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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 13, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899121301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 13, 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. I r SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, j 1000. The Citizen. Devoted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60c NO. to the Interests of tbe Home, School, and Farm. aTetr 26. VOL. I. M2I.KA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMIJEU 13, 181K). The Citizen T. fl. PASCO, KDirOll nn.t MAN.HlK.lt. rulillxlict t Ihx nine nl Locals and Personals. Mr. II. It. Edgecomb preached In thn Union Church Sunday. W. V, Kidd hoa bought E.T. Fish's tit ore building on Main St. for $1, (XX), cash. Wntch Hobin-on- 's space for thn next few issue and get jKMted for holidays. Mr. and Mm. James Jones, of HrasNfield, nro visiting at tho home of E. M. Preston. The Students' Job Print hai boon busy thia week moving to ita now quartern on Mniu htreol. W. P. Chapman has been traveling for Tin: agent na subscription ClTIZKN the past week. If you ore in doubt read Robin-sou'- s ad, go and Hen his stock. Holiday presents ore not no hard to find. Rev. Win. Hobo and wife returned Sunday from n visit to his daughter, Mrs. Jennie Gibson, iu Seott Co., Vb. Iitirrilt Luusford and Dora Anderson, of Wiillitceton, were married at this place by Hiiiio Gay last Wednesday. A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter THE OITIZHN, Ilorea, Ky. IMrrfil at Hit fW tiffin rVflu at Item, AY, at "vilt mi(r. w. Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made VrrKiirrriiimlto II IDEAS. Worthy Inscription. Mim Fraucoi I'oworColilip, known Tho Lnditft, Aid Society of the Haptiht church, Mr. A. 1". Settle, president, meets the lirht Saturday of each mouth at It p. in. IJiiiiuetiH meeting nt 2 p. in. The Church of Chrint, (Disciple,) Itnv. If. J. Derthiek, pnxtor, hax preaching each I.ord'aday at 11 a.m. Sunday School at I): 15. Union holiTho war in thu Philippines In ness prayer meeting each Mouday thought to tx practically over. Pres. McKiuloy wishoi congrona to night. Mrs. Moea, of Indianapoli, secredeclare, for a gold stnmUrd. Congnws voted' .W to .'U) that Ilrig tary ot the Christian Women's Board ham II. Robert, of Utah, tho jwlyga of Miisioin, will (.peak in tho College mint rongrosinan-olect- , ho not allow Chapel after morning prayers and will lecttiru iu tho "second cu a seat in the homo until tho church" lit night. chargen ngaintit him can lo inveatigat gated and acted iiou. Lost. On last Saturday, a blue enameled gold class pin lettered S. C. S. 8'J0, noiuowhero on Center or Main Tho atato loanl has allowed the street, public wpinro, College campus, governorship to lien. Taylor, hut a or DeK)t street. Suitablo reward for content boloro the legislature is ox return of snine to The Citizen office pec ted. or Tost Office. Davison, from this ditrict, will contest for a seat in Close of Fall Term. tho present house on tho ground that To members of tho A Khotorical tho removal of Jackson County from class, taught hy Dr. Fairchild, fell waa illegal. uio tustnet tho honor of representing the College A negro hoa Insm soiled and puh before the general public last Wedhcly burned to death by a Mayavillo nesday night. The oxercisea wero mob. However hideous the crimes which ho may havo committed, thev interesting throughout, nud- worthy of a moro extended notice than cau bo cannot oqtml iu cnoruiitv tho crime of those who, without law, renortod to hero given. Perry F. Shrock's Bpoech on "Prac tlita torture of tho dark ages! ticul Optimistu" was a plea for hope College Items. fulness and courage. Wm. II. Hum Mrs. Yocum has returned from pliroy gavo "A Tribute to Ainericaii Valor," with especial roferenco to tho Philadelphia. colored soldiers iu tho civil and SpanPres. Frost spoke, iu Providenco It, ish wars. Mark L. Spink oulogized I., Monday night. "A Benefactor of tho Republic," the Superintendent King has moved Andrew into tho now College house east of Uenovolont Carnegio. Miss Myrtlo C. Burr read the Haptiat church. au inieresiiug ossay ou "Tho Art of Tho students enjoyed pleasant so- Honio makmg." Auverno S. Jfann. cial evenings at Ladies' Hall Thurs- iu a piivo eutitled "Why Enter tho day and Saturday. 1 oaclier a i'rofessiou," caricaturoil the II Wo bolievo that all mankind Mrs. Putnam has settled for house- ralso teacher autl praised tho true may be saved, by obedienco to the keeping in tho now College houso Frank L. Dickinson spako of the on. laws and ordinances of tho gosjiel. near Dr. Cornelius' home. "Will all tho peoplo bo damned nobling influences of "Our National who are not Latter-daSaints! Yes. Miss Douglas has siwut her va- Uame," baso ball. "Hats Char-actor- " and great cation nt tho homo of J. J. Moore was tho title of a bright and they a repent many of them, except sHedily." lirigham near Maydo. witty essay by Miss Mary C. Jacobs. x oung, u. oj jt., j. 3vj. 4, Wo believe that tho first nrinri. Miss Sophia 1 lodges has returned "Printing, il'a Growth and Influence." ii , from northern Keutucky, where she u viviiuy orougrn before us by Car- pies and ordinances of the gospel are: First, Faith iu the has boon representing tho interest of rol D. Murphy ,ono of tho four print- second, repentance; Lord Jesus Christ: third, baptism by the College uinong tho colored ers of Thk Citizen who had n place immersion for the remission of sins; on tho program. Win. P. Chapinau fourth, lavinir ou of hands for the people RememberA good book ia a most followed with an oration ou "Tho gill oi tlio Holy uiiost. (To 1m) continued.) True Citizen," while Edward A. Cha-pisuitable Christmas presold. Any closed tho literary program with Y. P. S. C. E. Officers. book in tho market sold at a goal Tho Senior Soeiotv of ChriHlinn discount if ordered nt once through iibtrong eulogy on that illustrious statosman, "Oliver Crolnwell." Endeuvor has eloctod tho followinir IIahold II, Johnston. Tho mtisio of thoovening, conduct-o- d ollieors for six mouths: Pros., Hoso fi. Several members of tho faculty by fr. nud Mrs. Lodwick, was Rliilor; V. Pres., A. K. SuITeru; Soc, have visited tho mountains on horse heartily H.C.TiusIoviTrona.. W. D. Cuntloo: applauded. It iucluiled a OrL'iiuist, holtio liimlotto; aloo tho back tho past week, to do extension duot by Messrs. Lodwiek and IJdL'o. followiiik' chiiirmoii of coiiimithuw: and advertising work. Miss Lou comb, piano solos by Miss Jennie lookout, Grnco J. Stokoaj prayer-nioetiuFluunory and Jamos Combs uro also Hansou, Mry C. HooiK8i Boeial, and nonga by tho Jadies' and thus employed. Hallio huibrco; inusio, m. Lodwick: young uioua' gloo clubs. miBsiouiiry, ! rauois T. Hooth. and honored throujhout KiiKlnnd and (ho United Stnton, lim recently put into tlio form of nn inscription tho heroic deed of one who "lived on known until tho Miprmun nncrificu rondo hor forever ijloriotiN." Tho concluding line nro their own lwnt commentary, and, committed to memory, ran hardly fail to inspire uud fortify tho uiont timid soul: In tho memory of tho I'oroic deuth of Mary Anna Rodent, Htmuirtlenn of tho Stell, who amid thocoiifiiMioii and terror of shipwreck aided all tho under her cliar(,'() to quit thn leHHel in tufoty, fiviuK her own life l'lt to 0110 who win unprotected. Summoned, in her turn, to make good her esoiiH, hIiu refuted, lost hhe might endanger thn heavily laden boat. Cheering tho departing erew with the friendly cry of "Goodbye! Good hye!" (tho wai mien a few moiinmt later, us tho Stella wont doirn, lifting hr arinn upward, with thn prayer "Hoi haro me!" then sank into tho w.ttor-- t with the Hiuklug ship. Action hik-I- i an thinn hteady performance of duty in th face of death, ready solf.incrifico for Hako of othori, rvliauco on God conntitute tho glorioui heritage of tint English race. They dohervo peretiial commumoration, hocaun-- , ninong the trivial pleasurea and ttordid strife of tho world, thoy recall tons forever the nobility and loveworthinon of human nature. pas-wner- rUhtly nude, stnututvtjr clntli yon with (lie Jowel It U of fmnoin "Vital" Jlrand Hlghtly mud. hiniI dollilng In Anirrlin In lcn, vrll tli nnljr mulj- lo wrar clothing Tullurnl on Mrlrtljr vrnllUtnl workroom". I'rrfrrt nttttiit Mid rillliir. Uniii-- e tlir lnldr, the tli very llh- of Ihe cartnent. I irrfiilne In ni.illnx, "VIUl".' the ilirldnl innlnot In the tailoring hvii In llmv mid lliniiitlil ni1 U Clotlilng Tin- - Knl.rlm that He hnw re tin- - very iifret inllnarr rmitjr len frtHiii, Mny iDiifliml rirluilvrljr to nt. In thr Iter itt tlil will otir jrnut oili-- r 1, that nc tlir nlxor Ut. our Clothlni; at inn ami ito , OLOTHHsTG-tr 1 ll "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Arc the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Arc for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO 207 Wt Main St RICHMOND, KY 1 hall iir ! dp adiml to m il mrti litllinrailc rlothliiK lor lnf monry hre lluw ()ur l a modern lorp itinatriu M than i lirrr Ouran.wrr imru ami linl atrlAly on i.rogrwltf dmi. our ( iothliiK la Mild no thu trnallrtt margin o( pniflt. e Ihe iirratrr voluiin1 or lii.nc. Tho more ClothltiK iIcn mling on a larw l tint, that'a the lory In a r Ihe lowt-rmipurriiaiii( 4 LESS MONEY in The Berea Monumental Co. The result of good tcork and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the. State When you want lit COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND - Anything in the monumental line Let us know and we will send you designs and prices KENTUCKY ... Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. Thn tradu in Roman candles seems cs)ecially (lourishiug this December,, anil our streets aru miido resplendent each night with tho firo of sham battles. Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. ARTICLES OF FAITHof the - At prices to suit the times. ' The nmila lwoincd Friday night Taylor. Todd, who has been travid-infthrough the mountain for no me month- ax a photographer, hax returned home. KrneMt ? in honor of tho dei'iition of the Mate election iKjiird in favor of (Jenernl CODlDlled b? REV. J. D. HUTTING and REV. D. 1 Mormon Church. You will be JOHN HARWOOD, Best Satisfied with Yrtlui4nr.an)!llfcl jturiit-i.- c . Prop. .ii Berea, Ky. . 4 j If NATIONAL NEWS. STATE NEWS. multi-millionair- J. MCMILLAN, D. D. The Articles of Faith of tho Mor-inou Chureh would seem to emliody u.r. ..t . J;iTii-tV'li- 2J u !i..i;.,.i the fundamental doctiines held by i i'K 'i"KkkHMiriitaBiii..i Christiana generally, adding n few ,1 rvixJl? which are of only secondary imjor- S SSsl "Latter-dato the taucoaud "Silver Plate that Wears." . h,' w 4Jl?r.k'fvrr..l tn!. rcet BrfVJ E aLo V?dV A lm c.f Hut thoaulhurilatire inter- Saints. flif.iu, Arllt1. lllllff.H i trflu linn nf Mnriii.ttiiuti, Iw.t'filiil Hi., lifil. lit f Miric ' tianity. 1 he rollowinir uiiotattons. coin piled by Hev. .1. D. Nutting and Hev. I). .1. .McMillan, u. V., are in every " 'A?5S'v-J- l in pl.'.fur oi..icpcul h j.I .iltti tnu i. nd G?l Tfli et? .'1 9V (f l !Mfrj,i.ijvJitw!l.fl- T4 instance taken from standard Mor7 5 . bO'llKI i bcnlnl)irulinl nt ilnlsli, r,i.nt t'.r. cl duxr io'h. rcto(car ; VU 5 Il.nl lirj. t:,'. ir f iijlll cittgiljii .ii le trrcu.. irrr.ilr.. frrjthlrxnitir.d. mon works, published by themsnlves, H 'I mj. hYill k.4.. BMitl'.lfurtr.tl nfcl. lf IhiT.illnir Ttbrallor ilinltlr. .ubnuUa H n jtv r .t niiKifr.r'jiuKiuj.iManLff,.m'.ntt...inn.MMt..r imnrnrniifmH and procut Mormon doctriuo as it is precre foot. irppmfeJ h"ttl carrier. Mtrnftntli 5 B fluws taught in Utah. 1. Wo believe in God, the Eternal X,J ilM i4ktati - in.? hBra xtwanat U fimkhr4 and our Freo Zo Father, and in his Son, Jesus Christ, and iu tho Holy Ghost. If COSTS YOU NOTHING Uim aa4rtamlBitIiMk(klR. com par ftwttlft .4 um at loose yoar iiontNiwr your frelsrht ittnt tbe vta.w 91B.OOl to liO.OO. thm H onti'arnd tLt lu are lATlnsr "God himself was onco as wo are yonaraoot catUcU. OKVSR nrrms TOIL Cll.to ifala-,- 7 ilmf ulihin thrr oioonthyouy rT id Mnn."