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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 15, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899111501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 15, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000, J The Citizen, Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Tear NO. 22. to the Interests of tbe Home, Scbool, and Farm. VOL. I. DEUBA, MADISON' PERSONALS to AND LOCALS. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1899. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, KIHTOU mill MAM.Kir.lt. PllMWis.1 at thi office nt ' Till: OITJ'.HN, Itoren, Ky. IMrmi ml Ikt f 0tf M llrrm, wl(t awWfr Km , trmiut-flA- Removal Sale. In order to avoid moving an much of our nlook qh rOsible, which would be considerably damaged 111 thn mm'-lag- , tho Students' .lob Print will noli any of ita stock ABSOLUTELY AT COST. Thin includcM cnrdlxwrdH, ncratch paper, writing paer in all rilmpcs, onveloj, cut cards, tags, blotting paper, etc., etc. This i a rare chance to lay in n good ntock for joursolf and ncciire Xinas preaeutN that will Im) appreciated for your friendHnt n verj low price. Miss Janoy Johnson has boon sue 'Will D. Candee, College Printer. cessfully operated upon in Cincin uati, but her condition is still IDEAS. considered critical. Ood helps those who help Let every owner of wood nnd brush lands read carefully Prof. Masou's Kverjrthlng that is worth doing is article in this number. Its import-n- n hnrtl at tho begiuning. co cannot bo exaggerated. A man is hotter than u horse Miss Florence Morrow, tho nun-ho cnu think. ut tho college hospital, entertained Lot us innko thn last two months of the Faculty Club Friday night with tho year the host months. stories of her hospital experience in A man elected to office is bouud to New York. serve the interests of all the people, Win. Shockloy has already leen and not merely the interests of those sworn in marsholl as his "own prede- who voted for him. cesor, thus lining tlie vaucancy Long winter nights are at hand. caused by Evon Hicbanlson'ri moving Start a debating society; hnvo a sing- from town. ing Bohool. Send the young peoplo to Ik)tb the ouug Men's and tho Ilorca don't let tho dorll have it all Young Women's Christian Associa his own way because they havo nothtions nro observing this as the week ing to do! of prayer. Meetings aro held each Obituaries. night at the vesper hour. 1 he town lionnl seems at last to Elizabeth, wife of J. W. VanWin-klpanned away Mouday momiug, mean business in the hog matter, and after a painful illness, supposed to be wo trust that tho awino congestion of the brain and spinal maynow "dFsapjea"r from our streets cord. Her home had been nt Heron and garden patches. for over twenty years. She was sisErnest O. Dodge has undertaken the ter to Mr. I. C Davis and M.is Sally management of tho Citizcn during Davis of this place. Tho departed tho cdnvalesceuce of T. O. Pasco. wns the mother of ten children, all of Tho kiudness of those who hand him whom wcro present at her liedsido. items of nows will bo appreciated. Sho was deaconoss in tho Union Dr. H. H. Haduu, Summit, Ala., Church, nnd many In the community says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Curo will lament her taking away. in n good medicine. I prescibe it, Died Nov. 4, 1899, Mr. Isaac New-to- n and my confidence in it grows with Welch, formerly of Virginia, who continued use." It digests what you llred in Berou more than four yeurs eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and After having lost his health ho return- indigestion. S. E. Welch, Jr. ed to Virginia in the spring of '99. Ho Tho college Iwys aw learning a died of tho dreadful diseaso consumption. Ho loaves two daughters to now yell something " alwut Kumbo, mourn his loss, ono in Virginia, tho Kiro, Kippo-t- he strains of which startle the peaceful other In Herea. Ho onrly professed Iwlicf in Christ citizen in the inky hours of curly and joined tho Baptist Church at night. Point Truth, Vu. Hero in Berea ho J. D. Bridges, Editor "Democrat," was one of tho charter memlers of tho Lancaster, N. 11. says, Ono Minute First Baptist Church, and afterwards Cough Curo is the best remedy for doccou. croup T ever used." Immediately relieves and cures coughs, colds, croup, a Man. asthamn, pnoumonia, bronchitis, I1Y A nonsE. grippe, and all throat und nil lung Under this title tho Humane Jour- troubles. S. E. Welch,Jr. nal prints tho following advice: When a man drops from sheer exDodge, S. E. Welch, Jr., E. Prof. haustion or illness, promptly seize an L. Robinson, nnd Mitchol Preston end board or u curt stake nnd pound went to Richmond Friduy, to ho him on tho bond and on the ribs. If this does not recupornto him, kick reudy an witnesses, if necessary, behim violently in the holly. This fore tho county boanl of election treatment will restore him if porsist-entl- v commissioners on tho occasion of tho administered. otlicial count. If n man finds his load too heavy u and feels that it would seriously years 'l had dyhiepsia strain him to proceed, kick off a fence and never found Mrmant relief till I board and knock him down, nnd hamKodol" l)ysHpsia Cure. Now mer him thoroughly with tho hoard. took This will give him renewed energy, I tun well nnd feel like a new man," and he will mako no more fuss. Hut writes S. J. Flemniing, Murray, Nob. do not on any account reduce tho It is tho lust digestant known. Cures load. all forms of indigestions. Physicians If a' man refuse to drink wheu you offor him wnter, don't givo him everywhere prescribe it. S. E. Wolch.J. any water for two days. That will "teach him" to bo thirsty nt any timo Rev. F . D. Burlmus has felt comyou find it convenient to attend to nlm. It is n good plan to ply thn pelled, through unforeseen circumwhip frequently on a man who is at stances, to withdraw Ins acceptance work. No matter if he is doing his of the pastorate in the Union Church host, hit him now and then on "gen- of Christ. His leaving has occasioneral principles," and to prevent him tnklug any comfort. If his loud is ed general regiet, as he had won. to not heavy, oblige him to go enough an unusual degree, thehoarlsoftho.se faster to mako up for it. who knew him in his brief stay Tie your man's head I mole In an an- among us. nul urul position, with his eyes toward Tho Young Womon's Christian Asthe sun This will gb.i him a "lino ;ipearuuco," uud "pmvent BtUUlbl-lutf.- " sociation opened their new room in Ladies Hall with n Tii winter-remov- e his clothing "to Saturday afternoon. Tho girls hud a cold." ii 'vent his takingwhen von Ho will "dry flicker" overwork jolly time, and voted tho now room a n him. ifou must tin a Mmket on his grout success. It will bo tho l"'k (but loavo his r."--t it and limbs for nil tho young womeu of work. Men iposcd) when ho inn 'tins, treated .are, mufl healthior" tho institution, und will, it is hoped, fill u long-fel- t wuut. than wheti allowed winter clothing, thera-nelvef. e e, g blood-curdling Elijah Logan is better, nnd is nhlo Ira otit. Pres. Frost's new home now has the frame up. T. J. Coyle, formerly of Bereu, is elected judgo in Jnckson Co. C. Fay Hanson is preparing to build n new livery stable. Look out for tho shooting stars. See nrliclo elsewhere in this numlwr. Don't forget that wo give a himd- some premium with overy new sub- scrilx'r. J'rof. Dodge is preparing to seed his door-yard- , which has been tilled two or three years to exterminate tho wild grass. Our friend Silas, who contributes n letter to this p.ior, nays that if wo publish this one, ho'll write again be fore long. A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for thcFall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made " "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect prlml. rljlilly mai almriuui.v Itlghtly iiule. m lUn l fitmoiia Vital"" Itrmxt Clothing Tailored mi aitrielly in'linllflp Wl in Hean. well ventllauil workrooms. Perfect fllthiR ami ntarrwMlnK. lomw Ihe In.lile. the cry lift- oMhc itarrnriit. I cariiilie In making--, repreiit tho "VMt.nl time nnil iIiiiukIiI, anil la A ilcelill mntrait Ui the tailoring seen ill ordinary rraily lo weiir I'lothliiK. Tlio Fatirlca that c how re Hie vcrr rirluMll-l- r to ll. In the fnrc nf ilrvlgtiD that will In; aettl llila Maiti. Mn)-n)litilIhe nlmve liiit. The mutt oxtraonllnar- lealnrr romlilninir our Rival offer l, thnt we our CIoiIiIiir at ran ami ilo VtK are I'rfiwrM lo W all wont (.lollilinc tho only rely CLOTHHSTG-In Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us 1 doth you Amrl Willi tho lufi leet They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Wt Main St RICH MOND, KY le mnmr Tlmn fjwwli'rr. Ilnw ran we affonl to wll fpcli lilli praIe ( InthliiK than rlwhrre Ournwer l pure ami lm'ple' Ohm l. molcni More, ronntnietnl trietly on progrrwlve plana, our I'lottiliiK l hM on the mnllct manrln of profit. The more 'lothliiif wc ell. the greater ilepetKlliiR o" a larite volume or lmlneM our piircliaiiiiK jwer the lower nur price, thafa Ihe atorr In a uul-li- ill. 4 LESS MONEY fr 4 The Berea Monumental Co. The remit of yowl tcork and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of Ihe Stale Wietfyau want S COVINGTON RICHMOND & MITCHELL - r KENTCJOKY m ny In which ho Hpoke ot the nrnrn nnnn nl 1, , a iminnrn ll t - in Inn f Mormon church. In an aiulress delivered at Beaver, and reported in tho Salt Lake Herald, December 29th, lSlNi. Georire O. Cannon, one of tho two counselors of tho President, is re- 1 Anything in the monumental line Let us know and we will send you designs and prices Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... PRESENT ASPECTS OF At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. M0RM0NIS1U BY JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Slttlh! MAl'KlHf W acpul mm irrM iim. i gv om umio. iim jour numi tl l.na.alM.km.l. MU.rMIWT.tiartlr a. reprntcd. uaia".. BW.OW, ana in. vhuiui i.iki.iij kiv OKer Price R15.50 fJwSISAf l Soeclal amtrrtufht entry, UmIiIm weiyt im will rvrarilicYDUforrevbfiooniliw. GIVt IT TH3CE MutCTKS T!Ali -j dayyuqre not )ouron nom, and we wills to. jouMi.V- bwhmj f SbUaM i M.IO, ItlUflad. HrU4aSrtftlBtJi4 - tr4mt l In n r rift Rtl tJtt.Ot. 411.UO, lS,01t4iN ail f- r e r CAIIHCr IU80ICK Berea, Ky. enil t REV. R. G. AkNIECE, D. D. OinHutlnt vfit How to. Treat fifty-suve- house-warmin- g til-i.- o head-quarter- Mormonisin never had so much po greatly that he had heard from very litical power as it has to day. It vir good nulhor.ty that immorality seem- tuully controls Utah. Idaho, Wyom ed to bo on the increase among tho ns and Arizona, and in a close olec-- 1 young peoplo of some of the towns of tion would hold the balance of powor ( Utah, and especially was this the case in othorHtatos, thereby securing quite t before u nrriogo." a group of men naturally ready to op- We know that society among tho poso any legislation which tho Mor young people in many of these Mormons might not like. nion towns is appalling for ita immor-II- I. Tho fruila of Mormpnism. j nlity. But one of tho worst things There is something inherent in the ( about it is that it is the inevitublo part of tho Mormon sys-- , flUlt 0f this olygamcus system of tern which tends inevitably to break Mormonisin. down that senso of moral obligation, IV. 1J10 last point to bo consider-tha- t discrimination betweon right and is tho significance of tho recent wrong, that truthfulness and honor election of a polygamist to Congress, and purity of life which true Chris- Tho chief olficials of tho church, tianity ia so powerful in building up. alarmed at tho righteous indignation Tho contrast in these respects be- - 0f the American people, ore trying tweon Monnonism and Christianity, is , hard to make out that it has no sig-li- k that between light and darkness. I uificauco, and that tho church had Wo are speaking now in regard to .nothing to do with it. In President tho polygamous part of tho aystom, j Snow's statement in tho Now York and would l far from denying thnt '(trld, ho says: "And further, if Mr. there are many honest and truthful Roberts takes the seat to which he u people in tue aior-mo- has licen elected, it will not iu any and ranks, whoso lives nro largely Benso affect tho question of polygumy. governed by the teachings of the Bi- If he should bo unseated the result as ble. Hut in order to Iks specific, lot to polygamy would bo no different." us look nt two of tho evil tendencies Now tho general opinion of the of this polygamous system: hero is just tho oppoTako first its tendency to destroy site. They think if Roberts is seated tho principle of truthfulness. This ;t gimplv fasten polygamy upon lack ot truthfulness had many sad il Utah: and if he is unseated, it will lustrations before tho courts during knock tho bottom from under tho distrials, between 18SI gusting ami mischievous syhtera. Tho the and 188'J. Tho wholesalo lying of common opinion hero is that Roberts tho Monnon witnesses was something wns electod for tho express purpose Tho able United States of lifting up and honoring jwlygatny. appalling. district attorney during those years, For ho was nominated against the in speaking of tho matter In a public protest of a strong minority of his address says own noixv, who uuiecieu uu iue "Tho tendencr of this crimo of X)1 ..mimil o"f his beinir n nolvrramist - And many of this minority refusal to gamy, nnd of tho teachiug which encourages it w this: that tho public support him. But the overwhelming