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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 20, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899092001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 20, 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, 1000, The Citizen Deroted lo (be Interests of the Home, School, and AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Tear Fan. VOL. I. HKKKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 18i0. NO. 14. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, BEREA Hlanlrr PERSONALS. Olwrlln Hatunlar Pmt tnl tti J Until Forte Notice UAYMOND II. EMKItEE. i! Our community was irrnntlv nlirwlr. it m od nnd nuddened last Tuesday evening K1HTOH anil MANAOKIL THE CITIZEN ny news ot uto tieain oi our lollow tnt liibliihH ! the otn nt student Ray Embree. Details were may get also w meaner at first, but each sucTIIK OITIZHN, Herew, Ky. ceeding day brought moro nows until The Toledo Blade or tho laxly came Saturday. Tho facts, Mml at the futlDffln nt AVrm, AY, at t as far as can bo learned, nro us folTbe Looisville Commercial maflinatltr. lows : About one year ago Ray went to Wyoming to work on a sheep-renc- h For 50c a Year. Iwlonging to his brothers-in-law- , Messrs. liathbtm and Miles, in Style, All for $1 00 a year. OUR PLATFORM. hopo that his health would bo improved by the change of lifo and KTo This paper aims to bring A few days before tho acMiss RICHMOND, KY. WEST MAIN STREET. 207 cident ho started to Omaha with a the best reading to every firetraiuload of sheep to sell. Several side. Reading is a great thine, Gome Once men wore with him to help cam for but it makes a big difference tho sheep until sold. When at Papil-lioAll subscriptions must come ten miles from Omaha, tho train what you read. through The Citizen. was Jiut on the siding to wait for Irltiidtand rrlallrca Citizen brings, first of somothing, but tho craw did not know Harold W. I), Kmbrrc The retult of ood tcork and reasonable prices is that toe all, the news not every talc leare nut Hunting: andNew Haven, rutin., where what. Tho day lieforo Ray had been Morula)- for now have customers in all parts of the State in Omaha and had sold threo loads of of crime or horror, but the im- tha will cntar Vale fuller,!!)-- . K13SOLUTION8. When you Kant sheep, and was only waiting to go tnurhllitrvn returnportant news the news from edMra. Hubert ltol.in.oii and after a Whrreas, Death has removed from into tho city to sell tho rest. About tuWIneheater Saturday, leaat vlalt Washington and the State litre with T. A. ItoMiiaon ami family. Ray- Bix o'clock last Tuesday morning ho us our friend and in stepped out of tho caboose and went capital, from our soldiers in I). C. Alrarn of llrlp Ituck, Jakm County, mond B. Embree, and Mr. Embree was for sev- to inspect tho sheep. Tho siding was IjcI us knoic ami ire will send you designs and prices Whereat, family bcre Irmn that place far off islands, from our neigheral years a member of Phi Delta located very near n sharp curve, and order ui bors everywhere. For the inTlie KweraHare bla children liere In aihool. to U Literary Society, and was always loy- while Ray was about the center of a Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Iwjra were unfortunate young folks we have a story mi a alow train anil mi ilM not make rouneetloua al and active in his support of tho so- car, suddenly tho fast mail dashed and a Bible lesson; for house- In lime to come to Ilerva Turlajr but arrlted ciety; be it That Phi Delta has lost around the curve. Itat was behind ... ... Wednesday. time and was running lletokeil, high speed wives, a few new ideas each K. M. Ifcwand Hlfe are enjoying a vlalt from ouo of her most faithful and respected in order to make it up. The rest of first-clas- s. week which should lighten Mr. ! rmrtlifi. Ml. Ann Doe. ami bla al.ter, members, one whoso memory we shall the story is not very clear, but it is At prices to suit the times. Material and work f Mlaa Mary lUrnwrll, 8. C. Tlirjr will always cherish, and be it further supposed that Ray tried to jump their labors; for the farmer wnd the winter here. Jlttolved, that tlie society extends across the track in front of the train, Ky. HARWOOD, some valuable hints which It. W. Xeely, of CMrairo. brother of John V, to tho bereaved family its sincere fearing to remain where he was on Neely, an well known here, fntne In with tlie sympathy in their afliiction. account of the very narrow space will help him to make more iruralon Uat week anil iiirtit a few ilaja Tltlt Httoli'fd, that a eopy of these res- between tho tracks, and because of tho from his land and cattle. A. P. SETTLE, It .Saihrllle. olutions be sent to the family, that tremendous auction which a fast train inrnta mother Ilia We propose to get the best Tenn , where hcexiH-tl- tcienlerMtio.il Ihli win- they bo spread upon the society rec produces. Tho engineer knew ho hail ter. Attorney and Notary Public, ideas that can be found on all Tutor C lletfonl Kayroond left for Olwrlln ords, and that they bo published in killed someone so backed his train to tho station and telcgraph'ed to headThe Citizen. Bcrea, Kentucky. such practical and important Mtmday. Mr. Ilaymond pent tb lummer In quarters, at tho same time inquiring E. A. Ciiapin. College extentlon kanrr of In the matters and pass them around mountain, theao.l ha. ipviil nearlywork aumtner of the meu on the freight. They Main Street, In Masonic Did?, arwtaln. II. C. Tinslet. Offlot on all M. K. Pasco Com. hurried back, and fouud he had been among our readers. The re- thir. lie imwentera utain hla lat leaf In the Theological feejnloary. instautly killed. To strengthen the sources of Bcrea College are Yon Want GOOD GLASSES you theory that he tried to jump the DIacsts L1TBKAHY SOCIETIES. not for its students alone. The iracu, u was iotiua mat be was Itartlflclallydlgeststhefood and aids! The literary societios for meu met thrown to the side opposite the Nature In strengthening and recon. bEREA LOCALS. editor of this paper can at any strutting the exhausted digestive or-- 1 as usual last Friday night in their re stock-train- . time step into the largest ColNo quorum was present at the spective rooms. His relatives in Salt Lake City were gans. It is the latest discovered digest j lege library in the State, and Town Board meeting last Thursday Phi Delta met in Phi Delta Hall informed, and Mr. Rathbun. his ant and tonic. Ko other preparation,-' Inefficiency. Racer in tho chair. sister, started Tuesday nioht to nt can approach It in permanently It he has engaged several of the night, no it was adjourned to Satur- with Vico-Precures Officers were elected as follows: Pres., lenu me oouy nere. ine oilier sistor. Btantly relieves and most distinguished instructors day night. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, W. A. Battle; Mrs. Ida Miles, desired verv much to Flatulence. Sour Stomach. Nausea.' J. M. Racer; in the College to take charge A man from Paint Lick was in Cor. Sec, E. A. Chapin; Roc. Sec.. E. come also, but tho illness of her baby 8lclcHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and 12iM,MAl ALL, a.l flil I of special departments in the town Saturday with a madstone which R. Embree: Treas., A. E. BeattyjS.nt iJievemeu u. jirs. nawiuun arnveu l allnMiarraeul'aof ImnorfortrllirPBrfnn. I TV .rnTT . a Prtpartd by E. C. DaWItt A Co, Chicago. Glanea that are not properly adjusted to your A., M. K. Pasco: Member of Literary saiuraay anu ine luueral services paper. Those who arc visited 11. O. Ktchardsou had been testing, ana know are trn outhtactually danrerous. notI attempt It, ;ui were held m the Chapel, Sunday, at uoan.1, J. J. unapin. 8. E. WELCH, Jit. to you to know It. I will by The Citizen will know It was successful. Several visitors were present and 3 P. M. The sermon was delivered by l?!aea to your eyea until I know what needed. Eyea examined free. Rev. II. J. Derthick. with remarks by what is going on in the world A few subscriber complain that the enthusiasm was good. LEWIS A. DAVIS, A Nice line of Novelties in Alpha Zeta met in No. 17, and elect- Bro. Fee, Pres. Frost, Harold HuntEvery week it will tell them they do not receive their patxr regu ed as officers: Pres W. II. Hum- ing, and Will D. Candoo. JEWELRY. Medicine lurly. Postmasters should b careful phrey; something worth knowing. F. Ewere; Rec. Sec., The floral decorations were many T.A.ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. KZy. with papers us well as lettors. W. B. Beatty;Cor.Sec., P. F.Shrock; and very beautiful, some of the The Citizen is pledged tone coming from Yellowstone J. E.' party. It is every man s friend. One night last week oue of Hazel Treaa., R. E. Paddock; Critic.Chons- - flowers friends, where Kay Ofiiie at Residence. ark M. hito; Ewers; S. at A., been stands for the things which wood's cows tried to jump over a pick ter, O. II Palmer;C.Board of Directors, just before starting East. hadEvery- It et fence at E. P. Fairchild's, caught W. A. Hubbard. R. S. Beard, J. M one aeemeu anxious to show tne resbenefit all pect and love with which Ray was thrift, kindness, enterprise, one of her hind legs and broke her Combs. HANSON & PASCO'S. Beta Kappa mat in No. IS, and regarded here, for he was universally neck. and education. And wc ask ., beloved. olected. Pres., E. B. Chauey: The following sketch of his lifo was all who believe in these things C. D. Davis; Rec. Sec., Robert i. u.ioyie is making (tune a race y for County Judge in Jackson county. Short; Cor. Sec., L. W. Boatty ; Treaa., read at his funeral by Rev. Derthick. t r to suoscnuc ior citizen. With his umber business, his politi Stanley Van Winkle; S. at A., O. R. Raymond Burritt Lmbreo was born cal affairs, and pushing the Berea McNutt; Member of Literary Board, iu White Cloud, Kansas, September We are prepared to do all kinds rair, ins bands are lull. His earlv years were spent of Job printing at very cheap rates. C. A. Borger. A New Poem with an Old H. C JASPER, M. D. Great enthusiasm was shown here in the West. At tbe age of thirteen Here are a few sample prices: Bryson and Iiichardson of Vallev Subject. he came to Berea for a brief time. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Viow. have purchased a sawmill of It. and nine members were voted in. envelopes . $i 25 Tav AQAIM. Then the family removing to Penn- 500 White L. Todd. They will finish sawing Office In Prtthtr Building, Richmond, Ky. . 1. 00 Note FOKMEIt STUDENTS. sylvania, his stay there waa only un- 500 Ruled Letter-head-Heads . If at nril rou Jo aueraeil, Itobinsou and Kidd'a lumber and Teltpaoee 103 4c 109 1 s 25 the death of his father in the 500 Ruled move the null down on the Kentucky Trr aaln I Will Klein goes to Center College til after ninety-one- . s I 50 lines . la more than Jiut one ilcc4; 13 fall of Ufe The rest of his 500 River, at the mouth of Paint Lick again. 1 Trr lifo waa spent in Berea until he went 500 Regular Statements . 50 Creek. Nerer atop with what jtou'tc done. . Harley Racer is attending High to Wyoming a year ago. Hand bills . 100 E. B. McCOY, 500 6x9 More rtmalni than rou have won, At the close of prayer meeting on At the age of thirteen he made 500 1 . " 50 Full run lent'a rouchiafe.1 to none; Wednesday night, the Bsrea Church School at Hamilton, O. profession of faith in the Lord Jesus 500 Business Cards . 