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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 1, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899110101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 1, 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. UBSCRIBE TODAY Clrcatatloa, 1000. The Citizen. Dtroted to tlw Interests of tbe AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 00 c NO. Hie, School, and Farm. tTur 20. VOL. I. DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, ruhlUhttl at the KHlnpt ol tkt KDITOK unit MANAOKIt. offlca nl . PERSONALS AND LOCALS. Elijah Logan is sick. Dr. Davis was In Richmond Thursday. Harry Blazer was in town Thura-da- A PROCLAMATION OF . ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Boys Fine Season in Men's Letch Walker is very sick and his recovery is doubtful. Made . troml Fnrorablo reports como of tho rlau mntt otnller. health of Mrs. Mathony. Mrs. James Adams died Monday, IDEAS. , rightly made, alw.lutely VtTK areirtrrl to cloth Tm wllh th There is i bljr difference Imtween after a long sickness. Clothing In America. RUhllrniadf, a It l n( famou "Vital" llraml Miss Anna McBain has boon visitdoing a thing nnd doiiitf it well. r Iheonljr Clollilnt Tailored on atlrirtlr ali In rlfan, trell Tho way to amuse children and ing her uncle.Mllton Baxter, of Union Ixraiw th In.l.lp, the Trntllati'd workrootiu. I'erfwl AtlltiK ami koop them quiet in to give them omo- - City. IIIp ollhe garment, In rarrftilnew In making, rrpftwnU the "Vltala, tlieterjr contra. I to the tailoring arm In ining 10 no. II. E. Paddock was visiting Win. time and Ihouglit, and la a ilccldi-Clothing. Tlir Fahrlra that we how are the very newest A mnn who conceals wrong doings Hanson, jr., of Winchester, Saturday j nnllnarr rrady exclusively to iia. In tie face of I ilelxii that will lie aevii thin leanm, Many bocomos a Hhener In tho guilt of it. and Sunday. RICH MOND, KY 207 Vest Miln St IheaNite facta. The mott extraordinary feature cornlilnlnK our great offer l, that we If you do not got jour children in Thomas Francis, who has Insen ' ( an and do m'II our Clothing at school, in Sunday-school- , and in working for tho Kockcastlo Stonu Co., church, jou nro not doing jour dutj oi came home hnluruiiy. as a parent. Mrs. C. H. Cherrr. who has been Wo must get ready to olworvo the How can e alTonl to v ll mch hlli (trilc ( lothlnx for leu money visiting hor sister, Mrs. M. K. Pasco, Than elcwlirc. The remit of pood work- - and reasonable prices is that we now law requiring tho oople who In pure anil dimple: Ohm l a modern tore, conttnictwl than elsewhere? Our returned to hor homo in Newark, O., ' now have customers in all parts of the Slate own hogs to tnko caro of thorn. This trlrlly on progrcwlve plaii. our riothliiKl" aold on the amaltot margin of profit, When you tcant is a step in progress, and will make Thursday. II, the greater depending on a larga volume or hulnnu. The more Clothing we Prof. N. T. L. Nelson gave a hotter streets, better gardens and bet our purrhaaltif power the lotfi r our prtcea, that'a the tlory In a tor neighbors. very interesting lecture last night. in His subject, "The Heavens," was of The Wide World. interest to all. 11 us know and we will send you designs and prices The Iloers claim to hare 100,000 - - EGE3NTUOKY "I wouldn't bo without DeWilfs men iti tho field. 1,000 of whom are . Witch Hazel Salvo for any considers-tion,- " Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. said to be Americans. writes Thomas B. Rhodes, Several bridges belonging to Am- unieriioiu, u. Iniallinlo for piles, ... ... erican cor jKirnt ions in Columbia, cuts, burns and skin diseases. e South America, have been blown up Washington Letter. of counterfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr. At prices to suit the times. Material and wjrk first- - lass. bj inxurgimts. W. D. Embrco nnd H. B. Hunting Dewey is now iu possession Admiral OF Tho bulxniic plaguo has broken find adKy. the TiO,000 homo at 1710 Rhode Isout in Brazil. This is said to bo tho dress everything alright. Their is 114 North College St., New first time the plague has reached the Haven, land avenue, that was purchasod for Conn. Western Continent. BY him with tho fund subscribed by popDr. H. H. Hadon, Summit, Ala., A. P. SETTLE, Tl' British, with 12,000 men nro ular subscription. The house was REV. R. G. McNIECE, D. D. says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure occupying LndjMmith, which is QmttHuftl Jrwn ViM vrtk.) his own selection and ho is much Attorney and Notary Public, by 17,XW Boors, lod, it is is n good medicine. I prescibe it, 2. In reference to the teaching of said, bj Pre. Kruger. Tho Boers and my confidence in it grows with pleased to have a home of his own. Berea, Kentucky. hare some hoary artillery, and some continued use." It digests what you There is nothing seriously tho matter polygamy.not It may bo that the church is just now, in u formal oat nnd quickly cures dyspepsiu and anxiety is felt by the HrttiHh. with his health, though on tho advice way, giving instruction in behalf of Office on Mln Strret, In Mawnlc Dldx. uptaln. S. E. Welch, Jr. Tho Itocrs suffered sovero losses ut indigostion. of his physical! ho cancelled all the this doctrine. But we know tho James M. Ilncer gave an At Homo invitations ho had accepted, but he ofiicial representatives of tho that tho Battle of Oluncoo last week. !you church you Digests Clen. Fitz Hugh Leo snjs tho con- in his room. No. 22, Howard Hall, to finds Want GOOD GLASSES the strain of tho continual re- are publicly teaching poligamy over Itartlflclally digests the food and aids several of his lady friunds. The ladies dition of things in Cuba is verj bo sub- the state. To bo specific, at a con- Nature in strengthening and reconpresent were Misses Edwards, Burr, ceptions to which ho would vention of Mormon young people's exhausted digestive or Shultz, Jocobs, Doggett, Robinson. ject is more than he can bear. He societies on tho 14th of June, 1898, structing the latest discovered digestgans. It Is the NATIONAL NEWS J. D. Bridges. Editor "Democrat," needs rest nnd quiet, though this will one of tho twelve apostles, in an ad- ant and tonic. No other preparation, Now Jersoy prwwntod a sword to Lancaster, N. H. says, Ono Minute not interfere with his duties as one dress, as reported in two daily papers can approach It In efficiency. It In Sampson last Wednes- Cough Cure is the lost remedy for of the members of tho Philippine in Salt Lake City tho next morning, stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, day. croup I ever used." Immediately restated that "belief in polygamy is as Flatulence, Indigestion, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Nausea, lievos and cures coughs, colds, croup, Commission, of which all the mom-ler- s much a part of the Monnon faith to- Sick IIeadache,Gastra!gia,Cramps,ana The Dowej Homo Committee forbut General Otis are now in day as it ever was," and that tho all other results of Imnerfectdlgestlon. mally gavo orer to tho Admiral lost asthama, pneumonia, bronchitis, Prtparsd by E. C. D.Witt Co., Cljleaso. IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. Wednesday tho residence selected grippe, and all throat hikI all lung Washington, preparing their report young people "could not deny this for him in Washington. S. K. WELCH, .Jit. troubles. S. E. Welch. Jr. Uluxes that are not properly adjusted to your to tho Presidout. The state of tho part of the Mormon belief without at eyes are actually dangerous. I know It. ana Gov. Urndley starts this week to Tim aecchoft Saturdar in the Admiral's health has acted as consid- tho same time deny tho prophet you ought to know It. I will not attempt to suit Joseph Smith." LEWIS A. glasncs to your eyes until 1 kuow what Is needed. muku scches through eastern and chapel, given by Judge Buhiam and erable of a damper on tho movement Eyes examined tree. At another young people's confercentral Kentucky. 'Squire Coyle were fine ones. The to make him u candidate for the Presence in Logau, Utah, on November Medicine .A Nice line of Novelties in The new corporation formed by the Committee had not advertised it a 13th, another Kly. JEWELllY. consolidation of the Pullman and properly nnd many who wanted to idency, with or without his consent. polygamist, whoapostle, that notorious did all he could In conversation with uewspsper men Wagner 1'alace Car Companies, will hear them were not there. Ofiice nt Residence. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. to Congress of to secure tho election pass into tho control of tho Vander-hilt- s "I had dys(ep8ia years sinco coming here, he has reiterated tho polygamist, Roberts, is reported on Doc. C. and never found jwrmant relief till I his determination not to accept, and iu the puer8 as Baying in his adWashington officials are making took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now dress that he foil "to sustain tho O--O iilaus for a Pacific cable lino from I am well and feel liko a new man." has stated his platform to he, "no principles of the Gosiiel even to the speeches, no banquets,no receptions." extent of taking more wives if San Francisco to Manila by way of writes S. J. Flemming. Murray, Neb. Hawaii. Tho Navy Department will briug It is tho lest digestant known. Cures HANSON & PASCO'S It is reported that a Transval all forms of iudigestions. Physicians homo tho bodiss of tho sailors who A maguzino called Tho ImproveWe are prepared to do all kinds agout is in Chicago, getting recruits everywhere prescrilo it. perished by the blowing up of tho ment Era, tho organ of the "Young of Job printing at very cheap rates. for tho Boer army. Mutual Improvement AssociaS. E. Welch, Jr. few sample prices: battleship Maine, which were buried Men's is tion," edited by the polygamist, B. Here are a Pres. Frost left yesterday for tho at Havana, and they will lx interred $1 25 . McKINLEY'S 500 White envelopes PROCLAMATION. East to H. Roberts, who has just beou elected raiso money on tho Endow. I 00 Wa.uiisotox, Oct. 25. In his ment. Tho students and teachers in tho National Cemetery at Arling- to Congress. Iu tho May number of 500 Killed Note Heads 1 . H. C JASPER, M. D. 25 Thanksgiving proclatnation.isaued to- met in front of Lincoln Hall ton. After the catastrojJio a few of that magaziuo for 1898, Air. Roberts 500 Ruled Letter-head- s nnd gave s . day, Presideut McKinley says: 13 lines had an elaborate article, of nearly 500 150 tho bodies recovered were brought to him n good send-oft"- . MEDICINE ind SURGERY, 1 "Seldom has this nation had greater eleven pages, advancing and defend- 500 Regular Statements . 50 Office in Prauur Building, Richmond, Ky Lagrippo, with its aftereffects, an- the United States and interred at ing tho rightfulness of polygamy. 500 6x9 Hand bills . cause for profound thanksgiving. No 1 00 . Telephone (03 & 109 great postilcnco has invaded our nually destroys thousands of people. Key West, but most of tho victims The article closes with these words: 1 . " 50 shores. Liberal employment waits It may be quickly cured by One Min- repass in tho Christophor Colon Cem- "And tho fact of God's approval of 500 Business Cards . 1 . 