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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 11, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899101101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 11, 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 CircBktiM, 1000. VOL. I. The Citizen. Deioted to tbe Fan independent WEEKLY Mc NO. a Year 17. luteals of ttia Home, School, and Farm. HERKA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIt 11, 1899. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KDITOK anil MANACIKH. Personals. II. II. Jiiliiintnii I In wliool kiIii. MIm Sallle McCnlliim of f 'hlraxo I. Uter Mm. Ioii HaiiMiii. rltltlnx lift A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine tm In vlill Mn. Mr. Jainra llcCollum I.011 ami wife are ruMlibol it THi: CITIZUN, Jlcreu, Ky. Iho offlci itf nt tht MIm. Anna Vay a few In ,n-nweek. In Wlurhrater with her lirother ami fam- llahou. llauou ri"ctnl "JENNES MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect W j"rr ehIM ul Itrmi, A., at mini' IDEAS. Nature Intended Tlio trustee of ovory tlmtriet aro Accept No Other n now Iwing tHlfil -- those who engagDOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO ed good teachers aro worthy of all 207 Wt Miln St. RICHMOND, KY. honor, nnd Hiomo who gave or (told the schools to inferior tenchrm have Iw Wi truyed their tniHt, nnd injured every child in tlio district. Among tint candidate for whom Clothing for Iw money K(V Wk Thau tl-here. How tan wr afford to lull inch The remit of ffxx jrorX nnd reasonable prices in thai we W tliaii.ilnlirrtr liurnrr l pure nnd ilmple: dun li a modem itore. txinttnicted J our vote are asked urr noma men now have customers in all parts of the State our ( lollilng l old on the imnllcit margin of prof!!, ftfo itrlctlyou progrele .ln, whom we know to m devoted to tho When you mait i M. depending on a large volume or l.ii.liun. The more 'lothlng we aril, the greater M public welfare. Such men nro Hon. wer Ihe low ir our prlri-i- , that'athv ilory In a our pun hailug C. I. Biirnam ou tint Hepnblicnn in ticket, N. 11. Coy on tho Democratic 1st us know ami ire will send you desiyn and prices tickot, nud Mr. Wallace on tho ProhiOh U bition ticket. K.IOKM02STID - Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Now is tlio tiino to get letter prepared for stock, ami to lay in a sup-pl- y ... ... of firewood which may save the people among whom they labor for At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. health of our f ami lien when tht mild METHODS support while engaged in their mis weather is pant. nion work, no you will fell liko invitKy. -i OF HARWOOD, Tim Collegeto open itn winter ing them to dino with you, or even to term Dec. Kith. Thin means that tint hor Ihli iH(au iNrrniani'iit hr. make their liomo at your liouso while inyourneighiwrhood. At ny rat... students will be hero htfurt Christ-- ! they will manage, to talk with you. if A. P. SETTLE, Locals. mas. 1 nr. Citizen understands that you will let them, agaiu and again, with nil tin students here, Christmas ' The assessor is ou the war path. luntil in each case thev have reached Attorney and Notary Public, will boa big day. and celebrated in Rev. William R. Campbell. a good Kint at which to leave you The hog law needs a littlo attenBerea, Kentucky. with n tract which will follow up nnd such n way n Iuih never loen known, tion. frttm tttfk hrfmetoft (C"' "clinch" what they have said to you ' . ho us to outshine any uttractioiiH Ottlieon Main Street, hi Mawnle Bldg, up?taln. Mr. E. L. ItobiiiBou was elected i If, howt'wr, thev Km! you dissatis- - in conversation. May 1 Im thero to te! f!,t nrilixLTiintleil ill vour liresent re- trustee. ns school they will iw likely to make n you Yoa Want GOOD Oct. I" the Tuesday lecture will 1k lations. impression upon you in a Educational needs of this region. ' Digests GLASSES favorable Itartlflclally digests the food and aids The Wide World. 1 will legin my given in the Library, bv Mm. C. V. lilttlo while. When thev ask you to remarks by quot TJntitrn In ct rnnof hAnlnc nnrl rpcnn. The condition of alTaint in South Gould. what church you belong, if for exam- - ing from the memoirs of the veucr-- 1 atructlng the exhausted digestive "I am a Methodist," they able John O. Fee, without mention of gans. It Is the latest discovered digest- Africa la erioua. The Engliah and Tho City Bakery has been purchax wj(, o other preparation pfQimjy nii; " Do von attend whom a correct hptorv oi Uerea Cl ant and tonic, tho Bocra havu odvnnced to within n ixl by Illinium nnd blagner and is doefficiency. c,ur.u r,.Kufarlyf" Should voureplv: lege cannot lx given. His wortls are. can approach It In permanently It In- few milei of each other, and lighting ing a nourishing business. cures "Not -- err regnlarlv, " thoy will these: "Alwut this timo came Hro. stantly rcllevesand " 4ould Candt.; and while cliopping wootl ia liablu to bogin at any tinie. l'arlin-incu- t prolmbly ask: "It did mo more good thnn nUy. 1 then piknl up in my yanl, we ta k ia making great preparation for fe. gncadach c.Gastral gia.Crarnps.anrj thing I ever used Mr dyspepsia 7.?u oitig all the tniu.. Ther wil up the idea of a morooxtendetl school aUotherresultsof Imperfectdlgcstlon. war, tint many Englishmen expresa was of months standing; ' VOU WANT THEM AT ALL. niter eating i;kilv ask: " Whr not! n college, in which to educate not, PrtDartdbyE.c.Dwittaco..Chieaao. Should the opinion that it may Ik) averted. it wan terrible. Now I am well." vntt "renlr: " HtHittiiso tho minister rnierely in tho knowledge of the dlawea that are not Droperly ailltiteil tcr your WI2I.CII, .IK ryea arc actually ilanncrou.. 1 ltnorf It. ami Tho Holland Society of New York haa writes S. 1). Keener, ought to know it. I will not attempt to ;utt i sitiL'lon Kns lis not eloquent, " thev . will probably sciences, but also tho principles of ,, Sialyl to your eyra until I know what li ucvled. ,i r i i;i..lr ,i ;J(;., , i,. ,i:,.: . . NHV oxprcased its ayinpathy with tho -LEWIS A. DAVIS, Eyei cxamlnert irre. oi kokoi uyH,H)ps,a cure, it ti.gwts nllli,ns'Hmlor of C irist: .irovernme it." f. Koera. .' 'i",.t II we naiise hen nml think what Medicine and A7cf line of Xorelties in &. eich, .ir. what you eat, i.wi.-sua ho otiyrht alwavs to HIH'OK g Negotiations have liegtin for JKWELliy. D. ntirlmna. of ChieniM. with the ' demonstration nnd power remarkable results have grown out of ltnv. Huvenil of tint Kuropoan capi-tal- a of tho Spirit.' If ho does not so this private talk between these Christ-'- , T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. v v (via w i iiicitviiv'i ' iui it Otlicv at Hesideuce. with long ditatu-- telephones. speak, it proves that ho HpeaJts with- iaiiment No one heanl this conver-- 1 Similar and gave the Tuesdav lecture. out authority and does not deserve a satiou but Got!, nud none but him! A aharp fight at N'ovoltn. Ialaud of I could conceive what should follow it. young ladies aud goutletueu have' Should you answer Luzon, on Oct. 8, resiilUxI in the The subject of tho lecturo was, "Howl jK.arug. ' Hut by faith these two brethren gone out to the mountains of Ken-- j do not feel like gomg to church very driving back of tho imuirgentH nnd tho Hiblo was matle. IJothdtscotin-es greatly onjoved, nnd Mr. Hur-- ; regularly, because thero aro class tho capture of ioveral forts. Twelve were they lookwl for a city which hath states proparetl to elevate tho scliools U A AT PA Si ill has made a 'host of friends in U iX foundations, whose builder and maker and ruliue tho inauiier of thoso gener- - Ilxiliwull I HUVIU S Americans were woundixl. The , Berea. Hoisa uativeof Iowa.agrad-liaviug the one puriwse, ous people, who were before denied uakl, any ,.Xl.uso which puts the is liotl. loss is unknown. destniction by these wily Mor-nu- the terror of Atrucpoflivo daya has Ihhii de- uato of the I'niversity of Colorado blunio upon others, encourage you in .fires, and of mobs, theobatacles which tho advantages but a Christian educn-- ' tho various lor tho beuevolent tiou. und who Chicago Theological Seiniunrv, mou olders " will clared iMitween tho government and encountered did not deter them, terms of . this college must reuioiu un is and has held pastorates iu Chicago the filing that the faultMinify with tho thev 11 r tho insurgents iu Venezuela. jii.iipiin run iiiiniuiHr. air ... w 111111 mi ana like tiacou oi oui, uiey wresneii elucatcu. v v..w v V II II t (la i. and !u Kansas. We must not fail to inentiou tho, than yourself. Perhaps they will say, until thoy received the blessiugs, H. C. JASPER, M. D. (illi'L'n .... l..... nfinn .lr certainty, nn nnrt enn mid Hoi-enf . niTioiillnni nml NATIONAL NEWS , . , . caseToTallpox nr.. rt. .lilauio you lor not " V1I. at.1nonie in jtistcati oif growingwas a I. is con - mcchauicai. urts, w .men uavo recently t Tw,y MEDICINE and SURGERY, oui, n lecung Ou Dowey'H revommendation, the portetl at Hristol.Teuu. This will suniilr a Office in Prathtr Buildine, Richmond, Ky. ii church where such thincs exist, stantly becoming new, more attract- - beeu added. . w.nl.l nrvr nt Iwiinn in such ive. mill otri'llL'thenillL' in its mission i.r..n nninnirtlin InlinriiiL' classes I'rivtident orderttl several more war-- ! Telephone 103 & 109 a church ourselves. These things nro. of gootl work, adding daily to its of the country and should be ships to the l'hillipiucs. sn mnnv tiroofs that tho church facilities for tho distribution of know-- , oiuraL'etl. All men cnunot obtaiu Tho awonl voteil by Congress, was Until Farther Nolice of which you speak is not tho Church . hxlge and charity. Instead of tho supiiort by scientific knowledge, presented to Admiral Dewey by Pres of Christ. In tho Church of Christ rude mid improvised cottngo in which Manual labor is necessary, but this E. B. McCOY, Siibscriliors to ull the meuiiHrs are urotuers aim sis-- tno scuooi ueguu, mu coiiee nun nus ooi's not imply mat txiucuieu inuor is idunt McKinloy at Washington. tars iu Christ Jesus; nnd ouo person buildings sulllcieiit for tho instruction uot more prosperous than the President MeKinley nrrivwl in C'li- matter, of more thuii ouo thousnnd students. .Hlucnted. THE CITIZEN A fmv nnsons whv all should be cago Saturday. Ho made no specchon .vlw.ilw.r Im tins fine clothes or has Instciid of tho one lone teacher, Otis may got ulso ? much money or not." They will II, Wnters. a score or more professors liicattHl: It is true'thut ull cannot on his way through Ohio, but Hiwko innotn from tho Bible somo such ims are uow employed who would do lw teachers, ministers, doctors, law- QTDPFT aover.il limes in Illinois nud was every-- , ipu mnlnrln Plofln Of or statesmen, but all should be CCIN 1 Civ sairo ns tho following: "Tho rich and huuor lto tiny college in tho land. lUlCUU DlflUC . Ua ,a S lUu . . ... J where enthusiastically recoiv!. -, .. of a few tracts of literature judges of these professions in order to . gX m. bortl is lusieau tocelher: n .1 4 the noor meet tliuniull' the nrovo to coiitributtHl by Clay. Jones, nnd imuent the imoosition of cranks finiirtPrni!) (i,.,-iLrnM'flP .flflKVl IIP to Several times during the week t ) AKJ . UUIlllUUlUIUl 1UU UUUWIIUU .1... ...wilv ,.nn,lini. "l V. .. .....Vl" I,,,,, nicolK'lweeu tho Hritishand American . J .v .r..... 1:1. ...... ..r i i C. I. OQG, Proprietor. i,.. .iiw.r.,.. iiiuiuiun- - inimii ji ui.