CtMy ?,s.t,m"tf b? At McKw, Jackson couuty, last ; Nothing Bnt The Photos. "U,!,,'T T'"1.7 tho fall, and several more young wo- yesterday morniug, returning with!" paper know, that ai week are in a positiou Tho iu politics. I An8 "" the excursion at 1:22, t Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. men can earn u good part of thoir n least 7t per cent of all marriages in tleputy jailer, iu the thigh with a SS It is a ueatly notten up At the reunion of the nun uuio, qUurto und jwrtrays the energy of its! the sinallor towns of Utah are com- exenxes by work if they are on huud calber pistol, inflicting a very painful held at Paiuesvi iiu, w,, 1 rot. u. by next Monday, or Tuesday. editor and the community in which pulsory Irom immorality. 1 ho uso and probably fatal wound. The DtSXTAL SUllGEIi V. There is n ehunco for two colored Dodge was electod president of tho it lms its origiu. I'antagraph, j of intoxicating drinks, falsehood, tlilliculty had no connection with the ' A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. girls to earn part of their excuses regimental organization. H. Rrown, of Kalamazoo, bath "rMkff ud profanity arc very Ciark aud Hays trouble which entile Smith Jluildiny, Main Street, Dr. Davis reports the birth of twin Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure common, anil the general run of d and receive l up two weeks ago. iiistuction at tho Richmond, K. mo of a severe case of indi- -' ality is very low. girls to Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Lucus last Model House. John C. Chenault, who Telephone, ltealdence, No Ut, OOtee, No 00. Wednesday. All nre getting along gition;can strongly recomineud it Tho .Eldow nr, callel to 8 ou has been u candidate for county STATE BRIEFS. to nil dyspeptics." Digests nicely uml Deitot Street wears a oat without nitl from the what you ielr nwons, nud must oboy or risk judge, stomach, iinuouuces that he will not him Blackburn broud grin. and cures dyspepsia. S. E. Welch, Jr. ull they hold most dear. They are stand in the way of Judge N, B. Tur- a letter from W, J. Bryan, in which generally sincere in their delusions; pin, who recently announced his cuu Former Students. the latter expresses the desire toi O. F. IIiiiihou received Montlay, some uro ot rei pectublo cliaracter, but didaoy. It is not likely Mr. Turpin from the Sptviulty Co., of Cincinnati, make iO speeches in Kentucky iu LI) IIF.AI.KK IN AMATKUK St'l'I'LIKS Miss Lida Adams it toaohitig near othors are notj und the (itutements of wiH have opposition from his party Floe Photograph; at Reasonable Prices. days, beginning in Lexington Oct. 2. a Hue "Auburn," built to carry twelve Vorsallloi. none 01 uiem can on trusted, lor the Untl his nomination will duly follow passengers comfortably, and just tho s Views about Jierea a specialty. Counterfeit are iu Misses Francis Berry and Martha whole system is one of gigantic false-- ; thing for picuics nud mountuiu trips. M, Geu Johll Bo , hv, in Doyle, county. Adams are teaching near Georgetown, liooiauaoiK.uiyupiioidsti,e"JUders-- ' , , c0lllllllimler of thu Ko Tho Friendship Uuptist church ou Eight hundred ikiuikU of buss, Thomas Berry is teaching at Rock-hol- inlyiugforthegoodof Mormonism. tllck ydvisioni uuittxl coiiftnlerate IC Silver Creek, will be dedicated Sunnowlights, "cuts," and other fish wore Henry expects to bo iu school Iu four tluys I have crossed the path veterans, becauso of ill health, Gen. iTlLf 17. Tho dedicatory this full, taken out of a hole in Dix river last day, September ot tirce ,Mln u. .uunuuu r.u.rs, Joha B Gorihll m8 nnn0Hnwl the sermon will lk delivered by Rev. J. I. Scott county institute week. met iu cacu oi wnom nan told a tlillereut appoint input of J.M. I'oyntz, of this Ortce Honrs, v to ti A.M., Wills. Services both morning, and Georgetown last week, l'rof. GivotiH. ThoTri-Stut- e story us to polygamy, one of them city, us his successor. Gen. I'oyntz Ho t l M. National B ink Building Fair is uow a sure evening, with dinner ou tho grouuds. of the State Normal at Frankfort, thing, 5,000 for expenses having saying in heated discussion, "1 want will enter uH)ii the duties of his i Richmond. Kv presided. The meeting wus interest- The public is invited. been raised. The fair is to bo held vou to understand that we will vote . ing and helpful. immediately. There h ulways hope while theios at Hit Cycle Club grounds in Middles-IwrIolygainy into the United States inDESIGNS Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a sciou-tifiOne Minuto Co'iigh Cure. "An at-- 1 For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, Out. 6, ti, mill 7. TRADE. MARKS tuck of pneumonia left my lungs iu skin diseases und all irritating erup- - side of ten yearsl" coiniuuiid Imving the endoie and copyrights Those who wish further information nient of eminent physicians uml the The Muholusvillt Uemoortit has oaii kiiupo mm 1 whs ueitr 1110 uiihi 11011s, iioiiuug so tsootltiug and heal OUIAJNtU ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY niedioul prest. It iigests what you Item i ulmnytsl from an iNghlcoluinu Htugesof consumption. One Minute iug us DeWitfs Witch Huzei Salve. klinnlit Kiinil tiki fowl) fnr h mutt-ii- t Notice lu "laeentit Ag" Cough euro oompletuly cured mo." Mis. Eunim Bulk's, Matron Eugle-woot- l of literature giving their doctrines iu ?1 "Vi ' l 1UOK "UOW IOOUIUU I'ukUU" S fplio to u "j quarto. A writes Helen Molleury, Hituiiitk, N. Nursery, Chicago, uys of it: Chargtt nuxierale. No fee UU patent la aecured. grout improvement iu looks is tho I). UttteraatrlctlTconfldentlal. Addreaa. uiu., iu mn..,. w. .mniij,r iov nu says it oured him oi imiigtMiiou oi Gtves iustiiut ruliuf. "When all uIko fuils iu healing our uiu result, ten yours' stauillng. S. It. Welub, Jr. E. G. SICCERS. Paler! Latter, Withlngton, 0. C. S.E.Welch, Jr, babies, it will cure." S. E. Welch, Jr. public street, Cleveland Ohio. 111 The Citizen T. O. PASCO, . PERSONALS. Until Farther Notice . The Truth about Mormonisra. Ham llaker haa been rerr th paat week. Mn. Frint retutned from her eacatlon Tliura-day- jr DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR ! and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Quality, and Price Guaranteed, Ladies'. i Don't Hiss It No Trouble to Stiow Gooda at The Berea Monumental Co. Anything or the monumental line Iwt-It- r Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. s Berea, Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. now-a-da- I m Berea., Ky. and Surgery,! Job Printing Dirt Cheap GO TO LIVERY. g Bill-head- -loving 9x12" Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET wood-sawiu- ! a fr I'TH'?" "n'. 1 '. Sab-Chest- siH-ciu- inor-cure- e bURTON, The Photographer. half-dollar- J MOPfiAN Dental Surgery, lUll, of-iic- I o PATENTS n ; FREE THE CITIZEN. T. 0. PASCO, Editor ind atantger. IIKItBA. MAN-EATING KENTUCKY LION& Farther Paris Alinnl Thrlr llnviir Amorist llallronil llallilers In ICaat Africa. crowding around us; D'Entrangucs half CHAPTF.il I. risen from his scat, his li.ind on his sword A DOLT FltOM THE ttLUK. oiid I ciuivcrtiig in the grasp of my Lind en cmies. Old Ives d'Alegrcs rushed forwards, "I do not drink w ith a thief!" D'Kntrunguc spoke in clear, ilintinct Mlenec, gentlemen; he called out, rc- tone, that rose abotc the liuir. nf voire, ineinlicr I command here. Savelli, give up snd everjone caught the word. In an in- th.it dngcr; I) l.ntrnngues, your sword stant the room was still. The l.mjhter on Now, gentlemen, wonts hare licen useM all faces died away, leaving them erne; mid nhich blood alone cannot narh out. awnit your explanation! twenty piirs of curious eyes, and twenty d l.ntrangucs, "Liar!" I shouted out, "yon will give it curious faces, were turned toward ua, It wan so sudden, so unexpected, thin jarring clis to mc at the sword s point, and big Hawk cord in our haimony, that it fell as if a bolt nood's rotraminj arms tightened over me. 1 banks, fmm a mangonel, or a shot from one of replied 1) l.ntrnngues, joii Meaner Novanos new gun. hd dropped remember the awnid nt last; a moment be In amongst us. lvven that, I take it, would I saw in tour hands your natural fore have paused let surprise, although for the renpon." present there was a truce in the land. I "A trurc to this, sirs! I await jou," in Coloiina turned half round in hi", seat tprmpteil II Alrgrcs, "Your imrdon," said D'Entrangucs. "Gen and looked at me. Our host and commander. old Ives d'Aleglcs, who was pouring him tlemen, jou want an explanation. It it We have a tliicf in our self out a glass of while vcrnaccia, held the simple enough, in mid air, an expression of blank niidnt, and he is there." men had been seized, all f rem one enmp decanter Kvcn th amazement in his blue eyes. Di called out a dozen "A The third week brought the lict of vie Kngliahman, Ilawkwood, who sat next to voices,thief IvesSatelli!" d'Alegrcs said: "Impos and tims up to IS. The sixteenth victim me, wat startled out ol nis iiaiiiiti.il eaim. siblc! you are mad, D'Entrangucs." was one of the coolie overseers, a huge Every eye was on us, on me wlieie I sat "So more, sir, than you, or anyone of Us lean man, standing over six feet and weigh dazed, and on D'Entrangucs, who here. 1 confess, though, I thought I wss clightly. a forced smile on his face. mad when I ing more than 200 pounds. He was the iuc hack hot knew nf it, for this man my comrade, we have fought side first man to reach the work line In the the (insert of one hand playing nith the has empty glasj before liini, whilst with the by side, and he has borne himself aa a cal morning, and just as he was givng slowly twisted his long red mus- lant soldier. I thought I was mad, I say, some instructions a lion sprang upon other he t was completely taken aback. when I first knew of this; hut the proofs tache, him and dealt him a terrible blow on Only that afternoon I arted from re too strong. the head, crushing the skull. Then he apparently on the best of terms, "What are they!" D'Alegrcs speke very while the We had plajcd together and he had won shortly. coolly began to eat his prey, paid in shivering Indians stood about 300 feet my crowns. It is true he wa not "You shall have them. You all know nwav feeling that they were safe now full at the time: but he knew the word of there have been a scries of unaccountable a Sareili. On leaving, Mmc. D'Entrangucs thefts amongst us lately. The duchess' ru that the lion had got his man. Some ssKed tue to join her bawkinj party for th hies have gone. Hardly a lady but hat lol how it didn't occur to them to ihoot toe invitation. I till the brute had half finished his morrow, and be urged my new peregrine some valuable, my wife, amongtt other accepted, and backed things, a bracelet. The thief did not confine meal, and then they blazed nway In against D'Entrangucs' old hawk Ilibbo for but visited attentions to terrific volley and ended the animal's ten crowns, the best of three (lights, and his men as well. the fair sex;not common They were us career then and there. wager was taken. Never, indeed, had thefts. From the circumstances atten the lin? known him so cordial. I did not luc the them, the roblxrr must have known ua in It was not till US cooltes had been man. but