morals of the community are bocom-- 1 majority of tho convention were Mor-in- g dobauched. Thero is being renr- - nions, nnd they were determined to od up hero a community of hypocrites ,mi iODOr upon a polygamist. nnd perjurers. That is a strong term j it is practically tho rebellious at-t- o use, but I use it advisedly. I say tempt of n whole stnto to oxalt polyg-jus- t what I mean. Tho ono crime omy by forcing itaijion Congress, beget tho other; it is tho prolific Many of tho church ollicials, since mother of crime here. It is almost i K0lerfs election, are exceedingly do-- n daily occurrence, wheu tho courts jjm,t) nlMl ruiso tho insultiug ques-ur- o iu session, to witness tho sights tion: What aro the people of tho and hear the words which provo tho United Stutes goirg to do ubout It T truth of this statement. I havo seen nt,ro ;s the way ono of the apostles a woman go upon the witness stand, spunks on tho subject: "Now I would hold up her huud before High Heuv-- 1 jj0 (0 jnow what-th- o Congress of en, nnd swear to tell tho truth, tho ((, United States, and nil tho rest of whole truth, und nothing but tho tho ieoplo of tho United Stutes, uro truth, and when sho took her seat up- - jr0ijj to do about itT Why, if we onthestuud, Hlter taking tho oath, wauled to pass n law right hero iu udmitted that sho was tho mother of our state, making polygamy uud poll young woman who wns u member jygumist marriages publicly lawful of her household; that the daughter frotn this day on, und forever more hud given birth to n child, aud thnt ;u the State, neither Cougress, nor the daughter was murried, but this tho Senate, nor the President, nor all mother could not, to savo her soul tlie committees of clergymen und perdition, tell who the huslmud lnm j,, America could do anything was'. After mentioning other cases, auout it." This is u fair sample of the district attorney refers to tho fact tho general opinion of the church oili-ththe church otliclals did nothing ejIJ although thoy are not all so ubout this wholesalo falsifying. He fnmk iu its expression. It should bo says that "no word of condemnation homo in mind, however, that tho non-b- y any ono iu nuthority lum ever been Mormons of Utnh wnnt Mr. Roberts d littered against tho perjury daily com- - 'unseated, not becuuso he is u in our courts, und that jwrtion ,mon, but because ho is u tho press which voices the send- u polygamist, und is false lo tho meiit of tho dominant nuthority here, Mnmmn covenant with tho American so tar trom speaking a wont ol con- people, to stop nil ioiyguiuoiis relademnation, duily apologies for, ami tions. defends and praises theso perjurors Tho writer disclnims nuy feehug of for their cunning while upon the wit uukiuduess so ward tho Mormon peoness stand." ple. On tho othor hund, ho would bo Thou take ns another evil fruit, tho glad to soo thom prosper. Uut ho tendency of the Mormon system to knows they cou never havo any truo destroy morality und purity in pri- civil prosperity while they ndhore to a vate life. Tho gross immorality polygumous system that is condemnamong the young people iu Utnh, ed by every Christinu nation. Tho which is tho Inevitnhlo result of this writer, thorefore, foels that both patpolygamous system, is beginning to riotism and humanity require him to til ii nn tho chief mon in tho church. do whatever ho can to curtuil tho inAt the confereuco of tho fluence and power ibis system, by church lust October, ouo of tho anon-tie- s sotting forth tho fuuts which condemn created a groat sensation by tho It. l.c SEND NO R305S!V..Ul.i,r.o.U...iJi SlaClpiO WITHIw'.'SCSOrit.rutlhl. m.n1 frtUj imui 1(klatlWSM, Lut41i.&forOil CHOP DkfcK CABISLT BLBD1CK U 4 aoiiorTartoi.tijaiiici. wiibrtoi iu mntvtTnnT art r:.t!l m4 ikurtvtl, wmU. Wilu mm frU4 U Cfclrtn J rr poiivus iiici(Tne-r- f 1 5301.0 1 TUCT I raiCi kLix ivixror rrrar mcu inHai nor. HITUby Trie xusk. if tur Mai Cra M4e the. la AmerJavi. Truai lha bcl maltrlal anmmrv BEWARE OF IMITATIONS b VTToS PI DUllUlwfV e, kmu-hOHrte- u SOUP QUARTER SAWED OAK fP,WSr 6tlitrT,.uii... ! cloiaJ (LfaudroitiK ir ia t ,ti to bacMd ai a ttUa, rtfa, tha otlirrcpca wtiaVfuil leorttitaUa and head Tna!Ml itu la pUeafor tvtnff, 4 aarT4fr.ltlritlflt tLrltM m. rrrrt. rest cn tar boa.d and decorated rat lnt flnl'h, Biict nlcLal do war ratters. dJutallatmG.rnUnKmth Iron ata&d. rimt ltrfCltai.m fc4,polUrafoarmotlonf eJ.acif threadlniiTlbratliitr ihotUa.aulomat tobbla wfbtfer. adjaiublr bcartar. pattnt Untlon tlbarator.lmproTedloaaa wlarl. adjustable nrawara font. Improved ihotU j carrier, pate at Dedl bar, patent dreai. CVAnl. a 4 l fMtmHf 4rwat4 ntmrui4 aa4 WiaUfaltf aUtrllrtaav-4CUARANTKED iW i1cMf ratm., mt daraUa a4 arcrMi avIWaSMaaKfilaaauat. Za- tttrj kwn attatiarat la and our Fr true t ton Book talttjiittbowanjrnnaranninltaoddoaltberplalaoraii kind of tancy work. A 0Ttan Bl4i4'lHiiraaiM la teat with arary mactiB. compra It with IT COSTS YOU NOTHING td.AO, and then If eonTined that yoa ara aarina; tt.0Q to U0i, pay your freUht astnt th tlS.BO. wk to KVTCRS TOCft II (.10 If atanT tlma within thraa MontLi yon my you ara net aatit&od. OUU reliaHo- .- riiftor.) PONT DELAT. (Sears, Roebuck A Co. ara thnrmi.-bl- r Address, SEARS. ROEDUCK fit CO Mnc Chicago. III. rn. t:i, frli4 ..viian LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Office You Want GOOD GLASSES Berea, Ky. at Residence. E. B. McCOY, Dentist, Olajsca that are not properly aiijmted to your eyes are actually tlauseroua. I know It. ana you ought to know It. 1 will not attempt to ault glasses to your eyes until I know what Is nettled. .yea exHimueii im:. Berea, Kentucky. A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. Offlroon Main Btrret, In Masonic Uldg, upstairs. IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. A Nice line of Novelties in J i JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. j ' CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. 1. 0(1(3, Pohtos. Proprietor. Job Printing Dirt Cheap Wc arc prepared to do all kinds at very cheap rates. sample prices: . $125 500 White envelopes . 00 500 Ruled Note Heads . 25 500 Ruled Letter-head- s t 50 13 lines . 500 1 50 500 Regular Statements . . 00 500 6 x g Hand bills . 1 1 Hill-head- Nothing But The of Job printing Here are a few Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. BURTON, The Photographer, DK.ll.KU INIAMATKUUISUITUES Fine Photographs atlteasonable Prices s 1 . lrVic about Jlerea a specialty, wo-fro- GO TO HANSON & '( haw! blUt or ontmfar no ea(a lru, or nn Iht (Mm mutt Ix tiuinrnmnh. &e(HUtti-a- t5 " 500 o, x 12 " 1 25 . 500 Husincss Cards . IIV vUl njiy IV Wjr on oiiy our uf Ike n(wr or fit atimurt. Write Iht Qip) VEB i'tiMy. PASCO'S IjI"VEPL"Y". H. C. JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Office In Prathcr Bui Wing, Richmond, TcUphooe 103 & 109 Mail orders caretully attended to. STUDlvNTS1 JOU I'RINT, Hcrca, Kentucky. Mor-mitte- Ky I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Naturo In strengthening and recon Btructlng the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It In ettlclency. Iti Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatnlenco, Sour Stomacb, Nausea, SI ';neadache,Gastniltfia,Cramp8,an4 nl' Miorresultsof Imporrcctdlgestloa. Prtportd by E. C. D Witt 4 Co.. Clcafl. 'S. H. WKLC1I, illt.. DI3XTAL SUHOEIiY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith lhiildimj. Main Street, , liichv"d, Ky. Ni(l J, Onlce.NoOO, T.Lpllone, ltralil-- . Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Digests what you eat. J. Office C. Kle A vriQAN, Surgery, " I., I seuii-anuu- i' Hour. ItoSP.M. a 3Dont ' Hunk Hullding Ky. 1 THE CITIZEN. T. THE QUILL-WORKE- 0. PASCO, Editor sad Uans-e- r. IIEUEA, KKVTUCKY the sunlight floods arl nils. r the north the open country, southwsM the Cypress hllli. Never a bit of woodland, never a rill ths flows. Plain, plains and the prairie land which Only a stretch of cactus bed, snd the wild, sweet nralrle rose: Never a habitation, save where In the fa southwest A solitary true Its solitary cmt. NOVEMBER 1899. E Where N'eyka In lifts doorway, crouched In ths the red sunshine, Drolders Tier buckskin msntle with the Sir. Men. Tot. Wed. Thur. JrL quills of the porcupine. Neykla, the Sioux, chiefs daughter, sh 1 2 with the foot thst files. -Bhe with the hair of midnight and the. wondrous midnight eyes. Bhe with the deft brown fingers, she with the soft, slow smile. Bhe with tho voice of velvet and th 12 thouehts that dream the while "Whence come tho vague 19 20 7 22 23 Where do the yestcrs fly What Is beyond the border of the prairie and the skv L Does the maid In the Land of Morning sit 1 26 27 28 29 30 In the red sunshine. Drolderlng her buckskin mantle with the quills of the porcupine!" In the It U the opinion of a Ocrm.iti ncu-li- d Bo Neykla, away. westland, wonders and works that the use of tho ordinary slates Far from the fret and folly of the "Land of by tends to produco Waking Day," At a subsilu'.o ho And many the e trader who stops at the tepee door recommends pen and InVc or nit artltl-elfrom white slate with blnck pencil. Tlio For aa smile when the sweet shy worker snd sigh hour o latter hare been Introduced in tome of For they know ofthe young Isred er, a hunter who the German school. oftentimes has stnld To rest an.l smoke with her father, though his eyes were on the maid. Japanese newspaper are published the moons will not In llrooklyn, San Francisco and Hono- And ths rod sunshine be many ere sho In lulu and Japanese magazines nt Sacra- Will braider his buckskin mantle with the quills of the porcupine. mento and Los Angeles. They aro either lithographed or produced by -- 11 Pauline Johnson, In Itlack and White manifolding proces. Japanese journalism, at home at well as abroad, follows American models in general. it 77TT iiiiii li 11 ill 2425t J. I n al toll school-childre- pale-fac- Defective flues aro responsible for orcr 11 per cent of the fires and incendiarism is next as a cause. Last year Light-nln- p 6,891 incendiary fires occurred. caused 3.40. spontaneous combustion 1.179, friction in machinery 295. natural gas 01, dust explosions 14. and fire were caused by the sun's rays passing through window glass. A scientist of some standing assert that chemically pure water is poison (Copyright. i45, by D. Arpletoo & Co. All rights reservti.) to the human stomach, upsetting sumo hitherto accepted theories retarding distilled water by the argument that in distillation the water loses sundry salts that it greedily abstracts from the animal tissues when it is swab lowed, thus constituting a protoplas mic poison. Aoassiz of Harvard unl received any salary lor his services to the museum of com' parative zoology. Between 1ST1 and 1697 lie has expended S753.000 of his private means without making any communication concerning it to I'rcsi dent Eliot. He is now in the southern Pacific ocean making deep sea explo rations for the university collections. Al.KXANOcn terslty lias never the Austrian court It is contrary to enstom for perishable articles to appear twice on the imperial table. The result is large perquisites for the at tendants. Mo one man falls all un corked bottles, to another the wins left in the glasses, to another the Joints, and to another still tho gameot the sweets. Every morning a sort of market is held in the basement of tho palace, where the Viennese come to purchase the remains. Irr It is an Italian doctor who specially recommends laughter as a cure for mod' era ills. The diseases Influenced by a from bronchitis to anaemia. It will be interesting' to see how the treatment is effected. A course of tickling is pre- hearty langh are numerous and range CHAPTER XI. Continued. I resolved not to go back to my lodcine, but to quit Florence the moment I had se cured my horse. It was necessary, however. to provide some change of attire. I did not intend to substitute a steel corselet (or t, my having a mind to tight my way back to fortune with no defense but that over ray heart, and contented myself with purchasing a light steel helmet, a a cloak, and soma pair of stout riding-bootother articles which could go into a small vufisc, capable of being fastened on to the back of .1 saddle. These I left at the ven dor's, promising to call for them in an hour or so, and hurried toward the horse market, my shadow still keeping bchiud me, in his accustomed place. Oppoite the Baptistry I heard, to my surprint-- , some one shouting my name, and looking in that di rertion saw a man running across the (lavement towards me. I rccognued at once one of my lances, Jacopo Jacopi, a Luccbcvc, whom I had every reason to believe dc Toted to me. Ho had served with me at Fornovo and after: and although be sub sequently left me for a little time, on my joining the Venetian fleet against the Jurts, he returned to my banner once more, when it was spread on firm ground, and bsd always proved a devoted follower, He came now ta me with joy on his face, shout' ing out, "Alt. excellency I It is I, who am a clad man to see you. "Jacopi!" I exclaimed, "but my name is no longer navelli. It is Uonati now and what do you here! lie looked a trifle embarrassed, as lie replied: "I am seeking service I left the army when your excellency left. Knowing the man to be a stout soldier, 1 decided on the instant what to do. "Ifce here," I said, "I have no time to lose. Will you follow me onco more; 1 am bound to Rome on an urgent affair, and LufT-co.i- scribed for bronchitis, for example; a leave "Will a dog sniff at a boner Will a cat course of farcical comedies might suit an anaemic patient; while puns, fired pass by cream? Will an ass turn up his nose at a carrot; l will follow to the devil, let oft at Intervals, would be found efilca- alone Rome, excellency, and at once if you clous in eases of pleurisy. will." "Have you a horse!" Gxir. BouLANOKfi's famous blaclc "Nothing, signore, but an arquebus snd horse Tunis has met an Ignomlnous my sword, which I have at my lodging. "Then come with me, wo must buy two death. After the flight of Uoulanger ths animal passed from hand to hand. horses, and leave at once. I am ready, your worship, and taking and finally descended to the inglorious service of drawing a cab through the bis place a little behind me we burned on. to a We will streets of Paris. This proved too Rome, now havo the hard task to get up, whole country is muon for Tunis and he was sold to Ar s'gnorc," saidthat Jacopo, as wc walked along. mand Delojuc, a well known dealer in I I have thought of that. I answered: horseflesh, by whom he was duly cronose to go by Leghorn, and taking ship slaughtered, cut up and sold for stew It ere, proceed to Home by sea. ing purposes in the market place of Su Jacono gave such a groan at this that I turned round in surprise, and became at Anne. once aware that my shadower hsd crossed Among the glaciers found in the tfie road and come so close up to us that Rocky mountains is Grasshopper gla- he must have beard every word of our con cier, which derives its name from the versation. This was moat annoying, and a enormous quantity of grasshopp.