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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 6, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899120601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 6, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000, VOL. The Citizen. DtTOttd to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 50 c a Year NO. 25. I. BEKEA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , IP'.W. ,The Citizen t. of Berea. "In the wliolo field of Southern edu , only twenty minutes long. At Berea Pnor. M. L. Wim.i.stoh of Chicago. cation, no distinctive enterprise ii they are forty five minutes long, and After visiting Berea for a week I am more worthy of note for the great prof muy are an hour long. Naturally a. PASCO, instruc-fielmoved to say that every claim mndo gress it is making in the imKrtnn( the teacher can give KIIITOH mill MANAOKIl. upon which it has entered tlmr) tiou and more drill. for the Institution has the solid facts PuMl.linl at the iifflrr n( that which is growing under the eya I. In other schools one ECONOMY for the it, The Till: CITI.EN, Iinreu, Ky. behinddone by thelesl school work is and hand of President Wm. Goodell tries to teach several different teacher grades there Ust of instructors. Boys' Season in Men's Kulnfl at tkt lliiflet nl ftrmi, Ay. iu trmmland branches. At Berea there is it Ilr.v. J. O, Parsons, the Baptist Fnwt ut Berea, Ky. To build ii mullrr, rlnm Stylish Made evangelist. Hitch has furnished the Bcreu is to recognize the fine oppor secial teacher for each lower grade, the lcst teachurs ami extended tho lest tunity to serve the country. Dr. A ami a special leacner .lor eacii tie This Issue of U, Mayo, whom no man I being aont moral influence, through all this coniM'tent than judge, declares ii mord partmcntof advancedis study. In this CITIZEN to that no way the instruction certain to be region. TKarrprearcdto cloth yuii wllh the IxiweM priced, rightly made, alwolulcly to many of you who are Hev. Jas. L. McKke. I have travel- other college in tho country has just vastly Ixjtter. ' It la of famoin "Vltalu" Ilrand Clothing In Amrrlia. Rtghtly made, , n01)t hl,hx)U th(, on, lh, among our reg- led through 'he mountains as Hynod-ica- l now such on opportunitj for the high f) not Clothing Tailored on adrlrtly aclentlllc baata In clean, writ the nnly reaily Imau the Inilde, tbe ventilated workroom.. Perfect fltlliigand Missionary, and wherovor I have est usefulness as Ihrea College. to tneU witl, , t,,e ))ook, aml Qm "Vltalu,' Ihc very life of the garment, l carefulneiai In making, repreeenta the 0,(1 mam- - At npre t'ef, found a Don-i- t student I have found of time and thought, and la a decided centra! tn the tailoring acen In is the Best School? or two We aim to make the j some one irmly to help in everv good r Clothing. The Fabrlca that we ahow are the very nrwert onllnary - thousands of dollars worth of appara- Manr oeonle make mistakes dcflgnn that will be acen lhl teawn, Many confined exclunlvely to u. In the face of CITIZEN the beat family thing. Unnw limv In aoWrn tu" glolws, tellurians, microscopes, thn tin nrd the above fact. The moat extraordinary feature combining our great offer I., that we and Gen. Jacob I). Cm. 1 take great rmisn ichool. There is as much ! paper in X Kay ma - j and d --ell our clothing t the best pleasure in saying that the work of l chine, machines, telescope, Kentucky. difference in seliools as in horses. Berea College is genuine ami of a What are some of the "points" of and other instruments the very names a paper of Ideao I high order. of which are unknown to the teachers a lrnod sclinnlt Clothlug lor leu money Than rlwwhrre. How call we afford to acll men . and of News, a paper Gov. Wm. O. Usadlet. For many " Ill many schools the sttident i " anj ,leui colleKeH- - Are n01 than eluewhrreT Our aniwrr l pure and olmple; Outu la a modem .tore, constructed I. rtrlctlynn progrcnlve plana, our Clothing la aold on the ftnaHeat margin of profit, depart- I years I have been acquainted with goes home every Saturday, and ,ig gootl tools letter than poJr ones, or with depending on a targe volume or butlncaa. The more Clothing we aell, the greater The Institution lias mind is taken away from his studies. ' 00 ioo Bt 0,,t , Herea College. the ments our purchasing power the lower our prlcea, tbal'a the ilorylna great good, nud I know In many schools thore is School , and the Farm. accomplished men who have attended At Berea the whole air of the town is j the many young except the to study. Of course tho '"If of The it who have proven valuable and in- student makea more rapid progress, Berea has fifteen thousand books. KJEOKOVEOlTr) - remarkably telligent citizens. paper 2. In most places where there are, Vou can harttly think of a good book Hon. W. G, Davidson, Superintend- schools, there are saloons, and count- i tnl Jou may uot find there, low, only 5o cents ent of Public Instruction in Ky., Kays are a year of 52 weeks. I that Bcreu has done more for the com less temptations. At Berea, there stu-- . . 7. Most schools are conducted to make money, and no temptatsons except what a you moil schools of the state than has anr dent may bring with him. Of course, I take little interest often tho teachers We are sure in the students. At A Letter from Sile. a other college do Berea students are safer, and show Bereu every teacher is a christian tickled mostj Dbab Citizen:-I'- m I 1 rr man or woman, and n real friend to t)r IIETIKWS I greater improvement in character. llll. SIMEHH AN favor by sending us among other thingsIt KV I EW as ft to death over Jim Perkins. He's, .'I In many schools the lessons are! the students. follows: says your come around all right, he has, an' I'm ' most sorry I called him atingy when once. 1 wrote ye 'Iwtit bira last week. Hon. Robert Lincoln, "Sile," says he to mo yesterdyt son inorniu . Will an iMien ore a gotn the only off to school this winter, after all, an' Lincoln, of I've promised $40 to the lxy un' S50 in Beroa to the gal, 'cause she can't get a College, and promises 'chance to earn fo much herself. Forty an' sixty is u hundred, now, help on the endowment ain't it? It kinder hurts me, Sile," now being mado. says he, "to give that hundred dollars ' for nothiu' but a little schoolin', an' IDEAS. me dqL a seein' much use in it, as I Doing nothing in tho same thing as all, told ye last week. But I reckon being n cripple. you're right, Sile. Leastways there Thinking about nothing is the ain't uo harm in makin' the expeeri-men- t. same thing a being a fool. An' if they don't get stuck up Learning nothing is the samo the first year, so's they can't work thing an being dead. about their old pappy'a farm next ' Loving nobody i the same thing summer, I don't care if they do catch an being damned. j a little an' fine manners." Our pleasure, said n wise man, nro "Good for you, Jim!" says I, but divided into higher nml lower pleas-ure- a Ed Holloway up nn' says, (Ed was a 'settin'with us on the porch,) "Jim," bjr a linn through our upper lip. Below am gluttony, drunkenness, a says he, "schoolin' an' cypherin is all gossiping tongue, and every vile inright, an' learnin' to speak pieces is Above are tho odor of dulgence. all right, but 1 woulun t send my flowers, sweet music, the beauties children down to Berea where yours if they had to speak seen by the eje, and our bruin or . are a goinV-n- ot e all their ECONOMY, mind, with which we may know Ood 'their pieces to the ' I and enjoy Hia service forever. lives!" , "Why notT" says Jim." College Hems. " 'Cause they've got some niggers Cloaliif aaerrlwa to night. down there what sit in tho stmo MIm Nanejr A. Tudor, lit Klrlimomt, will twh school room with the white folks, an (hU wlnlrr In Hie mll arfioola. In itarol MIm Kllth Bojit, rralfnr.1. say their lessons to the same teachers. Not (r many jppari baa Ilia Collrgr Chael Inn That's why." l lh al.lra. ami ll.-- aa o rmwlet.-K- tt. An' Jim, he didn't know hardly otcMooU, Nor. . what to say, bein' a little weak in the Stuilaata Allm K. and Url V. Ifcultf tiara Thjr wrerJlrt to linnrtnii muiiljr hj faith himself. But I couldn't keep SOME OF THE BUILDINGS OF BEREA COLLEGE. ih fatal (lint ottllr lather. still no way. TfinHO.lcniahaila kaj)r llm TtiankKlvlii "Ed Holloway," says I, "looky here. night Is dfMenUI aortal, cachrhetorlral claaa mrrtln bjr 1141. while Ilia Rraramar various other supplies in advance, so Did you fight in tho Bame army with and mirror, at from $2.00 to $3.00 a chela united at !4le' Hall. WHAT WILL IT COST? that at least $20 of the above should tho darkiesl" term. Studeuts bring their own InthaThaniKtln fixilball Kme the Irani ' "Reckon I did," says ho. lw ready to bo puid ut the outset. The led br ii. L. Spink and John Himtrttr won (nm Almost any healthy young man or towels, etc. Fuel costs from "An do ye buy yor goods ot tho the foreriot Howard Kobrre and Charlra llui. rest will be needed during the term. woman whq is really in earnest can get $1X0 to $2,50 a term, for each student. same store with em I" det't j a amra ot rlrrrn tn nothing. an education, but there must be care- Table board, where obtained separate- For ladies iu Ladies Hall tho exponses "Reckon I do," says he. Locals and Personals. vury but slightly from tho above. A "An do ye voto at the Bame polliu' ful planning. Whatever we under- ly, is from $1.10 to $1 50 a week. limited number can board at the place with 'eml" Flwt Saturday nmrnlnf. the flrat In amor take wu should plan before hand. wraka. Our hospital service N on the iu umbarland or elsewhere, at a cost of "Can't deny it," says he. Thus to exercise forethought is iu itill. and Mra, I'awoar at I'lnr (Irovr. Jackxin suranco plan, and is n great conveni- $5.00 to $7.00 a term less than above. "An' do ye say yer proyers to the self an imortant part of education. Co, helping In a "big mrvtlng." ence. Euch student pays twenty-liv- e We sell only the JAS. BOSS some, same God tliitt they dol" Faithful studeuts can secure The white nubile, chool, taiixht bjr MIm Kale From the lack of it result most of tho "There ain't but only one Got!," ceuts a term uud is entitled to advice work, at fair pay. Nowhere will an Coddltuton and MlwTwIor. will iliww nrtt failures of life. sit vs he. iu caso of slight illness, care iu his iuvostmuut of h little money pay so "Then if ye do all theso things with Reader,, you can spend all the hoH-- tn have a Iwnk In the mar future, CASE the Best made. llrrra room if suddenly ill, care at hospital welll em, says 1, "what Hurt noes it uo yu E. Welch, Jr. ami Krv. tiro. Amraaiw the prime money you can get hold of, ui ywhere 8. to say yer lessons to tuo same leacu-ere- : whou uecessary. and medical attendroorer. that you can le among people. Some ance at reduced prices. Six in ouo an' sovon iu 'tothor," The pulpit ol the I'ntoii Church u wvuple.! will spend fur Berea College Helps says I. more tliau others at bjr I'rof. U V. Hodge, and lrc. 3 by Iter. Nor. art There will bo slight expenses which "Yes," says he, "but a heap o' nigochool. Let us plau together a little H. P. I'ortrr. gers are uo 'count fellers, now, uu' can nut always bo foreseen, for inm liixil In an to how