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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 20, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899122001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 20, 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. r SUBSCRIBE TODAY ClrcatatloD, iOOO. j The Citizen. DtYolcd AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY le a NO. to tbe Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. lev 27. VOL. I. DBRKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, IKO. The Citizen t. Knltrfit at Iht Locals and Personals. Docs education part Kent! thai Farm article on pngo four. S. E. Welch and .1. M. Hart nttuiul el thn InniiKUration of flov.'Tnylor at Frankfort, last week. Nov. Wm. Lodwick preached strain j very acceptably laNt Sunday, in the i Union Church. a. PASCO, M ANA (IK II. l A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made Inwet prlml, rightly msiti-- , alwdtitrly Klhtty nwlr, It ! ol frnnnu. 'Vital.' Itrand In Clullilnir Tallnrr1 on aitrktly Printline lml In rlinn, writ HiniilT rj.lr lvatie the lnlih Ibe vnillUtPil orknmi. IVrfwt nitlnic nnl "Vital, llie very life ntlli jpirmviit, l nrfiilne in maltliiR. repfracnt the n( time mill IlKiimlit, unit In ilrrhltil imlrt In the tailoring ks ii In Clullilnjr. The ruhrlw that we how are the very unlluiry that will lie wen thin wasm, Many roufllinl t irlult'ly to li, In the face of our great ofler l, that we the alaite (art.. The imt eilraimllnary i an ami .In rll our Clothing ut JTK f KIIITOKan.l Publ lhfl at t ht nAli Pott-nffl- Till: CITIZKN, Ilereu, Ky. nl "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us tttm, Ky., o trmml- - dan IDEAS. next fow issues and fet ixxded for; On tho station platform two mrii holidays. Mood waiting (or their trnin. Anotli J. M. Iicugo has sold a building bm1 shovel on his or Hint) with a pick shoulder was p.iHiliifj on !m way tu lot to J. C .Jones, who will begin to work. He wri not more tluiti fifty build at once. read RobinIf you are In doubt or fifly-fivyear old, but his K"'' whs stiff ml Ulxmtd, mid there wan a son's ad, go nud set his stock. Holistoop lu tli II in overall, day presents are not so hard to find. litfiiro. onco brown, won limedileached mid Oeorgo W. Vow of Adams, Mass, Coded. Tim face under tho weather-bontein con has reojieunl tim cap was Htolid and listless. uection with tho Keren printing-ollice- . Ah ho crossed tlm track tho elder Pleas Evans has lought Oeorge of the two men pointed him out to Selkirk's house and lot on the Richj his companion, mond I'ike, and will move to it tLo "That man and I" hit Miid "were first of the rear. school um ten. Ho was not dull at his Miss Edith Fnirchild, who is now Ifooks, and ho ought to have made a ! teaching at Cumberland Gap, is better condition for himself in lifp."i home Friday on u short "Whit's tho inntteruith him! Does Christinas visit. ho drink J" naked the youuyer man. Tho carpenters of Bcren ars very "N'n. NntliitiL' nf Unit kind liim busier than the paiuters. I'er-hindered liiin. When he wnH uhout I , I ll wny S . IS) miiison pawns i r. fifteen years old, he was offered one ", ' " u" ,aWe Mon' Dew I''" '" dollar a day to dig it cellar. This "! large wages to him, ami he nnl" ar" Owing to the bail weather Mrs. left school and took tho job. He' whs proud of his sire and strength, and Mo-e- s did not speak Thursday nig, t this offer fade him feel iudeeiid- - as whs aiiiiouncisl, Imt gave a mag-en- t that he rather looked down on nificotit tniwioiiary address Friday the rest of us Uys. He never went n'ght in the Chael, as well u brief ut morning prayers, back to school. Ho found work to do that repaired no skill or special Rev. and Mrs. M. K. Pasco 1 a few days ago from only muscle uswl under Pine Grove, nt) overseer'H direction, ami kept at it. ' where Rev. Pasco had Imvii holding "I rxmomlMir Judgu HaiuiM. ono of revival meetings for n week. They e tho school committee, met Tom his reort ten conversion! and three is Tom Mahan and said to er additions to the church by letter, him: 'My boy, you're making amis- xla, Jullior Endeavor ami Junior iaKo ami tioiug a iooi.su imng. n Stmdar school irivo a foint Christ- you must woik, why don't you learn mas entertainment Saturday. Owing n trade!' to limited room and facilities, no one "'I'd have to give my time for three cau Iks invited except the children imWhat mediately concerned. or four years for nothing. would Iki tho use of that T I am as Tattin irntiulti It ri a fuel LumniA man, and 1 m getting ittrong ns , , (h . . . TQ p . . aitt lorn, mnti N vnL-(- s now i ... Al Strong! said the judge. "Aw Man, we , UWhond jou as Mrong oh ono oi mj t rm nd T 4UI aav' V1I ttlVII M IU llllUUin. J Thoj work for tliWr keep, hut iwkntilit nf Ilia i.litf trill ir.in ii'ilti Tur to pay the nian that drives them S ClTIJ!B( in extcmlig m.gratulations month besides Ins k,H,p; and the nnt,,,eart vtsl, wWiei( man who shoes thorn gets $. n day. If strength counts for so much I .. . .. '"c Lltcrar Societies, wonder tho horses tlon't strike audi look for a job laying brick or cnr-- l put delta. pontering.' At tho quarterly meeting of Phi "If Iwys would only keep tho im- - Delta, last Friday night, tho follow-portafact in mind that muscle (fog ollicers werw electwl for the inerelKHlily strength is alwny ono w inter term: President, II. C. Tin- of tho cheapest things in the labor sley; John C. Chapin; market, and that, so far us price is Corresponding Sec'y., M. L. Spink; concerned, it matters littlo whether a Treasurer, W. P. Cliapman; Recordman furnishes it or n horse, theru ing Sec'y., J. C. Sutton; Sergont ut would ln fewer men classed us un- Arms, R. II. Fmbrco; Momlwr of skilled labor.' " Literary Hoard, J. M. Racer. ii hook-bindery MiincIo In a Cheap Article. '....!. f.. II. OLOTHIN"G-" ilisl li clolli Clothing r r 1 jimi Willi the Aim-rlia- . , nfrt They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO :07 Wtst Miln St RICHMOND, KY lealnivi-omliliiln- w . LESS MONEY pronle iint-lil- t 9 The Berea Monumental If 'ten Co. it that tea . ? 5 Thaiielewhere. How ran we afTont to wll mrh hlglinrale ClothliiK lor le. mnncy lore, tiut rut teil IhaiirlKnhen Our anawer Is pure ami linple; Oura I. a plan., our rloihliur l Mihl on the rmallcrt marjjlti t,t pmrll, (trlctly mi ilfprmtlnit on a law rolume or hiialneaa, The nmre Clolhlni; we wll. the nreater l our purrhln power the lower our prln-t- , thafa the lory In a you icant. The remit of good tenrk and reasonable price now have cutlomer in all parts of the State COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND A Anything in the monumental line Let ut know and tee will tend you design ( and prices L - - KENTUCKY Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Letter from Silc. j Marble and Granite Monuments ... Material and work first-clas- s. uf it. At prices Jo suit the times. return-knowledg- e, oth-nam- 1 ,, . I I j Vice-pros- Interest centers in tho war iu Alpha Zeta Society held nu eu South Africa, where England is try thusiastlc meeting last Friday night, ing to teach the two small republics wheii the election of tho following of Dutch fanners that they would bo ollicura for tho winter term took place: bettor off if thoy wcro annexed to President, Perry F. Shrock; Vice-GreBritain. The English are hav- - j pres., V. II. Ueattyj Recording Seo'y. ing a harder caniKiign than they ex-- 1 U. F. Mnltbyj Asst. Rec. Sec'y., Their fighting has thus far Marion II. Frederick; IHJctetl. Treasurer, been all on tho defensive, nud they Frank Fwere; Cornsi)ondiug Seo'y., hnvo sustained two hcrious defeats Harold Johnston; Sergt., nt Arms, within n week or ten days. Ralph Fields; Critic, W. 11. Huuv phrey; Hoard of Directors, J. E, Our Country. Dean Walker, A. E. Sullem. Tho ports iu the Philippines will Ewers, now bo opened to commerce as fast as Gen. Otis can send gnrriKOiis to) j The Wide World. ALN1A ZLTA. het.v kaita. Dkab Citizen: I don't know what; to do, I declare for it. It's nu awful thing, now, not to bo proud o' tlm