--r re' disaster of which the future consequences mains that are found on and in the might be most serious. I determined howglacier. Periodically the grasshoppers ever to be rid of him for the rest of in) stay in Florence at any rate, snd addressed him take their flight southward, and must sharply: cross the mountains. Their favorite much aiguorc, 1 seem to route seems to le across the wide gla' curiosity in you. May Ihave excite! is you ask hat it cier, and in the passage icores of thouwant! sands of them succumb to tho rigor of lie stood for a moment, at a Joss for re cold and wind, fall helpless upon tho ply, and then said: "The road is as free to snow and are finally entoiobcd in the ise as to you." J admit that," 1 said; "but 1 object to ice. All sorts aud conditions of people patronize the Paris Mont de Plete, or municipal pawnshop. A report just issued shows that among the borrowers last year were 8,500 working people, 8,497 employes, 0.601 merchants, tradesmen and manufacturers, aud 3,019 representatives of tho liberal professions. Rentiers, who live on their dividends, frequently seek the help of the friendly Mont, and 8.200 of this class are amonir the borrowers. The institution Is looked upon more as la the nature of a bank than is the pawnshop. Tub Vanderbllt bequests are subject to a war tax of from SitiS to 315 on each 1100, The tax Is 8.'. 25 for each (100 on amounts of 8l.00U.003 left to a brother or lineal descendant, and SIS for each 1100 of sums bequeathed to strangers in blood or a body politic or the corporation. It Is intimated that the national government will rccelv between 92,000,000 and 3.000,000. according to promt calculation , from the Vanderbllt estate. In addltiou to this, tho state will collect an inliori-Unc- e tax The state will receive about $70,000 from the estate, 'viilch is vuUeu t v70.OO3.0Oa our stopping to listen to my conversation, nnd therefore will be oblijcd by your passing on, unless you want a more severe pun- uhmer.t than you received last night." lie turned pale with an:er, and slipped tils hand into his vest; but as suddenly pulled it out again, and without another word hurried past us. ".Mark that man. Jacopo, 1 said; "wuer- danger for us; rer he Is. there is of army." and now the tell me some news "The duke Is in full march on lVrugia, and means to drive Ccsare thence. The whole country is uwake, as you know. The general, Ives d Alcgres, Is come on a mis sion to Florence." "Ives d'Alegres here!" "Yes. excellency, snd tbs lord of Bayard has hurried to Rome." "Then this means something that I can not follow." "Nor can I explain, excellency, "And tell me. has the ducbesso do la Tremouille gone back to France" "Yes. by sea from Leghorn, with a crest train of ladies. lust before wsr was declared (gain. It is said she is gono to the court of the king of Mucon, and the escort was commanded by Count Carlo Visconti," IJo )ou know any who went with her: "Nearly all the ladies who were at Arezzo, tor the duke, It is said, would have none of them, now that war was begun again." 1 bad to come to the question direct: Was Mme. d'Kntrsngucs in tbe train of -- iU duel.-!- " CHAPTER XII. PEACE OFFERINGS. TUB AMnUBCADR. It is good to go through the air, with the They l'rrrrilrtl Hint and as Ills Wife strength of a bravo horse under one, to know that his strong muscles are stretching Predicted He Was Home wllla with an enjoyment as keen as his riders Ills Purchases, pleasure, to hear the air whistle as one cuts through it, and to feel the blood fair Bhe received a Urge box full of Amertrin ly dance in the veins. After those weary beauty rotes by mriicngrr from her weeks of illness, of inaction, and of men along toward four o'clixU tht other tnl despair I bad passed through, it was afternoon. "James it absorbing Martlgny cocktails as if new life was poured into me, to know tgsin." the muted shrewdly. that I wss once .more in the saddle, with a Half an hour Uttr snothcr rnrttrngtr piospcct, however faint, of regaining all brought htr live pounds of expensive cyidy I had lost. As the landscape on each side fioin her hutlMnd. of me incited into a green gray streak, it overcoat lis "Jsmes has ordered that seemed to carry awsy with it my suffering. wss talking about, but said he couldn't afss the true horse answered willingly to the ford," she muted again. touch of my spur, I forgot the put, and was Ilslf sn hour later s wagon drew up, with a llomt's name painted on the tides tneitof, ontc again L'go di Savelli, with a spirit as tnd two handsome, full grown palm were high as the days More the black sorrow deli vcretl at htr door milked aa coming fell upon me. To the left of the road was from her huiband. a broad stretch of springy turf, crossed by "Olive branches preceding him," ths a fairly wide water channel. I could not tntmed some more. "He'll be home by dark." resist giving the beast a burst over this, He was home by dark, lit hsd been sin orbing Martignyt. He had ordered the fHO and, followed by Jacopo, galloped over it overcoat. The prrteiener of the modern rein, Hoth the horses took the with a free Harried woman it sufficiently jump like bucks, and, carried away by the lo pertuade any man to raue hit bonnet moment, ire held on, until we reached the theicto. UathiDgton Pott. stony and liowlder-covereincline which led to the valley of tht Arete. Here the tnrf Iznorsnre it more powerful in the hands Chicago He mounted his horse, and trotted off; came to a sudden end, in a Hue such as the of soni- - peop't than knowledge Daily' Ntwa. reflecting that a chaffinch in a rage edge of a calm sea makes in a liar, and then and, began a steep descent of gravel and loose is better than a mavis in a bush, and that whose many colors of gray, ochre I might as well dine now whilst I had the stones, were splashed here and there chance, I swung myself into the saddle, and and brown, proceeded at a smart pace toward tho by masses of short, thick shrubs, which gradually increased in denscness, until they Double Florin. spread before us. a sea of somber green, that I had to cross the piazza of the Signnry blue of the to .n my way there, and whilst doing so came stretched the the clear the sloiie, I (.revc. Here, on drew crest of face to face with a ruling party. It was bridle, thinking the horses had enough of composed of several ladies and gentlemen. it for the present, and that it would be well and amongst then was Machiavelli, who to husband their strength. Jacopo pulled glanced at me with a friendly twinkle in bis up alongside of me and, stooping to pat tbe cje, and gave me an imperceptible nod of neck of Ins mount, said: approval. Almost immediately Uhind him "Excellency, the horses arc in good conwas old Ives d'Alesres. riding with a bolt dition; they will carry us well to " upright seat, and making himscll agreeable, He sivokc the truth, for although manner, to Lady Angiola, they might have been in better training. in Ins who rode lieside him. There was no avoidMUSCLE DID IT. the few clots of yellowy white foam on the ing them, and yielding to a sudden impulse part of the reins which hsd touched their f saluted as they came up. A look of links showed, still wc should have been A Itlrrlaar Incident of lies olallanary contempt spread over the features of the practically with less from new Days When Urate force Whs general, who made no response, and Ma- content purchases, such as and had made, we untried rrdrd. donna Angiola kept her cjes fixed before and I congratulated myself mentally on our her, ns if she had seen nothing. They luck, for llarnbbaa himself would have hail passed by in a moment, leaving me speech Among the historical records of VI much to learn from the of less vtith anger, for, owing to my failure Tuscany. And tbe story of an Incident In to preserve n disguise, 1 had allowed my "lly keeping at this pace, excellency," said the life of one of the heroes of the revo to grow again, and D'AIcgrcs without "vopo, as we trotted on, ""we shall reach lution which 1ms not, we believe, apdoubt recognized inc. There was some ex- the Resa shortly before it gets quite dark. peared elsewhere In print. It Is worthy cuse perhaps fur him; but none I could and I submit that wc stop there to feed the think of for her, and, to add to my chagrin, horses. As jour honor commanded, I have of preservation, at It Illustrates the ac1 thought that Jacopo would probably brought a meat for them, and there was quiescence of our forefathers in the exwsste hours in awaiting her return. I let space enough in the sack for a snack for ercise of brute force ns arbiter In matmy horse out to a hand gallop, notwithters under dispute. me, which would do at a pinch for standing the pavement, and luckily doing If your excellency would but condescendtwo. CntrL Crawford, fiunout an nil Indian to no injury to any of the ;i.issersby or toliim. tsstc of it." fishier, led nn expedition into Virginia pulled up in a few minutes st tbe door of "You say well, Jacopo: but I also am sn shortly before Ilraddock's defeat. Ills my ordinary. Here, although 1 tried to eat. old soldier, and my saddle-bsg- s are full. A troop wits mado ui of pioneers, inde I was so angry that I could only trifle with fasting body makes but a faint heart. pendent farmers who found it hard to my food, and, raging within myself, I drsnk whether for man or beast on the other a full measure of wine, swallowed such mor lank of the Resa then, we shall call a halt. submit to military discipline. Crawford needed .mnsportntlon, ami sels as I could, and went to see after my Ihere is a littlo light still, enough to inhorse. Oy my directions he had a light feed. crease tho pace so onwsrds!" meeting n waponer with a team of four and was being rubbed down. As provision e broke into a hand gallop, keeping one horses, ordered him Into tho service of against accidents, I purchased a bottle of lhind the other, and following the wind the king. The wagoner was n man of (liianti, together with a roust fowl and a ings of a rattle track, for I had purposely piratitlc build, lie surveyed the body leaf of white bread, and these I placed in avoided tbe road after receiving the in PERMANENTLY of nnncd men surrounding him and. ray saddle-bagThen, seeing to the sad formation I had extracted from dling of the horse myself, I exchanged my try at the San Frediano gate. It the sen' angry as lio was, saw that rndstnnco was evi velvet cap for the steel helmet, and draw dent thst the party of men, followed by was useless. Vet to lcnve hU home and ing my sword-bel- t in by a hole, sprang into C'eci's ncphw, bad left Florence to carry work for montlut meant ruin. evr th- - GtNuim-MAo ay the saddle, and went cn at a leisurely pace out some desperate design. I hsd been He threateningly npproachfil Craw towards the ban rrediano gate. I here was dogged all day by this man, and now he ford. "I've not a fulr cJinnce," he said. still plenty of time, so I made no hurry, snd. had galloped off in disguise to join the men It's one ngalnst hundreds. They're indeed, when I reached the gate, the gong who had left I lorcnre before we had. and armed and I'm not. Hut I'll tell you 'Z' there boomed out five o clock, leaving a amongst them was his uncle. Ccci's words ret sim to su ss4n rem sat ns htm. half hour still to spare before JaroK was at our last interview, and the persistent what would be fair. I'll flgtit jou or any man In your nrtny. If I in whipped due. I pulled up therefore at the side of the manner in which I was followed, left mo II go vvitn you. If you re I load, and dismounting, led my horse tip no room to doubt that I was the object and down. It was whilst thus engaged that of their attention, and that it would bo go free." I noticed a priest, mounted on a smart rob, necessary to keep well on tbe alert. I did The propo9il, nbsurd as it now seems. trotting in the direction of the gate, aud not spprcliend danger st once, but thought was too much in the spirit of the time knowing