25 UK)ii labor. Abundant croiw have ute Cough Cure., the onlj remedy etery iu tho suburbs of Havana. The plural marriago iu ancient times, is a 500 vUl prtjiaythr pn4tt on any one tht abort II V rewarded tho efforts of tho husband that produces immediate results in removal is expected to take complete defense of tho righteousness onirr or AO fmtn ritra, or on the tmall Anno biUt r E. B. McCOY, place of tho marriage system introduced by men. Increased comforts lmvo como coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneul bulncumrtU,,iernUritra. Onto mutt Ik pnid to tho houie. The national finance iiiuuin, nun inniai. irouiiios. ll Wll-- I next January, and at tho funeral it is revelation through tho prophet Jos- or In nJmir. Ifrif tht Copy VKR Y plaint). have boon strengthened, and public prevent consumption. S. E. Woloh,Jr. likely that iu addition to patriotic so- eph Smith." Mail orders carefully attended to. credit has bcou sustained and made Iu addition, wo know that the Bert M. Montgomery nftor leaving cieties and United Statoa troops, tho STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, firmer. In all brunches of industry I Berea last spring, worked on the lake President and tho Cabinet will church officials iu tho smaller towns Berea, Kentucky. and trade, tliero Imsliccu an unequal- I fivo months and then wont to over tho State are teaching nnd adJoplin, led degree of prosperity, whilo tliero Mo.,whero ho vocating polygamy in tho Mormon CENTER g and his father are Tho Navy Department is quito tabernacles, ut tho Suuday services. has Imhmi a steady gaiu in tho moral for lead and zinc. Bert ex- the church deals with all such with mid eilueatioual growth of our nation i)ect8 to enter n medical school ascer- an irou hand. Apostle Moses ThatchTho best way, therefore, next I short of sailors to replaeo thoso now tain tho position of tho to al character. Churches and schools Mormon er, with all his wealth uud influence. ART GALLERY I in tho Philippines whoso time has lmvo flourished: American patriotism Church on tho subject of jwlygamy f political C. I. OGG, Proprietor. Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill. N. Y ' nearly expired, hence tho battleship is by studying tho persittent man- was obliged to give up his to the has beou uxulted. Thoso eugsgel in independence, and succumb maintaining tho honor of the flag says. "I heartily recommend One Min-- 1 Indiana is to bo put out of commis- ner in which the church oiliciuls, by ' domination of hierurchy. Nothing But Tbe Pobots. with such signal success lmvo been ' uto Cough Cure. It gnvo.my wife sion, itnd her crew sent to tho Philip- example aud direct teaching, are Tho church has maintained more Best Finish at tbe Lowest Prices. in a largo measure spared from disss-te- r immediato relief in sultocating Astli-- 1 pines. urgingipon their own people in Utah missionaries over tho country tho past and disease. An honorablu peace ma." Pleasant to tske. Never fails! tho rightfulness of polygamy as a two years thau ever before - about has boon ratified with a foreign nation to quickly cure nil coughs, colds, diviuo imtitutw.il, nnd it vital part of 1,700 in nil. They have gono iuto DENTAL SUllOEItY. To the Voters of Berea. j with which we were at war, and wo lung mill threat troubles. their religion, ruth'r than by such uearly every northwebtern, enttorn . K. Welch Jr. nro now on friendly relutions with A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. smooth auil plausible statements as aud southern state. Nor lmvo thoy hou-ore- d Fellow Citizens: You lmvo every jwveroii earth. that which President Snow recently irono iu vaiu. For it was stated iu Tho College has just bought seven Smith Building, Main Street, mo by tendering to mo tho nomi"'I ho trust which wo have assumed , reuei maps oi published iu tho New York World the annual couleronco in &ait uiko v. raver, ot I'uns i nation for election to tho office Ilichmoud, Ky. of Po- tor outside effect. for the benefit of tho nooplo of Cuba , Ky., agent for tho Central School City last April, that thoso missionaries Urdilrnoe, NuUS, OltlOf , No 00. has been faithfully advanced. There Supply Companv, of Cliiengo. Tho lice Judge of Berea. Furthermore, wo kuow that poly- tho previous year had secured over is b marked progress toward tho re- mops are as follows: World, North! Whilti the nomination has como to gamy is a fundamental doctrine of tho lill.OOO converts. Thoy lmvo congrestoration of healthy industrial ami South America, Europe, Africa, me unsought, yet, under tho circum-- Mormon Church just us much as bap gations uud centers ot inlluiuicu iu under wiso sanitary regula- Asia nnd United States. On account i tism, or nuy other doctrine. Aim the many of the eastern uud southern tions, the iHluud has enjoyed unusual of this purchase they were given tho stances, I do not feel nt liberty to ro-- rejection of it as u doctrine exiwses cities, mid uro very industrious iu dis- fuso tho nomination and do hereby one to tho terriMo penalty of damna- 'bemmatiug thoir mischievous cdeinption from the of tho j limp of Palestine. DKAI.UK IN AMATKVIt Sf I'l'LIKS foor. Tho hurricane which swept accept ami cordially extern) to you tion. Tho alleged revelation on which sugar coetcd with Christian You uover know what fouu of blood plural murriago rests declares to each nhraeology. General Entoh of Wash-- , Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices over our now possession of Porto Hioo my sincere thanks. destroying tho homes and property of poison will follow constipation. Keep one "that ho must and shall abide tho Views about Jierea a socially. If I am elected, I shall try to faith- law, or he shall be damned, suith tho uigton, D. C, iu his most instructive tho inhabitants, culled forth tho in- 'tho liver cleau by using DoWitt's pamphlet entitled "The Mormons of stant sympathy of the people of the Littlo Early Risers and you will fully nnd impartially discharge tho Lord God." (Doctrino and Cove- , reminds us that the census United States, who were swift to riv avoid trouble, Thoy uro funious lit- - duties of mi incumbent of that office. nants, Sec. l'VJ, Paragraph l ti. of 1890 reports 1,0.18 Mormon com- -' All who kuow ino should know my spoud with generous uid to tho suffer- tlo pills for constipation and liver and The law here referred to is that up- municauts iu Nebraska; 1,100 iu Kan IkhvoI troubles. S. E. Welch. Jr. ers. Whilo tlx insurrection still con politics and do know that I never! holding plurality of wives. Aud uo husj in Wyoming; UVM in that it tiiiues in tho island of Luzon, business 1,510 in Michigan; 1,702 in wear party badges or buttons, and no' church otlicinl ever pretends doctrine a to ll A. M., ICIectlon Olllcers. is resuming its activity, and con (id has ever been set aside us a Colorado; n.IUXl iu Iowa; 0,500 in Ojjlce Hours, In tho election to be hold Tuesday, ono is authorised to say that I favor of tho church. Besides, genoral prae-tic- o Arizonu; 11,972 iu Idaho. In I'tnh I to,l J M. National Bank Huildiug en co in tho good purosoH of tho ''Goebel-eloctiolaw," of iwlygumy sinco Statehood was tho Mormons are about three-fifth- s I' idled Slates is Mug possibly estab- Noveuil)cr 7, tho election officer are Ooebel, or tho Iiiclimoiid, Ky. of on tho contrary I should feel that I j secured is quite notorious in Utah. us follows: lished throughout tho archipelago. the eutirp population, which is about Town of Borea. Isaiio Davis and could not conscientiously vote lor ino regard to tho present 2S0,IXX). II. Iu "For thoso reasons, and countless DESIGNS Tu be cWjm others, I, Win. McKinley, President B. R. Robiiibon, judgssj (5. 1. Ogg, nominee of a convention such as tho. strength of Mormonimii there is some (.' TRADE. MARKS ono held ut Louisville last summer is diU'ereuco of opinion. It is true that 0- Dodge, clerk. of tho United States, do hereby uamo sheriff; E. ANDCOPYRICHTS Geo, Xoluml, Kockluml, 0 suvn, UUIAINtU Berea Precinct. Clay Mnupiu nnd said to lmvo been, oven if it had beou there is u strong minority iu tho Thursday, the thirtieth day of Novem, TO PAlt'NiABlllTY A. Moore, judges; John Cade, sheriff; hold by the Prohibition party. church made up largely of tho young- ".My who iiuti piles iony years. uy AOVk In i luveultve Aic ' ber next, as u duy of general NoLlcd Thanking you again for your con- er meu uud women who are opposed Witt's Witch Ilazol Salvo cured her. Uook "How to obtain 1'atenU" prayor, to bo observed us T. R. RobiiibOii, clerk. Blue Link Precinct. Eph. Mitch-e- ll sideration, 1 ii in to church domination iu civil affairs, It is the best salvo in America." It CSargt' moderate. No fee till paUnt U accural. such by ull our people on this continLttraatncUrooDDdeoUal. Addrcaa. Yours Truly, and E. L. Robiuson, judge; John ent and in our newly acquired aud iu polygamy. And this is an en- heals everything uud cures ull skin ' 0. 8ICCER8. Paltal Uw,r. WitMngloaTO.C. S,E. Woloh, Jr. Jas. W. anW'nkle. Johuhon, sheriff; T. J, Osborne, clerk. couraging fact. Oil tho othor baud, diseases. TIIH CITIZEN, llereu, Ky. t and at Btrtn, AV, ni Stylish OLOTHI1TGI--1 " Lnweu-prlral- "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as , Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO I LESS MONEY anr The Berea Monumental Co. Anything COVINQTON & MITCHELL RIOHMOJID the monumental line Marble and Granite Monuments Bo-war- PRESENT ASPECTS M0RM0NISM JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Kodol what ! Dyspepsia Cure eat. I pros-irarou- Hear-Admir- bAvis, Berea, and Surgery, fifty-sovo- n ." Job Printing Dirt Cheap TO LIVERY. Bill-head- 9x12" Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. STREET pros-noctin- ,u I I I Trla-pliou- I condi-tioiis.nu- d I 1 BURTON, 1 I ( doc-Itrine- s, The Photographer, I To-dav,- " ! j J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, thauks-giviiigan- FREE A HERO. Its trends no gory bAttltfleUs. Wellington, or llonapsrte; He lends no Knights of Crlmon Cross, I.Ik a Itlchard of the I've of no exploit of hi. Not do even know his name. For round hit brow haa ne'er been twined The laurel wreath of fame. In fact, he'i Just a simple boy. A merry, gentlemanly lad. Whose honest heart nnd kindly words Must make the very impels glnd. The fearless glances of his eyes Candor and truthrulnrss reveal. And prove to all that he has naught Of meanness to conceal. -At lessons, household tasks or play, Ills earnest spirit Is the mime; Jn school, he stands the first In class. Is foremost In eurh manly game. 