for his wife's sake was friendly to Innately, and had easy access to our quar killed that the large force of workmen n went on strike. They declined to do him. Of a truth, there were few of the ters. Lp to now the matter has camp who wci-another bit of work till all the man youngsters in Trcmouille's some of us older mystery. . A lot of cnp!c have been wrong not in love with her. and ars; ly wretches raters had been cleared out of the sur fellows too, though we hid our feelings let r.ow swinging and two invjr condemned on the gibbet, for rounding country. Work was sua- ter. I whs grateful to madame. ihe had r.othing that I know of. pended till a party of hunters had laid been kind to me after the affair of San "It was done by my orders, sir," slid low the last of these formidable foes Miniato, when a Florentine pike somehow D'Alegrcs, "the matter is licside the point." of man, and finee then no further cas found its way through my breastplate. In "I stand corrected, general. Some littlt! ualties of the sort lime been reported. deed, I may say I owed my recovery to her time ago a fortunate chance revealed tome nursing. In return I had been of some serv- who the culprit was. I made no aign, but N. . Sun. ice to her in the retreat up the valley of the set to work uutil complete proofs were in my Taro, after Fornovo she called it saving her liandt." ALL COMING HERE life. In this manner a friendship sprang up "You have said so before. Why heat between us which was increased by the oih Itlch .Vinrrlcnn Collectors Arc Taat poitunities we had of meeting whilst the about the bush? If you have proofs, pro Stripping Knulund ot Her army lay inactive before Arezzo. Long years duce then." "A moment, sir. May I ask any of you of camp life made mo fully appreciate the to Hare Hooka. itite what your moat recent losses hare society of a woman, remarkable alike for been!" American book collecting millionher beauty and her talent; and she, on the "My medallion by Cimabue." put in Vis- aires are rapidly denuding this coun other hind, felt for me, I was sure, only ennti, in his drawling voice. which possible for a that try of her oldest and most precious good friendship hold forit a isman who is not rwty fat gold crownt in a leather lg, woman to Two yenrs ago the great volumes. grumbled Ilawkwood, "the residue of Ab btr husband. bot Itaaiuo s ransom. God send such anShakespearean collection formed by I do not for one moment mean to Imply Mr. Hulllwell-rhlllliithe biographer that Dom 1) hntrangues was perfection, other prize to me, for I know not how to pay of the bard, passed into the possession I knew her to be wayward and rash, some niy lancet." There was a little laugh at Hawkwood's of Martin J. Perry, of Jlhodc Island. mes foolish, if you will; but withal a pure moan, but it soon stilled, and, one by one, woman. A short time ngo the most extensive I soon found she wss unhappv each man stated his latest loss. nd In lime she got into a way of confiding collection of works from which Shakes"Gentlmen, you interrupt M. D'Entranpeare is believed to have drawn inspira- tier troubles to me. and they were not gucs. Let us end this painful scene." few, for D'Entrangucs was what all men "There is but one thing more, sir. I aak Opsnsd ths Tilts ana sprssd ths eootsots ea tion for many of IiIh plays, or in which knew him to be. Finding that I could be of 1 if Q csmp tab!. references were made to him, ever got help to madame, I avoided all difference you now to have this" D'Entrangucs inditogether met with n similar fate. They with ths husband, and for her sake was, as cated me with an insolent look "this perwere nctually catalogued for sale by 1 have said, friendly to him. Perhaps my son's quarters searched." Whilst he was speaking, D'Aleic gave a ita down. Iiftd up from the hole he ex d course of action was not prudent; but who whispered the open market, but the order to a young officer, who left posed a saisll brown rsllse, which had been Is there amongst us who is always guided by collector from America stepped in and the room immediately, although with a concealed in the earth. The interest was the head I At any rate, I expiated my fault, somewhat discontented air at being sent now intense. Everyone crowded round made an offer for the collection en bloc, which proved irresistible. And now one and paid the price of my folly to the end of away. As D'Entrangucs finished, the door Hruccio. Even the rigiltnee of the guarda over me completely relaxed. I felt a touch was opened, a couple of files of Swiss inof the choicest libraries In the hands the measure. Aa x sat in the now silent supper-rooon my shoulder, and, looking back, taw fantry entered, and with them Uraccio of n private KnglUh collector has been with the man s words buzzing in my ears, a our At a sign ilawkwood. transferred to the Ui.lted States. The curious recollection o a scene that oc from D'Alegres Would you like to go!" he whltiered. one of the files surrounded late James Toovey, of Piccadilly, was curred about a month ago came back to me. mc, the other D'Entrangucs, and Uraccio I spicily. "My horse is ready saddled you on enthusiastic yet judicious biblioMadame and I had overridden ourselves called out in a loud go di Sareili, know where to lind him. voice: phile, whose particular hobby may be hawking, and I had dismounted at her re and Crcpin D'Entrangucs, I Iarrest you in I thanked him with a look, but shook my quest and gathered for her a posy of yellow the king s name! bend, and the gisnt fell back. ha Id to have been productions of the coronilla and scarlet amaryllis. This, in her "Shall I break it open, excellency!" and early English printers. If is library was quick, implusive way. "At your service, provost," said D'En she held particularly rich in these works, two band's face when we met him, a to her hus trangues, with a how, "my sword is already llraeeio held the bag out to I) Aletfrrs. half league given up. May I ask, air," he continued. "My matter ha the key," put in Tarbcs; of the greatest treasures being n fine or so on our way back, saying: eee what I know no more. copy of the extremely mre "Itokc of lovely flowers Di Sareili has given mc!" lie turning to Alcgrcs, "if you will put my "I the key!" I exclaimed. "Villain, th Albans," and the magnificent speci- snatched them from her hand, and fltinii pioois to the teat; St. bag is not mine! At adding to 31. once. Provost, lead your (nsoners men of the first folio Shakespeare which them under his horse with an oath, "It bears your arms, howrr;" Uraccio ui Nmlli s quarters. at one time belonged to Sirltobert Sid something which I did not catch, Madame "Thank God!" The cxpit-ssioburst pointed to a little metal plate on which flushed crimson, and the incident ended ney, curl of Ileestcr. All these works, from me. so great wo a my relief. I was they were distinctly angrared. 1 care "You must, I am afiaid, submit to the fur- together with the many splendid ex- there, for did notto me to press the matter. sure of being acquitted, and madame or no now, in the oddest madame, I should kill D'Entrangucs It all came back said amples of bindings by the most eminent manner, aa I sat staring at D hntrangues. the tuer indignity of being searched, D Alegres. masters of France, Italy and Kngland, lie had come In late to the supper, and, following day, even though I knew Tre There wat no hope in resistance, and I which found a place in the library, lKive after greeting D'Alegres, sliped into the muuillu had sworn to hamt the next man duelling within me, llraeeio been sold to a wealthy American by seat opposite me in silence. Across him his ramp. We were, the jurisdiction of endured this. soon aa himself searchedfrom he began pulled us I hae stated, at and almost as two men were discussing a series of thefts Aiczzo, and had passed the C. J. Toovey. The price paid for the acwinter there. an inner ockct of my vett a small key, at quisition is said to run well into five that had recently disturbed u.. '1 hey were in the truce following the expulsion of the tached to a fine gold chain. not common thefts, such ss arc ot daily oc duke ol J Ian Irom Jxjinbardy. figures. "Here is the noble knlght'a key," he ex It Ind. how Those Interested in the social cus- currence in a military camp; but were the ever, liecomo necessary to menace the pope, claimed, "and see; it fits exactly!" He work of some one both daring and enter who was nut deep In Intrigue as well as turned it in the lock, opened th ralise and toms of Ilritish high life will be curiiriiing. Even then the matter would not j emptied the contents out on a rough ramp crime, and lreinouillc leaving f ous to learn thnt ut the recent wedi4ve attracted the attention It did but for table. A marched south, for amongtt ding of Lewis Vernon Ilarcourt and the lots of a ruby circlet by Ducheta de la with the nnl in Milan, lorrntino allies held and the small low murmur went up,Ilawkwood a heap of were of our I the Mies Kthel Hums in London the presTremouille, which, besides Its intrinsic, llorgis and Spain in cheoit. Acting under leather bag, and articles madame' bracelet, whilst ents to the bridegroom greatly out- value, was the gift of a king. Mine, de la the advice ot Irevulzio, Ives d Alegres, and something rolled a little on one side, and Tremouille mads an outcry, and the duk fell off softly to th turf, A soldier picked others, the duke had not numbered those to the bride. The as the matter touched him, was leaving no but kept us In ramp near entered the town: it up, and placed it face upwards on th list of the bridegroom's presents beWiove. outside tho atone unturned to lind tho tliicf. It had walls, lost medallion. iloi gates of the city gun with those presented by the bride, come to It that every robbery in the ramp were, however, at the sameami the citadel tablethe one D'Alegres held up the articles One by tune strongly ns follows: A crocodile leather suit was put down to this same gurrisoned, ami Trevulzio held command sadly, and 1 looked round in my agony on d ruse with mountings, u gentleman; and Visconli, one of the two men mthin. was all the more urgent to tho faces of those who an hour ago wer large and rare "star ruby" pin, sin- who were discussing the question, was loud- the muin Ubody of the troops outside keen my friendt. They had but ihrunk back from all the ly lamenting the loss of a rare medallion of gle pin, set ot waistcout buttons walls, as they were composed, with the ex me, and 1 was alone within the circle of the ind sleeve links in gold with turquoise) which he had just been relieved. Through ception of a few French regiments, mainlv guards. D'Entrangucs ttood with folded out their conversation D'Entrnngues, of mercenaries, and by holding the town armt, and a smile on hit litx, snd Tarbe centers, large turquoise solitaire stud though once or twice addressed, spoke no surrounded with brilliunts, sllicr card word, but maintained u moody silence. with picked men, uiwn whom ho could rely. glanced from tide to side. Ilk an spo seek I looked toward Tiemouillc would bo able, in case of any ing chance for escape. cuse. London Letter. When the wino was circling round I, beini chungo of front on the part of hit mercen- Ilawkwood, but even his fse was hard and warmed, and wishing to stand well with the John Knew Ills lluslness. aries, to have them between two fires. act. husband of madame made some rallying al Ives d Alegrcs, who then acted as lieutenant "1 do not see th duchess' rubles her." It was just past midnight. "John, lusion to our match for the morrow, snd generul to the duke, was immediately in said D'Alrgret. whispered to his wife, in u hushed offered to drink to him. Ilia reply is known, command of the camp, and hud fixed his I am prepared to produce them rolee, "John, wuke up, there Is a bur-flThe silence which followed his speech was headquarters in a large villa, the property row, replied IJ hntrangues: "in the mean downstairs." so utter that one may have heard a feather of tho and it was here that the sup- time, I trust you hare sufficient proof." John Jumped from his bed and hastily fail ; and then some one, I khow not who, T, which ended so disastrously mc, tine M, d hntrangues his sword. You rushed out of the room. Mrs. John laughed shortly. Ibe sound brought me to was given. My quarters were but for bow need not fight this man," D'Alrgret added, 4 joes to the door, and, hearing nothing:, myself, and in fury, hardly knowing what shot or two away, in the direction of the poinllnj to me, even If he challenge you. I T7ss doing. 