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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 4, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899100401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 4, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000. The Citizen. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. "an independent! WLbKLY MMM 50 c NO. t Year 16- - VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 1, 1899. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, I'.IIITOIl ami MANAdKH. Personals and Locals. Burdetto'fl Mill in busy. will bo eonlin ' rutllibcl at odlw ol Till: OITI.HN, Ilorca, Kuteml of the tSfl-nffit- t Ky. M at Jlnra. AY, riiw ntnUmattrr. trcmvt YK ureprciHinil to rlotli joi wllh the lament (irlml, rlglitljr mailc. atnoltiteljr Mr. Ogg visited friends in Lau ll i)l( lnlhlnlii America. ItlRlitly mmle, an It Is of fmnnii- - "Vital" Ilmnd wtur CliitlilnTllnrcl rm ailrlrlljr wlditlflc ltli In 1cii. well thoonljr rcmljr-tIDGAS. rel and Clay counties and took agront militated workmomv I'erfcot fitting ami irr ml.tliiR, ttinuv the IniMe, the -Ono way to prosper is to keep fow many pictures. Vitals' Hie very life- of the garment I larifiilheai in making ripfifiit the i t ill time ami Ihoiight, ami It a ilechM rontnxt to the tailoring nvn In er dogs nritl moro sheen. The Citizen will havo one of tho Clothing. The Fabric that we !inw are the very iiniot iirtlliiarr reailjr Ah tho weather grows colder wo best olliccs in tho statu when wo get ileolgtu that will hoHt'ii Ihta ijn. Many conflncl rxelutlvrly to in, In the face nf must clolho onr children bettor, and into the Hanson Building. The IivmI extraordinary Iraluri. comMrilng our great oflVr l, that c the lirc inn ami ilo Mil our I'tothliix at uot keep them out of nchool. W Tho foundation for tho President's IfH moij in not In somo rospects house waa finished Thursday by Tlco w ahead of his father It in a discredit to Gabbard. thctu Iwth. Clothing for leu money Than elww here, How can wre afford to acll inch C. F. Hanson has a gasoline light Ho sure and rend tho story on our than elxwhcre? Our amwer la nure anil rlmple; (lun la a molern More, conilrucliil iu tho livery stable. The light is a l anM on the tmallcit manrln of profit, last pago it Is an Interest! ntf tin a Mrltfly on rotrrlrc lan, onr Clothing depending on a larga volume or luiilnrai. The more Clothing Me aell, the greater dlniouovol, and as full of truth an a great success. lhat'ithc ,,"T" ourpurchairfngKiwfrthlowfrour.rIcr, Prof. Wilson, a former teacher iu chapter of tho Bible. la still a chanco for a foir Beroa College, has given up music and There more young men to work two or threo expects to tako a course in Pharmacy. hours a day on tho farm while attendTho upper story of the Hanson ing the Col lego. Building will bo partitioned off into offices in front and a court room in the rear. The Wide World. port can do justice to its merits. Ho A TESTIMONIAL. showed tho placo of education in huWhile tho Cubans nro complaining Rov.and Mrs. Dorthick and Miss Bebea.Kt., Sept.'2fl,lMK). man progress aud tho about tho action of Oon. Ludlow, the Embreo were in Richmond Thursday. benefits, finanMutual Resebve Fend cial as well as spiritual which Berea Military Governor of Havana, in virGeorge Pow will le back in the Association, Life tually placiug tho city under martial winter. confers, aud drew n striking picture New York. law because of tho threatened strike of what th.t region would bo without Faculty club met Friday night and Dear Sirs: V imvH this dav received of tho laboring elornunt there, thoro is was ontcrtained by Prof. L. V. Berea. Ho declared that Berea oives through your agent, Mr. J. V. Chaney no doubt that the action was justified Dodge who told of his experienced in THE BEST EDCCATION-- FOR THE JIOXEV of this place, your check for 5JOU, by tho aituntiou. A genend strike in tho army. o. .u.Hn, OF ANT SCHOOL IX THE LAND. Wo balance Hue on jwncy liv our son James W. Ames, greatly regret that his steech was Havana would seriously retard tho Mr. Kindred from Miind Bear held pmgrtwi of organizing tho insular Knob, who was visited by the Moun-tia- deceased, S!0O having Immmi voluntar uot written, or taken dowu in shortily advanced to us hooii niter ms ueaui, government. It would cripple many Day Excursiuists Saturday, none of which according to the terms hand for publication, for Judge Industrie, and create diwentionB, spent Sunday in town. of the contract would to due lor Goodloe is a man whoso words are which would l)o alow in healing and weighty and worthy of remembrance. about (iO days yet. Wo desire also to express our gratpiny havoc with tho work of regeneTho "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J. Sfpiire Baker, whose largo family rating Cuba. Tho agitator who nro Kirkmau, Bello Rive, 111., says, '.'After itude for the courtesy and considerabeen educated at Berea, spoke tion granted to us, nud for tho promptIwhind the demand for uu eight hour aufferiug from BrouchinI or lung trou ness with which this claim has been disappearance of tho prejudice working day, earoinothlug for the ble for ten years, I was cured by Ono adjusted and paid, and it will bo our on co existed agaiust Berea, and results of their efforts, and are Minuto Cough Cure. It ia nil that is pleasure at any time to recommend affirm,..! that if he had an inheritance ; .. , ,, doubtlma influenced in their actions claimed for it and mpre," It cures the Mutual Reserve Fund Lifo Ass'n oi $uuo, no woum rejourn iu gnu to our neighbors and friends who ui;fy unpolitical reasons. Tho present coughs, colds, grippo, and all throat desire economical and reliable insur- $1000 to such u work as that of this military government will not permit and luug troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. ance. College. His remarks did not lose in the iKwr to. be made martyrs of in Very Truly Yours, interest from being impromptu. Rev. ang Mrs. Dorthick, Mrs. (Signed.) Geo. Ames, order to help the claims of some Squire Settle read a very able paMalissa Ames. small-frGould, and others are taking dinners Cuban jwliticians. per on Berea and the educational MEETING FOR BEREA COLLEGE. Filipino InHiirtronlH IlItl'M ntfnnlfrwl ut the Ladies Hall, which is unus needs ol this region, which will Iw ually popular this term the American lines from Imu Speerhnliy Jiulge (lixxlloe, Squire .Settle. printed in some future number of to Bacoor. Thoi.L. Houtt, graduate of Bereu, Sqalr lUker. Mra. Erly. ml Other. Tub Citizen. Nothiug will come of the This meeting, held Sunday evening, conference between Gen. Otis and expects to attend Gammon TheologMrs. Early gave a beautiful tribute attended as it ical Seminary at Atlanta, graduating wits not ns largoly Aguiualdo'a representatives. Iweu, but was one of to the College, and pictured the needs Gen. should havo Oils cables that the onemy'a sole ob-je- in May 1900. of tho mountain people, and Mr. great interest and enthusiasm. is to secure the recognition of tho After singing, scripture reading by Early followed iu tho same lino. Mrs. Jennie Elliott, of Wallaeeton, Rev. Palmer, aud prayer by Rov. insurgent government. Tho last address was by Mrs. Frost is recovering from a seigo of typhoid Derthick, President Frost introduced Oct.2,18W).The Boom killed 37 fover Dr. Cornelius and Miss Mollie tho subject by saving that God had who starts tomorrow for Cincinnati to Britifth soldiers and are eager to carry Settle, of the Hospital were in attend- wrought great things through this bo gone perhaps for many weeks, aud school. This very day in one thous- who said she was thankful for tho on tho fight. ance. and churches former Beroa students aud prayers of her neighbors, Messrs. Chas. Reynolds, Elder aud havo been preaching, teaching, and interest Within a month or no 10,000 Amershe was to expend Morris arrested William Williams of sincine tho Gospel, and in ten thous and thankful that ica!! troops ought to roach Manila. If her efforts for so irood a cause. Tho Aguiualdo is really opening negotia- Clay County for stealing a horse. A and homes there has been light and joy because of Berea. The object of interest became intense as she was tions for peace it ia creditable to his reward of ROwn out for him. the college is to holp every body. speaking, and there were tears prudencoand knowlodgo of coming J. W. Neely expects to take a Tho college still needs teachers eyes, aud a gentle murmur of conditions. course in Pharmacy at the University with hearts full of love, citizons who applause as she sat down. will make good homes for students, of Michigan at Ann Arbor. His adThere woro prayoreby Mr. Osborne, permanent incomo. dress is 709 N. Uuivereity Ave., care and a large With all tho endowment the college Mr. Teeter), and Mrs. Hill. NATIONAL NEWS. of W. S. Parker. already has many thousands of dolSome words about Berea's great Five years' oxperience with woman Through the inadvertence of the lars have to be raised every year for benefactor will be of interest. suffrage has so gratified thopoople of V. W. C. A. ladies, a certain article current expenses, The new endowwill iu largo part meet theso Pearsons' New Pledge Colorado that the Legislature has by thorn borrowed, mot with an un- ment needs. adopted joint resolutions formally happy accident -- "contaminated by Dr. Pearsons will give 550,000 Everybody is interested in Dr. D. ndvisiug all tho other States in the unholly touch." moro provided $160,000 are raised K. Pearsons, the great friend of odu- uy aiarcn i, imw. Union to adopt it as tending to the Tho Y. W. C. A. has been enjoying trom others Ouo thousand dollars came Friday cation who is doing so much for tho advuncomont of a higher uud better tho visit of Miss Cora X. Crosby, tho from Rev. Chus. F. Dole, who receut - young i.eoplo of this region. He was social order. Houthern secretary of the Young ly visited Berea. and who gives it out 1)0ru ; tle mountains of Vermont in Women's Christian Association, on ol a legacy ot so.uiai which no nn Wkuers Famous Band. Tho faSuch gifts make inherited. Monday uud Tuesday of this week. just endowmeut a ery sacred fund. mous Weber Baud will offer somo odour dities during its engagement at the Miss Crosby addressed tho girls sev- This makes $,TO.0OO alreadv secured. Lexington trots, Oct. J to H, uud will eral times and has left behind her a Tho President aud his wife will play selections with variations for great deal of enthusiasm for tho work both devote themselves to this work every instrument, which will nud is raised. Helping inanr pleasant memories of her- - till tho entire Hum demonstrate tho perfection of the Bereu o help ounelves,our neighbors, band individually und iu the ensem- Hlf. our country, and tho cause of Christ. ble. Most of these numbers nro beJudge Goodloe gave a most noble Prof. 15. G. Dodgo ontortniued a yond the ability of ordiunry bands, goodly number of friends last Thurs- aud eloquent address, and no brief ro- and will surely enthuso tho audience. day night with photographs of old Register. world architecture uud famous paintings. Tho eveuiug was on joyed by Until Farther Notice Cummings, Cal. all who were there. T. (5. Pasco. Subscribers to Dear Sir: EnMr. John Vuudorpool of Xew York sis closed you will find 50 ceuts for City, camo to visit Berea ou Friday, THE CITIZEN which please send mo The Citizen having 1820, aud became interested in Chrisseen our quartette of Chaufor ono year. Wo are glad to seo the tauqua, she may get ulso tian education through acquaintance expressed great iuterost new pajer from Berea and through iu tho work, purchased several homo ivttli MWv T.vnn. tub Toledo Blade or this medium hopo to hear moro of spun und loft a small the dear friends in Keren, und ouco in gift to tho student aid fund. t The Louisville Commercial ;; Bore'u College, that wo remember ho Tho improvements in tho Nichols i! wvcolleRiH, through which ho i;, well. Oiirraneh sent 11,000 jwunds House, which is to be a headquurters !! noil) young neopie 10 an euueauou For 50c a Year. of wool und 200 heiul of cattle to San for teaching sowing ami