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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 29, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899112901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 29, 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 Clrcnlatlon, 1000, The Citizen. Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY I to the Interests or the Home, School, and Farm. c a Tear 24. VOL. 1. HKWKA, MADISON" COUNTV, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOV EM HE II 2d, I8U. Si. .S. NO. The Citizen t. a. PASCO, t:illT(llt Mini MAN.Wll'.ll. of I'iiIiII.IhM it till' nltl Locals and Personals. by! .a .Si. .Si. .Sk Sk & S Ss. S. .. Till: GITI.KN, Iloreu, Kitlnrt at Hf Wojflcr at Itrmi, Kg r'i Mill mnttrr . Ky. m irrmvl' IDEAS. Let uh make TliankHgiviiitf n groat dajr In the nicotii g, hh woll nit In the eating. "1 have little fmlli in tlitliiiigcill imI genliiN," eajH Senator CuhIiiiiiiii K. Davis, of Miiini'Hotii. "I think an young man ran attain ti'ieewi, and groat nuww, by good,linrd,Ntudious lalwr, not intermittent hiltor, lint roiiHtant, eotiNcientioiiH efTort. The men who have nehieveil miwcMi lire the men who lime worked, read, thought more than was aliHoltitely wceHxary, who have not lHt'ti content willi kuowlodgo Miitiicimit for the prewnt uinst, lint who have nought additional knowledge and .store! it away for tho 'inergeney riwervi". It ii the HiiHrfluoUH lnlwr that counts moHt In life. There would Imi fewer wanted o)K)rtunititH if thero wore more real ability to gruttp them when they jircwnt Ihenmelvei." "IVriVh Hlioy and cunning, munIi all that fearH the light. Cease from man and look alove tlieti. uiiHt in God aud do the right." j The town colored school, tnught Mrs. A. W. Titus, closed Friday, Mrs, Mary Ann Gabbnrd, of W est Union, died Thursday of pneumonia. m ECONOMY for the Fall Tho students' .lob Print has het up Season in Men's and Boys' Fine its new gasoline engine in Hanson Stylish Made Hall. The wholo establishment will fck be moved thero in a few days. I Miss Hemitha Ford finished her school at Mt. Vernon Friday, and TKtt preiwrcl to rlolli jrwi wltlc the Lnwcl rliis, rljlilly mile. lwiliilely passed through llerca en route for her ! CtnthlliK II It nf fumn III Auirrtia. Ulitlitly mlf. nit Vital" Mratut home in Jackson, Ohio. tliconly n'lj; to wrar I'lotliltiK Tallonl mi aatrlctl)- M'lentllln ti1 In ilran, IVrtti-ItltlitK ami wear rtnltlnir, Iksbuv Hie Irnlilr, thi- Vi'iil llnti il wntlinin. Mr. S. C. IJegloy, of Chavies, Perry Hal..' ilic vtry I Iff nt tin KarniHiU l rarvfiilneM In makliiK. ri'puwnt thr ex Co., was in Berea Thursday looking a ilivlilcl (niilra.t In I he tailorlnit iwi In IM iiillliirroltlmuaiiil IIhiiikIiI, ami I ("lullilnn. Tli Kalirlo that wr liv are the ery tieet unlliiiry for a house. He expects to bring his ilclxri. that will lwm llilt MaMHi, hlmiy roiidncl .iclil.lxly to n, In Ihe fare nl family next term, and eight or ten The tnt eitroonlliMf j" feature coinliliilng our (trt ut cider In. that we the aUive nur Clnthlnic at students will come with him. ran anil ! Mr. and Mrs. C. A. King wish in this column to express their thanks to the kind friends who in any way I'luthlii lor le inoin y Than elexliere. Ilow ran e affiinl to kII mch Our answer i mre ami lmplr Our l a inolirii tore. coiitnietel offered assistance at the time of their than ilehin' I'lanp. our lothlni! i miIiI nn the itiallet marKin nf prnttl. Mrli tljr mi irjrt-lilittle daughter's fatal illness. or lnlimi, The more t lotlilnx we tell, the on a tame ml $ A PROCLAMATION OF and Winter "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us OLOTlBZIZEnTG-- I l rraitr-Uixisi- r They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 West Main St ft. I RICH MOND, KY LESS MONEY hlch-itrail- The Berea Monumental Co. The When you now have cuttomer remit of ytxxl mint mirk ami reasonable price i that in alhptirtf of the State we r News was received Friday from the hospital in Cincinnati of tho death of the little daughter of Jus. Taylor and aud Mrs. Lizzie Pauley Taylor, of this place. nine m.f .iir ha.liu lamer the Inwemur le'tnlMiK irlee, that irrmter a the ftorf In a nut-hel- l. COVINGTON & MITCHELL ' Anything in the monumental line. IM m know andUre. will tend you ilesfffnn and price RICHMOND - KENTUCKY ... Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. The Wide World. The HritMi won a rietory Thurs- day over tho lloern of the TraiiHvnal in South Africa. The Italian, Marconi, lm invented a way of telegraphing fifty miles or more through the air, no wire lieing md. A company with $10,000,(100 took Iiiim been orguuirrd in New Jer-neto own and push hi invention. y Our Nation. Tho Unibd Statca nliout to the Samouii Inland of Tutiiilu, I oouth of the equator. Every in tho United Statiw win closed from 2 to 4 o'clock Saturday, in rcHpect for the funsral of Garret A. Ilolmrt. Thin in the nixth han died time that a in otlice. Thul'.S. battle .ship "Kentucky" made it trial trip fomiKiHl Friday. Tho race for governor in Kentucky has attracted attention all over the country. The work of the county IkmihIm in completed, though the atate board hat Mill to declare the result. to Taylor'n plurality mow upiK-artKwt-otK- Iw 2150. Admiral Dewey was much criticised for transferring to hi rich now wife the hotiHo which a grateful nation had given him. But it has now Imhmi learned that thin transfer was in obedience to a mere technicality of the lnw.unil that the Iioiiko in really given to bin Kin, George. College Items. Winter term openn Dec. 13. Closing exercise of the fall term come Wednesday, Dec. (5. Prof. Mason attended a forestry conference at AkIivHIo, N. C. last week. Mrs. Putnam linn reached Marion, ()., on her way home from Mnssacliu-hettn- . The closing oxercisoa of the College will be given by tho A Rhetorical Class this term, with tho aid of the Mimic Depnitment. Thu HttideutH and teacher in tho lower grades of the College had practiced long and faithfully for tho nMfial exhibition which took place last night. Helen, youngest child of V. A. King, Huporintt'iitloiit of the College buildiugH uud grounds, died Tues-daNov. 21, of membranous croup, aged three yearo and niuoteen duyH. The little one was a favorite with all who know hur, and wu extend our heartiest sympathy to the bereaved family. The Tuemluy lecture of Nov. 21, by Tutor White, was prevented from taking place by the net of some lawless person or pursoua who stole and secreted his manuscript. Any person intending to como to school uud fettling himself capable of n criminal uct of this kind, should remain ut homo till ho experiences a change of heurt. The Meigs sisters sang Saturday night to a fair audience. M iss Harriet Meigs, the first soprano, was imfnrtti-An' then Jim laughed, for he natcly prevented from appearing by couldn't help it. "No." nays I, "old But despite! iui attack of laryngitis. Adam 'ud hay, "Go ahead, my child thin drawback, such music was given mn, go ahead. Every new ritiktutn as has inner lieen heart! in Herea. you think up is just one mom feather A Htitiou is l)eing started to havej in my cap, for if I hadn't a lived, an' the evening train south-!oun- ! and if you hadn't inherited your brains tho morning train northlwiind ex-- ; from me, you wouldn't a been notended to Berea. The train now where, that's certain.' Why,'' says I, spends the night in itichmond. Let "you're all right, Jim, but you forgot us push the movement to secure forj that each generation has to do its own our community thin great advantage, new work if it don't want to feel The Glade colored school cloed ashamed of itself. Columbus was an Friday, under tho ellicient manage-- aful smart muii to discover America; tueiitof R. S Board. The program but after he'd shown the way, any old included recitations, grapliophone! fool of a sailor could do the thing solos, short addresses by E. G.j over again. An' your grandpappy, Dodge, Hot. Win, Rhode, and W. Jim, was a hero to move out hero P. Chapman, and finally a basket) when there wasn't nothin' in the ' woods but Indians nn Warn. What lunch. ( he ditl live in n one room cabin f I had dynesin rears That was all right for him. but it and never found relief till I wau't so with you. If you hadn't a took Kodol DysMp.sia Cure. Now built this three room house, havin' I am well and feel like a new man," all this farm o' yourn to make a livwrites S. . I. Fleminiiig, Murray, Net). ing off of, you'd a felt like a no It is the best digestaut known. Cures 'count perMHi- ,- now wouldn't youl" nil forms of indigestions. Physicians "I'm nfeard I would," he admitted. everywhere prescribe it, "Hut these children o' yourn," says S. E. Welch. .Ir. I, "though they've only got what brain ou an their mammy could A Good Farm For Sale. j give 'em. tUod Almighty consenting I will nell privately my faun, con-o their birth,) live in an age when tabling ixty-onacre, lying two they can do bigger an' belter things miles Houth went of IJerc.i. Duelling , than mi could, an' ton ought to be housoof nu rifciius, good barn aud as proud o them as n red bird is of other out buildings, mid well. Fine he. too knot, and just help 'em along orchard ami choice fruit. all you can." For further information call on or "Well." says be, "I hain't said posiaddress, L. C. Di'ncax, Unrea, Ky, tive that they shan't go to school, but if they're so (wwerful anxious to go, A Letter from Silc. why don't they get their own money Dear Citizen- :- Jim Perkins is like somewhere, an' not be a tensiti' their a heap o' fellers that I know, an' he old pappy for helpt" thinks Iio'h as good as anybody, but "Jim," says 1, "you ought to be ho nlu't my style. No Hir! He's got ashamed o' yourself, an' you know it. a boy an' girl what ought to m goin The Bible says if a man dou't prooff to school, sure, Ih'hMph Tim tin' vide for those of his own bouse he is Hob what are too little, an' Sally worse than an infidel. An' here ou who's married a'ready tin' got child- are with two hundred acres o' timber ren of her own. But he won't hear an' M) acres o' bottom laud au'$l"0 to it no way. in the bank besides, an' yet you're too "Don't it iH'itt all, Sile," hays he to stingy nu' mean to send your children me '(other day, "how feisty thee to school when they're young an' young folks are gettiu'l Hero's my need tho help. ,Who are you aiming Will an KUen. now. They're both to leave all your prorty to when plumb crazy to go to school down at you're old an' tlie, anyway, if it ain't Berca. An' they've learned pretty to these same children, who'll be men nigh nil the district school can teach an' women then an' not need it I 'em u'ready. What more do they There aiu't uo use o' rain on n corn want, I'd like to knowt- - The district field," says 1, "after it's onco been school is better'u I line dien I was parched an' killed with the drought. young, an' whnt's good enough for After a man's forty it don't make me conies mighty nigh lein' good much difference whether he inherits enough for them. There now!" fiom his dead pappy it few hundred "Am ye jealous of 'em, .limf Kays or not. Now's the time. I'ow it I. "Am ye 'fraid your children will ain't too late for you to win tho love get ahead o' you? ' an' gratitude an respect o' your "No, I ain't exactly a sayin' that." children, un' help to make them lights he Haul, but 1 see humiuirmed a lee.le, in your valley aud an honor to your an' I suyit, "Jim, looky here. Do you old age. But if you don't doit, -- well, mippose a rose buah, if it had bruins maybe they'll llud some way to get to think with, would bo jealous o' thu them uuyliow, but the) won't lmvo roses that grow out on it, 'cause moru'u a sorter half w ay opinion o'you, they're prettiorthau it isT Or what 'ud Jim orkiusl" An' Jim, he acted kinder touched, old Adam Hay if he was alive today, an' we should show him our teel an' 1 dou't know vet what he'll do. I axes uu' our Hpiuniu' wheels un' our have a little hopes of him, I huve, railroads t Do you think he'd say, though he's most mighty close fistod 'Hold on, my children, you're goiu' us u general thing. Let's you an' me too fast. You ought to go a foot an' watch him nn' see. Yours truthfully, lino htotie axes an' go dressed in skiu Silas Siunqles. clothes, the way I used to't " ' 1 j 1 ! uftr-soveit e Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. At prices to suit the times. JOHN HARW00D, Prop. Berea, Ky. ROBINSON i.". iltt m, u , p.nrjMi - r 1. n i t The Jeweler ii oar r rttM ,rn rc r- - ; -- 4. . i ' tv,. ijti.: Calls Attention To His , T.:I 11 i New Stock of .UittliHKc4. GUARANTEED UHrtilrMiir,ntnl4 wt4ibit uJ mnit Im mt htB iMh Krr7 baa itlutMtl fmkbr4 nd OUT FrCO 13 tructioa Book telUJnn howsnfrvnerannmitand doftherpl)noranT klod of Uncj work. A xoTttn Bi4iaf dsmau li tent with Ttry nachln. eomptr it with IT COSTS YOU NOTHING thoM your"'"--"- . f ttorekMpcr veils ai a.oo to ana mrn ii ii.iw, RKTt'&S TOCks Donvincra at any ttm art ittiib; ww o you taypay jour ZTtithl mat In SlO.fiO. inti WE to yoa If !.! iwmick a to. a within tlirv montbi Fditor.) an not aatlaflad. OEOtft r thrtroarhiv mtabi. (Scan, Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO, (Inc.) Chicago, III. fti. if thna4tnT.bratlnff ftiuttl, aucnmatla Vr4.vo" trfour wcH t bearing. pate itttnUon Ilberatr.linproTlooM ,JnfU' I s Wnr y tvyic ne?uie mt, patent dreti ffusnl. kt 4 N bra tMKv 4f fMit4 94cimrr, ib4 bUlfill it wi pini LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Berea, Kly. Ollk-- e You Want GOOD GLASSES at Residence. E. B. McCOY, Dentist, ()! vyas 11 'A A' T TU EM AT ALL. Ilmt arc iiut Ini'lhTly aJJutl tu )ur I kuow It. anil an uctnnlly (lAnKv-nu- . you oitnlit to mow It. I will not attempt to ult Berea, Kentucky. YOU lo Holiday Goods A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. OflUvon Mnhii-trt-ft.l- k!svi joureyrs until 1 Kjvacxamliirtl Inv. Lnoiv wlut I nttilrd. 