'Kind words and sunny smiles he Rives To all, nor ceases then. Indeed, He's ready with a willing hand To help another's ntrd My eyes are aching for a sight iJ l.lon-licsr- t. 1 There Is n glory brighter than The blase of wordly fame. Golden Ideal boy-herOf I challenge you to tell me now If such a lad you really know. I'd like to grasp him by the hand. And tell him that around his name hlm-my Dss ICoryrlsht, 105, ty D. Arr'tn & Co. All fights rtMrvei.l CHAPTER 1 IX. Continued. found Charles mounted on Savoy, his one-cveblack charger, one of the linest horses I hjveevcrsecn. The king grasped the situation al a gl.tnce. He gave a sharp order, closed his vior with a siup, and in five minutes n thousand lances followed liirn down the long slope, tip which t ho Spaniards were advancing. It was an absolutely silent charge. Xot a cheer went up. and the onl sound was the thunder of the horses' hoofs, and the clink of mail as wo sped on after the king. Then there was a sullen crash, and a Kca of ttrugghng men and horses. The veteran troops of the great captain maintained their high reputation, lighting like dragons to the end. Charles, whose horse, had carried him fai in advance of us all, was in great danger. His helmet hud fallen orlieen struck off, and he was recognized. (lonsaga, seeing all was lost, made a despairing rush at the king with men at his luck, and had it not a half-dozeIieen tor the way Savoy kicked and plunged. would have surely slain him. urging my norm- - to its utmost speed, I reached Charles in time to ward on a furious blow aimed by I he Spaniard at the king, and riding full tilt against him, brought down both horse act fcjn. The next moment others came up, anJ no were safe. Philip do tomines re proached the king respectfully for running hiinsc.i isto peril; but Charles, wiping Ins eirnrd c the mane of hia charger, said, with jst a lass.: "All i veil that ends well, my lord of hut it is thanks to this good sword here," and he turned to me. "that our cousin of Orleans mint exercise his patience yet little lonser. Come closer, sir." I dismounted and approached, helmet in hand. The king detached the cross of St. lie wore, and, bending from the saddle, slipped the loop of the ribbon round my neck. "Wear this for the sake of Trance," he said, with a gracious smile. And now the patience of Orleans had come to its end, and Louis XII. was king, and of my ioies nnd dreams, all that remained was the cross of the order blinking at me. It had to go and there was no help for it. With an effort I rose, and, thrusting the cross into my pocket, hurried into the ' street. My way led to the ward of San Spirito, and it tool; me some little time to reach the place where 1 meant to dispose of the jewel. When I reached it, I was so overcome with weakness that 1 had to halt fora moment to rest. It was during that halt, that hesitation of a minute, that my courage came back to me, and I (lulled forth the cross and held it in my cold fingers with a heart tossed by conllicting emotions. I could not do it. Death would lie preferable. Well, 1 had faced death before, and there was no reason why I should not do so ngain with an equal mind. The Anio was deep enough to hold me, and Cod would perhaps be kinder in the next world than in this. 1 placed the cross hack slowly, my honor was still white, and death that was coming would give me a full quittance for all my troubles. 1 turned my back on the pawnbroker and went towards the Arno; but I had miscalculated my strength, and near ban Felicita I fe't a sudden giddiness and sank downward on the pavement. I struggled to rise, but the faintness increased, and, dragging myself close to the wall, I leaned against it in a sitting posture, and a kind of stupor fell Uon me, through which I still felt the intolerable pungs of hunger. In a little time 1 felt better, and, as 1 saw the Hash of torches, and heard voices in laughing conversation, 1 made an effort to ne, gaining ray feet just as two ladies, with their al tendants, came opposite to me, and then i daggered back again. "Poor man! He is hurt." "I am starving," I said in the bitterness of rsy agony, und the next moment could have killed myself, for 1 recognized the ladies whom I had rescued from I.uigi in the Garden of St. Michael. I had my desire and had ven her again; but how? Madonna AngioU made a hurried search for her purse, and, not finding it, with a hasty movement tore something oil a braceI let, and thrust it into my band. could recover from my astonishment they had gone on, and although I railed after them they did not stop. The shame of hat ing received chanty, and from her, was all but unbearable; but with it 1 lelt the hand f htfngcr knocking at me in a manner that would take uodeiiul. My courage was gone, and urged by the licrce pangs of my hunger, I resolved to utilize the gift, and obtain some fvod to give me strength to die. 1 smile as J I think of this now. 1 hen it was no laughing matter. 1 plucked ui) self up sulliciently to gn bacic to the pawnshop, Entering it, I placed the article, which 1 judged to be a jawel, but which I had not even examined, before the man in attendance, and asked bim for an advance thereon. "It is one of the gold tan of Ainalli," he aid, poising it on his linger, "and of full weight. Do you wish to sell it?" "No," I replied, "I merely wish to pledge supping there; hut I had no eyes for them, all I could think of was the ity, the roll of white bread, and the ruby lliunti, which I ordered. It is a common belief thtl those who have not eaten food for nny Irmtth of time arc unable In do so when it Is l.icvd More them at first. Whether I mil nuii.ll tutionally stronger than the generality of men, I do not know; nil I can My is, that I formed an exception to the rule, if a true one. and demolished my supper, gaining strength with every mouthful, and feeling my chilled blood warmer with every drop I drank of my goblet of wine. My courage came back to me and I hatiishcd all thoughts of the Arno. At last I was done, and leaning back in my seat viewed with eomplaienev the huge orifice I had made in a most excellent asty, nnd the whiles slow l sipped my wine. That feeling of sleepy com fort, which attends like a good angel on a full meal, possessed me, my forrons hail for the moment taken themselves off, a and 1 grieve to say I did not cicn thought on her to whose charity I was indebted practically for my life. I sat for the moment, lapped in a dreamy comfort, for getfulof nil things. 1 dozed fornbout half an hour, and ocned my eyes with my head clear again, and my pulse beating firmly. I had, somewhat recklessly, it is true, enjoyed a crown's worth of happiness, there was another fat crown still in my pouch; with care it would last some days, nnd during that time luck might turn. With these thoughts running in my he.nl, I let my eyes wander over the room. It was now somewhat late, were left. Of these, and only the night-bird- s a party of five was seated at a table a little removed from me, and were conversing in low tones. It needed but n glance to see that they were not honest men, and from the suspicious manner in which they looked around them, 1 gatheied they were here for no good purpose. One of the part rested Ins ejeson me, and then whispered to a com panion, who was seated with his face from me. I caught the answer, which was given if he does, in somewhat loud tones. what does it matter? Cannot a few gentlemen enjoy a glass m peaccat their ordinary ? If he gives trouble we can quiet him." Yes, it was no other than Could it U-- ? the ancient ltrieo, who had. I perceived, gut out of the clutches of his friends, the catch rolls of Montevarchi. I made certain, therefore, 1 would hive business shortly, nnd, leaning back again, pretended to doze, keeping my ears very wide oien, and holding watch on the scoundrels from the tail of my C)0. "He tarries late," said one, "perhaps jour information is wrong." "I have it from a sure hind, from theyourig-e- r Ccci. Buonoexorsi und lie will loth bo here. The former, however, as you know, wo do not want." I almost started at these words. Was it possible that I had stumbled on the bravos who were engaged in Ceci's plot? If so. stranger thins never happened to tne, and chance was probably throwing in my wa what otherwise I would never have been able to discover. Even as the last speaker finished his sentence, two persons, evidentU of consequence, nnd n woman entered the inn, and set themselves down at a table- close to mine. The men ImjiIi wore masks, but the lady did not, and let her glance run with a free look on us all. One of her two companions, a very stout man, put down his disclosing n jolly, rubicund fare, and roared out for a flagon of wine. The other. still keepimz his features covered, engaged in a veil badinage with Ins fair friend, and as he moved Ins hand slightly I caught the Hash of a valuable ring. The five at the tulle all hail their heads together now, and I saw the one nearest to tne stealthily draw his sword. itli an apparently careless movement I so placed my own weapon as to lie nt hand on the moment. Presently llrico nrose, and, swagger ing: across the room with a glass in his hand, deliberately stopped before the lady, nnd drained it to her health. She laughed back her appreciation, nnd Drico called out "Itlood of a king! Madonna, but you waste yourself with His Corpulence there, and he jerked his hand towards the stout man. who sat speechless, his cheeks purple with rage. "Come and join uj good feilows here," he added, and attempted to pass Ins arm around her waist; but the masked stranger flashed out bis rapier, and Unco only escaped Wing skewered by an agile retreat. This was, however, the signal for an instant assault, and with a sltout of: A Medici palle palle, those at the table rushed on the smaller patty. As they roe, I jumped up, and pushed my table with great violence in their direction. Two of the men fell over it, and this gave tne time to draw my sword and join the weaker party. The lady rushed out with a scream, and the stout gentleman. bellowing lustily for help, followed suit, the attack lieing solely directed against the masked man, who, with his back to the wall, and the table between himself and his assailants, defended himself with great spirit and skill. Slashing one of the ruffians across the face, which put him out of the fight, I ranged alongside of the stranger, nnd a ven pretty set-tensued. At this juncture the others, innkeeer entered with and kept dancing about, adjuring ns to stop, but offering no help. I made for llruo, but could not reach him, having to engage with i better swordsman than I had met for many a day; but I saw wo were now thiee to two, for the ancient was more bent on executing flourishes with his aword.and in cheer ing on the attack, than on real business. My dMirm cut was a man, so any thing like was out of the question. He a time-thrus- t playsl the usual came of men. namely, a cut over, and disengagement in tierce, but, remising, I forced hirn to a straight riposte, and pinked him through the ribs. He fell with a howl, juat as my companion ran his man through, We were now two to two, if Unco was included, but the others waited for no more, and lied, no attempt being made to stay them by tho host. The inkeeper, however, began to make a great ; but the stranger thrust a purse in his hand, and. lifting his mask. spoke a few words in mine host's ear. The ellect was magical, and the padronu was now all civilit). We had a look at the two men who were down, tho ona who was slashed across tho fuce being nowhere to be seen. They were both quite dead, und an ing iair of corpses did they make. 