-Jore- ti jQIVT DELAY. (sara, Hawick etc ireinorouBniT rvuacierairar.) now, and is an exalted SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO, (Inc.) Chicago, III. Smith, Jour, of Dit., Vol. j'., p. 3. A "lie' Adam ) "is our Father ami our UIO Qml, nud tho only God with whom CENTER we hayo to do." llrigham Young, V., I. SO. "Tho head God callJ. of ed together tho Gods, and sat in Bros.'1 ART GALLERY grand counsel to bring foith the C. I. 0QQ, Proprietor. world." Joteph Smith, J. of D. 17. We are prepared to do all kind 5. Mormon Catachism, Chapter IV., Nothing But The Pobtos. of Job printing at very cheap rates more Gods U one of the things you make sure of in ii est ion J. Sian onot" "Are there" I'm, many." buying from us. Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. Irtsifr. ucic .tic a iuvv sample prices. "When our Father Adam came into Knives, Forks, Spoons, etc., 500 White envelopes $1 35 the garden of Eden, he came into it stamped 500 RuluJ .e Heads i with a celestial body, and brought 1 00 Evo, one of his wives, with him. 500 Ruled Letter-head- s . V 1 25 s Jiritjham Young. J. of D., I. AO. we 500 1 50 13 lines and will furnish you. We shall "There is no other God in heaven but not riia to make you think some 500 Regular Statements . try i5 other DKALKIl IN AMATKUll SUl'l'LIK-that God who has flesh and bones." "Rogers" is "Just as good," or "will 6 x 9 Hand bills . 500 1 00 Joseph Smith, Compendium 28?. wear just as long." " "1847" is the Floe Photographs at Reasonable Prices 500 9x12 ' "You think our father and our God acknowledged original and genuine, and 500 Business Cards . JVeira about Jierea a specialty. i 25 is not a lively, aociablo, and cheerful imitations are bound to H V uill prfyay the pottaot be poor substion any one nt ih, nK man: ho is one of tho most lively men tutes. You know it. IV know it. SO cniti eitra, or on ordtnfor the maU hand biSt or l, that ever lived. Apostle J I. C. butlntu (fmU, ml, eztrxx. Ordtrt mutt tx pali Incidentally let us state that the late .Sermon Sept. 75, tS57. tor n olitin. Wrttt Ike Copy VER YytaMy. styles which we arc now showing are far 2. Wo believe that men will bo superior to anything before produced, & PASCO'S Mail orders carefully attended to. punished for their sins, and not for equalling sterling in design and finish. HANSON STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Auam s transgression. It would be hard indeed to improve the Berea, Kentucky. "18. Q. Was it necary that wearing quality in silver plate. Come in Adam shouM partakvof tho forbidden and see them. fruit! A. Yes, unless ho had done Yon Want GOOD so ho would not havo known good GLASSES LEWIS A. DAVIS, and evil here, neither could ho have I have lately received a large hod mortal posterity wo ought Medicine " to consider tho fnll of our first parents stock of these goods and will as ono of tho great steps to etorual Office at Residence. exaltatiou and happiness, and oue ordered by God iu his infinite be glad to supply you. C'flfcAii, pp. ,n and 3.1. E. B. McCOY, "Q. Did Adam and Evo lament or rejoico because they had transgressed the commandment . . . 1 A. They IF YOU WANT TJt Kit At ALL rejoiced and pntisetl God." that n not properly ailliutcil to your y it Q II A '' I SjT far il i. ! ;ii -oji-- ft'.lMl a . 1847 Rogers Rogers STREET Bros!' No Substitution Job Printing Dirt Cheap "7547 Rogers Bros!1 tJUKlUlNThe Photographer, Dill-head- A'l'm-bu.l- GO TO LIVERY. Berea, Ky. .... and Surgery, wis-dom- Dentist, Cae-chlsni.- p. Berea, Kentucky. CHRISTMAS GOODS in endless t')e VOU Otttfllt are nctiully variety A. P. SETTLE, Attd.iey and Notary Public, Rcrca, Kentucky. Office on glow cUuKyniua. I know It. ami . ...I. ta ktmw It I urlll .in. to your rye. until I know lut 1 needed. r., cjiaiuiucu iree. A Nice line of Novelties in Optician. v JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and are here. Make your selection lt a Slrwt, In Muonlc Illdg. upsUln. .... H. C JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE iad SURGERY, Offlct in Prlb BuMnj, Richmond, Ky I cUphoot 10J 6c 109 early while the stock is unbroken. T. A. ROBINSON JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Kodol Dyspepsia what DENTAL SUJIOEllY. Cure eat. n A. WILKHS SMITH, D. D. S. Digests yon Smith Building, Main Street, It artl flclally d Iges ts the food and aid Katuro In strcnRtbenlnp and reconllichmond, Kit. Tvtrphoti, ltr.lilrnrr, NoO, OKI, No 00. struct I nir tlio exhausted digestive or gans. It is tho latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It in erllclency. It In. J. C. MORGAN, Richmond, Ky, Office DentaJ. Surgery. Hours, s to 12 A.M., BEREA, - KENTUCKY. loSI'.M. Natiotml Bunk Building SIckllendache.Gastraltfia.Cranips.and allotherresultsof Imporfectdlgestlon. Prtpartd by E. C. DWltt A Co, Cljlcago. S. U. WHLOII, Jit. ff I was standing, holoing vastor'a reins "As rout ,jrihlp desires; bat rt hsn FRUITS GOOD AND DAD. hut as he sxke I handed the horse over burnt ISe Inn. to a groom, nnd, linking my arm in St. Ar-"Whst?" International 9. 9, Lesson for Dee, IT, mande's, said, loudly, and with a tone of T. 0. PASCO, Editor and Uanacer. "The inn, where we rested the day of out 1 Sll) Text, Malaehl Ullil In 4U slice ted cnyety: arrival in Home, your worship. What with Memory Vs. lil-"You missed a great ride, chevalier come one thing snd another, the landlord footed RKVTUCIO lll.RKA. Whose laugh and shout and cherub face. At every time. In every pit re take a turn with me in the garden. up his bill to four crowns. And I said tc Are of your heart Us sweet employ-- la He yielded passively, and in a few steps my friends: 'What! are honest soldiert (Specially Arranged from Peloub l' Moles.! Whatsoever a man GOI.DKN TKXT. this your curling-- , this your Joy? we had crossed the courtyard and were In to pay liko this!' Whereat thei wal tie slso reap.-O- al. Ii 7. a secluded portion of the palsre garden trouble, vicellenry: but we came off best.' soweth, that shsll Ah not 1 see It Is In truth COMI'Allli Malachl Ii I t. also Matthew 1 rose walk, ihis without a won), and seiting Ja Hi a maiden In the growth of youth. that was called the DECEMBER 1899. As lovely as a morn In June, may add was subsequently improved out ol copo by tho neck, ejected him from the probably. (See last C. TIMIi-- tl. ... . There scarce could be a nwreter boon; existence by the architect. In the course ol room, with, I am sorry to say, very consider lesson.) Expectancy upon her face. Sun.lMon. Tue. Wed. Thar. Frl. Ssl. completion of the imlace and grounds, l'LACK. Jerusalem and vicinity. able violence. And Joy and hope add dimpled grace; CM'LANATOItr. Cursing myself for my folly (n has ln When we reached this point. I unsliptied rhe dewdrop clearness In htr cje, been so generous, I banged the door after my arm, and, turning round, fared St. Ar 1 I. flood Men In a Had World. Vs. 2 T. km blue and soft as yondtr sky, mande, having resolved to end my tuspi him, and returned to my book. I could Wc saw In our last lesson how lips. My darling Is not thus, ah no! not, however, read, for my mind was full disappointed the Jews were that they nous. 89 being late, I saw Her eye It hath no lustrous glow. After that he .til red, it "See here, chevalier," I said, "I am play of the consequences thst might arise from had not received all that hnd been s- Her brow bears marks of ace nnJ rare, him across the eojrlyard as fnrns1iisaart-ments- ing for heavy stakes, I am walking on dan this mad frrak of my followers, and I de wear; I.Ike symbols, If h Jler hands are too, her cheek dothweak. ami then, returning to my rooms, ccrom ground, and mint know.wlirre I pu termined to seek out the cardinal the next promised, that the rrollty fell so far 12 13 14 )3UO trembling, pallid, unconsciously took the chair St. Armando my feet, will you answer a plain question! day, and obtain his permission to move short of their expectations and their Her steps her feebleness doth speak. had vacated. The goblet of wine he had Are you out of Heme to some quieter spot, and there Ideals. The prophet showed them that Her voice has quavers In Its tone. friend or foci 5 17 18119 20 21 filled was before me, and I idly lifted it in He looked round in a helpless sort of way, await his instructions. Amidst it all, hOW' they could find the reason for this lint The verge of life by her Is won. my hand. It was barely touched. In fact his color coming and going, but said notlr ever, I could not help being pleased st the (lod, but In their own character and Add yet to me more passing fair In could but have tasted a few drops only. ing. Was it osible the msn was a cow thought that retributive justice had over In 24 25 26j 27 28 actions. A change In theso would Than (Tunny child or maiden are Like lightning a suspicion of treachery taken the scoundrel tavern kreer, the quickly bring the realization ot their ard! That face where age has set its sign, CAtne on me. The man lad been pretending "If you do not reply," t said, "I will take memory of whose bed made me shudder, .... .... .... .... Has patient smile almost divine, to drink. With what object? I could not the risk, and treat you as an enemy, (In had no doubt thst Jacopo was shaking the hopes. Now we nave, 1110 same comeyes have holy light, and those dim definitely expressed. make out. as th- - offer of the money a you heai; 1011 lied to me when you Ah If they saw beyond our sight, iuiu truth, and thst, even as he spoke, the plaint more blind! lVrhap to, and if then? 1 had last night you had played at the Vatican flames were sputtering merrily abot that The hands so trembling, pale and weak V. 13. "Your words havebecnsloutt" long and faithful service speak. Of been a fool to agree to bis joining me, with with Colonna now draw." I pulled out den ol thieves. That Is hard, presumptuous. ImpuSolon IVinotUM, a 1'nrisi.in sculp'nr. es, I had (TO BR COMTtlf CED.l These marks of beauty, friend, are such. that a fool, but abbe of his. I discovered my weapon, and stood licfore him, expect dent. (See Jude 13.) "What havo we has been in South Dakota for the .list been it was lucky ing every instant to sre his rapic In h Not age nor sensi, but heart that touch; spoken so much:" Omit so much. my own folly in time. 1 should keep my hands; but he stood absolutely still, hi three months making mo lels tn city They tell me In a little while V. ll.Tbe prophet replies: "Ye have eyes on this silken diplomat, and if nctcs-snrof Indians for the Paris cxpolt.on. I'll miss the patient face and smile. head hanging down. A HUMAN SALAMANDER. pick a quarrel with him, and run him I touch her Hps, I grasp her hand, said It Is vnln to serve Oodj" Nole their He found sora-- fine specmens of tho "Man," I said, "have you not heard! Am 1 did not like the idea With reverent awe before her stand. through. Somehow bsrgnliilng spirit here and In "what American aborigines a mo up the Sioux I to think you a coward as well as n liar? The llrniarknble IVrforsusnes of And whisper soft, aye, tenderly, of this, however; but determined to get Da"How dare you say that!" he bunt out profit is It that we have Kept His ordi'nt the Crow Creek necney, My mother darling Is to me. Musician In Test Ins Ills Ka-I- n rid of him in one way or the other. I would 1011 you ol all men Us: what am 1 say kota, and succeeded in working up a nance?" The services 0ml required for Christian Work. ran c ol Ileal. allow nothing to stand between me and the half dozen molds. Ills temple and worship. "Walked road bark to honor. So musing, I sat for With outward slgtis of r On June 2S, IS29, an experiment was mournfully:" a or so, and was startled by SriCAKl.NO of big salaries, the bluest entry, so lost was I In thought, made at Paris to