-- i iiiuie nuinv Willi .i lite ii:i.i ituu ii iid fimvn ilmiiunil OI .... .hjiicuiiuu, w.. .......i iu i, For 50c a Year. yachts, tho Shamrock and tho Colum. . not tho true church. If those "elders" volumes at the service of all who do educated Iu order to tho more nearly 100 ItOiniDg BUI Th FIlOlOS. bia, has Ihh.-i- i nttetnptiHl hut has becu All for $1 00 a year. were honest with vou they would toll sire to use it. Iustend of a meagre onnroach tho stature of manhood and tleclaretl o(T ou account of failure of Z vou there are creator class distiuc- - subsi'riptioiis from frieuds with which womauhood designed for us by ouri Lowest PrlMS. os Finish dt the : i .. i. .1 itiiiii in uuj oth - to carry on its work, it now has an heavenly father as instruments of his tho wind. II0IIS III incir ciiiiiLii .i Miss this for you to learn endowment of nearly threo hundred honor, llegavo mankind a wonderful leave f'er; but they and to your sorrow after' thousand dollars. Instead of u few The experiment of woman sulTrago intellect unit we are under obligations a. for rourself DKXTAL SURGERY. iA in several western states has shown (ifinift fll VUUU they havo convertwl you to their faith, 'timid but devoted friends who daroto improve it iu honor of the giver. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. deniou-- , i do uot say that nu uneducatetl p0ssibly the Mormon "elders" may not, on iiiuny occasions, to that when subjected to tho temptaSmith Jluildinij, Main Street, leave you at this point ana put iiiioistrate titeir Kiuuiy leeung wr own persou caniiot serve uoti, out i oe- tions of olitical life women act exAll subscriptions must como your. luuitls a . tract .to snow . you ii0Winai tney were in sympatny wiut us jlt.Vo that tno niun who can truce mo Richmond, Ky. Zv . actly liko men, only things aro iuteu-ailie- T llimtiL'h Tin- Citizenllliuiibii .... ,ir!f,. f U... I........,l.. IwviKn. wlin n.,,,ni..u rolntiniiH nf Telephone, Itr.lilrlirr, No8J, OtUre.NoGO. by having both men and wo 1 nwav from tho ancient simplicity frieiidshii) with inultipluHl thousands Cau master tho tho scieuces of higher men in tho turmoil. Tho teudoucy of which characterize! tho New Testa - of the inost distinguished und miln- - uiutheinutics, who can weigh tho plaunets aud read tho constelution .of inent Church; or, if tho way seems 'entinl characters of tho nation. the times is for womon to havo great- - T- -.t fY Well, you say this is certainly u ro- tho heavous, has a higher conception open, thoy may go right on with tho 1 or opiKirtuiiities for education, and ifinversation until thev have made markablo record of success. Hut per- - ,if tho benefits of heaven anil the Irco entrance into all occupations in vou feel that you have found in thorn hups tho college has been devoted ..rnndeur of tho goodness and power DKALKIt IN AMATKl'll St'l'l'MIW which thoy can liud nu honorable ou more to its owu aggrandisement than 0 Qod. than ouo who does uot the neat menus you over nau. Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices may then ask them who they aro; und to tho benofititig ot its patrous. L"t uuderstund these things. Hut the Idea that tho - ...hi ui uro us see. About tho timo of tho es - And uow as to tho promise of Dr. nu ..11 world could bo iniulo better by havViews about Rerea a specialty. We are ,.icp.ucu to un ...i I. ivinus lllOV Will lllumilJlt lllimiuii vn 1iHHnllr:1. hero tnblishmeiit of this College the p.mrsons to irivo a second $50,000 to I.il. .if jw- - iiriiitinir nt v.re rli.:m r:it.;. ing womon vote is wholly oxphdod. nil the good weean free of charge, shackles of slavery fell from the urius .its emlowinout, 1 uin quite sure that v; itotto. . , i. ..1.1 ... O . I OIU1 IVU1 1,. 1.. Here are n few saiuine lirices; .11 . u nuo .u.... .. uuuw ' irnvei llliuill Ulirw) uraeril'. juai I oif i,iva,i.j iiovihu ...l.n ......A ,.,w,.l nH coiiiu not lun-a- n iu u uiuiu ...1.1.. KncUcAstlo County Association. 50o White envelopes U --'5 ns tho seventy in tho days of Christ. ' loose without inonoy, without homes, purpose, and I hopo it will bo in tho. : 1 tn . ,n..... 1 00 Threo ol our tint lien altemleit a ilUlrlit SOO Killed Note I lends -Iu fact wo aro seventy chosen just as and without kuowleduo of self gov power Ol ii ..i iu a1 tradier'aawiH'latliin ulili-- met at SctilloM Cane. c00 J(ut.d Lettor-llead- s 1 35 tho ancient seventy wen), aud are eminent. And tho good pooplo of the additional ainouut necessary to t Ktr,ay. ti.vlng lo a Ho.keH.iliMi.unly, Office Hours, S to IS A.M., country IliulertnOK to tireiiare secure this gift. nnr 5" upon the same kiud of mission that irr;... J lines . "i" " mibi.-- v.. ....... .lemix ratlc rally at llr.w.lhwi.1, a repulillcau 5 called to fulfill. If we can mum lur mu uiiiuunn .i...t.;.. At ;i...:,i Long live Iho louiiuors oi uereu i to j r. m. .uuoiiui umn. uunumg 1 Ivcglliar Diaieiuenis 50 ther wuro rally at Ml. Vornoii ami wvrral unaller Hill- 5 give you any advice we shall bo glad new conditions. Berea College has q,1 lege, aud loug live tho college, IticlimoiKl, Ky. 1 00 cal callirrliut., Hit' altriiilaneu at tin) I lie at- 500 () X Q ItillUl IllllS to do it, but we cannot advise you to dono its part, nud scattered all over iny tliousaiids more enjoy its benefits MM iauoii waa raiiier tiuaii. Many w 110 Mere t 50 cou O X 12 I... fnniul ii.t .llii.i.llf continue going to such a church, or ll..o ....!.. rr aiwiu. out MKiuii ari ou tne tirugram 1 Hiisinesn Cants DESIGNS 25 listening to such a minister as you und enenretio colored pooplo whoi Iho "PlowIIoy Preucher, He.. I. tlio... nreMiil look hol.l on the .Hur o( Hie 5 II. wiM jM.y M .W'i- - oh unj iw 0 tkt oboer liuvo been telling us ubotit, for thoy have been tho boueficaries of this in Kirkmau, Hello Kive. lll., buys,'!After moment ami tuve wuntt lutervtltnn talk, on AN0 COPYRIGHTS ,VI ftitU rttm, vrtmlkf $hmII tWaif bill or lung Iron OBTAINED mIiooI niaiiaittiuviit, ilutlea ol leather, to ui unlvvt Jar are evidently not truly Christian. stitution, und who hnuo gouo forth to Btilferiug from Hrouchiul or tniin, etc. Tlnf dliiuer wa a ureal tiieo-- ami UmiMH mnli, H mil. alru. (nrr miut br ji(d Potwibly thoy will also by this time build up their fallen race. This of bio for ten years, I was cured by Ouo ADVICES TO PAlENiABIUIY VKH TjAilnly. NoUcJln"lnvnliB A" uuallrnjoyul tliv Manu liMrtnl lio.itallty ol fitr In mlMMr. Wrtlttlit 0M uoout travell- iUolf should commend it to tho favor- Minute Cough Cure. It is all that is Uook "Uow to obtain I'atcnla" HKI1!1 repeated that Mail urdurs carefully attended to. have"without pursoclaim tlio people of Heall'oM Cane. There la auolhrr or scrip," and that able consideration of our country uud claimed for It and more," It cures CKirgtt modtraU. Wo fee Ull patent ia aacnrad. ing at Ml. Vrrnon the 3lt ol Hilt illtlrlrt uud LctUra rtrlcUvooDOJcnUal. Addrtaa. thoy as tho servants of God are de- stump it with national houors. Hut coughs, colds, grippe, 12. ull throat STUDUNTS' JOU PRINT, 0.C E. G. SIC6ERS. Palaat Lantr.Wtihlaatoa, mouth. It l IioiksI that a nuuiber o( our Welch, Jr. pending upon the gonorosity of the this was not all. Thousauds of white and lung troubles. S. Uerea, Kentucky. twu lirra will attend. ily. Iter. II. K. Jloorv of Saltern Itlc Ky., nwln llerra on hli way lo (lie I'rrahylrr at Krantlort. Mr. Amly Jariau illrilTuewlay ninriiliiK. III. ilrath wa raiiMil lir a fall wlikli In' got la.t Wfilnrxlajr. II. r'ulleu. an old iliiilei.t ofHerea, Joined l;m- pany II 3I. llralment I'. M, oliiiiterr ami Irmr I'rolitlo, I'al. fur Manilla. I'ltniati llengr ami mui, Jerome, while turning ilimn III Mill wild n load f ItimU-r- , trr very Lailljr linrt. Mr lliii.e'a condition I. very r loin. Mr. K II ViKinn anl MIm Nora Hunltltr Iff I IM morning for t'ltKlatiatl. Mr. Vocum will lar In I'liirlnnatl ten day. ami Ihrn k Kat lo rale money on the endowment. Ml- -, llurdellt ipa-to Olvrllli In attend whool Tutor Mathrny I. taking a iwnv of rradlni and 'tudy at Ilia Stale I'nlrrrilty nf Wyoming-- , while at Ijiramle for Mr. Matlitny'a health, tll.plan. for the year await profrew In lirr -. Ilrv. Wn. K. Marton, II. II. who graduated at llirea 'M, delltertd an oration of treat Interest ou HviU'inlirr'JVIIi, lie Mood on l'lrmolli Kim k, A jratherlna; tnnoed of delegate and aildreN-cHi frearhurrhraof Knitand and Amerha. from Mn Mathrny l dctotlux licrvlf In recovery of health at l.ararulr. Wfomlnx A Irttrr a): Hhr atmmt lltri In thr uddl.' Mir lia. ilropl rnllrrlr lirr nudlnit. and I. found ruing Irom flflwu lo twctiljr tnllr to call uin miith iirlfh lioror hrnllnir rattlr ."lir liax nlthlu a few mllnof Norlli laik. which ) rlahtjr mile, from (.ararolr " lirr frlrnd. at Infrrcl) IPII Stylish Made QLOTZHZinSTGI-w (j Are for Young and Old 1 Are sold only by Us rlnl, rlhtly made, aliwlntilv with Iho Itlghtl) mailr, ai It la of MmmH "VllaU" Ilrand aitrhiljr m Icntlflc lml In ilran. well wrar rtiUllnx. Ikshuh' the Imldr, Ihe In making, riprrtrntu tht' I flieiinlrii1rlowrrCliillilnTallonsloii contrail to the tailoring tii In that we .how arc the terv neurit dr.tgm that will he irrn thl, KaMin. Many lonflncil rxrluilvrtr In n, In the face of Vi Tl.ejiimt fxtraonllnary haliinTomhlnlng our great offer la, that we theulaiM-faiti- . ran and do wit our Clothing at TTKarpi'triiirrd to rlotli "all wool I'lothltiK In America. )n Iiet They Fit the Feet as I .jt LESS MONEY high-grad- S The Berea Monumental Co. Anything t nut-h- ell. COVINGTON & MITCHELL KENTUCKY t the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments Prop. ln JOHN Berea, Mormon Missionaries ! olo-when- i't Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. - I ."'V ; m .... u Hl I- - Berea., Ky. Surgery, dis-ban- cue-lny'- fJfJ GO TO d V .... via1.i 1 ill. . , i 011-l- i t i Dentist, 1 Berea, Kentucky. f f f - ,., V fCMTrn OlILLl j" ULLCII prtir. . ut-v-- i Don't It - ai. j i f d ,,, ,,.,,, 1 I llllLlll JJO Ttf fn ' - BURTON t. Dirt Cheap The Photographer, ' ' J I V v J. t-c- la-- C. MORGAN, "r.?ery' a , - rDCC . t From the noiseless (loom of the Inner tomb They raise the drossy ore; T. O. PASCO, Editor and Manager. From the blinding red of my flam Mrthbcd My glowing frame they pour; KENTUCKY M:ilEA, With rhythmic lieat of dancing feet swing. The ureal They forge me well, Ihe shapely shell. Bride of the battlo-klng- . SUGAR AS OLD AS THE WORLD. Now still I standi on either hand sty right companions lie. The Article Waa Knnnn In the Chi Gray, (trim and lean as Iho shadow seen Of the shark In Ihe dusky sen; Beaeae Hundred of Till the bugle shrill my time fulfill. fore Christ. And away at last I tide To Ihe light of th sun, whera my bride groom gun Rnpnr wns known to the Chinese nn Shall claap me a moment's bride. used by them ns early ns 1200 1. C. Thl touch, a spark, and harkl oh, hark! statement rrstn on trnilltlon partly, but A Impregnated wllh It Is a lilntorlc.il (net thnt ilurlnp the Hot wllh the heat offire. and fleet hale, Tsln dynasty, nbout 500 years II. C. With Ihe fury of desire nigh; the article wns well known nml was 1 flyl I fly my goal I shell-And I light tha whirling manufactured In relatlrcly consider Ihe air around shrieks to the sound able .Humilities in China. Students o And the agony of h ell I anrlent Hindoo history and Industrie beams give, the ateel plates rlvt claim the discovery for the Host In The Iron tyrannous claim of way; To my dlnns, but It is much more probable tha The sea leaps In nhere I lightly wn In this, as In many other intentions from the light of dsy, go, Ihe shattered foa ascribed to the Hindoos and the ,Inp Down, I down we And dealt nnese, the knowledge came