4 Nice line of Xoreltiea in JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. Matonlc lllrig, uptnln. Glassware CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. 0QQ, Pohtos. Christmas Toys Sterling Silver Novelties Fine Jewelry Musical Instruments Call and Look Proprietor. Ijob Printing Dirt Cheap to li ill kind at very cheip rates simple prices: i j .. . v si 25 500 ...Iline envelopes . 00 500 Killed Note Heads Nothing Bnt Toe of Job printing Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. Here are a tew - We are prpirjl BURTON, The Photographer, DKAI.KU IN AMATKl'lt KIU'1'I.IKS 1 Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Jlerea a xpecialti. GO TO HANSON & 1 . 25 HV witt l"Ty tu putaijt on any nnr oj Ihe n'ow or onin for 'M ernt extni, or on thr wtU htimt iirtttr luunf be btuimmrfUt'ietnUejtm. (11 uifmiuY. Vt'K l'ji((y. or . 500 Hule-- l Letter-head- s 13 lines 500 500 Regular Statements . 500 6x9 Hand bills . . " 500 g x 12 " 500 Business Cards . IJill-hea- 1 25 . . 1 1 1 1 50 50 00 50 PASCO'S Mail orders carefully attended to. irwlr iik at My LIVERY". H. C. JASPER, M. D. Office la STl'DIJNTS' JOB PRINT, Bere.i, Kentucky. Coods MEDICINE and SURGERY, Pnthcr Building, Richmond, Ky Ttlephoot 103 Sc 109 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Nature tn strengthening and the exhausted digestive organs. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonlo. No other preparation can approach It In efficiency. It In stautly relieves and iwrmanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sickneadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,ana allotherresultsof Imporfectdlcestloa. Prtpartd by E. C. D.Witt A Co.. Chicago. DENTAL SUIlOElty. T. A. Robinson, Jeweler and Optician A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Hit tiding, Main Street, Jiiehnioud, Ky. It artificially digests the food and aids recon- Digests what yoa eat. Tclaphonr, Kr.Ulrnra, No 09, ORIcv, No 00. structing BEREA - - KY. J. C. MORGAN, Office Hours, S to ISA. At,, 1 to 3 l M. NhUoiirI Bunk Duildiug X3entaJL Surgery, Richmond, Ky. 8. K. WKI.OH, .IK. , WINTER TERM OPENS DECEMBER 13. BE ON TIME! THE CITIZEN, T. 0. PASCO, Editor and Itanarer. IRREVOCABLE. One tone. And It stent as straight ass poisoned dart To the very core of a true friend's heart. And the beautiful psie of our love was on a time I spoke a word That was hitter of meaning and harsh of I:KIU:A, KF.VTUCICY Whales nro thick on the coast tills yenr. At dand, In Up lands, n shoal of 71 bottle-nose- d s.bilc was driven ashore nnd captured in one dny. It w.m the first time in 4 rears that whales had appeared there, though In former times they sltatnlcd frequently. TlIK don, which ha a population rq in'.inj the combined population of l'.irK l!orin, St. rctoniburcr and limn-- . lis streets, p aced in a row, vtou.d reach round the world, leaving a lit over lonp enough to reach from h union to - largest city In the uorld Is t.on- - fean ALTHOUGH , j adders are rare in most parts of Kntr.nn.l, th. re are peopio Iinruly past middle aire, w tic remember when they were so ee mmon on the south side of Clapman 'ommoti, London, that it wns ncec:ary ti. rut up a warning to children that it was not safe to play on that spot. v.-I- blurred Forevermoro by that word alone. Once on it lime I east a sneer At the small mistake of one I knew. And hit soul, discouraged, let slip the rope That anchored It to the shore of hope. And drifted out on a sea of fear. To waves of failure and winds untrue. Onee on a time I whispered a tnle Tainted with malice, and fur and near It ttew, lo cunt on a spotless name The upas shndeif a hinted shame. And nlierexer it reached It left n trail Across the premise of man u Jrnr. Never that wo2 could be unsaid That lost me. a friendship old and tru-eNever that sneer might be undone That broke tho trust of an erring one Never untold the tale that sped To blight jncl battle a lifetime through. -- U M. Montgomery, In Congregationalism Ir has been found that the pain caused by the Mfnjr of nettles Is duo partly to formic ncld and partly to a chemical resembling snake po!on, Otir uettics are c mparatively harmi'a; but in Inula, Jara and cisewherc there. arc varieties the painful effects of which last weeks, and mi some cases months, like snake b.tcs. Cod right, All &i. rlchis D. rturvel Arrl'ton & Co. Maitrb I.Aiiont is still at Somals near Fountaiuebleau. The Nillet in his back causes him consulcr.it. t suf fering and prevents him standing' ,tp, rirjht. Tlie bullet will only be re moved when it leaves the mosclc to which it at present adheres. In till way it is hoped that n simp e incision in tho skin will s, tllcc to brine; about Its extraction. ' 730 and over must insure his life against sickness and old ape. In 180S there were 11,200,000 persons in Ucrmany thus insured, and so manv of these had pulmonary consumption that 37 of tiio Insurance companies erected at their own expense a sanitar ium for the care of these persons. that Is 18i a law was passed in Germany every ucrnian with an income of official re.ort of a government Inspector of factories for Coburcr-Gotli- a some interesting figures are given as to the labor of children under 14 years. who make buttons, toys, etc., at their homes, lliey work from four and one- quarter to six hours a day, and earn 0 in button making from of a cent to 7 cents; in doll making, from -- ( cents to IS( cents; from work on toys, IX cents to 14 cents. Is an Kfxt year it is expected that Romo will draw as many visitors as the Paris exposition. According to calculations which have been made by the Vatican secretary of state, at least 1,200,000 pilgrims will visit Home an average of 3,000 a day. Tho amount of Peter's pence they will bring is expected to reach 10,003,003, while the amount of iioney they will spend in Italy Is reckoned at 8300,003,000. Ti.no Fa.vi. tho first Chlnesa minister to America ablo to converse in English, has already begun to pay tho penalty for such knowledge. lie has been interviewed by a reporter concerning his opinion of American, women, and, being as yet a stranger to the particular brand of diplomacy needed in such cases, he saia that "gentleness is not Amerlcin quality," and that he prefers the women of China to those of this country. Wis owing to the numbe.1 of accidents which occur each year, that the Main legislature pass a law prohibiting the wearing by hunters clothes, which may bo of mistakeu at a distance for a deer. Ordinary hunting clothes are the worst possible thing for a man to wear in tho northern woods. Accidents have been most frequent, and each year teveral hunters arc killed, often being shot by their friends, who think they see a buff-colore- d It is proposed, deer. (iftKAT Salt lake is receding on account of thu excessive drains made upon it by irrigation enterprises. This lake is not fed by underground streams, but by the Jordan and other rivers, and when the waters of these streams are intercepted for irrigation purposes the water supply of Salt lake is of course diminished, so that th evaporation, which is constantly going tn, Is not made by a new supply. In time it looks as if the lake would only be a bed of dry salt. The German emperors possess n, family charm, which, of course, they prefer to call a talisman. It is a black stone, which is said to bo handed down by each dying emperor from his deathbed to his successor and has a putative origin curious even among charms. According to a legend, tho stone was dropped by a huge, black toad on tho bed coverlet of a princess of the family, who had Just given birth to a son. The father of Frederick the Great had the stone mounted as a ting. There are documents relating to It In the archives and the present kaiser always wears It on all great occasions. A Fine In Japan is exciting. The Japanese seem to lose their heads In tho presence of the tire demon. The people move from the houses whero tho fire breaks out into the next, then to uiiotlici, and so ou until tho, flro is ov-- t, the united families moving from house to house with great nonchalance, A man dancing on his root with a paper fire god Is supposed to avert the danger and no man Is more surprised than he, when, In spite of the Ure god, the house Ignites and In a moment roof nnd man fall together. In three days the houses are uud t.ll traces gt fire removed. ccoj-plcto- ly ro-V- C1IAITKK XIV. GUOnQE OF AMDOISE. I should mention that before retiring I hnd obtained from the landlord a Isntliorn, which I had carefully tilled with oil anil trimmed under my otvn cyca. Hold ins this in my hand I ascended the ladder leading to tho chamber, or rather loft, I was to occupy, and on gaining my point I placed it on the lloor. near the opentnr; by which the ladder led into the room, and so directed the light that its glare passed downwards, and up to the entrance of the stables, Icav ing the sides of the stables in darkness, nl though my own room was bright enough J his was a precautionary measure, as it would discover anyone attempting to come in by tho stable entrance, which had no door, and would enable me at any time to sec to rush down quickly to the aid Jacopo, shouid he need it. I dclmtcd a short while as to whether I should undros for the night; hut so little did I like the looks of the (dace, which was more like a house of call for bravos than anything I had seen, that did nothing beyond removing my boots, and Hinging myself as I was on the vile Iruckle-beI in the room. placed my drawn sword at my side and sought to sleep, struggling resolutely to get this, desipte the legions of inhabitants the bed contained, who with one jeeord hil lied forth to feast upon me. Hut sleep I "as determined to have, ns I had work lor to morrow, ami, knowing Jacopo to own sharp ryes and quick ears, felt no scruple about getting my rest, dctennining, however, to make it up the next day to my knave for his vigil, which 1 was sure would be faithfully kept. Finally, despite the attack of my enemies, I dropped off into a light slumber. nhich lasted for two or three hours, when I was startled by hearing a shrill whistle, the cltati of swords, the kicking and plunging ot the horses, and Jacopo's voice shouting out uy name. I woko up at once, with all my wits about me, and on the instant