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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 25, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899102501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 25, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000. The Citizen. De?oted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Tear NO. 19. VOL. I. BERBA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKV, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, I8H0. At prices to suit the times. Material and work first- - lass. most devoted and gentle life was OF completed, in the death of Grandma HARWOOD, Ky. MORMONISM Harrison, which occurred last Friday night, after a short illness. Her life will be cherished iu the memory of A. P. SETTLE, REV. R. G. AlcNIECE, D. D. mauv for her devotion in the home Attorney and Notary Public, T . The writer of the following pages J. u.ree, ami irranu-uauirh- iiiir.ir;.w Ttn tniHi. r nml mmmuhiir .t i " " K "urrenucr' iu Christian 'w ork jer, M,Vs Hallie Embn7are .iiwcuxl j funeral sermon Sunday 1 resident hM to the IJoers .Sunday.. Berea, Kentucky. twenty ...v this week. i .. . mm i u Utah thereroro. liacl ample opportunity ' UVSDBDSISI i ne morals of the Hepublicof Col- - Instead of calling a dentist's oBSc!1"""1 POri I to know what Mormouism f:,lul'y' church, VUI Oiflreon Main Street, in Masonic BIJu, upttnln. is, both in UlIlblM aru nrimnirimr n mL.t.V.. a . leutal "parlor" why not call it a wo,m,n .. r 'T. iinviiui uii peculiar doctrines and its upeulini-- i uiecommuiiity, uy patience, lontier its BimiiiNi ti "ilrawinif roomr Ei. you Digests I 'uoss, and wisdom, is eiual to any- - fruits. ... . ?. Kemembor that the Winter term "artlflclallydlgeststtieroodandalds You want GOOD GLASSES Now in order that those living at a . al. nuaf(i; llt'dr ioie ,.. Doc. III. Get every room that can thiug doue by man wrp in strengtnening and recon (distance from Utah mav hav do, Spain, have been attacked with a be spared ready to rent to atudouts, Delialah E. Harrison was born er understanding of the character aud Btructlne the exhausted digestive or diseaso auniKimxl in 1. d,.. gans. It Is the latest discovered digest-an- t Mr. and Mrs. J. l Uickuell and December 3. 1S25. iu Madison, orldauger of a polvtramous system and tonic. No other preparation plairtio. I. .l...l.t.. uuuuuvu .1... wiu iIlllOUai. what is now properl v Jackson county, y,uicu Ieai,s V"? people of a whole can approach it In efficiency. It in. viuufjuiu! iuo r.i. stantly relieves and permanentlycurej llie Hoera were dofeateil by tho Anniversary of the Christiah Church, and died at the old homestead, near omu pled's foot by 'e'lect-Bere- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, British iu it battle at Glencoe Camp.i ttt Cincinnati. October 20, lS'.Kt, agotl iJjiuga notorious poiygamist to Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, iu Natal, after several hours of hard I ost; ou Saturday a purse coutaiu-fightinj 10 mouths, and 17 days. gress, it is proposed to consider the SIckneadacbe.Gastralgia.Cramps.ana Losses on both sides were iu about two dollars. The finder Her parents, Carter and Edith (Skin- - present aspects of Mormonism by all other results of Imperfect digestion. Prepared by E. C. OtWltt & Co.. Chicago. will please return to Mrs. Uertruue IF TOU WANT THEM AT ALL. heavy. . fo"r thiugs:(l) its ner) Lakes, of Scotish decent, came look,iuS .at S. E. WKLCII, Jit. Gla.net that are not properly adjusted tu your .M. 'lodd. . . . polygamy; (2) position iu eye are actually lianzerout. know It. and ivruger uaa ortleml nil Boors to here from trg.u.a. In 1SW the u ,)resont 8,rbengtu. to ault It. I lll'not to tB leave Johannesburg nt nni'M T,u'. Wonmn'a Industrial School deceased was uuited in marriage to fruits (4)the significance of tho re- LEWIS A. DAVIS, you oughtyourknow examined tree.attempt needed. to eyei until I know what la Klaa Tho Eye 1 city is i the center of tho gold miu-- . BS, Elisha Harrison, son of Elisha nnd cent electiou of a jwlygainist to Con- - Medicine and A Nice line of Novelties in if iug district, and is the resilience oi .i.:. Ipha (Baker) Harrisou. To thialsress. JEWELRY. . 1v T,ho Amoricuu people havo mi. P.,l!l. ...l. I ..ugunu IHIUUIIIOII glVai 11631. union were born nine children. The ....v Ollice at Residence. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Opticiaa. eeutly discovered that they were sadly died April W, 1X.I.. , det.eived b the ,olomu pjedgeaof tho part of Kruger Meiui to indicate that day. Three children, survive the parents Mormon otHoials iu order to secure There xvas good attendance no intends to dimolish the city with aud groat euthusiasm showu. as follows: Mary II., now Mrs. Josiah Statehood. T,hey supposed that the ' i dynamite. Uurdette. Johu O. Harrison, and irouoiesome Jionuou iiuestiou was Horace (Jaldwell an old student of I forever settled wheu tuose definite j uerea is iu the standing army. His Belle H., now Mrs. J, W. Johnson, pledges were given that all Xlyga-tnou- s HANSON & PASCO'S NATIONAL NEWS uuuress is ri. . . ueavoiiwortb. Kan.. all residing in Berea. relations should at once abau- -' . 1 ' r i . .. . . " .Miami, Florida, is infected with doned aud that the laws should bo i i ...... r..:.i.f..Tl.. i. .....! ii... .i . We are prepared to do all kinds .. W.U, mbivu, ul. juu auu I np n.ivf 818 " . ... . .. I 1.. O ...1 ' '.B violation of thes pledges since State of Job printing at very cheap rates. Thirty casos of small-po- x was of months' standing; after eating hood, culmiuatiug iu tho are re- la. Mrs. Welch aud daughters lso recent elec- Here are a few sample prices: was terrible. .Sow l am well," tiou to ported hi Loalie Co., Ky Congress of a notorious chamreturuMl from a week's visit iu Jack- - it . $1 25 writes S. B. Keener, Hoisiugtou, Kas., 500 White envelopes kuowu H. C JASPER, M. D. D. L. Moody has begun a series of Co, 1 00 . of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests pion of iolygamy, wives, to be living 500 Ruled Note Heads with at least three has thrust Letter-head- s revival meetings in Brooklyn. 1 . S. E. Welch, Jr. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Tho Mormons are getting thicker what you eat. 25 the Mormon question back again in- 500 Ruled . 1 50 Offic In Pnthcr Building, Richmond, Kf 13 lines President McKinley returned to aud thicker iu Kentucky. to national politics, uud polygamy 500 If the The pig roast. 1 Telephone 103 & 109 agaiu becoiuet a disturbing issue in 500 Regular Statements . 50 Washington from his trip in the west. people will stay away from their "Every dog has his day," and even elections to Cougress, iu at least 500 6 x g Hand bills . meetings they will noon thin out and . 1 00 W. J. Bryan and John R. McLean go home. ' 1 . the pig had his day, or rather night, three States, Ttah, Idaho, aud Wy- 500 50 have been campaigning through Ohio 1 25 Rov. F. D. Burhaus has accepted last Friday. The "Pig roast" is be- oming. 500 Business Cards . E. B. McCOY, this week. he questiou, therefore, as to the II V wti prrpay tV pwtijgt on any one. of the ab)rf I tho call to the pasturate of the First coming an institution in Berea that ,V) ccnU trtru, or on the mall hand bVU or ou Maj. Ouy Howard, sou of Geu. O. Church. He recieves a cordial wel- bids fair to rival Thanksgiving. position of the Mormon Church in- ordmfor liminru mU, 3J tmU extra. Onlert mutt b jxxll tho subject of polygamy is auew O. Howard, was killed in tho fighting come to Berea, aud the good wishes of Somethiug like a hundred students vested with special importance to tho foriHadeaiiee. Write Vie Copy VEK I pfolnfy. all iu his work. In the PhilittniiKui l.al Qi.li.... e Mail orders carefully attended to. American people. Now wo greatgathered at the foot of ...... .. I .. " .v " C. A. has beeu holding about half past seveu, Friday night. ly regret that the facts compel us to Tl. v..r...i r. STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, " v'u""'uuo" 01 u its weekly s iu No. 2, declare that the positiou of the Mor. Woman a Christian Temperance Uti- - Liucolu Hall. About forty were The purpose of the assembly was well mon oth'cials, iu regard to polygamy, Berea, Kentucky. CENTER expressed by the words of one of the is iou has lieen held at Seattlo this week. I)rese"t hist Suuday night anil an auddecoiviuir. Thev tell ART GALLERY I the people outside of Utah, over their orators of the evening Columbia won in the iug. But iu Utah there is a peculiar 'I come not here to talk; you know signatures that they aro neither eu- - legal tpcuuicality wuicu makes the or ...wo mm (iiu cup miiL'ii uas ueen Kept C. I. 0GG, Proprietor. I "Jl .....II Air. ll hMnv m t a Ir in if tn-r- t .f nu. i l.l.l.w.. ' ' wuiuuiUK HWl luuililUK iumimIm KUUl . ' fatiau nf tin Tcnmv tn ennuiur in uifit " in America for fifty years will coutiu :.. !...! " futrM .1 i iv hi lit nniiinif tliir mvn .. 4 " .,,11 Nothing Bat Tbe Ill I 1'llta.Uif V flltlHL UnifllltLIM Will If rjllitl 1111 aiUl.IlDH.il WITH C1T WlVtS Pobots. W" ll "'o thtie to stay here. 1 tah". kuow ." Annliticai cTw,etry and GeoWv. at , If' ' BUU,VU lu '"J . uw.in tuey- So although a man may be living Best Finish at the Lowest Prioes. if Gov. Bradley addressed 4000 poo ." the State Univemitv of Wvotii ntr. u,s" "ul """"fT'""'; ' llw7 ' i..luo ouismo wotiu tuat nv with half a .dozen wives, vetivit.,he has .. . .7 'I .11 V. It 11.11 ..m IU .0 ...w.... uiu i.nl u.lUk i.. iiuiikliuii. Sll.il.. ... nnr nlnmiul nn Jilil linnn I I. una . I ... . IfH II1IIV I'd til X.iii- - I ni ni ftl.iu uui ..I.. Tl . .......... .a.. 'I l.j. .Hn. nl.m. f it. uvauuii iuvo Irtnm. II. lit mini.. uuuvuwuI uv .ll.l uuu aiuvc Vtlllllll ter for liis wife's hoaltl utu iiiu iiiuuii nuurii iin f "'""V" "" wvi ie, .'fSUlttllt WOOUrUll a UiaUttOHtO IU DENTAL SUltOKJiY. H..UI ui luviur aim mo Ke illlllll'llll over the horizon; the baud played a lygumous relutious havo been rosum- - jv.M) recommending the suspension Trof. MiuhIi and Tutor White, of ticket. of plural marriage, these Mormon A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. '."..U' j ,1, ac- . . ....... u Herea, iitlendwl the Roekcithtle Co- companiuuJit; .SViifi Jfttildimj, Main street, uud the" pig' .Med'. unty Teacher'H AsHociatioti, at Mt. Town Olllcor. Vernou Saturday. Richmond, Ky. Tho Sii)eriiiteiid-en- t aud sputtered over tho fire. J. M.itheie has been so niuoh prevaricatiug , But let us look at tho recent d Tuesday Nov. 7th, h regular elecwas unable to bo there nud tho deceiving aud falsifying about ration of President Snow about polyg Tvlrphuur, !trlitrlif , Nn O'i, Ottlcv, No 00. Lamb's Dissertiouou roast tion is to bo hold to fill for two vear meeting snowwi tne lach ol nretiani- - tiii? iu a iiiutiner cnleulutiMl io mLn i polygamy since 1110. Wo kuow uow ,,mv. Ou December 0th. ho oubIt was not well attended, the Heveral ollices of the Town of Uo-l,,mt,.or"boutteuyan. 1,11.1 iwlyg- - Jished a statement in the New York px inn, , I'. ...V..... ..U.V.. , .4. . ... pi...!.. --.,,.. Ituil lk..ll llf.M.K.f.wl u".r t.llt ... ... .. f " rea. A Citizens meeting was held nt . ., ,, i 1' nt iil.tittt ii oritt, iu which no Hectares II ....1 "V "" "vv". i. tuui ino i... r...i ir..lnt rVfd.vu.iIn C men ot tne , statements to the effect that the Mor- ilnei ". HaiiHOii Hall, on the night of tho 17th will tligeit what vou eat. ' It cures all T. . - " " COUStaUtlv tliaklUg , nhuroli U mimnnimii!? nml lust, with (17 voters ant: l Heveral others onn. o. iivN,eps.a ami Btoiuacu trou (tT. , ., .. ... . , ;. ti oliicial that there was any i teaching polygamy aro eutirely un- DKALKIl IS AMATHUK SUITLIKS " "a . .i.,..-...