cooking, uro T 1 I... me uereii ill II iiouui lie All for $1 00 a year. Francisco market this Spring Havo nearly complete. A 1. Illwll llv .t9.vl III t'u, mill 111UM.1 uin boon riding iu tho saddle constantly "It did me moro good than any"When Berea will raise oI Miss everyday for two weeks. Iu this thing I ever used. My dyspepsia ? $150,000 for endowment, I will add lifo wo also realize what wo weio wus of months' stutiding; after eating I iimko this gilt to all lm- Once Come taught iu our college days, "uo ex. it wiw terrible. Now I urn well," and esiKHiially to the Invnl cellenco without gioat labor". writoa S. H. ICocuer, Hoisiugton, Kan., iwfml. nf tliiiriii mntiiilnlliH " All subscriptions must come t"wl Yours most' truly, of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests This money has now beeu raised, through The Citizen. Howard S. Fee. what you oat. S. 12. Welch, Jr. utl when it brings in interest the ued noxt week. Ernest Todd Is doing n good photo business at Wagcnivillo. Mr. D. F. Whito expects to attend nchool at Knoxvlllo. Ilov. Elliot, Blatn Evnngolist of tho "Christian Church," visited Boron on Sunday. The Mormon Article A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for thfe Fall and Winter I "JENNES MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 CLOTHING " - Season in Men's! and Boys' Fine Stylish, Made ft. Wat Main St. RICHMOND, KY. LESS MONEY high-grad- e The Berea Monumental Co. When you mwt The remit of good icork und reatonable prices wiw have cmtomers in all parti of the State i that we Anything in the monumental line us know and we will tend you design COVINGTON & MITCHELL and prices Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Ky. Kodol Dyspepsia Nature i A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. Office on Main Street, In Masonic Illdg. upstairs. n Cure or-ha- , .i In utrentrthenlncr and rnvin. Btructing the exhausted digestive latest discovered digest-,- ., 8ns- ant and tonic. No other preparation approach It in efficiency. It stantly relieves and permanently cures yancpsia, inaigesuon, rieariDurn, jiaiuiencc, sour siomacn, Nausea, Sick ncadache,Gastralgia,Craraps,and all other results of Imperfectdlgestion. prpara ty e. c. d.wiu ace cijieaao. S. H. WliLCII. Jit. It artificially digests the food and aids Digests what you eat. Yon Want GOOD GLASSES llai In-th- at j sliuc ALL. IF YOU WANT TilKM A T t0 ,d)a,t T0r Rri. ot 2" Tkf?Jtf!LTO.n.l,A, to your eyc until I know what needed. M , , 1 LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, eyes examined trvr. A Nice line of Novelties in JEWKLRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Berea., Ky. at Residence. Jeweler and Optician. Oflico Job Printing Dirt Ch ap We arc prepared to do all kinds of Job printing at very cheap rates. Here are a few sample prices: Si 25 500 White envelopes 00 500 Ruled Note Heads 1 25 . 500 Ruled Letter-head- s 1 50 . 13 lines 500 500 Regular Statements . 50 1 00 500 6x9 Hand bills . 1 Bill-head- GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S LIVERY. H. C JASPER, M. D. Offle In MEDICINE and SURGERY, Prithtf BuMne, Richmond, Ky. Telephone 103 & 109 s 1 " 500 9 x 12 " 500 Business Cards . II V 1 1 50 25 E. B. McCOY, Dentist; trill J'tiwy thr juvlagr o any one qf the ahore m, or on the $mnll hamt bIU$ r itntertor .7) cent butlmu mrrf, "i efnU tttra, Ordert Miul be paid VER flaMy. for In adrnxce. Write tlie Berea, Kentucky. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. OGG, Photos. Best Finish Mail orders carefully attended to. liy STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. College will huve some sure income. He now writes (April '911) that ho is so well pleased with what Berea is doing that he will do the name thing Proprietor. Nothing Bat The at the Lowest Prices. again I I -- I 'J bed-cover- s, I tteit-vie- i Don't It at In this way Berea will bo made ublo to carry out its great plaus for helping all young people toward nn edu-- ' cation. He is not willing to help any ex-- ! cept those who help themsolves. Again and again he nays, "Every stu dent must pay something -- he must show that ho values 1111 education. It does no good to furnish u free lunch." There will soon be a million young men mid young women who will ho happier and more useful because of what Dr. Pearsons has done. Dr, Peursous nlways selects for himself tho colleges which ho will is useless for others to hen the uews of what he ,wd doiw for Berea appeared an army of collego presidents started for Chi- .,. n n.. ..r.. to say No ! DENTAL SUJtGEHY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Jittllding, Main Wreet, JiMnnond, Ky. Trlriilume, Ilrnlilrnrr, No O;, Office, No 00. bURTON, The Photographer, UKAI.KK IN AMATKlIlt SU1TI.IKS Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about llerea a upecialty. J. C. MORGAN, Building ... 1 Ojfice Hours, X to U A. I to SJ M. Natiouul Bauk Richmond, Ky. T T T Dental Surgery, J., DESIGNS AND Ir I Eat plonty, Kodol Dvsnepsia Curo will digest what you eat. It cures all tortus 01 uyspepsia aim stoumeii trou- suys, "It relievetl mo from tho start nud cured mo. It is now my everS. E-- Welch, Jr. lasting friend." nEMTSADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY TRADE.MARKS COPYRIGHTS UBIAINtU Aktf " Noticu la " luvi-uuvHook "How to obt&lii l'ulenU" Wo fee U1I patent la tecored. Charjtt moderate. LettcnttrlcUr confidential. Addreu, E. 0. SIGCERS, Patent Liitr,Wllhlngtoa, O.C. FREE v, that they. were, even at that time, a dead Intention to halt there mors than an hour or so, which I, hoping that' I would havs letter, and that the zeal of the guards waa CENTnANGUES SCORES A OINT. rivers gently glide. better luck than at Ilucine, Intended to merely inspired by the prospect of making sprtading harbor's restless spend in trying to hire an animal of some llefore 1 had gone fifty pares, however, I something out of me, which they did on this became aware that there was some law left occasion. I knew Florence very well, having While flashing Km of Uvtrg sunlight kind to ride. We stopped at the Hell Inn, near the gate. In Monlcrarebi, for a warning cry mada me been there under circumstance very differBlow, and. after a ileal or bargaining, which con look over my shoulder, and I saw a party of ent to the present; but aa I hurried along And ever onward laughing bubble r!e: 'UeholiI far, fur heneash the shifting tide. sumed a good hour, the landlord agreed to the city guards, who had discreetly kept out the crowded streets, I began to feel I wss Clear the stalnlesa ( undi hire me Ins mule for two crowns. I he ras of the way w hen Urico and I crossed swords, somewhat uncertain aa to whither the road how, cal wanted ten at first. Just aa the matter hurrying towards me. Tho same glance, led. I judged it prudent, however, not to A record fair, traced daintily below. waa settled a dozen or so of troopers rode showed me tlut the ancient was already In make Inquiries, but kept my eye on the Of wavrs thai tool and break and then in, and, spying the mule, in the twinkling of their hands, and was being dragged alonj sharp lookout for a hostel suitable to my subiMe. with but little regal d to hia comfort; and purse, which wa diminishing at a fearful purposes. Bo When th fitful waves of fortune break an eye, claimed it for carriage It was in vain thai the landlord protested I felt sure that now, aa the troop was gone, rate. 1 stopped for awhile at a street stall Upnn the bmam of life' restless tea, vengeance At cloud drift melts to blu without a thnt it was his last beast, that it had been the citizens would wrenk their he would on to satisfy my hunger with a cske of wheat I robber, and hired to the noble cavaliere, meaning me, this sign. and a glass of milk, a wholesome, but un lucky if he escaped with life. As for me, palatable lievernge, and entered Deep written on the heart's pure tcroll they and man) other things beside. The soldiers intof onvcr the catchpolls being out, they no doubt res station with the 1 make were deaf to his entreaties, and, although It rame out A record plain, whose lights and shruie soncd tint they might as well net me. To that I was in a difficulty about a lodging. had more than a mind to draw on the vil decree, lains, had the good sense to restrain my- stop and resist would only result In my be- and the man promptly told ma where one CelTs chilling fate, or love's warm glow self, for the odds were too many against ing ultimately overpowered, and perhaps roulil be procured, and added to hi kind dlvlr.e. imprisoned; to yield without a blow meant Arthur Howard Hall, In N. V. Observer. me. I therefore hid my chsgrin under a very much the same thing, and, in the shako ncs, seeing I waa apparently a stranger to smile, and the mule was led away amidst the place, by directing his son, a small bar of a drake's tail, resolved to run, and to legged urchin, to guide me to the bouse, the lamentationa of mine host, who was furtrust for escape to my turn for sccd. So I which, he said, wa an old palace of the ther put out of pocket by a gallon or so of set off at my roundest pace, followed by the Albirzi, that had passed into the hands of wine, which the troopers consumed, doubtless in honor of the priro they had taken, posse, and the rabble who but a moment the banker Notnli, and was rented oat in ten neglecting In the true fashion of the com before were cheering inc. cmcnts. More than once I felt inclined to turn, and Ileal en only knows through what by pigncs grntidc to pay for it. It was a fit myself; but the fart that Isncs and alley the imp led me, chattering lesson to the landlord, for had he not, In end the matter for this might mean laying asido all chance of like an ape the whilst : but at last we reached his cupidity, haggled for an hour over the liiro of the animal, he might have been settling U'Kntrangucs urged me to my licit the house which lay in the street di I'urci. richer by two crowns and still owned his efforts. Some fool made nn attempt to stop An arrangement was soon entered Into with mule. Thus it is that avarice finds its own me, and I was compelled to slash him across the person in charge, and I paid in advance the face with my sword, as n warning not tn for two weeks the amall rent asked for the punishment. On going off, the leader of the troop, a man interfere with matters with which he had room I took, i selected the room, because no concern. I hardly knew where I was I hero waa in it some furniture, such as a whom I knew by aight and by reputation by street, lied, a tab! and a couple of chairs, which D. ArrKton & Co. CoryrlsM. t&n. ns a swashbuckler, if ever there was one, going; but dashed down a tittle All fichu reserve.!. made ma n mack salute, saying, in allusion and was, after a hundred yards brought tn I was informed with some emphasis, hail to my quietness in surrendering my claim a halt by a dead wall. I could barely reach bten seized from the last tenant in dclault of the top CHAIMEl! IV. CosTisurn. to the mule: "Adieu, Mower Feather Cap luckily of it with my bare hands, but rent. I sent the boy away rejoicing, and this was enough to all me to draw was surprised to find the housekeeper did may your courage grow aa long ns )our We rat In ailcnre for sonic minutes, myself up, and drop over to the other side each absorbed in his own thoughts. Tlic sword." This taunt I swallowed ruefully, just as tho police reached within ten fret not drpail aa well; but thia worthy soon heat from t lie tire had warmed the hut so and immediately set about my departure. of me. I did not stop to take note of their made it clear to me that a further payment that the blue steam began to rise flow my My companion, who was not mixed up in action, but was off as soon as my feet waa requisite on account of the furniture. I damp clolhca. My cmnHmion reclined on the altercation, Joined me silently, and we touched the ground, and found to my waa ton tiled to baggie, so paid bim the three broad piece be wanted and bid him hia elbow, tracing; some diagram on the lloor followed in the direction taken by the troop- joy that 1 was close to one of the unwith a oniard, which from it shape was ers, pursued by the maledictions of the inn- repaired breaches in the city wall, made six get me some candle. 