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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 22, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899112201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 22, 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, VOL. I. 1000. The Citizen. DeTOted to the AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Tear NO. 23. Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. IJKHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER TA, 1899. The Citizen T. I'ublUlird Locals and Personals. Pros, Front in iu Boston. 0. PASCO, Don't minn tho Meigs nintern, 25. Nov-etnli- A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine KlliroH ati.l MANAOKIt. "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable l lltr iifllce nl Till: OITIKKN, W-o- llorea, Ky. at ttemuh tho jowelor, is A. Hobinnon, bringing ou n nice stock of new goods. T. Don't forget to read our fourth page. Wo try to make it as good as any. Removal Sale Minn Ethol Putnam has returned In ordor to avoid moving as much to npwnd tho winter. Sho in stopping ponnible, which would of our stock an Hanson';. bo considerably (Inninged in tho mov-Ibi- at Mrs. the Student' Job Print will hoII Hev. H. J. Derthick wan recently nuy of it itock called to Clovolaud, O., to tho death' Ihx1 ok in father. ABSOLUTELY AT COST. Thin included canbboards, scnitcli-pnxtJohn Hichardnon, whose health writing pnjmr In all nhapes, some time ago wna very feeble, in 'tiYt)loKvi, cut card., tag, blotting now much improved. pax;r, etc., etc. Thin in a rare chanco Mrs. Beagles, from Indiaun, with to lay iu a good ntock for yotirsulf and Hocuro Xniiin presents that her d might or, Miss Bertie, is visiting will Iki appreciated for jour friwndaat her sister, Mm. Lester. a vory low price. Hev. Win. Lodwick occupied tho Will D. Canpec, Collrgo Printer. pulpit iu the Union church Sunday. Our fellow citizeu, Hev. Geo. Ames, IDEAS. preached on the preceding Sabbath. A man who dotWt nad might an Tho Tuesday lecture this week was woll hnvo uo eyes. by Tutor White. We regret that we "Ho that hnth tradu hath a must go to press so early that we cannot give extended notice of a lecture No ninn i lit to bo married till he until the week after it occurs. han laid up II th hundred dollar. Mr. Alfred Hart, of Conway, son of No girl ii lit to lx married till nhe Berea'n early treasurer, died at his can cut nud make n gown and cook a home Friday. Mrs. Susie Hart Ken- good dinner. ney, of N. Y., onco music teacher aU Lt every one got ready to celobrate Berea, was present during her brothThanloigiviiig as heartily un the er's last bourn. Fathom did. The Tuesday lecture of last week, II in a good thing to talk over your by Miss Josephine A. Hobiusnn was diwirtvt and hojwn aud plana with the universally enjoyed. She guvo us a Lord. vivid description of her summer's trip Be good to tho old folks you won't ou tho great lakes. More citizens always havo them. should learn to take advantage of these college lectures. Knttrnt at tht nl Bma, Ky datt maltmatltr. Stylish Made WK are prepared to cloth you wild the all woolClothlliKlnAmfrln. IlUMIrmade. a. It It OLOTHI1TG-Lowet 1 rlrH, rlghtlr made, ahwltitcly ol famom "Vital." Braml s, r, Clothing Tailorel on t atrictljr wlrntlflc bauli In floan, well the only rnu!rto-Wf- r berau the Inahle. tbe ventllatiil wotkrooma. Terlect MllliE aiM wtr ex"Vltalu, the very life of the trarnicnt, l rarefulne- in making, TTpit)t the to the tailoring areii In penditure of time and thought, and la a decide! omlral Clothing. The Fabrlca that we how are the ve rjr lif wet r ordinary dealgnt thai will he area thin aeawn. Many lounned exflualvely to u. In tke face of la, that wc the alaire fait. The mint eitraonllnary feature comblnlm our great offer our Clolhlnit at ran and do Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Wot Main St RICH MOND, KY dt LESS MONEY high-grad- e Clothing lor lca money Than clnh're. Ilow ran we flVnl to aell audi l pure and nlmple; dura l a moileni Hore, cointrncted than elwwhervT Our plans our rlolhliigla mid on the amallot manrln of profit, atrictly on pngn-"ldepending ou large volume or bu.lmn". The more Clothing we aril, the irreater our piirrlisalng power the lower our prlcea. thal a the atory In a nutshell. The Berea Monumental Co. Tht rttult of goal icork and reasonable prices is lhat ue now have customers in all parts of the State When'you want COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND A Anything in the monumental line Let us know and ire will send you designs and prices - KENTUCKY ... , Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. ." I'il-gri- Bible Dictionary for 35 cenf tlexiblo covered Bibles from 50 cents Aproproa cf tho discussion coiiorru-iu- g up, Oxford S. S. Teacher's Biblen a color liuo in colleges, I should very cheap may 1h taught of W. P. like to add n few wonln alioiit tho Chapman. Give him your order condition of ono of thu ntate univend-ties- . promptly if you wish a valuable In this institution a colored Christman prosent for your friend. stiidout was for two or three yeant a A. McLean, secretary of the Foreign meinlxr of the football team, aud wan Christian Missionary Society, and ono n general favorite among tho athlete of tho university, lieing universally of the world's great missionary lendadmind for hin geutlenunly conduct ers, has been in our midst. Ho spoke and excellent plnyiug. Another cob at tho Glade church Saturday night, ored man In tho aamo institution led in tho Christian church at Berea hin classmate in innttora intellectual, Sunday morning, and in the College and ou graduation stood so near the Chapel Sunday night. head of hin clans iu scholarship that ho Wo Ix'gin this week the story of wan unanimously elected to member- "Halph Ringwood," condensed from ship iu tho Phi Betu Kappa Society. tho writings of Washington Irving. Charles Dundy Wilson. The author has given us the Tub UNivcaniTT or Iowa, Iowa Citt. pioneer'H own words as ho related hin story to him. "Ralph Hitigwood'a" New Yell. real name wus Duval, aud iu later life Since tho last Iksuo the Citizen han he became governor of Florida. learned tho now Col leg yell. Hero The Grand Army Post hold a camp it is: Ore, Saturday, to which tho public wan Kippol Kirol Bumbo! Sirol envited. The commander, Hobt. Kumbo! Kiro! Kipjx)! Baugh, and Mr. J. B. Lucas gave Hirol Giro! Kahl Hah! Hah! reminiscences of tho battlo of RichKum bo! Kiro! ! mond, Ky. Comrade Jas. M. Gab-beand Major Webster followed K 12 12 1 A KICKING. with chapters from their army experirn. Ii pretty abort ence. Keep A Be-rc-- a rt l()-ou- Colored Htudeuti In State Uul-vernltl- Taint a'klrkln', im um to rl and anort, K'np a'kldln'. Hli rent rolloii make, onr blur, 'N'lall)r ieu your balea are few, Hut ilon'l dive U; Ibat won't do; Keep a'klikin'. It you're 1" your lurk in tlchi, Keep a'klikin'. Ilimrt loll Hill live you )et. Keep a'klrkln'. Ixita ol folk, were Ju.t IILe you, Hut by pluck they l.u.tcl thrtmili. Ami limy "got ibrrH," uliyiaii't )ou? Keep a'llillii'. It )uur IHiipUmxi May Ih'IiIiuI yuii, Ki'rpH'klcklli', Xmionl th. m will line ilny mlii.l )ou, Nlir The shooting stars which we advertised iu our last issue may have shot or may not, so far as wo are concerned, for our sky was nil covered with clouds. To some of us this was a great disapoiutmeut. Some of tho college boys got off a good joke in place of tho stars. Arousing tho neighlmrs at midnight they proceeded to shoot off some extra fine. Roman candles. Ktepa'Mt'kln'. Nary man ru ulwr wad. pill '(Vpt he made H Mllll (Ml m Kfepn'LkMn'. I J Hp KTH'K', Man uikI aia)il. Uiilil Further Notice Subscribers to lih grief tt'liiiruln" Kwi n'klt kin. Can't klarl eVeu wlieeC. u'turulu"' " KeepH'kie.Ill'. Ilyand l.y 'Inlllnimeult rtubt, .Sha.lim.Kimc, tbe day all brliilit. Ami your ilatLun turned to IIkIiI, our heart THE CITIZEN nmy got ulso S5 The Toledo Blade or Kivpa'khklu'. H. U Smith, lutlw 0.U.( ;Mpi lt.lmt. ii The Louisville Commercial A Good Farm For Sale. For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. I will sell privately my farm, containing sixty ono acres, lyiug two miles houth-wos- t of Berea. Dwelling house of nix rooms, good baru aud other out buildings, aud well. Fiiio orchard aud choice fruit. For further information call on or addrotta, L. 0. Duncan, Borea Kv. ! Don't Miss It Gome at Once I come All ?. throughHiibscriptious must Thk Citizen. J Au' then Bill, he wanted to say ho says, "What if they did think I'm n su'thin', so Deab Citizen: Don't pass 'em, SiloT We couldn't stand it, goiu' to write ye always aliout that an' we wouldu't havo to stand it, sume election busitiess, 'cause there's nuther. Them three quarters cu'd n heap o thiugs to think alwut in take ther Winchesters au' lick out this 'ere world, an' I alwnys did like the one quarter, I reckon." to think when I was rouud a doin' "Yes, of course," says I, "but that light work. But I do wnut to tell Inst last 'ud n n revolution, an' that's a ye how I done Bill Saunders up resort when everything elso has gone Saturday. ' Now looky hero, wrong au' failed. I'd been u telliu' John Harrison jJolm an' Bill both," says I; "when about this "proportional representaeverylxxly is represented neeordin' to tion," an' ho went in for it, head over 'his real strength nn' importance, Ia heels, if ho in a democrat an' things nre balanced up oven, an' Yes, ho ngreed with me, I there ain't no danger of a revolution, he did. He's irot more sense than with a law fixed so as 20 per creek,(unless it's me, but auybody on our cent o' tho voters might bo scattered an' I nevor talk about myself.) But so as to the other"! percent, Bill Saunders stood by a listenin', an' there's dnuger of a revolution tome he's o' that kind as can't see nothin' timr. "Of course," says I, lookin' in tho world but the tail o' the rooststraight at Bill, "I'm talkiu' now about er, nu' he broke right in an' says: citi intelligent un good "What'H the matter with yo, John? zens. Horses can t vote, says I, "but We DemocrntH nllers git our share in there ain't no likelihood o' them re- tho legisfdtiiro, tnko the hull state to- bellin' an' breakiu' up the govern gether,--n heap more'n we'd git with ment. Idiots an' lunatics can't vote this new rinkttim o' your'n, I'm mast neither, au' I don't think it 'ud bo much afeard. What do ye want with any- harm if they who cau't react an' can't thing letter!" mark their own ballots wns relieved "'Taiu't that," says Johu. "All we o' tho right o' votin'." want is fair play. But I do want to Then Bill got mad as a rattlesnake, f. have a share in my party's do'tu's for he's the only man on our creek True enough, there's men of past forty who can't read and write, our party in other counties what nro an' he kuowed it; un' he always able to elect their own men, an' then bragged as how readin' an' cypheriu' those men do their best to represent didn't hoo no corn, an' he knowed them fellers an' us, too, a hard job, it; an' I was election clerk, an' had I'm a thinkin', but here inthis coun- to mark his ballot for him, au' ho ty I've beeu a votin' for twenty odd knowed that, too. years. in' it's all like votin' into a So Bill, he went off an' talked the hole. When I was visitin in Frank- sassiest kind about me, but I didn't fort I wanted to find a man that was care a speck, an' you wouldn't, Mr. my representative, an' I couldn't find Citizen, would you, if you d a been him nowhere." iu my placot Yours truthfully, An' then I broke iu. "John," says Silas Shingles. I, "you've told the truth, but you hain't told it all. Just supxse, for The Lyceum Course. it's a close year, you know, just be Xino years ago Prof. L. V. Dodge n uj)mfintj I say, that we Republi- startoda lycetim lecture oourso for cans had I UK) majority in the Stato, tho benefit of the citizens and for the an' that this was evenly divided, 10 students. He has maintained