much you really need to NlniK. lMinon lia had lorlhrr you caii t ueuy U. New Mexico, to rare lor her awUtaiit teacher, make yoursolf comfortable By giving education ut Bereu, stance postage, mending, etc. - A "Of course, says 1, "un' now nn' with t)phold fever Mho la intraUst Lyceum Course of not los than fi- o uml your work it success. For home life, To seiid then h white feller, too, I reckon. But Valentino William. I'laliiu In liave dlMMterrd grand lectures, concerts, etc., is carthere is durkis," says I, "what are as Nice Line of For business nrts, talker mine on hUfarm. We will wait till the more than you need will bo n real In-- , more'n much account us you are,--uIwlng loo horfiil. every year, uml no student product U eolnnl bclore For teaching, jury. Vet some make u great mistake ried on I claim to be, uu thum s tuo kuui ' Wm. II. liOirttun, who for acrrral years liaa iu leaving out soinuthiug which will1 should miss it. For leadership. what most generally shows up in tho mailt) lilt home In Indiana, liaa returned for By furnishing privileges school room. I heard tell of u man The following is about the natural week'a Ull with till relative, here lleai)ahe greutly mid to their success. Iu a large library, what stuck to it uu went to school hat received a Ultrr Iniui hl brother Chrla. In Tuition, which iu some places is tho j exHuso for a three mouths term, of u the I'hlllpplnra. down there for tiirteen years, uu a In good lectures, leading exiwuse, is free ut Bereu. student in Howurd Hull ami boarding worthy of imdo The aeverat ihurrhca and the college uulteil In pleasant entertainments, man what'Uthe that is did make him boarding hall: Lord itation, -- if with the union chuich, aa umal, for wrvlcv Beuuvolenl people from ubroud make iu the (Jollego Society lu best of ussociations. Thankaglvlng morning. Ilariuuula bluok. Don't have to go uu' hug up tho modest sulariea puid our $ 4 50 Incidental Feo an anthem, while the main addtvaa waa by By cultivating character him," says I. "Just treat him liko a teachers. An incidental fee of from '25 Hospital Fee Dr. Uo.T. Kalrehlld. gentleman, that's all." 5 00 iid wnoiesonio ruios, Boom and fuel Stt.50 to yi.W) for a three mouths An' Ed, he kinder coughed an' said 2 00 Books genial confidence. A Good Farm For Sale. term Is to bo puid for such expouses nothiu'. "Good bye, Ed," says I, "I 2 00 Washing uud lights With church privileges, I will sell privately my farm, con- us repairs, nwoopiug, fuel, janitor must be goiu' home. But remember 18 00 Board Without saloous. acres, lying two work, upparutus, otu. taining slxty-onthat this judgiu' a man's character 1 0Q Matches, broom, and sundries Jeweler and Optician au' fitness by tho color ot his hide is By encouraging of Berea. Dwelling miles south-wes- t Books uro to bo had ut reasonable Seusou ticket for Lyceum like that fool feller what looked into Through low expenses, 1 00 kouso of hU rooms, good burn and rates and are furuUhed free to those Course to seo whether he'd Through regular work hours, a horse's mouth other out buildings, aud well. Fine In tho Model Schools. Uooms uro furkick or notl" orchard and choice fruit. $33 76 Total Through fairly paid labor, BEREA x'oura truthfully, with For further information cull on or nished wash-bow- stoves, chuirs, bedsteads, Through hearty, good will. Silas Siiinules. l and pitcher, shades tables, The College has to secure fuel ami Duncan, Korea, Ky. address, L. 0. j d What is Said A PROCLAMATION OF I - is ..i. .. Fall and Winter Fine and I OLOTHIITGr l wear-rcltln- yet ular subscribers. What I oentral nir-P""- eastern It elex-tricu- is dt LESS MONEY high-grad- 11 1 special Fireside, for price l. ' noth-favorab- is this rd text-book- COVINGTON & MITCHELL KENTUCKY for - will that yoursolf J ft 1 subscription at I If You Is interested surviving President Can Afford effort to buy a watch at you can better afford to buy a good one than any other. book-learni- n' Good Timekeepers Are the Best I , fire-plac- n bed-dlnt- r. Students ' Watches -- just received. : d tw T A Robinson, o 115- - ,.4 WINTER TERM OPENS DECEMBER 13. BE ON TIME Ilv tins tune It wa nlmot npproncluni; thp ordned ( nstor 10 r n tilted nn.1 to.itt hhn dinni r hour, nnd up separated. Iliyard, fob nut. When I returned, about lite III the lonesl close nt hit heels by I'l.m, coliit! tu afternoon, I felt that nil that h id htm tan! serk the e.ird.u, 1, and I returui'iit to mr of the generous beast I rode umleir.itisl Ins llt.Hlictl nn) I nrc. Ami the rUy chainber, hero I found .l.ieopo, tthn had value, nml that t iososcd a m.tli bless Anil tliPllKlit nlnd.i Mon just come b.uk Ho had been to the stable rtccd, who was fit to run for a klncdom Whllr-- th uluidonn come nnil R9 Tor tlie next few dais tho routine tif my his praise-o- f on Ins way up, and was loud Ait Ihf nlfjlit ilotti f lit. C11 t or. life was exaitty the same, the mornnm nt Alone the misty niporl.md Urf the " They my ho it lloct at the wind, tendance nt the cardinal's levee, tho daily curliwt call. " public, nnd lone ride with I at and he is as editions a lambkoi. It it dinner There': ft lail' full of irr.iie " Hlmt isit?" tor in l!ic afternoon, in which I was some riloriouc steed, ami n primolv pift Whom I InvfJ of orc, men at fire crowns mill makes ,11 i "I I It o; I ut what slice hale) 01: li.nl? ' tunes nteoinp.inicd by St. Armando; but Ar.d tho IovpIIkM on Iiit fort crowns, and " "None a )et nboiit the sitold. munorp! this was not nl wit) possible, as ho w.ii FhlntMh rvrrmi'f. "Did I not saj more mil ! lortheiMinni;? Ihero hat not been time; but I h.tio 'ncaced ileiselt attaihcd to l)'Ani!siie't t'ron Ami I lone n heretofore You necil not pay them in ndvaii.". Two n eniiplo of ensimt nml a l.icket, 11ml Kor the nlKht to frill D'Atul'oiso fretpipnllv nkisl 1110 to noiom misty moorlntitl r.!ii-r- i the clown oac Ii on enlist inj, ami thereii .Mrdcr Alont? the plain Iiieru-- t lor them. Thoctisinis paliy him tn the Vatican; but up to mat curlew rail. I had on completion ol tho task. Will that do?" uro ei 111 now with the hor.', nml tho lackey d termis' 'ti to decline h inn "It is inoii(th, surely." v.dl is In re to morrow." t.ition, on the plo.i that, with the I us Pear loves, r.in 1 forcrt "Very well, ther.' tune oiioiiiih. Iktst.i! before me, it would perhap be well Inr ine "Vel well, then Jell may set about this TliroiiKli the ftjlnij years nt once, cud remember that the sin iild I 0 There co the truinpet. Hi eminence must to lire at milt in retlent at piivnMe I ho Thy faro nmlil the fret lodced ilos. at liind.iind bo ready to 1:0 Of tliolr pains ami trnr. cardinal said, with that Cood tempered lo sett od." mlit--r Nny, my hrar trmi jrt a moment's tin ne " lunch of hi, which Clinch belied In .it Wo nu.de our wav lo the ilmilti; hall, Whrn the Merit tlotli fall I'.xielletiey." I tulo sthemuic nature, tli.it as it alnio-- t nt the same t.uie as the Alone trip mlty moorlaml r.lirre the I Whilst tin eonvertation was roiik; on In nml the of the suite. iciioranl of tin task I mis! not be so 1. no iirIitv rail I lepheil hud clTeilcd such (h.tiit-- in im attire a - 1I.11 III! his eiiiim nio that it t . to At the his'h table oil tiesat the cardi-- Krnc.il A. Not ton. In I'nll Mall Ma wa ioiblo, resoliimt to take tho lirt nal, with I'm.. ml, anothet prune of the just bee.llie I tt.i M the dark that the followim; day to summon n ilinitli whom I nfterttaitls found out was so lleiillispee t, ami ho was then ft d tailor mid c.ie him orders for thins for the ( aldilial of Strutoui.l. n sunn of the tnoiiilt to aunt' with me. I wa. Iioitei.r. .Imopo was jut heiii" ol ;tc. ami which I stood ill need. tall, Nitr.lwr hsiktm: natiir.ill) atuiott to co sntm thitic ot ilir ,isiu to depirt when Difauie. the jsmo miin, Willi hii;h in ii nc teiiture .11. n tatitau. e.nd one of mt leasons tor tela him a note and a aliiiot n dark n a MoorV I'r wat inc. beside that of prudence, n a tine I aiifann. Sinriiii! with was from his etui-Ins, rouleau, wlnih le said plain!) ami si npli dteed, ti oar it a jidil wa not siit'ii lenll) well eiiuppetl I hev ho left with me ami retired, iiotteier, nth the fiintl at mt d' iicnco steel 101 set ottr In Jitkin. nnd leinnl ,'n there was tionnwrr. 'I he note was Ins k the nbbon of St .lame of ('ompotelln, lloni ""'no wis m,on iiietidotl. I net. inercli hoping I wa in tomfort, and whilst the older Itself, a res! enamel sitold other, I h.nl up to now not tone .bo ,s eiidmz mo 1:1 the rouleau n bundled roivus with lleiirdehs hilt, set an oial it hitu was nut stl sinci'fiil s he antntpiti I le with the mtiiniltn n that if I needed thei.i to miiiiel midallion w itli ,1 roil bonier, studtle l would be, in raisins his men It u a hiui.lrcHl t' van rrady forme The with brilliant, tltdied at In throat. Hi nil, li.ses.irv to hale them trn i.nothir i wasihhV ult to ,'et men of tin- -. una. tiov..- - . w 11 1'iore than ample, nml, sl'"tt, ml it li.ur tt.i ttlutp n further direction to cciiui s.intt but the loin; 111111.11 he hit h dropped ,1 imtel. teniporari einploiinent. sn a, rh ins .1 ., a couple ol l.ikej. I ent hiMinwui, le i ter In mouth ami hnrt. isnuted I iv.ril. I olTerei! At the inatti r Co. ICor'HcM, i! P. Arr'-t-.11 n pre All H:tiu rpimfj lontu.t11sin f mni tort inc. witthea liomMatlei w i nut. un heil In ,1 streak of cr.n Alto It nj-- ivid In the end ot the we, I. I Inn-el- f. n Im h red a b dt ol stout lellon , all ti er hi for cethcr a nmarkablo man. one whom no one I Ii w ut lirt trtnpi to take, ami "lilt no- - isuild p'l bt 1. ii In nit I.Mikiin; at t a "t . and Inirlt well innuutisl. and, tel .it i c!l.ni:i: xv. I cipted on .) preimi the uni 011 Iriu h. 111" he rvitod the eleatest llitclet, for tir. .ill of theni tri'lirsl soldier EATARD. Tlin OirT OF ,r Tin licira do'ie there wa iiothim: left ho 1t.1t none otlier than ' itinnlvode ( onloin, ni li'd.'eil IMS.tr the llipoita, nnd tb - little' D'Atr-1'oiThe Ictce latnl snt'ietime for 1110 but to await the dinner hour, and I tho 'lireat l aptain," am! tho tuot skillful ilinal's tblo nrToreleil them Ire d inn : f lio t.tiiilioii' nf the art"strolled down to the stable to look at the M neral ol tlie ace He li.nl mill a lew week ot u hull Ihet teero lint slow to tnki an ioiul.intv, Iitriieil ivitli apparent I lni-which were in truth suih luxury It'tor.- dt Hen Marshal d'Aubniiiy out of Cn tnce In onltl to keep Hum eni l.o who hoo to .tiMrcs linn, r. poih.ip tho poor hont had tieier en-- ' lain "first to anyot i ttsik thcin .'ft With tee ever) nfterr i.t. am! tea man lim- - tr nlit on .it.utit wonderful nipinory jojeil. A ,'riMirj et the cardinal' etabhh-- : and sei'ireil to i,isinc them u,;i my return, w.th. r 1. Tre'iiouille. when thee of for eicn the 1111111 trilling detail. Tln was, uient had atten!is to them, and I slipped rtopptHi ui plan, nml'xation lntihtic to Ine tiuhltt est oft ot the i.h.i siidtlentv resuninc I (..r- I..- ..I .1. .. I... I in fart.nn mlor ril iweption, uliiili t lie (or- ' n ond Rii.ird. to a.v! trom the 1 ,tu In eommai.'l he had come to i'onir, for dinal, lioth nt u priiuo of tlie elitirili. and He bit tin to tot whetlier it wa tenuiiie what purpose t,.