1 He returned Iafter a little delay with what needed, and may keeper, who vented his spleen on us as the evidently of eastern make. The rain, which months ngo by Trcinouille's tannon. say at once that under a rough ei tenor I row increased in violence, had almost indirect cause of hia misfotunc. h rough this 1 rushed, and, scrambling down found this man, with all hia faulta, waa ca The foragers, who, owing to the warmth 1 log fire, and was invading our juenched the a sloe of broken stone and mortar, found shelter, for the roof began to leak. There of the weather, bad removed their breast I would be compelled to climb down very liable on occasions of displaying true kindli plates, which were slung to their saddles, nearly a hundred feet of what looked like the nrs of heart. being no wind the torch burned ateadily, 1 would like to pay him this tribute, for throwing tullicient light for ua to distin- were going at n walking pare; and it was face of a rock, before I could reach level guish each other. 1 began to wonder what amusing to sec how the mere sight of their ground. There was not even a goat track. subsequently, aa will be seen, we had grave difference of opinion which ended in manner of man this wa before me, dressed presence cleared the streets. Noting, how My agility was, however, spurred on by hearin a motley of court fool mid po.iMnt, and ever, that they did not appear to be bent on ing shouts behind me, and preferring to risk disaster for him. At the time this happened 1 could not but condemn him strongly, for, my curiosity was aroused to such nn extent (icrsonal injury, we did not think it necesdeath in attempting the descent rather in order to further a plot in which he waa that fur the time I forgot my own troubles. sary to go out of our course, or delay our than fall into the bands of rocsser the engaged, he tried to induce me to crime, ana Nevertheless I made no sign of inquiry, departure until they left the town, and as chanced the venture, and, partly by when, by a happy chance, I waa able to frus wc walked fast and they went slowly, by holdingI knowing there is no means so sure of obon to the tough broom roots, partly trate hia design, joined in an attempt to murtaining information as to seem not, to desire the time they bad reached the main square, slipping. And aided by Providence and Our it. .My new friend kept his eyes fixed on n e were not more than a dozen yards behind Lady of San Spirito, to whom I hurriedly der me. I fully believe, however, now that I look back on affairs coolly, that, in com mo a the point of his dagger, the muscles of his them. up a prayer, I managed to reach tho with other of his age, be thought it no At this moment wo noticed the figure of a cast faefl twitching nervously. At bottom, and fell, exhausted and breathlcv, wrong to adopt any means to further a po length lm bccamO conscious of my scrutiny, woman, apparently blind, for she was into a cistua hedge. litical plot, whilst in the everyday observ for, lifting his eyes, he looked me in the face, guided by a little dog attached to a string. I was too beaten to go another yard, and, anrea of life he displayed, in an underhand and then made a motion of his hand toward Ihc poor creature was crossing, the pave- had my pursuers only followed u, must manner, much virtue. ment almost in front of the leader of the the wine skin. TO OB CONTINUED,. troop, and. as she was right in the. path have become an easy prey. As it was I heard "No more, thanks." reach the breach, where they came to of the troopers, we attempted to wam her them "There will be that left for a atop, all ahouting and babbling at the by shouting, and sue stopped irresolutely. before we start." same time. One or two, bolder than the ONLY ONE MAN. "hardly knowing which way to turn. The "Then yon also are a traveler!" others, attempted to descend the ledge of "You pay you are going to ilucine!" lid troop leader, without making any effort to rock, down which I escaped, but its steep avoid her, rode on in a pitiless manner, and asked the question in hia usual abrupt man Tho rathetlo terur Which Followed ness damped their courage. I ney, however, she was flung senseless to the ground. In ntr; but his tone was composed. the Xens of si Splenald succeded in loosening some of the debris thia her hood fell back, uncovering her. face, so that it fell over the elm, "It lies on my road." Victory. a few of and my companion, suddenly uttering a loud stones dropped very close and me; but the "And on mine, too. Shall wo travel, toby to I could point out the way." ran forward, and, seizing her in his good hap I escaped, or else this never would ciy, gether! The following touching sketch li arms, began to address her with ever)' term have been "Certainly. It is very good of you." written. One great block, indeed "Well, it is time to sleep, and the torch of endearment, in the manner of a father to just pawed over ray head, and I vowed an written by Knte Whiting I'ntch, authoi of "Mlddlcwny: his child. has burnt to an end." to Our Lady of San Spirito, ring the shrill voices "Extra! The troopers halted discipline it will be who alone could hive diverted that whicn As he spoke he stretched himself out at frll length, and, turning his back to me, ap- observed was not great and one of them waa coming straight to my destruction; and cf the newsboy. " Wother victory! rough sympathy called to my friend I may add 1 duly kept my word. peared to sink into slumber. I watched him with After a Extra, extra!" timn by the embers' of the torch, to bear the girl, for so she looked, to the time the voices above began to grow fainter, for A young; girl, hurrying through the fountain, at the same time that their com and to my delight I found that the citizens. darkening street, pauses n moment tc 1 was wise in accepting his wondering if by mandcr gave a loud order to go on, and to thinking it impossible I should nave escaped catch the glad tiding; then, choosing rompunnshrv, and then, ovcrKwered fatigue, ictt myself in sleep, heedless of leave off looking at a fool and a beggar. I like a lizard amongst the rocks, were bark the smallest of the ragged urchloa who the rain, which dripped in twenty places had, however, made up my mind that there ing back, and ranging to the right and left Instantly gather about her, she allj hei was a little work for me, and, drawing ray I waited until all sound died away, and can through the roof. I slept profoundly until aroused by my sword, stepped up to tho swashbuckler's tiously peeped out. The coast was clear. I pennies into his grimy hand nnd eager inter had recovered my wind, and, without mora Ir sclzr-- a paper. shoulder being gently shaken, and, looking bridle, and asked for a view there and then. Ten minute more and he la flinging up, beheld my host, as 1 must call him, bendwaste of time, I rose and pressed on in the He burst into a loud laugh. "Corpo di direction of the hills, determined to chance open tho door of n quiet room, where ing over me. I thought I had slept for a few with hia no further adventures near the towna. In1 prnvc-cyeonly, and saw to my surprise that Ilacco! Here is Messer Feather-Cawoman alta by tho window, :t wa rcll in the morning, and the sun courage grown. Here, two of you bind him deed, I had crowded more incident into the gazing out Into the antur.m twilight. shorn trightly. All traces of cloud were to tho hiule. past few hours than into the previous five-"Quick, mother, a light I" ring the ISut the men with him were in no mood years of my life, and my sole ob tone, though soft billowa of mist rolled oecr young voice. "I have newt the olive gardens, and vineyards of Chianti to obey, and one of them openly said: ject, at present, waa to reach Floreucs impetuous from the war. Another victory, and grapn, thr rtrttched towards Jlonterarchi. "It is ulways thus with the ancient Ilrico." without further let or hindrance. "Do you intend to give me the pleasure 1 "Heavens, jnaul How you slept! 1 was Keeping the vineyards between me and only one man lost! A glad cry falls from the mother's right when I hinted you had a good con- seek," I asked, "or has the ancient Urico the town, I avoided all observation, and, taken off hia heart with his corselet !" science." at'a small wayside inn, filled a wallet which lips as she hurries to the table and with For a moment it looked aa if he were I purchased with food and a bottle of the trembling hand lights the small lamp I scrambled up. with a hasty and, a few minutes afterwards, hav- about to ride at me; bat my sword was rough country wine, so that there might be Doth faces are eager, strained, as the ing finished the remains of the wine in tho ready, and I was standing too close to him no necessity for my visiting a human habita younger woman reads rapidly tho Joy akin, we started off in the direction of Ilu- - for any such treachery to be carried oil. tion during the remainder of my journey ful news cine. .My companion had politely never in' Flinging the reins, therefore, to the neck of With the wallet swung over my shoulder, an "Only one man lost" she pauses and quired my name, and I had been equally ret. his horse, he dismounted slowly and drew hour or ao later I waa ascending-tb- e slope icent. He placed on his head a silken fools' his sword. A number of the townsfolk, of Mount St. Michcle, cursing the fallen pine the other exclaims "Thank Uod!" bul cap, and the bcila on it singled incessantly attracted by the scene, so far forgot their needles, which made my foothold so slippery the paper has slipped from the daugh as he walked along with a jaunty air, at a fear of the foragers aa to collect around us, that I slid rather than walked. ter's hand, the joy has faded from hei pace that was remarkable for a man of bis and in a few moments a ring was formed, It was late in the evening before I halted eyes, the color from her lips. Anothel which was occupied by the and ate my dinner under an overhanging one portion of age. He seemed to have lost the melan Instant nnd the sheet is la the mother's choly that possessed him during tho night. tioojwrs. rock, sheltered from the north wind by a hands. The sudd-- n fear that clutcbei Urico took hia stand so as to place the clump of pines. When I finished I rolled and conversed in so cheerful and entertain at her heart tells her the truth before ing a manner that in spite of myself I was sun in my eyes, a manifest unfairness, for myself up in my cloak, aud fatigue, tointerested and withdrawn from my unhap wc should have fought north and south; yet gether with a good conscience, combined to her eyes fasten uiwn the fatal wonl I made no objection, and unclasping my send me to a sleep aa sound aa it waa re the nume of the lost man. py thoughts. He kept up Ins mood to UaThe clock ticks relentlessly In tin cine, where, notwithstanding our strange cloak let it fall to the ground behind me. freshing. I waa up before the sun and con "A vous!" he called out, and the next mo- tinned my way, determined to reach Flor corner, the lire dies out and the ruddy appearance, we attracted, to my relief, less attention than I imagined wc should draw. ment we engaged in the lower circle, my op- ence by evening. I took no particular no- embers turn gray; the light of the With appetites sharpened by our walk, ponent, for all his French cry, adopting the tice of the view, where I could ace to my little lamp sinks lower and lower, flick we did full justice to the meal I ordered at Italian method, and using a dagger to parr)'. right tho I'rato Magno, and to my left all era nnd Is gone. Still the two women the only hotel in the place. Here 1 played For a few seconds we tried to feel each tho valleys of the (ireve; but kept my eyes cling to each other in the darkness; the host, as a return for my entertainment, and other, and I was delighted with the balance before me. intent on my thoughts. in conversation my acquaintance said that hu of my sword. It did not take me half a minAt length, when passing Impruneta, w here silence Is unbroken. Only one man? was bound for Florence. I told him that ute to see that he was a child in my hands, the illack Virgin is, r lorencc came in sight. Only their whole world I Chicago also was my point, and invited him to bear and I began to rapidly consider whether it There was a slight haze which prevented me would be worth the candle to kill him or from seeing as clearly as I could wish; but r.vening .News, me company on the road, to which he will (ngly agreed. 