ran down tho ladder, sword in hand, imrryini more by nccidaak tliar. design a cut that was made at me by some one as I descended. As I touched the ground two men darted out of the door and ran across the half- mined yard in front of the stables. A third, in horn 1 recognized as Jacopo, was about to follow, but 1 held him back by the shoulder, having no mind to run risks around On his ruht cheek he wore a black tkitch. dark comers whilst I had my letter to de- placed as if to hide the scar of a wound, al though Ins complexion wns as delicate as if liver. Jacono yielded to me very unwilling ly, and in an answer to my hurried inquiry the sun had never touched it. In his ears gave me an account of the affair which had he wore earrings, an affectation of female adornment hateful to me, nnd the lingers of teen as bucf as it was noisy. Waen your worship retired, said he. his small right hand, wlmh he held un "leaving the lantliorn to so conveniently gloved, were covered with rings. The hilt light up the stable entrance, I had another of his rapier, too, peeping from under the look at the horses, and then settled myself lolds ot his gay cloak, was created with jew down on that heipof straw yonder, my back cts, and altogether it seemed as if I coulJ to the wall aid my sword in my right hand. have nothing to fear from this painted lily, So an hour, or may be two parsed, and then who looaed more fitted to thrum a lute in a I heard vo'c-eoutside, and some one swear lady's bower than have aught to do with the 1 therefore loosed my ing at the light. Oh ho! says I to myself. stir of the times. there's a about, and I remained glance from bun with some contempt and on the alert, not thinking it worth while to turned to his companion, who was robed as give tongue then. After awhile the voices an abbe, and evidently in a sour middle age, dropped away and, excellency, I am sorry, ilia features were bolder than those of his but I must have slipped oft into a doze, nnd companion, but distinctly those of the beshrcw me! II J did not dream I was canaille, and there was nothing in them in aboard that cursed ship again, and being any way remarkable. Nevcitheless, I thought it well to be on made to play once more. I therefore made haste to awaken, and as I the watch, knowing that a dagger thrust is opened my eyes heard a crackling noise out easily sent home, and there was the cer side. I rose slowly and crept tnwaids the tainty, too, that the fact of my coming to entrance, and just as I reached within th ree Home with a letter was known to the Medici lect of it a iMiullMl of pebbles wus thrown plotters in Floicnce, and evidently it was n, nnd one o( the horses stoned a bit. The their object to frustrate its delivery. What stones were dearly flung from outside to see puzzled me, however, was that the look the If anyone was awake; but, of course, I made ) ouug miu directed to me was not unfriendno sign, and the next minute two men ap ly, and it struck me that if I could only hear peared at the open entrance. I gave a whis- his voice it might give me some clew toaiec- tle to route your honor, and went at them at cguition. The two had cornea little between once and your excellency knows the rest." me and the door, and I was just about to In the morning my henchman was anxious contest the place with a view of forcing their to know if I meant to takeuny steps with hands if possible, when the door was flung regard to the attempt at robbery last night. open and the same age who had taken my I was well enough inclined, but determined name appeared and called out: to let the matter rest until my business was "Signor Donati, his eminence awaits you." done, and for the present said I would reAs the door opened there was a general main content with the satisfaction that we movement towards it. Hut the cry of the had saved our steeds and throats, lly the page in a moment arrested the crowd, turntime I finished breakfast, Jacopo, who hnd ing the look of anticipation on the fnces of already taken a meal, hud saddled the horses all to one of disappointment, and a loud and was holding them ready for our de- murmuring arose against my being so faparture. I summoned mine host, but at first vored, i lost not a second in stepping forcould obtuiti no view of him. Finally on my ward, and in doing so purposely brushed thicat to depart without settling my score against the young man near to me, turning he appeared with bis arm hound up in a round as I did so with a somewhat brusque sling. As he was unwounded the evening "lly your leave, sir." I fully expected that before, I made no doubt but that he wns ho would resent my rudeness and make one of the two who had visited us last night, tome speech, but he merely bowed his head but said nothing, merely remarking, as I with a courteous inclination, showing a set paid my account, that the love of horseflesh of small and cu-- teeth as he smiled under frequently bi ought people into trouble, lie his blond mustache. I was a little put out did not seem to appreciate the remark, and hy the failure of my plan, hut the next Inscowled at me, at which I bade him begone, stant the door closed behind me, and at any ind to thank his stars that his house was rate the letter to the cardinal was safe, oud not pulled about his cars. lie did not at- my task was as good as accomplished. 1 followed tempt ouy reply, but slunk off, and, inwardthe page, therefore, with an ly resohing to clear out this nest of scorequal mind, and, lifting a curtain, which fell 1 rode pions from Home ot the first chance, in heavy folds at the end of the passage, snit of the gate, followed by Jacopo, and we where a couple of gorgeous lackeys stood, he directed our vy towaids the 1'ontv B. callol out "Messer Donati," an I than I had not tho least idea wlnre his stepped aside to let me pass. I entered the eminence of Itoucn was staying, but made room with a firm step and saw before me a pertain it would be somewhere in the liorgo, large, but apartment. In ind that once I had leached the papal quar- a lounge chair near a small table, on which ter I should find no- difficulty in my search was set out a light repast, was a man whom for D'AmboSse and la delivering to hint I at onoo guessed to bo the cardinal. Us Klachiavelh's letter. wore b purple robe, and the barettlos or As I went on I began to feel nervous, in small skull rap, which covered the tonsure pita of myself, as to what the results of my on his head, allowed his short gray hair, interview with the cardinal would be, and which curled naturully, to be seen around it. whether it would end iu the further employ-Beat- , Under the cap I saw square, resolute face which tie secretary had distinctly with keen black eyes, and a full but kindly " aid it would. 1 Lad 'son to doubt, tooutii, lie was just puttjr; cjowo glass pood-sire1 1 neatly-curled night-hawAn-clplainly-furnishe- hWever, and It was with a hopeful mind that I trotted un the I.unio Tavcre. Near tin' statues of I'cter i.nd Paul, on the bridge, was A guardhouse, occupied at th time by a detachment of Spanish Infantry and to these mrh I Addressed myself inquir ing where the cardinal of Itouen was staying. I was told, at onee, that his eminence was lodging in the new palace of Cardinal opposite the Seortui Cavalli, and that my best way wns to turn to the left on cross ing the bridge, nnd then to the right at the junction of the liorgo San Dpirito and the liorgo aan Michelc. Ilestowing my thanks and a larncsse on the men lor their kindness, 1 went on at L'ailop, congratulating myself on the ease with w hicii the difliculty was solved, and in a (cw minutes had crossed the Piazza Sconui t'uvalli, nnd was before the residence of the tin (ltri.il. At the time I seak of it was not quite finished, but still habitable, and had been tented by Monsignore d'Amhoic, as hong conveniently near the Vatican, On entering the courtyard I dismounted and, giving my horse to Jacopo to hold, as cended the steps and boldly announced my self as an urgent messenger who had busi ncss with his eminence. I wns ushered by page into a reception-roomand, early as the hour was, there were a considerable number of people already in Attendance, awnitin tho morning levee. Here I was left to cool my heels for a little time, the spruce page informing me that the rnrdinal was engaged at breakfast, hut that he would tell him of my coining, nnd asked my name. 1 hesitated lor a moment, hut decided to keep the name of Donati which I had assumed, and gave that, adding that I was the bonier of an urgent dispatch to the cardinal, which I must deliver with my own hands, i'he joung mnn then left me, as I have said, and taking a good position near the entrance door to the adjoining room, I leaned back against the wall and awaited my summons was of noble propor The reception-rootions, oblong in shape, the ceiling being supported by two pillars of veined marble, which, although they diminished the size of the chamber, had a good edect. The marble Mooring, arranged in a iatchnork of black and white, was lure of all furniture, and, as the room gradually filled, the con stant moving of feet, the sound of which rang sharply on the stone, made It appear ns if a lot ot masons hammers were at work, I let my eyes wander over the groups as they stood or moved about, wondering if by chance I should see anyone I knew; but they were all strangers to me, mostly French men, with a lair sprinkling of priests nmomrst them. I hey were one and all try' ing to jostle past each other, so as tocsin as clow .i Msition as osible to the entrance door, near to which stood; and as I watched this with some little amusement I heard u whicr in my ear, and, glancing round, beheld a man standing near me in a doctors lobe, holding a heavily-bounmi nl in his hand. I saw in a moment it was Corte, and he whispered in a low- - vo.ee "Do not look round at present, but near the (Hilar to your right are two men, one drcsM-half in cloth of gold, nnd they arc more interested in jon than you think. I overheard a snatch of conversation they aro moving this way. Hy your leave, signore, raising his voic- -, he attempted to push by me, and, catching the hint his last words had thiown out, I answered, loudly: "First come, firii sened, learned doctor. and you must bide your turn. I am a man of tieace, and therefore yield." Corte moved oil, and I was free to look round me. I saw that Corte s little piece of acting, to which I had risen, was due to tho fact that the man in the cloth of gold and his companion were edging nearer to us, and at the time were barely six feet off. Kesting my hand lightly on the hilt of my sword I looked the two full in the face. but could make nothing of them. The one who wore a jerkin of gold cloth met my look for an instant, and then dropped his eyes, a faint Hush rising to his cheek. I saw that be was a young man of a singularly handsome countenance. A short, mus tache fell over his upper lip and mouth, hut there was no sign of a beard on the small and rounded chin, which wasclcanlvshaten. , Cor-i.et- o, of vemaccla as 1 came in, and f caught the purple glitter of the sapphire ring he wore In token ol his rank, as he set down the glass. He was not alone, for, leaning against tho window and caressing the head of an enormous wolf hound, was a splendidly-dressecavalier, who looked up as I came In, and 1 saw At once it was llaysrd. 