1 25 . Trr afaln I voted to grant licence to preach to Higham and Toah are attending and united with the church here. 11V vill prrpny the pntAaQt on any ov 0 thf abort II. R. Edgooomb, who expects to do Moody's School at Mt. Hermon, Masa. On leaving Berea year ago he had order for 50 emit tztra, or m the mail hand Intlt or If earned a bit of fame. work in the mountains this fall, and Try ajalnl completed the aophmore year of his tnulteu mrdt, Vi rente lira. Or dart mutt be paid r and pay O. W, Pow is to F. E. Matheny, who la working Peek a atlll more honored name, college course. Throughout his colH'rie Me Copt 'BX J pMWv. master for a firm of contractors work lege life he was a strong factor in the for In adranct. mining camps in Wyoming. Trr again. Mail orders carefully attended to. CENTER . Hit not down with folded haaji. athletic department of tlie school and Last Thursday Richard Boulware. ing at Adaips, Mass., at present. Cramp not hope wltb narrow bauda: STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, as nsfliguee of Win. Adams, sold at Miss Esther F. Dodge, ex '97, has a member of Phi Delta liteary society TblTik what proweu life demand! ! Berea, Kentucky. ART GALLERY public outcry, two parcels of land received a call to teach in the seventh and of the Y. M. C. A. Trr again. In a recent letter to his mother ho about three miles north of Berea. C. I. 0QQ, Proprietor. If rou've won on lower plane. One piece of 68 acres went to J. M. grade of the public schools at Akron, expresses himself thus: "Thev are simnlv perfect" writes Try ajtalu I Ohio. "Well, mother, I am rjuito well in Nothing Bat The Pbotos. liartatSls per acre: tun other. b'J Rob't Moore, of La favette, Ind of Ufe la mora than one campaign; acres went to Mra. T. A. Ovorloy, at Of last year's graduating class, body md I think iu spirit, too. You DeWitfs Little Early Uisers, the "faTry again, Best Finish at the Lowest Prices; know I never was much of talkocou $13. tvnd jour guidon to the tore. Hunting nnd Embree go to Yale, this subject and never laida auy claim mous little pills" for constipation and Htrlre to aalxe one atandard more, Never gripe. C. M. Rawliiurs recently returned Neely and Miller go to Ann Arbor, to especial goodness, but I feel tho all liver ailmonts. S. E. Welch, Jr. mill utigalnvd are palm, galore, from Owsley countr where he has and Fay to Champaign, 111. beauty of Christianity more out hero Try again ' DENTAL SUliOERY. Iwo u inspecting coal and iron lands. than I ever did iu Berea. Berea Fair is this week Friday Joseph Dodge, a student in 1895, you know that most of the Of course, He reports that the county has unlimA. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. men hero ited resources that are reallv undevel ' last yoar in teaching, are not believers iu, or nt least, not and Saturday. Smith Iluildimj, Main Street, IDEAS. resourcos anil that a fow years but has passod the civil service ex- followers of God, but I think you oped E. E. Turner, Com nton, Mo., was Richmond, Ky. will find that section of tho mounneed have no fear for me iu A child in better uttliorn than way, cured of pils by DeWitt's Witch Hatains furnishing it lino nualitv of coal amination at Alexandria, Va., at tho for among such men ouo canthat more zel Salve after suffering seventeen Telephone, ltealilenea. No 0, OBIce, No AO. see eutor the and iron. Mr. Rawliuga is uulto en head of the list, and may plaiuly how much more there is for h years, nnd trying over twenty remeAn iusitiuution is often worse than thusiastic over tho matter and nro- - government employ. Christian to live for. I don't menu to dies. Physicians and Surgeons en- dicts a k'reat future for that section b lie. Miss Roso Kemp, a Beroa studont, say that I think this lifo is an ideal dorse it. Beware of daugerous connwhen tho railroad is built. S. E. Welch, Jr. terfeits. who is teaching nt Leadfortl, Ky., is one for a Christian to live, but I think i DoHprne uo limit because of things The Toledo Bludo is one of tho tho first colored person to obtain i there is no immediato dantrer in it if There has boeu some sickuoss here UKAI.EH IN AMATEUR SUrFLItdi which hn cannot hflp. nut linn tilt riirltt iirinpmlfi4 " motit widely read papers of the day. Ray is just twenty-twyears old recently, as a result of tho chauges of Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. work totlity may tuako work it nus nun a surprising career lor first class certificate iu Harlan Coun-- j Hard temperature. more than thirty years. It is com- ty, and is winning the coufidouce audi today, (Sunday), Views about Jierea a sjecialty. easier tomorrow. monly remarked. "M v father took the esteem of all her pupils. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers permaChu jou do u bettor thing titan Blade," and it is more nearly a houseK. H. Woodford, '95, has become1 ar Chester II. Brown,rxof Kalamazoo, nently cure chronic eoustination. ' hil , . " .1. to Hubserifw for The Citizen, ami get hold paper than perhaps uuy other. l n jiieii., says, uyspe(.sia v. ure lousnoss, nervousness, ami woruout your ueigh!or to Hiibscribe? Louisville commercial ueais a fixture as head of tho Industrial cured me of a severe case of indi- - findimr: cleanse and reirulato the eu inu vr rv fullv with Kenttiokv ilnini'n nml School at Manassas, Va. The school gestiou; can strongly recommend it svs'tem. rT never during the present eainpnlk'n will be has a now boys' building ready for, to all dyspeptics." Digests what you tire or sickenSmall. easant, nills." IDentaJL A Chance for You. "famous littlo urine of more interest than over. OJlce Hours, S to li A . M. S. E. Welch, Jr. occupancy tins fall. Tho teaching i w,t wituoiit aid from the stomach, boo our combination nliYr with ttU(1 uur0!i ,JP8P4,n- - S- - E- - WolcMr. I tot I', M, National Bank Building Bereu College begins with the these iiapors. Semi money through force cousists of four istrucforaauda Richmond Military Baud has been Richmond, Ky. largest uttumlanco known in a full The ,faiu Monday night was very matrou, aud tho outlook for the instiCitizen oilico. engaged to play at the Fair. term, There is still u chance, how. tutiou is bright. Mr. Woodford has ccptable, for we needed it badly. There's always ho ever for sovernl young men and Ouo Miuute Cough imi while there's just sent in his subscription for the DCSICHf For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scten Cure. "An at TRaK.aURKS women to got work for u pttrt of their tack oi pneumonia lelt my lungs in The Citizen. AM) CSPtltlHIS "Ooye and do likewise." skin disoases and all irritating erup- tiflu compound having the endone-men- t OillAMlB tions, nothing so soothing aud healof eminent physicians aud tho expenses. All the woik will probab- nuu snane uuu l was uoar tlie llrsl "Boat on the market for coughs aud ing as DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. medical press. It "digests what you ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY I" ly be tukeu for the winter. Pick up stageHof consumption. One Minuto Emma Holies, Matrou Etigle-wooeat" and positlvoly curea dysjpsia, Book "How to obtain 1'aUnU" a littU mouoy and come now and you Cough cure completely cured me." colds aud all bronchial troubled; for Mrs. Nursery, Chicago, says of it: M.A. Ronton, Bloomiugdale, Teuu., Oharat modtraU. NofaaUllpaUollaaacond. writes Heleu McIIenry, Bismark, N. croup it has no equal," writes Henry Lattara atrtctly confldanuaL Addraa. will gut a place to oarn something. D. Gives instant reliof. R. Whitford, S. Cauaau. Ct., of One "When all else fails Tu healing our says it cured him of indigestion ot t. 0. WmttS, T&M Lawar. WaatWfe. C. Don't miss it. S.E.Welcb, Jr. Minute Cough Cure. S. E. Welch, Jr. babies, it will cure." S. E. Welch, Jr ten years' standing. S. E. Welch, Jr. arroaif-rhu- Mr. Muift Imi mine I (thill) liatk again nun IVtittnnlca, Mra. T. A. IlhltiMii mid Mm. Jamea llnwlilt Sunday at HitfToM Can,.. A.K. aii.tlMI. Ilrrannr ( Valley View. here Thiirwlajraml t'rldarof lat mtk. tttxln 8, Kit. CMraahiirx, lul , rUHrd hla rrl Tliumlajr until Monitaj- Mlaa Kllrn llulnrr ami Mra. .Unnl.l. i.f Conna) , wtro lipHatnMar liacln mirk dour Mla Mauil llankliioif I'awnii- - Cltjr, Ket., I again In Mhiiollirrr, and llrltia; with livrilitcr. Mn. Marah. i. W. Van Winkle waa fin Ilia .ronram at Hie i ttixhrn' licM lal Caturday at the Ml Oil.! Hum h Jlloxra Itiitli anl Ethrl TihM lift monilint for Otwrlln, where thcr will loth lie lu mIiwiI Ibe mining jcur. Mr. ami Mm, M, II, Alcorn of lrl Rock, ciitct to tlall Jlrrra thta week, arc the lair, ami vlalt , Suhcril)ors to DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR t I Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. Quality, and Price Guaranteed. Don't It at Trouble to Show Goods i n, The Berea Monumental Co. Anything - ritto fellow-studen- t, the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. IM-.o- pro-U- JOHN Berea, Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure cat. Vice-Pres- L a wakt I I 1 Vice-Pres- Berea, and Surgery, temperance, ihe f Vice-Pres- Job Printing Dirt Cheap GO TO 77. Bill-head- 9x12" Dentist, Berea. Kentucky. STREET time-keepe- d t. BURTON, The Photographer, o J. C. MORGAN, Surgery, PATENTS d Plltt II PI" THE CITIZEN. T. LOVE I IN LOVE. a. TASCO, Editor and Itanater. KKWTUCKY IIEIIBA, rame on Love all unaware) He sat beside a brook, And peered Into the limpid wave With rtnslve look. , MISSOURI FLOOD OF 1844. flarprlslnar C'onillllnnii nernlled by the Itecent tilling nf the Ills little bow was thrown aside, III golden arrows keen Around him made a circle bright Upon the green. Pale were his cheeks, and from hli eyes The (ears were like to rain. And round about his dimpled mouth A trace of pain. Dmoi Hirer. the llriuot river In Texas "They never think that Love would choose Himself a bride. vns without precedent for that local ity. It till puzzles the government They think forever h must give only ac meteorologists, nml thry All youths and nu'.dtns sweet. count for it by mostunusiml conditions Becoming mates, and round with Joy Their lives complete. of rainfall. The (net Is Interesting to recall that n similar surprise occurred "Alas! them mortal maids are fair; in the Missouri vnlley over half n crn I Alasl nnd woe la me: would I were a simple swain tnry ago. Am "the great Hood of 1844 In Arcady." it has a place In the local hltory. From the earliest Indian tradition to the He ended, pouting rosily. Then alt his arrows took present time that stnmla as the grcnt- - And threw them at his counterfeit I here Within the brook. est flood of the lower Missouri. had been nothing to compare with It be- Upstarting then, he ran away. fore. There has been nothing like it And said: "Now am free. And I will wed the sweetheart maid since. In the records of the govern In Arcady. mcnt weather service three data about "And t will dwell me In n cot the flood of 1844 are preserved: her 1 love "The stage reached on the present Withhoneysuckle so true.the door. scale of river mens urnirnt was 37 feet With violets blue. round And on June 20 at Kansas City, Ifi feet And she shall never know that I above the danger line. At lloonevllle Was other than a swain the rher reached 33.C feet 2',, days Whose only care was his small flelde later, which was 13.6 feet above the Of vine and grain. dinger line at that place. The flood "For her I'll clip my snowy wings was caused by the coincidence of tin' And lay them at her feet. usually heavy nml protracted rains, And say: These trophies of the chase I give thee, sweet. with what is known as the 'June rise,' 'And were they mine, and could 1 fly, the melted snows from headwaters. It for thee. I'd clip is said that almut the middle of April To dwell them. denr.thy side forever the rains began to fall in brief tdiow-er- s In Arcady.' " at nearly every other day. After a Chicago Dally Itecord. it began to rain every day. It poured down for days and weeks, almost without cessation. The river was rising quite rnpidly, but no danger was anticipated, for the oldest settler had never seen a general and desftictive overflow, and did not know that such a thing could occur. The river continue to rise, however, at the rate of 12 to 13 inches a day, until June S, when It went over Its banks, nnd tho situation became alarming. The channel was full of driftwood; occasionally Copyright, iSjt. by D. Appktoa at Co. a log house floated down, with chickens All rights reservrJ. nnd turkeys on the roof. In several instances men, women nnd children were CHAITKR II. seen on the topsof houses floatinghither ItUIN. and thither, and turned and twisted 1 started at the man's