ascertain the powci sorrowaml repentance for thrlrslns, In on record was paid to George Gould. lie came and stood, bolt upright, next to of a man to endure heat. The expert sackcloth and ashes, and frequent naFor ten years' work his father pave my chair, without saying a word. I knew mentrr was a Spaniard of Andalusia, tional fast. (See Zcch. 7:3, 3; 81 10.) from this that he had some request to him $'5,000,000. The account w cnt down V. 13. "We call the proud hnppyt" named Martcnez, aged 43. His permake, some favor to ask, as otherwise he as "fur services rendered.'" That was formance took place before a gathering The word "we" Is emphatic, and sugwould not have hesitated to mske play with at the rate of $500,003 a year. The of about rot) people. Including several gests n reference ou the part ot the his tongue at once. highest salary ever paid a raitroad doctors and men of science. An oven, shakers to V. 12. "They that work "What is it, Jacopo!" president was $73,000 a year that went -S w He shifted uneasily from one foot to the I"" made In the shape of a dome, had been wickedness are set upl" Itnlher "built to Sir William C. Van Horn when he "They other, and then replied: heated for four hours by n very power up," prosperous, successful. was president of the Canadian Pacific. "Your excellency, I want leave." ful fire, ihe Spaniard remained In It that tempt," etc.: Itothcr, yea, they "Leave! What for? You arc not going for It minutes, with the metallic titer tempt Ood, nnd are delhcrrd, as It. V. Copyright. is?s, by D. Appleton ft Co. Tiik "ICreuz Zeitung" asserts that tha to be married, are you!" momeJer registering between 1J and The persons are the same ns In Ihe preAll rights reserved. Iiorr are us.ng English cartridges from "Heaven and the saints forbid, excelceding clause, "they that work wicked-nets.- " SO ilefrees, SO lielnc the highest grjJ lency. No no it is not that, it is only Kynochs, where Mr. Joseph ChamberCIIAITEK XVI. Icavo for the day I want, and also for our nation cn It. lie sang a Spanish song lain's brother Is a large shareholder. V. 16. "They that fear-- il the tVord:" FRIEND Oil FOE. while a fowl roasted by his side. When men." When war was seen to be Inevitable, "The devil! What are you going to do?" I used to sup aloLc in my rooms, occasion he enme out his pulse throbbed out 134 With reverential awe thai led Him to Kynochs underbid the German dealers Oslslmr Jscopo by tbs ssck. sjactod aim. Only a little dinner, excellency, which I pulsations a eilnute, although It had trust and obey him. "Spake often:" and secured a blj? contract for cartridg- ally aalcing St. Armando to jolc me; and es which they shipped as, hardware, after supper we diced together for sn hour am giving. leen only 73 on 1:1s entering his fiery ("often" Is not In the Hebrew) "one to "And wasting thoe crowns you got the ing! Ycr, I did not play with Colonna or so, for very small points. He was an Thus encouraging and another:" thus escaping seizure, though they infant at the game, and I taught him a good other day. ell, that is your affair, not but I thought you were hard pressed for furnace. were lauded just before the outbreak deal, so much so that after a little prac mine. Preparations were then made for a strengthening one another. "The Txm! is, you can have the leave. money, and and invented the hction.thiuk of the war. second experiment, the oven's heat be- hearkened, and heard:" Compare Matt. "A hundred thanks, excellency." tice, for he was very quick with his wrist. Ing that perhaps "Mind you, there must be no brawling. he masteicd my favorite throw, and one Martencr re 18:19, 20. "A book of remembrance was "That perhatis I would accept your win hig greatly Intensified. TllB word "God" never appeared In evening alter returning from the Vatican no trouble. written:" "An expression nfter the nings over the gambling table, rather than turned to his Inferno, where he par any government act until the year ISO! he knocked mc up in my rooms, and flung "Excellency." the offer of a mend, -- ou do me much took of a meal, during which be con manner ot men, Intimating that their when, at the suggestion of the director on the table a bag of gold pieces. "Well, vooil night, and rememljer what honor, chevalier." sumrd the fowl that had been roasted pious perfections and performances are Pollock, of Penn"Three hundred of them, cavaliere!" he I say. Hire, you may remove this wine- of the mint, "You wrong me. Savelli nay, start not by his aide at the first experiment, kept In remembrance as punctually and sylvania, "In God We Trust" was said ; "I won them from Fabrizis Colonna, cup as ycu co. I know name and story, and, before washing It down with a bottle of claret. particularly as If written In n book." "Good right, signore," and Jaccpo, lifting heaven, Ijour I am your stamped on the copper two-cepieces. who is looking green with rage. If your say friend. "That thought upon His At the conclusion of bis banquet he Henry. purse is running short, they sre at your the goblet, went out. 1 he night being lairly Before that time, "E Pluribus Unuin" "You know nicl" name:" Which expresses lllschsrncler, left had been the motto. Sirange to relate, service. Ha! I see a Ilask of Urvicto may warm, I kept my door open, and as he pned les, I am working for you; come, put his the oven, wlieu It was found that Ills power, Ills glory. poured l ortuo into 1!" and dram the con pulse had risen to 170, Indicating a "E P.uribus Unum,"on coins ncrer was st which he began tohimself out a goblet, tents the the gobletI saw himgulp, and heard by your sword. Look at me! Do 1 look of he with a sip, in apparent deV. 17. "And they shall be Mine," etc. hent of SPO degrees Fahrenheit. like an enemy!' authorized by law. Like Topsy, it just fiance of Ins vow. him drew his lips together with a smack 11; had recovered himself, and met my grew. Then the third and- last experiment Ilathcr, and they shall be to Me, said i early all the constitutions "The devil!" I exclaimed, "but jou are of approval, and march off to his quarters. gaze fatleshly. Where could I have seen was commenced. This time the Span-lar- Jehovah of Hosts, In the day that I am mention God. flying at high stakes, chevalier. Your at something or other. face before? I drew my hand oicr my reclined on a plank In the oven, preparing a ecullar treasure; compare The following afternoon I rode out with that must be broad. Thank all l'icard estates As the resuit of investigation by a the same for your offer, but my purse is as liay&rd and half a docn others. It was forehead as if to sweep the cobwebs from surrounded by lighted candles, ard the the expression "ft peculiar people" my memory, but with iu avail. bonth Carolina lawyer. Gov. a hawking party, and there was a long gal full as I want it at present." door of the room wna closed. Soon a In Tit. 2:14, and In I'et. 2:9. Hee also "Well." he went on. with a smile, "d has called on the governors lie leaned back in his chair, with a pink lop to our point of operation, which was to I look like an enemy? If I do, your sword stream of melted tallow began to Cow Kx. 19:3; Dent. 7:0; Pa. l3S:4.-Co- ok. begin a little way beyond Polite Molle. In of the touthern states to join him in flush on bis delicate features. under the door, and at the end of fire "I will spare them:" Keep them from is ready, strike now, it will l quick rid getting all southern congressmen to "I meant no offense, cavslicrc; but what a short t;mc we started a noble hemn, and. dance, come!" minute the spectator demanded that harm. "As a man sparrtli his own son shark-i- t liayard Hinging his peregrine into the air, support a bill for refunding to right- is the use of money unless one can I put bick my sword with a snap. the door be opened. The human sala that serveth htim" That Is an obedient wc rode after the birds. It was a glorious wHfcs. friend!" ful owneri. SU. 000,030 now in the Unit"1 do not understand, but I accept your mander's pulse now beat 200 time to nnd dutiful ton. "There tss no offense taken, St. Ar- ride, and Castor and Pollux fsr outstripped explanation, ed States treasury as the proceeds of V. IS. "Then shall sve return and mande," I nplicd; "and if you will take the others, so much so that when we drew the minute. cotton seized during and immediately none, lie held out his hand frankly. Look again, and then ye shall rein beside the stricken heron, and liayard I would like to have my say at you." When be emerged from hit amateur "That is right, and you will still let me after the civil war and sold by treasgolden one finger lie hades Marteuez plunged Into a cold sre a broad distinction, nay, more, a ury ofllclals. The governor is assured tache, looped showed his in bis teeth Inmus- slipped the hood onto his hawk, our com- be your comrade? his panions were not in sight. This, however, even and I took his gnsp. bath, and three minutes later was going real contrast, between the destiny of that action on this line will be unani- smile, &s he said: troubled us little, and turning rein we made "Yes. if you wish it." mous. about as writ at ever, without feeling the righteous and the destiny of the backwards. On our way back, I seircd tho "Speak on." We wolked back together In silence, and ny bad effects. And we grumble and ss Icked. "Then, chevalier, it seems to me a thou- opportunity to mention to liayard that St, 011 reaching the courtyard St. Armande SrsTKMs of electrically lighting railII. Thfl Contrasts of Die Jiiilftment growl when we ore called upon to, rj sand pities that a young man like you Armnnde had volunteered to aid mc in my said: road airs, particularly dining cars, would waste your time here, as you appear task, and that I had accepted his offer. AHj- v- Vs. First, the Wicked. V.I. dure a trille of degree heat. J "I am afraid I have fallen much in your sleeper and parlor cars, in which the to be doing. I understood you to say you "It will do him gooJ," he said;,"he seems In Algtrs the Trench troops think "l or connects this verse with n prev. current is generated by a dynamo had never seen a tword drawn in earnest a noble youth, who has been tied too long esteem. "My esteem, chevalier, is at present ol nothing of marching and drilling at a ous one. "The day conieth that shall geared to the car axle, are in use on a as yet and your mtisUche is grown! Take to apronstrinss." heat of 123 degrees above zero. During burn ns an oven:" or furnace. to "Do you think so!" I said; "be strikes uo valueyou msn or woman. my advice. Play no more for gold pieces number of railroad lines in this counII. The Ulgliteous. V. 2. "Shall the "Do think so?" he said, and then, a visit to a tribe of Tuarrgs, In the with Colonna or anyone else. Mount your me as being effeminate to a degree and yet rapidly: try. The high speed at which these "Adieu for the present: reraetn Saraha, a scientist observed a beat of Sun of righteousness arise:" I cannot help liking him." horse, and join Trcraouille at once." cars travel makes such an arrangehas here the not uncommon "He has a wonderful pure mind," said bcr,a I hold you to your word that you think 133 degrees. Attendants- - In Turkish "Ah! that is good," he said; "and why ment quite satisfactory and easy to mc friend." sense of deliverance, salvation, blesseddocs the grave and reverend Cavaliere liayard; "the boy, for he is no lcs, is as work out, current being supplied durI made no answer, and ho ran lightly up baths work ten hours on end In rooms as a here, banging at the where the air Is artificially heated to ness. Cowlcs. "With healing:" Heal ing stoppages ot the train from stor- Donati waste his time and moping o' nights innocentVaticanchild."not improve him then, ttic steps ol the principal entrance. will heels of a "The ing from trouble and from tin, nnd all 153, 17S and even 193 degrees Fahren I uiiied that evening for a change with age batteries charged when the train like an