1 jumped un ami drew my doicalls out: "John, where ure you?" town. v hen we reached them I was iur- - Were jou a French subject." he said to me. iscd to lind at the door my servant Tarbcs "I would hang you in your boot; at it it, 1 "Here I am," came a voice from above. err, but was inatantly seized by (,'olomiaand "What are you doing up there In the Ilawkwood. The latter was a man of great in the hands of two of the marslul's men. win submit th cat to th duke, u hn size, and between him and Colonoa I was a half troop of French lancers drawn up be- - trangues, I hold you to jour word about th attia?" helpless. lore my tent, ami my own small condotta of lubiet. I'rovott, that your Dritonar ia "Confound you, woman, didn't you "Give bjm rope," whiipercd Ilawkwood, ten lancet, which 1 had raised for the war carefully guarded. You will answer for blra ay there down. talis?" ind bis voice was kind, "this Is not sn affair by pawning my last acre, all under guard. with yoir life." -BUa, to be settled with a poniard thrust." As if any attempt at rescue were possible! Prisoner, your xclltacy Tlier are Ths who! room was in an uproar now, all saw in a moment that this accounted for two." 1 res-pcr- o , j susiK-cteddeep-purseprovost-marshaMonsignort-d'AmlMiisgold-crestear Ac-oltwere-burgla-Tit- Some further facts have been rreclrcd Hons which mail nhont the such n panic among 1,000 Ind Inn coolie working on the Ugnnd.i railroad n few months ago. It appears that the first time the laborer knew anything nboti lions that make a business of killing men to ent was one day when one cf the brutes, In broad daylight, as th laborers were strung nlong the line with shovels In hand, suddenly sprnn In among them, rrushrd one poor fcl low s skull with a terrible blow of hi paw and maimed another so badly thnt lie could not net nway. Of course, a the horrified workmen took to the! heels nwl raised the alarm at the camp a mile sway. The district enplneerand his asrlstant at once went to the spot but the Hon had disappeared, leaving all of the two Imdicu he could not ea ut one meal. After that an armed guard waskep along the line of work, but it made lit tie difference to the animals that were determined to hate men to eat. They would spring like n flash out of the jungle, teirc n man and bear him oil beyond pursuit. Two days after the first man ana killed another man was taken, and the next dny another ills appeared, and within n fortnight 11 man-eatin- g Cnr light, i' !. by 0. rrlelon tt Co. All rlghtt ittrrvtt.) D'Entrungues' lata arrival at the supper; "I hara restored M. d'Entrancurs hit but entered th tent sura of ths results. A word." dozen blailng torches threw a clear enough "Thera It still another," and the prorott light, and D'Alegres briefly requested the pointed to Ttrhet. provost to begin the search. The practiced "rah!" exclaimed D'Alegres. "htng him handt Of the field police did this very ef- out of band come, gentlemen! fectually, biiVJo no purpose, and I felt thai One by one they went nut. Not another the fsers of all were looking friendly towards look did they giro me. I heard the tread of I) hntrangues seemed nervous, and feet, and the sound of rniers In eager con me. his sallow cheek was pale. v craation, dying out in the distance. I stood "Send for Tardea," he said, and at a word as in a dream. Tarbcs had lieen dragged from the provost my knave wat led In. This away speechless, and half fainting. When man was a Spaniard, whom I had taken into he wat outside lie found voice, and I ksard my service, some little while ago, on the him alternately cursing I) Alegrrsaml I) hn recommendation of D'Entrangucs, Except trangues and screaming for mercy. Ill socio on nno occasion when he lost, or maybe touched me on the arm. stole, a pair of silver spurs, for which "Come, signore," h said, "you, at any cuffed him roundly, he had served me well. rate, have a few hours left." At the present moment h seemed overcome (to na coNTiNUan. with fear, trembled In every limb, and re fused to look at me. "Signor Tarlws," said the prorott, "do JAPANESE HUMOR, you know what the wheel is! The man made no answer, and flrsccio Ktsat Blray lamplra of It Thai llsvs) went on: lleen Koanil In the "Signor Tarbcs, we want a little Infor Nmspnprrs. mation which I am persuaded 3'ou imssess. If )ou give it freely we will be merciful; if The Japanese newspajwrs mnke near)ou prevaricate, it you attempt to conceal anything, we will do to you what we did ly at much use of jokes as the American press nml, In spite of the differto the death hunters after San Miniato you rcmtmlerf" ence of language nnd customs, Amer"Speak freely, Ts the. There Is no fear ican Jokes aro thoroughly enjoyed oy 1 added. the Japs when translated into their "Even your master, the excellent cava tongue. Mere, advises you, and I mutt say advises An example of Japanese humor Is tint "Signor )ou well," continued Uraccio. larties, 5 on will now show ut." and he story of two denf men who, meeting rublied hit hand together softly, "where each other one morning, indulged In the valliant knight, Ugn di Sareili, keeps this dialogue: his prizes of wsr, the spoil of his bow snd First Dcnf Man Good morning. Are tpear J ws going to say fin you going to buy sake (rice wine)? "Have a care, sir," said D'.Megret. stern Second Denf ManOh, excuse me; I ly, "you are here to do your duty, not to thought you were going to buy sake. play the jester. Uraccio shrank back at A toper, feeling "headachy" nftcr n his look, and the general turned to Tarbcs: "In brief, we wsnt to know, if your master, spree, hail fallen nsleep. He M. di Sjvclli, has sny concealed property that ho had found n sack of sake anil heie! Will you answer at once, or do you licked his chops before tasting It. "How piefer to be put to the question! delicious!" he exclaimed. "It would I"I will tpeak say anything, my lor- d- mproper to report the find ot police headonly have mercy. I twear what 1 say is true, quarters, but n windfall like this .tUi His excellency, my matter, hit nothing be- nol not Well, shall I take n glass? )ond what you have seen and what lies in No, there will le nothing lost by waitthe leather vahsc under this rug. I It. He was just going Now this rug in question Isy fist on the ing until wann turf, on which my tent ttoud, and at the to set It to warm when the midday gun time of the search D'Alegres and others awoke bltn, wberetion he ruefully exwere standing on it. Owing to this, and to claimed: "Oh, what a pity It was I the crowded state of the tent. It had hither did not drink It cold I" to escaped the attention which it would Another story Is nliout a dog: doubtless haro received sooner or later, for "You told me that when n dog bnrkeil nothing ever passed Uraccio a eyrt. In a he would leave off If one wrote 'tiger moment the rug wat twent aside, and. at the on his palm and kept his fist clinched. torches were held to the turf, it wat evident "A European dog flew at me aa 1 wat that it had leen dug away and then replaced coming borne late lost night. So I somewhat carelessly. IlruTcio was in hit element. stuck my flit out and jutt look how I "l'oufl" he excltimed, "a elumty ama got bitten." teur after all! I thought better of his valor. "Oh I I'robably It was n dog who had Here! give me a pikel And hold th torches not yot learned Japanese writing." so!" In the Pursuit of Fashion. Two With the sharp point of the pike h quickly cleared away th turf, and, stoop-- young men having met In front of n haberdasher s shop, one of them wavetl his hand and cried out: "I have much to say, but business. calls me home. I must put off the con versotlnn for a few dny a, when 1 will see you nt jour house. The other naked him what this bust neaa might le; whether any of his fam lly bad been taken ill. "Oh, no," replied the first young man I have been getting a kerchief which my wife commissioned nip to buy. Tho reason why I said I couldn't atop Is that It would be an awful thing for her to fall behind the fashion while I was loitering on the way. Chlcniro Chron Icle. "He Laugtis Best Who Laughs A Last a dtgrte cf good litjlth obilnbie through pure blood. c4s but one perion (n ten pure UooJ, the other nine should purify the Mood with Hood' StrsjtpjirilU. Then thty C4n Uugh int. Ust nd til the time, for httth Uuqh IndlcAttM hs 1 I I'I I till P'S'M STORY SOUNDED WELL. But There Was Itraaon In llellara That II Was tint Wholly True. "When I tint went wett," tellt a retired business man, who now does nothing in th way of work except to mow the lawn ami tee that thp rat is in the barn at night, "this maimed hand saved mr life." "Is that so?" sikrd the visiting ncighlmr, who knrw that this fmm of Invitation would be siiflicienl to insure the story. "Yes, that's right. If I hadn't lost that first linger when I was a lmy I wouldn't Iks here now. Jim Dixon and me were tradin'. with the Indians. We cvrli ingrd beads, fak jewelry and bright rAhro for furs. All th bulls lo were not gone then and we did a One lime we happened to good buMiirts, strike a wandering band of savages that held ut up nn sight and it wat plain from the way the red devils danced around ut that we were to l put to death alter th Indian fashion. All at once I recalled that a good manv of the Indiana knew me at th 'four fingered' trader who wat alw)t on the level with lhoe wild merchants, to I held up the hind and kept It up till one tt the touni bucks let out a significant stunt and then hurried to the chief In cniiiitiaiid. He came to tne In a dignified manner, examined the hand, grunted hIxhiI 10 timet while deliberating, said 'How, and released me at well aa mr luirtner U p wrrp treated right up lo the handle and permitted to de part when we wanted lo. It was tne closest tnurak and the worst seat I had out in that country when near rails and heart failur irtithtt were the rule. "llrave man," said one neiitiW to sn. other, st they walked away "Yes. resufar bur Iniun. if rou arcrnt all he tellt. Itetwren me and )ou he lest thtt finger two vears sgn while examining a hay cutur." Detroit Free I'rctt, VERY OBLIGING. He Wats Wllllnn lo lllr th Vol, panic Vnrallsl a tiuoil Hard Miovr. The roiinff man who sings loud snd torn wst interrupted by s Up it the door of hit "r.xruie me, taw tne tail, mm tiranger, nnunr the flat tin n.irv to nmuile uudcr )ou, and I have come up to iwjuirt if )ciu are the gentleman who tisgt ballads." "Yrs." was the answer, with the air of s but anted deny th man who is truth. "Are jou fond ol mu "I don't know that I am what you wociM rail fond nf il At the Mine tune I haven't I am very atillhing psrlM-uU-r agim-- t it niurh atlrctrd by some things hear." "That amounts to the same thing at fond of It," waa the sniwrr, in a tone ol toothing rneourtgement. "I have been wondering If I caught (lit words of your favorite song correctly. Let I 1 tpartmrnl. '!" 