that i misfortune and a fnar are that if an attack were mode it would bo for Crawford to refuse it without belnir seldom apart, 1 observed him narrowly as in tbe narrow valley between the low hills "1 have been using inltnndcrstood by his troops. Ho be- Insomnia, with which I VatiCAHKTti for lie passed. He drew his cowl, however, over to the north of Montcipertoli, or been smlelca for at Ponte gan reluctantly to strip off his coat, Ettriwtaly rssrs. smll bate tsy UstCsscsrslt csn could mako nothing of his face, so that I say other rememore rJsa. cacti of which places was particu- but, on reaching the gate, he stopped huly suited for an ambuscade, although, of v.hcn one of hit men, a young fellow dy 1 bsve ever tried. rsllef thsn him: I shall eertslnly r J them to my frltnas as belct sit they are to ask some questions of the sentry there. course, considering their numbers, the at who had been leaning against a tree. rtprtsenied.' Tnoa Oiujmiu, Elgin, 111. and the man, in raising his hand to salute, tempt might bo made elsewhere, and open- stepped forward. slightly startled the horse, which threw ly, without very much dancer. So with "I will fight him," he said, fnclntr the CANDY back its head. Tbia sudden movement made another hurried vyord of warning to Jacopo. gtnnt. "It you are bentcn tbe whole the hood the rider wore fall back a little. and holding my sword ready, I galloped company Is disgraced. Hut if he kill! r "tJsis wMnAiuiE but it was enough to enable me to see it along. Increasing tbe pace as much as pos mo It It only a wagoner like himself tbe was the library scribe, old Ccci s nephew. sible, whenever we went past a clump of and I augured no good from this, resolving trees, and Ixith of us keeping as sharp a less In ,the world." nftcr a feeble show of renevertheless to lie on my guard more tLitn lookout as the light, or rather darkness, Tsadi tuna ssoMTteto and tbe young ever, I he pretended priest received an permitted. We avoided the regular ford sistance, answer to his inquiry, and, giving his bene of the Resa on the Montespertoli road, trooper sprang at the lmgo wagoner diction, in true sacrvdotal manner, rode off crossing higher up in the direction of Monte- with the fury of a jmntber. Although at a pato that showed his seat on the library lupo, and here got n good wetting, for the lightly built he bud iniuclrs of steel, rUub.';- - "oust. Tsits Clond. Do stool had not interfered with his seat in natcr was deeper than we anticipated. Had nnd Wtstso.or Ortr. It, lie. after n sliort struggle the ginnt was ... CURE CON8TIPATION. IK. ... tho saddle. It was now fully the half hour, Ceci and his friends only tain in wait for beoten. man wus Dun ltd -. i; t l"Wli rtkMk IMml, Tsrt. lit anu yec jacoMj uus aot come, i waiicu un us at this point, wc should have had no Morgan, The young nfterwxirds n mnjor general In til the gong struck six, and was Just about chance. As it hapiiencd, however, wc had the revolutionary nnny. Youth's Comto ride oil, leaving a mcsikigo with tho guard, taken a route, which had either when I saw him approaching. thrown them oil the track entirely, or we panion. I cried, as I mounted; .Make haste, should meet them further on, either at one The Quesllun or Heads, "lou arc late." of the two sots mentioned by me, or In "How can you bent nnd scratch your "Pardon, cicclleneyl Hut tho lady was some other equally convenient locality. At not there. I had to wait a lull hour be- - any rate, we were safe for the present, anil husband in this terrible way?" said sv fnro she came, hack from riding, and (Sen. that was something to be thankful for, even Judge to a woman of Spirit nnd d'Alcgrcs was with her." if we wero in darkness. So my thoughts "Don't you know that he it Did you give the packet: ran on as wc scrambled somehow to the the head of the family, anil ought to be 1 rode up, asked who "1 did, excellency, opposite bank of the Resa, and grued our respected us such? Don't you know printed In ten cofon, tot jdy Angiola was, and presented the way up until we tcJt sou grass under framing, will be flvco, free to any packet, saying it was from Cnvalieredi ba- - feet, for we had dismounted on fording ntir that ho Is your head too, and ought to the lie obeyed?'' person who will tend a ouarttr lor till, my master. stream, and led our horses by their bridles Three Month' lubscrlptlon to "Oh, glorious fool! Did 1 not tell you up the strep left bank. Here wo called a This was pretty severe doctrine to Dcmorol t 1'amlly MigMlne, tbe my name was Dcnuti? Did I not tell you halt, determined to await the moon, and preach to n distracted family, but every it piper for home Illr. Thouto say nothing, but merely givo the packet Jucopo managed somehow to tether the ninn in the world will say that it it sands tubacribe for Demorett'a it into the lady's hands?" horses, fastening the haltws to the stump Htrlctly true, nnd ought to be enforced. a gilt to their daujhleri. Demo- "Dody o me, excellency! Hut there were of a tree he discovered by stumbling against, This woman, however, wnt uutcrrl-fled- , reat't it (be great so 'many about, my wits almost went a and un which he wasted some of thosa curses end in very pert tones saldt American authotl-- I woot gatheiing. I gave madame tho packet. he was so anxious for me to reserve for inv i JyonKthloni.For udge, is that man my head ?" however, and ehe took it." enemies. After giving the horses their fecit, "J forty years it fau "Most assuredly he is," was the re"Said anything: which tlicy nosed out readily enough, de.K'0 '- - la ttu "Nothing, excellency never a word." spite the darkness, ho Joined me where I sat ply. beat famlllet of America, and hit Thcro was no use crying over spilt milk. on the grass trying to dry, and wrapping up "Well. Judge," said tlie stern dltclple done more to educate women in and cursing Jacopo in my heart for a mud the lexk of his arquebus in a woolen cap, of n logical system, "Is there any good true love of good literature than reachfool, e started off. On which he produced, to keep it from damp, reason why 1 shouldn't scratch my head any other The ipeclal ing the rentiy, 1 thought I might as well ho took his seat beside me at my invitathese two great picture If I Willi Loudon TlUHts. try and hud out what the sham Iriar was tion. and Three Month' subscription to looking for. The man raised his hand in now, to our super, and It was fall-tIlls I'nrllliK Bitot, Demorett'a for 25c. fa made foe 60 salute as 1 came up, and flinging him a crown adding my store to my faithful follower's days only. "Marry you?" scornfully exclaimed I bade him drink to the health of the big 1 supply suuk distinctions of rank, and "No not If you the young woman. nory therewith. Write at once. we enjoyed n meal, with a hearty content' Marry! I will with pleasure, and yours. ment tliat had been a stranger to mo for were the last man on earth! I'll never Demortsfs Family Marline, too. excellency," ho said, as he pocketed the many a day. When the last drop of wino marry a with a No. 14 foot money, evidently stirred by the amount. in the bottle was finished, and wo had aud a hand like n split hnml" Art Department, "Instead of inuie, drink to the health of picked our last bone, Jacoiio arose with a "I perceive, Mlts Flyppe," rejoined IJO Fifth Avenue, New York. my good friend, the monk, who has just sigh. tbe overgrown young muu, his entire e gone on. (.an you tell mo if lie Inquired for supper, excellency, 1 was ready frame trembling with indignation, uoyouo here? to eat and then fight my way through un Too Snao I relied on tbe simplicity of tbe man. and army; uow, besbrew me, if a sound nap "that you are not ouly CuipUI c.rULtu-tm- s but you can sting!" ou taking him by surprise with the ques of an hour or so is not much to my tastcl" IMlltl. And he went away, not Wholly tion, and as it happened I bit my mark. I could not foibear smiling, but did not lltSJ.ILAlfllHlC "In truth, excellency, ths reverend fa rise to tht hint, snd when our horses were crushed. Chicago Tribune, ing-wa- x I am sure of that, excellency. I was with them as far ss Siens, when I took my leave." So she had gone, and I felt a relief at ths news. Once in France, she would be safe with her family, snd I was honestly glad she was out of the dangers of the time. We hid now reached tho horse market. snd with some search discovered two like- I) looking animals, whose price was within the lneai;rc of my purse. I could not af foul to pick and choose to any great ex tent, but for 40 crowns becamo the owner alter n little trial, which showed they were at.aound as I could sec of two nsgs, one a bay, and the other a russet, with an off foot white above tbe pastern, sn un lucky color, snd the white marking denoted deviltry. Hut he was a licust, ami I kept him tor myscir, giving the bay to .hcopo. Having paid mi the spot for these, together with the necessary amlillcry, no rode to the shop where I hsd left my purchases, and collected them. It was hero that the idea struck me that there was an opiiortunlty to keen my word, and return her gift to Madonna Angiola, there- Tore asking mcsscr the shopkeeiier for seal and some parchment, which he will ingly supplied on a small payment, I carefully folded up the tari, and sealed up the picket. Taking it in my hand, I went out to Jacopo, who was holding the horses, and said: "Sec here, Jacopo. Take this packet to the house ol the secretary .Machinvclli. It lies in the ward San Spirito, near Santa IV licitn, and cannot be missed. Deliver it into the hands of the Lady Angiola, say nothing, and conic away. Ihcrc is no re ply needed; you follow? "Excellency." "Right. Then after doing this )ou may dine, collect your srms, and meet me in an hour and a half at the San rrediano cute, And )OU might as well bring a feed for the horses with you. Stay, hero arc two crowns." "It shall be done, your worship. I know " the secretary s house, and the rest is shrewd-lookinsim-pie.- dred thsnks." ther Inquired sbsnt party of five horse men, who took ths road to Leghorn about four o'clock this afternoon, lie doubled much If lie could overtake them -- to night' full, he said, snd would havo to ride hard." I poised another crown on my fingers, nb sently, "Do you know any of tho party who went ahead I "No, excellency; but their trader was an old man with a long white beard, and I think I heard him addressed ss Ccci. Excellency, the wine will flow a hun 1 droped the crown Into his palm, mov Ing him to his closing words. "Come on, Jacoo. It grows late," and, setting spurs to our horses, we rode at a gallop. d saddled sgsln. and every bockls and lr examined with the minutest esre, ws mounted sad set off. As stlhougb we both well knew tho direct road to Ihorn, but were not acquainted with the district so as to correctly pursue our way by moonlight, I decided to run the gauntlet of the ambuscade. If there was any, and take the risk of coming off with a whole skin, to the certainty of losing our track by chancing short cuts, which might lesd to, Heaven alone knew whcrel Now that wo were once more on tho road, we trotlcl along st a fairish pace through the silent night. The way led for some distance over an uneven plain, covered with a multitude of white stones, that shone In the moonlight like water. Tht plain gradually narrowed to where it was Intersected by a chain of low lulls, and it was in crossing thrso that we should have to rido through a narrow gut, and ly meet our danger. As we spfroaclied the lulls, tht short, stunted foliage that tufted forest, the plain changnl to a in the miilst of which the road wound, snd heio we waited for a second, whilst Jscopo examined his piece to see that all visa aright, and gingerly blew at tha match thereon, to give tho fire a little strength. This g done, we proceeded with the gioatcst caution, riding one liehind the other, and going slowly, as wc feared a pitfall of some kind among the trees. I.tukily there was none, and at last wo got out of the immediate presence of tho forest, and into ho gut, where the precipice rose high on each side of us. All was rock Slid stone, but the road was fairly rven, a trap could have leen seen, and going slow u mistake here, so we clapied spurs to the horses and sent them along, and although momentarily expecting to see the Hash of an arquebus, we weie agreeably disappointed, and got out of the passage without mishap of any kind. "Antmo1 Stituotr. we are out of this, ami will not be breed for the teeth of these brigands;" and Jscopo, whose horse had carried him a little in advance, drew rein to let me come up, and wc rode out of the Mil of the pass, "I hope so, but we are not nut of the wood )et, snd I pointed to where a dip in the ground showed there was a small stream, and on the opposite lunk the rud scsi n led into forest land. "And 1 was Ju- -t going to Ix-- your wor ship s leave to troll a catch, said Jscok, snd as he uttered these words we pla-hc- d into tha shall stream tvfore us. Almost at this moment my horse nrtched shnlly. snd an answering neigh from the wood before us rang out into the night. Creek! Crack! Two sed tongues of fire licked out from the darkness of the trees, we heard the loud report of firearms, and a brace of kills sang past, unpleasantly close to my head. TO II n CONTINUED. "You C&n't Catch the Wind tn a Net." Ntlther tppllCAtlons. Hit a corutttuthtul dls-tJtAnd is core by Hood's StrupA' rill btCAUst His a constitution! reme- enyoo cure cUrth by toctf J dy. It eipels from the blood tht 'fy which CAusti the dtstAse, And rebultds the infUmtd membrAnes. JfocdS ScmabaMlta f) ?Mm Acts gently on horse-dealer- s d Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses the ..EFFECTUALLY the ... M'r GurrniaITgSyrvp ux!t INSOMNIA orn-men Crow-ford- d, Hlr-t- u. I... 1 "" zig-za- fS&VKL'ar Two famous pictures ttdr rrr-- tor ma-Mi- o'"o "Ik-for- wosp-watste- d, EM" GUNS 3 HE COULDN'T BB BLAMED. Did liver) thins In III I'mver In rur I import llul Una Han-ltrniir- il. ADM. Th DEWEY MARRIED. f. Kntlra Affair Hat Kept a rrafonnd keeta', No ftp.elatora Htlag I'rateat at the CtttaotU. Mra. little elieeky," U I 11 Ik iu inr innI icimiv on In , I H7.r Miiniin ni me ear, ttu wnat are y going In do hi inch a ester (lit old fellow, Thev In reply, though having no knowledge (if vtltat muni. I jnl up ie courage to tik her band "ii trie murmured yes." . eciirialk-murV? I SUpbOet! It Wat It . 