'Have these carrion removed, iiadronc and beware how you bay a word of what ha happened, ngnore, ami tho masked man held his band out to mc: "1 thank you heartily und jou will litid 1 have a long memory. Do me the favor to accompany me to my house." I bad no reason to refuse, and, bowing mj acknowledgments, we left the inn. Ponte Vecehlo, nndit length we came to a halt beforu a small aide door, let into what 'i u t. .i.r.. sciinctl in nil- - lluilllllK Hie a vimi iiiiiiik niiii, My new friend oiicned this doeir noiseless ly, with .1 kr he dicw Irom Ins isirket, and muted mc to cuter. Pleading ignofincoof the way. however. I gate him the tnss, and followed him up n narrow and very dark stairway, which nptned into a long pallery, likewise in I'p this gallery we went, then there was another small 4ssagc, und, lifting a curtain nt the end of this, we stepeil past nn oeii door into a large room, evidently n study, for it was filed with looks, all hut the side near the i.i-. "Could you leave Florence at a rrmncnt's i notice?" passage, tapestry. In the middle of the room was a large table littered with Mpcrs In much confusion, and eight tall randies burning in a pair of grotesque candelabra threw t r bright but soft light over the rhsmber. "Sit you down there." said my host, ixmit ing to a chair, "and we will hare something to drink. Dnivolo! tun are wounded Why did'joti not say?" I looked at my left arm, and, sure enough, the coat sleeve n red rtith nn rnlargcniiig patch. It was only u trille, howrtcr, as we found on examination; but my companion, who still kept his mask on, insisted on bandaging it, which liedul with deft (inters, ami then turning to a curiously inlaid cabinet, let into the wall, brought thenceforth n llagon of green crjstal and two long stemmed en etioli glasses. Whilst he was thus rnt.ngcd my eyes rest cd on a bonk on the table, and I saw at a glance that it was the copy of "Plutarch's Lues" which I eel had lent me on pay merit, so that it was ino- -t probable that I was in the presence of the noble against whom the Medici plot was directed, and in whose li brary the intend nit's nephew was employed, xirtly I guessed as n spy. .My hand was on the book ns my host placed the glasses on the table, and observing the tnociiicnt he said, with n smile: "I see, Bignorc, you not only carry a sharp sword, but know a book ns well. "As for books, sinore," I answered, "1 know but little of them. This one, however, I thought I had seen before." "Indeed," he said, "that is odd, for I vc this is the only rendering of Plutarch into Italian which is in existence. Strange, too, ns for over a week I could not find it any which was covered by n heavy "Ien "Then, e." "Enough! Tomorrow a man s ill rail on you, precisely at noontide, with a Istter. I want that letter delivered Into the hands ol tho cardinal of Rouen at Home. Itisn secret matter, and if you fail in it you may forfeit your life. If you succeed, his eminence will give you further occupation. Do you accept I" "Yes." Ae I sufd this we again heard the creaking noise, and Machiarelli Jumped up as agilely ns a panther, and sprung to the door behind the arras. It was but no one mis there. "Slgnor. "Mahlctto!" he exclaimed. there are spies in my own house help me to tear down this tafiestry." I did so, and in a few nunutrs wc laid bare the side of the room, andpiled the tacstry in n heap against a Imokshelf "That is better," Madnatelli mud, "you sec the spy, whoever he Is, must have a master key There is no iim-- going into the t I passage after him; but for the fancy we are safe. I must haven lull put on and keep a watch. To resume busmen, You say you accept, and only however. need funds." "Exactly so." He pulled from a drawer a bag, which chinked with a pleasant sound to my ears. "Here," he Mid, "are a hundred crow in. It is your fee fur the task I set you." "It is ample." "And now, Messer Donati -- farewell' You will always find a friend in tre. You know your way I have left the side door os-and liear a loose sword." "A word, your excellency." "Say on." "I'mut what has hapjienrd tonight, I set plainly that the plotters against your life luie triends very near you. If they failed this tin e they may not fail again. One of I ree the men who made the attack ognizrd. lie is called Unco, formerly su till so, in the army-oancient, f "It is a matter of fdmls.r "They will Iw provided." f electricity. Thepinninwhrel Inttutrliinrry, That Blows Nobody Good. the Wse tit the automobile The iai I thst 'Hosteller's stomsih ltitlet has been sold I 77i.if smAll Ache or pttn or for over half a rrnlttrr. linurs its eahte Is the "illtvltiJ" tht dirtcit your tf. llierr is nothing to eiinsl it for stomach nr to nectssity of liver trouble. It is Nature's ns n rsmwly , slid I tenttonAW the liking flood's purifying SirsApA fry your or weak the only one to cure dyssTsi il rilL. Thtn your whole fWv rectbtxi ouomach. jiW, for the purified btood poet ting- feminine Credulity. ling to every orgin. It Is the remedy a man when hesaysshr A wnnjan bchrers I for All Ages And both sexes. Is senti'ile, een thntieh sh loss but a mo mrnt since brlkced him whin lie said she waa pretty. Dfttfrit .Initrnal. Po soon as nature sees an improvement, there is a change The nid'r iiivp wiv to isisina r isr imrifi s,,mtsstwiatimnms "It is An m Wind '' wntn ton Intherel'.ir w ho Philadelphia North American f..n!.im grs n erring "hut I ve got the jury " a suit dearly fur this'" "You shall Mssed. and the person addressed t was the ma) m iii. who hs.l U"l ilep ty for lr the rernaik. mide 1 he 3CccdS SwuaMth H II HI il J i,sssiswslss ' 11 hill ni II as a, i ii ii "I've git ni r.v " n-.- a inter w'in r 't;. was r .1, n (tiobc. r.i BREATH uir il'rfiie k BAD latallf r mm tmtt n Uiihlr atH I i ? b.lhrJ A fit? ti'iTis.ch Mil our trf ih rf of few d UfcSntf rU tftfft liypnt hti WUtlnN rel NAOIL tnilil Mini ssttesrllf Mr ft f hv w ('AirAnrrtMiM won trtt htm 1 SS9 Un HUtotKuM Hl,CtDriBtU,O.U CANDY CATHARTIC tsaoi sua I'lesisnl imrstc Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't acting well. You suffer from biliousness, constipation. Ayer's Plils act directly on the liver. For 00 years the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. Alt druggists. ent jour rnouiiArht r a brown r ttrh h'rk T Thrn nt I'llillMx. IVttsat, TsiU tlml. Da ."eer Si. ssa, Wvsken, ur ()Mr-- . roe. E. to. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Sl.rtl.ff .m.4j Rlr.kt, S. I rtj. Ill SMsnit itiaisnleea. hj I,, YKKfl-tscollsllciuml, ... rfsr, gl,tt (ft!-..--. slldraa-nU(j-!A- ll btd Uiuulul BUCKINGHAM'S DYE mk, "I will attend to theKignor linen." "Yet 3 little more. If your exccllenry'e movements arc known it is probably from within your own house. I would krepan eye where." on your library serilc." 1 answered, shortly, and my host, "Very." "Per llaccu! Sijuor Donati, but you know (muring out a glass fur me, helped himself, I no much. am more and more your and. settling comfortably in a chair opiswite debtor." to me, slowly removed his mask and laid it "The hundred crowns hace rrpaid me," I aside. I saw before mo a man in the prime replied, as took my departure, having Mid of life, of middle height nnd slender figure, all I dared say of the plot without breaking with, however, a groat dignity of carnage. my pledge oi secrecy to Ccci. His bead, covered with short dark hair, was ITO HE CONTINUKIl ) Ins dark ejes small, but qarkle-with intelligence, and a slightly aniiiliiie no- - curved oer a rvair of thin, snrThe I'lenaurr nt Ills Cotnitnns. eustie hps, which were, howeter, now smiling A Snn Francisco hostess, fainuus for Ht me with as much goo. I humor as they tells t her tnct und rcsoitrteit-'.-'irs- s. eould expicss. "Hooks," he mid, "arc the delight of my good story on herself. It seems Hint nn comlife. Without thcmnllwoiildbestale. Here," iilliccr In line of the Tenncrhce and he held up a volume, "is a pnceles. panies, u ery shy yoiiiiir man. brought treasure. It is a manuscript copy of Cicero's letters "itli lilni vtlicii bis regiment Do (ilonn. I obtained it Horn my tricm', rnipo to the const, and presented himpocr Angelo Pohziano. self one eieuini; nt the (let us say) Van lie laid down the boo!c. "Of b truth, Ness aieniie resilience. As he una the men wore giants in tbosd days but hark! public man nnd a son of n member of an nld family, his hostess exerted herself to entcrtnin lilni. "We should be Kind to have tlit- - pIciiMire of your company Kridny nt dinner." hr said ns be was tracing: "the Hawaiian commissioners are to be with us." Friday came and the commission. Shortly 1 1 n 'Mttr. snortl to ba lUl- household csn hss It. r-V.r Nrl. Ni, sis ofKtla 1ST I I O inntsarit iirvst .Nrrf llrst.rrr SS trul lsclls iudIIIuiim Irr-- I't lilt M.I.MC. IJd SlIArrhSI r Li... Is. EK ARTERSINK ,Si. huiisrtiol.l sITortl to hi l f srslusr t.irrr f r o ssuf Pure and Sweet licforr the hour for dinner the butler ejecltedly entered the room. "They'sn, replment o' soldiers, mum. outside." "No doubt In honor of the commissioners; I utll tell them." .lust then thn Iteutcnant wns nnnnuriced. "When you nre ready." lie said. "I ulll liuve the men march to their places In formation." "Why," mid the lady, "what men?" "It'a my company," vens the reply, "nil but ten, nnd they're .cry sot ry. butthey couldn't come." San Fran-cltc- o Arponaut. r - fibs tors Bomtthlcir off a bracslet sod pUcsct li my nana. it That is too loud for a rat." At this mo ment we heard a distinct rustling behind the tapestry, which hung on one side of the wall. My host sprang up, and, witn urawn rcnier in Ins hand, lilted the arras. 1 fol lowed him; but we observed nothing but a door, which was concealed behind the curtain. "This is a private door leading to the corridor, nnd, confound it it is oen. How Ilowcer, this tho devil did this han-nwill make things sure, lleturneil the key which was in the lock, and. removing it. placed it carefully aside in n drawer, and his fscc was shaded a little withanxiet). this, however, he brushed off like n lly, and, resuming our seats, be oured out some more wine for both of us, and said: "Sigriore, now that observe ou closely, it appeals to me that your sword, good as it is, has not helieil you to fill your purse." "I was able to nae your life, Messer I know not jour name," I answered, with a little V.ut, and rose as if to take my leave. He laughed cheerfully, and, putting his hand on my shoulder, piesstd mc back into my chair. "Sit down, ngnore, 1 meant no offense', and my name is Niceolo Machiavclli. Will )ou give me yours in return?" I was, then, before the secretary of the Council of Ten, the crafty politician who at that time held Florence in his hand, and with whose name all Italy was full. I now understood Ceci's plot at once, but the question was, should I give my right name? Sooner or later the secretary would find out, and accordingly answered him as honestly 1 1 Iter .Mistake. Lady (to tramp) Now, you've had your dinner, why don't you go right out and saw Hint wood? What nre you round here for? Tram Don't be In a hurry, lady. Do you take me fora slot machine? Lady I expect you to net like one. Trnnij) I'm like one of the slot machines Hint don't work. And Is be walked leisurely out of the yard picking his teeth she was sorry she hadn't let him alone. Harlem Life, Trliiin Clerk In my opinion, this Dr. Hlew In, vtho has come to town lately, Is. a rll-In- p; fraud. Druggist hint? What's the matter vlts Clerk He's no doctor. He's snmt lxxikkecper out nt n job. Uik at that You can read It. Chicago Tribune. He Kept Ills Job. See here, William, this l the twentieth time you've been late, and unless you've got a good excuse you're going to be fired. 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It It now well known Hint Kjrup of I'Irs Is mi rtlilrnl pniprletnry remedy, nn. jiroxnl liy the most eminent physicians nerywlicre, been use It In ilmple nnd effector, yet pleamnt to the Innte nnd lo the system, nnd not only irompt In lti heneflelnl elTeetii, lint nlso wholly free f rum nny unplensnnt nf well-l.niiH- It U freipiently referred torn the remedy of tlir henllhy, leenne It U nml who llw well nnd feel well nnd nrt well Informed on nil subjects generally. Including lnnllte. In order lo get lit lieneflclnl elTeetii. II Ik ni eeimnry lo gel the genuine Syrup of Tigi, which It liiannfnctiired liy the California Fig Syrup Co. only. T)r. lined liy people who enjoy pood henlth semblance rnnlU rr of lllirrhnot. tVra.ionallir you will mccrin Ihisdrrsrj vtnrld the father of a family of prls ho new orrrroat, hut jnu mil nver "ears rnnie up with such a father who cm afford to hate hit teeth ft, led Atrhi.cn (ilohe. Iuek Capital. I'rnnlllra merely a a einmrnv If there ti any of iruth in theory, then thers Kt of men whu are Just plain gorillas. .line I of Ciimelrnee. Irkhurat m that nun n iih ""a magnificent woman Holds Up Pcruna as the Ideal edy For Female Catarrh. " Rem- month, November-Decembeaccording Lo the moon. "In the twentieth year" of Arlaxerxes. At what time of the ear the count begins we do not know, but the twentieth year includes autumn anil spring (chap. 2: 1). l, "8huaho.ii:" (See "I'lace.") V. 2. one of my brtthren:" Ills own brother (Neb. Adeney. fame:" Krom Jerusalem. V. 3. "The rrninnnt (the escaped Jews) that nre left of the captivity:" I. e., "the Jews in the hind of .ludea nr. distinguished from thoae In Habt Ion and dlnpcrsed in other countries. "Are in great aflllctlon and reproach: I'he 'affliction' denotes 'the etll plight' within the walls; the 'reproach,' the scornful uttltude of ener, li.itana, the summer capital In themoun It nt 24 mllra tail of lltbylon, the third capital, and waa altuattd on tho Choaapea (modern Krekhah), a branch of in iigna. i:XtI.ANATOHV. I. Nchcmluh nnd Ills Hook. Nehe inlah ("compaaslon of Jchovnh") wa the ion of Ilachallah, nnd probably una or trie tribe of Juduh. He was "cupbearer" to King ArtaxerxeantSuan.the tapltnl. Tho title "cupbearer" Is mis- lendlnR to its. It really Implied that Nchcmiah wna a councillor, statrsmnii, rourtier nnd favorite. Hut It was not a political offlce. He was a man of grcnl ability, wealth and Influence. The Hook of Nchemlnh Is regarded by many srltlca aa Joined Lo V.tra, so as to form sne book. Indeed these two, with the two books of the Chronicles, are re garded nn one nnd probably by the same nuthoror compiler. The main part of thin took was doubtless written by Nehcmlah, beliig in the first per-obut portions are evidently drawn from the state archive, and part Is written In the third person, as If by some other historian. II. Had News from Jerusalem. Vs. V. 1. "In the month ChlsleU!" the lalna, II. C. 413. 