1 made an attempt hero to not. Drico, who had commenced the asI plainly made out the houses on the bank hire a horse; but not even a donkey was sault with a stamp of his foot and a suc- of the Arno. Arnolfo'a tower, the palate The Tower of Adaptation procurable, all available carriago having cession of rapid thrusts in the lower lines, of the bignory, the cathedral, the Ilargrllo, Lord Seaforlh, who was born deaf anJ been seized uxn for the army. So once became aware of his weakness aa soon as and the unfinished l itti palace, whilst be dumb, was one tiny to dine with Lord more descending the bill on which Ilucine did, and began to back slowly. I twice yond rose the convent-toppehill of pricked bim over the heart, and his hand Scnario, where the Servitc have their mon Mehlllr. Just before the company is situated, we forded the river and continbegan to shake ao that he could hardly hold astcry. Lndy Melville sent Into the drawing-ued our journey. n lady of her acquaintance At the id berg o we heard that a body of his weapon. Aa I looked there waa little of admiration room troops wero foraging along the banks of the "Make way there," I called out, mocking- in my heart, although the scene was fair who could talk uith her fingers, that Arno, and resolved to make a detour, and, ly, "the ancient would like to run a little." enough; but I could give no mind to any she might receive Lord Seaforth. Prescrossing Monto Luco, to keep on the sides of Maddened by this taunt, he pulled him- thing beyond the fact that I waa at last ently Lord Oullforth entered the room. self together and lunged recklessly at me in within measurable distance of IVF.ntrangurs, the Chianti hills, if necessary avoiding nnd the lady, taking Mm for Lord Sea altogether. My companion maintierce; it was an easy parry, and with a nnd that In a few hours my baud was like forth, begnn to ply her fingers nimbly. tained his high spirits until we reached tin strong beat 1 disarmed him. He did not to be at his throat. top of the spur of Monte Luco, known to tho Halt, but with the rapidity of a hare turned With theso thought there somehow min- Lord Uuilforth did the same, They had peasantry aa the Virgin'a Cradle. Here we and lied, not so fast, however, but that I was gled up the faco of madame, and the scene lecn carrying on the conversation In stopped to breathe and observe the view. I able to uccclerate his departure with a of our last meeting. I put this aside, how- this inniiner for ten minutes or more looked back across the Chiana valley, and stroke from the flat of my sword. ever, with a strong hand, and detei mined when Lndy Melville Joined them. H?r "Adieu, ancient Urico!" 1 called out after to think no more of her, although no such friend mid: "Well, I have been talking let my eyo run over the landscape which stretched as far as the Marches. In the him as ho ran on, followed by a howl of de- recollection could be anything but pleasant awny to this dumb toon." "I7unhl" blue splaah to the aouth of tho rugged and rision from the crowd, in which his own and sweet. Until I met her 1 had managed exclaimed Lord Oullforth. "bless me, I , men joined. conicul hill of Cortona, I recognized well enough without womankind, and for and beyond it lay 1'crugia. 1 turned to It was lucky that I adopted the course of the future 1 would leave bright eyes alono. thought you were dumb!" Jletroit tall my fiiend's attention to the scene, and disarming him, for, hsd the affair ended Yet I knew I waa the better man for holding Free I'ress. at first did not pcricive where he was. An- otherwise, I doubt not that tho the privilege of her friendship. However, Life. other glance showed him standing on the would have felt called uion to avenge alio had passed out of my life, and across edge of the clilf, a little to my left, shaking their leader, poltroon as he was. As it the seas He gets roost out of life who gives would have other things to think bis clenched hand in the direction of 1'crugia, hapicncd they enjoyed hia discomfiture, and of than the memory of my platonic friend- most to It. whilst on his face was marked every sign of an old trooper called out to me: ship with Doris D'Kntrangues. Some people put out their hand to sorrow and hate. Well fought, signore you should join It wai close upon sunset when I entered life, while other stretch forth their Curious to see what this would result in, us there is room for your sword under the the San l'icro gate, and found uiisclf in I made no attempt to attract his attention, banner of Tremouille. What no? I am Florence, aud in a difficulty at the same arms. There are people who spend their but in a moment he shook off the influenro sorry; but go in peace, for you have rid uaof time, in consequence of my wearing a aword. which possessed him, and rejoined me with a cur." I luckily, however, remembered that 1.4 days In some little town or village, and Baying this, he rode off, one of their numa calm brow. We thereupon continued our Palissc, the French leader, was then iu the yet lite in the great expanse of a wide journey with this difference, that my com- ber leading the ancient's horse by the bridle. city, and explaining that I wa from tho world; while others travel from city to panion was now as silent as hitherto he had I turned now to look for my companion, army at Arezzo with a message to him, in city, nnd from country to country, yet been cheerful. My own dark thoughts too lie was nowhere to be seen, and on inuuirt quired particularly hi abode, which I waa live only lu the narrowed little circle of 1. I f..nn.l ll.nl l. I.m.I l.fll ..,.! .... a ...I same back to roost, aud in a gloom we detold waa in the palace of the exiled Medici in their own immediate surroundings. scended the Cradle, pushing our way through supiKirting her on his arm, the two, followed the Via Largi. It so happened that La. Truth. the myrtle with whivh ft wa covered, and by the dog, bad turned down by the i'alisse was in constant communication with walked on, holding Moutevarchi to our church, and were not in view. It would, no Tremouille, and this ami my confident bear Colonial. right. I suppledoubt, have been easy to follow, and as easy ing imposed upon the guards. Mr. Ferry You say this secondhand We kept a sharp lookout for the foragers, to trace them; but I reasoned that the man mented my argument with a couple of airtl, seeing no signs of lliem, made up our must haw purposely done thia to avoid me; crowns, and they let me pass without fur. chnlr Is In I !.e colonial style? Mrs. Ferry Correct. minds, after some consultation, to risk goirin mid after all it was no business of mine. 1 titer parley. It will thus be seen that, whatto AlouUvarchi, which we reached without lliertfoie returned uiy sword to its sheath ever the regulations may have been, they "Well, It seems to be pretty well sol Wisiup a little sfter Boon. It was out my aud walked ua Here cosily broken. Indeed 1 found Uteron onlied." Cincinnati nulrer. WAVr. g PRINTS. chapter Where oeran-irrklnTo Jain lh ripple-mar- McKadden Pay, we li disappoint id. Ie las chapter of dia book says ilat d beautiful harneen lived tn be an aid semis and waa highly reiptetsd. W don't want nothlnk about no old woman. W at we wants is de new woman, an' if jvute can't live ua somethink about de new woman, alve ua our nickel back and we'U buy chestnut. 8ef Washington l'ost. TW Th,r Ware "The Prudent Man Setteth ssisiwswKsisnMsiwiisisisiaiMil Hb House Yovr tn Oder." hen-roos- t Us Effect or Trade. "How are things moving along In the restaurant business these days!" "Well, I notice that since the Dreyfus verdict came in I don't have any more orders ago for fried frogs' Tribun. legs."-Chic- hurrunttntmtnt thoutdl ghxn tvtn mors artful tlltntlon Irun tht houti you live in. Set it In order by thoroughly renovUng your whole lyt- tern through blood mtae pure by ttktng Hood's StmpxrilU. Then every org An kuIII Ad promptly And reauLxrtv, 3fcQd6 Sauabmifla God gives a man his tools, but he must quire his trade. I tarn's Horn. ac- 1 1 ffef roureyesP Bad taste In your mouth? livcrl Ayer'a Pills are liver pint, i ney cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. WtvAt pfi 2 Sc. All druggists. A tape warm rest Una; at Issstesmson ths seen after raj tsklrstwa CASl'AltETS. This I an sure has esosed my bsd heslth for ihs past thres yesrt. I am aitll skint Cssesreta. the only cattisril worthy of aotle by sensible popl ' usu, t - tiuwLas, usira, Maas. TAPE WORMS eight) CANDY rwaoi tuaa iaTfco Oaod, your monttaYth ttrmrn r rOh Mark f Thn i.t or sxri ua fin botuUXWl BUCKINGHAM'S ff DYE Si r r (rtoV. Oon4. nssisst. rslalsM. Paual. Tll 10, SM. rs Nttet metes), vr sat, or Orlr. 10. ... OURK CONSTIPATION. ... ) ninn, mi, s tw. Ill ' sna nsranlml f alter. Mn.Tn.Blf uisiVKICTotoHli. rjr, queer-webbe- altar-piec- a d and-thirt- " Itching Burning Scaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and .Speedily Cured by 1 d d, (uticura The Itching and burning I suffered n my foet and limbs for three) years were terrible. At nlRht they were worso and would keep mo awako night. I consulted doctor after doctor, ITCHING Bfeatcr part of tho on ",0 rn(l m 1 WM travo,"DK of my time, also one I IM 0f 0llr city doctors. Nono of tho doctor knew what tho trouble was. I got a lot of tho different samples of tho medicines I had been UJlnp;. I found them of so many different klndi that I concluded I would have to go to a Cincinnati hospital beforo I would get relief. I had frequently been urged to try CUT1CUKA REMEDIES, but I hail no faith In them. JI y wife finally prevailed upon mo to try thnin. Presto I What a change I I am now cured, and It Is a permanent cure. I feel like kicking some doctor or myself for suffering thrcn years when I could have used CUTICUHA remedies. II. JENKINS, Mlddleboro, Ky. '"t Trasi-aiene- s Speedy Cure Treatment ' Jtatht the afftttrd parte with HOT water and OUTOlfltA SOAP to cleaned tht ektn and ecaljt of cruiti and train, and toften the thtcktnul tuttele. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply CUT10UHA Ointment freely, to atlay itching, irritation, and Inflammation, and toothe and heal, and lattty take OUTIOUJIA BE SOL VENT to cool and cleanu the blood. This sweet and wholesotno treatment affords Instant relief, permits rest and sleep In the severest forms of eczema and other Itching, burning, and scaly humors of the skin, scalp, and blood, and points to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure when all other remedies and even the beat physicians fall. .) v. obt, sij or. nosr. woe. OlSTMaaT. ftta- snc. Caaab Cear, kvj ft v Aroufsost lb WBild. ruTTss Dsn tttMea, Its. Cu lKkia, 4ly Mail a," auU4 tt.I 1 3 eliB. for October fl, 1800 Test, Rather women's ills,' and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find flit-1- 1 Meatorr Vorses, 0, 0. DKnRA, f KENTUCKY in her counsel practical assistance. tBMelallr Arrsnsf d from Ptloubtt'a Notes. Mrs. Plnkham's address is Lynn, Clod lis for Us, who GOLDEN TKXT.-- If Mass. csn b srslntt us? nom. It IX MAN'S PHYSICAL DEFECTS. rtRAD Chspttrs M Mrs. Madkl Good, Correctionville, TIME. Th ttms ef tht storr was som' la., tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved whir shout tht middle of Xtrxts' relitn, ffcftsstslars. Arm, I.rara u rears after tht first return. U her life. She says: Hips Arc flaan.ron. rr Ptr-frl- ly after tns completion of Iks tempi, and 11 " I cannot thank you enough for Svinmctr'rat. btroraKsrawonluptojeruasiem, i. xerxts' artat feast (1 1). tl. C. 48t Third Ytar.