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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 18, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899101801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 18, 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. DflTQlw to too interests of am m Home, KJ B flV Clfclwt ScM, ana Ian KM 18KL TTTTT Sti: -- VOL-L. i REBEL, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IB, I'l KSONM PERSONALS AND LOCALS. Pres. W O. Frost was In Cincinnati Monday. J. W Stevens is spending a few weeks in tha North. Mrs. C. W. Oould went to Cincin nati Monday and will return today. Prof. E. O. Dodge is spending a few weeks at Cumberland Gap, Tenn Rov, F. D. Durban, of Chicago, wan called to bo pastor of the Dcrca Church. Dick Neely, a brother of John W. Neoly, is attending school at Ashrille, North Carolina. Tho College Hill and Spradling news reached tho olfico too lato for publication this week. J. R. Phileu, of Western Reserve Medical School, spoilt n few days in Roren visiting friends, Teachers' Association will Ira held at tho Bores School houso, Oct. '21. A largo crowd U expected. A large crowd from Bcrea attended tho Adam Forepaugh and Sells Bros circus at Richmond, Monday. practice Saturday left The foot-bal- l its mark on several of tho boys. C! Reynolds had his noso broken. The article published last week on tho "Educational noeds of this region" from our oversight was not credited to A. P. Settle, as it should havo been. Evort Van Winkle went to Pt. Truth, Va. last Thursday and came back with his wifo ou Monday. Mrs. Van Winkle has boon visiting her sister, Mrs. Clias. Gibson. Ira B. Pcuniman is singing in the Union Park Congregational Church of Chicago. His address is 107 Loomis Street, Chicago, 111. Homer Pope is taking Vocal nud Theory of Mr. IVnniman. Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. It cures all forms of dystonia and stomach troubles, E. It. Gamble. Vernon, Texas, says, "It relieved me from the start and cured me. It is now my everS.E- - Welch, Jr. lasting friend." Rev. John G. Fee and graud-datigh- i ter, Miss Hallio Kmbreo, went to Cincinnati Saturday morning. Thoy expect to visit friends in Indiana and iu Northern Keutucky. "It did mo more good than anything 1 ever tued. My dyspepsia was of months' standing; after eating it was terrible. Now I am well," writes S. B. Keener, Hoisiugton.Kns., of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests S. E. Welch, Jr. what you eat. NO, M' I . M V i. (i. T. G. PASCO, i A PROCLAMATION OP ECONOMY for the Fall and i. Winter KDITOR I ml MANAOKR. I rnlIUhVi t the office o( THi: OITIZUN, Ilorea, Ky. Kuttmt at the i III: I I , I . I Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made at flora. Ay, iu trmrvl OLOTZHZIZCsTGr-- 1 to clolli you with tM I.owel.prlot. rlfhtljr mulp, boliitclr Clothing In Amerlr. Rlhtlrmde, m It It ol fumout "VIUU" Dtmnd llionlrmw1r-tu-wprClolhlnIn rlnn, well TkllomJon aMrlctl? f d WfrreMtlnir, the Iruldo, the YtntlUttil workrooms Perfect nttlnj In mnktni , rrprrwnti the cx- "Vlulu,' Ih Terr life of Iho garment, l rrelnlne nendllnreol time ami thouiht, ml l a decided nmtrait to the tailoring- mn In ordltirj,re'lr-lo-win- r t'lolhlnif. The Fbrlc tht we how re the verr newet d"l(ini thut will lx"eeii llil ievm. Mnr ronflneil exrlulrelr to n. In tke ee ol thelme(ct. The moit extnordlnarf fctlurpcomUnlng our (treat oner l, lint wc (n nd do Mil our ClollilnuM rta W irool T7lt nt pre trA IDEAS. Ono way to Improve the noighlior hood in which you livo i to uotico the Kood things in pcoplo and ojienk wall ol thoni. It is not adisgrnco to bo xor, but it in a disgrace to be idlo, to Ira waste ful, or to Ira contented to stay poor. It is bettor to have thu good will, otoii of a dog, than his l. Ium SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other . DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Wat Main St. RICHMOND, KY. ; LESS MONEY Thnelwhre. thn eliewhere? dependlnn on a Urge volume or lmlnr. The more t'lnthlng we ell, the greiter ower the lower our prleci, thit'i the itory in a iiut-hulour piinhnlii The Berea Monumental Co. The result of good tcork and reasonable prlcei is that we now have customers in all parts of the State When you want S nrletlyon prog ClutliltiKlor le money How mn werTonl loeli rach tmmn'werlnfiireaniWIniple: Ourn lm moilern ttore, romlnieted rrMlrc )ln, our Clothlnel rold on the tmiillot mirxln of profit, lilxh-trml- It in a great thing be. on in thii world to ! time. If yon want to tako the COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND METHODS - Anything in the monumental line if train, due. now. bo at tho station on time. If you owe money, pay it the day it t KENTUCKY know and we will send you designs and prices Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. If you want an education, begin ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... Berea, xi. 18, to show that atkine is tho onlv At prices to suit the times. Material and work first- - lass. condition which Christ requires for the Washington Letter. receiving of the Holy Spirit, or ActH Ky. OP ii. 3, 4, to show that there was no ''lay It in nnnouucod at the War Depart ing on of nanus ontnouar ol rente ment that tho censorship on cablo cast: thev extilainawnr all theso nan A. P. SETTLE, sages ami any other of similiar import. groin from and to Manila ivai abol BY Having mado tho above points all ishod by General Otis on September Attorney and Notary Public, clear to one whom tue "eluera are 0, and that tho only requirement now Rev. William R. Campbell. trvimr to teach, thev thon submit the w that correspondents fiio copios of Berea, Kentucky. proKsition that neither baptism nor (OmNwl nm Uut vrrk.) their dospatchca at Army Iloadquurt tho laying on of hands will bo of any Office on Main Street, In Mamnlc Bldg, upt&ln. Tho substanco of what they will avail unless tho one administering era, for rofeninco in case complaint is givu you iu these conversations and in these ordinances is duly authorized so mado regarding tnattor oahled. Tho you Digests llie0 irucis is Hi ijlioivn; it seems to to do. 'Yon Want GOOD GLASSES removal of tho censorship was not At tho proier time, as Thoy then undertake to prove that It artificially digests the food and aids ordered from hero, the innttor leing them, thoy will say: "We are mission- no one is authorized to tench, preach Nature In strengthening and recon- aries of the Church of Jesus Christ of or administer tho ordinances except Dlmctlnrf tho fTtinstirt dlirestlve or left to General OtiV discretion otitire-Latter-daSaints" (thereby mislead- tho Mormon priesthood. By their gans. It Is the latest discovered digest j ing all who have never happened to peculiar methods of interpreting ant and tonic. No other preparation efficiency. Secretary Uago has decided to anhear tho Mormon Church called by scripture, thoy "prove that the (Jhrii-tia- n can approach It in permanently It In-- 1 cures this euphonious name). "We believe Church of old was to apostatize Btantly relieves and ticipate tho payment of tho entire Indigestion, Ileartburn, in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, immedintolr after the apostolic ace. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Nausea. TtfnttiipnnA. intension United Stntos Ixtiuln for tho same ns all other Christians do" and then lj' mmiliar use of history bleu ueaaacne,uasiraigia,tjranir.auu the iKilance of tho fiscal year, amount (tuoreby leaving tho impression that j they "prove" that as a matterof fact all other results of lmperfectdigcstlon. YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. lug to t0,000,000. Tho intcrtwt duo they believe iu tho orthodox doctrine t j,e church did so apostatize, that Iho Prtpartd by E. C. DtWItt A Co. Chicago. IF Glasses that are not properlr adjnted to yonr hich they do not), dark ages" came ou because of such Nov. 1 will bo paid at once without S. K. WKLGH, Jit. of tho trinity, eye? are actually duKerou. 1 know It. ana you ought to know It. I will not attempt to ;ult "Wo lwliovo iu tho Biblu as tho Wonl jixjstasy, that the Reformation was discount, but ou paymenU due after glasses to your eyes until I know what Is needed. of God, given by tlivino inspiration" ' merely an effort on the part of man LEWIS A. DAVIS, Eyea examined free. that date a discount of '210 of ono intimating that they believo iu (to establish the Church of Christ, but (never cent will be charged if bondholdA Nice line of Novelties in later nud ,vns n failure becauso there was no Medicine other Scriptures that are JEWELRY. ers desire to nvail themioNi-t-i of the adapted to these times" thau . volatiou and no true prophet to lead the Bible). "Wo hold fcomo views .jn the work, mid that there was uo offer. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. Oflico nt Residence. Mliicliurvn lime aiiiereur. ironi me true church in the world from tho au General Otis has informed tho War views iieia uy oilier iienomiuniions; cient apostolic times to the days of Doparttnnnt of his adoption of a combut wo do not ask uuy one to believe Joseph Smith, who was duly "authorprehensive scheme of local govern-moanything which wo caunot prove by ized by prophecy uud rovolation, ns this Bible, (holding up the Bible). of old, to reestablish the truo church for all tho town and cities in Iu all their preliminary instructions iu the world, HANSON & PASCO'S Luzon occupied by tho American thoy tako earo to begin in such a way Hence, you see, that from the apforces. Each la to havo a iuunicial as to keep unsuspecting Christian parently innoceut beginuing with council, tho priwidout of which shall eople from seeing divergence of faith, remittance, baptism, and tho We are prepared to do all kinds from Christianity, ami to pro- laying on of hands, thoy keep on un- of bo elected by vim voce vote, but his Bcrea, Kentucky. Job printing at very cheap rates. ceed in such a way that when tho di- til they reach tho startling conclusion election shall not bo valid uutil apvergence afterward appears, it will that tnoro is no true church in all tho Here are a lew sample prices: Editor The Citizen: . proved by tho military commanding Si 25 mind so Hlight Saints, or 500 White envelopes H. C. JASPER, M. D. Being a suliscriher to your new and seem to tho ordinary The following is world but tho Latter-da1 00 . officer. Tho council may decide civil is generally 500 Ruled Note Heads to bo Immaterial. as Mormon Church, as it 1 25 . MEDICINE and SURGERY, suit involving less thau $500., and iu interesting paer, I feel it my duty to the substnuceof what thoy will say as called. 500 Ruled Letter-head- s 1 s 50 Office in Prathcr Building, Richmond, Ky. If thoy cau got you to accept this 500 13 lines . criminal cases shall examine tho ac- express myself to you iu its behalf. thev proceed: 1 50 and join their church, in "Wo believe that faith is the first Telephone J03 Be 109 cused and discharge him or turn him Kentucky is my native state and as principle of tho Gospol." They fol- conclusion will, by precisely the eamo 500 Regular Statements . time they 1 00 . hnvo lived in several parts of it I I 500 6x9 Hand bills . over to tho military arm for trial, low this statement by elaborate quo- stylo of reasoning as above, lead you 1 50 . " feel that I know something of its 500 9 x 12 " Secretary Koot has returned from people, its advantages and disadvant- tations of Scripture to show that faith to bolievo that God is a polyganiHt, 500 Business Cards . 1 25 E. B. McCOY, to salvation, without M'r tho Western trip on which ho started ages, its growth and needs. I have is uecossary their definition of faith is and that men may become gods by MYJKiv llf ptdagt many one of tUe abort Thoy onltrt vill M that practising this abomination. or trnb eitra, or oh (he $nall hand billt or with the President's party, and is at been led to consider the above points outirely different from that of Chris-tai- n v ill moreover by the samo methods bH4lHrit cnriU, ii mf (lira. Orten mutt be poIJ work ou his annual report. He will priestpeople. lead you to accept tho Mormou or in admnct. Write the Copy F.K YiMnly. more carefully by having read The of God" They then continue by Baying "We hood ns "tho mouth-piecprobably mako recommendations re- Citizen since its first edition. What to. second whom you must "oliey in all things, Mail orders carefully attended repentance, the garding tho futuro government of I feol to bo our greatest lack in gener- believo that tho Gospel." is Again thoy STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, temporal ns well as spiritual." They principloof of Cuba, Porto Hico and the Phillip-p- i al ami local prosperity is a want for quoto Scriptural passages to prove the will thus enslave you and make Berea, Kentucky. CENTER urn, Uo would liko to seo a civil necessity of repentance, all this time vou nnv tithes for their BUDDOrt Kentuckiaus. Tho greatest difficulty ART GALLERY leaving you under tho impression that whilo they go around pretending government sot up iu Porto Rica nt is that tho people do not write and Is it not equity and justico that ulj once, and favors tho speedy withdraw- - harmoniously work together to ac- - their idea of repentnnco is the samo to preach "without puree or scrip in who expects to keen any kind of stock C. 1. 