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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 27, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899092701_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 27, 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, 1 1000, The Citizen. Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. c a Yew 15. VOL. I. UKRHA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1899. NO. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, MIITOlt and MANAOKIt. 1'uMMird at the nlflre of t4 Sinco tho Mormons havo boon InAre for Young and Old Till: OITIZI2N, Iloreu, Ky. creasing nt such a great ratio tho past fow years, it is interesting nnd imporAre sold only by Us i'uferol at the IWI at Brren, Ay, iu annail tant to know tho secret of this pheHnti mati'mntttr. nomenal growth. They Fit the Feet as My twelve years' study of Mormon-isNature Intended whilo laboring in the capacity of a Christian missionary among the OUR PLATFORM. Accept No Other Mormon people in LI ah, together with sovornl months' exjiorionco with This paper aims to bring DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO the Mormon missionaries who woro the best reading to every fireRICHMOND, KY. 207 Vet Main S. making "converts" in vnrious parts of our country outsido oi utan, noting side. Reading is a great thing, thoir methods nnd their success, has but it makes a big difference convinced tho writer that Mormonism what you read. grows neither because of its merits as NATIONAL NEWS a system of moral or religious truth, The Citizen brings, first of The. result of good tcork and reasonable prices is that ue Dr. Dowio of Chicago claims to uor nlono by appealing to tho depravall, the news not every tale now have customers in all jxirts of the Stale ity of tho human heart. heal by faith. People who undor his of crime or horror, but the imWhen you cant If Mormon niissionorios woro honadvioo havo neglected modicino nnd est enough to begin their efforts with portant news the news from other means of health have died, and those whom they would "convert" by Washington and the State tho "Doctor" will be prosecuted by tolling tho real truth alwut Mormon capital, from our soldiers in law. Qod requires "works" bj wol doctrines nnd practices, they would Lei us know and we tfffi send you designs and prices far off islands, from our neigh- as faith. not make a singlo convert among deBeatty Bro. will send laundry cent peonle; but having been trained For the bors everywhere. Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. HrookcrT. Washington's every other week, beginning Tuesday. in' tbo school of doception from their young folks we have a story Success. infancy, they come into ths homes of ... Mrs. Cliff, son and daughter, Char... and a Bible lesson; for houseTo the ranks of eminent men who ley and Annie, spent n week in unsuspecting people to lend them into tho sa mo false ways in which thoy wives, a few new ideas each attribute their succens to a woman's At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. have been reared. It is perfectly conweek which should lighten influence is added Booker T. Wash Wildio. for them to practice all sorts Sovornl boys from Jackson County sistent their labors; for the farmer Ington who is tho foremost of cunning and deception, as thoir Ky. HARWOOD, enlisted yesterday, to go to the god and thoir prophets and their some valuable hints which man in the colored rnoo. Ho has just teachers have set them abundant exwill help him to make more been visiting his old homo In Charles Rov. E. W. Thompson, of Riploy, amples in these lines from tho begin- ton, W. Va., which ho laft in 1872 A. P. SETTLE, from his land and cattle. church j niug. If the reader chooses to mako n carelul study ot Juormomsm by We propose to get the best to enter Hampton Institute, nnd baa Ohio, preached at the Bcroa Attorney and Notary Public, last Suuday. up tho reading of this article ideas that can be found on all leeu tho guost of the govonor of tho with a careful Htudy of the entire serLot every now and old studont Berea, Kentucky. such practical and important 'State and tho city government of make preparation for Mountain Day ies of which this is tho beginning, lie Charleston. At n public meeting, nt will find that this statement is not matters and pass them around I tended by 1, 000 or moro citizens of next Saturday. Ofllcc on Main Street, In Masonic Mil, npttalrt. strong, however extravagant imong our readers. The re- lwth races, Mr. Washington reviewed C. F. Hanson was in Richmoud any tooseem to him at first. it may sources of Bcrca College arc his lifo since ho left tho mining ham Monday purchasing now harness for Let no ono, howevor, imagine for a Digests you You Want GOOD GLASSES moment that tho writer means to It artificially digests tbe food and aids not for its students alone. The , let, five miles from Charleston, whoro his Auburn. leuvo tho improssiou that tho Mormon tfaturo In strengthening and recon- editor of this paper can at any 'I he livf! na n lmr." Hn tnntr llui rufn. Douglas, Bright, and Co. havo on missionaries are not sincere in their Btnictlng the exhausted digestive or- -' " time step into the largest Col sion to express obligation to ono who u largo nnd olegent stock of Ladies faith. If thoy were not sincere, they gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ' I lege library in the State, and had helxd him to acquire quulitios shoes. Read their ad. could not succeed, as they do, in tnak ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It In efficiency. It ining proselyte: but, being sincere, stantly relieves and permanently cures he has engaged several of the iu which tho Negro, as a race, is tin Bobm, to Mr. and Mrs. Will D thoy with all their hearts, be Dyspepsia, indigestion, neariDurn, most distinguished instructors fortunately lacking. "Not far from Candeo, a seven pound boy on last cause oeliove thoy wore so trained, that tho Flatulence, sour btomacii, jxausea, horn," ho said, "in tho family of a no Saturday. Mother and son aro do end justifies the means, nnd that any SIckllcadacho.Gastralgia.Cramps.and in the College to take charge sort of deception is justifiable, if it all other resultsof lmperfcctdlgestlon. IF YOU WANT TIIEM AT ALL. of special departments in the ble white woman, whom inoit of you ing nicely. GUsto that n not properly adjusted to joat to who arc visited know, I received a training in the H. B. Hunting and W. D. Erabree. only helps thoy" win converts and savo Those crca are actually ilanrerou. I know It, and S. E. WELCH, Jit. understand. souls," as Caper. you ought to know It. I will not attempt to ault matters of thoroughness, cleanliness, start Monday for New Havon, Conn. Citizen will know promptness, When Mormon missionaries coma glasfca to youreyea until I know what ia needed. Eyea examined free. into a new community, they do not what is going on in the world confoss to youand a honesty, which, They will enter Yalo University. LEWIS A. DAVIS, in largo mcasuro en sound a trumpet before them, as thoy A Nice line of Novelties in Mrs. Evort Van Winklo wont to havo found out by long experience Every week it will tell them nblos mo to do the work for which JEWELRY. Pt. Truth, Va., whoro she will spend that this does not pay. lney olten Medicine something worth knowing. nm given cretin. Aa I look over my T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. time be The Citizen is pledged tone lifo I feel that the training which a month with hor sister, Mrs. C. H. aro in a community for soinocenerallv Corn tlinv mako themselves Office nt Residence every man s mend, received in tho family of Mrs. Violi Gibson. Finding Christian people known. Farty. It is for the things which Iiuffner was tha most valuable part Rev. Wm. Robo and wifo lcavo this off their guard, they " spy out tho week for "Olo Virginny", where they laud " and find out all they can about of my education." bencht all will spond tho fall with their daugh the condition of local church life, thrift, kindness, enterprise HANSON & PASCO'S who nro professing christians ana ter, Mrs. G. H. Gibson. and education. And we ask State Briefs. who are not, how consistent are tho Lacio I. Mofat, Stato Sec. of Y. M. lives who aro mem' all who believe in these things "Black Leg" is playing havoc with C. A., of Louisville, gavo an interest bors, oi tnoso lukewarm churchindifTer to subscribe tor Hie Citizen. cattln in Garrard count v. The nni ing talk to the Y. M. C. A. boye, Sun ent. whoaaro thoy findand little diffi As rule We are prepared to do all kinds mala when stricken with the disease day ovening. A largo xpjmber present culty in proselyting those who are woalc in tho faith, or dissatisfied with of Job printing at very cheap rates. live only a short while. Their limbs H. C JASPER, M. D. Cull Coyle, Leon. Lewis, aud IDEAS. Here are a few sample prices: the present church relations. swell and it driven them into couvul-si'oiiFrank Maupin were in town during When thoy aro ready to "work" or $1 25 White envelopes . MEDICINE and SURGERY, which produce death iu horrible tho fair, but expect to return in a to "tract a community, thoy general- 500 Read Hon. W. B. Smith's Hpeech 1 00 Office In Pnthtr Building, Richmond, Ky. . 500 Ruled Note Heads on Good Citizenship on out last page, form. few days to Manchester, O., where ly plan to visit systiinaticaliy from 500 Ruled Letter-head- s 1 25 . Tekphooe 103 & 109 Mt. IVmon Signal. they are running a feather renovator. houso to houso, aiming to call at least 500 Bill-heaWe tartad on the yttar 1899 with . 1 50 13 lines three times at each houso at short in1 50 more or leas good resolution!. About Willumstowk. Ky.. Sopt.20. Toll C. W. Gould loft yesterday for tervals of a day or week or two, de 500 Regular Statements . . 1 00 gaton were raided near Doubton, in Elgin, 111., whore ho will spond a few pending somewhat upon circumstan- 500 6x9 Hand bills . thii time they nro being tested. E. B. McCOY, . 1 50 " The Keren Fair brought together a I'flnulcton county, baturday night, daya visising relatives. From there ces and upon tho degree of interest or 500 . 1 25 Business Cards . largo crowd. It was good to aeo our by men who left notice that if thor ho goes to Chicago, and will enter the repugnaco manifested by tho persons 500 wilt prrpay ttit pottagt on any one the above HV of visited. neighbor. The occasion ought to woro replaced thoy would blow tho Junior class of the Rush Medical On the first visit they aim to leave onlrnorMmUrxtra, or on tKetmall hand billt or gate, bouao and all to atoms. The College. 23 ctntt ritra. Ordert mutt bt paid have been improved by some speak a tract suited to tho "stato of miud" tnuimt card, HVi' the Copy YER J'planiy. in ing like the address given by Prof. keeper says she will continue nt her Tho Mutual Roserve Fund In- - tho person may bo in, provided they or advance. Mail orders carefully attended to. havo had an opportunity to ascertain CENTER Mason in Col lego Chapel last even post. auranco company, through their what that "stato of mind" is. If the STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, ing. agent, J. W. Chaney, delivered a way is open thoy will make a "friendThe Phllpots are Active. Berea, Kentucky. ART GALLERY a Every person who gota mail at check for $3000, tho full claim of ly call." or oven an extended visit, up Searching- Ilia Country for lha IlMt or ought to "stand up for his own the insurance held in that company on a person before presenting the this purpose that we have called upon tha (1 rim a Faction. C. I. OOQ, Proprietor. aro generally two oi town," and mibacribo for Tub Citizen. by their son, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. tract. asInoro aim to go two by two, you, and we hope that our acquant-aur- o London Depot, Kt., Sept. 25. them they Nothing Bnt Tha Photos. Postmaster Hart will tako your sub George Phi I pot arrived here today Ames yosterday. may provo to bo mutually lenifi-cial.