this majority in each county of the 119. ever since, at great lalwr and through Then where'd we be, an' whore'd you munv discouragements. For several be!" years tho course was run at a loss, but "Gracious sakes, Silo," says he, last year it paid its way and redeemed "you'd havo the whole one hundred part of the previous losses. V e hope members iu the legislature, an' wo that this year we may all patrouize wouldn't hnvo a blamed nianl" the lectures us faithfully ns we did "But here's another jwssibilitude," last year. We got used to having those excelsays 1. "Suppose, just tuppose now, that n crauky an' mean new party lent eutcrtaiiimeuts in our midst, aud should start up, uu' try to cut our often fail to appreciate them at their country schools down to throe months full worth. If a lecture is not quite ngaiu, or to take all our tempurance so fine as the ono before it, or as whut laws away, Au' supposo half the the same man gave us lust year, we men iu half the comities went in for it, are apt to criticise it severely. But while the other counties were chuck the poorest lecture that has ever apfull of men who were dead agiii.it. peared iu tho course was well worth Then quarter of our people 'ml lie the time it took to attend it. Aud as for it, an three quartern 'ml be agin for the admission fee, what do wu make money for, auywayt Is it not it, wouldn't they, Bill!" "Hidf of it half is u qtinrter," saja to feed our minds and warm our John; but Bill was still a ligurin', for hearts, as well as to food uud clothe he didn't know nothin' nlxmt Arith- and warm our bodieat This year's course opoim uext Satmetic. But 1 went right on au' said: "Just seo what 'ltd happen. Only urday with tho Meigs Misters, one of it quarter o' the Stato 'ud bo for it, thu very finest Indies quartets iu tho but that quarter 'ud hold the power world. Barely indeed do they rein half tho counties, an' if they had a ceive less than 1100 n night, and ofteu fow votes extra to tip the beam, more. Such u musical treat U somethey'd put CO or maybe 51 inon iu the thing absolutely now iu our midst, legislature, au' pass thoir mean old aud will long bo regretted by any who may chauce to miss it. lawa iu spite of us all I" Letter from Silc. At prices to suit the times. JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Uvyi ' Berea, Ky. Id m r l,Alli"Ll 3lfll1U MAblnl "J IfBM.U. 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Oilcan opportunity for observing, If only for a gate, Irlnj open against the mottled frees as I paso-- d the (trim gates from sihleh my twinkling, saw his opponent wss my friend, and gray high ground of the Avenfme, that ancestors held the road as ftr ss the river, the slum monk. He, however, hsd as old hill, covered with straggling and unml almost held Home itsslf. T. 0. rASCO, Editor and Manner. quick an c)o, and. taking In the situstlon, kempt vineyards, and studded with the Aa we went past the Island, I did not charge at Jacopo, snd ss walls ot monasteries, I was moved more even made a sudden bered raise my hesd to see the Thester ot 1IF.REA, suddenly wheeling his horse to the left, than 1 can tell, for I waa about to res lire Msrcellus, within which Isy another and KKVTUCKY W Uxm this from tiptrUnct fa rv-fr- ji The llfs that love forgot. shot past him and flsd on shesd, leaving us a dream of my life, and put my font one tbt oldest of our family houses, luring come dtptrtmtnt of lift. GooJ clothes If he should ask to know thy place of dwell masters of the situation. i , place of my birth, a spot not to us through Pierleone towards the clos again in the ma-h most food And tht tht long-ts- t. "Are you hurt, excellency!" called out only bound to me by that tie. but sacred of the eleventh century. GooJ Gcxator Clark, of Montana, will nutri' thus What shall my answer be? mtnt. GooJ medklni, Hood's Srs-p- i with the hundred legends of my forefa Jscopo was for going straight on past ths build a splendid summer rcsid rfc In 'Jive him tli ring of told from off my jacopo. in the least. How are you?" "Not rilla. Is tht test tndchttptst, btctuu nnirer, thers history, men who hsd for centuries monastery of ths Aracoeli, on the Capitol; Hawaii. Ha lias larpe InrvVinciil "Nothing but a scratch, eicellency, which played so great a psrt in its fste, until our but, unluckily, I discovered thst my horse dive It him atlentlyt It cvrts. Absolutely CURES, ahtn aU there and says the ellmato Is CoA for I received from his reverence, who, with others fill. Pemembtr But If. as with a stranger, he still qusstlons, all his monkish cowl, wields a good weapon," bouse waa cast forth by the mother city, bad cast a shoe, and this was s matter not a summer home. to wander as exiles over the land. It Is to be neglected. So w turned to the right nay wnai men snail I aoT "Well, jump down and let us see who our true that since ths days of my childhood very gently, as and entered the CainjK) Vaccino, formerly It has been found that an apparatus Speak to him he sutlers, tool a slater. trends are, but first let us look at your I had not seen Home, It Is true thst such the Forum of Home. It Wing now sunsei, refinance killing animals with chloroform In lor wound." memories of it as I hsd were dim and misty, rm were collected hundreds of oirn anil England would not work In India, be- Ani? If he ask why silent and deserted "It is really nothing, as I said, signore," sod tbst to recall them was like trying to luffsloes, snd from the height of Monte Tne halls so bright before? cause tha high temperature prevented and Jscopo sprang lightly to earth. I did bring bsck before one's eyes, when awake, we could bear tbe bleating oi toe tne concentration of the chloroform Answer no word, but show the lamp ex nut, however, listen to him, and taking the ragne but pleaaant visions of a delight- Caprino goats which vers psstured thereherds of iinguiiineu, from him Ins (lint and steel, lighted a piece ful dream: nevertheless my heart filled on, and the tinkling of their bells aa they sapor, was tno enmc was mis The widely opened door. Perfect Confidence. of dry wood, which I converted into a torch. with a strsnge Joy, and my pulse began to moved slowly down towards their shelter proved by tho fact that by placing lea Terfrct confidence Is desirable between lest, more rapidly, aaescb stride oi my horse for the night. A hundred fires were blsiiag couples engsged to be msrried, but It la not In the vox the animals were readily And hour perchanee, he ask of thst last With the aid of this and the moonlight. beat I examined Jacopo'a wound, which slier brought me nesrer borne. In short. I wss cheerfully, snd served to dissipate tne diui slwsys thst tbe young wonjsn list as fine KlllCd. TVhat mrsssce must I keen? all wss but slight, and hsd just bandsged a Romsn come back to Home, snd in these establish t tadlda In his face, and say I parted smiling! Binlle riDor which bessn to hsng over the plsre, an opportunity totowhom a wealthy bachelor up with my kerchief, when I becsme words sum up my feelings. it Mns. JounritT Is rather nn cducai d Tes, smile lest he should weenl Round these fires were groups of eop!e, had beenbelle, paying assiduous '.Mention. Aflsr aware that the msn whom Jscopo hsd rid- Austin South, In Sydney Bulletin. Filled with such thoughts. I tightened the mostly countrymen, wbo seemed In tho best woman for a Hoer ttouw and as a plrl worrying her a good deal about how many dm over had risen on his lands and s i s (J va us ! sv of spirits, ss tbey listened to songs. Of young men had been in love with her, and was remarkable for her musical nero.u- uutvu.ivuai knees, and was crawling off In the brush doubtless upset by his voysge. and the hard watched numbers of thsir party, who danced how many she bsd been sttsrhrd to, he sue is Known to Have piisnmcni. wood. going from Ostia, very willingly alatkened merrily to tune of a pipe. Hard by were iked ber to msrry him, adding: possessed one of the first pianos ever "Steady, friend," I said, and running up bis pare to a walk. Jacopo, as in duty bound, a number thesheds, used by mechsnirs, snd "Now let thtre be Perfect confidence beof aeen In l'rctoria. She, like her friend. to him, gnre him a prick with my sword aa followed luy exsmple. and immediately be ths blate. which showed a forge in work. tween us. Keep nothing concealed from Mrs. Kruger, revels In domesticity and a hint to stop. lie made a little outcry, gan to buzs into speech. soon attracting our attention, we made at." the once boasted that she had ohv.ivs but had the good sense to take the hint, In t abort time we come opposite the there st once, snd had the horse attended to. us "Certainly," replied nts: giddy girl: "let snd, lumping have no ronrralmt and casting the light of the torch on his Monte Tcstaccio, that curious mound made cooked her husband's Sunday dinner. Whilst the smith wss besting out a shoe, up, tht iDstchtd ths wig he wore from his face I recognized my old acquaintance, the I sat down on a rough bench, my horse be bead snd danrtd srsund tht room with it. ancient Ilrico. Ggonoic Wtndiiah, tho under secre ing fsstened to a wooden post, and Jacopo Philsdilphia Ricord. "So, signore, I said, "1 hare again to tary of state for war In Great llritaln. holding his nsg by the bridle psced up and be thankful to you." though only 3.1 years old. has been in down, occasionally stamping his feet on the To Lot Irs and Sontksra CaliJacopo, too, came up and rcccgniied the fornia. ground to free tbem, as he said, from the parliament several years and has won man at a glance. Kvery Friday night, at I0:.V p. m., a In other words, he was suffering ants. a reputation as a strong debater. Ho "Cappita!" he burst out, "but it is ths Copyright. iSoj. by D. Appleton & Co. through Tourist Car for Los Angeles tad sliahtlv from crsmo. To my right wss entered the army In hls'twenticth year ancient Unco! Shall 1 beat his brains out, All rights rtierveJ. Southern California, leaves ths Chicsgo, Is res crowd, evidently enroling a show o and saw Hard scrvlco In Africa. He excellency r jugglery, and from their cries of wonder Milwsukes A St. Psul lUilwsr Union hss alto found time to edit an edition Mercy, most noble cavalier, exclaimed Station, Chicago, via Omaha, ColCHAPTER XII. Coxtisced. ment and pleasure they seemed to be nv Springs and City, for all of "Plutarch," as well as a volume of ing their money's worth. So I rose and el orado In Colorado, Salt Lake 'Quick, Jacopo follow me." and dririna Ilrico, "I yield me to ransom. Utah, Nevada and Calpoiati called out Jacopo. "Ilinwra forsooth I" bhakspeare's poems. my spurs home, the good horso plunged liowed my way to a gooJ place, unfortunate ifornia. "such ransom as a noose will give you. Pre ly only in tim to see the end ol the anair. topping the bank almost on the in- pare to In sddition to ths regular Pull mi n pordie. It Is a common experience among stant that the who rushed Tbe Juggler was robed in a doctor's gown. ter, esch csr is sccompsnled by sn intelli"be quiet, Jacopo, I aaid, "the ancient mountain climbers to And butterflies out with a shout, rtsuhed it. The msn to snd after performing a trick he distributed gent, competent and courteous "courier," lying frozen on the snow and so brit- the left. w ho was riding a white horse. Dulled has yielded to ransom, and we will leave nostrums for various silments, free of pay who will sttend to the wsnts of psssengrrs him to discuss tho terms with the moon. feature ment. Imsilns my surprise in recognizing tn route. This is sn entirely new sppreci-atetle that they break unless they are up in an unaccountable manner, and mak Fetch mo the bridle from my poor horse of tourist rsr service snd will be in him no other thsn Mathrw Corte; and as rsry carefully handled. Such frozen ing a point at the one on my sword side. I jondcr, and bind this knave firmly." by families or by ladles traveling I came up be placed a tambourine