-. ""i"t Prnf lirftiinl" - " ' f V . WV.KU .till Dies, . b. if. uamm. Vernon. Texas. I Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices d we ourselves havo beou m-- i , , , ,,,,i' ..... uv. H relieved me from tho start n. rr lv.lla i Pii.ir..,.., f n ,i ... owwuai aro me lactsi i. T. X, . m now my ove - uiivi.i i. i.i... i.. , and cured me. . Views about Uerea a peclulty. .....i w .wvuid D.iiauDiuu- - mi. ., iiifiniuanii tviri. nn im 'kiiiui. would seem impossible for the church mane tjiiairnmu ana A. J. Mcuaiti lasting friend." it S. E- - Welch, Jr. ists." Tho funeral oretiou bv Mr. taut Miuisters at Boulouno iu Franco. to give auy greater encouragemout SiMj'y. The best of feeling prevailed. I Uutll 8ot the character of tho "il way deuyiugthat there was any to polygamy than it is doing now by Tho following nominations were made of At a regular meeting of tho Board Trustees of the Town of Berea departed iu glowing terms. Mr, iwlyg"y 1" the church, he hims.df tho general example of the churcii by ballot: Oct. 12, TO. the existing law relating Shrock made some more touching ro" Wttl9.r"',uk' vit 1 w'y0.8' 1,8l?''l, otlicials through their living lu polygB. by , iu violation of law, in all parts of Geo. Ames larira wan ronpnl! U'u, Mr.C.ndee read the will lerts. Itfee& Wt to im,Kssiblo for amy Si S. E. V.deli..lr. the State. Those who have boon for Qft'ce Hour, S to It A. SI., Trustees which goos into effect Nov. 1, TO. If ol the tleceaseU. Uy this time the tuem to make uu nonest auu trutntui some years the uear neighbors of 1 tos P. AT. Nutional Bank Building i J. C. Teoters uuv- - President Suow, iuform us that ho is uujw.-- i w S. C. Lewis your hog runs the streets look it up. listeuors liaU so lar succeeileti iu over Richmond, Ky. I hero is almost sure to generally understood to bo himself Geo. Hoffman couiiugtno r (.net, ami wiping i1B , side world. Tho 81st Birthday dinner was giv- -' be 80mo evasiou, or equivocation, or liyiug iu polygamy with at least four( Police Judg- e- J. W. VauWinklo . ..77.T". 7T77 en to the old mau Elijah Abuey, at tears from their eyes that they were uleceiitiou about it. For example. wiiiw. iiiiii i iiiil (Jin in iiiii iiiiiiirifr in i i . j . . . . 77 . Marshal William Shockloy. his home on Brash Crook, Rockcastlo f . . t ... a.... n..p.f..i. tnrxi I . . ........a ...ll wueu tnoy ueuy mat iwiygamy is XH VUTIX ives has a little child U D trde.mrk$ COPTRIOHTJ This is an excolleut list of nom- county, uot. 1, l:rj, air. AUney is of baked beuus circulating through practicwl in Utah, as 1'resitleut bnow jfow wo aski1" 8 "W AND UUIAINLU aiut two ..oars the father of twenty childrou aud tho thecrowd. Then followed that rarest, uia lust, i?opieiiioor, uiey ure biuiimt aguiu, lu what way could the Mor inations, iu which no fuctioual lines TO PATENTABILITY A0VK'. i hiding behind ii tleceiviug technicali mon church give greater encourageNotku iu " luvrnlita At " are upparent. At this writiug it grandfather of one huudred children. that unapproachable dainty roust ty, r uy polygat Uooa "How to obtain I'aleiiU" The old mau has good health yet people iu gou- - ment to polygamy than by such exseems that there is uo likehood of Cnargtt moderate. No fee UU Untlaaecnred. nml can do as good u day's work as pig; and tho "joy of our lamentations" joral uuderstaud living with two or ample ou the part of tho leadiug u Letter. trlctlT confldcntlal. Addtea. E. 0. SISCEBS. Paltnt La.itr. WMMngtoa. 0. 0, almost any mau. wuxod great. more wives, which is tho right mean- of the chuichT A ' PERSONALS AND LOCALS. No wild grapes this full, a. PASCO,1 R. C, Hurt Is going to Illinois soon. Tuesday lecturo was given by Mrs. KltlTOII hk.I MAN.UIKIl. Gould. I'liMl.tiM it the offitv of Berea roads are IwiiiL' mil in i.ood TIIU CITIZHN, llcreu, Ky. condition. flrr. nf the '"jy"' ' "rrm Kf , m trrmtlThe hunters' dog can be heard every night. Pres. Froit will spend a few days IDEAS. t in Cincinnati. Gather the nuts, but don't spoil the, Father Whito visited Miss Nannie trees! Tudor, .Sunday, "inm Bertha Robinson was in Cin- hleetion is coining. Vote uot for ..: i i... i mm ween. n party, or for a man, but for ,1 grottiest good to the country. Hon. William Smith, of Riehtuoud Hav jour family In mooting and was in town Sunday. Robiuson uud Kidd are having a Sunday-school oiat a week ami they will be saved f roni heaps of trouble fino lot of lumber sawed, Rev. J. 0. Pardons was in Living. to any the least. Btou last Saturday and Sunday. . ... i iti.ii:n uun i iiiivnyn make n man . .. . I.I... - an good or hiipiy, but neither och'S i .iuuu ,.,,,,, w initio, wno I..lives iu ,,r..i i. !..... .. .. poverty. The wiho matt said, "Give Mr8, A Tl F"u of Wild e, Mr mo neither iovorty nor riches. , ure vjsjliu M A T p. fa c. n u.n mo tree Mrs. Lou Ilamwu is at Foster, Ky, school every day till the close of the at a reunion of the McCollum fauiiiv. KiV0S W,UCMi" !h! Mi" Vh"y Hichanlsou has return-hem- , you nee they got ed from a s visit iu Lexiug-th- e full benefit of it. tou. "Any person guilty of receiving a Mrs. Jeuuie Baker speut a week bnle for his voto at an election, or for' w'th her ion, Jim Woods, at Paint services or inlliioiico iu procuring a vote or votes at an election, hIiqII be Mr. C. 11. Cherry of Newark. O., is sister-in-lafined from fifty to five hundred dol-- ; Mrs. M. K. aRC0' lars, and be excluded from ollice and uffrage." Kentucky .aw. H. Logstou says business is good and ho exjiects to build a new store The Citizen t. 4k A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine firm 1 "JENNES MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Arc sold only by Us ! -- clotli jtm Mill the I. nrrt prli.t. rlshtlr mml n'wiluM)- Itlliliy nuile. ni II It nf turnout 'Vitus ' llrnti.l tin' (inly on rtdly Irntlrtr in clean, lull tentllutcl wmlnnm.. mint flllllu ami wmr rrtHlii. Imiiiw the lnti,., "VllnU ihrmr life ofllip aurtnrnl. It irftiln In making. rt.rt-e- ut tin' r.v iUtMc.1 (tmtrat t Uh talhirliiii iMfiHlltnrrof im rikI tlHMiKlit. hihI It In nnllnnr)-tf.- l lo untr rinthlng. Th.' KaMIr- - llml e Um rt the erj- iife. tUl t.im. Mnnj tttifli.nl . X(lu,lflj- to n: In the iMr of .letltint that will W'M-vlli lHf fill t Th lmt rxtim.nlliMtjr Luiuri' coniLlnliit isirgrrnt nlfrr It thiit . inn ninl ill. Ml ouf t'lothlnc t 11 VrKtf.retirMUo GLOTHIITG-wool I lolhliiif In Amrrli Stylish Made tli They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Wtjt Miln St RICH MOND, KZ tri A LESS MONEY i Ih.Iit Howiiii we irorl lnm'5 tiicli ('Inthlny fur lr miiiu y (lurnntwcr It purv nml ?'mlr Our ! inolrrn Hore. ttitmrttl tlmn Mrlrtty nn ro:riMlte.tit our I Jotliitig It mA on tin; umiillott margin of profit. Irppiiilliii; on Urun volume or I.umii- Tlw more ("lothltig we nll the itrenter uur punhatltiK power the 'owrrotirprlrrt thul tlu- - tt.iry In n iiut-.lll The Berea Monumental Co. When you t- II... Thmi hlh-!r.l- e mint The retail of pirnl tenrf: and remouable price now have vttttomert in all part of the State is that we Jlt" two-week- COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND - - KENTUCKY Obituary. Anything in the monumental line 1st us know anil i) we will send you desi'jns and pricex Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... Prop. k1' PRESENT ASPECTS J9t JOHN Berea, ! 1 i T'.I, ..... forut Kodol w what I eat. . be-gi'- uX a, Con-year- n, . J tu-'se- t"'J"" ,Z 1 Berea, Ky. Surgery, ' n Job Printing Dirt Cheap GO TO I 1 LIVERY. I Hill-hea- 9x12" Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET Lilli-Oen- jJT prayor-meetiug.A : " ' a 1 o two-face- d T - a I : ..... T . w.-.- . i;i I I .... ' 'l decla-Racerrea- - ,iu, 1 . bURTON, "?t'iZ,: . i lKr."fa. ,,,,.",, ,.'.""" "ir" I " The Ph tograph'er, , J. C. MORGAN, nXioK Dental Surgery, " ," I frllTII laKI olli-cial- Ilbl. tn A ad oil. From a Sea QuITs Wine. waat rot born amid earth's statnsni mirth: Thou haat llred far from all our tears and toll. Oh, brine u drearr din, and nolte of Jangled back the blesalnr of thy blrthl Bpsak but a llltl of that othrr life, Which knew thee once, wild aa the wind and brine: Bet free our eplrlle, atrallened In their atrlfe. To aweep thoae old unwearying wars of thine. ring-- back the gtorloua freedom of thy fflfht, Skimming the erf it of purple wavea afar ta that Illimitable flood of light Which knowa no ataln of toll, no fetter Ing bar. dire ue to know the glory and the wonder Lorn of the flying rack, the gleaming foam. Where mighty blllowa rear their heads and thunder Against the wild black rocka which were thy home. Our hands are tired, our eyes are dim of seeing,' Our eara are dull with nolae of mirth and Oh. give us back the beauty of that being Unwearied and unsolled, which waa thine own! Mabel Earle. In Touth'a Companion. . moan.- - "Meer Ceci," I said, "whatever my condition nny lc, jounre in error if jou think I nm n bravo. In short, your proposal is an insult, and you owe it to my consideration fir your years that I do not tiing you ont of '.Copyright. tM. ty D. Appltton & Co. the room. I have promised you secrecy, nnd All right reserve!) therefore cannot do as I would, and that is, lay the matter before the Signory; but I tell CHAPTKR VII. Costihced. jou plainly that if I can will upset your plan, and now you had better leave mr." After a 'ahort delay, which seemed aces I hail by this thrown everything into the to rue, mes-c- r the padrone reappeared with fire; but it was not possible to control mythe flagon of liurgumly under his arm, and, self longer. AsforCcci, bes.it for a moment, telzini it" from him, 1 ran buck to the Albizzi his rye Marilig out of his head with race, Palace, and hurried up the stairs to the room and ins white heard fairly bristling. He orupied liy Corto. Although I had been ni"" from hi sent. aay barely half an hour, that was sufficient "& ti,!nor' Donati, this is jour nnsr-rr- , tirt.e to make a change for the worse in the t it? Look to )ourself, mint noble excelsick girl, and I became aware that the end reach. lency, for those I servo have lon had begun. We tried to force a little of the 1 here is, however, another thing we have to wine between her lips, but she could not shall be obliged by settle before 1 ko. rallow, and now, Instead of lying stili, kept TO Zin CONTINUED. your paying me the sum of three crowns for toning her head f.oui side to side. Corte removed rent, and other services due to the excellent waa undone. He cculd do nothing but stand "You will find some difficulty in persuad- Messer Nobili." at the head of the bed, in mute despair, as ing him to give it a Christian burial." KISSED BY BISMARCK I was overcome with shame, for I had he watched the parting soul sob its way out. "How! Is hea heretic, or n pagan if so!" not tho money. I went towards him. "Shall I send the Way Is "I did not My that. I lielieve the inu, to "You c.i n lake this furniture," I said, "it An Inlerrallnar .Irriinnt nr Ihr forn priest!" AVhlrh the Iron C'tinneellnr will pay my dues." changed the countenance of be mad. If everords said CecL "I will see him Hundred n Veteran. Ceci smiled grimly. soari, mine did. His eyes fairly blazed with think he will yield to reason. Poor child!" "1 do not with tn be hard on you, and anger. sj?1 be blued out: "No, signore He went out, and down the stairs with the you know the punishment for debt. Z will 1 had reached Ilnmburjr nfter n most this ii a priest's work pray if you like, but step of a young man, and I marveled at the no priest comes here." disagreeable trip ncross the Atlantln contradictory nature, which could show thr I had, as' all otl.trtncn have, frequently Incessant storms at ken have bud cf affliction, at the railed upon Uod, sometimes in idle blas- kindness it had towards to remove andfe'Iow feet tijvou the ordinary mortal. When, same time coldly plan a serious phemy, but neve n an occasion ao , one has seen trunks during elfiht this, l'ray if I liked! I had forgotten creature from the world, as one removes a as ith from with a touch of nnd bags pliiylnf what real prayer wm. Impelled by a power hud Ceci's a tree, had also remindedthe knife, words me again llul one nnother, and everything; fnn a I could not resist, I knelt down and tried to of Corte's need. I stood at the door listen nponp;e to n coat jumping Imnglnnry form somii woids to reach the Most High. ing until his footsteps died away, and knew Cut they would not come; I could only feel hurdles In a steamer atateroom. Urn he was gone for the night. Then I pulled them, and I rose again and took my stand out my purse, and looked blissful steadiness of n hotel on laaci. at its contents; girl. by the dying Invites to rejiohe. I wns, therefore, not gold crowns left, and a few She btraa to talk now in a rambling man there were two nt nil Impressed by the need Pauls. I hesitated ner, and with that strength which comes of the man upstairsfor a little, but the mine. jiortler of n large Hamburg at the point of death from somewhere; her Drawing off my bootswas greater than so that there might be hotel, who evidently thought that I Hud voico was clear; but with a metallic ring. anil no sound, stole up softly, like arrived that Saturday rvcnlng fnm It ia not for me to repent the last woida of gained the I landing of Corte's a thief, Thu room. America for the exjire.sn purposa of ene who ia now with her Uod, but 1 gath door was partly open, and 1 stood before it ered from them n story of trusting love, of isltlng Hismnrck next dny.