1.. Will.... .IT'V.i0 '" S901' ,urmi 'nn-perf- ' ,1,J ettlf 10 10 eorr t ' "I look a l.rarer anil walked In on Mm," inuf". "." 'oun """V "n'1 1" lime WHI decent rV'i lenstli of lime ami then taxi I could hare "That waa beautiful lieauliful." ,orlre, 'oun ii .11 J ft. he'd lend me hundred dollars to net married on. Wasn't no other way, vou knov," the old oll!ra new brace not for bit back. Ami he loaned it to you 1" m down with a doll ih'.'S1'' " lt"i". 'fr.Mwn,n J"1.'' ' IU "to a.k l.im If . - w ""I tn 's t.iu2"l "ou in I w''.' "rled Y"' !". Wh0' T'w '"l'- don t ay I off II ! (le had It. Imt wouldn't lend it. marriage, 1'lain at the note ' lhil it iK.- hlame. - ' 's cheer tip and get a new'hold with your tor.. i on hid to do to do and -tpu t It a liar a noia thief hti ilain't niiin up Mote and and Hand (he UirT0 rouna,! -- Cleveland rteil on. .No money-- no """ l'l ' "If? it-- had it-- THE ICE MACHINE'S PART. At Laal There llaa lleen a .eir Pea. tare Introduced Into fuel Tom'i I'aliln. There ! a near wrinLh-- In "l'nrl Tim'i Cabin" thratrical companies. One of there, svIikIi it ramatkine the stale of Srvr scy for audienrra, hat hit upon the device of nu)inr a reiruteraiing machine ami using real IiUhLi of Ice in the acetic in Inch Ellis, purtued by a pack of lurking mongrela. troMee in river carrying in lier armi a a l ii tied doll. The ieetnaklng machine baa proved in t normout turcrta. At the Kidgewood opera beutc, where the Ire machine plattd a few eve nines ago, a frantic crowd fought itt way mrougii uit uoort. ai lot tirsl periorm ante the ice machine wat kent In the hark round. Several rakea manufactured fwforr the performance were placed on the and green iiaire nrcr. i ncy wcreearrtuiiy asmi-eon the surface, to that w hen lhu made for liliettv the would not her grand turn undiiinififd aomertiullt. Th In. ma. chine, however, had been ao largely adver- u.ci mat yokeia wanieu to tee il. they aat in tbtir placri after the curtain upon the tolemn death of I.itllr Kva aod howled for the Ire machine to come out and aliow lltelf. The ttage manager and a couple of deck hindt hati lo cirry it dawn to the footlightt. Then they turned the handle and, amid upmarout applaute, (lir iimriiinr iruiiiiirfi a cane Ul ml ire Since then a tnrt hat leen written in the play for the Ice inacbiue. When the river trene open a couple oi toutnern peculator are ditrovered ciperimrntmt; with the machine. They produce their ice, and not Iwtira anr immrtlute ute for it turn it into In river, and it tilt uion the mertutfar it proper tnttrvaia to arrommoiiate rJixa a fnottet. A colored man comet out and ipntiklet aand nver the Ice in full view of dajraornlnjr at the rector of HI. Taul't Catholic church. The ceremony irai performed by Rct. Jatnea Y. Mackln paator of the church, aailated by Her. Joaeph A. Foley, aatlttant paator, tnd Iter. Sidney Uurlbut The ceremony rraa atrlctly private and of the simplest character, and veaa periormeu witti the rlnc ao- cordlnff to the nuptial rltei of the Catholic church, nnd Including; the ad dreaa of Father Mackln, conaumed leaa than five minutes. The arrangomenti for the vreddlnir were made with all the secrecy which haa attended the whole affair, and not a single apectator was present. The bride was accompanied by Mrs. Washington McLean, her mother, and Mrs. Ludlow, her sister, while Adm. Dewey wss accompanied by Lieut. Caldwell, his aide. There were no oth er guests. At the close of the ceremony Adm. Dewey srsaped Father Msckln'e hsnd and said! "Father, I am greatly pleased to have keen msrrled by you, for I know that at one time In your hfe you were a sailor." After the ceremony the Adm. and Mrs. Dewey entered a carrtsge and were driven to tho residence of Mrs. Washington McLean, where a wedding breakfaat was served and at 13:43 they left for New York. Nw Yohk, Not. 10. Adm. and Mrs. Dewey arrived In New YorU Thursday night from Washington. They were driven direct from the West Twenty third street ferry to the Wsldorf-As- torla, where they are the guests of Mr. lloldt, the proprietor of that hotel. The admiral and his bride did not reg later. WxaitixoTO.f, Not. la-Mildred M. llazen and A dm. George Pevrey were cjuletljr married at 10 iclocV Thura WE NEED COALING STATIONS. Ur. Adm. Ilradford, la Ilia IWpset, Kbowa Ureal It ttaa Ueflcleaey la Tim K"w or llaalllltUt. WiSMlxOTO. Not. 10. The urgent necessity of adequate coaling stations for our wsr ships Is dwelt upon by Rr. Adm. Ilradford, chief of the usval bu reau of equipment. In his report to the secretary of the navy. He relates the difficulties encountered during the war with Spain in securing coal, transport log it and getting it aboard the ships. 'While these efforts were succcatful," the admiral says, "It wss due almost entirely to the nesr proximity of the theater of war to our own coast. Adm. Ilradford ssys that a United States fleet If called upon to act at any point across the Atlantic must en counter even greater difficulties than '.be audience. Chicago Chronicle. were found by Adm. Cervars. "As a matter of fact," continued Adm. l)rad I'ailer Treo Flaara. "What a grand picture It muit have been," ford. It may be stated without fesr of 'emarked the boarder who had teen Dewey, "to have teen the Olyinpia ateatning home, contradiction that at present it would 'he atara and ttripc on one matt and the be impossible for a United 6tates fleet homeward pennant on the other." to csrry on active operations during a ".Magnificent)" echoed the man in black ilih.n,l.r. !,(. II..I.L will it war anywhere about the coast of would have been to have teen the itart and. Kurope, Africa, a large portion of iiripea on one matt anil tne hate (Mil pennant Asia and South America for want of oo the other." Chicago livening Newt. dh m Stranger have hit olllrt? A TrolWy Kit That Oarrlss a Uonat ol l'olicetnan Vou mean the one who pulli High KaplMlva rawer Which la teeth without patnr "Yea." Kalaated Our aa Enany. "Oo right around the corner. Vou wll. have no trouble finding bia office. You cat. Chicago, Not. 10. Silas J. Coyne, a hear hit palienta yell half a block away." carpenter, haa Invented a new Imple umo uute journal. ment of warfare. The device consists A Dear Little of a series of kites, supporting a cable. wife It the deareit tittle woman in tbi world." Walton "I don't know about upon which a "trolley" kite Is made to I'tuI' travel. The trolley kite carries a bomb that. How much doca the coit you? adelplna Uecord. of high explosive power, which Is automatically released. lly means of spe cially constructed kites, of which Mr. Coyne is the Inventor, br claims to be able to support a cable nearly seven miles In length by using a number of Auto-natleal- ty Dariing,-WTgwa;-"My Can't Stlaa Hie Plarr. Where doea that new dentist coal." NEW WAR IMPLEMENT. Tho New CxnlnelTo, the new explotlve. has been by pining through s 41 inch steel piste. If lit succets continues, It will make ai grest s record for itVa. self In the military world at Ilostetter's Arrangedfrom Petoubet'a Notts. Etomach Hitters has In the medical world. (Specially So far nothing haa appeared which can (IOI.DKN TKXT.-T- he ears of all the equal this wonderful medicine in Its apeedy people were attentive unto the liook of the and permanent mattery of all diseases of the -- Men. I ' l. law stomach, liver or kidneys. It's a good remItl'.AI) Nehemlah I and Luke . Till H. The Drat day of the seventh edy to try when everything else has failed. month, I. e the middle or latt of SeptemDialler of I.enarth. ber, A. D. 4M, about two monlhn after Ihe "How long should mourning gowns be arrival of Nrhemlah In Jeruaalem, and a week after the completion of Ihe walls on worn by a widow of 7iV waa the question ), that came sobbing through the mailt. Now the Kth of Glut, the sixth month The Aral day of Ihe aeventb it chanced to be the sporting editor's day month waa Heptember 22 In 1S32. Bepltmber off, and the religious editor, therefore, waa attending to the Side Tslka with Young n in issj, and October 1 In IM l'enons. "There is no hard and fast rule," EXPLANATORY. I, The Clrctimatoncea. Tlic section wrote the religious editor, confidently, "but they ought to come down to the boot tops, at of Nehemiah embracing Clinpt. least." This incident illustrates the occa differs from the opening and from the sionsl swkwardnett of anewipaperttandins doting chapters In that here Nehemiah as a bulwark of morals to the exclusion of Is spoken of In the third person, while everything else. Detroit Journal. in the rest of the book he himself Mow Everybody Can Hide. writes In the first person. In the prayer If you have sny doubt sbout it be sure (Chap. 0) and the covenant (Chap. 10) to read the advertisement of the John M. the first person plural Is tited. "It was Smyth Co., Chicago, in this psper. In which they propose to a series of events of the greatest Impor- for KM.95. How sell a do it la a Top Bui gy puzzle, but they tance. Nehetnlah's design waa to renew ss the firm Is one of the Isreest in the counenlarge the reforms which Ezra try and of the highest standing, that's their and matter. Iletter the advertisement now. had begun 13 years before. Chaps. 810 while you thinkfind it, and it through of are an account of transactions running carefully. The firm Issues read Mammoth a through 24 days or more, by which Ne- Catalogue, in which It listed "everything to eat. hemiah brought this and other reforms prices.1' wear and use at lowest wholesale Into active operation. Our leeaon la the first section of the account, and tells Its Orla-ln- . whst happened in one day the first "Hoot!" cried the owl ever and anon. The fowls of the air and the beasts of the day of the seventh month (V. 2). field II. The Oreat Meeting. V. 1. This tered stirred uneasily in their sleep snd mutmaledictions. chapter should begin with the last "Why are tbey ao sngry t" salted the owlet at last. clause of the last versa of the previous "Tbey are envious, my child," replied chspteri "And when the seventh owl, "of my Scotch dialect. Hoot, Loot the I" month was come," etc. The first day Detroit Journal. ot this month waa the feast of trum Uellahtfollr Feminine. pets, which proclaimed n day of re Mother I don't understand you at all. joicing, like our Christmas hells. This You are constantly praising Miss Whlrly was a week after the walls nere finnow, and yeu utea to intitt that you couldished. V. 1. "All the people gathered n't bear her. Daughter But I didn't know then, mamthemselves together:" From the city ma, that was It iljuat and from the surrounding country. "As tso awtet ah her. Jealous of ma. Frest. of Detroit Free one:" In one place, with one purpofe. "Into the street:" Ilathrr, Into the Modern Science. broad place, the public square. "Ilefore "Steam bat rendered man Inestimable observer the Watergate:" The open space south aervice, remarked thealso, since of men and tklags. "and of the temple, called Opbel, lying be- abled her to woman her husband it has en'a letters open tween the temple wall and the city wall. without bia ever snowing it." Detroit Jour'They spnke unto Ezrn, the scribe:" nal. This Is the first time Kzra'a name oc lorn Are So Clever. curs In the book of Nrhemlah "It It hard to propose to a girl ?"aalted the III. The Vs. "Ilook novice in affairs of the heart. harder not to of the law of Moses:" This "testifies to "Sometimes it's a good dealof worldly exreturned tne a general knowledge of the exiatenccof propose," thoughtfully. man always well to "It's perience, a book the contents of which, so fur be on your guard." Chicago Pott. as they ore known, agreed substantial Ihankiflv M llo.ldty., IMUO ly with our l'cntateuch." l'rof. II. K. Oreatly Ilyle. "Which the Lord, Jehovah.' hud Iluilroad. reduced rates via tho C. II. fc D. Tickets fold on November 29 commanded to Itrnel:" This wns nut and 30, limited to December 1, for return. Atk your nearest C II. & 1. agent for full a merely human book, but one iniplrttl particulars regarding tlino uf trains and nnd revealed by (lou. V. 2. "The tun " rate. Hebrew, Torah, Instruction, "here luttl Jfrrdlenn Adjectlvea. In a sense which uf tcrwnrds mil Little Willie "Say, pa, what's a redundvertal." I'rof. Hyle. "Doth of turn nml ancy of expression? women:" lloth have equal tiei-i- l of Ia ITtine more words than are nereiiarv studying tiod's Word. "And all that to express one's meaning, such as "wealthy could hear with understanding:" The iceman, weaitny piumuer, etc. Chicago children, nil who were old enough.' evening news. . 