in his lit alone. Particular sttention is paid to the butterflies, on being taken to a warm' ran him through the throat, my blade twistJacopo needed no second bidding, and in tie dos's mouth, and bade him carry II rare of children, who usually get weary on a er climate, recover themselves and fly ing him clean round in the saddle aa I fire minutes the ancient, securely bound, round for subscriptions. Colnxrs were free long journey. away. Six specie's of butterflies havo dished on. The attacking party, coming was sitting like a trussed fowl in the mid- - As ths Uttls saUssf stord bsfkrs sis I dmi ly flung in, and aa the little animal stoppe Thus tourist ears art sleeping esrs supwere la a Son a. een found within a few hundred at a great pace, slope carried by their dlo of the road, alternately cursing snd plied accessories horses down the into the stream, and weeping. oeiore roe I urnppey in a iionn snu nwuirj mske with sll tbtcomfortable necesssry to miles of the north pole. snd nlessant, ths journey 1 rsught Corte's before they could turn I had earned a fair river, to pat ita head. As I rose Perhaps, excellency, we had better look of old pottery, which lies towards the so he knew me, but ss he insds and the berth rate (each berth will accomeye, and saw en Itart, and to my joy heard Jacopo awcaring at the other," and Jacopo pointed to the southwest of the Ostian gste. and modate two persona) is only V3.00 from ChiCo.MtDr.nATE veterans of New Or as he galloped behind me. grossed were we In our talk thst we did no sign I staved quiet. Collecting his money. csgo to California. Ask tht nearest ticket man whom he had shot, who lay on his leans are planning to purchase lleauior. a large party Jlaldetto! I could not fire, signore you both tbe doctor bowed his thsnks aud began stent for a tourist csr folder, or sddresaOeo. I'erchance, be added, he, too, not observe an escort ot of riders of com- packing mi tbe instruments of his trsde, fare. Jefferson Davis's Mississippi home, for were rin lit in of inc but here roes.' sexes, with It. Hesfford, General Pass, and Ticket turn out an old aa industrial farm for lie turned luck in bis saddle, and would might did so, und as weacquaintance." I saw ing st a hand gallop from our right, straight went bark to my seat and watched the smith Agent, Chicago, 111. e bent over him in our direction. attention wss how at work on my horse, thinking that soldiers who are still able to do light bare let OS his piece had I not shouU-it was Ilemabo Ceci gone to his last ac ever sharply drawnOur the fact by the cry must hare somehow come into funds. Lena A man's farorite ioke is that ht is rtlated to no organization has received out: woric to the chnrch by marriage. Atchison fly this time tbe blacksmith hsd completed you." and for count. He was mshot through the heart, and of an equerry who was riding well in ad Hold! hold! till I tell aa intimation that Sirs. Davis desires, lay quite dead, ith a frown on his forehead. tunately he heard my wonts, or the chances his task, and we delayed no longer, but went Globe. the snd to sell the property, that she may In were and his teeth clenched in the death agonr. vance ofroad I others,road I this msn shouted? off at once. It waa fortunate that Jacopo there would have been Way for his holi "The The There is one thlm worse thsn not hsrinsr vest in real estate In liew Orleans and no opportunity of reloading. a miss with I looked at rum in a sad silence, which Ja anew Rons aa he did, or we might bare been sntthing good lo rsl, snd thst is to hsve it ness! Way! Wayl" make that city her home. co!k broke. e gained a full hundred yards before We drew off at once to the side, Jscopo hopelessly lost in the labyrinth of streets, and not be able to rat it. Ledger Monthly. I never knew a bullet to dismounting and sinking to his knees, I some of them in totsl ruin, some of there the others recovered themselves, coming Pbcsidext KnuoKit, who has been after us with yells of anger, and I distinctly fail, excellency. He is stone dead." like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Hsle's entirely uninhabited, for at the time to upon a cold. 'May he rest in peace," 1 answered: "he however coutented myself with uncovering, Honsr of Horehound wedded twice, chose both his wlvis heard Ceci's voice: and watching with no little astonishment hideous waa the misgorernment ot the city Pike's Toot bitlm Dropssnd Tsr one minute. Cure in although my enemy." a from the Du P.essis family, which is "Two hundred crowns for them, dead or wasHo brave nun, the party aa they came up, They were evi- tbst all who could do so hsd fled from enough now, your worship is still dently returning from hawking, and at the Rome, snd those who remained coul I not not only one of tho oldest in South alive!" Ths well resd man Isn't slwsvs tht nlak see! grating Now commenced a race for life. We had andwill doThere n his liorcreplace quietly. head of the column of riders were two men bare exceeded 30,000 in number, of whom ot perfection Africa (its founder having gone to the Chicsgo Dtlly News. excellently to It the lost in full Turkish costume. at least 10,001), men and women, were Itcings Cape In the seventeenth century), but the start and meant to keep it: hut their one. "Who ate those Turks!" I asked Jacopo. who hsd lost all claim to tbe respect of man the family to which Richelieu be- horses were the fresher, and it liccamc a He ran forward and secured the animal. KIDNEY DISEASE, longed. Mr. Krujer by his first mar- - mere question of who could last longest. whilst I had a final look at my dead licast and tha knave, still kneeling, and holding kind, and were capable of almost any crime, We made pace we bis hands up In supplication, answered hur These are hard words, but true, nor, indeed. Msgs had one child, who died rounc. the hope the if we as hot asclose could. In His nevk was broken, and there was an riedly: hare I ever seen a place where all that i came to quarters end of him. that Dy bis second wife he had 10 children. Whilst Jacopo at my request bad was so shamelessly exposed as in Rome Caused by Internsil Catarrh, again some of our pursuers would have Una is the boldam Diem, excellency was chsnging the saddles, I stirred up the ills grandchildren umber 104. O, Lord, I trust we may not be banged as when Hodengo llorgia was At length tailed behind. For a little time things went Promptly Cured by ancient, who had lapsed into silence, and an afternoon a amusement we reached the Strangers' Quarters, but well, and 1 was beginning to think we Pe-ru-- na sWccd the faror of his informing me to fslr one, eld Alexander VI.ths othsr, the Jacopo'a hostel waa not to be found, and, In London and Paris some very fash- - should be able to show our friends a clean himself O whom I wss indebted for the excitement of loaaula weddings havu recently taken pair of heels, when I suddenly felt my horse the night. Ilrico st first would not answer. Lord! Wbsl cursed luck! Kneel, excel after sesrebing for it in vsin, we were conHon. J. II Caldwell, a Prominent mem lency; it is our only chance." tent to pull up before the door of a small Ian ber of tht Louisiana riiatt Lrcpsiature, ssys piace at 4 o'closk In the afternoon. puffing, stretching his "neck forwaid and but an inch removed his I replied, and remembered at built on tbe lower slope of Monte Plncio, Three of the most fashionable brides holding on to the bit, in a manner which and he told of steelthat I bcliere sulkinesa, tht following in regard ta Pe ru na for ca he knew. oncerush!" the brother of Kajazet, me from S. Trinila do MonU, left no doubt to my mind that be was done, which waa to all effect the Great barely a bow-shthat In ftew York have had no bridesmaids. the that he and some Turk, was a hostage In Rome, practically the church erected by Charles of France in urrn: Jacopo, too, called out: Perhaps this was duo to the fact that others had been hired by a great Floren a prisoner in the hsnds of Alexander, a H93, and a little beyond the convent of the better there were do bridesmaids at the wed- - my We had blown. fight it out. excellency tine called Strozxi, to step me at all bar legacy be had inherited from the Cibo, and Damea du Sacre Coeur. I cannot say that horse is lng of Miss Julia Dent Grant and my journey to Home, and that the ii waa an inviting-lookinbrought him 40,000 ducats annally. Before giving a final answer, I slung round ards on Prince Cantacuzene. There is as much in the ssddle to see bow the enemy were get' party was commanded by Ceci, who wss to which understand Diem in eastern costume. the hostel little better than one of place; fact, it waa tbe cea I could fashion In bridesmaids as there is la ting on. ibe only two who were at our pa) them 200 crowns for their trouble. Mot e but the pope masquerading in broad day- tnon oaterie or wineshops with which Roma floral decorations, and the cut and heels was the man mounted on the white he evidently did not know, and, disregard light as a Moor! It was aa wonderful as abounded; but it was too late to pick and shape of the wedding gown. horse, who had pulled aside In so strange ing all his entreaties to loosen him. ne rode it was disgusting to me. And then the re choose, and for the night, at lesst, I detera manner when charging me, and another, off, wishing him a good night. Neverthe membrance of Corte's daughter came to my mined to stay here. Our first duty waa to less I am Boltox Stafford IIiiid, the new pre whom 1 could not make out The rest were comfort. afraid he suffered considerable dis mind, and aa tbey approached, I could hard- attend to the horses, which we had stabled ly refrain from making a dash to rid the in stalls, immediately below the room to be mier oi lasman la, presents the rare well behind, but riding hard. We could "Thst rascal monk," aaid Jacopo, as we sight of a congregationallst clergyman probably account for these two, and turn' jogged along, "has gone on ahead of us. and world of the monster who sat in St. Peter's occupied by me, Jacopo having to put up with lodgings In the stables for the nlgbt. chair. at the head of a Iirltlsh colony. Fifty- - ing back I shouted to Jacopo: perhaps, will rouse the counWhen they had gone. Jacopo arose from After the beasts had been fed and groomed, All right: hgut It out." nine years old and a native of try in sdvsnce of us." bis knees, snd dusting tbem with his hands I set myself to a plain dinner, washed down As ssid stumbled England, he settled in rolled I clean this my horsehimself on and "Never fear, Jacopo," I answered, "he is whilst up st me. said: ' Corpo di with the contents of a mezzo over, killing Hobart in 18T9, as a minister of that spot, but fortunately throwing me clearthe no monk, ss I well know, and his only Ilaccol be looked Dot I gave up all for lost. I row a fiasco ot Fraseati. Jacopo waited on me. of elty'a leading congregationallstchurch. chance was to escape as he did. He will candle to St. Mary of I forget where but ! and when I was done contentedly devoures him and without doing any damage to me, Three years later he entered parlia I had just time to scramble to my feet, when hark back soon enough to Florence. Such to the shrine nearest to the place ws dine. the remainder of the manio or boiled beef. ment and later became colonial treas the two foremost of our pursuers were upon hawks aa he do not fly far from their for this lucky escape. and cooled his throat with a bottle of Ma' eyries." urer. He has represented Tasmania us. "tome, sirrah I - I said, a little annoyed. rino, which I presented to him. proved to be right, and the And in this I TO CONTINUED. Jacopo had been carried some yards ou br in two Australian federal contentions. "mount. 