words, and my about by heavy logs nnd jams, but the people were rescued by parties in skiffs. nice and despair mar be imagined when aw that he proposed to bind me, a noble. "On June 20 the wntcr had reached any tluefl hoped to escape its highest point, and the next day be- like lumping on death, this I on a sudden. In by gan to fall, but the damage done seemed Hie guanl next to me and,the face, with all on absolute and the rum complete. Tho my force. Down he went like an ox, and I flood extended from bluff to blufT, gen- made a rush to the tent door, little doubt erally two miles. There was not an ins that I should he rut down, anil put out acre of dry land In the river bottom ol my misery. Hut they were too quirk. I from Kansas City to the mouth of t h- was one, and they were many. In a hand eritor. The rains subsided, and the rher turn 1 was tripped up, my wrists securely my back, and any further A few persons moved fastened behind fell rapidly. resistance on my part impossible. The man back to their farms in what was then whom I felled scrambled up and attempted a very sparsely settled region, nnd, al- to brain me with the butt of h:a spike aa 1 though It was Impossible to do any went down: but Ilraccio struck him sense fanning until the bitter part of July, less with the hilt of his sword, and this time It is reliably reported that enough com he lay in a huddled heap, nuict enough I besought Ilraccio to give me my parole, was raised that season for the people swearing on the faith of a gentleman, on the in man places to subsist on. "Where Kansas City now stands the honor of a Savelli, that I would not attempt escape, and would go with him quietly, if I flood was about three miles wide. In ignominy of the cord wete but free from what is now known as the packing' that bound me. the house and wholesale district, where the "Shut tho cage door, keep your bird," he Union depot stands nnd nil the switch' laughed brutally. "I have to answer for you ing grounds are located, the water was and I weigh the faith of a gentle nbout teu feet deep. The flood extend man, anu l lie honor Uod save the mark ed orer the present site of Armourdale of a Savelli. as that, he snapped his fin and Argentine, in Kansas, near the pert, "when it conies to a consideration of mouth of (he Kaw, but there were few Ilraccio Kortcbraccio's head. So your knigntbood must even go as you are, with ettlements at the junction of the Mis- my you. two of souri and the Kaw in those days. A de take loveknott on tent, Here, see after vou.charge of this Arand plorable consequence of the great flood nulf there I never thought his skull to thin was the season of sickness which folmarch! lowed and the high rate of mortality. And in this manner was I led out. two men It Is said that it was Impossible to find in front of me, two behind, one on either a well person on account of the miasma hand, all with their weapons ready, whutt resulting from the decaying animal and me provost himself brought up the rear, with his drawn vegetable matter. Chills nnd fever pre lighted torch in sword in one hand Slid a the other. Not that light vailed in their most malignant form, was needed, for the moon had risen, and followed In the winter by spinal meninwas in its full. I believe, however, that gitis, then called 'head disease,' which Uraccio held the torch, so that the additionproved very fatal. An important fact al light might the more clearly show who his connected with this flood wnB that prisoner was, and I hung down my head a, steamboats going up the river found it nun quits, sieps, we marcneu lo llio mill aa low as usual above St. Joseph, Mo. tary prison. gui vive la," the challenge rang out All the tributaries of the Missouri, In and on the state of Missouri, are believed to crisply, "trance the Instant the provost re plied: and hare overflowed 'their banks In 1844 "I'ass on," and theTremoiiiile," of flue! sentry, one very extensively, although In that early cault's arquebusiers, looked at us curiously was scarcity anything to o we went by. And now, to add to my day there damage along the Btreams In the way of shame, we met, face to face, a group of late revelers returning to the camp. personal property. St. Louis The flood of 1 few-wee1 Globe-Democr- were his red, red lips. And "Woe Is me" he sighed: Pat Expressions of Hepnrter. "The trained reporters of every large city," said an old member of the fraternity, "invariably write on certain private estimates of public personage that are sometimes curiously at variance with accepted tradition, but aro often pitilessly accurate. They aro made by men who have very few some il- "11 der briaoner drink. Would vou de- brife a boor man of bis liquor?" replied Lowenthal. and to hide mv face. I seized the skin, and raised it to my hps. Kven Uraccio held the torch away, and Von Lowenthal t. N. O. . failed to recognize me in the My Vrntllatlou. t throat was with thirst, and sick as 1 "It really is a wonder that some peo- was with shame. I drank srecdilr. and ple do not die of suffocation, een banded tho wine skin to tho German. though their rooms are large," said a "Hlitzcnl" he said, giving it a shake, "vou woman who was taking in long whiffs drink like an honest wan. Now, hcrr a health to Germany, in honest Gerr of air. "I have just been calling at a house that is well furnished, man wino. Wbatl Nol Then drink to der halter, man, Lowenthal will knight and. Inhabited by a family that seem to vou," swaying and and fro. be attempted to to hck nothing except a knowledge of diaw his sword. Tcat(JaUon, and there they nre worsa Matters wero at a crisis, for Ilraccio was than paupers. Iteally, I, don't believe not to be trilled with any longer. At this th windows in that house have been juncture. Uellegarde and the others with opened in a year. The Inmates seem to bita again intervened, and dragged Von Loweutbal away. The provost instantly thrive and grow fat and reused forwards with a hurried good nljlit. but I cannot understand it," Detroit We did not go so fast, however, as not to Free Press. cold-draw- n Times-Democrahalf-lightred-hobro-vos- t, out-doogood-nature- lusions and never mentioned except In of the craft, when they are apt to be tossed off with a nonchalance that would startle an outsider. He's a solemn old chump,' That man is totally unreliable he's told me five or six deliberate lies. 'He's crnzy for notoriety do anything to get his nuroe in print,' are a few sample summings-u- p of people who are regarded with veneration by their fellows. Ab n rule, auch comments are oh free from rancor as a proposition in geometry. They nre made in a line of business, to determine the value of a statement or the advisability of securing on. Hut Rcllegarde was merry with wine. "Not till you have drunk our health," he laughed, barring the way with his drawn rapier, aa ho added: "Loweiilhal here has skin of wino fiom the Khine and. have a pull ct it, man, and let us see the prisoner." "Ilhtrenl Dcr brisoner first, he will hang pefore der lierr hrorost." and the half. drunken Lanzknecht thrust his wine akin toward me. "Gentlemen gentlemen! have you a care I See here, Viecompte," and Uraccio whispered to Uellegarde. "My UO.il" said the latter: and then. uiuuin; caticu oui a gay voice, our respectable provost is at work I see. What have you got there. Uraccio!" I shuddered, for I recognized Belleirarde. a young noble of the Francbo Conipte, who nau come to seek glory In the Italian war. Llose up, men another of mv st raved lambs brought back to the fold, Viacom pte paruuu uio it is isie, anu i must nurry lustily: to." "Come on, Lowentball It them me to silence. I looked back at the duke, and as I did so felt that llayard had followed my glance, and that his eyes were resting on madame face. He glanced down al most as soon as 1 did and turned to me, and thete wat a grave encouragement in hia look from which I took heart. To me it wat a great thing to show I wat not at or near the court-martibegan at once. It is needle She Had Her Wmr. to set them down in full detail. 1) Kntran ramp on the 7th; and yet if I did to 1 would "I shall have to ask you for a ticket gues stated his case, IVAlegres briefly set ruin a woman a name. It had been a harm lortn tno action taken by mm, and Visconti less frolic, I swear this, as I know 1 will for that boy, mn am. and Hawk wood testified to having found come to judgment before a higher tribunal 'I guess not." their pioperty in my oscion, under the than that of man; anil yet had I spoken 'He's too old to travel free. He occu circumstances already explained. I will do there would have been but one construction. pies n whole scut, nnd the enr'a crowd them the justice to say that they did so with I luted D'Kntranguea. too. and this would cd. There nre people standing un." evident and genuine reluctance-- . Tremouille, have stmck at a vital part, iora second I "That's all right." irsitated, and looked up once more tt who had doubtless heard all this before, lis"I haven't time to argue the matter. tened patiently to the end, and then asked madame. She was pale ss death. I looked at llayard, and his glance seemed ma'am. You'll have to tiny for that me what I had to say. What could 1 say! boy." looked at the faces around mo and saw no tu penetrate my thoughts. I cannot say! sympathy. I looked up at the callcrv w here "I've never paid for bim yet, and I'm There w as a sound of a gasping sigh, and not going to begin now." the ladies sat, and caught a wlnsjer: heavy fall. The iieacock fan fluttered lI do not care I know it is false: he Is iou'vo got to begin some time. If slowly down from the gallery to tny feet, not guilty. ou haven't bad to put up fare for him lay there with its hundred eyes staring Tho words gave me courage. Tho charge and you're mighty lucky, or else you don't at mc. was false, ilien I found tongue. 1 asked era inucn traveling. This ruins you," exclaimed IVAlegres. if it were possible that I, a noble, whose llnnK again bciore "That's kll right." career had hitherto been blameless, could duke; "1 will give you you reply, said tlte time. "You'll payi for that boy, ma'am, or huve suddenly become so vile aa to sink to "I thank your excellency: but I have no i n stop the train and put him off," ommon theft! I iiointol out my Ions years further answer." 01 service, and called I) .Megrc "That's all right. You put hlra off and J Tremouille shrugged hit shoulders with a under whose banners 1 had served, lisappouited air, and dropped hit e bin be- it you think mat's the woy to get anv to wilncsk if they hail ever known me sully neen hit clasped hands, hit elbows retting thing out of me." tny honor. "You ought to know what the rules on the table, a favorite oition Cf hit. It is known, M. di Savelli, that you am H hilst ho wus thus considering, llayard waa cf this road are. ma'am. How old It hard put for money," said Tremouille. whispering earnestly to Trevulzio, and tho that boy?" I admitted the fact, and also admitted older sojdier teemed to assent, and his hard "I don't know. I never saw him be that at the time 1 stood there 1 owed money loco almost softened as he looked at me. you want a ticket for him lost at play; but that the sum did not 'hey then turned their gazo on D'Kntran- - fore. If nmount to more than SO crowns, and there gues and Trevulzio, with a shake of his head, you'd better auk that old gentleman was twice that amount due to me from the noted something briefly on a slip of paer down the aisle. He got on with him." military chest. I then went on to point out and (Mused It on to D'Alegrc. The lieuPhiladelphia Press. .oiv unlikely It was that, even if i had tenant general looked surprised; but after . llelnecn Two Tires, tolen the Jewels. 