0QG, Proprietor. as the Christian idea. order to get more money out of thoso in tow n whore nil havo equal rights ai oi mosioi our soldier irom tTuba.;c0,uplish .,lllt gooA they can. Somo Thev follow this bv statinjr: "Wo whom they nroleadiug astruy. Nothing But the pasturage Photos. ii is stated . f mat no win not ai.. . mis. w0 wi, locul mMvn, Tako our boliovo that baptism is the third prin When the JMormon "Cillers' ap should furnish feed and ....... .. l i iptism j)r0llch your door or invito you to their for tho same. This is a matter that Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. tiiuu iimnuiii'iuciliM rfCOUlIIlcniillllUUB schools lor instance. In some cases ciplo of the Uospol, and tuat iu only be regulated by public sen- for army reorganization, or n orii)iiii-en- t wo gut a good teacher, but for some is Air remission of sins, as is aught mcotiugs. your onlv tafety lies in re- -- timent. Ordinances may bo euncted woFds of Christ : "Bo in tho Scrinturo, Here we differ n lKX)k to 110 HVIU increase in tho army, ou tho personal reasons he is left entirely to littlo from some deuomiuntioiis who niembeiing the if the peO- nrn nf f..U., nronl.ols whieb come to tO fill H DENTAL SUJIGEltY. ground that ut present wo lire not iu hlumt'lf to do thu boit ho From tench that baptism is au outward sigu wou in sheep's clothing, but inwardly plo will not support the officers in ciui. p A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. their enforcement. a K)mou to yet Know wnai iorcos we ..r i.. oi inwrurd grnco. Iu this particular they uro ravening wolves." i, 0j jutt,,-,Wo havo a beautiful littlo town for Smith Building, Main Street, .. . u weciiuui wo are riirht because wo fol Tneewl i win pormaneutly uml in our new WorK n wuoio year .i natural advantages and many pretty iiirougu wuutui low tho Scriptures whilo other denom Kichmoud, Ky. possession. places but our streets lack the tidy Telephone, Ite.lilrnce, No O'i, Office, No 00. visit from tiny ono in the district, liuations have 'turned away from the Town Pride. look that indicates thrift and pride " Iu this connec- Wo onco heartl n mother say Iu count- - truth unto fables.' Are wo not getting to bo about iu tho towu. uuy that shu was glud when her tion, they uuotoii number of passagesRoaming stock mako tidy streets which teach baptism nud uso tho ex- a large enough towu to do away once children were old enough to scatter prvssion "remission of sins.'' They for all with the nuisance of Carelessness about palr iui)08siblo. Until Further Notice out ou Sunday mornings m that B.I10 discuss ono poiut at n time iing stock ou tho streetat Every pers, rubbish of all kinds, weeds, aud was not bothored with them. Wo nud dwell upon it until fiey fool that morning wo seo tho spectacle of a other unsightly objects, furthor con Subscribers to UKALElt IX AMATEUIt SUri'MKH I lucK 01 nearness. frequently hear peoplo fall out with thoy liuvo con viuced the "emiuirer'' dozen cows roviug tho streets iu tributes to tue ... . z . Lot overv citizen take it as a per Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices search of iiasturago that is uot there mey lane up .1 ine uexi THE CITIZEN the school system, while wo believe oolorehaving Batisfiod the one to (oiui. and watchinir with a koeness that sonal duty to do all in his power to whom After . ... .... i View about lierea a specialty. tho failure is not in the systom, but is they are talking that baptism is belongs only to the educated lierea IIiaKo our IOWU auraciivu aou no may get also should remis- cow for an open gate or a latch that shall see au improvement that all tho result of lack of aid which and that it is for "tho sion of sins," then they proceed: "We cau be forceti or weak board that will appreciate. bo given by the pooplo. The Toledo Blade or Z i While 1 do not eonaidor myself en lielieve, moreover, that immersiou is will enable them to secure a inenl iu Tho "Mow Ikyr Preacher," Rev. J. somebody's lot. We do uot blamo tho only valid mode of baptism." The Louisville Commercial Rive. 111., says, 'iAfter Uroly iu sympathy with everything Then they take up the next poiut by tho poor creatures but their ownors Kirkman, BelleBronchial or sulTeriug from luug trou- Qjtfee Hours,.S to 12 A . M., portaluiug to Berea College, 1 con- - saying: " 0 beliovo that the doetriuo ought to provide them pasturage. For 50c a Year. xlgratulato its uinuagors ou the sue- - of the laying on of hands for the gift The Berea hog too has organized a ble for ten years, I was cured by Oue 1 ton P. M., National Bauk Building is tho Minuto Cough Cure. It is all that is Richmond, Ky. AH for $ I 00 a year. ooss thoy havo met with, nud I bo-- f of the Holy Ghost is tho fourth prin- propensity for privnteoring tliat support of astonishment of uuy ono who is u claimed for it and more,'1 It cures llluvo the couuty of Madison and ciple of the Gospel." In cottghs, colds, grippe, aud all throat "principle' thoy quote stronger to the place. this Miss slato of Koutuuky could do no better Acts viib 17. IB: Acts ir. 17. nud Acta The keeping of poultry may be a and luug troubles; S; 12. Welch, Jr. nu uct thau lay aside projuditK", six. 0, They hero claim that the Holy Hnuroo of income to the owner but Admiral Dowov iu spending hi va if tlioro should, bo nyi nud give this Solrit cannot bo received "ua n gift1' how about theic neighbors who havo cation on W. S. Webb s farm iu Ver- - AOVICe 5 TO ralEMrABILITY up, Motlca to " inrentlrs Ace " oollego u helping Uan, uiul innk of without tho laying ouo! bauds, and to sutler Irom irordenai Huratcuou vngur ,?'it' ... 1,,. m,M .lr.u 8aok "Uawtabtl raiunU'i that tliCHo p&Hage3, iuterpretulilin iidtver.heda ruinetlopd, dender i 'All suuscriptious must coino it, uaiinatUutioii,but,uoti aaly,Bflrffi., Iroul; Manila tJvH mfMtnt 'viowof tho! context, to teacliin Ifitlio UibUiiiunn plants Bumpodi'.ou io iuou li UnceuMnHlhewM but tho whole btate,voild bo,.,proMd. f.'ouuuircrft happens' ito be sufficiently Hungry uock luruoa loose ou the dutails! of tlio drowning of n number of soldiers. James Dekbiko, familiar with the Biblo to quote Luke i thuin. JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Mormon Missionaries Kodol what Dyspepsia Cure eat. y Ir Berea, Ky. and Surgery, ot Job Printing Dirt Cheap GO TO Mor-monis- LIVERY. y Bill-head- iuti-mati- Dentist; Berea, Kentucky. STREET o . 1 . ! , ptistur-genorul- bURTON, The Photographer, . 1 . I f J. C. MORGAN', Dental Surgery, PUTA I I D(M It d THABC-MaR- FREE " ont J yen enro to ef" bt tsKed, with sinn to ma under a pretense go!" and he (rizrd; but at he left, he disebni-gc- d a Par resumed Ins study of the tnsp. I would thian shot! "Ah, ladies! I sought but a thrko in his voice. Thlo beautiful earth) nd this beautiful have urged the matter, but all my pride was kiss. I am but a poor thief a crow but I Ixiweil Rravelj', and ho conducted mi lirel arousi at hit words, and so, with a short the Signor di S.ivclli is no better, though he upstairs, rully two flights beyond my room, And only ont spin lo enjoy IL good day, I tu.ncd on my lirrl and walked and then stopped on a small landing liirt with hawk s wings. And wo In our (oily exhaust It with tlrlft! out. I'assing through the gallery, I saw Do I took no notice of tho remark 1 nnd, lift IliroiWh the Ihilf open door that faced 11 We do not know how to employ It. llricnnc, leaning against an open window. ing my tap, tttgcd pcmmwiou to tec the la a little di mine jut. nnd looked wUlfullrii Our loves nnd our hates cet so painfully talking to another young ollirer. I hey hot li dies to a plaiu of safety. ('otto, lie stooped to stroke it, mid then mixed. looked at me. and burst into a loud Immli. In spite of our noblest endeavor, hen ho had "We th.uik 1 oil for jour kindness, sir,' rising pawed into the room. W live In a state of "between and be At any other time I might hate treated this said the shorter nnd elder nf the two, "hut gone the door, ho looked thick nt me. twlxl." with contempt, but I was sore all over at my I sco our servants apprtsn Inns:, nnd wo will saying- "l.nlcr. In a state of tranquillity, never. I did reception, and approaching the two said: not therclore Iipsiniss on oil. I Micro mc, with gen tli- - lonltcl. and it is not however, we nregiateful my cousin and I." iminli'il lo .1 bed 111 theeornrrof Hi lortin Make haste and be happy, ye mortals that "Vou seem amused, gentlemen well to laugh at distress. can; Kvrn ai she spoke her lackeys came up, on wlndi was the figure of n woman, lying Cease yearning for what cannot be, They stopped their laughter, slarins and one of them, in an alarmed tone, asked o stni .11111 motionless that she might hav Itemember ye have but the one little span; haughtily at me, and I)e llricnnc said: what was tho matter, and then turned on Iven .in Image of wax Her plentiful brow Make It fruitful and Joyous and free. hair was spread over the pillow, and out o "Your way, signore, lies before you," and me fiercely. Small matter that others have more than he pointed down the corridor. "itc quilt, (Jian," said the lady who Ind this frame the pinched n lute fare, with al enough, "I'erhaps the Signor de llricnnc would Just tokcn, "it is we who hate to thank its traces of t looked out in 11 piti White ye struggle and strive for mere 1111 silence, line tinn I1.111.1 was turned ul rare to accompany me -- unless," and I looked Signor di Nivrlli for tvsouina us. bread: "Your Kinlon, signore; but we heard the iiownwams on 1 11c roicrtrt, nmr, ns 1'ame Nature Is chary of sweetmeats and him steadily in the face. "Unless what?" De llrienne flushed an- ladies cry out, and seeing jou heie puff, noon, me lingers Peg.111 in work loom I rialn fare makes high thinking;, 'tis said. grily. "Whcte jou should have Ikh-ii,inter nvely. t over her forchend and toucheil forte this moment wo beard a hasty foot- rupted; "jou lag too far behind jour una At The sun ami the air and the birds and the it aitli Ins lips. "Little one,' he said, step on the marble floor, and I I'alisse ad- tress." tree. vanced, "Still here," he said to me; "did I girl, who hsd up to now you sleep?" The dark-hnircAnd the Rlorlotis kingdom nf flowers I he gill opened her sklitlcrs rira. anil The mennest of men Is a monarch of these; not tell you to begone?" not spos.cn, but, with her fate very ale, purest of bliss should be ours The "My business is with the Signor de llri was playing with bracelet on her wrist, f.iint smile, tint listhled up her fare, iiiakin Then let us Join hands forn hspplerclan. wondrous it Usititiful, Mxsvd over hei enne," I replied, stiffly, for my blood was now looked up. He our fortune whatever ll may; hot within me. "1 think we had letter get back; r will uuiuteiMimc. Life Is nl wont but n brief little (fan. '.Not )it. She spoke s low I rout "I am quite prepared," began De llrienne, not trouble this this gentleman further. And at bent little more than n day, hardlv ditch the words, "but I shall alec Interposed. He has ahtMily done too much for us." -- Josephine K'llilck, In Cleveland trader. but the "Not in the least. I cannot allow my offiShe i!ropcd me n proud little curtsev, SOMII. I knew what she meant, fur in hrr tare cers to go lighting with every croque-mor- t and turned away, but her 'nrnd irankly nho comes here with a long sword and a ly- hfld out her I1.1111I. "Itelieve mr, fii,;nnr til was already that look winch mint's lo those who are rfoiii away. Cuitc was, hi.wevr ing story. Look at him, De llricnnc every Savelli I hcarJ jou so called mv cousin inch a bravo! Ilarkce, Donatit llcgoneat Angioli ami 1 arc both very grateful. She 1111 inn- - 10 imige "Mie is he mii "I will pie lier sumo more wine .ill t tin once. rot another word, or by (iod, I will is