10 March, III, the twentieth ytar or Artaxerxt, II year after Kara Drat went to Jerusalem. " Illr," or Hhuahan from the abundance of lilies In the neighborhood), the chief of the Ihrea capltala of uie i rraian empire, loo milfa aouth of Kc Acts gently on Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System CuaNses the the OVERCOMES L rrYD hAB.TUALC0HST'.0N PERMANENTLY lok ,T5BNEF,c,ATEffEcTSBUT THE - n; GtMUINt - MHT 06 aui?rniaTg,Syrvf(. svuu is-'c- res sail a au nam f tu k . rtiicmL irs So- ninth SHE STOOD HIGH. vurylnj- - Iter Name Had AppenreJ In the cle I y Culnmn nml She Wna Arroitant. "Ha-nan- Cammies without (cf. I'sa. bridge Hible. "The wall of Jerusalem also Is broken down:" The walls hud, doubtless been partially rebuilt after their destruction by Ncbuchadnerrar In in, 140 venrn before this time. III. Nehemiah's I'rajer for Help. 7'JM-a)." Va. I'lrsl. The prayer grew out of a deep feeling of need and Intense earnest-nrsa- . V. 4. "Wept, and mourned:" the evils afflicting his country nnd his religion, and otrr the sins which had brought it upon them. "Certain dn) :" About four months elapsed between his hearing the news and his Interview with the king (Neh. 1:1; 2:1.) "And fasted:" A natural expression of deep grief. "And prajeil:" As the mourning, so the praying lasted four months. Mm. Clara Makemrr Second. There was n plea in tho very Mr. Cluru M.iki iner, housekeeper for titles applied to (iod. V. 1. "O I.ord:" thel'loreuccl ritlrnden Anchorage MU Jehovah, the (Iod, the Ood slon, of (hirngo, writes the following especially rrvealed to the Jews. Hut i letter f rum3o:Uicsttiut street, Jehovah was the Ood of Heaven, the "J'erunn la the heat tonic 1 lintc eer invisible, spiritual (Iod, who dwelt In known for general drMlity, n turc cure Heaven, ns distinguished from the visfor liver coinplnliit, and u never fulling ible Idol gods which were on the earth. ndjuatrr In case of dj spcpsla. "The great and terrible (loth" Sogrcnt "I linte used it In cuses of female as to Inspire revereutlnl nwe In every and wenk times common worshiper, and unspcaknbl fear In Ills to the sex, nud linte found it most enemies. "That keepeth eovennnt and mercy:" That hath made covenants of From early girlhood to the end of tho mercy and love, nnd never falls in keepperiod few wolneiinre en- ing them, "l'or them thai love Him tirely free from some degree of catarrh and observe His commandments." of the pcltlt' organs. "The sentence w hleh Is borrowed from With I'erunn the thousand nnd one DcuU 7:0 (compare v. 12) Is also found nllmrnts dependent upon ciitnrrhof the In Kings 8:23; Neh. 0:32; I)an.9:4,In lielvlc organs, enn lie wholly nterted. each rase, as here, being innde use of In "Health and llenutj" sent free to a prayer."- - Cambridge Hible. women only, by The l'crunn Mrdlclno Third. Confession of sin. V. C. "ConCo., Columbus, Ohio. fess the sins of the children of Israel:" Ha recognize Unit the cause of their troubles lay In their sins. "Iloth I nnd my father's house lute sinned:" He hud sinned with them. V. 7. "Wehnve Some ol dealt . . , corruptly:" these slm nre mentioned In Neh. S:l-- i, 10,11; 13:13; Kzrn 0:1; 2Chron.3rt:14. . . . stat 17. "Commundmeuta, printed In ten colon, ready for utes, . . . judgments: I. c, the di Irimlnjf, will be given free lo any vine law from every point of view. person who will tend a quarter for Fourth. Pleading thu promises. V. to Three Month' subscription Dcmorrst'i Family Magulne, the 8. "If ye traiikgresi:" etc. This Is not jrrat paper for home life. Thoua quotation, but a reference to the gen sands subscribe for LVmomt's as eral sense of various passages, as, for aglft to their daughters. Demo Instance, Lev. 20:27-30- ; Ileut. 28:4J-52- ; rr:t's Is tlie great I'ulplt Com. V. 0. "Hut If ye autbotl-TlP- P -- L American turn unto me:" If you will so net ns to tyonl'aihlons. For make it possible nml w ise to bless. "Will JL M. forty years It has I gather them from thence:" (I.ev. 20; been read in the Dent, 30:1-10best families of America, and has done more to educate women In I'lftJi. I'lcaiUiig past mcrclca. V. 10. true love of good literature than I'hy people, whom Thou bust re any other magazine. The special deemed by Thy great power:" Such us oiler of these two great pictures the dcllvcrunci! from l.gypt, victories and Three Montlis' subscription to by Joshua, by Samson, by DcboroJi, the Democrat's fcr 25c. Is made for 60 overthrow of the Assyriuu nrmy of days only. SeuuaclKrlb, and every triumph (iod Write at once. gnvc them during their wholu history. Demurest' Fnmlly Magazine, Sixth. Hie prayer wn specific, hav ing a definite object. There was noth Art Department, ing vngur In his petition. V. 11. "ProsNew York. 110 Filth Avenue, per, 1 pray thee, Thy servant thlsduyi" He proposed to make an elTort himself, and he wanted Ood'a blessing upon It. Seventh. It whs persevering pi aver. It was three or four months before be received the beginning of the answer Worth (4 to SS compand mth for his prayer (chap. 2:1; coiup. with other makoi. Imloraedlir oee I ha p. Ill), but tho answer came. 1,000,000 weurera. ALL STYLES ALL LEATHERS. Vlorr .Numeroua. - ""I1"' Itenders TUS till There nre now published In 1'arfi u4 ft l Ui,4 1 J.5R3 perlodlcnls, nrnrly 100 more than Taka no uli.ttluta etaimad Urvrl were Issued nt the corresponding date tit (1 auil UW hurl In lb wurl.l. YiiurdrateraliuuUkMt last year. e will aeudrou I ha in llnuu The La n of the Mldnlcut Hun. vl Icalbtr. ilia anl wUik. I'Ulu ur lap W II free. At Wardbury. Norway, the Jongeit OUlocuo Wi la C0U01AJ JH08 CO., SrocktOJi. Mill. toy lasts from My 21 to July $2 with- g Chli-ngn." chlld-beiirlng 1 0er Two famous pictures l'ittsburg, Ilaltimore and I'arkersburg, New- dation to any patent medicine, but there fa a remedy, the result of which has come under my own ark. O., to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark, I observation, lor there la no Disease which has so baffled the medical skill of all agea aa Rheumasame. At Philadelphia to Cumberland and Cumber- tism and tn 6nd a Reliable remedy for the Company, laat are hae found it' In "5 llrop.a," manuChicago. The 5 has factured t'y the land to (Jraflon. During the summer sev- itaelf aronderli'l 5wanson Kheumatlc Cure Rheumatism, not aa a Temporary DROPS," only, proven fur its curathc power in Reliever but to eral of Iheae wires were quadrtiplexed begive a Permanent Cure even in chruuic caes. Sometime ago, I had Cumberland and dutween Ilaltimore and among oincra atierai Kneumauc caaes uucer my treatment ana plexed et fur theae patients the verj best Remedies which I slJllfully selected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "s OKOPS''and Ijke- all new Ilaltimore A Ohio work, the Cures, a few found re. cotntructed in the best possible ' isiJSElBsSSaSBaTraSsaaB at itm wonderful within aand trearihrri it lo that I natlenta aaho lo a arreat Iinea are fea dava. After from ila usm rtrearrthed it 1 ta'V maimer sav that ITSa I IaT! lief after to my surprise, I willDKOI'5" in the ccmrae of Two or flirt number and they had ued "3 Weeks and "3 Drop" Plasters they w.n tin- - fiilloning: llriirj Ifml No Carlrrnnoe. were Cured. Anions- - theso were a few who had, for a numlier of years, ".Ii Mary llanaen has cone lo Onr.igo been suffering with chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted themselves "Where do you take command of the to apend ill winter. Mia llanaen in n around on Crutches. They came to my office w ithout Crutches and told fleet!" a lady friend aaked Dewey just beif fore he me they were perfectly Well. They give all the credit to "s DROPS" knowleilgcd belle in the leading cinli left fur Manila. fcawduat Craek." '' At bo replied. Rheumatic Cure Comoanv for their kindneaa aud for the conscientious Mary waited until her employer had had way In which they are placing these Wonderful Remedies among suffering humanity, which they After n silenct- - tho lady said: time tu lead tli "personal, and then she seen "Aren't von lggneved, in view of our pos- told me lo write to the, Compauv aa an acknowledgement. As I ha'te can the Curative Power of uitlieruig acurn: said, with Truly recommend thesa sible trouble with Spain, over being or- "5 DR0P5" and "5 Drop" Plasters, In a grsat many instances, 1 '"As I have alwaj a lieen ncciiatomcd to and alao that the firm is perfectly hooeat oid reliable to deal with. dered to tlie vthicli Asiatic C. A, JACKSON, I'hvsician and Burgeon, Kearney, Neh.. Aug. 21, 18W. swansoVs with the very beat in my town, and a I can hardly be remote picture instation, war?" case of in the known t ree isr nDriQCI) Is the moat nowurful areeiflctbe drat nlsUU IIfroma oplatea and perfecllv barm-- 9 don't believe you ever hae mir name on la positive cure for Hbruaa-tlanleaa. Itelltf Is uauallf felt "Sailor luck!" replied the society page of the Sunday paiier, I over, I haven't entertainedDewey. "Moreatclatlcat, X euralalis, lisapepalu, Hnrkaehr. Aathaaa, liar Fever, Catarrb, grievances for yon.' .VaraauiBrai, Aerrau, itnd Naurulflc lleaaduelaea. Kariacue, Toothache, Heart Ciicat I ean'l afTord to stay with years." umbneaa, etc., cle. Weakneas, Croup, alivclllns, a Orlpp, Slalarla, t'reeplagThe North aide woman dirland the doAnd then he added, evidently as an after1" looser lo enable auffersrs to also "i DHOW at least a trial, we will Chicago Inter mestic incident eloted. IT thought: "llcaide. you know, Spain owns I UIDTV rvAVC send a 3e sample bottle, propald br nail, for ceot. A tamoU bollla SI I I Obottles Ocean. will convince rou Alao. lamo l0 tfoaea) ft"0-- bottlea for r.'0- bold bj us, drucslsts, and the Philippines." Ladies' Home Journal. aseats. Aaeala wanted la aew trrrllory. write "a Lake Street. CHICAGO, IIX. A Tlirlflr llnm.rl. BWAXSIOV nili'.VMATIO C'VRK CO., lOO lo Kxpanalnn A rplrit of thrift was iliown In-- a young woman who entered a ear with ami Iry boxes Means paying rent for a ioor farm. Now and hundlei. Another young person came is the time to secure a good farm nn the line of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul in at the next station and Keumzed her. ltailway in Marinette County, Wisconsin, "Oh. iny, who is to be married!" where the crops arc of the best, work plen"Nobody: and me laat of all." ty, fine markets, excellent climate, pure "Then what are the Mowers for!" ,"A funeral; our teacher died, and vie soft, water, land sold cheap and on long MAMMOTH time. Why rent a farm when you can buy prla put together to get this wreath." IP3 JWEST MADISON ST? "Poor thing; djd she know she was going one for leu than you pay for rent! Address 'MAILORDERj V. V.. llollins. Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., to die!" HOUSE, "I don't think so;" then, afters pauae, he Chicago, 111. dded. cheerfully: "but the does by this Ilia Itrrrtiisre. time,' all being said in the most unconscious way. As they lent solicitoualy over him the "How much was the wreath!" man who n.id been kickul lay a liorse opened "Two dollars and sixty cents. I only hsd his eyes. "Have you any last wish! they two twenty-five.atked him, THIS ELEGANT GUITAR "Did you pay the difference!" "Ves," he intirrnureJ. "Have an automo"Dear, no. 1 made him give it to me for bile hearse at the funeral." Tbh Guitar is nude two dollars, so I raved mv own ijuirter I FOR $2.65 Itevrngr, it sreineU, nras strong even in oi the finest imitaput in, hut I'm going to make the gir.'s think Hesth. 5a Y. 1're.s. tion mahogany with No more, no less, than 5,000 of them, I paid cither solidroscwood probably tho largest contract In iraitars Well, that' right; the wear and tear it A Near Slstnitnrit for Art. over made an instruirent that or walnut fingerworth a quarter, surely." Detroit Free OKlschool I can't see anything sell from &S0 to t7.li). W lien this tilv. board, pearl inlaid Press. lot is exhausted wo cannot duplicate) beautiful in that Secession vase of yours. position dots and this ofTor. Quantity talks. Onlr bxoper-atioWhy, my dear, there nre Mrs. Newrieh Some of the big guns of the prize ring are on soch a bur scale, together vita German silver rated over GO of the loveliest dollars we ever had Daily News. only small frctsj It has fancy In- our an offering be prolit poller, could in it. Jewelers' Weekly. possible Another such lay around sound reason for dispensing snch a bnrjraln THE MARKETS. hole and best quality broadcast Is tbo confidence wo feel that llpal for Chills The eremrultar sold will win for as n American patent mil Ki'vcr Is iKittlc or CSimrn's TaSTi'Lr.s' patron and a friend whoso Cixcinnati. Oct. n. heads) the top of tiilu,'t'oNic'. It s siuiily iron unit nniiiiiivit recommendation we can count upon, o 30) l 4 ! rrii-,.'.itustoVst form N'm '"e Guitar is beautifully nillO.forward the guitar to nny address Select liuirh' a awl w 10 IX. subject to examination, nnon J ia tt 7 ?.v CALA'KS- - fair to sim1 Itglit.. bound with celluloid! C. o, however, adviso that receipt of 5tc. 5T u. 1 15 IIIXIS t'oarr unil liiavy Just H'ratb. It Is strung with a r.iah in full Ije sent, as that saves return 4 M (IIUI .. Mlaeil ucker "Fine lot of gms thc nre,'' said the full set of best quality ciiarfes for money and wo stand perax 4 :J 4 IV l.icbt at.lpra fectly ready to refund taoney if tho PIIIIHI'-Chn- lce "to be culling inediahoticit. I never steel springs and is IO filsi Bultar Is not all and moro than wo claim took a cent of iy from anjone that I didn't I.AM IIS Spring IKI 1c f 10 ready to play upon. lor It. ii e m o m no r our 3 10 4 3 Ta l'I.Ol'l- t- Inter Mitt in render value received." Indianapolis JourFtieclal price on ii.uu ol U 71 Srial.... nal. mem omy is & Til No. 3 l COHN- - Nu ; mlseil (t To Cure, a Cold In tine i)ajr Oata No. i 'JJ'i aalifn which it listed it lowest wholesale- - prices Take Lnxativu liinmo Ouinlmi Tablets. All Itye-- No U itt i E I cvorythine to oat wear and use, is furnish druggists refund money f It f alls to euro. 'Joo. stIS HAY t'r me lo elio.cw W' A r pAValnt ef nnlit IOC tea narllu r.1 Win "I 1'ltDVlilOSS Mi)MHirlc u s in l.ur.i c vi Anct ppstaflo or expressagp and Conipat ions. "What ! the sensation of M II llt'TI i:it Choice ikiiry 10 SOOU I lim IIIC IUV 19 aliiurvtiu wil ll aa ( hok-roing up tu a Imlloon?" asked the reporter. "t eieainery Precisely the opposite to that of coming ourchase amounting to I9? or above. AI'I'LKS flioicio Mney. ... ISO tt i 10 i I 30 1'crlir 'nraotY f0NTriLv oaociRv1 cmtt 4 I 4J down in one." replied the professor impresft-isively. Philadelphia North America. CIIUAOft 70 3D) a 3 I'l.Ol'll - Winter lutein 71 (t "! UIIAIN Wheal- Jfn. S ml.... We refund 10c for every package of PUT71 HI at N.k 3 riileaiu aprlng NAM KADUI.KS.S DYKS that fails to give No J COHN 3.'U'. 3J l ti OATS No : W4 satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., L'ruouvilic, p 10 Mo. Sold liy all druggists. rUUK Meaa St H () Ml- I - A family living in a North side flat lately Welcomed a new huutemaid. The Rirl hail juat come from Michigan and her appearance waa pn ocaing. Soon after her addiacmrrt'd that the w.i inclined vent It to treat the family with a patronizing air. "Miry, j on muat do better, or I ahall hare to titnl Mime one lo lake jour place," the iniatrra reinarkeil the other mormntf. "I ilon't allo anone to apeak to me that way," replied Mary, with a tots of her head. "I'm juat a good si )ou are, and I want you lo know it." .Mary tluunitd out of tie room and returned In inmutea Willi the weekly pi (er from her town. Among the ocial it I ma 'a The constantly increasing business of the Baltimore i. Ohio railroad has necessitated very material additions to the telegraph service. During the past year nearly 2,009 miles of copper wire, (CO pounds to the mile, have been strung. New lines have been placed in service between Ilaltimore and PINKHAM says thftt irritability Indicates wlio nre nervous nnd snappish are to bo pitied. Their homes arc uncomfortable j their dispositions grow constantly worse. Such women need the counsel and treatment of a woman who understands the peculiar This cromiair.g young Detroiter, six feet troubles of her sex. In the clear ami trim as s lacing spar, went Mrs. Auua E. Ham., of Mill-dal- e, his father's office the ether day anil into Y Conn., was nil run down in gsve him a shock, "vhst Is there for me EVERY-DAabout the establishment to dot" he began, health nnd had compWcly lost without prologue. control of her nerves. She wroto "we'll find s place tor yon, my boy, when the time romn," to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., "But now? Whst Is there now?" for advice. Now sho writes : "See here, my son, if you're been getting Into trouble, snd need money, aay so. Don't " I wish to thank you for what approscb me in this roundabout way. I'm your Vegetable Compound has dona for me. It has helped mo no spring chicken, and I've been over the more than anything else. I suffered for a long time with nereourie. Out with it." "I don't owe a Hollar snd there's nothing vousness, pains in back and limbs and falling of tho womb; to conceal from you. I rsn see that there also hud neuralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told will he no more college forme, and I'm not going to stay around home aa a deadhead." my tiusuanu mat som: more college? Some one mint have "No thing must be done, for j milled jou. The huaineu wss never more I was nearly frantic with j prninerous, and I have plenty. Of course pain. Having read oft Jnu'II go back and complete your rnurse. Ihe allowance if you think beat." "No, I've concluded to cut it all and go to the wonderful cures work. I'm, not so fickle aa to take up with Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg another slrha mater. Heiides, the other feletable Compound had lows would sll be new. I would have no m Ns claaa memories, and I'd simply be a cat In performed, I determined 8 a strange garret," L to trv it. I havo taken "Certainly you'd not change. Nn one x- oooo oct'lsssV-- .. i i i thought of such a thing, do back and finish ik uiiu uni uuppy iu suy t i with the Imys you atarteil in with." am cured. I recommend It "father, you ilon't understand. That Into all my friends and never stitution won't laat three months. Knur of the beat football plaj era. have aent word that tire of telling the benefit I they muat drop nut. It is all up, and I want have derived from its use. I a job." Detroit Tree Press. have you alono to thank for nearnre of Ointments for Cnlnrrh my recovery." Tlml Cnnlnln .Vlereuer, Mrs. Ellen Flana as mercury' will surely destroy the sense of gan, 1810 Mountain St., 80O tmell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous Philadelphia, Pa., writes: 8 surfaces. Such articles should never be uacd Dear Mrs. Pinkham 8 except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is Three years ago I was often ten fold to the good you can possibly a sufferer from chronic derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, dyspepsia, was irritable manufactured by V. ,T. Cheney 4; Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and is taken interand cross, and can say nally, acting directly upon the blood anil that after taking seven muroua aurlacea ft the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou get the genbottles of Lydia E. Pink- is taken internally, and made in uine. It ham's Vegetable Compound was entirely cured. I take great Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. free. pleasure in writing this to you and would be pleased to be Pold bv Druggists, pnre 7.e per bottle. interviewed by any one who is afflicted with that distressing Hall's Tatnily Fills are tlie best. complaint. I am very grateful to you." Ilallraiad Hr.te ivr lae. FOB 30 OATS YOU CAN TBY IT FOB 10 CENTS. Thai Loss of Football Playcra . Resiled the Collesre'a Doom. BOUND TO FAIL. MRS. TALKS WITH WOMEN vK1 i li u TesU-mnnia- la READ WHAT A Has to say who has had 35 YEARS of active Practice of Medicine: I hare neer tirfore In my 35 years of practice of medicine glen my testimonial or recommen- PROMINENT PHYSICIAN td to IIoufr-Konir,- " ITiiaus-HAKK- .j UIJTO B a. a, t-- - Lf 11) - l4 r. 150 to 6tT CHICAGO 5,000 GUITARS AT $2.65 two-siity- y n I'rrsa-ripllo- LIVKSTOCK-Cattle.eoninio- n.t 11 . -- UltAl.N-Wtirat-- rt-- $2.65 . 1 1'OTA-lltK- ut LAltii-Sica- iu S :o ni;w voiiic. KUIl'lt-WliitariM- teiit uiH V 3 WIIBAT COKN-N- 40-4- ). JIVi: OATS -- Mixrtl l"OIIK Naw UIV LACD-Wesl- o. No. S ml 3 mixed 0J at 3 ,4'a as as 41', ft W M The wonder la not that people arc afraid to tell the truth, but that they arc aot afraid to tell a lie. Atchison ti lobe. Piao's lure it a wonderful Cough medicine. Mrs. W. I'lektrt, Van Siileti and Make Avt a., llrookl 11, X, v., Oct. 20, '01. An ounce of help is belter than a pound of preachinK.l'liicaKO Daily Xewg. DcBnlls COUCH SYRUP Cures Croup and WhoopIng-Cough pit El eni V0) al U 3V . C quick, sure risults. Kcfuae subatltutrs. Dr. Bnlrt hlttcuii liitiouintu. Ttial, ioorjc, j UnoxcellodforCormumptivoB. Glvoa A. N. VSBVS K.- -B 1784 st IIAl.TIMOItrL l'l.Ol'K-ruinUKAIN-WiiConi-Mlx- tlv out Soutliorii wt Oats-NCATTl,K-l'irt.Uii- Na 1 S ml.... 4 a 3 70 7U4.s in us v ltio Nil llly o. while t llrhtlTll SI til. ;i i: .i", I liouakl. II jouco. tera.1 Irs I nan I lu acrea belnra Juua ti. 1S7. write 14 aiu it. slSHsa a to., all Kit at., itauianaa, u. c. jm.UH.ttO Add. rllua Homostoad TUITIXO TO AriVEUTlSKKH pleuse atnls lht yua suit the Advcrtla-neIn this paper. 7J iiwus w eaicrn lNIUANAl'OI.IS. ej fa ir. ii Ml la vi OHAIN WIim.-SiXIibI mixtHl Corn No Oats Nu.3lnlxet FI.OLMI OIIAIN-Wh- .... O'i ji .l'4 3 71 I.Ol'tsVlbbK, ea ONE OF THE GRANDEST OFFERS EVER MADE. The first tiro persons procuring tho KihIIosh Clinln Slurch Hook from their grocer, will each obtain ono larpo 10o packaRo of oiiolarvolOW two Sbukcspcuro panels printed In twelve, "Iti:i CUOSS" usHlnrch, na life, or ono pacUmrt' ot "111 UlNUKIt'S HIOST" Twrutlctli Century Ctrl Calendar, tho fluent ot its k.ud over print d, all absolutely (roe uutural bountiful coloi s, All others procuring tho llmllcs Chain Klai cli lliwik will obutu from their grocer two lartro 10c, packages ot starch for fie nml tho beaut ful premiums which are, bein;r K'lvcn auav This offer is ou'y mudo fur u short tlroe to further I rt reduce the fume '.is " lll'I) CHOHS" Klnrclt, ond tbocelcbratod "HL'UIN'UIMt'H HhST" ccfd water Htaah. Ask your Kroccr this k'.urcl). W. L. DOUGLAS $3 &S3.50 SHOES Wliili rr.ile.it -.