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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 8, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899110801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 8, 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. '1 t a". (HI SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, j 1000. The Citizen. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. I1RKKA, MADISON' AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY c a Tear 21. VOL. I. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1810. NO. The Citizen T. PERSONALS AND LOCALS. A.J II. MclUlii III Iiiwii Hmiitajr. . 0. PASCO, M KOITOH ami 1'ulillalir.l at thr iiRIiv til A.NAOKIl. Till: OITIZHN, Ilcreit, Kxlrrnt nl llir Ky. wtwml-Hiim- W ojflrf llrnn, k'y.. milt moVr. ' .till tun MUriri' In llir lrrrli.l llrn-aWnrk mi lhrri1l(-IiiiIIihk I. pniKriwhiK. wrnl Iminr lo tnle. a.'frt nt Hip oillme Henry Klxniimli ami wife art' In limn fur a fr ila)i. J II. TUv ami wile an- - I In- nnl i.f a tin I'Miml drl. K. T. PUli Uiuuhl a ntc nf tn-- In lilrli nmml MniiiUy. A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made , ymi with thr l.owe.1 prl.Til, rlnhtly mail.-- alMilulrly all wiail ClothliiK In Ainrrhn. HUlitly mailf, aa It Ip nf famnua "Vital." Hraml t'lothlnt; Tallorvil on a.trlrtly w lrnlltlr Imala In c lean, wrll the only rraily iKiauw thr In.l.le, thr triitllatr.1 worknaiiu.. I'rrfnt IttllnK ami In inakliiK, r thr "Vital., Ihr rry llfr of Ihr Knnriit, l wn.ltlirr nf tlmr ami thmiiiht, ami la ilrrliliil iiintraat to thr laMurltiK mvii In I'lothlnc Thr Kabrlm that wc .how arr thr vrry nrwrat onlln.ry thl. Kain. Many onfliicl rxlii.ltrly In na, In Oil farr nf ilralxn. that will Ihr alairr fait., Thr in.at rxtraunllnar; fratiirrrninblnlnir our Kri-a- t utTrr l, that wr an ami lo -1- 1 our I'lnthliiK al said to have protested to (Jen. White against tho use of lyddite shells, iih inhuman in wurfnr.t. Operation In tint Philippine an active. Mae Arthur's command hit taken Malfignlriig, severely defeating the iiiiiirgont. Eleven Americans were woiiiiilel. Aguiunldo has issued u prodama-tio- n announcing to his follower that the American Congress will meet in Decemlicr to decide whether "the ini olicy, and this bloody work" Bre to Im continued. He ak them to conduct themselves so thut Congress will consider them worthy of indcmdcncc. lit requests tho priests to keep out of K)lituw. Courier Journal. I'l- l- ami William Hmt.nf Maw., will re--1 Him In llrn a ncil linn. H O. Illilmm U In Chlrntti .lii.lyliiK inu-l- r CcmiiiiiiiiicMion with I.adysmith !h wllli I'mf. Ira II, tVnnlinan. till cut off, but frequent rumors say Ml. JiHplilnr Knliliwm Kate an Al llmnr tliat Uon. While Iiiim surrendered to In a Irw el hrr frli lid. on Krlila)'. the Boors nt Lndysmith. (Ion. .Itibcrt J M. KjoIjt wa iiiMrnljr Ukrii III lot Tlmi-- I iUj iiinrtilnir, lint U Mimr l llrr now. is The Wide World. VTK arf irrMml to rlotli OLOTHHsTG-- 1 LESS MONEY n "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Mr, J. W. VaiiWInklr m trrjr Inw wild went In inv. rrnii. .nlrll"li a. Tlir Mnniion artlrli alil llii- - arllrli' nilllli-- l "Wlirrcdol I", lynr la Ali." will lie miilluur.1 noil wirk, II II. Miirtini, nf Ailara., Mmm.. who rrluinnl liniiii' la.l jear en animiilnf llluru, I .1111 In lii Wot Main St RICH MOND, KY The Berea Monumental Co. Ir. When i mrr thr KrMay nr !laKiicr.V lliirnitn liatriiiinlilmil with It. In- - ami will run niie l.arln-- r lmi. II will rjr II. l How ran wr alTiinl In irll wirh Than thau rlwwbrrr Our an.wrr l iurr ami .Iniplr: ilau.. uur t'lnlhliur I. miM on inKn-l.Irlitl) i.''li.tnic nn a lariir volutin-o- r hitlur. Thr irlri, thai', nur iurrha.liu aiwrr Ihr luwi-rnu- hlKh xrailr Clothlnx (or luom-Our. I. a imalrrn .Inrr. iimatrurtril on thr .mallrat manctn nf iirnflt, lunrr ClothliiK wr aril, thr jtrratrr thr .lory In a nul-.hrl- iou mini Tif renull of ytml mrk and reasonable price now have cunlomern in all xirtt of vie mate in that tee Ml. W.h. Jr Dunn's and Bradstrcot's n)ortn Jntiu show that tho country has reached a I.I.hnI IliiriHtr hail the mNfurtunr to ru.tur iw)i,.t U..iw thr rll.i nf hi rlilit stale of proserity never before anirvinietunwrvk. him. but h haa about rv in its Malory. Largo pur- nivrrtil IhrUM-n- f llir arm miw. chases of niuinuiiitioii, packed moats, Hr, W. WUim. Italy Hill. N. V..m). hrart Ilr rmiminrml Ouu Mluulr C.iukIi furr. It and other army fcxxl for tho Trans-voa- l my alfr ImniKllatf in ..iir.ulliiK war Imvo swelled tho volume of A.lhina." I'hwMiii in takr. Xrrrr fall, to "inli kly curr all n.ilulii. ml. I., ui,k ami thnwt trade tho past few weeks. Tluro are ,r,,",,l a. K UrMi. Jr heavy gains in hunk clearings over u Ml.. lUiblnMin M- l- Jamilr J,,lui yoar ago, and a groat increase in railr'rl.lay nlulit. nhrre Mi. Jiihlii.,1 1, to hate an way earnings. al t'hrUt. lloiltal.tn tuuinr. - lii'lriKtUe Inturr la. til(lit. rntltliil. 'KarmliiKnu tin- - WnU-rI'laln" Kh'harilxni ami luutm, a dmihcr ami l.rotlirr In law nf Kv an. Itlrti.nl.. h. manhal. hair IkiiikIH mil Hi I. lira. Ihrry .ulilr ffll i II. tint Inlna urll at I lip mhiiIII nrar llnn-a- lull Mini nil llir fall II la tlial he kI riiitiliiul)' ilry. Ht r OlltM-r- t Wallnn, llir Niullirru Mll"iirj i.f tlie Alnrrli-aMiwluiiary Auaiatfun, aia-n- t NATIONAL NEWS. l Iwn.la). with llrv Si. K wirk Ui.lr.it fnini Immr In The Cabinet in diaciisiiug tho ipies-tiu- u ltl MIMrjt Janialra.I wrllr.ahr hoi-- hrr wild hrr lim.iinl, n Dial of a civil government for Culm, Mrr. IiiimI aiinllirr at llrm, lint lint rrlurii till rar which will hoou bo tul)linliHl. with Postmaster-Genera- l Heath ill his lm)lhuiiHiniltnf It. all.TrITr.tr. amiuall) ilr It may I iiilrkl) Annual strongly advocates frco riihl by Onr Minute I'oiuli furr.. thr mil)-r- r mnlrltiat .n.liim Intiiir-llat- r delivery in country districts. n.ult. In (i.uifli. Ho tirniHvllla. iiiruiii.iula. ami ilirnai says it will increusa Kntiil receipts, ml.U. rrmii. will IrmiMr. It irrrnt iniiaiiinitlnu. caumi improved roads and increase, a. K WrJch Jr P. O. II.iixiii Irfl thl. iiiiirlilnc for Falinuiuh. tlie vnluo of farm lands. an. a few il.ja. On hi. A Colonial lmniu in alout to lie K).. whrrr lir will hr will Tl-- lt a established, to take charge of ntfairs Wllllaiil al Wiiirhrtt-r- . .hurt llmr with hi. mui in tho recently acquired tioMKcssious ' I hail it.-..(flflXM-rr)nr ami im fmiml iwrDiHii.nl till I ti.ik KihI.iI H)M h of the United Stiite. i.lat'unk Xuw I am wrll ami like a nvw Gen. Puustou has loen enthusiaH-ticnll- y Itnaii.' wrtlidAAfatVUmliit Murrtr. NHi "Irfl received in Kansas and pre- thr lir.t illu.laMi known. Inrra all fiirnn nf i. Ilimlluii.. l'h).li'Uu in rjwhrrr It sented with a sword by tho State. ml alirrmon ii rl ran nf a f wrrp llimun Irtmi Ihr Irark, ncMr rnunt nf rntlrn tin. I'rwl lini. T Kaln hllil vavra rrv lit train nn Intrn-lln- COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND - Anything in the monumental line 1st ii know mul ire will end you (tesiin and price it KENTUCKY ... Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. At prices to suit the times. Ulll iiait JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. ,IADIplOrCAIIIITlMKOlClIIIMaMACHIlJC Berea, Ky.( -. i SEND NO MONEY tLlVl?" fcf iouou UUj MtWMiM7,zarllr .ltht.t..D.it lumiofiii, jour ocarrc. ircik'niaepot &na ll lu rtprMOtl,MiiJ t kkwklUim mI be it irra r4nf alaf t1.i, a.uc l.rliv resrt, Offer Price S15.S0 Uftrbiit Aa ctffii i cuiKivamlthArrcftrhtwIU QlVt IT THBtl MONTHS kTrr&irnuforeMhftooiiiIlM. ronton bnBM.ua we will return ymr 1J. t any nayyua TBUlIn aro not Uincd. WmI1 bUn itUfullrili-nimlwklaat our lrrs tia,4. iil.o. ilt.001 4 mp. all latalM CauUf. but 1. W for thlt DRUF I)Lfc CiBIAKT Bl EDlCa U ! rrmtTerr4 by mmr b . k SBttKar Specl.1 freight cbrre. lMOMiiU.oacnar m x i i awawaaaawavaawvawa awpaiaaBBHaaaBi BEWARE OF IMITATIONS bu Jefy HiMBiaflBW.w.v.aw aBKiaasiBsiBk a TatstDtNT raosT and raortsson rtoceas. ruff RIIE?niniar aa. kaM under varloi.1 ntrne. with varfaaala. xodci-- ??Z unuiunT, aaatrlal m ckiuk kiuxb mint, wnil nil uaiatiB ur aUiE, Made brth eI tHlLfPi IB Anrrin. Traaa he Wal tukii.QUARTER miD www lucaaurvpM-rirvU otker r SAWED OAK aiirull 14 M mh1 aJ ft tTTtT with full lanctft. UU tad bc4 In LMWina. 4 faae irtwera. lata laM a, WmASSZSZ: 4aa I -' M The Mountain Region. Courage, . . Colored ia' ' i Carpenter's Trade Class OP IIKIIKA (OI.LMIK. There are a few vacancies loft in tho beginning Class in tho Carpon-torTrade School for tho Winter term. Enough students hare signi-lie- l aftrraahnrt lllnr... Ilr )rar their desire to tako tho course to nhl, ami lean-- a wlfr. waa i lill.lrcn ami (rami nearly fill tho class, hut aa some huvo rhll.lr. ll. Ilrt . if rthh k rmi.turtitl thr Knirra. r wnt word that they intend to outer -- I wmil.tn't Ik' without UfWItt'a Wllrh llairl the class thit winter, wo hum conc II. cluded to 0Mn registration for this SaUrl.iran) rllil l, ration." tt liifalllhlrfor pit.--- , rut.. Ithoh'K. IVnti course nith I'rof. Marsh, by mail for hum., ami "kin illtraw., Ilwan of iiiuulrrfclt., tho of those who are not hero S. K. W.l.li, Ir. to register. Students will lie ndmit-te- d Iji.I V.ilm-- l) nf T. 7., ulithl. Ill Ihr to th eluxs in the onlerof their Mornm, who wa. InaiMn.. thr amllrmv. Sulrr registration. llauiinoml. nf itiuul). ami Prnt I.. , niii-l.lit alra-m- think I ,n.. It, ami my mnr)il-nIn It itmwn wllh cm . lliiunl liv." It illd-at- what ) mi rat ami .ill. k ly ruiKily.ia'pftU ainl IihIIki'.iIoii. a. K. WVIi-li- , Jr. Walkrr ll Thurulay. Smrlnl.T .'. Ki.lal Ir 11.11 llailvii, Huiiimlt. Ala.. My.. " ..la Curi'l.a Kia.l innlk-lur- . H)., V Ikulur. nf . imilr kidhI Hii'hr. at thr child in lKirn;tho doctor in attendance, gels $10, tho editor gets It. tiro. Nolanil, llikiklaml, !,. m), "My wlfr hail' II ia christened and tho minister gets illi- f.irty rar. lrVllt' Witi-l- i llmr I s.hr and tho alitor geta (X). When it runMlirr lllthrlHt iUr In Viiiralca." II ami i nrr. all .kin lUtra-- . tnarrioa tho miniator geta $10 and a li.iali a. K. w. l.hJr niece of cake aud tho tslitor gota (XX). rtrnliiK a ait nf mrk ami tin lat In tho courao of time it dies; tho doctor geta from $T to $10.), ami tho min- l.'aii.aui! niiiio A,lr nf Miuiiklu. furuUhiil byI Mr ami Mr. t Kluir. wa. .urrnnmhil ister, porhiiet, gta another $", an I iniiiU'lrly aunlhllali'.l by a fonv iiiii.MIiiii an. nf unilerlaker from $ to $."(). Tho ed- Mrurv. Tlllnr W hlti. J ('. t'halilli. A. K llrallv. itor prints a uolii-- of death ami obit- Miiillh, Nlma k. Ilatllr. ami Jnhn.tnu, llulh Ihl. uary two coluiima long and geta (XXX), feat ami the bran, wrn' wrlliloiir. liesidoa lixlgo and aocioly resolutiona, Von nrwr kiion- what form nf I.I.mnI iNui a freotrtrd of tkauka mill a lot of will fnllow iiuitlatlou. Keri llir llu r cliaii Kitry. No wonder tho editor geta by ii.Iiiii )rVlu'. I.lltlr Karly Klx r. an. I you rich. Ex. will ainlil Imublr. Turyan faiuiiu. Iltllr A Wialm-KUI rlm-t- for inutlMtloiiaii. lit ami Imurl tmubln. a. K. Wrlch, Jr, I Until Forte Notice Stlbscribora to 1 THE CITIZEN may A uIhu Tlir Iiiwii rlrilliili ni-u- t a. Iiillout, INilliv JtiilKr. J. W. Van Winkle i, I'liaa. I.. HaiiMin U: Maralial, Win. Shia klry II.'; Trii.ltv.. J. O. Tivti-Ilumuan lir.'