a good deal upset by hat has hai'prnrd have you hanged from the nearest window!" nnd I speak for hrr. My hulmud," she she needs is strength my littleone " With It did not require me to carry my iienein "out on hurriedly, "has much influcntc, end this lie ttlimd to 11 ctiplnMrd, andopcnui I, took thenceforth u bottle of wine; with tion in my right hand, to be aware that -'i if nny word" Pahsse was capable of fulfilling his threat, She stopped a little helplessly, an.l rreing shaking lingeis he tried to fill n glass, tin tho bottle was empty. although I was inclined to draw on him she had observed my appearance, and anxand "I forgot," he said, nod looked hopelrlj there and then, I knew what the ultimate re ious to end the affair, J cut 111: 111 sults would he. So swallowing my pride as thf 111.1111 "Madam, I did nothing but drive off n cur iiiruini mm. I lute which made me rr.ul it man open liook best I could, and regretting the you thank mc too much, (iood day!" May liiic, I wluspvrid, "I will lie Inc which bad subjected me to this insult, I 1 stood cap in hand until they turned the stalked into the street. lCor)rljM, 184s. by D. Arr'ton & Co. elbow of the walk, and then retraced tm soon wry soon." He looked at me In a dard sort of man All rights reserveJ. I made my way to my ordinary, nnd sat steps to my lodging. As I went lurk, I could r.rr, but I uaited for no reply, and, slipping there to cool, which took some time. I was not help railing at my luck. I was enabled able to sec that the rebuff I received was due to do a service, which, for no reason I could nui 01 me loom, ran as last as I could down CHAPTER VII. in grc.it part to my own mismanagement; assign, 1 would rather have dune to this stairs, anil through the daikening streets t THE GARDEN OF ST. MICHAEL. Calling the landlord also that there was no hope for me from La particular woman than any othrr a service the nearest inn. it) what was his lest wine. I'alisse, nnd that my steps must turn else- which should have made her loot; kindly asUsI On our vray back feci wns somewhat sepaviy ic'si wine, signore: All my wine where if I wished my purse to show a full-feat me, and jet by a cruel stroke she was rated from nie, whether by accident or 1 did I cannot say. apcarance. I dined sparingly, drinking made to think me nothing else but a thief. are good. There is Chianti from our ow not quite regret ( hfisti from Naples liisian grao, th:', as I hud made up my mind to sec ns hut a half measure of Chianti, which I mixed tor I.uigis charge was definite, and it was hiruln fr"".i Piedmont, Unman OrvirtoamJ little as possible of him for tlx? future, think- with water, and it made but a thin thud. clear I knew him. My namcwasalsoknown When I finished my slender repast, there to her, ami erhaps the rest of my story, ns n lute Vcrnacrin of the nan C brand that tin ing he hid repaid himself for his kindness, Isniinal Ippohtod l.ste " was nothing left but to kill time. It was it was understood by the public, vvntild l by the proposals he bad made to me. In root, 1 useless to go back to my lodgings, for want told to her, nnd then, ad.cu to my little siswrr my ques ileod, 1 may say 1 never sought his society uiiai is jour iiesi wine: llavej-01- . r.lthough, until he showed his hand, his visits of funds had compelled me to discontinue, if it was not adieu already. Then lion ot lite wines ot 1 ninccr mil cunt crs.it ion Rave me some pleasure, for, until better times, my newly acquired habit again what business had 1 to have such aii in of I rnnre! lie cxclaimm. "Conic notwithstanding his position, he was a well' of reading, and Ceci, despite the kindness thoughts? I had jet to learn that these know things come unbidden, and when they come di I!am! Does not lour informed man, who, in the earlier part of he had shown me, was precise in the exachis life, must have seen better days, and per tion of payment for offices performed by take no denial. Thinking in tins way ns I that Li I'alisse nnd his Frwirh rut thru-it- i haps hoped to sec them again, if his plot l.im. No rnoro indeed could be expected walked on, I was surprised to find I had hive been here for a month? Think vo time 13 a bottle of red llouesilor. or Anna; succeeded. The words lie had let drop, to from a huckstering mind such as his, inher- leached the old All'izzi Palace This build i.j.-lcl- t in l lorencer I'leiebe, however. ing, like all the other houses of the nobles the diet th.it the Medici would come back, ited no doubt from a line of bargainirg citi in)' cellar, two flagons of Ilurgki.dv ns, whoso hearts were in their bales of ot Florence, was fortified with braeci.i or had civen inc a hint ns to what that plot "Fet.h ut.s. It was evident that my old friend was wool. So I strolled awards the garden of toners, joined to each other by bridges. flung him one nl once rut. man!" and a crown. St. Michael, passing on tne war the niaui. n active incinlicr of the Iligi, or Orcy I'arty pro UK roNTiNrnti J in Horcncc, that were then working secretly where there were still numbers assembled, for the restoration of Lorenzo's sons. It end wonJering at the implacable hatred of Hi'nicd clear, too, that the attempt to be the Florentines towards their noblest blood. THE 17JITATIVE QUALITY. mmle was to 1c directed against some very a hatred they carried so far as to build the eminent member of the state crhaps the wans 01 tne 1'alace ot the aign jry obliquely, An Inslnnrc l lis I'revnlrnrs U'll l.oiif.ilonicrc himself, and I began, to. won rather than they should touch the spot -n m'ssimI In nn where the Ubcrti once dwelt. And this set der if it was not my duty to lay the infor- Itrslon. rne reflecting on the unreasoning stupidity I had licfore the bignory. I could in.itio:i of the canaille, in their enmity totvards gennet, however, reconcile this with my prom I To Hint region ni? be ire of silence, and therefore my tongue was tle blood. I'erhaps I was a little influenced low Hudson Iki.v- - n fur trader took hi lieu, etili I could not sit tamely by, and in these thoughts, from the fact that the n-- c Huston bride, unci on the following Ubcrti were connected hy marriage with a man murdered in cold blood, and I dethe Savelli, a daughter of Maso degli Ubc-'t- i cided, therefore, to remain in Florence Siuulny proudly led her to the having wedded that lixptist-- i di Savelli who Kr.iehow, and if possible avert the crime, In the little ih.ipol. T1iccoii(,to-V-''llli'- r although it would interfere, no doubt, with upheld by force of arms his right to attend lotion, to Ik- - sure, collided atlelly of i'-vbusiness. Hut one cannot always be the Conclave of Cardinals. It was sail to inv (! Ksklinon. but there woru a tlir.iMi.it of one s keif, lcrliapsnlso. though think that of the Ubcrti not one was left, tvW i'"i',ih' nmI AiiHTienn residents, I 3' not H'liiil-- conscious of it then, I had some and of the Savelli I alone. I will not infpS "ml iatIs.'B. ns tin- - Morv will khovr, idea 01 sgi.in meeting the unknown lady of clude the Chigi, for they come through the ! were not uiinppivclativo. female pnxt-osionand although Amficar Chigi, the I lie in whom, fiafelt I ,vva taking too in spite of my1 son of line, father's old enemy, subsequently my Ha- - bride self, I great an in ilrciteil in the volum made advances of friendship towards mc, fercst. inous fnslilun of 30 cnr nco. A pen I felt bound to explain to him that I was During the night I had but little sleep, croon droit' iinli-cc- l would hnvc Ih-crc fur the affair of the mad partisan of the the head of the bouse, despite the broad iiiiic il to outline her khirtn, nnd n ctv Medici, nnd the declaration of war, had lands his father got with his mother Oly iicttik!i little veil shaded the upper by an unjust decree of the Chamber of loused the citizens to fever heat, and all night long crowds thronged the streets, Lies. This, however, is a family affair, I struckof14m with mr d't smt ths crass handls huff of her pretty face. tns sword ctsucbsa la mr bkoa. Kntraneecl urn the I!kI(Iiiio women. their, hoaiso shouts of "l'oolo! J'opolo!" which docs not concern the narration in but with the cull to pniyer their lirndi niuglin with the incessant clanging of the hand. Having reached the garden, I sat my- These towera (oimcd refuges, during intcr-urUinar-bclwars, nnd stood many a siege from tho bent reverently in tho t'listinnnry at winch itself was loud enough to self to rest on a stone seat, set aeainit a wall Wert' they follow- wake the dead. 1 lie next Uav, however. I overhung by a large tree. At the further people. 'Hie Albizzi Palace had four such titudo of worship. to take the bull by the horns, and end of tho walk were two ladies in earnest braccia, but the twu towanU the L'ltraruo lil the enrnest words of the minister? with a view to Till my purse, determined to conversation. Their backs were to mc at quarter had been half demolished 111 some Were their petitions rising with hls7 present myself before La 1'alitsc, and offer first, but on arriving at the end of the walk, forgotten not, and never restored. I'lic oth- On the contrary, nil tho women were they turned slowly round, and came towards ers were, however, intact, although the lulu my sword. I nalhcd out, therefore, find busily eiijrni,'eil In forward to me. As they approached. I was almost ur.- - bridge between them had long ittg the streets fairly empty, the in sinco given dignation meeting of the Florentines having they were the two I had seen in the gala Pro waj It was in one of these that 1 had my the tips of their noses the nets which weaned them a little, bull, however, there cession, and my doubts were soon nt rest, abode, and reaching it about sundown, I be- lifter lone; urging, the missionaries had were knots of people here and there, all in a for, on passing, they glanced at me with idle gan to slowly ascend the stain which led to Induced them to ndopt to confine thrlr more or less excited condition. I was in no curiosity, and in a moment I recognized my chamber. Occasionally I stepped and (lo wine; hair. 1 he veil of the bride had (articular hurry, and, taking a lesson from inem uy incir air and ca it. lm this occa rested, and it was during one of these leats (U'ltiorulizcd their religious devotion. they wore no masks, and I saw they that I looked up to tho landing nbovo mc. the snail, went at a leisurely ace, and event- sion Such vvns the honesty of these Hud ually reached the headquarters of La I'alisse, were both young and passing fair. The face It was still in light, for tho setting sun Mm liny Indiana Unit never hut once of the shorter of the two, whose figure had shono through n giglio-shupcwhich were in the Mediccan palace, in the window in the did the iiiUnloiinrlea lose nnv possesVia Larga. The courtyard and entrance-hal- l a matronly cost, was set in a mass of light western wall. As I glanced up, n figure sudwere full of soldiers, and evidently hair, and looked brimful of good humor. denly appeared at the head of the stairway, filonsby theft. The week following this active prorations for the campaign were in 1 he other, who, In marked contrast to her and leaning 0110 hand on the balustrade nii'iiioriiblo Salibntli tho Americans progress, for there was a continuous stream companion, had dark hair and dark eves. peered down into the dim light below it. I could not keep 11 barrel for themselves 01" people going in and out. No one took any possessed a countenance of exceeding beauty. recognized the extraordinary dress at once, even the one devoted to nslies falling notice of me, and holding up my rap in one marred perhaps by its expression of nride. and a moment's survey of tho faro assured npnrt one night liccnu&e its hoops I1111I hand, and straightening the feather on it ue thai as it may, my blood began to tinglo mo it was my host of the hovel, he who had been purloined. When thev went, how. with the fingers of the other, I advanced un- as 1 saw her, and an indefinite thought of so strangely disappeared with the gill, when ever, tin- former possessors had nliun questioned through the crowded rooms. In what might have been rose into my mind. I fought with Ilrico at IVmgi.i. limit evidence nt the next clinpel serr this manner I proceeded until I came to a When they had gone a few yards, the on "A good day to you, friend!" I called out, Ice. gallery, on one flank of u hich there was a whom I took to be a married woman said "and well met." It Is not alone nmong primitive pen scries of windows overlooking the street; something to her friend, and glanced over "Who calls? Who