- " "as tho seventies in the days of the Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. scription. Tho College has decided to eject Saviour." Tho principal aim in this with a large force armed with Win If you are at leisure or manichesters. Ho brought a warrrnt for Tni Citizen from the Shop Building, first call or visit is to make themsel- fest no impationco or desire to havo Anderson Thomas, a step-so-n of Col. but will provide better quarters in ves agreeable and "becomo acquaint them shorten (heir visit they may DENTAL SUJtOEJtY. The Wide World. Griffin, who was arretted at Pittsburg, tho Hanson Building just purchased. ed," to "gain the confidence" of the convene a long time upon any subject A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. The insurgents on tbo islands of aud is now in London jail. He and Wo shall pay higher rent but be able pro pot od "converts." If the Mormon which seems to Interest you; but Smith Building, Main Street, they go, thoy will manage if posKogroa, Pauay, and Zulu have tnado the deputy sheriffs searched through to serve our friends better. Changes "elders" or missionaries were to call Richmond, A'y. mado peace overtures to General the county for the commonwealth's in the Hansou Building will delay upon you and find you off your guard, sible to ascertain whethor you are a Telephone, Ilr.lil.nce, No 61, Offlte, Ho OO, witness, but most of them had fled our moving for stveral weeks. Otis. they would mako themselves so agree- member of any church, or whether the state. The sheriff will endeavor able that you would bo made to feel you are regular in your attendance The condition of Copt. Dreyfus is to get his prisouora to Manchester for that they woro about the most pleas and prompt iu discharging your variinib to have becomo serious, and it tho Until Fnrlher Notice trial, which is to bo held tomorrow. ant fellows that you havo over mot. ous duties as a church member. may bo necessary for him to go to Tho PhilpotH have also sent war If thoy find you an earnest, conse They would talk bo as to arrouso your Subscribers to Malta or Mueeira. DHALHK IN AMATKUIt HUT PLIES rants to Jackson county for Greene curiosity, but at the same time avoid, crated Christian, they will see that Business nt Koy Went is Buffering Griffin, thinking ho might bo there. THE CITIZEN there- is not much hopo of " convert- Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices aa far aa possible, giving you uuy seriously from the yellow-fovepiViews about lierea a specialty. Chore aro now eight of tho Griffin clear idea of their real character or ing" you to Mormouism. There will may got also demic. Lout week an ice and electric faction iu the Manchester jail, and if intentions. Tho object ot this meth- Indeed be no prospect of thoir doing light famine was threatened by tlio Thomas and Greene aro taken 10 will Tbe Toledo Blade or od ia to load you to welcome them to bo at all. They will, howevor, not sickness of workmen. There woro bo given their trial If your houso again in order to learn know that, but will try to do or to say thiity new cases aud twodnutha yes- they nro discharged, their weiiponH Tbe Louisville Commercial something to shake your faith or to more about thorn. terday. IDentaJ. will havo to be given them, and 10 Tho loader of tho two gouerally in mako you dissatisfied with your pres- Office Hours, S to A . At., It For 50c a Year. A Manila cablo suys tho United armed Griffins and a largo armed troduces himsolt very pleasantly and ent church relatious, for thoy know 1 to 3 P. M. Natioual Bank Uuildlug States cruiser Charleston, tho monitor body of Philpota can not long remain Al! for $1 00 a year. asks your uaino. Ho then introduces that, as long as you are satisfied and Richmond, Ky. Monterey and tho gunboats Concord iu town without trouble. It may ho contented, thoy cannot draw you tho other as "my friond Mr. und Kafiro, which left Cavito Sep- that, fouriug rosulta, may aid the jury If you livo in a small town or away after thu gods of Mormouism, DESIGNS (fa be continued.) tember II), have bombarded tho town iu holding them for circuit court. country placo whore you will at once TRu. MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS of Olangapo and captured a Krupp It is rumored that Governor Brad- lttYav rm uimtilv lutrfiv.!" li'rifpu Come OUIAINtU Once know them to hostraugors in tho com Rob't Mooro, ot La Fayette, Iud of guu from tho insurgents. Tho enemy toy has ordered the state troop to go AOVICt AS 10 PA1ENIABILITY munity, they will probably say: "Wo In "Inicullta An" Notice Where, tho "fawas disKwsit88od and tho town rid- to Clay from Darboursvillo. Many J All subscriptions must come aro strangers iu this placo, hut havo DeWitfs Little Earlyconstipation aud Book "How to obtain PaTenta" ia aecorod. mous little pills" for dled with shells, taking lire ut several portions havo loft Manchester, not to X through This Citizen. OuxrgM moJmle. No to till patent .;.:.. v....... come to stay aud we want to become .11 :i.;,..t., iiuivi Klil'v. Letter atrictly confidential. Add re, ill ll.vi niiuiuuioi points. return until after tho trial. I. C. tlflGtRi. Patent Lawj r. WaaMnatanTo. C. acquainted with tho people. It Is for S. K. Welch, Jr. Manila, Sept. 2T. It in retorted tlio inniirgonts hnro captured tlio United StnloH gunboat Urdnnotn in tlio Orani river, on tlio northweal nido of Mnnlln It'iy, whoro alio wan patrol Ono uilicer nnd tiinn of licr miff. crow aro tniHsiiig. Tlio United Stntes gunboat Petrol, ho nt to iuventignto thu matter, linn returned nnd roporta tlio Urdancta bonchod opjioailo the town Ornni, on the Ornul river. Sim wnn riddled with bulleta, burned and tlm following guna with their am A ono munition woro captured: xiinder, one Colt niitomntic gun nnd ono Nomlenfeldt millimeter gun Tlio crow of tlio Urdnnota arc prison era, or hnvo lecu killed. Further detallfl.are lacking, that Personals and Lodals. Harry Bluizor was in Borca yesterday. Wntch for Kobinson's nobby lino of jewelery. Miss Lou Settle was in town for tho fair. Tho Collogo hns a largo crop of Irish potatoes. There nro several cases of typhoid fovcr in town. Rov. II. It. Edgocomb nnd wifo nro in town for a fow days. Messrs. Osborne and Chanoy woro in Richmond Thursday. E. P. Fairchild is thinking seriously of starting a honnery. Mrs. Itathbuu left Thursday for hor homo at Salt Lako City. C. A. Van Winklo apont a fow daya at High Bridge and Camp Nelson. Pres. Front is expected to proach for tho Bcrca Church noxt Sunday. Mrs. Frost spent a week with Mrs. Dr- - Maning of Manchester, Ky. METHODS OP Mormon Missionaries BY Rev. William R. Campbell. "JENNES MILLER" SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect The Berea Monumental Co. Anything jn the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. to-da- y Phil-ippin- s. JOHN Berea, Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. ' Berea, Ky. and Surgery, temperance, Job Printing Dirt Cheap GO TO LIVERY. h, 9x12" Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET Bo-re- - bo-fo- re ! BURTON, The Photographer - or ! J. C. MORGAN, Surgery, Don't Hiss It at i !p'rNTS FREE I had, however, heard end. Occasionally we nuy lift the rurtaln Iran .ieck to hi shoulder. M Ore wat enough, and settling my account with the a little, but more no man has done. fantastic and entirely out of place to hu host, stepped forth into the street, intend What hapienrd, 'ion ever, explained clear surrounding. It consisted of a tight-fittinAll ing to depart from the town by tho Porta ly to mo the motive for U r.ntraninic ion jerkin of parti-colorevelvet, with puffed Whait did the clta to the slrtr hrlnxT long mcccnes to match, pulled over thick black Kr. rpirito or Unman gate, leaving tlin duct. He, nt nny inte, must have Only an Idol of clay. ramp over my shoulder, and to make my way lcforc either of us. how annus stood with hose. On hi fret rre the ordinary sanAlt h inert dream of her girlhood to Florence a soon as iiossitilc. There I the wife hoc life ho rinliltletrd, but he dals of tho peasantry, and, aa he stopix-- tc rears, All that a heart could hold: would meet D'lCntrangucs, and kill him like mndc no effort to save her, contenting him light tho torch wood, I saw his face nai All of hope and all of hfears; a mad dog. I ground my teeth with rage self with striking an assassin a blow, whic seamed with wrinkles and that his lip Alt of her smiles and alt of her trars, when I thought I had no horse, nor even bad taken from him the last shred of lomoved rapidly, a if he wss speaking, a rot one little circle of the menu to purchase one, and must trudge sicct madaine may have felt for him, an though no sound issued from them. He did it like any contndino. Hut, if I Indtocrnwl which had in Ikirt recoiled on his own heat Told ht T,t world of the hitter not delay nltout his business; but hastened on my hands and knees, I waa determined to lie tlila as it mav, his stroke was successful Ah. nil With a mUlr.c face in, ami, sticking a torch in n hole In tin I) hntrangucs. in clj'.hat krr Idol from head to feet in tlmt to all intents and purpose it had floor between us, resumed hi Mat, and said, reach Florence and WKk he of her arace. It was, however, not yet sundown, and my utterly Masted me. I was worse than item aiiuiptiy: Ant no on knew of the tear ahe wept: Idea was to leave the city when it was well It nas no ordinary revenge. In those "U-tmlook at rou?" Ittr frltfa thejr were never jruetsed. dusk to n mil All oMible chance of recogni- troublous times, n blow from a dagger coul Apparently hi scrutiny waa satisfactory, For hid In her hrart of hearts kept tion. I meant to have passed the interval have easily rid him from a wife of v lion and i did nothing to interrupt lum. Her thorna of woe. And la ahe alert he was sick, or n man whom he hated, nm in the inn; but, as I felt thi was impos"Hungry?" With her handa across her breast. sible, it was iicccMary to find another spot no nno wmilil have thrown the matter in I -- Nixon Waterman. In L. A. W. tlullettn. "No. All that I ask la to lie allowed to Hut with dcilih cruelty, he in I could lay In quiet. With this end teeth. where rest here till i'.i view I crossed the Piazza di in an fueled wounds which could never heal, am "That is well, for 1 have no food to offer easterly direction, and uent on until I left his victims to lire. It was Impossible-- to you; but here is some wine in this skin. rnme to the Franciscan church, into which lilt sued n man hack, in a way to make bin He reached to a corner and pulled out I entered, not I nm.sorry to say, with any leel to the utmost extent the agony lie ha email wine skin. This he placed before me dotiro for devotion, but merely because 1 administered: the only thins was to tak with the single word "drink. . was loss likely to be disturbed there than fiom him his worthless life: this he doubt "Xo, thanks." The whole manner and anywhere else I could imagine. I was right, less valued most c.f nil thing, and I meant pect of the man were so eculiar, that, as a! In so far that on entering the church I found to deprive lum of ft, If he stood at the nlta though 1 was much fatigued, 1 Judged il it, rfs I thought, empty, but on looking round of Christ. .Moved by such thoughts, am! prudent to decline. His quick eye seemed d wheel with my cloak dninn well over the lowe I saw beneath the to read my thoughts, for ho laughed a little window, the work of (Juillaumo tie Marvirt of my face, I hastened towards the bitterly as he said! kneeling figure, opparcntly absorbed Roman gate, reaching it just as it nas to ! seille, a tusn, mani I here is no lear. loulx-- n in prayer. I had approached quite close be- cIohsI for the night. In fact, as I nassct too long n sword to hare a nurse worth tli fore I became, aware that I was not alone, cut, the huge doors came together lcliind me picking, and you aro (Copyright, itgj. by D. Appleton & Co, not supping," a look All rights reserved.) and was about to turn away, when, perhaps with a groaning, and at the same time ol hate over his features as he slurtlcd by the sound of my footfalls on the Heard trie null boom of the evening gun dropiied pasted out slowly, "with the Ilonria. Per. CHAPTER III. marble tuivrmeiit, the person rose hurriedly It am the cimp, followed immediately br th' I will give you n toast Revenge." He took and looked towards me. It nosMme. D'Kn-trangu- distant peals of the trumpets of tho cavalry n pull at the skin and flung it to mr. HUE. D'ENTItANClUES. licr glance met mine for a sec- Img.ule. Walking down the Via Sun Dominico, 1 "I drink to that," I said, tasting the wine As the crow flies, Florence was but n few in my turn. turnel to the right liy the ISoi-rc- i iti San ond as that of a stranger, but ns I wan tinnHere then was another who, and liootcd. ing nway sonic trick of gesture, or perlmpi league distant; but I obviously would hav Vito, and here I va like mr, sought fur consolation in ven Pressing hurriedly lot wards, and aided op- the hot nngcr in my eyes, told her who I wn, to