owlchurchman, wall, instead of stir- especially if he plays for gold crowns witii a ruined on the miseries with which they are surthe gentlemen of the suite; but St. Ar helt. Chicago Chronicle. is running. ring the times himself with the point of his Colonna." rounded. "In His wings:" His swift "Plays for gold crowns!" exclaimed liay- mande was not there, and there were s sword?" few free remarks made roncorning the rays flying from the sun to us. This Co.NTRAitr to tho general opinion, BcttllBsr lb Iter's Career. With any other I would have been an- ard; "you are surely mistaken, cavaliere." ncr iu which he was supposed to hare man been doubtless refers to the Messiah. V. 3. more people go mad during the sum- noyed; with the youth before me I was "Did he not do so last night, my lord! 1 received An old Dutchman hod a beautiful at the Vatican by Giulia Orsini and And ye shall down the wicked tM mer months than in the usualty gloomy understood he won three hundred off boy, of whom he was very proud, and Illghteousness tread Lucrcxia Itorgia. and dull months of JJovemoer, Decemshall be victorious over goes on like this." said Lc Clerc. he decided to find out the bent of his "If it "Impossible." said Ilavard. "I was at the ber and January, when times are bad evil. "In the day that I shall do this;" Vatican last night, and the party in which "we will have to drag the Tiber for his mind. He adopted a very novel method At the time when Messiah shall come and the general conditions appear iKxiy, and say masses for his soul, unless by which to test him. He slipped lota nnd shall have perfected Ills rclgn. Colonna was playing consisted of Strigonia, more conducive to insanity. Not only . Mgr. Morido, our lord the iope, and Colon he puts the seas between himself and the the little fellow's room one morning In this country but also in many othIII. There na himself no more. st. Armando was Ilorgia." end placed on his table a Bible, a bottle this Judgment.Shall He Preparation for ers. It is found that more people go "He neter struck ine as a msn to run after Vs. standing hard at hand for some little time, of whisky and a silver dollar. mad during May, June and July than but never took a wager. In fact, he passed the ladies." I said. First. Ily the law of Ood which Is .Now," said he, "ven dot boy cornea during any other portion of the year, "So," icplicd the abbe, "but It is the most of the evening with Giulla Ilella, ever with them to warn and to make and that suicide which is due to some thrumming 011 a lute, much to the annoy- other way. You would stand no chance In, rf he dnkes dot dollar, he's coin' to righteous. V, 4. "Hemembcr:" to ns against him, cavalier, for all your long mus- - bra beesnlz man; ef he dukes dot Illble, form of Insanity is also more prevaance of his holiness. I should say it would tacue a thousand thanks, and tho genial he II be a breacher; et he dakes dot to obey, "the law of Moses:" The Ten be well for him to quit Home." lent during the summer. Commandments, and all the other laws. "Then I am wrong." I said; "yes, I fancy lx- Ucri! seized the Hagon of Omcto I whisky, he's no goo t he's goln to passed to hiin.and filled his goblet. it would lc well for him to quit Itome." n druukart, and he hid behind thedooi which were the constitution nnd laws Inasmuch as the electrolysis, which, of tho Jews, (even) the statutes and After tins the conversation changed, and to see which his son would choose. Hy this time the others rame up, and we according to experts, is causing rapid shortly retired to my apartments and, dis said no more. As we went back to Home. In came the boy, whistling. He ran Judgments. deterioration of the New York elemissing my lackey, sat down to read a book 1 dropcd a little behind, rellectiiig 011 Second. Ily forerunners, like Klljnh. vated raitroad structures, comes sup what liayard had told me. I was certain on falconry that the cardinal had lent roe. up to the table and picked up the dollar who wnrned the wicked In srnson to es- posedly from a current carried over that St. Armande bad lied to me, and I I had not leen occupied thus for an hour nnd put it In hit pocket; he picked up the Drooklyn bridge. It Is feared the hen the door opened, ulul Jacooo can the Ilible and put It under his arm enpe, nnd prepared tho way for the com began to feci snro he had done this not for budge Itself may be undergoing dammy good. In short, it seemed to me that timisly peeped in. Ho withdrew hia head then he snatched up the bottle of whis ing of the kingdom of rlchtcousurss. age from the same cause. The places boy, with his shy, rc mi caching my eye, and I heard linn shuf ky and took two or three drinks, and V. 3. "Heboid. I will send von Ell lab. tlii innocent-lackintiring mAnncrx and apiarent want of fling outside. where electrolysis would be the most went out smacking his lips. The old the prophet:" Viz., one who should ben "Come In." knowledge of the world, was nothing more dangerous to the structure are at the second KHJah. Matt. 11:14 and Mark "Excellency." and the sound of further Dutchman poked Ills head out from be nor less than an accomplished actor. Then anchors of the cables which, being 0:11, 12. "Ilcforo the coming of the hind the door and exclaimed: again he was a Frenchman, and how came stiiillling, but no Jscopo. I lost patience covered with masonry, can not be in. '.Mine gracious he's going to be a great and dreadful day of the Lord:" lie, obviously fresh from France, to become at this, and fearing at the same time that spected. If, however, the moisture In the original, this Is taken verbatim an agent of the Medici plotters, for so I there had been trouble, repeated my order iKillticlnn." Iloston Traveler. has been excluded there is no danger from Joel S:31. It mutt refer to "the put him down to bo? There were the let- to come in sharply. This had the desired of electrolysis. day thnt shall burn as an oven."' (Ma- Qt was sn lafsat at ts asms. ters from Mme. de la Tremouille, Ilia intro- effect; hut as soon as my henchman ap Hneet Knoasjh, ductions were unimpeuchable, the card inn I peared in view 1 made certain there had acni :ij. v. 0. "And He shall turn Nobody can pay a preltiercomplimeut OaBTos TI8SA.NDIEK, tho French aero- slightly amused, and at the same time a believed in him the whole thing was con- been a brawl. He was very red in the thehrarf of the fathers to thechlldrcnt" than the Irishman when he choose naut, is dead. Originally a chemist, trifle surprised. Hitherto be had appeared tradictory. Above all, there was my strong face, and from under the helmet he wore Ills tongue and wit are never nlmblet He shall turn the hearts of the fathers. he devoted himself to the problem of so thy ui,d reserved, and now, of a sud- persons.) liking for St. Armande. In his I could see a white luttdage. "What tho devil does this mean, Jacopo!" than when he employs them in the tho Israelites, to the Oentilrs, the childirecting balloons, and rendered im- den, tie had thrown this off, and had put presence I never felt that secret warning service of "blarney." A young profes- dren, nposlate, prodigal, outcast, but portant services during tho siege of on an air which 1 had not noticed before, which all men feel when they are with an I asked, sternly. "I have come to report, excellency," sor from Dublin was entertained ovei still children, Or translnlc "lo,"wllh, Paris. Ills most memorable ascent but whi'.h became him vastly. I set it enemy. I have never known it fail with "You haidly appear in a fit state to do night by an American professor at hli nnd the mennlng Is that the office of the was made In tho balloon Zenith, in down to the fact that perhaps he was inc, and with St. Armande there was 110 so," Iloptlst should bo to turn the hearts of slightly warmed with wine, having ap- such warning, no such silent signal which 1875, with Slvel and "Perfectly lit, excellency," and Jacopo summer home on the coast of Maine young nnd old alike. It Is deeply sue- At breakfast the nexit morning the lit when, after reaching a height of over parently absolved 1himself from bis vow; al- goes straight flom soul to soul. On the drew himself up to attention and saluted. contrary, 1 felt he was almost more than to course gesthe that tho last utterance from K.000 feet, the batloonlsts became un- though of as ho was did not appear my notice friendly towards mc, and I felt, in my turn "Is tho matter of iniortanre!. For, if tle daughter of the house, who sat m-guest. in a manner this last, the young Irishman, uw with a move Heaven 400 years before Messiah was conscious and on reaching the ground 1 theieforo made reply: despite our short acquaintance, not, jou had better tome to morrow." towards him, again, it was found that TIstandicr'i ment (bat he put no sugar In his tea. the awful word "curte." Messiah's first "Yes, your excellency matter of "My reasons for my action, chevalier, are very nearly the same protective feeling that Ily your worship's leave, as you "Wouldn't you like even one lump ol word on the Mount was "blessed" two companions were dead. If t was good, and when the time comes I promise one has towaids a defenseless child. As (Matt. 3:3). The law sneaks wrath; the and we sugar In your tea ; ' she asked, K years of age. muy be imagined, I was in no very com- are uware, I gave a dinner you I shall not be found sleeping." The gentle reproof in uiy words seemed fortable frame of mind ubout this, and rodu had- -" "My papa likes three Oospel, blessing. J F. and D. Advicks received from fcardliila re- to bring him back to bis old self, for by the lack silently, revolving the point. When "Never mind what you had; to tho lumps." "Since you have looked Into Plus and Thistles. port a most deplorable state of poverty lightof tiiccandlcsl observed bim (lush scar- we reached the palace, almost tho first per- point." cup, my little maid, the tea Is quit Friendship Is Its own reward. 1 met was St. Armande, and as I dis"Iloiled meat with sauce, sausages with tho and famine among the peasantry ow- let, and that curious look which recalled son sweet enough," responded the young Divine discontent alone leads i ing to the almost total failure of this s strange resemblance to some one 1 knew, mounted he came up to me with a cordial garlic, a risotto all Milanese" louth'tConima- - feet content. "1 do not care what you had go on, professor, gallantly, year's grain and olive crops. Tho but could not remember, came over his fea- greeting, and asked: Ion. " ell, cavalicrr, good sport, I trust!" fool." I'aln and pleasure are vibrations nf meager paaturagu Is almost entirely tures. I began to relent as I saw his con"Very." replied, "I am going on, excellency. Where was I and then the same chord. exhausted and the cattle are rapidly fusion, almost as soon ss I bad spoken; and looked him Istraight in shortly, as I added: Hot He Kept on Talklnsf, hi risotto did I say? And bread made A man's power with men often fe. being decimated. Tho shepherds and sdded, "I may saya that theoftime Is not fsr "Do you intend to Vive the face lllggs When it comes to absence ol pends on hi tho Colonna his re- with yeast. And for drink, signore" days only." it is matter persistency with Ood. estttlo drivers of the country live on distant thatwith ou." "1 doubt not you had store of that, Ja- mind, that barber acroMi the way swoop venge "Taks me J mere it lllticil (inference between n wild figs and In many parts of tha Something in my tono caught him, he met copo." He diked this almost in a tone of enthe pot. nan of sorrows nnd a orrowfuI man. Country the peasantry live on bread treaty! keeping his eyes sway from trie, my eyes for a moment, then dropped his "i'.ut a dozen flagons or so of wine, your Dlggs Wby.wbathashe been dologl made of ground acorns and barley. however, and nervously ..listing at his gaze, mid lookeu towards me ground, vto worship all rosso." looks the "I went Into his shop to get my halt t lie who but hetin mav missthe nHHrr earth, Expulsions and expropriations have mustache. will catch "Jacoio you will be good enough to re- cut this morning, and he planed 1 stood thus before each other tor a little ilenven. sttained an unprecedented figure and "And your secretary, as you call bim, the time before he replied, and his voice was tire at once." newspaper around my neck and gav "I uui retiring, excellency; but try almost Inaudible. Heath Is the launching of ths shin iSlt wko were able to p4y tfpjir rent ibbe!" me a towel to read.' C4ib4Tt Even .rom "Perhaps I am pn sure,'1 be added, "Oh, he will come, too, and we could conarc now destitute. ils stocks of clav to Its own rU. Hi News, log with, W effort. "Will do for es to him,'1 jjeot, the iea of ettrnlty.