is there?" ho anpie Hint the Imitative quality is prom at the end of tho gallery hung a purple cur- bcr shoulder; but the other appeared to re- swered. prove the remark, increasing as she did so tain, covering, as it happened, an oen door. miiilc his lirilllnnt After "One moment; let mo (limb up these ilient. On the curtain itself was embroidered a tho pride of her carriage. I wondered to stairs," nnd 1 made my way to the landing, sieiclies In iinrliniiK'iit It was the fash crimson shield, bearing the palle of the mi self that two ladies should be out unat and held out my hand. ion, 1 veil ns funis Paris, to lion thinkMedici, Ilefore this I was stopped by a tended, in so sequestered a spot, at a time, He took it in silence, but his grip wua ing mini to think liko F'ox; whllo tho 100, wnen tne city was so lull of excitement, young officer, who asked me my business, warm. Mnry of miiiic haughty Iiily Imogen and I replied it was with a I'alisse himself. and watched them as they turned the cor"Signore," he said, after a moment, "I do "Impossible!" he replied; "you cannot ner of the walk, nnd went out of sight d not know jour name, but whoever jou are, or of a wrcthcrof the west has ruined the trees. I began ill a useless manmany 11 joimg follower. It Is by Im ee the general." ner to speculate who they were, and to Mathcw Cortes owes jou much, ami will Itnlioii of wlint It trivial unci frilse. urof "Why not, signore?" some day show himself grateful. weave together a little romance in my heart, "Tush, man! You look old enough to unMy name, ' I said, "for tho is what U beautiful and good, thnt we vhen I was startled by a shriek, and the derstand that orders are orders." Donatl, and as for gratitude, thcie is no descend or mount 11 few slept toward d lady came run "What is it, Do Uricnnet" a sharp voice next moment the ncel to speak of it. the likeness of what wo admire. called out from within. The officer lifted ning round the corner of the road, crvinr! As he mentioned his name, I Youth's Companion. the curtain, anil went inside. I was deter- for help. It was not SO yards, and in less that there was a madman, who had mined to gain an interview with the great time than I take to write this I whipped out come into notoriety yearn ago, by asserting lint Ulint Slip Wnnlril. man, and had therefore said my business my sword, and was hurrying to the spot. I mat he had discovered too secret of "(icorge." she said, in a nervous whisinn saw, when I reached, the taller lady strug- longing was of importance. The leanness of my life to 120 years. Ho had, I heard, per, "jou mutt give me time you must ruffian, purse was my excuse for the subterfuge, gling in the arms of an written a book in which tin was fully de- give mc time." which I subsequently resetted, as will be She called out on my coming, and the man, scribed, and picst'iitcd it to the Cibo imp!-- , "How- long?" he lioat-M'lasked; "s seen further 011. Shortly after I)e llrienn loosening his hold, was about to mako olf, with the inscription, "Vidcbia dun I'etiiect day. a wick, n month, 11 year?" when, unwilling to soil my sword with the tamo out. "Well, meser meser " 1 ( animal Ilemlie loug after heard blood of a low-bor"No no, d'oorgp," nnd he quickly scoundrel. I struck nt ultra." Ins witty way, how this "Donatl," I said. tell, 111 miiio Corte "Well, Donati, the general will see you, him with my fist, and the cross handle of the presented his book tothlcosuersivcMoncs. canned the sky; "only until the moon sword clenched in my hand inflicted an ugly ending vv it fj Vou may enter." Innocent of Ccnoa. mhlinx that gets behind a cloud." Knxbiiry On-ettgash on his forehead, besides bringing him J accordingly did so, and found myself in he took taro on cuch occasion to siiUtituteJ down, I stood with the point of my sword the presence of a short, thick-se- t man, seata new title page and dedication, "lint, M111 1 lit-- llenlly Mrniil. ed at a table, on which was spread a map, over him, and the affrighted women behind tho cardinal was wont to add, "it is against "I van hardly believe Hie statement over which he was looking intently. In n mc. the canon for our lord tho pope to go in "Hold, signore!" he cried, "enough I I any matter, even In life, bejoud the Holy "f that fellow who Mild out! trolley cm ropier of the room lay his helmet and sword, end he himself was in half-maiwearing a yield what I Would you draw on a friend ?" Apostle, and, therefore, no doubt, the cfiiltl not hold nil the women ha lint "A friend?" I said in astonishment, as lie woithy doctor's prescriptions weio not fol- niHrrleil." Milartsc corselet, on which was emblazoned the red dragon of his house. As his head slowly rose to hit feet. lowed. Such are tho sacrifice tho church "I tin. There might be room foi " Yes, Signor di Savelli, were you on Monte baa wn bent over tho paper, I could not at first to make." them, hut I don't think It could ho!d iiake out his features, and remained stand- San Michele now, you would ting a different long have you been here?" I asked. "How them when they got Marled lodlscmv ing patiently, (suddenly ho lifted his face, tune." "Some days." l:.g tho situation." Cincinnati LV ind looked at me with a quick "Well your "1'iero Lulgi. then it it you." I said: "And wo have never met!" riilrcr. business, sir!" ."well, scoundrel, I am not on Monto San "Ah! 'I ho place is like n rabbit-warren- . 1 was accustomed to strange sights, but Michele, but you are here, and will shortly There are hundreds here. Hut it is odd that Ill 11 Hint Wn. 'at the moment was startled, so horribly dis- be before Messer the Uonfaloniere, unless I have never seen you." Tho Irish foreman win very much figured was the man. The sight of one eye jou restore at once what you have doubtless 1 "Not so very odd w hen ronio to think of robbed from these ladies and beg their parrck completely gone, and half his face it," and I looked downnt my shabby attire. agitated, lie rushed over to the ma chinist too cmjIU'cI to folic. ooked us if a red-ho- t gridiron had been don. Stopl if you attempt to move, I will "It is generally late when 1 go out." What's tho mutter?" uslccd the ms fretted against It. The other eye w at Intact, tpit you like a lark," He held out one leg, clothtsl in its fantastic ind twinkled ferociously under Its busby chlnl.t. "I have taken nothing." ha said. "11 mi dress. Come quick to the motor!" cried the "I, too, am on the rocks," uud he laughed inr eyebrow. I recovered mj self quickly; 'go; I am punished enough." ind r:ado my request In as few words at pot-ilbl"that it true, sir," said one of the ladies, bitterly, "and feed with the uoau." foremmi. "It's rnplilly stopplngl" He bocauio enraged as I finished. sve pray you let the man go." Wishing to change the subject, I inquired Phllailolplilu North American. "and IUV" he said, "1 thought your business "Not till he bat begged your pardon," I about the gill. Ho IumhkI nw.iv in the win. sras if Importance. I can do nothing for replied. dow, and when ho looked Uiik the nun's I There art only lUS.COJ horus ta I you, u list it full. Vou have gained admit- Lulgi did at be wat bid, and humbly tpolo- - eyes vvcie full of tears. BwlUcrluotL THIS BEAUTIFUL EARTH. J n OonU rislnl I AitinlrrH, " Hon. William Worthitm, lono; stale treasurer of Tens, was in a New Wk Jewelry store one day when he noticed a thnvrcVe Evtrvthlno, when vou comt to mtdl- filled Willi pirndid Jeweled rtlolvris, vnlh dr.ts. clsArsJPtHlUbvjinvothrrnAme iJvrr and gold grips and chsid barrels, havcjii never eiml Hood's, teCAuse of the ing prrrimis stems set into the butts. tee one of those guns," he said recutUr comblnAtlon, prtvortlon And to the elrik. process ly tuhkh Hood's possesses merit "Which one, sir?" pecvllsr to Itself, And fry ivhlch it cures The gold one with (he Ug ruby In the tuhen All otKtr medicines fAil. Cures handle." serofuU, xtlt rheum, dvspepslA,CAtATrh, Tht clerk took it from Ihe It wat rheumatism, thst tired feeling, etc. tnsrkrd $.', and it looked even worth more. The Texan took it tenderly in lmlh hands and held it sduiirinaly up to the light. Then drawing himself up lo Ins fu height, which was six fret and a half, he Lffi'l ITIIifl Pi pii rested the revolver upon Ins left rltiow, MSSSSVM I crooked for the purpose, and looked over sights down the long slme Thuse per ftISIIICSCllifttlllWlSllfSnlCSHMSSS.WSHSS)SV the sons who saw invniuntarilv chsltrd "Say," Mid Mr W.irthain, with quid but interne enthusiasm, as he returned the weaisin, "if I was to wear that gun down In my slate the wopIe would Ih falling down on their knees Ivming to be killed with itl" "Tly wife had plmpls en tisr fare, but Chicago Kv cuing News. she has tmnn uklnr CAHOAItETS sad Ihsy hste all tllisppetrm. 1 had txen Iroublsd with ronsllpstion for sums time, hut stisr Thr Philippine M'nr. 1 have had no trouble This contest is proving much more stub- withIhn first t'sscsret rsnnnt speak leo hlh-I- t this sltment. Wo born t'nn we had anticipated It nerdv a Knsu WiSlMAK. uf a'carels " bTvx (laimsotown Ave., rhlladslBattv, ra. vigorous contest to strsiahtrn matins out. We shriild tarkle the Philippines ami overcome thrm as Ibistrttrr's Morose h Hitters CANDY does d)'sprMM, indigestion, malaria, fever ind ague, and The r ami kidnev ilin-ibattle is short and decisive. simI for lift v vrsrs the Hitlers have atwavs won. If "U are 111, and don't know what's wrong, try 11 Where What's in a Name?" Leu-Hi- e re. i I focdS SaUafmiffg II J PIMPLES tsk-In- n liv-- f c lie Hirco Tellers, "Can vou tell me, askeil the summtr man. "What are the three murkest modts of comMunicst!"!!'" I'lssttnl, I'slsisbls. Tsitt flood, rss Uiul, Ncir. sicken, VTrsitB. or (tun. 10c. tM.kO. "Well, 110," npliri! Ihe summer girl "Ha! lta Tr' phone, telegraph nrd ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... tellwoman." and now he wonders why she ISSsff lfsslrl, S I fit returned his ring in the middle of the set- - lrll S.S layr. Call. 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BUCKINGHAM'S DYE (Wi,2te IV snl your imiii.tsc-hbrown tr rrh Dark , . , . brtl ftmllln ol America, and hit done more to educate women In true love of grxsj literature than any other mjcaiinr. The rprcitl oiler ol thcte two crral pictures and Three Montht' tubscrlptlon lo Drmorrtt't lor 25c It made lor 60 days only. Trite at oner. rr v-- U lyonFtihtoot. For forty yrart It bit been read la th American the preit 't autboH-- I Demoreita Magazine, Ml cr h'jr.l Tlisn us 4 LsAuUtul Art Drpartmrnt. 110 Filth Avenue, New York. ftlanlhiriMtlf K4tfli frr. $75 fnurtf. Ut.a lrfclhl, inlninn rtlltvJin.i. Mlt rMMssjt s.t r . k.ln ., s. m Sore dnilu Hands I Red Rough Hands Itcliing Burning Palms and Painful Finger Ends. One Night Treatment Soak the hands on retiring, in a strong, hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. 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Thus It coinlluoa in OKI! HOAI' at ON 12 I'itlCK imiotly, TWENTY-IflV- B CENTS tho best skin aud couiploxlou toap and tho beat toilet and baby soap in tho world, Pure and Sweet Humors Hot baths with CUTICUK s 8i). I' lo rleau.o the ikiu; gentl CUTICUItA OITTMBXT to I...I Ibo tklD. ....I mllct dose, of t linc'Ult.V IlKSolvENT to cool tA UchmI. )httlirouhout the world. I'rlre.TIIK SKT. II.M: tV.: toe. ItKSOI.VKVr rhalf .).), 400. I'Orrhll I.IIUU VllKM. COIU. 8U IK.U1 v. fjeuct fur ' II jw to I'rc.etvt the lltuds, IUU, tad Spoody euro Trontmon for Itohlng, BurnlnR, Soaly BUiCdirV, lS 3 THE CITIZEN. T. EZRA OOliS TO JERUSALEM. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FREE. a. l'ASCO, IMItor and Uanarcr. Inlrrnnltnnnl NiUUItU fielinnl I.enanB for lletiiltrr sa, IHIIII-'I- rl, Hum -' .liiniln- llKltKA, KKNTUCKY ltrlitor Vrr.ra, .t. A BRUSH WITH SAVAGF.S. (Pptclotly A rranKul f rum IVIoubt f Not--s. tlOf.DKN TKXT-- Th hnn.l - iix)n an mem foriroo.1 tlmt of niirtloil ek lllm -n. Kirn It HA I) in . 1 lain, nittriirtt 'nrirtTnrk rimla ilrl I'licuo, n Strlt I ar In Tlcrrn fur TIMI.-i:- m Chn.trraTnniHi ( ll-- C. tM, ami ami It j -- r for liiillnn. At u recent meetlugof the Authropn. Mieicty in Wiihliliik'ton, the luiinu luk'lcnl "Aiuerluil" wim propond at a Milihtl-lut- e for the wirlous icrniH now em ployed to denote tin luiliuuH, or red men, of America. The new inline in from the Icuiling hyllahles of the plinihc "Aiuertcaii luilhin," ami the working rlliiioloRUtmif the widely, Ird hy Al.iJ I'liwell, weie praeltcally In ipprmlnn the word linanlintiii Amerind, mid ieciiminiiidlii,' Its tidop. I Ion. The iiiljecthes derlied from thn new nnme wmihl he ".tinerlmlle" ami "Aiiirrliidlo.il."