1 kept my eyes away from him, however, and advancing straight tuwards the cardinal placed the letter before him without a word. D'Amholse looked at tho seals carefully, and then taking a small jsde-hilteknife from tho labia ripped open the envelope and ran his ure quickly over the letter. As he did so not a muscle of his fsce moved to show-hothe contents stirred him, and when he hsd finished lie held it out st arm's length, saying: "My dear Bayard, what do jou think of llaysrd made a step forwanl to take the letter, and in doing this our eyes met, and he frankly held out his hand. I rould hardly believe it when saw It eitended towards me. My breath came thick and fast, and thr whole room swam around. The man was the soul of honor, the noblest knight in Christendom; he had seen my trial, nay, he had been one of my judges, and he offered me his hand! He must hold me guiltless, I fell. "My lord!" I rather gasped than spoke as 1 took his grasp, but, seeing my emotion, he put in: "Sit down, eavalicre. His eminence will forgive me for disposing of a seat in his house we are more than old friends." He placed his hand on my shoulder and forced me to a est, whilst D'Amboise, still holding the letter in his hand, looked at us with a puzzled air. "St. Dennis!" he exclaimed. "What does this mean, llayard!" "It means, your eminence, that this is a gallant gentleman who has been most bawly used; but pardon me the letter." He took the letter from the cardinal's hands snd read it quickly, whilst I sat still, with emotions in my heart I cannot describe, and D'Amboise glanced from one to another 1 s with a look on his keen face, llayard finished his perusal in a few seconds, and, laying the letter on the table, said: "Nothing could be better. We should be prepared for action, although there is yet plenty of time. I wonder how in the world the Florentine got wind of this!" "Oh, he has long ears. We shall, however, want a good sword, and if all that the secretary write is true we have got it in your thief friend the Cavahere Donati. In fact. Machi- - you." "Quite right," said D'Amboise, "but Sa vrlli! Is this the Savelli of the Arcxzo affair, llayard!" llayard nodded assent, snd the cardinal continued, turning to me. "Then, sir, I have heard your story, and you have more friends than you thick. Hut of this, later on. Were you not al Fornovo!" i es, I replied, wondenng what the car dinal's speech meant. Ciel! 1 made out your patent of et. La rare myself. What could have made Tre- - avelli suggests him for the task." "My name, your eminence, Is not Donsti," I here put in, "but Savelli. When misfortune otertook me I changed my name; but 1 see do lesson for hiding the truth from he said, "send tbe Abbe Le CUr kJ 4 gentlemen to me; After that you will please inform the steward that apartments are to be prepared at once for M, Donsti. who is here." The page bowed And vanished, And, as I rose to a wait the coming of the suite, the cardinal went on with a smile: "Messieurs In the anteroom are doubtless getting im pstlent; we must mske haste to receive As he said theso words a cray them. hslred priest entered, bearing on a cushion the scarlet hat of a prince of thochurch, and following him half a dozen gentlemen and grooms of the chamber. 1 ho cardinal rose, and, leaning on the arm of llayard, walked slowly towards the door. Clerc bore the hat Immediately Ixforo him. and the rest of us formed a queue behind. As wo camo to the door it was Hung open hy two lackeys in a blue and silver livery, who shouted out. "My lord Cardinal wAy way." Wo passed Into the room where the people wero irranged In two rows, and D'Amboise walked down the line, bowing lo one, exchanging a word or two with another, until he came opposite Corte. The doctor dropped to his knee, and, presenting his book, solicited the cardinal's Inlluence to obtain from him an audience with the pope, to whom he desired to dedicate his work. "Ferte!" said the cardinal. "Why not go to his eminence of Strignnia Imoks are more in his line than well, we shall see we shall see." He passed on, and the next group that caughlhiseye was that of the young stranger in the cloth of gold and his coinuinion. As the cardinal approached, tho young man drew a letter from his vest and presented it with a low bow. D'Amholse tore it open and glanced over the contents. "Diable!" he cxrlsimcd, "from Mine, de la Tremouille herself. See here, llayard, the duchess writes, introducing her friend the Chevahcre St. Aruande 1 know not Hie house." "We are of I'irardy, your eminence." The oice was singularly sweet and soft, and a strange And undefinable resemblance in its tones to some other voice I had heard struck me, but 1 could not fix upon anything. "The duchess says you are ant'?us to serve; would It not hsve been easier tt send you to the duke?" St. Armande looked round with a heightened color, and then replied, speaking in tho same low, soft tones: "If your eminence will kindly read the letter you will (wrceive that ray desire was to see something of the court o( Home before joining the duke." D'Amboise glanced at tie letter again, and an odd smile assed over his fare. "I see," he added, "the ostscript My dear chevalier, Mme. de la Trcmoille'e requests are commands to me. If you will do me the honor of joining my suite 1 shall I delighted. Permit me to introduce you to the CavAlicre Donati, who is also a new friend." I bowed and extended my band, and St. Armande placed his within mine. It was small and delicate aa a woman's, and as clssped it for a moment it felt as chill And cold as death. I TO nu COKTIXCEn.l e 1 "He That Any Good Would Win" Should htvt good httlth. Tiirf, rich NooJ h the first rttuistte. Hood's SArsirjLrilU. by pMn good blood And good ixjktth, its htlotd nuny a nun to success, besides giving strength and course to womtn tvho, before t.xktna it, could not ei7i see Any good in life to tvin. Remember effaced SaUabai t t, ,, , -- ,, .TyrrVTi-.- i EFFORT WAS WASTED. Ta Told Ills Han a Mer I.IHIe Story .Mornl, Hut It Was with I'na vnlllnir. genI overheard a couple of tlemen relating their extieneme In domeitie ago. One of tlirni said affairs a few lists his boy was Inclined to devote too much of his time to sthletie siwrts and neglect Im studies, while the other found his boy devoting his rnrrgira tn mauler half a dozen different lmmril instruments, which was thr raiue of his neglecting duties atigncd linn tn perform. "I took the loy anide," said the parent, "and told him the following story A gtars. hopper wasted all the cheerful dtysol sumthe lirlds and mer skipping gs)1y almut while the piudent snt enjoying Iiiiiim-I- , improved each hour hy gsthrrini; fixxt ami storing tt sway When wintrr ratne, and the thermometer registered in the ieinity of zero, the grasshopper spprosihcd the ant for the loan of provisions "Hut the ant said: 'What were you doing all summer?' 'Oh, singing and dancing, aid the grsialmpiier. "0 It, well, chop Ice now,' said the ant, so the hungrv graaihotf per went away and drnped dead from cold 1 thought the moral of the and hunger. story was too plsin far me to male further and as I was almtit to leave it comment, with him to think it over the little fellow looked up and said: 'That's all right, pa, but there seems lo be just as nuny grasshoppers,' ' There was nothing more to say." Wa terville (Me.) Mail. 111 "How women do lose to stare at a hem!' said the Cynical Youth. "Yep," arnteI the Hsvsge Itatlielor "Thst is one reason why they always Mock to weddings." Journal. and Fever Is a hottln of (Shove's Tssrri.rss Cult l, Tonic. Ills simply irunuudqulnliiela utusteles form Not urn nop)' i'rlep,W. The Ural I'rearrliillon for Chills Fashion may rome and fashion may go, but the iduigrnt father of several daughters right on fores il pa) tug large millinery Eoes Chicago l)i,th. a ('aid la tin tmr Take laxative Drnmo Oulnino Tablets. All drupgisla rvf uud money if It falls to cure. USo. Ta i urr MUSIC OF THE SIERRAS. Ta Quiet Hsiilorer of Hears t'lrnly of A successful man is one who attracts so much attention in the that prop! consent to abuse Liui Atcli.tuii (i.obe. nil ,lnr's Melody. h Mountains I placed tbe Utter before blm wlt&out a word mouille act as he did I do not know, and he is ss obstinate aa a mule, llayard. I know all about this gentleman, and your testimony to his worth convinces me that what I have heard is correct. 1 could never believe the story myself." .My lords, you may doubt: but the world- -" Will yet come round to you. eavalicre." said llayard. and added: "Your eminence could not have a letter sword for your pur- iose than that ol il. di tsavellf here, provided ho will accept tlie task." I will accept anything from you. my lords," I sjid. dood, said D Amboise, "now let me tell you how you stand. Acting doubtless on the advice of friends, Mine d'Fntranguea wrote to me a full account of tho affair, which ended so badly for you, and explained fully her husband's treachery. This she begged me to forward to I remouille with a view of eating your sentence altered. A you have just been made aware, I have some Knowledge of you, and it was a thousand pities to see a sword, which hsd served f ranee well, turned away. I laid the matter before tho duke, but he replied to say he could take no action. 1 lie duchess, who is my cousin, has also used her influence, but to no pnrjiose, for Tremouille stirs his porridge with his own hand, and does not care It it burn or not, as long as he stirs it him self. We could get the king's pardon for you, and aa a last resource that might be done, for I like as little to be thwarted as His Grace of l remouille; but that will raise you up a strong enemy In the duke, and It will not kill the story you see. 1 do, your eminence. How csn J tbsnk you!" "I do not want your thanks, ravaliere: but France wants your sword. Your only wsy is to do a signal serviee f or r ranee, and after this the matter is easy. Tremouille is generous, and it would want but a little pressure to make him rescind his sentence apparently of his own accord, provided you could do what Iluvesaid. Strange how fate works!" I remained silent, snd 1) Amboise went on ; ' touch a service it is possible for you to do, and I will put it in your way. I cannot at present give you details, aa they have to Lo discussed with the secretary, who will shortly be in Home. This much, however. I cuu tell you; get together a few good men, ou doubtless can lay your hands on them, nd be ready. You will no doubt want funds. but they will be arranged for. In the meantime you may consider yourself as attached to my suite a moment," he continued, as 1 was about to pourout my thanks, "you hsd better for the present call yourself Donsti. I know something of the history of Iloman families, and your name would not smell well to the Chit i and Colonna. and remem ber the Tiber is very deep." He touched a small handbell as be concluded, sud tb page Appeared, "JMaure." Tpwn Topics. n lore, sitting still here and there for hours or days, aa their genius directs, find no hack of inhabitants in these mountain marmlous, and they come to them gladly. Not to mention the large animals or the small Insect people. every waterfall fiai Its ourcl, and every tree It squirrel, or tnmlas, or bird tiny nuthatch threading the furrows of tlie Wirk, cheerily whispering to Itself os Jt deftly pries olt loose scales nnd examine tho curled edges of lichens, of Clarke crow, or jay, examining the aEAN5ES cones or some singer oriole, tanager, wirbler, resting, feeding .attending to domestic affairs. Hawks ami rnglcs sull otcriiend ami grouse walk In happy nocks Dciow, and the pong sparrow sing In every bed of cbaparruL There is uo crowding, to be sure. Unlike tlie low eastern trees, those of the Hlerra in Ure main forest belt average nearly 200 feet in height, and of courwe ninny Urdu are required to make much of a show in them, nnd many volcrn to fill them. N'eterUicleas, the vtliole range bv tne oetsviMt - maht o ey from foothills to snowy summits Is Blmken Into sonff every summer, and tJioug-l- i low and thin in winter, tho music never ccasca, John Mulr, In At fciaunsusjss4's nx omtomL lantic. American Uema. American precious stones nro ot mora importance tlmn is generally known to those not connected with the "llotli my tvlln mid iiiyseiriiavebeeB OsIuk CASCAItl.TS and they are the best trade. The Maine tourmalines are medicine we bare eter hsd in the house. Last in color, the llthlu emerald of wssli my wits was frsntlo with headache for twodsys. she tried somo of yourCASCAHKTH, North Carolina has never been found in and ther relieved the pain In her hesd almost any other country, nnd the Iteryls of Immediately, We both recommend Cascareta' Cllta krttivti-.iii- i Connecticut are of a 11 no golden vol-loPittsburg Sate & Deposit Co, Pittsburg, Pa California chrysoprnso resembles Chinese jadcltc, a benu-tlfthe apple-greeCANDY roso quartz comes from South Dakota, and a largo quantity ot rough Montana snp'.ilrcs is sent to London to be cut. The main part of the world's mipply ot turquoises Is obtained In New taaoi i Mexico. No doubt tho new possessions will add to the American production of genii, a business ns yet In Its Infancy. .!4l?nt- - I'slstabls, St. Louis flood, hicssd, Wssseu. or Or"i" !