journey by side iwiths, over hill an. gesnce. portunely by the of a body of men for, calling ray name, she came towards me across valley to avoid observation, and tin to nc coNTiNnm. would occupy at least two dajs, unless my at arms, coming through the atrcct in a di- with outstretched hands. "Di Savclli," she said, for I made no ad- travels were iwrmanently stopeil by my rection opiKMitc to that of my follower, I HONOR ABOVE GOLD. ticing cut oil by a privateering party from succeeded in shaking off my tormentors, vance, "do sou not know me?" "Madame," I IkjwchI, "I am unfit to touch the camp, or by any other untoward acci ind turning again to the right up a narrow A StrlUInc Inrlilrnt Which Aptly II- dent. ?kritlicr contingency was unlikeh trect, entered a barber' ehop to have my you." Instrntcs the "Xo, no a thousand times nol It is I lor the writ of the king ran Ivircly .1 league bean removed in ontcr to disguisa myself Character. from the army, ami the country was full n! aa far at possible. The barber, a fumy little who am unworthy." I st II remained silent, and she asked, fellow, placed before mea mirror of polished banditti. SpenkiiiR of French tmlltlcs. I hrnrd In this mind I pressed on, intending to teel, and as he set to work stropping a villi a passionate emphasis: "Man, you have never sinned?" lie at Uiicme for the night, or, if no Iictter a most extraordinary story of another razor on .the palm of his hand, I removed words struck mo like a shot. I felt accommodation offered, to sleep ks a sol strnut;e secret of cotiteinixiriiry life, Iho my cap, and for the first time observed that one might see in u res the hair of my head was thickly streaked in n moment I had no right to stand in dicr should, wrapped in my cloak, with the Some yenrs judgment. sky for a roof. As I went on, I found I was tnurunt nt night, illuming domino with gray. "tiod knows," I replied, "I have, and 1 rely ing a little too much on my knowledge quietly or comerslng in tranquil tones. "Your excellency has doubtless come to Join the army," said the barber, in n tone have been punished." ol the road, and n blue mist, which rose gentle-manamed I.evy. lie vta With that she took hold of my hand, and from the ground, made it iinmssible to pick n of inquiry, as he drew his razor across my then suddenly burst into tears, nreping my way by landmarks, l be moon, come inn n who knew more of the secret his face. "Ah, yes, yes; 1 have just come," I replied, over me with words I cannot repeat. It was out by this time, shone fitfully through the tory of the courts of Kurnpe than any not for me to fling reproaches, and I softened lank of clouds, which was shifting uneasily man of lil time. To get a full ncromit and the little man went on: and did what I could to ap;eac her. of his personality nnd history ton must "There have been great doings overhead, and I lie wind, ruing steadily "1 could not help it," she said; "I was not marked riin. I stirred myself all the faster. spend an ctenlng vtith "Joe" Lyons, the Tia said the duke has ordered the Count di Eavelli to be executed for having in his pos- strong enough to sjeak or to let you speak. for I was in no mind to add a wetting to my owner of the Trocndcro and n score of hat such a thing is to misfortunes, and a drop or two of rain that session a favor of madamc They say the Ob, you tin not know other restaurants, one of the most bril count stole it, but we know better, don't a woman!" caught me showed I bad but little leisure to "Let it pass, madamc. What is dead it lose. I made out a narrow cattle track, and linnt recontctirs ns well as one of the we, your excellency-?and the little fool lx-s- t fellow in nil London. Mr. I.evy chuckled to himself. He went on without dead. "I cannot. And yet, what can I do?" Her waiting for an answer. "Ah, yea; thcladies ivnta pritnteilctectivc.emplojcd when can never resist us soldiers. I may tell you tear began afresh. cter n task of extreme delicacy nnd In a little time she grew better, and I that I served with Don Carlo llagiioni, and enormous Importance wna nn hand. T- -' TJTSLI my pike there now, I think that seized the opportunity to point out the dan can Ho wns retained by the Ikmk of Eng f ger she ran of being seen speaking to ine, aide is dean shaven as I whs saying before. land, among other Institutions, nnd it was bard on the Marquis di Savelli, a gal and suggested that she should make her way have liennl that hit were es home. It was miossible to escort her myfont noWc whom 1 frequently saw pardon. teemed so valuable that he cot the mn four excellency, it is but n scratch after all self, but would I walk n little way liehmd, nlllcent salary of 10,000 n year from had you not moved so suddenly, still only keep her in sight, and sec she came to no thut Institution. a scratch, nothing lor a soldier, the Mar harm. I urged this nil the more as I kiw it as growing late, and that she was without qui di 8aclli. as I said, was a regular cus Well, Just after the of Ihe toiner of mine, and he had n lovely head of any attendants and far from the ramp. Commune, Mr. Levy wax minuted with "You mistake," she said; "I have not far hair, your excellency. It was not so much one of the most delicate and I might before I took htm in hand. Ecco! but in a to go. In fact, I am nt present the guest say terrible, missions in his life. There. month you should have seen! He came in of tlie ton vent here." were several communist refugee In here in liia free, easy way, and flung me ten "And" I did not finish the sentence, London. Levy tracked them out. crowns. 'Day n ribbon for Madonna Giulia but she understood. I had forced myself to man of his word, without enthusiasm. with that, Mcsscr Pazzi says he; 'and aik, to bear, if tossiUe, confirmation of D'Kntrangues' movements. harkee, send me over six more bottles of acquainted with nil the seamy side of "He," she answered "he has left the your elixir of Sst. bjmmnclius. Maldcttol life and of men, he yet luul aliroad, symhe exclaimed, twisting his curls Iwtwccn his army and gone towards Florence." pathetic Imagination; nnd he tin as And you? fingers, 'but she adores me now. Now tounded by the picture he found in the "I stay here for the present." who, I aay, could ahe have been but tchick? miserable den if I remember rightly Her tone more than her words convinced Ijiarolo? it is done: never a cleaner "have in It wasn stable In which he dlscoirrcd Rome itself. If your excellency's fortune me that she had been abandoned by D'Kn the objects of his search. These men. grows as well as your hair, I could wish you tmngues, and it added another mark to my score against lum. who but a few week before had the bo. better luck. "Why should I not tell rou!" she con MI wu not lUur snoueb to spssk or 1st you government nnd the revenue of the 1 rose in silence, and, flinging him A crown, bade him pay himself, and, receiving my linued. "After, when it was all over, the great city of Tarla at their command. change, hurried out, declining all Messcr duke struck hi name off the army, anil bu hurricd along this; but before I covered n were engaged In makln-- r n wretched Paxzi'a entreaties to bear with me a bottle of left in an hour. Uefore be went, he came mile the moon was obscured, and the wind his precious elixir of St. Symmachus or any and told me all, laughing at your rain. I did dropicd. It now began to rain, and the- bowl of soup, which w to lie. the one other accursed balsam. I saw at a glance not know man could be so vile. Rod help me darkness was no thick, that I could only- mcnl nnd the one meal of them nil it is my husband I speak of I lie oITcrcd just follow the road. rVon the track died for 21 lioura. Not one penny had stuck that the removal of my beard caused a con to their palma of nil the million that sldersble alteration in my appearance, and to take me with him, but I refused; and he away iuto nothing, and I found myself lloun Imagined if I could but change my attire my left, mocking like a devil, with words I can denng, over my ankles in mud, and up to were at their mercyl "These men may rnost intimate friends would not know me r.ni reiieat. lie was not done Willi you or the waist in wet rushes. At any moment 1 lie? madmen," ho sold to n friend to unless they observed closely; and even then nilli me, he said, as be went. 1 came here might strike a quicksand, with which these whom he told the sslory, "but, according might perhap fail to recognize me. This at once, and perhaps when Mme. de la Tre-- marshes abound, so I used my sword as a stepping only where I found to their light, they nrc pfltriotaj" new, aa it turned out, was not quite cor mouille return to ranco I shall be enabled scarch-iiole- , His wonder grew ns they refused foothold, a dozen inches or so below the rect, and I bad yet to learn how difficult a to go with her in her train." Rcornfully to surrender some paper "Excuse my asking it," I said, "but have surface of the bog. In this perplexity, n thing it is to arrange a complete disguise, agino my relief to see the blaze of a fire which had fallen Into their jiossesslon, A few doors further on I laid out some of nr money in the purchase of a atout leather "Oh, yes," she smiled, sadly, "it is not that shoot up beyond a small rising ground before Inplteof(lazzlingofrrr of gold, which me, and throw nn arc of light into the dark buff coat, a long, dark mantle, and a cap to in nny way." a ngentof the French government, h") At this moment I looked up and saw that ncss, agaiiut which the falling rain glittered wna authorized to offer them. They match, lbe cap was ornanuntcu with a single black feather: and when I had donned it waa sunset. Through the wheel window like lino wire of silver. I shouted aloud knew the horror nnd the terrible nnd these garments I felt tint, wrapped in the the orange beams streamed in a long banner, and to my joy got an answer. appalling Importnncn of the domestic "Who is there? What is the matter?" Cloak, .with the cap pulled well over my eyes, and lit up the figure of the saint above us. and the feather standing defiantly out to the Ihe rays I . on madames pale face, and "A traieler," I replied, "who has lost his secret In the life of n great man of which side, I wanted but a fathom of sword touched with fire the gold of her hair. We way in this cursed swamp. Whoever J on tuey held proof, but they decided to to make myself aa ruffianly-lookin- g nrr, you will make a friend and find a re keep tlus proofs until they thought It a bravo stood before each other in a dead silence, "Good-by,I said, extending my hand. as ever trod the purlieus ol Naples or Home. ward if you lead me out of this." right or wrong to publish the atory to Bhc placed her own in it and our eyes met. "Come straight on, there is no danger be But the sword was some diUiculty, for my the world. And, though they refused wasamomentofdarigertoboth. Leper yond getting your feet wet." 10. Fortunately I It crowns had dwindled to the gold, they never told the secret, nnd "They arc that already," I answered, and bad on my finger a sapphire ring, and this I as i was, i bad but to lift my band, but tu pledged for 20 crowns, and made my way to say a word, unci here was one who would prosed on, having absolutely to force my France nnd hiirone were saved ontt ol the armorer s. 1 there selected a strong. hac followed me like a dog. I felt her way through the wet rushes, which wound the most cruel nnd devastating acnii- straight wespon, with a plain cross handle weakness in her look, in tho touch of her UicuixlveH nround me impeding my progress dais of our time. X. V. Herald. and a cutting blade, such aa would be useful hand, which shivered as it lay in mine like a terribly. Moreover, so sticky was the slime Why the I.liclit Went (lot. (or rough work, and, after some haggling, captive bird. At once a fire leapt up within below that I thought every moment it would In front of tho high altar in the ca cot it for ten pieces. The armorer assured me. I had lost everything. Why not pull the boots olf my feet, (struggling in roe that it waa a sound blade, and I may say throw revenge after my losses, and with her this manner for u hundred yards or more, thedral at Salzburg there la n irrcal It did roe good service. It now hanirs in mv by my side seek a new fortune with n new guided by tho lire, and an occasional shout lamp that is supposed to burn "forevei Ono morning, year ago, bedchamber, a little chipped, it is true, but nume? I lie drand Turk needed soldiers. from my unknown friend, I at last