state you're bnn in. An' 1 urn proud o' Kentucky for giviu' ;is Henry Clay an' Lincoln an' Feo an' Cshsius Clay, an' for leiu' a southern state an' still stickin' to the old Union. Hut if this lynching business keeps up much longer, I don't know what I will think: Alwut ten of us were talkiu' iibout it after tho big meetin' Sunday, on' wo was all with one exception just the deadest kind ngm it. I never fiiw John Hariisou so roustwl up alxmt anything. Ho said he wished wo could just take that old town whero thoy went an' burned tho nig ger au' just cut it clenn off of Kentuc ky, sos to throw it in tho Ohio river or some placo worse. An' there didn't many of lis say no to it, neither, for we was all plumb mad, nu' forgot that there was innocent folks there ns well as guilty. . But Doc Hardy kindertalked "Hold on, men," says he, "Just think what that ar uigger had done. 1 reckon he was the blackest heartedest rascal that ever grow on Kentucky soil. Hit had been your home, John, that ho broke up. you'd a wanted him treated rough now, an' no mintako." "That's all right," says John. "I would n wanted him tried an' hung nccordm' to law, an' that's whnt would havo happened to him sure enough if that mob had left him alone. Hut as for burnin' him, why if he was the devil himself, it wouldn't Iki mi business to burn him! Thoso who read their Biblo awful liternl an' don't allow for no figures of speech, think that God is goin' to burn at tho last day thoso that Ho knows needs it an' can't lie mado to quit their meanness no other wny. Hut if Ho does, He'll wait till Ho's most everlastingly sure that He has caught tho right ones, an' t hat they are reiimntible iu tho fullest an' last an' utmost sense for what tliey'vo doue! Ho won't hold brute lieasts nor crazy men responsible, nn' Bomo men what don't have tho name of liein' crazy, but whoso parents havn taught em to do brutish things, won't bo held quite so responsible us wo good folks imagine. It ain't our business to pass everlasting judgement on no nin." "Well," says Doc, "that sounds pur- ty, but wo vo got to puuish these nas- tv iiunterors nu assaulters migitiy There rough, just iu self defense 'tolh-erway- JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. In every Family inn mnAk.uiu urn j(jurcrtLr. ireiKOt uepot an j u m mvw "".. ii.'jrrwj.ftiW TUP m rtrraroiou, n.u fCC 4rkiaiiiaf m tt ivt t hDUlUT CiKtiilS tm ilrtu X.VLu'.ir,'r Special Ot!tr Price $15.50 IW ltnnunlthefrttsrht will jfi ijt furvi, .rhlii ttflGIVE IT aw iul reach wit!tulle. y.ur4U THRUnj MONTHS T8IAln rvtorn ar not fttiro'ia ' Te nj ' J, hiM MltTrl ti tr4it IWaUf lalMklat f4.IO, 111 00, (li.coa4iiH all rjllr 10.1' oar Ip , tutllJ.to forthls uiur DLbft CAS1ILT BIRDICa It irtU.C i ftTc firr ucrvj pyiar nenie. hJ IE WA TIE OF HV.ITATIONSname, with SnJr! arrucnti.offcnntr tariMi la tttkit undr various T i Berea, Ky. v fu: i his Silverware becomes worn out and mustj be replaced by newj Just read on and we' will tell you what, kind to buy. "Silver Plate that Wears." dtilJ e;n-K.c- tir t. 9,imuttA laa'klrCaaJWraairr:ULlu4tkttrt. CimrtLJI wtV ritRT crtou pdutof ittet uick uitiiiai win, with t:ik 1 MiHii ur aoxc. HaJe by the mrl atiLfM la Anfrira. kfM lh beat Material aoMr SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK Wm 3 PFf.ftTt UM mil TO a., f an-- h clocJ(beaddrvppiii2ln.m ai a etatrr laaM, iu4 r4nk1be otheropenwlth full lenTth tal le ana brad In pUreror Trine. 4 tmtj irmtrt, latMt IS3 akrlrlM tnm: canrcd. nanalad. em- boat-uul decorattd ratine t nolrh, flne.il nlcLel drawer pall, mil on four Ulfa ana raiteri, adjuttal le trestle. re&klnaSmytfa Iron lUnd. I1mI h4, poeltlT four motion f J. telf threadlna: Tlbratlnir ibattle, automatla bobbin winder. adJotUble beirlon. patent tension Uberator.lmprovedlooM wbecl. ad Jo table pesture foot. Improved shuttl carrier, patent needle bar. patent dre M cnanl. w 4 l ka.vtelr 4rertt4 erarel4 tmt WtftUrall kkHlriaua. GUARANTEED tkellefelrUraaahe. Mi4in.Ku. mttrv ) I U firaitk4 and pur Free Z V iiMktae mm, trry In- - ait tructloa Book telle Jmt howanrnneranmn Hand do either plain or any kind of fancy work. A toYn'. Bitflag tiaarBie if aent with every macblna. kla. eompara II wlU IT COSTS YOU NOTHING u "J then tf eonrlnced that on are lavlnr ttbM to Ke.OO. DaT Tour fralvht airent the all A. HO. TOik tu.iu f et any time within thremonthe you ear yoa are not aatlafled. OIAU I psK" I 13 CABlT.'-rn.wfc ibuw tnaclUn lrf dress. I'ieara, itnenucv SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO, (Inc.') Chicago, III. AUhin innrvwirniv reuaDiariiwr. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. OGG, Pohtos. lob Printing Proprietor. Nothing But The Dirt Cheap We are prepared to do all kind of Job prinf'ng nt very cheap rates Here are a few sample prices: . $1 25 500 White envelopes . 1 00 500 Ruled Note Heads . 500 Ruled Letter-head- s 25 . 13 lines 500 50 1 50 500 Regular Statements . . 1 00 500 6x9 Hand bills . 1 1 Dill-head- Best Finish at tbe Lowest Prices. We All Use Them Perhaps youn have seen their but dive and vmi Iiav afcm.1 marV o vour minJ In ' BURTON, The Photographer, UKALKIS IN" s AMATKUK SUl'l'LIKS purchiMntw. Youareiure -- Rogtri" a Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices what youwant,andiI you aslc for nd re I'iewa about Jlerea a specialty. cttve "liogcr gooa- s- ti wui DcaungDk Don't te deed ved. The name "Roger" nowadays means nothing. "1847 Rogers Bros." crand (note "1847") of Knives, Forks, Spoons, eto, b the original and genuine. This same brand was used by our grandparents and Is the only " Rogers" silverware which has been In use since the year 1847. Fictitious brands ol "Rogers" spoons, etc, were unknown until many years later. Be sure the prefix "1847" Is stamped on every article and you will get the old Rogers quality. We can show you some very beautiful designs in this reliable brand. Style and finish are equal to sterling silver, at ono. the cost, fourth to " 500 500 Business Cards . 9x12" 35 . 1 . 1 II V GO TO & onlmor M crab (lira, arm the matt hand biUi or bmlam canlt, for in admiur, emit film. Ordtrt mutt be jtaid n'rilt Ike Copy VER Yjiainly. will iirrpay Iht ft-l- on any one of the abort 50 25 HANSON PASCO'S Mail orders carefully attended to. LIVERY. LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Ollice at Residence. You STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. Want GOOD GLASSES Berea, KZy. KJ E. B. McCOY, Dentist, "Of course," Bays John. "I ain't a lk'tn Kuppa Society met in room t be punmem. last i' ntlay nigiil una outertniueil a! sayin' that tho guilty shan't Thoy shall, Gen. Ilrooko has been rwallwl from hirgo uiiinbcr of visitors with a phon ished, strict and severe.when a mobo' if I'm tho judge. Hut Culm, uml Cioii Wotxl, formerly colo ogrniliiu nnd Hteroopticon exhibition. respectable citizens can tiel or tlm "roiih rulers," Is tiiailo After the outertuiumeiit the society lirt-athe law. thov re settiu a lino for tho rns- oxamplo o' military Kovurnor in his plucu. met iu business beasioii uml the cuts to loliow. i nero now, your own The (liHputwl boiiiuliiry In'twoon ollicera wore elected for tho solfl And as for this heathenish AIuhUu uml Hritiah Columbia will bu term: Pres.. L. V. lloatty; Vieo-pa'sburnin', you know, if you road history, temporarily settled by a joint bonnlof Harold Clark; Itec. Seo'y., P. M. nillCII you Ullglll lo iituuuuu i; iiiuv commisiiioiierH now appointed. Judson; Cor. Seo'y., V. M. Mason; such awful severity dou't stop tho Tho Itepublicun nutionul eonven-tlo- n TreiiH., II. L. Short; Sergt. ut Arms, cominittin' of crime. It nover did, an' it never will. There s moro murders o will occur nt L'hiludelphiu, T. T. Shninons; Member of Literary an'ussaiiUs now than there used to be, 111. Hoard, J. L. Laino. two to one, an' theso lynching uin't toimiu' 'em Thov'ro mat makin' it UTILE UULCE. Grand Army Po4 bus elected worse, I think. Thoy make those Tho Utile Dulce Society, orga- what ore half way inclined to do the for tho coming your us follows: Commander, L. C. Duncan; Senior nized by the young ladies last torm, doviltry feel more on a level, liko, with thoso they're thiukiu' o'doin' it to. Vico Commander, Silas Williums; elected tho following otlicorti for tho sort of rovengo feel-iuterm: winter President, Grace An' it stirs up a'em crazier than ever." Junior Vico Commander, L. 0, Gub an' makes burd;QuartonuaHtor, J..D. Lueun;Ad. Stokes; Vicoproa., Laura M. Burdctto; And I woll, forouco iu mv life I jutuut,(by apioiiitmuut,) L. V. Dodge; Secretary, Hose E. Millor; Treasurer, didn't suy nothin'. I was just too un John was Ollieor of tho Day, Jumoa M. Gubbort; Clara Doggett; Murslml, Elizabeth riled up to talk straight, let him do it a doiu' it bo well, I just Chapluiu, II. E. Baugh; Surgeon Hor-uc- o Marsh. all. u Tho Ladies' Literary Society has Yates; Ollieor of tho Guard, Yours truthfully, I not yet organized. Silas Shingles. Wiuklo. d ., bogin-niiib'Junolli-coHuh-hilVa- now I Now what can you find more suitable for a Berea, Kentucky. A. P. SETTLE, . Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. OMroon MtlnStrvct, In Maonlc UUtf. up.lnln. ' YOU WAXT THEM AT ALL (JIt.v that tv not pruimrly fulJiitUil to your e)r nrv iti'tuMly lUiicvroii. I know It, and you oiikIiI to know It. to tuit will not until know what UnevUeU. Klawi to jour 1 atk-mn- t 1 Kjt'ti'xamlned Irtiv 1 Christmas Present than the Rogers Silver- Nice line of A'orelties in JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. ware . H. C. JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Office In Prather Building, Richmond, Telephone 103 & 109 We are always glad to show you our goods. Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure eat. what rocon-Btructl- nu T. A. ROBIHSON JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. BEREA, - KENTUCKY. D EX TAL HUJIQERY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. you Digests Smith Jlulldiiig, Main Street, It artificially digests tho food and aid Nature In strengthening and liichmond, Ky. tho exhausted digestive orTclriiliuu, lU.UWlicr, Nofl'i, Oflice.No 00. gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It In ctllclcncy. It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Slcklieadache1Gastralgia,Crainpa,ana allothcrrcsultsofD ImporfectdlgcstloB. Oiffce Hours, Stole A.M., Prtpartd by E. C. Witt A Co.. CbJcaa I to 3 P. .If, Natioual Bauk Building S. U. WHLCII. .Ut. Richmond, Ky. J. C. MORGAN, Dental Surgery, Hurra knows, lie Is rune upon 71 rharmint smile. Standing before her. lock dred courses open to youj there sr AO and grows younger every day. lie is ing at her Isiy.o limpid e)es, At the small other men with whom yoa might litre Th whit dove droits In the sun. as strong ns lie was thirty )e"rair, And led Ikmv of the lips, and the clear-cu- t Tea crossed swonls with no danger cicept to The grapes II purpling on the will, there arc lew mm who can a.t a horei turcs set in a mass of red gold hair, 1 conn! lonrself, and )ou must needs Insult Cesaie, T. O. PASCO, Editor and Manager. A bin mill upon th hills. an I as he run, etcn now," not imagine that the stories I had heard and get embroiled with a And God's peace broodelhoternll. KRNTUCKT IIF.REA, risk our plans. Where is tour pritdencet "That is true," I remarked, mid gave the were true. It could not be that this fa Far out upon the cool, brown tanda story of my meeting with the llorgia on 1011112 woman who stood More ine hat Hut the wine is pouted out now You must The sea creeps tn- -a llrrd Ihln- Rsmilingly committed Crimea of nameless hor drink." the day of my arrival in Home. TrnillnK. In long, slow, almirs sweep. I mean His color kept coming and going, Shortly after this our dinner, where ror. I would not believe It. CURRENT TOPICS. Its while foam like a wounded wine, "So e avaliere, you have come to the court to light it out. I shall step out In ten minspeech Ind been so free, broke up, nnd, (lading out the hour at which the cardinal at Is.t' I thought you were never going utes, and await hint. See! they are all I walch the distant sallt grow dim k (CO mllcii) Icollry A A Idly drifts my boat from shore. would require my attendance, I look my to lie. ut that honor. gathering round the tables. What with Is nnnotinccd. , And sight "O heart, the world Ik ours, "His eminence of Strigonia said you meant the wine and the dice, no one will take bred hook on fnhonry, and repaired to the we more?" V'lth life and love what need and hi intending to pass the afternoon in its to take the vows," and a lady, who was who goes or w ho comes llnlTnlo ushers struck for SO cent Florence A. Jones, In Midland Monthly. walk, and leaning oter l.iirrrria't seat, laughed at she held out his hand to me. perusal. I made for the n performance. I recognized going alone. are not put in these words. the found a rotnpanion in llrnn, who was wan"Nonsense, inait-y- ou A necille fnctory In the enst rnrtkca unmusical laugh I had heard at the You will want a second." dering there in a d:consohle manner, evi70,000,000 needles every week. )ou," he leplied, "anyone hut dently missing his master, I sat in) self gate of Jit. ran I, and glanced at her witli "lint not jou, down on a sheltered seat, llrnn stretching some interest. On ery dnrk nights n white you. You hava wotk to do-- not , Oiutia I'arnese (liulU "My out his length at mj feet, his inutile restHis voice had almost a choke in it on ii he Been farther than any oi'icr ing between his paws, and so we remained llclla, is it not?" and l.uerezia touched her as he spoke. color. hi quiet, the dog absolutely motionless, and lightly on the arm. "Come," I said, "put an end to this, or Owlnp to the dry, cold ntiiinsphere 1 engaged in my book. "Oh, )es, (I silica llella and are you real you will be run through the ribs. I am gono infectious tllsensc Is known In In this manner I passed my time until my ly going to become a hermit; ing with you." Greenland. lackey called me, in order to I.e ready to "I might have had such thoughts tint He gave in with a feminine gesture nl accompany the cardinal to the Vatican, I came here," I said, "hut I must now put agreement. appropriThe war department has After dressing. I descended the stairs and, them aside. "The Irtislness will not tak long" ated $25,000 for n Cuban exhibit at "Neatly turnfd, cnvaliere St. Armande mounting Castor, placed myself at the head "It will take long enough, signore, if you the Paris exposition. of my men, and joined De ll.iconnct at the himself ciilil not have put it better si go as you are going," and Corte stood beIs estimated that nboiit tfKVX) CoryrlcM. 195. ry D. Arrltton & Co. here, ehcvnher," and l.ueiezia made room side us. "Signore," he added, "I hate overgrand entrance of the nlarc. The captain It All rights reseneJ. Da not gc ol the cardinal's guard had his lull force for St. Armande on her loumtc. acres of land in the United States heard every wonl of the eccn At this moment a roimiiotion at the en us you value your lives. If jou do go, gc of .10 swords out, it bcirg a reception arc planted with vines. CIlAITKIt XVII. night of so.nc Importance, and with grrst t rnr.ee attruelcd our attention, and n man with a ttrong party." The Heiintc will have two new comcourtesy allowed me to place .Incopo and rolxil in black, follow esl by two others, TI1K VATICAN. "Diavolo!" I exclaimed, "an affair ol mittees, one on Cuba and the other the dagger then!" Tlie.neit morning I sought an interview my six men in front of his troop, drawing walked up towards the poe. nn the new possessions. "Heavens!" said l.uerezia, "it Is Ccsare!" with DWmboise aim stated to him what his own horse nlongside of mine, and disSt. AiiiKinde looked from one to another The first national bank In the Unit- had occurtc-d- proposing that I should Irate cussing, with much running, of falconry. In nnd u lock that was not sisterly came over of us in surprise. "This is a friend, cheva which he was more than nn adept. her face as she glanced at her brother, who her," I said, "who has elone us good served States was Incorporated by con- Home at rnee, and ntvait his instructions Wc had to wait some little time for the moved slowly up the room, men falling ice," and, turning to Corte, "hut we must at any hiiM lie should tix. To my surprise, gress December 31, 17S3. away from each side nl him, and greeting meet the man how on earth are we to dc lie did no! uyard the matter in so serious cardinal, but at length he came, accomThe assessed valuation of property a light, oyuiji that a small line would no panied ns iimal by lkiynrd, mid with him no one. He kept himself covered, and be so in any force?" In doubt' settle the m.itter. "My dear cava. nil the gentlemen of his suite, including low his square teltrt cap I saw a resolute In Illinois this year Is "IxKik uroiind )uu," he made answer, On reaching the foot of the face, tho mouth and chin covered tir Here," he said, "our lord docs not desire St. Arnmnde. excess of that of last year. 