1 here nercr was any danger. Very well, your worship!" and Jacopo the speed of his mount, but as the men came library scribe waa never seen by mesgsin. So we kept to our wsy, deciding to rest Ladies who go shopping havo little up he turned snsrp round in his saddle and by day on the banks of the Evola, to which drew a utile to the front, "mere tbey go," Alexander lh tirsat. fired. idsa oi the cost of their trip, even in of pain,The report was followed by a yell we came in the early morning. Here we he said, shading bis eyes with his bands. No alngta personality, excepilng tbe and the leading horseman fell: the and turning to the left, where a dun cloud of socn a minor oeiaii as the cost of pa concealed our horses In the forest which ether, who on the Via white horse, per lor the packages they have sent sheering off bestrode the Here he met again fringed the banks, and the tireless Jacopo, dust progress of delta Marmorata marked 'carpenter' aon of Nazareth, haa dona me. the with the llorgia. Hon. J. II. CsldwslL home. A Ilaltlmorean has recently Jacopo, who from coming back at a gallop. Iraving me to watch the cattle, proceeded signore," he continued, "is "The best war. to touch to make tbe worldof civiliza was orer the hill; tion we lire in what it ia as Alexander "I hsve. used Pe ru us for a number ol on foot to a smsll bsmlet he knew of, recompared the weight of paper with tha and, it seemed to lie, bung himself from we win get a view from there, and then ot Mncedon, He leveled the terrace years with tbe very best results for cafood supplied to the purchaser. In bis horse, doing thil in so clumsy a man' turning in about an hour with the materials passing by the places you wsnt to see, make tarrhal diseases. I shall never h without one day's purchases it Is said that tho ner as to be immediately ridden over by for a substantial meal, and a small skin of for a quiet hostel I know of in the Strangers' upon which European history built. it. I never fsil to recommend It when sn wine. Whatever lay within tbe range of his opportunity presents Itself." J. II. Caldpaper wrapping amounted to about 10 my knave. Uuarters. In this manner we continued our jour per cent of tho total In a list of sup him, we rode up theArentine. conquests contributed ita part to form well, Robeline, La, "Mount mount, excellency mount be hind rue I" and Jacopo steadied his horse. ney, halting by day and traveling by night. until we reached the old wail of Mervlus that Mediterranean civilization which, m tes uiaja, plies costing about 51.40 he found that and finally reached Leghorn in safety. Hero Tullius. Here we atopped to observe ths under IlomeV administration, became ter dated March 7tb, 1WM : "I have used the paper which was weighed with tho four bottles of Pe-r- na snd I am well of we took passage in a ship bound for Home; view, i o the west and southwest we could tha basis of L'uropcau life. What lay my catarrh, provisions cost ltjf cents. and it cured my llright's dis but were compelled to wait two days in see the green of the Cnmpsgna merging into beyond was ns If on another planet. ease, i had been troubled for two years. Leghorn, as the master wss not ready to the distant gray of the Human Maremma. Alexander checked his eastward mnrcb I Wriffh twenty rmiimU mnr, hn I .(i.l 1. j. he queen oi tne sail st once. At last, all things being ar- whilst beyond Belgians was blue line, below fore I wss taken sick. I shall never be brought up in her father's castle at ranged, we got our horses anil ourselves the flush oi thethat clear coming sunset, marked the at the Eutlej, and India and China were without Pe ru na." aboard, und put to sea with a fair wind Pesth amid surroundings and cuttoms left In a world of their own, with their bend for free catarrh book. Address Dr. sea. fleneslh us lay the and the Is The master of the ship had sailed with Isnd, the yellow water ot Tiberriver stirred own mechanisms for man and society, llartman, Columbus, O. which remind one of the feudal aires. the Messcr Columbus to the new world, and At night her father himself descended Into ripples by the breeze, and looking from their own theories! of God and tba lost no time in giving ua the history of his the great staircase to lock the outer the distance like hammered brass. Peyond adrenturea, which were in truth marvelous the liber rose Monte Gisnicoio, beyond world. Alexander's world, to which we gate and door of the principal hall beyond imagination. I listened with a which the top of the Vatican bill was just all belong, went on ita own veparate This hall was divided into two parts. way until, In these latter days, a new smooth fare, and the good man no doubt visible. To the north one end being raised a little above the thought that I believed his r' es. In this. shut in by the Palatinethe view was a little greed of conquest, begotten a comand the church of other. At tho elevated end the daughhowever, he was tnistak' evertheleM St. Prisca above us, and far off rose the mercial ambition, prornLsen at lost to ters of the houso sat at their needle they were diverting in the le. Jacopo cone of Sorattc. Northeast and east Isy the level tho barriers which through tho work or painting or music, while their waa overcome by the sic of the ses, Palatine, the Ksnuiline. with the campaniles centuries have stood aa monuments to attendants sat at the lower end of tha and flung himself down i'l corner on the of Santa Maria Maggiore and San Pietro the outmost stntlonsof theMacedonlan deck of tho ship from whicu pot nothing hall. in v incoli. Uver .Monte Coelio we could phalanx, and have divided the world would induce him to move. At every lurch see the heights of the Sabine hills, and runhe threw out a prayer which ended in a ning our eyes along the Appisn way, we of men In twain. Ilenjamin Ide WheelCoi.i.is I. Huntinotox, after a tight er, in Century. groan, and so great was bis distress tbst. could almost descry the Albsn lake, oi a has finally succeeded in the as he alterwards stated, lie would have sold mountains being distinctly visible. getting absolute control of the slnglo We ttna us his soul to Satan for a paul, If only to ob- stayed Knew Hnuglit of Taitratherers. gateway to ban Francisco and the lor a few moments drinking In ths tlrlll uivl tain an hour's relief. As for ine, I was well, view, and then going onwards, turned 2 Many and strange are the discoveries South California coast. He and his 'I having had some experience of the ocean be- northwest, past you Democrat's St. Prises, and began the which are occasionally made In the outfriends are now in complete possession ran talis tbrouf b tha threat. I fore, when employed by the most serene descent, by a winding way, held II Family Migazlns in by vine lying districts of the dominions of tha of the great Southern Pacific and Cenrepublic for service against the Turk, and Coining down V ISM W HvH tral Pacific systems, which, under tha put there was no time, and three of the re- found contentment in the master's stories, yards. three churches ofwo caught a glimpse - great white czar. Hut it Is somewhat of of the the Avcntine, nameTwo of the and give you two Vlan of reorganization recently suc maining horsemen dashed up. my siiitiial,. snd in pacing up and down watching such I., u - : a novelty thut on entire village should j If.-- :. t K. i, past tho body of horses shied u. u. things as came under my view. I had plenty Alessio, uuuiii, waa AiinubyarcniiDn snu oi. recently nave been uncovered or the ex-- 1 handsome pictures la cessfully accomplished, have become which held the aionastery of came boldly up, the one organization. Under tho terms of but the third engaged Jacopo. and could rider of opportunity for reflection on the ten colors, exact repro 1 St. Jerome, whose wslls rose hard at hand. Istence of which no one seems to lint ' immediately not and came to the conclusion thst on de A look to the right showed us the Circus had any idea. Deep lu the forests of tho this plan the great government debt of give my brave fellow any aid, for my time ductions of famous oil livering my letter to the cardinal at Home, Maximus, above which 3)l,oT3.715 was llquadated without any was fully occupied in dealing with my own towered a huge obe- Ural tha authorities have discovered u paintings. Tbey are 8 I would seek out Jlayard if ho were there. lisk surrounded by four lions. At length flourishing Ullage, the inhabitants ol aisiuruaure ot tne nnauclal world. adversaries. Their horses were too fresh, or lay my story before him, and beseech bis by 111 Inches. This offer we came to the icola dl San Sabina. and which speak n curious language of not well in hsnd, by great good luck, and help their to enable tne o recover myself. ol this great family magazine of the street rose the grsy own and seem to at the corner so they could not manage to came at me Tub gulllotlno Is just now homeless. form a sort of ideal At last, one fine day, wo reached Ostia, wans and square tower of the rsstle ot tbe la only good for 60 days. together. Seeing this, I made a dash across Some months ago the municipal coun commonwealth, In which taxes and and there disembarked, after bidding tho road into the wood it was but a few well to tho master, and Mt out on our fare bavelli. 1 drew rein, and looked at it with cil, in ouedlenco to the powerful interWrite to way among other troublesome ests of property owners, decreed that feet and both my adversaries followed, to Homo. Jacopo recovered his spirits as a bitter heart, .and a sigh I could not con- - things, nro unheard ot. This i DEMORLST'S MAGAZINE i .... 1 latter dewith tho result that the horse of one of lis foot touched laud, and though the rud public executions should no, longer spread Art Dtps rtmtst , the wind tbe silken folds of fect, however, Is now to be remedied. take place In the Square do la Uo- - them put bis foot in a rut, and, stumbling diness of his check bad paled a little, be and standardto of the Cbigi, who bore quar- K. Y. Sun. tbe forwards, unseated bis rider, and the other, was quito himselt-agt110 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY by the time we quette, but the choice of another place In aiming a cut at me, got his sword entered on their shield the star of the Savelli L crossed tho btagno di Ostia. Finally we and tha tree of De la Itovere. waa postponod for a time. It Is now tangled for a second in an overhang-InDeathless llerollon. It flaunted camo in full view of the Eternal city, and stated thil the authorities have on In all tbe insolent pomp of a new bough. 'Ibis second was, however, there, Kind Father My dear, if you want a IT TITft arssnestlr Cur4. NoorSlsorasrt s having pressed along house, whose money bags were full, and tbe .OousosMSfisrirrtidsv suss ur. anus their hinds an accumulation ot crimenough for me to give him six Inches of towards the afternoon, jaded horses brought aight of it was enough for me. Jacopo must good husband, marry Mr. Goodbeart. r.V li?."i!ill,J','f"2tl a good pace, inal, awaiting execution. The alder-lor-n .' ' iteel, and he pulled round snd rode off, at before the gsteour St. Paul. Pa.lt.U.KLlwji.Ud. 1'lalbotil.aniHf.tiiit ml Ar.UHL.I'liJt. p. He really and truly loves you. of us have caught the look on my face, for he said. are at a loss to know where tha dropping ' . .wor-'- , at"1 vl.'p from side Daughter Are you sure of that, paY kindly: ghastly machine may be erected. So to side m bis saddle lute a drunken man. Kind Father Yes, indeed. I've bees CHAPTER XIII. f- - every "W bo knows, excellency luck may turn." proposal of a new place has The man who bad fallen from the horse HOME. Well meant aa the words were, tbey borrowing money of him for tlx as nowhere to be seen. Indeed, I did sot met fierce opposition, from the citizen Kk for him. but rushed back to the as- At we rode up to tbe ruinous stretch of Jarred on me, and, without replying, I moved months, and still he keeps oomice. N ibis time, baring tk Uttered waL an 4 av before ua tie wj, ailestl raising my sword to tbe saluU, V. YekJjr. t.Ktuc of JaMpo, some day returning-- , unaii seen thre. knowing- - not 7 Tell him I waited till pals death remem I THE CITIZEN. FROM A FAR COUNTRY. That shall ar It he, " The Best is stn-lctAbt- Cheapest, ft vtr tst 3focd6 SaUafmilteA ,..t.....l...77rrrKr...t inn n s 1 An. d i cross-marke- po. straw-covere- hi, m, 25c. ilia l 5 life-tim- e, "ri,a jk. v 4nBl f 1,11 i, -- 1 . 