&.; eK! ... CURB OON0TIPATION. ... True, Hut Awful. """ s" C....r.lw.ts Ma.lr.al. I.w Tart. WJ First Newspaper Header (In smok-Jn- g compartment) I hear they have MtMO.IAO W.4.?jdsA"?lttta- h all nearly reached those poor miners whe were entombed by that explosion. Second Newspaper Header Yes, "N'ON they have lia'pennytrated the wall of S3 & rock, oil Worth S4 to $6 compared I You mean ThlrdNewspaperReader Iniliirartl or over penetrated. al 1,000, ,000 wei reri tart Second Newspaper Reader No, I V I, Thm ntnutn hiv don't. They're only half way through. OoujUt ha ma nj price f Himimi on buiiom lake Ally Sloper. no lUDftmuit Wined to Your dcalci at rood. A Metatuorpfaasls, thmill krtr Ihtm-l- tj not. wi will lend a cir Jack Miss Ramsey is getting gray. on rtct iixoi unct, miu Dick Now sbe will bo blue. kin J ol taihfr. ilif. and width, pUta o lta". V31Wau Jack O, no; now she will be blond r ' Ta Travelers In the Sierra forests usually complain of their wont of life, especially of birds. "The trees," they soy, "are fine, but the empty stillness is deadly; tltere are nounlmnls to bese-rc- . no birds. We have not hriird n song Is nil the "oods." And no vtomler, going In large parties with mules and horses, making so much noise, dressed In out landish, unnatural colors, every nni inal shuns them. Kvcn the frightened pinrei would run auoy if they oould. lint .Snture lovers, detotit, silent, open ryexl, alert, looking nud listening with Kidneys, Liver and Bowels the System Acts gently on the ,TSB.c,IlcT& (auivrniaITg,Syi?vp(s HEM AGUE aiobe-Democra- t. Am W. L. DOUGLAS 3.50 SHOES urn ii W. U DQUGUS eiW W.( SrockUa, Ms STILL IN HID'NG. l'ml Irnt of Fllfplo Congress Surre n tlcm to the American (irnrral. I a Thlnf of th o( Ihslr Congrats Cup Young u Hard Arise KEEPING THE SABBATH. IT IS A. BEAUTY. . flllll ! llio llolitl (Internment i'aat-tleiulisr lii',l-ll- a. III Inaiirgsnt lltninl Manila. Nor. 2.Y lUutUU. prral ili'titof dm Filipino congress, present ed himself to lien. MacArlliur Friday nml formally renounced nil f urthercon tii'rtlon with the Insurrection, lie rrsa one of the Influential Filipinos who hesitated nt the beginning of the war at to which side on which to cut hit his hit lie nil offered n judge hlp of the supremo court, but declined. He now announces that he desire to accept the poiltlon and says the Filipino congress and cabinet are scattered, nerer to reaitembte, Some of the members, he adds, hare returned to their homes, whllo othera arc lining for safety. Many of the congressmen hare rralgned and he be- llctro the Filipino soldiers will Isy down their arm erery where as aoon na they Irani the truth. N AsiiiMiin. Nor. 3 Gen. Otla summarise the situation In Luton In a dUpatch to the war department Fri day: .Manila. Not. H. -- Claim to gorern nictit by Insurgents can be made no longer under any Action; Ita treaiurer, secretary Interior and prealdent of congress In our hand; Iti prealdent and remaining cabinet ofllcrr In hiding evidently In different central Luzon prorluccs; Ita general aud troop In ainall band scattered through theae province acting a banditti or ills- lTcd plnylug the role of "aralgo1 with arm concealriL Indication are that Aguinaldo did not rtcspo through the line of l.awton or Whratoo. but lied westward from llayambong rail way atatlon. Oris. Mamla.Not.S.V Senor Ituencamino, a former member of the so called cabinet of Aguinaldo, hat been brought to (.en. Otis a prisoner on board the transport Hrutus. lie had sought refuge In a village near San Fabian with Agulnaldo't mother and aon. The natives discluted his Identity to Ma J. (' nln, who captured him. Gen. Young Is still In the mountains on the trail of Aguinaldo. A Spanish corporal captured by the Filipino has arrived here from Tar- lac He says he aaw Aguinaldo, ac rompaulrd by a prominent leader and men. arrive at liayambang during the night of November 13, hatless, hit clothes torn and spattered with mud and his horse exhausted. Aguinaldo, It appears, rested a short time, seemed anxious, consulted with his companions and the villagers as. to the nature of the roads. secured fresh horses and proceeded Im mediately toward Mangalarem in province, west of liayambang. The corporal tells a straight story, giving minute details, lie It convinced he it not mistaken, having teen Fan-gnsin- Aguinaldo several times during recent months. Aguinaldo It appears, would hare had lime to leave llarambang November 13, and past through Gen. Whcaton'a line November 17. VIEWED THE REMAINS M r l)rt Sir rrliUal ttui ( lha CaRla. I'ATcnsoy, N. J, Nor. At Car nj Thoatand th 0sd Upon th of A ralnl-In- S.V. roll hall Friday afternoon the remains of Vice Frosldcnt llobart lay In state and the public had an opportunity to view them. 5,000 persons were lu the Lines were formed by a squad of police but the force was entirely too small to maintain any semblance of order. Women were largely In the majority, Thry included all classes, and nit had the same opportunity to take a last look nt the face of Mr. llo- Fully street'. the throngs filed Into the hall leading to the library excitement appeared and women fainted on the porch, nml at one time half ndoten lay Insensible on tho lawn, but were revived. At the cofllu there was a fainting ccne. A woman about "0 years old, after gazing on the face of the dead sice president, stood at the coflln as though trnusfixed. Then the screamed and fell forward into the arms of a She was placed In a chair pollccmnu. mid revived. It was estimated that fully l'J.OUO persons saw the remains In the four hours they were exposed to view. Thousauds more would havo seen them If the time had permitted. As bart. (lues In llilna lor III UrTKn Sandusky, O., IV If. Nov. 2S. Henry Lee, a Chinaman, after conducting a laundry in this city for five years, hat left for China, where ou January 13, 1000, he will marry a lady to whom ho has been engaged since he was but six years of age. Tomutr Vtt Ool th IlscUloaw Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 55. Tommy West was given the decision over Frank Craig, known as the Harlem Coffee Cooler, at the end of Wo fourteenth round of what was to have been a !5 round bout at catch weights before the llroadway night. athletic club Fndsy Oppotad to too osallna; of Itousrls. LaCmhbe, Wit., Nor, 33. Congressman J. J. Esch, of this city, has declared himself opposed to teatlu; Hoberts, of Utah. bringing in shrines:" Into the and Into the other walled towns. "Wine, grapes and llga:" For storage and snle. This required n Inrge working force, and tempted the people to buy and trade on the babbath. 3. Ily the ordinary business and trnf (lc through foreigners, who had no care for the Sabbath. V. 1R. "There dwelt men of Tyre alto therein:" That la, In the city, Jerusalem. Devoted to com merce, they had formed a little settle ment In Judea for the sale of their mer chandise, fish (they were a maritime people) and other things. Prof. Toy, "Sold on the Sabbath unto the chil dren of Judah," who sverc so contam inated by their heathen neighbors as to yield to the temptation to bus. The Erll Effects of Bobbath-llreak- Ing. V. 17. "What evil thing Is this that ye do?" What they did was rs 11 for themselves and for their children. III. Nehemlah Makes a Sablmth lie form. Vs. First. Hp reproved the leaders. Jle illtl not rrpros e the weak and let the rich and atrongdo as thry would. V. 17. "I contended:" Argued and used bis official authority. "With the nobles:" The higher classes, the people of prom inence and influence, who were the most to blame, since they had better knowl edge and fuller control of their time, and who could have the most Influence In favoring or opposing the reform Second. He warns them from their own past history. V. 18. "Did not your fathers thus?' Whr was Jerusalem destroyed? 'Where had the nation been carried Into captivity? Why were thry now weak and poor nnd scattered? Let the prophets answer. One reason was that their fathers hnd refused to obey God's Sabbath laws. A broken Sablmth, was the answer (Jer. 17:27; Kick. 10: 13. See also Isa. 58:13, 14). Third. He Exercises His Authority. V. 10. "Ilegan to be dark before the Sabbath:" At sunset of the preilous day, hrcnuse their Sabbath hrgnn then. Ihe gates should be shut us usual, only they "should not be opeurd till nfter the Sabbath." "My servants set 1 at the gates:" His own armed whom he could trust. "That there should be no burden brought In:" "Foot passengers were, no doubt, al lowed to enter nnd leave the city on the Snbhnth." Pulpit Com. V. 10. "So the merchants:" Not believing that the command would be strictly enforced. "Lhdgcd:" Camped outside fbe walls, waiting for the gates to be opened on Sabbath morning, as formerly. V, SI. I testified against them:" Jtebuklng, commanding. V.22. "I commanded the Lerltes:" The "I.evltes" would be more appropriate keepers of the city gates on the Sabbath day than his tenants. tor whom he, no itoubt, had other uses. The Lerltes were therefore ordered to 'cleanse, themselves" that Is. to purify themselves from ceremonial unclean-nesand come and attend to guarding the gates on the 6abbath day as a reli gious duty, as Indeed It was; for It was to sanctify the Sabbath day, to keep It sacred, to save It 'from violation nnd profanation by the trafficking of the people. Frof. Toy. Ham's Horn YVrlaklr. Growth makes the glad Christian. The engine may be built In n day. but It takes years to perfect the mglneer. God may deny you many toys, but He will certainly give you the kingdom. There was more dancing over the golden calf than over two tables of stone. A man Is best known by what he does when he thinks nobody Is looking at lwdy-guard, s, uoi.UKN itememcer trie Bto Mi I bath day to Keen It holr.-K- x. II RAD Nehtmlsh II, and compare taalah M: Jeremiah 171 ll:CT. or II rears about after the Isat leaaon, aummer or early au tumn (II: 11) of U. C. 12 or 427. TUB INTKHVAU-Nehem- tah remained at Jerusalem II year, from the twentieth year of Arlairrxes (2: I), II. C, III. to the d year (111 ), II. C. 4U. Then h waa recalled. II was In I'sral aomi years, perhaps five, but returned before IS. U. IIS, Ihe year Arlaxeriea died, for he re turned liy permlaslon of that king (II; () I'l.ACH. Jerusalem and vicinity. MAI.ACIIt, Ihe laal of Ihe propheta, places to thl period. Prof. him "ahorlly before, or during Nehemlah'a second villi. EXI'LANATOnr. I. The Floodgates of Evil Are Opened. Vs. The reforms of Ne- hrmlah accomplished great things nnd made an era In the progress of the kingdom of God. Hut, as In all revivals and reforms, there followed a reaction, especially on the part of those who were curried along by the current of popular feeling, hut were not really chnngrd In heart. Doubtless the reaction began during the 12 yrsrs before Nehemlah was recalled to Persia; but doubtless In his absence, and after the death of Ezra, those who had been silenced and subdued by their presence took courage to return to their evil rourses, to that a deluge of sins rushed in upon the nation like an overwhelm Ing torrent, carrying away the barriers of law and religion and covenants and promises. II. Undermining the Kingdom of God Vs. Through Sabbath-Hreakln1J. "In those days:" During Nehe iniah's second visit to Jerusalem, while making the other reforms. "Saw I:" He dhi not depend on hearsay, but ex amlned for himself nnd found the facts. Three Forms of Ksbbath-Ilreakln1. Working on their farms and keep ing their laborers at work. "In Ju dnli:" In the country around Jerusa letn. "Treading wine presses on the Kabbath:" The wine presses ssere large sats into which the grapes were placed and the juice trodden out by the feet of men. "Ilrlnglng In sheaves:" Gathering their harsrata and bringing them Into the city. Ily transporting their goods. "And TIMK.