-- Th what your medicine has done forme. A man run be rarasured to the best J. Ills ftfventh Yesr, Esther made queen I can recommend it as one of the best HIsThlrttsntk Yftr- .irttnlge, Inllora say, away from a (J:l), D. a iW.and Esther's heroism, II. C. medicines on earth for all women's Ilsmsn's plot In 171. Hlondlnff before a mirror lie ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness and at I'LACE.-8husalmost certain to throw out hi client, If (fluis). ths winter last became bedfast Three of our best doctors did me no cspltsl of tht I'erslsn emplrt, about 300 lie Hon not habitually carry It no. and ana i pood so I concluded to try Lydia C. Pinkham's Vciretablo rrom take an attitude that he would like to miles south or essi Persianiianyton,The sits fulf. milts north of Ih Compound. After taking a few bottles of your medicine, I was have, rather than the one lie commonly of Ihs ancient But has been sxplortd, and hold able to do all my housewbrrras, the tailor wants him, rtmtins or to grtst paiae navt Dun Diswork. I know that your t tlie portrait painted wanta hti (ob- covered. EXri.ANATOnT. ject, In hit natural pose and manner, medicine raised me from The nook of Ksther The author Is With the man In that attitude, the tailor unknown, but must have been some one a bed of sickness and can brliiR hi art to bear if that la re "living In Uio perhaps death, and am heart of l'ertln, a man quired In the orercomlnir of any phyal' who was Intimately acquainted with very thankful for what it cat defect, and produce clothe that will the acenery he describes." l'rof. has done for me. I hopo Rive the brit attainable effect upon the Adeney. The date of writing la also unthat every suffering iiffiire, at they will be actually worn. known, l'rof. Sayce places it at U. C. woman may be per The physical defect moat common in US. He says that the minuteness of desuaded to try your medicine." man la tinevcnnrss of the snouiurrt. tail shows thrtt the author lived before Get Mrs. Pinkham's advico One shnuMtr li higher than the other, the overthrow of the 1'erslan power, and thla li a defect often encountered, H. C. 331. Some place the date still later. as soon as you begin to bo though the difference In the height Historical Accuracy. puzzled. The sick headaches may not be o great aa to lie noticeable, and dragging sensation como I. Feast of Bhtishnn, P. C. except by one accustomed to taking 483. The Oreat 14. According to Herofrom a curable cause. Write Esther It note or inch things. Thla i a defect dotus, Xerxes held an assembly to arhelp as soon as they ap aw that li easily overcome by the tailor, range for the Grecian war In the third I pear. when It r lists In n comparatively mod- year of hit reign, nnd It Is this Mrs. Dole Stanley, erate degree. It l done otnetlmei feast which la described probably first In the Campbellsburg, Ind., Imply by cutting the coat to tit on each ihapter of the book of Hither, as given writes: " Dear Mrs. ihoulder, the jwrfect fitting coat car to the nobles of the realm, assembled at rylng with It the Idea and the nppear Bhushan from all parts of the empire. Pinkham I was troubled ance of aymmetry li attained by the with sick headache and It lasted 180 days, or six months. At method of building up or pad- this was so weakand nervous, fete were gathered ding the lower thoulder. The Influence the chief officers and nobles from 1 could hardly go. A the of the lower ihoulder extendi down on whole empire. Everything was done to Iriend called upon me one slile of the body, o that sometime that Impresa upon them the greatness and evening and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable It It necessary below the arm to cut the king, and Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then that side of the coat shorter. Next to power of at hit command.the unlimited resources sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was unrTenncss of the shoulders, round II. Queen Vathtl Depoted. Either entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough." shoulders are perhaps the commonest 1:10-22- . Vathtl refutes the Indelicate defect. summons of her drunken husband. It A rery common thing Is unercnnesi la auggeated Adeney that cf the hips. A difference of half an Inch Vathtl herself by l'rof. been may hare under the here would not be at nil remarkable; It influence of the wine drunk at her own Is sometltnea much more. a man If Infinds one leg of hit trousers the legs featt, nnd to rendered reckless, and spired with a factitious courage. Hut length-touch- ing as he known, being alike In the ground while the other while I do not see with Dr.Gladden that Is clears It, he may reasonably consider "Vashtl the character which most deour that there Is a difference somewhere In mandsDr. sympathy," yet I do agree Taylor when he says: "For his legs. It may be that one leg Is long- with part, I consider her conduct worthy er than the other, but It Is more prob- mynU praise; nnd hold that she was en able that one hip is higher than the of other, or one leg fuller, so that It takes tirely right In what she did." III. Queen Esther. Chap. 2. An Inup the trousers more and thus gradually raises the bottom more. It would be terval of four ears occurs before a new I found In place of Vnshtl. It a common thing If men were seen with queen was during this Interval that his crest their waistcoats off, to find suspenders Invasion of (Sreece took place. After set at uneven heights. The tarlatlon In the kiKftenders might be required, the return of Aerxes from his great deto be sure, by a difference in the shoul- feat Esther was chosen queen. IV. Hainan's Plot Against the Jews. ders, and not In the legs. Vs. ll Is common to find men's arms of (3:7). V. 1. Four or five years later Jlo. 105 Thtt handsos. skirt It made of fina qua. trail wool storm $errt tn the new fash different lengths. The difference may Is known "Human:" Nothing further lonable thap; stylishly trimmed with black tatin from waist, in fancy design ars illustrated. of him. "The Agairltt:" Notwithstanding the modest cost of this m us ultr of fashion, none of tha essential be so slight as to require no social atpoints that co to maka tention In the making of their clothes, "Probably a term of reprooch" (Bcrlb- up a strictly nrstIasa skirt have been omitted. but It la frequently necessary to make nert llll. Die.) or a local name of i t ItUltnid blrthplsce. You'll onjoy high gradethroughout with the coat slcctcs of different lengths. percaline and V. 2. "flowed Prostrated him substantial interlining; The fact apears to lie that there ore wearing It bound with best water self, "for such wn the ordinary eastern not many perfect men, that Is, men of proof binding: mada with It under box plait and patent perfect harmony of development and practice. "Mordecal:" A Jew. and an snap fasteners In tht back possosaes elder cousin of Esther (2:7). whom he perfect symmetry of proportions. In to prerent spreading open; Individual bound seams. Tha accomwhich respect mnn I like all thlnga In had adopted as hit daughter (2:13.) panying Illustration having stylo, benature, like horses, for Instance, and iwweu not:" Hecause In so dolnche been mada from a photograph of tha skirt; a ecu trees; but In the greater number of would have been untrue to his God and cause the rately portrays tha graceful men these defects are within such lim- his religion. of each fold price is only nets gives a clear and Una . 3. 'The king's gate:" An open concepand its that they might lie described as vation the about half tho whenofworn. way It will ahang riations rather than aa substantial de- space before the gate of Ills palace. This fa bar value. To bo everyof unusual Interest to gala V. I. "Whether Mordecnl's matters" fects. N. V. Sun. lady who (or, rather, "words") "would stand." enumerated something not too deslrea ei pensive, at the same tlma posI. e., whether his excuse would be alamong our sessing style equal to mora HOW A FILIPINO DIES lowed. "He had told them that be was costly garments and quality customers servthat la Ireteties lltsnscK Oat la aa Easy a Jew." So fhat they would understand Colors ar navy moans to be iceable. wonderfully Sliest why be could not worship Haman. blue or black. Atlltade Hick I.Ike m In close Waist. 21 to o Inches; . o. "lie thought tcorn to lay hands Wild Aalmal. length, 39 to 44 inches. touch with on Mordecal alone:" "If Haman had Larger sixes so per cent The general, In a white hat, was simply said to Abnsuerus: There Is the centers extra. Price niarchlug In advance of the firing line, one of your menlnls, who pcrslstcnly of fashion when the discharge of a rifle wus heard dlsobeys a royal edict, and at the same at all times. In the yard of a house next to the road. time Insults me, Ahasuerus would, asn She "Did you cer klsa a girl when the Several soldiers rushed into the yard, matter of course, have told him to put wtsn't looking!" He "Yet; but only once. but not In time to prevent two more me menial to death. Hut the revenge- She made me do it over again when sue was T spies. (hots, which came w bluing In the di- ful temper of the man was such tlint looklnf." Town rection of the general. At thla moment thlsseemed to him Insufficient. "Sought THE MARKETS. I came to a break In the hedge where I to destroy all the Jews that were CiKCliewATl. Sept rould see what was going on. A young throughout the whole kingdom of 1 tt oal t 71 U MM Klltplno was about 30 yards off. He was Ahasuerus. Massacres on a large scale. 4 81 lect butchers In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to turning this way and that like an aniV. 7. "In the flrtt month" of the Jew- - CALVES hair tofoxl light.- - OVA 41 Tl 4 UJ JJ mal at bny, thoroughly frightened. He lsh religious year. "Nisan:" Corre- 4 eU 6 4 W Mixed puckers eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to 4 M tt 4 SJ bad a rifle In his hsnd. It afterwards spending to our March-ApriI. trhi hlpr the mid3 61 a 4 01 partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good turned out that thla rifle was choked. dle of which Is our Easter. "They cast SIIKKP-Cho- tee Sprln 4 I. AM II lit 6 11 1 4J vi 1 70 patent The soldlera were breaking down the run" a lie word from which Purlm, faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to u. ?: Wheat No.: rrtl...,. high hedge to get In. Suddenly the Fili- the name of the feast commemorating UKA1N ml Nil (s TU Corn N . 2 mixed pino made a run for life. He got through this deliverance, was derlrrd. $1.00 or above. "Cast ii 1 H Oats-N- o. : H . . the lot . . . from month the hedge tome way and dashed across llye Nc. z ft IS . QI3 tU an open field. Three shots followed, to month" to find the favorable day for Mes-pork ttW lili all of which took effect. The wounded asking his favor of Xerxes, Justns the I'KOVIMON- SLard.ReT.CnoQ Blshoo)Josph S. Key, ulU MOFFETT'S (t 14 man turned, ran sldewaya a few puces, augurs of the ftomaus by sacrifices, or IIU1TKK Cboire dairy ll rottt Choice jsai TL'ETHl.VA t lay down on the ground, and a second the flight of birds sought for u dny of APPLKP no mere fsney (Trtthisr Powders, tu sr llttla Choice to ultu POIAlOUb-l'- er M0 dead. 1 got a good tight of good omen for great undertakings. rraadrtillJ Milk Ik kappinl tirl ISi G after was Thtrllrftsntrsalaioataac CHICAOO. the whole Incident, and so naturally V. 8. "A certain people scattered IralaadrfrUlalriBorssaUsnMi.rr FI.OUK-Wlo- tcr J M QIN along soroad:" JLUEClllIng rflWDflrS,- )- I SL. UirromuUli(wstr aML lid the Filipino stretch himself Who, by their ceremonies UKA1N Wheat-- No n.ent Acts t red. ... TJHi UK the ground nnd rrtt his head upon his and by their religion, were kept from Costs only 25 Cents. Ask your Druggist for It. ,f No. 1 rhlciiio surtax t t Hti "i.tt5aYu s?'ta U S arm that I thought he wns shummlng. Intermingling with the other peoples, COUN-N.- o. z ruts-Nr:vt I ziM C. J. MOFFETT, M. D St Louts, Mo. An examination a minute later proved and being absorbed by them, ns has I'OHIC-M- en 7 01 A Si LAItU-Stc- am UIM that he was dead. There Is this differ- been the remarkable fact eter since. NEW YOltlt ence between the manner In which V. 0. "f.et It be written that they may FLOUIt-Wln- ter 10) (ISM patent RttADEIlS Ok' THIS PAPKR American und Filipino soldlera die be destroyed:" Sec under v. 0. 