to them Dsck to that night, Ihe doom, birthright, mine old Ihe from China originally, and was sub And the silence of Ihe tomb! llsrold Ityley, In Temple Magailne. seqnently returned to China, where, In the meantime, the art had been lost or THE CITIZEN. SONQ OF THE TEN-INC- H SHELL Yi 1 win-Do- forgotten. CHAl'TlCIt V. COHTWUED. When be was gone I sat down to count my money, and found I had hut ten crowns in all Iho world. ith prudenre, however this would last some time. Still it was gall wormwood to nic to hnc to weigh each snd item oi disbursement, It would be ncccs sary as well to renew my attire, which, with the exception of the leather huU colt, wns almost rumcd by the hard wear it bad been eiposcd to ou my journey . I sat down to rest, but now that 1 had reached Florence a reaction set in, and, assailed by a full sense of my position, I gave way to despair. In a little time I bccame.more composed; but i wis impossible to keep still with the fire in ay heart, and I sallied into the street, tak ning of the eighteenth century Great mg care to note landmarks, so as to hml nil llritain consumed but about 12,000,000 way back. In this manner I must have gone y pounds of sugar. England alone for about a Quarter of a mile, when I was uses more than u hundred times that lioutht to a standstill by the coming of a ga) party down the street, in the direction nmount. opposite to mine, all marching by the light The method of purifying or refining of many torches, to the munc of a band sugar was introduced into Kngland in 1 he musicians led the procession, ffhich wus 105!), though the art had been known Hanked on each side by a number of flamIn Constantinople for several hundred beaux bearers, nnd a retinue of servants, all years, it having been discovered, or In bearing swords despite the law 1 lie wnlked in pairs, each ented, by the Arabs, who kept it close secret, which was tlnlly learned lady retting her fingers on her cavalier's all oy those ubiquitous wanderers ami irm, audgood laughing and talking with the complied In utmost humor. I trnders, the Venetians, who, It Is sal;!, draw myself to the wall wasadmit of their to learned it of the Sicilian Saracens in ex passing, and, whilst thus giving tliem the change for goods, the market value of road, the light fell bnzhtlv on me. and I which exceeded 100,000 crowns which, became nn object of alarm lo some of the considering the value of money at tho fair, who gave utterance to pretty little ex clsmations of terror, with the result that I period, would be equivalent to $5,000,-00came in for haughty looks from the gal now. X. Y. Journal. lants. In the middlo of the nromenaders were GENUINE GRATITUDE. two ladies, who, apparently not having part ners of the opposite sex. had linked them Sample of the Real Article That selves together, and the attention of tin talltr of thesu was bestowed upon me for a Will Be Hard to Find a moment, and it was not flattering. As she Mate For. wore a mask, I could see little of her fare beyond the half contemptuous look in her Once while a Man was eating his eyes, which were dark at night, ami a short Breakfast on a summer morning he saw curl of the upper lip, with which she no an Unfortunate Fly stuck fast In the doubt intended to express the same senti ment as her glance. I waited calmly until Butter. His first Idea was to let it Die by the the whole party passed on. admiring the Point of Ills Knife, but being In the grace of the demoiselle who had favored mu Man better with her scornful survey. I watched them main a until they turned street. thoughts came to him, and he decided and then went oo, oft into anotherwho idly wondering the to nave its Life. people were, and more especially the dark So this Kind, Good Man tenderly re eyed lady. moved the Fly, gently scraped the but Ihe stteet behind me was in gloom, a few ter off its Little Legs, carefully wiped yards in front oi me u lamp hanging ironi a Its Wings with his table napkin, and, wall threw a dim radiance; beyond that softly stroking its little Hack, set it at there was gloom again. Through the darkness before me I heard the sound of hurry-luLiberty. feet, coming in my direction, and. al That night the Fly woke Him. most before I was aware of it. the new There was a burglar! comer and 1 fell into the circle of the light, He was just putting the last of the and met face to face. family Silver Into his Basket, prepuraIt was D'Kntranzues! He knew in s if tory to carrying it away; but when he by instinct. saw the Owner he dropped his Plunder iou! he exclaimed, and on the instant his sword was out. I said nothing. find- fled through the Open Window. was blind, und with anger. My whole soul hun The Fly, which had followed the Man gcred for his life as I thrust at him, nnd in downstairs, buzzed triumphantly over doing so slipped my the edge the Basket and then settled confidently the narrow pavement foot over heavily. of and fell He upon bis Hand. was on me at once; something flashed in his And,' looking at it closely, the Man, by left band and I felt a stinging sensation all u certain Shiny Look that lingered yet over my left side. He did not wait to see about Its llody, saw that It was the the result of bis blow. Perhaps he made too same Fly that he had rescued from the lure, and. springing over me. ran into the darkness beyond. I scrambled up at once, Butter. He had Spared its Life, und in grati- nnd made an attempt to follow; but my brain began to reel, and 1 was compelled to lean tude it had Saved his Silver. the to support m)se!f. Thus we see that Kind Actions rare- againstclash wall sterl, however, of bad nrouscd the ly go Unrewarded. Cincinnnti some of the inhabitants, and, hearing foot I pulled myself together steps approaching, with an cliort, and, making across the road, Kaiser Toted Fair. turned back to my lodging. Here ngaln 1 When the German emperor was at felt too weak to proceed without help, snd school at Cassel, he und his brother, sank to the ground, knowing I was bleeding Prince Henry, lodged In nn old castle ficely. lly this time two or three men came near, but In the school the two boys up, und, after surveying the spot under the were treated exactly like any other street lamp, crossed over in my direction. youngsters. On one occasion, it is re- I lie rays of a lantern held by one of them lated, n master knowing that Prince discovered me, and they hastened up. I William was backward in Greek, and begged the favor of their assistance to m) fcocie. saying l had been stabbed, and this wishing to curry favor with him, told the worthy citizens readily accorded: and. him secretly what the subject of the oot content with that, when I reached my next day's examination would be. room gave me all help In dressing my in Early next morning the prince went jury. 'Ihe dagger, which I had to extract. Into the classroom and wrote the iniad gone through the folds of my cloak. formation on the blackboard in huge but was turned by a steel buckle on the letters, not wishing to have any unfair trap of my hull coat, and had cut through the coat and down my side, inflicting an ugly advantage over his whoolfellows. flesh wound. This in itself was not danger-ous- ; Cincinnati Enquirer, but 1 had lost much blood, and when the kind citizens had gone, in making an atA Sliurt I'mirr fur soldiers. tempt to rise from my chair. I had only just While traveling by stage coach in he Transvaal last summer I heard a time to reach my bed before I Ixcame unconscious. discussion upon a recently deceased South African bishop, "lie meunt well, CHAITEK VI. no doubt," remarked an officer of the IlEItNABO CECI. Hechuauulund mounted police who hap1 cannot say for what time I lay thus be pened to be a fellow traveler, "but, unfortunately, he generally contrived reft of sense; but on coming to myself 1 saw to do what should have been the right the candle in my room was all but spent. thlnjr at the wrong time. The bes.t he nil me wick uaring In a long flame. I looked dld'WM (he prayer lie taught our men to see if my wound had broken out freau, and was glad to find this was not the to 'say when we were out in the Inst case, snd that the bandages were in their camiwlgn. It warn '0 Lord, when I position. The small effort, however, nearly forget Thee, remember me.' " Notes et mt off once more. Tb room swam Itul Queries. I found, tba bright Hun of the ctodUsiwuv home-cominTo-damerry-makers Kind-Hearte- d g The clnlm of the honor for the Hln doos rests on the fact that the expedl' tion under Nearchus, sent out by the (treat nbout 325 II. C. to ex plore the Indus and the adjacent re gions, on Its return to Greece report ed that they hnd found people who, from a cane and without thclntenen tlons of bees, made a honey (sirup or molasses?). This is the earliest hi torical mention of sugar among the "people of the west.'' It appears to havebecnutterlyunknown to the Egyp tians, llabylomans, Chaldeans, Jews and the Greeks prior to the event men tloned above. Galen, the physician nnd pharmacologist, who flourished nml wrote HiMyo j. c.. prescribed sugar as a remedy in certain cases. In England sugar seems to have remalneil almost unknown, except to the learned, until after the discovery o America. It was so costly n luxury that In HIS it is of record that a lady, the wife of a rry rich gentleman, besought her husband, as the richest gift that g he could bring her, on his from the metropolis, to fetch her pound of Migar. Even at the begin Alex-ande- (Copyright. All by 0. Aprleton rights reserved. & Co, diet) down to a little ttr, no bigger than a slowly to in pin point, and then crease in size as thcfnintncspasedofT, an. I I washable to sec clearly ngaln. Any attempt to move gave me agony, and, closing my eyes, I lay still, I heard the candle expire with a splutter, and leave me in darkness. Then I began to get light hcodc-d- , and unnhlc to control my thoughts. Somehow my mind traveled back to the days nf my childhood, snd the figure of the onl) Imng relative I cm remember, my fat hcr.ramc before mc, standing just as he wna wont to stand, when about to gite me a Icsmiii in the exercise of the sword, nnd reealing a warning he never cenil to din in my eats. "(.milling," he said, "is of little use to a gentleman. You need not know more of books than a Savelli should, but in horsemanship nml in the use of the sword" he finished with a gesture more expressive than word. And truly old Er cole di Savelli was tietcr a hookworm, though he ended n slormy life in lushed. lie was the son of Hint llaptistadl Savelli, who was ruined uilh the I'rrfetti di Viro nnd other noble house during the time of Eugene IV. Such estates ns ILiptista had were Iransfrrird with the person of his later Olyii'pia, who married into the Chigi, to that famil),nnd with them Ihe custodianship of the C'otiibivc-sIlaptistn ill Savelli left his son nothing but a few acres. The latter tried to woo Fortune in the Spanish war, but did not obtain her favors, lb-r- e turned lo Italy, nnd, Hir as .lob though he was, hesitated not to marry for lote, nnd engage in a lawsuit with Amllcnr Clugi. What between the one nnd the other, I'rcole wns ruined in a linud turn. Hi wife died in giving birth to me, and, digutcd with the world, he retired toa small estate nearl'nlra in the llergnmamiue. There he devoted himself to a pastoral life, nnd to bringing me up as n soldier, until, one line day, having con trnctcd fever, he received absolution and died liken gentleman nnd n Christian. I followed Ihe profession for which I wns intended. Joining the levy'nf the duke of I'rhino. und sh.iling in nil the up and downs of the times, until Fortune did men good turn at I'oriKHo. Sulweiticnlly things wen, well with me, nnd, although I had to mnriiraco mv narrow lands, tonusennd nni 'tide Ihe equipment for the men, with whom I joined I rcmninlle, I was in exectation of a full tcward, nhen I was o suddenly strick en donn Thinking of thcoe things in the dark, tor meuled by a devouring thirst, which I was iin.ibli' tmuicncli, haunted by the implcssinii that m Mat hour nun come, and that I should die here liken do,(, without ctcn tho last riles of the church, I fell mtos frenrj, nnd begin to shout nloud, nnd ravens in a delirium D'Kntrnr.gurs came me. Hearing n smile nf triumph, nnd I stnn e un potent!) to reach. Then the whole room seemed to lie full of iny enemy, from cery corner I could sec the hite fare, the red hair, and the smile of sorrowful malice. 