-rroba- lalrrnatloaal I. I, l.eaana far Dee. 8, lOftO-TNehemlah IftilS-X- J Memory Vs. JI1T. (flprclally Arranged from rdoubtt'a Notts. eat, tkxt !, lily 1 thirty-secon- lrler 7 g fits-- , The Secret Service hs Jut unearthed another band of counterfeiters and i ecu red a large quantity of bogus bill, which art to cleverly executed that th svsragt person would naver mttieel lhm nt li(n ,mi.ii Thine of great valut art alwayi aetected for 1 The sword, costing tl,000, which was Imitation, notably Hottetter'i Stomach Hit- Fun-tona many imitaiors nut no equals icrs, wnicn presented to Ilrlg. Gen. Frederick by the people of Kansas Is n beau- for ditnrder like indigeitinn, djripepiia, 1 nervoumcM snd general debility. tiful work of nrt. The pommel of the He that rtrivaf llii'.nn. k,.n.n tt. tword Is encircled by n wreath of oak Deck of the bottle. leaves and surmounted by nn American A I. Illl Too Soon. fC ingle. The grip Is of sterling silver. Via the Sanla Fe Route. A profcMor wa going to riperimant with Die guard Is formed of a female figure, laughing git when he overheard a atudtnt Tlirer Ume n week from Chicago In full relief, bearing n wrrnth of laurel lay that it he tint Kanait:itr. ert lelerted for a tubtect he T AaI I 111.'- 1 J s Twice a week from St. Taut and ind n torch. On the broad portion of would take advantage of hi tuppord coma stomach Isbid.vour liver outof Tour tell the nrofrnor what lie jlf liniicapuli. ihe back of the gunrd la the sent of the toWhen the cIsm met the thoutht of him. order. Ayer'a Pills will clean your anprofejsor fl One a week from St. itiU and itate of Kansas, and on the front the nounced that he would like, for thepurpoirt tongue, cure your dyspepsia, make IS liualun, monogram F. F. made of diamonds. of illustration, to adminmtrr the in to aome your liver right. Easy to take, easy Improteil In C 1111111111 The guard terminates In n sunflower, member of the clam. Forthwith this Itu to operate, isc. aii druggists. tourist sleeping cars. 1 dent volunteerrd. rietter thnn ever lforr, t lowett the center of which Is a carved topaz. gsn luilli wa connected with his The possible rate. y The scabbard' is of sterling silver, or- mouth. He pretended to be very much exWant yoor tnousurht or tward a octuuiul I lUlerienced excursion condiK'.or. Drawn or nrn niarr in,n as namented with three bnnds, to which cited snd begin to shute the profeiaor RliniflNRUAM'Q nVC f.?r .tho Aiotiaur service nciweea nicago . roundly. The old man let bim go on for are attached trappings, which are awhile; hut the clam roared when the Z and California. wwuisiiiuiinuiS P Mail wnis kers y Citrcsiwndtnce solicited tt chased by hand to represent the varisaid he needn't he to Irretponiible tr T. A. GRADY. ous fruits and plant of the Philippines. the. gi hul not been turned on jttr-filler-'s 9. IVinsetrCatlfornl Weekly. ",;1T DlSfOVKItTi gives K The AtlhiMfl, Toprta &TnarUiServt. Upon these bands also ore Inscribed Santa f e Railnav, I qoHrtllfrsndmrn worst Xn Adam Street. CHICAGO. Ihe'nnmes of the battles: "Caloocnn," 100 Itrward 100. easts. Rook of tetMiriAnUls srd to 4 ys trestroenl 9 II URI.ENS bcim, lloiu, stunts, o. fr.ll "Polo," "Marllao," "Gulmas," "Hag-hagThe readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there it at iraat one dreaded "Calumplt," "Apallt," "San 2So. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS. haa been able to cure in "San Fernando" and two minia- diseaoc that science that I ill iti ture tropical scenes. The lower line, Catarrh state, and the onlyCatarrh. Hall'c Cure i positive cure forming the toe of the scabbard, Is on known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh ornamental monogram with the letters being a ronititutUnal dieae, requires a . comtitutinnal trestment. Hall'a Catarrh "U. 8." Cure Is taken internally, acting directly How Long Ilave You Read About "5 Drops" Without Taking Them? Is of the finest steel. On upon the blood and mucous rurfarrt of the The blade ont side of It Is etched In gild letters i)lem, thereby destroying the foundation Do you not think you hare wasted precious time and suffered enough? If so, Ihen try the "S Drops" snd te promptly and permanently cured of Gen. FunitAti'a now famous reply to of the diteaie, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and your affliction, "i DropV I a peedy and Sure Cure for Rheumatism, Gen. MacArthur's Inquiry ns to the milting nature in doing ita work. The Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago (lame back , Kidney Diseases, Asthma. strength of his position on n certnlr proprietors have o much faith in its Hay lever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of all kinds, Dronchllis, La Orlrpe. powers that they offer One Hundred occasion, which reada: "I can hold the Headache (nervous or neuralgic. Heart weakness. Dropsy, Iiaracht, Dollar for any rare that it fail to cur. Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervousness, 5leeplesanes, position until my regiment Is mustered Send for !it of testimonial. Creeping Numbness, Malaria, and kindred disease. "5 Drop" ha cured sut." Address V. .1. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, 0. disease, than (TRADE MARK.) 'more people during the past four years, of the Sold by DmggiotK, "jc. One tie opposite tide of the blade It an otner remeaies known, anu in case 01 Kncumansm is curing more man HiU'a Family Pill are the beat. patent medicines, electric belt and batteriescombined, for they cannot cure Chronic His pretentatlon Intcrlptlon: "Preall the doctors, RheumitUm. Thtrefore waste no more valuable time and money, but try "5 Drops" and be sented to Ilrlg. Gen. Frederick Funston Cat "Inrr. promptly CURED. "ffDrops" I not only the best medicine, but it I the cheapest, forajl.00 bottlo by the people of Kansas." contsln 300 dose. Trice per bottle, 11.00, prepaid by mail or ezpres. or 6 bottles for JiOO. l'or "Cat." aid the gaunt man with the whitkers, "ran comprehend human the neat 30 days we will send t Uc sample FRGC to anyone sending 10 cents to pay for tho mailing. Agent wanted. Write ipeccn. GOLD PRODUCTION. "(lot a cat tory!" aiked the irreverent 8WANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., IG0-I6- 4 E. LAKE ST.. CHICAOO. perron uith Ihe hultnn noe. Inrrrate la tho Amoaat Siloed "I have. My daughter waa doing a bit Throaafaaut tho World Some it Wagner night before latt, and I called through the door to ak whether it were re a. latoroatlnar ilea ihe nr the cat making the noitc." "Well!" Of the $10,000,000,000 worth of gold "The cat got up, swore vehemently, In the world since the disproduced walked out and hain't been seen since." Iodiszapolia Jouruala. f covery of America more thnn has been mined since 16GQ and more Palace on Wtirelt since 1SS3, or, to put Is s ssmewhst hackneyed term a applied to than "Dollar It In other words, of the gold railroad train, but it accurately neicribea A STRFTf.HER One lady writes that the cr Bhha8 eyer found7s t,le new and original product of the last 400 years has been the Alton Limited, the newly equipped day of the Chicago li Alton 11. It. Co. method by which J. C. Hublnger is introducing1 his latest Invention, "Red Croaa" train produced within 40 years, and which were placed in daily service between Chain Starch With your Best" starch. within 13 ear. Facts collated Chicago and .St. Iuiiik, November 18. 1899. and " Hubinger's from my grocer She says: package ofEndless Cross" starch, " Red one large Book, I by Dr. Adolph Sort beer and the direct- The equipment comut of standard Chicago one largereceived of "Hublnger'a Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakespeare package or of the United States mint show a & Alton pattengcr locomotive; panels, all for 5c. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Ask Htal car, ixty-igotd production frot.i State nation paoenger and feet in length; your grocer tor this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. grand total of baggage car, coiulii 1493 to and including IbOO of $'J,b3.1,o:9.-600- . tumuinniiun panor cuair car aim cutcii, 4. Alton parlor chair car; cafe and bufThe original estimate of the di and l'uiiman parlorohterra-tiorector of the mint for the year 1F99 vin fet imoking carof which i teventy two feet car, each 1530,000,000, nnd deducting $25,03tt.f 0 lix niche in length. The framing of all for the suspension of work In the Trans-vsa- l these car is Pullman landard itli Kmpire during the closing qunrter of the deck, wide vestibule, utandard steel oping device. All of ifrrf fear, It would put the 18V9 production the car and anti telenwith electric lighta exare lighted f&WeST MAOISON at $325,000,000. This statement of the cept the mail car and combination passenger world's gold production for the pe- coach and baggagr car, which are lighted l'intsch gas. The riod therefore, stands ns fol- with entire tram are of window throughout the uniform width, the lows: (Jolliic lijhU alvove being of the new atandard. The ornamentation i of speA. annual Teara. Production, production. cial design, the color rrbeme being maroon. ' H9M600 ti01.S4n.0rH ll.C4l.Si: Great rare ha been ucd in the selection of .0M.isa ax.iii.ooo and i:.en.i.v pluihes metal wood for the interior, and the THIS ELEGANT GUITAR lamps, furnishings, etc., are of special IMMMO li.KVMO i,1,M,(U) This Guitar is made never l,2U.01&,Or it ur,.l.y) design. It in claimed tint there ha ha reFOR $2.65 oi the finest ImitaAmerica a train which i,ieo.SM.ooo iis.sii.oai been built ) i.om.ois.fr") ,'i,,!s ceived a much attention a to constructive i tion mahogany with No more, no less, than 5,000 of thsm, im-i- t 4.7..u6 detail at ha The Alton Limited. An exl.m.tn.ooi either solid rosewood probably tho largest contract In guitars amination of this tupcrb train certainly erer mads an Instrument thai or walnut .JJ.tU.OM.OX) Total bear out this claim. sell from EUW to tlUX When this Av. kinual pearl inlaid is exuausteu wo cannot unpucsw Production. production. Tsar. position dots and No matter how proud a man feels of a IIJ.HH.OW Total. German silver raised 13S.MS.015 woman' clrverncM, he likro to feci that sh Total. .!ti.tU.0l frets) it has fancy inconsider him even more clever than sbeia sneh an nfTnrimr be Dojmible. Total production I herself. Philadelphia Time. lay around sound reason for dispensing inch a bargain ni-Ir9.tu.K9.eoo hole and best quality broadcast Is the confidence v feel that ercry guitar sold will win for ns a perDropsy treated free bv Dr. II. H. Green's American patent manent patron and a friend wboea CLEANLINESS ESSENTIAL. on. of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy , beads; the top of recommendation ire can count upon. We specialist, m the world. Head their is beautifully will forward th guitar to any address Guitar npon subject in another column of this pap:r. Cloao rrrsonat laapectloa la the bound with celluloid; C. O. D., SOc. IN e,to examination, that hoirerer, adriso receipt of it is strung with a cash In fnll bo sent, as that sates return Araay to soc Thai tho Mr Arc It i only in accord with the eternal c full set oi best quality ehargos for money and 'wo stand per of thing that the crook should always Cleoa aad Well Dreaard. fectlx readj to rsfnnd money If th steel springs and is be on mischief bent. Chicago Daily New. guitar is not all and mora than wo claim ready to play upon. for it. ltamombor our Sunt of the enlltted men of the aruiy All do not take kindly to the scheme for LESS goods are alike to PUTNAM FADEDVKS. as they color all fibers at one close personal lnprctlon tuggrttrd by boiling. Sold by all druggists. It. Hoff, of the medical deMaj. Van which is listed af lowest wholesste prices ( partment. He says in an official com"He's a vegetarian, is he!" "Oh! the Strictest kind. lie won't even eat oyster iu munication that much of t"he distress plant." Philadelphia iJk mUfoHHHkmkwmfrtki e on receipt o oni iu; and puiuy ,yty Iterord. as evidenct poitotje or expressage and sickness In the military force Is due of gooil faith the 109 is allowed on first to lack of ursanal cleanliness and to of a Throat snd I'ito'a Cure cured me purchase amounting to CI9? or above. ;arelessness In habits. He says: "buuad Lung trouble of three years' standing. li. II OUR PRICE LIST fSH lfl MONTHLY GROCERY Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1S94. leaders should see that their men bath at stated periods and change undergreat deal, Sonic people say clothing at least twice weekly. A bare Very little. - Chicago aDaily Neui. but talk i . foot and underclothing Inspection of the men should be Included In the reg ular Saturday inspection. A clean, ell- - Mrs. Pinkham's Medicine Madi ON ACCOUNT OF dressed soldier respects himself, which a New Woman of Mrs. Kuhn, i Is the first step toward respecting " Coanterfelllnar. rtpllon of the Sword J nsi Gives to nrlsradler flenera! Frederick Faaatoa, of Kansas, 1U iUUrtil i Conducted n m m pirn uuih I California I Excursions pro-feat- ." fra rtDnDQV UniwrO ," How long have you suffered with . . RHEUMATISM ? pur-tiv- e above-name- d grls-lle- d one-hal- one-fourt- h one-hn- lf Stretch-L,WLLrt- K one-fourt- h Un-'.e- uiii-cag- o n plat-for- J0HN.M m Mailorder J) 5,000 fr7MMOTr YTH 0. V!MHICAOO STl 1493-189- lull-ma- n GUITARS AT $2.65 ioi-17- u noi-inn- o 0 i7i-i- -' lut-iux- finger-boar- d, post-tlrc- lr UM-irc- adver-tlicme- fit-n- 'iL'l'i'IsiaBMWfn M.?. $2.65 1 CHEAP RATES Two otTi-us.