'like master, like man stroll out. You mustache and short D'Amlioise inquired somewhat sharppurse. stairs, n sinner, The first plass factory In the United the death olmind easy, but only hi tighter ly for me; but changed his tone to one of however, but that one couid not so hidden hare some swords at )otir buck. atTake them distinctly see with ton; but better not go all. Ah! Make )our" but keep a Ltntes of which wc have definite hand on jour men." pleasant greeting when he saw I was in against the dark hair on his face the full I sec-- my new master, the Cainulengo, look In 17S0. knowledge was built red line of the lips, set in habitual sneer, ing Inwards me I "I shall assuredly do so, your eminence." waiting. wise and do not go," The latest English Item concerning "St. Dennis!" he exclaimed, "I thought il as the whole hrood of the llorgia were nnd Corte united oil tn where the Cardinal "Another thing. I think you will have this uas the worst of them all. lie was as Ascanio Sfnre was seated, surrounded hy Oom I'nul says he is a Manxman born to put aside jour shyness, and attend me you were not coming after all." We had hut a few yurda to ride, and our far livt oud them in infamy as they were a little jroup of courtiers and priests. to the ratirnn for the next few days. It and that his renl name Is Creer. along the ia Alessandrinn to the rest of mankind in evil doing poiiage is extraordinary how "Who is that man!" asked St. Armande. It Is believed that n diet of corn here is. I hey Keep suspicious the court I'ortone llronse took but n lew minutes The verythe loom was hushed into silence a ronstant watch on "I met him under circumstances too long bread makes bigger men physically me, and on all the suite, and your seclu- As we rode up there, wc kept the obclisk he entered, and I watched with more in to tell jnu here," I said; "some oilier day thnn men made from wheat Hour. sion, and solitary rides out, have been the in the center of the 1'iazra ill S. 1'ietro to t crest than I can tell the stately hgure of you may hear all about him. We will, howIn China nn inferior upon horse- subject of icmark. 1 he ladies too are taking our left, and saw before us the walls of the this wicked man as ho went up to meet Ins ever, take his ad t ice. and meet Don MieheI'eter, then about only less wicked father. It was their lirst lotto with an extm sword or so at our cathedral soback meeting n superior dismounts interest in you. In fact, have been Ma- new or five feet of St. the high, four ruins of the old meeting time the murder of Pierrot, am backs." So sujiiig I took h s ami, and we cially ttsked to bring you with me, by and waits till the other has passed. church still standing around it. At the Alexander, who stood in dread ol his son strolled through the apirtairnts, when donna l.uerezia, all owin to a foolish reA sent on the New York stock ex- mark made by Strigonia." ns he up cverjone apiHsinsI to be giving full tunc I speak of, nothing had ben done began to tirinUlc violently for alwut 50 years towards advancing the plcuiched, looking this way and that, as if to h.s fancy. In fnrt, the beginning of in change vtns the other day sold for "1 am at your eminence's orders." $10,000, the highest price ever paid. "It is a little risk, hut I do not want them work, tievuri by Nicholas V., and the great he would avoid him. At last they nunc to nrgio had set 111. Alexander, apparently and put to think that In Newfoundland an Iron mine has mctii'.-c- r of you are unything but .1 mere design, afterwards altered liovcrc, when h gether face to face, (.csarcnstreaking nn woril covered from the shock of meeting with his by (iiullano drlht with low bow, Alex son, was ut the gaming t.ihlr, plating but luting his my suite. If there were the just been discovered containing pope as Julius ll was then in a nnler aim' st made a motion ns If he was heavily, with (iiuh.i llella at his side. Hay slighted suspicion, all my plans would he became tons of rich ore under twe upset, an. the time is at hand now, a day skeleton fenn. looking more like the re- wi'lig'ng Ins hands; but recovered himself ard and Uonsalvo ele Cordova were engaged feet of soil. with an ctfort, and ktwd his son on the in earnest converse with each other, and mains of sonic sarrcd shrine than the or two at th- - outside." of u new work, the cars of check. am eating my heart out Strigwnia and D'AimImiisc were crocking a "Thank Cod' In Abyslnia the coffee plant grows neglect having the effect of making the new "So do the devils kiss " l.uerezia spole tl.uk of wine. I. heard D'Kste say as we wild In great profusion, and derives hero." as ru.notn end It to )our eraineni-its name from Knffa, n district of U "Courage, earnlicrr! rightwill sayingsoon. work almostConstant me. as the old church these words uudcr her br ath, and I turned tassel hun: "It I is adieu sheep fat nough in the way. is ltayara ant a )on founded by after to night. that country. I hate mentioned, there AJthmuli, ns have enlisted St. Artnjndc my for the shambles, and must look Kngllsh girl tried to A were to he great doings at the Vatican that "Yes, your eminence." throat and inv llrcce." in drown herself in n Wimbledon pond Strigonia," D'Am-toi"Cicl! I should not have ti;"ii;ht he evening, there was no crowd "You would be wise, because; her mother insisted on her fiould have been one for our purpv-- -. liut the I'uu-- .t of St. I'ctcr. It was full of made answer; "if the shield of . that is our affair," and be bcgu2 to soldiers, hut the people of Home, who Frame did not sorer me. I would not bo wearing corsets. ,, I ' a. might have been expected to U there in Uugh. here another hour, tint it it an ill thing A new sign has been added to the "I have seven good swords licbind int.. number, to see the procession of nohk-to lese a exnnrade such tou. German railway time table a picture your eminence. The chevalier mayor may ind tiieir follower, were conspicuous by "To belter times," and the prelate who of n bicycle indicating which express not do well; but I could hardly refuse his tli.'ir absence. there were could onlr rat drained his glass to the pre , jostling crowd of the commons, in request." trains carry the wheels. late who could both vat ami think. lor a i.Tcr was on Home, and men kept as made no answer, ami cur inTO HE COXTINl'EU The shoe manufacturing Industry terview eamc to a close. I would, however, far ns iH.'Mble from the l!ogo. The piair.i seems to be moving westward. Kan brilliantly lit up. "il the add here that nothing ever enmc of the was, howo-sas City Is to have a factory that will burning of the inn. No complaint was ever bodyguards ct the various notables weie WAKING A BOY. turn ont 2,000 pairs per day. laid, ns far as I could hnd out, and the mat- strictly eontinvl to the places assigned to When Msinuis Cnlls There Is sjo Itr. The president is said to be In favor ter might have been an everyday occur- them, order lieics maintained by about a spiinse. Mill When I'sps Culls of revivng the grade of vice admiral rence, so little attention did it excite. I thousand men of l.V-- Spanish guards of the of and conferring the rank upon both of course did not know that affairs bad Kpc, under the imtcediate