1 mc see: "How Have 1 right!" "Yes; it s all right, areording to my recollection. Is thtt one of the Hrcrt )eu are atThe fortune of a Croc sua lle buried tested b)" have "Yet. I lcn affected by that for under the sands and rocks near hours at a lime It hat draws tne IrresistIn the Lizard district of Cornibly to ou. It Ins Idled me with s yearnwall. In 1574 a Spanish ship, Waring ing to do something that would make you And I called up to say that if a freight of 117,000,000 and many bara eapnier. you II down to the with ine any of gold to London for safe custody that eveningrnnie uy our rarriver and hire a I'll fate oe lounci in spa n, wna boat snd give )ou a good slart nn the first couia noi And I don't mind wrecked amid the sand nnd rocka some ebbing tide scheduled. the further distance from the shore - n cruel, mtir- - saying that be Mtitfied." nut It bears ou ths Washington Star. better 1 II derons-lookln- g shore. This more than fortune has been buried since. A nl Hi, Had. part of the treasure was once secured "How did Ihr family come nut In the matby an enterprising Cornlihinnn (the ter of settling the ettste!" was asked of oat the brothers. government claiming Its toll), and of "Might more than one band of speculators has succeeded have been worse, but we finally in effecting a compromise wilt tried to rob the sea of Its spoil and has pur lawyer by which he agreed to let ui been defeated by Ibe great Atlantic have half." Detroit Free Press. rollers nnd drlren home out of pocket, family I'rl.le. but yet not without ho.e. There ia weran't afford to keep some talk of making anothrrsmrch for a The Iluiband-ll- ut rarriage, this hidden wealth; but Cornlshmrn The Wife- - f know we can't, but I tn hnve been so bitten In many ventures thow that ttuck up Mrs. Ilrnwn that we can have things we can't afford just at well at that they may well button up their thty can. N. Y. Journal. pockets. London Outlook. Knew His f'nrviriU- I'.,.,, llilLI.. f. Aa Appreciative Header. dead. He drank II cillont nf stramlit whis. Thomaa Scott, tho celebrated com k'. ' .high balls and ,,f .a Leg of beet .... mentator on tho Hlble, published nn niaht before In! " "1. ih.i (,'bi'cigo e r.,'"e of '" death!" edition of Ilunynn's Pilgrim's Progress with explanatory notes, A copy of this work he benevolently presented to one Fact in I'livainlofrv "Tl,.-- .... - . of hi poor parishioners. Meeting hhn J ho turns pale w hen he gets mad it the most dangerous." "I guest that is to. A man soon after, Mr. Scott inquired whether iiu ie searm nenrly oLt nf Ins loott will he bad read It. put up an awful Jour "Ye, sir." was the enthusiastic reply. nal "IJo you think you understand It?" Huntley "t'lifin thing that elopement "Oh, yea, sir," tho parishioner nn f Mits lngwjip and voulig Snipper." Au werrd, with the unexpected nnd dis Thai was an abduc --V:i':rn',,'t i iiiiacieinnia .ortn Amerirsn appointing addition, "and I hope liefnre It thtt Would bear me sway nn Its lKsom To the ocean w lid and wide.' often, oh. how often. wlshtd that the rlihlngtld Ctrsnall's Marled Trrasarp. Gun-wallo- e, t u-l.- Timet-Heral- lig!it."-Indianai- K)ha long I shall understand the notes." tit. Louis Globe-Democra- t. "! A Paper of Tarka. We nil regret what we did yea terday. Will we regret the day after tomorrow, what we do I It not the only safe way lo do nothing y . The nennlp whn t.n'i . - i, jiiftr. BUT .rr - i not half so ' exasperating at thci.e who do see it but don't think much of it. Puck. at all? Life Is a sad riddle. There Is, at last. only one way out to give It up. A nog may act the part of a man without knowing it, A man enn never net the part of a hog without knowintr It. Hardware. Qoaek-qaapkl ma asTiVsssss ... Great Editor Why In the world don't you advertise your nddrcs In the newspapers? hmlneiit Physician People would think me a quack. Why don't you tlirn your name to the articles you write for your paper? Great Editor People would think tne goose. Sick hetdtche. Food docsn'tdl. appetite poor, bowel constipated, tongue coated. It', your liver I Averrs Pills are liver niii. easy and life. They cure dygpep. tit, biliousness. 25c. All Dtuggliti. jest well, X Y. Weekly. DoabU Portion. "She married him to suite a criri friend." "Ilut the of terwards divorced him." "Yea; that was to enable him to marry the tame girl friend and en. joy more tpite." Philadelphia North- A Waul jour moiiiiaciia or buret brown or rich black f Than uta a tissuUtul BUCKINGHAM'S SS f. .,., flgfailJfslll.lJllJfJ . 04.t.,. . DYE (Sfii.filr. N a. M.HC M, American. tasLJ2i SB llu Bart Uovth Bnio. 'f ucm Qciod. Ua poiq or arufsisu. iaiir. urns nam ail THEY WILL NOT FIOHT. Hrltlsh Cabin. t lllnlat.r IU Wo Km tilth In Tniinul-Uiw- ii VIMolla III Not I, ; lhr Will Sept. 9. -- Mr. Montague nunc, Hie consul general of the fiouth African rrpubllo In Ionlon, aalil to a press representative KrliUr ermine "I atiurr jrott on the authority of a cabinet in In atrr that there will be no war with the Transvaal. In fad, the liircn will not permit war. 1 rrcclv.d ft telegram from I'retorla y av Miring mo that the Transvaal rovcrn inent iinlto understands the position regarding the peace party In Kngland anil li. In nowlts inlalnl by speeches anil ilcinonatrnllons." Anglo-Tran- s Sept, Thc vaal slttiat on wore Friday a more peaceful aspect. In addition to the troops from India a brigade of foul b.iltallona of Infantry U under onlcri to atari for Eolith Africa Immediately, one from home and three from Mcdl trrranean stations. The sailing ol the Caitle I.lner Harlech Caatle hai teen canceled and the atcamcr will probably bo employed to transport I)lo!, rlt POWER THROUGH THE SPIRIT. 0R0UPER AND PARROT FISH, dnnilar Rclinnl t.ena Tit ChnrnelrriaMc of On Striking International fnrNenleinlier 17, IMtm Teal, 7.crli ir Displayed In lh Tank mt nrlali 4il-t- 4 Memnrr Va. tho Others. , 0. OLD FOES WATCH EACH OTHER. THE GRAND BRACE. ftarajn nnd tfokls atlll ICealnaT Uaard Their Ancestors f:tn-llsha no Yenra Asm. Pathetic Men of Ihe nf the ed Hlhnlnna Head Next Mornlnar, llnnse these troop. A scinl-ofllr.'- inquiry. I'Iiktoiiu, Sept. 9. In the first raad Friday morning debate waa rrstimril on the Interpellation of the govern ment respecting the concentration of Hrltlsh troops on the border and the stopping of ammunltloo consigned to the Tranaraal. The home adjourned ahorlly liefore noon, after adopting unanimously the following re sol u t Ion : cornea from Pretoria through Cap Town to the effect that the TranTaal government ha explained to the llrlt Uh diplomatic agent, Mr. Conynghatn tirren that It dlipatch wu meant na an acceptance of the proposed Joint statement lt The vollctraad having considered that frlend.y corretpondence la atlll passing between the two government. that the concentration of troops In great number near the bonier ha a detrimental and restlesa effect on the Inhabitants of the atate, and that the Transraal has lived in friendship and frace with all na tiout and desires to continue to lire In suih friendship and wace. now declares Its regret at t fact of concentration and expresses the opinion that In the case of eventualities, which might Irad to enmity or war between the two gorernmrnt the cause would not lie with the republic A rrgards the stoppage of aminunl tion at llclagoa bar. the Volksraad trust that the gorernmrnt will act ac cording to circumstances. "The raad further resolres to drop the matter of the concentration of troops on the border for the present until the gorernment shall supply fur ther Information to the raad, although the Information obtained is unsatls factory. Nevertheless and w ith a view to the results of the negotiations which are pending, the raad declares Itself determined In the meantime to maintain the rights and Independence of the republic." IjO.mh), Sept. 9. The cabinet coun ell Friday was inarUcd by absolute unanimity, and In splla of a lack of ofllelal Information and the presence of much corroboratlro eridence that the Hltuation is scarcely less strained. there Is no sign of any Intention to ronrcne parliament and no Immediato necessity exists to call out the reserves. It Is probable, howerer, that the appeals from the gorernment of Natal will result In the dispatch of a large body of Iroopi from Kngland and India to Natal and Capo Colony. shlag Ion. Washington, Sept. P. Ilrlg. Gen. Orcnshlnr, who has Just returned from the 1'lilllpplno Islands, called on Secre tary IIihiI and the president Friday, (icn. Urenshlno has been suffering from ferer and has not yet recorered. He undoubtedly will be granted a further leare of absence. He reports lhat Ken. I.anton ha suffered from chills anil ferer since he haa been In In W Ilr'g, Ua. Onhlo Die Philippines. "Ill r al Kef West. Ytllnw Kicr Wear, Flo., Sept. V. Thirty sases of yellow ferer hare, been reported during the past St hours. Including two case prevlonsly omitted, the total number occurring to date so far as known Is 1,371, Two death hare been reported during the past St hours, making the total number of nine. The weather Is tt II death rcry warm and rainy and favorable for the apread of the disease. - Shsmruek's I uurtli trial Spin. New Yoiik, Sept. 9. Not much wind favored Sir Thomas Upton's yacht Shamrock In her fourth trial spin Friday. It Is the general impression that Designer Fife wus "putting the breaks an," for the yacht' traveling Friday when there was a breeze was so ridiculously alow that those watching her the Lord:" Itcferrlnglmck to3:0. The INIMANAfOUS. ivclared she was being purposely sail-t- d people should rejoice, became the prov nilAIN.. orn- - Na 2 Misra l idence of God, reaching everywhere. In out of trim. OjU N S mixed the world, is with their leader. I.0t'ISVlt,!.K. Caterpillar la Ills r.ar, .... LKB80NS ritOM Till! CANDLESTICK. FI.OIK W'ateriMittct O., Sept. P. An tilt A IN Wheat N 3 r'd r he bowls were reservoirs ot the oil. lorn .Mir,!...,, caterpillar crawled Into tho Dal MlicJ Hvery man needs tu have n reservoir of .... ...... rOHK Me right ear of Joseph King, of this elty, character, (ovvcr, knowledge, goodness. I.AIlU-hlirhurtday night, and, wiggling about, The pipes conduct Tho Conductors. let the man In agony, It required the ed tho oil to the lamps. Thu supply was ifforta of three physicians to success- useless unless It could be brought to the fully extract tho Insect, which uniss- flame. It Is blessed to bo the channel ued overall Inch long, of Uod'a blessing to men. The olive ticcs, one oil each side of lb otl aotl Not. la larillfU government tho lamp, express the source of supply. 