-Youlir Coinmuluii. .New Cnpt. .Ttislittti Sliiciiiii, In his snlltnry ltfl.KIIM.-ArtaeriiI., rallnl Ixinul- MiMicr nrmiiicl IIip vwirltl in I lie Muni niii nun, me i.nnrnnn.ieii, King Kpnii, fiiimil n nr nml excltliii; use fur einnlrr. aoii or Nrrxen. Kira, or I'tr-ln- n Ilie ncrllie, rnrpet tuck. Ilr thtih ili st'rllirh nil en Ruveriinr of Jmlea. IvXII.ANATOItV. with the luilhm of Tlrrru del milliter I. The firnenil Comlitinn of the .Tenariii'Ko: nt JeniMlem whm llra left llahylou "Cnnrea ninniiiil liv miiij!' from on Ida niln-loSc eiity-rlj;J earn had I ortri ic nou runic in iniMilt. The p(ucd alnee the llrt ennitnu of tJic a wlntl fulling HkIiI, llir uiilnril on inr had returned to Hip home land, rtttItUtill coiiiIiik within IihII. ilir at rune;. Toe If tuple hml Ixcn htillt, tiiisril iiltllini;, mill ii but the opposition hnd been ao ftrent 1(1 MIWIIM1 I. tool I nil HOll I'lllllll lilt' that the wnll been ' Vnmmi'inliotiinr! 3 miiiiuc rschutiiicr!' and the ruhhlnhhud not urone rcatorcd Mill in I mid Mtildi Is their lircpliiK term. iiioiimla. The tlalon of I una mil fur '.No! Nmi, ltttlni llirm (lory nml k'rrntncm hnd faded fciiiiH I hiil I mik hIiiik', mill mi I Mrimr nwny. I.nxlty, lnornnec nnd IndliTcr-enc- a Into I lie riililn, mill. msMii tlirniif;lt followrd. The aplrltmil life lln Iiolil, clinic out lit llic the Idenla faded, the Snhbnth i IiiiiikIiiH ni riot lux ns I unit lilting, wn drrecrntrd. Kr.ra nseded three Hint iniiilr tun men. Then tin- - pine of thlngji--"ine- ti, money nml authority." Mhlrh I hit. I fiiuiil off nt The klnjf j;ne the latter two, nnd perItilrlim mill uhlrh I Imil still nn mitted the men to loluntrcr. Ilia deliuiiril, I iirrmiKiil fnrwHnl on tlir look cree l k'I'cn In V.trn 7:11-2(lint, illrssnl nt ii sriinmti. iitliii'lilnir II. The .lourney to .Urusnlnn. V. in- - liy Mhlrh I I'onlil pull It Into mo Sl-The atnrtlni; xjnt wna (v. SI) linn, Tnnt incntr tlirir of us, mill n "nt the titer Ahntn." The place la unillil not Mont In ' niiiinrrsc homier;' lull known, but It wna probably one of the for nil that I In- hiuiih runic on fnatci canala near ll.ili)loii, dotting into the tliHii lirfori'. I mih Hint. Iioiili four nt i:uphr.itr. The nanemhlt eonalatcil of tlx tunlilli In llir riiiiix' hi'iirrst to inr ulxiut 1,700 piTMin-- , Ineludlii); heada of there vkerr others in the I.., t loin, nnil fnmillra nnil tiielr rrtainera (lrn6:I-II)- , tlmt they were shifting liu'itls. ttftrii prlcata, l.etltea, ami S30 Nethcnlm. M) ni(U I Urn! n liol nrnisa tin- lion or the atrtnuta who iimUtcd in Hie of tlir licurcM inline, nt ttl.lih t lit- nil work about the temple, no that the l.e , tiipH-illint tints, for ii limnirtit. tltea enulil nume the higher poiitluu llnit tlii prrslsti-t- l iii coining nmr ni ri'llliiim inatruetnr of the people. J tun shut Mtcltisr to the rr. I II r i ll thr I i lie t nt. n proclaimed Imp nlm umhImI to 'x.iiiiiim rirlioom r faat." I'iikIIh. aaa rrllrUiun act, would THE PUBLIC t lift I lie t'liHIigrtl Mr lilinil ipiliklv kecm to hate Hit hania in (I) a grief otrr IHUipli nml lielhturil vtlth frnr: 'lliirno tin hi drrp nml liitrnic that nil ilralre Sofarthtnir for MmrL In All Llaea of lliiilnrsa li 1'rry ju till Nil!.' nnil sHUlltf tltmn In Ills. for fooil Ik taken nwny. (2) In the aid ( nin. bt a Ixxlv unbur in hoc, dr rnlilx-i- In ttitrlxmril ihI to dctollon fiirui-hr- il html for nine time. I wna thliihiiif; of dened with fixxl, m na to leave the mind "You must renumber," said the man Knoil H"'t rHptnln'a inhlri- - when I and heart In thrir moM netlte and free who alliums with great volubility and pnltril tlir trigger, ami I must lime condition. (3) It la the natural exprra-lo- n self apmutj., "liiat tie intc a duty to the ntimil prrll tritlplit; dimeter, n miss of deep Mirrotv for ln. It i ixil.lt. . ' in the public!" inquired Mr. "Who vtita as. ihhI ns n iniltr for Mr. MllnrK not enough for the heart to feel deeply; abruptly. J'lilro.'imhr It h.hiiiI no other, n Inul It nceiU to rprca Ita feeling", though "vh rr the m.isrcs, you know; the in setcrnl IiIihmIs. iii.ttkiiirrs. Ill' ikih the proof that the faming Ik aineercllra general ixipulaip." if "No," mhI .Mr. III kins, with cmph.nM, illrrctril tlir course of for t Iii; In foraklng the in leiientrd of nnd "you cut the wrong idea. The public n Ulniiil, nnil tlir ttthrrr fnlluuiil him. I doing dfdU of rightroiiMiaa. luiiH'thini; to he rurl in; to he Housed; to lie object Vlii'M liy SMlllUll illll Mill lit 111 )i (1) "that ttc might Ik' walked titer. To the MiiMr tni-- l the pub-liaflllct ourarltra In I n I lime full I Mil nl Hint In- - with tin- our (ii.il." It h a great conirreatin uf confer! int ry liu-- t thr pub n n unmet), n rt'iu'ieni.V. iimnprrl. ami lie wai mi evprrlon of reprntane for ronMiinrre. To the of I'd a uirnagt , ln, of mating out all olxitnolea from Ihe NXiiiiiA3 nc i rariiitoniiin liinlfI !t a collection orl tnnrilerrr in I Icrrn iii I hu huvn mihience at elrcliuii: t' t1 ' The nuthtirltiis. hml Item in mn li of wrong mntitra or illaobrdirnt heart manager, him for Inn triirs. Tlir nre which would render it luiKialble for atnral hoi ntHcr a croud of nil! i ih . t ; eager to get if tli' n ISod to give them auereaa in their Jour t nielli. Miirrli lint In tl.pftiift car rcuiihirlor, a lot of ney. It meant aiilimUalnn, conaeera- - it hn ought lo lie niaile to Mrp livelyiiiniiiru ." at unchor In n miiik nt tlir Turn "Von think inuntiil tlinuki. Ilrre tion and repentance. (I) "To aerk ol dlaloun(l,' the nubhe cetn iiiiixwed noon rtrrj lunrl-lxn- l I piimlrrnl on the riililn of tin- - Ian I friv Ilini n right way:" I lie fasting was nc- - "Yr. It doeni't dencrve any nnd ihixi--. nuil, lnui.'i'l, i iioiikIi, Invtrml ol cotupflniril by prayrr (t. 23) nnd wna ret ri lui t ion i altt.i 'Hie man waiting. ummI "n the of Intenalfylng roll who ,inpir on the public in one f rItit from llllii(; or hlnp, into outfit in muie iIihtii, nott Im.hi to fivl jHilril mid glniia fertor in prayer through there Ilapses elee k and iithe general on king iiuHetl in In- - turn. worn; lint n hot mrnl of m iiImiii utrn ktrnlnt laid upon phyaleat appetite." all the tray hrartlrss huinr It oou put inr rlphl. n Hint coiilil rrt. l'rof. D.itldmm. It wna alao the lint' through. One great .ind elalnir.ite triune drimflni'Mi liiiiii- on I flrt prlnKli'il lira I nirmiK ol elnrirylng tiielr own of inuHMhiiin. What people ot.ght ti do is to hold primaries in all prt of th- tlir drrk Willi tlir Inrht, Hint m old mlndi ao that they enulil rreelte and world and m'IhI ileleiiitcs to The i n I'.ml to iul Siiinlilirli hint L'hi n inr. nnil thru rrengnle the tttxlom (iod would bc- - re if they can't discuss annirtnii like n frli ilisarutainrnt kdietnr bv tthirlt tlir ixon!e atott upon them. I hut until frtv turtiril In. to it earth ran he to . r.. nl thrill iIimmI 'lniiiiin rnil' up: fill lor I ttna aahained to re- - of thison one another.' WatliiiiKton ipi't Star. i illrc of the king," etc. There were hrn thr Sprn IWkud ThlrirK- - lm 1orniiin IihiI pul out nnil folli ml in more dangrra on that four montha'II. Tlir I'lner fur lirr unite, nml thrrr n no iliruiflng ourney, iMirtlrulnrly from "the rob"Well, gentlemen," rrma'rked the prel-en- t bera and llrdoiilns of the draert, who of the club, "motions arc in order. It Hie fnrt nli Iiuir;rr Hint I Uu uloiir. tnlghtenally tnlllet damage iimjii a large has b n iiimted that tte have a banquet. "Now, ll h rll known Hint olir What shall be done?" utrp on n lin k wllhmit miliif; foiur-- caravan by robbing atrngglera and har- "Mr l'lranlcnt," spoke ralng Uie line of march. - Dathuoii was kcMoni heard from, "I up thettman who t Iii tip nliout It. v jftMiil ( lnUHnn move c dispose prrtl Kor they had a Inrge amount of treHMire of it hy laying it nn the table." will wliitlr hrn hr trp on thr Voin The motion was carried. 1'hiladclphia with I hem. K.ra hnd told the king that liu ri i.il rnil' of ii rnrpi t tnrk: it nniij;r North Aiuenrau. will how I nnd i In u Ihriilr.nnd Hint win lod tvaa with liU people, and iignlnat enrmlra; and. therefore, to ask Jin.) uluit hnpprnnl Ihiit nlfht iilunit II their n I'rl Nome. itl ti I ns? a guard of aoldlcra might aeeiu to the o I'lui'k, wlilli- - I WHsiiHlrrp in the (iililn When you kc a man over nx feet tall, who Ida nairrtlmiM, and weighs about '."JO, and Is is shoes arc so lug where thr miner thought the 'Imil king to contradict he has to get them made, you can he pretty inr,' kloopniiil nil. The. ehmigril tlu'lr bring dikgrncr on (it d'nrnune. V. 23. "And He ttn.t entrcattd of iu:" sure that some one call him "Artie" or "Sitcctums" or something. N. Y'. l'rcss. inlnil. howrirr. when they Ktrppril on zrn had the ntaurnnce that bin pTnycr ilrek, for then thr.v thought thnl I or had been heard. otiii'lMMl The fint umbrella appeared in 1777. The ele lind them. I Imil minrril The Trramrj. V. 21. "I n pa rated lst one ditappea-r- d about 40 minutes after of n iloj;: lhe. howiril like a pin k of :," etc. He comiiiitted the trenaure tr( Lought it. liliott's Magaint hnuniU, I hml linnll.v tin for n Kiin, Into the handk of 22 pcraona, 12 chief The.v juinpnl mine Into Iheli rnnnr nml Mime Into the den, to emil priest and ten I.ctltes, of tthuiu the THE MARKETS. o(T, I kiippoKe, nml there win. u ilrnl of tint two are named. These men would ClM I.VVtTI. Oo and be reaponalblc free IniieiiHk'e oter It thet went. 1 take apcclnl charge of treasure, i.iviTonc -- I'alllC.COlliH i hi t 4 Vt it u for the safekeeping eel ml thr riirnl n mluli-o- f n irnil k'Uli" llckhles, It would relieve the of all poa- - (AI. e K" tin., he ptxsl i Pair 10 llra lum 10 IV A .) when I ennie on ilrek, to Irt ihrui kumv ;. nisiMix i;ir- .ii.ii iwuty .... 4;bii t. ii in U iwt'ke, tl.iit I wni. nt houir, nml then I tiirmil aiblc seandnl in regard to It. ?J t. irlil tt lttlier V. 21. "And "weighed unto them the I Ii s In iik'nln, Mire Hint I lioiild not MIIII l Ciu..3 o.t 4 i.1 he ilUturhril nn.v more ity peoplr who allter," etc.. We may gather from this I.AMII -- .pr.liir and gold were Iu bara 1'l.c II II Ili.t r ' lei t 3M .i 3 : that the left In mi i cut n hurr.t.- - Century. I. K.M.N tt ti ViJrtHl lugotk, and nut in coined money. .Ni, J ml . t I OKN jiuitost The I'crsiniiH had coiiud money nt thin "l. I lit- Ni 1 lit. llnrlinrUiii In ('nlm. time, but the treasury kept the bulk of ty n tt tt Among the oltiii'le In 1'r in ' iu rliuke in i; .i lta store In bars (Herod., 111.. IT.. lul-pi- t HA I wrU l'UOM inent In Culia leernt oliererh count nv Com. The weighing Implied accu1, r.- 'ni line of the linn-- Important the power i- trate accounting, sueh ax always should u.s.ir I',ft ' ". Cm ut tttMittrjr which felMi prici-- l nml witch ductora Ih: sreured for public inuury. AI'l'I.Ks I'litrt.e lo (aucir 17. .i. I : Mill rercle out the nntlii-k- . In the II) ks I iJ V, 2U. "Six Ii mid ml nml llfty tulciitb roi'A.UKsj Pa ItiL inoiiiitiilim of I'innr ili l liio the of sllter:" A talent of kilter was nluiut iiuwao. lililik of what wiik once Hie chief tem- Sl.MH). "Of gold a huudrid talents:" ri.Oflt Wmtci i a cni 1 it ..3 .1 ItAI.N- - WUrm-N- ii ple of the fctifih faith on the iklmnl. liold Is usually tturth nlwut 10 times ns T.'Hte Sretl.... i', No i I h.lrut.ti Mirttuf iv , In tl It ii!irilcil by minncleut prlt-M31 . much as sllter. The whole treasure was COIIN-N'- ti. li.'l'--Ns whoki- wmiU arc Mippllcil iv the pro-pi- e i I'l orth $1,000,(100 or $3,000,000. 1)1 riitiK Mim n81 liilug in the tlclnlty. nml who Is V. 27. "Dritms:" Oarlex, worth about I.Alli i. tm 2l l . 4t looked upon with peculiar rueratlon uu KnglUli sjrerelgn, or lite dnllam. NliW VOUIC. hy all the nalltcK. lie In ri'k'aiileil iu 3 CO B 3 SI nur utMt V. SS. "A freewill offering imUi the I'l.OL'it-No. ire. I n witch doctor, nml liU nihli c in taken Lord Hod:" The money wan for rc- - IWllliAl' oltN-.- N Sitt.itMt s l', In all iniillcrii of importance. In an llgloua purpoxrs, ami would be it great 11Y t r.i', vy (.(. effort to ilcntroy the iullurnce of the help to the people nt Jerusalem us well HAT! Mtawl itw V 10 riii.lv Ni'ii lMi frtlkh prlenlt, the SpauliiriU ili klro.Mil is smooth the way of Kxru to the need- - I.AItu VWwloru lis a :u It hud only the effect the temple, hut IIAl.TIMdltlL I reforms. I'l.OL'lt I'jiiiIIv ft 3 70 of lunkliiK the fetUh workhlpert prnc-tlc- e I'. 