1 should liavo hoarded m ..... ...... . ...!.!...l Il Li. . uuu ill ana luru if.uiivik The young doctor and his friend, the them up and not turned them into rancy. paused the iiumivu en to the duke, saying: paper for which I allowed I waa pressed, and "I agtce." Tremouille read the paper tlow-ly- , drug clerV, were sitting at the club wound up by saying I was tho victim of a and then they conaulted together la low window, when a rlchly'drcssed lady rouspiracy, and that 1 was prepared to as tonet. passed by. scrt my honor, man to man, against I) And now, in a few brief wordt I heard my There goes the only woman I ever or any other who would take up sentence, and it was carried out at once. loved," remarked the young M. D. is cause. Uraccio himself hacked oil iny tnuts. mv iliat so "queried tho other. "Then "What say you. my lonl of llayard!" and sword was brought in and solemnly broken, why don't you marry lier?" Tremouille turned to the stianger who sat nd t was warned to leave the camp within Can't afford It," replied thodootort beside him. F.vun whilst waiting for hit u hour, ou palu of being hanged at a thief. answer, and on (he cross with anxiety as I Such property as 1 had was declared confis- "she Is my' best putleut." Chicago was, I could not help looking with the great-ca- t cate, and the men of my condotta were to Dally News. interest at the man. This then was the be enrolled, by force If neceaaary. under an Good sit Touching:. celebrated i'ierre du Tcrrail, the noblest other banuer. How I went through it all Jlifou Your friend Swatklns talks night in Christendom. Vague rumors that do not know. 1 cannot sav how I nanaed ho was to join the army of Tremouille, with down that great hall with the eyes of all with considerable feeling. a high command, had reached us. Hut we fixed on nie, a dishonored man, an outcaat Nlgton Yes: and he generally bad merely looked upon tUeui at rumors. and a leper. One thing, however, did bap- - touches bis man. Adams Freeman. towards the doorway immediately opposite to him. In a moment or o the door wa opened, and the duke entered, talking ear nestly with a cavalier of a mot gracious and distinguished presence. Tremouille himself was a small, slightly-buil- t man, of leature in no way remarkable; but redeemed in some part by the alert intclliccnce oi ins giance. in cany me lie Had met with an accident winch left him lame ever after, l et ho was a good horseman and of a con stitution that nothing could tire. As for his companion. Ins face was then strange to me; but In after times when I was admitted to his intimacy and honored with hi J friend hip, I came to know him aa great bevond all men; and this I do not say in gratitude for the debt I owe him; but simply to add my rumble testimony to that cf others, his companions in arm, and equals in station who with ono conent allow him to be the Clory of his age, and of k.iigbthood. Imme diately behind Iremoutl e came I) Alnire and Trevulzio, who had raised himself to hie present high position, and was a most cans ble soldier. These four took their seats .t the tabic, and the numerous and brilliant stail of officer who accompanied them ranged theinclves behind. From the man ner in which tho atranger took hia seat. I glthered, and I was not mistaken, that he was there as one of my judges, and for the moment I wondered who he wa. That he was of the highest rank was clear from hi aspect and bearing, and from the fact that he woro round bis neck the collar of the Holy Qhot. The proceeding of this public perceive, from the noises behind us, that the had subsided to earth, and was apparently abandoned there, with his wino by hia companion. The sound of hli skin, voire, engaged in a drunken monologue, reached us. "Der ratcal Uraccio, dcr knight of dcr honsc u lid lullcr. 1 will gif him dcr accolade. Hut we lost the real aa we hur ried on, the guard smiling In themselves, and Uraccio very In a few paces we pawed D'AleanV head quarter, and through an open window I mv half a dozen of my late companions play Ing at dice, and heard llankwood's baa calling the mains. A few steps more brought us to our point, a fortified wing of the Villa Aceoltl itself, and Ilraccio, thrusting me Into a strong room, turned the key of the door, and with a gtutl order, which I did not rutch, w.tlked nway. Now, Indeed, was I in a distressful state, and the aannr of mr mind so great, that I heeded not the pain of the cords, but paced up and down like anr caged animal. 1 fully recognized that I wa tho victim of a deeply laid plot on the part ol I) r.ntnngucs, and saw clearly that wa completely in nia nami. it wa stroke of genius on hi part not to Interfere in any way to save Ins creature, the wretched Tarbes. That hasty order of ll'Alegrca had removed the only danger of hia scheme be ing laid lure. I tried to think out some plan ot action; but to no purpose, for my mind was altogether confused and bewildered. and I nan incapable of thought. The room in which I wa confined was hare of all furniture, not even a stool. There w.i , only one window, and tint, wa high up, near the ceiling. The moon set light straggled through the grating in Ion white ribbon, and dimly showed up the walls around me. Hour after hour passed awy. I could heir the occasional barking n( dog, the distant cnes of the sentinels as they called to one another, and the sotin of the guanl lcing relieved at my door Then the moon sank and the morning came. Kiom sheer weariness I threw myself on the poor, anu loll into a troubled sleep, from which I wa amused by the cords biting into my lleh. Tin, and tho constrained lusitioh in which my arms wire held, eav me tortuie. I attempted by shouting to at tract the attention of the sentinel orcr me: but though I heard the clod tramping up unu down, I received no answer. At about noon ilraccio entered the eel He informed me that my affair was to lie dealt with by the duke in eri-oand that should mike ready to go with him. I replied I was prepared to go at once, that and without more ado was escorted to the main building of the villa. I rould see that a eon sidcrable crowd wa collected, and from the litters and riding horses that were being led to and fro. perceived that some fail ic hail heard the nmvs. and were come to cratifi their curiosity at my expense, and sec such trial as I was to undergo. 1 was led into the great hall, which wa full of peonle.and in the gallery' above the dais saw, among! other ladies, the Duchess de la Tremouille, and by her side Mmc. d'Kntrangues. The latter kept her eyes down, and fanned her- sell with a fan of peacock feathers, which, at that moment, i wa able to recognize a my gilt. Un the dai wa a table will seats set alwut it. which were a vet cmntv At the ep of the dai stood D'Kntrangiie. nnd bcsulc Inm a small man cloaked in a sad colored mantle, with a keen, cleanly-shavelace, and watchful tycs. lie held in hi hand a small packet, and surveyed mc with no lime mtcrcbt. I) hntrangues did not tricct my look, and hia hang-doface was turned And now he had come, apparently suddenly, i.nd without warning. I felt sure that be broiMlit war with him, but had no more time lo think, for he answered) "A fair offer M. d'Kntranguea can do no Icaa than ac- I" Turhcsr "Cull Tarbc." cent." Ilut Trevulzio then cut In, pointing out that Practically the case was proved. That lo allow me the ordeal by combat would npvt all the course of military discipline, under which he thought the matter should lie derided, liven if the oftlcal of battle waa allowed, and I won, it would not prove my innocence in the face of the damning evidence, against me. "If there it any shadow of doubt, your exrellenry," and D'Kntranguea advanced to the tabic, "this will clear it up. .Meaner Vieri, kindly band that packago to the duke." The man whom he addressed, who waa no ether than he whom 1 had remarked, on en tering the Justice room aa 1) hntrangnc companion, stepped forward and placed the Tremouille, who opened It tucket amidst a dead silence. "Mcsscr Vieri, how did you obtain asked Tremouille. 'The matter i simple, excellency," replie 1 the banker, "but first my I ask if madame tho duchrsa rrcoguizr the trinket!" The circlet was handed to the dncheaa, who said, in a low voice: "it it mine; It wat stolen from me a month ago on tho 7th of March." "On the 8th of March a packet waa delivered to me at my house of busine by one lurbes, railing himelf sen-an-t to the di fUvclli. He did not know the of the parcel; but it waa sent to me for fhfe keeping by hia master, so he said. I gave bim a receipt for it. I myself did not know what the nature of the packet waa un ld but hearing the charges preferred against tho cavaliere, I opened the case am! madame'a circlet, which at once I have the pleasure to restore." "How did you come to hear these charges against the Cavaliere di barelll! asked llayard. waa Informed of them by the knight, "I Mcer d hntrangues "That it to say, M. d'Kntranguea most have known that the jewelt were pledged to you. It tin not odd! It wat a straw of hoe that floated to me, and I rould scarcely breathe. D'Kntrangurs, however, replied, boldly: "1 was told of the matter by one Tarbrt, a servant to M. di Savelli." "Vou forget to add." I burst out, "tha he t a rrea lure of yours, w horn I employed on jour recommendation, IVF.ntrangucs made tio reply, and llayard said: "M. d'Kntrangue sppcar to have uturped the function of the proroat an ptaved eatchole. Could we not see thia th!r Cava-lier- e con-ten- t 1 a. Whilst the sentence waa being carried out, Tremouille tat apparently absorbed In thought. When the provost broke my aword he rose to leave the room, and at In U hntrangues the duke stopped "Monsieur," he said, "you have mistaken your vocation. Hit majesty does not desire bis olhecrs to be thief hunters, rnr tun talents aa yours you will doubtless find room havo to tell you that the elsewhere, and king my he has no further need of your services When I left the door of the Justice room I had to pass through the main courtyard, and run the gauntlet of open scorn and con tempt, bestowed upon mo by all assembled there. It wss a great thing for them, for those whom the French call canaille wo have no such appropriate word in our own tongue to tee a noble dragged In the dust and covered with infamy. And they did not spare me, taunt and jeer paed from moutl to mouth. Some even would have gone so far aa to strike at me, had not their Ulcers prevented them. I exclaimed an arque- "Ah, Croque-mor- t you should hang: but the ma tiusier, attpiied back a half pare at my look, and gaining the outer gate, I pressed on, hardly knowing whither tny step led me. I toon found out 1 was going in tho direction of Arezzo itself, and at that waa aa good aa any other place for me at present. I made no a teration in tny course; but anxious togeton aa fast a possible, quickened my pace almost to a run, until I waa tired out, and perforce compelled to go slower. Tint happened when I had entered about a mile, and waa legtnning the ascent leading to the town; and here I heard behind me th clatter ol horses' hoofs, and looking luck rty riding in my direction. I beheld turned aside, and, concealing myself he hind the stem of a locust tree, waited until the riders should pass. This they did in few moments, and I saw it was Tremouill and his stall returning to the town. Uy the side of the duclt, who was riding with her husband, was llavard, mounted on a bay r.nglish bone, WMCh he managed with In finite grace and dcltenty. Mmo. do la Tremcuille waa In tin of humors, most probably at the recovery o hrr circlet, for she ni laughing gaily aa he said something; but they went by too rapidly for me to catch the words. When I hastened from the scene of my condemnation, had ho other idea but ol death, of rather than life as it would be now to me; btit I put asideall these thoughts, for I had to lle for revenge. That would lie my first object, and until it waa achieved I would not rest. ith tbi in my mind I gained the St. Dement gate of Arezzo, ing through without notice to an CONTINCKD. raeI " Circumstances Alter Cases' In cms of scrofuU, 1 master--regret- s itsm, truptlotu, rf., the clrcumiltncci my f Alttrtd ty purifying And enriching the blooJwith Hood's Srstpt(ltjk. It is thtgrtttrtmtdy for All Ages And both stits. Be surt to gtt Hood's, biCAuse