- to wrong and dastardly crime. And for a short while, half afraidgently.enter. infamous "Mister must visit Frledrlclisrnh zf Plucking up heart, I crept in The Corte sliaok like a rjanch in the wind, as the dead girl lay with kSunilny morning." I told him "MIsIt" her hands crossed on her words came thick and fast from the lips of wns tired, nnd did not care wiictlierllm his dying' child. After awhile she became bosom, still as if cut out of marble, and on pope or the czar lived next door mid in. (Jo stilt that we thought her face was fixed a sad little smile. Corte still once head was tho table; "had" to lie seen: what "Miater" wanted she had passed away; but ahe revived on a sat on a stool near L&uus, and his ha given buried between his he wna aleep good, honeat, straightforsadden, and call-i- out: dog lav usleep way to silent ward sleep, not the Imitation slumber "Father I cannot see I am blind stoop in a corner. Idespair. toThe proffered the meant have down and let me whisper." which wna the nearest that eould bo gold I had with me, as a loan to Corte, but "I am here, little ono close quite close I did not dare to address mm found while afloat on a tossing ocean in bis grief, to you." tteamer. "Tell him I forgive. You must forgive, So placing the coins quietly on the table in such a manner that when bo raised his beau The poor portlcr was aurprised, nonPlacing lbs comaqulstlr on the tabls. W promise." he plussed; but Jic had his revenge when, Corte pressed hia lips to her damp fore- as must ree them) I withdrew as noiselessly I came, and reached my room without at the next morning (Sunday), I rang my head, but spoke no word. tracting any attention. It waa not until tho take the furniture back for two pieces, al- bell at seven o'clock, and Inquired uf tct "It is bright again they are calling me small hours of the morning that I sought my though it haa deteriorated by wear and tear mother! Hold me up I cannot breathe." couch, for my mind kept working on the to the value of a llorin, and you still owe me the timetable to Frlcdriclmruti. Corte sank on bis kneea with his head be"Ah. It would bo difficult very dlffl one piece. See, signore," ami he suddenly tween his bands, and passing my arm round thoughta which agitated me after witnessing changed lua tone, ockct your pride, as cult for mister to nee Illsmarck. Th. the death of Corte's daughter. At tho same tie poor creature I lifted ber up, and the time, I was able to see that this considera many n better man than you has done to fill Rhenish provinces would have the diij spirit passed. In, the room there was now tion of the suffering of others was of the his purse. It is but a stroke of your sword nnd the reception." a silence which waa broken by a we want, and here are ten gold crowns. na I heard that it would bs As aob from Corte. He staggered to bis greatest benefit to me. It took mc out of 'Ilcgone! I cried, in a rage, and starting mvself. It showed me that my own were difficult, my mind was lmmcdlntr.lv fset with despair on hia face. not the only sorrows in the world, and that up laid my hand on my sword. Ceci instant- made up; I would certuluty go. "She said forgive!" he exclaimed. "Man, ly drew a dagger from his girdle and faced you have aeen an angel die. This is the work there might yet be others who had reached Nature him blrascd many of uswttik me with the hijhest courage. We stood of ef a priest, of a pontiff, of him who calls a deep was misery as far below that of Corte each other for a second, and then with that doubtful quality which In the verbelow mine. This led me on to as his himself Vicar of Christ Go now, and leave laugh he put back his jioniard. nacular wo describe by consider my own position, and I began to ate with my dead." "I will give you time, he said. "A whole ovvcr What we cannot get we vvnnt, think there was some mysterious I took hia ban and pressing it, turned to was preventing mo carrying out my week- - and now leave you to tool. Adieu, mid what Ilea ready before uh we the door. Aa I kloscd it behind me, I saw that of reprisal against D'Kntrangucs. I most noble excellency! plan An ripple or n pencil gnlnciKbj Certe bending 0"r the still face of his child, had come to Florence t on his track. the scnllngof n lofty orchnrd wall will, sad tho little dog, throwing up his head, At our very first meeting he had won tho CHAPTKIt IX. wo imagine, tastu sweeter than llin howled piteously. hazard, and the long illness that followed THE MAnZOCCO INN. fruit to which n pleasant path has lid. gave him chance to put n distance between An old vnrrlagu with n hungry-lookinI tried every available means I could think us; then my resources diminished whilst yet CHAPTER VIII. homo took ma to the Million, and nothing was done; then came tho doubts of to obtain employment, to no avail, and, in THMFTATION. as to whether I was justified in my action; the intervals of my fruitlcmi search for work, hoon I was cooped up In one of the little t hsd looked ipon death before; I had and finally, and not least, there was in men haunted the streets and gardens, with the railroad compurtmentH, Hpeedlnj hope of obtaining another glimpse of Anaeen the plague strike down its victims in an haunting desire to see Angiola, as I called toward tho Meccn of (Icrmnny. hnnr; I had been in the bell of a sacked her to myself, once again. I was pulled by giola, but without success. Inch by inch distinguished-lookinTwo gentletown, when men, woJien and children were different strings. J here was what I railed my resource diminished, until they begiven to the awotd. On the breach at Arc conscience, urging me to give up my chcmcs became so small that a blind beggar would men fcat near me. One, n wliitc-linlreBismunden, dead, dying and wounded were of revenge; there was the wild animal in me, have hardly thanked me for the gift of giant, n veteran who lind heard bullet Inter piled bremt high, when we stormed our way, telling me to go on; there was a feeling tothem. I lived in constant dread of Ceci re- - whistle nt Sedan, na I through the fog of battle, into Malatcsta'a wards a woman, which I had honestly never apjiearing to demand the sum I owed for on, carried n wnr medal wrapped In a stronghold. Btiicken down at Ban Miniato, experienced before, which, despite my strug- my rcut, but he did not come. Ilo was evi piece of uewspnper In bin pocket. In 1 saw, in the dim night, the death hunters gles against its aparently hopeless folly, dently giving me time, starving mc out t spite of hia modesty, he afterward reat their fearful trade, and heard the dull was entirely overmastering me, until I did surrender to his terms. I Used to sec him as 1 ceived n hearty hand alinke from III blows of their daggers, as they murdered not know which way to turn, and to escape went in nnd out, sitting in his officulikeu Tho other, n no less Imposing-lookinsome helpless wretch, sometimes for the from it all decided to leave Florence at spider, )ct ho never even lifted his head as marck. man, n t reus are In bin way, for prize of a tag of gold lace, sometimes for the once, and then altered my mind again, when 1 passed. 1 hated, almost feared, going by sheer pleasure of slaughter. Lying unable to 1 thought of the plot I wished to thwart, that door. Ilittctly did I regret not having he wns one of the very few I have mel move, by good luck concealed in a hollow, and determined to make a last effort to do left Florence when I was able. It wns now on my travela who spoke enthusiasticalamidst grass which stood a yard high, 1 saw this, and, if possible, to see Angiola once impossible to do so, unless as a defaulter, anil ly of New York nnd Chicago, wai a' man killed not ten feet from me. lie rose more before I left. At last I went to sleep, tho weight of my paltry debt oppressed me. kissed by HlMiiarcM lloth.on their reto his elbow as the fiends approached, and waking very lute in tho morning. Bo sound as if a cannon ball were slung uiound my turn, were delighted; for tho honor ol railed for water. Hut it waa not water he waa my slumber that when I awoke I nctk, I could not leave until I paid it, und hand bhnke or an embrace Is reserved no prospect. 1 tot. How he struggled! He cried for thought at first that the events of the night of doing this there mercy, and I can still see the wretches as were nothing moie than a dream; but they had pnrtcd with my douk for money to buy for comparatively few. Frederick W Wcndt, In St. Nicholas. they held him down. A bag soon forced themselves on me in their real food, but tho laat copvcr of that was gone. placed her knees on his chest, she looked ity.and the fact was emphasized by the sight mid I was now penniless. I'or two days No Niiarx Hours. towards the sky for a moment, aa if invokof the odd pauls, which wcro now my all, had not eaten anything but a morsel of ing a spirit to a sacrifice, and the moonlight lying on the table, I gathered these up, and bread, and on the moniing of tho tliiid day .Mr. Hayseed (arriving ut city hotel) 1 roto desperate with hunger, and prepared hone on a face that waa hardly human. proceeded in search of Ceci to ask if he had I a'pose I kin hear the gong her Then she stooped down, and with a relent- made any arrangements for the burial; but to go to any lengths to satisfy it. 1 ate my when it rlnga for dinner, can't I? less band plunged the knife she held into her he was nowhere to bo found, and, as I could ktlf iKtciin and made another attempt to Clerk We have no gong. We havt sco 1.A Palisse, but whs denied admittance, victim's throat. Hut all this, which should not bring myself to sea Corto then, I C to 11, dinner from IS save bsrdened my heart, did not affect me ta breakfast on fresh air, a diet which, and when I came baik I actually hesitated birakfast from 0 as the scene I bad just quitted. After all, however wholesome, was, I found, certainly before the door of IV a office, and almost to C, supper from to 11, Mr. Hayseed Jehoshapliatl Host made up my mind to vicld, and say I would bat I had paused through waa done when not satisfying. 