1 he figures, each one exactly like the other, tlo.it-eover inc. stood by my side, soiiictlmes I roily lit their faces within an inch of mine, breath until I imagined I felt a llame-liktical.n: on me. Finally they flitted back wards and forwards, rjpnllv and more rai-idly- , until there was nothing but a mass of moving shadou around me, winch gradually icKoited itself again into a single form. I strote to reach for my sword to strike at it, but in) arms nere paralyzed. So through thr livelong night the phantom stood at the foot of my lied, until the white morning rnme in at my window, and 1 fell into a sleep. When I nnoke I found the old intendant of the building vending over me. The fever had almti-d- , but the thirst still remained "Water," I gaped through my parched lips, and he gave me to drink. To cut a long story short, I arranged with this man for such attendance ns 1 should want, and to do him justice feci-f- or that was his name -- performed his part of the contract, getting me food, attending to the dresaing of my wound, to which he applied a most soothing salve, nml such other otfires a helpless lemon must expect. He did not trouble me much with his presence during the earlier Mrt of my illness, lint came as occasion required him, and, when he had performed Ins work, left me to my reflec- then departed. Perhaps the time will come when the minds of men will shrink with horror from crime, even for the sake of a gaod object, nnd however much I loathed the proposal made to me, I could not but rivollect that the noblest names of Milan were concerned in the Olgisti conspiracy, and that a pontiff had supixitted the I'azzi attcttpt on the Medici. 1 his being so, there wan excuse for feci nnd his leaders, whoever they were; hut my whole soul was wroth in me at the thought that I had been deemed capable of doing the business ef a common bravo, and stated above, i' it were not for the I would have flung the old conspirator out of the room. This insult also hsd to go down indirectly to D'Entrangues, and as I grew my desire to settle wllh him rose to fever heat The qucntion, however, was my Turn which wsy I would, there lesources. seemed to lie no way of relrnishing them. The idea presented itself to me to join the Uorgia, who with all his faults was sver read) lo take a long sword into his pay. After all, it would ierh.ips be better to seek to fill my purse in Florence, and let my vengeance sleep for awhile. It would be all the sweeter when it ea me. With these ideas in my head, I was sitting one sfternnon at the little window ef my rca-vn r During my illneu I had frequently thought or madame, and with the thoughts of her there mingled recollections of the dark eye of the lady who had looked at ra through her mask, on the night I was stabbed. I could think of madame in no way but with a kindly feeling: hut, strange ss It may seem. nny recollection of the other made my heart I eat, and I would have given much even to have obtained another glance at her. In the meantime, however, my first business was lo try nnd replenish my funds, for my supplies sere almost exhausted by the drain made umn them during my illness. Old Ceci, the intendant, bad la his way formed a sort of attachment for me, and now that I was better generally spent an hour or so with me daily in converse. One day I let out some hint of my condition, and Ceci, after a little beating about the hush, approached me with a proposal, "Signoie," he said, "there are those In lloicneo who would like things changed. Wo want cur Medici back; but we want also s few good swords, and I could tell you of h way to fill jour purse." "Say on," I replied, and the old man, having first bound me to secrecy, informed rue thnt crrtiin nobles in Florence wanted a good swurd or two, to rid them of a great political opimnent, in order to pave the way for the return of the Medici; and without mentioning names in any wsy, which, he said, would to me later, proposed that I should undertake the task, I realized at once that his suggestion meant nothing short of assassinstion, and in iv that iny old acquaintance wns apparent ly up lo the ears in a o!itiral plot. My first idea was to spurn the suggestion with indig-intiobut reflecting that it would be better to know more, and by this means, if possible, save a man from being murdered in cold blood, I affected to treat the matter seriously, and replied that I was as)et unfit for active work, but that as soon as I was better I would discuss tho subject aeain. He down, In the raidst of all this some partisan of the Medici, h)sterirally excited, raised a shout of Palle! Palle! "Illood of St. John!" exclaimed Ceci. "who is that fool? He will die." It was the cry of the exiled Medici, and it drove the crowd to inajnesa. Instantly there waa an answering )c'l. "Fopolo! Popolo! Death to tyrants!" I csonot tell what happened exactly; but In the distsnce I saw a man being tossed and torn by the mob. For a moment, his white face ruse above the sea of beads, with all the despair in it that the face of a drowning man has, when it rises for the last tim above the wrates, then it sank back, and something mangled and shsprlcss was fluiic oui into me piazza, wnere It lay very still 1 stood awestruck hr this trngrance. "Vet the Medici will come hack, signore!" Ceci whispered this iu my esr, aa he stood with bis hand on my shoulder. I TO DC CONTINUED.) as fast as we could to the great square, rha people were swarming out of the bouses, nnd the streets were full of a hurrying throng, all directing their steps to the point whence wo could hear the liellowing of the mob, echoed wllh answering cheers by those making towards the place of assembly. Around us there waa a murmur like that of millions of bees, as men, women snd chit dren jostled their wsy to the Palsce of the Signory. My companion, who atopped every now and again to open his jaws as wide as and give forth a Ihe mouth of a saddle-bag- , yell, hustled along at a great pace, and I made after him with scarcely less speed. lly good fortune, and a considerable amount of pushing, we made our way through the press, which appeared to me to be composed entirely of elbows, and at last reached the market place. Here the crowd behind ns slowly drove us forwards, and finally gave us the advantage of a good position. The square was lined with men at srms snd stout citizens with Ixwr-- if ears in their hands. All at once there went una shout louder than ever, the crowd swayed backwardeand forwards, then opened out, and admitted the Carroecio or in Florence. It was painted red, and drawn by oxen housed in red trsppings. The grrat beasts had dragged the ear slowly from the chapel of St. John's, where, it, stood ii) times nf,ieacr, and latiored along under its weight. From the car itself projected two poles on which hung the banner uf the Commonwealth, a red giglio on a while field. Immediately this came another ear, bearing the which waa incessantMartinello or ly clanging out Its angry notes. It was to ring now (or a full month, without ceasing. Around tbe ears were the principal nol lcs of the city, and the oxen being guided to the "tunlrrupt stone," were there unharnessed. Pietro Sodrrini, the brother of his eminence of Volterra, who waa then Gonfaloniers for life, raised his hand. In a moment there was silence, and the vast audience listened to the brief oration that fell from the lips of their chief magistrate. He painted in stirring words the dsngeia nf the times; he called to the people to forget party hatreds in the face of the commou crisis; he apenled to their past, and then concluded; "Therefore," said he, "for the safety of the state, have we to whom that safety is intrusted put our lioe in God, and our hands to the sword. Cititens, we give to our enemies, to Home, and to Spain, war, red warand God defend the right!" With that, he drew oil his glove of run it anil tlung it on the uivcmciit, where it fell with a sudden crash. The silence of the crowd continued for a little, and then, from tnjno throats rang out cheer after cheer, as the sturdy cititens roared out theirapproval of the gsge thrown war-ear d war-bel- "A Gentle Tttts no Wind storruch And liver troubles. rtuedtr story to hununlh thtn thtAnnovnetmtntihtttht htJilth' gtvtr And Hood's upAritU, frits ef the birth of AnSr trA of good htAlth. It Is the one relUble specific for the cure of All blooi, htttih-brtngtr. of Western Birth ft 3fbod6 SaMahwdfla GOLF AS A TEMPER TEST. Laekless Player llsainnstratea lion Knar II Is In Csnlrol Oae's self. be umber to the game hat given birth poiesari an advantage which cannot Ih elaimtd for all of them, that of bring sbsolutely authentic. An enthusiast, wbj wts somewhat of a tyro at golf, though of great distinction at other forms of athletics, had s series of with which most people ran sympathise. He wai Playing against a man nhote opinion hevalurd, and he consistently topped Ins ball, sliced It, pulled it. hflrd it Into a tree, played a fine clerk stroke into a bunker, and made extraordinary straight long pults In n hich the ball hopped genially across the hole into the long grati wluca skirted the green. At first the player's demeanor was sweet. In seemed positively to enjoy his strokes, then he grrw msd, then he grer appsrently careless, though his caddie noticed the raretesslrts was only assumed, as he waa pleasing horribly. The worst of golf Is that you can neer deceive either )our caddie or your ball. At last, at the seventh sadedtothe already excellent which A golf story which should ssrtslnly bole, he grew wonderfully calm, ami marched off to the next teeing ground, remarking to his trembling caddie that he would not trouble to hole out. After tn easy preliminary swing or two he topped his ball, which trickled away about SO yards to the right. Then the man took all hu clubs Knd broke them one by one across his knee, rrinarkinf quietly to his opjionrnt thst "it la better to break your Infernal clubs than to lose your Infernal temper." London Telegraph. COMMERCIAL WIT. A Parcel of Pans That Were Worked US All ItlKht llal They Didn't Take. AN ODD CHRISTENING. As It Waa Performed an a'Chllal by lest Captala Who Had Ideas at the front sgsin. "lake tb incendiary, eh? There is some Un was there berause of hi imilsnly. bslnt of making light of things " The blossomy man refused to be silent. 