ntrvoutntst, eUrrh, sll thtvm, rhtum' (JlOodA ScVUalmida NATION'S (irtEEIINO TO DEWEY. Tho central Me underlying th grsn.t welcome lo be ilveti Admiral Dewty In Washington the first week In October Is Ills arrival at th Its national character Capital will mark hia real home-coinin- g to the American people, whtra the offlcla. ef the government will participate, ant the magnificently Jeweled aword voted hy C'oniress will te presented, To that emt s'l the arrangements will be of a simple but most ril(nln1 character The weltom te the hero of Manila at the National Ca- j- lit IUieiiln In rlresnfllrrn In WthleglM, Ik Manila Ix-- tt 1 said the duke Ilraccio came forward and explained that he had been dealt with summarily, under the order of the lieutenant general. "Mine!" said Alegrcs in astonishment, excellency, be wa the prisoner whom your excellency ordered me to bang SNAKE CHARMING. Trick of the Hindoo Fakirs In Hand llntr the Venomous in, Ilrptllr. cci last night." "A pity," remarked the duke, and Trevulzio, between whom and D'Alegrvt there wis little love, smiled. "1 suppose jou have nothing to say to this! said I remouille to me. "I was not in the camp on the 7th, "Where were you!" Ilut this question 1 could not answer, for I caught Mme. d'Kntranguea' eye imploring StTT4Z4. The exhibition nf the Hast Indian fa klrs, during which tho dendly cobra i made to "dunce" to the music of a flute, have created n populer Impression that these creatures arc cUrcuicly sensitive to the sound of nliisic. Dr. J. C. Thomp son savs that demonstrations of tbi character arc only tricks ou the pat of the clever Hindoo, and the cobra, in stead of being in nn amiable nud fas cinated condition ns it waves Its body to and fro. Is really in a fit of intense an ger. The trick is simple. Whenever the reptile Is annoyed It has the habit of elevating the forward part of the body from the ground, spreading its neck or hood nnd glaring fiercely at the object of Its anger. It is then watching for a chance tu deliver a deadly blof, observing even- - movement of the object In front of It. Jf one snores, no matter bow slightly, there Is n corresponding nervous movement of the snake. When the Hindoo opens his snake baskets the cobraa rise nuturally to their iiotltlon of attack. He commands them to dance, and at the same time begins n lively tune on the flute, swaying his body from side to side in time to the music The excited cobrns follow every motion of the supposed charmer. Theyarenot ebincing to the music, but. Intensely an gered, are seeking to revenge them selves on their captor. Tliehandlingof giant boas and pythons, as seen In.clr- cuses. Is still more simple. These huge snakes are usually lazy and sleepy, and the secret of handling them Is to avoid anything like a nervous movement. It they are taken tip gently, but without the slightest hesitation or fear, there is not the slightest danger of arousing their anger. St. Ixula Globe-Dem- o crat, SwArd Vt4 fcv One r ttal will probably oceur on Monday. Oeto. Ir althoiith the date will depend upon the lent th of lb celebration In New York, which I still unsettled. The prlvtpal features of the rerptlon In Waihtrslon, as planned by th eltlten. with lh cooperation of th President and CiNmt, will b two In number tha presentation of the sword voted hy Congress and a nlfht parade A public reception tt th will be followed by d!nnr White llou to the Admiral by Pie.ljent MeKlnUy. The sword will I presented by Heerslary Ixnr. at the eajt front of the Capitol. In th presence of Ur MeKlnley and all the members of th Cabinet, late tn th aft ernoon, while th parade, consisting of ot all kind, will be areonpa. filed by an Illumination of the city on a seal of beauty never b for witnessed la Wasblniton. Th different features of the prepara tions ar tn th bands of a central body of ettltens snd eleven committees, cm. bracing In all over a thousand people, rreparatlona for th relebratlon have t,..n for over i mon'h. Tno Iialtlmore and Ohio Ilallroad and other railroad rnletlns Washington have agreed upon cheap rales for the ceUbra. lion, and the committee expect that there will be an otitpourlrg of patriotic ellliens almost equal to the Inauguration of a rwr. t h. I "resident. 'Iiok un. lift on " it.. ,.ii. ... it.. ludjr worn by the !e young man. "Wot's asked the elevator Ikiv "II. s tt. mi du! got a u-- . umonV'-Indianap- oht Journal. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels UAnses .V's Acts gently on the the System mm mm Am tmm a as a aa OVERCOMES repass PFBMANFMTtV a. - 11.111 a. -n udi H8.TUALCbNSTIPATI0N tjspA - ,cnClAL 6U VHft GtNUIN- En" l- MArtY 06 (AUIvRNIA TG ,SYRVPS rot s'U tu Mutn estu to rtt annt. I I Desl Counh Syrup, la Urn. i whikau asMa oui muJi8r T CI Hold bidm tjllsU. THE VANDERBILT FUNERAL. QUARTERLY REVIEW. COFFEE TIPS. Ilsvr th Viral 1'laala XVtrt nrnaaat Over la This Ride at tha World. CANNIBAL IN TIIE INK. He Wa lirt ln ftartlrra at the Fir h At. no. framled lit t'enamonlas at tha tliareti. simile Man- I'uli In late raatlnaal Sunday School I.ratua for September HI, IMIlu Uolilea Teat, I'aalm II4iT. from the Sooth Sea lalanda and There Wan Chararler la Ilia Writ I as. Funeral scrr-Icr- s (Hpeclally Arranged from reloubet'a Note. werq liclil orer the remain ol KXTIJNT OF TIMIJ. I.cnvlnjf out Cornelius Vnntlcrbllt, son of Win. II. Lesson I, which I n prophecy, of an Vnn.lerlillt, wlioillett suddenly nt lili earlier period concerning the kingdom Fifth nrcnuo mansion. New VorW, of Israel, though It U nppllcnble In Krptrinhrr 14 of cerebral hctnorrhnpr, principle to the period wo hnve been Krlilajr afternoon In 8t. Ilartliolotnew't studying, tho period extends over Kplaeupal vhurclL Tha church funef about W years, from the beginning of exile, II. C. COS, to the completion of nl wa preceded by ahort exer- the C. rfedlctlon In cises nt the house, to which only the temple, II. March, SIS. member of the family and cloe friends r, rLACKH. Ilabylon, the river were admit lcL Her. Dr. I)ald II. near Ilabylon, Jerusalem. Irrcr, rector of St. Ilarlholotncw'a, PIIOI'HUTS. llosen, Jeremiah, Don-leat both aerrlce. From the Hzeklcl, Hnggnl, ccharlnh, Isnlah liouse to the church the funeral parly belong In efTect to the exile, whatIncluded Mr. Vamlrrbllt, herchlldrcn. ever tlew we tnny take of the dnte of Cornelius Olnilyt, ItcifinalJ and Mr. their authorship. Harry I'ayno Whitney; Wm. K' 6l.CUI.All WITH CONNECTION and decree Vanderhllt, brother II ISTOKY. Their contact with othei of the dead mnn; Klllot V. Shepard, iiillons made a marked Impression upMr. and Mr. W. I). Sloane and their on the Jews. The,orlentnl monarch, two children and Mr. McKay Toonf Nebuchadnezzar, Cyrus, and Dnrlnn, Hystaspes, ore well known In secular tlcy. history. At the church the casket wa In Italy tho Torqulns were reigning down tha aisle by Illhop Totter The rnpo of Lucre-tl- a and Dr. (Jrecr, the blthop reciting the nt Home by Sextus, son of Tarquln the flrt tantenco of the KpUcopal aerrlce Proud, II. C. 510, five years after the iiIiik' "I am the reiurrectloa and completion of the temple at Jerusalem, tlie We." Tht- - Mrrlees were extremely simple. led to the expulsion of the kings and the formation of the republic nt Home. A choir of (K mixed roleea. under the In Greece, the seven sages flourished direction of the church organist, Rich- al)out H. C. 590, during the siege nnd deard Henry Warren, sang the mutlc of struction of Jerusalem. the service and Chopin' funeral inarch GBNUKAIj KKVIKW. wa played a tho procession mored up THE PAST. From small beginnings IheaUle. The only floral tribute at the kingdom of Judah had been growthe church were from the member of ing to a kingdom of power In the moral the family. One ffrcat cro of rotes, world. Hut Instead of keeping In the orchid and llttca of the Talley and steady flowing stream of Clod's will for more than tlx feet tall, tood near tho them, they kept turning toward the rapids of dlsobctllenco nnd Idolatry. raalf-- L them Mr. Vanderbllt walbed with her Note how much Uod did to snvowarned from the threatened chlet on Cornelius At the cIomt of and entreated and ruin. He them encournged the church tcrrlec, the casket wa takprophets. lie sent punen to the Vanderbllt mausoleum, New-dor- by Ills ishments for sin. He gave prosStaten Island. perity that His goodness might lead them to repentance. The wreck of DID NOT TAKE PLACE. Israel was a solemn warning. Hut In all, they went on to their own MMIUin J. Itryaa Iterated la Knier Inla spite of destruction, as n boat In the raplda hasDebate tilth liner ke t'oetiraa tens over the falls of Niagara. at lb Trait Carereace. or 70 310,-anClie-bni, Kred-erlcpre-rnle- d (610-510- ). Nk.w VoriK, Sept. Ift. Iff Sept, Id -- The exciting Joint debate looked for between William .1. llryan and llourke Cocliran on trust dlil not take place Friday night CYiitrat music hall wa pirked with an eager but the people present had tc content tliciiikelvea without the oratory of the famou Ncbratkan, who, howeriT, occupied a cat on the plat form. Mr. llryan reached Central music hall early In the evening. He went direct to a room upstair where he wa (.reeled by Chairman Franklin Head, Congressman Gaines, l'.alph M. Ealey and other member of the programme committee of the civic federation con fcrence on trusts. Mr. llryan surprised the committee by declining to peak at the night let-io- n with W. llourke Cochran In acCiiicaoo. ly cordance with tho programme arranged. Mr. llryan explained I that he did not wih to let nip reason go out that ha wa to enter Into a debate with Mr. Cochran. For that reaton he ald hn would not apeak with Mr. Cochran at tho time eion. Mr. Cochran wa tent for and he and Mr. llryan dicncd the altuatlon. The committee withdrew to allow the two orator to aettle thodlapute among themselves. Mr. llryan averted that he never ald he would follow Mr. Cochran with an addre on the ame evening. If the committeemen got that Impression from the convention lie lied with them over the long distance telephone Thursday he ald thry misunderstood him. Mr. Cochran wanted to talk at the aatne with the noted Nebrakan and offered lo flip coin to determine who ahould havo the privilege of delivering the doting aMr. llryan would not accept ddre. till proposition. Mr. Cochran then agrecil to appear at any time tho committee dralred. The programme wa then changed to meet Mr. Ilrynu' withe. Mr. Ilryau said he wa nnx-ioto nddrcts the conference ami repeated that his only reaton for changing the programme wa to avoid any Indira ion of u public debate with Mr. prc--ou- THE EXILE DISCIPMNE.