12 A e, ,1.-- in g a4 5 Th THE BOERS STRATEGY rorohaeera Complained at aLek of On IB TAKEN AT HIS WORD. of the Uleraente Ihe Oil. Tht henUjr of terie end forceful speech Is ordinarily in advsntsge, but ecMilousl-- y man gets hoisted by hu own epigram. A hustling young New Yorker who recently cstabliehed in a branch of the oil business, hid set out to get the patreilge of a certiin firm. The head of tbt concern wi reiucuut to mike a change. "The oil we hive been getting U sot u&' satisfactory," said he, "end I fall to hi why we ihould mike a clungi. Ate then any estra inducements rou ran nAest Haw do rou propoie to improve on the old ouI- - ?u They Arc Rcpcatlnp; tho Tactics ,t Ladysmltli Adopted by Them at Dundee. EFfECT A SUIK0UN11N8 MOVEMENT. "In thlt way," wai the prompt mwtr, I propose to gire the business my nersanal attention. 1 Intend la lilil torn nf m hrslns Into every turret of oil we tend out." The rejoinder pleaied the old gentlemen, end he became t customer. A few months liter the husllinr rotin men, wee obliged to make a jaurnrr, and to his absence, through tome oversight, the 01 on wie allowed ta deteriorate, ?;uanty t waa nuleklr noted, and a letter uw as file in the olhe record i one of the protests. It reader "Gentlemen When we were induced to me your product we were that Mr. Wank put tome of bit braina Into eeery barrel of oil. We deeply regret to obienre that Mr, Wank la threatened witn pareaii. waenlngton Star. Irock It Bis. Henry A. Salter, Manager of the John A. Sailer Seed Co., La Croaie, Wis., alio President of the Idaho Gold Coin Mining and Milling Co., ta In luck. Thejr have recently struck a wonderful deposit of gold on their properties Ai u reault the atock of the (Jold Coin Co. hat doubled In value. Many of the patrona of the John A. Salter Seed Co. re ownera of Oold Coin Stock. The mlnci are located In the Seven Devil District, Idaho. Tra She lljrr Another British Armored Train Wag Wrecked and Most of Those on Hoard Killed or Captured. rilaaa of Osa. flatler afave TT Cbaagad-Klmaar- lay Hat 10 from Laaeeaeo Htta Ifkally aafarrUay, Jaebart atarlaa ntOat Marqaaa. Lcienoff, Not. 18. Misfortune stead-fastl- y purauea Dritlah employment of armored trains, the faeolnallon for which haa given the Boera their first and latest vletorlea. On thla last oc eaaton the llrltlah aeem to have walked Into a deliberate) trap, with the reBO sult that according to the beat account men are either killed, wounded or mlaalng--. to Natare junge. What a good picturel lie No, it un't. I waa not well, and I looked like an Idiot that mornlnr. Sin (intently studying Ihe photograph) Well, it looka exactly like you, anyway, feel it tnv dutv to write and let Ton know what your medicine, 'J Drop,' baa aone lor me. i nave nan rneumaium aiwui in yean, but was able to lx up moat of the lime, until a year ago lait May, when I wai taken down and not able to move about. About tlx week i ago I aaw your advertise-men- t and wrote for a aampfe bottle. After taking a few dotea, it did me o much geod that I ordered eorne more for myielf end menoa ana in every (ate it tin done won Dr. dera and given perfect eatlifietlea. Woodtifl, my family phyeician. who baa had 13 ) eari, it taking 5 Drops," ana rheumatism says it la the most efficient rbeumatle mid-icin- e he hta ever uecd, May 31. IS09." The above refera to "3 Dropt." a Perfect Jama Crow, "I Oscara-llle- , Ca., Sarat drrd romplaintt. The proprietore, Pwea-toIlbeumatie Co., 1M Uke St., Chicago. oner to tend a uc. sample Dome tor oaiy 10c. during the next 30 days. He sure to read tntir advertisement oi tan wrex. n Havr II Soanded. "My daughter'a music," sighed the moth er. 'tiaa ien a gTeal eipense. "Some 'Indeed returned the neighbor sued you, I suppose!" Boston iraveicr. lhMi IUIm ta AmousI of 1 aaakeariflag Day via lllg Wmmr. On November S9 and SO, tie popular Die Four itoato will soli tlcketa to a distance of liO mile from etartinr point at a rate oi fara for the round trio. Tickets will tie good unto and Including De- rcmtiar i, low. for tun iniorniatiou aa to tickets, rate and limits, call on Dig Four f r'. clnuati. arrow or narrra v. L.yncu, u r A., win' The IUchelor Defined. A Dallas mothct with Ave grown daughters defines a bachelor ae a "miserable coward who hat lott the opportunity of a lifetime." Dallas News. The Deal rre.rrlllan far Chltle and Ferer la a bottls of Grots' TasTKltat Cmu. Toxic. Hla simply Iron audnulnlnelo rnceauc aiaaieiestrorm, riocupe-nopa- y. Woree Tel. Bnirley They're a bad family. The fa lser piayt toe siock marxet ana tne son the races. think they were virtnee if you beard the daughter play the piano, Syracuse Herald. To Can at Old la Waa Dar Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tabic te. All druggists refund money If li fails to cure 06c Yoww-You'd The man who It sure ft doesn't do an good to kiek should never Join a football team. Elliott's Magaxine. It reouiree no experience to dye with TUT NAM FADELESS DYES. Sunply boiling ....... goods in the dye it all thal'a necessary. IVUI Sold uy an orugciilt. The great trouble seems to be that bad luck is natural, while people are compelled to work for good luck. Atchison Globe. I have uaed rite's Cure for Contumptloa both in my family and practice. Dr. O. W. Patterson, Inkster, Mich., Nor. 0, 18M. Special dispatches from Ealcourt estimate the wounded and ralselng of the armored train contingent at from 100 to ISO. The mlaalnjr include CapU Ilaldane. It Is hoped that some escaped over the veldt and will return to Eateourt In a few day a. Durbax, Natal, Nor. 18. The Natal Advertiser has a dlapatch from Eateourt which aaya: "Uhan part of the armorM trala waa overturned V the Boera turning; up the ralla. the llrltlah alighted and exchanged vollea with the Hoe re. The engine driver, when the ralla war replaced, aeelng the position waa hop leaa, ateamed back to Eateourt with a e, few of the Dublins and 13 of the Including CapU Wjlle, who waa wounded, on the tender. The fat of the remainder of the Durbaos aad Dubllna and Lieut. Churchill la unknown. EsTCOL'aT, Nor. 11 Seven of the Durbanahave Just com In, making 33 mtealug. Only 13 of the Durtana have returned. The Natal waa In front of the truck, had fired three ahota when it waa shattered by the lloer artillery. The armored engine ha many bullet marka and Ita dome cover le emaahed, aa alao la ha automatic exhaust 'pipe and screw jack. Tb tender la alao pitted with bullet marka. It la rumored that Lieut Churchill I a prlaoner. Los DO.f, Nor. IS. Th absence of news of anr'serlous movement against Ladysmlth seems to show that the lloer a are repeating the atrategy adopted by them at Dundee when they appeared In front and endeavored to effect a surrounding movement. Thla seems to have been their objeet regarding Eateourt and since It I Impossible that relief abould reach there for some daya to come. It is net unlikely that a further retiring movement on Moot river will be made. Klmberley was safe on November 10.. Last Tuesday a Boer force of 800 entered Allwal North, Cape Colony, hoisted the flag of the Free State and declared the town and district to be part of th republic. The activity of the Doera In thla locality would almost point the necessity of Insuring th safety of th column marching to th relief of Klmberley from attack from this dlrectloaor from Bloemfooteln. In view of th reticence of den. llul-lIt I almoat uaeleaa to speculate re garding the report of a movement to relieve Klmberley. It can only be Intended to withdraw the Boera, If pos sible, from Natal. The objeot of the occupation of Allwal North ta understood to be to prevent the of ammunition large quantity at llerechcl being forwarded to Jamestown and thence to tho Queen'a Own. The Boers have notified the inhabitants that no looting will be alDor-ban23-to- n er Victims of tea po!ton(ng art becoming demsnd lateraatlaaal f aaday lehobl Leasees slarminglr prevalent. Wtmeninstead of the dolife and variety of Health, and IHRIS Tetnper-ane- e tow Nnretabar ing it naturally by building up their systems retort to tea. They ihould take fiuatet-ter- s Britain, taer laaday la Ureal Stomach Bitters instead. Br atrength enfng the digestive organs this brings besuty Specially Arranged from reloubel's Note. and good spirits. It tones up the nerves, rroverne Us ; I.E880N TEXT. drives away the bluet, regulates the bowels memory verssa, je.H. and cures all forms of dyspepsia. All drug-glaTEXT.-W- lne Is a mocker, aOLDEN isll it. raglngl and whoaoevtr la strong drink deceived thereby la not wise. Prov, 20: 1. Anticipated Nawe. I.tailT FROM OTHER BCrtlPTL'nES. Mr. Isaace (In Chicago) Ish der a Drunkenness. Deut. 11! JO. il; Prov. Mi er Mr. Itaaca ssvin' dot hit shtore bat li tl l ITi Ul W. Hi HI 4, t; Isa. ti 11, XI; Ilotta purntd down in New York! I: 11: llab. It II; Matt. 14! II. K', Luke 21! Hotel Telegraph Operator-N- o! Nonel 14; 1 Cor, 1.111 Oal. II XI. Temperance. Rom. "Veil, vaen von Hi it: 1 Cor. I: u-t Tim. s: I, I, I; Tit. li right up te any room,gomas tchoott tendt it blctael Puck. 4! 7; I: I: I ret 1:4. II; iret. EXPLANATORY. Every reader of this paper should give I. First Picture. The Portrait of special heed to the offers which arc appearDrunkard. Note the main features In ing front week t week by the' Jo a a M. thla portrait. Woes, pains, diseases, Smyth Co., the mammoth mail order bonae this troubles, quarrela, a passionate dispo- of Chicago. In of a issue will be fouad their thoroughly advertiaement sition, grumbling, bodily Injuries, bad tewing mi chine, at the astound-tnglvision, both natural and spiritual all low price of $14.23. Coming at this ofproclaimed to every looker on. The fer and other offers do from a bouat with a dolrating of mark that distinguish the drunkard commercial the highestover one million mark lars, and of character, they from others are first described as a an opportunity that the threwd hover will sort of prison costume, by which pris- net be alow to take advantage of. The. lob 1M West Madisoa M. Smyth oners are known, or aa the brand F street, will Co., 150 to mammoth catalogue. tend their (fur, thief) on the face of a Jlomnn In which ia listed at wholesale prices everything to eat, wear and use, on receipt of thief. te V.2.1 "Who hath woe? who liath sor- only 10 centseven partly10pay postage or en and this cenls is allowed row?" The words corresponding to the first purchase amounting to one dollar. two substantives are, strictly speaking, Interjections, aa In the margin: In Old Missouri. Who hath Oh? Who hath Alas? The Mrs. Goodwin Here's a quarter, poor woes are too great and too many to man. But tell me, pray, what ever brought name separately. They are woes of you to tbis miserable state? Dusty Bhoades Me autermobeel, ms'am. body and woes of mind; woes In one's I waa tourin' t'rough Iowa, an I axerdent-lst ray 'd across de line, see f Chicago Evenself, woes In his family; pains, disease, A man sick on account of ing Newt, poverty. his sins suffera very differently from There It more Catarrh in thla aectlon ot one alck In the providence of God. A the country than all other diteaaea put toprison, a cross, may be a k'oi'. or It gether, and until the lait few years wss supposed to be incurable. many may be a shame. "Who hath conten- years doctors pronounced For a great it a local disease, tions?" may mean the conflict between and prescribed local remedies, and by condesire and conscience; more probably, stantly failing to cure with local treatment, haa proven pronounced it quarrela and bickerings, "Who hath catarrh to be incurable. Sciencedisease, and a constitutional babbling?" Foolish talking, vile conver- therefore requires conatitutlocal treatment. sation, nolsr demonstrations, revela- Haifa Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. ,f. tion of secrets. "Who hath wounds Cheney at Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia the only on the market. without causei" Wounds received In constitutional cure dosea from 10 drops It is to a taken internally in careless or wholly unprofitable dis- teatpoonful. It acts directly on the blood putes, wounds and stripes such as come and mucous surfaces of ther system. They. r I t jr i i.ii of the brawls of drunken men. Lange. uuer one nunureu uouara lor any case n faila to cure. Send for circulars and "Without cause:" Upon very alight Address F. J. Cheney & Co., To- provocation, which men Inflamed with ledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pillt are the belt. wine are very apt to take. Pool. "Who hnth redness of eyes?" The word does intpecting the Texas. "The They not refer to the reddening, but the place wewere jnst left," explained her have dimming of the eyes, and the power of aa they went below, "it called the gun deck." "1 tee," she exclaimed, brightly. vision." Dell trach. "And that place down there II. Second Picture. A Portrait of where I suppose they re raking tht fires ia called the the Artiat Who Made the Drunkard'a poker deck." Philadelphia Record. WOES OP INTEMPERANCE. Tea raleonlnar. 