command was De ll's IIIITrrrnl. reThe light fro-the lamps readied to such n pitch of disorder in Home, Ilr. Aelms. .Sampson and Schley. flected b&ck by the ghMrring arms of the and lived in hourly expectation, notwithDid jou ever tTy to wnkc a boy In A company of capitalists, headed standing the cardinal's speech, of having men, aud the various ensigns of the great the morning? by Thomas A, Kdison, has purchased considerable worry over the revengeful real bouses were distinctly vi:ble. The single A certain vtoinnn of my iicminlntattce land at Stcwartsvllle, X. J., and will of ,)aeoo. I took care that no sueh thing column of Colonna ruse mV by side with is sure that she has the denrrst, sweet the eagle and griffin of Hoi;hese, the six was likely to occur again, and Master cement plant build a million-dolla- r penitent, swearing lie would never lilies of Farnesc trembled in tec wind, near est and finest lad In existence, and yet Under the new supplement to the girt vras further cause for annoyance. At Collcom's lion, nn-- a little in rnc I hite seen her ttcrp nnd wall, nr.d alworklngmnti's insurance act In Ger- the levee, that morning, St. Armande was, the lackgrounc! nns drawn upu you hats com si Issu" ' So rsvBlltr. most gnash her teeth, because that many, the increase paid to workmen's a usual, lcside mc, and I whispered to hir.1 ing body of cavalry, over bom ll.ittcred the line funds at the Krupp gun works alone to hold himself in readiness, as the time standard of the llorgia; these were Cesare's sharply round nnd looked at her. Her eyes same clear, sweet and up In lad would the mornown Iambs, ai he called them, veterans of fell beneath my glance of inquiry, and tn not. or could not. ttake for our business was at hand. will be $20,000 n year. ing. It Is ns good ns a play to a t "I am glad of Congressman De Armond, of Mis face lighting up. that," he answered, his many a entrance field. we h.Vteil, and raise some conversation I addressed (Jiulia onlooker, tn nltucat the mo At tha stejis Itclla. souri, has a peculiar way of taking were net by two chamberlains, n ho. with to the Vat"So that is the duke of Valentinois'" "I attend the cardinal ilus operandi with vthlclt she usually exercise. lie snws wood and says that ican," I said, by way of continuing the con- their stalls of office in their hands, ushctcd "Yes-a- nd the man immediately behind brings the younij man to a lealUing his bent speeches hhvc been though versation. us to the bronze rates, by which we were him is Don Miehelotto. sense of his surroundings. to enter the, Vatican. We iwssed through out while employed in this way. be much going on this "There will "The strangler." Just us the dawn It lieglniitiig to rub blare of trumpet, rnch side of he made reply. "The Florentine en amidst "You use strong terms, sir," the eyes of Thousands of persons In Germany voy has been here for the past two days, the passage being lined with fnlcncn, the I arncso Hashed lire, nnd l.ucrcz a add Jlo sleepy eye and take a prep abote live literally "on straw," making it the coterlrt of the eastern sky. she hurriedly: is in standing stiff and motionless ns utatucs, the nOair the Vatican up into blankets, panniers, boxes, and honor. Doatjou know that you have Our wiy led to the Torre llorgia, the por- cd. his "Yes, je-)- ou ar! right the slraiclcr," begins In this veay: f knlcknncks, hats, bonnets, etc. Pro excited great curiosity 10 the hearts of the tion of the Vatican occupied by Alexander, light; are "Darling. It Is "Hush, fool!" and Oiulia Helta la'd her fessionnl schools have even been court ladies: and the distant strains of music caught our hand on her friend's shoulder. "See, they 3011 nuahe?" is not my way." ears as we went on, rnd shortly entered come this way be coolr "Indeed ! It founded where the trade is taught in Ao response. In f.ut. Crsarc had turned from ris fa "Is it not! Well, l.uerezia expressed a the nonlo reception rooms, which weie all Its mrities. "Dearest, come, it is morning; time crowded with icople. particular desire to see you. thrr without either of them rxchalgin Before purchasing a thermometer The pope himself stood at the extreme a wonl, nnd uas coming directly tot'ardi to get up." "I trust it may not lead to the Tiber, "My dear, it Is morning, aud you the instrument should be tested by chevalier. I he attentions of the Lady end of the apartment, surrounded by a bril us. On the wny he passed a group colsist inverting it and allowing the uier bant group of ladies and gentlemen, and inn of D'Ambnise, Hayard and the cat Jinal mutt get up." are a trifle uangcrous." A smothered groan under the bed as wc came up to make our duty I had good of Strigonia. Valentinoia stopped, nnd, in Ilia face became very grave. cury to fall to the end in a solid stick. observing him. If it separates into smalt columns the "He civil to her, nothing more," he whis- opportunity 70ofyears of age, butAlexander his reech1c-s- way, held out his hard to clothes. so hale, lkiynrd, who merely liowcd stifily. C'crtrc's "You are quite right. Oh, how I was fully pered. "There, now. you are awnke; come, tube contains air and will not reg hearty and bate that place!" and he shivered a Httlc. that he might dctk face whitened with rage, and drop mammn's darling, open your rjes-nnister accurately. easily nave paucd for n man of middle nge "Well, we will soon be out of it." ping his hand tn hit side he walked straight jump right up." The fastest cruiRer in the world hns lle was ilrcsxcil as a private gentleman, "Plcise God!" nn, and I could sec that D AiuIhiisc was Silence. recently been completed for China Tbeie was no odd at the high table at Spanish costume, witli high boots, a jew ripostuliting with Hayard, and Strigonia A few moments of patient waiting, elcsl dagger at his side and a smart velvet openly laughing. 1 his insult, howcter. had The new cruiser is to be known as the d'nner that day, both the cardinal and Hay "Ilastus, did you hear mc?" Hal Tien, of 1,400 tons, and, under ard having goue to dine with Sforza at the cnnonhishcad. Hut the face itself struck me net added to Cesare's good tcinwr; in fact, clean man an informal Silence continues. natural draught, will have a speed of Sforza Ccsurini, quite accompanied business, at remarkable tn a degree. He wasclearly he enmc up to us angry ns a coldly,rould be. shaven. 00 that all the features were them. none of the suite turned and after greeting his sister A smothered "Oh, dear!" and then 1:3.6 knots per hour. At this rate she and discernible, the heavy, sensual chin, the to St. Armande and looked at hint in 1 lie conversation at our table turne-- l a very determined voire explalins: rould cross the Atlantic in about four math on e flairs, and, as there were (or once wide, cruel mouth, surmounted by nose "Hastus Hones. If jou nre not out days. almost Jcwi.li in its curve, the ictietitiug "It is usual, signore," said Don Miehelot- side of that bed in ttto minutes, jou'll nb guests, speech was very free. s will cover our tougues," forehead bulging over the eyes, and the to tn the chevalier, "to stand in the pres"The Samuel 1). llastlngs, who has re Jirnr something drop." to ence of a prince." we may let them eyes thcmseltes, in which Ihero signed as trearurer of the prohibl said 1.0 Gere, "and Die seconds tick their steady round burn the tires of irisatMbleappctiteaml pas"I was not aware that you were a prince, tion national committee, has held the sion without end; all these combined to- sir," icphe-St. Armande, entirely ignoring until 110 hate passed down the tallry "Then how long is this trace to last? otlicc for n dozen years. lie Is 3H of yesterdays, und then Just as some a.iied De llriconnct, the captain of the gether tn make up a countenance which was the llorgia. years .of age and has been a resident cardinal's guard. "I am sick of this idle- a fitting mask for the evil soul within. 