-Fyears the kingdom was a wreck, floating on the stream of time, with only sandy wnstca of hopelessness on every side. Hut nil this time d'od was disciplining and training them for better things. The prophets were their teachers. The people learned to linto Idols, to appreciate their religion privileges, to long fur the presence of Uod. The warnings wne cterywherc. Hopes were held out before thm. They saw the need nnd blessing of new heart te and new Urea, THE FUESH START. At the end of 70 years, when they had learned In tome mcasuro tho exile lessons, Clod's protldence mado n return olble through n change In the nations. About 50,000 exiles returned to Juden. They (lowly built up the city. They instituted religion services. They began to build the temple. Tho beginnings were very feeble and small. Amid poverty and opposition they went on till tho templo was again 'built. Prophets came to them nnd opened lslons of hope. They saw down tho ages the glory that was to come. They saw the sun rising above tho horizon, which should flood the world with glory. MONUMENTS. "Nine-tenth- s of nil the bricks brought from Mesopotamia bear the stamp of Nebuchadnezzar." Illthop Walsh. Iu the llrltlsh museum I was shown n bronze doorstep, weighing 1,500 pound, lately brought from the temple of EI Saggil, at Iloralppa, near Uabylon. On it Is an Inscription saying that It was a votive offering In commemoration of Nebuchadnezzar's recovery from sickness. This confirms the account In Daniel of his severe sickness with n nlsq has kind of Insanity. es-sl- directed attention to "a strnnge hiatus which appears In the history of Nebuchadnezzar, which coincides with the period of tha king's Insanity." There are a number of other Inscriptions by 4, Nebuchndnczzar. A cylinder discovered nt the ancient Ur mentions llelshazznr, tho son of the last king of Ilabylon. "We now posse the account given by Cyril himself, of the overthrow of Nation-tduthe Ilabylonlan klug, nnd of the U. 1 ... Iinl lrr it IIm conqueror's permission to tho captles ( hum i rmiuery In llabylonla to return to their homes. AIM'l.HN-Cliol- ce lo (ancy..... : hi iw o I'OTATUKS-l'- cr n brL The account Is contained In two docuCtllCACU ments, written, Ilka most other AsKU)Llt Winter patent syrian nnd Hnbylonlnn records, tioii UKAIN - Wnrat Nu i icil..., 3 w U "IS Cochran, clay.nnd lately brought from llubylonin ai'litruuo sprli'tf Nj. K4 litn. Oll Asks fur Addllloaal OrHeore. to England by Mr. Hutsam. One of these ronN No Sj OA I h Wahiinoto.x, SepU 10. den. Otis documents Is a tablet which chronicles I'tlliK - bluaai ha cabled the war department a re- the events of each year In tha reign LAIttlN B W YOltlC. quest for additional staff ofllcert for of Nabonldus, tho latest Ilabylonlan rt.OUIt-Wlntrr patent IU O 3 75 ' ervlce In the riilllpplue. He atks monarch, and continues the history H Ii mi Nu, Ho.1 U 4H SiuIiuj W for one additional judge advocate gen- Into the first year of Cyrus, ns king of t'OIIN-.- Su SI Is a cylinder, on ttvi: Ilabylon. Tho other eral, two ntlttant adjutant generals, ZtH'tt Wii OAl.S !urcl MJ which Cyrus glorifies himself nnd his mew two Inspector generals, eight quarter-maatc- r, son Cnmbyses, nnd professes his ad- IVKK -- Now Urn LAUD Wo. U6 J nine commissaries of subsis- herence to tha worship of IIAI.TIMOUH ri.Ol'U-Kam- lly tence and two engineer officers. The ItS U 3 Ml the patron god of Ilabylon." S rixl..., Tu& II adjutant general has called upon the Prof. A. II. Snyce. 61 Southern 7lt ii,iSi vtis Cum M.xchI heads of theso different bureau to Inscription on the rock of llehls-tun- , The :n () S while.......... designate officers fur this duty, as the ta lA Jiyi' Nu. 3 neatern near Hugdad, Is by Darius Hyst6 00 t 6 'AI Importance of having all the officers of aspes, giving an account of his reign, In CA'n rn Us tho staff asked for before the next ac- three languages. The rock rlsea 1,700 lMHANAl'OUS. tive campaign begins Is recognized by feet high, ucnrly perpendicular. The ft 7 Corn Nik 1 mliitL tt Ji Inscription la on a polished surface 300 the department. Oul.-N- o. SlulJi J U feet above the base. 1.01'ISVII.t.K. Trainmen llurued lo Death. gprar Points. 143 Oil) NrniUKKA Citt, Nek, Sept. 10. A 7J Whral-N41 Irtul....., Many prayers fall back because they UKAIN Mited u (t 31 Corn freight truln on the Missouri Pacific Hal. MliK,, H4 V U)1 Friday ran on a bridge which was on sra misdirected. UI Uecnuso the Christian has the cross I'OIIU blvaiu LAIIU tt fire, eight miles south of this city. be hai tio crosses. The bridge gave way, and the engine, Engrossed In feasting on His gifts, followed by.'O cars, plunged Into the we oft forget tho (liver. ditch. Knglnecr tillllan, Hrabeman Man Is not n candlo that burns out, Foster, and Fireman Miller House but a Innip that Uod refills. of It I were burned to death In the creek. If truth Is a broom, one-eto hold, nnd the other to sweep with. Appointed tteward. It is the Christ who It touched with u, O., Sept. 10. Samuel i fccllngof our Inilrmltlc , who touches sTatfaTatfaTatfaTatfaTa McUrew ha been appointed stewaidol md fill us with the might of Ills the Insane asylum at A the as. Itrenjtb. naro'i Horn. & l s, lU'TTint-Cliulceua- lUthtr an amminn incident wa eon- A pretty slory of the Introduction of wmi mc rnuru in coffee Into the western hemisphere (s ucitcu to Uaihinaton. of i?n rranci'co, en rnute .Justice W. L. quite to the point since our new possesLhambert, who has been for a number of sion have to bountifully produced It In oamoa. tneiuuzeiia .!" "" I""1 elldutted and highly cultivated the past, says the Philadelphia. Record. with that tsoliah of that rtra avis, There was a time when this "assisted the boytlitrn gentleman of the belt type. In an interview, published at Honolulu on emigrant," though so nobly when It has the opportunity, nu way up, the chief justice wa sotenou- . ........ir.nMru was a tender slip and likely to ptrlsh of ngtrding feamoan in ma auricu siaienienu mtttem that he took the 1714 Louis XIV. was prethirst. In wue precaution in Stn Francisco of writ- ... .... .un, ra nu more iicsiitn matsented with a single coffee plant for ter concernini which he wss interviewed. his botanical garden by an Amsterdam J.ike most gentlemen, Judge Chamber' maglttrate. It was nourished tenderly would never be taken a a model in and in time slips from It were sent to a district school. A printer on a morning paper to whom It wa given to set up wta in Martinique no doubt tub-rot- a to the despair. Dutch the Dutch having long con"Ixok here " he said, "thl Ii poiltlvely trolled the cultivation of coffee and the worst writing I ever was up tgalnstl" "Hut that wa written by the chief jusguarded It Jealously lest It bt cultibimoa, man. Iook how much char-'- r vated on Itland not under their control. tice orthere is in the writing." On the way to Martinique the botanist "Chief Justice of Ptmoal7 norted the In charge, the ship's supply of water compositor. "That account for it. There Is getting low, shared his own dally al- character in hit hand. I might have known he wa; a bouth Sea islander. I could smell lowance with the precious plsnts. Reesnibsl In the Inkl"-S- an Kranciico New sponding to his kindness, tbey were Letter. soon growing nicely In Martinique. In A Narrow Kscape. due time these slips produced their The man with the court plaster on hi frngrant white flowers they grow at nose was talking shout a cyclone and what a narrow the roots of the leaves nod these pres- asked: escape he had when one of the group ently changed Into berries, each with "Where were you when the cyclone hit Ita two grains of coffee. From Mar- your house?" "Down cellar," was the reply. tinique the coffee Journeyed to Torto "You knew it wa coming and had fled for Rico and .Cuba. safety?" Now Porto Rico alone annually ex"Oh, no! I had a Jaw with my wife and she ports about $9,000,000 worth of this had locked me up in the cellar half a day highly esteemed bean. The plant grows previous. "And when the house went a fragwild In some parts of Africa. ment hit you on the nose?" "Well, no. My wife hit me on the nose the day before she locked me up." POOR PAY OF MODELS Then what about your narrow escape from the cyclone?" perti.tcd the ijuestioaer. A Calllatr Thai I Pall of Hardship " hy, suppose my wife had just come down cellar and hit me again just as the and Makra Dal Small wind picked the house up and sent it sailItelara, ing!" answered the man with the nose. The nmnunt of stuff that Is written, Chicago Kvcning N'ewa. and presumably read, about models lllscoverr of Life 1'lanl, nowadays lends one to suppose that the discovered a plant to full of Pciencc h men and women Is very lif that if one of it leave be broken oil life of these most figpleasant anil delectable. Like and merely pinned to a warm wall another plant will grow from it. It is these same ure of "realistic" fiction, ny s the PhilIloatet-ter'thl one is not quite vitalizing principles which enable life ands adelphia Stomach Hitters to arouse to real. One of the few good models of duty the overworked' stomach, the weak Philadelphia said the other day: "For blood and sluggish liver. The sufferer from any stomach trouble need clnts work I get four dollar a week and dyspepsia or.Stomach Hitters. See that a llostettrr's work n mnny hours a day, going on i private Ilevenuc btamp covers the neck of the stand nt 8:45 nnd jioslng until 12: 45, the bottle. with a rest of ten minutes in ever' CO. I'ollr In I'aradlse, The 'head' model has to do Just as much had died, and Their posing of the body as any other, and Tommr. parrot hit little sisteryoung Master Jennie, had with gets less money. However, It's one of jut concluded the funeral services over the grave of their feathered pet, "I 'ose the few lines of buslneis where women Heaven now," Pollv Is Jennie, do better than men. The latter don't tearfully.In "Ye." returnedremarked Tommy; Master seem to hne the required bodily en- "I a'Ke he is." "He-h-e's got wings, but durance. Put yourself iu the most com- he wouldn't le an angel up there, would anvioua alxiut he?" inquired the fortable potltlon nnd try to reninlii n, his present status.little maid, cried Tommy; "Oh!" unmoxed, for five ml mi ten, nnd you'll "he wouldn't le an angel; onlv eople is understand fcomething of uhnt I hint' that." "Then what do yon t'poe he is to go through for ten timet that long now?" persisted his sister. Tommy thought inspiramoment. without a break. For that rruton inott for a dawn."d on Then the.light of his beaming countenance. tion models prefer to io: e for mule classes. "I guess Polly is a bird of paradise now," Men nl wins lime more consideration. he announced joyfully, Troy Times. A ntimtin painter will make you Maud .Mldlnnd tilt her own bund Is tired with the To California Tin the at 10:33 p.Itonle. m., a Every Friday brush. Vet In the studio of the most through Tourist night, for San Francisco, Car passengers, considerate one must undergo torture. earning first and second-clasThere i a lot of pity gltrn to factory leaves the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I'aul Itailway Union Passenger Station, Chicago, girls, of which a little might be via Omaha, Colorado Springs and Salt Lake to us, for the fact is thnt therels City (with r privilege at Salt Like no business in which u woman ciin en- City), for all point in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California. gage where the will suffer Mt much faberth rate from Chicago tigue nnd get so little remuneration as toThe Tourist Car onlv tG.VO, and the sleep- San Francisco it that of ii n ortiut's model." ing ear berth should be reserved a few ilavs in advance of departure of train. Through ticket and sleeping car Crime In Kngland. be secured Sir James Vaughnn, for 35 years a in the east,can by applying fromtheany agent Chicago, at police maglttrate of London, notes a Milwaukee orSt. Paul l)epot or City Tickwonderful decrease In crimes of bru- et Offices in Chicago. Send for our free illustrated California tality and violence, and an Increase, let folders. Address Geo. II. Hrafford, marked, In the Crimea which require eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, III. Genbrains anil Ingenuity. General education douhtlets favors morality and reToo Mans-- . finement; but there Is In the cities a Hoax Xewed mu.t have been surprised limited crop of children with Inherited when the nurse showed hun the triplets. Joax Yes: he could hardly believe hi or acquired crlmiual tendencies; and when these are gathered Into school, census. Philadelphia llecord. unless great paint are taken to counteract the Influences of the street and , House Decker' ntcuralona Tla "Uljr Four lloutr." of their wretched homes, the mere To the North, West, Northwest, South-nt- . quickening of the Intellect only gives South and Southeast. Selling dates: new power f oi mischief. August 15th, September 5th and luth; and on October M and 17th, 1899, at one fare, plus ?.00 to authorized point in the folTHE MARKETS. lowing states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, ftritish Columbia, Colorado, Florida, CIKriNNATI. Sept. 10, Georgia, Iowa, Indian Territory. Idaho, - Ottlr.comracn Lt VKSTOCICJW (tSW Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, HMO Srircl Lulcurr. 