'Hut did you hear about the forger?" "No. Why!" "He was there on account of a simple desire to mile a name forhunseU " Ths tiisn wilh the stoi-i- inetlitsled. "Tbst reminds m of the burglsr, be csiuilly remarked. There w as a three minute itsge wait and Ihe man who liked appl jack gate way lo curiosity. "VVhy!" "At lie said, through nothing but taking advantage of an oiening which offered in a Urge mercantile establishment " Ihe blossomy rain had departed, leaving void. wide, t. Paul tilobc. e Four traveling mn sat on the sidrwaTh in front of the Windsor the other night telling stones. The man who smoked stogies kail jmt finished s somnsmbuhst Ule "Itemlnds me of what the pirkKkrt said te his fellow prisoner." commented the ruaa with the nssal blossom, "What was that'" "I am here, gentlemen." he said, "as lb result of a moment of abstraction " 'Ihe pun fell with a dull, sickening thud. Hut the man rho smoked stogies came to t of Ills Ovrsi. when that was passed I leooveied stetigth but slowly, It was at this time, however, that I discovered the advantage of leading, having up to now borne only too well in mind my father's saying on that subject. 1 liegan with "I'oliziano a Orfeo, a poor affair, and then procured, to my delight, a I loth translation of "Plutarch s Lives, these IhkAs were obtained with the greatest dilliculty, so old Ceci, the attendant, said, ftom the library of n great Florentine noble, in which a nephew of his was employed in copying manuscripts, ami the old man charged inc an entire double florin for the use of the Intter alone; nn expenditure 1 trudged at first; but which I would have willingly paid twice over before I finished the Volume. I inquired the name of the nobleman; but Ceci was not inclined to tell inc. and I gathered that the owner was probably unaware that his books were tal. ng an airing, and enabling his library or hu to turn n dishonest penny. On tho binding of the Phitaixh was prickrd a coat of arms. cross azuro on a field argent, with four nails azure; but I could not, fur the life of me. remember this device, although I had served in every part of Italy except Home. ! ina lly it came to my mind that the bearings, no doubt, belonged to some merchant prince of Florence, mid would therefore Im unlikely to see anything mora of fighting than a street riot, and therefore 1 dismissed have said, they departed, and apparent!) gave mc no further thought, i his I am persuaded was net due to unkindly feeling, but to prudence, and a with to avoid being mixed up in an a flair such as mine appeared to be; for the times were such that it was littler for a man's head to be. unknown to the MaguiRci Signori of Florence. . when things changed with me, I caused public cry to he made, re questing the worthy citizens to come for ward; but my attempt was of no avail, producing a or so of rascal iiniKwtors, who swore to helping me. under circumstances that never occurred, on the chance of hitting nail on the head, and ob taining a reward. Hut this was long after my illness, and the block in the llargello may have, since that time, been a resting place for the heads of the good Samaritans for all 1 can say. I took a longer time in mending than I thought I should, for an inflammation set in, the fetercame back, and d n note here that never again saw the people who helped me when I was Having assisted me to my lodg wounded. ing, anil aided mc to ilreaa my hurt, as I I may I tions. tomacaiaai tash4 In his Ufl hasd aUasnas' HSHlln. u4 1 fsll a prudent to take another name on entering Florence, and adopted the first one that struck u.e, although I afterwards thought that Donati wis not quite the name to win favor with the Florentines, amongst whom the memory of Messer Cotso was stilt green, nlthougli so many years had passed since be waa done with. Whether I let my own name out or not during my illness I am unable to say; at nny rate, Ceci never gave me any such hint. The news the old man brought was not unexpected by me, yet I caught a touch of his excitement and answered: "War where!' Tell me." "It is this way, signore; Naples has risen, nnd tho Great Captain has driven D'Au- bigny out of Calabria. All the Roiuagna has gone lioin t.c.ite as that, he waved his hind as if throwing a feather in the air. "The Holy Father haa cist his interdict on Florence, and Pisa is burning the Val di Nie ole." "The devil!" I exclaimed, "this is more than I thought. The interdict is bad, Messer Ceci." He grinned as he answered: "Had for the ope. Medici or no Medici, we will not have a priest interfering in Florence." "I see," I said; "you area Florentine first, nnd conspirator afterwards; but how do the room, putting a finishing touch to the edge of the dagger which I ' Entrances had left with, or rather in me, and congratulating tmself that the blade was not a poisoned one, when I heard, as from a distance, a bum of voices, which gradually swelled into great roar, and above this the clanging of a bell with niiecuhar discordant note. Almost nt the same time old Ceci bustled into my loom, evidently in a state of high excite ment, and called out: 'Mesaer Donati Messer Donsti! It is to lie war war!" I should add here that 1 bad judged it tho subject. 1 did not neglect, whilst lying in enforced idleness, to take such steps as I could to dis cover thu u herealwuts of D'Entranguca, nnd specully instructed old Ceci to make inquiries of the followeia of Li I'aluse. Ho brought mc news in a couple of clays that tha Frenchman bad left Flnrenco a fortnight ago, und it was understood he wus going to join the army of Ccsare llorgis, that cursed serpent who was lifting his head so ugh in the lloir.igna. This was ill news indeed, for I hud been lying helpless for close upon a month, but I wus on the mend at hit, and I resolved to follow him as soon. hud strength to trtvcl. French stand?" " ith us, for we pay. It is said, however, that things are uncertain with them, that Monsignore d'Ainhoisc, who is now Cardinal of llouen, has gone to Home, and that is awaiting the king." "Tho king! Iiuis is at Macon." knows "Yes, Ixiuis himself, and the how many barons besides, with edigreea aa long us their sfrords, who will eat up our corn, and pillage our vineyards from the Alw to the Adriatic. Hut I came here to ask, signore, if you will come with me to sec. It is huiry and make haste, for 1 cannot wg it. The Carroccjo has left St. John's." "How, pray," I had almost recovered my full strength, "Clara," he said, as he restored his and was accustomed to walk out daily at dusk iu older to avoid observation, whilst trm to her slender wnltt, "I loved them at the same time I could by doing so exercise because I thought they were all like my muscles; yet at first 1 felt inclined to deyou." cline Cvci's invitation, alleging weakness as She reserved her decision. my excuse', for my auger was still warm against him on account of his proposals to Those Loving-- fJIrla. me. Ileflecting, however, that if I offended Maude Aunt Mary hat a lock of him it would probably fatally injure any George Washington's hair. It has been prosert I had of saving the person whom In our family ever since tbe revolution the conspirator intended to kill, I thought It liest to affect a friendliness did not feel, ary war. Clara Indeed! I wasn't aware that and clanging my wind in regard tonccom- one of your ancestor wai a barter. fianying him slipped on my sword, and fob old rota doinuUirs. We butc&td. Chicago Dally Kevra. lrd There lives a man In Detroit, Intelligent, prosperous and happy, who does not know that he haa n living relative In the world. He bears this deprivation philosophically and seems to regard it as something of a distinction to be alone in the world. "Nearly 50 years ago," he relates, "I was picked up by n slow sailing vessel, some 600 miles out from Liverpool, was a lusty youngster of five, lathed to a matt, a pleasing assurance that the parents whom I barely recall loved me and bad a care for my safety In the catastrophe that mutt have caused their own deaths. I wns cold, hungry, thirsty nnd sleepy when taken nbof.--d My appearance the trader. wns of course ogalntt me, nnd my clamor to be supplied with creature comforts did not please the gruff cap tain, who had a denso Ignorance of chil dren and their management. Ills first order was to give me tbe rope's end, but there was successful Intercession nd I was cared for while he growled t hi hard luck. "Hut the captain took sick and found more comfort In my prattle than In anything else provided for him. He took a great liking to me nnd called me hit son. As soon as he was tin he decided that I must be christened, one of the lew things thnt he knew should be attended to In the case of children. Of course there was no chaplain aboard, so the captain himself undertook the ceremony. He gathered the crew nbout nnd with a mixed knowledge of bis du ties lie glared about him as he asked whether anyone knew just cause why I snouiii not be christened. ' 'If there Is,' he roared, 'speak up llkd a man or forever hold your clapper.' Then ho suddenly cracked n bottlo ol wine over my head and christened me." Here Ihe citizen laughed, and he added that he was nine when the captain died, and hud made his own way ever since Detroit Free Press. Ileserved Her Decision. I cannot love you, Oeorge. because I understand that you that you have loved other girls." "Hut, Clara, my love for them was In every way Justifiable, I assure you?" old-tim- e Shamrock when l)ing in Southampton water. Observing a quartette of bargemen rowing their clumsy craft lu perilous proximity to the yacht's delicate sides, he called out, pleasantly: "Hi. my men' hrrpaway a bit, will you?" One of tbe bargemen teased rowing and eyed the cup challenger critically. "Wot do je call that 'ere thing you're on?'' he demanded. "This," replied SirThomaa, courteously, "is the yacht Shamrock." "Hill," smiled the bargee, tinning to his neighbor on the next thwart," 'e calls 'er tbe Shamrock. Another hloomin' to Ireland." N. V. Commercial Advertiser. Horae s story that relates Sir Thomaa Upton is himself authority for to his experience on Another nn Ireland. tht "The trusts," exclilmrd the excited hv dividual, who, so to speak, waa at tbe oratorical bat, "must be frozen out!" Tbe trust microbe In the audieuce slapped the typhoid fcter microbe on the back and laughed densicely. "He isn't up Kith Ihe Istrst discoveries ia science," It said. "He doesn't know that w can stand a temieraliire of 312 degrees halo zero!" Chicago Tribune. Mot Other Plan Xrceasarr. "Johnny.did you lake jour cough mediein regularly in school, as told )ou" No'ni, Tommy Huddt bked it, an' h gimme an apple for It 'V Stray Stories. 1 U'nsleil. The man who controls his temper govern his worst enemy. Chicago Dally N'ens, It your breath bad? Then your best friends turn their heads aside. a s'-:- Ayer's Pills sre liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia. headache. 25c. All drucglsts. ot your ti.ou.Uch or ttfutj cruwn or vim I'lamr inert ut oaa Dream means a bad liver. tMuUtul I tsssus, BUCKINGHAM'S Mfll rusMl, Ml ss - Mais DYEM&. "u a f" a fl $3 & $3.50 SHOES Wsrtn W. L. DOUGLAS ""Jom atta Indorsed lij over l.uuo.uou wearers. Tilt VI II lit S.t. W. L ss s,4 rl sUassS m SvUsm. Tsts no sqb.llluls clsluie to be as good. Lswest msksrs of si sail sl.50 sLiks In las weald. VourdsaJer should kcet them If sot. s will send you uslr nn rnrslnl nf nrti-m- . Ht.ta kind of lesiber, slit and wuiia. piala or csp toe. Catalogue II frrt. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton. Mill. AIL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES lo f compared flether 8oiakei. Tlt-Illt- s. l,lu' 1 " V GEN. JOE WHEELER HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Two PRAISES PERUNA, The Great Catarrh Cure, If there la one thing on which the housewife pride herself, It la that of liming her Intindrrlng done nicely, to Hint the wrnrliignppnreimny lietlirnil-mlrntloof nil The washing la n amall fnntter, nny one almost can do thnt, hut In hnrc thr llncnn present thnt flex llile anil (rlimny npprnrnncc after being Ironed requires n fine quality of atnrch. Ask your grocer for n coupon book which will ennhle you to fret the first two packages of thin new atarch "Iteil Crosa" trnde mark hrnnd, also two of thr children' Blmkcsprnre pictures palntril In twelve) beautiful colors os natural ns life, or the Twentieth Century fllrl Calendar, all absolutely free. This Is one of the grandest offers ever mnile to Introduce "Hcd Cross" laundry starch,. T.C.HuhlnRer's latest Invention. n nntite the Mnaciim i,f Art ami Krlnro New orir, eating lunch out of their pails. "'Tit a foine building," said one of them, "you d never think they'd put up that solid a strookrhur just to kape dead Imogs an' other rrachurcs in." "Imlade, no," irphed the other, "but sre thlm big letters cut into the stone above the w indies the names av?" "I dono," ssid the first speaker. He fell to spelling out the words, and presently a ray of intelligence succeeded the puzzled etprcs-sioon his face. "Sure, I hav it," he said. "Thim Is the names av the contractors." Patrick msde a good guess, for the nsmea graven In the stone were Aetchyiu, Sophocles, Pericles, Herodotus, Socrates, and Demosthenes. fan Francisco I n Pat's fin em. p.V laborers sat on a eorbttOTie o SS ave. AN EVENING CALL. Onr Ore n Voleaa. "When I was en the Pseific coast," remarked the newlioarder, "I noticed several United States army boxes packed with Ita you think they could have large mercantile tttablishment." responded the man in black sus- ''No," shipped to Fenders, "they were probably "Hawaii?" "Yes. you know there Is a L V The Dewey celebrations prove that, and it it tgain forcibly demonstrated in the praise and confidence which is accorded to Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, one of the moit meritorious remedies ever compounded for indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, liver or kidney ditease or any trouble "Whal!" arising from a weak stomach. If you have sax jlwx jot: wiiKKi.nrs cmaiuh: say Perkins was beating his wife, bat of a weak stomach don't fail to try it. "I couth- - lie stopped when I came in." Mnjor (lenernl Joseph Wlipclor, ITnitod States Sonator Sullivan. "Well. IhouId hope so." Politician' tli curnlry forces In front of of him to in right "I "I lU'tlri-t- Miy I linvuhci'ii tithing some liengrd time would do juston, but he siid First Little Oirl I'olnt says Vie. is My pa business Kantliik'o nml the author of "Tlio San IVru-nother ss well." fnrnoinu titnu for catarrh, nml going to boom right alongnow. "You begged him to goon?" tlnpo Campaign," In Rvcaklnfr of the have fminil it nn excellent medicine, Second Little Oirl-- My pa says business is I didn't want to stop the fun, "Why, S,'rtnt cutnrrli remedy, Miya: Hiving me mom relief than nnytliinn I you know." going to be awful dull. ' I Join with Kfimtor Kulllvan, Uoach "I guess my pa knows, forhe's a polytikan, havo ever taken. W. V. .Sullivan, Oxbn"el" 'ElV0" an he's jus' got a nommynation!" mill McKncry In their rimhI opinion of ford. Miss." "1 guess my pa knows best, for he's a poly"l)o you mean to say you could have looked I'o ni tm. It is rccoiiimciiili-i- l to me by tikan, too, an' he's just lost a nommynaUnited States Sonator Roach. calmly on wihle he heat his wife?" those who huvo used It nn it ti excellent tion!" Ilaltimore Times. "Certainly. Why not?" " I'crMinilt-- by u frieml I havo used tonic nml pnrtlctilurly iTectlTc an n you had spark of man"I ns n tonic:, mul nin triad to hood thought uippoic at least a be heating me To California via the Midland Itoote. cure for rntnrrli." you will left. testify that it litis irrcntly helped me In next." Every Friday night, at 10:30 p. m., a United States Senator McEnory, strength, vigor ami nppetite. I have "Vc, I thii.k I could if you would play through Tourist Car for San Francisco, crihhage with me." passengers, Hon. H. 1). Mci:iiry, 1'nlteil Mates lieen advised liy friends that it In carrying first and second-clas"Playcribbagtf?" leaves the Chicago, Milwaukee i. St. Paul Senator from Ijoulsiiinn, unyn tliu etlleiioioiM as n cure fur the " Yr. That it what Perkins and his wife Itailway Union Pas.enger Station, Chicago, in regard to nlmiit universal complaint of catnrrh. were doing." via Omaha, Colorado Springs and Salt Lake lit nn excullcnt tonic " I V. N. I'oach, l.nrimore. North Da"You horrid thing!" San Francisco Ex- City (with stop over privileges at Salt hnvu uiu-- It Mifllclciitly to any thnt I kota." aminer. City), for all points in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California. helleve it to nil that you claim for It. A free lmnk on cntnrrh aent to nny A Ttisi Jmlate. The Tourist Car berth rate from Chicago S. I. Mcltacry, New Orleans luisl. address I)rm SITn Tlie In one of the remote counties of the to San Francisco is only COO, and the sleepuia." of Texas two lawyers were trying a ing car berths ihoulu be reserved a few !&.. Colillillius, Ohio. iae hefure a ju.tiie of the peace, ft was davs in advance of departure of train. CO miles at the crow flics to the nesrrst law Through tickets and sleeping car accombook, and the attornejs dilTered, of course, modations can he secured from anv agent a to the law upon the main is.ue in the case. in tlie east, or by applying at the Chicago, They were trying the cai.e without the inter- Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Depot or City Tickvention of a jury, and his honor, who con- et Offices in Chicago ducted a gambling hou.e in connection with Send for our free illustrated California his hotel, saloon and livery stable, was in folders. Address Geo. II. IlealTord, Gendoubt a to w hat his drcinton ought to be. eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, III. Finally .Miller, the plaintiff's counsel, offered to bet Hoover, the defendant's attorney, A Snperflaona SaRsrstlon. ?I0 that he wts right, limner did not hap"I would lay the world at your feet," he pen to have that inurh of the circulating meexclaimed. Hut the looked at him icily and dium concealed aliout hi pel .on, and was naturally at a lo.s how to parry this fuicihle returned: "I see no reason for troubling von. Mr. argument. The court waited a ftw moment on Hoover, and finallj said: "Well, Dodby. "I'nless the law of gravity hat been I Mr. Hoover, the tourt ha waited lorg unexpectedly repealed, the eartu is mere enough. Miller's proposition ircm to lea already." Washington Star. fair one, and, unce ou don't put up, I will Ilouie crUer lUciirtlons via "Dig decide tins case in favor of the phiiutill." 1'uur HuDte." Law Notes. To the North, West, Northwest, by 3111. South and Southeast. Sellinz dates: Minilne The .loiiu M Smvth Co. of Chicago are de Augut 1Mb, September 5th and lluh; and one iare, on (Jctotier aa ana inn, ie;v. voting a gicat deal of attention to developing fol trade thiougiiout the West and bouth by ulna S1O0 to authorized tnnint. mail. 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The ten cents r privileges, etc., call on Agents luid for the mailing of the catalogue is allowed on the tirtt purchase amsjnting to "Dig Four lloute," or address the underKveryone sending for the signed. W. 1'. Deppe, A. U. 1. & T. Agt., $1.00 or above. arren J. Lynch, Gen. Pass. 4 Tkt. Agt., catalogue will also receive their monthly rroi'ery price list free every month. People Cincinnati, O living outtnle of large cities should rend for Pills for Ills Popirnn, the John M. Smyth Co. catalogue and compare prices quoted in this catalogue for all Doctor Weil, my little fellow, you have articles of home consumption, hardware, got mute well again. I was sure that the pills dry goods, grocer', notions, clothing, etc., I left you wou.d cure you. How did you with price which they are paying. Headers take them in water or in cake? w ho send to John M. Smyth Co.. ISO to Little Willie Oh, I used them it my pop100 W. Madison St., Chicago, for their catagun. St. Louis Republic. logue should not fail to mention this paper. Pn Ynnr Fert Ache unit Itnrnt Shake into your shoes Allen's "No, sir," said a passenger on a steamship to the csptain. "I am not seasick, but a powder for the feet. It makes tight or I am diguitrd with the motion of the ves- New Shoes feel Kasy. Cures Corns, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous. Sore, sel." Ohio State Journal. and Sweating Feet. Ail Druggists and Shoe Luck. First Dear Oirl -- "I have no Stores sell it, 25c. Sample sent FKF.K. AdIn dress, Allen S. Olmsted, I.e Itoy, N. Y. friends to speak of." Second Dear Oirl "Lucky friends." Life. llrorrn I'onnil I'erUIni nesting: Ilia there. Chicago Evening News. Wire anil Told Mrs. Ilrown I)e ej- - Celebration. Alt Alionl It. Americans are quick to appreciate merit. little eruption Always these operations become necessary through neglect. If the menses are very painful, or too frequent and excessive, get the right advice nt once and stop taking chances. It will cost you nothing for advice if you write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for it, and if you let the troublo run along it will surely cost you a great deal of pain and may mean an operation. Miss Sarah J. Graham, Sherldanvllle, Pa., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I had suffered 'o.' sev- --s leral years with female troubles and I felt doctored until I was discouraged. wretched and tired of living. I had dis I .'ftrll ease of kidneys, bladder trouble, drop and bloating, had womb trouble and a large tumor had formed; in fact all my organs were out of fix. 1 THK Nenily very word " operation " strikes terror to a wdnrtt's WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS "Sceingawoman's letter praising your remedies, I wrote to her and she begged of me to try it, telling me all that it hat done for her. I bought six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and now cannot express my gratitude to you. Tho tumor began to come away in pieces and I got better all the time. I believe now that I am entirely cured. " My doctors could not believe it at first, as they all had told me that my case was a hopeless one, and no human power could do mo any good. They were astounded. If I can say anything that can help other women, I shall bo glad to." It is not safe to wait until the last moment. Head off trouble Don't be satisfied without Mrs "I called on Perkins lsst evening," remarked Mr. Ilrown. "Did you have a pleasant time!" inquired Mr. Ilrown. "Very. Perkins wts besting his wife when I rame In." at miu )r. -- 1 s by prompt attention to Pinkham's advice. it 1 Ob. MAMMOTH (ft Save TC3ff. J -- tfLOitfllft JKA --Z- ; 162 164 -- 166 MGUSP ur Hi iii fW irHAIUWJI't OKAOO. -i r.- I'W YourHair FOR A PAIR OF ELEGANT LACE CURTAINS. 