touched nuil a day. as' bright and a fit for use a the day I paid and what mattered it whether it was cross hard ground, and with a "Thank heaven!" vtondilpcrs were surprised to see It gc got nut of the swamp, and found myself at out, nnd this wn repented1 morning for it, with a heavy heart, in Don I'icro's or crcsceut that I served? Hut the woman became strong as I crew the foot of tho hillock, behind which the after morning, always about the same hop, near the gate of St. in weak. Arezzo. fire was blazing. time. It wns thought the attendant "Uot" ahe said, faintly. I began now to feel the want of food, for "Which way to Ilucinc?" I called out. hnd neglected to give It sufficient all, I dropped her hand. and. turninc without beyond the cup of Chianti brought to me "Are you out of tho swamp?" nnd though he declared his Innocence by the under officer I had tasted nothing a word, strode down the aisle. As I reached "Yes." Since yesterday evening, and therefore step- the church door the bell of the Aneclui "Then come round the shoulder of the hnwiiHtnlil that he would be discharged Unw il ping into an ordinary called for a llagon of rung out, and yielding to a sudden imnulne hill to your right, and follow your nose. if the oversight were repented. wine and a pasty. Whilst engaged in as- I looked back. You will find shelter here, iiucinoyou could ling to ileal unjustly with the man. the Madame was on her knees before the saint. never reach saulting these, half a dozen men, whom I ami a dog should not lean of the cathedral hid himself one recognized aa belonging to the garrison, enbe out in this weather." night to sea if lie could soltc the inva-tered the hostel, but to my joy I caw I wss 'True, friend, I muttered, and with a tcry. He had not long to wnlt. About CHAPTER IV. not known to them, and after a casual glance loud "thanks" to tho apparently hospitable ten o'clock n big rat wns seen descend A FOOL'B CAP AND A BORE IIEAIIT. at me they fell to eating their meal. unknown, I followed Ins directions, and, ing the rope by which the lamp waa I was. however, perforce compelled to lisI was not w dense aa to fail to urasi) the rounding tho hillock, saw before me, splut ten to their conversation, which waa carried extent of the cril I had escaped, or to fully tering in tho rain, n lingo lire of pine logs. suspended. Having reached the oil, it fed freely and then went nway by th on in the loud tone men of their class affect, realize tho evil strength ol tho temptation, at the entrance to it hut of the rudest deand found to my annoyance that they were which came upon me as suddenly as n sneeze. scription. Inside, I perceived a sitting fig wny It came. .Vcedlrwi Is It to aay that discussing me, and the events of the day, It is rare in matters of this kind for wicked ure, over which the light from the hie alter- the attendant held his place. Detroit In order to escape this I wosubout to rise, thought to bo of alow growth: they Miring nately east a glare and then left it in dark- Free Pres. when I heard one of them mention D'En-trangu- e' at once to life, I thanked (Jul ness. I made my way to the oien door, X Khnrp Itrlnrt, name, and (topped to listen. in my heart Ilia t I was ablo to sweep aside which hung back on binges of rope, and enIt was nfter the publication of th "lie baa left for Florence, and, it l said. tho base desiie, which covered my soul like tered without further ceremony. intend to offer bis sword to the Signorr.1 ' Humph! snorted my host, without mov Lives of tho Poet" that Dr. Fnrr. be a black cloud, and refrained from taking adsaid one. vantage of madamc' momentary weakness. ing from hi position. "I said it was no Inff cngngrd to dine with Sir Joshua "And the other t" night for a dog to be out, I did not say an; - Reynolds, mentioned that oa his way l could not but see I waa to blame myteli. "Heaven knows! Perbapa Draccio'a arm i, tho elder and the stronger, should havo tiling ol a won. mere ne una seen n clever caricature of baa reached him, poor devil I" foreseen the probable consequence of a Ihi change of tone wai nol so surpris "Well, h was a good soldier and a stout friendship such aa our, and my sorrow for ing, for, dripping wet. covered with mud. Dr. Johnson being flagged nround Parnnssus by the nine mute. Tho ad lance." her wa mixed with tho deepest regret for and white with futigue, my gvuerul appear "Pasta I" said th first speaker. "What my part in the transaction. I banished all unco was but littlo calculated to reassure mirers of Gray and others, who thought a llttl lightness of finger matter? idea of attacking D'Eiitrangiies through hi anyone. Yet, us I hung my cloak on a their fnvorltis harshly treated In tho Play it in a small way, you're a thief, and wife, wondering at tho littleness of spirit rough wooden peg which caught my eye. I i.ivr," were laughing nt Fnrr ac food for Messer liraccio, curse him I Play which bad ever conceived such u thought. could nut help laughing In mockery a I an- - count, when Dr. Johnson wns tin- H' on' a big scale and you're a prince, I for If it were possible, 1 wuuld have kicked my uwried: r.ouneed. Sir Joshuu Introduced Dr. mm don't think the let of Di Savclli because self. Perhaps such victory a 1 gained over "WoUl', friend, come to wolves' lairs." Fnrr, ami to hi Infinite embarrassment perhap hi band at cards waa always too my heart Ma due to the secret surinx of Ho took nu notice of my remark: but. repented the story. Johnson turned to be made that little error In the my vanity being touched, to tho fear of the good, minting to n henp of rushes opposito to I nm arr rtitUr of the ruble. A gentleman Is some- lots of my self rcsiect, and this, iiilngliiie Idm, said : "Sit down there." He then rose, ear and Mid: "sir, day very sfad to this. I hope the will nerrrar- time driven to hard straits. I was,a gennun my pity ami regret, gave me the and went toward tliu file with an unlit torch rive when I shall neither be the object tleman once and ought to know. I give you strength to win at the moment of temptain hi hand, ThUBaveineomeopiortunit : ridicule nor calumny, for then I shall a toast Here' to a long sword and a light tion. It is dillicult to tell; I have Hied long i,l observing him. 1 saw he wu of spare, band!" rnough in the world to know that the mys but clastic figure. His head wu bare, and be neglected and forgottea.Detrolt Tby toidc with UmatioD, aad then teries ol tue heart will remain veiled to tho hi wbito hair hung in matted lock over Frco Press. AN IDOL Mi What dii OF CLAY. (Ire for her wedding-ring-that a wckimd mar! set to THE SERIOUS CEREUS. Mr. ? Imtth Thinks There Arr Times Whan Thrr Amount to a Trnueily. "Necessity is the Mother of Invention." Il 3as ihe necessity for a rtlUUe trough! Hood rtnlfitf nd ionic Mo existence Hood's SAtstptrilt. It conctnirAitdtxttActprtpArtd It a highly by a comblnAtlon, proportion And prcc-epeculUr to Itself And giving lo Hood's SArsApAtltU unequAUed curA-lipower. Remember hr "Nlght blsomlng cereuie are no joke," rttjmkrd Smith to hi partner a lie arrived at the otlire about M o'clock in tit iht dir. ss citt1 "Serioui things, I nippoie," remarked ve 1kIh wi;e no lar ir "Why, certainly." "Can you ride a onjr at well a a man?" "Of course." "Then you mutt Le at lining at mott men." "Yet, 1 think I am." "Well, but the cereut?" queried llrown. "You wouldn't let a man beat you, not im. hsntf it. Ilin lliinif didn't liloom. Flunked" for the twenty fifth tine!" Chi- - even your husband, would lou! ' "Not at all." etgo Inter Ocran. The Chinese woman paused, laughed, and then said. "Now I underttsnd why foreignlUKIHUSIJ. ers nrter take more than one wife. Ihey ar afraid I'ott. With time, cornea progress and advancement In all line of successfully Which Was thr lllanmlst. conducted rntcrpriirs. Success cornea Chicago spending A pmininrnt resident to those only who have goods with his summer holidays Inof thr ratlern provaupeilor merit and a reputation. In inces dedicated to the memory of tie fatht manufacture of laundry starch for mous men and women who funned themworkers the last quarter of a century J. C. ' selves intoof the philosophic encounteredand llrook Farm in diramers Hublnger has leen the peer of all the residence of P.mcrsoii two other promiy is placing on the nent residents of thr city on and others Mirhi- market the finest laundry starch ever f;an, Iwtli of thrm judges of note and both ou the West tide. The two jurists offered the public tinder our new and weir srroinpanird by three attractive ladle original method. unknown to thr solitary prominent resident Ask your grocer for n coupon Itook who first claimed attention, and after an rhlch will enable you to get the first interval of etrlamation and greeting one of gesand with two large 10 cent package of his new thr judges turned thr ladies a sweepingDash, "Mr. ture Introduced starch. RKD CROSS, TRADK MARK thtte are our w ivet " 1'hiejgo Chronicle. brand, also two of thr children's Teacher--"Wdo you know alout Shakrspenrr pictures painted In twelve Stbolarlint beautiful colors as natural as llfr.nr thr Jonah?" a. trip In - "He wss the the oilman reto take the virimty of rwenuctii century uiri calendar, all gion." Yonkers Statesman. absolutely free. Money talka and poerty has a way of All grocers arc authorized to give ten ( hug) Dai.y Nrws. !srge packages of RKD I'ROSS STARCH, e'ling i hat fJmitli groaned. "Hrriout? Well, I should Wr have one y so. They arr a tragedy. e in our family, and juit aa soon as I rsn my wife to go down to her mother's botanical for a few days that hoodoo of a specimen goes In the ash barrel. For some reason or other my wife derided that the rereus was going to bloom 1st! night It hat threatened l.t bloom so many times and then backed out at the last minute that nobody but a woman would have any more faith In it. Hut it wss a sure thing tins time and Airs. Smith sent runners all over town to summon our friends in to tee that iltitardly thing burst into (lower; ceitain billed ta When 1 came blottom out st midnight. home Mrs. Smith said " "Now, Henry. cereui is something you ilnn'l see in llowert more than once in a century or is it a tlioussr.d years? Anyway it's aa awful long tun. And I've invited the Jones and theCollintet and the greens and "Well, aliout to eoplc, half of 'em living seven miles out on the North side. I hsd to meet a msn st the dub, but I telephoned him I wouldn't be there. Then the caterers rime and they turned the hour into an ice cream parlor All my papers ami books and fishing rod and guns were carried out of tire studr ti clear a suitable place for that confounded cereut. It took the center oi ine stage ami kepi it, ana as isr at I am ronrerned I wuh botany wss at the bottom of the tea. The layout rott me UO beside losing in the melee a deed to ten lots in floods Swaafmittg Tl TI I II Pi 1 in r ONE WIFE SURELY ENOUGH. Whr MonoRRitlf Has Come lo lie I ha Prrtalllntr Matrimonial I'rla-clp- le In This Country. traveler and author, called when in China upon the wife, or rather the wivrs, of a grrat mandarin. Her visit partook of th nature of a festival, to hovel nas the to the Chinese women, whote live are pawed almost entirely within Ihrwalli of their yamen. They examined he r cloth, ing, and were partly pleated and paitly astonished at it. They were shocked by her iho', and especially by the fart that her feet were nol confined by bindings. Finally one nt them said, through the interpreter. "You rati walk and run jutt as well as a nun?" Mirglirrita Arlina Hamm, the with twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or ten of the Twentieth Century Girl Calendars, to the first five purchas ers of the Lndlrss Starch ( hnin Itook. This I one of the grandest offers ever made to introduce the RKD CROSS laundry starch, J. C. llubingcr's latest Invention. femsle complainant. wia he succeed: queried the court. "No, sir." "Five dollars' fine!" thundered the court, turning to the prisoner. "He more careful next time." Philadelphia North American. lie tried la Thr Urate! Llis rn. mlffi " tai.1 lli Loi "I cannot understand it lingusge." said the despairing Frenrhmsn. "I know how to pronounce ze word 'hydrophobia,' and sen I learn zat ze doctors sometimes pronounce it fatal." N. O. 'Do you know snythinr that will make me stout, doctor?" 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To be the enumerated among our customers means to bo touch xH&Pof fJHKat In which is listed HNHk the centers stirs, file high gratis psrcalina sad s u b I a n 1 1 I Inl.i llslnf hound with beat walsr-proo- f JilnJInj, mads siib und.r bot plait and patant snspfattentra In th. back lo pi event spreading epa bound leimt. 