- - one knew, nltlioiich it was smw .t cootl denl of il.i)artl, and tit turn the repre'etit.it'Ve ol I'mihi' at the IMpal or not, and then settled Iiiuwlf on .1 heap of intclf nlt hat In resignation ant! ditlerenro w it !i kept to cisd tnywith inipatienn' itno lmc Court, held t!.nl, and lntln'r i.iine all the hii.l t" luelid some addlcrv. heo'a. He told that the panli court na but blind. ttiemher" nf tho 1'reiuli pirty in I lett linn to hi eer oecuution. and, with a lie that as it mat. I had now all epor-Itiint- i he wat not nt l.bcrti to mention the Home, .mil all Ilioe who hoped to ir.mi partuiB eaiec to mi beats, timipil lurther I it . of tlie business on whiih to be ol us ine together, seatisl snc bt sitlr, Koimtliinc from the prel.ile In the simple en to look at the other annml. And hero, the nark ..ml tern cramb o of Spain, .1. able c'liploted. nnd advtpil lao to bide in' t 1.1. -r l'Ainl'iii'iv.ts Knott .roee'ss of rtxkm w ith a vitnnt heart. hud tome convernt'acr m .1 the riKim, Auintur! i.iietuii f 19 he was eitiel, at viudiet'Vo nt ho wa to he (Xeni runs .111 1'rev, despite, ::i invasion-a- l sation tilth him, aduiililii.' the cardinal' ot 1'iern t. tho tors Lrno: end the brilliant am! (Milishisl liaj and we sp. ke ot wa that m'trdrr Iloicta hud tcstmosi ol 111.1 mcr. mil at ho h.id (kit ird told mo t ivnh' stud. id, who s'cmed to have eatlieies! in Ins perluhitid to C'orte, end shown m tho lirt " o, im ellency," he .iid, "thci nrcnood h, sc-son ..Ii the lied lit iUabties of knighthood, btt Homo tho next daf Without Armande. to hurt.-.- , father, the pope, and that he 11.1 rushing M'lablv the two barb wlnih the ' rto I hpoi;o to no more th.it el.ij, hut I Soldati Djem prevtited to Ins eminence, but nml on tlie white shield nf wlm-- o honor out oinplrti I)' tho stand wane ucainst hi lit the rr w'.ct 11. i u stain. Ai d how ditfcrrnt taw him, where ho had retreated tntlit'ev then- are other two now in our stable, I b) inr old hit f itelli of I itta del I atello, I fa'.eof trcme end of the room, lin iiool; nmlcr hi" loniir.u to the uur do l!iyard. the like ot wa thholding tlifsetwotnen' Do 'onlova. and other. the lushest oiiiir, attrr Ikv niter rm, evidently waiting to make lin exit. M. wine h I have never ccn. They .to tlin took ILitard's aji n e and ht Id ,' iticnce m: prut tiealiv a kin after shedding an Armando took his pl.uo Insult' me, ln lone-by the tad. although fur weik way, excellency, if ou will but art oinpany h'.lilr (tlorv cm h.t ttttttitr) I ) In tho ahbe, dtopj mi: into the tear. r.ie." Mv men i.to in Bool Idle lliey and staininj Inr me'imrv iiiielildv ti'becm (Incc lie, St. Armando, li.irarded n letnarli, d I et f m.s and, pe.ssin; by the In hit woik to keep tie lenddv died with hit fine wlueli did not eati h, and therrforedul not barb- -, whoc !i2ht. deheato frame U'licd i'. i. Itroken. at last,liat.'irdalltdd at I chirt.enoiuhpat tins c,Ns), the h.d suth trie And tpnti ttebt na m no mood for their power of sood and endurame, In truth. iisivrr. that nent leisure lor al.11n.1111 i.t. and t'icic was vprakinc, my mind hems lull of tin evontli.l 1.11110 to a loiiplo ol stall. Ill ninth there itu. ' i timgrow moist when I think o!!;e'sl.i, tlierciorc im rurrsbln.4 s..iie Inwrwcw with the. jnlin.il and I!a..ud,m.d weio a wir of w er horct that felly justihod glorious iiit nt the wounds, eil the Ito lis evNTisrcn ovrtl-orn- o bt when, coivTecl with 1 iv.. mole tli..n grateful for tlio happy the head tirisiiu's praise. They Wirv both umbers, und lighting to tlie la?t cliancv that had cnali'ed mo to draw n; Knsli-and I irtopniTct the bisvd. as Iio(Hlese ih;i, I'ltrro dn lerrail cave Un k nvnpl i.' aid of the sisrt'taty, Mai I11.110U1. Ihwkwooil hacl brotulit three or four with SPURGEON'S COLLECTIOi: ill to I Mid. his Hut lota )e irs were to I thouslii too, ol Mine. Ii'l'iitransLt, an ' him f 01:1 llntain, sn.iim:, ami with truth, ct uh.it done 1:1 my heli.ilf, and that thci weio tht- only animal that lould pa It'll, re this happened, unci l!.n. ird was An llislnnee of tlie (.recti frenetic r'n of In career. at pr.'sviit in tho would luveR.'on mucli to have thanked her cier carry him ulien m lull .ai! l!ut th I'miiipltlest In I'rotlillou of thennte the t il 'e ior the rontloTi-for Ik r pfTort., fruitless altlionj-l- i they up two belolo no in the stable were nt su for Oilier. parentlj were. I!ut what strinl me must lienor to I law I; wood' a n barb ito.i nu!o was pl.t. I'd just Is low the dais, r.nd eltclidof all was the fact that whilst m my misery line 1v.1t the crrat bay Uayard iv.h ridins ins liillb.r down the risnn wcro other tallies, for al! who could seat I was and In Siiirs'on't .iiitnb.i );raphi there-iit norenco (!od, upbraiding fate", oik, allj on the day of en trial, when heiieeompanio I I at. whilst nt the extremeobtain nt the there end loom I tit cursini; ivcreut w the duk and hi staff lack to Arezzo. The j wa a hull stand, trlier.ee ai.ioiie was ut hie atl interest ne instaliee f ttle ill.i'k to help ind cm 1110, and tint taught men other wa a blue resin, w ho-- e olor did not crtv to bear away u unuli of a meal a ls ness. roael lies and oliere;) uh elioliu-aotrrei- ! lesson. show oil hi size to advantaco, hut whoj ' could cum oil on the point of In daircrr. his 1111111I and Ms aot 011s. At last tl o levee emie toan end. Thelait bioad ehi'st, lopiug shoulders nnd lenn Irtir.iii; h s llrst x ear in I.0111I1 11. j I'stimatinc touchlv, I sh.'tild s.iv tl...t f till v petition 'nniifter had made Iih renuet, llankc marked In power. Hit eyes were '.'ft peront ilitinl daili 1:1 tin manner, w itn it.is muted to preaeli at True. had made hit last pleas, nt mild and soil, yet lull of lire, ami hi small I IJ'Anilioise Amlstise, ami till hospitality, tvnirh he The eloririmaii there, a ttiTilix man speech, and, turning slowly round, we lir.nl wat set like that of a stai; upon lm feinl..1 a Trench mttiner uliose st peiiil amounted to only about made our way hack, when the cardinal re- ttrons neck. Two crooui. bearini? on their eiercifcl in thesubject ofnt r.oble, was much amusement tired with Iiajard to an inner apartment, liicrie' tho arm cd the houe of Terratl. of at the iia! the li sh Mine's a week, ilitited Ii tu tt .i court, where then prided M. Ar was chief, Icaiina u to our own device. which th" Seigneur do Wh.le they s.it in it.n on u uioio lehiutl and tleheate stile at his house. mando, who appearance attracted general were in attemiame, and set to work with hotiie tlie einiiient prcaeher's nnv rate', nil that wa here In: in of livinc. ittcntion, was curroun'led by tliecentlemen somewhat unnecessary zeal on our appear iiiii sate to touch, ami no one had need to oiilise'eliee Miioto liiin beoauso his fjuEi! af the suite, who a.d.ed the lat news of the ance to sihh tho eoats of their charges. fenr th 1. n dinner at tlie I'alaz;o ( nrnolo iloacin and himself were ooiimni. cocrt, and the last scandal of Macon, where which already shone like satin. hilst w.tli th Cardinal of Rouen wa a prelude to s line of the scant) store of ions. revolrj, instead of .'111111111111; Louis iiw lv.idina IiirIi thce splendid animal a super with M. rotor m Heaven in Hie nml ho lit'can to think of si 1110 plan b., nmromna. An no tdiould havo done, at once heard the deep buy of the hound behind eminent'', who was a notable trem liemian, till eh the) could repay llie olorpyman to Italy, after the defeat of Cesiront I tr. me, and. ttirninc. saw llayard hinielf, who Isanictl tlotin from hi Inch sat on all. fur h:s nombrone. The result of hii action bcim: .1 hud come to Mit Ins favorite. I compliami trie! valiantly to nsav 0111 luiont with further tnico that much delajed hni.ucce mented him on the possession of two such the Cartlin.il nf Striconia, but Notintr that liis friend wav wenntrr wiscompc lied nnd indeed tcry neirly ruinol hit dianec. steeds, j.i who would not hale done, and nt last t own hiinelf lioaten. tor polite an alpaca coat xihioli was wry sh nj whiili were great ut the time. A for me, I Isiyard said: one in a thousand nt table: in nml in plaees so ttorn that ho csmlil wns left to nivK'lf, no one comini: near ine " Ve. they are fine animal, truly the finest d'l'ste wat f.n t, tint jovial prelate ciiilesi In ihyt m! tlirnue;li .1. Spurp'uti hit upon li.ie pi nt. except the huge hound, which rop Howly, I have ever seen, except perhaps the dciili, .tltir .1 prodiciou dinner, wlnih l lis and, aripioachinj, surveyeil me with crave Saioy, who wa alo of the sane can nt II in the iiiorninc and ended r.' foui So at the etiel of tlie eirtiin Intercut. Then, apparently satisfied, he breed; and Jet I am not sure." and he ran said to the conefreijatlon : in the ifternoon, eoneludiii': with so licht wapseil ln tail in approval and touched my bis o)os over the horses. "They were itiwti "Xim, clear friends. I liaio iirenoheij hand with hn critn muzzle. I run my lin- to me, alum; with (Iran here" ho touched a d un) at a adish of nsisted rat fih, nphcd to nu as well as I could, :irtl jnu know down with bottle ol vernacc 1, a v. ine of ger over hi uliagcy coat with a iaritiiii! the head of tho hound "by hit majestt, inordinately fond. At emr uli.it 011 r Sai our rulil In His disciples: motion, and, oIimtviiii; Defaure, the paue llenrv of KnjtlamI, when 1 was taken pris- wlnih he wat own tab!" tin 10 weio nl out a elozeii T mor", 'I'reeli )f haio recoil oil. freclt r; te. whom I hol lirtt addressed 011 ai riving, oner in the I'nelish war." I don't u jut (.nil I'o'.linl 111) sell K'.lted next St Armando, f. :iny tiling froiti you for beiriied li'in to dhow 1110 my apartment, in"A iioblu i;ilt." whdft opposite to e was la iete, the carbut tho minister of this chape: quiring at the tune of .laiopo ami the And jou dinal's chaplain, ami next to him an ofhYcr "Ve lioiii u noble prune. looks to 1110 as tliiiii'li lie ttoiild net disholf I'B. rrnll ailiiiirethoui, cavalicre?" of tho (stpl cuatds. a Spaniard who spoke full, niRnore," ho replied, "The hiiuw "Vis and knew Savoy, too, and doubt little and ate much. .'t. Armando paet ject to a new suit of clothes." "but wo have done what we could for our if ho wat better." Spurcc'ii thou pointed tlnun to liii re!iv the wine, iliinlsiiic only water, nnd have Wen ecommodation. The hon-c"What can kiutlit want mole? A piod ply to a t;uetitiii of mine answeied that he deacon anil said: Jacopo awaitt jou horse, a piod hound" und Ins face sad- was under vow. to, and the "I'atlier Oliioy, dim there. I am Hire in your room." dened a little "a true love. I'aidicii! but "Wo ep.i ahsolvo ;iui lure casdv, ihein tv'II start the oiled inn it ;tb It ilf a I follownl litui, 1 inii-- t see to that last. My e.itle on the tier," sanl la-- l 'lere, who oveiheartl tlie "Thank, fiiend," and niilini; a little to myself at the 1'reni h lank daroini..' needt a hatelailie." r " "hele it some (Irvieto which I can I'atlier Ulliey at cinoo iinKect l:li trlucli .latopo li.nl us'iiineil, no lioubt out uf I said notion;, knowing of thennoitroat recommend." am! he pushed the llaf-- to bend to confirm this statement. roniplimcnt to our host, my new emplojcr. sol row of , lite, which ho bore so brave.'), unrdcSt Armando 'Vo pa.ed out by the same ciitrame by and wlin I: I knew had bitten to hit heart, "I will cladly jjlie tlie