1 1 ou enn give this young gentleman n thing very like a ponderous fist Is ready made my obeisance with nil the others, lesson of Wisconsin for half a century. He ness her," he added. manners at your leisure," said to "drop," a lithe youngster springs to served for three, terms as treasurer of "As lor that, no man knows whether it is stifling with dillii ulty I n sudden desire to Crsnrc. "Hy your leave, sir," and giving the lloor, catches the upllftc-ihand fling aside the hand touched and walk- his hand to his sister, who took it passively, "Tremouille the state. DMce or war." replied and smothers Its owner In kltsrs, and he led bet to another apartment, followed is chafing at I'assignano, swearing that th? out of the room. IhI said to be the cleanest Paris 1 moved slightly for another morning "the" boy Is aside, and watched tho br t.iuii.i Delia, who tappedagood-hyonSl- . came was ours if we had only let him march city In the world. Every morning 2,' ou alter Kossombrone. and be was right. various groups us they wandered to and Arniaude'K arm with her closed fan. awake. Detroit Journal. 000 male and COO female scavengers, .Sow Lesare lus stamped out the Magione fro, or stood together conversing; and the Our giotip now consisted of Miehelotto 1'rrlodlenl tittiiilillly. divided into 149 brigades turn out to league, and the llorgia are as strong as liuru of voices, the gay strain of music and and Mil standing, anil St. Armande still the brilliant dresses inudc up together a silling comfortably in the lounge, evidente er." Some of the greatest and wisest of perform the toilet of the capital. looking at. ly examining the contour of his small and men have had Uptes lata stupidity sc. How came such a man as llodengo llor- - scene well woilh the The average cost of a British sol 'I he Florentine ambassador was talking shapely font. As for me. although I knew marked that they ore almost Incredible dlcr is $320 a year. Tho Swiss soldier gla eer to he made pope;" I asked. to the cardinal of Santa Susannu, a few St, Armande to lie giossly in the wrong, I Cle-rlaughed us he passed on tho I.e It Is actual fuel that Sir Isaac New-to- u costs only SCO a year. feet from me. I caught the tones ol bis was delighted with the sudden spirit lie Urvirto. caused ttto holes to b cut In the The single working girls of Iloston "When our lord, the sainted Innocent, voice, and ns he turned round our eyes met. hud shown. The youngster hud heart, after are organizing against thu mnrried was culled away, there wei three avotilcs .Muchiutclli, for it was he, glanced at me nil, and Ihero was the making of a man doorof hl library; one large, the oihrr small. Hclng asked their use after as at a perfect stranger, niul then, slightly in him, women who work in restaurants and in the conclave. One was liiuliano i purple-linerobe, .Miehelotto behaved with great compocompletion by the carpenter, he jig stores for pin money, Tho girls lloveie. the other Ascanio b'forza, and the adjusting Inswith his companion,moved slowly onwards sure. ol His tnai the large noir was for his faiorlte think that women who have husbands Ihiid Koderigo llorgia.man, eminenceelec"Wo mount yet higher, signore exce"I trust, signore I do not know your cat and thesinall one for her kitten. The was our to support them ought to stay at St. Sabine'shave been certain and the llor lsior!" name that )ou will give me the chance of carpenter naturally niked tthy they hud not would tion home mm not Interfere with others gia and Ascunio joined bonds and the MilanThe words wore hrentlied rather thnn carr)lii2 out the duke's commands." who are compelled to work for their ese toted for Itodengo." "My name is St. Armande," replied the could not both come through the large nhispered into ny ear, and forte- - stood be rhevulier; "and I am ready now, if yen hole, and Newton was overcome at th living. "I did not think blorza would have been side inc. thought of his own lack of rcnsonlnc "Kxrcisior!" I repented, with a smile, wish it." so sell sacrificing," aaid Do llriconnct. The I'ullman-Wagne- r Co. will es"This Is scarcely the place, aignoie; but power. Golden Days. "hut arc you not putting jour hesid in the "fhrre were compensation. .Uciiues, tablish extenshe repair shops at Den- Le ( rc went on. "r our t gold lion's mouth!'" the val kni gardens are a few feet away. ver, Colo., to better handle the work sfeie given to Ascanio, he traa made vice What Job .Hissed. He smiled baik upon me, more of a snarl II )ou nil meet me near the summer-house- , 'Toor old Job! He hod a hard tlm on Western roads. is gorged now. in, say, half an hour Irom now, it would be chancellor ol the rhurrh, aud given llor- - thun a smile. " I he Cen. Yule's mother, though 80 years i'ia owe palace, the rsanni. where his He will not think of lue sec, there some- u lonvrmeiiie. II wo leu together pcrhapt of It," sold the man who read up tn the Spaniard Ilibllcal hlslory once In awhile. it would exeile remark," old, reads nil tho leading London pa- eminence diurs today. Immediately alter one coming our passed into the group j, pliijcd with the inlaid giltand his dagger. of I was rota Ilr turned mid the elections "At least," said the man who nlwava per every day so as to make herself exchanging a were made with ut theuncle, aad St, Armande touched my arm. " e'ry well. your lew words e the bright aide of things, "he thoroughly well acquainted with her the iitidinul ol St. Malo, and he told ine wh Mil In hit to gave St. Armande a bow. lucky lauly "Yau are to he pirseuted to the eiotigh to die before coon ion's motcments. that so fcooii as the result was known. Me l.uerezia,'.' he said, and the next moment made a slight inclination towards me, and vere Invented." Jndlmionolls songs Jou. trolled otl. To all intents and purposes Some one claims to have discovered dici turned to Cardinal I ibo. and said: 'We I found in.isell bowing over the hand ol might have been engaged in the most tnl. the uut hraulitul, and certainly the tho the Jaws that the constant effect of the wind sic inhe may notol devoutwoll! Hem en giant one rfiufaincius uoinsii ol heruge. She was lie friendly eil conversations. most II irAs thi' doiuellilnsr Lack lost. blowing In the face of n motoriuan Xia hi could do nothing u! walklor W etivahrre,' said St. Armande. lookabout, hcit-l'ii; had already wed Jed three Miss Thlnn Jack told mc lurt nig K results, sooner or later, nl serious calling mil: ol liil.hkiuds.. mill was In lire nine a wile ln up ut me. "uie you satisllrsl now!" 'I am wipe, pcntil, I am satisliH, to the lunge, by giving them nn again, and mar ry Alfonso of I'mrars. Sh". chevalier, th't you are that my neck was like column. Miss Fatt Ye, dear: be probiht) Ifpfk to do "I do imt uniiose it can Itit loot:." Mid was seated In a low Icilngr, and as I cams still loo toing to tr trustrd iilone, II you up L vittnded h,er iagd to ill Witt "kbtfd. 0 uitfc a JUllre Here Weft) I hun Tiiii a want coluiatj, ff, y, YJrt. lit lUioyiiuU, THE CITIZEN. SWEET IDLENESS. rlt t I New rust In llnrter Mnnnlntns, After numerous hairbreadth escapes and many thrilling adventures, a party of explorers in thelloeky Miiuiilainsittimb'rd onto a pais where thrv had believed it Kllile for none to exist. In a like manner, limine who have liehevrd J incurable are to find that Ihrip it a way to health. Ilnttettrr'a Stomach Hitter used faithfully, males the digestion strong, the luiwcUrrgu-larthe liver aclite. Try It, attnn-ishe- Tolcdo-Nortvnl- Honrs) llnyl "I am glad there are a few honest peopla left. Two years ago I sent a Iwy around the comer tn buy a poital canl. 1 have never teen the hoy to this day." 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OI.KASON. Friend I guest jour father knows 11 much alsiiit raisin' rattle at anybody' Fanner's Son -- 1 guess he dues. Why, on calf. of our cows has juit had a .tnllil Trnlns tu Northern MlrMitnn, y The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. I'aul is now running solid Hams of palaee (serving meats a sleeping ran, dining ears la cartel and lirst class dsy coaches, through from Chicago to Calumet, Houghton, Hancock and other oinl in the Copier Country without change uf ears, with d.rect ennectun for Marquette, Negtunee, Hail-wi- lit lilrnee. 