1 ha accom- tsniini Illustration haslnf from o photograph ot lh. skirt) atrn-latel- y portrata Iht gracefulness ol each fold and lint and gives a clear conception of th war il will liana; when worn. This is a bar-gaof unutual interest lo .very ladr who dralret some-thinnot too ctpeir-tivo-. al lh. asms llm. possessing litis uil lo inoi costly garments and quality that is wonderfully Colors sis nsvy blus or black. Slirti Waist, it to y Inchstt length, 39 to 4 Inch.!, Larger aiiea so par csnl fashion times. $3.35 i OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE at lowest wholesale prices everything to eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to $1.00 or above. ad iMesMet mi THE CITIZEN. T. Q. I'ASCO, Kdltor iml Mm.r-- r. : : s JOY IN GOD'S HOUSE. JOHN & 1IUDIN0ER. rWmarkatile Careerof a Western Capitalist, Mnntsfnct-nrand Philanthropist, Wrll-Knnrrn International Innitar 1U2 School !, (or October I, INIIU Test, I'an. rr KKNTUCKV. Memnrr Vs. W0. KKiWH Odd fc BY A SKULL CHIP. Krperlrnre of a Medical Mlaslsi rn.tr with t'nrlTltlied Null African, age, ran look back upon scores of commercial victories, each one of which lias furlough from hit work among the benefited mankind, for his liberality is heathen. "One morning I went out to ns bountiful as his business sagacity la look orer the ipeclmeni of rent or fan mnrielous. He wns born In New Ortlctl Injury which were awaiting treat now studying-leans, La., his parents being of French mrnt. There was pretty nearly erery i:XPI.ANATOItY. I. The Joyous riuininuns. V.l. "1 vras and German origin. When he was four kind or tropical illicnsc In the outfit from aore Angrr to dropsy, Mont of glad when they said:" It Is nluays u j ears old, his family removed to In which state young Hublnger the patient were well known to me, Joy to Im summoned with others to but among them wa one man whose something good. 'J his I'salm Is sup received a public school education. Alface unfamiliar, and who seemed posed to hnve been sung Just ns the pll most before reaching man's estate he to belong to a different tribe. Aa I grim band cllinKd up the hill to the secured patents on a number ot valtopped at hi place he leapnl to hli feet walls of Jerusalem for one of the great uable mechnnlcal inventions, theieby in actively ai a rat, anil from no me feasts, the social Joyous occasions of the laying the foundation of his present where In III scanty apparel dug up or, year, to the Jews, It was so good to be fortune. lly inclination nnd force of circumobject which he promptly handed to at the Holy City, the center of life nnd mr. it waa a circular piece of human religion of country nud of nation, the stances his attention wns early direct, Wull aa big around m a dollar, and focus of all that mnde the notion what ed to the manufacture of starch by Imi cry nearly ns thick. On the outer sur- It was; It was so good to be at the end proved processes, and In the course of face ome one had carefully written In of their exile, at tho close of their long, time he became the head of a concern Ink the name Lnpule. This must be hard Journey that they sang out their having on annual business of millions llut genuine ambition t think, the first case In which a man praiaea so loud that the other pilgrim of dollars. baa used nrt ot his own skull, In bands could hear them and take cour never quite satisfied with existing conditions, works ever townrd perfection, age. Itrnd of a lsltlng enrd. II. The Place. Vs. "J.et us go and nfter years of painstaking study "I looked the man over at oner to find out what the trouble was. He had had Into the house of the Lord:" The tem and research Mr. Hublnger has made a lome sort of a difference of opinion ple, the chief glory of the city, the ccn with his chief, and as a result of such tral light, the source of religion, the presumption hail rrcelted a stout club-I- symbol of (lod's presence, the gnto of mr. One of the blows had frartured Heaven. V. 2. "Our feet shall stand:' the skull, and for the time had knocked It. V., nre standing. "This Is a lively ex him out. When the old women who presston of the satisfaction and delight look after the science of medicine of one who finds himself on this high smnng these particular heathen gofwj ay of featal Joy within the sncrrd lioiii or I.apule they found that n iwrt walls, mingling with the throngof wor f Ids skull waa loose. To diffshlpers who crowd the courts of the iculty they pried the loose piece off temple, and taking his part, with a full nlth the blade of a knife, poulticed up sense of his privileges ns nn Israelite, the wound, and let nature do the rest. In the solemn services of the feast. The patient kept the chip of IiIh skull I'erowne. "Jerusalem," the cnnltal and the Inscription on It was the work city, "the Joy of the whole enrth," the ci tome passing trader. symbol of all that was highest and best "When the case came under my no In the nation, the type of thc.NcwJeru lire there was scarcely more thnn the solem. V. 3. "Ilulldcd ns a city that Is thickness of a piece of parchment left compact together: Klther In contrast or the skull otrr the brain, and tht with the scattered dtvrHiiics of the wound had practically healed. It tuniej country villages, "n compact line of JOHN C lIUIUKQEIt. out that Ijipule had made the Ion; stately buildings which form so Iiiiimiv Journry from his distant home to see Ing n frature of the capital," or, more discovery, which he considers the tnc, became this drgree of damage probably. In nllmdon to the fact that crowning event of his wonderful troubled him. He had the Idea that there are no more nnsle places, no career, and which is embodied In a the piece of the skull should lie set more gaps and heaps of ruin," I'e new article of commerce, known ns lied Cross Starch (Red Crns bark In pluce, and he seemed to hare rowne. mark.) He is planning to distribute great confidence In my nlillll v. It was Company. V. 4. "Whither millions of packages of this starch to III. The a great dltnppolntmrnt to him that his the tribes go up:" This expression is a skull chip could not be stuck back strongproof thnt this Is an early I'snlm the housewives of America, at a merely Although I did nil that surgical science for "it was a part of 'the Mnchlaiclllan nominal price to the consumer, in order prescribes for the protection of the thin policy' of Jeroboam to put a stop to this to make its merits known without delay. Thus, for but 5 cents two large spot In the cranium, my patient kept harping on the fesr that he might lose custom, lest such occasions should be 10c packages of Red Cross Starch may made the means of restoring the na be had, together with two magnificent Ida fragment of Iwne which might fall tional I'e Shakespearean views printed in 13 Into Improper hands and thus ploy the rowne. unity (I Kings 12:SC." mischief with him. The only way to It was Jerusalem was the place to which beautiful colors, or a Twentieth Cencommanded that tho tribes go tury Girl Culendar; or for only 20 pacify him was to string the chip on a copper wire and solder It about hli up; Oils act nm part or the Divine sys- cents 10 packages of the starch ai.d tem, and the custom was restored at a the entire series of eight Shaktipcarrnn neck."--.- V. Y. Herald. later day. "Unto the testimony of Is- views and one twentieth Century Uirl VACANT PANETlN THE DOME. rael." llctter, us It. V for n testimony Calendar views alone easily worth unto Israel, proving their deiotion to $1.00. Watch this paper for future limey's Vlrlorr at Manila Is Sag- - uod and Ills cause. premium announcements, of which rated for a .New I'lelarr la IV. The Character of the People. every hdy will certainly want to take list- - Capital. Vs. 4", S. First, They "give thanks unto advantage. While Mr. Hublnger will devote his name of the' Lord:" The very joy In the Interior of the dome of the the Is best energies to the manufacture ot praise Ood. Second. eapltol there hangs n big pnlntcr's scaf- of life toV. 5. "For there:" in Jeru- this new- and wonderful starch, he will fold, which hides one panel of the big salem, "nre set thrones of Judgment:" not retire from the various financial mural paintings that illustrate the lendenterprises In which he is Interested-str- eet ing eicnts ot the nation's history. Vis- It was the civil and religious metrop railwajs, electric lighting plants olis, justice, righteousness, the hatred itors uiually suppose that the scaffold of alt oppression, all wrong of every and the Missislsppt Valley Telephone . Is being used by cleaners. ltcsldcnts kind, nre the characteristics ot tht Co., with 10,000 telephone subscribers! iiutlce It. bac crased-tin Minneapolis nnd St. Paul nor will The scaffold has been there for SI true city of Ood. "The thrones of tht his augmented activity Interfere with house of David:" David and his sue- years. It masks a white vrnll and a cessors.especinlly "grent David's Great- his social obligations and exercise of story. the splendid hospitality which he ills- When congress decided to lave the er Bon," who rules In the city of God, penses at his palatial Keokuk home. mural historical paintings executed it and his rule la righteousness evermore. Mr. Hublnger s family, consisting ot employed a celebrated urtlst pained All sin la treason to the grent King. Vs, V. The messing. . lilmseir, wire and four children, is the V. Itrumldl to do tho work. Itdecidixl the Pray:" Uecnuse Ood Is the source of pivot around which his activity resubjects of the pictures mid approprivolves, and while fond of promoting the ated money for the work. Uruiuld,1 be- givenblessings needed, nnd they can be great "nterprlf.es, he Is still fonder ot only to those who so put their gan to paint. bis home circle, where he spends every When he wns half way around the trust In tiori, and so love nnd care for moment of time not taken up by busithe city of God, aa to pray for her. The ness dome Itrumldl died. Congress nppoii or public cares. Costsgglni, another famous painter, best blessings cannot be received by n prayeriess soul. They fall on It as rain to finish the work. THEIR OPINION OF HIM. desert. "Teh pence:" Itcst As Costngglul approached the end ot on a from enemies, peace nmong Its A his task he found that, either throng1) Illnwllard tlorrrnrarnt Clerk Whs his own error or llniinldl's, there were people, peace with God, pence Tried to alakr an Imprrnlun In the soul. "Ot Jerusalem:" Jenot enough pictures to go around. t'pnn Indiana. rusalem means "Habitation of Peace." Knnugh white spare remained for an"They shall prosper that loie thee:" winter a delegation of Indians other (minting. Tho nrtlst rciorted to the committee Ilecauie that means the lovo of what from ii far westrrn stHte, on a tour of of rougrrss which had chnrge of Die Jerusalem stood for and wns themrnns Inspection through the interior depart work. Its members told him to wait ot Imparting to the world, the knowl ment, i lilted the laudolliie, wierc tJiey while they derided on n subject. After edge of God, the character of Cod, all were Introduced to the clerk who hnd a little while they dvterminrd that the that was holy and loving and true. V. especial charge of their section of tho I'cnco be within thy walls:" To country, n bumptious little individual apace should be occupied by n picture allowing the driving of the last spike on those who belong to the city and that with ii big head. 1 his odicial proceeded which It represents, true Jews, true to oiiT)ower the rcdmen wltJi his Imthe I'nlon Pacific railroad. corre When the matter ennic uplu congress eoplcof God, within the fold, "Prosper portance, says n Washington for confirmation the opponents of Heit-nt- ity within thy pnlnccs:" The Inner spondent lu the New York Tribune. Stanford saw in it a scheme for dwellings, the homes ot the people. Grasping each one of them cordially his personal uggrandlcme nt nud they V. 8. "For my brethren and compan by the hand, he patted them patroniz fought It. The. plnu was defeated, and ions' Hikes:" Ho wav not selfish In his ingly on their barks ami then dclliered hopes and prayers. Ills wns no lonely long speech, explaining in detail the CostagginI was told to wait longer. He Is still wuitlug, l'rom time to Heaven. He "breathed n spirit of the work of the office, their Interest In It, time other picture hnve been pro- noblest nnd most unselfish patriotism." laying particular