3. tf A WOMAN 1 HELPS dele-gra- WOMEN first-cla- a y y ro women everywhere who sulTer almost because they cannot bring themselves to tell all about their ills to a physician. Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their suffering by letter to Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, Mass., for the i:on- fidenco reposed in her has never been violated. Over a million women have been helped by her advice and medicine. Mrs. Pinkham in attending to her vast correspondence is assisted by women only. If you are ill, don't delay. Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a practical help as it was to Miss Ella E. Brenner, East Rochester, Ohio, who says: "I shrunk from the ordeal of examination by our physician, yet I knew I must have treatment. My troubles were backache, nervous tired feeling, painful menstruation and leucorrhcco. I am so grateful to you now that I am willing to have my name published to help other girls to tak their troubles to you. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound used as you wrote me has made me entirely well and very happy. I shall bless you as long'as I live." Mrs. Plnkham receives thousands of such letters from grateful women. Miss Nellie Russell, of 138 Grace St, Pittsburg, Pa., in a letter to Mrs. Pink- ham says : ' ' From child hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles Increased having intense pain running from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful. One day, seeing your advertisement in one of our papers, I wrote to vou. "When your reply came I began taking your Compound and followed your advice and am now in perfect health, and would ad vise any lady rich or poor to take Lvdia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, which I can praise above all other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women." THERE mw STB7 . JOHNMiM YTHCO ViteCHICAOO gWEST MADISON rt Picture. V. 30. "They that tarry long at the wine:" The tendency of atrong drink is to continue drinking, to spend hours, often the whole night, In ctroii-aal"They that go to seek mivnt wine:" Thej go to the nine Iioiikc of revelry. Septuaglnt, thoei- who hunt out where carousals ore tukiug place. "Mixed wine undoubtedly here signifies spiced, drugged, tneillt'iitrd nine, the intoxicating power of which Is Increased by the Infusion of drugs a. tin-pla- The Office Boy "Only three more date before my vacation!" The Fixture "You oitfht not to wish away your time." ane Oriice Boy "I ain't. I'm only wishing away the boss' time to that my time can eein. Boston Transcript. than Somehow baldneea Is far more contagious goodneu.--Chica- go Daily News. SI4.25 um $1425 Lhe ?.eat Sewing macnmBon curin At Ihe Price, $14.25 for Our "MELBV Sewlna Machine. THE MARKETS. Selsct bulcSert CALVES Fair to good llf hi.. HOOS-Caaraa ao4 heavy Mixed packers Llekt skippers BftEKP-Cho- loe LAMn.S-Spr- lnc LIVS moa Cincinnati. Nov. I2 4 60 Muenscher. Such men "drink thecupof a costly death." Tennyson. Here sre Indicated four dangerous pastes. Who does not enter the first will not be waylaid In the fourth. (1) Keeping bad company. (I) Sipping th wine. (3) Drinking to rxerca, (I) A Section of the "Black Valley Boad" to the drunkartPs and spices." CM 75 ft IS t il 3M ITI too ORAIN Drunken carousals. III. Third Picture. lowed. Lourenso Marquee contlnuea to aend Toubert stories, the latest belni that 10 newa haa been received from him at I'retorla for three days, and that it is rumored he was taken prisoner. Ilia announced that thedukeof Connaught waa among the first to seek employment in the war, and even offered to waive hi seniority for thla purpose, out it waa not deemed expedient that an officer so senior to Sir Iledvera ,Bul-e- r should serve under him. The duke was greatly disappointed. Special dispatches from I'letermar-trbur- g and Lourcnto Marquee say .bat Ladysmlth la bombarded night and day and hard pressed. On Novem ber o, having during the night placed men eloae to the town, the Boera, after i heavy bombardment, began an but were repulsed at every point with heavy losses. as-,a- Is Tour breath bad? Then rour nest rrienaa turn tneir netas asiae, A bad breath meant a bad liver. Ayer't Pillt ire liver pill. They cure conallpallon, biliousness, dyapepala, fcrown or ileh black sict ncaaacne. zsc. au arujcuis. Wui jour raausucti or assiil a baaaUfal V 7hn u DYE stt ae ysw. y'ryi" compared ,:t.Br. autf. . W. L. DOUGLAS 83 & 3.50 SHOES to (6 am Worth t4otner ma mis. 'aaaalX. witn an en. III! mi' Indoraeid by ovar 1,000,000 naarere. uiy Tht aeniiia hart W L boutUs' asms sn4 P'le j IIVX aa suMiiiuis cuimsa la ui 1 N m u asotf.asfi tout dealer laouia intn ir. 1 LI.J nel. l at al itiMu4 s Hi ... .. . . .4. .n.tr. . . mala AtiAtl, nl.ln .1 up lot. Csuuis U lies. 1. 1, WUM tHH U backtea, Hw. (Jen. asltM Taadered a Ktaeatlao. Lot Akoxi.es, Cal., Nov. II. Gen. Nelson A. Miles was tendered an la- formal reception at the chamber of lommerce Friday night. Gen. Mllea will atart east Saturday on a tour of .nspectlon of the posts In Arlxona, New Mexico and Texas. Ihaakigtvlag Day la Mealeo. Cur or Mexico, Nor. 18. The Araer- " loan colouy here will celebrate Thanks cured for. Because he thinks the Christian Is giving day by a ball on a superb scale, and 1'resldent Dux and family have catching at & straw, the skeptlo reject the life buoy. Ham' Horn, accepted an. Invitation, to aUood. Lard... t 4 17 H IS tX condition, with its snores, and traps, ncriER Choice dairy. t7 rholse creameiy and pitfalls. V. 31. "Look not thott APPLKS Chice to fancy t1 04 5 1 W 4J upon the wine." Do not put yourself POTATOES-Per'- brl In the way of temptation. "When It is CHICAGO. FLOUrt red :" Bed wlnea were most esteemed In CHAIN-Wh- eal Winter pauni ........ I S3 OIN No. s e;( eiSU the east. The wine of Lebanon Is said to No. i Chicago sprlnc Ms J3K ! CC5 be of a rich golden color, like Malaga. COItN-N- o. No. ! U S14 "When it glveth Its color:" Literally, OAls sv rOHK-MeT 70 ft 8 04 4 74 It eye, the clear brightness, or the LARO-SleetlX NEW YORK. beaded bubblea on which the 1(0 FLOUn Winter patent ITS looks with complacency. 7J Wit E AT- - No. J red Plumptre. "In the cup:" Sparkles or 0OKN-N- o.t mixed. 01 RYE H bubblea when poured out or shaken; OAT Mixed a iv J4 "carriea a bead," which Is regarded to POKK-- Ne S3 UtlO Met a 4 ti be an Indication of the atrength and LAK- U- Western 1IALT1MORF. quality of the liquor. Some wines are FLOUn-Esm- lly SZ4 140 celebrated for their brilliant appear- 3KA1N-Wh- eat No. : red..... 70 Southern ance. W. Hunter. "When It movrth ItCorn Mixed self aright:" netter as In It. V., "when Oats Nix t white ii e 57 Hi e No t western It goeth down smoothly." This does not 4T4 t4 C4 refer to the sparkling of the wine; but PA TTLE First quality 4 OJ U 7J rather it "describes the pellucid stream INDIANAPOLIS. flowing pleasantly from the wlne-skl- o 3RAIN -- Wheat-No. : red.... a tsi Corn Nost mixed u or jug Into the goblet or the throat." OjU No. t mixed. Plumptre. LOUISVILLE. IV. Fourth Picture. The Drunkard's FLOOR Winter patent I 45 S3 51 70 No. Sejrd Harvest Field. Ta this great gallery JKAIN-Wn- eal Corn Mixed A 3li we pass through many rooms till we Oat Mixed 9 00 come to the last one lighted withnltirld POniC-M- M LAHU-btcttt&o blaze, and we gaze on the saddest picture of all. 32. "At the last It biletli like laaaa faaa, fats f f.a fak rsaa t A a serpent:" Like a serpent it will be brilliant of color, and glide with enty motlon; and like a serpent It will bite. 2 "Adder:" The second word, "adder," Is the more specific, and Is said to be the Cerattes, or horned snake, the first more generic Cook. The Ccrnstcs is exceedingly venomous. It lurks In the sand, colled up perhaps In n camel's footprint, ready to dart nt any passing animal. The Serpent and the Adder. The east the Santa Fe Route. I times a week from Chicago woefully cursed with poisonous repand Kansas City. tiles of all kinds. The special paint to ? 9. Twice a week front Bt. Faul and be observed In the present Instance, .5 Minneapolis. however, Is that the comparison of wine One a werk from St. Louis and to the serpent begins In the tbirty-tlra- t lktou. verse rather than In the thirty-seconIn improved This may be better In the following lMllmau tourist sleeping care. Setter than ever before, at loweat rendering of the two verses: "Look not possible rstes. on the wine when It reddeneth, when It lUperlenced excursion conductors. showeth its eye In the cup glldetli Also dally aervica between Cblcsgo and California. smoothly. After that, It blteth like the il Correspondence solicited. serpent and stlngeth like the hissing T. A. GRADY, serpent." fl. 8. Times. staaaaer California TourUt Serf le. K Ike itcalaea, Tepeka A Saata f a Railway, Uraaes (rout Canaaa. 109 Adams Mreet, CHICAGO, Too many Christians soy: "The Lord J ItKaWeVrVamVa rVem ?Ktfemem gave and the devil took.nway." The spear points of temptation maybe used as spurs to urge us to God. If we cannot save the world by dying Cures alt Throat and Lung Affections. for it, we may help It by living In It. The sinner seems to enjoy being cheated a. much as the pleasure of aV Oetlheaeuulue. Refusesutulllutea. Jk cheating, I It la a pour sort of virtue that consists In abstaining from sin that are not Dr. BWt FtUt ton Dytfiia. Trial, in fir sc Inter patent Wheat No. t red Nag red Corn No. z mixed Oats Nat Rye Na HAY Prime te ubolee PhOVISIONS Mess pork Fl.OUIt-- W 4 Si - III DIM tft 71 e aisl ta i gill u in 80 u 3 10 4 14 S 10 em u 4J CO t it iiH Cat o It I) 71 V high-gra- de high-an- a, machine eqnal others are asking tUM to fcW for. Oaaraatsed by us far so years fro as data ot parchase, against aoy imperfection In aoaUrial or worknanabip. The staad le aaade af the beat Iran and le nlosly ra portioned. The cabiast work ta perfect and la furnished in yoar choice otaatlque.aak er walnut. It bas seven drawers all handsomely carved and with aiakal-plate- d rlac pulls. The mechanical canst ructls it Is esjaal ta that of aay saachiaa rearardleaa of price, AU wcrklnc parte are of the hast tool ateaU eeery bearin perfectly fitted and adjasted so as to make the raanlng qaalltlea the lightest, meal per-Sand naarest nolselesa of anv machine. made, Thla rVwtac Mseklna has all the latest Improvements. Jt raakea a perfect and unl-fe- na LOCK AtlTCfl, aad will do the bast work pa either the lightest muellae or heavleat A ruIl.t J cloths, sewing over seams aad rouah plsees without sklpcIaaT stltche-e- . and enclosed ia a handsome nlnsh-llne- d beat etsel atlschmsnta. alcely nickel-platerental, japanned box, and a ceraplste assertaeeat at accessories and book of Inatructloa FURNISHED FREB with eaah machine. WaaUlpUiamachIneO.O.D.anbiacttoapproval.onraeelptof two OU niVCTDIII dollars. If. aa examlaatlon yoa are coavfaead that wa are eavUaT A ta what stu jouOorgWon ant's prlcs.paythehauaceaaaTnunieuarnainanuTaai Iansdatuytlmewithla(Odayaaecdtneraacbiae tne machine, back to at at ear expense and we will refund the fall purchase price fn aa IA iti. Jf a a which is listed at lowest wholesale prices 'everything to cat wear and ute.iafurrushj 'sd on receipt of only 10? to partly, pay or tfe and as evidencr of daocl faith tht I0v It llovvfpn firat I99 or above). aurchaia amauntlnj potfat xprf am nrWW-MeeiTalY 0ltV tt UT HKS-I- Mine-drink- UOOS-West- ern, The use of the Endlesa Chain Starch Book In the purchase of "Red Croaa" and "Hubinger'a Best" starch, makes it just like finding: money. Why, for only 5c you are enabled to tret one largre 10c package of "Red Croas" starch, one large 10c package of "Hubinger'a Best" starch, with the premiums, two Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colore, or one Tentleth Century Girl Calendar, embossed In gold. 