si'.i:ie amcniut, The latter, however, would not lie tempt. which I hail loine 111, and, ciokiiih ii foi all hit uai words. and if x cm nil help as much as iniicnn, ed, ninl la' ( lore shook hit bond. the sie uslu rit me to set of "Castor nd I'ollux I call them," "A willful man must have his own wav, our brother u.ll soon liaio a netv s't't, in an outbuilding, and lelt me with llidlcatilit the horc with slight p'.tuio chevalier; but tli.it Urvieto was n present anil a e;oi,i 0110, tnu." infoi iiialion that dinne r would be sen e tho speed from 1'ierrot, out lord's most favored sen-nu- t "Not that thev .ire alike, except 'I he colleotinn Mas made, it real zed " it noon lor the i.inlili.il as well at the and courage, but that thev uio both supa ry fair Mini, and rlio min ster xim nl the suite. posed to halo beiu botn the same day, ami "Imleed," said the Spaniard: "then I can III due time protiiletl with a I found dacopo in limb ulce. Ho iiad set in.!. haio lever been separated. The best ol safe It it H the last pteselit jou will VoiithV Coiiip.iii'nn. nut nil my appnrtl, and wa oniMp-friend iuut, boiu i.r, part, and 1 knight fioui Don 1'iorrot." hit stioid. Ibis he put ilown a I wants 11.1 mine than one horo; so, cavalicre, "How m?" i;ot Mlirel lie Hue I'lslilnu I'or. nine in. and burs, into speech. if you will icpt astor, the blue loan there, "tisviii ai lived last niuht, leiy siidtlenly, "lllood of St. .John' I'.v elh iic v. but did you will hud that lie will ueier lad win." I'isliin is alwutK :in inten st.nif Willi two iisti only, thev niv. lie has not, I not say link vojld tuin!' Vtsti rday we I could bardie sis'ak lor the 11101,11 nt, and however, let seen his holiness .ilt'.ouli pnsiiino or Uiit, and it is suppers d t he held up Loth hand vl".'c," if! weie i.t h'lt tc iltly Iclilsesl to take si valuable he is in tin) Vatican." I'til I'ljee tit lillill.siiphie frame of mill ' , with tho linccrs OUistletclnd. be a cut; leit li)iird wouhl h'He 110 deintl, laI !eie ii'iiiainod silent, but St Inn i.ut alita,i. The' ntlic r i!a. a vnn'i hold!" and he uavid lu iiims aiound the and Hie fhort of it was that l was lid aked ill hit low voiee lei) sat on the iilo;e uf ihe ttb.'irf. In loom, u'ucli r. iirtaudt titled wilhliu-urone ot tho stalls iccricd lor me follow, sit. I 'onld ton 111, 1 into "I do not A hi nexoli lit and ttiiuk n;c as all the nunc Itixiu ions Von si e teifl) ttatehir;; his line. would bo to sal plain? I 'lilest I ask too itillih. To sal that I wa oil! 1,'eiltleuiiili ri'ttanleil the Im) llitcnt-'- ) ifli r iu (irivalioii I am it little", but I will im icli .tddbi ictb.it Home ." IU!i;it leiy "'I ho !mise, di opo?" for a tiiii time, and then tukeil; '1 ho was only itpialcd be the loan ,siuialil siiulisl ci unit the m't "Are .i" twiiht bo, sinme, ami 11111111I1 tlo i.u. I aicoiiip.iiiied lla.iaiil into in "Il means, elieiaher. tliat I'm net wa "What are ynii Hsbine? for. m.) Ixij their coin ; j .1 they wcie novel U. have the i...den, whnh lay to the uct ol the found this nioininif with li! daer sto knit; "Hiles." replied the liny, snappls.'il). at neither ii cd. Does nmr iell my .nean tn Itilace, ami ill nurse of 0111 the amc lime Inokinc aioui d itith ar. ersatinli told lip to the hill III his hcalt " tay Ioiik thu laml id plenty V I had nteivcd the sum bun tint nt by St. Aiiniiiido tilt tiisl pale, and l.o l.'lcie impui'ent (.'riii. At that ii.stant a bi;i ' Not I01 lone, . "ai upo And haikit' I had taken tu ukeii in a low tone D'Amlsii!'. and of tho steps llsli g.110 tremei.ilciiis tui; nt the !'i. not tn itddtess me b an ether "A10 )ou sine of this? When did it toiietliii a lew men, and assuied him and oter went the bo,,. Ho uas llst.J name then that of Douati Do not lit a hint Ct w baton the task lias that I was tn lie that, ol tn) tiiil nali, 1011, and avoid bale "As ui" a I 't here'. It InpJ.eiicd ,111 nut. but his mouth ami car.' were fu. set to pcilni'Ui, nothing but ilenth itscll bluij over tho wiiiociip " 1. onld nit shi.it 111) ciidcatnr. Our talk then limit or so Ci'ter 1'es.iio's cuniiitf. The mpi: of mud anil bis li'liliic l.'n I'ic was lot', "I will be limit'. oMilhiH " illii'ted to other matters, and he .Hi' 11.0 is sanl to be nunoiuo tilth t'ricl, ' and the ami tho old (rentlemaii benmicl pl:iele";i l ."A Kcud 'le iii's on wmr pnidciieisome 11, lot mation ol ititclot mie mime bps I I Kin I) pgn do Ley I a look a 'iri.iitli: on ibe t!riiilnc liny. liobli n Days in tin, mil )ou uut take .110 not to tail. Mine. D'laitraiiuuts It apieaieil that t'urvo. .Now tu b'i"io'-i..ml i.np vmr oars o" ii l.titratiHiics, who had a fiicud at mil I "lireat heavens!" said Lot Itu, "I'oor line nelieil. Hid lour head i.'.-r- . lion do wo rtalnl as his l.lll'inali, Ktielilut do 'i'm 1, the I'lenot!" "I iiiidirstal.il thai I'lid li!.'ikeley rcualiN funds?'' 'I be chaplain of lleainaiic, had foiuuidisl .1 lioin hit seat with a am! Maude Aklibniirne bate oiased to Jacopo, to ' l.oa I hud nitntted mj Irciiioiiille's ditismu le slicht npolocy, and .ippiuii h ue D'AuiboiM', ironei, pulkd 1.11: L.tlor puis and umiit Kiirdiiu: hiuisell, nd a pmyc r that thokiic liancd 'iter him und whipcm h It tv be frletiils." "Ves. the) ilcm'l speak to cneh othei el the wolds in hit car. 'I lie cardinal nodded with iviaibl lesloio him to his position, and icuu "Theio an thirty minus with il .Mine. D'l.ntrauuucH In letuiu to him n siieiit mm, loom, ami l.o Icie nunc liim." , sincae, "What's Ihe trouble. I ttxinder?" m fjio had imt uUiniloncd her! Itick. but walchiiu D'Ai'iboiso nat'im I). kuvo uair worship As il he Inline-Ithis iiuiriiiic makiui; l in nil," and he it- - C'l'ilitf to Ins miliu m o with t 'c sale he had, I Mil that althoiull ho still apie,'i.-i- s to "He stiirtni tn priipoko to tier tin ' ill led the pulse to its biding plaioundel his liioienier, cibliiiiieil un order tiolu Alexali lalicli ami test, lilt civs iteie ciale nnd his other nl'bt and Inn) just begun losay . brow troubled III I. lit. sholtlt altei .eilltl. lin t his breast was un lire ul.in til l e'er del) in.' llinl.ime the Icluye of u ton "l.'uouh foi our turd ut pi cm nt, und l lit. I.0111 had, hoiiever, dec lined to in lie Inch table broke up, ami tie follow til father turiird llio licno un hlin." ''UV more win ! piiuicniiiii.' soon, nr tl.ereu tirleie with Trcni. nnlle's decision, but had suit in) soon. Desp.ti' Ins clfciiim.Ko up cost, Hall)' Neils. hand " bl'iie ii nldeieil niad.u'ie to levite the mil t und Itaruiice, I hail begun to take likin to "I that luck 1K.14M turn." upcitei to In r hiisbiud. rearing that folic St. Armando, and as tho next few hours lloi:ieninllile I'raetlee, would Is usoited to in older to ioiiih'I her were at our disposal, I invited liim to rule iiopo, his Mm showing joy ut tho pews. "1 ciinc! lit v wife of itaiitlr.L' lier own "Niver luind lie luck, but attend to ine to r 1 urn to D'Ktitraiiuucs she ml lbs I fioiu nut with if, us I had a mind to try 'a 1 wunt tu tnlist Ikdl u dozen picsl men, toi's piees. Ibis, hniievei, ho eleiliricil, tii.t about evrrytliini,'." uien tho protection of, the D'.chetvo do la Iinnv ho trill gu iinv where and do uti) tiling. w le) donUi a. line of Intr with the somen hat thy air that mailed his Ittcjoevl. 'I If I fcT harlt,"-i'lvVo- ,'t' Jkf umt liripo; their ownorni?9niJ liorw, ooreoi(nt. and thj nut'.T :no) tLcro. inODbT. Itl)d, ItaMlLX hipl tQ hit devirvi, A SONG. Triore' fwrclnfs In ibf lr Whrn I hp mn m low, T will rncsRp them for a month, ami pny ouch man liioeronns." "'I hat is nt the rate of 01 rrowns n ypnr for each man. W'r could enlist half liome for that. " "rroKildy. but it isn't half Hone, mil) lutf 3 doon men t want." "Very true, jour worship, and I will douh.lcM bo able to lind them; lut.rMil-lene- y rnd PMOCWCAIIMT IIIKOICI SlMlrtO MACHIKI t r.UM,i u.in.ti.ii. 11 iih .iMiir vt, 111 trrTf y nur in frvtitM , rt.ui h me mi, rt sooclal 0er Price $15.50 )lm r, t iI 11. i rrArli hi In l if in.lii ' r rn ri( CI n f I h I r IT THAU . y I MONTHS y - t'rlihi ii r TftlAUn ri ) nt u c tcel-lent'- 111 RHkUfiiiihii', tlotin lit, a4 ittfU.iir 1 jEWARE 'tfi n iur OF IMITATIONS oi-- H k t Mniur tn utianir ttiNhiik ifT rttti ""r ,;n.Z'?,' till tartmaU wmm Jwhh'I: ' 1 THEBURPICK 1 Ivc-to- mgMfinh'AJttMitZJ trW rp T PJI HiRl III RotftMr.it mm. iiiki .iMiM innrnr t.iuhft. vinitMs ntni. nnil i fir rlTTTKj-tH- H tir tta.lo hf ikr hral mLra In J!l 'J J 'Tfr T hy ,tm ut rmt 111 SOLID QUrtTEII SAWtD OAK MOfHSl CtmT.i...r-';'- . 9I fit liM., rm ' tm ni 11 I 1:11c-- 1. e nt .!..; 1 11 .1 I 11 ' ; 1 l mrr i ; rtfl I Ii f Ii if I n f.ttf m t i it vrt juj fir hi rfii f I Until lari n l.lffc tmI m!li nf rl f li ft f At r 1 VI i at 'i f .l ' jtUTM 4 fV 1 int f a X st, nl nwl ' Uf. " t KrN 1 Q tttVjMI l4 UI M ' 4 if f I t I ir if s f '" ' 4 raMlr4 a4 balirMr I " ' " ifcn VfTf1! I CUARANTFED ll( ,4i.imIm nNirlM o4 MtfMl I 1 lallVzl 9 Ii fimitlt t f'rf !(! iiliiUftl nr. it aTll llr Mafhlf Maiv. htft " I i IV?! :ASV.'VflwVv 1 Urnci mi II )uk .1 m .f nf ih "Utt I t tl f! ,f Viyf 'f l.ataftiff 9f t ituh f m Mnr. i -- jJiT rncTC vnn funruifun xTstiL. 1rkf S.CI1 t nt flit Ml ir Itnu' C" if t. ' ri Art, rtYini I ha tht f ft AO. ml fhrn If aj a I 1) t ra tlnfirxl UhlO),t lllllll. I To Rkll ll to I l k ' I XM3N T DKX.AY 2SiJT I i m lUIlkiri 1 llWi Willi 1 MtfV 1 o H I I I tMl" r,!rtil.lr nt f ltrw4 ' 4f . iit.-- i I a II rr , tsrt fur In atl i .u.4 y rr ! nini vm t.i ti CO tt iiri rr 'iiauiius.i!ia.tntsiiiih Inc. Chlcnyo. III. MILLER" '' I 111 I ,.', ti. 5 v'Vrs-- S A SMOI-- 11 111 1 ! ' I . j d. ll t 11 . For Women Arc I lie Most Stylish Arc the Most Durable Arc the Most Perfect 111 11 pnin-in,- K.i&feSS 1 111 if Are for Youn .ind Old Arc sold only by Us e. 111 - 1 i'oe.i -- They Fit the Feet .is Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS. BRIGHT & CO .'j; ttV'MimS: KICII.MOND. KY -- )! 111 1 0 11 LA I.. -- 11 1 1 -- The Bcrca Monumental Co. h,, 117,. ... . w I - fl ,. . . ,.', ,,, " ,',,' , , l fflelf Wd -- 1 eor.i-unio- 1 Aiiylhinj; in t he monumental line IaI 1.1 h.-- 1 . Ami" " I . I ' .. , f. 1 Ic.idstones, $c.00 up to .my .uno.tnt. 1 1 ... Marble and Granite Monuments Material and work first-clas- ... s. h, At prices to suit the times. I - hpy-de- v JOHN IIARWOOI). Prop. LEWIS A. DAVIS. Medicine and Surgery, Mlii'f ut You Herea. Kv. Want s Iru-tiil- tn-In- GOOD GLASSES c n Berea. Ky, ! 111 I:. B. McCOV, thorn-sdie- t Dentist, 1 . 11 .t I ! Berea, Kentucky. A. P. 1' Ims ynr in n-- I d r hu '11 m .1 ' .1 .. i. ..ir I.' I . -- I, II. 1111,1 pt-i- 1 SETTLE, .1 A 10 .tl. Li Mill it 111 11 1 Attorney nml Notary Public. lierca. kciilinkv. I ,.ii lim .Vi'i 1 ir 1:1.1; V T. A. IIOBINSON, Je'Aeleraml Optician. 