stress on the fact that posed, but no subject has seemed of suf- V.O. "Itecauseof thehouscof the Lords" h) was the motive power of It all. As ficient Importance to satisfy congress. He w 111 sock the good of the city, fur the soon aa their entertainer paused for breath the lilting Indians began to When the world'a fiilr at Chicago be- sako of God's house within It. grunt and talk among themselves. rilACTlCAU came u success It wns proK)scd to make "What are they saying?" usked the True religion Is never selfish. It ill- that the subject of the painting. Potclerk, ter I'lilmei', Moses 1, Handy, the board Ires to share nil Its blessings. It build I cgutlitlrat himself. expecting to hear high "Tell me what they of lady managers and so many oilier the walls of Jerusalem "for my bretl- - prnlre of ChlcagoaiiH wanted to be In It, however, ren and companions' sukes." The more nre saying." "I cannot tell you," that congress decided that Chicago Chrlstlunlty rules, the more Is done for preter; "It was not forreplied the Inter you to hear." wanted too much, and rejected the plan. the good of the people ns a whole. Hut the little man Insisted, and with Since then no picture to flit the place great reluctance the Interpreter finally VtKW ana Thlstlas. has been proposed, Many n. God-seaffliction has been jlrlded. "They said." he translated. A resolution to huve n picture of the "Little man, big head, heap talk, aa victory of Dewey at Manila painted In a bridle to check piesuinption. uotulug, much fool." God plans Ills own work. the spar Introduced Into both houses, The way to find more light ts to seems probable would not meet u disIt svarch for It w ith what you huve, senting vote. N. Y. Journal. The highest peaks catch the first nnd IndarslHa- - Iltr Demise. the last sunshine. How was the "Uncle Drummer God cannot help the man who does show at the town hall lost not feel the need of Ills help. Tom's Cal night? Tearing up the warning red llag,only Landlord Tettyvllle Tavern First Increasca the danger. rate! The audience was so pleased with The secret of unpiilnctk Is the assur little Eva's death that they encored hu ance thnt tliu Itulerjjf the universe a till iks dunt it ala.N. Y. Journal. our bapplncn. UamTlIorn. Ken-tuc- experience was that of Impute, who made himself known to me through the use ot a detached piece of his own ikull," laid a mcillcnl missionary on "Probably the oddest case within my Itesd 1'ialm HI. I.KlllTKItOM OTIIKHBCnUTt'nKa.-T- he llouia of Uod -I- 'sa. It. Vi.; IChron. HU. It; Joel MS; Isa.M, llsrk ll:IS-1For ; tho Church of Uod.-I'- ss. J:l: lis . t; OA. Zech, ll.l Ilrti. U:23. li. Ilsv M:-Chip.. 11, ; Acts John 1:21.14. TUB DATI; or this lslm Is unknown, It fits belt the times ot David and Holo- mon, except the, plural "thrones" In V C llut, whenever written, It belongs to s poll exlllo collection, Juit aa our modern hymn books are continually obtaining new hymns from very ancient dsys snd revising them for present ui. The application was to ina times arier tiis return wnicn wc are . 72:7-11:20-3t, 2:1-- .Specially Arrsnccd from Peloubet's Notes. CJOI.DKN TEXT. 1 wai alad when ther laid unto me. 11 ui co Into the noma of I ho Ixsrii.-I'- sa. IttiL Among the leaders of the progrecslrt element for which th mldlc west Is fniuoui Mr. John C. Huhlngcr, of Keokuk, la., reigns without a peer. As a manufacturer, ns nn enterprising capitalist and ns n philanthropist his fame has iprend over many states, and his financial enterprises have del eloped many obscure towns Into progressive, e thrifty and cities. Mr. wide-awak- Hublnger, although but 47 years of nu lllll More Cnnnlrrfelllnr. The Secret Service lis Just linear I licil Liml nf ratintcrfeiteis ami seeiiriil a The Vnanff llnsebatl Itnnter UrKc quantity of Iorim hhls, winch are so Ills I'alrrnnl In feel Too cleverly executed that the sverige perfin Prominent. would never suspect them of Iringitirioii. Tilings of Rteit vslne nre sIhsjs selet teil for imitation, notably Iln'trtttr's Htomseh Hitis a Chlc.ifto boerj of trade m.m, cl lie to a drurrc, hnv luxuriant, huihy side ters, which his many imitators lint no equals nhi'kcrs, clean chin ud upper hp, and he for disorders like indigestion, tlyi.ria,erin-sllp.ition- , He alio linn a son dearly loves b.iiebnll ncrvnuiners snd general dclrilily. six years old, who hum the game as dearly Alv.i)i go to reliable drtisyists who hnvo the rcnutation of givlrvg what you ask for. I doea his father, snd while the elder enjorn the playing in a solid, placid, contented wsy. the lioy huhblea ovei with cnlliutiaitn and Aero tit modi) fed. outronU all other rooters. At the his During the lait Ctticago-St- . Louii game wanting a end of week,two weeks' varstlon, lie telegraphed Ins father and son ist in the grand Hand under employer: third "Very sick, l'leaie hold my the Interne strain of knowing that St. Iiui. job. had two men on baica snd two out, and if hack came the man at the hat made a liae hit theicore ...Arid sll time you tills minifying reply: take want to get well. Anwould be tied. The latter imotc the ball other man ii holding our job.' Philadelheavily. It soared upward snd onward, far hack into what the baseball reporter calla phia hotlh American. "the left garden." Tlie llest l'rrerlillon for CIilllv Left Fielder Ryan wn there, and. after a long, hard ii'iirt, caught the lly on his linger ind Fever Is a IkiUIo of Unovr.'s TnnLr. tips and held it. The trnwd irreamrd .'mi.l.'l'oxtc. H.s simply Irnniiiiiliiiiininpin and the itnall ion of his father nearly .lUisleless form. Nin'iro no pn y. I'rli c,UK' went out of his skin for glee. The father merely imiled with dignity. Otie Itenson, Finally Ihe crowd crated its yelling after Green Why ii it that some doctors have the left fielder had doded hi cap thrice. so small a practice? There waa lilence as he walked to the bench DeU'itt It may be becaut.. they arc twirling his hlond mustathc with either practicing phyiicians.-CIevelleader. hand. 'lhen, with his father'a clean haven upper Don't be hoodwinked into buying s spelip in mind, nnd with a voice that drew the cial dye for wool and a specisl dye for cotattention of the ai.emhlcd hundreda toward ton. If your goodi should not be all wool, his devoted dad, the rooter fair-- you would have to buy two packages anil yelled: "O, pap. don't you wih you dye your goods twice. I'utnam hadclcii had s mustache like Jimmic Ryan's?" Chi lljes will color either silk, wool or cotton cago Tribune. st one time in the same vessel and you only have to buy one package. Stnnned with Woe. The gentleman with the red, red noie got Pint Young Attorney "You icem to be aboard the trolley ear, which, hy some very much attached to Misi Ooodcatch!" had stopped for a moment Second Young Attorney "Well, iho owni The silence was intense. 300 sufficient The little boy looked at the man with ths for acres of land. That's it!" Ohioground an attachment, im't State note. Journal. And the little boy didn't aik hia father in) thing. I'iso's Cure for Consumption ii sn A No. ''Merciful heavenl" muttered the fond 1 Asthma medicine. V. It, Williami, parent, "I am the father of a freak!" InIII., April II, 1881. dianapolis Journal. RUFFLES DAD'S DIGNITY. i"ni SUFFERED 25 VEARS. m if e Man-a-lin- y and y Congressman Dotkln, of Wlnfleld, Kansss 'In a recent letter to Dr. lUrtman, llotkm aj: ".My Dear Doctor It gives me pleaiun to certify to the exrei!cnt curative qualities . of your medicines--l'ru na and I have been alllicted more or les for s quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach snd constipation. A residence in Washington has increased these troubles. A few bottles of )our medicine hsve given me almoit complete relief, and I am sure that a continuation of them will effect a peris surely a wondermanent cure, ful remedy for catarrhal affections." J. D. Ilotkio. The moil common form of luinmer cais catarrh of the stomach. tarrh This is generally known as dyipepiia. Congressman llotkin was a victim of this diieaae years. twenty-fivcures theie easei like rasgic. Address Dr. Ilsrtmsn, Columbus, 0., for a free book. Tho microbes that causo chills nnd fever and malaria enter the system through mucous membranes mode porous by catarrh. heals the mucous membranes and prevents the entrance of rnalnrial perms, thus preventing; anil curing t'.icse affections. I'c-ra-- d Iloiut Seekers' Kxciirslnna via "Ills; Kuur Itoale." To the N'orth, Weit, Northwest, South-writ- , South and Southeait. Selling dates: August 1'itli, September 5th and liilh; and on October 3d and 17th, 1893, at one fare, plus 2.00 to authorized point! in the following itates: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, jlritiih Columbia, Colorado, Florida, fieorffta. Iowa. Indian Territory. Idaho. Kaniai, Kentucky, Ixiuiiiana. Michigan, In her apologies to her husband, a woman Isyi the blame of her fault on either her affection! or her nervei. Atchison Globe. Is a Constitutional Cure. -- Shakespeare. Hull'. Catarrh Care Price, 75c Men are men; the belt sometimes forget. Clinntsota. Miuimnni. Mmouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Caiolma, North Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, South Carolina(South Dakota, Texas, I'tah, Virginia, r..u iconni, Wioming, iv ..i i . a.innj4iuiii i ui tun iuivi iiidiiuu .iiu iui tieulars ai to rates, routes, tickets, limits, r privilege, eic., ca;i on .Agents "llig Four Route," or addrer the undersigned. W. P. Deppe, A. (!. P. A T. Agt., arren J. Lynch, Gen. Pass, Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, O. :t iop-ove- i CAPABLE HOOD A!mot anyone, when he can't think of anything cle to do, cats mmctliing. Washington Democrat. nmntnim.nl fnr tUm lilt. MOTHER' tri-d- e To I'nrr a Cold In One lakn laxative) Rromo Qulutnn Tablets. All druggists refund money if U fails to cure. 25c. "Hello!" exclaimed the fish. "Here to May?" "No," replied the worm: "I juit dropped in for a bite," Pliitadclpliis Record. Some men work hsrdct trying to atcorn-pliiuseless thingi. Chicago Daily News. Ir THE MA? KET .CinciKXATi. Sept. !:j. (I 3 vo 4 WO Select butcher- ft b to o Si UT 10 lit... J 41 ft 4 30 HOtJs-- CCsrseaiiit heavy 4i & MlseJ packers 4 40 . 4 01 I.lirht nhlppers )m ( 4 10) MIHni Chcice LAMIIS-Sprlt- lg 4 00 & S Si ft J ft) KIAlim-Wln- ter patent UVESTOCK-Cattle.common It!) NaitAl- 3 Oam-N- hei-No.ir- Nn red Cera No. ! mixed . O Itlght-eousnes- HAY Itre t'KOVlSIUNs IIUtTElt-ClioI- o. No. Prim- - to choice t : t, n O & Mi C8 I co dairy Choice creamery AI'1'L Choice to fancy.... POTATOES-P- er brl Lant Men pork (ill V ts i IM i H !l 10) it 50 ill t 40 V 0. 4 a) Ou 75 CAPABLE mother must be a healthy mother Tho experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation. Correct and practical counsel is what the expectant and would-b- e mother needs and this counsel she can secure without cost by writing to Mrs. Pmkham at Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Cora Gilso.v, Yates, Manistee Co., Mich., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham Two years ago I began having such dull, heavy, dragging pains in my back, mense? were profuse and painful and was troubled with I took patent medicines leucorrhoca. and consulted a physician, but received no benefit and could not become pregnant. "Seeing one of your books, I wrote to you telling you my troubles and asking for advice. You an swered my letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully, and derived so much benefit that I cannot praise v Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Cora- .rmm I now find myself pound enough. pregnant and have begun its use again. I cannot praise it enough. VPS? Mrs. Perley Moulton, Thetford, Vt., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I think Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an excellent medicine. I took several bottles of it before the birth of my baby and got along nicely. I had no after-pain- s and am now strong and enjoying good 1 I health. 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Lllrrarj HwlctlM, llrm Oollrg, Jnnt.lfW. Copy tor thin tvpurtment mu.t rench the edW. H. Murray passed through our to spenk to you itor on Ptiturdiijr prreeillng date ol lone. am hero I SCHOOL. HOME. FARM. town last week. ou good citizenship. What makes n Kdltrd 1T MM. Rl.UA II. YiiCVM, Pcn ol tho Edllrd liy Mm, KAtr E. Ittka, Tmfher In Kdlted tijr S. (!. Mami, I'rolcuor of HorticulA good citizen, friends, citizen! B. P. Murray wishes to annotinco College, Jforml Pfrrlmnt, norm College . ture, t Wallacoton lVrtr. College. of nil, is n man who olxjs tho Mr. Chnrlio Auderson is very sick. himself as enndidnto for matrimony. Thero aro n few things that I want Hrlng Up Worn-OI.nml. Somo weeks ago I suggested that citizen law. No man can bo a good D r. H. C. Sparks, a promiuont Dr Dorn to thowifoof Jas. Dakorngirl. us to talk over regarding children's 0. F. L, Drrtdtn, A'. '. I hnvo ft and violato tho law. No man can bo of Ammio Ky visited this p lace each teacher choose somo one thing rights. pleco of lautl of nlxitit '2Ti or IU) norcs, Mrs. 