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Top Soap Complete Srsstk Ir Wllllsms' Indian Pile (Mntueni will cure Blind, lllMUlug aud ltcklna riles. Il absorbs lb allaja tne fumors, oaca. acta Itcba as Iioulilra.gtses Instant lor ilUa Iheprtraie and llonlnaor parti, Atdratji'tsor Df n receipt ofvrlce. no onts CI. oo. Props CLSYXLAkll, OOIO, AM3 alio DrBuia'sV I CARTERS INK ISuubla COUGH SYRUP VIS sure SS. tn. mm K.-- K FISH-TAOKL- sivsrMia tat rsa m sus naas POntaiaUfHTM. svrrliu iisau.s(.4iitisin. 1787 IlITn s Primer" Viur T OSend for "Ineeutoilaeas,"' '. BI,T.Sfl t'O.. ail A. N, U C t"l4iWI,d Ml. IJiauc)n,Clilrso.CJTa. Uud,UtUwu OvwUutltfftrsa. Wu.UuMtou. M , WiaX Will plcuta TO AOVtHTISKKl alula Ibal juu ww tee AdverUaa ataai la thla I I NO vtr t Mrs. M. F. Walker has a new line A True Story of a Kentucky Copy for thla Department mint tench the nil- SCHOOL. of winter goods. FARM. HOME. tor on Ptunlr prwedl ng ilto of Unio. Ploneor. D. 0. Sparks and wife will go to IMItwt lijr 8. CI. Mamh, iTnlnwor ol iritrlteul-tut1 am a Kentuckian by residence FMUcI br Mm. Klua It. Xikvm, IH n nl tie Contributed tiy K. Or Permr, 'M. Kirby Knob nrrri (JoUrx. Morm.l Department, Here (JhlUni'and choice, but a Virginian by birth. Some More Games. Dreyfus. F. C. Click made a delivery of fruit The cauie of my first leaving the Shelter nnd Care of Htock. At Philadelphia one is treading all How many of the games described Miss Anna Ogg is on tha sick lint trees at this place on Nor. 9. "Ancient Dominion," and emigrating tho while on historic ground. These alluring Indian Summer week have we tried since then I At 23ft Arch Street still stands the D. M. Click brought returns 'from last to Kontuoky, was a jacUsal You this weak. "All work and no play makes Jack house in which Betsy Ross, a young days aro apt to make us forget that tare, but havo a little patience, and Havo your girl bring enough linsey Maryvilla woolen mills Nor. 14. widow conducting. the littlo furniture the cold chilly rains, the snows and n ilnll Imr. I l I'll soon ahow you how it came to to Berea to make a dress. f II. II. Fowler and Frank Garret All play and no work makes Jack ""P .l.u7 ner n usuanu, m sue mo freezes are aure to follow and apt to My father, who was one of pass. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Holdman, of are building a house on Clover Botfirst American . flair. In. May. como rather suddenly in the end. . ... . a mere toy. tho old Virginia families, resided in the Silver Creek locality, are visiting tom. Ueneral Washington and a commltteo Some of us need to have the first gave Mrs. Rosa an order for a sample Then the animals that have been lyRichmond. He was a widower, and relative hero this week. School will cloae here Nor. 28. line of the above shouted in our ears, Hag having thirteen stars and thir- ing out under the skies so comfortahis domestic affairs were managed by Moving seemed to be tho order of The idea of an entertainment has while others need to listen more to teen stripes, Tho flag was mado and bly will tie chilled anddishaarteaed if a housekeeper of the old school, such tho day Saturday. Our business lit they cannot find some shelter. been given up as there are measles the second line, so we print them adopted as our National omblem. aa used to administer tho concerns of tie town got a "hustle on itself." Between Third and Fourth Streets, in tha community. An animal that becomes stunted in both. near Chestnut Street, is Carpenters opulent Virginian households. Rev. Lunsford will preach at tha When a number of us gat together Hall . It was built in 1721 by a Soci- growth over winter 'lakes several Mrs. J. W. Parsons, of Berea, Now it came to pass, during the Christian Church next Saturday and bought a horse at this place last Fri-dn- for an evening party, wo are some- ety of Carpenters and Architects. It weeks of good feeding in the spring days of my juvenility, while I wa that the Sunday. Everybody invited. and had him put in H. H. Fowl times at a loss what to do for en- was here met, Sept. first Continental to get started to growing again anil yet what is termed "an unlucky boy," Congress 5, 1774. Miss Maud Daniels, of Irvine, will era barn that night, and he waa tertainment, unless, indeed, wo resort But ono of the moat interesting never makes the growth it might that a gentleman of our neighbor week to bo the guest of her found dead tho next morning. It ii to dancing, and many good peoplo do buildings iu this city is Indepen- have done had it been pushed steadihood took it into his head that it arrive this Young, supposed that the newa of tho election not consider dancing a wholly proper dence Hall, or the Old Stato House, ly ahead. would be an immense public advant pleasaut cousin, Miss Mattio on Chestnut Street, between Fifth Snmbo's account of his master's of mules, Mr. Burritt Lunsford, of Wallaceton, killed him aa he had belonged to a form of amusement. Here are a few aud Sixth Streets. It was built by age to introduce a breed ways to make the time pass ploasant- making money twice a year; selling and accordingly imported three jacks was pleasantly entertained Sunday Goebel man. the Province ol l'eusylvaula, liTJ Abram Coffey and I. T. Alcorn took 17.. Here was convened tho Sec- - hay in.the fall and In the spring selto stock the neighborhood. This in a afternoon by Miss Rhoda Pennington all be seated load Continental Congress, and here, ling hides of the cattle that hail died, Pass the rino.-L- et part of thecountry where peoplo cared bovs had a jolly old time Wed' a load of apples to Irvine last Mon The film n uirtnvr long i J"b' o( 1""6 wn adopted the Declar deacrihea a style of farming that haa Tho nesday night shooting big guns and day and while driving through town id n nirn for nothinc but blooded horses independence, this histor-- Ii., ,,n nW fin. ation town-talk- , and a making the found that both largo wheels of their true Democrats whole matter was a ic old building has recently teen rn- - not wholly gone out of practice. onto it, tie theends together, ',min nmj re,l0red to Its colonial wagou were on one side. They had ger-rinThe worthy amalga- feel bad. Boys be careful! Of the food consumed by an mator of quadrupeds found himself animal, a part mutt always go to keepTressie, the little daughter of Mr, traveled 12 miles thinking something and lot each guest hold the part oi condition, Many rare old pictures hang on its ing the string in frout of him with his in a dismal scrape; so ho backed out and Mis. P. B. Riddle, has been was wrong with the wagon. up the liodily heat and energy, a Then let all the players w" " and here ' the famous Liberty part goes to growth if the animal is hands. in time, and turned his jacks loose to dangerously ill for tho past week but Evergreen. , Bell. It was sent to tin country keep their bauds mov.ng apart and from LoUf0u in 1752; it was found to' young, and a part may 1h stored up shift for themselves upon the towu is now on tho road to recovery. Mr. Louis Lako is improviug slowly. together again, so that the ring con be cracked, and wiih twice recast in common. Mrs. Leila Weinberg, after n week's Good Jeans wanted by Beroa Col- go around the circle without Iwing Philadelphia before it was mitisfuc-- ' in the form of accumulated fleh and way to It bo happened that my fat, or may lie used in the production stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lege. Onn nlnrnr. utnnili'ilL' in t)if tOrV. mum school lay across the common. Tho James Young, has returned to her of .milk in the case of the cow, or in Mrs. Drew is visiting relatives at center, trie, to find the ring, and the t,"'6Srf?S 'SJfVnISSSa the production of energy or work in first time that I saw one of these home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wallaceton, Madisou Co. one in whose hands he catches " 'that wo Me upoti it it set up a braying and animals, the case of the horse, mule, or ox. Lilerty Throughout the Land, and There is HowWallaceton. Suicide. Mr. Fred Radershot and takes his place in the center. frightened mo confoundedly. a necosoary consumption "10 1l"itnnt thereof," tlioiiKli Fbencii blind man's rn.Tr.AH e ever, I soon got over my fright, and Mrs. Nancy Ogg is very ill this killed himself, last Monday, Nor. 13. it was doubtless made with no of food for the first purpose in all seeing that it had something of a week. People are busy gathering corn. seated in a circle. Some oue wins - ,nom,ht 0f ,he fllturo independence animals, though it varies greatly in horse look, my Virginian love of anylow We have nice weather to work in now. pern an odd number iu tho ear of each to the Colonies. different individuals, some being Miss Sarah Reynolds is very num- - j Christ P. E. Church on Second thing of the equestrian species pre- with consumption. keepers" and some "hard keep-er.Mr. 1. J. L.ake lias returned on a boy, and some one eUe au even Street above Market Street waa built "easy dominated, and I determined to back ber to each girl. One ployer stands Ollie Boen is erecting a now build- visit. We are proud to havo him with In this church President blindfolded n the middle, and fi in ltJi. it. us. Washington worshipped, and his pew , If the animal is only able to keep ing on his lot in Wallaceton. Sunday approached, ou which I off two numbers, as" 1.1,0, or "10, 1. lMtin uxatM nm i gnown to visitor. the machinery of life moving, with Your correspondent, Kate S. Lake, Have your girl bring to Berea on President Adams and Benjamin projected an equestrian excursion While the lxy and girl having the is well enough to go no surplus for growth or accumulahas been sick steeds. As I enough jeans to make a suit of clothes. to hdiool uow.but one of these long-earenumbers called are exchanging seats, i Frnuklin also attended this churct.. tion, it is of no value to its owner. Miss Mary Ritter, of Indiana, is i.w, w j Ur- - f nuWin, who died deknew the jacks would be in great he tries to catch one and to guess Mr. Langdon is goitig to have an B Church Christ With all kinds of farm stock, exwhn it is. If he succeeds, the neron l,"r,wl. mand on Sunday morning, I secured visiting her aunt, Margaret Parks. cept cats and dogs, (and it were well Joe Wallace has been very ill but exhibition on Thanksgiving and then caught is blindfolded. one over night, and conducted him IWauamnkers Store is thf store of if some of these were reckoned in, too) finish his school. home, to be ready for the earliest is able to atteud to his school again. Game or quESTioss. Choose Miles the city iu the estimation of thotw- - if the animal is not growing We have had some visitors from larger, out set. But where was I to