'Tn. Mat ,11 ' one-eye- CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. UP'to-D,iie Uiilil Further Notice Proprietor. Pontes. Nothing But The 1 ii'i-scl- THE CITIZEN tll.ll (fl'l 11 Best Finish at the Lowest Prices ihI 1 111 11 11 1 ." . BURTON; The Photographer, III. I i J Tlie Toledo Blade or Tlie Louisville Commercial : XI l it IN t XI In-- Fine Photogrjphs II II H si at Heisonable II I It l''. Prices For 50i n Yc.ir. All (or $1 00 a year. court-Rrd- lltll Until tl .t'tl 11 apait-mcnt- s ! Don't ( tllti.lt Il Miss It 11 111 1c HANSON & "PASCO'S Come at Once i J i l, ,t ' J t ( I . I Il I I I IIH 111 I v 111 H. C. JASPER. M. D. MKDICirJK nd Sl'UtlF.RY. Oilier i.t I'utlur HuiUin', Ktcliniond, Ky TflrFlinnt-- 103 & l(l 1111 11 "to-da- - , at Job Printing Dhl Jheap t 111 i'-- w- -ll rJ '' 11 c 111 11 '' Iflt A. WILKliS SA.ITII, I). I). S. Smith flnihliinf, Mtmt St$ntt lit hii'iHit. t if ilntiM't lli'-hl11 , ii:.t.i. sriH.rin Nu Ii ! I . an 11 nt Mil t , Nit tUt, liiif nu li'jii s sun ,nei Hultil Nuti lleaiJsi K tilt it la Simi I 'nil lit.us,im lists an ti ii i.,ii 1, ml inn at a Itu - mi all 1 Ki tut In a t.iti sl pile in: . . 5i I5 1 tin htatU. 1 ou 85 5 1 - 1 -, 111 KodoB Dyspepsia (,','IIIS. l v j ,ti ii Jll.tmt luIN "" vi liiiMiie ss Canlk " w iii"m 1, I Ii' 3 lutf , . . , 1 tu til.tr St.ttt itunu . . x5 sIMI II ' l ttu t 50 " I stion.-petitio- n no Cure iirtiu-etriR'tln- " ,;..i 1. e ... Mm ' iliu 11 - mu ut Ua ttfawe .u..i ltMt Mb Hull, a tstssl ay i ., '.. 1 ; . i (1 1(1, livi-an- 1 t Itaitllit'lilllt ill'i'Sls I hi' liuiil ;iinl;il(s Kuttirc In siiriiu'ttii'iiliii; ami unl can stand)' Digests what yoti cat. Mail utile ate Itlllv .lite Hill sl riH.N IS J()i li .1. , U-lt- c 11 1 1 tICK'lll';ill;l('llf,(;is;lm;i,(',lJS,lld nllutlli'l ri'silltsol Prepared by E. Jj. i;. I11111. ri'lli'M'sniitl iktiikiiii'iiII) I'liioi I)yspcisi;i, liiiliu'i'siiuii, lli'aiilitirn, Ffaliilcnrt'. Sour Stoinai'li. Nausea, C DeWltt 1 In Ii;iii-- Ii l ilii'stiic ur- Is I It' lull s lllM'iiVflrlllll;i'St and toiiti'. Niitilln-- r iii'i.iiallnn iiiiinai'li II In rllliirin'i It in. I'K'INT. Ie Utile k. J. I H C. MORGAN, v e 4Co ellk'e'- -l leitj. . Crjlcago. 'i .' (iri llmif,Nittliillill '. ! IDonttsU Surgery, .1., .1 . WDIiUII, J. HC. la li It l!tli(lili(j' Kkliiiiu'iil, Ky, I "Do l( II i. and CUIDliD BY INTUITION. U'ohmli .Imiiiii nt l iiiii'liialiiiia Without lli'tiirllnu to l.iiule mnl U Ina. "1 Itrttiti t(i think. Ihrtr it no limit to Mom n'a i ii i tii i if n It 1 .in in t iti.ihiit In r tn ir,i,l .li.iiiiilrr i.n ni.l, I. lit uhnt Hi t" lin ik nit. I iiif .! uiiiniili) la thi' tatt Hint .. ni- - ii, ill. I,. ill pinjiiia l.rr ktimtlolite tii. mt. i tin- - Im nt .mil tii.ikr lii r iilxiiit it i.iti-rt,iito (i.tnv at itith tliiimt with thitut ( r nmr ilay put hi In. in .i.it .ii..i,iti.iti, II 'i tii.iti.iiin, ami thr a rnni lutinti t tic it -- i.U ink of At ..ii' 11.11 hnl In tl.ia flltl III! IIFtllOll 1 lllltF, I. iiiiiIf itiKitl tiiatimi., .mil w,i titi.illy g.ail tn lit R.. itith it i .iiii.lralil) Iiiikt than tn ..ii,iilnl ilir.ini. lit m ri.til nf i.tili.h nrr ami in tlir "llin :iiii a rnj(,in. til ..1 pimpri titr ri. lira I li.nl t..li IIU Hill' "t lilt lilt I ! III lit .Hill n' till' llll't.1 tlilllK'" 'Ill' III It III FXpI'll win II tlll'.llMl h rl.i-i'- .t It i;.iti Iiit thr MiF Illl.l ahi' u.la In. Iltl. tn lllakl' 1 pIlllntF. II. ttallt kli'.tt Hh.lt tli' Hiinl ttni ka ini'alia. A iniikil l..Mlt it (ititk to hrr Iiinl all i. hi, .li, 1 tijtiiii' mi IIif outlook if tin' il.it.1 iin.l i al.iti' iilut pi lu ll. Yi t alii nine to in. uilli il alir li.ul mil in o!'l ttM...l .iti.l atrnkltn: Hint I'. Ill III.' tn Imy I M 'li.ui IV iKi iitiktlt t.il.l lii r that thrv Mm ihail ami Imriril. that ahr llnitht na t ell iliM'.l in ,i .lit oil Hi'lltira uiiki II hip. lint hi r iiiin.i aa inulf up I tlii.ii.'ht In-- a ihisip iii.F fur Iit ati.l !' thr ti uiiii.il xi .irf t .in, disemir.igrj nvith M,toJ. ciUtrh or r'tr'tmuttMn. !.kt IUvJ s SAryir.titU faithfully And rtrsisttiith, aiiJ vim wilt won ,i i"tv. I his in'Jtctne cured thou-.yrothers .mi it noill d,i the ume of 5cA to A ui 'fiitt it yi-- I'.Ifi IrlFli-- . fnr Itrrtln. ri.ropr.in i u titiat i lamia tn hnvr ilitrnr. n,.,iiniiia nhuli trill alimulatr Ihr nif n mi ll h.i lit. i I'" Ii llli'il nil ' hiMtl lut) a, uli.l Inlr i ii ntitta i, in. i. ia ..f .in i iritri. It.niil. I.n Ii lill-Intt ilititititii! Illili.illll il u;i)i ..I tnikitiit ttia- liiain n..ik. II. tti r'a s.' .i. mil lllttlla ll.tl fnr lilt) )!..!- - I.ttll il.nlli it It illlta itaHpai.i mnl ,l at .m naluiall) . v .11 I lutr It titr aniiir fjitiin. it Kuud." tlnlililra ntlil lltllllla up .lli.l llivnt'ir.lll'l 'Mult' i nolliinit "juit i i r.iiinuuy uktn. krl mult "Lit iiif i lii'lratF. Wlirn thr .i . iiif I ".. mil fn rr I ) n llriniu. Thr riilt. LilFiitiil, haiiiUnmr trinrr l.ttiatrati a innioif t thr flit of tlir brain-il- l taahirr ill thr I.iuihIi). "Ilr ininrl" lir tmpnni a. "Am I ilirnmitig?" llit- 3 uiinir irl alii lir hlir Iia mil lone to rrina in lioiil.t. I nr iliFpti Fntlyaputlia thr 111 h, tali ntr.l. Iiaml aniiiF at ntliiirr ami mitliia thr mn liititn! Ii.iiliiin.ikrr tn nlmiii ahv li.nl pliitl.tnl Iter trolh Tina, of rtmrtF, tnakr it .1 ritith that alio la Una III Int.- - Ditloit .lulllli.H. 11 If, atiiouly. li, MATTER FOR CONGRESS. I'rrllj tilrl tilth I'natlillnii Millar I'alnta it Snuurtliiti llrunrillnu I'nalnur lnnii. .11 1 V .& Cit ra 3 i. ss fc . 4 a fa, t F "Vra, Irn I'm .rut ,,r,r.. 'i r.'ViM tlir il..fill tilth .In- ll. . .1 I. mi. ..i, In r ji.k.t Japt, .!...., ,t tin h ih..i markr.l tvanttil irirtiUF, hIit tint i. .ii. I lie m built t..HF tUt..r.. linn fmift. itrrarainrl i.r tMifi.rnn fruit think it hoiiM hr Ktr.it. na "M'. w!I tnrtrr ton, imi know. ttlll.'.l IIMII II' II, I Ft .1 F ll girl. Moniil hut ihrm iut . Ink ..If "1 If.ii , -' ' I l.t ii tin' ll. tn.it lhrtut.tr W'nh I itrtr ,t in.,!, tii. .i.iil.l j.t Ita.l l i n la k tij.' ii.if. to thr l.n.t.ir awho l.V tln..r J ',1 In lot, f thin,--, nit tmr in roBijrrw In lia.j ni.t lit.- - l)i tl.ut I nhuuti. rmt lianit ht " Sfc thr hut .tamp jwt uith tirr barnl anil trippr.! jwi, ami thr t.twn.- - nun OZARK ACRICULTURE. Ithin.l thr Intra at thr v, in.I.w .thrtl an. I. a hut h a ttriry Iiiom u.n hi hand Chi-ttlint rnrniFr I'mi'llrr Itiilnllnn ol irihuiir rrtii In 'Mini I'riillllo Tii I. iia Anarlr ntul iintlirrn Call Itric lint f iiriilii, llvrrt I'mliy niiht, at Id .TS p m , it hiiitii.r a pin i.tti t tliF a.i rv that tfiit.u.'h l..unt I 4r for An:rlra ami a O.trk at aitirtFil tin- Tlli.ril.iv unt. Si.ttthrtll I ...il.. ll.i.i, .rati thr I In. n,'.., at iioltarrtin aa .in. If a urtiirr, .((irr killini; t iiFt Milttankrr A St I'm, lUi.uaj, I'm-I'.i. a luin. il up lit thr p' . . airatnti thi anaki rri.rr Mitln u, t I... ...... t i Omaha, ( ol- Irn.l .tiaki-- in tin ttirruu In I. .It 'li wilt ( . nraiiu !piit..-- ami f..r .t, ml all l.a.' k tn thr p ra l... t ult. N i t a l t itnt in Wl.t .In mti tin that, my nooil n.an!' tlir ifuttia riFnt.at In ait.titu.n t. tl.r rr;u'ar I'liIIinan air Thr farimr l.xikFi) ittri.ttialv at thr art r. raid .ar ta a. ,iniwiii'it it) an intrlli rtltiat. alul. arrinf that hr waa oi an. I i ..urtrou "iximrr, ' rrarth ( iiif.rma!i'in. irplnil irrht, t.tfiit-trii- t who i. attni.l t,. tl.r w ant of pariirta an thr p'nW ttl.l titir thr "1 m null "lhi it an it.t ur.jr nrw Iraturt-o-f anakra onthat nrat r..iiinl " iIif and x. til t.unt car nrv r l. Ijiliea (if ajijur. i that thr xirlitttt a at.'l ni)iti by fami'.ra or tnnriin firit. thr t.niti.r Kint'Mtiil fclMt 1'artnuiar attrntmn n rxiiil to th "I intrr thr anakra .. thit thrt i'I .Ir' It f of i hi lirrn, who uii.iy grt tary on ,i iftlt.".r That t what totlra.! h. lona" j.,urtir.t " ra." Mill tilt ti irnttat, tt til a r iiif in Ttwar arr !rrpiBtr rat lp tin It.. n " rontitlliil tlir farntrr. "'!tr I tl in J itith all I lit tri.rir hr. eaar to tttakr tnr j.iurni t i..nit.trtal..r ami piraaant, riit .f amlBal matitr furii.thf and thr Itrrth ratr na h hrrth i Anolit n.'Hf fhmrnt fur thr plant hlr. I Iif lflftlatr firra..j iai.n. (0 (J liutn I'tu thr initial "V." again Mittwill makr inrn irmt, am to t ahf .rn.a tl.r nrarrat .tirkft "Tln nkF trumphartlt aikrtl thi for a i..ut m ,.r alir lo.Jrr. I'm won't thrt" .r.t It IlrartorU, (irm-ra- l and Ticket farnirr A((bt, L1.MJ,' .. li: " Yf," .t..l thr , irlttl-- t ' ..l wltakt tti" intkr in.trr anakra. that la Hint HI' all rn tl .l.'t t, inat.t ' It t t'.n, ,i, in, i. tl,n V .Mai M ..nirh tat. n in tlr ..el uiiirr ..f this upiuu." t;;..U I inn... rat. St. ltiiia fstllti - i, ' ', I ' M..ti . mi. I lint .1 In. III. I - '" nt .in. u r li Iti in i.ii llii- lilt! in ahrlf in front ..I tin- n in. I .it in. I ViMiirly nit tin- .Unit, p,,k I,. i. ,,f J'UttilK M..r. 'I Wullilrr thl thrv ...n't hair ....t.. Ihtnta in thr ifltir tr aa t hi il.i in I r antthtnj- - ,.kr that ifr riMij think it wmhM Ir mf-ill- t i.nr i,. Im im rut. untth nf tamlla in.. r.iit. .r ihiw Mtr j.uu! ttr ttrr.ra. toll ktmn , .111.1 if In- ' Mi .i.i Our llumlinl Dollar Itrwanl nt I atarth that annul l.fiuil J .itarrh I iiif R .1. t hi in Alt,. Prop , Tolnln, O. Vr, thr 1111.I1 taia'iu .1, hat i' klinnn 1". .1. linn Chfttry fnr tin- laat I.t rata, atitl all huainif tranaaF-tititi- t 1'irfi'tly lionnrahiF uli.l titi.ui. la'.lv at If to ratr) out any I'lili.'atinlia inailF b) thru firm. Wrat i. lrual, Wlinlia.lle lrtiti;iat, UV f.ffi-for all) ia-lby Il iU'a 111 Ilntt'a Ihlaf nil o J - Tli'-.- J niurart a i ivn AND DOWELS - 1 tin.. aii.t.lrri jump to tlm Mlrptl-1- - o . M..,i- .ili.l aliF ill .111,1 tl.tt .Hit ltltrtlM ai'll'F,' 'Mill .loll'! l'i III ahl an. I tt In Ii It F i .itllpltl .1 lli.li-I1. k til. .lilt, llllt M afil.il. 1.1 .Flt ta A ,1 itl.Ft.l " Tli.fi' lintaa took '' .(), M I Human A Marvin, U'lmlraalc Dru.viata, Toll ilo, '1 ( at.irth me ia takrn intrrnal'v, llill'a artine .lirntlv tiK.n thr bno. ami mtn..i.a aurfananf tlir atatrtn I'rui T.V par ht.' Ti attnionia.f tlr. ,nli by all llruvciat. (I. WaMinit, ii- frrr a jy in ctr .iii Hall' I'amilv IM! arF the 1 t. Orluln of 'I litinUaixIt Iiik Hat. "Wr t.ulit t.t tl to niikt- 111 u lt. a .ml tutli imati tut," rcin.it ki. I 1. tin' I', llnl-..- , ati 1111 I tt .ti'tl it that Hill ' JJtii- i- ' In u if.,if 1 miip.uuoii li. in.uuiii.il.. .1 ti ill. 'ti ll I, In hi- - a uilli nit lit 1 lilt' tor l.iotl'J.I I li,-- atiui- - "i I, ll.c ut ia luitor). -- N. Y .Iminul. rAMseS'oarfe EFFECTUALLY , ' - a i . lkr iil 1 llllllll l FlaFItt lUl liralllll. TirkFta iiif on -- nil. nt nil prmi'ipiil tlrkrt (rtli-fa- t of tin- - ( II A l lit . nil thr lift - ot ma ill 1 Ii. l.on nml thli.l Tiii-at- ut mini. I tup nil.- - nrr iiim.Ii' to ailtit ill tlir H'tM, Sutitli 1111.I Soutlini'-- t If tun roll tFinpl.iti-1trip tin- - nmti-- it nill If tn tour ititi ii- -t t. luiilt timr iiFitn- -t. ' . II IV H I' I. iiKi iit ur n rito l ii IM.M.nl-M . L'liu'iniiiiti lirt'ljit .laii Mfjiiiiit 111 Dl6 I J tJ i,j tin ii.m, .1 tin- II ..'1 -at .ti ll. tiallll,lla, tun ktu.w 1 v JlABITUAl . .St llmmt' I min aiotinl nut h 111 I tunt ir -- "r tn .t. ir l'a. r , I I III t ult" am an attotm 1 atitl .1 111 h if atitr uf in ami .tit Ii.m .1 r,.iiuriF Ilo ton "Im Hi. .nil na k n,tlil in know, I tii.iiiht ti.ti nut- - tin nrn ttaatui' Ohm MitF .li.iiinil Itctor." 'a ( 'rollp t 'UP'. Ill till' olllv .lf la anil tiii-- nr.