'arks has been sick this week, a law breaker nnd a good citizen. As which ho would try to tench upecially last week. On somo of theso wb shall agree that wai iMjught ns nn ndditiou to tho wo look about wo cnn seo who nru but is bettor now. Our friend James Clark is still Im- well this year, reading everything to fnrm I now own. Before its twrehiue, Mrs. Win. Hintt has been very sick good citizens. Who arc they! Thoy the hay had been cut anil soltl off for proving and his fino dwelling Is be found on it nnd thinking out tho partly, on othera wo may differ. this week but is somo better. aro tho men that olwy tho law. I. Every child hs n right to a 15 or Hi years, nothing being causes of failure, nnd the reasons for Hut that is not nil. Tho obeying Mr. Estridgo sold a bunch of cattle nearly complotcd. comforablo homo, to good, wholesome replaced, nnd scnrctly nnything Prico Bundy visited Cave Branch success in your former experience. of tho law will not mako you n good to Mr. George Goodlow last week. plowed. It wns not pnslured nt all. last Suuday nud reports a fino timo citizen. You can treat your neighbors It would plenso me very much to food, nnd to proper clothing, Wo Finally tho gross rnn out, nnd sinco I Mr. B. Colson and family loft hero kindly and Iks honest and livo to bo last week fur Indiana, anil wo lonrn nnd n warm reception. hnvo you writo mo nnd tell what you aro sum of this, then if we should have owned It I hnvo plowed it and 90 years of nge, and yet not fill yp Teacher's association will Imj hold not ngreo that no body under n year plowed it and put what hnrnynrd macitizonship. You that they aro very much dissatisfied. at our school district. No. l'J next aro trying to do. tho raoasuro of good old has any business to eat meat or nure I could, trying to get it seeded Mr. William Asher is building an Saturday. must not only obey tho law but you Thoro Is one linonlong which I wish Como everybody nnd down to grnss ngaiu. but I find it almust uphold th t law. You must help addition to his house, it will help tho bring "chicken and taters." that wo might nil bo working all tho iotntoos. looks of Wnllacctou considerably. most impossible to do this. If there '2. Most of us beliovo that our chilenforce tho law. A man horo in your It wns Mrs. E. B. Wallace, Mrs. Caldwell, Our old friend II. S. Cormack is In time, whatever wo aro teaching and dren have n right to as good nn edu- Is any such thing as land lioing robtown sees n crime an outrageous crime. That man goes and Mrs. Charlie Anderson visited our midst, nnd hnviiif? ronin from that is traiuiug our pupils to use good cation as wo can possibly giro them. bed, this lnutl has no suffered. Old residents in this placo tell of what lliu uti.iiu Ill'IM niHIU 1 llll Euglish and to express thomselves in homo and nits down and thinks cr Mrs. Wm. Weaver a few days ago. r good land this "used Considerable has been said in this to be," but I haps nobody knows this except mysolf. Rev. J. 11. Hows is holding a pro- and Griflinn fought, ho reports all clear and pleasant tones. about tho education of the schools tried one pieco Inst year, nnd druw That man is not a good citizen. Go tracted meeting at Paint Lick. Hcv. quiet at presnt. 1st. Expression is not very diffEly Tnvlor. son of Jack Tavlor ran at onco to tho proper authorities and Wm. Childer is asisting him. Thoy and it is about the things that our nearly ono hundred load of inniiuro Thore are having good meetings. into tho house nnd picked up an old icult to one who is full of his subject, children ought to learn iu tho homo upon about five or nix acres ns n top have tho criminal arrested. dressing, nfter I hnd tho oats harvestby in aro men in the country who want to Mrs. A. B. Estridge and Mrs. Mat-ti- e riflo inm. Ho had lust reached tho nnd wo often make a mistake ed (the grnss wed Mug sowed in the houso whenn reprot wns hoard; by sisting that our pupils tell what they that I want to spenk. get away from tho obligations of the Itamsey of Paint Lick were tho rt. Do you ngreo with mo that ono spring, whon the oats weio sowed); . . law. Ho must risk his life if need bo guest of Mrs. E. B. Wnllaco Thurs- ... . j "7 no uot know. nnd this year thero wns no hay ou it, to uphold, it. A good citizen must bo day 21st and enjoyed tho day. uenu wuii a uunoi uoio in ms mount To repent the words of a book when of tho very first lessons is obedience! only now nud thru a few roots of something more. Ho must bo n man It is supposed ho wont to blow in tho Jennie Eliott is very sick with tythe child does not evcu guess nt their If wo raclizo thnt ever body has n clover. Tho land is clayey, nud in that takes interest in the things phoid fevor. Tho doctor says she gun not knowing it was loaded. right to 1x4 mada to mind, not cruelly nice ihapn to work, but I cannot put around him. in tho state, in tho nation. There's alwaya hotw whilo there's meaning can hardly bo called oxpres I have on it every year, is a largo class of people who will get up again. Wo hopo to seo One Minute Cough Cure. Thero "An at- - sion. So in all assignment of lessons but quietly, firmly, kindly, wo would all tho ninnuru feel I not like buying very aro getting rlcli who scarcely oyer go her able to be out soon. oi pneumonia leu my lungs in nnd oversight of work wo must. Iw very seldom need to use tho stick in and do much fertilzer. Cau I bring it back Chester H. Brown, of Knlamazoo, jacK snapo aim 1 was near tno iirst to tho polls to vote, unless it is con.. . 11 . oau later years. by sowinn cow and crimsonVlov- venient. Just such neglect on tho Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspej.sia Curo Htninwnf mnamnnl nn lliw, Afinnfn SUTO lll&l IS JI0S8IOIC for the child If real obedionco wero learned, tho erf How should I go to workf Would part of citizens is what is bringing cured mo ol n severe caso ol indi- Cough cure completely cured me.", to learn something worth telling. this country to its present condition. gestion; can strongly recommond it writes Helen Mcllenry, Bismark, N. t Then thero must bo somo Impulse to children would Po much happier, it Ihj best to turn it into u&turot Aim. Wo disliko to givn ndvico Digests what you V. Gives instant reliof. Henry Ward Beechersaid, "A mnn; to all dyspeptics. tell it and, thirdly, e must help hi in They need never tease nnd worry ",x)!ll,,v1 nn.l crin.soti clover is not a Christian who fails to voto eat without nid from the stomach, themselves nnd parents, if they nre S.E. Welch, Jr. to cultivato accuracy and fiueucu of north of New York City nud euros dyspepsia. S. E. Wolch.Jr. when he ought to voto." only taught that a quiet "no' menus 'orwu hud thnt land in New Jersey, Sldoll. If speech. Now another thing, you must Ins a Collogo Hill we should assumo thnt it need limo Tho soldiers brought two of tho just man. What do you mean by 2nd. Stylo of expression is just as ll0 Mr. Thomas Parker is building a You seo the boy has a right to have nud organic matter. In our oxperi- Griffins from London to Manchester catching as the measle, and if tho just. Well you have heard tho story residence. Monday. Thoy are accused of killof tho Indian and '.o white man who lifo made ns ensv for him ns ho cnn, ,,c0 ""ch Iaml is quite likely to Im watermelon fiend has hcon his teacher talks in a drawling, hot wont hunting. And the white man, ' Thodays." ing Deputy Shuriir Thacker. kind of fnshion, he can- there will 1. troubles nnd tempta- - i,nt'Inm,7n!:idomur more sagacious than tho Indian, said, "best Married ou tho 18th. Edmond not oxject clear tones and n vigorous tions enough at liest. our girl will ,Pavy and wet. Wo would plow tho is "You take the buzzard nnd I will takoj Work on tho new M. E. Church Muray to Miss Amanda Muncy. manner from his pupils. meet enough trials even when she is land this Fnll nnd broad cast at least the turkoy, or I will tako tho turkey progressing nicely. Rev. H. L. !lrd. m)iiucIj of iiiou thoroughly subject to tho hlKbpri limo per and vou take tho buzzard." Either, Our, turnpikes in this sectiou nre lanje audienceMcMurry preached to n 1110111:111. Expression reacts at Pleasant Run Sun If n pupil opens his mouth white man got tho turkoy, undergoing much needed repairs. ''""ouiriff it iu nfter plowing. way tho laws of her own home nn.l her own' day. nnd tells in n clear, concise way what . i hen we would sow rye. Next Spring Just? "Certainly not. It was au out Mr. Nathan Harris whoso lifo wns Died Sept. 15, Mrs. Nelson Crnltou. ho knows, his thinking will bo clonror iHung. thin rye would either t) cut while very race UPOII tho lnUiail. mm a greater nlinnst ilnsn.iirpil nf n few iveks nra 1. 1 hen in everyday life children Sho leaves a largo numlor of relatives next time nnd his knowledge will be n, for row feed, or nil plowed wrong to himself. You must bo just. is up nml nui agnitli dcfiuitelv fixed. learn if ever the way to live (,.r nlwut tho middle of May and and friends Do unto others as you wo.dd that they But let n Ixiy or girl sit lazily in with others, respecting their rights packed down with a henvy roller, That s the f M Aunio Grimstead will, rent ,her Chas. Tutt of Knoxville, Tenn. is should do unto you , .o tho seat, or Maud iu n slouchy jkwi-tio- nnd cheerfully sharing motto you ought to tako with you j au.y 0 q jichmona e'njo:r thel-No- in this vicinity gettiug the right of their burdens. ""' wonltl then sow the Early Black and recito in n tono that expres-- ; PJfwubIjr In drills, :) inch- In somo homes tho law of kindnes es " "caUonal advantages of that classic way for tho Black Diamond Railroad. ses uncertainty and that recitation has npnrt. This can lxi dono with an you must bo a merciful nln J done more harm than good. "Not seems written on the very walls, onlirnnry graiu drill. From jmihI Love your fellow mau and show it by!10 " how much, hut how well," was ono nre pleasant, faces nro enrnest : periencu we would broad cast juut boyour mercy to him, or else you caunot . Tho following schools are progress-b- e Conway. of the sentences in nn old copy lxxjk or smiling as may be,--b- ut r n good citizen. You remember "? nicely: Ayres Academy, with 'ore sowing the peas, all wo could applies Mr. A. W. Edwards fo"' f tt of one pitrt inuriatw the story iu tho Gospel. The master! Miss Rebeccateachor, Mr.as teacher; e a few days, isHart, who has boeu sick nnd it certainlv told iu here. A few (.cow ling, animal-- , aro trintt-- l somo better. a pleasant, things clearly Jno. Ed-Hhad a deW and had him brought in. Cane Spring, Chapel, (colored) Mrs. Mr. K. Houloy is visiting his neice thoughtful tone and while standing kindly, nnd people tesectfully. owod him one thousand talents, wards; Js orris ihospato rock. If drilled, wo would position help lorenco Lame teacher, Children have a right to Ihi taught keep the ground well cultivated, and Mrs. R. M. Johnston, this week. j in a manly or womanly SI ,100,000. He told him he wauted of j tLo good mnuers, for n man mny Im ever at tho last cultivation sow Crimson the money. "Why, 1 cannot pay it." Should n stranger chance to pass Not much frost in this locality vet. ,0 AoveP nt tho rnto "Well but I will sell yourself and wife! through College Hill on Saturday I.'nrmnrflnrnvrrl,nr in ll.ir f1,"l,.r W0 WnntlH Otir homes, Ollr so learned or rich but Iks hated for his cl,ov,,r muoiig tho cow and our nation and your children." Ho said, "Lord, j evening and see tho "marble players P .'J l"M,,,w, Mr. P. M.. Lambert, who. has been fltttir t ilnnn 4itili- - rough, boorish manners. H,'I""; .T,u;ro ls mlf. 11 i WVHl H'UVil lili VtlO mnrn t. til hair be patient with me and I will pay (' collecting for their weekly game, ho at London lor some tune, is expected, . It is n lesson hard for some of us niakH mueh of a stnud in thocow peas, orHi Somo of J0U are lni,kiug u all. I can seo that good man, I can would think a crowd of adventures liome soon. tnko in having so much concott work. older oucs to learn that it isn't olile but wo have found that it pays to tako feel mololizing for a grand rush to some appreciate and understand and scnoois rete ivrano and lamiiy aro on 4 lieir ei navo visueii many nhL'fWl wiier.f a j to hk , t what ho felt towards him: and I can newly opened reservation, ,,riv.atu lfraitH mis nan u cliauco. In our practice 1, ,,1 T.u.on ...in.. fVt mill It. tinlllll W. in lr cow iMa vines nnd clover would appreciato and admire tho spirit "Best on the market for coughs and ..n ' wholo class allowed to answer at once. unless they have, of their own accord, tho bo plowed under iu tho Spring, nnd which said, "Rise up, thy debt is for- - colds nnd all bronchial troubles; for former home. ,,'a it..i'' n. w.'