1 went to the Oricellari the blood waa high with excitement. Here, which were at that time the property do his business for him. It required an ef am I to git time to tee the city? N. Y, however, waa another thing. I had watched of the Itucellai. Here, within the city walls, foit, so low had 1 sunk, to rouse my pride, Weekly. the end ol a being beautiful and pure, who one found a forest, and under tho shadoof At last it flared up, and, with a iheck hot wm born to adorn life, and yet what waa her the huge trees a more miserable being than at my weakness, I sought my chamber and At (be Vxudevllle. story f Fallen Into the banda of an (near-a- myself could have spent pleasant hours, and there passed tho day. Tho pigeons that "Yea, I lost my watch In the rlvel dvil, outraged, and then cast forth perhaps gained contentment of mind by ob- lived under tho wives opposite my window, once, and It kept on running for sever, Mavded, to die like a reptile! It was too serving the beauties of nature. It waa here and to whoso soft cooing I so often listened kofribUl burely Cod must have slept whilst that, after the death of II Magnifico, the with pleasure Kfuie, now aroused other jears." "The watchT' Jbla was dona. Surely the after life ought to l'httonio Academy moved its sittings. Hut thoughts within me. If 1 could only lure , ... . t V- . I I "Nah. The rlver.-Clncl- .jnU Ed one within .reach! Dut it was Impossible, ym vu wr, ui an inverse proportion to ner , the gentlemen who composed it discussed good i'nntr, tod and I gUreii at them, they fiutlutd and qulrcr, ttsTarisfs w Wrtb. Uut why toy such In- - tbelr philosoji'u willt li-f1 fitriion on one to bxIplm?Myrtmofrnyi tcries, and I cannot solve it. And yet she was able to forgive. At tho las she could condone. What were my wrongs to those rhe had endured? After all I had health, strength, and the world was wide. Why waste my time in running after the morbid shadow of revenge? If I cot it, would it sat isfy? Would it heal my wounds? Thinking In this way, called to mind a sermon ol the Trior of tit. Mnrk'e- -I heard when last in llorcnce. I came In the suite of I'anlo VI trill ag C'itta del Caitcllo, and nt the time Savonarola had left the Duomo, nnd was preaching at St. Mark's. His subject was forgiveness, and his text, "Vengeance is mine, sailh the Lord," came liack to me with a virid force. I rote from my seat and paced the room, my whole soul wns on the cross; I had all but resolved to forego my H heme of revenge, when 1 heard a knock at the door. At first I did not answer, but it was repeated. "Conic in," I cried, and Cecl entered. the state in which 1 was, I had half a mind to bid him brsone there and then, and only controlled myself with an effort. I could cc, however, that, in his way, he had formed a friendly feeling towards me, nnd, remembering my plans, forced myself to greet him with .civility, and offering him n scat the conversation. "That was a strange finish to the speech," I said, in allusion to thu death of the man at the hands of the moli. "He na a fool, and deserved to die." "Do you know his name?" Ceci hesitated for a moment, and I saw he was lying when he said .No. "I gather," 1 added, "that you are of the Iligi, the party that favors the letum of the Medici." "Signore, I spoke words in my excitement that may well be buried. An old tnncur like mine should have known to be still; but it is not that I have come to speak of. Do you know we have a death in the house? "'I hat would be no new thing to you." "True," he said, stroking his white IxNird, "they die here like rats in their holes. "1 suppose so; but as a matter of fact I did know there was a death, and a very sad one. I know Mathew Corte, but how have )ou found out so soon? "It is nitntiii. I rnme.luirL lint n fetrmin utes ago, and although it was late, thought I might call for the rent of the room Corte ocupies, as he has not paid anytliiiuns vet When 1 came in, Corte simply pointed to the loly or Ins daughter, that was all the reply I cot. She was very ill when she cime: I wonder indeed she lived so leng. Of course. 1 did not press him, and if it is a loss, Mei-e- r Xobili is rich enough to bear this. Hut it is dreadful the way these people owe. I winced n little, thinking of my own di minished purse, and Lcci continued: thought I would come nnd sec you as 1 went down. It is on my way. The body must It 1 1 even the unfortunate who wishes to gain peace of mind in sylvan shades should have a full belt. This fact obtruded itself more rind more strongly on me, nnd I could obtain little relief by the expedient of tightening my avvordbclt by a hole or so. Therefore, in despair, I good as to look after themselves, and disbursed a half paid in something to eat, after w hich 1 felt able tn face the prospect of future starvation with a more serene mind. I passed tho day quietly, nnd in the afternoon IVci came to tell me all was ready for the burial. He gave me to understand that Carte had listened to reason in the matter of a priest, although I never knew what arguments he had used to effect this. The funeral was much as other pauper burials, and when it was over wo walked lack together. On our return a man accoatod Ccei, who, he said, was his nephew, and they went off together on some business. Had I only known what I was tn lie Indebted to this gentleman for, shortly, I should have observed him with greater attention. As it happened 1 gave him but n imssitn glance, catching a climpno of a paleface, with strong, clear-cu- t features, nnd keen, bright eyes. Corte and 1 were now alone, and, rcsecting his grief, 1 said no word, nor did he seak, ns we threaded our way lck. Near St. Mark's, Corte suddenly seized my hand, raised it to his hps, and then, turning, lied down a side street and was lost to view. I attempted to follow, fearing that sorrow hud totally unhinged his mind, already n little oil its balance, and that he would come to injury. My attempt, however, was without avail, and I returned home to disprove the proverb which falsely says that he who sleeps dines. The next day I was again favored with a to visit from Ceci, and after some allu-iu- n the funeral, he once more broached the suIh jeet on which he had sounded me before, ami asked for a definite reply. I Kavc it to linn left the bruutlciof nature tolcso without hesitation, 1 1 flirted with rsrh other, wllh the boner; ryes of a rat balked of her prey. At last I enve it up and with a curse flung myself on thirty my bed. Fool that I waal Kive-anyears should have brought me wisdom. I hid stayed on in Florence, allowed my chances ol revenge to get more distant, in tact, rracnni a stage of mind when I waa doubtful if I could rightly exact vengeance, drifted into nbject poverty, and, wot so than that, was continually thinking of a woiran, who, when I had rendered ber a service, treated me with contempt, who had no doubt forgotten mc by this time, amidst her duties, if she had nny, nnd her pleasures, of which I doubt not she had store. So the evening came amid't and, it my reflections nnd being dusk, I decided to go forth again, and anateh a purse, if necenary, to obtain food. As I rose an impulse I could not control and made me unfasten my monry-Mtsearch if by chanro there waa a coin within it. Of course there was nut a brown copier. 1'ut my lingers, in running up the belt, touched something hard, and pulled forth. attached to its tag of red riblxui, my rna .)( Ht. Limit, which, it will le remembered, I had placed therein for safety tho ni;!it I was imprisoned in the ilia Accolli I had clean forgot it in my troubles, nnd now it lay in my open palm, with the diamonds in it winking in my face. My whole frame trembled with excitement. Here was the means of freeing myself from debt at time. and of obtaining funds to quit Florence, nay, l'.tiropc. At the lowest computation its less than forty worth could not have waa wraith to crowns, and this at pre-cmc. What with the effects of the want of food, nnd Jlie sudden discovery of the 1 begnn to feel weak all over, and, Hinging the Imilsc on the table, sank dnnn Into a chair liefuro it to comoso mjsclf. The oom was almost dark, and I sat staring at the jewels and at the dismonds on it, which sparkled through the gloom. That little trinket was linked with the one great event ef my life. All the at came vividly i rr my excited brain. was again in that dis eratc retreat of Charles of Frame up tut valley of the 'lam, with the army of the league in full cry IkIiiiiiI us. The old Trcvulzio commanded the rear guard, disputed every inch of the road, and now nnd again stood boldy at luy, and gave a taste of his tusks to the duke of Itari, and the fins ccntlcmcn of Venice. It was at this moment that liodcngo (Sonsaga made his dash ftr the height above the junction of the Cena nnd theTaro, Trcvulrio saw the movement ; h waa powerless to help, and knew- - that if It succccdid all was lost. All the tune I was ul his hndle hand. "Knle for jour life," he said, "and tell tin king that." lie Hiuteil to the black linn of the infantry of Spain moving towards the heights. I was off at mice, waitins uo second bidding. , 1 nt cloth Aas exchanging experiences. clergyrntn. It wsi a mininlrrs' club meeting, and t'll Inappropriate. " You T' ' UMiaiM.B. 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The Clever llnif at n Prmrh llfflrtf When In a Vers Atelmnrd Mtitnllnn, ... . . nrnvcry iin n military enicrr It a com- ; ninnplnre virtue, since no iiuin U lit to be nn odlrrr unlets lie possesses It. lilt presence of mind In Krent ilnnecr m n rarer quality, nnil tlir olllcrr who MiMfMci It needs only cipiHirtuiiltr to bring lilm distinction. (!rn. tie (lalllfet. tlie French mlnUtrr of vnr, nml tlie moat eminent living French general, possesses presence nf inlinl In n high degree. During the wnr 1 lwo month. Inter the near at hand. eoniiuuiiin commnniter fell' Into the fllory. "That glory may dwell In onr e nil mi. or linllifrt. who gnvr lilm hla land:" Ood'a glory,"the manlfcit liberty in iigrrculilc remeiiibrniice of nf God tabernacling tlilbly among the Incident. Youtira Companion. tbem a of old. gray-lirnrde- d pre-enr- II. The Ataurance of an Aniwrr Va.8-1V.8. "I will henr," or "Let me n n prisoner. He the lieiitennnt hear," "what the Lord will apeak." rode nwn.t. The lie etrnuiit'n hore Pence, "tor He will apeak peace: great word which um up and com. truck Into n pnllop. now on!" palled Calllfet. "Don't prUea all ele." I'erowne. "Hut let lei tliriu think we arc In n hurry them not turn again to folly:" The they'll know what'a tij.J" folly of aln, Idolatry and all erl. r tlie two ollicera wnlked their Salvation. V. 0. "Surely Ilia salva liorsra out of ranKe .. the insurgent tion I ulgh them that fear Him:" How riuea nun rrjoiiitil Uielr ciimniiind ever dark the night, the down ruut be tlie commune, (Inlllfct once found himself, at the Hergrrlr liridgc, Turin, Mirrminded on Hirer side by the insur Kent nnlltinnl gunrd. He una nccnni imnled by n lleutennnt only, llernard ii iiiircoiiri ny nniiie. Hsrnpe una Im posslliir. 'Hirer thousand nntioiiiil gunrds liml their gium nlmcd at the two olllrera. "We ahnll ncrrr get out of thla nthe!" aalil the lleutennnt. "Well." nld (InlJIfel, "pcihnpa not. um i iiiiiik we siinll. Follow ue!" Onlllfet proceeded to rldr nt n alow irot directly townrd the Insurgents J reaently the comiminlM cniiiiiiiinder, a ninn in n white beard, evident It' not a soldier by occupation, stepped out uun runeu: "What do you wnnt?" urn ...iti.. priircrtieii lo make it iiiuiiri tcrcii In n somen lint grandiloquent inniiner. lie prcleliilcil Unit he had come from Prealdrnt Thiers. I rencliiiien," he snld, "listen! Khnll II be penre or war between Pnrla and Versailles? Minll we not hnte nrnce? , i.a.i oonn jour nnna nml nil will be will. If you persist, It la war to the ilcntli! I rriirlimen, chonsrl" A ureal clamor ruse among the In iiia. i nc rniiiiniiiiigi pomnianilrr Kike up. iio iinik to I'reaident Thiers," he aid. "and tell him It la war!" l go: m(I tialllfel. He wanted nothing better, n hla "mission" waa n pure accident, and he wna ua good or uui.ukn TKXT.