. U, S, C. I.ewl. HO, (iisi. Ainr. ii. s. K. Wrlrli, Jr. . Jamr. Hllfall !. ! j The Toledo Blade or Commercial i The Louisville ! Don't ? K.llt.ir Mlnutr t'uiigli Cure i.hela-- t I ri--r iimsI." lminr.ll.ldy re--! Ilvtr. ami iinialia. inl.U a.tlmia, iuruimiula, brnnilillla, nrl'K ami all llmail . S. K. Writ h; Jr. nil. I all Iiiiik Iniulili-a1 N. II l. y, "Our lnriri.ili For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. Madison County Court Day. Tln-r- wa. a ueraliluli ami wlea .low Mi kiI many rattle iiu.liaml, K.niu cliuliv le xU usr I'.Im-- . Miss It ni al 1 triil. ami i lioliv liclft rn al wi iil (mm I" In ?Ji. uiiiinllUK t i lew Were lillireil Only a ( This is one of God'a grand . . divisions nf the faith. The Stat i. iirm luin nut nisi, iinren HinniiH n and county lines wero made liy mei . lull (SihI tutidotlio river courses, and for equal rightH and privileges. Liko j thooceiiti liains, and the linos that mo!t Aineriean eolleges, nnd all En-- , M'ptr.ile the mountitiiiH from th roiK-iioiut, IWett welcomes all j level lands. LEWIS A. DAVIS, to it privileges, worthy young Tho iiiup shows how largo tliii inouiitaiu reirion is nnd how it U and lo.ives results to ho t letenninoii Medicine located in the vorv center of tho hv tho "law of tho fittest." Caste ami South. It includes part of nino! projiicieearo slow to tlie; but let no Ollice at Hesideuw. btates. , f.i.... .I.f ILiriMi tioll tint lie "in nt tlie . , .ivt, me Mfuiui imtce, uie iiininiiaiii irni inn, ill i (woplo, as a ru i e, wero loyal to .i ni death when tho E. B. McCOY, e Hro prom, oi inw .ii.uic.c..i....r. L moil in tho uivil , ar, so that llioy Northern belong willi the North rather than some of our mountain and with tho South. Their heroic part in students, but none the less proud of saving lit" Union is one of tho most the grand recortU made by our color-ti- l glorious pages ill Auiericnu history. students. Wo give a fow examples. In tho third place, tho mountain A. P. SETTLE, A lad camo to Berea, found that he foplo have been without good roads, so that they have not been ablo lo could eqind his whito classmates, beAttorney and Notary Public, keep up their aititiaiutunco with tho came the first colored graduate, aud liuve Ihhii world outside. Wlii'o they Berea, Kentucky. coloi- shut away in tho hills tho people ih now has the best position of any teacher as Principal of a State Nor- - 'omivouMaluHrrrt, in uawutv Hi.ix. uitair. tho other parts of the country have ed Imhmi getting maiiy now invention. Dial School. and improvements CENTER In tho fourth place, thero tiro man) , Uiirorenees among t . lounta.n peo ! '. " . ,it,v VJ rY L. L. L, 1 I I pie themselves. They arc separate j ... .... from each other as well as iroin the, pensos, ana is uow i.miv i iniiii.u m ll C. I. OQQ, Proprietor. valleys par a eeloimuou couege. outsitle world. In some cuts who could not reatl have taught A coloreil man Hnished a Classical Poht03.NothlDgjlBniyThe the ten coiiiiuandmeniH to their cltil course at Berea, tlevotetl himstdf to drou by word of mouth aud tho house teaching, remaining- at one place for Finish ,it;the Lowest Prices; 'Best hold industries, spinning nnd weav- the past seventeen years and more ing, have Ihhii maintained, and the than doubling tho attendance. people are among the most moral and A ni'L'ro irirl came from tlie far resmvtablo in the couutry. In other Southi com 11 etel her eollrxe 1111(1 Weill . i r 1 . I ,,,n.varumo.,M,,-back to her native State to givo hor, frtth KhntOPTaoher. iiiovihI away, and whisky has coint educating the masses. if0to 111, aud wickwl things have booudouo Dft.ii.KiriNiAMAiKHHisi'i-i'i.iKt,x.b0idier worked his way from Fro.11 the very lH.ginniug of Borva the lH.gii.niug, made a repulatlou for' Fine PhOtOgraphSatJReaSOnable Prices r)llgtsit8facul yhastakeu a great graduat.Hl. and liecamn Vitir aboiit lierea a ,ectaltu. interest in the loval mountaineers, i 11110 f.t... lore nosi coiorou oreuc I'rusideut Fuirchild and all the pro -, Vouug colored man took IJerea uilessors took trips among tlie people, ploma, and became auccessively P. 0. G-visiting schools aud teachers insti oiiii'iai rroiessor 111 i igu. scuooi, n nxI PJT AT K A il I N tutes, aud getting acquainted with M. C. A. secretary, and Principal of a U fl N VI M the people at their homes. Nearly .1 111111 W ..AAWWV W m,l00 twenty years ago one oi the acuity from tho mountains colored man inu.lo a lecturing tour of two thous - , waJked hore ,nieai workel uud ...... I it till milt hr.rrioliiifu. Kfuiikinir in . i i t ... BiuilKHi ...... nn ..w- t lien mr iuii juum.uurr P'livo counties. 1 rest- , tin,iiiu itiunloL.v. nnd is n tiro t a onrrn nir rv tt m. u. dent Frost has followed up this io- ,:rr,, . ."itv Htor ueer work, with great energy; and a tnau took our i MEDICINE and SURGERY. various liereu workers have visited pi.lou:ni ivl,lrv. instructor here m j v.. n...t. d..hj. . di.i ivivuhiwih.. .f ntain regious or Kentucky, uiusniLai lUIIIVI was sneeessively an Wlllt lu rraiiicr uunuiiiy,tc 109 tlie Hmj for Tchphooc 103 Carolina, and irguniC Tennessee profi hl formal School, and ' p:'r piinnl Tho mountain country N certuiuh DEXTAl. SURGERY. going to bo uuprovtHl. Tho questioi; A typical negro came from the coin-i- s whether foreigners are to lw m0u school, for over ten years strug-brougA. WILKES SMITH. D. D. S. m to improve it, or ; whether .S'HirA Riitldlnu, Main Street, M through tho full course, Wat tho mountain peoi lo themselves shall wor,Hi classniatos, Iwth ut Richmond, Ki. Imj so educated that thoy can do It. Ue woo,,.piu uml j,, tjle clllHsrooin, Telephone, Ur.lilnire, uU4, OrHi e, No IO. Berea College proiwseH lo teach tho mJ teacher is blessing his coin- I ..... .. tr ..1 o Friends. cmnrr, iajoniw imai. Fcntinimyu iiuo ataJMS. rNN lam aft tvea poIUrvfoQr tnoU'nfiaLlX tbraadifl vlbraUar iaitU,utm bctU wlhdr. adjnttaUD bearinfra, fMUenttontloa Laraior.tpreTaVii wteel, a djmublt prefer foot. Iraprorad ihatU eartler, palal naWk i iiMMatH m mn I 4 lniUMh'i, relent creafl cainu alUlirlMa). GUARANTEED tVallvlilearaaalatr. aMaaaraalaaaa MMWall Ktrrj aoWleatatfhlaaaMde. ItV-aUataaeal hi raraka4 and oar Fr anynns ran nn Hand doclthtrpUlaoraayf structloa Book Ulljjutt how kind of lanry work. A fO'TtnBUlf 6aaralltantwHhrTr7maclilAa.( -- wal, corn para It with IT COSTS YOU NOTHING ..in at a.eo to 1 io.. (L and thrn If BniiTtiuird thai rou aio .anna tlUM to II0.00L nar rmr rr.1. ni iar in. E Til tLTrtX Y(Hk al.tO ir.tan.ltm.vrhi.ttlirrlnonlhTouaTToaarDot Mtlaflwi. OftAtt lln.su. . .rrai hlr rrllabl.. Kdlur.) a.are SOlfT DELAY. 0.ra. R0.I111C flrtdrcss. SFORS ROHBUCK & RQ. (!nr.) ChlCaKO. IH. Hi aa Yon Want GOOD GLASSES Berea, Ky. and Surgery,; ..!..,...,, Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. ' VOU WANT Til KM AT ALL. that arr not pniprrly ailjuttnl to your 1 kuow ll. ad rye. are actually ilaiimroii will nut Mttrinit to juU vim oiixht to know It. yourryw until know wliat nwsleil. Klawa to lilaw-1 1 1 Eye. examined Irre. A Sice line of Xorelties in T. A. ROBIHSON, JEWEUiV. Jmlerand Opllclii. STREET I f"i,u,uDJ" -- nT ttl r.AIIDHV Job Printing Dirt Chea of Job printing at very cheap rates. Here are a tew sample prices: $1 25 500 White envelopes I OO Ruled Note Heads 500 I 25 . Ruled Letter-head- s 500 500 Hill heads 13 lines 500 Regular Statements . Hand bills . 500 ' " 500 cj x 12 -- We are prepared to do all kinds BURTON, m I uuiugldyua. s 6x9 I 50 I OO 1 1 soo Business Cards II V . 50 25 it. ........ I I O TO niniAin ortlt r u ill or .VI WW lkt onl . M bMimunmU.-StmUrilra- knml bill or tlir. otontht tmnlX wial be paid Onltn .Wu om any our of tht abort or in adniMir. rir 1I'U I KK I JaiWi, Mail orders carefully attendeU to. 1 - ,: nr LIVERY". STUDBNTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. ,4 fuU-bko- d 1 Kodol Dyspepsia I c., Cure .j,,, uj I ...ml ..t. IIIU1III1UIII Gome at ji DAUNTS Once J Ll;r, DESIGNS AND C0PTRICHT3 OHIAINtU All subscriptions must come Z Z through Tins Citukn, ADVICE AS TO PAtEN.'kBILIir Nollco in " IliTiullv. Ae " Book "How tooblaiu Clutrgtt moJaralr. No fr. till patent it Mcored. li.tt.ri atrlctlr oonfldcntlal. Addreaa, E. 0. SI6GERS. PUI WlilQti)a70.. C. FREE lantl, ami lay drains, aud tako care of the forests, ami develop tho milieu. Ami it is lilting many mountain girls to tench school, and" nurse the sick, and improve their homes. This issue of (ho Citizen Is seat out to explain these grout plans to tin looplo. 1 IIKIJO llii.M.uuli.i.un .livuincii-- iu UII.KUW outtvj UuDI,J Mauv other colored students in the writer's mind have bravely gone through the whole course, in the face of obstacles, aud are now lights hi as Ojflee Hour, a to It A. M., many communities, us teachers, I to 3 i'.'M. National Bank Building preachers, and lawyers. You cm. Richmond, Ky. tlo the Mtuue. J. C. MORGAN, aud Nature In strengthening digestive " strutting the exhausted scove redd Mutcans. It Is the latest d No other prenaraMjHi ant and tonic I It artificially digests the food ami akta Digests what you eat. rs Dental Surgery, It In. can approach It In stantly rellevesantl iiermiinentlycups Dyspeiisla, Indlgtlou. Ileartbw, Flatulence. Sour Stomach. Nawwi, Sick Hea(laclie.OatraluMa,CrttinM.M alt other results of linx.rfectdlKesl. Pr.partdby E C D.Witt &Co,CljlJsV S. I!. WUI.CII, .IK. ctUi-ienc- THE CITIZEN. T, DRIFTING. a. The lingering day Kinks In the arm of giola." night, "'I hanks," replied the other: "I dost mim Our tonguea are mute, 'it In that silence thie with the bud, though, for ton lifter holy It is enough to make a tin licno ih'siie that the apparent npNir Vain tvonls would only mar eaeh aoui'b hate olf teasing. IN THE NICK OF TIME. t nut) of Hireling ll'Kiitrangiies again had delight. nit cross. Marietta." I won't fanned "Well, any more," The- Illulil Mnn tpprnrs tn lh I'pon the lake's edge stand the weeping rtt.i put hi t handteiie her friend's anil Mari done In into life. What bud not that man How 011M I loivite? Weiue me on shoulder. w lllon s. Crn-ti- l rrils Him nml rlli A tender the line w.i Trailing with IIMIraa arms, the waters "I am sine, thoii'ili. it was he. mid I will all not finiiinl III Cnrnl runt ) nrr. woman niifjii loinlone what man would Kate the last word." clear; I ht should I not be the woiideleil to whom the refereiue was lifter pass ntci oterheaJ, roseate and pearl-graThe lnrl, tenuisicr tins In ibnrinR Whilebillows made, as Anginl.i replied' "I really do not Insttiimcul o timl's punishment nn that Ills iirifnrluitiili' horse, vthoh had Me close to heaven's btcast. Pome rtnra line if it was; but there is isiliIo, draught, and man? Without Dun nothing slipped mill fallen mi tlir tutnoth appear, I niut shut this doot." mid if I Miti it sled killing I r.iitrnngiics dissiti hes snleiniily by known ollicial of nml ii would It Hot mean lint the died hail His slate, und Inllnwiug them up nt ipiichl.t imthrrril tc And wink their eyes as though She iiime up soipiukly that there was nn nine by a Just roused satiitioli? (Ill the other band, thete weie ssilet tetter, ttlurh either lonlirtiied tin III, t lie offer nihli'c. Angeri-ihecniiM' I was time In rctie.it, and in a moment from slumber. the winds oi ,nonaiiilii text, and the lor ol pet ipute n ililTrinit ininplexion oil their While peeping through a vaporous tall applied tin- - whip hec.nisoif tin ilrhcr git chess I had seen with mine own etes She gave a little erj nml stepped hack. niiaiiinc; taking care to ihoose his Messeu-srrturlous met hods stitrercstiil h, ircnttho The above. Tmi l.nle, distant east takes on a nrrnter limber. Tossed bl doubt, him lesttlteil, now wntct "Who are tnu, sir? Hon dare.tou I" siiih manner tint he would hate iinett just wluit id iln In mi rim rgnwy A horspmm hiint it ti t ir prison yard. The twilight breeze Is singing low of line. I was light tn I saw that the nothing tu fear (nun faihueof tlieus othir was going t. sftiMin ing at one tune it'll, nil of tin' kind, scleral tut-t- i in llii' iiicrcnt.-lni- r "Ilrptietril' he s.iiuii.i, utut wand a men law, at aiiotlni em imip,i-,-i- l l. ,1 out, ntul "I Int.'ifime with a letter for jou." tu paptr a nil "Madam, I croud lilntnl Unit ll timid In- :i We drift, my love, and t, 'mid twilight toil to b.' buist forth. is aboliitel) imploie tnnble tear nf sin I did what all still. Thcie splendor. dun inisior-- i eniitiuued, ami, pulling from "Ion late. rep .r.l the warden, sad!)'. jinoil tliltip tn phe tlie tirntnt turn tcT The sunset glory's sheen spread on the grr. I hate had business with jus etiel-lenr- 111 un .11 kiiih unit' or iner, Mlik w on lueast isskel .1 sidled but uiiiiililressrd "Is the man liaiigid a.'n oh ' n touch iif his hum tthlp. All that was sk-- ; mt kint-a- nd wiistiiii with the temptation. piiket, he hsndisl it to me. "His ami missel nn ttnv. Pardon the "No, but he has latin lie heaitt bleak-fas- t Id Her face Is close to mine, her eyes are net know tth.it wnn nf prat.-- I Used, leliet," hv said, "tells me )nu knnw what to ot ham and iggs. toller and uit.itnrs!" nicking- tin ii lender, mil v'len and I stood with my cap un j rail sni this. iln I was tliel. tender, or how long but I!eeitite ililiiilii t wis all right III its hand. brisk, hushies-lik- i' with this." iiki ti. nppni'ciitlv And glowing I lth a light that cannot die. plate, but it i on,. I pot be siillelnl tn inter in was.it line mt "Weil, fir," said the l.id) Angiola, ".is lli.it when "I do," I gate answer, and. examining the t'oliiiucri'iul tratelrr, iu In il rttnril oursr of the loiin I bad 1011 a halit j would le lib tin s, ite seals i.ili llillt, put the letter in the pmhet Irre with horseman iitiuiial was lllolfetrnts. u nppc.trcil Hint tin- Yes, the s Held lil.lbly nil I., il ur t'pon her face there falls a heavenly glory, you hate loiiml out that oil hate .nls-.