31. "Departed.. . tiCAI.N Wktut- - Nu. Sruil. ... The .lourney u. ii', the rltib of their faith In M'eret. on I lie twelfth day of the llrst month:" im s MHilUvru :i i Muetl All ocrllli'e itlnnd. II IkmiIiI, the witch Nisau, about the time of the I'.issour, tl.us Nn. ttiiitft M U1,.S doetum now hnhl cteii more tlinn their or our Kastcr, In .March or April. "The tot Uf. - Nu 2 Htticru I t W i' 1 si old power. The prleM'n tratel from hand of our (lod:" Ills potter; Ills CA'Ift.i: I'll.tuiulily S ii hi, i 5 IIOU. t tM'H point to point In the ilUnUc of for- care. INDIANAPOLIS. tune tellers nml piilinUu. -- ('Iilcuuo V. 32, "And we came toJcrusolei.it" -- Na UItAIN-Vhc- .,t r.it .. ft I oru Nik Tilliunc. IIIIIII I kS On the llrst day uf the fifth month (7: On - Na iiilswl In eH n, -cold-ttnt60,-00- 0 1 iHiu-lrgaud-den fnlc-M'litt- nnn rarnvmi or rfturn, undfr .rrubhal!, afitr the deliverance through IUthfr l'l.ACIl. Ikilivtonla unit J.rm,.lm mir, juiy. Ifft llnliylon In Marrh. II. reachpiUrruimlrui four month wan J jiiri aftrr Ihe lHirlt .rs. 1 . - fc .l - See-111- ? One of the flrnniltit OITera liver Matt. The flrt five persona procuring the M. Smyth Co., Chicago, whose 1'iulk'na Chain Hturch Hook from their advertisements are appearing in this pagrocer will cneh obtain one large 10c per, la a marked illustration, in point, A tremendous business piickiigoof"itcdCrnH"atarch,oiie large this firm strictly cm has been built up by lis merita. I0! package of "lll lll.(ii:K'S IIKST" properly described and offered atflood goods a very ilarch, two Kluikcapenrp plctiircii, price, the unlimited capital of the firm low enprinted In t write beautiful rolora, oh abling it to buy nn extremely advantageoua terms. See the striking advertisement elsena life, or one Twentieth Cennatural where write the John M. tury (ilrl Cnlcndnr, the finest of lta kind Smyth in this issue and West Madison St., Co., 0 to 100 ( hirago, for ita mammoth catalogue. Krery evrrprlnteil.allnbaolutely free. All others procuring the Kndleaa Chain Starch family should have it. Hook will obtain from their grocer two Motto of lite Siamese Nation. large 10c packages of starch for 5e, nnd Have Ihe motion' Ike the beautiful premiums, which nre be- ment of von heardAnd having heard Siam? it, have ing glteti away. This offer Is only made you repeated it? And having repeated it, for n short time to further Introduce have you caught ita purely personal appli- the famous "Iti:t CltOSS" stnrcli, and iniiuiii onmm Having raugnt ll, nave you It your motto: the celebrated "Hl'IHNOKIl'S HKST" tried Wi la Na friendaf This is the unintel"All Siam." It sounds starch. "JIKI) CltOSS" laun- ligible nonsense, but keen saying it over as dry starch is something entirely new, long as you can and as fast as you can and ou and Is without doubt the greatest Inven- patoiswin uiscuvrr at last inai me eastern hat a wrstern sense that aptly class!-h'etion of the Twentieth Century. Ithns many a remnreful subject of I'ncIcSatn. no equal, nnd surpasses all others. It Kor "Ah Ws Ts Nas Siam is easily evolved has won for Itself praise from all parts into "Ah, what an ast I am." Chicago of the United States. It has super- Chronicle. seded everything heretofore lined, or llmue Seekers Hirurslona via Dior known to Four lloule." In the laundry art. To the North, West, Northwest, SouthIt Is made from wheat, rice and corn. west, South and Southeast. Selling dates: nnd Is chemlcnlly prepared upon scien Augut 13th, September 5th and pith; and tific principles, liy ,T. C. Htiblngcr. nn on October .Til and 17th. 1S90, at one fare, expert In the laundry profession, who plus JJ.00 to authorized points in the foluna tiaii 25 years or prnctleal experience lowing states: Alabama, Arizona, ArkanIn fancy laundering, nnd who Is the sas, itntish Columbia, Colorado, Florida, (eorcia. Iowa. Indian Territory. IH.ihn. first successful nnd original Intrntor Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, f nil fine grades of starch In the United Oliiuienta, Missisipiii, Missouri. Montana. States. If you would hnve the best, ask .Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Oklafor "lti:i CIIOSS" and "HUHINOK!!S Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Tcxat, homa, South Carolina, South Dakota, IIKST," which are the finest stnrches Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wjoming, on the market The jobbing it aslungton. Kor full Information and nar. hotmcs all hnndle It, the retail croccr tirulars as to rates, routes, tickets, limits, eic., can has it on his sheltes. you find It In all riufiutrr iriviirgcs, or address on Agenil "Ihg lour Houle," the underthe homes, while the careful house signed. W. I'. Depne, A. O. I. & T. Agt., wife has iidornrd the walls of the home Warren J. I.vnch. (Jen. Pass. Il TVt. Aat CiiKinnati, O. with the beautiful Shnkrapcnrc which are being given atvnv In "Of all the delegates that I met at that Introducing "l!i:i) CltOSS" nnd "IttT- - Christian Kmleavor convention," said Dr. Hill, "I liked him the best who. on being MNUmi'S IIKST" starch. akrd what hit business tvaa, said: 'I am a a r-pie-tore- s, TJila It In but it is a the .Inhu ffctnest Mlhncta tVIn, a fact that sometimes It these diys of hurry and scramble, fart none the less. The succtss of orer-looke- d SAFE COUNSEL WOMEN ing-dow- FOR SICK "Success. The lie. I I'ri'M-riiitln- anil Cover Is n hottv l fun i.Tttxir. Its at.iHle'cks torn Ni- r( Cnorr.'s Tssn irss .nviyironiinilnuluiiieii "n uimy I'rii ciOV for Chills woman siHTering; from any female, trouble can bo by Mrs. Pinkham. This statement in based on sound reasoning and on unrivalled record. Multitudes of America's women y bless Mrs. Pinlchatn for competent and common-sens- e advice. Write to her if you are ill. Her address is Lynn, Mass. 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Have taken four bottles and used one package of Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman. I thank you so much for what your medi-- 1 cine has done for me. Mrs. M. Baumann, 771 W. 21st St., Chicago, 111., writes: "After twe months' trial of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I can not say enough in praise for it. I was a very sick woman with womb trouble when I began its use, but now I am well." 23o. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS. EVERY to-da- How long have you A man learns of so many honest men going wrong that he is constantly surprised that he doesn't go out behind the barn and try to hold himself up. Atchison Globe. sufftred with RHEUMATISM ? Illy-Lin- Ta ('nre n Toll In Cine llajr Take I.axativo Ilromo Qulnino Tablets. All drunfiats refund raon.iy If It falls to euro. 23c. v. hiac-aniM- - 1 e e lrf The world seems a narrow place when we (o avoid our enemies, but wide and tasj n it when we part from thc-- t we Jove. ih N. Y'. Iiidrcndi-ot- . I'm-jfo- - I'ih-hii- ' "I hear you have just got married; late In offer congratulations" He nn. tcs; i was niarncil three wceksao." i it ixis. Uneasy lies the head that wears a bonnet in which a large sired political bee is ctv uniiaiiy nuzzing. tmcago jJaiiy .ewa. She s it (oo I believe I'lao'a Cure for ConsumpUro saved my boy's life last summer Mrs. Allle Uouglass, lA'Koy, .Mnli., Oct. 20, '01. How Long Ha t c You Read About "5 Drops" Without Taking Tknn Do you not think you bare wasted precious time and suffered enough? 1) so, then try the 5 Drops" and be promptly and permanently cured ci your afflictions. "5 Drops" Is a speedy and Sure Cure for Rheumatlsns, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago (lame back). Kidney Diseases, Asthma. Hay Fever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of alt kinds. Bronchitis, La Orlppa, Headache (nervous or neuralgic). Heart Weakness, Dropsy, Taracht, Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervousness, 5leeplessuess, Creeping Numbness, Malaria, and kindred diseases. "5 Drops" l as cared dike--. vs. thsn more people daring" the past four years, of theahove-nsme- d iTRADC MARK.) all other remedies known, and in case of Rheumatism is curiae aiore than all the doctors, patent medicines,electric belts and batteriescombined, forthey cannot cure Chronic Rheumatism. Therefore waste no more valuable tlma and money, but try 5 Drops" and be promptly CURED. " Drops" is not only the best medicine, but it is the cheapest, for n J1.00 luttle contains 300 doses. Trice per bottle, t.00, prepaid by malt or express, or 6 bottles for $100. For the nest 30 days we wilt send a 2Se sample FREB to anyone senrjng 10 cents to pay lot the mailing. Agents wanted. Write E. LAKE ST.- - CHICAOO. SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 100-16- 4 rilil mi-an- a li rert - 1 He (after the fourteenth round) "How I lute to dance!" She "Then 1 should think you tl learn. town topics. rJOHfVM SMYTH CO m o'th rfA a mm fJf Tsoto IIh-jv- 1 1 -- PUTNAM FADELESS I1YES n stain the hands or spot the kettle. Sold by ao uiul?!!' Some people are mighty "independent" i incir wats who nrve no reason lo ue. Atcn- iKin titolie. I (MAIL'ORDERrJ) Myl))1 WfL rA0XUr$) vv m o u jc gr wfiy NchicagsoJt HOW CAN THEY BE SOLD AT THE PRICE? 431- - SO only for a solid oik, 5 octave It stop Orpm, in tone: and tmcqttaied looks at anyin thing like this price. We do this because our policy fa a Urge volume of an organ possessing all ImproTct- the latest menU. Thacasois mads of solid oak. M sawed and 2ctffantlr fin ished I It la T7 iocl.es high, C inches wide and V3 Inches deeps tho bnaatlful canopy top Is handsomely carved and is fitted with French bereled plsta mirror. Tho action coBtaina the vary latest Improvements and is also fitted with ths antomstlo valrcs which prevents any poos ibis ol tha bellows. Tho tons is avarythinf that can bo deal red, being rich, fall and sweet and equal to that In many higher priced organs. Has firs octaves with a grand total of 122 reeds, three seta of octaves and two seta of two octarea each. diapason, dulei-an- a, Boa 11 stops principal melodla, celesta, eramona. basa courier, trebles Herts is iesv i 4 A -- Iliill' Catnrrli Care It taken Internally. Trice 75c. When y ou hate a man, either fight him or say iioiiuni;. aicmsou liiolie. Some people run as easily aa the color in ri-- uuaiiiig. .iicnon uioue. pell-mel- fA; 11 fn-llii- - iii. .tic mxreln of profit, andtecatse we desire to become bettc--r icqtulnterJ KuJ?'"v s22 hi your ntigb- swell. Wa sruarante absolute. nu V I . nuMituwi ar hiuiic bortood. refunded. Wo also allow you tbo retorolng It at rrivilege of 30 days of receiptany it yoa are not perfectly satisfied. We also Include with each orjun an els- fa ar stool and a valuable Instruction book. Allorders are promptly and I carefully filled. This U certainly a bargain at ourwonderlully lowprlca i lUU Wo will sand to anv addrats nnon recelot of 80.00 as at roaranUs or rood faith, bat wa advise cash with order, whereby you save extra, charges, while wo goiarsvntoe to refund your money If yoa are not perfectly satisfied. which It listed at lowest wholesale Dries 9 to cat wear and use. is furnish. on receipt of only 109 to partly pay -fl nil 11. r i . 'wntni j iijk' i 11 - il posiaco or sixpressaee ana as evioencf of tjoocl faith the IOTls allowed on first purchase amounting to 199 or above. II M'lf-oteri- i' Iii.VS-.Mc- iu. nrm ic. Acts genti.v on 1 1 - I it K Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System aEAN5ES ex the wwwOOswwwwwlK $3 & $3.50 SHOES Worts ALL LEATHERS. OUR MONTHLY enOCCHY PBICt UST fatCIII L. DOUCLAS Indorsed by over 1,U00,000 wearers. union ts tl compared ith t other mskst. 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Lsrsesttnskeri fi-rt- ,TSB.C,Ii: our trie GtNvtNi res sau etsii ssuuTt EFFECTS. mamtd oy sa (auivrniaITc.Syrvp rtu eis swnt OP THIS l'APEB TO HUV ANTTUIKU ADVKKT1SKU IN ITU COLUMNS 8HOULI) INSIST UPON IIAVINO WHAT Tllisr ASK IVll, 1IKKU8LNO AI.I. BU11STITUTKH Oil IMITATIONS. UEADEllS P I'ertaaaenllr lnr4. Nooiaorosrv- S S S k3 nutnauifut Srkt da int. of llr. STUba'. trial bottle and Ureal Nerve llesiortr. irve. .Nnine 0) July. I'ltACTlCAU The, world progresses In morula mid UltMN ( iTI! V.I.... tellglun through hard work, perslstvut (if ,1 X. POI.U-- M t courage, untiring real, complete consei. Aim s cjtu cration, in spile uf many nhatnulck. There la more (htm one. wny of our ooiilldcucc In (iod. I'ru refused to nsU for nil armed guuid for his Journey. .Nchcmlah, with tipial faith, did accept thr convoy. So Mullcr allotted liU faith In (lod for his orphan-ages- , the great mlsalnnary boarda show an ipii! fulth.by puraiilng other measures. ri.oftt I. Winter pneni. Win at N It' ,M rjTQ I 3 I tt I ft ill 7! 