11 r-i- tx't-on- 11 1 n lUsl, South and South west will find this a most ilrsirablo mule. All coupon twkrt agents sell tickets via the Chirsgu, Milwaukee and St. Paul llietiiing. etc , and passenger from th 1 intoev-ecutioi- i Fat!" Ilw "So. lifiurrv "He ymr vote!" Itut I sated Use real." 1'tnli.dcipou North AnsensMii. s A Htvieg - "'Did j chi that!" Me the emiathrr. 1 It depends on yettr point af view wliether you consider him tha Vest man r the Isgfct.-Cbic- sg-i ijcn who wismi in a prise Chronicle. wrt Winter Tours, desire informstion rrgxrdlni California, AnaofM, Texas or Mexico, and the long limit, Utv rale, round trip ticket 1 loid to pniiiipal points, the vanotu rentes tutthi'h the ticket! ran be puiihssrsl. or rrgsiJinc on way first nnd leroasi rlsis rates, tbroMgh sleeping ear lines. First CUm and 1'otirist, ra I upn or address W, O. Neimver. tien'l Western Agent, Southern FaeitK Z8 ( !rk St.. Chicago; W. II. Coin-,r- , l..m'l Agent, Cnatuher (' nierre II dg , Ciminnati, () , or W. ,1. I It nr. Agt , T.V lUttcotl Si , llullsks, Trsv. Should s s C. T. W at the art Sometimes marriage ought to be drfined by whuli two ople mantgt to 1'uck. live together and Jet satt o The solid-loo- hard-fough- y even-toe,- 11 Whole Truth ! There's nothing so fcadforacough as coughing. gro-.tlnf- s strong-lookin- 111 There's nothing so good for a 11 fleur-dc-li- w-- cough as Ayer's 111 ) Cherry Pectoral. 111 d The 25 cent size is just right for in ordinary, cvetyrjjy cold. The 50 cent size is better for the cough of bronchitis, croun, grip, tnd hoirseness. The dollar size is the best for chronic coughs, ts in consumption, chronic bronchitis, asthma, etc Ilr Williams' Indian lilt iilnirarul- sill cur lillnd, lllecdlutsill llctllnt I'llet. b abtoilis th minors, ausrs lb Itch, IteJ ss 1 it tins si Is at a aa ... Itif.. llW Is.... . mJIkbi gut ibtjprltaU OU1U I C way-adie- u!" PILES ,. , pant, AtdrufiHiorbr VlLLlAMS WfcO, CO, iVopt. CLEVELAND, - Barters ink Csu'i be beat. for "InttDtor s rrlmtr" and I'lotset Your lil,'yc. .ti Is., PATENTS Mil. H. Ililill .iluWlitl Wsiblnsioa. 0. Bsnd y - In-Jr- vn-i.- lln.t" 11 mUtlnll, 0vtMH((4rtlli. UrsaehtjCBlcsti,L'isi. I). BULLER ROUTED. Tlio Main Amir of tlm llrllltti Meets With a Defeat. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING. CHRIST.' ber ill, COMING B. I HttO FORETOLD. lliK-- 1 nelinle In Hie llnnae nn Ihe 'nrrene Illll tint Utile limine Trnna-nele- it In Hie e, International 8, l.eaaon for Decem- Ilntroiu Ilrniory Tell, laalah Vs. II, T. Urn. Ratter Wan Attempting In t'rnaa tlir Tnceln It Iter Kliutlntr II lmii.allile II Ordered n lletlremeiit, romloit, Dec. 1(J. The wnr nfller linn rrrt'ltr.1 n iIIk)iiIcIi nnnoiiiicliitf Hint flcii. llullrr linn met vrllli n tipriiiui tho currency Iloiiae-Monilny icvrrup, liming Urn. llullrr nllruiilln(f to tom the Ttigrln river. Kliiilliiu It linw. Iile to effect lit h object lie circliTcil a retirement In order to mold greater loimcn. He left 11 gtinn Ix'liliul. The following In the text f (Jen. lluller'a illnmteli, nniintiiicliif hU "Iliiller 11 trn guna. to reurrt to reHirt srrlnti rru'rsr. I inotnl In full utreiifjth from our rnmp near Chlevily nt 4 o'eloek t lilt morning. There urn two fonlnlile plnreN In Hit TiiReln rltrr, nml It wna my Intuition to force ii pnHiige through nt one of them. They nre nliont two mllcit nxirt. "My Intention Kin to force one or the other with one lirlgmle, supported liy H centrnl lirlgnile. (leu. Ilnrt nm to nil nek the Irfl drift (ien. Illhlynril the right ronil nml (ien. I.ytleton wnn to tnlie the center nml to mipport cither. Ivnrly In the lny I snw Unit (ien. Hurl would not lie nhle to force n piiKMigc, mid I directed him to withdraw, lie hnd, however, ntlncked with great gallantry, mid It h lending lint' tallon, the Coniinitght Itnngrrx, I fear, MlfTcrcd a great denl. Col. I. (I. Ilrooke wm seriously wounded "I then ordered (ien. lllldyurd to tidinnce, which he did, hi lending leglinent, the I'nnt Kurrey, Colemxi .Stntlon nnd the liousra near the bridge. At thnt moment lienril I licit the whole nrllllcry I hnd Kent to support the nttnek, the Mill nnd fifitli Oi'.Ml I I 1 Cnmp, Dee. 15, lHMlone, Clilrtrly p. in. llelil bit terleK nnd nix nnvnl nnd ilrirrnt efTortx were liinde to bring out the field gunx. "The lire, hnweier, n too neiero nnd only two were mi til liy Oipt. Sehofiehl nnd (.01110 ilrhem it'liiian name I will fiirnUli. "Another most gnllnnt nttrmpt with three tenniH wiih iimde by nil oftlcer whose iinme I will olilnln. Of the 1H dorse 13 were killed, nnd nn evernl drivers were woiindetl, I would not nl low limit her nttempt, ns It arrmril thnt they would lie n shell mnrk, sac rillelng life to n gnllanl nttempt to force the l'nsiipM)rteil by nrllllcry I directed the tnxijm to with tlrnw, which they did in jjoil order. "Throughout the dny 11 cnimtdrr.ibla force of the enemy una preiwliig on my right flank, but It una kept back by mounted men iimlcr Lord Diiudoiinld nnd tuirt of (ien. llnrton'a brigade. The tiny wna hit ninety hot nnd innat trying on the troop, whom; conduct na excellent. We hnve alinmlontil II) Vuna nnd lost by shrll Are I. Thelonaea In (ien. llnrt'a brlgnile, I fear. urn heavy, nlthough the proortion of sc verely woiindetl, I hojie. In not large. The Hlli nnd fiftth field bntterlea nl MllTeretl aevere louses. We have retlretl to our enmp nt Chievcly." Loudon, Deo. 111. The newa of (Ien. lluller'a rrvrrat! wna recehed no Into n doiign niiiler ("ol Umg, hud mltnnrril cloe to the river In long'n ill dire to he within effecllic range. It prixcd to lie full of the enemy, who Kiiddenly oeiied n gulling fire nt ulosc range, killing nil their hnrc, mid the gunnrrH were enuiiellril to tuml to their gium. Some of the wngon teimia got iilieller for troop in iilrk-lirer- until Turailay. Mr. Wnahlnxton. Dec. (H. ).) Tuexlay Introduced a illrecllnn the accrctary of the navy In iiiily the aenato with Information aa to whether Adm. Dewey, actinic for the I'nlled Hlnlea, formally or Informally the Philippine republic at Manila. Mr. Chandler (N. II.) objected to Ita cnnatdenitlon. KollowInK thin Mr. 1'rltlKrew and Mr. Chandler had a nlinrp lilt over tho rrnolullon of-red Monday by the former, demanding finm the necretary of war an explanation of certain charge nculnat Oen. In hla conduct of the Coeur d'Alrn llouble, llouae-T- he debate on Ihe currency bill continued Tueaday. The apeaker wera Mennra, Uroavenor (O.), Cochran (Mo.), Newlanda (Nev.), Parker (N. J.). William e Alden Bmlth (Mich.), I'rlnce (111 ). (Maaa.), Power (VI.). Bhalfroth (Col.) and Him (Tenn.), A three nlRht' aetalon wn ordered. Mr. Grout (Vt.) Introduced a bill making oleomnrcarlne rubject to Ihe law of tho atatc tn which II Ii ahlpiml, and IncreaalntT tin tax on olenmaricarlne colored butter to 10 rent per pound. Woahlnaton, Dec. aeanlon wa ihort. Anions tho bill Introduced were; To provide for communication lielween the United Mate of America. Ihe Hawaiian lluam. the Philippine. Japan and Tho China, and lo promote commerce. the jKintmnater meitniirn authorlie to contract with an American cable company for payment by tho t'nlted Hlale of not exceeding; IM).oro a year for SO year for the electrleul lrnnmlnlon of official menaane of the I'nlled Hlale to Honolulu, Guam, Manila. Hone Kong and ome point In Japan. The cable muat be In operation by January 1, IM. A bill providing for a chnnae of material from limber lo nlone or concrete. In the build-I- n of the dry dock at Dengue laland, I'a., nid Mare laland, Cal. Houne The currency debate In the houae lanted from 10 o'cIick Wednendny nlahu, Weilnenday mornl ik until lt: The luuae odopte-- l a renolullon for a holiday recea from Wednenday. December J. Mr. SO. to Wednenday. Jnnunry tho minority leader, ankol Hint the houe ndjourn over Thurday. to nlve the memtier nn opportunity to participate In Ihe Wnshlnirton memorial but Mr. Payne, the majority leader, objected. Mr. Moody (Man.) caked unanlmou content that n committee of fire member bo appointed from tho houae to Join a committee