- - tor . i..u. .iinl pmuiiit.111.1 to tiaii'i' tte. 50 opium to .tuit t "t'au't t. t. til 111,111 iniir r' E-MAN- 'M ! - 7 JT'-a- JL ll.tt A Thr I. Iff iit,'r nf I'hlMrFn. . I Illlta. I' li N'iitj... linn . X U ' t l In- ifr ft - .t .t ' . , ii .. ii.rf t It ikr in ik it in tilt air vt i JUST Itiit MAHRIED. III 'I 9.)S1 i m fur what I v.liu I'niUtiu in ji Vt'i tal.li- - ('.nil. jKitiiitl lint tl.in- - fnr im' tlmt I feel ii KO. ttlltlt To Wtt. M1IHAW ''I inn mi pnitrful to j "llol.l.t" iinlrr Jliroiiatli llir tlii.uli I must 1 Modlclno if Thoy Only Know, Says Mr3. King Plnkham's Woman Would Suro-l- y Try Mrs. I t. ll iiNiut it. A tvns ti'tir it (! t;il. li m rv l.'k. Iktftiirst'inilil i!o nif tin 'hh1 mly to .Itll.l.ll till' tillll uliirh 1 I -' lunt iilniott fi mMillitlj. ;iit muiio of your j oiiimiiii ntul 1 tiiU urn' IhimIo mid mvivitl Item (It frmn II tit tnu'o. I liuvi' talt. ii It rtiT f.iioi mnl now lintu no li, ul.ii. 'lif, no alu in my f.Iil' mnl my htomiirh mnl nri" wi ll I mil lioni'stly Miy tlmt tlii'ti' Ih ii.ttliinc ,,t t. f only l pvit.v Momiiii liotv mm li ooilour mt'ilii'liH! Iiu iIiiih' mi', thry ttonlil min'l.v try It." M.ltniAI. 1Ci.no, Noiith j Tli--ll- lni'lt Am.ctiotio, Man. Tl.i' tvny womi'ti ivlinH ii ilirtv of JKtst lllllll'rstllllllilll. fuliu ss iI. h m. mi tli n 1. trltli' with lirnlth InililTm'nii' that U ihhii'al hralth: ttoniiil lii'rvoils, Irritulili' mnl Miiip-pis- tli'it I'll!' I'llaa 'I'h.t vi rv rllorl of nilim; wonu'ii II lilttrj llollF. Wlirn ton air a tn.in c.iitrr to ronfr a to ho pM.il niitnri nuihi-- t tlirm .mil fault thr iliiiin. air In- has a lantrr In nnr nf thr limat ntira of our v . hi'cn t it ntf to Mn rinhhmii. hhu will tluiF liiu all Ina . ii ii. .nt uli.i li.ii luii.il' mir tn ioihcjI. L'liii ij;ii D.ul) Xtna hlr in tl.r noikol pri.iiiiiii iit '.i'Ip ton to mnl htippinrKH, MtiMt ami fruit aiula Mill not llllt II" I m.lll.lk'll It tlll'.ttl'la. Ill' hat In i n Iti'oitMHitliin.i toiri t Mr. I 'iuli lui ill's t... .Iinl null I'l T.NA.M I'AUKUi'kS at tins tn ll.lt i' mill It tot V hin i I.ynn, Mass. oilvifu. IKr mlilrt-l.b. lua pilt naa in.iilr Iia M i'i aJl Jl ii;'t'Hta. n il nt: ii'r-vmtt mi- -t llllppilU'SMIIIllllSI'- mi it i srv. si t i. n. HiM'iiM'imila'H U hrii a t.tiiiii: man mairiia nn.l opi iia up t holliF oiif ot Ina i tnr! alltirtii a ta to appi'.lt llllali-- l i.t I In a.tuatmti Mini aa nu. h likr a trtrlali ,a tM.aail.lF. I t.tlrt, til, H ho ti .Ailil L'F ttiil.lt kn .it ii tit ln i nalni'. ! a ni tt -- tint .lli.l jllat arttllil lll'IF la a aalllplr It. .in Ina allnnat tulltilliluua lulitma lion at tin' trirphunr iiif up a MitiriI nf FitttFt tark. I ...n't ktiott .in tiling .ilmiit 'hr N'umUr ll tun f irul miiiil.Fr of ta. ka in a pniintl to .In la to till lilt null r All. I. aa) , arlllt IIIF L of naila Trlipi tilit a I'm not halt a I'.'. aakitnt tin- - I'll. . am I iia. half a pFik. tint a nhil I a, in Nmv I nant a a.iH l,.ll't toll kriott tour l.llallll'aa Tina a .1 ii'anlFin,' r lUiti't..ii'a I.ritatF Intnl. i r mill I tlnit't uant ant iuri I in or calij: uu, jiitt ,1 irttul.tr ht.'iaFaaw. I limit in a hi niiiFr an. I .1 hat. hit ami .1 alrphithlFr Ami a.it, I H.tnt .1 itiMt.1 atrnm; ttllFlil" F Itrokl' ..III' ill tun t Ilia' at.ttFliJ tmil i.liaini'ta ta ho ma. It till' alow All otrtr a, ,l u. I Iif fh " Cot to tlo la to ItliiFton itFr aHF.irinit t"i a ff tt ttaa tattliiitt au.-t- t at tliFitrtHFit hi if totltlia of a I L Wlllt kinil' "I llFFtatrak, of lltlllaF. 'f'F lint I a 1 II It htltaFalFik IT aFFl atFak .it OUT hoilF I hti-taula of a.in.,icF Ni'ti r minil. nun, linn oihri pFttpli' l.ii it. I nlnata lint lit t Iif t inl if.illitn of rnlTi'F, tit.) iloli'tt fitnitt o t. .na, half a liuatii'l of or.uiiti'a tr-- . halt ,i I iiIifI ..n . n hoat makF of I'atlliFtl t;.i..a .. I 111 hanilli'' All tiitht. ai'inl ti- - i ...I.If ol , -a of ailFrtril, a llUirtlT of 11 ait! ton ol liFFai', half a l.nlr of IttttiiF. tnu of loavra of IiiimiI, 1 1' tr ah ipt-t..iil ,.l I. mti r ami a a.n k of allit.ir Yra, ju.t a liitulati'.ll auk, toll ktion Ami. hoM I iimkI by." on. pul in a luakrt of ntf IV- - rlriliiinr. soppllr A nrrtoiia tit iititmi , ho 1 an ira n ,ih him tt hi Irt r in tl at F.a .1 nil of Inpi', na ak .1 lit thr iaml.onl o I a atnal! Iiotfi lira in n,il.i loiiiil) ithat thr topi' naa tor. "Ih.it txplauiitl tin ilriimiriFr, "ami lire I alnat- - h.iti- - it uith lur an in t.it' ot tilt' 1 tan lit iiiiai'if ilottn llitlii tlir minion." lilti" a I'riiti'i'llim til Itnlli llnila, fti r.t, 'F'D NTLY y I. a n BVy-T- laMllnrtl, "but itllFata mill till' m .uhji.ii' at tin liotii." Watt-- . I pirttv irit.nl nlia." ami the tar 1'lanii.io H "iil .ttlil IIfi I'ri'at'r ill Inn fnr I'lilll Pt't rr is tl la.t tin I'T (illlivr'a TiHTI I fsa ( im i Insii It - siunn) iruiitiiitl iiiiiiinciii at.tati'li-stortu X. it im' no pay I'm I'.niii In I s E. QENVI N BY "Tlir tnn lirulitl snl tint up .itiothrr rurr.' ,i ahr ancrv in. .nunc " "U'li.tt hat "Onr of hrr lirjil boiiitht juat likrtli.it nhnli thr otlu r unt' w ptia tin tln.titv" 11 Anni r. jic."--lttt!ll- nu (JUI?KNIArrcSYKVP ... ni . To I nrr n I'olil In llnF Ilnjr Alt rnkr I.txatito Ilrniun luiniii.t Tabli Uni.vista ri'fuml minify if ll tails to run;. 'Xic t. ton pnniouiirr thr last a Haiti; 'biittrrinrv akiil tlir it tmiiir "Thr laat avll.tblr ta ailcnt," atillly trplii'il thr itrour l..iiiilnti Allan tr. - of tn.it t.nnl "I Intt- tin . . .. Thr I'lllllll' An.'ir.la Ihr l'tli.t In Itat.'a 'liiiii i' itt ll.iirluuin.i mnl I ,ir tnrriitinha. I'lkf'a TlKltll.il III' Dlllpa ( 'UU' III tllll'IinllUtO. timr tn thr life rf man nboliia moiii v tn burn nhin 'I ia luin tn aift tlir alu.- - I'onn iii'ii'aa.uy for Tupua. iHtmra a ,1 Tlicrr prnrrallv J0HN.M ''MAMM OTH MA L ORDER th.' I Aftrr phvaiil.in bail fivrn tnr up, I waa ht I'i'it'a 'uri' llaltih Krirtr, W'lb ani.port. l'a.. Nov. '... 1V0. house, ax $ r) I6(T V 5,000 GUITARS AT oi the finrst imita- $2.65 S Witt I aN ' Hyouwill IU as, This Guitar li nude I THIS ELHGANT GUITAR FOR S2.65 tli.m VY-- ot tlirm, lolial ii lartft'-- t nmract in rut'h ri t r in .o im intruiiii nt tUcJytfiiNfi-'inra'itioc.- . n lot i rh.m-.trt- t .tiii.nt ilnpla .it tLi4itTrr. 'iiihtiry t..lL. ItitU I (,n r v !i ai tu on fiirli n hi; m ill. t r ru til yr-.iulu ,f.nt! I ttiir u ' null mi mli i.n; U n i't: for ii. i i v r mm !i a t i . i ' I r.Mika-- t t ri w. fi i x," it ry iruit.ir i'i.. . u tn f r u a j r man tit purun ui a ft i. . t ran . r timit.i iii lii-frtiiit n II .nl tin Ttai ir t .t v Uvl . i ('. (). til.jivt lt rx.tn.in.4i!n, ut n m.cm r. atu th tt Tir'il't il v. r in (till l t m, a .'.a' t- r t.irn r mi uinuty nt..l ihar'e No tnorr S3 & 3.50 SHOES Worth $4 to $G compaicd. wan oi nor nukej. . W. L. DOUGLAS Iiittr'l ht I.IMMI.IHNI ffr'MIMtlr ' ttiT UCitlflk lite lltVf l. La m 4 y ,L .lam or Mm. ataiit It. r l.umpt' ami iitt.l thr i.irn.ii' . Alll"llaT otlltT t tin - In- took III lll.'l It th.tn.i-.li im that Iif ilmi.' nut in lllitlt llnl n,la lotli tilt' ( .tilM'lllll. tin Hit itn.lt' I. .1.1 Inn) it h.ib .i thrati r. Tlir lull lit' illlu" .' il mill n.ia aiupriaril l.a. In n .. aaktll .lluillt Ilia tllp. Ill' lilt II Naturally hi' naa aakul if t. i.t. li iiif it ,,l '1111 thp t'oliaiii.ii. Hi; li.ul III! ,1 .li I inii.k nun lit. I it. To ipinti' lua nnti n. ii! ll n aa a lilaiiiiil it'iotl IioIf i.ni r, ! . U I ' THE MARKETS. I'ISl inn t ri lit' -- l 'li atili' iinniiioti t J -i a 4 I in flFi't t tltftt.'r t' il Vi ,i : fAI.VK. Pair in iti'itt IUkI i imis- - anil nratt J ,13-- 1 . JJ Mtl.il p.t'krr tt -- liipitt-rl.u-li- i 3 TN ft 3 a, .1 -M MIKHI' Ciioitii if . , ,'t ,t I.AMH- - i ru. tt aN ad .1 i'h ri.ul'l! .t i ii i r r tmrui I.IVr.-KK- itil t l ut r. ' a in 111:11. t ii." t I'ni' l'll'. . .. 1 1 ' i p I ."'iraU' JV frt in... iAN .f. im i.ii. , i't i ai ra' .t in SHOE tie nt.l wi.H,i SB JW. " Itt till' ",t (tt . t mill atl.tiiila in ll'llllltl ul.ii ,lln. t 'ill. r lit' i.. IN....nit tl to i lijoy In 1 t. till .1 (ilt.tlN tlal--V- Wlnai-N- No anal T in N f. toi .' ; .' muist ..., i i. i i , .11 ' H. Ittl No n. I HOJCtAS CO.. Brockton. ' T lii i.l iiiith r at - f .I ' ii ti. t ir ri i'. 'i .1' !'.. N. am (In. iif in n nl.ij .iit . IKuly with thorn Ii , Personally Conducted California 4 4' in l.ii'a iliV nun path ' a li.it. li ainata atrrwn I nil-- , na'it. ii, Die ri(H lllNa l'a. Ja rk. l.ir.l ,. Ht'lTIIII I'h.iiirit.urv I ii....-... i n aliii-- i . l lu. lii- I.. Mill) .MM'I.i: I'll!' lui:. Vi r l.r! Hit AUU I l.til ll Wiuirr IMlrni . .. . I. IIMN Wiirai No S r u... .. S, .1 t. iiaifn . riUK I tilts No '.' .... it- - N.. .' . nt i hint at .. Ill '. ill . - .11 tion mahogany with either solid rosewood or walnut fingerboard, pearl inlaid position dots and Gorman silver raised frets: it has fancy inlay arounu , ound and lest quality American patent 'he top of Guitar is beautifully bound with celluloid; it it strung with a full sFt rtf Kv.t ntiifilv st.vl scrinps and is rcaay to puy upon. li.-il- no lrf v we will send you Demorest's Family Magaiine for three months and give you two handaome pictures In r' ' Utl, I UI ".i t f,vi'y ir )y i i Mt all mxi u. t'l.. It liv numh r tmr tt nt ir . cm; ir ftr if i' u w t Ki t ten colors, exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings. They are 8 1 his oiler i hy 11. inches. of this great family nugasine is enly good lt,r to days. Willi to UlMOKLSrS MAOAZINC rt Ha'partrnent , no $2.65 ririu a lm l. m:v vork citv i tl) liti I .1 . ai, . : I n which is listed at Excursions Via the Santa Ic Houtc. Thiri turn n ti. jtvni Chtcj(o ttit. Kan.i(.il Twur ft I. Iimu M 1'juI ami Mima jim'W fimii si I.'in ami muv.1 llUhlOII. Mm t ... .. . 9D lit, SJ ,i I. .Mill I I I'nllli S, nil.. 1. a T I'.i . fit'.. c aialU'l, a .1 , i' .' "i. ii1 ed on rccoiot of only 10? to caril oav aTnP0510!?- - or cxprossatfe and as Sticfonce 1 oVtof good faith the 109 is 2llowcd on fint crn'jovo. 3y amountinijto IV flToun MOh TM V 6B0CII.Y" PHICU Ll.T f L everything to eat wear at lowest whrtssste prices and uie.is furnish, tl9 ia'-c1- I ai J U llilt-mlv. I W 111 t l No nil I 1II1N No .'Uilli'! Hi It IIA'I' xi:w voiitt .n.l p' i 3i tt 1,1, nt. TIIEnai l Jfr KM. I'Dlllt l N am I. AKii iv'i'stirn I ins l.it.TI.MOI.'li. . V (tl at, U. at ' a '.' ll Hit vr,;. Rheumatism A'r, u i. uiiii'i'i: . laiiif t, luofct fit .ItiLr 111 MK1IV f.r cflactiTf tin J im I' tt .1. '"-I Ii .. 0 . t'sllfolilU CuitrHini)i;iur Mittcilc tl. T. A. QRADY. Mnavrrtali..riila T .url.l Kr I. . X Iho tllhitofl. lotrka & Snnla Ir Kaihtat. l'l A .lain. Mrrrt. v.lllk.M illl.l Alaiiil.lltv arlMtit Ivlurt'll CIllOKO fnirftiltil tiitli t..titii1rl a 1.. i't aliipini: tali, IWIti r than rtrr l l..f. ill lowrtt i alt a. l!aiirmttlrruiaioii roiutiictora. lii 1 4 L "J ti.t 4' .- - I, 4 4 gest well, appetite poor, bowels con Etipatcd, tongue coated. It's your liver I Ayer's I'ills arc liver pills, easy and safe. They cure dyspepsia, biliousness. 25c. All DrugKisis. .u ir if .1.1 t.r.w ll or lit Ii I.' irk " 'lli.Mii u Clb lita.laltt. i..auu....t P mm i r. I'l.tll li tilt IN l.'tf I - '..nill) iiit.il t. V tills a "i lirrn Mti ..rn Mi No X.i JriM llllt- J 01 f-',- u 3 11101 fJoi l 'I I. On. I uVM .mF-n'tft- i. - I IIU.. VI I. ll I'llsl tinalllv tti an r'l i .' fo ta a.t.ni, I Ta I iriil U'tUf li b 1IU W ' ll a ui'ati rn 'ti (il I, It.) IN ISUIA.NMI'UI.K U'li,.,, - No .'ttat.... I t'l,, .No '.'III i, .1 III a illinril it u ti t it (. I : I uiii I Tir ci hi: hi II l.4tlt-- iSt.t 'jllllUt. t" t o.. all I r ''I' A nt a' iiiiiiv nf hii lu itit It in n I Jt tun III n Antt IhI" ' l li' ll .1 t tl,l'l hi a B i t' in I w, uviifliiiii,r IM v t, V nmipv'tt MiMt ili il i I k w i:u t ) : u is umt n . lit,It.' nt i ri ' ili 'ti .r nam.