-BaHorn. THE CITIZEN, DARLING. my friend, you speak of htr, It bids my Inner being stir. And who Is darling, this I prsyT A sunny rhltd, a bud of May, to eft, I t I hesitated for a second, snd then made answer: "Very well, Only you must lc prepared to "tart ut a moment's notice, and there will pioKibly lie hard riding ami hard fighting, and there is yet another thing." "Whs-- , is that!" "You must come as a simple volunteer, and nm-- .t make no inquiry as to what the business is on which I am engaged, 1 risk y lile for my own purposes; If you wish to do llccwisc you are welcome to join me, 011 the rendition I have stated." "I ac-swith pleasure." "Thca Hut is settled, and I hare anew comrade." "Iluinth!" and he raised his glass to his !. Ml-i- 13-l- I tr , J Ml. S3! y j half-hou- saw. 1 wrvws Kjextw. - d :" Hlght-cousnc- ss I'ab-rizio-!" Croce-Splnel- Wt GIVEN TO TAYLOR t Majority of tho Stnlo Klcctlon Hoard Decide lit Fuvor of Mm. Tht llrtlnra an the Ulrrllnn Are All Al Km to (ho Klnul Oat romr JnriHe I'rror Will Not Itrslan. r'rnnkfort, Ky., Dec. 9. All of a fifflit for the certificate of election ns jroTrrnor litis Item frltreii up by the (loebel people, whether or not n contest will be tunde In tho In yet to be determined. It will depend tcry Inrjfely Ukiii tho wording of the opinion which Commissioners Kill mid I'rlor will hnnd down nt 10 o'clock Saturday morning. If It implies that the cominlsssloneni H'llete fraud wan committed which illicit invalldnta the election did they nil cantnxftliiK board have tho lenl right to go behind the certified ro-- t n rim, It In almost certain a contest will bo made. Otherwise it U uncertain. The democratic cnntlltlutes for tho minor others on the state ticket, acting on tho belief that the cnmmls-doner- s' opinion will contain Implications of fnuul, hare already decided to light Iwforc thn state contesting lMiiml for the positions to which they lellec themselves entitled. Tliey held eonferenres during tho day, but It was not deflnltely determined until 3 o'clock In the afternoon to iniiko the contests. Commissioners Kills and Prior were busy all day writing thrlr opinion, and It was dark before Mr. Kills, who did most of the writing, lnul finished his task. The olitlcliins of both parties departed f rom Frankfort In great num-Iteduring the dny and the town l'rldny night was practically desert-A- ll the democratic nnd republic-m- i attorneys hare left for home, the former going Friday morning und the Utter Frlduy afternoon. Col. Jnck C'hlnii, who has been nttachril to the Uocbrl hesdiunrtvrs, left late Friday nf'ernoon, remarking, with a laugh, ns ho passed through the hotel door: " guess It is all up with us for this time." There Is no indication of any trouble. There has been a great amount of money bet on the election throughout Kentucky as to who would be tho next gorernor of tho state, and the bettors are trying to decide whether if Taylor is declared governor, and loter ousted by the leg I slat lirens not being a legal Incum-len- t, he was In fact actually governor at all in the eyes of the law. The Taylor Wttors construe it one way, and naturally the Uoebel men figure it out differently. There has been so much money wngrrexl on the outcome that tho thing has a serious side to It. The story that Judge Pryor will resign at the conclusion of thn board's session Saturday Is untrue. lloth he nnd Commissioner Kills hare lost all love for the position of election commissioner, and lioth will retire nfter n time, but neither will offer his resignation until all contests arising from tho Into election hare been pre-tenra rs - any Judge In this state, whether of high or low degree, am usurpations which can not nnd will not bo sanctioned by Inw, If the, people ot Kentucky are noted for anything It Is or fair dealing. Any attempt at Intimidation, coercion or overdrawing Is resented by every citizen of tho stnte, nnd no officer can, with Impunity, exercise tho functions of his placo for tho purpose of controlling the lawful actions of thn citizens, or to put him in fear, except as he has committed sonic public offense. "We regret we have regard ed It ncccssnry In view of the questions before us to extend this opinion to such length, It results from what has already been said that the certificates on tho faro of tho returns before us should bo Issued to William K. Taylor, the republican candidate for governor, and to tho other candidates on the republican stntn ticket with him, nnd it Is so ordered." Following Is the gist of tho minority opinion, which was rend by Commissioner I'oyntz. "I ngrce with my fellow members of the state election board, that tho democratic candidates were legally elected at the genernl stnte election, held November 7, 1800; nnd this fact Is drawn by the certificates madn to this board by the several county election boards." Mr. I'ayntz then goes briefly over tho tissue ballot declaring that, In his opinion, their use should have rendered void the election In the counties of l'lke, Johnson, Knox and Mngnflln. - CONGRESSIONAL. Hill In I rod need In the llonne Cllvlna n Territorial form of Onv-ernm- to Hawaii. 'iho charges of military Intimidation In I.oulsvlllc Is then discussed, and the opinion given that tho election In Jefferson county should be declared void. The opinion concludes a follows: "I am no lawyer, but I lielleve laws Thp opinion of the state board of election commissioners was given out late Friday night. It Is in part as follows: Occupying a place we did not seek, wo would gladly escape tho discharge of tho delicate and responsible duties which at thu present moment confront us. Hut having voluntarily nsaumrd tho rrsHinslbllity of so Important a trust our duty Is plain. We are not at liberty to depart from elementary principles, or to allow partisan zeal to force us to any conclusion which Is not approved by our judgment and sanctioned by tho law. In reaching a conclusion in this cose wo ore compelled to construe for the first time the statue under which wo act. It has not received judicial costructlon or Interpretation ut the hands of any court. This of Itself odds to our embarrassment, Jtnd If possible, to the magnitude of the disagreeable task before us. Tho capital question on tho threshold Is, What are the powers and jurisdiction of tho statu board of election commissioners sitting ns n canvnsslng board, which Is the capacity In which It now nets. Are our jtowcrs purely ministerial or are they both ministerial mid judicial? Tho majority report agrees that tho board has no right to go behind tho returns. Their report winds up with tho following: "Hut for reasons already discussed this board mny not now sit In Judgment on that question, nor docs it Intend by whirt it has said to commit Itself to any hard nnd fact line of action In the future. Once more, counsel for tho democratic candidates urged upon this board that It ought to reject the vote of the cltyof Louisville, on account of the official acta of n circuit Judge who, as counsel contend, with writs of mandamus and mandatory injunctions, not only forced, ns It Is claimed, the officers of election to udmlt persona to the polling places who legally had no right to bo there, but who, by mandatory process, required election olllcein to certify returns which it Is suggested to us were not In fact true. "All of this for the reasons stated is apart from tho Jurisdiction of this board as at present constituted. It Is enough, however, In this connection, to say that this Is not a government by Injunction, nnd when tho question Is properly presented before u tribunal having jurisdiction to deal with the subject we predict with confidence that tho judgment of such tribunal will bo swift and certain nnd that It will be distinctly held that such rerforutancca on the part of of. arc Intended to bring about justice and believe that the law does not require the giving of certificates of election to candidates who are shown by the returns before this board to havo been defeated. I am unwilling to certify fraud nnd to turn Kentucky THAT "BULLPEN." over to the control of the bayonet, (iatllng gun and the fraudulent tissue Tim Ctisrge Growing- tint af I'rrsencivof I'rdrmt Troop In the Idnlin Mining ballots. 1 therefore respectfully deTrouble Will lie Investigated. cline to join with my colleagues in grnntlng certificates to the republicWashington, Dec. 9. Iteprcsenta-liv- e an candidates, and believe certificate Lent, of Ohio, Fridny Introduced of election should be issued to tho a joint resolution reciting the charges democratic candidates." growing out of the presence of United States troops, under llrlg. (ien. LIEUT. LEDYARD'S DEATH. Merriam, at the center of mining troubles in Idaho, asking for an Inlie Was Kilted Ilnrlnsr a vestigation by a specinl committee of Outbreak AmntiB; the Nanine members, to be appointed by tives In Xegros. the speaker. Tho resolution says that It is n matter of general Information Detroit, Mich., Dec. 0. The news that United Stntes troops were sent of the dentil of Lieut. Augustus C. to Idaho in defiance and contrary to Lcdyard, who was killed in tho out- the federal constitution nt the indibreak of tho natives In Negros, was vidual request of the governor when broken Friday to his father, Henry no riot or Insurrection existed and It. Lcdyard, president ot the Michwithout consulting the legislature oi igan Central railroad, while the fa- the local sheriff. was en route home from New ther It is asserted that Gen. Merrlnm York. It was decided to send an In- declared martial law and "arbitrarily timate friend to meet the president's nnd w ithout warrant of Inw arrested car and endeavor to soften tho hundreds of citizens," and held them blow. Tho lieutenant was Mr. id-yard- 's under "most brutal and tyrannical second son. llu was at Yalo conditions." Tho nrrest. It Is chargut the outbreak of tho Spanish war ed. Include many members of the and had outlined for himself a roll, miners union nnd the local sherllT. road career. Joining the rush of It Is asserted that many men were impatriotic students, he enlisted nnd prisoned in a "bull pen, n place unfit spent most of his time ns a vol- for human habitation." Allegation Is unteer In camp life near Tampa. Aft- made that one prisoner became Insane erward at his own nnd his fathers de- from the treatment, and escaping, sire, ho entered tho regular nrmy an was shot as ho jumped Into a river. Sit lieutenant. He was a grandson In another case. It Is charged, a dyot tho famous (ien. Lewis Cass. Ho ing prisoner was denied spiritual conwas at Inched to Gen. Miles' staff dursolation. ing tho Porto ltlcan campaign. Speclllc nets nt cruelty aro given. Including compulsory standing erect, HAYWARD'S SUCCESSOR. for seven hours each day In tho hot atFlstht far the Appointment deems sun, under penalty ot death, If tempt was made to move or sit down. Alto be lletvreen Farmer Denntnr It is also alleged that n captain under len and a, M. Hitchcock. (Jen. Merriam amused himself by callOmaha, Neb., Dec. 9. flor. I'oyntcr ing prisoners "cownrdly curs while Inflictpunishments has been called from the capital by these Tho resolutionwere being also recites that the illness of his father and this has ed." wives and fumllles of miners caused a slight break In the fight for the Is and were the appointment of a United States alleged Insulted by soldiers, for th it that responsibility Hay ward. Tho senntor to succeed nctlons recited rests with the friends of both former Senator W. V, Allen nod (Illlert II. Hitchcock, of tho mining companies of the localltleu. World-Heralof this city, are busy. St. I.uuls Wants the Convention. It uppears certain that one of the two St. Louis, Dec. 9. A delegation of will get It. The fusion members of prominent St. LoiiIb citizens have tho last legislature lire practically been selected to go to Washington unanimous in urging Allen's appoint- next week In nn to secure ment ns they are practically nil popu- tho next national ciitieiirnr convenrepublican lists, and tlov. I'oyntcr is ulso a pop- tion. Tho Coliseum, which will seat ulist. This Is counted upon to have its about 10,000 persons, will be tendered effect. to tho national committteo for the use ot the convention. Drntli af l.auls Mtrnus. Canned llerf fur the llrltlsli. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 9. Louis Chicago, Dec. 9. Llhby, Mc.Vul & Straus, of tho firm of Louis nnd (Jus Straus, one ot the city's lending and Llbby have tdilpped 750,000 pounds of wealthiest clothiers, died Friday, nf- canned beef to the Hritlsh nrmy in curs were, ter u protracted Mucks ot Hright'n South Africn. Twenty-fou- r disease, dropsy nnd heart trouble. Ills required to carry It nnd this Is the estnto is valued nt over halt n million. largest shipment ot canned beef ever Ho and his brother (luswero the chief shipped from this city. backers ot John K. Madden, tho noted Illotnun Miners. race horso man, nnd arc said to be Springfield, 111., Dec. 9. At one responsible. In a largn measure, for his success. He was it large owner of o'clock Saturday morning a telephone thoroughbreds, nnd herved as judgu inesago wiih received by tho police, at, various courses throughout tho stating that n gang of union carmen, who arc on u strike, were tearing up country. tho track of the Springfield ConsolWest Virginia, Miners liaised. idated railway In llidgely, n suburb Indianapolis, Iud., Dec, 9. Tho of Springfield. Tho police were powUnited Mliioworkcrs hnvo received no- erless to net III l!ldgely nnd the shertice of nn advance ot 13 per cent In iff sent a poste to the scene. wages In tho Fairmont, W. Vn coal Namunn Natives Indifferent. region by two of the largest operaAuckland, N. ',., Dec. 0. Advices tor In tho state. This Is tho second Increnso within three months. Oth- receiver here from Apia, Samoa, er West Virginia operators, H Is said, dated November 28, say that the news of tho German nuiiexutlou of thu Iswill follow. lands, us n result of the Suiiionn agreeAdvanriiiur On Ciilrnao. ment, was received by tho nativen I'retorlu, Thursduy, Dec. 7. Tho with apparent Indifference. has following dispatch dated lloConfesses Murder. been received from the head laager, Detroit, Mich., Dec, 9. Harry near Ladysmltlit "The Hritlsh are youth arrestthe advancing ou Coleuso, but last night passed without tin attack. There was ed on suspicion of being tho slayei a desultory cannonade, this morning, ot John M, lielndel, Friday confessed tho nut nl guns In Ludysmltb replying to tin cilme, UN motive was vigorously to our Are." lie-ren-t to-da- y Hum-berge- lar to the measure reported to tho houso last year, providing n territorial governor appointed by the president and n legislature of two houses. Mr. Sherman, of New York, Introduced n bill authorizing the postmnster general to contract with an America i cable company to send official messages to Hawaii, the I'hlllppplncs, Japan and China, for SO yenrs, at not to exceed $100,000 n year. Other bills arc: Uy Mr. Little (Ark.) to prevent monopolies and trusts and for the freej coinage of gold and silver; by Mr. Kerr (O.), admitting veterans of the war with Spain to tho homes for disabled soldiers; by Mr. Flynn (Okla.), for additional homestead lands to those who participated In the war with Spain or with tho Philippines; by Mr. Corliss, for n bridge across the Detroit river at Detroit; by Mr. Hill, authorizing the establishment ot national banks In Cuba, Porto Itlco and the Philippines; by Mr. Mcltno (Ark.), extending tho contract labor Inwo Hawaii; by Mr. Itodenburg (111.), to create u commission to pass on claims of United Stnte. citizens. Mr. Itodenburg (III.), by request, Introduced bills granting right of cable connection with Cuba and I'orto llico to the United States nnd West India Direct Telegraph Co., and to nuthorlzo the West Indian Development Co. to acquire franchises, etc., In Cuba and I'orto Itlco. Mr. Corliss (Mich.) Introduced n bill for the construction of n regulating dam at the foot of Lake Krle for controlling the level of the lake, Detroit river, Lake St. Clair nnd St. Clair river. Washington, Dec. 9. representative lit t. of Illinois, Friday Introduced n bill to provldn n territorial form of government for Hawaii. H Is simi1 Every reader of this paper should gfvs special heed to the otftra which are appearing from week to week by the John M. Smyth Co., the mammoth mad order houas of Chicago. In this Unit will bo found their "Then, of course you have no hl(tner criticism!" exclaimed the enlightened nun, advertisement ot a thoroughly first-clasihtiilrirririg, tewing machine, al the astound-Ingl- y low price of f 11.2.1. Coming at this of"Oh, hut we hnve!" protested the sange, "Why, there arc among u any fer and other offers do from a houje with a vehemently. number of advanced thlnkera who wonder commercial rating of over one million dolfor instance, if there ln't too much talaratiis lars, and of the highest character, they mark an opportunity that the shrewd buyer will In the bread fruit t Yes, sir!" Here we see that (lie mind it alike impa- not lie alow to take advantage of. The John tient of fetlert, no matter what man's cor- M. Smyth Co., 1M) to 100 Wmt Madison street, will send their mammoth catalogue, poreal condition be Detroit Journal. in which it listed at wholesale prices everything to eat, wear and use, on receipt of floats. only 10 cents to partly pay postage or ex- The latest invention for savin life comes and even this 10 centals allowed on from London, anil li a non linkable boat. If Crcsaige, amounting to one dollar. people would pay s much attention to the preservation of life In other wayi, there For the flrcvr. would ho a great improvement, lfoitetter's A solicitor In a Georzia court la remon- Stornarh Hitters la a life preserver, discovHe overheard a ered SO years ago, It cures dyspepsia, indi- - aible for the following: trouble. It conversation between hit cook and a nure, and all f;ettion excellent form of stomach discussing a recent funeral of a tonic for the whole system who were memher of their race, at which there had and may be hail from any druggist. been a great profusion of flowers. The nurse said: "When I die, don't plant no flowers' I'.t rrrlhliiK a Disease, on my grave, hut plant a good old water"Doctor, if microbes in food are hurtful, melon vine; and when it geta ripe you come what makes me get so stout?" eat it. "Oh, my dear madam, there la a flesh- - dar,deand don't youdat good but jet' bus' it on let inducing microbe, you know " lodiaiispu-l- a down grave and de ground." old juice dribblethrough Youth'a Comf Journal. panlon. tllft-he-r hl temper admirably. "Nsltire, he replied, with a comprentn Ire gesture, "l our lliblet" Otlllelsnt. Th' saraee lictJ tsar-L-- rl Acts gently on J by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure dcafnesa, and that is Deafness is by constitutional remedies. rained by an inflamed condition of the mulining of the Kustachiaii Tube. When cous this tube gets inflamed you hate s rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inllamniation enn lie taken out and this tulie restored to its normal hearing will be destroyed fotever; nine esses of of ten arc caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any rase of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. , Deafness Cannot lie Cared use Hoxsie's Croup Cure. It does not con-- 1 tain opium in any form and will not nauie-ata. fid cents. A. I'. Hoxsie, lluffalo, N. Y. When riabr lias the Croup I Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses n the the , EFFECTUALLY Seldum Fedd-- Dat feller, Hungry Hooks, ' is a credit to de perfession. Soiled Kpooner You bet! He eould steal OVERCOMES de soda right out ot a biscuit nidout break-ida crust. Judge. anil Fever Is a bottle of Grove's TasTEt.r.ss Ills Ability. erf CJ jJrfti JEADAf rvEP 1 H4BlTUAtCNST,PAT'0N .1. The llest Prenerlptlon for Chills form. Nocuro- PERMANENTLY Cuill Tonic. His slmptyironandoulnlnein u tasteless do pay. rrlte.50c ,TSBENEF.C,ALECT5- OVy THC GtHVINt - M AMT'D ey QUfvRNIApG.SYRVP F. .1 Cheney i. Co.. Toledo. O. Fold bv Druggists, 75e. Hall's Family Pills arc the heat. A flsd Case. Doctor You are troubled with iniomnia. Patient Terribly. I can't even sleep when it's time to get up. Puck. baby is the sweetest baby In the To Cnrw Cold la Uan You were once considered the Tako Laxative Tlromo Quinine Tablets. All thing in the world, although you druggists refund money if It falls to cure. 20c. look it now tendon Tit Hits. So long as we have the man, If you want a favor from your friend, go there will doubtless be a call for the ready-mad- e a bright day. If you want to to see him on ancestry. Detroit Journal. do In in a favor, go on a dark day. "Ham's Horn llronn,"in Indianapolis News Piso's Cure for Consumption has saved mo many a doctor's bill H. K. Uardy, HopA tot of the conversation worked off In kins Place, Baltimore, Md , Dec. U, 01. society ought to b dumiied in the garbage can. Chicago Daily News. Some folks say this worl' it not dey home. Dat's why dey moves w'enever house rent Does her family '.ve have anything to do come due. Atlanta Constitution. with nuking a w vnan willowy ? IJoston Ever)-world. weetest may not Dr o'lLH bysu roa &au oautadTs nu so ru wmt. ItEAlJRtlS OF THI3 PArEIl DKSIIUNO TO nUY ANYTHING AIIVKHTISKI) IN ITS COLUMNS HIIOL'LD INSIST UPON HAVING) WHAT TUBT ASIC KOB, ItEFUSINO ALL SUIISTITUTKM OU IMITATIONS. - Trantcript. Tim M.iiKi:is. MVR Clnclnnntl, Dec STOCK-Cnttle.e- Dyeing Is as simple as washing when you Sold use PUTNAM FADKLESS DYES. by all druggists. Dr.BnlIs Cough Consumption. js ii TUo best remedy for om butchers llKht. llOas-Conand Heavy., Mlxert packer I.lclit Milntwr 3HKKI' Choice I.A.MIIH -- Hprlnc I'LOrH-Wln- ter patent 3 red.. No. 3 red Corn- - No. I mixed Uats-N- o. S It) i No I ItAV-Prl- me to choice Select n-o n 1 "AI.VKS-Ff- tlr Ml 75 4U 3 3 S "0 3 3 75 07 ((3 m OU 5 Why do they call her a servant girl when the is boas of the job? Chicago Chronicle. 80 O VTU D J ness. Asthma, Whooping cougfa.Croap. Small doses; quick, sure results. Bronchitis, Uoarso- Trial,xJorjC Cures ij Dr.IlnlCtIllsctcCoiUpatun. If J 6 3 35 lllAIN-Vheat-- No. S tf 5 25 u 3 0) C if tV if fMJ it 3 95 H 3 !) m J0HNMS1H iYTHCO. mammoth SI4.25 raj le-T- 3314 w 0to6o0"V Iird UL APl'M'.S-Chol- I'KOVISIONB-MeiTKIt-Cliol- ce as pork... ailAIN-Whent-- COItN- - No. 2 OATS-N- o. 2 1 dairy to fancy... I'OiATOKS-l'- er 150 brl ClltCAOO. 3 40 (f FLOtm-Wln- ter pntent SPAW B if No. 3 ChlcHgo spring1...... 