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D., St. Louis, Mo. nd To euro, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price SOc. 4-- . In the Old World. Editor The Cimrs: During (ho past fivo months I hnve had the privilege, long looked forward to, of traveling ovor a good part of tho Old World, and I should like to givo to my friends, your readers, a very brief sketch of my good luck. JtiHt as ono can learn a great deal a man bv readmit his letters and seeing his picture, yet can not know him real well without seeing him face to faco, so wo can get n very good idea of tho foreign parts of tho world from geographies and books of trnvol, yet to go to the places themselves is much better. So if I wero to talk over so long, I could not make you see the hundreds of mountains and towns and great buildings and statues which I can see just as plainly with memory's eye as tho Berea student can sco Lincoln Hall and the Chapel when he is away on his summer vacation. If you take your map of Europe and begin at Antwerp in Belgium, you can follow my trip as I went south to Brussels, ncross the corner of Holland at Maastricht, on to Cologne in Oerinauy, up the river Rhino and to Heidellerg with its grand ruined castle; then south to Bertie, Interlakcu, Lucerne, and Lugano in majestic Switzerland; then to Milan, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Koine, Naples, in suuny Italy, and Briudisi tho nncient homo of tho most wonderful empire that tho world lids evsr known: then to Greece, where men first learned to make things of perfect beauty, where in the course of a month I visited Olympia, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, Athens, Thebes, Mt. Ftflion, and many other spots of historic interest; then through the sea of tho Archipelego and the Sea of Marmora to Constantinople, tho ono spot on my tour where Mohammedanism, not Christianity, is the religion of tho country; then north on the Black Sea to Constanza, by rail to Bukarest, the beautiful capital of Roumania, and by steamboat up the river Danube from Roustchuk in Bulgaria to Belgrade in Servia; then up to Budapest, the unexpectedly beautiful capital of Hungary, and to Vionna, Prague, Dresden, and Berlin; then to Wittenberg, the home of Martin Luther, to Leipzig, and to Jena, where, for tho first time 'since leaving home, I met a man whom I had seen before, a student whom I had known in Chicago; then once more to Switzerland, to see the mountains in thoir summer dress, most wonderfully green in the high valleys, and white with everlasting snows on the summits; thou to Paris, where I went up in a captive balloon to the height oil ,300 feet ; then to Canterbury, London, Cambridge, and Southampton in England, and home on a fast steamer to New York. This whole distance from Berea back to Berea again amounted approximately to 16,500 miles, of which 1,500 was in America, 7,500 on the ocean, and 6,500 in Europe. It is interesting to compare our America with the Old World. In some things we are ahead of all other nations, but in other things we have still much to learn. The people over there are very well behaved. There is next to no brawling or boisterous behavior on tho streets or roads. The firing of a revolver just for sport would not be thought of. Except in Italy, I saw but few lazy loungers, though thero are some beggers in tho cities. I saw two drunken men in Greece and one in France; that was all. The peoplo's houses (except in Switzerland and Turkey) are never built of wood, and (except in Greece, Turkey, and Roumania) they are always very substantial and neat in outward appearance, though the poverty of tho people may be shown by the coarse furnishings inside. The most common kind of house is made of cheap stones and then plastered on the outside, something like the Music Building hero with us. It is noticeable that while in New York und Chicago one finds plenty of buildings of fifteen, twenty, and even twenty-fiv- e stories, it is rare in Europe to budd more than six or seven stories high. One in London with twelve floors is probably the highest building ( aside from church spires, etc. ) on the other side of the water. It is surprising that the country people can live with as much comfort as tliey do, when one considers tho low prico of day labor, tire small aize of farms, and, in certain sections, the primitive methods of cultivation. In Greece, in particular, I saw pnoplo using wooden ploughs in tho fields, hauling water to their vineyards during drought with horse and wagon, reaping grain with sickles, carrying it home tied to the back of tho family horse, mule, or donkey, and threshing it with flails or else by driving a horse and hurdle round and round on it. Tho chief milk market of thens, a s city as large as Louisville, is made up of goats driven about tho streets and milked from door to door, and women may be seen spinning thread, not with a spinning-wheel- , but by twirling the distaff with their bare fingers. The Old World has many cities moro beautiful than anything in our country Washington perhaps excepted, but it is sad to find hundreds of thousauds of women doing men'a work, while their sons und brothers are Jeft idle in tho large standing armies, detachments of which can be seen here and thero on tho streets. America is a growing child with much to learn, and needing to polish up its manners a good bit, but it is worthy of tho loyulty which wo give it. England is more like the United States thau is any other foreign country, and with the English-sjioakinpeople, in my humble opinion lies for the future the largost hope of tho world. E; G. DODGE. Berea, Sept 12, '99. two-third- the Department mint itor on SuluriUy precullng dnte ol Iraur . Copy for tlil The Counties. rch ed- Jackson County. Collingsworth. The Association begins at Dreyfus Wednesday, Sept. 20th. James Combs pasod through hero Wednesday on his way to school at Berea. Mr. Bradshaw, superintendent of this county, visited our school Friday and gave a good talk. Geo. Hays, who was engaged in tho shooting scrapo lometimo ago, has gone to California. Link Roark passed through hero this week with n nice drove of cattle. Stock buyers are plentiful through hero. Evorgroon The weather is delightfully cool and plcnsant. People are getting ready to harvest their crops. Quito a number of young folks, including your correspondent, will visit friends at Disputanta soon. Tho preaching services nt Pino Grove last Sunday were conducted by Rev. Mason Jones, of Combs. On Tuesday of last week Mrs. Drew gave a social for tho young folks which was enjoyed very much. Miss Ella Lako has returned home She exafter a visit to Lancaster. pects to leave for Berea soon whero she will enter school. G. C. Moore the teacher at Pino Grove school, is a candidato for county clerk. It is thought he will be the successful man. Clovor Bottom Mrs. John has been very sick for a week. Water is limited because of the scarcity of rain. Messrs. J. W. Bicknell and F. C. Click will attend the Berea Fair. Dr. Daugherty has gone to Louisville to lay in a new supply of goods. Daniel Sparks was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hatfield last Sunday. James Hatfield visited his sister, who is teaching at Drip Rock, Satur-an- d Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Powell, living on the Kentucky River, are visiting friends here. A protracted meeting begins at tho Cave Springs' Church, Sept. 16, conducted by Rev. J. M. Lunsford. Quite a number of folks from this place contemplating attending the Baptist Association at Bearwallow, Sept. 20. & 21. Mrs. H. N. Dean, who has just recovered from a severe attack of fover, has gone with her husband to attend tho Teachers' Association at Drip Rock. Rockcastle County. Conway. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Woodall, a boy Sept. 8. Wm. Johnson's family are all sick with measles at present. Lumber shipping seems to bo in full blast near this place. Frank Jones, of Scaffold Cane, has purchased the farm of E. Owen for S125. Scaffold Cane Willis Shearer has a- rod" beef cow to sell. Mr. Payn is building a new barn which be hopes fxTget done for winter. Winter is coming, for there was plenty of whito frost out on Pleasant Hill Sept. 11. Crops aro ripening very fast out here. People are saving foddor, cutting millet, and getting ready to grind cano and make sorghum. - Disputanta. Anderson Eversole cut his leg badly making ties. Noah Angliu visited Mr. Simpson's folks last Saturday. Crops are not as good as usual in this neighborhood. Mormonism has about died out here, and may it stay dead. Miss Nannie Lake paid tho homo folks a visit last week. Shingle making and stave bucking is tho leading occupation of the day. The foundation for a new church house has boon laid noar John Stephens'. A child of Mr. Kversole's has been quite 111 with tho fover, but is improving now. Noah Anglin, who is attending school here, visited his home on Copper Creek Saturday, It would lo very interesting to have In my recent visit to the mountains Ileil clorer (Trloltum pratente). an account of just what somo pcoplo I saw some very good things In tho Until recently It has been thought do in one day. that red clorer could not bo grown in schools. Everybody likos to hear how groat A moist everywhere teachers were tho Southern States, but our experin mi and women spend thoir timo. pleasant and seemed to bo the pupils' ience has been that on suitable soils I supposo that every mother In n best friend. anil with proper mnuagumont it will homo is too busy to tako time out of I liko to noto tho housekeeping in grow fully ns well here as In any of tho twenty-fou- r hours to count up the schools. I almost always look nt the Northern Stales, and thnt, while what she does, but I have seen some the floor to see if paper is kept off of it does not Inst as long here, its yield young jwople aud some older-ranit nt tho walls to see if they nro free In heavier, ami on account of its rapid some men that seemed to havo moro from chalk and pencil marks, at tho growth, the quality of hay Is tatter. timo than they could iwssibly use. desks to see if they aro cut aud In North Carolina it has succeeded I should like to say n few things scratched, ut tho windows to seo if well and has maintained n full stand about tho use of timo. they nro clean, at tho children's faces longer than in most other sections; Clay 1st. Timo is precious. Thero isn't while on tho sandy whito soil of tho and hands, to see- - several things. Bright Shado. any to watte. If ieoplo nre neat and orderly Florida Station it has done but little. 