- - ar.J idJieu on i.S ' i!l s.rttl c.ti our l56-- j it..l cutiloet..1 fre;. i" in . t. - y ll't man on rr v t.t of t.r .v Ail c )MI ,1.1AM. Ml-a- i I'll 1'U'l I la tt i.t t ai III. '.IIU WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. JM80tt.ii hf.t rAienae Nf linen. Cann, . a a a? aa" a a aN a a ? j(Jt'll i Inn , S ' - ..lri-'- i ft llttr-. DROPSY" L ' - 'I r1'!.: 'ita. I 111 Jm ti.'alllllt III z i V .1 t M- i' ,M ttal.l luar lltt.ilila. at Lcaulllui I; .mil' m tout 1. 1, U.N tt mat- N'a 'f on.- - li.ul I't 11. i.iiri"'ii.i.f, . X.' Vt.-- J .tat 'rt-s- fcaH 4 BUCKINGHAM'S DYE WJXr Data la & j.ltlal l.Ll .lttl in a) at at I. It t I. rn a t Hi jt Iif thr iittt-n- l . Cun a i " i:h or r I nt mice, CitntiufracruupttiiiitKii lau. nATrft Iltl!' in; - til' I i in i bin li!"- tin uniptli'ii. !:n i.n i lipin. n r. II TO w i.p ru it K'li ' l r i Jill l'r t, 1 ra t warlu..( ' t II u llllll tt 11. t at., 1't.ii- I'.I it, i I ,v . t. v R -- Ufi Vt ,Ht All I Uit I ', i: hr uru;ji "t. '"El 17H0 ill N ii'ii. k If't 'I ti"r ir' rffiiSrF,3HTACH? Ila K Mt-- I, Ah! , it; ' vnw.t1-ail'lll'ini--i-n- -i UU I at i it suii uirul lu tula itapvi I.. r.i- N - ll III HI I Ml III All uu I ibo Ill'IBtlOl Perdue University. From 1MM to ho wns principal of Auburn, Iiul,, In tlin Citizhn of Nov. St li wo made Hili .School, when ho en mo to Heron. brief references to n part of Bcreu HOME. SCHOOL. FARM. Drip Itock. . College's faculty nml teachers, vi.: Ktlllol lif Mrs. Kim II Miss Kllie Thompson, I'll. II., In o( tlr K.litnl lijr Mrs. Kjtr K. I'msam, Ifwlifr In tttllnl t.Jf 8. C. MIK, lYiil,Mr ill ll.irllcul Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Spark will Pres. Frost, Itev. JohnO. Kcc, I'rof. structor in I.ntin nml Normal tViwrlinrnt. Iterr (Villrirr Heron I'ollrgr Greek, studied lure, llrrr ('nllfire. spend Christmas in Tennessee. Dodge, Prof. Mnson, Miss Itohiuson, nt Wellndv College nnd Boston Uni"lo live cheerfully with ourselves A Former's ICdiiciitloti. Tim Ideal Fntlicr. Mr. 12. X. CnsMevetis of North Cnr- - Mrs. Yocimi, I'rof. nml Mr. Lodwick,! versity, hold a fellowehip nt Hryn is among tho most dillicult tasks Within six months I havo had tho There are three kinds of children. olina in Mm. M. F. Walker's clerk Mrs. Putnam, Mr. Hunting, Mrs. Jlmr, did post graduate work at Chi upon opportunity to visit two great stnlo The first kind nro made to oliey which life lays........... us." t ...... ..nr. 1.1 Mrs. Sallio Fowler in agent for tho Hill, and Miss Douglas, with like- - t.K0 University and has taught Latin, their parents nt i....iij nun 11. iiiiiM'iniiicn, I. ... . ....... 11.:. mn the jwlnt of the. bayo innimmous mat lueir rePure Food Co. of Cincinnati. Her nesses of scleral of them. This week Greek, Christinn Evidences, etc. This net, so to speak. The switch is never made mo think of some of tlm things IsjMvtivo stntes and the whole nation wc mnke mention of newer ones, giv- - is her first yenr in Heren. customers are numerous. to talk alwut if may well proud of. Ono of tin ... . I . absent from the house, and as soon as'. tlmt w" "o"l ... I 11. . f Mrs. Theresa Williams widow of nig ine nices 01 iiiosh wni'sc cms we Mr. N. L. T. Nelson, Ph. I)., isn na- - one is worn out n fresh 0110 is cut. I could come nnd visit nil of your! wns in the North, the other in tint linvi Hex. A. H. Williams, is very low with) South, and both mny fairly lie called live of Miiiiitolti,ii grnduntoof Carle- - Such children may Iwhave fairly well schools just Iwforo they close. rheumatism. Has lain in bed about ' What do you think nlwtit that sen-- repnentatlve nnd typical institution ton College, and postgraduate of through ear of father and mother, six mouths. Hoth combine with tho Chicago University, lie was called but not from lore of them, and they tence tlint I ipiotel? Why should ' 'I'" to Hcren the present year to fill the do not always grow into good men anybody think it 11 hard thing lo live ordinary unhersity idea that of an Mr. W. J. Parsons of this place has agricultural and mechanical college. with himself 7 gone to Irvine, as salesman for his' Chair of Itotiinv, Chemistry, and Phv 'and women. T''".V oirer nn education not only to uncle, J. It. Davidson, the lending I suppose, for ono reason, it is The second kind are allowed to do sies. M,. merchant of that place. hois to enter pro-tias they please. Their father, instead cause we come to know so many lit ,lu' J'""Ms' "" of forbidding them to tear the new mean thincs iiImhiI onmeli'im' h'shioiiiiI life, to preach or practice At n dnnce near Sand Spring John the one who book which he buys, puts the Itook And we can't forget, no matter how Jl,w (,,r "",'K"m,'i Itussell struck James Abney in the up wliere lliey cannot reach it. .Such gooil wo may Imi now. that wo have shoulder with a knife. The blade r"'"K ' income a mcciiniitc, an ' engineer, orn farmer, are more likely to be wild thiiti good done thing-- , that we wouldn't for the was broken nnd left in the shoulder "Hicers of such an institii when they grow up. world have our mothers or our best' Ilecovery is doubtful. ,,Tt "P ' rtivi!i iilnoiit nuoh ad The third kind are made to oliey, frit'iid knott, ami yet wo must Hvergreen. through love, tnct. and an appeal to with oursehes, when we would not vn"bigeH us the people demand in Mr. ISnrton Young and wife visited If the farmers of a .state their reason. They ate punished, in- - 'choose any ImnIv as our companion 'heirsehool. Charlie J. Lake Sunday. ""'--v Ml",, " t'hil that, after deed, when all other means fail, and who could ever hae Ihvii sU weak or "av William Ilellard is going to move nro praised when they do well. so bad! We ipiile pride tiursebes teaching their sons and ilain-hler- s to Wnllnceton, Madison county. that we have for our siscial friends those general branches which should Writing of the ideal father Tho Pine Grove school is progressImi studied by all to DR. FAIRCHIID, train them to Inin th neigh-llom- r ideal hotn training, in the May M"" of 'I'" nirrtt Equim ing nicely. Also our Sunday-schoo- l come good, thoughtful cilieim. will 'K,r'"HH!' Luther liiiiriml, I'riiucis is getting on uell. the sciences that erlmps the Hrson that we know teach tin-iply to Evans refers to the home lifeofn well- Dr. Geo. T. Kiiirrhilil, Misses Kate S. nnd Minnie Lakes 'M'st ourself has a fashion of hav soils ami crops and growth of stock known writer "who considers no af- is a younger brother of our were the guests of W. M. Sparks Sunfair of greater iuiiHirti.nco than the '"K tin "blues" and being ery cross nml fruit and the making of n home, President, E. II. Fairchllil. day, Nov. 2(5. got to lue with him just they will get such a school direction of his four boys miiiils. mu' TUTOR WHITE Ho graduated at Olieiliii College, for The better they upnt such a A man in our vicinity says tie has "K' Mllc. May le he is fa.y and wo His Ikus 11111 in age from ten to sevenprofessor in several wars was school by simding .students lo it, the killed I(i5 squirrels in about five Michigan Agricultural College, then ""linnusl to liae folks know it teen, but even the little lad or ten is .1 T. While. U. S.,l Mr. iru in Ten Mter will it le iiiiiiniKNl. So months. . for eighteen years President of Kan ties-e- e, miis gradiiatisl fnnu Illinois, !iitmili...l 1.1 ll... r..,.iil.. nunn. ..1. ..(...(tr.IIL .1....... i.,IL ...iivii but here lie is inside nur 4 Mr. Edward Lake has almost fill- - sas Agricultural College. lie brings College. Jaeksomille. IK- - has had are leaching these Uiys to think for; pro ' M1atarey011 going to do nUait ., . . . ished his house, and when he brings to this w. rk a ripe judgment """rse lor uie m would all like to travel, to . Hieinselves. Instead of telling the it 7 teaching eH.r.i-nc, in Tennessisi and '' K,r"' ,,ml it to completion he is going to give , . eopIe. , Illinois. and will heieassit1ii Englisli, children to 'keep ipiiet' nt the dining see new plices. and strange . , ' lo the young folks a party. table, Isith parents, with "i kind WhvT Wesavthatweliku eh.uuie. ' Mathemutii-s- , and Normal classes. ''''"nto ... I ..I ..I .1 ll,.. .... ' .1 ihtt Imu lllllt rrMllt'N llitiff l.nw. ness, promote and direct tin ..... Your correspondent hopes that ten f, rimn; 'i ""'Htm lif I1 ... siuinnicnt talkatueuess of oulh into fn itful day after dav n..l iu. I .... ..f ...i ..., , ..... thousand United States marshals channels. The father brings home alTord the money that trmel nspiires, lor proiesstonal study and for tench will enter a certain part of this vicin the news of the dav. ami each Uiv is ' many of us will never go out of our ing inn haiiics and clieimtry and en ity and sweep every drop of "moonencouraged to express hit.- Mf on own state, and fifty, sixty, or seenty ginis'riug. The Southern scIkkiI in shine" out of existence. particular hud a fine chemical laliora topics when tl. v dine tears is a long time to lie with one Clay and at night, providisl he is willing to petson, liKiking tliiough the same toryli.ia.il.. a well cpiipted depnrtlifetit .. .... ..I....:... MM f.tr Slilcll. , i'imbii-s- . 1 men, was . .... tl' nk about what he is saying, nut " IV " i liitM ri ii if it it 1. lit.. k i ii ii . r( I. if piii - v.ii u tiu " j . K. Hundly of Horso Creek visited Kiven up delhcr some careless, ignorant opiu ing things with just one pair of hands. friends hero week before last. to ineclninics nnd ion, then obstinately stick to it. 7 "'K'",'"g nun ..II Yii Inn.. new -- I,.,,.. ,,,,...11.... .. Rev. J. A. Hums, preached to a . linn nil 01t inesu wero Argument is encoiinigcd. and fre things this term of school . ii nlit-iu- l of the outfit for teaching nrlfllr largo crowd at Pleasant Ituu.Nov. P.t. qiicntly started by the father. Knch I. Mil ll.illll IIHl ... lit., Itire Ine r.. ....:., M1..i! Uwi raising. Ami all Dr. Lucas of Burning Springs has . lKy may gne free rein to his opinion, '.I . lice evidently because (hu been in this vicinity doing dental so long ns he keeps his tenilier and nun ail tlie teachers would send un . .. At ' work. argues his lH.st. No slownly habits (when your school ,Ws) the nam,. , aim the shon rather tlmn 1.1 01r ii.. Our school teacher, Win. Wolf, niougni or expression Hre permit of nil who have had such a record. inn larm, studies . t.- -l ; . .... H,;u f,..;l.- - - ti. ..;:.. 