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THE THE THE I I Mr. Roberta visited Mr. Ambroo Once it happened tlint Martin road SCHOOL. HOME. FARM. and family- - Sunday. till Into into tlio night. Ho was readClay Kdllcd by Mr. Kill IMIteil by S. ('. Mim, I'nifewor ol llortlrul Yta tiM, Dean nt n Billed by Min. KAtr K. I'l'THAM, Tenfher In ing tho Gosel of Luke. Ho was Normal IViMirtment. IVren College lure. Here COlleite. Miss Franklin of Buck Creek in visllerea College. Iirlglit Simile. reading over the. sixth chapter; nnd Ik; Teachers, nro yon watching j Tho word germ strikes terror to tho Tho History of u Ninitll I'lolil. Jasper Snmllwood is sick with fe- iting friends in this vicinity. was rending tho verses, "And unto ver. Candidates for chool trustees nro hearts of n great many ptxiple. To This fieltl of nil ncrn nnd it fifth is iiupils for evidences of growth ami improvement? him thnt sniiteth theo on tho ono cheek Rod Bird pleading their cnuso most earnestly, monster the yellow clay soil of tho Hluo ridge them n germ is u worm-likG. A. home of you hnvo been tend ik takoth Sunday. Sizemore visited on olTernlsothoothor;andhimthat Mr. Shepherd, of Clay aud Miss' lurking about in all places watching nud no better than much of tho land two or three mouths of this term, the nway thy clonk forbid not to take thy . Others around hero. A little initnuro was Imys and girls Imve been inlluout-ci- t Jnck Frost paid uh n visit Sunday Laura Peters wero married Oct. Und. his chanco to destroy coat also. Give to every man thnt morning. of their school just laugh to scorn tho germ theory. put on it, enough to secure a stand of bv every day more studious, lives, aro Several of our young folks went to tfioy gentler, nsketh of thee; nnd of him thnt tnkelh more k Tho theory is now u proven fact, red clover nnd in clover It stood for lite, more honest! W. T. SwnlTord, of Ogle, wns hero Cincinnati Sunday and had n picas-nu- t nwny thy goods ask thorn not again. Sunday. tho writer has taken n needle point three years, hay being cut and calves It is worth something to learn to time. And nsye would thnt men should do ami first sticking it into a growth of ami other young stock pastured on solve difficult problems iu Arithmetic, David Asher's wife died WednesTeachers! it wont bo long until j'au to you, do yo also to them likowise." day night. H)int tho second growth. Tho spring of '98 to analyze tlilhctilt sentences, ami to Pay day genus getting so little on tho can get n now pocket-liook- . Ho rend further nlso thoso versos, name the rivers of China, but it Is that ho could not see it with his link found it with a considerable coating worth far more to learn how to study Joseph Smith has in a new supply is u arly at hand. whero God speaks: "And why call yo od eye, rtihlHtl It ncrois tho cut sur- of tlead clover tops of the last Fall's any subject; to attnin self control, so of goods. me, Lord, Lord, nnd do not tho things Millions of dollars, is tho value face of u H)tuto nud in two days tho growth. This was well turned under that wo do not waste our timo and Proachinir services were conducted I snyT Whosoever cometh to which at different jwints for six consecutive placet! by Mrs, Mary Bird, Harris-bur- potato would he one mass of this in March ami sown to oats. Tho crop disturb others; to form habits of me, nnd henrelh my snyings, nnd dooth tlays last week. Pa., on tho life of her child, growth of germs. Very few germs win tlio Ix'iit nnyuhero around here, promptness, accuracy, anil industry. I wonder if wo realize how much them, I will show you to whom ho is Elhanon Smith succeeded In dig which she saved from croup by the aro dangerous to tho henlt t f man- though we fed them without thrash- wo can do for our pupils by trusting like: ho is liko a man which built nn flue lot of ginseng during tho uso of Ono Minuto Cough Cure. It kind; most aro man's friends; they are ing nnd had no means of knowing them? ging a house, nnd digged deep, nnd laid tho Now, I tlo not menu any weak, sencures nil coughs colds and throat the scavengers of the world. Nothing just how many bushels they yielded. past two weeks. n rock: nnd when tho foundation on would rot If it was not for these busy Tho oat stubble and a heavy growth timental blindness to their faults, but lung troubles. K. K. Welch, Jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Clarkston. of and flood arose, tho strenm bent vehemlittle workers. Tho earth would soon of weeds worn turned under in Septum an honest, earnest faith in their 'towSidell, visited their daughter, Mrs. to improve, real belief in (ho best ently upon thnt house, nnd could not be oucuuiliored with dead plants, trees ler nnd sown toryo. Colls and calves er Mills, part of tho week. iu them. shako it: for it was founded upon n Conway. and nuinials if tho germs did not de- rati on this a good part of the winter When Dr. Arnold went to tako Tho Nimrods of our noighlwrhood rock. Dut ho thnt hcareth, nnd dooth Mr. It. M. Johnston who has been stroy them. and till alsotit the first of May, gutting charge of Ifughy School things were engaged in hunting wild duck, not, is liko n man thnt without a wero building a dwelling house for Mr. K. Tho germ is very Binall; it takes a fine pasturage anil a part of tho timo in a state of confusion. Tho Ikjjb in killing sev foundation built an house upon the Friday, and succeeded Brooks has it about completed. glass that will make it i thousand wo hail to call in several cows to help had driven out several tenchent. ami Itoastittg of their wero K)wers earth; against which tho stream did eral. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. H. Gordon of Illi-- times as largo as it is before ouo can to take caru of all the rye. when this new joung man came Joseph Martin won his contest nois havo been to this place nud pur- - see it, then it is a mere seck. Tho beat vehemently, and immediately it When tho rye had made all it among them. He entered heartily in fell; and tho ruin of that house was against Miss Helen Baily as teacher chased n little place of B. C. Richard-- 1 different kinds apiear with ditTcrcnt would or alwut May first we plowed to their games ami lieat them in tho Mill Creek district nud the their own great." son which they will inako their homo. shues by which we can recognize what was left under ami sowed cow mid real ground. His quiet dignity effected Monability made him rcM-ctct- l them. They aro so small that several peas. Hy Septemler first thiM wer iu the class room, read these words, and joy change of teachers was Adam day. Eat plenty, Kotlol I)ysjepsia Cure hundred million can lie comfortably fillet! his soul. He took off his spectwo feet high, rank and heavy, ami One day there wj-- t some serious President King, Farmer's Bank, will digest what you eat. It cures all side by side in a space an inch long. lo.tded with well filled xxls altout trouble and one of the worst lxiys tacles, put them down on tho book, trouA few germs when lodged in a per- half of which wore riH. Then we wits culled into Dr. Arnold's private leaned his ollraws upon thotnble, and Brooklyu, Mich., has used DeWitt's forms of dysjiepsia and stomach When ho came out, tho other Tii'sent in his fnmilr for bles, K. R. Gamble. Vernon, Texas, son who is not ns strong its he ought tu met 1 iu forty head of hogs of all ollict. bef.iltli. Knrlr becamo lost in thought. And ho Ikivs standing urciiutl lo know tho re"Il rt',ipm me from the start to Im, because he hat not been r.s dire- ages from pigs to old hrocd-sows- , letgan to measuro his lifo by these years. Says they aro the Ik.. These sult called out. ' Well, what did vMo? famous little puis euro constipation. ami cu itl me. It is now my over- ful to get plenty of good food, - fresh ting them stay only twoor three hours Lie out of it like vou nlways do?" words. And ho thought to himself, I!- - Welch, Jr. S. lasting frieud." couldn't look air, exercise, and sleep, product dis nt it time at first, then hate fret run " No, " saitl the Ixiy. "Is my house built upon tho rock, billiousness nnd all liver aud Ixiwel S. E. Welch, Jr. ease, of tho lot. The peas ntitl plenty of slop into "that man's face ami tell him a well if on tho troubles. or upon tho snndT 'Tis A Solitary Wny. So, tlear fellow teachers, I be! Consumption, tyhoid fever, ehol-- , have been all their feeil till this week lievo that our chnnicter must Is rock. It Is so easy when you aro Im Ily An. era, yellow fever, malaria, are some when wo have put thirty of the hogs jour strongest commanding, inlltiene alono by yourself; it seems ns if you Tliwv ! h mj.tf ry In huiiMii hurl.. of tho diseases germs produce. Green Mull. l.y it liot over tut to another similar patch of lug fotce in the school. And Unrtiiih ur I' had dotio every thing ns God com" lie uublo " yourself ami look for of thiiM' Mliol.iu- - ii. well, mul art !4prvil. They produce their kind very rapid- p.as leaving ten to finish up what is Farmers aro about done foddering mands; but when you forget yournobleness iu jour pupils, cultivate To every one ot ti, fnim Umv to time. ly; ono germ on good t.oil will produce on the first field. The hogs esxvial-1- t self you sin ngnin. Yet I shnll still now in this part. their lxst by appreciating it. Ttire turn a m iim' nt litter loiiellne.. 10.000.ttH) in Jl hours. I think that this world would Is r" tonurjoy. the younger ones have eaten tho Our ileret Irlml I. struggloon. Help me, Lord!" couuty nro usn Tho citizens of this . Ami ftiniMit reAl'.K our lilttrriH-wGood healthy blood is death to a petts and vines with keen relish and better pl.n. to lio iu if the gift of aps. Thus ran his thoughts: ho wanted ing every effort to stamp out Goelsjl-istn- . "Tlien- - l lint one ttlwi milly preciation were more cultivated. disoiiKf germ. So live in n sensible hite made splendid gain. Not one hi elittr Into ' I hrl." to go to bed, but ho felt loath to tear a wife ami is of ti. In turn. Sticli l the ery of way and the germ need have no terror The ground has still a heavy coat forManytender word mother herhungry himself away from tho book. And ho tho from loved Wo have had some very heavy frosts We warnler In "Military nay." for you. Germs love tlirt so keep; of tho coarser stried parts of the ones that will tell her that her html begnn to rend further in the seventh which havo put furmers to hustling So nuttier here or hat imr lot may lie: homo ami person clean. youi vines ami stalks and is full of the work for them is not taken ns a mat Karli heart. tn)terlou even to Itwlf, chapter. Ho read about tho centur- about their greeu fodder nnd cune. at work all ter of course. Mom lite its inner life in v.llunlf. Tho malaria germ lives in damp roots which havo ion, he read about tho widow's son, Many u pupil is Miss Lucy Miuterof this place, has Ami MOiiM )imi Imm the reason why this la? places and the way it is put in tour, summer by means of minute little orho read about tho answer given to returned from a week s visit to her It i UvnHe the lAt isslr "lir line. storing up nitrogen which blood is by the uting of n mosquito ganisms ready for the use of the next findingtho teacher has the habit of pm. In1 vlhe. to I Ill every heart will bo fault rather than of saying John's disciples, nnd finally ho cumo i friends and relativ s at Booneville. key Himself, He tlierefore Vtvyo the which also lives in damp places and crop you could not catch these small wortls of honest praise. to thnt plnco wh? ro tho rich Pharisee She reports a good time. alt Its hamler. ami to Met Tooen Anil want to call our attention to comes up to get his living on you at forms of life or see them except by With jierxrf yinithy ami hoi) jumv. desired the Lord to sit at meat with tho help of a good comtiouiid micro-sco- the evil effect ou diameter of careless Mr. W. A. Cope of Mauldeu has Kaeli miliary Mill that conn , to llim. night. him; and he read how the woman that but the proof that they are praise, or flattery. been visiting Green Hall very often So when we feel this