3. "He rend therein . . . from When a waits work, the morning until midday:" Or, frnnt not always man says hehe is u tiling tohe does mean that do the daylight, for six hours or more. "The worn ne it capaiue oi uoing, ai tue market ears of all the people were ntlcntlre:" price. iRiiikon utoue. Though there is uo word In the Hebrew He (ardently) I for "attenthe," yet the meaning Is Inv with Vntl. Slipam heels over head in llh rrilpl fn.titt1 quite correctly given. "How awfully upset you must be Town IV. Studying the Word of God. V.5. topics. l'receded by Worship. V. 5. "Opened It it matter of wonder that nobody . t the book:" Unrolled the scroll, or roll CAiuecus 1. : . ,iiiuiiirfl ny ciaunins .inai. ever t I .......J ID 'AH the people stood up:" Itotc to sun rote uit laic. Ledger .Monthly. too their feet as an act of respect and reverence for God anff Ills Word. V. 0, A millionaire's daughter is taken at "Kzra blessed the Lord:" Praised God par value. LIbott s Magazine. In prayer. "All the people answered:" THE MARKETS. Itesponslre worship Is no new thing, READING OF THE SCRIPTURES. International annday flchnnl l.eima for November III, IMK Teil.Aehe-mla- h .!. fTVorit. I I (Auguat-September- Deafness Cannot fie Cared by local applications, ss they cannot reach the discsaod portion of the ear. There is only one nay to cure deafneas, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafneas is caused by an Inflamed condition of th mucous lining of th Eustachian Tube. When this tube gts inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect heating, snd when it is entirely closed desfness la the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this lube reatored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh, which la nothing but an inflamed condition oi me mucous aurrares. We will give One Hundred Dollars for sny esse of Deafnet (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ccna tor circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. roia oy uruggiata, toe. Hall's Family Pills are the beat. Lawyer Do you swesr the colllaion raited the entire cart Witness Well, it raised everything but th windows. Judge. The Deal Prescription and Fever la abottl of Gnovx's Tahtslem CmiA Toxic. It la almplylronaniinuiolnsin How Mrs. Pinkhtm HELPED LtTTtt TO MRS. GO0DEN. MIS. rlNXSAK SO. ISJJj t Immovable, for Clilllt high-grad- aUttelcasfonn. Nocura-nopa- y. PrlceOc. I?aeh lo Ills Craft. Plumber So long: I'm off to tsy a pipe. ; Poet Well, I'm off to pipe a lay. Syracuse Herald. To Caro Old lo Uu day Taks Laxativo Bromo Oulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund money If it falls to cure. 25c Bood-W- . I of the tense of humor. News. A thoroughgoing egotist Is usually devoid Chicago Daily For Whooping Cough, Piso'a Cure it a successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, 07 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, '94. Don't put In too much time standing on dignity or riding a hobby. Chicago Daily News. for your kindness and the Interest yon have taken In me, and truly believe your medicines and advice are worth mora to a woman than all the doctors In tho world. For years I hod female troubles and did nothing for them. Of course I became no better and finally broke down entirely. My troubles began with Inflammation and hemorrhages from tho kidneys, then Inflammation, congestion and falling of the womb nnd inflammation of ovaries. " I underwent local treatment OTery day for soroo time; then after nearly two montns tno doctor gave me pcnnla nlon to go back to work. I wen t back, but in less than a week was compelled to glvo p and go to bed. On breaking down ths second time, I decided to let doctors and their medicine alono and try your remedies. Before tho first bottlo was gone I felt the ef-fects of It. Three bottles of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and a packago oi her Sanatlvo Wash did ma more good than all the doctors' treatments and medicine. "Tho first remark that greets ma now is 'How much better yon look!' and yom may be sure I never hesitate to tell the cause of my health." Mso, , I, GoODES, ACJCLET, La-- "I am Tery grateful to you druggists. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are faat to sunlight, washing and rubbing. Sold by all A Tacant expression en Days. -- Dr.BnlIs Cough OYTU P " Bronchitis, .Col Tno best remedy for Consumption. Cure "To Rent." Gold- neet, Atthma, Whooplel cough, Crou; Small dotes i quick, sure remits, Dr. Bultt huicurt QnuiiMwn, Hoarse A- OSo havtitti npfi'i Trnn m. DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use "5 DROPS" for RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY DISEASE etc. Read ing Utters t the follow- Text-Hoo- elattca. Xeuralaia. TJyspptta. Baekaehe. Atthma. Hay Fever. Catarrh. La Orlaaa, Crans. atcrplrosaets. verTouBts. Xrrraas and Xearalal Ileadaakee. Xaraah, Xaath-ca- r, aleart Vaabaeat, Draptj, afalarla. Crptaa Nnasbaete, ate., Se. J Swamso Rheumatic Ccsb Co.t When I wrote you for a aimpte bottl of "i DROPS ' my wile was suffering terribly from Rheumatism and was very discouraged, as I had tried avtry thing the doctors prescribed, even tending her t Klcbfltld Springs, etc. My doctor la very tnsca eurprlMd at the sroereta anr wife it maklnir. and the It will that aha refuted to keep her teamttrctt and la now doing her own aawlng;. fa Insist that It it turv dctrsmatter on aher taking"! Dreps" snd assure only a of few dayt aod the will be entirely cured, and at w are very wtll known bert, the "5 DROPS" la recelvltg considerable atttcv tion and praise. T. K. PRICE, Jersey City, N. J. Oct. U, WW. Swamson RHECMAric Ccxb Co.: I euflered terribly with Kidney Trouble for yean, and tftee using less than two tttlte of DftOrs" 1 am now entirely well and I give "5 DROPS" the praise for my cur. I not find anything that would give me the slightest relief until I could tried thfa remedr. and I recommendlt toevervbodv aa a ecrmancnt cura (TRADE UASK) for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CARBAUGH, Black Gap, Pa. Aug. 2XT. It tbe most povsrfst spedSe known. Free 1 rent epUUi awl porfoott hamlet. He mr ours for Kkoaautlsa. It rt.M almost Inatsnunoou rsllef. and It a br "i nRflDQ" WrtvrO 00, dosos) St OA U SIV1.VSO.V nSVQ tnWtisirtrentorl"IIROrsalltatrtl.wsttllt.nd temple eta. by m.ll.ror UHIOforprepaidSold bras snd asnts. itIJTS bottlo wilt tnilsit yon. la X.. Twrttorr. to. t bottles 10 A W1ITID BHIDUATIC CURE CO., ie ( 164 sUaka a SSa taaipla Wttlo. Also. Urr kottttt (St Wkrrs CS U, CUICAOO, 1LX- - 1 . br the eTate.t'ixuwatT.tcri; A DOLLAR STRETCHER new cr" she haa erer found which J. C Hubinger is introducing; his latest invention, "Red Cross" method by and " Hublnpcr's Best" starch. She says: With your Endless Chain Starch nook, I received from my grocer one large package of " Red Cross" starch, one large package of "Hublnger's Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakespeare panels, all for 5c. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Aak your grocer for this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. 10V3ARRH COLDS COUGHS CROUP GRIPPE El THROAT BBBBBBBBBBWT SORE- - mam HOARSE NESS ', W m i MlatmTttaBMaaai .1 WfHXaBBBBi 9 Si Ql Ptrunat I Join Stttf I Ion Sulllvtn, Roach and Mc- - I Ifl Entry In their good opinion of I H Ptrunt at an ttttcilvt catarrh I o B aENERAL J0E WHEELER 1 ) (See Luke V. Tho Fruits of llible Study. Vs. 9. "TheTlrshntha:" Allied to our word pasha. It was the Persian title for a local or provincial governor. Ilyle. First Fruit llcpentancc. "For nil the people wept:" "In the new light of the higher truth we suddenly discover that the 'roue of righteousness In which we have been parading Is but as filthy rags.' "Prof. Adcncy. Second Fruit Joy In the Lord. You have "Mourn not, nor weep:" ease. wept long enough; you hnvc fastened Ihraafh Car Service to tlealco. your eyes on your sins too exclusively Cuioaoo, Nov. 10. One of thelsrgest V, 10. "Go your way, eat the fat and daily through car services in the 3rlnk the sweet:" These were expanworld will be inaugurated by the Santa sions of joy and nlds'to joy. "Ami tend Fo road Sunday. This line will begin portions," etc.: Another way of exoperating a dally flrst-clasleeper be- pressing nud of Increasing true joy. tween Kansas City, Ma, and the City of "Neither be ye sorry:" Sorrow and Mexico. Tho dlstanco betweeu the epentsnce are neer required for their two points Is 3,390 miles. During the own sake, but for the better things eullro run there will be no change which grow out of them. "For the joy of the Lord is your strength:" Your whatoTer. stronghold, R. V., margin. Amuaatador 1'suueefote la Maihlugloo, rnACTiCAia. Wasiiimoto.t, Not. 10. Lord Fsunce- The study of the llible has wrought fote, the llrltlsh ambassador, with his family and members of his staff, ar- wondrous changes In men and In narived here at 4:10 o'clock Thursday tions. A vast cloud of witnesses testisfternoon. It Is probable that the fy to its renovating power, livery naambassador and the new first secretary tion now existing Is great, moral and of the embassy, Mr. Louther, will call happy In proportion as the llible Is at the atato department Friday, and a studied and obeyed. There Is much value In Krfot' lutein- call also may be made at the white biles for llible study (1), In reviving the bouse. Interest In such study; (2) In arousing Iluhlln Uuli to right Jeffries. enthuslusm; (3) In bringing light from Nkw Yoiik, Nov. la 0u Huhlln uuny sides; (4) lu the. instruction of riiursday potted $1,000 for a fight with men ei the dceneit experience and James 3. Jeffries. widest knowledge. 4:10-22.d kites in tandem. The traveling kite will support a weight of more than SO pounds. It folds automatically upon releasing the bomb and returns of its own weight. Successful practical tests are said to have been made of the kites. Pupil Diet After I'ualthmtalbyaToehtr. Kashas Citt, Mo., Not. 10. Ten- year-ollllanche Nlppold, a pupil at the Morse public school, died at the school building Thursday following slaps and a shaking administered by her teacher. The child's body was distorted and physlolans aay she had evidently died In a spasm. She was subject to spasms and had heart dis- tlnctly:'" It required clear enunciation to be beard by the many thousands ns sembled. The manner of reading made CHICAGO. a great difference as to the sense. FI.OUII Winter paten .... .. . Whca Second. "And gave the sente:" Kx UHA N cnlcago No.. Nv txrlnr plaining the unusual words, expound' COItN-N- o.i S Ing the meaning and the application of OAI.- - NaS lOHK Mesi. the law, Interpreting the nlluslons to LAllD-Stehistory and in every way possible caus SEW YOUIC ing "them to understand the rending." Will AT- So Christ In the synagogue at Nnrnrrth COItN-N- o. : mlxMt. caused the people to understand Itnlah. ltvi: OAT MuoJ um prjOUIl-wlnlera.ent Na.-nil...- .! So letlt be." "Lifting up their hands:" An appeal to God that they accepted the law thus read and would obey It llowed their heads and worshiped the Lord with their faces to the ground They sank down Into the posture of humble, earnest prayer, first falling on their knees, nnd then bending forward and down till their faces came "be tween their knees" (1 Kings 18:42). Two Ways of Studying the Dible. First. V. 8. "So they rend . . . dls "Amen:" Lit., "That which Is true.' UVISSTOClC-CaUle.eosnm- onS Select butchers CAI.VKS-Fa- lr to cood light. IIOO.n Coarse sad heavy Mixed packer Light thlpe SlIKUl' Choicr l.AM IIS Spring KLOUIt Winter nntent tllCAlN-Whcal-- Xo. J red No. 3 red Corn No. S mixed Hats No.: Itye No. HAY I'rlnie to I'tiOVI-IOMet pjrk I.nnl dairy. Dim Kit-Chchoice cresmeiy Al,l'LKS-cb''t- ce io fancy I'OTATOES-- Pjr brl ClKCIXNATI. NOV. ID. M ct 3 75 4 7J () i SS io ( 7 00 SM 4 0J i IS i IU iu 1 71 ulvu n (t U. -- U'i u0 (tin U4 (O M JOHNrH MAMMOTrT IMAILORDERj HOUSE. a 70)i t in a K 9i ti IS S 01 ti4 I jrTf (WtlT Or THIS MADISON tT At-.is s ft n OIJOu & 4 07H 17 --1SK S So 11 1 S3 3 S 5Z0,UU ' mnr AVtU IU Hih Int PUHCHASCH Grade Top Buggy 14) M 6 IS O AT OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE OF ONLY $o43 s aide-ba- 2 V S en OIK i.iia "H 7 7k w S Si S 3 O K!' "Vi4i H)i CO New Mr- LAUD Western llAI.TIMOUK. P.OI.K 9 it 40K a: II a II : ItvM S hi SJ 10 Q in 3 71 Is FLOL'It-Rim- llv GllAlN-Wh- ca rATTLh Klrt quality HIXJS bouihern Corn Mliod Cut Nj. 2 title ltic No. 2 western No. 3 red 3 Si 6H!tt 90 4 a c: o 374it at 4 85 aU 38 31 Wettcrn IXDIANAl'OMS. WhCHt No. No. s mixed n it 5 ii uSW O M r tpringt or lirowiter spring, narrow or wide traek. W. K or 1 Inch tin, all wool cloth or sennine leatbtr trim, snd fornlah th busty coo. plete with xtra heavy full, robber top, bnissel carpet, ttorm apron, boot, nickel dash rail, shaft, etc Painting I perfect nd equal to fii.CO bogcr painting. Wheelt are Barren patent, warranted aecood growth hickory. We are bojnd to mats this bueirv aa prfet that it will a!U many mora for ns. VVowill ahlp ft O. B. Only a limited number will bo told at oor epaelal price of anywhere in the United Btatea eaat ot th Kooky mountain on receipt of only Ji.oo ss We offer this bony at aetosl factory wholesale price, th i Sua bror wwen is mqueauy toe dealer at not less than fX6l so that they wha bny direct from a va rally 13X0 and get a better bg-y- . Wa sir you itbr piano or Corning styls body, and Z tl evidence of eood faith. V of m of 3HAIN com : rod.... I mixed. IX)UISVILLE. FI.OUK- - Winter ....... 