- THE MARKETS. 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I tfuse substitutes. Or.futfiflUHurifitwuiiuu. Iruttflrp, Cures Croup aid VVhoopliiCj-CoucjUnexcelled for (Jonaitniptlves. COUGH SYRUP ri n Qlvoa V. N It K I78S llt'X U'UITI.U 'Is AJsVKIlTISEHS pitu.t) tal Ikut sou su las) Atlsarti. Btsut la Ult vwtr. fa A 14-A nil rM itWfiniAlro I luiil hnnnl mich stories of tho roFIRE SIDE INDUSTRY REWARDED. mantic lieniities of Kentucky, of the At tho opening of the Winter Term, abundance, of game of nil kinds, mill life of tho Dec. 13, Boren College will buy from of the glorious inilecnileut (Undents homespun products, allow hunters who ranged itn noble forests, I was as ingon their term bills ns follows: and lived by the rille, that ns lys wh0 Linen, homespun, 30 to 40c a yard. much agog to get 40 to 50c a yard. live in seajorts are to launch them- Woolsey, " among the adventures of the Jeans, 40 to 50c a yard. selves well match Well woven ocean. I frankly (old my father the course ed, two yards wide, and seven feet of mortification that I had experienc- long, Sti.OO. Kxtra price for honiomado dyes in ed, and the fixed determination 1 had 'woolsey and jeans. Make tho heat made to go from homo. and L'et the liest price. There will 1h 'And where do you mean to go 7 Kentucky." nnother chance to sell home products "To "To Kentucky! Why, you know Ht thu opening of the Spring Term, Mnr. 14. Keep every loom going. nobody there." innke nc- "No matter: 1 can Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. Ralph Ringwood. Copy fur IM mini rtach Uic tor on SMnnlur pntntlnintate o( lamp The Counties. Clay County. alright Shade. edi- SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. I " bed-cover- qunintnnces." "And w lint will you do when you get tliero?" Madison County. College Hilt. But many children an.l, of course. .Mr. James Edwards N low with In Germany and Italy men the some young Isople, will Ik; left at lung trouble. "Hunt!" looking houses, 1 1.. .... ... ...i .. ii.Sm 111 iiv.,1 . ' r.ir 11,..,.. ...il. 11111 uuiin-- f Have vour gi'l bring to Berea poorest have neat My father ga'o n long, low whistle, ItalThe wife of Dr. Hobert Combs in on enough jeans for their parents. Did you rend what make a suit of clotheH. plastered on tho outride, but the ti and looked in my face with a serio- the sick list. ians do not keep their homes very Inf. Mason told us last week alMiut the shelter and care of stock t He comic expression. I was not far in Evontldo. clean. I'ml T V Trrvitw, linn iiiiivin his , . .11- r ..IT hujslhnt II 'n calf or colt grows all Tin- 'l.l) ltjlit ill- i- lmm I lit l my teens, ami 10 ib.k o. uK u.. fnm.,v tQ wncho8lOTi Sw itzcrlitud t he home of the jvoor-e- siiiumer but is starvirl and stuntnl thi- - hiiiir ( Ilrt alone for Kentucky, to turn hunter, man is it small log cabin, with tho ll.miiLM. tl.o winter, it takes several he mtuy llil tilnl limly fly " "M her ""' . .eenuMl doubtless the idle prattle of To Mt-- IhHr hrltcflni! logs sawn or htnvn so as to fit tightly wcoksofgood feeling the next spring , farm to Moses Ilisle. nt all, Ami fall the Jew lilrtiiK ifl ooy. lie nus i:.n nuiu uit uu- unit? and make a very warm room. Gen- - j to start it to growing and sleekand it When- - i)rlil Ii.f'iii crow. Mrs. Frederick Orider is very low as it necr gets as large ged resolution of my character: and III Joy rrtnt orally they hnve short stove wood j wouhlff taken care o m the winter. W'lilli- klihlrnl Iiiiikh fixed me and is not exacted to recover, his smile of incredulity but Thi- - talipot Iohk rllfll. corded up against the house under Now if this is true of stock, someII. A. Laino whiUh to swap his more obstinately in my purpose. llo vift mul low Illi- - lin" blow the very broad eaves, where it stays thing verv like It is true of our human . "bicycle niide for WnnliiiD-lv(Ml We go to school not so much ns soon as the snrinc "wheel" for n hill mul Iru, comparatively dry, and helps to keep mind. W I1I1I11 he l the Mnl nolo rlnit for the sake of the facts which we had fairly opened, I sought him one (three!" the wind out of the Iioum;. Fnini vry wiili' live. learn as for the sake of leaching our . .. 1 day in his study, informed him I was jirs Annie Griiistead hs conclud-abou- t Vi l Tli Ihrlr pli iile. r IN . ll l rt't'I'l 11 III.ip tit a I lilt INMIII'M - Illlllt :.. " miiiila niirL' 11 unit (liu , w n im n I1I1 nl inn it in Wherr mnhlnw Kentucky, "d wl to remain on her farm instead of KfiH. to set out for of months of school our miuds may Want small, one room cabin r. n till hour Il la u had come to take my leave. Heg0;j. to IJichmoud to reside, w.rk or to U,rick, that Kir ear urn ln.rt to know. wpiare chunk- - f tu"- nvst. actually r.M, for H"t after that, if thoy aregtxxl Hlhlk-ll made 110 objection, for he had ex- - j J M. II. W'Klulir. In jobert Eage lM soj,i his Col- .,,,! , temercd with Mniw. am l.nrtl. , , , ,, f ,, ,ftce tQ Salimei Wdlougn- hausteu persuasion ana remousxrnnce, , tJ K,lt toMOrk A Child's Prayor of Faith. cnlbythesun. These nre laid in a tl v , ,w and doubte88 thought it best to give by and will remove to Bichmond. p. Mr tiiHl. I in Mammy m"l nlalil for we. mortar of mud and , Hobbles. Thenxif aga.u at Hornething. Otherwise they mine away. way to my humor, trusting that a lit'Can urn kmiiv t wll s weak and thin in the spring is always a tight one of On Thursday evening Mr. William M th, Hr- tiMH v, r iniMr tle rough experience would soon bring Hisle, n prominent young farmer, and the ground hoK in after he has slept tiles, but often there h no floor ex- auay all ila. Tota all winter nud eaten nothiiig! me home again. I asked money for grandson of the venerable William Q. ' ceptnfe llat stones. Ann ll hkiiiI Iihii romr lo r.'. you knon. h, other words, if we go to nchool my journey. Ho went to a chest, took Covington, led to the altar the beautihrn niamiii mil at Ihhiu. Ih Constantinople the poor Turks live months, and then for seen out n long green silk puree, well fill ful Nora Luuler 111 the modest frame ' )ut inii't liavi' my ki1 ii'uht kt. live in wooden houses, not pniutMl, niontliM neither study nor read nor I'm got III nn!.i "I' atlHlr ed, ami layed it on the table. I 11 11 11 10 11 "ill church of Union City. antl often very 'tumble down" iu ap- - lllllih,of the him- iruiu of ohool urnw ki hi r i:il iiliilit lor mv. i lfa next term to half for n horse and servant. ml ay ho it1 from ami thru On Tuesday evening, the 1 1th inst., learn again what we lme Imvii for "A horse!" said my father, sneering-ly- , Oml' Iu Koumauin, north of the Danube getting, and the cIibiiwh are that we Mr. Benjamin Devere, n Clark Couu-- , nh. ihiiv I K'? )nu' iloii.- it. n "why you would not go a mile Tluiikjon iiinkI ultht tin. the intelligent and may never ruer. many of the ssple live iu tv Kroccr, and .urs. dennie names. K 11. Ih.i-.- i. without racing him, and i.r..L-;.iiinfluential eople that f il. houses, liothing but the respectisl and might vnr,,Pnlt!nnd astn a servant, vou wiuow 01 me mie uonuey viiiiues, we otherwise le. nwf (with a window iu each gable) Now what shall we ilo alwut it! cannot take care of yourself, much wero united iu nmrriage al .the home'. I It the first place, kIikIu. coveretl doorwav and n small If VOU Until Further Notice nlwve ground. This roof is made of are half wuv through Hay s Arithme- Powell. "How am I to travel then!" SubscnlKr to corn fishier laid acros the rafters. ,u" ,,ork n f'u' proulemn in advance Send down a gocd coverlet to Be"Why, I suppose you are man "each tin v or week. You can do them and then covered w.th time or four tti)0,- - H 0r, letter still, enough to travel on foot." rea to pay your boys' incidental fees. THE CITIZEN . of dirt. inche-compute how many shingle it would He spoke jestingly, little thinking may get also I have liefer seen the "duir outs" tnk" to lml n mw not 011 Jro,,r house, I would take him at his wonl; but I pajwrs would of our own western states, but, like ,how many how many yards cover the was thoroughly piqued in resect to Colltngswortlt. of carjtot walls, ami Be Toledo Blade or tli.M... I?. in iniiiilti ii Iwiiiw... I lint- - k' r kiiiil I pocketed the purw ...v.- would cover the floors. Measure the my enterprise; so We had a good rain hero Fridny '"."-'to be clean and dry inside, warm in corn which you feed to the chickens went to my room, tied up three or and Saturday. The Louisville Commercial ! winter and cool in summer. There for a week ami then find its value for four shirts in a Mrw. Slid a Gabbard of Indian "inter. Find th e value of all the 'are also soil houses that are quite For 50c a Year. dirk iu my bosom, girt a couple Creek, w ho has been sick for some put a . "'V lay, nud what the 1"'" 'fc'fe'1 comfortable to live in. of pistols round my waist and felt time, is no better. chickens would Ixt worth in the spring Alitor $J 00 a year. The (KXirent house that I ever saw if they could U marketed nt 5 cents ready to rove the like a knight-erran- t Mrs. Robert Engle of College Hill was iu Tennessee. It was made of n tsjuml. world iu quest of adventures. Miss week to see read. Subw'VonJ thin weather Ixwnls, joints.1 in such a ' me and wept. passed through here last My sister hung ' ricketv way that a strong man could Head your lieogruphy ".When will you come backt" cried again, T. a Once almost" push it dowu. Alwve one of ,,,! Gome who is on the sick list. un,),,, if your neighlwr retreat bhe. Mr. C. M. Hawliugs pissed through the bunks was a hole in the wall big has a good Iwok, Ixnrow and reud it. Wliether such nu action by the "Never, by heavens!" cried I, "until All subscriptions must come enntnrli to throw a sheep throuirh. , Finally, think and talk: Think Government can lie secured at (lie I come back a member of Congress here en route for Otvsley Co., where through I iie . itizex. l)e a iruiKer of ""0,lt wl,l . ho is thinking of purchasing a large;! The house had a floor, but was not!' fartiiuig, nliout politics, x11 every lnwrt time may from Kentucky." e of lie South oub , but if the .,.i,H;mlw.r land. Such was my first outset from home. tract of coal , tall enough to stand up straight in. ulnK Think alwut the sermons thoroughly wake up to (he value of I his wife, which vou hear. Get up a debating nuch a movement, great pressure can A couple of men from Ferry Co. You may suppose what a greenhorn mm trade'Sirks i It was occupied by a man, "W I NandcopyrichtiJ two (laughters, ami alwiit twenty club. If you are old enough, lien H brought to lear. Tho entire was, and how little I knew of the stayed