- d ll'Klili.inslli's tn the Mistier of Ami of a test, hIihIi I wote under my blilf nut foiunlig. but The sun's last rays reflected from jour way, had ton not better turn kick!" that at .nird little or until. rten mm. i nrtiinatcl.v ut this iinincnt abote "Then that is done," he icplicd, "and now, Ing under the iiriuinstaiiiet. "Why, .Migiola, it is the gentleman who tor mt honor? I would 'tin it ,0 ', again. Detioit Minu'one liml hiiiffiii'il the linn s, the And pictured there I see that old, sweet liscued us not in distant lands, hut here here, where sttfiinte, hate ton aii)thliig tn dunk 11) the gardens!" called mil Ma story. II w.i l.tketl Irttiu me, anil tlirn lioto nroM' mill tin1 t ;i in:-- r luM nu what H tool Ihirsit is hke a limekiln?" i donna Maruttn, with a sudden A trusting woman's pure, unsullied love. -' When mv shield was wh.,t otHf time In hltclilnp up mill ilritiiiir uttnt Jason I'mtv, Osrnrtlllr, tin., sinyai "I am snrry I hate not. but if .tint will "Who looks as If he wete here now to In I sheathe III) swhiI, rebuild 011 llli oie pursiinl ht the maledictions nf the air We drift, alone, her hand In mine, contld- - make up lor it by tutting our thtoats Ac me tn the Marisco." "I fir! it mv tint v to write and let toll dd castle ."al.ilie Hills, and there. the "'I he MantiMso! IIIihhI of St. .lohn' No know what )oor imilu mr, Dross,' lias cording tn .toil he should have been d) ingot gry spectators. ing. lirlMps ish! I TIip mad thim: ttln n iiMtlr Miriosfos fur me." he butst in, as thr .Inlie for me I hale had rliruinatisiii alsiut grntly murmur as tvr gld, I lie trnielltij; iniiii phititcil hi. jrrlp starvation at Santa IVheitn." lh.it smiv fell iitoti tup Hat here was sn. fi tnl went out of hisi heek at the lei) thought H fars, hut was able to hr un most of tlm Within enoh heart etern- -l lote atldlng. I cut 111. "I I had died nf h ".Madam." llll UK' I'llJJC (if till Mtlt'H.lIk 1111(1 turmil .1 ti ir ago l.i.i Mi), when I was Talth. hope and trust, tntt (Jod will ever starvation rather than heaid this I will, 1 pinsan nwtter ns slisp. and I hi.l work ol last night's alf.ur. "Man ahte! if llor time, to tlip iitidicnce. "Tlil sort of thltijj taken down and not ab.e to itinte alsmt. giiii. howeter, tctote what I haw reecitcd Ii I. r the lie rrow, so I pillltsl intst lf to 'ether, Hie only knew what happened last night Als'iit .ix weeks ago I saw tour .idtertlte-liieiU. I'nrl t.ltsey, In Louisville Courier Mioiiui nut ih tolerated, he mill in nil 'iitli ,i inu.d uioie lomfnrtablr tli.in loi the vtlml" place would U- - in an npnwr It tou can otdi show me the wat out of this uui Mn.tr for . simple Initio. After Journal n .lit .1 iklt sw.,.1 lite onilis mm the lag. ilUIct, dt'trruiincd tone. "Ihcrt hniirnf was hkv lor the senetart that louiauie I ik.ng .1 fi tt doses, it did me so hiih Ii good house shall ho grateful, and ck again ,.w ngiii.i to I lie l.istining of thr do r, and. the tiny hi this great oil), Mtppost'd tn In his aid. as I had tn protest l.i Simnt that I ordrrifl s. iite nmrr f..r tntsrlf and pardon for disturbing ton." sicking tn? bed. steit a dlenmlul slrt-- until ladles first, tnu know and could uot heip rtetids and in etrtt issr il hs tlonr wan. "1 suppose .ton ate speaking the truth. lie I lie seal mill center of western chili . y the iisoiig of my iters ami gitrn aroused satisfai tinli. Dr. the his exrillrin t any w.i) " Come, gite me that candle. Marietta." ation nml retliii'inent. we are slioeKnl It was Kith a tery ditliuiit air "(lint,' sn," mid I rose with a smile, "but WondlilT, mvI,"fjimlt ph i.n i.i ti. who has had The other handed her landlcstuk. and, iMgeniis 1.V nets of brutalitt' d that would put i.t.iknig'.'i tin iiintti. tears, refusing mj prnflcr to bear it, und with a tlmt I tt 'in don n the st.nr that morning, ton must allow me tn sis- that jnu fol that s.its it is the most rlHnrii' ihrnmatir inisl. in snninc 'lie bash! lianuks. or the I curt tispiest to walk in front, she duei tnl nod rr.ihtrtl, trmn intilrasi, how Innten limekiln of toius. I .mi ouh sorry I must trine he has rtrr UmiI M it .11. Wrl." Apaches. Is it u fnet that vtcliatebe I meant to Imto heait a lull purst'eiin make ask tint to ifimr a little wat with me " and led me along the liitiTiiuiiiiblo " Ihe alstte refers tn "S aierfnt )'onie Intireil to the MiiTi'ilngs of nun "Oh' I would gn lung way for a can, rure for rheumatism, kidm-- and all kin until I ti'tognind the lomdoi (run. wlnih paid ( Ii at nme. but he was Lot in his ui women nml children, mid cten the poor lue; so htvakiustetl in a leisurrl) manner Sitnor Donati, and will drink one gladly to dred complaints Ihe proprietors. Swan-oentered. I was again nb.iul to thank her, at the si ;n ol the Double ITctrm ami then Jour Co, llll tkr M., I hte.ign, Ii but she simply pointed tn the dooi. icnsis unit uraw- liiirileus nliout the to letiiltiisl. So sating he got up, and te went down nllrr during end 1 W' samplr Isittle for unit' "Your way lies thete, sir " Mrects.' Neter let it lie said that Chi lOo the next .Tildsts. tr .ulr to read ,s ihiii as I touched the Alblri I'alair, I and out into the sticct. I tisik Into to mt opened the door ami stepped on tn the has no heart. I do not bellcte it unit straight to ( 01 i's ottiie. and found him ordiliari. "The Double I'lorm." and hetimk their iidtrrtiM'mrnt of last ttiek. stairway without another word. In l neliete that ever.v man within sound '1 lie in iittitersntion with a man. a hing time 111 ipivtiihing his thirst W licit the door behind me I glamcd one of my .nice N sympathetic, but ttohate Tlinrniiulilirril. Copyrteht. 1851. by P. Arr'ton & Co, mine in herditection She was alreadv on Litter staiteil wlieii he saw me, and hurritsl-l- at last h ' had done, he wished me foist d.n. lifetime Mpathrtic. We would e.tend A New Yolk sis irt) dame, who Is an .in look his di'pattlllc, but tint Iwfme I i"f and we paltisl. Uot deeming it di sitiible tn All rights tferi.) In r wav back, the single candle throwing dent upholder ot tinnil mill ullotinte MilTerlng if the right him wit fur thr Preneibrw, a.ol mv le sivn tiMi much tiui-the.inisl its soft hjjht on her hee lobes and grateful in the stm-tsIleguve me on Inend anil Ifsitira I hi, I miieli to do lt c, t olf bt tention of t iiirltt t.. Annuals, iism a little shadow it last night Eguie. mini; uccurieu to us at the proper uio CHAI'TKK X. Continued. fox trrmr of nhnh she is rtirnlmgl) final. Ii liMik as he elil out. perhaps he was s,ire thetteniiig made up m.t mind tnreoitii ment. Hut it doe.- - not, mid the oppor made mt way dow n the stairs, at the end A nun who ailrd on hrr t he ut her day w si ' ilh the oii miiri of .he end ol my limit, and the gnhl Ian I had pledged, and after thai admiring the dog ,111. j.ked hi r mistress Now it happened that as I cained the cor. rc.1hr.1ng the sciiMtion ot siiddcult tinding unity to do a good not pastes, mid we had a iiiuid to gite Inm thr day, but pro how she, with .1 In r liuniani' ihrorns, eouki In biiv .1 hnre and iput llniriire tt onto t ridor I saw- - in the dim light a figure re my foot the ground niter the last step Jureter elude ourehes for the net-le-d. held mt I thought treating hastily before me. but with noise irr In mt oil there n.is ut another and was ilt nthwas litukingtntigue Iwtivreii my tieth. I lie tan itself I should hate liked In hate s.'lownl thr rue! dog Ciei niiiih disturheil and an Ictutn, as I had pnunistf I, or rather said Misp's tail and ears tn thr fashionable less footsteps; and having in mind the brought up with a n.istt jerk. Meppingout "All men, nil i;cntlcnicii," he said, rals-in- ttrange ot birtitt. he dame drew herself up to 1111 s :i as I no) id, i.n I laughed my auger last night lh.it I would; but I attempts to pl.u- spy on u. I made softli into the tnet, and holding my drawn and ripiiid. with umr luuirur his mice and slow Iv openincr his tnlthotight that, alter all, I had been the in- iniild see in way of doing this without at no iloiilit but that here was the tiilprit, and word in mt hand. I hurried tow.uds mt -"Mt dear d. ise, "should he prepared at nny mo- - tollowcd up. I had gone about .'si pans I tutting too much attention tin my wa.t thoroiighlmd tir. nap etH-tin- letiirits to Kverr saw the tiguie turn at th abode. When fox trtrirr hue I In the iMwiibrnkcr's kept mv c)cs wi il his tail and ears slturtrnrd ud of the corridor and enter another gal meni to rcliete heard the sound of a dimr ocintigaiid shut .Now, I hare Ami tlut i ii. and caught .1 glimpse ol the bbrart hiiuib rd man wrntatt.it si ing to him-cl- f: here an intnlttable compound, put up lery, then another, and let another, linallv ting behind me, but thinking it was the w mil ; sirdf, walking on tl.e other side of the "That's the tirsl tunr I rtrr thought ol i pl.iwng it.th the door I had lett linlm kel. lorin, worm its Height in gold, vanishing ns it were against the wall. read, ugiigci I in iniiti rs.ai.in with a nun, 'nob!rtr olillgr," as spe v.llg to lot notiie, and went nit being put out merel) to introduce to my not Knowing the way properly, and to having no key, look whn, his eeimniuu dress, had 1:1 air licit."- - l iiiiinuati Kiopuier. to general notice at the insignificant the senn gloom, I wa unable to follow fast 011' but viou became nt.aie was being tol it I he latter ot rank parted from Crj s enough to otcrtake the spy, who thtte lotted. I stopin-d- . therelotcanildohU'iate iirS nuiii oi ten cents, one measly dime m phew almost us soon as I saw thi-- n, and To Lot Aniirlpt nml ttiullirrn Call bcfoic me like a gliost, hut a verv human It faud tound. 'I he dsil-tcbehind me in s! Ki'iirdnieeii, gentlemen, by all the hurry. When at length I nine un to the slant!)' icise-d-, and eoiild make out through the siribe ke(.t nn in my dirif tmn ! saw . Inrnlii. he was again following me. and icgrrttcd learned sutants of Ktirope to instant-ly'eiir- e wall, 1 looked to so there wan a door of Hie mis. ilighi the sh.idntvr hgure 01 .1 in 111, Kvrry Knilty night, at In p m. a the meri t I had shown last mght. lesultiug, through 'lourist I ar tor U.s Artgrlrs amt any sprain, liruise orcontusioa; any kind; hut could disTern nothing. and wis sluopiiigns if tn varih fi r something. Tin s il npirtiinit) afforded again, tu cpurt Ins Suuthrtn Caiiloniis, .rat.s the Chtrsa, I'lpially tnluuliIeaMiu instantaneous re- so astonished that for a womenflfelt a lit was, of course, nothing but a prtteiise, ami I I- loll I had hall .1 mind m go bai k and ipiestiou uiriositv fur some lime to nine I dill) re- Milwaukee it M Paul Itai t tie chilled, thinking tli.it it mavh.tiebecn lief for the most desperate case of headM.itum, (kn.g... tu limaM. t'el. deemed the tan, snmew hat tn the urpri I unifying nit self, how i spirit alter all. him ling, howtter, that it would le ache; neer falls to dispel the germs s.pnng and .i!t Like ( iij, fur all orado in" the iawnlnikcr, who-- e plislges did m l ever, with the thought that if it was a spirit wiser to utoid any further adventures for Colorado, I tah. Nrtatta ami Calof smallpox, cholera, cholera morbus, it seemed as a rule isi-- s so . if tly Un k mtt thr ham's Jsnnts in no way anxious to meet me, the night, and that after all it was but one ifornia ellott fever; will remote tan. freckles tt cut to a in nf their righttul minors. On mining out clo-examination, and suw- - la man, I went on, and my pursuer did like In addition to thr ngu'.ar I "iillrsvxn por-leund iliseolorations of the skin at a single the moonlight that I was liefore a door, wise, but at a greater distance than before, of the shop, mv follower was nowhere tn I eaeh it an oiiipaiin d b) an inlrlll-gmt- . seen at hrst, but he sisiii apptMnsl, nlitstt iippliention; nn infallible reniedv for painted in exact imitation of the marble until finally he apparently gate the matter toiiiprtnit and luurtruus Js " who W1.1 attrtid to the wants uf iiat.eligers keeping on the opmsite side of the toad. orns just hold it in the sun n mo- wall. This settled my doubts, and, putting up, seeing I was on my guard Ciossing the n remithis is an intirrii nrw fratum TI UK IXINTIS-- l KIl I ment to warm it up, gentlemen, mid my shoulder to it, I made a trial, with all sfuare of S.111U Kebeita, howeter, I aw of tourist ur sniip and will Im-- annrrei- strength, to force passage, but in vain. some one running swiftly a little ahead of my tipply it to jour punctuied bicycle ti-- e, ated by families or by ladies tratehrig 1 gave BIG SNAKES IN JAVA. and then behind the shekel llsld hlra wlta ins point of nr sttotj alunr I'lrtiiuljr attrntmii is lsiul tn t Li Vleatt. and the break is mended; excelling any- to therefore way up the matter, and turned Pie, the small disappear the find my 01 of ra rr ofihi.drrn, who uiuan) s'rt weary an a thing eter heard of for mending crock-cr- easier said than luc.':. This was, however, stood there. Icasinosure it wasMcdiri which lung joiirnr) done. I could not find the my shallower felt upsetting the isthlun! rubber boots or the most delicate gallery warded, and, after groping about He had passed me bj some short cut, and struiiieiit olwhich tiie old conspiratorplot to Sirrliitrns 'Mires I'rrl In lllamrts lie.e tounst cars are sVrrttni? ears sun. had a i.'iiiruer, llriinrilril nm Ion s'iall i, r y plied with all thr inr-s.rt- n tvare; a splendid tooth wash; warrant- hopelessly for a little time, thought 1 had was now probably intending to bring mat- share. in til ii r t Ii if oller. mikr thr jourriet efimfortable and luVasant, ed as an antiseptic; the bane of mos- liest give a shout, which would no doubt ters to a head Keeping well in the middle "A giMsl day to.tou, Mesvr feci." I said. and the rate irae-- Iwrth will I went on, and to mt surpn,I was just of the road quitoes or other noxious insects ah, summon some one to my aid. "I h ite inine to settle my eifount." I'or the last hum. nu two is oil it 'ii tsi frum I'M. a short time again "It is ol lung standing,'' he lepheil, some Ins-i- traditions of hiii-tears there has rago to ('.i.iforni.i. Ask the nearest tlsket thank you ten cents, there's your about to larry this into execution, when, on saw- nothing, but stiaki-In th further it struck me that I