- 3 15 No. Colli oa- LAIIll rOIlK MUC.I. m xcJ M'-a-- ml .. (I 4 , 1 b'.cuiu la i u It V Ul r.)i .HiO fr lt lo.ei'l. To cure, or money rel'unded by your mctchunt, so why not try it V larrTTnrTi Prico 60o. rrrafs fTiwrrir" BuLiilvfusUoa, as much as stable manure. Wo would gladly givo $fl a ton for them. Wo f should haul thorn as sson as possible. (Cmitlmipl from wrtk.) Copy for thin Department reach th on Sutunlnjr pirmllng date nf Imuc. The liest way to use them is to run SCHOOL. HOME. And the woinnn said, "May Christ FARM. them through n feed cutter, nnd then nso for bedding the stock. They abHe bless you, Little, graudfntherl FMItiM hy Mm. Kj.iia II. Vck-- i m, Pran of It.c Filllut liy C W Oot'irt. Junior flaw nt Itnuli Killtnl lijf 8. C. MM)i, I'rofmor ol ttortliul-lure- , r t onrxc. normal nrpanmrm, sorb the liquids nnd rot down in the Mollmt (Vltrff, Clitn(.. MlltmK lVrra Collar. must lmvo font mo himself to your Conway. "The or.ly argument nvaliablo with manure. Tins is tho way they aro My little child would have window. I'riH Driimii' Typhoid Fever. We aro having some pretty warm used at tho Xow Jorsoy Experiment nil east wind is to put on your over Fruit A'oiY (it frozen to death. When I started out, woather now. Rural AVir Yurker. Station. They will make good mulch for tho srtawlwrries.- - Hurnl New flow much trouble we should save! This fever Is very common. It it was warm, but now it is terribly Bud Ocer has returned from his Yorker. if we had learned the wis- - tacks wholo armies and causes moro Winter AjipUs for Kontuckj. old. And he, Hatiushka, led you to homo in Lexington and resumed Ids do in nut into this sentenco bv James deaths than the bullets of the eiiemr. 1. What nre the best six varieties of look through the window, and tako place as clerk for A. W. Hart. Mrs. Kathcriuc Hibhard has leen. Russoll Lowell. I seo people OVerV" t Ion flfumiaii fif (lin tliirfiatirn Irani Winter apples for tho central part of pity on me, an unfortunate." very sick. Her recovery is doubtful Intestines. The germs Kentucky, for market, principally t B. J. Bcnthurum and others delivAdam smiled, and said, "Indeed, 2. 'I ho best throw varieties for Sume Daniel Smith left his wife and their time, trying to get things that work on a peculiar sot of glands mer lllld l' II. Imtmi rir itiarl.nl t 'I he did that! I havo been looking ered political speeches: at this place never meant for them, or to lw od Peyeis patcher. Theso germs aro Name the liest varieties of peaches.' children and eloped with Sarah Hubthrough the window, my good wo- Oct. 18, and had a largo crowd. a. t il. II. somoliody that they can't possiblylbe, mken into the body in food or water 1. iiiniiKMuiiioiMNi Married.--iA- t American plums. tho homo of the bard, Monday night. And man, not without a eauso." and aro worrying overylwdy that, When you liml that your well or Lnto frosts are tho rule hern of Intn M. H. Frederick was over from they meet because iioople are "so, Martin told the soldier's wife his bride, Harry Woodalland MissCarrio , yeurs, mid they often ilamngo small B I,,,,co "J' 1P" fruits as well as peaches and plums. dream and how ho heard tho voice-h- ow Wren, Saturday, Oct. 21, Hov. K. 11. Bright Shade this week. Hodiimiss-e- mean" and life generally such n dis Bl'nuK from the houao, or surface water from Apples school a few days on account of appointment. Audi such u spirit is the Lord promised to como and Brannatnati olliciating. nni seldom an entire failure i very Hid tho the barnyard or from the privies could hero. catching. "Laugh, see him that day. W. J. Watson, who has leen work- Ibad health. world laugh with you; weep, and flow into it. stoii ushiL' that water, en- Paynes. Ky. J. W. 11. "All things are possible," said tho ing for B. C. Hichardson, was turned " John SwafTord mid Alex Dolph had you weep alone, lias only a halt . ,, . I. For central Kentucky, among one has taken tho woman. Sho rose, put on tho coat, oft because ho was standing in his n quarrel Monday which" ended in n truth iu it. And wo can ma"ko people f tho Iwst Winter apples for uncomfortable bv dwelling on p"""- - If you must use tho water lioil f orchard are: Hen Davis, n market wrapped up her lit t lu child in it; door crying out "hurrah for Taylor." After a short struggle Jonathan, the story of our own ills, real or all of it Wforo drinking. That will fiork Imiieiial, Stavmaii, Hump and, as sho started to tako her leave, Keau they shook hands cordially. This is imagined. kill the germs. ty and Missouri. The latter Is n verv she thanked Adam again. n good example for Kentucky feudOf course wo must not make thei s (precocious InNirer. and esneidly K"1 the A,,0,l,ur wn "Tako this, for Christ's sake," said mistake or supping that everj thing ists. Hy this, 1 iiienn, a I he germs (gooil for a liller. in,F. 'ase is from your food. inmituble. as the east Clover Hottoin. Adam, giving her a twenty-kopevnrietv to nlnut in lHtwi.n Mil, Alli..ni "There is a great deal of laziness in aro often carried there by Hies, from as a temH)rnry tree, to shawl." She piece: "redeem your line I lis spai-Mr. C. H. Parkoy has returned this world that pases for renigua- - the barnyard or privy. for 15 years or so, nnd then to Ih cut made tho sign of the cross. Adam from Ohio. tion," so.no one has said, and that is j , , g Npradllng. VKwtion out to iiiuke room for the lougerdittxl made tho sign of tho cross, and went Miss Ethel Jones visited friends in Geo. H. Cox, son of Fieldon Cox, is verv true only it isnt the side of the,;oftl, mL, WUH vcred with lime. (trees. It is a very prrfitablo variety, with her to the door. thinirl am cmnlmsmnir now. Borca last week. very low with fever at this writing. j The graco of cheerfulness and I'lies would lie found ou the bread All of thesii just named am rod up-kiM-The woman left. Adam ato some ipiito well, except .Ion Goo. M. Brow n, a former student of sweetness of spirit is often thought the iiieu were eating, with lime on ple, and Mr. John Cope is having success , cabbage-soupewashed some dishes jalhiin, which is an early Winter vari have natur-- their feet, so voti bee it was not tho 'ety iu the climate of Kentucky. Herea is planning to return to college to bo a thing that in tho photographing business. and sat down again to work. While ally if thev didu t have much trouble, water 2. Three variolic are not'eiiougli alone which causeil the disease. Mr. Daniel Sparks and Miss Mary tins winter. he works ho still remembers tho anil thoy did not happen to have a 'JO. Rev. J. W. Doano will preach at high temjH-r- , " VJ ii"Iortant, therefore, that Summer and Fall kinds for general nnd u few moro "ifs." window: when the window grew Hatfield were married Friday, Oct. uv mil is whuiiiI is a succession, Mrs. Win. Jones visited her brother tho Toliver Congregational church Hut while there is a great deal in 'you keep the (lies away. But, of and not many of any one variety. I darker, he immediately looked out to nature there is much in training, and i course, in all these disease's the main would ndvise alvoiit two trees Sunday, Nov. 5. each of see who was passing by. Both ac- Itobert Click last Sunday. i the following for an ordiunry orehanl: G. H. Fulks is to liuish tho twnlvo i quaintances and strangers passed by, Mr. John Kindred, of Locust weeks Summer Him", Hed Juno, Primate, ot of school leguu by Juo. Byrd, 'thing' has gone wrong iu the morn- - i h,lv'"K K001' hepuig, and there was nothing out of tho Branch, was here Oct. 27 hunting for Kniiny Summer Peariiiaiu, of Camptou. nig. It is tcx bad, but why let it breathing good air, eating enough Melon and O rimes. Theso JelTeris, ordinary. varieties mules. Hon. Dingus, of Floyd Co., spoke spoil the whole day! "l'he're ain't 'good food and taking enough oxer-- f will make nn unbroken succession But hero Adam seo that an old no need to eat your bremt with a;c;Bfli Healthy blotxl is n oor placw from the Many enthusiastic politicians went to quite a largo time tho earliest Summer has stopped right in crowd at Camptou, from here to McKee to hear Gen. Oct. 0. kinds begin to rijven front of his window. She carries a with,' says one of Mrs. Whitney's for n typhoid germ, or it is for all Fall or early Winter until the lato. varieties come iu I Only a. few Taylor speak. basket with apples. Quite a large crowd went from this characters, and it is in ouit here. germs. .'. For general iiw a good lint of I think we have talked of this Iw- making and hauling is the county to hear W. iu Stave When any one hni typhoid fever were left, as she had nearly sold them itche would Ih: Triumph. Mouu J. Bryan speak at fore, but I am so often reminded of your houe, of course tho doctor is taiu Hose, Elberta, Heaves Fnxorite, out; and over her shoulder sho had a lending occupation of the people here. Mt. Sterling, Oct. 17. 1 tho beauty anil cheerfulness when called. Good nursing is what the pa- Oldmixoii Free, Crothers, Salwny and bag full of chips. Sho must have If the people aro not careful they see worry, niid of tho grace aud gen Heath Cling. will thin their timber too much. VAl.l.UV VIKW ACJUNT, gathered them up in some new tleness when 1 sew so much loudness tient most needs aud cold baths I. Of the nslivo American plums and roughness, that I want to nsk which the doctor can show you how mere aro many U.MS. Mr. John Dean and brother Uarda, building, and was on her way home. IT excellent kinds Iiom vou, teachers, who are making over to give. The food must Ih milk- - no to make choice. Wild (loose, Oue could seo that the bag was Messrs Copo and Hatfield, Misses Cuttle Dying. Ikjts into the men and women of the ,.0ii,l fwxl to be giwn tho Xewinan, Moreiimn, Milton, Smilev, heavy ou her shoulder: she wanted Laura and Nannie Hatfield were the Several head of cattle have died on future, to put more thought uihjii Hockfonl and Goldr'n mH' working on the intestines, get Stoddnrd, to shift it to tho other shoulder. So guests of Mjss M. Eva Click last Sun-- ! Jollv Ridge since our Inst issue. character than 3011 have overdone Ik-are among the very Iwst of William Grizznrd lost a valuable cow foroand let the children catch sun "O that they are easily punched side- dnv. she lowered tho bag upon tho thin class. They urn arranged iu or with the strange disease. About fif- shine mid sweetness nnd strength through by solid food, walk, stood the basket with the apder of rin'iiuig, or nearly so. as is the teen head havo been lost within tho from your voice, manner, and The excretion should Im put into case with tho and earlv apple ples on a littlo post, and begau to last ten flnvx. KtiM'k nuiinrtt nr.. tw.r- - C Clay 'Next iu tho bag' J!I,1W j plexed over tho matter, as cattle seem shake down the splinters VuK unlnkwl list. " I want to tell vou about ,uto wuter- will well one day. and the next they aro this grand old "Citv of "Hrotherly L'se ot'Tolmcco NtCms. And while she was shaking her bag, Itricht Shade. t kill tho germs. It is to bury t 0.