9. Tho Hkiilin, Sept. (iod's Spirit tu III church u sent l'rof. Von Volkens, of tho The supply of la Inexhaustible. Jnlrerslty of llerlln, to the Caroline! Jesus used a similar Illustration, a Investigate the soil and tho flora, drawn frcm tho vine, In John 13U-m eal Whe.it-NaSred. ani IflpecUllr ArrannedfromPeloiibet'i Noles.J The Hrrtnuda groupers art so railed (lOl.liKN THXT.-N- ot ly mlitht. nor by power, but by my Kplrlt. aallh tlie Lord ol on account ot thrlr habit of grouping together. There are plenty of flshra ml.-.oc- n. 1:5. UKAt) the chapter, ami compare Kara Ihnt'on occasions by accident or design . tuny ootne. together aide by ride, or In I.KJIIT FIIOM OTIIIlll rVJiMITmilin other regular order or formation, llev. tomf The riolden Candlestlrk -- Ks. get toare fesr If any S:ll-II 12. II, 2: 11:4: Malt, Horn.. 1:11,Tho Holy but there tho groupers do. that the tank In Hplrlt -- John I.:1I.II; it; Acta gether as J. I t, llal. 6:11, 12, H. of groupers at the aquarium, saya the hi 1'i.Arn in Tim iiiHTorir.-T- ho New York Sun, these fishes may be seen, circumstances In whlek torlral bait a dorrn or more of them at a, time, nronhrs eil are fouml In l:tra. C'liapsoanilB. licRan to prophesy No- ranged along tho glass at the front of vember, II, C KO, hetween tho secoml and tho tank, heads all to the front, and Ihlra prophecies ot HSKKSl. i na proimrcy with their bodies lapping one another of the lesson waa spoken on the morning day of the eleventh diagonally with uniform regularity. of tho twenty-fourtmonth, therefore some time In March, M, Bometlmrs nt feeding time they stand, five moaths after the peoplo began anew or rather suspend themselves In the watheir work on tho temple. ter side by side, In a uniform rank, rt.Al'H Jerusalem. heads up, near tlis surface, nnd wait 1'ltrilMIKTH -'- .echarlah and Ilasaal. IIHI.i:ilR.-Iar- Hs llystaipe. kin of there for the man with the food, whose rovernor of Judea. Persia; Zerubbabel, step they may hare heard on the plati:XI'I.ANATOUY. form back of the tanks. I. The Prophet .crhnrlnh and Ills A curious Illustration of the fishes' rc tendency to group was shown In anMission. Zcclwirlnli ("the membcra") wna the son of Ilarnchlnh other way. Into a tank In which there nnd crnmlson of lildo, who wna one of were two parrot fishes there wss put the henda of the 12 courses of priests also a grouper. One of these parrot (Nch. 12M, 7), mill whoso successor fishes wss not feeling very lively; InZcchnrlnh beenmo (Nch. 12:10). He stead of swimming around It lay on the wna nrobahlv born In llabylon, nnd bottom of the tank, over In one corner, went to Jrrtisnlcm when quite young, Just breathing and taking things easy. with Zcnibbabel nnd Joslum. He be- This was the grouper's opportunity, can to iirophcsy nliout two months and It stretched Itself out on the botafter Unggnl (Zcch. 1:1; F.zra 1:1; G tom of the tank right alongside the par14; ling. 1:1), In the aecond year of rot fish and as c!oe to It as It could get, Darius Hystnspca, nnd continued the and stayed there. .tea prophecy for two yenra (7:1). DAY. arlah'a inlaslon waa to nwnken nnd en cournce the Jews In Ihclr grent work When Kvery Dor Is Allorrad to f.a of rebuilding the trmplo nnd renewing a Snlleh In Easrland An OK the religious life of the people. Custom. II, The Vision of the Ooldcn Cnndlfr wna to ghe courage stick. This tlslon There are parts of rural Kngland nnd hope to the people by thenssurnnce where they atlll set aside a day for thnt they, feeble nnd poorns they were, whipping dogs. Dog-vwere yet like (Sod's precloui golden hipping day Is October J8. candlestick, whose work wns to II Then every boy in the neighborhood Is lunilne the world with the Dhlnc light privileged to nrm himself with sticks nod life. and lashes and bent every dog he meets V. 1. "Tho nngel:" who hnd ex to his heart's content. There are difplnincd the other lslcn, just ns Unnte ferent stories as to the origin of this rrprcsrnls himself ns nccotnpniiiril by strnnge custom. In Yorkshire tradithe spirit of Virgil nnd of Beatrice, tion has It that a priest, when going his "And wnked me:" He hnd slept nftcr rounds ninny years jigo, dropped the the first acrle s of vision. This wna the holy water used In communion serrlce. beginning of n new vcrlr, during the A dog that happened to be near by swallowed It, and was same ctcntful night. promptly V. 2. "Itehold n candlestick nil of whipped for his gulttony, nnd In comgold:" I.ILc the seven branched candle memoration of this event It has been deemed expedient to throsli the entire otlck of Solomon's temple (lx. 25:31 37). "With a ImiwI upon the top: lor dog family on this dny throughout the In the vicinity of n rrcnolr of nil to supply the Inuipx. succeeding yenra. V. 3. "And two ollc tri s:" The oil MnnchrstiT the tale goen that thej-on- l usunlly burned In the Inmps wns olive father In n certain monastery frriS In et platters of food outsiilr the gnlt oil, pressed from the fruit of the olive for the ioor pilgrims that infrstrd the l tree. These were the lltlng, sources of oil; so thnt the lamp would country nt certain seasons, On one occasion a dog, whose stomach wns probnever go out. ably empty as any pilgrim's, rver dare V. S. "Knowest thou not?" This Im plies surprise thnt the prophet did not be, very selfishly ate the food himself, lie wns caught In the lawless act see through thrse plain symbol. The meaning won written all out them. and was whipped soundly, nnd his First. The Jewish untlun was God a crime and Its punishment linve been rundlestick, which should uphold the visited upon his descendants these light for the whole world. Its business many generations. was to sliril nliro.nl the light of lioil. Mrtlco ami (tie Vnijnli. The Christian church Is Christ's golden The struggle between the nqul Incandlestick (Iter. 1:20). Second. The dians and the Mexican government hns Holy Spirit la aymlralirrd by the sacred bem Inevitable ever r Inrc Ihe construcoil which keeps the Inmps burning tion of Ihe Mexlrnn Central railroad and shining, "Not by might:" Not by brought civillratlon within an easy any governmental jowcr, or power of march of the Yaqul trrrllory. With numbers, or of wraith, or valor. And the extension of the area of gold disnot "by power:" n contrasted with coveries In Koiioi u the conflict could not "might," not by physical or Uxtlly be longer averted and It will have a melstrength. "Hut by my Spirit." "As ancholy Interest In history as probthat candlestick gnvc forth Its light In ably the lust stand of the red man on silent, ceaseless splendor, unfed nnd this continent against destiny. The by huiunn agencies, so the work Yaqul Is not as aggressive or astilood-thirst- y In which he wns engaged would be acns the Apache, but he Is fully complished by the Spirit of God." ss Impervious to civilisation and quite Cambridge Iliblr. as good n lighter. V. 7. "Who art thou, 0 great moun a Illreli Wood I'.jporled for Npools, tain?" A figure representing the About 10,000,000 feet of birch wood ot the work to be done, the Im mense dlfllcultlea In the way Satan of will be sent this year from Maine to the previous vision, tho l'cndan empire, Kncland and Scotland for spool. the bitter opposition of the SamariTHE MARKETS. tans. "Thou thnlt become n plain:" ClM'IKICATI. Se;t. B, He wholly removed. At Hint very time S 71 ft 3 7 God wna Influencing Darius to refuse UV 71 liutctieri SeUrt i HI the desires of the Samaritans, nnd give PALVKS Klr to iroKl lttflu.. 4 71 Id 7 M U. sna Deary Ida favor to Jerusalem (l..rn 0), He IIUU tl 44 10 o .ii xki p tetter 'a Inspired the iwoplc with patriotism nnd OJ I.n-h-t i1 nlmcrs I 74 M I 01 SIIKKI- - Choice well snld zeal and energy. It hns I.AMII prlnir &0 Unit "It Is n great dcnl better to have 3 a l.ol! It Winter patent red the faith that shall remove mountains Na 3 n a it thnn to keep on cxitcnslvc corps of en ( nrn Na Jn.ltfil ft U :i Ui Na J gineers to tunnel them." "And he shall 1U , Itxn Nat bring forth the headstone" of the tem Clio AV I'r me la rhulee ft. II w ple: The crowning grace thnt com l'ltOVISIONS Me I'ork A AM I.i nl y pleted the building. Ills work nhouhl ii it S3 fnoire it shoutings, crvlng: AI'l'I.KS eieamerv f. i no y succeed. "With Cm Ice to IM iS, I 71 reGrace, grnro unto It:" With great I 41 rOl'ATOKS l'erbrl VIw joicing and acclamations should the CIIICAlJa KI.OL'lt Winter iwtent.. temple be completed. IM (13 0) 72 tl UIIAIN Wheal ?.( red... . . . his hands V. 0. "Zerulilmhel M tt fW Na Sl'nieiii;u .i ritis Na3 it il shnll also ilnlsh It:" It is unite proba ll)i: NV. S OATS siva. .'. ble thnt the people were dissatisfied Id 7 21 tl l'Htlv-.l- e1 21 6 SI 111 way. Ho be- - l.AUU-sira- m with Zcrubhabcl soino NF.W YOltK. longed to tho day of small things. He 3n utnl did not appear like Solomon In nil his FI.OL'H-Wln- ler -- Na 2 nil WIIKAT a 7t4 glory. He appeared liken common uiun (DKN-SmixeJ IS W.'l KYK nil ruthcr than like n grcnt ruler. 41ATN M O 2l V. 10. "For who hath despised tho rOKK New niFU f 7V M 3 0 &) I Allli 6 Wiktcrn Small begin lay of small thlnga?" nings, n small people, a small kingdom. I'l.cU! II KiuillyIIAI.TIMOUK. 3 2i A3 M small wealth. "They . . . shnll UIIAIN-Wh701, Nn. J ml 61 & huiilticrn 7lli of the see the plummet:" Tho ymlol jsi, Corn MUnl rH nrchltect or Lead builder. Ho shall VS (Ms Na 1 Whtio ft Ml Ile--.- a 2 is complete the building, for with him C'ATTI.K - Klrsiwestern :j arc "those sercn; they nro t lie eyes of lllKIrt We.lcui iiujlltjr 31 it t 41 l:li-:z:JI-JTIMIl-Zeeharlsli h lnl - The Nnvajos and the Mokls are ancient enemies. The Navajo stalk the plain, wide scattered. Tha Mokls huddle nn the point of a precipitous mesa towering a thousand fret above the red desert. Inch by Inch they cowered before their persecutors through a hundred years until nt last they built their village of on the heights four centuries. Though hitter foes, the Norajos peaceably rlslted the Mokla erery alternate year on the dny of the mysterious ceremony of the snake dance. Three hundred summers ago, so runs the tradition, a Navajo boy while watch Ing the dance fell from the brink of the mesa to n mangled death on the tumbled rocka far below. And every second summer since, when the visiting Navnjosromcon to the mesa they stand, now In groups, now singly, at the spot where the boy fell and gaze down from tbe heights for hours at a time. The Mokls believe the Narajos are only waiting a fnrorable opportunity to pounce upon them nnd avenge their clansman's death. Recent visitors to the land of the Mokls say that on the day of the dance t)cre Is always a Narnjo on V point of rock gazing stolidly below. !7Mnd on the pile of the village nnd outlined, vjalnst the sky I the solitary form of a iiokl watching the Navajo Intensely. Hoth were standing the guard their ancestors stood through 300 summers. y I . On, of th Itahemtsn eltttsnt nf Ih Invn went home the other nitht after harms donned s pairnf skates that would hare slid him orrr an Arirona desert with the mercury buhbhnout of the top of the thermom rter. He had no recollection of how he got home, and eren the next mornlnn he wss not certain whether he was on a storm-toed Atlantie liner or making a leap from f a balloon minus a parachute. He went down to tht breakfast table with enough wtt towels wrapped around his head to make , a turban for the mahdl. His wife met him with reproaches In her ryes, hut she did not scoM him. She wanted to inform him of hit conduct the night before, however, "My dear," aht said. 