-Th- ey that tow In tean nan reap in joy I'M. JZSt I. IlKAD Jtretnlah II. PLACB IN IIIHTOnr.-- Th exact ilatf of these Paalma la unknown, but they In aplrlt lo th lone period of the re. i urn irom ine exile, covered by Kara, N hciuibii ana r.stner. KXI'LANATOIIT. I. A Prayer for Help. SSl Tltle.-F- or the Chief Musician. The ,en,,cr tlie e "' In public wor,1,lI. n"", rolychrome trnns- late "For the Liturgy." "Theaomof Koraht The name of one of the choir, tnkrn from the fmnoiu Kornli, one ol Datld'a chief miialclana. but n now we hnve the Handel and Haydn noclety, and apenk of the Bon of the Ilevolu Hon. 7. IBpeelally Arranged from I'tloubet'e Notes, n ' "h Flrat there I n... ... 'K or what (lod had already done for tliem. V. 1. "Thou bait been fnvornblf unto thy Innds" Shown by bringlnc "back thecnptlrltyof Jacob." Thl wai a most marveloti event. Thl graclom deliverance waa a proof Hint (V. 2) "Thou host forgiven the Iniquity of Thy people:" Lnnccled it, oa nn account of debt I canceled, or taken away n a heavy, crulilng burden. "Covered all their lni" Illotted It out of lght, cov ered It with a mantle, ko that they were In Uod alght a thoae who hnd nevei Inned. Second. We have a prayer for mon or the nme blcailng. For their re pentnnee had been Imperfect and the outward blrxlng were therefore ol neceliy Incomplete. Therefore thej pleaded what Ool had already doneai n rraaon for naklng more. V. 4. "Turn u," or turn to u (It. V. margin), tetore u (Polychrome). "Angeri" IIx preailng "a mixed feeling of grief nnd Indignation. Alexnnder. V. 5. "An ger to all generation;" The time of trlil and tribulation teemed o long. n If there were never to lie an end! ,6. "Quicken u again;" Give ua new life, n the field In the apring rain and unhlne. V. 7. "Orant u Thy aalva Hon: ' From aln nnd departure from a grateful remembrance A TVfil Indian Harrlcaao Recently travelled up and down the cout at will, upaet all calculation!, and acted in an Tha Owner Triad lo Reonomlse, Hat entirely dillerent manner from my ether Her Effort Met wllb Fear lorni, oomeumsa aytptpalaacls In tha tarns way. It refutes to yield to trettmeat which rnl nranlla. hai cured almllar rase. Then Hottttter's This It a plain, unvsrnlihed itory ol t ruomacn imiera mould ne liken, It will a cure tpeedlly and niturally. It hat Isdjr who trimmed her own hat. Slit Wit endetvorinc to economize and con- cured ttomich doublet for half a century. Try it. ceived the brilliant hies that by purchasing the trimmings and the frame the could Catchlntr t'n. tonttruct a hit that would be quite si hideout a the ordinary or extraordinary mil"I your town growing" nked the linery creation and at much Irat coit, So Pitttburgh man of a on the the mide a doren or more trip downtown cart. "Well, no; I can't lay It's growing," was and flnillr hid inhered together a trunk full of bit of ribbon, iteel buckles, gsuie, the reply; "not growing to tpeak of. but (lowert, birdt, fiber ehamolt, bolts, nvett, It is improving in tattei tight along." "You mean that the people art attuming barbed wlra, varnish, bicycle cement, gab vaniied iron, lincruata walton and all the a higher ttandard?" siDiular Ingredient! of a woman'a hat, "I do. tir: yes, sir. We now get bmanat with a feirful and wonderful frame every day from Cincinnati, and live out that looked much like a wire watte basket of tlx groreriea keen shredded codflnh and after a tug of wir with a ateam engine. limburger cheese. We don't look for any Then the haunted the dinnlay windows and building boom or influx of atrangers, but we'll hold our own and gradually work up changed htr mind something like a thousand timet regarding the manner in which to electric doorMla and oyiters on the half shell." Utica Observer. he would trim that bat. She tewed on and ripped off the birda so often that they looked much bedrsggled Sun of the Slek Room" and were, indeed, very birds, but ahe finally aucceeded In assembling the Is the spt description of 8wsnson'i "5 It haa aaved the public, in less hat and then, ahe waa going on a visit I?roB.' five years, more money than the nato her mother and aiiters, who lived in a tne small city, she wore the magnificent crea- tional debt of this country, when you meastion, calculating that thev would o into ure the value of health restored, suffering convultlona over her hat. And they did. J humanity relieved of its agonies and diseases. Money which otherwise would have ' " u iaeu nerseversi limes ana " enured her of tbeir undying love her moth- drug "Penned in luneralt, doctors and bills, loss of laW, etc. Swanson' "S who is a wlte womtn, with a keen sense er, props ' never fails to care. It has cured and of the proprieties, bade the elder of the un it curing millions of people afflicted with married aittera ring for the carriage. "I sciatica. tn so glad to see my dasr daughter," she acute and chronic rheumatism, thins, la grippe and catarrh of tsid, "that I muit bur her tometnfng. Now, n.'u.?'., all kinds. It will cure you. Try it. you drive down to the millinery store and bottle $1.00, tent on receipt of price, buy her the prettiest hat there before any rhargra prrpaid; sample bottle sent of her friends aee her." free, on receipt of 10 cents to pay for mailAnd after the economical daughter had Rheudeparted for the millinery ttore the remain ing. Agents wanted. Swanson'a ing member of the family fell upon the matic Cure Company, 101 Lake St., Chicago. floor and screamed with laughter, lor they knew a good thing when they aw it, even A Lack of Capacity. if they did live In a Jay town. Chicago "Itn't it wonderful that one tmall head Chronicle. can carry all he knows!" "Ko. The wonder is where he stole sll SOLDIER KNEW HOW TO W00. he thinks he knows." Cleveland Plain fellow-travele- r Large-siee- HAT WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL. THOUGHT-- WOMEN GAVE little thought to my health," write! Mm. Wm. V. Dell, 330 N. Walnut St., Canton, 0 to Mrs. Pink ham, "until I found myself unable to attend to my household duties. "I had had my days of not feeling well and my monthly sulterinc;, and a good deal of backache, but I thought all women had these things and did not complain. "1 had doctored for some time, but no medicine seemed to help ma, and my physician thought it best for me to go to the hospital for local treatment I had read and heard so much of your Vegetable Compound that I made up my mind to try It. I was troubled with falling of the womb, had sharp pains in ovaries, leucorrhooaand painful menses. I was so weak and dizzy that I would often have severe fainting spells. I took in all several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and Dlood Purifier and used the Sanative Wash, and am now in good health. I wish others ratlaftalW I to know of the wonderful good it has done me, and have many friends taking it now. Will always give your 6. medicine the highest praise." . . vonai. 71 -- "I ' ' a ton St., Philadelphia, airs. a. i olle, 1940 Hil- Pa., Dealer. Thee. at ' Xyw " ' bjp . . truth . . . rlglitcoumes Theae are the four cardinal Healers Take IJnlil Pleeea at peace: virtue of Chrlat kingdom. "Met to Par Value Wltlmul gether . . . klaaed ench other:" All WrUhlna. the virtue are together In harmony, nt If your IS, tin and $tO gold plccei they alway will be In n perfect char are worn amooth, aliow iibraalona, or acter. V. 11. "Truth prlngeth out of otherwlae hnte nn uppcnrniK'r which the earth, etc. letrny a condition of underweight, Promerltv. V. IS. !And our Uod don't uiy them to the butlueaainau who hall yield her Increase: "The bleiln keepa n pair of coin acnlca. He will of prosperity nre promlaed a the vltlble welk'h the colna nml tlpure them down reward nnd algn of God fnvor. V. 13 to Rrnlna and frncllnnal pari a thereof, III. A Paalm of Thankaglvlng forthe then hand you the change If there be V. 1. "When the 12:l-4- . any, or exactly the difference In the Aniwer. Lord turned again the cnptlvlty of mount due. Zlon:" Or, a margin of It. V., brought A Chicago bank recently aent $30,000 back tlioie Ihnt returned to Zlon. "We In pold coiiia to the fulled Statea uh- were like them Hint dream:" I. e., o lynx-e.tctrenaury and the k'oternment unexpected and o wonderful wn our ttelk'hcra there dlacotcred coin the redemption from the exile. V. S fnce vnlue of which Bk'Rrc;ated J3.000, Laughter . . . tinging were the but which were umlerwelKht. Tln)lij;li natural expreadona of joy ntthla won Uncle Sam mlnta k'nld coin and tiirna It looae for kciiitiiI clrciilntlnu ninon the derful dellterancc. "Then aald they among the nation member of hla big fntnlly, he la not looked on nntlona:" The wonder, that and recofiilred the euoiigh to make allow acknowledged Inrk'c hearted that there itiuit have mice for wear nml tear. If tnndal been an Interposition of Divine power. clip nwny the milled eilcp of a coin V. 4. "Turn again our captivity," or, I for profit he considered no better turn again to u our captives, the numTHE MARKETS. nml no worn- - than the wiuare man ber of their brethren who still re whnae only offrnae la In ttenrtnir ottny , CINCIUNAH. exile. "A the stream in the . !. otix, H Cs t lie, common.! j 01 the ruin Vy keeplu It uiniliifr or by mained lu The V) U south:" south wns the general ui i UI uiM rnttllnir it In hi xicket with idebelan term for that plain which stretched B5." tur"Od light.. S 4t 0 VI IIOOS Cuarseand heavy, , 1 Ml a 4 iu liver nml peiiule or n liiiurh of key. Mixed packers 4 Id SC 4 ) I he other day n New irk man, In outhwnrd from Jerusalem to the edge I.lsUl tblppsn. 4 16 O 4 Si co 3U 3 Hi paying hla bill nt a Chlingo hotel, ten of the Arabian deBcrt. In the heat of SHKKl'-liol- ns I.AMIIS-Kprl4W U' U summer it Ilea parched and barren, the KUlUlt-Wln- u-r derrd pnper currency nnil n putrui 15 watercourse dry, not the smallest rill redH :t pold piece. he cnahler promptly ." No. 3 trickling over the hot stones, ctcry u0 weighed the latter and wna .ibout to COKN r mixed remnant of vegetutiou withered. Hut Oau-t make a deduction for ahortnge, when when Ilje-N- u. 1 the w Inter snow begin to dissolve no the gueat Juat iik promptly nakrd for n an n upon the mountains nnd the Rprlng I'IIOVtMl)NS-M- 10 choice. .... .... os jorU return of the coin, He anld he would rain to fall, soon Hie parched ground UUT'Klt'-Cho'lc- a aio get rid of It clM'whcrc, dairy II IU. 19 ii.iicc "There are not mnny firm Mint become n pool. The channel nre AI'I'I.KS CuiiIch 10 fjniy... n ft !),' weigh gold money," Mild n I.a SiMIe filled, the stream in an Incredibly short J'OTATOKS-l'- er I 4) W I M brl. ... .... I the wlldernct into a fruit atreet banker, to whom wn rclnlcil tbo tune comer CIIICAtia Incident of the Xrtv Yorker nml the ho fill field. Thua the exiles prny Hint their 3 ft) a 3 7a Sred..., ;i HI 7.'!i tel caahlcr. "Kxperlcnced bnnk teller brethren may return n the btrcanis No, 14 n 7j flow down to the south country In the COK.V-N- o, 3 Cblcaiio siirlng and other money chiiuger can tell nt t O 3I OA'IS-N- u. S spring. s SS once by the nppcnrmice nnil feel of lHlltIC -- Wen 7 15 O 7 W IV. A Grcnt Promise for All Time. gold coin whether It be abort In weight. LAUD aieam ' .. U 120:5, 0. The prayer of V. 4 I Joined The law gotcrnlng the weight nnd line NKW YOlilv. an expression of faith, a claim on 3 O) O 3 W lien of the coin of till country Kiiys with lutein WHKAT-Natres 70H that the atundaril weight of one dol the promises of God In nature and In Ills COHN-.