might eonsiiuiis that I was dodged, and. w hat hiusquelt , but , w.'s not genng to lose change who's next please do not be landed llrsi. Interior nf .linn, snme a huuilrciV fert agent fur .1 tourist car folder, oraddrrssIicket thereby, and dropping intoan artifiie.ipiiikined mt me 11. t temper, as I had things to find out in It llratlord. (irrit-raI tu, and crowd, gentlemen, I hate onlv n limited tb&t I might other diflicultiei li'tii;. and ai bit; around .is to a run. The sound of rapid loot steps be make another try to free my barrel Ageut, Chieago, 111. "All the mole pie. lire letettitiK it." supply and all shall be fairly treated elf, without bringing the house about my kind meshowesl that my curious friend 11ml, planng 1. couple nl gold pufo.nu the More than dnen parties of Kiirupean while it lnsts a magnificent extermi- eats, and perhaps compromising the seclikewise, and, not to deprive him of table, I ns citisl mv i)iiiit.int eamt Iwnge. explorers, hate pone hunting- for these Mir i:niitril II, I saw, an enterpnsing and I kept IU nator of dandruff; the finest lubricant retary, who had, the exercise, the pace, until we "Mcsser tsi." I went 011, "1 Irate ITor- st.i.kes. and the) hate either in ter reThey had lasen silting together fur htlf enemy under his roof, to I stilw-- mv reached the street di I'limnm! weieclosetn clue to 1I.1) and tlirie lia laer. ill IiiikmI he- for carriage wheels two packages, did active turn! d. or, If Hint ilid. they sntv i an hour "I hatr riuoteil our ismteisatian to .ton say applied on a razor strop one tongue and made further exploration, with my lodging. Here I laud about and ton titeen us tmir making entirely. I lannol nil ry snakes, only 30 or tu feet louif. l.iinifd. as she rut- to g8. much''' he the result that I found myself licforeu stair- bark full speed at m.t pursuer, fieliugsiitt torget, hiiweter. that when I evas ill ton swipe of the blade mid you bateau edge intill v. two cupuiins, In the llngllsh It is so to tx'k wnh way that led to the lloor below me, and de that the hurst had gitcu him mail. m helss me nun h. and that other w,.ts)nu that will shate a baby's face; rememAnd after shr had ii tt him he rememlicrrd get attat. lie so httlec.diu part) of SM,h soldiers, termined where me. all his speed weie kind, la-- t us part triends and, Miwer ainiy. with ber, I warrant etery package to be gen- AicordinRlyto seedescendedthis would take pos lated on my to in tell wardt diangc ol front that he ran on ( iti. nis are old. I would advise )uu to let went after snakes, with the dctermlim-Uoi- i '.hat hee hadn't been abir to ns softlv as rdgrwi-throughout the whole (out trilluine or ten dollars refunded there's s.ble, and arrived in a few steps at a small about 20 jarih Udore realizing what was the inattcis ot state alone. to find them or perish In thr at- ion. .lournil. your change, and now- who wants theso isnding, covered by a catpet so thick that matter. hen he turned tound mil was lie lonked at me, and tie- - corners of lm tempt, mid in n few tints they reached felt as if I was treading on the softest moss. about to make olf, when I rc.u hod hiiii.iiud. mouth hardeneil, an he said: "l.eate three last packages, positively the tery I Ii tnk.c' , I sum n Iln nl the snake rei;iiiti. They last in this country, for the secret is At the end of the landing, and opposite to driving him against the wall, held hnu thete. and III) age alone, Mrwrr Donali. It it was hojfs, deer and I'tocodlles, found wild Iln-(irrutlt rriliieisl II ,1 p. and few Itnllnmif Tickets ml.l nn Nnteinls'r '."J me, was a door, the room in with the point of nit sword at his lueast. not fur tu thete would hare been a deed known only to a monk in Italy and onlv nptiles. but 11.1 giants. On mid ;m. Imillisl In liifetuls-side being in light. Stepping noiselessly up Imagine my surprise on seeing befoie me done last night ot which all lloreme would lor return. a limited supply Is permitted 'to be sent 11101 nlnjf naii-- c hunter cmne in tini Ask tmir ueiiii- -t I II A D agent fur full to the door I peered in, and saw a chamber the )oung man with whom t'eci had gone hate rung again. ubroad by the Italian government Isirtleiihint irgnidm time of irnlus nml furnished with the utmoit luxury, and ati away on our return from the funeral of "So jour pris-ioinplnov bmuglit the tepoiteil a bl simke. The Kiiiflhhmcn thank jou, gentlemen, mid now-- must parcntly just vilcatcd by its occupants. In ( ortc's daughter. He was doiibtles.ilso the lie its tn fiiiiml a snake lb no rati'" tnu tins liiorningT unswiiiil, prie pi ctctl be going. a corner of the loom stood a harp, lying on a spy of the evening, and now, with a face witn a iiniion. Loy.inling ,1 sh. t. fei t in ilimueter, und lifter lircahin Its "Oh trs. he I ' - ' w mi-- " "I won. "ltemcmber, we live in an enlightened table cloji' to a Iowl11x11r10usse.it tine some white with cither terroi or anger, eroiielu-leu lemaiued sileul, unit, ili.iwmg my back with .1 shut, that it wa der wt1.1i ait m ,r : man he l igati wilhj" century and the eyes of the world are atticles of dauit) feminine embroidery, soft against the wall, holding a dagger m Ins oiiciiiioiis, Indian iki Journal went on. "Hail what Jem 1.1 feet lnnj. Thus I'lii'iiiirngiil. ther upon this great, throbbing metropolis. silken curtains shrouded the walls, and the hand; but any attempt to Use it would hate J lottiil siioihsIimI ton wcHild hare v in a iitrsiicil their explnriitintiH ami thrra lair w a) to t.i.to tl;i arms i.l the rail.. I'ven dins Inter n Sikh Alleviate suffering, gentlemen, and ceiling was painted, appaicntly with ome oeen useless. pnintul out siuika said, "have enough nf now ton are nut sate. "Well." the mt see. ( rei. I Innw while squaring accounts with your nun representation of figure history of the home. this?" and I emphasized ton had A white maible the question with ton nun h, and it would lie wise to he civil." sttitnuiini; in the rhcr. A raft win of C upid held out at sense oi rlgnt and justice build up the arm length a lamp, whose pal shade soft a sharp prick. lunnueil by the two nui'llhhincu and ".Not sale, and he laughrd Boniinlly name and fame of the city wherein you :ncd its blight light; and on a gilded tri Mercy! he called out. thinking Ins last "who says I am not s.itv?" their ffini bearers, .mil the stinke soon lite and In which you all take such anfjo, set m an alcove, swung a blue and hour come, and sciabbled on to the pate- - "I do- - iriiH'iiiher the- stitctary has lon brouijht tt it bin firing ilistanee Tour great and pardonable pride. 1 should trarlet macaw - a rare eastern hud who inent. arms. suiHH tterc nn ii. linn uticr IiIsr like a He off with tou, then'" I Mid, ami assist like to remain longer with this repre-cntat- with his head iucked under his wing, slept nere arc miiers who twee longer, M- - cr strain escape, a monstrous, head nrose ia a position which would be intolerable ed his depaituie with ,1 hearty Luk as he Itonati, and a deiid tongue an teM n tales " III assemblage of American the nir, while the tail beat the water torture to any other created thing except a lose. He needed no second bidding, hut "1 take .lour warning." I rephid, and, but am on my way to New York bird, It was dear that I had invaded the made oil at a good e. tilimug in mv irif I, si.ii.-h- t mt hamlxr In Into a fioth. Then, by wii) of variety, secure a fresh supply of thin great- private sitting it Limisheil the raft. 1'iiit uiuiti-lr- , When his figuie mingled imwith all lady, loom of the ladies, est remidy and will bid )ou adieu," of the household, and I was aboutor beat and was lost to view, I prcsieded on thehae. miait Mai hiatelb's messi iigfr. Iiouldrmt the men my wav, lalp thiiil.ing I had the shore, w here llritii; to i wise to fnne the mid he whisktil around the corner al- 1 haty retreat, when the screen of an inner wondering ,1 lilt - at the 1111 uleut. I iniild iontcis.iunii u it It the luteinhint us I hail was lesiimeil until the snake lay momost as fast ns the unfortunate teamroom was swung aside, anri I aw befoie me not help c'cuuei ting it with the ..'fur the done, and was sine, mm- that t'en uid the tionless. It took six hours to pet the ster hud done 15 minutes sooner. Chi- my two unknown of the paiden of St secretary's room tl.e man I had ih.ised up other coiispiiatom wue awale who had bod) In hi ml. and its length was HI feet Michael, and the giter of the tan tvlueh had the endless gillenes of his hnuc. mid the s oiled their soup, they would detotr a lit cago Chronicle. the largest snake on record.- - (loldeu .00k at vourscll! Is tour face saved me from death. It was too late to go attempt it murder the M.irs.uo Inn tle attention to me. It me. thcie I hi) s. covered with pimples? Your skin I could not make this back now, a the sound of my fet on the W by was I followed'' t'lilori. re, tn weal a I wnn (or thefutiiie The most exprcssite colors lire nil Marble Hairs would ceitainly reach and out; but. thankful that I had ese.is'. with und look well rouRh ind blotchy ? It's your litcrl All III! Illllllill. into coun ts hettue I mhmiI Aycr's Tills are liver pdls. They shades of pink, from delicate pastel rose perhaps alarm them, tread I ever so softlv: a whole skin, climbed up the winding stair liiein. I was not sure, mm if iter, whet hei I 111111 inn ii'xniiuiinif inuimis 1111 tlia cure constipation, biliousness, and to a glowing terise, and all tarletles of to I resolved to stay whcie I was until they way of the tower which led tn mv chamber. ihollld still liuisldl'l III) self bnllllll I'V my sliit-e.Nun then, lailies mid L'ent.t. dyspepsia. 25c. All drtteiiists. CnrcfuMt shutting retired limine. These, for no tery good reason, judged again, and then go back. I his I and emptied out tin-the door, I lit mv audio I ininise of si'iiis t, .ii.iv tint I had hen 'n a full baud 11' wild riioiix Indiana would be tery shortly as it was contents of the hag I tout h as told that llu'i on.pn.itois ,, like-Iseem the happiest tints. Jllue is some-tthttunt your hi a.n lm or Is .nl a brsulllul whn will ifi) tluiHioi all their pet'iiliiir lute. had not, however, Muchiavelli 1. tolnvU-dhad leceitcd or urn i.iti'ii' 11. sn ins tn no hide me in thei ..l.uis. and tin cold, red is the color of ill omen, ence then, of the lengths suliicient experi to tvlinh those to that the coins might fiTTI.e on sound. their knives nu lm- I mild well ittliitthi-seuetai- war In tM i s and will also L'he nn e.. BUCKINGHAM'S DYEUA.5CS, green belongs to the green-eyemoil-ste- r, dilution nl ten pi 111; us done in the tint a nocturnal confidences, m which the fair sex Wniild not he able to leluiiate h) .,. . r while rose Is the color of .toutU indulge with each other, extend. In the f Custer. Will siiine lady urgent Ititiil-the open piou s i the law agoins' the at UlArihK XI. und hope, said to be beloted of the an- flea time I could not but admire the gracee tail; made on linn, coiisideiing the in uui step nn the plat one tt it li Tin; I.KTTKIl TO D'AMIIOISK. gels nml the antidote for (he wcminc8 ful figuies before me, und especially of her sUnies under whuh It tool, i.lnv. I hat he phut) of hair. pIcuso'.'-.- N. V. World. I could hate tliiown mt can oter the t ould do so, however, uiiih'i the mask, I of the common round, the dully task, who had given me the tan Clad in a soft. IICAIIKIlS OKTIIW I'AI'KIt 'I'lu Iiiiiiiu lilrli. IIKsllll.Slj '1(1 III y AN Villi SI) while mailt)' is the color of retiii'cment, rhiigiug lobe, clasped by a jewel at her housetops, I could hate shouted for joy, us lilt sine, and he had iiseivisl siillu n ut Do ton like Ii'iu iiinir tn spell, Wlb throit, and a silver girdle round her waist, I saw the coins spu-as I III. I M.SH out before me. I valuing. Whilst thus iclh ting I heard the AIIVDIfl'lsKII .S It is said one should never trust though with hsr pale, piond features set in a mass ttooped out them, holding the candle aloft g nig ill the ).il'd below me stnke 1.', ami lie'.'" asl.nl the tlsltor. MIDI Ml PUN M.tt IMI ) woman who hnhliiiall.t wears ma ute. of dalk hair, she seemed to mean emboditt'llA't' 'IIIKV AsK llllt. Ill:tl Sl.MI I ilon'l hand, itluht 1.111 the lingeis of the slim t h alti r licit-- steps ascended the stalls, in one (h. know. I think I would Cincinnati Coiiimercinl-TribiinAl.l, si IIMI1I l l,S llll ItlH ATIONS. ment of pine womanhood, and I thought other through the ihnh'ng metal Time v ilh the sound nl linn Ii pulling and blowing If ttotilk tnu, spilt like ihe.t'ri! tiro- bow lucky the man would be who could have till)' 1) ' blnad, lulling piou s of siltcr, 'I he new i.nitul siopiH'd at nil lauding, and llrllei-lliinnf lliiclielnr. iioiinci'il." said Willie. kiini l.i'd In mil at un door 'I looking it best Trumps me uhtn.ts kisses. When In lueh a companion to help him through life. llifked, here ami again, ivitii the ini'llnwi-"Whieu, for iiistunce?" I guessed also that the other was the wile light of (old. At one stroke, when my link In be lateiul, I iliishiMlhed mv swoid. and, In tVllliiiiui lii.llan I 'lis doubt lead trump-- . uiiiiiii'iil wnt( un- - 1111111I. "lib, jiiKiupli) und 'rith luetic und joy- (if MaciiMtvlh, being aided theieto by her was appaicntl) at its lotvcst ibb, had lilting don the Isill, slopped buik i naie lulling mi. A "deathless joy" is probably nearly statement, when I lies l.uigi oil, that tier turned again, ami was touting up in high leloii I i.dlesl out "I'niueia" 'I he lion.