'Mid you know that you came very near killing us all when you went to bed last night!" "Nope," said her husband, thickly, at he I felt his hot forehead. "Well, you did. You knocked over the baby's cradle. Then you blew out the gas sna we were nearly aspnyxiatea. What do Her husband is usually a resourceful man, but the fumes of many cocktails taken the night before somewhat clouded his intellect. He made a grand brace and tried to look pa- thrtic. "M'love," he said, as a ray of Inspiration burst through his foray brain, "wasn't I here to die with you?" Washington i'oit. 1 I I Masle for Nervousness. Some scientists' have claimed that music has the power to soothe the nerves. Hut the quickest war to cure nervousness is to strengthen the nervous system. We know quickof nothing which will accomplish this er than Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. It is the one medicine that is successful above all others in tht treatment of blood, stomach and liver diseases. Do not take a substi tute. See that a private Revenue Stamp covera the neck of the bottle. i J THE BUTTERFLY. Mother t'sea the Down from Her flodi-tMake n .test for Her Yonnsr, Then Die. There Is something really pathetic In the way n' mother butterfly builds a nest for her children. In the first place tha little home where the eggs are deposited represents n great deal of sacrifice, for It Is lined with several layers of soft down plucked from the mother's own soft body. The eggs, having been laid carefully upon this luxurious, pretty couch, are protected by nn equally pretty coverlet made of 'thesnmematcrlal. These butterfly bedclothes are often arranged with an Intricacy that Is quite curious and perplexing. Sometimes a bed Is made so that each separate delicate hair stsnds I Irony. "Did ye Iver notice a mon from St. TxmliT" inquired the janitor philosopher. "Will, II ye didn't it's worth yer whoile. Up th' boulevard he struts wid hid iltvated. thor'a a big commotion an' he's lifted off his fate by an autvmobile. He picks himsilf ud. floes home an tills his frinds th' horseliss carriages v Chicago are run by jackasses; but thot th' jackasses are insoide. Oh, he's a hitter lobster." Chicago Evening News. Pud-dinl- Tho debilitating drains nnd discharges which weaken so many women nro caused by Catarrh ot tho distinctly fcmlnino organs. Tho sufferer may call her troublo Lcuchorrhoea, or VcaknesSjOr Fcmalo Disease or some other name, but the real trouble is catarrh ot the female organs and nothing else. radically and permanently cures this and all othet forms of Catarrh. Itlsnposltlvo specific for fcmalo troubles caused by catarrh of the delicate lining of the organs peculiar to women. It always cures if used persistently. It Is prompt and certain. Pe-ru-- v Hons Seekers' Excursions via "Dlar Four Itonte." I ! i pcrt-nuin- To the North, West, Northwest, Southwest, South and Southeast. Selling dates: August 15th, September 5th and 19th; and on October 3d and 17th, 1899, at one fare, plus $2.00 to authoriied pointa in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, llritish Columbia, Colorado, Florida, Ceorgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, (Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, unrlirht. thus cirinir the entire nrst tho Washington. For full information and parappearance of n little brush ot downy ticulars as to rates, routes, tickets, limits, r privileges, etc., call on Agents fur. Then again the eggs are laid address spirally round a tiny branch, nnd as "Dig Four Itoute," or A. G. P. the underA J. Agt., signed. W. 1. Depne, Ihe covering follows their course, the Warren .T. Lynch, Gen. 1'aii. & Tkt.Agt., effect resembles the bushy tall of a Cincinnati, O. fox, only the nrst Is more beautiful What He nnd. than the "brush" of the finest fox that Guest What have you got! ever roamed over country. The buildWaiter I've got liver, calf's brains, pig's ing of this downy nest Is the last earthly labor of the mother butterfly, for fret. "I don't want a description of your physby the time It Is completed her own ical peculiarities. What you have got to eat delicate body Is denuded of Its natural is what I want to know.' Itoiton Traveler. covering, nnd there Is nothing left for Cnn't Succeed. her to do but to die n sacrifice which she promptly nnd heroically makes In of Some men are so deficient in the elements success that they would never set the the Interrst of the coming butterfly world on fire even if the world were insured generation. t in their favor. Detroit Journal. stop-ove- The microbes that cause chills and fever and malaria enter the system through mucous membranes made porous by catarrh. heals tho mucous membranes and prevents the entrance of malarial germs, thus preventing and curing these affections. Pe-ru-- "BIG FOUR" "The Sea Level Route" TO NEW YORK. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. WAGNER SLEEPING DINING CARS. at. E. IXG1LU, CARS. C J. O. MeCOItaiCK, President. Pass. Trsfflo Mgm AiiL Qenl Pass, ft Ticket Agt, wincss LT.ICIt, $3 & $3.50 SHOES ALL TUS W. L. DOUGLAS Worth $4 10 f 6 compares Othsr aiskss. !"'n nils Indorsed hj ovar 1,000,000 wearers. LEATHERS. ALL STYLE STILL RULES THE WAVES. llrllannln Own Half the TonnasrO of the tVnrlil Iq Ships and t'uete Sam 1 Krxt. old-tim- and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tastsless CniLLToxic. I(is slmplylronandnuinineiu a tasteless form, Nocuro-nopa- y. rricc,50c. The Ilest Prescription for Chills vnst-ncs- -- re i: 1 ix-c- UltAI.N-Whrst- -Na i si The boss dynamiters of Japan are Tak boast that "Ilritonnla Ki ank. Pak Chung Yung and Pak Yung rules the wnves" wns never more justi- Hyo, and they art, very Dad pack. BaltiFigures pub- more Herald. fied thnn It Is lished in Kelldrn's Magazine show that To Car a. (laid In Oaa the entire tonnage ot the world In ships rako Laxative. Bromo Quinine Tablets. All nmounts to n round totnl of 27,673,.12S druggists refund money It It falls to cure, 25c tons, of which enormous aggregate Feminine Exhortation. the United Kingdom and her colonies A Boston paper says that about 300 women or, to have been licensed to preach. The rest have own rather more than be precise, the immense nnd overshad- not taken the trouble to get a license. St. Louis Hepublic. owing proportion of 13.9SS.S0S. Deducting from this latter total "Oh. that I should have married a funny l,Cfi1,JS4 owned by the Urltl&h colonlea man!" she wailed. "What is the matter, throughout Ihe world, the United lovely, dear!" siked her most intimate Kingdom possesses no less than 12,828,-02- 4 friend. "He came home and told me he bad tons. It Is Indeed n for cry from this a sure way to keep jelly from getting moldy at the top, and when I asked him now, he predominating tonnage to the second said turn it upside down." Boston Travis hardly surprising eler. biggest, which, it to learn. Is that of the United States of You have several old America, and which figures oyt to 2,403,-SS- I clothes that are good dollars worth ofthem but soiled. Dye tons. over with Putnam Fadeless Dyes and they (Icrinnny takes third place with 2,453,-33- 4 will be new again. Only takes one hour and tons, which thus follows closely they will not stain your hands or vessels. upon American heels. All probably but Tommy "Who was that lady you spoke those who follow maritime affairs closeto!" Willie-'Th- at's the lady that lets my ly will lenrn with some surprise that ma go out any afternoon but Thursdays and Norway easily occupies the fourth Sundays.' Boston Transcript. The e . Sort of "Short Deck." CUIUS tax W. t SwtW 4 Sillaw. M fwif Tsks bo sabstltnui elsln4 tobessgnoil. Largest msksra of 1 sod S.U0 sboes I tat world. Your de tier tboalditst them If sot, w will sssd to ittronrecetBtofsrtc. SUU klad of lesther. stta and width, plsla or ctp to, t. L D0UQUS rataloan 11 SHOE C- O- Bracttta. Mass. Pre, Dr one-hal- Send your rums and address on if postiL and we will send you our 136--S pace illustrated ciUlofue free. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. ' 176 Wlnchtttir Attniit, Htm Hataa, Conn. READERS OP TU13 PAPER DESIRING TO BUT ANTTU1NQ ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS E110ULD INSIST UPON 11AVINO WHAT TIIET ASK TOR. REFU81N0) ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. IIL"ITi:it-lli(iiedlr- plu;t. . N-- e K Na a 711 io us a Si'i ss & 7 A pretty story Is told at Vienna about Archduchess Valerie, youngest daughter of the cniieror. It seems Hint when traveling ihe other day from l.liu to Vienna she noticed on the platform at Mnr a schoolboy crying She had the couductor bring the lad to her compartment and, finding thnt he was proceeding lo Vienna to attend his father's funeral, she Insisted on his traveling with her, paying the difference In his fare, as he had only a third-clasticket. During the trip she devoted herself to the task of comforting him, telling the boy, among other things, that she, loo, had suffered much from the. loss of n fondly loved pureut, vrho had died suddenly In a foreign land. It was only when the boy rrached Vienna and was leaving the train that he discovered that the kind lady wis Archduchess Valerie bit-trrls awrrf aympalhjr, Townsend. I can recommend Fiso's Cure for Consumption to sufferers from Asthma. K. D. Ft. Howard. Wis., May I, '91. The ear conductor's motto is: "Let us put off till to morrow the man who cannot A. W. Bulletin. pay to day."-- L. Is a Constitutional Curt. CARTERS INK to bo Hall's Catarrh Cure Price, 75c. Men are never so good or bad as opinions. Mackintosh. their C I OouiBttssfierflriidsr'sasfof Dr.KHaa's Ursat Ntr? lllcrtr. Sts trial bottl sad IrastlM f rte. Dr. R. U. EUN E. Ltd. l Arch SL. FhlU. f . A. N. K.- -B 1777 VTHCV WKITINO TO AUVSKTIIElta) tha Advartlsa alal skat jroa -- PraarUr Car. No SUorpsrT-r- l sla la tht saaal paper. u fTI JL-UcCWMK I I EETHINAas DR. MOFFETT'S n rOWBSIS, Ask j... . - I )- sail. Tktenrtawtrtltais leal sadeerUlslrsssrssstlirsrlsrr tki from .jUIsw. tier aud i ReT.