1"""" r,.,nai PRINCIPAL MARSH, Col-says he is going to attend Berea 1 J" ' """"r"-'- " ni would nave 111 ll Hie tinmen, " ;H ACADIMT, OlNM.S my U. nnything from fcxt ball to the' of some loys nml girls who are going1 k,,0W lege this winter. "V I"""" c)l "at till'"! is SIlC" U . lie .. . . " I. .1 Insist MMunlifln "mi-eiu- Bright Shade. j 10 live ,UM,foil ,.M.ini,r ,,. .,'. pieasanter Prof. M. E. Marsh was a graduate iI t j. - ."mui iui iiii rni oti nf ,' I.l.., smaner, pre,er, t a. ,, I hey , Miss Bello Wagers talks of coming from Oborlin in '03, afterwards was Little Itoy Hliie. " IV ill .. t.n ' fc04.m in l.nru Mr. t has. A. hing, n native of to Berea this winter. principal of High School and Super- world should recoguize tho dignity Prof. Hyron King, of Pennsylvania, 8 will Icntn lo uso and Maine, was educated in Boston .i Job. S. Smallwood and wife are up iutendent of Schools at Pawnee City, iniortauce of his pursuit. who lectured in Berea last win er, tnom to ninny things. They and came to Berea in 1898. lic Schools, nnd was for many years n said of the following ikh-iii-, from Manchester on a visit. Scientists and experimcutoni are by Eu-- will . ,, hear mon iful sounds in milkitlL' IIIIIIIV illllurlo..! .1! foreinun 111 carpenter and cabinet , ',1. ,, ... . Sampson Keeue was kicked by a He succeeds Prof. Hiiiitini?Hs urinPi- - . .. .. . ... I riuiu, i would nuner nave ",-- o.ii,i .in ,n j ...iimiui n pal of the Academy, and has charge miui'n. auuiiiniui in- - ujun lllf ill" written 'Little Boy Hlue than ' iui... wmii im Kll II u,nrll,K upon the soil, fertilzere, crop mule, Friday, and seriously hurt. havo . . . drnwmL'nnd i)erstMctive. nnd lauvliodv whose two ears hnd not Imsii stiidvof of tho Departments of Latin and ' . "ounsnment nnd growth of ...... iney win get oxer, ...... .'erected to my muinory the lergest Miss Mollie Smith nnd sister, of before his call to Berea as Suptofi , fftr... nlliln.iM. Bni, marble inouuinent u Spring Creek, visited here Sunday . tho silly "blueti" Buildings and Instructor in Manual ' Ihey will ,VIT u . The iocm is ns follows and Monday. love the work that they can do, as! Thfwu. Training, he hnd worked for some .1: iiioii ", ') Mnrctim Smith nnd his wife have , they learn by patient to do it Wlrr years us Illustrator for Harvard Col- - lilt! .lltr.lt-- un,l Ui.v.r,,iiih.iu.t ' ...uni I. 1... ......Id. agreed to forget the past, and are liv-- 1 and Ix'lter They will train them-- (,nll( . ,, , miMI-- t jege unu oilier iiisuuiiious. Ami llic Illtl.-l, , I. nil llh rn.l . ivnn till iiiriii Ami lil. iiiu-ing together again. t imiiilil. in til. hiinilt. selves to Imi more like llle and wo tvill (III...I. ...III. I:ir . . cases, "Miss Jacipielinu M. Newton comes Tlll.r j Hl.rll llililll.' ley ili; "iui iiiuereiit nr Elhamon Smith, Jr., Buck, and D. men not themsolte whom they ad IThe trainel,is.lucatisl farmer who has lnlr. as a graduate from the University of Ami Hit-- Mrlillcr Smith havo to go to Covington to imire. So, of cou rse, they must read lieeu taught to Ami lhal wli.-tthe mi' our l.lllle ll.iy lllm think along such lines California, where she also did KUmhI thimiiml 'U Hi in thrn their trial for selling whiskey. alwut the lxst ami the greatest ieo is the one who can mnke the t use work in history nnd pedago' 'Niih ilim'l )ihi Kallll I n.hii-- ' lw mi 1.1. plo that have ever livisl. Gambling seems to be tho occupaof such knowledge on his own farm gy. She takes a section of the A Anil iton't yen imikf mi) iiiiImtion of a small percentage of our peoIf any Of you that have not pniiers The country is full of npHrtiiuitics Her mother, Mrs. Is" Grammar school. ple, w ho do not stand for a moral and lleilrraml nl lln irMI) liijn enough to rend and who would like for better and more profitable farm-- ! Frances 12. Newton, once Lady Prin- Ami h-- lie un.ilnwittlnit. nil niivH nn neighborhood. prosiMirous some more, will write to ine at The man who can mnk,, ..... cipal at Berea, becomes Matron of our Au.lrtH'il our Mllli' liny Hint' I Hi. ih I w ill see that you get plenty of good I acre of hind produce as mmiy, the jrisir. rr Umic. Model Cottage. kih nrrtuy much us two Owsley - lint tin' Kill., Irliml. aretrm. reading. Even if you can't all como j produced More has done more for ltoonovlllc. Mrs, Mary Pasco Gould was a clas-ica- l A) i'. IhIIIiIiiI tn l.llllt-llIHe Uh-- t to Bereit to school, you can all be the nation than he who has added an C. H. Miuter has gone to Madison Iiul h plrt.v. graduate from Berea in 1S97, Asultllik'ttii-t"'!- . learning at home. Anil Mime day , acre to our territory. .Smll ire imi Ii ef llplr IhithI,' county to buy a farm. .Ml uud has since done excellent work as The otntle of llltU rns. ' eveir if yoil haven t .thought of it Hrrea '.. ' J'm" ,'""r"" Tho Groe;i Hill school closed Dec. Libarian and Instructor in the use of Ami the) unmlrr h uhIIIik Utv lent: )inn yourself, your friends, the dear home Lotteur (hit muter filled ,rill, ,, Ihroueli.-1, Miss Lula Minter, teacher. It, ,W a training )eoj,le TREASURER OSBORNE. the library. irant folks who know you and love you ll.Hl llllli rlmlr In that will enable t,n,i to ,li,,il,le the. A great many of our boyHKnd girls W ImI el iiur l.lllle llii) lllm. liest of nil, will notice that you are value of thrlr home Miss Lucy (Sale, A. B., teacher of a aerei, ami make Jlr. T .1. Osborne, while not one of Ili.i he Ll.l IhrlH.ml lil Ihrlii Umti' are preparing to go to Berea to school. wonderfilllv nice to live with. farm life bttter worth liriu, 1 the regular teaching force, fills an im- section of our Grammar Schools, is Old men who have livinl on tho I ...., portant position as Acting Treasurer, from Ashville, North Carolina, but Smith 1WV fnr r.n i.,, Teachers' Normal CuurSC. talent uud then having to send their jn new starting point fnrhigher attain-Iat ''" h,0,no took a course at the Woman's Colbaviut l"Ttt 8aw it as low as it is at present. the teachers' profession, as in all chililren away to schtiol, if they inenls. The one who jN ho neiirly lege of the Western Iteservo Univer18M). capacity since came from others, success depends ItobertBrundimburgh asleep as to bo satisfied with himself ly ohio uikhi n secure good instruction. Our js imlortailt faulor in sity, Cleveland, Ohio. shot himself with a rifle, Nov. 25. His steady and iiullilichiug advance, year is loiini to lie extemhsl soon to now w ill Imi the failure of the n,.xt ollr W()r) Miss Francis T. Booth, II. L a present condition is not roportwl. nether or not you have increased seven, eight, or lime months, as m yivir or o the year following. Tutor F. E. Matheny graduated fj'!1"''" ' Alma College, Mich., has Hccess next year depends iion the otlur states. It will then pay finely Married, James Wilson and Miss PIRK.SIM? INflllCTDV ncurinnnr. Addio Reynolds, Nov. 21); also Isaac from our Literary Course in 1898, had two years ot training in the art use of vour time until then. A first eniiimied tenchers to remain in this nunnnULV, :n .r.. ;n..i.. taught hero last year, and is at pres- of teachiiiL' and brinirs to our tirimnrv i..novi:.uminii i unn ill lie HIIUS' "iinuirnn, 111111 in ourn mil i. . Gabbard and Miss Lizie Kversolo. ,iie jnnir " lie At the work a successful experience. ...... ,,.,,,. (lr()mMS. Ar vol. ,.:..,. lo iM, :.. .i... "I"'"1"?"1 the W!i.i..rT. ent in the west on account of the poor fiwt nllt :f Nov. .'JO. Ml I i.i. uerea ikill h A v irom of tiiti schoolroom on tho rloHiiii dav. front or rrur of (lit. nro'hHioi.f i:i, Hn.. i,' i:n,. . Wo ugaiu see that the It. N. I. A: health of Mrs. Mathenv. students homespun products, allow, J is now necessary in ing on be- - n"1' '"'Kl't't all prepariitiou for seven medical couimB. It. It. is looking toward the coal known here as a student, having their term bills as follows; fom I men n Kiiceessful teacher will uionths, your fitness for teaching is order to bo a physician: a normal Linen, homespun, nnd timber of our mountains. Come. 30 to 40c a yard. " You are a wolcomo visitor. enter ujkjii her work as a priuury lessened. The most successful teach-- ! course will soon be a necessity for the Woolsey, 40 to Soc a yard. 1 er is the ono who presses on to secure public school teacher. : teacher here next term. .. 40 to 50c a yard. a state certificate. The Fncultv of Berea Collei?e Jeans, Miss Nancy A. Tudor, a Kentucky Well woven bed covers, well matchThe sooner you strike for a state has long felt the need of a course Wulluceton. product and a popular teacher in the certificate, the more easily it can lx which should enable progressive teach ed, two yards wide, uud seven feet Jlrs. Nancy Ogg is still very poorly. now Hccured. publio schools of the Blue-grasIf you wait for three years, crs to use to the best advantage the long, .fli.(K). I). Hullard is visiting his sister, Mrs. teacnes in iwtrea ruiiiie scnoois ami you probably will need six months i time from Deiemlier to June. Our Extra price for huino-inadCharles Andenon. dves In will teach in the College schools next tudy, merely in review. You will Teachers' Normul Course meets the woolsey uud jeans. Mnke tho best The Misses McWhorters are visit-term. not lu, tcnchinir all linineliex. nml will the need. Therein no other school ud get the liest price. There will Ihi ing Mrs. McWhorterthis week. cuauce to sell home products Knjwing rusiy in some, ion may in 1110 stute, Willi a tncuity ol lilleen Miss Grace Stokes, educated at Miss Pattio Todd's school will close Agricultural' College and t,'t " "rMt l!'UNIi "'rtilicnte now or more, which olTers such a course. t the oienlng of tho Spring Term, Kansas Doc. 8. Sho entertainexl a lot of her 'UHH Do not Iw deceived by the promises Mar. II. Keep every loom going. """t Hw. Pratt Institute Bnxikylii N.Y. isscor- - 'mt 0"'' u Ht',,ol"l pupils at her home .Monday. 1 hu next few years to lie i of small schools. Attend a smull Mini siiro Imr Miiirliul nu the henil of Mrs. E. W. Baker and Mrs. Wilson Now, kind reader, let us shake rapid development in the school with from two to six teachers, f ,.!,.,... 1 r and family were tho guests of Mrs. public schools of Ky., especially in tho if you cau do no better. But if they hands aud form a partnership. If you have u child you Ballard, Nov. 'M, There woro ton MIhh Florence Merrow, Director of mountain counties. TlioroiiL-l.ll nm. do good work their course must be we will help you In its are proud of, I ! t .1... I !!..! I l!ll...l children to enjoy the singing and uur nunjiiiui, nun uiicii iii iiiu iiuapi pared teachers will not continue to limited. The udviintagos of Berea you aro an Iiiicrprising cducution. If MR. TEETERS. young games. tal so that it seems a luxury to bo teach in Ohio and Indiana, whn they College are greater, every way. Timo young lady, wo will ahow you man or how to nick. Shu leaves it in good shape for find that their wuges may be increas will be saved, aud timo is make the moat of yourself, For inTiie Misies Hundricksou uud Bow-Ji- n niouoy. formation or friendly advice, write to Mr. J. C. Teeters, Instructor in Sur- her successor. Her sister, Miss Abbie ed by crossing the river. Wise school were tho gueuta of Misses Anna This appeal is chiefly to those who tho S. Merrow, is now the populi r officers will import such tcuchcrti in- hold and Laura Sojior Nov. SO, and enjoy-- d veying and Farm Forcmuu, is a certificates or are near Geo. T. Falrchlld, LL. D., both of Oberlin College aud matron of Ladies Hall. the day nicely. stead of employing the crude home it. Do not make this your goal, but 4 Berea, 1HHS The Counties. Jackson County. Our Teachers. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE Ih-- THE THE - I 1 . wt I I. 11 1 I ''". j e "''''' 1 11 - iui-ki- e . 1 1 1 11 - County. 111- 1 -1 1 1 1 1 ...... I Z 7 T" ,.-- c!..; r.- ' Pub-Neb- ! .... 'tJ ' 1 Ih-h- ... ' . .. ... .. Ux-nus- e I T,'-'""'"- ) , o) 1 l, Z .F" li - 1 i te In-s- Ber.-a.'in- -- County. nr l J m w, j ,, flw n wi-ul- ' .i . rn.ij.. ". 1 m J Madison County. s, e 1 I iikt J iw,rt,,,i ( nii v Vice-Preside- first-clas- s Madison Co., Ky.