'Ten W UK AT-2 red nH DESIIllSG TO 1IUY ANVTUIKO the Amr rlcnn falls In a heap and diet thousand talents of sliver:" Variously I OILS No. It mill;-!-- . 8HOES ADVKUTISED IX 1TB COLUMNS KYK UM hard; the Filipino stretches himself estlmated at $10,000,000 to $20,000,000. Worth $4 to fa compartd with OATS-Mi- ied s ID BUOULO INSIST LTO.N UAV1NQ other makes. BOO (IBM Mens.., out, and when dead la always found fn WHAT T1IKT ASK IX) ll. HEX'61NO V. 10. "King took his ring:" His tig- - POUK-N- rw el INEFFECTUALLY Indorsed broter i tt iibti ALL BUU3T1TLTKS OH IMITATIONS. some easy nttltude, generally with his net, either a ring or n cylinder, "(lave 1,000,000 wrisrors. IlAl.TlMOItK. n head on hi arms. They die the way AIL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES It unto Hamani" So that he could sign FI.OUU- - Family J 30 Q 3 01 TUS Stailll 1st. . U B..Wa' wild animal diet In Just such a posi- in the king's name nnd with the king's ru... Oi , & T.H Southern. ' m$rm OVERCOMES iJfftD tion a one find n deer or an antelope authority any decree he wished to IsTake no sobslliuts clilmrd ed. U mt to I as good. Larrrit niakrrs which one has shot In the woocK John sue. '.8 la II. tt No. 3 while uC tt asi SJ.no shots In tbc S veueru tt M HABiTUALC0HSTlPAT,N HlW Take no other It Is tbabcsl F. Hats, In Harper' Weekly. world. YourdealerihouMkeep 00 Ct V. 11. "The tllver It giten to theei" CA1TI.K-Fi- rst W quality will lead 70. ttiotcaa bmad. Ibrm If not. A ti U 6 si y.r.s PERMANENTLY Xerxes refuted the offered money, as he UOJt-Wii- teri iMtrcmrrcclctoriTtte America's Women Ministers. C'urr4. No INDIANAPOLIS. slul ol lattb.r. Hi. aaf width, plain or cap too. 1 1 T" OoutnrMalisrilriida auksoffltaor urv did the 4,000,000 gold darlcs of Pythlus, Dr, Klloa's I O lriuaatlv Catalogue 11 r'ree. about 300 women There are O tH Sred..... US bottlaaDdtraatlM O'caiNtria llr.uirrr, Lud, trial Arch(iL.l'Sll. VY. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mils. referred to above. It may refer to the KW Corn Nun raised., Q Kil In trlp.Dr ll.lt KLINK. Pv ministers In the United Stntes. .. 04tk No. 5 railed u 3tt America the ministry I being more tllver he might take from the Jews. Alsntkirostlrootailnwt wa waal aoot t7C woiuaDlao.errcouDtriapplquirk. LOUISVILLE. linui ty 11 our tmc fttttwiHt - MAM'ro used by women as a profession than the OIU facturtrs. 0I4 Market Bk. blladalpbta. FLOUIt Winter pa cnt (IIU flat aad Thistles. Tl UltAIN Wheat No. ; ml. .... law. The nnu value of women minQ Bast Ounjh brrap. TuM OouoV Dss Hj A. W. K'.- -E 1780 (AUIvRN!ATGfSYRVP(. It the truest royalty. Corn Mlartl. KM II u isters in America Is forscuttered parts E3 Out. M led. U B ii WUV.V WKITISB TABVKHTlaKataV You cannot reprove, unless you love. Wc cannot possibly afford to support XilLl U 00 Ike Adrortts. Ihut tkut yis nTrn'lffmTTrrMlli Ulcus la.lata paper. taw UO.VJ Patieuce Is good, but It will not start rOHK Sleaui. racat tkla ret tu st sn Musit, mu ss m saint a man. They can maintain a woman fire without kindling. chief opposition to minister, The No man who is an eneniv to Uod is u women pastor come from ministers of the poorer and least qualified class. friend of society. God shuts ui lu a prison house of Of course the older und more conservative ministers, bishops and the like-d- palu, aud we do not understand that not look with much pleasure on a it Is His eletator. Usui Horn. woman In the pulpit. Hut many congregations la the United State are Even the devil was convinced when ready for women niluUtm. Chicago he saw that Job served Uod for love okjq. CVuoalde. not try and not for a living. or money relundod by your merchant, so To T. O. IASCO, Kdllor tad Uinorcr. a, THE CITIZEN. HAHAN'S PLOT AGAINST JEWS talarnatlonal ftaariaf School Lesson t IM-i- tt. K-- Kl. t han d LffEJ '4 8 Priss lighting msy not be a plesaant subbut it a r.rr ll.ro Btoa Faaaal ject, Inability teaches atolesson nevertheless p ot man hold the chsmpion-shithe la the Cealral Tart of tha for any length of time. How unlik Coatlaeat, that great chsmpion of health, Hoitetter's Dark Stomach Hitters, which hit never been From time to time It has been ru- beaten, ami for fifty years haa met and conquered the wont cases of constipation, mored that giraffe existed la British biliousness snd brer trouble. He Central Africa, on the Ixng-wa-" river, that a privste Revenue Stamp covers tha although Uiat river valley has been Mck of the bottle. but, frequently "sMted durlnf tha laat ten Looks All ntcfci. yeara by Europeans, no authentic In"Doesn't the bicycle make you feel formation on the point haa ever been younger?" asked the expert. obtained, aaya the British Ceatral Af"Well, I won't exactly say that." replied Recently, howtver, a the elderly novice, "but it certainly makes rican Gazette. me look younger." giraffe was shot on the east bank of the "Howls thatf" Loangwa, in the Marimba district, by a "Why, to sail through ipace as I occaEuropean prospector, and Its skin (In- sionally do certainly gives the sppearance of complete) aent In to Cap I. Chichester, In youthful activity, no matter how f may feel Ifperrnl'i country. The hinder half of about It." Iluflalo Newa. (he skin is being sent to the British Kipanalon museum, and It Is hoped that a com- Mesns paying rent for a poor farm. Now is the time lo secure a good fsrm on the plete specimen may now be obtained. The existence of giraffes la Msrimba line of the Chicago, Milwsukee A. St. Paul Hallway In Marinette County, Wisconsin, ! remarkable; the area In which they where the crops are of the best, work plenfound la extremely restricted, and ty, fine msrkets, excellent climate, pure ire soft their number appears to be very few. time. wster, Isnd asold chesp snd on long rent when can buy The one shot, however, was In a herd of ons forWhy thsn youfarm for you Address less piy rent! nltont 33. The nearest country north C. E. flolllns, Land Agent, 161 La Salle III. of Marimba In which giraffes are knowu to exist Is north of Msreres, where the Wanted Ills Iteeord Corrected. expedition met with "You sre charged with scorching." them many years ago. To the south the msgistrste in a stern voice. "The said poIfslnbeleland I the neareat giraffe liceman who overhauled you ssys you were going at least IS miles in hour. jountry. "ITi sre must be some mistske about this, your honor, f was" FIFTY CENTS FOR HOTHIH8. "Oh, yes: of course, of course; they all What will the Inventive brain of man claim that. "Hut, your honor," continued the bicyclist, do next? Thla is a question some one ask s almost dally. There Is one, though, 30I am positive that I was going at least miles an hour." Ohio State Journal. who leads all others, who for a quarter of a century ha been making fine launDo Ysar Feet Ache anil llarnr la offering the dry starch, and y 8hike Into yeur shoes Allen's finest starch ever placed on a powder for the feet. It makes tight or public the new Mioes leel lures Corns, nun-- I the market. ions, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Ask your grocer for a coupon book , and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Sore, Shoe which will enable you to get the first Stores sell it, 25c. Ssmple sent FRKG. Ad two packages of this new starch, "ItED dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le I toy, N. Y. CHOSS" (trade mark brand) also two I'rrarhlna; and I'raetlce. children's Shakespeare pictures, paintThe mm who s perfect method ed In twelve beautiful colors, natural a for the culture of invented the memory forgot his hst. r, life, or the Twentieth Century Girl The msn who wrote a book instructing manall absolutely free. All grocers kind how to live a hundred vears diedst RX. who prove thst are authorized to give ten large pack-og- e I The womsn death wrote s book tohusbands. there is no hss buried two of "ItED CHOSS STAflCH" with mrisiian iltgister. twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or ten of the Twentieth Century Girl CalThe Ileal l'rrrrlillnn for Chills endars to the first five purchasers of the and Fever is a bottln of (ttovr.'s TssTrtw Cnn.l. Tonic It hiinplylronandniilnlncli KKDI.ISH CHAIN STAHCU BOOK. no pny. Prtcc.fA form This Is one of the greatest offer ever atule!K4 made to introduce "KED CHOSS" launEnglish as Written In Anatrla. This curious attemnt at Knelish wst dry starch, J. C. Hublnger' latest in; copied the other day from the label of a vention. bottle of kummrl at Kittliuhel: Thii fine J aromatical liquor of cumin being carefullst Miss rroctor Yoalhfal Critics. Miss Mary Proctor, the sitronomer snd destillated bv me from exquisite green cumin must at lecturer, takes a deep intereit in socisl set- an excellent be i savory hygienicalthe best as and middle." tlement work in the big citier, and frequentN. Y. Tribune. ly pivei her personal services towsrd entertaining pour children snd adults. Generally Ts Can a Cld la Oa Day her lecture! sre very well received. Many 1'ako Laxatlvo flromo Oululno Tablets. All of her audieniei often manifest belter at- druggists ref und money if ll folia to cure. 25c tention thsn thote drawn from IiirIih Sow snd then there ore exirpl.ont. Crowded Oat. On one occasion a bright-eyehtttc- huv who "Crowded out make room for more it in the front row with hit eyc fird aon teresting matter,"to remarked the editor, inas the ipeaker was asked how he hied it. "I he shoied aside a plate of beans and tackled guess," he said, "it wai pretty good, hut ilie tp talk atout linns anatigrrs. That's pie. Ohio State Journal. ought better for everybody." At mother lecture 4 youngster criticised her ai follows: Kemember that Putnam Fadelesa Dyes "It's all very well to talk of weighing snd meas- sre the only dies in the world that are uring itars. There sre some iwop'e, of Kuarammi to scire saiisijciton. li you use course, who lielieve that tort of thing, but If Putnam Fadeless Dyes and are dissatisfied, the thinks she csn fool us boyi with such send the empty envelope to Monroe Drug fairy Isles she's very much mistaken." Co., Unionrille, Mo., and they will forPhiladclhia Pott. ward you 10c for every envelope of Putnam Fadeless Dyes. via "Blar Ilosae Seekers' Kscaralons An egotist is a man who ii unable to dis1'oor lloratr." To the North, Weit, Northwest, South- guise- the interest he feels in himself.-Cbi-c- sgo Daily News. west, South and Southeast. Selling dates: August 13th, September 5th snd lUlh; snd I hsve found l'iao's Cure for Consumption on October 3d snd 17th. 1809, at one fare, plus $2.00 to authorized points in the fol- sn unfailing medicine. F. It. Lots, 1305 lowing states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkan-ss- Scott St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1891. llritlih Columbia, Colorado, Florida, (Seorgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, We hsve heard of several, hnt never knew Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, t man who could enjoy a joke on himself. nlinnesota, Mississippi, Miuouri, Montans, Atchison Globe. Msnitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Hall's Catarrh Car &uth Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, I.'tali, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Is taken Internally. Price 75c. Washintton. For full information and nsr- College graduates snd thermometers are ticulsrs as to rates, routes, tickets, limits, stop-ovprlvileget, etc., call on Agenti marked by degrees. Chicago Daily News. "llig Four ftoute," or address the underOne who hss a mind to think will soon signed. W. P. Deppe, A. G. P. T. Agt., Warren J. Lynch, Gen. Pais. & Tkt. Agt., have a thinking mind. flam's Horn. Cincinnati, O. Elton-CotterlFoot-KatI :J..-'ii-nr-tiei, Okla-hom- GIRAFFES IN AFRICA. Tho fleet Mass Wist. constantly getting medical treat 8ome THEment nndwomen are well. "A woman best understands are never lilt of women orerahadow their whole lire. PRACTICAL WOMEN HELP FOR SUFFERING ji f MIA FASHIONABLE AUTUMN AND WINTER SKIRT. bo-cau- se i ' $3.35 OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE .IVF.STOCK-CatUe.comm- l, 1 i lIIMIIHMIMIMMIIIIMICMimIWMIMM if TDR. A ! tt fe No. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels gently on the Cleanses the System S3&S3.50 W. L. DOUGLAS JJo LAKU-Wrs- tern OIIAIN-Wheal- -Na forn-Mlx- I(-- Nti & r-- y UllAIN-Whtat-- ,TSBIC.ALECT5- ri iu . nW?. Mir cur, wny hi ico Where Love is, (here God Is also. Ill tho City lived Mnrtill Allam, a shoemaker. Ho lived inn basement, I,oron1',r,,,wln '""" lM"' Miss Mattio Eager, of Bonttyvillc, HOME. FARM. SCHOOL. i .:.,.tn. n in. is tho guost of Mrs. Mark Flnncry of Killed br Mm. Kitr. K. I'iitmam. Tr.fhcr in Edited liy 8. 0. Mto, rrofcMor of llrnilcrll-tiiMiu 11 t:ni luum 'Tim vuv ninuuiu inwu Kdltcd lr Mm. KlilA II. Yixt'M, iKnn nf Hie Noimal Deiotrlmeiil, Hens Col If re. Tho window looked out on tho street. IWfrrn Collrce. ncro ollnrr. this pi nee. Clover Itottom. Through the window ho used to watch Teachers cannot hopo to be of much Kincnj who was shot a colShe was a woman of about sixty, Thomas Tho form department of tho After n separation ot about n we6k, tho people passing by; although only John Garrett nnd wife are reunited. few days ngo by C. C. Hydons, is the wifo of n Pennsylvania farmer. lege was enriched last Saturday !y real help In the use of good English their foot could be seen, yet by tho Her day was not orentftil. She roue the arrival by express of two beauti- If thoy use incorrect expressions themTho mooting closed nt Caro very much Improved. boots Martin Adam recognized their selves everyday. nt four in tho morning, and mado up ful heifer calves of the Ilolstoin-FriesiaCounty.Attoraey D. F. Collier and owners. Martin Adam had lived long Springs with nn addition of four to Hero nro a few of tho things that wo breed. Thoso aro a gift sefamily of MoKoo visited relatives nt tho fires in tho stoves. Her husband in ono place, nnd had many acquain- tho church. and sons wore asleep. "Men," ulio cured through our field agent, Prof. need to notice "I don't know twlh-i'this place during tho pant week. Mrs. Wonsley Bilker nnd daughter tances. Few pairs of boots in his iilwut It." I don't seo none." "I Dr. John Miiha(Ty,of this county mild, "hated Iiouho work." She did H. M. Pennlnmn, from generous district had not been in his hands Lntirn, aro visiting relatives and not call the girls until breakfast waB frieuds of Herea and her work in far aint got none."' This sentenco could nnd a former student of Beren once nnd again. Somo he would half friends here. hardly ho more incorrect buttholittlo is tho Kcpulican nominee in this nearly ready, becnuso "young things away Massachuetts, Xo event could sole, some ho would patch, some ho Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Powell lost needed sloep." Sho milked fivo cows more perfectly illustrato how ninny word 'got' is subject to much mistreatwould stitch around, nnd occasionally their bnby boy last week. His death district for representative in tho Leg- lioforo tho hand are helping ou the work of ment even by peoplo who speak fairnull was fairly up. he would also put on new uppers, was" caused by n disease of tho head islature. Tho farmer, his fivo children and placing an education within the reach ly good English. "1 haven't got any" Mr. Sum Peters, an energetic young two And through the window lie often ro- - lor brain. sat down to break- of the poorest boy or girl iu this would say what it means if "got" wero farmer of Jackson county, was marricognized his work. Adam had plen-- l Mi8SC8 Almn Bicknoll nnd Eliza fast, and hhe poured out tho coiTco section of the country. Hotter tilled left out. Let everybody quit using ty to do, because he was a faithful Gentry, of Ifed Lick, and Miss Laura ed Wednesday to Miss Martha Cam-bi- and baked tho cakes which they ato. Innds, better tools, better stock all "aint" and "habit." And then tho an eitoemablu young lady of this workniun,us(Hlgo(Alinnterial,didnotjCojl0(0r nt.re, imve visiting After thoy hud finished she ato her menu more money to send tho young- verbs! What xhall wo do with our place. make exorbinnt charges, and kept his fr;(,tj(iH t this place. own breakfast, if sho cared for any. sters to school with. Whoever helps "comes" and "swins" and "donos", r. . i ai woni. 11 nc can unisn an order ny a The Mormons aro again overrun-niu- g Then camo washing or ironing or to make the land around Unrea pro- How often wo henr "Ildoue it," "Sho Bick-ne- ll Fever is raging here. John certain time, ho accepts it: if not he this neightiorhood iu tho uiin .scrubbing or baking until it wns time duce lietter crops or induces the seen it", "He come homo yesterday". is recovering from a severe will not deceive you, he tells you fo "Iiojhj of building up Zion." Thoy for tho heavy noon meal which sho farmer to raio lietter or moro profit- Lot us dike just those three rcrls and of typhoid, and Miss Laura beforehand. And all knew Adam, Lane has a fresh attack of the same. seem to Im as zealous workers as cooked. Her daughters used some-time- ) able stock on their lands than thoy improve our umi of them. and he was never out of work. Principal parts tlo not menu anyto help n little, but in on idling, have been raising, is as directly helpLloyd Click has been having mal- were tho Pharisees. Adam had always been a good man; Nov. S. F. Kelly of the Methodist aria fover, but is rapidly recovering. way. Sometimes hIim ing nlotig the cause of education ns thing la children that hare never but ns he grow old begau to tliinknioro Episcopal church has again boon sp- would drivo I hem out with a queer, he who subscribes to tho Pearsons studied grammar, and some of us "If you scour th world you will about his soul, and get nearer toGod. endowment fund. So speed tho day could give pages of verbs and not linted pastor of this, the Boonoville pathetic smile. when the progeny of those black nnd Martin's wife had died when ho was never find n remedy equal to Ono circuit. Wo congortulato ourselves on "Young folks like pleasure. Thoy white beauties shall dot nil the past- make a mistake Iu principal parts, still living with his master. His wifo Minute Cough Cure," savs Editor having secured tho pastoral service of ought to have their fun!" nho would ures around us, and the day wheu by who, yet, cannot make our practice left him a boy three years old. Mono Facoler, of tho Micanopy, Fla., "Hust such nn ablo divine. the uso of the drain, tile, cow peas, fit our knowledge. say. of their other children had lived. All ler." It cured his family of Lagrippe Wo enn toll tho children that some There was tho morning's work to and superior cultivation tho pastures shall produco a plenty to feed them words aro not usisJ the eldest had died in childhood. and saves thousands from pneumonia, Joseph Stookford, Hudson, Mo., with "has" and croup and all throat and healed a sore, running for seventeen finish after tho dinner was over. Af- all. Martin at first intended to send his bronchitis, "have," and put illustrations ou the Ilolsteiii-Fricsinter supper waB over, everylwdy found The or as they years and cured his piles of long S. E. Welch, Jr. little sou to his sister in the village, lung troubles. find into our own converstanding by using Dowitt's Witch some recreation but mother. The far- are more commonly called, Holstein black-lioarbut afterwards ho felt sorry for him: Estill Hazel Salve. It cures all skin diseas- mer smoked, tho young peoplo visited cattle are probably tho oldest breed sation: ho thought to himself, "It will bo hard of domestic cattle in es. S. E. Welch, Jr. have come" tho neighbors, or gathered atone end have been developedthe world. Thoy "camo, Locust Branch. iu the eountriiw for my Kapit to live in a strange famihave seen" of the Krch chattering and laughing. of North Holland and Frieslnnd, "saw, Miss Lilian Bicknoll is in Berea To the Voters or the iiOtli Senly. I shall keep him with me." have done" Mother was inside at work, sewing or countries that have been famous for "did, atorial District. And Adam left his master, and went on a visit. Tho following card from one of tho with her great basket of stockings. their dairy products for more thun u kept in view of tho school for a few We ore having very fine weather, into lodgings with his little son. But, weeks will be a help In fixing tho most distinguished citizens of our Sho would look out at thorn smiling. ' hundred years. Long before the Engthrough God's will, Adam had no but need mora rniu. Commonwealth will be of interest to is all "They like their fun," she would! lishmen on the other sldo of the Chan practical knowledge. But luck with children. As Kapit grew Miss Doisy Richardson is very ill all voters. Editor. nay. Sh looked st them again some- nel had dovelod the splendid beef the while fixing Incorrect forms In older, he began to help his father, and with typhoid fover. I had supposed that my political times as if, old as she was, she would qualities of the Shorthorns and Here-ford- s, mind, and wo must give our children 'Would have been a delight to him, the thrifty Hollanders had much practico nfinr expression nnd Fred Click nnd Jeff Murphy visited career had closed with my service in j like somo fun too, but she never join-emade their cattle famous for milk. not depend on nicely correcting misbut fell Bick, went to bed, Buffered a Ella Bicknell Suuday. tho lost constitutional convention, but them. They wcro with friends Like the beef hreodri the Holsteins takes. I feel that I cannot emphasize week, and died. Martin buried his A few days' meeting will be held nt tho Republican convention hold at whom they had mado at collego and hnvo attained i higher dtigrce of ex too much the value of memorizing son, and fell into despair. So deep Bever Pond, commencing last Satur- Stanton, Ky., Sept. 14 gavo mo tho school. Mother had !oen very little celleuctt at the hands of skilled and ixH'ins nnd "gems" of prose for thoir was this despair, that ho began to unanimous nomination for tho office at school when she was youtiir. Be onterprUiiig American breeder thnu influenco ou language as well as on day, complain of God. Martin fell into they ever tOfeaed nt home. They are thought. Tho leaves are nulling on their Mrs. Knto Still is very low with of Senator. This nomination was sides, she had no time for idling.' a much larger and courser bom! such a melancholy state, that more wholly unsolicited and unexpected, Sometimes when sho was making' breed (han the Jerseys that nro moro Autumn dresses and there aro many than once he prayed to God fordcath, consumption and is uot expected to - j shirts for the Iwys, sho worked until common iu this part of tho country, beautiful pooms that fit but was felt by mu to bo a great houthe time of and reproached God because ho did livo long. VAt) pound Ircltiir n fair average for year. Most of you have Susan Cool-idgor, and after deliberation nnd iu obed-- j midnight. innot take him who was an old man, Quite a number of young folks iencc to tho wishes of poem "I'll (ell how the loaves my friends I ' Ono of her days was like all others n cow. Their milk differs from that stead of his beloved son. Adam also from this place attended the meeting of tho.Ieieys in Iwing bftter adapt- come down." Let the children learn nomi-- ' except tho Sunday, have determined to accept the when him hud ed to cheehe making, or in other it perfectly before golden Octolier is ceased to go to church. at Panola Sunday. nation, aud. if ratified bv vour suf- - timo to go to church. Sho was very words, it is rich iu casHi1, the nitrog- over, and leach them to wntch NaAnd once a little old man, a Yes, we know winter is near for we tngM to discharge t10 ,ltie there- - happy there, es'Hrinlly when they enous, muscln-iunkinportion of ture's changes aud to love, the outcame to Trinity to see saw the white, frost last Thursday by imKscd on me to the best of my saug any hymn which sho had known milk. As butler makers, tiioiiL'h thoy door world more and the world of Adam: for seven years he had been Farmers will now have to savo fod are not to bo despised, for the cow joop!o better. ability. as a girl, she would join, scarcely Mercedes, of this breed, won tho chalabsent. Adam talked