quaiter Rev. Palmer, of Berea, will preach aud let the two groups of players go mill of shopH'rs. It occupies eigh doing work, multiplying its kind, or Berea Collego; Mr. Johnson, Mr. Cha-piteen acres ol Uoor space, beside six T I could not put at the Baptist church, Sunday, Nov. him for the night into different rooms. One player acres in separate buildings for shops in some way producing a valuable aud his brother. We enjoyed him in the stable; our old black 19. from each side is sent out onto the and product for its owner lieeides merely having them very much. They visit groom George was as absolute in that number of people iu the cm thebO two agree- uou some The porch, and Tom Kincaid and wife attended domain as Barbara was within doors, the burial of their sister on Red Lick ed caves aud got Lts of pretty rocks. object. Then they go buck, each to plov of tho store vnrie from 3,500 to living and leing aHseHMed for taxaWe think they enjoved their trip fine- All tion, tha owner would lx better off ii,0(X) according to the season. and would havo thought his stable, Wednesday. the room where the opposing side is business here is on a Urge scale. without it. disgraced by his horses, and himself the Tho wnitinir, and answer promptly system comprises E. B. Wallace and Tom Kincaid It is doubtless the owner's fault as the introduction of a jackass. So I questions which are put to them. The: twelve miles of pneumatic tubing; tho are locating some timber on Red Lick, Clay smoke-housit ia a fact that there is a put got the key to the thev can give arts "yes," eleven twilers require from twenty to a rule, but only answers where they will move tho saw mill. tons of coal daily. But great deal of stock kept that doon not master Jack in, locked the door, reBright Shade. i twenty-fiv- e nvs nw"e ti,o ".iv I liilia HfiierMiitKV t nit tlttu iniinaiiini IlUt (tlivi i .1 Reuben Kindred, who has boen via tit IV turned the key to its place, and went J ilMJj Hon. Johu D. White was up during which first guesses tho riddle keejw scale, Va person buying JIO lltllllVIIDV profit tho owner, or even pay for the only a five feed they consume. intending to release my pris- laid up for some time with a broken the election. to bed, the man from whom they guessed it. cent tablet is treated with as much oner at an early hour, before any of knee, is now walking on crutches. When an animal ii turned into a Suppose that the object chosen is courtesy bh if he went buying $100 Thos. Smith, Jr., has been very sick Miss Grace Howes and Mrs. Grin-stea- d the family were awake. muddy or frozen lot, scantily fed, President McKinley'a felt hot. Then worth ol hue lurniture. since Friday. It would be au education in itself and daughter, of College Hill, But dame Barbara, tho housekeep Anderson Smallwood had his thigh tho questioning might run somewhat cowld one spend a year here, dividing and with only the warm side of a er, as usual, "was up before tho crows attended the Methodist quarterly vegetable!" his time ho that bo might become ac- wire fence between it aad a pitiless "Is it as follows: mashed by a log Monday. put their shoes on," and bustled meeting. "Yes." "Is it quainted with the local history and winter storm, small wonder if all the "Animal!" Noah Valeutine was in at Manches- "No." about to get things in order for alive!" "No." "Is it natural I" "No." geography of the place; might visit heat producing energy of what food ter during the election. breakfast. Her first resort was to "Artificial!" "Yes." "IsitinKy.l" its museums, art valleries. and librar it can get and a draft too on some ies; hear the great preachers and the A Sunday-schoo- l has been organizScarce had sho to the smoke-hous"No." "Iu Ohio!" "No." "Is it iu eloquent lecturers; might hear tho fat that was stored up last summer Clover Bottom. ed at the school-hous- e here. opened the door, when master Jack, "Ia it iu music, and seethe beauty of architec- are needed to keep the creature alive "No." any State!" tired of his confinement, and glad to The election was conducted very John D. Hubbard aud Martha Americal'' In this "Yes." "In Cauada!" ture iu somo of tho city's fine build- till the suu shines again, quietly. be released from darkness, gave a Lause were married, Sunday. board timber, "No." "In Mexico!" "No." "Not ing!; might visit Cramp's ship yards, laud of cheap where some of the finest ships of our cheap slabs and boxing, and cheap Good Linsey wanted by Berea Colloud bray, and rushed forth. Down Miss Dora Smith visited relatives on in the U. SI" "Yes." "But not avr havo been built, might become posts and polos, a dropped old Barbara; the animal lege. sharp ax and a Martin's Creek durirg the week. in any state!" "No." "In Washingfamiliar with philanthropic institutrampled over her, and made for the Coyle for Judge and Moore for Joseph Delph and some other young ton, then 1" "Yes." "Does it belong tions, and acquainted with the spirit littlo energy are about all that are common. Poor Barbara! She had Circuit Clerk in this county. men say they expect to go to the to any oue in particular!" "Yes." and method of modern city life at its needed to insure warm quarters for never before seen a donkey; and havall the domestio animals before the Mr. James Robinson, of Sturgeon, Philippines. "Yea." "Is bast. "To Pros. McKinley!' All this and more I'hiladelphia ing read in the Bible that the Devil was here on business last week. part of his clothingl" "Yes." "Is holds for one with leisure, and to the severe weather seta in. Such shelter G. A. Sizemore and M. H. Freder- it went about like a roaring lion, seek Loud and repeated reports were ick expect to be at Berea at the open- it his coat!" "No." "His shoes!" busr man or womau it becomes eith will be worth barrels of corn and ing whom he might devour, she fired last night aa a salute for the super home or prison as the case may be. loada of hay. "No." "Is it his hat!" "Yes." ing of the winter term. took it for granted that this waa posed Governor Taylor. Although a fair vote waa polled hero, Beelzebub himself, ab ill luck would Dr. Daugherty is having his new several voters remained at home on have it, among those attracted by the possessions improved by having the election day, when they should have noUe was a little cursed fidgetty, crabexercised their part in the government bed uncle of mine. This prying little house painted and a well dug. Mr. John Dean and Green Dur- of the people. busybody aoon ferreted out the truth Beverly Jackson shot and killed of the story, and discovered, by hook ham contemplate attending tthe NorWillis Smith, Jr., Saturday. Accordand by crook, that I was at tha bot- mal at Annville this winter. A. J. Merritt and ing to good reports the deed was done Reverends tom of the affair, and had locked up He Richardson are in our midst and in Jacksou's trial is set tho donkey in the smoke-housstopped to inquire no farther, for he think of holding a few days protract- for Saturday, at Manchester. He is a was one of those testy curmudgeons ed meeting at the Baptist church at brother of Commodore Jackson, who attended School at Berea last year. with whom unlucky boys are always Kirby Knob. iu the wrong. Leaving old Barbara While rushing out of the house to Ogle. to wrestle iu imagination with the see what waa disturbing his chickens, Mr. George Wcods and wife are Devil, he made for my bedchamber, Mr. Hiram Dean stumbled over the the parents of a nine pound girl. where I still lay wrapped iu rosy baby's cradle and disjointed a finger. Evan Davidson missed some of his slumbers, little dreaming of the misMr. Alson Baker, who is teaching tobacco last Sunday morning. chief I had done, and the storm the Baker District school, Mr. Robt. Miss Ellen Jones and Mr. Mitchell about to break over me. Dougherty, and J. W. Copo are goIn an instant I was awakened by a ing to enter pchool at Berea for the Hnrdy were married Thursday. Mr. J. W. Brigmau visited his shower of thwacks, and started up in winter term. Also Miss Laura Hatdaughter, Miss Helen Brigman, Sunbewilderment. I seized a poker and field. BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN day. put myself on the defense. I waa a Collingsworth. stout boy for my years, while my CHANCE VOR A Mr. Billy Eversole, of Big Creek, roySS" KVKHYHOOY uncle waa a little whiffet of a man. I Send down a good coverlet to Be therefore, brought liiui to a par- rea to pay your boys' incidental fees. visited his sister, Mrs, Nancy Jane soon, Orer 20 teachers, 700 students (from 20 stiites.) llest Library in Kentucky. No Haloeus. Frederick, of this place, Sunday. ley. Old Barbara continued under The school at this place is progressthe doctor's bauds, however, for several day; and whenever she had ing nicely. J, M. Gilbert is teacher, For those NOT sutlclently advanced to get a teacher's certificate i au ill turn, my uncle would seek to Dr. Mahaify boat Mr. Smith for I. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. give me auotner (logging. Good Indigo Blue and White II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and. the advanced courses. I felt stung to the soul at ull this. Representative in Clay, Owsley, and and Coverlets, strictly home-madFor those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher's certificate i I bad been beaten, degraded, and Jackson by 150 votes. forestry, etc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, gardening, stock-raisintreated with slighting when I com Mr. Elder and Mr. Rawlings, perfectly matchod, are in demand and IV. Domestio Science Sewing, Cooking, etctwo years. plained. I lost my usual good spirits from Berea passed will be bought by Berea College at through here V. Normal Course for teachers throe years, with practice teaching. . A certain wild, and fair prices. VI. Academy Course -- fouryears, fitting for College, for business, and for lrfe. be- enroute for Owsley last week. roving spirit of freedom, which I Literary. Good Jeans and Linsey, For these more advanced t VII. College Courses Classical. Philosophical, andTheory. lieve is aa inherent in me aa it ia in Mr. W, H. Culton, of Madison, and Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Adjunct Departments : VIII. Musio-H- eed will be the partridge, was brought into sud- Mr. Parrott, of Rockcastle, have been and of desirable colore, IX. Beroa General Hospital Two yeW course in the care of the sick. den activity by the checks and rebought also. straints I suffered. "I'll go from through here since the election in the institution. Its instruetioa is a Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not a money-makin- g goods Only strictly iiome-mad- e home" thought I. "and shift lor my- interest of Gov. Taylor. free gift. It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves, and charges a small Incidental fee self." Perhaps this notion was quickMr. J. C. Powell, of this place, has will be bought. Write to to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction. Students must also pay for their board. Expenses for term ened by the rage for emigrating to just returned from (12 weeks) may be brought within 124, about half of which must be paid in advance. Livingston. He A. Keatucky which was at that time The school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of aya he is getting along very well in prevalent in Virginia, all denominations. For ittformalion arfritmily advice addreis th Lady Principal, Birei College. the goods business. (r bt evntinutd.) QUO. T. FAIItOIIILD, LL. D Berea, Madison Co., Ky. Ralph Ringwood. The Counties. Madison County. Drip Rook. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE - THE THE v, Ii. 1 d ,, rn,l town-scanda- g l. ' ' .J now,-"Procl- aim I s. d 'JK ware-rooms- . - cash-carryin- e, County. ii.,..ii.i,in"iL t) Jackson County. self-defens- BEREA COLLEGE IDEHP-AJEfcTMroiTT- Homespun Wanted. e, good-humor- well-mad- e Miss J. Robinson, Vioe-PrtMe-