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It has seven drawers all handsomely carved and with nickel-platering polls. The mccban leal construction fa equal to that of any machine regardless of pries. All worline parts are of tho best tool eteel. every bearing perfectly fitted and adjusted so as to make tbo running qualities the lightest, moat per-fa- rt and nare4t noLtclesa of anr machlno made- - This Owln Machine, haa all tho latost Improvements. It makea a perfect and unibeat work on either tho lightest muslins or hoariest form LOCK STITCH, andwill do tho full, cloths. Mining orer seams and rough, places without skipping stitches. A plush-ltoe- set of and enclosed In a handsome, beat steal sttachmcnta, nlcolr nlckol-plate- d metal, Japannmt boa, anil a complete aajortmtnt of accessories sod book of Instruction FURNISHED FREB with each machine, to what others are asking 2.00 to 0.00 for. Una rail teed by us far ao years from data ot purchase, against any imperfection in material or workmanship. Tho stand Is made of the beat Iron and la machine equal 24K 3 43 T tr 25 tP 9 it 6 tr ff WoahIpthUmachInaC.O.D.subIeettoapproval.onrecIptoftwo en ntvcTDltl dollars. If. on examination you aro conrlnced that wo aroaaiin OU UAlO I til AL. yout3ortMonsOTUt'aprico,partnobaIaneoandfrelbtcharcoatheptrT A a m Mis the machine. ltnotsatls&edatanrtlmewithlnCDdarsier.dthomachlnsk sy 1 lLmJs 1 back tons at our expense and wo will refund tho full purchase, price. ... fn which Is lltttd at lowest wholesale prices erythlng to est wear and usc.is furnisl 'ed on receipt of only 10? to partly .pay Tisil Doslada of 4oocl 1 faith the 109 is allowed on first Ifoud. MqnthiV aftoctBY naicf. ust ratE.in imir1 t.vrssEm I Personally Two Conducted 'I California if I 'ff famous pictures printed in ten colon, ready for framing, will fce given free to any penoa who will send a quarter for Three Months' subscription to Demoresl'j Family Magazine, the great paper for home life. 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IIIIU,U.XIHIII1TL BBost Cough aVjy-r-raBisr- fr. In time. ttjrup. Sola bv uniaxials. OouT Vso H an sn.i snsrsnieea NtSTllstxit-EBT- t tr illdtin- f,,. ,DflDCV L la. i OI f If sn4 III liliiill IWlVli as'itlsat-- , Us. P, trlml OMltN nr,li.l,J,urort firas cvUl VIRSIHIA FARMS tor SALE-O- ood nd tburrba Svlgbhbors. Iroa from C land, Cood waiiiiil. MMeJ attraiior tuttl b4t id ittlvejtii&dettjrioire. Wrtifurfietev A. N K.-- IS 1700 tVIIK.N !: nsaal VIIITI.U ImU tkMl Is k yuysr iu 'I'O AIiVKItTISKHa MX lb AdrartUf Ralph Ringwood. A The Counties. Madison County. Dreyfus. Tho school at this place was out Thursday. Miss Dora Bcngo was tho guest of Miss Julia Riddell, last week. Sunday-schoo- l at tho Christian Church every Sunday ovening at 2:.'K). Mrs. Frank Hays, of Berea, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hudson, this week. Mrs. Eva Riddell was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary Riddoll, last week. Clover Uottom. Frnnklin Etiglo of McKoo been visiting relatives hero. has SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Kdlted ly Mm. Kat K, I'ctnam, eacher In llcrea College. Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. (Oontinunl from .Vnr. SO.) THE SCHOOL. Edited ty Mru. Kilt II Yixi'M, intn ol Ihr Normal Department, terra Colleirc. THE FARM. . While here, I purchased n rifle, aud practised daily at n mark, to prepare myself for a hunter's life. When sufficiently recruited in strength I resumed my journey. At Wheeling I embarked in n family boat, technically calla primo river coned n broad-horveyance in thoso days. In this ark for two weeks I floated down the Ohio. The river was as yet in all its wild beauty. Its loftiest trees had not been thinned out. The forest overhung tho water's edgo, and was occasionally skirted by immenso canebroaks. Wild animals of all kinds abounded. In this way wo glided past Cincinnati, tho "Queen of the West," as she is now called, thou a mere group of and the Rite of tho hustling city of Louisville, then designated by n solitary house. As I said the Ohio was as yet a wild river; all was forest, forest, forest! Near tho conflueiico of Green River with tho Ohio I landed, bade adieu to the broad-horaud btruck for tho interior of Kentucky. 1 hail no precise plan; my only idea was to make for one of the wildest parts of the cotin- try. I had relatives in Lexington aud other settled places, whom I thought it probablo my father would write to concerning me; so, as I was full of manhood and independence, and resolutely bent ou making my way in tho world without assistuuce or control, 1 resolved to keep clear of them all. In tho courso of my first day's trudge I shot, a wild turkey, and slung it ou my back for provisions. At length I camo to where a gang wolves were feasting ou of tho carcass of a deer which they had run down, and snarling and snapping, and fighting liko so mauy dogs. One, larger and fiercer than the rest, seemed to claim the larger share, and to keep tho others in awe. "This," thought I, "must be tho captain; if I can kill him, I shall defeat the whole army." I accordingly took aim, fired, and down dropped tho old fellow; all tho rest ran off, and my victory was complete. This was my first camping out in tho real wilderness, and I was soon made sensible of the loneliness and wrildness of my situation. In a little while a concert of wolves commenced; there might have been a dozen or two, but it seemed to me as if there were thousands. I never heard such howling aud whining. Having prepared my turkey, I divided into two parts, thrust two sticks into one of the halves, and planted them on end before tho fire, tho hunter's mode of roasting. Tho smell of roast meet quickened the appetites of the wolves, and their concert became truly infernal. They seemed to be all around me, but I could only now and then get a glimpse of one of them, as he came within the glare of the light. I did not much care for the wolves, who I knew to be a cowardly race, but I had heart! terrible stories of panthers, aud began to fear their stealthy prowlinga in the surrounding darkness. I was thirsty and heard a brook bubbling and tiukliug along at no great distance, but absolutely dared not go there, lest some panther might lie in wait aud spring upon me. By and by u deer whistled. I had never heard ono before, aud thought it must be u panther. I wan so possessed with the dread of panthers, that I could not closo my eyes all night, but lay watching tho trees un-tidaybreak, when all my fears were dispelled with tho darkuess. Having breakfasted on the remainder of my turkey and slacked my thirst at thobubbliug stream, without further diead of panthers, I resumed my wayfaiing with buoyan' feelings, I saw deer, but, us usual, running, running, running!. I tried in vain to get a' shot attlio.u, and began to fear I never should. I was gazing with vexation ut thoseumperiug herd when I was startled by a human voice. Turning round, I saw a mau at a short distance from mo in u hunting-dress- . bo-for- e, half-starve- d Miss Dora Bratcher, who has been visiting relatives for tho past two weeks, has returned home. Miss Martha Sandliu pleasantly entertniued Mr. Raleigh Harris, of White's Station, Sunday afternoon. Miss Ada Hurd has returned to her homo after a week's stay with her sister, Mrs. James Harris, of lrviu'. Rev. James Young preached interesting sermons to large congregations Thanksgiving day, both morning aud night. Miss Anna Ogg has returned homo after her delightful visit with friends at Speedwell, where sho attended meeting nt the Baptist Church. Miss Martha Sandlin will entertiu a few of her young friends at her beautiful home Saturday night. Music will bo the order of tho evening. Miss Maud Daniels, who was to lie tho guest of her cousin, Miss Mat tie Voting, did not arrive ou nccount of tho sudden illness of her little brother. Rev. Tipton, of Estill Co., is conducting a few days meeting at the Christian Church. Rev. Parsons will nlso begin a protracted meeting at the Baptist Church Saturday night. Clay County. Oglo. Miss Helen Brigman's school is out Ivan Davidson, Jr., has a very sick child. Mrs. Jenny Smith visited relatives here Sunday. . Wm. Means is building a Wm. Swafford is engaged in clearing up land. Alex Smith has moved where Law-so- n lived. Benjamin Jackson has a job of hauling staves to. Flat Lick. A Mr. Dyor passed through here selling spectacles last week. Stoke Lawson has built a house and is living on Ivan Davidson's land, Marshall Davidson mored into the house with Ivan Davidson last week. Thomas Holcomb went to ville Wednesday after a. new-lo- t of goods. T. J., and J. H. Frederick havo returned from North Jellico, whero they have been at work. Richard Smith waa severely hurt while attempting to shoot a crow. His gun, being too heavily charged, exploded. Bar-hours Tho letter which our friend hit Parsons passed through here n nursent tis this weok contains soraa ou his way homo from Drip Rock. sery man in Now York state, loft homo on tho subject of farming, so wo for a day or two. It wns rainy woath-e- r Insert it undur this hending. Louis-villa- , Dr Daugherty returned from and not a season for sales, but a A Letter from Silc. but is unable to tako caro of his customer arrived from a distance, tied patients, owing to his own illness. Dear Citizen: I heard a man say up his horso and went into tho kitchMiss Talithn Gay's school closed en of n farmhouse, where two IihIh onco that If our foretlght was as good Dec. 1st with an exhibition largely wcro cracking nuts. we'd got on n heap as our hind-ljld- , ntteuded by tho people from adjoin hotter in this 'ere world, an' when I "Is Mr. II at home!" ing districts. think about Pal Williams It makes "No, sir," said tho eldest, Joe, ham mcring nt a nut. me think it's so. It's just the other Miss Ollio Hatfield is expected "When will ho lie back!" way with n pig though. It sees tho home this week from Tenn. wheru "Dunuo, sir. Mebl not for a weok." way into your corn field every time, sho has been for nearly eighteen Tho other boy, Jim, jumped up but you can run your legs oft after it, months for tho benefit of her health. an it can t seo tho way to get out! Her friends will 1h glad to know she and followed the man out. "Tho men am not hero, but I ran show you Hut BM.'akiu' o' this 'ero Williams, is stronger than when she left. he aiu't got no foresight at all, (tecum wioftiocK, nesiuii, wiin such a urigut, courteous manner that tho stranger, like. lie killed a hen '(other day who was n little irritated, stopped and what had only lid two eggs on her Leslie follow! him through the nursery, litter. Un inner thought about her llyden. examining the trees and left his order, cheerful thankfulness is the one to In in' a doen eggs the next threu W. W. Raster, "ou have sold the largest bill that whom new gifts of friends and opttor week, an' still it beiu' fnt an' good to Sunday school 1 have had this season, Jim," his fath-- , tunnies and success are most likely eat. missionary, was with us last week. ..,..n- - tw .t rutiii iu i.:.., ,i,i i.;ii to jcome.t tO lllllllit mi.t .if tin. Rut I want to tell ye 'bout his tint Mini inn iiut ... ,,' n.n.t.. Born to the wife of John Maucy, Willi . . (U -. ,1(1.1(1 rot urn. l,"l iicr Illlllt. .Most Ol Ills IIIIHI IS (lOWII I nin llMmkfnl f,w tli'tiim thnt Xov. 'J2, n fine girl. will- - we can, if wo will, make ourselves in- - ,on Blue Jay, but ho has ono piece o "I'm sure," said Joe, "I'm as H. II. Baily and family nre ii.f-i- n helu as Jim. if I'd tliouirht in to useful, successful men and women knob laud up hero alnivu me. Mis Of course I am talking to you boys uncle gie it to him nine years ago Wo re- - time." moving to Laurel Comity. and girls; the old folks are supo-e- d after he'd cut it olf for tan bark, tin gret to lose them. A few years afterward these two to lie olf by themselves criticising the now there ain't notion' ou it but n lot were left by their father's fail- world and its neighbors! Eversole Si Co's new brick store have o' saplings an' some trees the size o will bo ready for occupancy with the ure and death with 5200 or SSOOeJch. heard people excuse themselves for round wood. An' now what does Pal do hut cut J(M bought an acre or two near home. not doing something that thev ought new year. all little fellers, ' cause ho ' He has worked hard but is still n to do by saving: "Well I don't care, lioll a them to sell somewood: nevcrcan do northing right, am got dinner Dr. Birchell, of Manchester, has A loor, discontented man. JitnlotigIit not going "Pal," sats 1 when ho come by And others grum been in Hydeu examining applicants an emigrant's ticket to Colorado, hired blenliout to try. not having friends."