at Mr. J. C. Powell's a few'! a Mtl-OBI1"" i memlsir, think, and make speeches tile of the countrv east of the Missis- i l.l .t a ...i . had leon to Berea .jpv.U.fc-lworld I was launching into. M,tH.WtlU you know how. If you nreiiiooiriveroinrhttorallvto the suo- 0 the u.B...0ur Thoy in "Inveulno Age" is not only too vouutr.i'otothomeetiiigHandthiuk incident of to see about moving there to send Notice"How and write! It I do not recollect any toobuin 1'iltnU' iiort of the proposition ami lav aside Book to Imre sense, but to iif? what sense about what the others say. Keep tho nil sectional and local strife or jeal importance until I reached tho borders their children to school. CtargM moderate. No fee till patent la atcured. ftLnraatriirOv confidential. Addreaa, ot a boiling. we have. ously; then the success ol the measof Tennsylvauia. I had stopped at Mr. T. J. Coyle passed through E. G. SICGERS. Patent Lunar. Wiihlnatoo, 0. C. ure would lo assured. to get some refreshment; as I here en route for MeKee to take his an inn The fact of such interest as 1ms I over- seat as Co. Judge. On tho first night was eating in a back-roo!ecn manifested iu the organization iu tho heard two men of his term he lodged four men iu of this nssocintioii ought to Im full of who and what I could bo. jail for drunkenness on tho streets. instruction to all ilwellers iu this great Appalachian forest region. One determined, at length, that I was Here is a country of the finest tunlxr Good jeana wanted by Berea Col runaway apprentice, and ought to a the I'nited States hat possessed, bo stopped, to which the other assent- lege. A large part of of the people get a to tho ed. One of the men advanced part or nearly all of (heir living by Estill working at some kind of liiinUiring door. He wore his hat on one side, and industry. Much of the land iso steep Locust Urnncb. had a consequential air that nettled me. und broken ns to lie valuable only for you going, youngster?" "Where are The closing of the Park's school producing trees. If the old forest demanded he. occurs Friday. They give an entergrowth is cut out and tho young trees destroyed in doing thin or by fires "That's none of your business!" re- tainment. later ou, where are the foiests to come plied I, rnther pertly. The sad news of Mrs. Louis Kinfrom to furnish employment in future "Yes but it is though! You have dred's death was announced TuesgaSHaLaLaaSa years I This should be a very weighfrom home, and must give day. .Sho leaves a husband nud run away ty nuestion with every dweller iu tho mountain country. an account of ycunelf." several children behind. As the farmer would protect his He advauced to seize me, when I Charlie Uicknell has been riding a young calves, pigs, anil lambs from drew forth a pistol. "If you advance wild colt for Mari?aret Bickuell. She wild beasts or Hoods, because in them another step, I'll shoot you!" lies his only hope for Docks and herds colts has one of the best He sprang back as if he had trod- ever bridled. iu tho future, so should every owner of a piece of young timber or old den upou n rattlesnake, and his hat Margaret Hicknell has enjoyed timls'r protect it agniust ravages of fell off in the movement. teaching very much; her school is out BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS fire. This is too heavy a task, many ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN "Let him alone!" cried his compan- the 15. Sho will have songs and times, for one man or one family. tov ACIIAhCK FOll ion; "he's a foolish, mad headed boy, pieces given by the children. The whole ueighlorhood should KVKUVIIODV baud together agniust a common and don't know what he'a about. Library In Kentucky. Xo Hulooua. Over 20 teachers, 700 students (from 20 states.) Hest enemy the moment a woods is seen on Have your girl bring eiiough linsey He'll shoot you, you may rely on it." fire, and not rest until the fire is out. He did not ucod auy caution in the to Berea to make a dress. The people who have organized (he matter; he was afraid even to pick up get u tcuclier'a Appalachian National I'ark Associn For those NOT nufliclently ndvauceit toHousevvork, Printingcert lllcutc: two years. : Carpentry, I pushed forward on my I. Trado Schools his hat: so tiou will ask tho irouoral iroveriiment way without molestation. This InWithers. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and the advanced -courses. to preserve from destruction a tract cident, however, had its oiled upo n lonelier ceriiucnie as large, at most, us three or four For those sulllcleiitly aiivniiceu to getgardening, stock raising, forestry, etc, two yeurs. The saw mill on White Oak Branch me. I became fearful of sleeping , in is in operation. III. Farming and Agriculture, counties. If the people of this great IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, etc. two years. any houso at night, lest I should bo Appalachian region will be nwnke to V. Normal Course for teachers three years, with prnctico teaching. stopod. I took my meals in tho Mary Hurloy is visiting her friends their duty ami opportunity, they can houses, in the course of tho day, but in this vicinity. VI. Academy Course fouryears, fitting for Coilego, for business, and for lrfe. preserve to all osterity the valuable Literary. would turn aside at night into some forests of u region em ml to a fourth For those more advanced : VII. College Courses Classical, Philosophical, andTheory. Mr. Henry Anderson und family : VIII. Music Keed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, I'iano, make a lire and Mlecp wood or ravine, of the total area of the ten stales Adjunct Departments was have moved to this part of the counTwo years1 course iu tho caro of tho sick. before it. This I considerou IX. Berea General Hospital comprising this region. true hunter's stylo, and I wished to ty. Wo need state fire laws rigorously places the hest education iu reach of all. Jit is not a mouoymaking institution. Its luslruction is a enforced. We nocd state enterprise Berea inure myself to it. Mrs. Tom Smith is on a visit to see freoifift. It alms to help those who value education nnd will help themselves, ami charges u small incidental fee At length I arrivod at Brownsville, for their board. Expensos for term in constructing and maintaining good Students and wayworn, and in a her brother, Mr. Arney, on Hound to meet exienses of tho rdiool apart from instruction. which must must also pay roads through the forest country. be paid iu advance. brought within 521, about half of (12 weeks) may be shabby plight, as you may suppose, Stone. jvietnouisis, rresuyienans, aim goou peopie m Wo hi'cd above all that the people T'he school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalism, uiscipies, havlnir been "campiiiK out" for soino shall be taught to rightly value their Good linsey wanted by Berea all denominations. For information or friendly advice addrr the Vlct'Prtidtnt, nights past. forest wealth. FAIKCIIILI), LL. U., IJerca, Madison Co., Ky. o(,o Forest fires hnv liecn raging in thin locality, Blaine Sizemore went to Manchester Snturday. Andrew Maiming, of Flnt Lick, visited his father here, Sunday. Ilobert Greer has moved to Flat Lick, Knox County, luit u Smallwood's I'eudluton night. caught seven oposoms Beverly Jackson was acipiitted nt Manchester Saturday for killing Wil- lis Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Broughtou of 11 den have been spending n rew days here. Thomas Smith, Jr.. who was sick at our last writing, is slowly improving. Four of our Ikivs stnrted to join ..... . .t army ouinirtv, nun i'in-v- i i ... k 1 .. in ine trip to the miitppuies. ScninoR Silvah. 1 1 onlHhntr.1 l.f K. 0. Poixir. 'TO. K.lltr.1 lijf Mm. want to tell you about tint homes of the poorest tooplo In the different Schools Finished. What Next? for they places where I have. yauy m,tj. whools have closed interest mo quite, as much ns the' nn,n,y. Within two weeks nearly houses of the rich. w B IMr c0sed. And then what In London, England, tho city of shall come next? The world will fi,(X)0.O;K) the tioor coach not come to an end,- - at least we, sup- , , . . . . I t .1, It .11 ll t rivers lvo in nouses pose 1 win 1101. nun somciiuiii;- win " nricK ,,, ,)nck RtriM.,, The first s.o-- . still remain for us to do. Mnuv of the older puiils will go to ry is thn stable, aud the second story is the home. But they hnve eannry school away from huno. Some of birds und (lowers In the windows, and the younger ones will find their! i" cninireri are Kepi cieau. miners aim mnincrs omisiiiK up nun moving ""-i- r In Holland tho poor ptstple wonr! w(Hxlen shoes, and sometimes their whole families to Korea, so that the roof is "thatched," or made of straw, joung folks ami little ones 11s well but everything is ery neat and clean, may have tho advantages of tip top li, llimi.nrl-- 1... njlfu .if (!.. Iinll.. tl.'Ilcllillg I thrOIIgh ihewillter. . To ' I I I.. " I saw some .stacks of i nre, very steep , '""7' lit., fflliu ftf Mlltl.ll I riw.w tilt All) Bllt'llll. I llll Illl' (III ill" MK'n irri.ni nil I Ix-c, I iwo-sior' nouse-Kcepiii1 1 1 THE SCHOOL. p. an VikI Klin "w S"n litin'tt II. M. THE FARM. A tr rMIUil ljr H. I!. Mamis, I'nilrMir ul llnrlkul-lilt- , IVtwi I'lHIm?. A I'ropoiied National I'ark. A convention of much significance was held In Ashville, X (?., Xov. 21. Delegates from seven South I'nstern states assembled nml organized an association thenbject of which is to In , ... .1 m Kii-- i miii-ii- i tune .1 uuiii-iii- i ill" l,d,lish, somewhere In theinouutalnsof western North Ciirolina, great Nat 1 i-- 0 Sm-eche- s j.,r,( 11 ""v " "" track" .- . C . 1 11 st "I - - ry 1 ilt-l- 1 pt-u- r'"" 11 fl 1 ' tun-ilrif- d ." 1 1 Jr i, - ,,, , kiln-burn- -t h- 1 now-aske- 1 1 ilt-a- Ixx-oin- 1 hwh. Jackson County. ' """i f, Don't It - at I f t, 0,1,' prominent large iiuuiIht of letters mid hw were ret'eiviMl from nil parts of the East and South expressing sympathy with the movmi'iit. North Carolina and East Teiinesin contain the most majestic, and hcanti fill mountains east of the .Miss.-sip(5,0() There are a niunlxT of fiMti nml iit'or In lii.tirlit 'I'lniro mn lMttiful Mre ims of water with . innumerable There are deep sheltered coves and alloys when-thnoon day sun scarce- Except Iho verv high y penetrates. e()t ,m),n tom n1 o( ,hiH WttH VersI with II magnificent ,,,,' growth of valuable timber. Be cause of the dilliculty In getting it out much of this Mill remains un ,,, , vn,UnMn have had ' engineers and exjierts all through the region making reports 011 the value of the timUr lnnd and the Hmsibility cf usIng the water jHjwer for electric . . 41 ' I The denire of l ie a.mtiou In that before tln niluable tiinln'r in cut by w.H,(fl, ,Ilrtl0lu ll0W in use bv ". V hich the joung growth is s ell as old, the Govern.nen Mmll ricipiire title to n large tract of these amis, and m-- to it that thev are for M,r kept in forest. To lo this a i.reat many trained foreslern would be nmltsl. Fires must In. kept out. lilhl 01 all, The fish nml game would lie riro from unseasonable slaughter ml muturo timlMT can-fullcut and marketed, never cutting out more iu lt year than would Ik? rcplnix! by the actual growth. Srccie of 'tree ol littl worth would h inntle geuernlly fo t?lve tilnr to ihiWMWif irreuler vnlne. Good roads and broad paths must . ul out and workisl through the und me the best help 111 ' choking the spread of fires. Such a forest preserve, owned either by the state or the I'nited Htates, in every forest region of our leing a iHirix-tun- l land, beside nourco of revenue and iifTonliug em nlovnient to mnuv. would provide a resort where people from the great citi. and from any quarter not blessed with mountains and forestt Wuhl go for a fw w.i-k- s ouling nd rvcrcutiou. One whose life has leen senl in the forests ami mountains couipreheml how much cnu 11 'm"?"V lh" were s pi s ir,msdo by hm ( 11 r,.M,irve. ... o .U-tr- c T"' M""'? rs-o- t DFI1,'0 1 FREE ,i.i. pro-..:..t- .. let ' bar-roo- con-iectur- County. BEREA- COLLEGE DEPARTMENTS: .- Rockcastle County. leg-wear- I7t Ik Whu.) t