loneliness it l So when you tire in a damp place 1 so ofteu hear was a singer annointod his feet, and there is in the fact that the ea roots Jrsu.sayliiR, "Come lo it':" children talked for the last month Ui i sunposedl The.VuiiiTof we are "not midtrtltvM, keep off tho mosquitoes. evenr timo are covered with little round Ixxlies about in their own hfearitw. "What a washed them with her teats, andMhow Tltu Kerins of disease aro not such from tho size of bird shot up to that pretty girl! " " What Tptj hair! " ThalSaUHjOlintcfia the center "It la a rail lo ua J , run ou.i aiuiic nm miiij me iji... fierce organisms that wo need bo in of (teas, called root tulsrcles and it is etc., that I do not wowler that attraction. read,-- : of from day to day forty-fourt- h Ami tbic who walk with hint verse, and. began to some of our oldr children think that terror of them all tho time. As was iu these that the work is douo. We wish to announce our teachers Can never have a "Military way." Now this lot has given us feed ami n pretty face is enough to recommend "And he turned to tho woman, nnd And when beneath some heavy en yon faint said above, tho blood of a healthy association in Sturgeon, Dist. No. 5. itiisture this year etpial in value to tho them anywhere. That somo of our And say, "I ntnuol la ar tills load alone." said unto Simon, seest thou this person is a very unhealthy place for a I crop of "com and yet tho laml is girls cannot forget themselves and aro Tho association will bo held at HickYou my the truth. Christ made It iiUToely woman t I entered into thine house, germ. Then Nature tries to protect in lstter shaM than when we began disapitoiuttslj if somo ono dot not So heavy that you uiuit return to lllm. ory Flat school, Dist. No. 51, on Satthou gavest me no water for my feet: s, penk iu praise of their e rsonal The Litter grief, whit h "no one iiiiilerstxiiK" us by putting an acid in our stomach it. Tho soil is iu fine mellow condi urday, Oct. '21st. A good timo is exfrom the King, I will not call it Conveys a secret lion and thu hogs have left tiK)ii it that but she has washed my feet with tears, that kills most of tho germs. Everybody invited. KntreatliiK you to mine to lllm aptin. a lilxTnl dressing of manure. Next in a far stronger woid and must not and has washed thorn with tho hairs acted. The Man of Nirrowaundentamla It well, Thus we know that we can prevent mouth wo shall plow this under with 1st used here. of her head. Thou gavest mo no kiss: you scour the world you will In all point, teuii'tlcl He ran feel with you. "If To mo no girl seoins beautiful unthe spread of diseases if wo tako very what is left of the teu vines nnd let tannot come but this woman since tho timo I came never find a remedy equal to Ono You Son !od too often, or too near. ordinary precautions. I will steak of them havo tho winter iu which to de- less she has a sweet spirit, a strong of The l.lnflolteln craee. tho ways in which wo may prevent cay. Next spring we will plant this soul, a gentle maimer, a noble hath not ceased to kiss my feet. My Minute Couch Cure." savs Editor Ills pretence Nttl.fles the loniclng iol. expressed through a well kept head with oil thou didst not anuoint: Eackler, of the Micanopy, Fla., "Hus And thoM who walk with him from day to day the spread of consumption, typhoid laud to corn. fever, diptheria ami "summer-coiWatch it ami see what kind of a body. Can never have "Military nay." but this woman hath anointed my feet tler." It cured his family of II ux in tho next und sucNo Imr is my ideal unions he is plaint" or crop wo get. with ointment." Ho finished reading and saves thousands from ceeding articles. through a mistako tho article quot- sturdy, honest, faithful, tiolito. Thoughts In the Kentucky Hills. Aro tho schools helping to develop these verses, and thought to himself, pneumonia, bronchitis, croup und all ed two weeks ago was not credMo.,' ited to tho Hural New Yorker as it these essentials of character? " Thou savtst me no wafer for my feet, throat and lung troubles. lleautlful Kentucky hllK Josonh StcM'kfortl, Hodi-don- , niiu) n onrn lUUUItl With your laughing little rill., One of tho greatest joys of a teach' cni'nnf twin S. E. Welch, Jr. till U i U OUIU riinntnfp fnr 4"U . ut v should havo lieen. While we shall thou gave me no kits. My head articles that seem er's life is to seo real growth, develyears and cured his piles of long occasionally Ily whoeaIdea the (tower, blow; not anoint.'' icith oil thou didst standing by usiug DeWitt's Witch of especial value to our readers wo opment, improvement, in his pupils. Hills that need no vllrneaa know, It is worth working for, prayiug And again Adam took off his specHazel salve. It cures all skin (lis- - shall try in all cases to give full credWith your stately forest trees. Spradling. for, Mioving in. it. a. eases. eicn, jr. tacles, put them down upon the book, wlione Ixituht the gentlo brvere Through Mrs. Ed. Collins diet! Oct. 1st. and again he becamo lost in thought. (illdea ami stirs the leaves, In tring. slnr. Where the merry "It seems that Pharisee must havo Miss Sarah Perry, daughter of Hills w ho? ieaeef ul fields of com as I am. I, too, Henry Perry, died Oct. 2. been such a man Glisten In tha dew of morn, apparently have thought only of myMr. Curtis Bowman of Owsloy Co. Hills wIiom; L'ter)' trown self, how I might havo my tea, bo was tho guest of J. K. Tutt Oct. 3. 1'ure ethereal blua looks down; V warm and comfortable, but never to Rev. J. W. Doane and your scribe Seene where naught but man Is vile think about my guest. Ho thought visited McCansy, Menifee Co. Sop. 29. Nature, pleaxant smile, To cloud about himsolf, but there was not tho There is to bo a graded school , Why should feuds as manifold least care taken of tho guest. .And As the Viking had of old organized at Bothel Church the winwho was his guest? Tho Lord himMain with blood your grnwy m1, ter and spriug of 1900. And defy the wrutli of (Sod? self. If ho had come to mo, should I Misses Edua Shackolford and Why should men yet therlth hat have done tho 6amo way? " Pearlina Gosuey, who havo been very .Although Hill In Ntvuxe state; Adam rested his head upon both low with fever, aro better. Why yet .hould the mark of Cain his arms, nnd did not notico how ho On a single man remain? "When our boys wero almost dead fell asleep. (I that men would learn to live "Martini" suddenly seemed to from whooping cough, our doctor More like ChrM.and to forghe sound in his ears. Martin started gave Ouo Miuuto Cough Cure. Thoy Little wrongs, i ou.Mered great. And no longer cherish bale, recovered rapidly, writes 1. IJ. liell, from his sleep: "Who is hero! " Ho turned around, glanced toward Argylo, Pa. It cures coughs, colds, That no blood would slain thy rills, lleautlful Kvutmky hills! grippo and all throat and lung troutho doorno ouo. -- Morion IfarvUl hnltrkl. S. E. Welch, Jr. Again he fell into a doze. Suddonly bles. ho plainly hoars, VJa "Martini Ah, Martin! look WO BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN iUipnof cAiiaiT luitoici siwinomachihc u, row on tho street. I am comming." It ti )uur narrat ttOtcIit dnit aui If Im4 JBCBBBk Vuu ui exMiutu Martin awoke, rosa from tho ch lir, FOllNIlKII ACIIAMCK K)K t. n I saa began to rub his eyes. Ho himself ieas ufaalartt! u or. mf Special Otter Price S15.50 UlllllUr KVKUVIIODV the lot l il(r uti.l cti4rtf. aUtuhin citliQlVf IT uuuUiar MOUTHSfreight will THIEC THAU" does not know whether ho heard those Jl rvturu j Kr not ittli. Jm y uy iat,n4 Over 20 teachers, 700 students (from 20 states.) Host Library hi Kentucky. No Halooiis. J.il, fl(l. words in his dream, or in reality. He j'i:ruab 00,illtlfirBl 4 p mil fuliTi1r?riljf InXbUit WU n'ir !.( 111.10 for thltt'hift DLNkliBlUT lr IU.tU. fll 6Hur VtUUKft U turned dowu his lamp, and went to lMlil.Pratt lll(i. tut rr nvrri y nr bwo. k bed. new ft OF liVHTATIONS tr",(l,"u:?0J,7r ARE For those NOT stilllclontly atlvaiiceil to get ti toucher's cert Ulciitcr uuur tfciiuuautUH, j U urluli iiai I. Trailo Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. l'tl(ltJbslPal. Ussl. nrlUMaMfrlWUlsViaM4l?a(sa4irft tlblMS, lil'KUIKILM. At day break next morning, Adam cry I D r I sO Laf ttv" II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal und, tho advanced courses. Iriafc. GJvIIaIJIwIV ntnr k04i luutor iwut hk.ii Hit J &yy&7$7VF 1 to God, lighted Hr rose, mado his prayor ' iUtl'K MttlfltK Xilvk. MUM 1MI raj i f " "r i For tlioso siilllclently nUvnnceti lo gn a icnenor s ceruucaio s tho stove, put on tho cubbago soup aud In A purples. w boat MatP rri Mattffrlatl III. Farming anil Agriculture, gardening, stock raising, forestry, etc,- - two years. La Wt MUlfV I V. Domestic Science -- Sowing, Cooking, etc. two years. the gruel, piit the water in tho samoam bua SOLID QUftllTCR SAWED OAKPy.tll'IJ.'T'!;V.'!:i V. Normal Courso Tor teachers tlireo years, with praciico leaciung. var, put on his apron, and sal down ( t' to i u'ril ai eiir I it.- aiti utiK lr ia ki . i VI. Academy Courso four years, fitting for Collego, for busiuess, and for life. r tUli tu ci ii opra uh t uA Ion tita nd ht 4 In tc t of by tho window to work. Hld. th tl' 4 tltf sirawtrtt Ult lkVt lUi tnmt CrJ, For tlioso more advanced : VII. Collego Courses Classical, I'hilosophicul, und Literary. tK fdmuu avr raivu a tniuui. u, novti ui lwI urtiri u 11. ttiiiiiiiK Adam is working, and at tho saino Urg !! Adjunct Departments s VIII. Music Hoed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. llfeni)lh lr satUlitl ratBtr, 't uUti lif icntiMif ti.isvllricTaijrtlo(r Hmiluiprovnl i rm Luul, nuiuujio iAitt luurti. u IX. IJoroa General Hospital Two years' courso in tho caro of tho sick. time thinking about all that had hapllbPimtur t'tliivlri'ler y U'1 Utrtnu'i. aUiit Umliacarrtrr. pat at nwUlU wiittl, ujuiuLi luiprivt.ilaU ul He thinks both 41a fttatltawit lliV 4 pened yesterday. nta a4 lk4t 'D drM Kuanf, institution. Its instruction Is a is tnonoy-makinittt4 Uktl irm4. CUAflANTECD IkallcblfnlraaaUc. li.raU4 Mirtivl Dorea places the best education in reach of all. It not a IsfUMauklMaifs trykuwnforiarkriranllftiiJdoi-llbtriiUlaoraJikaaa allitliawat U faraUkrsi antl our Fr ItV; freo gift. It aims to help tlioso who vnluo education mid will help themselves, aud charges a small lucidontal foe ways: now ho thinks it was a dream, t ruction Book tJIJut to meet expenses of tho f chool apart from instruction. Students must also pay for their board. Exponsos for term aud now ho thinks he really heard u UrnsT; Yflll NnTHINQ U4tiiiiWUaiitkl,JinpraltUli!jto (12 weeks) may bo brought within $21, about half of which must be paid iu udvanco. ut .rTi.oo r tionkpettrr th "Well" ho thinks, "such voico. pay your frrlirltl airtot tha 1ft. flail viii. rJ.w tu liu.tu. tUt y n anti thtn If Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalista, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of MtUfloi. UKU&ft U.IQ Ifnticy iimltbmtbriaiuntl'tvuuiryourDut TULk ttit lo things have boon." Tit; lay, IB art. K',uuct rTiiaj Bra jjqnthiiTlstl bt rrnauia, all denomiuutious. For information or friendly advice address the Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III. (To U nnlinupl ) Hercu, Madison Co., Ky. KO. T. FAIKCIULD, LL, County. o th-m- g, Rockcastle County. I 1 1 j Warren County. mitler-laml- mc-l- i lx-e- j t 1 -- -- ! Ih-s- prttt-tmes- pur-itos- ' e I a Wolfe County. c aom-blri- li s to-m- SEMP MONEY 1,0,1.. 1 BEREA COLLEGE DEPARTMENTS: 1- m ,fc jila'l tt-- ) trvf-'jt- , Im g f Itt-bi- !,,