! dou't j'tother day with a load, "how much do infor life insurance. Severnl havo as a cattle driver for a couple of years see wny everylMXly likes Aim: He ye get a corn lor mat an sured. Dollnr'n a quarter," savs he. and with his wages Iwught land at has mote friends in this town than I u now many cords ilo ye 'low hate iu tho whole world." Anil some 10 cents an acre, built himself a house Several of the District schools are again excuse slovenly dross and nwk- - you can cut up there! out and the teachers are preparing to and married. His herds of cattle aro wnni manners wiin Oil, iHiut a hundred, wood tlie siio l just wiisn t this Vre." spend the winter in some ono of the numbered by tho thousand, his laud raised that way,"meaning to Ih indite "A hundrisl an' twenty fivedollars," i has been cut up for town lots and he and neat. higher institutions of learning. Now if life is going to menu ni y s.irs 1. "tnHHl lor you, nil. llul s ranked as one of the wealthiest Only one person was convicted and thing to us we must ask and answer then," says 1, "how long will it tako ye to cut nii'haul it all down yonder!" honestly a few questions. "Do I sentenced to the state prisou at this inen in the state. "I might have done lik Jim," his success?" Hne I nny dualities tin, says nr, nin 1 annul vocut term of court. Tho next court will be I do it all Huh year, brother said lately, "if I'd thought iu that can gain real friends!"' held in the new court house. "Why not!" says I. time. Thero'H as good stuff iu me as my Ix'st at btiln things, that I nmv Ik ready for tho larger if they come!'' j "Can't find uolnxly to buy it, nayH Miss Mnry Doah Bradshaw, tho new in him." "Do I whine and find fault so that he. music teacher of the academy, makes "There's as good stuff in that loaf of nolxxlv likes to havo me around!" "Hut it could, you'd sell it, good impression and will provo a bread as iu any I ever made," said "IX) I keep myself ho clean in heart ' would ye!" yc a useful member of the faculty. "W..11 lct," sas he. his wife, "but nobody can eat it. aud life that God can trust 1110 with how "Well then, as I list ye iu it." such gifts tut health aud friends and Pres- There's not enough yeast Thanksgiving Services at tho success!" onj 'ml it tako you to put it in mar- byterian Church were very interest- - The retort, though disagreeable, was 1 think vc ought to do as tho mer- ket! Ninety days, d' ye reckon!" euer- - chants do take account of our stock ing, and a large audience wns present, truth. The epiick widoa-wnk"Oh, niavlni so," Days ho; "can't Jude Brow n made a splendid address, j gy which act as leaven in a character in trade every once iu a while nntl tdl precise.1' "Well," says I, "Pal Williams, lot' But it can bo in see what new goods we ought to get j is p?rtly natural. iu! Character making and keeping vou tlo some reckoiiin.' I culcated by parents aud acquired by cannot lie less important than store knowan me good you're at arithmetic. If INDUSTRY REWARDED. a boy if ho chooses to keep his eyes keeping, but most of us seem to' you was to leave them little trees open and act promptly nud boldly in think it will tako care of itself. slonc tin just tlo odd join with yer At tho opening of tLo Whiter Term, Suppof o that this year wo plnn to team, hem an' down at tho wttlemcnt, emorgency. Springfield Dec. 13, Berea College will buy from every hnve more things to Iw thankful for .how much could yo mako in a mouth by tho time HKX) draws to a clou. students homespun products, allowJ,V)1' Who of Us Know. And it wouhlu't 1m? a bad thing to "No, I don't guess I could," says ing on their term bills as follows : W hoot II know aim at giving some other folks great- - he. Tlie heartaehea ot the mm we meet Linen, homespun, 30 to 40c a yard. Kacli er cause for thankfulness! "Woll, will 535 suit ye!" 1r In pawlrui 011 the lmy rtn-et"Erery .lay I. a fn-- h helnln, "Call it that," says ho. " The wim .ml earra that prcan them, Woolsey, 40 to 50c a yard. Krery mora I. ihe worM uia.le new. "Well then," says I, "threo months 'oreUliiiKi that illitn-- them -, Yon who are weary of wrmw and .Innlnr. ; " i(k- dollars, an' 105 from 126 Jeans, Whoot u know? 40 to 50c a yard. llereU.ls.utlfulhNs.fo,you. .j,, A ,at . j, trN Who of ui think . A for and a h..- ,- for you." well matchWell woven fc jf Of how hot twin have ehard the amlllniteheek This is ono stanza of a httlo ixmiii ... t 1 t k, ed, two yards wide, and seven feet Of Miiur But ....mi a luift ho Mould nut dare to wc ii iriwi iui ,1 . t 11 like very ui i, Xi Mult" lot'snuuiii an tno take ,..11 The pli they feel, the hunlena that they tear, uy ousnnVo.iugo inaL 1 fi mv - - j von long, SG.OO. much. And hero is one from Lowell a look ahead. Kach hour that ur through the tulcnin year ou re a young man, dyes in Extra price for homo-madWho of u thlulT that is deecribing tho noblo woman, about twenty-live- , new, vol ami tho spirit of it is just as good for nud ye come from a long-lim- ain't famWho of ut care woolsey and jeans. Mako the best f pain cnf'. tho boys. ily. Don't want to die before you're and get the best price. There will bo To try to think amitoknow theirhearts relief, Ami it'll' to hrliiK Imaklns Mir il.fflh Utile klmlnruea seventy-fivo- , do vol'' another chance to sell homo products of their eare To help to Ixar the liunlcni Whlth mit leave undone or leple, "Not if I enn help it," savs ho. lor naught w Mch eta one hf art at ra-at the opening of the Spring Term Ilj- ti niter wnnl ami lining look ami ra)rr "That's fifty year ahead," says I Who of u Ami Rlrtth happlneu or prare, Mar. 14. Keep every loom going. "Now what'll your 520 be worth yeb -- 5. C. AUe. fa Hallimorr HtkmtU. la ileeinH In her eyea." R. ad-vi- Principal Marsh wns calling iu this neighborhood week before last. Rilled by 9. C. Mix, rrolrMor ol Horticulture, Here OollrRe, Hoys Who Succeed. , Thirty years ago Mr. H County. "Thanksgiving day" has como and gono, but no ono will over bo thank ful uon that day unless ho cultivates n habit of thanksgiving from hour to hour. Early next spring must the ttirkoy for next Thanksgiving bo hatched, and oven now it is not too soon to lx'gin to prepare our hearts and lives for tho spiritual part of tho feast. You havo all heard of tho old lady who mado it her regular, daily habit to "count up her mercies". It is a very good plan and would sav us from a great deal of tho anxiety and worry of our lives if we would more often count up tho blessings that mnko us happy every day. I would suggest that we each spend a half hour iu writing out n list of tho I do not blessings that aro ours. know any lMtter way to win new blessings than to nppieciato those that wo have. XVXU 1 ..... a 1 1 i i '' 1 "k -- 1 FIRE-SID- E bed-cover- .. i- v . - o I that time!" "I dou't understand ye, Sile," soys he. to-da- y Bright Shnrie. Mrs. M. Smith visited relatives on Otter Crook during tho week. M. II. Frederick completed his school here, Wednesday. Noah Valentine passed here ou his way to Bear Creek. Jas. Smith, of Spring Creek, is visiting Bright Shade. Oliver Wagers has nearly completed his loggiug job. Ho has put in about seven hundred logs. Woodson SwafTord, of Ogle, anil n daughter of Harris Smith are expected to .get married soon. StllllTOU SlLVAE. sfeJL; - .. 'Jill? ACROSS THC GOLLEGE GREEN BEREA HAS 15 BUILDINGS I Jackson County. Kvergreeu. Miss Hettio Lukes' school is out. Mr. James Walker is talking of mov- A KVKHVIIODV ciianci: lOlt Over -- O touchers, 70U .stiiitouts I. BEREA COLLEGE (IV0111 OI'.MIKII IH.U -- 0 .states.) Host l.thrtiry in Kontucky. No Saloons. ing permanently to Louisville. Thoro aro several pupils in this vicinity preparing for school at Berea. Mr. John Amy is talking about "What aro you after, my ladt" selling his farm aud going to Madicried he. son Co. "Those deer," replied I, pettishly; Mr. Geo. C. Moore, who isteachiug "but it seems as if they never stand Pino Grove school, has live weeks yet still." Upon this ho hurst out laughing. to teach. Wo regret our school is so soon to close. "Where aro you from!" haid he. Wo havo u protracted meeting in "From Kichmond." this vicinity, led by Mr. M. K. Pusco "What! In old Virginia!" aud wife, of Berea, also Rev. Mason "The samo." "How ou earth did you get hero!" Jones, of Combs, Ky. Wo aro having a largo attendance ( To U tutJluutU.) Io r tlioso NOT Niillicicntly atlviincotl to get a III. , Farming and Agriculture, gardening, forestry, etc, -- two yettrs. IV. Domestic Science Sewing, Cooking, etc. twoearH. V. Normal Courso for teachers three years, with practice teaching. VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for College, for busiuess, and for life. For thoso more advanced : VII. Collegu Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Adjunct Departments : VIII. Music Ueed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. IX. Berea General Hospital Two years' courso iu tho caro of tho sick. stock-riiisin- For thoso sulllcleiitly advanced to got a teuchor's cortlllouto Trudo Schools : Carpentry, Ilouseuork, Printing ttto yeais. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and the advanced courses. : teacher's ccrtillcutez Berea places tli best education in reach of all. It is not 11 mono making institution. Its instruction is n free gift. It aims to help those who value education and will Imlp themselves, aud charges u small incidental fee to meet expenses ot tho fchool apart from instruction. Students must also pay for their board. Expeusea for term (12 weeks) may bo brought within $21, about half of which mu.st bo paid in advance. Tho school is endorsed by Uaptists, Congregatiounlists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, aud good people of all denominations. For uijunnatiun or friendly advtcn addrruM the OKO. T. FAIItCHlLI), LL. 1)., Hcreit, MuiIIhoii Co., Ky. Vice-Presid- is worth a "I mean, a dollar dollar an' (lets, next year, accordin' to simple interest, nit' nlxmt $1 fifty years from now nt the same rate), lint we'll camiKMiud tho interest an' gues it oil at 510. Now tell me, Pal," says I, "if 51 swells up into 510, will your 520 be what worth ye by the timo you mnko vour willl" "J21X)," says he. "All right," saH I. "You're richer than you think you are, but a heap poorer than you miuit to lx. j If you'd let that land iilono for fifty hears there'll lw a tlummnd eord of line timber ou it. You know that, P11I. An' know, eeu if ou dou't, that timber's gettin' scarcer every ear j an' it won't nlw ays sell so dirt cheat) .as it does now. Them thousand jconjs will fetch ye at the Icust reck-oni51 a conl riuht there on tho knob, without our xwuigiu' an axo for it, an' you'io just fixin' to bo 5800 tioorer Jiy what ou'te doin' this fall. Keep to work," says I, "but better work at su'thin else." "Now you loiiky here, Sile Shingles," uas ho. "You're smart nt an' can twist mo all up, .Muy-b- e it's like you sav, an' nunlx' it uiu t. Ihit what if it is! A bird in tho hand's worth two iu the bush, tin' I aiu't pesteriu' my head about my old age, not vet I itin't." "Well, siis I, "some people aro that way, I know. I kuow u fellor what 'ud rather drink whiskey ten minutes now than go to heaven u thousand years by nud by, I tlo Hut you uiu t "that kind. You're a chinch member, Pal, nu' do a heap o' thlukiu' about your future, spiritually considered, which is tho best thing a man can do. But it wouldn't hurt yo much, think, to study 11 little more about your future, temporally cousldcrtd. It'a about tho sumo thing," mih 1, "only ti heap smaller." But Pal is still a cuttln' tlam little small baby trees. t j n' fig-gerio. ours truthfully, Silas Siiinoles.