(1. K., Manchester, X. H. What ounii dean in me pasture. Lovw," by the broad Deleware. a little boy in a torn cap came ulong, busy gathering corn Farmers are I mennt to have given you a few this somewhere. N0110 of it should do you think of tohucco stems us u Iiinuvrcrntion Ditto Fixed. picked up an apple from the basket, H. L. McMurry preached ou .Bear October gems to memorize hefore it Ihi spilt where it can do any harm by fertiliser for general mnrket gaiden Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 2h Assistant was and was about to make his escape; so late. But I can hardly think Creek last Sunday. crops! If stems could Ixi purclinMsl Secretary of stnto Wood is plied with but the old woman noticed it, turned that the !oauty of the leaves has getting into the well or ou any food at W ht ton, how would that compare Tavlor Smith, n son of Frank letters asking tho (Into of the inaug-eratio- all turned into dry, brown dcaduets when the first min comes. around, and caught the youngster by with chemicals purchased at mnrket of tho next governor. Tho Iu feeding n H'rson sick with any rates, provided tho stems are in tho his sleeve. Tho little boy begau to Su ith, died Wednesday. law provides that the govonor shall (yet iu Kentucky as it has here, so let of these diseases always keep his basement of the factorv, and havo to Preaching services wero held at tako his seat the fifth Tuesday after us learn a few of tho best ones. struggle, tried to tear himself away; election. December 12. Oilmr ciui.. 1 "For the world's exhaustless beauty, dishes separate from those of tho lie pitched up one flight of stairs t but the old woman grasped him with Joseph Smith's last Sunday. thank theo, O my God." Lucy Would ther bo likely to draw moistfamily. both hands, knocked off his cap, and Robt. Greer, Knot county, was a omcers win not go in till tlio first Larcom. ure in this basement if they were kept .nonuay in January. When the patient gets well or dies, thero for months, although thero is no caught him by the hair. visitor hero Saturday and Sunday. "Now Autumn's fire burns slow I Cuttlo lO Cents n pound. the room ought to be disinfected by water thero 7 I would have to haul along tho wood." The little boy is screaming, tho old Miss Mary E. Sizemoro spent the Mr. H. M. Mnrirnn. nnn nf rim Inr... "All tho trees havo torches lit." washing all tho woodwork and pic- them but 21 miles. If I were to use. woman is scolding. Adam lost no week with Mrs. Sarah Mills. Ant pntflll lllirorc nf iliia c.ilsi.. l.n . w. ovvilUII, aJUO Lucy Larcom. tures, then burning three iounda of them, would thoy waste auv bj lieing time in putting away his awl; ho plowed under this Fall t How would "Tell them, dear, that if eyes were ' Wild duck and raccoons are en- just returned from Clay county. He sulpher in it, just as you wero told to they do bv putting them on heavily threw it upon the floor, sprung to tho made for seeing, gaging the attention of our hunters. says cattle aro bringing better prices in Clay county than they aro at do in tho articU ou consumption. as a mulch lor Strawberries this WinThen leauty is its own excuse door, he even stumbled on tho Sarah Smallwood was thrown from home. Henry Marcuin, of Clay conn-tEmerson. for being. In places where the people havo ter T Would they not servo a good stairs, and dropped his eyo glasses boucht a voice nf 'October turned my leaves to gold; a horse Sunday, but was not seriousbeen taught theso things and do purpose, as protection and also add and rushed out into the street. 3,000 pounds for which ho paid ton some fertility, which atrawberricw The most are gone now, here and ly injured. them, statistics proo that there is a would need T The old woman is pulling the cents a pound, or $300 for pair of cat- there one lingers; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fredorick, of ue. great deal less of typhoid nnd other youngsters hair, and ia scolding, and Ana. Tobacco stems vary in comSoon theso will slip from out the twig's weak hold diseases than thero formerly was, aud position. A fair average, ssmplo threatening to take him to the police- Ogle, were visiting here Saturday and Took Winchesters to Court. Like coids between a dying T .1 less than there is now in places near would show 2) per cent of nitrogn, 0 i r r man: the youngster defends himself Sunday. uuuu iepoi, ir uci. n, uourt ivy., rwir Mint nf ttntAali nn.l nn. Imlf nf misere fingers." T. D. Aldrich where they do not know theso and denys the charge. "I did not A party of hunters left a fire in the convened facts. one per at Manchoster Monday "Earth is brimful of Heaven, cnt of phosphoric a acid. at We take it," he says: "what are you lick- timber near here and the leaves are morning for the trial of the Clay aw-n- i t'me wo hall speak of that n.:.l.. !... And every commou bush aOro with iviuoiuoi inuiu nuiiu auuuv I iuur liiura ing me fort let me go!" Adam tried county fiiivlialH All fo- -t inn wnra ,. f f..l l.!l,l,....'o ,i;u,..... n:. .i.i (roiillnuMt In thlnl rnluran.) vauu. ' ...irj. uiun iiiu. iui 1.U11111V11 n uimam-- , asifiu biit.'l la. to separate them. He took the boy still burning. on hand, heavily armod. The records CI by bis arm, nnd, says: Noah Valentine, who is logging on rf l.l.i'ilnnnn OgUlUBk T U.IUCUIC BM!.,.i "Let him go, Tittle grandmother; Bear Creek, spent part of tho week Griffin, who are in JailUUIIICS UIU1 OOl there, charged forgive him, for Christ sake." with the nuirtlar nf Dntuilv i tariff "I will forgive him so that he won't at his home near Manchester. Wash Thacker, havo been stolen from. new broom grows. I forget till the G. Arthur Sizemoro narrowly es the county judges oflico. This am going to take the little villian to caped being shot by a rifle, which was done by tho Grilliu faction to the police." nrrivpnt inflirtmmifii lutintr mfumiul Adam began to entreat tho old was accidently discharged a few days by the grand jury. About 00 of tho ago. woman: runpoi taction armeu witn Winches"Let him go, little grandmother," Miss Ellen Morgan, who was ters wero on hand to prosecute tho ho said: "he will never do it again. teaching on Red Bird for Lewis Grillins. Let nun go, lor Christ s sake. Tho old woman let him loose: the Lyttlh, has gono to her home near Madison County Declamatory boy tried to run, but Adam kept him Manchester. Contest. back. Simon Dolph, of P.'neville, is Prof. J. C. Clark. Superintendent "Ask the little grandmothor's for-- 1 through Leslie, Clay, and of tho Caldwell High school, wishes givoness," ho said, "and don't you ever do it again; saw you take tho Bell counties in the iutorest of the us to announce that during Thanks ' Republican party. giving week the annual declauiatory apple." contest of pupils of the public schools "lib tears in his eyes, tho boy bo-Ogle. of Madisou comity will tako place. L'an to ask forcivoness. Oct. 28. All students of public schools are "Xol that's right; and now, here's u apple for you." Adam got an apWin. SwafTord has enlarged his eligible. Prof. Clark desires to ask that teachers immediately send names to ple front tho uasket, and gavo it to store. him of all students who wish to comtho boy. "I'll pay you for it littlo Ed. Eredorick went to Manchoster pete for the prize, which will be S10 grandmother," he said to tho woman. in cash. Climax. Monday. T "You ruin thorn that wav.tho said tho old woman. IIo ought to be treated so that ho ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS . VflTHrCMMOtJ.'-uHlilwould remember it for a whole week." ittlij l4 t aml k Ms "Eh. littlo trrandmother." said QIMLPIOP CAIIMIT tirtDICK ttWIMQ MACHINE bf tliki.i.u.D..L, ACHANCK FOII rttUNDKII m iu uufwi KVKKVIIOIIY issa Adam, "that is right according to1 rtrfu v iuf hm-MHiufitt;uur uvirni IIViUli UC AO I II mIi .met ir rtriTMrDtoal. mJ Mtkitikt 1 ' our judgement, but not uccording to ESjBSSr Over 20 touchers, 700 students (from ii) states.) Host Library In Kentucky. Xo Hulooua. iZZSttSV&El Special OKer Price $15.50 God's. If he is to bo whipped fori an apple, then what do wo deservo your 0ul,.U,...r.d . .Ill iurn, uflU'"., r 'i J i ... uo for our siusl" .11.00. ail f ,ur rlniiVi aur For those NOT suillcleiitly udvnnced to (ret n teacher's certlllcatoi Tho old woman was silent' a. ti..i.i.U(M.IU.00Hi. M (or lUu laur ut.a rum i i,! '..ul tut muiiiik i I. bran, kau r Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing - two years. Adam told her tho parablo of the lb irf.le.1 valaa.frr BEWARE II. Modol Schools, preparing for Xormal and the advanced courses. master who forgave a debtor all that tiMiu"ttt.,irrliHr OF IMITATIONS ; HMkl... uu i.r tart tarif, tU.rV...UFor those suillcleiitly advanced to Ret a teacher's certificate t ho owed him, and how tho debtor U(bi...4U.nik..i i.lliU.ul.k.ir.i.l.forestryt etc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, went and bogau to choke 0110 who i n& titKi m t inn, u,m higu IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, otc. two years. mill aim, mm tin owed him. V. Normal Course for teachors than) yours, with practice teaching. bet ri.L.p. la ual... ' The old woman listened, and the TrautL. b.lu. In.... VI. Academy Course fouryears, fitting for College, for business, and for life. ran bur. boy stood listening. 1 For those more advanced t VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. 50110 QUARTER SAWCO OAKP00e,C.CAIIillT1ia.iitbH. "God has commanded us to forAdjunct Departments t VIII. Music- - Hood Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory, rluMilitiraa ,i I.Uiu4uimIiVmIuI I'Hunlr iu give," said Adam, "elso wo, too, may 111. ol M opra olib lull IrDulri r ul l. and br.4 In llaca (or IX, Herea Gonorul Hospital Two years courso in tho caro of the sick. WVina. 4 flint detwri. lal.U l.na .L. Li. ..... .......I ... ..ui not bo forgiven. All should be forlu.innl.li,ni..lolil.l Ucd aiuj jUcural irr.ui. irruuili.Mnytn Iron dratrjullii;r.ua(nir given, and tho thoughtless especially.' Buju.tai.1. ruifri, .laad. VI..H l.ra. kub Arm Herea places the best education iu reach of all. It is not a monoymaking Institution. Its instruction ia a baa.. poMllr.rou mulli.Qf .l.arif bullU.autoinalU The old woman shook her head butbla wlbd.r. adju.uu. Uaiinga. pat.nl Un.lcm llljaralar.luipra.aillooaa It oims to help those who vuluo education and will help themselves, and charges a small iucidontal foe wb.ll.aUJa.Ubla prauur I wt, lniuro.d ahuttl caniar. pataat aanjla bar, free gift. sighed. and paUnldr.MHtl.ra. k. 4 I. --. ..!, a.nr.k4 ..4 ra.a..l.a a4 b.lir-J-li to meet expenses of tho rchool apart from instruction. Students must also par for their board. Expenses for term alk.llrla-- a. CUARANTIIO lb. ILjbi.M raUa, aart a.rabU a.4 niral "That's so," said she; "but the .ImUm aal.la. ua. I7 b..a alla..t I. fvalU ard our Tit a In. (12 weeks) may bo brought within 924, about half of which must be paid In advance, a tructloa Book t.lla lu.i bowi,,ni.i.ii ma Hand do allbar plala or aay trouble is, that they are very much b lud u( laacj work. A to.r..r.( al.4Ua UimlMl, aaal wUb ararr Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalitts, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of awf lilnr. iwilod." it en "its vnu NnTUiun iui.i i.au.iu uiu nith all denominations. For information orfrUndlu advice addrett the "Then, we,, who aro older, must M.t. aad than' If aoartaead taal ,.hi ara aaa to t'tl?"l!LTtZ'!Kt' kZill tVa'.iasO? QUO. T. FAIltOlIILD, LL. D., Herea, Mudlson Co., Ky. teach them," said Adam. (7V U ctHtitmitd.) AMm. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III. Where Love is, there God is also. It The Counties. mnt r SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE Rockcastle County. THE THE ' call-wer- d ... 1 11 P'"J ' .lis-ver- y fist-figh- j Jackson County. I d.s-;isa- k Wolfe County. ' i 1 att .s Sse .n'iriro! ' apple-- '' woman ' ' County. j wi-e- ! ' "." "ture j U-s- n v. n..,!.. :.!. 1 1 I mak-speech- 1 1 ' SEND NO MONEY i S1E BEREA COLLEGE stock-raisin- i'-lJ- -J ourtuimv ' KiiiilliflJ A rim tlirraiUoa-.Ibr.llat- ' Vioe-Irfide-