- d SiuUcJ U 40, lar In gold ahnll be ZS and eight-tent- h Word. V. S. "They that sow In tears:" IIVK grnitiH; the cpmrtrr eagle or $'!, "Not fnr from the Utcrul fact," ns when O.VIS w Mixed ', roitlC-Ne9 S5 in,H the Mipply of grnln "Is so beauty thut LAItli- - Wuurn r piece, Ol'l gruliiaj the UlU plrce, 77 grain; the hulf cngle, to nte it for sowing la almost to take 11ALT1MOU11 or live dollar piece, ISO grnlui; the the bread out of the children's mouths." 1'I.Otm-Kuin- ltr 3 15 O 3 7J Shall reap In Joyi" There nre no OIIAIN Wlieai-- Nu engle or the sud..... II is 71', piece, 2SH grains, ,, houilit'in 0 tears now, but only the shouting mid nnd of the double engle, or $:'() piece, 3D Outs Nu '.' nblle the happy faces of the reapers ns they flirt grnln." O 31 o. 1 Other bankers an Id the practice gather the full ears. V. 0 Is a magnified CAVI I.K I'trst uuullly 4 ninong bualnraH men nf weighing gold picture or the same scene, and a re- - HOUi Weirrn7. INDIANAl'OI.IS. coin wna not gcnernl, n few per-a- enforcement of the same promise. Nu to to ! led ever thought off directing nuapi-clo- n Though be gosth on hi way weep Corn- - Nu. S mixed Oats-N- o. except In Inatniice where the coin ing." i mueil allowed plain mutilation. LOUISVILLE Chicago j'HACTICAL. UOVIU Winter inlent 3 45 (I Tiibune. The Old Testament history la ever Il UltAtN Wlieai-- N 71 Jrcd .. it iu ,,. , I urn M iscd s lustrating the principles of God's Location of t'lopln, (lull Mlll'd ts 84 I with Ills people for all time. I'OUK Me s , 41 8 Oil now known to be located I'toplu LAKD-blcIt t 6J nt Orau, In Sweden. The community The sowing In tenrs ever precedes tun In the eon rue of n generation hold lie reaping In Joy. It Is true of the 11,800,000 worth of tree, and by meaim Christian life. The cross cotnrs before of judlclouH replanting lia provided the crown, the discipline of life before for a similar income vtery 30 or ID sainthood, the labors and cares before of tlij cummer- - success In doing good. There Is no roy yrura. In Will wealth there urc uu tnveti. Itnll- - al road to the true I'uradle. rb as w sen maai way, teleplioneti, etc., lire free, ami to are kchoolhouae. teaching it ml many Destiny Is Cod's sua ripening the other tlibgn. tjclcutlllo Auieriruu, bsrvett ot our toning. r losseVby light coin. The Cardinal Virtue. V. 10. "Mercy ! , d of Toledo, k Co., doing businesa in the tell you," shouted the old gentleman, County ana State aforesaid, city that aaid content. I I'm not tha man i inn win pay mv aum ol Une and , ., . Hundred Dol hearing but one side of it. I don t believe rannot be cured by the u of Hall li.tarrh ihr. St. ev.,r. ,..MJ'r or "1" V7 Cure. ?"U. J. CHKN'EY. e"' 10 Vluch for.,nit' ,,u5u fiorn to liefore FRANK subscribed in mv mo an.l Vi' i... ' preence, this Cth day of December, A. ! . i ."i.::-iJ A, V. CI.KASON. nun marcning oracrs ine next time ne N'nlsrt- - l'uMic calls." lall'a Catarrh Cure is taken internallv ami "Hut. nana, see how straight he walks acta directly on the blood and mucous surand what a trim figure he haa. And he has faces nf the system. Send for teatimonials, told me about lots of battles." flee. F. .1. CHKNKY 4 CO., Toledo, O. "Itotb! I here haven t been lots of battles Sold by druggists, 73c. since hts wss big enough to fight. I tell you Hall' Family Fills are the belt. that he's a false alarm. I'll t.n him vet I 11 bet a house and lot that he ran't rn Let t's. through the manual of arms." Let us thnn he up and doing. "Hut he can. He took a cane and show ed With a heart for any fate. me the whole thing. It waa just grsnd." Throw away the rat; you're chewing-- . What in creation dn you know almut it: Hither fish or cut the bait. You couldn't tell the difference between a Chicago Tribune. 'richt shoulder, shift.' and a MmiliU unrl' Did he enlist from Detroit?-- " To Csilltnenla via tbe Midland Itonte. .No, Chicago. Every Friday night, at 10:35 p. m., a "O. of course, some biz eitr w litre it would take time to look him up, lie's a through Tourist Car for San Francisco, carrying first snd serond clais pjssengert. fraud." Do listen, nana. He knows all about leaves the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul I inn f'UI...,. t'ninn I ..on irmw uiativii. vua.kv, ..,.w. you grand army people, and ) that jou're llailu-Athe hncat, bravest, most intelligent mi'itary via OniMhs, Colorado Sprmgt and Salt Ijikc privileges at Salt Lake men that ever kept step to life and dium. City (with He like beans and coffee for cold lunch, t'hy), for ail points in Colorado, Utah, and every night he waa Lire he turned the Nevada and California. The Tourist Car berth rate from Chicago nguis oui si ten juu mini lorce ot nabil. "No! And he ssid that about us vet 10 can rraiiciito is only so.uu, aim me sleep- ne-a lew erans, ell, I'd have a talk with your ing car iierius snouid be davs in advance of departure of train. uoiucr. lc i run rree 1 rcss. Through tickets and sleeping car accommodations can be secured from anv agent Woman anil the Antomnlille. in the east, or by applying tbe Chicago, It haa lonir been acentifira!!i' ilrmnr Milwaukee & St. I'aul Depotat or City Tickstrated that a woman rannot thiow .1 stone et Oflires in Chicago. straight. It now appear that she steers an Send for our free illustrated California automobile the wav ahe throws n atone. folders. Address Ueo. If, HeafTord, There are awful possibilities in the near eral I'attenger Agent, Chicago, III. Genluiurr. a waiiiuy Hike can tie dodged liy .... n . l.l- -i ; iiiit,K.. I.,., m hbiiiiij aui.iiiiu- IllKR-r-r .'u, Sinn Than Wlllielm. bile baa a horror all ita own. N. Y. Tress. "Der Kaiser," said Mr. Dinkelspicl, "may ne ilhelm der Groste, but, by chiminently, Something for n Goiter to Learn. I am Vilhelm der grocer alretty, Hein!" The Golfer You must acknowledge that Ir.dianapolia Journal. It requires a great deal of skill to drive a Dan iuu yards. OUInhomn. The Farmer Kothina- like the skill re Ita wondsrful resources and superior admitred to drive a pig CO feet. Stray vantages to are set forth in tones. a handsome illustrated pamphlet just Issued by the Frisco Line Passenger DepartHe Hadn't Seen It. Rollingttone "Have ment. Copy will be mailed free on applicayou ever seen the sesshore! Droll "No: ....' . tr ii. .11 my raruiiigs are inI tion to llryan Snyder, G.IA.,St. Louis, Mo. niiuiu vested down there, though. My wife goes Longevity- - anil Content. ocrjr summer. vnio oiaie oournai. Lazy people are criticised a good deal, but they generally lead long and nappy lives. Alas! the Mixture. "Where did thst Somerville (Mass.) Journal. get her (icculair accent!" "Why, you child aee, her father was a Dutch comedian and Tlir Heat l'reerl;itlon fie Chills ner mother a singer ot coon sorgs.' Fhila and Fever a htittlo ot Gnovr.'s TSTiari delphia North American. CntlJ.ToNic It simply irnnnndqulnineii Ft1(O..Vk nii-nutiisielcsvrnrni Nn. , , I II not irlve , rar "t Marin Won the Young Woman'a State or Ohio, Cut or Tolxdo, I I.tCAS COUNTT, Consent, He Dacceedrd with Frank J. Cheney make oath that he is the the Veteran Father. senior partuer of the firm of F. .. Cheney I "I "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was very thin and my friends thought I was in consumption. Had continual headaches, backache and falling of womb, and my eyes were affected. Every one noticed how poorly I looked and I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. One bottle relieved me, and after taking eight bottles am now a healthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140 pounds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout" writes: mwmm last 1 .veir f .rviJT aanaBi y ,,.." " 1 . a . ..t TTTTTTJ tTTTTTTT.a. TT'M1a trtTtltTT r t I I I I I I t i a.j a I I I I' H : JOHN M H lYTHCO. mammoth .cji 150 to I66!v I ,, .. ,. .. li-Genuine White House Cook Book i r 'T . stop-ove- r T , X f 1 I White HouseCook Book t at a price never before Cheese, Sandwichea, bmelste. heard of as additional proof Eggs, Broad, BIscu.BoUs.Mnt- taxes, ihat tt nav tn senJ vii Tarta.x.st. CnLarda. Creams. I null orders to thla house. serta, lee Creams, lees, Paddings, Canned Frnlts, Jellies. FreserTea, We moreover expect to Confectionery, Coffee, Tea, Bevenroll thousand of new erages. 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"There is always something frigid to me about the atmosphere of a hank, aaid De Vere. "Well, that is rtrobablv because th e.v jlwayt deal in cold rash there," observed "i'Mji uiiuiMna .iiiriii iniencan. I could not cet alonz without Plan's fur. for Consumption, It always cures. Mrs. ii. C. Moulton, Necdham, Matt., Oct. 12. 'Ui. 1 "ere Dr. lulTi fills Xisw sure Dont Rent Zfysftftia. COUGH Refuse substitutes. SYRUP Get the genuine. Cures all Throat and Lung Affections. DrBull'sN A Trial, to far $C 25c. Hid I SI 1 al 5B7-s- ? aeaa 1 lltc-iloll- 1 OltAlN-WlicJl- -Na n-i- t ai ESTABLISH HOME OF YOUR OWN A 11 N'a IIAY-l'rli- iin a;a 1 FI.OIJU-WlncrM- tent U1IAIN-Whrat-- others, and ton (ilobc. F.vrrv man abutes the fnnl ilnr(rinr nf is faithful to his own.Atchi- l'UT.MAM FADKt.l-N- & the fastest and briihtest colors dye stutf. Sold by all druggists,. 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P.?, ONE OF THE GRANDEST OFFERS EVER MADE. l!fS1irlnB Kntlleaa Clialn Stnrcti nM)k from their prooer, wIU each ohUln one large Ida package 0f iTt I eoiiM-qtiene- e jam . at ai an n aaeari m m as aeeu Lei aeev ae aeeei su at a at at asai miasaaiianatiBiBiviaaiai To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Pries BOa Where Love is, (here God is also. (Continue! from lot wrtk.) Stcpnnuitch departed; and Mar(ln Mrs. Frost is hoping to find people poured out tho rest of tho tea, drank it up, put up tho dishes, nndsatdown in Cincinnati and other cities who again by the window to work, to stitch will pay a good prico for real home and good homo-spuon a patch, ilo is stitching, and at pun linen, lindsay and jeans cloth. The tho same timo looking through tho window. Ho is expecting Christ, and College will buy nil such products of is all tho while thinking of him and fireside industry thnt may be brought his deeds, and his head is filled with by students at tho opening of tho winter term, Dec. 13. Let every loom the different speeches of Christ. wore bo kept busy. Here is a chance to Two soldiers passed bj: one boots furnished by tho Crown, and provide schooling for your children. tho other one, boots that ho had made: then tho master of tho next house, Coiieeo mil. passed by in shining galoshes; thou a Oct. 20. baker with a basket passed by. All Farmers nro busy sowing wheat. passed by; and now there, came also The new Methodist church is by tho window a woman in woollen ing completion and is a beauty. Hearstockings and wooden shoes, She Colored Teachers' Association will passed by the window, and stood still meet at Norris' Chnpel, Saturday, near tho window-case- . Oct. 21. Everybody is invited. Adam looked up at her from tho There is talk of n telephone lino bewindow, sees it is a strange woman ing extended from Waco to Collego poorly clad, and with a child: she was Hill, which if effected will bo of great standing by tho wall with her back to advantage to tho business men of our little Tillage. tho wind, trying to wrap up the child, Oct. 21. The wedding bells rang and she has nothing to wrap it up in. at " Maple Front," tho beautiful counThe woman was dressed in shabby try home of Mrs. Annio Griustead summer clothes: and from behind the Thursday evening, Oct. 