2nd. There are different uses to be about the things outside thotn, thero Several of our people went to WinAt tho Louisiana Station it has chester Saturday. in ado of it by different people, anil is hope that they may do good, order- mailo a vigorous growth, affording by tho same jeoplo at different times. ly thinking. If they nro clean In per- two large cuttings during tho first A Mr. Young is in this neighborIt is alright for tho baby to spend son, we may hope that they are pure season, but It soon succumbs to tho taking tin types. hood its time sticking iU thumb or sleeping, in heart, though AssociThe "Goose Creek" Bnptist thnt isn't alicayt oucroachmouts of native grasses. At but a child fivo years oltt should give true, tho Mississippi Station on rich creek ation will convono at Oglo Sept. 22-2up tho thumb and take Jess sleep, Not everybody can bo rich, nor liottom nnd on black prairie noils it Memorial services of some of Rich- And the grown man aud woman have ard Smith's relatives were conducted mauy duties that differ from those of pretty, nor smart, but everybody can has given excellent results, making be neat and clean, and I have no ex- 2 tons of hay per acre in May, anothon Flat Creek Sunday. a child. cuse to make for dirt In tho school- er ton in June, antl iu favorable seaMiss Elizabeth Jackson died of 3rd. Sleep is ono of tho vital uses of The time, aud we should plan to sloop room if there is any writer in the sons another ton in SoptmlHr, consumption on tho fith inst. noighlxuhood. followthough tho last cutting has been unremains were interred on tho about eight hours out of tho twenty-fou- r. ing Thursday. Thou I have seen Mter toaching of reliable ou account of summer It is of great importance that the little people than wo used to have. droughts. When such yields ens bn Two lwys whose names we havo not yet learned, died nftcr eating a the air is fresh in a sleeping room, Very seldom now do wo find tho old undo it is ono of tho host crops which watermelon near Mrs. Gregory's that the bed is clean, and that the c method used with beginners. enn be grown, but there nre many home in Knox county Wednesday. clothing worn in the dny is all reIt is believed that tlia melon was moved. A bath, too, ought to Iks Tho children get words more quickly localities in tho South where it has poisoned. than thoy do the letters alono and not beru found profitable. It require taken every night, especially in warm read much sooner, ben id o knowing a soil which is rich and in fairly good Oglo. weather, to removo the dust antl soil The Association is all the go now. of the day and to refresh us for sleep. the letters too, at the end of a year. condition to secure a "catch" of the But with older pupils some of the seed, and ou many soils where it makStogue Lawson has returned to 1th. Work is tho next thing that reading is no: so well done. I wish es a promising start and yields two or mako his home here. ought to employ the timo of each of that wo could agree upon tins one throe cuttings it soon becomes overMiss Dora Smith visited friends us. I wonder how many jwiople real- thing, that before hero Saturday and Sunday. a child logins to run with the uative grasses and is Two of tho Gray boys were pois- ly enjoy their work? I am sure that read a sentence he niuvt know every choked out. Ordinarily it will not wo may if we plan to do it well, if wo oned by eating watermolon. word in the sentence. It it not ay to grow it moro than two years Wm. Means, of this place, has a are at the thing we ought to do, aud is an exercise almost worse ou the same ground, as by tho end of new supply of goods. if we do not havo too much of it to do. than useless to have a child pro that time it will have douo its lxst Tho Woods boys are putting up a 5th. Rest and play. Now I have swing for tho Associationers to swing reason to believe that n great mauy nouiice words after you- - -- or a mem- work In fertilizing the soil, and tho ber of the class and call it reading. laud will giro bettor returns if the last in. people do not get the best out of life You might much IwttT end half of crop of clover is plowed under nutl Mauy nre preparing for tho Baptist Association, which is to bo held because they do not know what rest any recitation period looking over the the field planted to somu other crop. means. Some people are so lazy that hard words in at this place, Sept. 22nd. the next lesson, aud An the plants produce seed abuu- Miss Briirman's school is de they never work hard enough to need read only one tentence, if it is read dnntty hore anil aro not infected with creasing, this being tho season of! rest. Some are so slow that they with expression, thau to.stuu bio over the insects which hare recently causfodder pulling and bean picking. never get miy time to rest aud some two or three pages. It is all right to ed so much dsmngti to the crop in the The people of this community i fow are so liko steam engines that learn iron, but put them on the Northern States, there seems to bo a have Ikh?u blessed with good health j they can't rent. this summer, considering the intense i black board and learn them, n few at reason why tho seed crop should not It isn't rest to sit around and talk n heat and dry weather. j of considerable ilil)ortaiice. time, but do not suposo that is about your neighbors when you Red clover is a universally recogreading any moro than paring tho Owsley haven't done your morning work, nized standard in estimating the valpotatoes is eating dinner. when the floor isn't swept, the beds South Fork I havo not seen much drawing, nor ues of all other crops, when grown There was a soldiers' reunion nt not made if thoy are they may need hoard much singing in any, of the either for hay or an a green manure, Pleasant Grove last Saturday with a unmaking, searching, and sunning. schools. Can't you all do tomethtng and wo have made sccial efforts to large crowd present. It isn't rest to sit aud hold your aloug this linel test it on as groat a virioty of noils an Mr. Roberts visitod Rock Springs hands when you might mend the ragThen I want to speak of tho best possible, nnd do not hesitate to This is something ged little pants and jackets, aud wash last Sunday. it for all rick soils which government that I have seen in any new wonder what it means. the dirty faces, necks, aud ears of tho aro In good wechauical condition; school this summer. Saving fodder and attending pubI mean that you may lic speakings is the principal occu- little fellows. Tho teacher was quiet in manner but it is useUfts to sow it on barren combine work and rest. It you are people now. pation of the and voice. You can hear some teach- fields, or on rough and poorly preThe new road on Doe Creek is very tired with working in tho garden, ers talk when you are within about pared lands of any kind. It seems Wish others sit down and do a bit of reading, knitn oaring completion. beat suited for growth on alluvial and would take this road for a sample. ting, or sowing, but it is not neces- one quarter of a mile from their black prairio soils, and has never schools (a tittle exaggerated!). Mrs. Pendergrass, of whoso illness sary to do nothing in order to rest. There was no threatening nor been satisfactory on sandy or white We think that there is nothing to wo made mention some time ago, died August sowings have September 3d. She leaves a large dot Tho house may bo fairly tidy. scolding, as, "Now if you do to aud lime lands. family and a host of friends to What about the yard! Couldn't you so, I'll"! given the best satisfaction, as tho pull up those weeks, and fix a hingo mourn her loss. Tho children were butt at some- plants from such sowings are sufYour scribe visited a number of on that gate, and pick up the pieces thing worth doing. Classes were cal- ficiently strong to keep down any of paper and sticks and se what can led with n quiet signal and came in schools in Owslov and Clay counties last week, and found them in good be don to make the grass and flowers an orderly manner. A program was growth of wild grasses nnd weeds tho condition notwithstanding the rush grow. I dou't like people that are on the board or wall and was lived next spring, and will givo n heavy always finding fault aud grumbling, up to. The children did not study cuttiug of hay in May. If sown in of work and hot weather. but neither do I liko those who don t inn whisper. We can do our think- - February, the more common timo, the 1 .t l care- - the kind. We livo to ! uu inn iiiHiuo oi our 1 iiraun wuue iuk improve ourselves and tho world. others are reciting, our turn is coming first cutting will bo principally of Sprndllng Rev. Doane had a good hearing at A very good motto is this which I soon. Was it your school whero I voluuteor grasses, but tho clover will learned from my mother when I was saw good teaching and good govern- givo two good cuttings later. Sowing tho Bethel Church tho 10th. a child; ment! Why! Why not! What with oats in February is often successCud Spradliug, of this place, is can you do to improvof A teacher ful, but the clover is often injured by visiting friends at Campton this week-Co- rn "For every evil under tho sun, Tnere's a remody or there's none, ought to feel under spiritual bonds to crops of this county are said cutting tho oats, thus removing the If there's one, try and find it; teach bettor this year than last. compared with last to bo quite small Next week let us speak of extret-tion- , shade just at tho beginning of tho hot If there's none, never mind it." year's crops. This really lived up to would keep especially in the use of our own weathor. Sow one bushel of seed to Rev. J. J. Dickey, who was appoint- most of us busy, at least. each five acres. Jlulletln So. 18. language. ed to tho Campton Circuit, has taken up his charge. There are six young men in May-towwho have promised to go to Berea the winter term. Tho estimated number of bushels of wheat as counted by tho threahors of this couuty is 15,000. The Subscription School at this place, which begins Jan. 1, is about made up, we havo to havo 10 students ACIIANCK roil FOUNDKII to get the teacher from tho north. KVKUYUOOY IMS Rov. Dr. Center or Breathitt Co. Over 20 teachers, 700 students (from i!0 stutei.) Ilest Library In Kentucky. No Saloons. passed through hero tho 11th, ho had attendod the Missionary Baptist Association in Menifoe Co. and reports For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get n teacher's certificate: a good meeting. I. Trado Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing -- two years. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and tho advanced courses. 1 pro-cinc- ts Thomas Evans to Miss William Thomas to Miss Sallie Shearer. Mr. and Mrs. Swinford havo just returned from a week's visit with friends near London. Geo. Thomas got his leg broken Inst week in tho tie woods, and it will probably have to be amputated. Some ono set fire to tho farm house of John Stephens Wednesday night, burning a whoat fan, a number of farm tools, and some oats. The Teachers' Association for Scaffold Cnne and Crooked Creek will be hold nt Old Scaffold Cane October 7th. Everybody is invited. Married, Ella Persize. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Edited by Mm. JCati: E. VvtKAX, Turtier lleren Collrrr. In THE SCHOOL. Edited tiy Mm. T.utx It. Yint'M, lrmi nt llio .Normal Department. Here Oollete. Edited tjr THE FARM. H. C. MamiW, I'rofeunr of Horllcul tuw, Here Collrc. County. lb rend-fiiyan- d e County. J Wolfe County. go-eas- y n, BEREA OOJIiILjEGKE DEPARTMENTS: stock-raisin- Laurel County. London a holiuoss meeting. Nows has re&chod hero of n considerable fire in Williamsburg last week burning four buildings but havo had no particulars as to how great tho damage is. David Wells, who recently returned home from the Philippines, will go very soon to San Francisco, where ho will assumo his old command as First Lieut, of tho 4th U. S. V. I. A joint instituto of Laurel and Whitfoy counties was in session here with Prof. Chandler, of Sept. 11-- 10, Louisville, and Prof. Shipp, of Winchester, as instructors. There were nearly 200 teachers present, and everyone Bttemwd helped by the instruction aud greatly pleased with the results in general. Rov. H. O. Moore loft last week for Nashville, To tin., where ho will hold forestry, etc, two years. IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, otc. two years. V. Normal Course for teachers- - throo years, with practice teaching. VI. Academy Course fouryoars, fitting for College, for business, nnd for life. For those more advanced : VII. College Coursos Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Adjunct Departments t VIII. Musio- - Hood Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. IX. Berea General Hospital - Two years course in tho care of. tho sick. Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not a monoymaking institution. Its instruction Is a freo gift. It aims to help thoso who valuu education aud will help themselves, and charges u small incidental fee to meet expenses of the rchool apart from instruction. Students must ulso pay for their board, Exponsoa for term (12 weeks) may bo brought withiu $21, about half of which must be paid iu advance. Tho school ia endorsed by Baptists, Congrcgntioualists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good pcoplo of all denominations, br information orrlrndh advice addrett the Vice-frtttde- For those sufficiently advanced to got a teacher's certificate III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, : UHO. T. FAIltGlIlLU, LL. D., Meruit, Mudison Co., Ky. r.V