3 : , U (i t ii I'l i( C ARTERS INK ie. it it.it. ikUHB.r.w.. treatise wi Arcotii..i'aiuk..i'a. MM Sklesue OastCousli fljrup. Tutoi Good. Pas PM ta time. Hold br draco-tats- CUIUS Wrtisffc All It IA11E. m il In hi ll liel H Ilk i.K.1 enourti lur lit s'vuU cuuua fur you. Bum Homoatood SOLDIERS Add k.u,ki. ic i...k sui lrnt ik tbktt lees acrss lfor Jubv vs. llll, writ a. c. aiui a. sisisis a to., su uu as., m B W11KN tVHITIJKU K.-- .!.. 178U TO AIIVKKTIBKJTJ1 state that ysm saw lac. Adv ertlae sweat la tkls rscr. A. N. - To cure, or money reiundod by your morchsmt, so why not try it? Prico 60o Where Love is, (here Ood is also. (Continued from Our County Judge, who has been Martin li sitting by SCHOOL. FARM. HOME. Mrs. Frost is hoping to find peoplo sick for several weeks, is out again. Eitlldl by Mr. Ki.ua H. Yocvx, Irn ot tho docs not woik s much ns he looks Kdllfil by S. C. Mamis, rYolcwif o! HorticulFarmers are needing rain very bad- Edited by C. W. (louin, Junior CUm ol Ituih Normal !rlmtut, Vtnn Collrff. through tho window: when any one in Cincinnati and other cities who ly, as it is wheat sowing timo. ture, IWrr. Collfgr. MedtcM Collcfe, Chlrngo, Illinois Last week wo talked of character a homepasses by in boots that he does not will pay a good prico for real Hov. S. F. Kelly, who was assigned A Comment. homo-spu- n Summer little and of its development in the tierms of Flux nnd and good school room. to this circuit is among us. His know, ho bends down, looks out of tho spun From The Forester. Complaint. cloth. Tho daughter is with him. I want to speak moro definitely ns window, in order to eoe, not only tho linen, lindsay and jeans (By Suirtntrmlrnt of Working rin, DlrUlon Tho diseases which carry away most to meam. products of Tho teacher's association was held oiFpmtry.) feet, but also tho face. Tho house-porte- r College will buy all such Every ichool ntudu ought to serve brought recently at Nml More. There was children who die under ago ot fire, fireside industry that may be paused by in now California is not the only stnte in food this end, but some of them teem to bo a great interest manifested by ovory are due to tho condition of tho passed by ; then came by students at tho opening of the one who took part. more full of inspiration and motive which tho nnnunl burning of tho fortho water-carrie- r which they cat, namely milk. old sol- winter term, Dec. 13. Let every loom jvower than othors. est is considered among the residents alongsido of tho window an Miss Eddio Minter, who has been Mothers sadly wonder why tho Take one of the best stories in your tho best method of protecting dier of Nicholas's time, in an old pair bo kept busy. Here is a chance to visiting her sister, Carrie Canyleton, tho hand of God has taken their darlings reader, (Don't read tho look straight of laced felt boots, with a shovel in provide schooling for your children. of College HilUms returned. timber from heavy fires. In certain from them, when often it is their own through) and if it is worth rending at his hands. Adam recognized him by Miss Lula Minter, who has been all it is worth undtrtlamltny. odo sections of tho East, notably In tho his felt boots. Tho old man's nnmo toaching at Green Hill, says her ignorance or carelessness which ha- not understand a piece till we have Atlnnlic Pine belt, ninny owners of was Stepanuitch; and a neighboring stened baby's death. school is progressing nicely. tittered into the tplrit of it ami wo do tiniberlnnd umko it a practice to merchant, out of charity, gavo him a Wnllaceton. Milk when properly fed to children this largely by tho power of imaginaMisses Lizzie Minter and Carrio homo with him. Ho was required to . M- f l " . burn over their lands overy si.ring Mr. Ashcr has his house almost r - uin-- 1 is of course the best fowl to feed tion. Stcpan- fiHRist rnuKiui, oi tho line uuk, wcui tu cinnnti Sunday, on tho excursion. If tho story is in tho form of a dia- soon after the snow mulls and befort) away the snow j completed. uitch begau to shovel them. Tho mother's own milk is Mrs. E. H. Wallace is very sick from in front of Adams window., Mrs. Bruce Woodward, our mer- best, for when wo act according to logue, let the parts be given to differ- the stirfneo of the ground has lieroinn this week with sore throat. Adam glanced at him, and took up chant, left Oct. 1!) for Cincinnati God's laws we always find that rare has ent children and let them put lifo so dry that light fires cannot lm kept and personality into it, readingor say- under control. The Mr. Wagers, the superintendent in whero ho will buy his winter stock. his work ngain. object of thin been taken to have every thing just ing, it as it was said in the first place. "1'shnw! I must .Do getting crazy in Madison Co., visited the schjol in ..... .1 .. .. .. i 11 The . South Fork of tho Kentucky annual buriiiug is to destroy the lay. i r..i , v.-i. , uuniiceiou, right. There is no chnnce for dirt to Then such questions as, "What would mv OKI ace. sntci Aiiam, nun iouki titii tou hnvo done in her place," "Doyou er of leaves, twigs, etc., which has & at himseil "Stepanuitch is clearing Mr. Wenu of Jackson made a short 11,v" V! ?W" is runiiiDir through somo enter tho child's milk. So wo often away the snow, and I lmagino tnat visit with friends hero last Saturday shoals just distance of thirty miles, see that the babies of n woman who think that wns the best thing to do t" accumulated on the ground the prefor "How do vou like the in vious year. If the work is done Christ is coming to see ine. I was en- - nuj returned home Sunday ncconi-tirel- y soon Mrs. W. T. Cnwood and Miss Jen-'iii- o has inherited the strength of her stur- tho story t'' ete, help to form characj out of my mind, old dotard that ,)aicd by Mr. Forga Coldwell. Minter left Thursday morning dy nncetder, yet who lives closo to na- ter by entering into situations iud after the snow melts, the ground is , a dozen I am:' Adam sewed about Jennio E1Hott wLo ,,a8 ha(1 tLp moist so that the fire burns for nn extended visit to 'the niouii- - ture's heart nnd is not particularly making divisions. stitches, and then felt impelled to look . . , . is ;mrovill ' an,i j8 ntm, . 4! 11 II a ' t Ik inrik1 I. .1. SI.. lntt f(rili a h'neopiortunity slowly and can lie kept under pefrct ., cleanly in her habits, has very healthy to Then in history isevents .,- -. hope to see her!. We , , study moil and and make control. The sentoii of growth has out again through the window, and Qut 800U 11 name wns Treadwav, a daughter children. She is 11 good "milker" nnd them seem real br the Kwer within sees oiepiiuuucii una jeuiiin mr nuu.n not fairly started at this timo and the Miss Came IM s, Messrs Chis-in- of Major Trendway. believes in fettling her littlo ones as us of "livinc overfl past event in others' against ho wall, and is either warmMr. and Mrs. fire is less liable to injuro the timber himself, or resting. He is an old, ders and f lowers, also guests of Mrs. God intended she should. Conmi-iiientl- lives ns well as in our own. President Kinir. Farmer's Bank, It would be worth volumes to nny than if the burning wrro done after broken-dowman: evidently he has Wnj. H.att, were the the milk they take into their pupil to be Brooklvn, Mich., has used DeWitt's Guiun Thursday, with a the snp had begun to run. ucll not strength enough, even to shovel Little Knrly Idlers in Ins faiuilv for sensitive little stomachs is nlwnys of the world's great men. himself, "I' Rev, J. R. Howes, imstor of tho snow. Ademsaidto Most land owners who treat their 1 hese are tuo best. fcays lako rrankliii nml learn all you fore-it- s in thin manner give him some tea: by the way, Methodist church, is holding a series years. little they cure constipation. fresh nnd practically germ-frepills famous bum tho eutiro of meetings, assisted by Kcv. can about him, tell stories of his life But woo unto tho child whoxo the samovar must be boiling by this billioiisness and all liver and bowel for use iu language, write lists of the area, merely with the view of protectAdam laid down his nwl.roso ders of Pineville. They have added troubles. mother is unr.ble to nurse it. S. E. Welch, Jr. things that he did when a loy, when ing the standing timber. hia cant nut tim s.nnnvnr nn tlm six members to the church. W o nil In this Tho child is then fed cow's or a young mnu, during the war, in later table, mado tho tea, and tapped with feel that the Lord has been with us they nre successful, but at the same Estill goat's milk. This milk often con- life. Learn inuiiy ol his maxims, try his finger at the glass. Stepanuitch and blessed us as ho says he will do time n large amount of young growth tains dirt, deposit! there during the making n dipped candle. Ask why Locust Itrnncli. turned around, and came to the win if we trust in Him. is destroyed. If tho owner of an he was a great man. beckoned to him, and dow. Adam milking; the dirt is manure, general Jas. Skiuner has typhoid fever. "When our boys vtero almost deail Take Columbus, you can work up oimmi forest wishes merely to savo the went to open the door. ly, and if filled with germs which a Mrs. Kate Still died Thursday. surprising interest iu any great man standing timlier without rcgnrd to "Come in, warm yourself a little," from whooping cough, our doctor gave One Minute Cough Cure. They Combes & Bickuell are doinir a grow easj in milk if it is not taken 1 you are interested yourself. Col- the future rnhro of the land, no better ho said. "You must be cold, caro of. Now these germs in grow- lect pictures, stories, nnd information "Mav Christ reward you for this! recovered rapidly," writes P. B. Bell, good business here. j Argyle, Pa. It cures coughs, coldd, A. G Bicknell invited all of his ing produce poisons which make the of all sorts about him, but do not plan can be rccomended than to burn my bones ache," said Stepanuitch. let it remain dry information. "I'lay" the area every year in tho manner Stenanuitch came in. aud shook o(I crippo and all throat and lung trou- neighbors to a Tuesday. baby sick. thnt you are on the ship with Colum- just described. The ultimate effect S. E. Welch, Jr, tho snow, tried to wipe his feet, so as bles. Mrs. E. Henderson from Middle-tow- n When the milk is first brought in bus, turn the school house into a ship, on tho forest Is. however, disastrous. the Uoor, but staggered. not is visiting frieuds nnd relatives it should le heated, not boiled, for let the pupils show by their "Don't trouble to wipe your feet. ' The effect of related fires on the here. I will clean it up myself: we are used not Im attitudes how they feel ubout the trip productive Evergreen. Calvin Powell aud Linda Powell 20 minutes. The milk inuM jKiuer of forest laud was at the timo of the mutiny. Let some nnd sit to such things. Come in were united in marriage n few days lwiled because it is often unhealthy (nil, manly, Ixiv represent Columbus, studied in Southern New Jersey in down," said Adam. "Drink a cup of There was a lnrre crowd nt the ago. or at least distasteful after that. later hnvo the landing, pictures again, 18U7 by Gifford Pint-hot- , tea. tho result of 1 When it is heated pour the milk and imagination lighting up account, whoso investigations have And Adam filled two classes, and leen pub-- j Clay James Mattingly aud Miss Gettie handed one to his guest; while ho into bottles which have first been nnd for language let pupils write de- lUlied by the New Jersey Geological scriptions of their feelings ou reachhimself poured his tea into a saucer, Durham were married last Thursday well scalded. Then put tho bottles ltright Shade. ing land, tell how the Indians looked Survey. Iu this report it is shown i week. and began to blow it. The cane mills are all busy in this away to cool, use n short nipple with- and acted, describe the new country, that repeated fires, comhiued with Stepanuitch finished drinking his Misses Martha and Maude Lake out n pipe. ami tell of ('vlitrnlmt and the joy au'ij stently cutting of merchantable tim-- I glass of tea, turned tho glass upside wer0 he guests of Katie Lake, Sun locality. bcr, reduce the forest so completely Wm. Smith has delivered a fine Milk treated in this way will keep triumph in his fnre and manner: down, put upon it the nan eaten lump dav, Oct A few weeks with t hit hind o ntudv 'that the land is prncticnlly worth limn. of suirar. aud bejrau to express his is buildii g a lot of logs at the river. a long while, for the yernia are killed Mr. Edward Lako Many figures nre given to show thnt thanks. But it was evident ho want house which he hojes to get finished Mrs. Oliver Wagers was