12, announcframe, Adam bears tho child crying, ing the marriage, of herdaughtor.Miss Lena, and John Orider, of College and the woman trying to pacify it; Hill, son of Rev. Hon. Frederick but sho is not able to pacify it. Orider, tho popular preacher and legAdam got up, went to the door, as islator. Miss Lena is the eldest cended tho steps, and cried, "Hey ! daughter in the family and is a most my good woman 1" The woman heard estimablo young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Under will reside at College Hill. him and turned around. "Why are you standing in the cold J Dreyfus. Oot. 20. with the child! Come into my room, whero it is warm: you can mauago it Quito a large crowd from this place, attended the show at Richmond Monbetter. Right iu this way." Tho woman was astonished. She day. Mrs. G. K. Kindred and family, of sees an old, old man in an apron, with Valley Viow, are visiting relatives spectacles on his n06e, calling her to hero this week. him. She followed him. They deMrs. Emma Pennington who has scended the steps, entered the room: been seriously sick for the past two the old man led tho woman to his bed. months is slowly improving. Mr. William Maiipiu, of Waco, and "There," says he, "sit down, my Rhoda Pennington, of this good woman, nearer to the stove: you Miss tho guests of Miss Sallio place, were Jones can get warm, and nurso the child." Sunday afternoon. "I have no milk for him. I myself Rev. Jas. Lunsford filled his reguhave not eaten any thing since morn- lar appointment at the Christian ing," said the woman; but, neverthe- Church Sunday. He will also preach less, she took tho child to her breast. at Mnllory School House, the fourth Saturday and fifth Sunday iu this Adam shook his head, went to the month. table, brought out the bread and a Misses Sallio Jones, Rhoda Pennpoured ington, Rosa Ballard, Mattie Young, dish, opened the oven-dootook Flora Bengo, Rosa Riddel!, and into the dish some cabbage-soup- , out the pot with the gruel, but it was Messrs. William Maupin, John Jones, not douo yet; so he filled the dish with S. C. Young, Will Tisdale, Vettie shch! ouly, and put it on the tablo. Bitter, Joo Riddell, Ulliert Riddlell, He got the bread, took the towel down have been attending Prof. Adam's from the hook, and put it upon the singing school of Whites Station. table. "Whe'n our boys were almost dead "Sit down," he says, "and, eat my from whooping cough, our doctor good woman; and I will mind the gave Ono Minute Cough Cure. They little ono. You see, I once had chil- recovered rapidly," writes P. B. Bell, dren of my own: I know how. to hanArgyle, Pa. It cures coughs, colds, dle them." grippe, and all throat and lung trouThe woman crossed herself, sat bles. S. E. Welch, Jr. down at the table, and began to eat; while Adam took a seat on the bed near the infant. Adam kept smackGlover Rottoin. ing and smacking to it with his lips; Mr. Isaac Dean is sick. but it was a poor kind of smacking, Mr. and Mrs. Edgecomb went from for he had no teeth. The little one here to McKee" still cries. And it occurred to Adam Some of tho citizens met tho to thi eaten the little one with his fing- Baptist Church and organized at Taya er: he waves bis finger right before lor Club. the little child's mouth, and hastily Wm.'.T. Powell and family, Mr. withdraws it. He does not put it to Sheriden Baker, Mrs. Daugherty and its mouth, because his finger is black, others went from here to the show at and soiled with wax. And the little Richmond. Mr. Geo. C. Moore, candidate for one looked at his finger, and became Circuit Clerk was meeting friends quiet: then it began to smile, and and brother pollutions hero, WednesAdam also was glad. While the wo- day. man is eating, she tells who she is, Gen. Taylor is to be the guest of T. J. Ccyle on the night of the 25th. and whither sho was going. "I," says she am a soldier's wife. and will be accompanied from there by The Kirby Knob Taylor It is now seven months since they Mckeo the 26th, where ho willClub to make a sent my husband away off, and no political speech. tidings. I lived out as a cook; the baby was born; no one cared to keep Millions of dollars, is tho valuo me with a child. This is the third placed by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harris-burmonth that I have been struggling Pa., on the life of her child, along without a place. I ate up all I which sho saved from croup by the had, I wanted to engage as a uso of Ono Minute Cough Cure. It I atn cure all coughs, colds ari'l throat no one would take tt too thin, they say. I have just been and lung troubles, S. E. Welch, Jr. to a merchants wife, whero lives our little grandmother, and so they promised to take ua in. I thought this "Bright Shade was tho end of it. But she told mo to Oct. 20. coma uoxt week. Ami she lives a Borx. To Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith, long way off. I got tired Out; and Wednesday, a girl. It tired him, too, my neart'a darling. Andrew May had a largo fodder-Frida- y Fortuuately. oUr landlady takoa pity stack burned, on Otter Creek, on us for tho sako of Christ, and gives night. Us a room, else I don't know how I Frank Wngertt and others talk of coming to Uerea tins winter. should got along." M. II. Frederick, and M. Smith Adam sighed, and said, "Haven't went to Manchester Saturday. you any warm clothes?" "Now is the time, friond, to wear Tho memorial of Mrs. Porlina warm clothos; but yesterday I pawn- Smith was held at Ogle, Sunday. ed my last shawl for a twenty-kopeJas. Lewis foil off his horse, Thurspiece." day, aud dislocated his shoulder. The woman came to the bed, and The home of n man named Robin-sotook the child; mid Adam rose, went of Goose. to tho little wall, and succeeded iu few days ago. Creek, was burned a finding an old coat. Josoph Smith is going into "Na!" says ho: "it is a poor thing, stavu business. Making staves the is yet you muy turn it to some uso." leading industries one of The woman looked at the coat, in this section. tho looked at the old man; she took tho While on a drunken spreo, Friday, coat, and burst into tears: and Adam turned away his head; crawliug un- narvey Smith was thrown from bis leg, der tho bed, and pushed out a little horse, and had hisbroken which was a second trunk, rummaged iu it, and sat down broken last spring, time. Tho doctors decided that the again opposite the woman. limb would have to bo amputated. Tt U fm'(ui.) bed-cover- C. I.Ogg of Berea was in this vCopy for thin Department mutt reach the nl icinity last week taking pictures, tor on F.tunlny pirrcillnu iltr ol Unit. M. A. Holcomb will bo tho Princi- The Counties. Hldell. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE SCHOOL. Klltnl ty Mm. rui II. Yiktm. Icn ol tr Nornul Pfpurtmtnt. Collf. What is called for when wo are asked to define a word? Wo all Madison County. Jackson County. g, wet-nur- se Clay County. k u, In conversation with n prominent Consumption is a disease caused by know what is meant in tho schools by little rod shaped germs, which aro fnrmor recently on the subject of tile learning tho deflinltions." It is drainage, I said "Yo'll have a go, d easily seen with a microscope In the memorising a list of words anil their deal of land on this farm that would sputum (spit) of consumption. bo greatly benefitted by tiling. synonyms, or a set of words Intend Wo generally think of consumption to make plaiuer to the child the word "0, yes" ho said, "I think thero Is as being in the lungs, but it Is not aldefined. no doubt of thnt but T do not wo how ways there. It is found in the iutest-iueSpradllng. Will any of you, teachers, underI can afford it. Is not tilo draining bones, neck, and brain; in fact Oct. 20. take to write clear definitions of twenty very expensive? Won't it cost moro Rev, J. W. Doano was elected words that wo uo every day? I most anywhere. Cows hnvo it. To than tho land is worth?" let you seo how common it Is. one out trustee for this district Oct. 7. wish that yon would honestly try to Many others having the snino imof eight deaths is caused by consumpThomas Bailey, jeweler and opti- write out what you moan when you pression it seems worth while to give cian, of Campton, passed through tion. Ono in three has it during his uso "pretty," "ugly," "happy," "pic-- 1 the following account of one peieo of hero Oct. 15. life. This is pro' en from records of our land. Geo. W. Fulks of this place has turo," "chair," "manly" "leaves," the hospitals of the world. Soon after we laid tho tile Iu tho just returned from a visit with his "tree, and "home." When you firit think you havo con daughters in Lincoln county, Ky. We think it au easy task for ouri lots fronting Main Street in Beroa a A. H. Stamper and J. C. Fulks, of classes to learn definitions, but oven sumption go to u uuvit doctor and body of business men wero discussing find out for sure. If you havo it, the Campton, Ky., have been canvassing a i i ti i....-a paper ndvocating tilo draining as for tho Goebel ticket in Monifee Co. tl)cst thing you can do s to live ill the constancy in labor, one means of advancing the general Weed Hall was shot by Marion open air as much as twssible and take prosperity of tho state, and our mod Toliver on Saturday, Oct. 7, and what does ho know more about tho all the exercise you can in tho ox-death may ensue from tho wound, real meaning of the word as used in and eat good wholesomo food. There est xcrimcnta in that line were alwhich is iu tho nbdomen. luded to. A citizen well known in his lesson? is no euro discovered for it yet, except At the election hold at White Oak, this end of Madison county thereiion Do you believe that your pupils are Morgan Co., on Saturday, a man lenrning anything of real valuo when that of living in tho open air aud eased his mind something on this wise. breathing it deeply. Most cures adnamed Reid shot and killed a man "Tile draining may bo all right iu named Burton and wounded two or they are spending their timo on such vertised are humbugs to get you to some place but I know those Berea "Thon three others. No particulars aro ob- things as thesoT I do not. spend your money. Tho air of a tainable at this writing. College fellers were what are definitions for?" I think it fools for high, dry place is best. That is the is very well to havo them given after stwnding tho monoy they did in drainPresident King, Farmer b Bank, each lesson as a sort of dictionary to reason people aro sent to Colorado, ing that plec of ground of theirs. Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's which tho pupil may rofer, but you became it is high and dry. They never can gut their money out But if ono erou who lives iu the Little Early Risers in his family for know that often and often the meanof It. The land ain't worth it." years, bays tney aro the best. 1 hose ing is in no sense made plain by the house has it, the others living iu the 'Pfcnt is a business proposition that house aro linblo to havo it also. same famous little pills cure constipation, explanation. we want to look into from a business But if you take care of that person's stand-poinbilliousness and all livor and lowel strictly. And this is what I want. spit, there is no danger around at all troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. We have just hnrvented from one 1. Wo need very retdom assign for the others. Always raako the peracre of that ground 1!U) bushels of definitions as n lesson. Estill son having consumption spitiu a dish first rate K)tatoe. People near hero The reading is the lesson and any- containing water and carbolic acid. Locust Dranch. know how similiar laud product as a thinif thnt will hum tint rpnilpr in If you can't get tho acid, boil this A large poison snake was killed in , rule and I think will agree that 50 llncierstanii .,.. i. of value. , i mm .1 water aud tho dish ho spits in, every Bowen Gentry s well. bushels to the acre is a high enough us make out little slip of I day. ' Heat kills theso germs. He . Mr. Joo McGuire died some fowi . on i nvenige for the potatoes around Berea. eic. days ago. His widow is sick with parw uumucreu i, ,o 0Q W(, mt eacu wnw one oi tue more uti- - I his hand kerchief unions ho . whero But let us Ik) liberal and say that tVDhoiil lever. , with good cultivation 07 bushels . , . , ., ., , Mr. Buckles, who is running a hmll words in tho lesson. Then as ,, ""i might have been raised without the sawmill nt this place, will move his tho numbers aro called- ,- papers have ' oeeu iiisiriuiuru to ino ciasn, nor. in mill to Richmond. liTe. That would allow the crop to tho child having the, This spit which ho throws out Tuesday there was a largo crowd set order,---le- t have been doubled as the result of called rise, 8IH11 his word tnln livo !;. So uiinn tliix draiuage, seed, manure, and labor u ui n i unginui "iu'ce. the . inim iiw it Lum. i urnam. U Iow.iemt ..ml tl.n germs orf no,,. r...: ti.. ww o j,,, the same. Thnt would leavu Some two or three pupils from this n,d ,et otherf) nr" ,,Iown everywhere and the rest of 1(7 bushels gaiued, to I credited to ,,ronoilrt, their words hi plaeo contemplate entenug Borea WOn,, for him to write, or sometiines the family broathe them. So he must what we invented in tile. These sold Collego tho win er term. ntence, all the class (to llse in .Ver spit on the Uooror ground whero at the market price of CO cents n bushWo can promise our winter visitors watching, the others aro liable to breathe the el any amount ot stveet iwlntoes and and brought us f 10.50. Let us sometimes take n verv com dry germs. green apples during the cold days. Our boys wero just learning to use mon word and havo the whole class When the consumptive dies burn or write a deflinitou. Trv apple." It tho spado thon and made rather slow "If you scour the world you will , isu't easy to mako plain the difference. boil all the bedding and clothes he and hard work of it, no we paid them never find a remedy equal to Ono between some of the common fruits. used, boil the carpet, and if the room by the hour. Some of them who have A definition builds a fence around a is pajvorcd, tear it dowu and burn it. Minute Cough Cure," says Editor learned how aro now digging us a Fackler, of the Micanopy, Fla., "Hus-- 1 word and shuts everything iu that Before repaperiug wash tho woodtier." It cured his family of La- - should be in and everything out that much cheaer ditch by tho yard and work aud floor well and then for a navea inounanus irorn suoiliu IX! out vjrippe turn making better wages for themselves pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all 1. And in place of so much drudg room 12 x 15 feet, and 8 foot high, too. However, those first drains, til, throat and lung troubles. ery for tho memory as "learning def- burn 3 lbs. of sulphur. To do this, initions" is suro to become, learn place the sulphur iu a pan, put some labor and all, did not cost us more S. E. Welch, Jr. than $40 an acre. something worth holding in memory bricks in bottom of a tub with water always. Owsley In other words the problem works Do you all know this little 'n it. Set it afire aud seo that th out about this way. Total crop 1. Buck Crook. room is tightly closed for 21 hours. poem by James Whitcomb Riloy. bushels at GOc. equal 181.00. Allow4.TI-1 !4 ' t. Oct. 20. uwi ua uigui ami no ligm, luu, Sunlight kills germs too. Always let there be plenty of sunlight in the sick ing half of that for an average yield Wakin' by yourself, W. E. Minter, of Groon Hall, was room. on such land the other half (10.50 With the old clock mockin' you hero on a business trip Tuesday. Typhoid fever which is a common should go to the credit of tba tile On tho mantlo shelf; Quite a number of persons, from fever around here, is caused by germs drainage and pays tho whole. co?t of In the dark-s- o still and black, this county, are attending Louisville's too. We will write about this uext You're affraid you'll hear Fall Carnival. it in the gain on this one crop. Of time. Somepin' awful pop and crack, Henry Baker and Miss Catharino course we're fortunato in this instance 'Go to sleep, my dear!' Rowlaud, of this place, were married The "Plow Ror Preacher," Rev. J. in the local prico of jwtatoes but figThat's what mother says, and then's Saturday evening. Kirkman, Belle Rive, 111., savs.'iAfter ured at an average price of 30o we When we aint afeardl Mrs. Endocia Winn had the missuffering from Bronchial or lung trou- still shall have made 50 per cent on Wunder. wheu wo be big mens, fortune to get kicked by a mule, a few Then nil we be skeored ? ble for ten years, 1 was cured by One the investment. " foolishness" days ago and received serious injuries. This shows the Soiuo night Mother's goned away, Minute Cough Cure. It is all that is Patriotism is still alive in this counclaimed for it and more," It cures of tile training in this particular inAnd ist in is hero, ty, judging from the number of our Will tho Good Man make and say coughs, colds, grippe, and all throat stance. We shall have other exboys that have joined the army to and lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. amples to offer at a futuro time. 'Go to sleep my dear'? " servo Undo Sam in the Phillipines. rOITXDKD A CHANCE FOR The school eloction at this place ISM KVKUVUOUT off peacably and quietly. W. Ea8sed was unanimously elected Over SO teachers, 700 students (front SO states.) IJest Library In Kentucky. No Haloeni. to succeed L. M. Garrett as trustee. PBA.TTTvrFTTTTS: James Andrew Scott and W. R. Howell, democrats, Hpoko to a largo For those NOT sufllclontlr advanced to get a teacher's certificates and enthusiastic crowd at Boonoviue I. Trado Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing -- two years. Tuesday. Both wpeeches were well II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and tho advanced courses. received. For those sufllciently advanced to get a teacher's ccrtldcato : forestry, etc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, A pleasing incident of the past IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, etc. two years. week was tho marriage Tuesday of V. Normal Courso for toachors three years, with practice teaching. Mr. Dock McPhorsou, a prominent VI. Academy Courso fouryears, fitting for Collego, for business, and for life. young man of tins place, to Miss Dora Isaac, tho pretty young daughter of For those more advanced : VII. Collego Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Adjunct Departments : VIII. Musio Reed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. datnoH issac, ol tuts county. Tho , IX, Beroa General Hospital Two years course in tho caro of tho sick. happy pair have our heartiest congratulations, Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not a monoymaking institution. Its Instruction is a It aims to help thoso who vuluo education and will help themselves, and charps a small incidental fee freo Kift Withers. to meot expense of thu tchool apurt from instruction. Students must also pav for their board. Expenses for term Gathering crops is the program in (12 wtH)l(s) may bo brought within $21, alwut half of which must t paid iu advance. Ibis vicinity, Tho hchool is endorsed by Baptists, Congregntioualists, Disciples. Methodists, Presbyterians, and good pooplo of Tho debating society of this place all denominations. For information orfriendh advice addren the GEO. T. FAIItGlIILl), LL. D., Heron, Mndlsou Co., Ky. is progressing. to the wife of Tom Martin a Born vory lino girl. MO Frank Mtillins is vory low and has :u MOM f IBAO been sick for a long timo. VilOPCAItlUT lOIOIMSlrflMONACMIMl t fit pa i mi J if t juur rCMfDll-l- l r hvtvt lice Lick. Xil MvrMlUaalLalMlMl.atlarflf a rI Clara CummiugH is visiting hor sis Oct. 20. MMt MURitor, ter Mrs. James Mtillins. Sp&cltl Offer Price 115.50 iau'tihm writf ljLvut ,oittifrlat)t will kiHlfrffiiibl cLary. J. P. Mullins sold John Msgeo Mrs. S. A. Buruus is still very 111. reau for etrtihoni Me. ClUlTTHNtl VOHTH THAI It will rvturo s .MIS) it? u jm an not three hundred and fifty dollars worth M. G. Frost on, infant sou of David fttrirn twai,n4 loaruwft HmLUmiI tr 4Mf utUflfrJ. .!, ol timber, Preston, died last night. lo.ou. Itl.vO $Is.mb4 . ft urt Nj in r UlllA.li rth Jiftor liLftk 4 abu IT tillllUft It Mti Alfrod Owens and James Mullins Sarah Reynolds, wife of R. W. riFyVAWE OF IUHTATIQN9 V aro preparing to move n saw mill to Reynolds, died Monday lust. i oLgu.lur witU t,irljUM.ik.M Utf, r tlattuttU,o(Ifia Whito Oak Branch. H. S. Thompson, a hustling young IwbmIi. WrtitMMfrt4 I htrtf 4 leers mrv.lthU aad We, who are taking the Citizen, en- picture agent, is with us again. THE BURDICK ; SX.Vt.Vr.rir?,,V,,a LtUUK MtlUlU mill, ftltll Till joy it well, and wonder why more of The telophono line between Crab unit ur inn. liftda r Ihftfi rr, bii I bin m Id turret. this place don't take it. Orchard and this place hasbeou comlrMNtb Bl Material Mate? Tiuk Mullins, who hus a son work- pleted. SOUP QUARTER SAWED OAK ing in Clay couuty, received nows M. G. Reynolds, our merchant at a r(r tMt u4 i,u ili iftd it pHtf lr u ii. it tut ul raVek.IlM ulltrui.altti fu'l U lo an4 brail In War fur that his son was soverely wounded. this nlacj has gone to Louiuvillo to awlnir. 4 ftaff traptra. Itleei 1M aarUlM tnms. arvl. tahlnl. arft UtttftdUKtaV urtlnlfaLlMlflnUb, ftiet Dkll drmwtr pIU. itwunnfuur buy his winter stock. catUra, aIJuUt la trratfla, irtublfia Hnilk Irvn sUnd. riaMt laraa Nl inn kaJ. ! vaiuuriuoii' f t'l. Mif lhradiu vlbratiP vbuUlv, aiitmfti Oliver Wallon preached an interestJoseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me., Unaloii aiatl tottiti wliulvr. dJuaUbla tarltttr. paUnl thutll lltwrtur,luifmwilla Imj lar. carrier, patcni hrl. aUJufUbla praaiura fnot, ioiru?U ing sorinon Suturday night at tho cured a sore running for seventeen tatnldirMguartl. a '4l smiwiii mrtrm araasaaiea aaa miivivu rUe a i4 wtrt alfktllHnaa. GUARANTIED UHk(falralM. Baptist church. Atery aUaaaaMal U faratUt4 antl uir UlMaMilaaa4a. la years and cured his piles of long laa ran tiut tioa iiuok u uium nawi nf ono ran run It nn4 do oltkar pUIYf S, A. Barues has sued Geo. klnl uf fancy wurk. A IOTara AUalag Gaaraaiaala aanlwlth trmrj macnLnaw standing by using DoWitt's Witch for J600 damugo for driving IT rnCTC Vnil MfiTIIINR Uaaa4ftaiUalAUMMftla.romtaro It with thuao voar itonkMwr aalia ai IHM la " ' ,WM "w Hazel Salve. It cures all skin dis- over him while on tho nojn. and lltn If return from tU.no, RiTllH Oik annflnood al any yunno aiaaavlbtc UM to yon aaypay yuvr Irtifhl anat tba 915.00, tbl tMn Inrao munika uuaxDw MUaflod. 9AMA TUMI. fla. If S, E. Welch, Jr. eases. Stanford Tuesday. DOM'X DEJLAY. fnaaia, Klurk AcoartbnmMi)iv rilal4a. KdlWr.) MitHt, SEARS, ROEIUCK & CO. (Ino.) Chicago. III. pal of tho Burning Springs School this winter. Ror. Miller of Barboursvillo is holding n revival at Burning Springs this week. Wo have a few Goebel men in this neighborhood but many of them are subject to n change beforo tho election. THE HOME. Ktlllnt tjr C. W. (loiii.li, Junior linn ol Itniii MHI.nl Colltir, Chimin, Illinois THE FARM. Kliltfil l.jr g. C, MiKiH, rrolmor ture. lirt Collrgr, l Horticul- Germs of Consumption. A llu mIbcsm Proposition. Wolfe County. s, ' n t, County. 'or ..'... ....... 1 rt lx.-in-g , County. BEREA COLLEGE stock-raisin- Vice-lreiide- Pulaski County. SEND MOWEY 8sA?S -- (. U- JI 1 ! - 1 ! . 1 i tmWJ!&!: mm -- A