(now BlsboD)Joseph S. Key. ssv (Tretkiar Powdtrsi to air IIIU sraadrklld wllk tk kisulrtt re. ,irii jor itsini,is CmIsmIj 25 Cents. jour Druggist for It. ,r'i5abc.."",,u St C. J. MOFFETT, M Louis, Mo. 3 4) 7J SHit a II a 21 Ultl U 4 10 AIM 71 Spanish Queen's Charity, The queen regent of Spain recently Inherited n large fortune from a bachelor, Alexander Solar, and has given SGOO.noO of it to charities. Wo deslro a limited number of trustworthy, onoruotlo men in each Btato. To nooeptablo parties wa will pay a regular salary of blXTY DOLLAIIS per month. All applicants must furnish roferenoes. This advortlsemont will only appear in this Issuo, therefore address at onoe, J. H. CHAMBERS & CO., St. Louis, Mo. S60.00 PER MONTH. To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Prico 80c. A Romance in Real Life. After n day's work In llio schoolroom I Ih1 n nomadic life, t liml it jilcasmit to have no jmrtlcular station but to take tip quarters first in one placo nml tlien in another, as enprieo In this wn.v I etui rimy tlietnto. study individuals, their diameter mid customs, from different jioints of viow. During ono of these oxteniK)ro visits, after Inmig snfoly ntui plensnntly domiciled for tlio night, I naked my hostess to toll mo the romance of her lifi. She seemed to ho tthout thirty years of ngo, with lingering traces of her former beauty ns wns shown by her even white teeth, nnd her bhiek hair nnd eyes, the liittor showing a depth of passion nnd nn undiiunted energy of purpose Sho wns this wife of a well "squire", their family consisting of threo boys, bright, in. telligent lnd, two of whom were pupils of mine. Haviug touched on the minor of childhood, ancestry, etc., in regard to her romance, she said, "A big lueuting wuz to commence on Friday, but mo nnd Hud had sot the time fer Now Pup had n favorite Thursdn preacher and he sorter sot his heart on that preacher a savin of tho ceremony. Pap was kinder deef and Bud told mo ns how he would git tho mngistrit and come to our house on Thursday cus ho didn't bolieve in git-ti- n married at meetin, hit was bad Now folks cused mo nrter-warluck. us bein at tho head o' that but I swan I never thot o'nothin. Shore enulT Bud como right up to timo with to-dfav-oiit- o do-tni- ls , Breathitt county. Walker, Pearl, and Jnnio went with her. Hot weather absorbs our attention The temperature has at present. been from SK) to 1(0 for nearly a week past. Haiti is badlv needed, "nnd lon ging is Mopped on account of dust. A 1) year old daughter of Isaac Jet I (colored) was drowned Aug. 111. She was playing on a raft and full in 10 foot of water. W. S. Abshenr discov ered tho body about an hour and n half later and dived several times before he brought it up. John Moreno, I'. S. Demit v Mar- slinl, attempted to nrrest Jesse rscoly who rcsisttsl nnu shot him with a revolver. Morgan f 11 to tho urouud and crawled to his horse, where he found four men waitiuc for him. They fired at him again nnd ho ran in ni eiirlitmr k lintiHu fur fttinltpr a m iinnlln. r,inrf.KOn,in State Bureau of Agriculture recently farmers, of Owsley, on the subject "M"': Vet" . un " ".r1,ut shown. We hop" farmers will O nt the work ultli niifli!iinm m ' and an aim to have better roads nnd better ways of farming. Owsley has H' pistol from Lucas Gruhh who was alKiut to raise trouble, Sunday. thl Rolort Davis was Until in tho mag-- i ror ftmuKtejf Ivpwtmrnt nrnx rnuli lk on nisrtliK ilair of isttnto's court, Monday, for disorderly conduct on the public highway. .Mr. mid Mrs. .Kobert Greer, of Knox county, spent a few days visit- South Doonovlllo Mrs. James Frost died Sept. 7, of ing relatives here during this week. Caleb Powers, republican eandi-typhoid feer, leaving a husband nnd if children. date for Secretary of Stnte, oddressod Mrs. W, It. Pondorgrnss of White the peoph at Otter Creek, on tho lith. Oak died Sept. II, nfter lingering Miss Ellon Morirnn, who is teach ing mi Red Hirtl, visited Misses Nol- several mouths. Mi Lizzie Minter of White Oak lj' "I Mary Siemore, Saturday nnd visited friends mid relatives at South Sundny. Boonevillo last wek, M. If. Frederick spent Sat unlay Miss Minnie Scale, who has been and Sunday with O. Arthur Size lingering for several weeks with more, who has just lccovered from n second attack of fever. typhoid fever, is slowly improving. Letcher Sizomore, Sr., went to L. C. Hose, our stock dealer, says he has bought over sixtv head of 2 or Pineville. Friday, to buy a new He is preparing to put in a 3 year old steers in tho ist week. fine lot of logs nt the mouth of Bear He is n hustler. Mrs. W. T. Cnwood left Thursday Creek on Hed Bird. Scrlplur Sllrae. for it visit to relatives and friends in td-h- The Counties. ttt. Owsley County. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. IMHtil ' Commonplaco Things. nvsrs.x.N UMit.iiwiK. "A conimtmplact) life," wo say, ami wo sigh. But why should we sigh ns we snyT The eouiiiionpluce sun in the com- hf ilm. K.m U Hotmi !'nWfr It-is- THE SCHOOL. m KttL-- Iwftwr l l.r M.. Tint II Twin tvnit n( Ihr Soml tVwrtmrut Hrtm i nllmr. I know noliody in the world thnt n Mttvt THE FARM. hy t tin Her rmf"f of itsrftm iiflmi tVtfft 1 has position more full of daily care In iinm VfffffiiHi iwnQutMtlr). the Northern Stntt- -t this It re- nml at tin; same lime of daily oppor- - garded ns a troublesome weed nnd (unity than the teacher of tho tlfrtrM wholly worthless, but in tho South ncumt. All of them realize the "care" its ehnrncter is very dilTcrcnl. It monplace sky Mnkes up the commonplace day. The moon mid the stars arc common-plnco things, And tho llower ,i. l ! fortunately theollfcers of London 'or "'is, liegin with the sadtlle. to tho front. 2. Hang by the hands in rings of Mrs Vocum nnd daughter wero in' ""' arrvsl on;' nn(lthe Grimes, (perhml ,",'')s ,1ht lmilvr) from the ceiling nlsive the '" J111 susR-ndet- l Boonevillo last week In the interesLs forward, -n .hTIlotft ft "7r' ise and "rk- circle. and effect on in a The umv uie miner w.n uo uio thewallsof the chest iHerr remnrk- record-breake- r OUflty. nOCKCaStie at Boroa in noint of able. I have known such swinging Conway. Cp hero it seems ns if attendance. Bom to Mrs. Richmond ou Sept. 3, to reduce the pulso very sensibly in ovoryono who expects to ,'0 invar to ,. school was headed toward Berea. In n f'r'- a week. In each exercise continue l... i.,i i. my opinion that school furnishes tho Mrs. baire hilil nml "lends, of mif, slightly fatigued straight way o'lookin nt you it nllers grandest opportunity ever ollered W. ii. ash tho entire skin with tepid mnde me feel quare and nervy liko those who wish education. Let me Tl...,l.. 7 about tho heart. Well we wulked out encourage you to attend Bcrea, for j We hud u good rain last Friday water and good neutral soap every morning, on returning from the first oto from night. nter tho vard and when wo came face N1""1 Bl,? lnat J'ou w, its faculty very much walk, and rub the skin to redness to face with the magistrit, my face us get education andbenefit. t.et A. W. Hart is buying calves now. make our every night on going to IhsI with a A roport says that B. C. Richard burnt like fire and I couldn't help but country moral and not degraded. son wus informed that Mr. Naves of sharp hair glove. Lawrence's Eng- and Bud could swap wish that him Nicholasvillo had como to this placo j8h natent gloves aru tho best. All places. I think ho must have noticed , 1 ill. ,wu w nuu Mrwi. iineni. in pariuersuip druggists sell them it for he hud a sad kind o'look in his Collingsworth. .Mr. it art to run iu opposition with i. Sleep much, retiring before eyes like he wuz sorry about s'mthin. Mrs. Yocum and daughter attended to Mr. Richardson. Tho latter was excited over tho matter, but there was nine, adding n nap in the middle of Then he commenced to say tho cere- me association last week. Never forget that good Link Roark and John Medlock nothing more serious thau somo the day. mony, '"If anyone has any jections rough talk botweeu them ventilation during the hours of sleep to this match let 'em say so now or passed through hero with a nice lot of cattle. The Mormons recently delivered a is vital in etery caseof diseased lungs. heararter forever hold his peace." The Association began at Birch sermon at Fairview. We learn they I. Eat for breakfast and dinner, Bud retched for his licenso and I Lick Sept. 12 with a largo crowd in are roughly treated by mobs in all oatmeal, cracked wheat, beef, mutton, parts of the southern states. hearin him give a long low whisper attendance. Miss Mattie Johuston visited her plain bread, potatoes and other vegeand say "Wnl Sis, dogbite me if that D. M. liawlingo and wife passed L'so no don't Bottle it shore and sartiu". through here last week enroute to sister Mrs. Belle Baker at Bcrea this tables, except tomatoes. week. pastry or other trash. Eat no supper. Como to find out ho had loft his Owsley county. 0. Cultivate jovial people. LaughThe convention held at McKee last license to hum in his tothcr coat week for the ter is the most precious of nil possible forgittin to take em out when he resulted in nomination of a senator, Spradllng a fight on which Win. Vnl Clark and Sorman Led ford changed his rig for the weddin. Robert Cram's daughter Francis is exercises for chronic loug Buffering on ono there were some fun and stir I tell ye; side and Geo. and John Hays and very low with fever. B. P. Thomas of Maytown is re Mr. some wer fer puttin it oil"; soma wuz several others on tho other. moving his store to this fer gittin new license to town it bein Clurk received four wounds but not ho building a house. place whoro severe, one is Ilnyss was shot closer. I felt liko I dunno what. I with a pistol of the shot gun. Several and u George Brown, a former student of looked at tho magistrit ami I seed shots fired but no one killed. Tho Berea, who has beeu very low with that sad look had cleau gone and he parties are recovering. fever, is convalescent. aigged ou Bud to go for his liceuse Misses Belle and Peurlia Fulks Tynor. and he did. Arter Bud left the magisRain is needed very badly in this mudo a short visit to Mrs. John Phillips, Sept. nth. trit setl as how ho would try to cher part of the county. Rev. J. W. Doane will preach ut in my sad disappintment, B. Combs left here last Suudiir S. me a little McCnnsy, Menifee county, Sept. 10 but he soon found out that I wa'mt or Sinking Valley where ho is teach- - uud If. atakin of it to heart bad, I cinn'f i"g School. Willie Tutt, who shot John Napier Daniel Moore, who has been very know how it is but I beliovo when low for the past fow weeks, is oil his the fourth Sunday in Aug., was put under u $T00 bond for appearance at two hearts git tied up in true lovo feet again. tho September term of court which thar aint no power ou earth as kin Frank McDowell and Tom Mooro begins the third Monday. keep em apart. Wul we Bantered off left hero Tuosday for Breathitt whoro Wolf county court day is the first to the giardin to look at tho blossoms they are drilling wells Monday iu each month. W. R. Reynolds was married last and I do rally beliovo every bird in thounyvarso was a singin in them Thursday to Miss Murr Jones. It MCpt tW LJ Wa,t" rosy bushes, I never keen! such music Wallacoton A. Wallace is vivitiug relatives "7 "V afore Finally we concluded to take , L. , BOW flt hh homo iRar in J. Jessamine Co. a little ride to pass off the timo till Bud horo and is attending school at Tynor ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEHEA COLLEGE HAS it BUILDINGS E. W. Buker attended conference got back with tho licenso. Tho horses j after makiug his homo in Breathitt ' at Newport last week. for o I'UHt J'1''"- A CIIA.NCK Ftllt had been saddled fur mo mid Bud to FOUNDKII KVKKV1IOIIV Rev. Ames of Berea preached at I HAS ride to tho infair, but when we got Wallace Chnpel ou Sunday, Sept. . Clay Over 20 teachers, 700 students (from liO states.) Best Library In Keiitiiekj. No Saloons. started we