-- inaii. Whats the sense of siiclliii' joy-- It It utiviiriis ilia drove luiiM.it, ullus lm leli . us scarce as a klsslcss girl. husband tra one who could help me much. tide. Xot oul) this, I was to gntnlioiiic, opemd. mil an it .ilktf I mi stout fneml, who llaar. lua ai oiiii mis ss a Isiiitlin. sires liitlaul rts If a it ti was as much of a iletil as he At the same tune I could not hut feel some the very place of all others wheie I w.is like- lad lelu-atissn tHpidl) I10111 the biat .s at lief 1'ieeart'il lor I'llrs Aeetiiinllni; for It. pity in my heart for her, when I thought she ly to meet D'laitraugui's: and I hif it lied the M.iiik tries to make his wife think he Is, a nil I it In un nr iiLii.iir 1110 Iloi'ilfietl Misticss Verena, the an impious pra)cr that good angels might would neici dure gu out of the froki irus wedded to a nun of a diaiacter to "Messei Donati?" he said, llith nil inijuii-in"" sultri.oo. 1,'iiesls, me not eutint; their oyster pie. 5tVi1i'11.'.,'r''.'.,!l,",.J'rl:'' MM) CO I'roi.s as that of the .eciet.iry, who see flint come to no hutt until we met, and llvri.AMi, oillu. look. daor without gcttlngshot ut, could leave a fair wife for the sake of indulgWhat is Die matter with It? prntcd the vision ot that dying etcn as ) inril. Nu finer luff. "The same," I bolted, and olfeiis) hu.i Wheneter minister that nobody sus- ing in low dissipation, and come back after woman who foigute with het - I do New Cook nn, ineni. last put In tlreal ..i-i- llrsimrr na ln.il l.ni,. una n..;.n.I hail. pects anything about goes wrong there 1 narrow esupe with hit life, to bury him- came befoie me My hand shook bteath1 "The devil!" he exi laimed, sinking into half it otiif nl of sutpir fretcry pint of ire. 1111 II 11 KI.INK.U.I al AnhSi I't.l T are a lot of women who say that when- self in injttcis of stnte, or in the nius.il of could barely held the candle, and,so that tinning 11, "but 11 is like Mcliby that wasn't enough, asi eter they listened to his sermons they the ancient. However, thcie w.n no sign I. way, I plared it on the table and went up sinner to teach tou," cut In Ifeateii fur a e.t stors. Chicatfo Tri buiie, '""tie ti1"1 "" h, mil he im piwel his nielli. 1 on her fair and miithfitl face, as to my w inJow Midnight war, long past and hue with couldn't help thlnklngof the "sounding ( tcn-ohuge hamlkeiihiel, "tlut ui asita sua iii...i. Liitissu. i'lu If you would buve u c;ood time wker bruss und tint tli;!;!ing cymbal." X. y. with all the teasing natuie of a kitten she we wen- touching the morning. The unit limdgeoii doilii"tais, the inleiiiUllt, llitl) Iked up tn the macaw and ttirred him up sound that broke the stillness was tliedit I tins, d tu 111I01111 I'resb. me winio jiHi were, until eter y cm go liikt It with you, C'blMn MIC burorsrll aunhlss lor 71. u Our fsi'lllllsa fingers. 10 attention be did with bcr white tut clang of tbs martinet 'e, kt:;ing up its I uum'.'vuft! I came from the jiiiiwuiirj. lirirrrill Daily News. IIHUKA, KKVTUCKY er se .i - PASCO, IMitor and Mantirer. ff drift, mjr love nml I, while slowly, softly, no! appear to relish, I )r he nidlcd his plume, anii let lorth an ear piemng shriek. "Ile.u-ens!- " she laughed, "how th.it bird screams: He is almost as cross as ton. An itisisrnl lieut, but the wind was from me, and the iliilne mine s.iltciictl In mt eits. . I rend)the east was whitening, nml the moon was sinking to test All the old lesoliitioiis I had made tn let my enemy's nunc pass, tn lento vengeanii' 111 the hands of I iisl, 1 nine up ninl fought with 111 . 11 111 hs olo' - how wni I to flad t me lell )ou, sir, )uur conseipienee Jou? was inn imtvnsifi thereby,' he pulled lather than spoke, "I iln not doubt it." nnd I marveled st Fttdyour nert'ts, aIc, on pure Wivx M.11 In. mill hating srlei ted this garrulous If ymi nii'iitJ utve Hum t'.umg. Men tool In lie the of his letter And tiHimtn who Are ncrtini Are sn I ihseovi rifl that the serre-larWhen their nerves Are slAwed. did this ih liU rntelv, in onh r, if com tttev m.itr iris i,vs siVt nnsr plications ato.e, tu he able to deny th it ha I with ivi'i SArsAV.irtlU their ncilus had an) hand In n tr.1ns.11 tion tn whuh an disArpeArs beCAuse the neri'es Are nesi I'l.sruie snldiir like ui.tself nml a notnriout t properly fed. Kememl'er old scamp like Ihiouniifitsi had Ihirnr part In fait, he terv oflrti adopted nil .trtiliie siiih as this, namely, first, sending public nr 11 "nil "es mentioned 1l1.1t lliatl" lo-- 1.... ecu siny irrnj Man and Steed j. 11 l 111 11 I - 1111 11 ' ! 11 - 1 r 111 eu. 11 I iml 1 11 ; (. 111 leio.-mtioi- a- 11 1 111 '."1 wi-- 1 1 it 1 1 1- Iru-iiil- 111 - 111 Unili-.'.in- )ro-.i ef-- 11 1 n -- 1 -- -- hutting t 111 1'ei-i'- . s 1 1 'iii-e- I .1111 e - 1 111 - -- 1 Mint-ring- . iii-ii- 1 1 de-pi- te tr 111 1 11 J I I 4s .115 11 r -- 1 cr S rr 1 r. -- IP - y, 1 1 nrtt-sstr- amilu-ni..diti- - 111 - rciis-rtioi- 1 l -- 111 11 11 1 - or-n- -- 1 - 1 I 1 111 11 1 g- -t - 1 1111 1 rati-stl- 11 ro-fe- r 1 11 1 11 - 11 he sov--t'lg- 11.11 1ms-i- Is- -- 111 - i:iresv- 111 pth 111. ) 1 at 1 i . 11 I.I..-.- d I 1 It .i 11 fnrin--som- 1 I.S-- 1 ) a 11 11 1 111 111 l PILES FITS 11 1 1 11 1 11 1 14 1111 niTriiTP ,iir 11 - 0 ' alalf Juaas 1 TUoiasua, iu t'lka IMg.Clutilauatko I MAFEKING CAPTURED THE MEXICAN PARTY. Thcr Ihrr York on t pvclrt Train Mill Slop at St. I,alan4 llirn I'mc-eeiIn Sl.tlcu C'llf. inent citizens of tho Mexican republic who have been spending some dnya in the city, after having been entertainOEM. WHITE HAS A NARROW ESCAPE, ed by thu federal committer, at Chicago during the presidential festivities, TIip Arrlv.il of tlir Nmnl ('iiiitltiirent left New York on the Pennsylvania railroad at o'clock Saturday afternt llio Liiil) miiIiIi llalllp Snvoil a noon on a special train coniposcd of a combined parlor smoking car, from Worst' HrllMi Hinntrr. the Pennsylvania limited equipment, the two private ears of President Diaz, Mciln.n sail I'll lilr.n ILIng rn! Ilnl nf the private car of the president of Mexico, Qiiernnvaca and Pacific, railI il;liillh llrffiiiilx Mucks llelng way and the Pennsylvania limited Canilrncleil nn Mirrmiivlliic' Hills Pullman observation ear Olympia. llrr l'lririlil let .Mlscl,. The travelers will arrive in St. Louis on Sunday at rtillO p. m., and occupyi.omio. ,or. i. i nerr nns very ing the cars Sunday night, will bo enlittle Irrsli Inlcl. lienor .s.ittirilny morn tertained by the oily government of St. Louis, proceeding thence to Mexico Hk but il Ik lifllcvril that the )cln!(in City by tho Missouri Pacific nml Imy route If not nln-ailrestored, A tourist ngelit of tho speedily nil) he, thus giving murker Pennsylvania railroad will accompany (oniitiiiiilcallou tsith tlic eniK-- . 'I'll the party to St, Louis. situation u Mill hopeful. i ur urrouiiis umi conn line to nr THE BOERS' GUNS. tn jr un I'ar rir regarding the cpihar's farm only rontlrin it serious Ilf.ir Hi M ar l.arc (Inters War. I'laead nature nml the narron escape lien, W llh llnni4krr at l.a Craatot, Hat White liml. On this )iliit the Muni All ttara t lug I l remarks: Lommiv, Nov. 4. -- The Paris eorre- Nothing tel. s Mich n talc of battle n the list of the inutiii When tho sjxmilctitof the Daily Mail says: "I learn that theTrausvn.il and Tree missing exceeil the Uilleil, It is almost safe tow rite Mr feat' across the story State govern men Is, before tho war, because 'missing' means aliauiluiiiiicut placed large orders with the or Mirrrinlrr." ul I.e Creusot, but that all the It now appenrt asif It were only the weaHins could not be delivered, owing an Ira! of the nnvnl eontlneill from to the suddenness w ith which hostilithe I'imcrfiil u hii'h prevented a nuric ties began. The guns the lloers are ae-disaster. It Hint tvlien it umi tu lily using are ( reusot's T5 millimeter seen thul retirement nil iiiiiernllirr, quick tlrers and 1." airge two Natal cavalrymen, roliint jrre'd to mid garrison guns, all mounted on coriTry a ilUpiten nvrots the llocr light carriages and adapted in every lines to MaJ. Ailye. nrilerini lilm to re possible way for use nvtr muddy roads They had two mouths' llring prac tire, hut the r.sx considered too grent ami flag signalling "a emp.oy tice under competent Creusot agents. If they coil, d have had another month's nl Instead. The distance was too great ami the I r act ice. no Kuropean artillerist could ground too rough for cavalry to go to hare withstood them." his assistance. ALMOST WIPED OUT. iiccoruinjr in uitpatciics Illeil on Tnculny, ilrfriMire works were being lit. ltlti llio llualnast rurllnn uf Thnm constructed on the hilts around t.ady astltla. Ala.. lavloKtol1wtSluras am I tli, and It Mas expected there that I'ulille arahuui llastrajnt. the big naval gun would he uioutitiil Tlloli snvil.l r. Ala., Nov. 4. - A disas the folloniiig day. The Hoer. urn threatening to attack the town in trous tire started at 11 o'clock Thursforce on Wednesday nml Thursday day night in the olllee of N. It. Iloylc's ami the Homrn, chlldrrn ami other large store and by o'clock every busl were bring kciiI by nrss house in town except II. Morning' train to the ninth. I.adramltli la pro- - star A Co. and J. P. 'I timer X Sou was 1 I s. gun-make1 Herlin nml J'niis Kcports Hay Nr.w Yoiik. Nov. 4. Senor Ignnclo M. Mnrlscal, necrelnry of foreign afThat llit! Hocr Foiws Have fairs of Mexico, together with the secretary of linancc anil n party of promTnKcii tin; Town. other adiersarics. "They said had stored it there. Insurance not and the ten unto us times:" Kepealedlv.'iigiilii 7n which It titled at lowest wholesale prices known, but almost nothing. The anil again. hey either g:ne friendly hut a silent man may be a mine of wisdom, ivvvryininK to aat wear and use, is furnish talkative fool sometimes explodes the which Kays: notice to Nehcminh of the proposed at- nunc ciucago uauy .ews. ed on eceiptofonly 10? to partly pay MAN WITH A GUN. Dosiaee or expressae and as evidence tack, or tried lo persuade their fellows "Until within a very few days Dr. of good faith the 109 is allowed on first Check Leydshas been in telegraphic cominU' II llntu t'p a Mluntnpnlla (iamhllor from the surrounding towns lo hasten Honey nfColds and Lronihitls with Hale's purcnaac amounting co oirr oreoovg. Horehound and home in order to escape the threatened Piko's Toothache l)ropn Tur. one nlcatioii with Pretoria through an tn llouta Clot anil Keatl II OUP MONTHLY 6R0CCRY PWICt LIST fBet lfl Cure lo minute. danger. Mjtifuaiiilr laplurail. direct diplomatic channel by means of Praying, nnd Watching, ami Talk is cheap prnbaWv lieratiA nf tk 1. which he has been able to Inform tho Criiic2g3 Daily News. Mijokai-oi.is- , V. !i. ".Made overtirodiKtinu. s. V, Minn,, Nov. 4. A Min- - Working. Transvaal of the supposed British plan our prayer . . . set a watch against to advance through the Orange Free ncapo is gambling house was held up THE MARKETS. them, opposite the places where they $3 & SHOES Mate. With a view of anticipating Friday evening at the point of a gun were proposing an attack. She lower. . . 1. ... CINCINNATI, NlV. 4. by a young man giving the name of .1 Worth $4 to $6 compared with whs movement, wie inters will en - Cattle.i'iiiiimon.t V. 1.1. "Therefore MVB STOCKJ' i 3 8i 1). He less liuisheil places. oiner makes. eorge Stark, of Wahpctoii, N. 4 Select tiuieiitr deavor to capture or isolate I.adysmith set I in the lowest places behind the Indorsed by over 6 iJ H . J AI.VK- - rair in ciMi.1 l,00O,0UO wvarers. anil then to press on to Durban, wheru had lost a few dollars when he sudden- - wall, mid on the higher places:" There lUMs-C'ouul heavy i 40 ft 3 ? ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES K ... drew a revolver and covering tho Is no "and in the original. .Vehcmiah Mixed paeaers ttllll they would be able to prevent a lint 3 cvv ki c 10 1.11,'nt Till Mil lt ktt W. L. Phi It' employes of the house demanded them means that In the less elevated places. SIIKHI'- -e MlllUKTs sal b lie. 3 Mi debarkation while tho main lloer 4prf Hmf4 bctloa. 3; lit a Vil 4 .VI U Ttke no uWtltute cUimeJ army would hastily retrace its steps to to ojh'u the cash drawer in the faro where the wall was least strong bv na I.AMII - Slillllk' FI.Ol'K- iMn.crii'li'iii to be ptod. l.irsf t nitlttrf ui 3 & layout and took i!SX Keeping the ture, he had his men posted on con S red.. tbo of 3 tnJ .1.ru defend the line of the Orange river. worM. Vour ileattrhouldkeep .Ni. a ts If you will them If not, e enJ jruu .Vis s iiiixc en i At Plymouth It Is rumored that the persons in the place covered with his spiciious spots within the wnlls, where il ZiU an&lron rrcrlPtof price. htte Oat-J send us 25c. channel upiadron will be ordered tu revolver he backed out and dashed they could be seen from n distance, and klad uf leatbfr, ttze an J width. litn or cip toe. ci: It - N'n nt so deterred the enemy from nihmicing. IIAV- - l'rniie 'J chtia'e tattloEUt? II Free. titvr lo the Cape, where a grent naval fkrce in lown the street. A passing policeman lie. we will send W. L 00UC LAI. SHOE CO.. Brockton. Miu. jMirlc Me WW "I drew them "after their families," l'ltOVI-ID- N to be collected with a view of estab- captured the robber after u run of two you Demorest's la. a Ul II a i bills were that inch man might feel that he wat III". THI- S- hiilie'Iul'rV.".'