3 45 li t t u 7 kio sm,ll II , III I1 1. ISA! 1.11 u S) 11 sH 3 55 71 Jlt.MN Whoat cxirn Mixed, C'la- - Mixed POIIiv LAltD-blca- patent No. 2 red ,.. e1 " stC'je: ggJL- -. , which It llttid at lowest wholesale prictavflrvrninc to qu wear ana us,is lurnisi on ceipi oj oniy iut o pamyoay i or expresss(a and at vloenct ik iha tne'la allnuunH n first 'pufehast ameuntlnjjto I99 orabova. sJcTT3 - W-- Meat m UlU a 0 00 u MV Siu. W. I 1 $3 & 3.50 SHOES union to $6 compared m Worth$4uinor miKQ nun 1,000,000 wearer. Th arnulit hiv U L I DujjI, name nJ rr'ctl L DOUGLAS Don't Rent ESTABLISH HOME OF YOUR OWN A CHI w v mmer- - X 11 ta urura vsl on boitom. uMiituic cuiiuca it pi ou dealer , iuem W mauiu e keep tend a pair Hill not, (in rrr sr h oi siru ai. iaiiai kluj ol ttthtr. ut, and aldth, plal or cap toe. C tulugnt 11 Ire. SHOE CO., Crocking slaw, hU. , irS& it food, r nmM llna vntiehf.fltV arhnP PalnStorlrnf youreyetp Btd taste in your mouth? It's your liverl Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 2 Sc. All druggists. miPinwnum'Q nvc r.qr.the uuuiiiiuiinrri a. w uiueswniSKer. sa ets o esfifTt. oj. io iww. Ytant your mouiucha or baajil a beauUliil brown or rich black f Than mo I I'sed by millions. bure proof of ila qeatity. termaaeotlf 1'nred. No tlttomerv-- P 0 I uuuiui- - tulle, iifttiiar suseot lr Klluo'a (.rratNeise llotui r tsl tfitf tioillaaod treatise free UK It 11 KI4.SU I. d i I ArcliSl .I'blia I'a. ARTERSINK M i PITC Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful Informs., tion about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures oi their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send as cents in postage stamps for a year'a subscription to "The Corn Delt," 309 Adams St., Chicago. O- :f - ivmi u. aJSL raltS. Uta Wlituirntit Good. Coiwh Cjpip. Tastes tntimt l Miiia " C sou isttsitss msn S.s- - I SU Add. Homestead rahu bUat. llroaoai o svres nsiu., anosiorssu, SS.IWS. snu M a wsi. (us, a. S Hit 1788 tJ A, N. K.- -E sr orucelsts. wm:.v aaat l.eusa la Uls a" uitiTi.su tu AnvKHTitsuia otMt Ihut ywu me th Advrltta. Where Love is, there God is also. (Cmitlmiol frrnn Dear Citizens I thought as how I'd writo an' toll SCHOOL. FARM. HOME. on SUinlr n nlliKMcntlifU. yo 'bout tho talk I had 'tother day "That's just what I say," remarked K. 0. IMimr, ConlrlUiilnl with Tom Martin when ho como over Rilllnl I'jr Jin.. Kt.m II Voce, IVmi ul tlir IMlUst l)T H. ('. Mjmix, IWrmir l ItitrtlrHl Owsley law, IVrrn Coll-n- -. tho old womau. "I niynoir hntl seven Norm! Ir rtmnit, Xtott Votv. V our county court homo. HOMi: GAMIiH. Wntch tho Fire. Mouth Pork. of thorn, onlj one daughter ii left." "Tom," says I, "how'd that election Perhaps somo of you may bo study What do we tlo lit home on winter To the east of Berea alwut two or And the old woman began to relato Thomas Mnupin accidentally fired go over'n your county I Tollable close, ing Pennsylvania in your Geography evenings, when the day's work is wan't where and how Hhe lived with her a pistol and wounded Gilbert Peters, and It will make Phil- three miles lies a tract of several hun- dono! "Yes, Site," says he, "'t iron mighty class just now, daughter, and how many grandchil-dro- n but not very severely. close, but that no 'count f oiler John adelphia seem ii little nearer and dred neros that is covered with a fine Somo ono has said that tho British she had. "Here," she. says, "my Como to soo us now and wo will sou wont in 'an had sixty odd votes to more real to you to hear direct from growth of young timber, mostly oaks play morn games than any other na. i t wan , 1 have and pines. Not much of tho old and jet atrongtli is only powornii nnxious 10 sen thero. givo you tho best spare ribs and spare, i tion, and that this make them tho Jim lirown go to the legislature to to work. I pity the youiigft'ra my ''crackliu' bread you You remember that it was founded growth is left, but we are told that tho biggest hustlers in ate. cut the world's work. represent us tomiwrauce fellers, for wo ! original growth was very heavy and grandchildren- - how nieo they are capiSomo one else has said that the reason Tho "Cuban Lecturo" given at nceu u countr local option law down in ttiS'J by William Pouii as tho that fifty years ago a largo saw mill a welcome as No one gives me such r right had, but them sixt tal of his province, of Pennsylvania. the American gunners shot ha straight White Oak last Saturday evening was they do. Aksiatka won't go to any n,l unit l(pi,.lr.l fnr nm reason. Its name means, " Brotherly love. " did a nourishing busiuess In there. at Manila und Ha stingo was that "I'l'"' '"u """ ,u,ucr " " thoy thoro wo are." An old resident near this laud, (mintone hut mo. (Little graudmother, This city was, with brief exceptions, A largo number of Owsley's youpg "host 3 er vote, Old ye, lomi says i the seat of the United States Govern-- 1 ing to u grove of pine with straight played marbles whon they were laiys! dear littlw grandmother, loveliest")-an- d This, of course is an exaggeration, people are preparing to attend school I; "that's bad now sure." clean trunks six to ten inches in diIKK), when the old woman grow quite bad. meat 'li'' "V"'..""8 bile, "Jur, rYJht been n capitalfrom 1771 uutil Washington. the ameter said, "Those trees wore just but playing good games (unless the Keren the winter and spring terms. at was moved to An I tell ye, thing Im overdone) is not only fine Prof. S. W. Carnahan of Loutlou, tliiukin.' Wo men what voted for "Of courso, it is n childish trick. It covers au area of 12D square hushes wheu came here thirty years sjKitt, hut profitable, as well. It God bo with him," said she, pointing tr iitieuo.) lltriirvli 4liiu t'lftitiitl. Intil iirown, nn couuln t elect nun an miles, and has about l'.K),(XX) dwell-- i ago." Thoy were juit gelling out of wakes us up uud educates us. him to talk for us in week ill the interest of the Sue lien- - couldn't the K)le forest stage ami in another to tho Iwy. Hero is something u trille new. Frankfort ain't goiu' to bo represented ings, which is said to exceed tho nctt Memorial. fifty years would make thousands of Tho woman was just nbout to lift number in Chicago and New York in that ar legislature, are wo!" Clear on the dining table, and let tho feet of lino timber. Scattered all Ono of tho saddest events that ever the bag UX)n her shoulder, wheu tho ".No, says 1, "you am t represent combined. whole family Hit around il, first choosl boy ran up, and says, "Let mo carry occurred in this county was tho death It was the most populous city of through this tract where mom recent ing sides. Lay a blown l In I pay my state an' county "But it, littlo graudmothei: it is on my of Miss Nancy Saunders, who comNew York cuttings have Ixien made are thick the center, und nt taxes, ten Hat dollars every year. America until WM, when the count of "ono ets of young pines mid oaks six to way." mitted suicide Nov. 5. Now what does the good old Declara- took the lead. two, threo," let all blow at it from The old woman noddod her head, There are A'l'i public schools iu the twelve feet high. They are thrifty their lips at onco, and tho side "1 wouldn't bo without DoWitt's tion say alwut 'taxation without re pro which j and in good growing condition, or and put the bag on the boy's back, city, and over (MX) chu relies, Witch Hazel Salvo for auy considera isentntion't" "Tyranny," says I. An' then 1 fell i Tho University of Pennsylvania, ire re a few days ago and soon would first succeeds in blowing It to ho opSide by side they both passed along tion," writes Thomas B. Rhodes, posite end (or into n square "Tom, nn' I the street. And tho old woman eveu Ceuterfiold, O. Infallible for piles, a tliiukin', districtsays, says I, electin', fathered by Benjamin Franklin, and have grown out of the brush itage into with chalk) wins the contest. marked this 'ere way of This is K)le forest stage. Hut after the forgot to ask Adam to pay for the cuts, burns and skin diseases. Be- joveryliody a votin', an one candidate one of tho finest institutions of the the a fine game, provided no meinlxT of ground was well littered with fallen apple. ware of counterfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr. a gettiu' the whole an' sole ono oilier country, is here. the family has his breath tainted by men a owuin a sawAdam stood motionless and kept Giranl College, the Drexel Insti- leaves some careless person, wo hoH TJin u!ar inn iiacaMl rtfT utiiutlr 1in ' is about like ten mill, an' ther taku to votin', au' the tute, nud many other institutions of it was not worso than carelessness, let much uso of tobacco! gazing after them; and ho heard them or. J. A. Mahatfey, tho Kopublican Wo all know how to play checkers, feller what gets tho most votes bags talking all tho timo as he walked away. nominee, for Representative, received the whole profit. There ain't a man learning are here, and these with a a fin got hi and nearly the en lira but do the children understand that number of fine public libraries mark tract was burned over. It was not a Aftor Adam taw them disappear, he a majority of 150 votes in tho county. what 'ud call that fair." simple yet interesting game, "Thrru "No," Bays he, W I toll vo, Silo, Philadelphia as a leading city of our i very fierce fire except in places, but if Men returned to his room; he found his Morris!" Draw a square ou Geo. Noland, Hockland, O., says 'bout n now wny of electin' I've just land iu learning and refinement. any one will go through those woods on tho stairs,- - thoy were slate or paiwr. Draw four linos heart! tell about. They call it 'pro"My wife had piles forty years. was hero that Washington duli'- i now and examine the young trees It not broken; ho picked up his awl, and I through the center, one of them sideWitch nazel Salvo cured her. portional representation', if my mem- lerodhis farewell address; here was carefully he will find a great many ways, one up and aat down to to work again. down, and two cornerIt is the best salve in America." It orl I".'",7 11ot crooked. work it!" founded the first bank in the Uuited burned a little near the ground. Per-- i -ways. After working a little while, it grew en, ow do thoy Let taeh player tako three heals everything and cures all skin ''Simple enough," says he. "They States; also thu first mint for raining haps this is only on one side or it darker, so that he could not see to sew: checker-men- , buttons, or kernels of S.E. Welch, Jr. diseases. give about eight representatives to money. r may Ih clear around tho trunk and a passing by to he saw tho corn (red aud white.) Then one ono big district, nn' then they divide street-lampThe City Hall is tho largest muni-- foot high, but cutting iu with a sharp light the 'em up fair an' square. If the parties player lays a man ou one of ths nine Estill "It must bo timo to make a light," hang ntKiut equal they take lour a 'cipal building iu tho world. It is not knifo it will lo found that the live spots where lines come together, and piece, but if one gets much ahead, lyetdone.nndha-talreadycostSlH.UXV- growing layer or eumliium is cooked the he thought to himself; so he fixed his Locust Brunch. other fellows, each trying to lay they make it five an' three. An' if little lamp, hung it up, and betook James Bicknell has bought another there's Populists enough to elect one 000, It is 170x486 feet in area and o that if tho treo is not killed outire- his threo men iu a row uud to prevent is the highest building in the world, ly it U deadened on one side and so himself again to work. Ho had one niulo. the other from doing ao. If neither mail out o tho eight, let em have him, boot already finished; he turned it say. I aiu't no Populist myself, but with ouo exception. Tho Washing will be boverly cheeked iu its growth, succeed at first, the players take James Skinner died Thursday; was let every man vote his sentiments, is ton Monument at Washington is and if it grows on to bo a tree the turns in around, looked at it: "Well done." moving their men along tho buried Saturday. what say, an' let him have a repre- eight feet higher. foundation is laid for a rottou sivol, He put away his tools, swept off tho liues, ouo step at a time, until one or Miss Etta Fowler is visiting Mar- sentative to talk for him at Frankfort, The great tower has on its summit and w heu tho treo is cut it will bo the other cuttings, cleared off the bristles and succeeds in iniikiiig a man that hen voted for, an' not a KWt it- found unsound at the heart or perhaim ends, took the lamp, put it on the garet Bicknell this week. who are agin him have a bronze figure of William Pen a mail that those Those who have been to school in Jimmie Hubbard had his saddle dono the votin' for." and the whole hollow and worthless. In other parts self .17 feet high the Gospels from table, and took down the summer will enjoy this easy selli"Tom", says I, "you're right. I'd reaches : height of Ml feet l inches, i where the leaved had drifted in a tho shelf. He intended to open the stolen Sundy night at a singing. ng game. One of the party thinks lovo to see that kind o' law enacted. bllildinir contains 1)20 rooms tlodeeteraiid there were old true Inns Quito a number of people of this book at the very place where he had of something iu tho room, (or, if you An' wouldn't it lie fine," says I, "to i and is a grand " structure. and dry brush to help feed it, the tire yesterday put a piece of leather aa a place were in Richmond Monday. have tho best and popularest men in prefor, something on the farm,) and Broad Street Mation of the I'eiin-'- . was iiiercoand hot and pines and oaks mark, but it happened to open at an to maku C. Gentry is having a good deal of each party go to names tho letter with which it