rodo right on across the G. A. Ballard shipped a car load of Bright Shado line into old Virginity nbout five cattle lust Thursday. Fanners aro busy saving foddor. miles mid were married aforo Bud James Wallace ami family started For those NOT sulllclcnt ly advanced to get a toucher's certificate: Henry Maiming is logging on Hed for Mt. Vernon Saturday, to visit relgot back with tho liceuse. I. Trade Schools : Carjientry, Housework, Printing two years. Binl. atives. Now sister Nancy sho nllers had II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal uud the advanced courses. C. Hex ford Raymond was hero last J. S. Cudo ami wife will start SatFor those Miillcleiitly advanced to got a toucher's certllleato : thot a sight well o'Bud mid ho nater-week. I II . Farming aud Agriculture, gardening, stock. raising, forestry, urday for Jessamine county to visit years. ally look up to her and idler took her IV. Domestic Science -- Sewing, Cooking, etc. two years. Willie Teaguo died of fever, n short relatives. vice on matters in ginernl. So it bein V. timo ago. Normal Course for teachers throe years, with practice teaching. J, W. Baker, who has been sick for late when Bud got buck arter stoppiu VI. Academy Course fourjears, fittiug for College, for busluess, and for life. W ater has been scarce during tho some weeks, is improving. at tho grocery and foolin along not a dry weather. For those more advanced : VII. College Courses Clussicol, Philosophical, uud Litenirv. Mrs. E. W. Baker and family and : i Mnuii, Atlllinet -DeimrliiifWitM' -j VIII. ........v If.uwl fir...... p,n,l iiiiivi, , --dreamed that Ins bird had Hew, and IMIIU. AlllHjrV. Mv.il wikinii umuiui Rutler Smith is sick. Elizu Jack-Pa- p Mrs. T. S. Ballard visited Mrs. J. L. IX. Berea Ooiiernl Hosjntnl Two yours' course iu tho care of the sick. Wylio lust week and enjoyed the tluy. beiu orful deef, Bud mudo him sou is low with consumption, Bereu places the host education iu reach of all. It is not u inonov-muktii- i' Rev. Jos. Mills was suddenly tuketi Tho school ut Wullucototi taught think it was his oldest darter Nancy liiNlihiltm, iiu i.,ut-..i:- .. i.. by Pattie Todd is progressing nicely. free gift. It uinw to help those who value education and will help themselves, and charges u small incidontul foe a fow duys later. he was arter all tho time, ami ho ou siuk Bm' keeps to moot expenses of tho fchool npart from instruction. Student must also pay for thoir board. Expensed for term school. It is , Friday night mo and tho magistrit . D.r; Gl'0' f; Lucas visited schools good her second is loved She . ... l. , .1.4 . '.!!.. .1 order and by all her flit .. no I . iz wih'kiij iiiujr 1... iirowKni wiuiiii Cl.i, unoui nun oi wiiicu iiiusi no paid in udvance. got back to meetin in time to see Bud '".l",a mLl ul l,lu C0U,,V ' "'"rbiiuy. pupils. ho school is endorsed by Bajitists, Congregationalists, Diseijiles, Methodists, Presbyterians, and irood neonloof Revs. Cottoiigin and Smnllwood nil ilitiiniiiiiintinn.S. . - - - invfitrtmititux ... fl.,,,,11,, ,,,l..r i. and Nance tied up and Pap's old conducted th r ibcj ... .... , - . ....... A number of ladies of this place . ..i.i.f , w.o in... i rflfitrfif , preaching services on Mill preacher took his text u lookiu right Creek, Sunday, OHO. T. FAIICOIIILI), hh. I)., lJerea, MnUlson Co., Ky. culled on old Grandma Cudo Friday at me and tho squire. Ho that holds Emmet Ellis aud Miss Ami Roark uftornooii, Sept. 1, it being her Slst out sateful to the eend will be lost at wore married at the mouth of Bear birthday, and presented her with a number of iiice presents. Gratidmu Crook, ou Friday Sept. 1, TODAY- last." Duffy'Dowii'Dilly. 13 said, "1 didn't know I had so many Mut. Smith, the constable, took a good friends." Qwttey County, YOU TO TO the Iwys and gals along fer wniters. I was riletl and stubbarn cas Pan was tleef ns n jKjst and tlidn't understand the nrrnnirenients nnd had o irnuo oir i, to work and told mo to wait fer the preacher. I was in the kitchen pceliu taters far dinner and looked out and seed them iicoinin, by gosh! How mad I was, but, cotch a sight of the mngistrit and I allowed thnt I could look as purty as they could sassy, and fo I concluded to get ready. Now I nllers had thought that tho 'Siuiro" was a handsomer feller than Bud. Ho wns jist head ami shoulders f i ScS'sLrt SiSfton. that blooms, nml the bird thnt sings; Hut dark wero the world, ami Mid our lot, If tho Dowers should fail nnd tho sun shine not; And God, who studies each separate Oglo soul, Mr. Ed. Frederick of this plnco is Out of his commonplaco live makes his Im nut if til whole. building a new house. The Cotlayrr. Corn crops are not very good owOno of the most dreaded enemies ing to the dry weather. of the home is coiisiimtitimi. tlmf Mr. Powers of Knox Co. spoke nt disease which swoops down upon tho the mouth of OtterCrcek and nl Mini - oftimes most cherished member or I found some years ,h" '"'"'''old. Chester on Moudnv. " ,ngonsliort artielonlwut nhometn'at- Mr. Geo. Lucns of Burniiigfepriiigs uient foreonsiiinption and Miovo it is visiting the schools of this county might be found bencficinl to some of instead of thoeountv simerintendent. the readers of The Citizen or their ueighl)orH. Cut Dr. W. F. Phillips who is unable to! save the clipping, it out ns I did nnd you mav sometime rido about. We think Mr. Lucas ,s need its good advice. 11 very competent for tho work. Consumption. j Consumption is not n tliseasc of t tho lungs, but ono of tho system, London If you Dnvid Wells, who has been in tho showing itself in tho lungs. S. service for 8 years, returned full,) comprehend this, you ant n'ady homo last week direct v from the for the common sense treatment, hilipp'i,'.8. Avoid all thnt local treatment by is engaged in inhalation, nil the panaceas, including 1,,,'shi."" ti'j,,,',,,,. at this place r oil (fashionable unfortunatl v lost his lu)rso Inst week. w hiskoy nnd ,0',,nv, ''M'lotl' his 1,ire, ll",u lo,ti"? ,,iln ruu ann-- r' employ About 10 ,of the Plulpots from Clav those .natural . methods nbout which . . v inroiign nere nisi wecKi on wise doctors have never ililfert'd. I'ittsburg well armed . Walk, in all kinds of weather. j Laurel County. cod-live- S8 : 'l7 Ss'L'sj;:: x?szzs Ill . : lt Ki luVaC ir5' Jackson County. I to Wolfe County. hut some, I think, forget the grand makes a heavy sKiutaneous growth The work each tiny on Ileitis from whieh wheat, tmts, com, opportunity. seems a rriiiif, a pieco of hnrtltlrtidg-- 1 or other early crojvs hnvu bum liar-erami wo close tho door at night routed and on 'gtiod soils will vield two tons jHr acre of hay, whioh, if with n slgl What an some of tho teacher's cut lief ore it is too ris, Is npml in wenpous against discouragement f value to timothy. In order to secure, First, think, Is miHtntm rain; that hay of the beet iiiallty it is cssonfinl very uncommon thing by which we that it be cut as soon ns It Is fully look nt and things from some grown. On laud which was plowed jollier stnud siiut than that of our in February, mid on which no other own personal interest. And how crop was grown, wo have out four much of life isspolhsl by little envies, crops of nlout one ton each per aero nnd jealousies. SoiiioIkmIv has slighted j in n single season. As it makes its ins! Some look or word is interpreted lest growth Into in the fall, and as to mean more bv far than was intend - the hay made from it costs nothitu 'ttl. When we eultlvHte the habit t)f but the harvesting, it is vnluisl highsimply doing our work with honesty ly. It makes its lnst growth on tho and singleness of purHo we shall sandy pine lauds along tho Gulf coast, w here it furnishes three fourths have less trouble. It will of the hay, and whero many of tlm Imagination. Stroud. help us to put ourselves into others' planters say they wish for no better places and when mixed with love, be liny gniss, ns this is good lit ipmlity, comes syuipnthy, ono of the finest iuexM)iisie, mid a sure crop. Moxl- Iovtr is usually found on tin eleimints of human ehnrncter, for It ' blesses him that gives uud him thnt samo lauds, nml as it is aUo a volunteer crop, grow ing nt tho same timo takes." ernb groin, it adds largely to tho Thin). It in so with Knthiihinsin. yield, nnd is claimed by mauy much easier to tlo a thing when wo pin liters to improve tho quality of put our whole into it than when tho hay. . we do it in it half nml half way. If (Via, or Jitmii clovtr school doesn't seem to be "movyour ing" ns you would liko to see it, )tttxa Atria(a). This plant which think of some new, fresh plan, some cmno to this country from Japan, was needed improvement nnd thou o to first noticed in South Carolina, but Ims now liecotno naturalized as far work to carry it out. Nothing carries wi-- tt ns Texns nml north to the Ohfo or Is'lore, it ns does vig- tilings with, ' Ulu'.r ,l is n'"""'1 wliloli -, orouenergetic spirit the lire of en utes itself without care, nml will innke thiisinsm .which s'mll burn tip the a dHlnosof discouragement in your estfair growth on the iioorest mid driflay IiiIIk. It starts rather late iu own heart .s well. the spring, making little show Ijeforw Fourth. Ottler. Not the dry rouJune! but from thnt time on it grows but the tine of some school-roomrapidly, uud is eaten grtssllly by nil juiet, spirited ryttem that must be kinds of stock until! killed by frost. understood and plnuiifd for by tho Ou sterile soils its growth is Hot ami iu by every teacher, uud spreading, and it is only fit for pastchild if the Ust work is to Iki nccom-ure; but where the soil is of good plishetl. Ono practical thing, denr! fluidity it will grow from It) to .'10 teacher, hi nut let any recitation inches high and yields '2 tons jut 1k interrupted by pupils running to acre of hay which is fully tsjunl in the teacher to ask words, or help or vnluo to the host clover, mid is tho IK'rmission of any kind unlets in case most profitable hay which can be of sickness or accident. Tho recitn grown on thin soils for feeding to tiou hour should Isj mcrrtl to the ;if-n- 7 milch cows nnd fattening minimis. m the chit. This is not only one of the best hay Fifth. Cheerfulness and the habit and pasture plants, but it Is ono of of looking ou tho bright side of all tho best for fertilizing jiurjxwes, as it things. send its roots deep intp tho ground, "Suppose tho world don't please you and will grow ou soils too Iwrren for tho growth of other legumes. Liko Nor the way some people do, most other plautn lielouging to tho Do you think that all creation same family, it does best on a lime Will Iki altered just for yout soil, but it will tlo well on tho red And isu't it, my boy or girl, clav hills where ml clover and Tho wisest, bravest plan, melilotus fail. It has not succeeded well on tho sandy soils of tho jilno Whatever comes or doesn't como woods region. Seeds should lie sown To do tho best you emit" nt tho rate of a half bushel er aero, Teach this stanza to your children with oats in tho fall, or by itself early iu tho spring. and live the spirit of it yournlf. Furmtrt' lUiUrlin A'o. 1H. y 1 e In-a- - s i I Cm Madison County. County. BEREA COLLEGE etc,--tw- 1 o -- ir.i a-- I , X it.i.i..i ll FALL TERM BEGINS OUGHT WINTER TERM, DEC PLAN BE HERE.