.ronK begun to tell of them. the field planted to either early sweet J'0!' Mr. Bud Gear, who has been clerk- - j given." 1 hat same leuow weui oui j croup ,t has no equal," writes Henry tho bright nnd to tho dull pu 5. Children have tho right to lxi corn or enrly ixrintoc, using n fnir and met a man wnooweanun. xie Whitford. S. Canaan. Ct of One ing for A. W. Hart, has returned to ' y trained to work. No girl ought to be miantitr of fertilizer in tho hill or h boy caught him by the throat. Ho nut Minute Cough Cure. S. E. Welch, Jr. bis home in Lexington whero he will drill. Wo usually sesl to grass or him in .prison. For only SIB. Tho remain a month. Vuesses is wrong but all followed content to livo with her mother year grain after potatoes, and where tho Estill master sent for tho man nud said, him and when tho teacher shakes after year nnd not learn to do the potatoes nre dug with u henvy digger . "How is it you can go now and put Locust Branch kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scion- things that her mother cnn do. and then worked over with a cutnwny this man in prison I" "Tako him Jacob Garret visited Alba Bicknell title compound having tho ondorso-- j ,ia ,lemj g,l0SM.8 nain. Each wml should feel tho resiwii- - If your father is a good fanner, you harrow, tho soil is loft in excellent con away and turn him over to the tor- Sunday. sibility of erer.v qtieitioii asked. So ....i.it mcnt of emiuont nhvsicians and tho ditiou. Wo would prefer to sow graiw mentors." Ho had no mercy. Ho "u"' i.!... u,u'? ii.: "" The Roses and Mrs. Gentry are recould not bo n good citizen. Mercy covering. medical press. It "digests what you nsk your quost ioui to tho wholo class. tlmt 1,0 c,i tonch, even if you not seed alone, nud would add clover in if you will, but let uo ono speak till the Spring. Ours h uot an oat counwithout justico would be a farce. (heii Bicknell and Combs aro prosper- eat nnd positive y cures dysjiepsta. xUso ha(1 tiulu to th!nk ml read-- like farming ami inieuti 10 uo n try, nnd our rotation is n short one, not But justice with mercy is a crowning .U.A. Kenton, Uloomingdale, ienu., i,.l ,nw of hands ind cato the r ' ,.ni..r. ous merchants here. requiring much grans. Wo feel sure glory. Elihu Bicknell is recovering from says it cured him of indigestion of iness to answer. Have concert w ork Now thero is something lso which, Then overy ono of us is doing that such soil ns you iltwcrilo can bo VRr",ty'!our child n ten years' standing. S. E. Welch, Jr. ST undo productivoby the use of limo, it takes to mako a good citizon. I a light attack of fever. wrong when wo fail to row peas and clover, with iwtnsh and know that Bomehow or other some Elba Bicknell is sick with feve r. London pupil inn class has uJ" ns good an example before him rock fed to tho cow-jie5th. Every bovs and girls now who aro being Dr. Johnston is waiting ou him. crop. Somo Tho striking mimers, six hundred right to hear and uudoistand overy . as wo l'un- of tho results with this system on xxr educated talk and argue, "Whon I am Miss Aimer Bicknell visited Miss in I hnvo know n a fathertu whip n boy ground are almost miraculous, but wo recitntion made by overy pupil. Tones t, number, at East Berustud and educated and get a diploma I must Lillio Kindred Tuesday night. so much aaclenr not do any more hard work." I underLaurel county, went to work need not be loud heard from ono nud fnr HiinLr. nf Hint fnirie l.lmwK .liil1 hesitate to recommend the cow pea G. C. Gentry, the merchant, of this end ve may not have had the chance to the northern growers, nnd can only deliberate to be stand that you aro taught differently Monday on an ndvanco of ten per of a class to tho othor. that wo want our boys nnd girls to advise a careful trial ou n small scale here and I congratulate you on that. placo has sold out to his two cont. They signed a contract to Will you pleaso watch yourselves j havo ijUt wo know that wo cotiVf livo to lxgiii with. South of Now York No man can do his duty, no man cau and your pupils as to tho correctness b,f0ro tbom cleau, moral-n- ay, Misses Maud Bicknoll and Sallie work until June next. be just, merciful, firm in upholding City wo consider it well settled thnt nnd pleasantuesH of Christian-liv- es. Every day your with limo, cow pens aud tho mineral the right, unless he works. I do not Hubbard weie tho guest of Mrs. CynDo Witt's Little Early Risers perma- of expression, week we will talk of child is putting into his character for fertilizers, any worn-ou- t tones, and next mean labor that takes tho life out of thia Bicknell, Monday. thnt is nently curo chronic constipation, bil- somo of the mistakes in words that ljf0 MJiat you are! "Come, let us rensonnbly well located,soil can bo you. but I moan such labor as you Misses Aimer Bicknell and Lizzie Kith our children." brought bnek to usefulness. ought to perform in the duties of life, Gentry attended tho Association at iousness, nervousness, and wornout we are nil making. We Southern peoplo unfortunately Cavo Spring Sunday. feeling; cleanse and regulate the enclass all labor with slavery. We are Bon Skimmer has bought a farm tire system. Smnll, pleasant, nover just getting out of that shadow. of Jas. Bicknell in Jackson, County gripe or sicken "famous little pills." There is no Kind of work upon earth whero ho will build a house. S. E. Welch, Jr. that is not dignified. Tho man that Misses Lillian and Nannie Bicknell pecks rock upon tho roadsido, the spent Wednesday night with Miss Mlddlosboro. blacksmith, tho mechanic, tho merShelby Webb killed J. M. Combs chant, the physician that waits upon Sallio Hubbard and attended Associ in Lislio couuty last Thursday. Webb the patients, tho lawyer that stands ation Fridny. A largo number of young peoplo was slightly wounded by Combs. tin for riirht at all times, and tho preacher that stands in tho pulpit, all from hero attended tho Association Thoy fell out over a quarrel among theso must work. But mind you tho at Bonr Wallow where they were wel- - their children. Webb has uot been man that pocks rock upon tho road- - jcomou Dy jolly trtonus and plenty ot arrested, side and does it well is entitled to as i dinner. E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was much honor as any of tho others. For wounds, burns, scalds, bores, A girl who can go iuto tho kitchen skin diseases und all irritating erup-nn- d cured of piles by DoWitt's Witch Had makes biscuit and coffee is en- - tions, uothlng so soothing nnd zel Salve nfter suffering sovontoen to as much respoct for that as ing as DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, years, nud trying over twenty remethough sho wroto a poem that stirred Mrs. Emma Bolles, Matron Euglo-th- e world to its center. And if I was wood Nursery, Chicago, says of it: dies. Physicians and Surgeons it. Bownro of daiigoroua conn- a youuff man now, I would not marry "When all elso fails m healinir our a girl that could not bake biscuit or babies, it will curo." S. E. Welch, Jr terfoits. S. E. Welch, Jr. n irntxl enko. I would not caro how H.mtthl. ft "1 1 iiiwwu lUi'Mv- - ouu v...4 f It? IT w ftif mi' smi it I'ftl.Alul Tea l IM Ol u.v.j- - CIACLPIOPCAIINET tUHOICX Sf WIMQ MACHISt .tl,.lki,r U.li.Mi.u,luleU'lWK IV uv a.i u iw.?-3iim.,. i&jiuru x. tii.it.fc.u tliiur.' tiiirl if vnn fin not no till Pest ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN DEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS grade of work, you tiro going to bo .. klk u .CU.OO. suit lilt i.atlT.11 A chanci: rou behind. I wish 1 could make you .IIMHUIUVIiMf li Mi.o tK l loft fcrtJfriirbt t brntiroik i:vi:itYiionv IMS ,itini tfir ...ht c u - uini i CI.'E It IHItl KUIIIHJ THAI I foul tonight that God will uot smile ' ' . ,1 tiot j' uroMun mr l w iet n work, and whatupon you unless you In Koiitucky. No Huloons. Over 20 teucliern, TOO utiiilontH (I'roni HO Ntutea.) ItoNt Lllii-ur, f ul ... $10 tlU, ill. 00, llUdulir, h. ever you do, do tho host you can nuu.. c.uiu.r. butiikiur i(.ut Imue .PiM'lli. rr 1111,111 u1. mk itsi Well, now wo have to obey tho law, uphold the law, hnvo justice and iner- - QEWARE OF .MlTATlOritU r. For tlioso NOT riuflicloiitly advaiicod to uet iv teuchor's cortlllcntm UA t.rtM.lj,' ')k.i.ii ll.ui.m il' iuimi..ul,lMUI oy, aud work. 4. vti.t. tti i.MM.rrl-- .. ultiH.ou.k.r..h.r.riciu.. .tar I. . Trndo Schools : Carpeutry, llousowork, I'rinting two ywira. Suppose wo were nil good citizens. THE BURDICK rva,,,'eukt,7,';",r1,J1i ' II. iloilel Schools, preparing for Normal and .the udviinced courses. UHIIIK Htlll U BIH. HIIH Tl'ij What n country this would be! The MIIL, 1ltoJbf(b. For tbono Hiilllclently udvnncoil to got n tuncbor'n cortllkuto t ffttHII II, UiA n. .1 .r la Amrrfr.. Unffod States is tho poer of uny III. Kurming nud Agriculture, gardeuing, forttry, etc, two years. J.itt't.faiatl llv.lalUM.. Wo livo in a ? country ou thu earth. ran but. IV. Domestic Scionco Sowing, Cooking, otc. two jeara. SOLID 9UftHTER SAWED OAK f worship God overy- - i time wIihh wo can V. i,ffti Normal Courso for teacheni three yearn, with practice teaching. t urtttii t t.'.. h.n, ui'i ,.nf tr- iu fu lUntftiiUi lo andh mur Inukit, whore, ou laud and ou sea, In the 1 ti hr VI. Academy Courso fouryoarn, fitting for College, for busineaH, und for life. .iri. plem(or oirah palaco or iu tho cottage. For tbono more adviuiccd : VII. Collogo Couraos CJasMicnl, 1'hiloaophlcal, und Lltcrury. and it vrftUtii a. Usd.3.(iJieui atn.nIlt ii Anlth, rti.t awi rl Or wr pulls, mti four ccl( But tho grandest thing of all is to m mhmlblroiitawd. Adjunct Dopurtiiioiita t , VIII. Music- - Itood Orgnu, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. f t.n-i- thrc(liriirlbntln riulrrliikim hkJ, piMiLitcfJurin buttl,ftUl-.riAlifeel and know iu tho years to como boLMa virx'r? aOjurUtriu i. Uiit Unrlon Ubvntur lmrroftlioi-IX. Ilerea Oenornl HospitalTwo yearn course iu tho caro of tho sick. in it. lfniirtlahittt eirrier mUnlnMilkUf kbrl. ftditlfUbl that you huvo been ono of tho good md tk.An.lri.li GUARANTEED h Uchifat r.l-- . mi 1r.bU u4 Mttv! Unrea placa tlin host odticutloit iu reach ot all. It is not u monoy-mnkininstitution. Its instruction is a citjzQiis. Accopt my wishos for your .! m.m 1Cs kauia Ktrw kmmwm mAliLmt l .Hik.J It aims to help thosu who vuluo oducutiou and will holp themselves, and chnrgoa u small incidental foo t ruction Iiook ulUJutt bow aayontrkri rnn Hand dotHbtrpUlnvr any freo gift. welfare, each of you. Muy you live urk. 1 lo.ft r VI4Im UruiMlt Mut with ivarir tnarbliM. klud tf Udc of tho school apart from Instruction. Students it costs you nothing ft"ir,.uiw?irmr.rJ!jr4l1 to meet oxpenseH bo brought within $'21, ubout half ot which must must also par for thulr board. Exponsod for term pleasant lives. May you bo useful (12 weokri) muy be paid in advance, 4.00, and ihta If aonvlMad thai you arv aavtoir to Ktt.W, 7 your frcliciil trail tha S16.AO. To bit rut 101B 9li.o ifaiany tlma wltbln thrva wontbfirna aay youaraool aaUaflad. OEDI may tho world when you citizens, and Tho school Is endorsed by Baptists, Congregatlonalists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of 1tDlI. thorm,hlr rrlUblt,- - tAhor. D0NT DBIAY. IScara, Kobil. Co.ar go.fromJljHU.whwr nnd better .forever. MtM, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III. nil denominations. For ityormation or friendly advice addreit tho The Counties. Madison County. Clay County. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE THE THE ut V' pn-xj- .. ..-- 1 ix-n- s las Th ""'' tiii-mu- st n Rockcastle County. es ( nf-no- c"c''f , Ill-i- ,f.' J 1 ' 1 ,,1 I County. ,Tng aqu,cL I r... io Slger. , Altn-mon- sons-in-la- ,c ! hoal-title- on-dor- I I'-'- i, hu ' , rim- - a ''' a- i .4., Jl'rl7l ;?".b"; ' r, BERBA COLLEGE y Htock-niiMin- . m s- . (l .jlTf: c . , f g QUO, T. FAUtOlULD, LL. D., IJoroa, Madison Uo., Ky.