! lishing a cord Ion from the mouth of docks, but only two FainilyMjgarine lighting for his brethren, sons, etc. 'i I nic cream rv.. . Al'I'I.Ks.Cn, lie mi i.iiiey - fO in. 2 bo the Orange river to Di'lagoa Iny to found in his possession. for thrco months Pulpit Com. V. II. "And Cures a Coiijih ir CoM at once looked:" ImAi Or. IV lirl I aJ ut I 11 prevent the lauding of supplies for and give you two vuirsjut i viuw w iiiiums il. He saw the enemy coming. "Hose up:" THE STATE MILITIA. CIIICAliU Is the te?t lor Jttonchitis,. Lnpi the enemy, and with n view also, if to tnkeciimmand and ghcorilers, "And KI.Ot.'i:-Vmihandsome pictures la nn liurhCDPSi. ntKiiniic ... Jelli ft 3 iilant cW Consumption for the cure - Ilea nrcesssry, of landing puns to nsslst tint, lannrr wilt .Nut Kcrp 1 tirm Itulnc said:" lie spoke u few words to en- - Ult.VIN- :t i Whli'jLt. No '.'leil .... 7 nr. tl ten colors, exact repro I MothcrHai.cit, lKKtorptrcribcit.l N,i. 71' lil s, I iin; ... mirage his men, telling them lo re con-- n the llrltlsh forces. s; a . Diuaii uu!cj; quKk, I'lillea lliltr Around t fiat Minn ductions of famous oil rcmis. .' ;.i member whom they fought under - The Mliara lliara II aa llarn Hints. paintings. They arc 8 l.oMios. Nov. POUK-Jie- sKuuberley Mi IBI rflj.:M II I .... .... S5 Ui; it, s III namely, the Lord; mul what they had .AKll-- s. ir .... it. i by Hi inches. This offer correspondent of the London Dally home's, and V YOlilv. N I'llicsco. Nov. 4. Tim llecoid Satur- - In light for namely, their fXj s is syi a Mail in u dispatch dntcd November 1, of this great family magazine $? nil they held dear. Prof, llcecher. V. FUll'll W inter li.tetll .... 3 ki 3 si tTT IP forwnnled by the way of Ornigc river, lay says: "tiov. Tanner has decided Id, "Half of my is only good fc; 60 days. 71 WliKAT- So .' red 'iC tenants:" His person- KIUX- - N .'ii.imsi hereafter the state militia shall ' W says: The lloers are still in force in that m Write to al retainers, trained men, who hnd KYK o: (it ut ii) Mxd this vicinity. On Saturday evening not be kept doing police and gunrd guarded him on his journey. "Haber- OA ul W!t DLMOREST'S MAGAZINE 1(1 IK- - N i, mess 25 it V .'nl dutv around coal mines where there geons:" Old l.'nglisli our patrol wns fired on lu the Art Department M for coat of mail, I.AII1I Wisleril iS. of the Wessellon mine. Thu has been riots. According to a declafrom "halo" (neck) and "bergen" (lo UAI.HMOIiH. 110 FIFTH AVENUE, MEW YORK CITV made here he will send protect). ration 3 '." 56 3 .W enemy expended a quantity of ammu"The rulers," rather cap- KLOCK-Pain- iiv the militia to riot centers only when tains, "were behind," with the war- iJIIAIN Wheal No. '.'ic-i- l .... cil'414 IWS ownition inelTvctuiilly, however, lil ul 70 SHiuiieru L'urn Mlxnl as K4 asu ing to the long range. A Tree Statu he Is convinced that the situation has riors, ami in the best position to direct 31 JO lit Send your name and ad Jress on a tJuts No. i while got beyond the control of the local au- the work ami lead the soldiers, V. 17. No. - western Its burgher, with a pass from the enemy, postal, and we will send yoj our I 7. I'lrst has brought inn oxen Into the town. thorities, and he will withdraw tho "They that bear burdens:" The car- CATTLr Wrsitrn iju .lily I Is U 5 IX) lHKi- spise illustrated catalogue free. The enemy is reported to have thrco state soldiers as soon as the rioting has riers who could sternly their load with INDIANAPOLIS t one hand and hold their weapon in the OIUIN-Whe- stbeen suppressed and good order 67 siege guns in position at Ollphaiitfuu-telNa 2 red.... ffi WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS M other. V. IS. "The builders" required 31 b& torn Nil nitxisl ESTABLISH A four inllrs from Wcssclton. j 176 Winchester Annus. New Haien, Conn.JlJ Oats-N- o. '.' nilxeil.. . 41 '.'Di both hnmls in laying the wall, so that HOME OF a llraw. II. M. Koch, who was secCen. Jan f'nuclit In I.OU1SVII.I.K. they tarried their swords by their side, YOUR OWN 3 ond in command in the Transvaal Daly, ready to he grasped at n moment's ri.Ol'll Winter lutein O3M Ill itai.o, N. Y Nov. UKA1N Wheal No J red U 71 force i and who was wounded in tho of Wilmington, Del., and Kugeue lie warning. The work was completed In Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome ( urn Mlxcsl :n; ti ViVj Oats Mixed. monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, battle of Klnmlslaagte, died lu tho zcuah, of Cincinnati, fought ten rounds the brief time of .V. days on the 25th POIIK Mess . ... H 9 III The test Ink made, hut no containing exact and truthful informaC3 hospital at Lady smith on Monday to a draw at the Olrmpla club Friday of i:iul (the last of September). The LA1IU steam . . U DM dearer than the iooret. walls must have been three or four tion about farm lands in thu West, IghU night mile long. letters from farmers and pictures of Saumait Oltu hlaliiR Out Ilia lirrlslun. cullatlona. lh their homes, barns and stock. Intcr-I'UACTICAU 4 London, Nov. 4. The llerlln correOtto SleloiT, Dl.ir.oiT. Mich.. Nov. Hard and peraJstcnt work Is nei raesting and instructive. Send 2$ cents spondent of the Tunes says he hears of Detroit, got the decis.ou over lluck sa ry to success. "All ut it, and always In postage stamps for a year's subon reliable authority that the negotiaStelzer, of Columbus, at the end of the at It." scription to "Tun Corn 11i:lt," 209 tions regarding Samoa urs proceeding fastest ten round go seen here in many litihhlsh Is lo he carried nway tlie Adams St., Chicago, rubbish of bad habits, of evil thoughts, favorably and may bo concluded any day, Stclzer took enough punish day, ment to have put out two ordinary of bad Ideas, of evil books read, of past men. Twice Melon had lilm golug ami r.rglicls. Moa In Mralclit rails. urns hhiu in IkI ah ft. The sword and trowel must both be LIKE FfNIHNO MOXKY. only the loll saved him. Dust Cuusb ejeup. Tnu limi. lUv Citv, Mich., Nov. used, lighting against sin nml wrong. The use of the Endless Chain Starch Book In the purchase of "Red Cross" in iimr rii.l nr tiruiricl.lft. llrakes, of West Hay City, Friday Will far lor Ilia "ounilnl. and building up slowly and surely and "Huliinifcr'8 Best" starch, makes it just like fiudinir monev. Whv. for night defeated Joe Harry, of Chicago, I.omio.v, Nov, 4. The Outlook an every good of character, habit. and vir- imly 5c you are enabled to fret one iare 10c package of " Kid Crost." htarch, " Due large 10c package of "Hufclnger's llcst" starch, with the premiums, two In a A. N, K.- -l! wrestling nounces that Lady ltuiidolph Churchill tue. Watching and proving also must go nnaucspcare panels, printed in twelve ueautllul rolors, or one Twentieth Cen match for a purse of 5500. Urukcs won is going to the Cape to uttuud the v 11 ri i mi to ,t n i:ici'isi:ii miii: tury Uiti calendar, embossed lu troia. Ask your grocer for this starch and together, in straight falls. tlruc slMlr Ihitl u iuw llitt Atlivi-IUwouuded. tbtaln the beautiful Christmas presents free The Standard pub lishes a dispatch from Luxembourg, Lo.Mio.n. .Nov. 4. 1 13-1- burned. months. Very few goods were saved from any A dispatch from Cutrtburg. dated November 1, announces that six police of t lie buildings, as the fire under the who were stationed at totesliurg impetus of a high northwest wind bridge were surrounded and captured spread with fearful rapidity. Six hundred bales of cotton In the This is probably the origin of the story that the lloers had occupied public warehouse were burned. The loss Is approximated at this time Coleshurg. l'arls anil llerlln continue to supply statements of llrltlsh re at $1 .'.0.000. The cotton burned lu the ITOI. V. verses the latesj, being that Mafcklug People's warehouse will be lost by which needier. dwelt by them:" farmers In surrounding country who has fallen. vlsloiicd for tuu The Itlhmna nf rnnnma. ltd enffinpprs hehevi that thev liava dvJ the prohiem of the tuccenful completion of win great enteiTie, it , it Mill prove I v. no more, truthful. crc.it benefit tn h Iy tlifjkitiff. than lis llontetter'a Mmnarh flitters, the remedy which never fa.:l to cure (RrirrlallyArranitrlfromPloubt'aNotea. OOI.DKN TKXT.-Wa- tcn and pray- .- ablutions of the tiunaeli fur nf what tiseU nroihenty without hra It hJ The Hitters inv.t Mntl 21.41. riahiy stirnittlinsMeaketnmarlisanil torp'd ItMAD Chapter 4. TIMi:. The summrr nnd rnrly nulumn iiven, nnu is one oi me messing oi the ge C. III. Nrhf rnliili left Husn about the of li. A .u ile Departure, first of April, nnd It would require three or four months lu mnke Ihe Journey Ultra Hu'li.iinl Thut gown appears to be cut 7: 9). Nehrmlah therefore reached Jeru- consiueraiiiy lower in.in your last one; salem about July 1, and the walla acre finWife Ves; the dressmaker have depart ished In Hi pietnber. en soinewuat iiom tne lines oi last reason I'I.ACi:.-- Jf rnsaloi) and vicinity. model-- . KXPI.ANATOIIV. "i ece. A nude departure." Pliiladcl Introductory: Ncheiuiiih went up tu pnu Jtccoru. Jertisnleiu, stnrtlng nhout the first of i.vcry r cmer April, nnd reaching the city nflrr three f penai nttu in oi tins pnper should give oners which are appear or four months' tnttcl, koiiic time in lug from week the week liv the John M, to July. (Compare 2:1 with Cru 7:0.) Sim th Co., the mammoth mail order hnuc 1. The Midnight Tour of Inspection. nf Chicago, In this imiip will be found their -- 2: IMS. Three ilnjs nfter hlsiirrltnl advertisement, of a thoroughly up to date ,,, rvniMn nim nim", tib lilt; UPiiiiiiiu' Nehemliih went out uloue with n ftw daily i.n tirico of (dlil. Cotniiie in this of. low lu the night to investigate the fer and other ciders do from a lioue with a servnnls i nl ratine of Iruth of the reports Hint hnil reached isitiinii rei.il the liutlirst over cine tin innmark l.ir--, and of character, they lilm. He bud not told to any otic his pur- an opportunity that the shiewd huvrrwill pose In eiimlng to Jerusalem. When he not he slow to take advantage of TdeJnhn hud liddeu iirouiid Ihe city, mid taken M. Smyth Co., inn to IW West Madison street, will send their mammoth ralalogue, In the sitiintluti, he summoned the lendWhich iq tinted At w hnles.ile liriref everv. ers of the. lews. told them his plans, ii ml thing lo e.it, wear and ne, on receipt of they nil agreed henrtlly to enter upon only Ml cents lo n.irtlv nav lxntnife or ex preage, and even this lOcents is allowed on tin: work. lirst purchase amounting to one dollar. II. The Iluildllig of the Wnll.-Ch- im. 3. "The null wns parceled out mining The Fnel Prnttlem. 4 working uppne you )i.nl money to hum in the parties" (Itiiwllnson). some of whom were women, the ihiiighters rvinniusp "No," titiswered l)ie nun of the ruler of the half part of Jcnim- - I) ing by t lie hour, "we didn't who had been hive anything iem (r. 12), some nobles, others prleslK, ""inuiiss in eniiiy, inriinilnntililo gold, W e d have tiatll a ln.r rinr fnra fU' .1ltf1ff l.etiies, mi reliant!., the son of n gold C hicago Chronicle, iuia oi dollar bills. smith nnd of a perfumer. III. Working Amid the llilterest Op lion's Thlaf position. -- ( Imp. 4. s. We olTer One Hundred Dollars Reward A eit was (if little value in tho-- e lor any cane of Catarrh that cannot he cured ilnvs Hlllintil s t atarrh I urc. walls. Enemies on everv side could rob by K.lull Cheney Co., Props.. Toledo. O J. or destroy the liihnlilliiutF, no tre.'iMire We. the unilerMitricd. have known V. J ns mfe. If .leriiMileui was to become Cheney for the last 15 v ears, and believe him Ihe power Ihat it otiee had been and perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and still wihnl to be.lt must be defended. elongation titianeially able to carry out any mane ny their V. 7. "Siinhallat," who appears to lie Wmt 4 Iruax, Wholesalelinn. Druggiiti, To. Ihe gmeriior of the city of Snimirla.-Adeney- . ledo, o. "lie was u'liiitheof lleroualm, w aiding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale loieilo. bejoml .lorihiii (Neh. 2:10). mid prob-nh- l 1'nii.visu.l atarrh I u. is taken internally, Hall's ure a Moahite ehlef."-Kitt- o. T0. acting directly upon the blood and mucous hlnh:" A chief of the little tiiins..or-danl- c suriares oi the svstem. Trice 7.rK lie r hot tie. tribe of the "Amiiionili s," mid tree. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials proluibly lier or chief aiMser to Hall's family Pills are the Lest. "Arabians:" The wamleritig Anibs of the desert. "The Ainh would Amtinir the llreakera. Ixing l'.imilv troubles, eh? What rock went prey In the project of n wiirlike did 5 our doini'.tic thin mlit on: expedition." "Ashododltes:" I'roin Short It va the of "rockt" that Ashilod.ti Philistine citv near the Medi- - caused the split. Chicago Lvening News, lerraiieau coast. Thus "all the iIoIkiiii Tlie Heat I'rcscrliHIiin fur Chills and jetsam of liiiuinnlty, the nigged and Fever Is bottle of Oitovr.'s TJTi:i.rs eges of society swept up by thehroom I'lilil.ToMc. a His siuiplyiroiiundcjiilniueiu or the war god. were opposed to the rc ii.isieiess lorni .ocuri! no pay rrlreviOV .. ... ,...f, uuiiiiiiig oi me wails, nml "were cr A Model. V. s. "And conspired all of wroth. Miss Antinuc Is he a nice, nuiet narrot! " ' together:" llreathed in unison Dealer Oh, )e, ma'ain, he never swears s in singing, wnispcreil seereth "lo unless he s sworn to'. Puck. ronie ami to light against Jerusalem. Tn Cure n Cold In Oa )ar They pl.ninci: to i..,e Nehemlah nnd the l"akc Laxative Ilromo Oulniue Tablets. All city by surprise, i apt ure anil slay th drupgisurcfuudmoucyifltfailstocure. 2Jc workers, ami thus put a stop to the . Id. "Ami Judiili work. said:" The The Man and the Ilore. The Solemn Ilore Jewa from outside the city who hud Have jou ever rellected that there will been In closer contact with th" heathen lie no more time!" The Ihuy Man "I element, nnd were trained. "The haven t any now. Indianapoh Journal. strength of the bearers of burdens U Kaeh p.jckage of Pl'TNAM FADKLESS decayed: I'he work was hard, nml it i - colors more goods than any other dye the carriers had become worn. The and colora them better too. Sold by all not city of it had passed. The higher uiuggisis. tne wnii rose, the harder It was to carry A Polite Man. The Ilystander "What materials to the top. The more stone are vou taking off vour hat for!" The Man they used, the mote dillleiill it became at the 'Phone "I'm talking to a lady." to get siiiinhle stone from Ihe rubbish." v.uudKo irioune. REBUILDING THE WALLS. latrrnntlnrml Mnndnr Xeliool !,? for mlirr lit, I Milt Tell, Mebe-i- n I nil 417-IMeiimrr Vs. nf M IA-I- jm.-irii- l OMEN do stilTcr! Uvcti liealtliy Hut they nro not healthy! r :n ntiffcr! MUST WOMEN -- SUFFER? 111 i The ttinrks left by pain are on the young faces of many of mtr datif;htcrs. I'ain that leaves its mark comes fn in n cttrnlilo cause. If that ca'isc is not removed its Inllucncc reaches out ami overshadows a whole life. The rc:iw)ii I.ytlitili. I'inkhatn's Vej;etablc Cotnpound has been so uniformly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women, is that it is thorough and goes directly to tho cause. It is n woman's remedy for woman s ills. Miss Kmii.v V. of 148 Freeman St., Orcenpoint, Brooklyn, N. V., writes: ' Di ak Mrs, I'inkiiam I wish to state that I used your Vegetable Com I pound with the greatest success. was very sick for nearly a year with d hysteria, was and nervous; also sulTercd with painful menstruation and pain in back and I often wished for death, limbs. thinking nothing would cure me. I had doctors, but their medicines did mo no good. At last, by the advice of a friend, I began to take Lydia E. I'iukham's Vegetable Compound, and I am happy to say it has entirely cured me. JKNNIK SlIIRMAN. of Fremont, Mich., I!ox 743. writes: "Dear Mk:.. I'inkiiam: I feel that I must write you and tell you what your medicine has done for me. I had neuralgia of the stomach for two years, so bad that I could not do any work. I had two or three doc tors, but did not seem to get any better. I began taking Lydia E. 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It makes a perfect nnd uniform LOCK STITCH, ami ill do the belt work on either tho Iluliti-s- t muslins or heaviest cloths, sewlnir over seams and routrh places without sLippim; stitches. A full act of beat steel attachments, nicely nickel-plateand enclosed in a handsome nlush-llne- d metal, Jananued hoz, and a complete assortment of accessories and book of Instruction FURNISHED FKEB with each machine. two DAYS TRIAL Wn"',P"l'Jmactl'nC.O.D.iinbjfCttiapproTnl.onrecelptof youtjcirs-iiio- to nhnt others urn aslin&3.UI tuSS.lU for. Uuaranteed by us for 20 sears from any Imperfecdate of I'lirclia'p, tion In material or wirxmniiliin. Tio stand Is made of the best Iron nml Is nirclr proportioned. The cabinet stork Is perfect nml is furnishes! in jour choico of antique, osk or nalnut. It has seven A blah-ar- e machine, equal Ily Sanb.illat I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 21j for Consumption. vv. 22U St., --New ork, Oct. 29, 1S94. iuuiiivu agent s price, pay me naianceanaireignvcuarisiiientry the machine. If not satisfied at any time wlthln&Odays seed the mnchino back tu us at our cipense and we will rofund the full pnrchnse price --- 60 ui.iiuii. ii.uuc.uuiiunuuu ii.uaiD .iMii $14.25 nuaiBiaiiuu W. L. DOUGLAS $3.50 "NJ -- ar-e f .1 25c. l.V tv UI!.I.N-Vneui-- Nn ) e c 111 No e- thafs all , 1 as e TO LotiL-n- . O.VI--.N- -- li, -.. J 111 i , ! - i- - W neigh-Imrlioo- it y lr Dont Rent u, 4 Barters ink 1 n ssv.l lu Ibl 4l. . 1 ' Story cash basis tho College cnn lo hotter who do not know the needs of the iiresentimo do this. Those persons, by tliu students. knowing their own Ignorance, nnd in tho old dnys before the wnr n ted for this tlopnrtinont. A Viiunt Man nl llnnnnl llnll mol llnnnl and not wishing the Ihivs mid girls to In Domestic Science, Mrs. K. E, grout effort wns mndo to nbolish slnv- lnE nt l.nillr Hull. get nhond of tlieiii. ndviso them to oryin Kentucky. Ifonry Clny nnd Putnam ami Miss Stokes, nntl tin Mini rwy t Urt nt home, or to gottisome little mrwt nt tlin linat n.wiiiln. slnvolinldors TrnlltiHl NllrsO. Miss MorroW. irivp InrMt nlnl ,t i V stny horse ' nearer home. and nil, woro in fnvor of nWlishing the girls suitable preparation for tlio JS one rVc. Do not lie ileceivoil. You go to .I I" . Itoom Hint fuel (Winter lerni) slavery, llut tho other side prevailed, worn 01 limning nappy iiomes. . t IH school largely on purpose to see In Cnrpontry, Mr. King is tench- - Key l,plt tho state constitution was nmilo more . J W thiniM that vou cniiuot see and stay nnd tlio movo- - ingusthnt" Ho thnt hath h trade Hook intensely . to nt home, Mutehu' hrnom, etiell, etc utiotil oti cannot afford to waste mont for ritlding tlio South of Hint liuth n fortune.'' . ImwpI nil your time or money. When .you go Lust yenr tlio College wns attended Month grout ovil fnilcd. l TO to school go to tlio iM'st school Then they began to porsocutc the by OltS students, nntl they enmo from people. .Ins. O. Birnpy nenriy every county in eastern Ken- - During tin- - term: 13 1" nnd mnny others were constrained to tucky, nml from twenty other States, Whln mill Unlit, From n single mountain county like llfRlmiliiR wnnil month, Ixwnl leave the Stnte. Our in Hut them wore some men who CInv enmo over sixty students. And llrgttinlnft thlnt montli, lwnl In this issue of Tun Citizen are to TO Ml would not leave nnd who proposed to the students from the North woro t on lie found cuts of a part of Berea Colthe right of free speech, morons enough to secure excursion j Hetnm f icy .icpmit lege's faculty, preference leiiig given Among them was General Cassius M.trntes from K)ints ns distnnt as Clove- ei TO for twrV. week Hn. to those wlio have been longest in or Madison county. Another land, O., and Chicago, III. ino A Voting Wmiinn Clay Itnomlnic nml llonnlltiB service. Our readers will nlso find was John O. Fee, a fearless nnd elo- -' scow of the work increases constnnt-quen- t Ht Ijtillrn Hull. pictures of Prof. J. A. R. Rogers, preacher of Bracken county, ly; anil the volume of attendance t Mart: Mnone of the heroic, founders of the 'y Gen. Clay invited Brother Feotolo- - swells yeHr after year. Whatngrand InrliU'iilnl Fee I .VI College. Of two or threw herein cnto in tlio mountain end of Mndison stream of blessing! Render, will you Ilwpllal Kw reform! to no cuts nro nt hand, county, whero ho would le 11 oru so-- have n share of it T Itmiin unit fuel (Winter term) ami light The teachers who have come more I (l cure agninst mobs, nnd there, wns Key ileill 1 11 recently will lie mentioned in another Honk (ctlmitttf formed a settlement which Wcnme . Mutrhe. tinsiin, ienell. etc., liit . . . . t tl issue. headquarters for free speech tint! President Frost made a fine record Kent o( Imimlry union sentiment. II . Month' Nmnl ll ns Professor of Greek in Olierlin Col Bereu wns Tho Church of Christ at lege, was once candidate for Lieutent formed in ItrWl. The school Wgan in ant Governor of Ohio, on the ProhibiIiiirltig the term: in 18.r.", nnd nfter the arrivnl of Prof. . 1 1. m tion ticket, is widely known as a pub-li- e lli u'lnnlnii eenwl iHntilh, Nwril . Rogers and his wife, Boron became so it i lecturer, it in I Iihs done wonders in . Ik'KliitiliiK llilnl nmnlli, IkmpI . . popular that tho slaveholders were extending tin reputation of Boron. glad to send their children. Many i eminent men received their education Uetitrn nl key ilrHll here at thai time. m VIn nil for tel(eeik After thu John Brown raitl in, 1S.7.1, ntrln winter term fuel l.'i cent imiro. tVr false reports were circulated nhout iiiIUIeloH A Urummiir the Inelilentnl feel-- I Berea, nml the school was forcibly Jl.m le. Iiiill In A ()rmnmrainl 1ki hnr broken up. Berea exerted n great in-- 1 niiexiien-- o for Inwik. lluence in holding Kentucky in the' A liiiniiK Mmii l llif CiiiiiImtIhihI. union The battle of Richmond was Mut Iy In mlvMiiitK fought n few miles to the north. JI liicliteiitiil Ktr After tho war the school at Berea llixpltiil Vtv it Cost? was promptly restmied, with Prof. Rogers iignin in ehnrge. H '" nm Almost any healthy young mini or Then came the question of whether young woman who is really in earnest IJ ' of good char-ncte- r young men nnd women can get an education, but there must liiirtiiR the term: I 'i should W excluded if they hap- bo oireml planning. ened to belong to the African race! Ileiilniilncwoiiil montli, Inwnl Bint Hlm 6 11 fn all Christian Schools throughout an There are four things that cost in lleKlnnliiK Ihlnl month. Nwnl hihI room h 11 education: tuition, incidentals, tho civilized world Negroes were ad- Ircoks and board. ' In Hit fortuelxe week mitted on the same terms as others A Vfiilni; Wolulill lit llif Amiet. Tuition' is bv far the greatest ex- except in n lew former slave States. l'his moans the pay of the jiit i I" Should Berea stand with the Christ- peiise. Kiv Kenny gooti icaeners. iiko inci.u-ian world, or witli the old slave States? teaciiers. Berea. have exeiided thou- - ' lic,.,iultl those in Por. L. V. DOOGt. What would Jesus do? . kiiiK nten.n i ii sands of dollar on their own eduoa- - nim tnl Ptium.i SIKH l Would he reject those who were de tfli.,r. Kll.'l IllNIIlt ...wl ......... fniii . pressed and i espised, or would he en- - te.1L,hers rCtive llr;e .larjes, But I t ii Professor DtMlge had thine c(lunl-tiou. -. nlniHt . iic couraire und heln them? Berea the tuition is a free gift. The Matehe- liriKilil. wwll,eli'., work befom ui'i to I m, Ke ileit Two young men apiearwl wearing at tenchers work for less than they hrviug Imsmi SuM'iiiiifH(l..iii (if Woos could receive at the Xorth, ittid their tor, ()., public fcliool, mid Principal pay is provided by generous and (111Iiiiriint the term: .J ii of (ioin'a Noitunl. In furls'.M lie was eti'., patriotic people who wish to give the Koo.1mint' mil tironslit from twine State im Republican eaiiilnlaiK If boys and girls of this region a chance. of Public liixtriictinu, in Mi is not it iiioiicy-iniikii- ig ISoreu '" Keiituckv. institution. No student pays any lteturii(keyler"lt Slt 3t money that goes to any teacher. null torlweltffleek Of tl.olr forest Berea College. tl'If fino now nntnmprovc Wing stwk. orce building is A The Coun,ties.$ CtCT for 'till Ispnrtmint mitt reaeh lint nn Satniilajr irreellnK ilale nt Imuk, At-t- r ut Madison County. Drcj fus. Several weddings hi report soon, lwrn to tho wife of .L. C. Riddnll, a nine lb. Iniy. Willie Ogg and Sam Hill visited Berea mindny. Mr. P. B. Riddoll Is iu Lexington on business this week. Mr. Burritt Luusford of Wallnceton wns the guest of Miss Rhotln Pening-to- n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arch M nil pin woro the guests of their mint, Mrs. Eva Riddoll, Inst week. Miss Sajlie Jones has returned homo, nfter h wok's stay with Miss Alleo Tisdnle, nt Whites Station. Mrs. L. K. Kindred of Valley View-ha- s returned to her home nfter n two weeks stny with hor pnronts nt this place. 1 nnti-slaver- y Teachers. MRS. YOCUM, -t . 1 . . 0lMt(M Mrs. Khzn II. Yoctim it it normal trainer of rarest capacity. She hns made friends Iu many mountain homes, nml will Inspiie all who come under her instruction. Rev. Wm. Ixlnick and Mrs. Nellie Lodwick, idler doing excellent service hen in the have lieen away for two or three years. Their return is a pleasure to all, who knew them. Dim 0 N0..II Musk-departmen-t, Pulaski County. lice Lick. Our school is progressing at this place. r, Samuel Acton has at the point of ileath but is oouwiloMi'iit now. Your corrconilctit has very sick but is able to reiiorl for duty Is-oIs-e- ! j now. Dr. I). B. Southard of this plnce visited his parents Sunday nt Ml. Ver- I non. i What Will ' Montir-i-wnln- with it complete line of goods nt lowest prices. M. G. Reynolds is buck from Louis-vill- e Jackson County. Hverjrroeii. Sline hiisiiu'ith sinm to lx the work in our this full. Mr. John W. Lake and son nro vissis-lio- - ll. - . . . . llt-re- a 1 . 