thrown and it is the germs that sour milk of a life, n jieoiile, nn event, would in New Jersey are proburned more than a iiMut in study- ducing areas more than ed some more. from a horse, Friday, and pain f till v by cold weather. not one sixth of and make the poison thnt makes the ing "words, words" only. "Have some more," said Adam, fill Mr. Burrett Lunsford aud sister injured. Then the world around us, I, can't the amount of wood they might have baby sick. ing both his own glass aud his guest's. Dora, of Wallaceton, v sited friends According to report, a man named yielded, and that tho ((Utility the Auain drinks his tea, but from time to If baby is takeu sick with flux or respect a criirf Iwy or girl. I can product is vastly inferior to ofwhat Smith was killed nt the association more oaHily forgive rudeness toward glancing out into the and relatives last wees. time keeps summer complaint stop tho milk jiooplo than cruelty to the White Branch, Oct. 7. grown Mr. W. M. Sparks gave tho young near dumb ani- would hare also on unburued land. street. It is shown that even this small Gilbert Hubbard, who is teaching feeding right off for 21 hours so as to mals. "Are you expecting any onoJ" ask- people a singing Thursday night. on Bear Creek, visited Manchester empty the bowels of their poisonous Of course you must first auakeii in- amount of Umber would not havo It was enjoyed by all. ed his guest. Captain Mint 11 anu dames .Mailing- - during the latter part of the week. terest mid sympathy with tho brute I grown were it not for tho marvelous contents. "Am I expecting any onot I am H)wer of Pitch Pino to resist fire and ashamed even to tell whom I expect. lv havecone back to Wildie where The school election was nuito warm. There is nuotherdisease which milk world by your own maimer and to sprout after tho trees were killed Some outragous falsehoods were used knowledge. I am, and I am not, expecting some they will spend the winter. of very often, Then you enn ask a class to write a back. Candidates, R. E. Smith for Repre by some of the parties to influence tho is tho carrier one; but one word has impressed itself The mountaineers are entirely right Consumption is very common little story putting it into frog Ian- my heart. Whether it is a sentative of Owsley, Jackson and voters. upon in stating that tho material, which something else, I do not Clay counties; Frank Jones for Coun cows, it has been proven among dream, or that ot a craw-ls- accumulates on the ground whero land or ... know. Don't you see, brother, I was ty Judce, ot dacKson, uooeri 1101- that people often tako intestinal con I rri or any bird, or snake 4,' insect. is not burned, makes a very hot fire, I reading yesterday the gospel about comb, and G. C. Moore, of W elchinesiory iingni ix'gin hKo this: and that the danger would be lessonsumption from milk. But if you Scnflold Cnne. Christ, the little lather; how he suffer- burg, for circuit court cleric 01 jbckj"I am a little frog, I livo in n poud ed if there ivere areas whero thero Our people are busy getting ready treat milk in the way 1 described behind the school-house- . I have a ed, how he walked on the earth. I son. above these germs will be killed also. ' great many friends, and wo have a is no inflamablo material. No Intel-Iegefor winter. suppose you have heard about it J" man would, however, ndvoato Clover Bottom. In tho next article wo will speak of . goou timoexcept when the school "Indeed I have," replied StepanLumber and shingle hauling are burning without a has recess. Then the boys throw ' indiscriminate uitch: "but we are people in darkness; occupation in this vicinity. the germs which produce consump Miss Laura Lane ia slowly improv-- ? the chief stones at us, and sometimes one of us force of nioti to control tho fire. read." we can't Turnips are selling at 10 cents a tion, aud how to keep the rest of the If burning were resorted to at all is caught and used to scare tho girls "Well, now, I was reading about Tho Association at this place was bushel and molasses at SO cents a gal- family from having it when one has. j with! I don't believe that any girl . as u protection against heavy firtw, it that very thing, how ho walked up- largely attended. lon. 'should bo confined to areas whore could be really on the earth: 1 read, you know, how o The Baptist Association will Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me , scirred little frog,afraid oflie athat oor, 'there is no valublo young growth; Rev. Edgecomb and wife are here, it tnust she but he comes to the Pharisee, and the at Clover Bottom the 21st and cured a sore running for Boventeen runs nnd screams becauso she is our belief is that it would be posPharisee did not treat him hospitably. giving lectures anu magic lantern 22nd of this month. ' organize a years and cured his piles of long afraid of tho littlo boy who is pinch- - sible to which wouldsystem of forest Well, and so, my brother, I was read- views. police be effectivo in Protracted meeting commonced at standing by using DeWitt's Witch i ing me so tight, etc.' Misses Maggie and Nora Garler are ing, yesterday, about this very thing tho standing timber as was thinking to myself now uncle at Sturgeon this Macdono week ago last with Rov. Hazel Salve. It cures all skin dis- j What are you doing that is really protecting young visiting their ana growth. Phelps as conductor. helping your Iwys aud girls to be ) well as tho not receive Christ, the little father, week. H. S. Graves. Washinton, D. C. S. E. Welch, Jr. eases. should more mauly, moro womanly t with honor. If for example, he Miss Mary Hatfield is visiting rela Conway. come to me, or any one else, I think tives here. We are glad to have her Miss Mattie Johnston is very sick. to myself, I should not even know in our midst again. how to receive him. And he gave The infant of Rev. A. Ballenger is Miss Lvdia Williams has a new him no reception at all. Well! while saddle and will visit friends and re- very sick. I was thus thinking, I fell asleep, latives in and near Borea soon. Mrs. W. F. Lambert of Scaffold brother, aud I hear some ono call me has been visiting her mother, got up: the voice, just as Miss Ellen Hays paid her home a Cane Kidwell this week. by name. I 'Be short visit and returned with her fa Mrs. though some ono whispered, says, Thomas Johnson, who lives a mile ther, who is engaged in the logging on the watch: I shall come from this place, died Oct. 12 of fover And this happened twice. business. Minnie Mrrdo nnrl fnr V and measles. He was sick only n Well! would you believe it, it got inhe leaves a wife and short to my head I I scold my self aud Lakes. Minnie Click nnd Leo J.Webb .many timo andand relatives. friends am expecting him, tho little father." were delichtfully entertained at Mr. I Stepanuitch shook his head; and T. J. Coyles Saturday. "If you scour the world you will said nothing: he finished drinking his the value Minuto Cough Cure," says Editor Millions of dollars, glass of tea, and put it on the sido; Harris-- 1 Mrs. Mary but Adam picked up tho glass again, C laced by on tho life Bird, child,, Fnckeri of tho Micanopy, Fla., "Hus of her urg, Pa., t, and filled it once more. It cured his furaily of Laand 8aves thousands from "Drink some m.re for your good which she saved from croup by the Grin health. You see, I have nn idea, that, use of Ono Minute Couch Cure. It pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all whon tho littlo father went about on cures all coughs, colds and throat throat and lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. this earth, he disdained no one, and and lung troubles, s. is. woicn, jr. had more to do with tho simple people. He always went to see the simple people. He picked out his disciples more from among our brethren tUm. You Mil Maiull&l your utmmi ir.ium ,utpui tltlC IM CAIWIT IUISIC1 ltl9 MACHINf f .H.r.O.I.Wll -ii IT nOM OOBOH s. BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN sinners like ourselves from tho rikUki. TU WUTIIT IUU He. savs he. who exalts EtuTuuuior, hi Sooelal Otter Price S15.50 CHANCE FOK roUNDKO 4 -. EVEHYIIOUV himself, shall be humbled, and he IwlnMIMnlHr r IMS tad rraight cbtnrM. Ufcrhii wettfi. im iuia..nd tb. rretrht wlU IIIMnttlorHCBWIBIiu. ulvl lltInllK who is humbled shall become exalted. TO. TOW. DOIU., uu w,.imHti.,v.ii.iy MvHIIt. IKIAlt" w. teachers, 700 students (from 20 states.) Uest Library In Kentucky. No Salocat. Orer 20 l'U...r You, says he, call me Lord, and I, says Htl.ftwL W.nilinr..lB.kMu4 fully l bed InlulW..! 44.40, oar rm Inhf 4i4.ou.01l.00. 14.00 44.411 4 JiiUc.i.lZM. batllktulortbU iur But Claim BIUICK l DBTFAJETlvTItTISrra: r .riMbl 4. 7 k44.4, rr4l4t .440 says he, to bo the first, the same shall 144eytfAWE O F I MIT ATI O N S For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get a teacher's certificate: a servant to all. Because, says he, tj be MfcM thi tUXlyf TTtOUf BMOH, Witt) f4UiMl- frW4 14CU.4S. u4k4r444.rr.ll.U. 4.4.4. .ra.M. I. Trado Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. blessed are the poor the humble, tho 1144 4Vtrr 4U0141 IXr40,KBIlT, II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and, the advanced courses. generous." And Stepan THE BURDICK lint I ood rumor unr mill kind, the 44tci nKiiiii atu. mil P4IICTS Ur 40I4. M444 07 144, For those sufllclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate : uitch foreot about his tea: lie was an forestry, etc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, old man and easily moved to tears ir4. 144 4.t M4l4ri4l Ml IV. Domestic Science Sewing, Cooking, etc. two yearn. He is sitting listening, and the tears SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK p,W.J V. Normal Courso for teachers three years, with practice teaching. nrA rolling down his face. ! UU cloU (tiMddrui'iJlbtf fnta ltfbt)to t o4 d VI. Academy Courso fouryears, fitting for Coilego, for business, and for life, In pUrvfor rtfMfc. ttxm otUcrtvprawlUi lulllentrthUl.lt "Coma now have some moro tea," brd IkODol. t4 UImI UM eiS' Inir. tiut mm.Anliti Roctl iUiM tV&m. rArvoxl. imU on four , For those more advanced t VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. said Adam; but Stepanuitch made tMsMd nt dcort4 ritlMl lilchtl dnf r ruIU. Arm U IrMdU. srtitiin4Kn,Tth Iron 0trA rUMl lrr4 bin 41oiLt Adjunct Departments : VIII. Music Heed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. tho sign of the cross, thanked him, kMtf. poMllvt lour nouooniM), mii utrvovaincviurttUoT uimi, Bomt wltMlojr. IX. Beroa General Hospital Two years course in tho caro of tho sick. toLU sltiiatAklo4taUL.U tcarlmci, ptnt Uniloa UUimtor.linproTei o tn mod nn his trlasa. and arose. Mtotat&tMdM 1..1 iircuura foot. lraDrad 'Thanks to you," he says, "Martininstitution. Its instruction is a Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not a monoy-niakinItV Inn tmi IUMimiI slulm Mltilat wiuUaJolww4MirtntciirBBl-D4dotfctrpuia- It ffIU4 J1U our Aiiata. lor ireauoK wo juuuiy. nuu ny freo gift. It aims to help thoso who valuo education and will help themselves, and charges a small incidental fee tmctloa Book satisfying me, soul and body," BUi arMit It Mat with rtrj klad ct Unc work. A Students must also par for their board. Expenses for term liwltb to meet expenses of the reboot apart from instruction. IT COSTS YOU WOTHINQ U out) miU WU huUm. eoaiptr(CM to iYou are welcome: come in again your torkcptr Ml It $ tho must be paid in 'advance. MM, ry your frtlfbl bmdI tht $ JO.oa (12 weeks) may bo brought within $21, about half of which that always glad to see a friend," Baid IM.M. nd thta If tonvtn4 al.Bj you umtU4 My yvaarvitot Mtunca. tim wUtuatbrcBiuonibayou Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, anil good people of wi to iitrkl tot $lh.9 if Adam. DKLAT. DON'T all denominations. information or friendly advice addrtti the AddreH, 'SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. (To tit fvnt(uJ.) GEO. T. FAIItOlIILD, LL. D., Berea, Madison Co., Ky. lt window, and tho wrtk, ) The Counties. rprtmcnt Copjr tof Owsley (County. ti-lo- lb murt on 8turily preceding date ol lone. thl rfh r ' Iiooiiovlllc. SPECIAL bEPARTMENTS. THE THE THE bed-cover- felt-boot- Madison County. -l house-reporte- ! LtklT" j 11 g y n tin-wi- ll Chts-time- ." r.n County. corn-cuttin- to-so- Jackson County. I County. life-tim- e ' I Rockcastle County. jutigo-irnnsiaie- u-or h, ..?. nt con-ven- I he-di- d SEND NO MONEY work-(mr-clas- SS '0'TZr x- BEFtE-A- COLLEGE stock-raisin- ti '.'".IJA b- -T A . - g of I Ir Vice-Prettde-