with him, nnd der and dig potatoes for a while. I do uot like to close any of our The election just before us is in my above her breath, for she knew her lenge cup offered by tho Hreoders talks without somo little word that began to complain about his sorrows. President Kink, Farmer's Bank, judgement tho most important one voice was cracked. i Gazette in 188.'l, for the greatest butter will muke it seem moro worth whilo "I hnva nn mnrn rlnsim in l!vi " hp for thirty consecutive ' B"klyii Mich., has used DeWitt's that has been hold in tho state since t When strangers remarked she wait yieldof any breed. The cupdayB by a to live. said: "I only wish I was deud. That cow was won We am not oxp-cl- cd to spend even iB all I pray God for. I am a man Little Early Hisera in his family for I have been a voter. It involve uot growing thin, her children replied it on n yield of W pounds (ij ounces of ono hundred years in this beautiful years. Says they are the best. Theso so much those important economic was no wonder. Mother's energy ( unsalled butter, or au average of il world, but even that length of without anything to hope for now." time And the little old man said to famous little pills cure constipation, questions which hnvo heretofore been would wear tho flesh from any wo- pouudN 5 ounces a day. Another cow, would Ire far too little in which to Aggie Hosa, gave 'Jtil'M pounds of lean, "all about" anyone of the biliousness, nnd all liver and bowel matters of party division, but in fact man's Ixxly. him, milk in a year, or an avenigo of over things that we see daily. S. E. Welch, Jr. Ono day however, when thoy came TA tho personal liberty of every citizen. "lou Hon t talk right, .Martin: wo troubles. pounds aday while n record of 87 J I hoard one old man If elected, I shall devoto evory en down to breakfast, tho tablo wus not i pounds of milk in a ninglo day, with birds.- Hu had watrtuvltalking . about must not judge God's doings. The llmm .!. . . . . ... possess to tho repeal of tho spread, and no fires wero lighted, au average of 81 pounds a day for led them, loved them, all his life and erirv I world moves, not by your skill, but UocIkjI For the first timo in her life, when ten days, is held by another. Tho ii was ii great pleasure to Scnilbld Cane. odious statute known ns tho bear him by God's will. God decreed for your Mr. Taylor Abnar has commencod Election Law, and to tho restoration she was needed, mother lay in her steers of this breed are more slow to talk of his feathered friends. I want son to die, for you to live. Conof that old auu long mod system pro Ixxl still and quiet. Sho would iicv-- : mature into blocky beef animals than to encourage every girl and boy to go to build a barn. sequently, it is for the best. Aud you vailing in the state. short horns, but aro capable of mak- to work at onco and learn all you posGrinding cane, cutting corn, run ing very heavy animals. Oxen have sibly can about the out door world. I need not add that I shall endeav er work for them more! aro in despair, because you wish to live ning shingle and saw mills seem to be ever to support such irenernl leirislaweighing 1S00 After thoy had buried her they been slaughtered Our languago is a growth. We for your own happiness." tion as will advance tho welfare of all kuew how much they loved her. pounds. the most important work The grades ot Holstein have inherited most of it -- perhaps a "But what shall one live fort" ask people. breeding are excellent combination few wordu or expressions aro original John M. Shearer left Sep. 22 for classes of They never wearied in talking of her animals, the heifers ed Martin. making excellent with us. Relying upon the confidonco you Illinois where ho will visit his relatives milkers and tho steers fattening readhave always heretofore accorded to unfailing gentleness, her tender And the little old man said. "Wo We shall find it much harder to and friends. He has not been there mo, and for which you have my pro her perfect unselfishness. ily for beef. study language alono than to study must livo for God, Martin. He gives for fourteen years. Willis, his brother, found gratitude, I shall await the ro We feel that tho advent of these trees, or birds, or stars, or atones, None of them seemed to think, how you life, and for his sake you must suit of tho strutrcrlo before us with ov ever, that by any effort of theirs they two hoifers marks on era in the Col- without a teacher. went with him. live. When you begin to live for him, lege fanning. A sire will bo secured err assurance of your kindness and "The world is ao full of a "When our boys were almost dead support, I have honor to bo your obe could have kept hor with them still, from another strain of the same famyou will not grieve over anything, and nutner of things. . loving patient and unselfish. sen-antfrom hooping cough, our doctor gave dient ily and thus tho foundation will be all will seem easy to you. I think we should all be aa ucbtis t . uurnam. Youth's ComKuiton. laid for a pure-breherd. happy as Kings. " Martin kept silent for a moment, One Minute Cough Cure. Thoy re Millions of dollars, is the value pin and then says, "But how can one livo covered rapidly," writes P. B. Belles, ced br Mrs. Mary Bird, Ilarrisburg, Argylo, Pa. It cures coughs, colds, Pa., on tho life of nor child, which she for the sake of God!" And the little old man said, "Christ grippe, and all throat and lung troub saved from croup by ttie uso ot uue Cure. It cures all Minute has taught us how to live for God. les. S.E. Welch, Jr. coughs, Cough and throat and lung colds You know how to read. Buy a a. h Welch, Jr. troubles. Testament, and read it: there you will learn how to livo for God. EveryBee Lick. FEUDISTS HELD. thing is explained there." Mrs. S. A. Barnes is very sick. sheriff. And these words kindled a firo in London. Kv.. Sent. 27,-T-. he ... Mrs. R. W. Reynolds is very sick. wan a posse, capiuroui nnurew i i Adam's heait. And he went that very uni- We had a good rain Thursday night, fin. stonson of Sol Griffin, the recog same day, bought a Now Testament in largo print, nnd began to read. which was badly neodod. nized leader of the Clay county Grif At first Adam intended to read only Wo had a heavy frost Tuesday fin faction. Ho was esoortod to Man on holidays; but as ho began to read, fatal to lato corn. chestor undor guard Tuesday morn it so cheered his soul that ho used to night, which proved in a. Rev. John Todd is holding a pro read every day. At times ho would The killing for which seven oi two become bo absorbed in reading, that tracted meeting at tho Christian Griffins aro to answer occurod on Deputy nil tho kerosene in the lamp would Church. Horee creek, Clay county. bum out, and still ho could not tear Thacker and his brother- himsolf away. And the more ho read, Read Covington and Mitchol's ad. Smith, were fired on from ambush, tho cloarer he understood what God ou tho first page. They have a fine killing Thacker and wounding Smith. wanted of him, and how one should lot of goods. rue uentrai itecom. live for God; aud his hoart constantly grow easier and easier. Formerly wlion ho lay down to sloop, ho used to sigh aud groan, and always think H"AK ACROSS THE COLLEGE OREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS fmUr tABIMtl llltlblllHIRU MAC HI HI "7 ifHim.W..Ml1Mti usu luuouiiuumtnti fourut4nii irurui uvpuc nu ir it aasBBBaB of his Kapit; aud now ho only UJ,. aaav BIB , c. aawjr-- i u m a. la ! mii Mntfui uMnrjlvikriiT m reprsniu, OO, od TUK tiKKiTUT MiJUUlS IOU "Glory to theo! glory to thee, m hlfc m A CHANCK FOH rnuNDKu KVKHY1IOIIV ",T.:SM Special Offer Pries $15.50 Lord! Thy will bo dono." 1MJS aaaaaawaaaraaaEriiTvaw' ml freitftit ebtrurt. Mtcblu wcitfha.it; tuuuJtirthfrtJtrbt And from that tiuio Adam's wholo atiAicou for wbfcw Bill.. QUE it THIU MONTHS TRIAL will In ISO teachers, 70O studeuts (from 20 states.) Hast Library In Kentucky. Over No Saloons. will return juurlU.n life was chuuged. lit other days ho, yuur own hnu, in fruu uot MtUAatl- - WttlldlferBlhMHil tr4sr 1m(uI rS4.10. too, used to drop into a saloon, as u iu.wu, vis.va, is.w bp, n mu7ncnbj in our tr HU holiday amusement, to drink a cup of Ymita'pqns vsr,-:- ? For those NOT sufllclently udvanced to gat a teacher's certificate: tea; aud he was not averse to a httlo I. Trado Schools : Carpeutry, Housework, Printing- - two years. brandy cither. He would tako u 4t(uinU,oirrlna Mmm4 iteUrs uuUrr variousr pm, with rialaH riU b imsmIi. ktra aktf r rlM II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal a nd, tho auvuiiced courses. drink with some acquaintance, nnd iriEl PU t LJl Vrv tun twin Minor mm jikh For those sufllclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate : 1 leave tho saloon, not intoxicated exftvan. kr ta vtu is vr uaWra lala1amerit. HM III. Farming and Agriculture, gurdenlng, stock raising, forestry, etc, two years. actly, yet in a happy frame of mind, A fft IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, otc. two years. rrtkMl MtrrlalMMr and inclined to talk nonsense, uud raa by j. V. Normal Courso for toachors three years, with practico teaching, SOLID 9UAHTCR SAWED OAK shout und uso abusive language at u VI. Academy Course -- fouryears, fitting for Collego, for business, nnd for life. rluMat..ilUiJtptutftrlu Bti'uOtobuU ii.MbrUUi.ilul person. Now ho left off this sort of lb. ollurrepeawllli lull Unttt l.l.l. and b.d la lot For those more udvanced i VII. Collego Course- s- Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. thing. His life became quiet and Onl.h, tiant nullh mu un Adjunct Departments t VIII. Musiu Rood Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. dr. bod o4 dmnim r.Lln.timiuln.Rmlb ElcL.I Uud. rru.M lumt Kick four joyful. In the morning he sits down mdju.ull. Imili. Irou Ira tulltl. IX. Heroa General Hospital Two years courso iu tho care of tho sick, Mil k,U. poaiU'. rur raotlun lUmllag Ibulll., autumalU to work, finishes his allottod task, and twkUq wlndar.adJu.UUa f4. patanl Wtutoa lllaratur.lmproiad luoaa ba.rlnn, thrillim wbl. adJutUDl. prcwurt foot, lnirrov.d Ihultl rti.p. bAlnk n.dlatr takes tho little lamp from the hook, ... mvurf wd Wautfallr Berea places the best education Iu reach of all. It is not u monor-makinrawaldr.MKU.rd, a.. I. IuImwIi institution. Its Instruction In .U4.I lrisaa. OUARANTKKO lUllrto.c mH, hm. 4.rftU aa4 a.PMl puts it on the table, gets his book Iwr, Im. MIMiwil m ihiuh ar.a aur rm ir free irift. It alms to help thoso who valuo education and will help themselves, and charirea a small Inrldonial shelf, opens it, and sits down now aaronaraarvn Hand do .Itb.r plala or an from the crucuoa boom miuju.i to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction, Students must also pay for their board. Expenses for term alad of UJK7 vark. I H.4la (laar.au. I. Mnlwltli bachina. to read. And the mora ho reads, tho IT rOQTC Vnll NOTUItjn UMui tiwi.HUtMMUM.Minn.N 1 with (Z weeks) may bo brought wituin f2i, about nail oi wulcn must be paid in advance. ..w.... ... thoM rouf iU1kair .aliacirala.au io " al more he understands, and the brightaa.ao, and Ibao If aonrlaaad that fv ara aaflan a.Vii to M.uo. par your fralflit airaat tha la.SOL is endoised by Baptists, Congregationallsts, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of er and happier it is in his heart. t to lircai TOO alt.la ir.laar lima llblrilliraauiaib. you .r rouanast uiuiad. Oaa lViI. allTho school tt denominations. For information or frttndly advlne addrtt the r.) DOH'I DXLAY. (baara, Hotlmcx acg.(n Ibraa.blr (7"u bt tvnllnui,) AWM', SEARS, ROEBUCK it CO. (inc.) Chicago, III. uxsv. x. KAiicumiaU, lili, l) Iierea, Madison Co., ICy. The Counties. reelith Copy for Owsley County. ed thl Depurtminl mml Iluck Greek. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE '. Jackson ounty. THE THE n hj Col-leg- farm-hund- s o, it i,, nt-tn- ck half-hearte- d n, d County. beef-eatin- g J fellow-countryma- - j j j Rockcastle County. i pat-tienc- e, d Pulaski County. rt in-la- SEND NO MONEY aurass Iba-l- 1 mmmmwawA. BEREA COLLEGE bewahe qf - Im m m 1MB rt, tr r.llaMa.-KlIu- Vlce-lrtidm-