1 pairing, wanning, sweeping the Itmimxtiithli: You mint Lrlng from 5IJ to buildings, npparatus, etc. For this 'mi. anil hae from !. t" niwre at the of llio mwimI montli, anil Sl.mioi.t Berea charges an Incidental Fee of SI 50 for each term of 12 weeks. I again at Ihe lieglntilng bl the thlril month. rpnimnr tl. iriul fnr A inipll In the Mouel senooi can tan hhii IRln- - A ; to Inly, ami one ! : :.i...i I.... :.. I Sim lei, hawng no nn i SUA). Incidentals. This means thecot of the school apart from tuition re- Tuition Is free. I Hall, eaeli for fuel ami When lour Klrl room tocrther at Uille Me$lon room renl. anil hall the Mil light. This is all you pay the College for your education, and this must be ' low " A" (irammar with ihn-- ilollar y. a mallerlnelilental fee lo lk le, having iting friends at Wnllucotou and Richmond. Mrs. Kate K. Ptitiium, the widow Mr. J. W. Jones is building a new of a flintier (!. A. If. Department barn and is going to give the old folks commander, is in n (position to ad- a iiiiltiug. dress public Mosouiblii's mid is comWohaxeafew GiMbe men iu our petent to toach in lunch hiuher neighlMirhtKKl but I think thov will llinii llii'inif she fills. chniigv lHtore the election. Mrs. .tuba S. Htiiitiuc, widow of Mr. O. M. Payne of Disputanta, our latiiontisl Professor Hiiiitiug, wns Rockcastle, Co., is visiting relatives thoroughly Irnimil in Illinois State this wiek. We nre proud to lime him Normal, and is a inot thorough and with us. coiiiMtent instructor iu our Gram Mr. Williniu nnd .Ins. Griffin, who innr SchiKil. hnve Ihtii nt the Philllpines, hiive home With iin houoniblii discharge. I will make this a nile When I go to school To never lug On the way, For n child that's Miind Will Ihi suro to find That things will go wrong Through the day. , MAS. Vl PUTNAM SCMOCKt ' j I i Clay County. Itrlght Shnde. Oct. 28. REV. JOHN Q. FEE. "We learned to read of our captain in tho army. If. we can get more education we can! teach school anionir our people." Tliev were admitted in iiarmonvi ,y " with the conshtutioti of the college as adopted before the war. act This brave and Chnst-likbrought down storms of opposition, tojiuterm. Good people feared evil results, and iIosPml. Service. Each student bad people felt at hherty to shoot at twenty-fivcents a term and is Berea teachers and ell all manner of entitlwi to(i) luiv;L.0 in 8lKlt uuess lies about the school. I,)v calim, a, the Hospital; (2) calls But all this is safely past. Notin(1 carR iu his r00ll, Jwn suddenly were pro- - ,ake m (3) one of the evil results r,! llml caro at th"e uictou louoweci. pmeoi ine very Ho itn, whw, the Superintendent men who attacked tho Berea people in thinkH it e0Wi31ir.. . (1) necessary times have siuce moved to IIIWik.tt attendance at greatly reduc Berea and put theirchildren in school, wj rates And the training of a few superior jj Tll;8 is a iniporlant item colorecl tenchora has put the co ored b . t if to at schools ahead of those in other States home and has been an untold benefit to all Rooms aro furnished by tho College the people of Kentucky. with stoves, bedsteads, chairs, tables, Professor Rogers and Brother Fee wash bowl and pitcher, shades and still live nnd may bo seen on the plat- mirror. The students provide their form on Commencement Day. own bedding, towels, etc. Kev K. li. .r airchilu was presioeut l.t.VIt lilt in irmt..il .1 i .'f ... I&V.II... .lTnl) T 'tJtd int. ana11 (luring 'neso irom jnai to ihbu, at term, and each girl in Lad.es years the school was greatly prosper-- ' Hall pays S2SA) a term for tlio cheap-ed- . LADIES socnriiiL' friends and buildinirs. fU'lwm F.mr i.irlu ni,mir mnm Km mii'iip ilimvi. nil tlin I'luMl Dr. Stewart was president for two large room together each paya SIM.) years, ihe present president, in. Each studont pays $1.00 extra for his things to the iieoploof one valley. uuouen v rusi, ixiffan his service j room key, und receives it back whom People make progress by vimving WM in IRQ' ho returns tho key with ins room and umuj puiwui mm H'c""ii fro'n many men. furniture in good condition. Prof. L. V. Dodge, for tweuty-fivBut there aro trials and dangers in Fuel costs each student iu the Col- years a professor in different departments, is still in the work and has lego Hulls $2.(X) for a fall term, SUA) tfomg away from homo. It is a trial been prominent in various public en- for a spring term, and $2.50 for the to go among eop o who are diirerent winter. The girls pay fiftv cents a from our home folks, and who may terprises. danger in Prof. B. S. Hunting died in the term extra for huving the wood laugh at uus. There islest we should to their doors. (When more ing into great city, harness, last year, after twenty-twrobbed or led into temptation, than two nro in one room the charge years of faithful service. Then, too, truvol is very expensive, for fuel is less.) Miss Katherino Gillert, after teachterm and some travel without know ing how girl pays fifty years, re- forKadi and it costs the cents a about ing hero for twenty-eigh- t - with economy, oil, boys signed amid general regrets. I'10 host way to get an idea of th" .Many others, for shorter periods, the same. world outside is to go to Berea. where Girls can have contributed to the grand result. the Laundry do their own washing in you meet young people and tho liost for fifty cents a term, prominent-thingin receut The Wnsl.ing costs Iwys from Sl.50 to yomuj pooiile, from twenty diirerent years have been the great expansion Sii.W ii term. tho States, and where every one is friend of 'the Normal and Industrial departGood table-boarthree meals a ly ""ii where there are no teuipta-daments and the increase of students is furnishwl at tho College Hall tions except w hat you bring with you. from North and South. The new ideas that one gets merely at 5I.M) a week, and atothor places at A Iu thu Normal Department Bereu fit rim t a nrl-iin rniiit.Ar1nn il bv liviiik' iu Berea are worth as much oners superior auvatiiuiros. jianyso-- ! nml Wnul.tniffnn linnk,i innt liv ,.;;. us ho loarns in tho school room. called Normal Schools only train poo- When n btudoiit troes to his home imiinl St. in. lmanl nnd room pie to pass exununutious, nut uerea $ 1W) weok. At tho Anuox young from Beren ho generally can get a teachers certificate, und has u great trains thorn to teach, hverv .Norma uvmnii li;irt iliiiniKnli'iia bundle of new ideas ulxnit funning, student actually teuciios v'ouuger pu pils, under tho sujiorvisionof tho sor housekeeping, music, caro of tho sick, You Must Pay In Advance, roal Trainer, Mrs. Yocutn business, and other things; and these In tho Agricultural Departuiout, board by tho mouth, all other bills by ihht ideas will udd to his wealth and the Colletre has a very rare man in tho term, llxo uoilego has to spend his happiness all his life. Some folks tire afraid the young Prof. Musou, who will udd immensely in advance for food, fuol, etc. The to the income of enterprising farm - Treasurer cannot keep accounts with will come to know more than they do, ers through the South by teaching everybody, and lie is not allowed and they try to induce thorn to stay lhhEew to drain their land, care for .to give credit. By working on a away from Berea. Even preachers the blue uniform. o cannot help everybody, and it is n good nronoses to heln those who value an! A mountain xlucatioti enough to pay a little place to bo liorn in. Some of our towards it, and who are smart, indus- Professors nt Berea were liom in A mountain home is a good trious, nml saving enough to get up a little motley. It is a kind of recom- place to live in. But nolwdy ought mendation- to a person to have a little to be satisfied to settle down to live in tho place where he was lorn without moner in his Docket ! Books. In tho Model Schools tirst seeing something of the grent books are furnished by the College world outside. and included in the incidental fee. Above 10 M(x,e, Schoos the Ht,lent buys hi8 0VV11 booi8) mui wijj wifm ,0 th(fln k Books are cheap in Berea log-cabi- n s. paid, nntl be paid In advance. Get a View Outside. The infant child of Win. Mills died ' Friday. Mr. und Mrs. Letcher Siremore Sr., visited relatives on Otter Cnnk 41 Sat-unlay- -v PROF. MASCN. MRS MILL. ScHOOit . Aavitic Fe.,iT Moen jj.,, e Ku-Klu- x ' HALL. I o Professor Mason graduated from Kansas Agricultural College and lx came a full Professor of Horticulture then). His scientific work brought him to the notice of the Department of Forestry at Washington. He can do much for Kentucky farmers. y, 11 1 MISS ROBINSON, DiiNiNf Miss Josephine A. Robinson is u classical graduate of Oberliu College. She has had experience in academy teaching, and is exact J und thorough m hor school management. Pain Laoim Mrs. Jennie Lester Hill linisliisl our classical course iu IST'.l. and, except during Iht tnarrird life of four or five years, has 1hh-i- i ii most successful teacher in our Grammar Schools. Miss Alice K. Douglas, hefuru coming to Berea, had taught iu the public-- schools ai Klyria, Ohio. For nearly ten yours she has taught our Aid "A" Intermediate School, iu which The College hns secured contribushe has achieved distinguished suctions from various churches and d cess. people with which to assist netsly students. We aro sorry to ssy that this fund The College dcies all it can to pro- has sometimes Won abused. Some vide a chance for souio students to people who were able to pay tlio small earn a little money in Beren, but of amount which is charged have decourse it cannot provide work for ceived the Student Aid Committee more than a very small proportion of and obtnimsl some of this money, which has thus Wen taken away from its seven hundred students. All the work of the College is done the orphans and the sick who really bv students mi far as thov have the needed it. The fund is at present skill to do it, and sexeraf girls earn nearly exhausted. Still it is a pleasure to know how four or live cents an hour by washing dishes and scrubbing floors at the La- much good has Wen done with some dies Hall, while several boys earn fifty of this money. People who have done cents u cord sawing wood. In the the best they could and still lacked a fall and spriug there is some farm little hnvo been helpiil. Students work. Boys who are skilled iu any who have lieeii sick have received good and care. Young men and young women trade as carpentry, printing have always found some em who stood high in their classes have been able to Isirrow n little nnd comploy mont. plete a year's schooling, and thus get But it is well to remember: Boys and girls who cannot earn ready to teach and pay it back. But money at home cannot earn money such help cannot W expected for new at Bereu. students, und it cannot bo guaranteed No student can earn much money for any. V do promise every student while continuing his studies. free tuition, nnd friendly advice. There is very httlowork iu the winter term. Homespun Cloth. Xo student can be paid for work before he docs it ho must bring The College will allow a good price money to make his first payments in for gixsl homespun, so that girls and all cases. their mothers can earn an education No student must expect work un- at tho fireside. Wo can allow on less it has been definitely promised, college bills iiWut forty cents yunl and ho can show the letter iu which for homespun linen, and fiftya cents the promise wns made. for liiidsey and jeans, sixty cents for Tlio great thing that Berea does dress Ihiunul, and from three dollars for you is to provide the free tuition to four and u half for so that you can get tho lw.it cduca Now, kind reader, lot us shako tlon for a very small outlay. Tlio thing lor you to do t to plan to hands nnd form a partnership. If t;ot the money Unit is necessa- you have u child you are proud of, ry and iay the small amount that is wo will help you in its education. If charged. you are an outorpriaing young inuii Still if you can get n little work we or young lady, wo will show vou how shall be very glad, and you must do to make tho most of yourself. For your work us woll as you know how, information or friendly advice, writo A studont who has been horo a little to tho while stands u bettor chance to got Geo. T. Full-child- , LL. D., work than a now coiner. Berea, Mudlsou Co., iCy, nit-ro- K Forest lires have !eoii raging in this section, and the pwple wen glad to ws a good rain, Saturday. Circuit Court is going nt Manchester. Several of our xop)c are attending. Punching services were held nt the Christian Church at Rocky Hill, Saturday nnd Sunday. St SttiVAtt. ' 1 The Student Fund; kind-hearte- Student Earnings. tin-wor- 4 Vice-Preside- nt, V