begins, high were blackeued our laws for us! Why, the way things sylvauia Railroad opjKwito the city ten or twelve other place; and the moment Adam clearing and done. smartest hall is ono of tho largest and finest to tho tops, whilu larger trees were asC for chair, B for bed, etc. Tho aro now, tho very best an' opened the testament, he recollected Miss Nannie Bicknell was the guest Kepunlican in the one who first guowtoa tho object has a his last night's dream. And as soon of Lena Richardson Wednesday Democratic district,slate may live inan' stations in the country. Five hun- burned on tho trunks two or three the right of naming an' the best tho next object feet high and their decay will date as ho remembered it, it seemed as night. smartest Democrat may live iu a Re- dred aud thirty trains arrive und to Ihi guessed. daily, carrying an average of from that. though ho heard some one stepping Willie Miller of Irvine preached at publican district, so thoy can't do a Tio a string to the stem of a largo about behind him. Adam looked Beaver Pond Tuesday night, and will thing, nor their friends an' admirers (50,000 passengors. The worst thing about it seemed to can't for em, but somo second class, Tho United Stntos Custom House bo that tho whole affair was nobody's apple and let it hang freely from the around, and sees there, in the dark preach again Sunday. rafter or ceiling, and about five feet fussy fellers slip iu in their place." corner, it sonmod as though people "Why yes," eays he, "Pres. McKin-le- y is here, a building modeled after the business in particular. Some of tho from tho floor. Then soo who is You never know what form of blood were standing: he was at a lost to and smart enough to bite the apple withhimself got knocked out o' con- Parthenon and said to bo ono of the laud belonged to will follow constipation. Keep gress, 'cause thoy gerrymandered tho finest examplos of Doric architecture where tho owners were at hand they out touching the hands to it. know who they were. And a voice poison Some of us have enjoyed irreat sport tho liver clean by usiug DeWitt's tato up so, but they couldn't work no in tho world. did uot seem to think a little leaf fire by sotting a lighted candlo whispered in his ear, ou the Little Early Risers and you will gerrymander if tho representation was Eairmount Park, where tho Centen- wub doing much damngo. It would table, placing ono of our number in "Martin ah, Martin! did you not avoid trouble. They are famous lit proportional. The will o' tho peoplo nial was held, is tho largest public front of it, and then securely blindrecognize me" not destroy auy largo treo or saw log. tlo pills for constipation and liver and ud get there every time sure, an the park in America, containing nearly The young ole trees and tho seed- folding him. Tell him to step back "Who!" uttered Adam. most popular men 'ud get tho votes bowel troubles. S. E. Welch. Jr. 8,000 acres. what ud put 'em in." woods are liko tin children threo steps, turn around throe times, "Me," repeated the voice. "It is I;" step forward threo stem, and then At tho Green Street entrance to lings in a "But what's the uso o' talkin, in school and the littlo tots playing blowout tho caudle, lie must not and Stepanuitcb itepped forth from Washington this park Tom!" says I; "wo ain't got this law, Monument, stands tho work of art alxmt tho door in a community. the dark corner; he smiled, and like a They uso his hands to find the cornor of a splendid an' wo ain't likely to." little cloud faded away, and soon van "Yes we lw."says Tom, "an vou'n' which cost more than $21)0,000. It is aro not of much uso yet in the world's the table, but must blow- straight Dreyfus. statue of Washiugtou I'll livo to soo it. They're tryin it al- a fine and around this aro ou horse- work but thoy aro tho groxviiuj ttock ahoad. ished. grouped Mr. J. S. Riddell was at Red ready in somo places, jiertieuly ovor back "And this is T," said the voice. that is to make tho men aud women House on business last week. 'n a country 'n Europe called le's some most interesting historical and of From tho dark corner stepped forth the future. see, what do they call it! 'Tain't allegorical figures. Until Fnrlher Notice J. S. Ogg is doing a good busiuess England, The oldest chartered school in the A family without children has lit ? the womau with her child: the woman France, but just a 'tain't United States is hero. Tho William tlo show for representation in tho laughed, and they with his sawmill at this place. smiled, the child lectio nice country up north. Seems Subscribers to X Mrs. B. M. Young, after a lingering liko it's 'Bouiah land,' or su'thin' bo- - Ponn Charter School for boys has affairs of tho next century. The kiud also vanished. been in existence for more than two illnoss of more than two months, is ginning with a B." THE CITIZEN "And this is I," continued the voice; centuries, aud was chartered by Will- of start these littlo folks get will de"Uelgiuml says 1. both the old woman and the boy with now slowly recovering. cide largely the kind of men nud "That's it." savs he. "that's it. iam Penn in 1701. may get also Tho city also Ixmsta tho largest Zo- women they will make too. tho applo stopped forward; both smilMrs. Leila Woiuburg, of Cincinnati, They've been a tryiu' it in Belgium conis the guest of her parents; Rev. and an' like it ever so much, an' they're ological garden iu tho country, Now tho growing stock of u forest ed and vanishod. The Toledo Blade or nearly 1,000 talkin' alwut tryin it hore with us." taining now there is living specimens. comprises all young trees of uny size Adam's soul rejoiced: he crossed Mrs. James Young. in progress here .lust Thon Tom had to go an' feed his The Lonisville Commercial and himself, put on his Miss Naunio Cormack, of Rich horses, but I set still au' kop' a think- - a "Trades Exposition, " which is uot yet ready to harvest. Thoro his began to read the Evangelists where, mond, is the guest of her sister, Mis. in . An 1 thought as now I ti writo bringing many visitors to the city. so far been no way discovered to get For 50c a Year. to you about it, Mr. Citizen, an' may-b- o I havouot visitod it, but it Is said to old, valuable trees except to givo them it happened to open. On tho upper S. C. Todd, this week. you'd publish it for all your folks bo of great interest and is expected timo to grow from young ones, and it of tho page he read, part All for $ I 00 a year. Mrs. Kato Hurloy has returned to read, so's bo" a tliiukin' to do a great deal toward promoting takes a great maiiy years as a rule. "For I was an hungered, and yo home after a delightful visit with rel it over, too. thoy could iu the country. business interests Tho Y. M. C. A. has a fine build- These young trues iu the thickets gave me meat: I was thirsty, and yo atives and friends at this place. lours truthfully, Mla.h binxoLEs. ing on tho corner of Hith and Chest were ten or fifteen years old and gavo me driuk: I was a stranger, and Lagrippe, with its after effects, an nut streets and tho association seems getting of a Shooting Stars! Look Out! yo took mo in." Come Once to be doing a good work in many di when thev nre killed the nually destroys thousands of jioople. And ou tho lower part of the pago forest thoro is put back that length Tho shooting stars which wo see at rcctious It may be quickly cured by Ouo Min night are caused by littlo pieces of All subscriptions must como ho read this: Tho Woman's Christian Association of timo. Another thought is that ute Cough Cure., the only remedy stone or iron, generally no bigger Bllildinir is ou tho corner of 18th and through The Cjtizkn. leaves and dead trees and brush are "Iuasmuch as yo liavo done it unto that produces immediate results in than pebbles or ovou grains of sand, Arch streets and does u great work i..,,,! Tl.iM,n ,ir. ii ouo of the least of these my brethren, ., ., coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pueu- - which aro flyiiiK through outer space for tho working women and girls of! . , yo have dono it unto mo" (St. Mat01 "B ' at a rati) of many miles a second, and tho city. ltis reallyawoinan,nhotelm"B,u"WHO OEIICNS moiiia, and throat troubles. It will which, whoii they htriko tho earth's thew, chap. sxv.). TRADE MARKS with th moral restraints and picas strength taken out of it und every prevent consumption. S. E. Woloh.Jr air, aro heated by the friction and are AND COPYRIGHTS uros of a homo. I tako my moals fire is u great loss for this reason, And Adam understood that hia UJJIAINtU burned up. there daily ou the Kth lloor und uso ytlU,h (ie jlre nl t,is seaHOtl of ADVtCC AS TO PATENiABlLlir P'RIVF" dream did not deceive him; that the years thero is a Onco iu thirty-threNotice In "Ituenlivo Ai(e" Clay Saviour really called upon him that thu 5'0,lr' n,Ml if n liro Hh UirM M Hook "How tooliUlul'ultnU" hour.""1 special great shower of these, whon ' No da, and that he really received him. Ogle. hundreds and thousands can 'be seen Next week wo will visit some places It bo everybody's business to put it Chargtt twxUrnU. fr till patent It tecared. txttcriitrlcUrconOdenUal. AddrcM. i Tkr nut I E. 0. SIOCEHS. Pslist in a single night, and, as nearly as of special aud historic interest. out. tTtr. WitMngtos, D. C. Adam Baker, of Flat Lick, visited astronomers can reckon, this shower Alumni and Old Students. friends horo Saturday. willomirfo-wiorroivwriiin;, ThursH. 1. Lymiiu, '1)3, is carrying nmil I'OI'.NDKI) A CIIANCK FOIt Mrs. Lizzio Swafford visited her fa day, Nov. Hi, between midnight uud isn.i KVi:ilVIIOIV in Buffalo, X. V. His health, which daylight. It is baroly pofnllile that ther uear Flat Lick last week. the shower may bo a few hours ahead a year ago was precarious, is considTOO studeuts (from states.) Host Library In Kentucky. No Saloons. touchers, Over T. J. Holcomb goes to Barbourvillo of or behind timo, t.o us to come dur erably improved. ouco u week after goods. ing daylight, hut that is not likely, Dr. S. Josephine McCollum, having to see Fleming Keen, of Bright Shado, and all who want splendid one of tho For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get si teacher's certificate: taken her diploma from tho Illinois sights tho rurost uud most I. Trado Schools ; Carpentry, Housework, 1'riutiiig two years. Modicul College, is now acting as in- has bought a farm from Wm. Menus, sky over affords, should not fail to II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and, the advanced courses. and will tnovo to this noh;hlKrhood rise In tho night and wuion tor ii. tern in tho Mary Thompson Hospital, For those siilllclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate : Tho shower may last two or threo soou. Chicago. forestry, etc, two years. III. Farming aud Agriculture, gardeuiug, will bo heaviest at the time IV. Domestic Science Sewing, Cooking, otc. two years. Thodistiuguibhed Chicago surgeon, T.F.Clark was here Friday. He duys, but mentioned. V. Normal Courso for teachers threo years, with practice teaching. Dr. James McCollum, '71), attended u expects to move his photo gallery Very rarely a shooting star is as VI. Academy Course fouryoars, fitting for College, for business, and for life. bright as the moon, and really as wedding this fall at which he was the from Knox county to this locality. For those more advanced : VII. College Coursos Classical, Philosophical, und Literary. or even groom. Congratulations! Mrs. McDr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill, N. Y., largo as a bushel baskot, pieces of a Adjunct Departments s VIII. Musio Heed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. it In that case, wagon-bed- . Collum is also a physician. IX. ISeroa General Hospital Two yoars courso in tho caro of the sick. says, "I heartily recommend One Min- are sure to fall to the irrouud. Wheu Miss Minuio Stow, whom many will ute Cough Curo. It gave suy wife E. G. Dodge, of Borea, waaiu Europe, institution. Its instruction is a Berea places the best education iu reach of all. It la not a mouoy-makinremember, spout her summer vacation immediate reliof iu suffocating Asth- he saw in tho Vienna Museum a sec- free gift. It aims to help those who value education aud will help themselves, and charges a small incidoutal foe at Salt Lako City. ma." Pleasant to take. Never fails tion of an iron stone which had fallou to snoot expenses of tho school apart from instruction. Students must also par for their board. Expensed for term Co., Miss Mary Pearl, a former student, to quickly cure all coughs, colds, at Eagle Station, Carroll way Ky., (12 weeks) may be brought within $21, ubout half of which must be paid in auvauce. across and had boon sent all that Tho school is endorsed by Oaptists, Congregatioualista, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of has returned to Beroa, and is doing lung and throat troubles, the ocoau to bo shown as u curiosity nil denominations. For information or friendly advice addreit the housework at W. D. Caudoe's. among others of tho same kind. 8. E. Welch. Jr. (Ji:o. T. FAIKOIIILD, LL. D., Berea, Madison Co., Ky. NomlT I.) The Counties. Copy (or IliU A fill-to- r Letter from Silc. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE miel rrnch tlic THE THE County. . itr so-so- w' scuti-metita- l. f 1 I egg-shel- ' I ' I eye-glass- 's - ' lamp-lighte- J 1 County. - e brush-burnin- g I Jtt do-pa- rt Madison County. I i Don't Hiss It at i i iu-- ,i, County. e X I iKpia Hkk i' BEREA COLLEGE DEPARTMENTS: stock-raisin- 50 g Vice-Irettde-