of three from Ihe aenato to b prenent at the uuvrlllnc January IS of the ntatue of Daniel presented to the city of Wanhlr.Kton by Htllnon Hutchln. Mr. llalley aiketl why the rule nhould tie auapendel to do honor to an llluntrloua American when Ihe houne had Juat rcfuaed to do honor to Otoreo Wanhlnifton. the centennnry ofn whoa death wa to lie made Ihe occn-toof the memorial exerclae Thuraday. He objected. Wnnhlngton. Dec IS. Senate-Thuraby a dcclalve vote nnd practithe cally without dlacuanlon laid on the table tho I'ettljrrew renolullon of Inquiry a to whether or not the United Stale force had rrcoRnlied Ihe Filipino Innurnentn' flag: nnd had turned over Hpanlah nob dler lo tho Innurecnla. After a brief n the nenato acreetl to tho houne for a Chrlntma holiday adjournment from December SO to January X On motion of Mr. Kornker the nenate Iben. at I'.OJ p. in., adjourned out of reapect to tho memory of tho late Ilepreaenlntlve rcao-lullu- n ft Mer-rlaItw-rvnelc (ten-erIllch-ardao- n, Web-nter. doy reao-lutlo- on bill. Mrri, liolliv.r (In. . DeArmon.l (Mo.), Ovrritrcet (leC ), Mmb lo (Un.) ami McCledan (N. V.) maite leeche. AmonR Ihe M1U Htrixlucnl were: Mr, tirlnicr (III.), for nv Inm hank, Mr. ltlcharctson (linn.), for 1 national military park nt tho 'mtllendd of Hlono river. Trim.: Mr. Urul (Vt.), ealrmlliiK nml mnkltif llaxlbl na.lonal lnnk currency. Mr. Urecne then i.nnnuncril the uVutli of hi cnllrnei.f. the litis I(rirrFcnlat vo Hrmentrout, of ami nt 5:00, tlio houao aillourn-ei- l tno ilelmle Wanhlralon, Dec, II. Bennle fnn.1J an niiea wn mnile by Mr. Mnrim (III I lor nn ciprrmdnn of pympnlhy tne lh liwa m Ihelr war with Urea- - llrllaln. n The rrnolullim on which Mi . mode M wai rferreil I J lh rnmmltlce on furdun relation. No olliet of Importance irnnwicteil, nml nl on rnrly hour the nciintti until Tueitny. Mn-onpM-rhrr Specialty Arranged from Peloubet' Nolta.J OOI. PEN TKXT.-D- nlo jou Is born thla dny. In the city of David, a Saviour, which la Christ the -t- .uk ewcrtmt 11 few. nur.tle told Will in m I tn tnllr r make a noine. Theic was a dend illcnce on vviiue iKirt lor n moment, then In a Plaintive voire he said: "I a'poe jou .(,n't mind me tlilnkinetf ou can t hear the llur.V.ng ni.nlnrji go ing, can you I -I- 'lttnliurgh Dispatch. and Fever A ttnnll rtny' nrenm. Aunt .Isne wailed to study, I11H little Willie wsnlrd lo uk nu.itnn. Afi.i- - ... 2B0. CAMPLE BOTTLS 10c. POR HEXT THIRTY CAV3. How long have you auilCICU How Long llavc Yoa Read About "5 Drops" Without Talirig TIijih? Do you not think you Isre j reel u inie ni..i differed enotigM If o, then try the "4 Drop" and I promptly and cnttH cf aHllclion. "S DropV l a npecdr nd Sure Cur for Miitumitl'm, turalgl. 5citla, Lumbago lai.ie back , Kidney t)t Atlhma. Hay lever, llyip'ptla, Catarrh of a'l kinda, tlronchllla. La Orlpp, Headache (nervous or neuralgic'. Heart Wtaknens. Hrer'y. I'amche, Bpatmodle and Csurrhsl Croup, Toothache, Nerrountst,5leerleatnef( Creeping Numnras, Malaria, and kindred "5Ilript" hsacnreil more people during the past four years, of the alove-name- d (TflAOE MARK. diseases, than all other remedle known, and In caie of Rlieumati-Ii curlnr more Ihsn all Ihe doctors, patent medlclnea,electrlc belt and batlerieacomWned, forlhey cannot ciiraChronlc KheumatUm. Therefore wante no moro valuable time and money, but try 5 Drops" and b promptly CURED. "I Drops" It not only the best medicine, hut It Is Ihe chcapeit, fcirafl.OObnttU contain 300 Price per bottle, l.oo, prepaid by mall orexpreM, or 6 bottle for fi.00. Pof the nest 30 davt we will tend a 2,'c aample PRCQ lo anyone sendlni; 10 cents to pay for Ihs malting. Agents wanted. Write mill llHGEsaHIOfUn i9Vi I ea, 1: 11. nrrntil titai (.) Jerusalem was about 1U mills from Kgypt, IS from Hamirta, It) from Damascus, and M from the Kuphraten, the border of Assyria. Gtorgt Adam Hmllh. I. An Outlook Uou the 1'coplc Walking In Darkness. V. 2. The prophecy of which this lesson is n pnrl begins with chnp. 7:1. Israel nnd Judnh were ncnrlng n grcnl political crisis. The final destruction of Israel wna only It or ISjrarsIn the future, nnd the forces which wrought thnt terrible tllrnstcr were ncthcly at work, like t lie breaking of n dnm high upnmongthc mountains, whence the wnternwererolllngdown In swift disaster. V. 2. "The people Ihnt walked In dnrkness:" The people of Judnh at this time were under the twofold darkness described nboie, "The land of the shadow of death:" "Dcndly shade, properly a title of the Hebrew Hades; n night like that of llndcs." Cheyoe. II. A Vision of Dawning Light. Vs. "Hate seen a great lights" There came to Judnh In Alinr.'s time lie light V. 3. "Thou hust of great promises. multiplied the notion :" So he saw it ns he looked upon It In Inter dnys. "And not:" Most Interpreters think, with the II. V., Ihnt the "not" should be "to It," the Hebrew letters being very nearly the same, nnd some transcriber mnde a mlstnke. In this ense the whole sentence is a prophecy of the good times referred In V. 2. "They joy before thee:" the glier of the Joy. "According to the Joy in harvest:" when men fee the fruits of their labors nnd promise of plenty. They had sown In tnrs. but reap In Joy. "Aa men rejoice wlen they 1 ItHAD Isaiah III Probably written durlrn Ihe TIMI". reign of Ahnx In Judah, "diirlr.g iheflyro-Dphralmllls- h war, n. C. PI.ACK.lt was delivered In Jerusalem, Ihe prophet's home, to Judah, the prophet's - Clilll of (Si:ovr.'s TSTil.rn Cnn.l.Toxir. It IronnndnulnlnclL u taste!..' form Nortiro nopnjr. rrle,fi0c 'I lie Ileal lnl)ttlo rrrneripllon for a simply dlea. psonl. f:troT I with you to know that I am t CynictM llntr noble of jnu to ansume all that rcaponiilulily! I'lulailciiliia Kccord. tit Croup, Colds or Diphtheria If Hoxsie'i Croup Cure is ued promptly. Vo opium. 60 cents. A. I', lloxsic, M'f 'r, iuffalo, N. Y. Children Will .Hot Die do. 8WANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 100-10- 4 E. LAKE ST CHICAGO. That' What TLry Call II. "I'apa, what la broad mindrdncM?" "Agreeing with heailntrong people when you know they are wrong." Chicago Times-Heral- JOHN M SMI TH CO MAMMOTH 'MAILORDER, Tn Cnre a. Cold In line Tnko Laxativo Ilronin Oulnluo Tablet. All drufrglstt rcf undmoncj if It fails to cure. Dr irn 2c 150 to 6ta IT MAOIBON STy CHICAGO "I'm 'run down.' doctor." Fa retioui Doctor "Well, you've run down a good many people tour time, so it's only tit for tat." Kun. 111 Cyclist S!!S $16.75 PORTLAND CUTTER LATEST 1900 STYLE. Fully Warranted to Give Good. Service. Body Is durably couatrncted of material. Eitrs roomy aeat, mxli panel bracket rvv eurreddathatabownlncnt.back. Ilaa Inklm front! handaomo Wi a cloth. Beat pads, seatcuthlon lipholalerlnr Finn quality Faner and bsckcunhloii remorablo. , l rood quality ollIoth rug. dear I vary Guaranteed On Year, way brace Iron. Ilnnners am .team bent and thoroughly after being bent, llott ateel shoes securely bolted to runners. Palatine body, blsek, highly pohthedl urrwiier arcen or earmins. nentir etrlDM. At onr nrlre. lien, this enttee la completa with t hafta and la f uruiahed with tho best patent adjustable shifting f uroiibed bar for front or aide litteh. Onlra limited nomber to sell at onr special offer price Order now and bs ready when the first snow arches tin which It listed at lowest wholasila prc llaverythine to eat wear and uie.is fumishi ed on retejipt of only 10? to partly pay nlckel-platndash-rail- Thirty minutra is all the time required to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES, bold by all druggists. A man should he anhsmrd to swear before men as well aa before women. Atchison Globe. IMeruant. Wholesome, Speedy, for couglii Hale' Honey of llurehound and Tar. Pike'a Toothache Drop Cure in one minute. i It is a unart father who knows how his il.iughtcr tcll their first names. Atchison Globe. I sm entirely cured of hemorrhage of lunga liy l'mos Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, llethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '04. $16.75 vpostojc or expresiage and as eviasnct iuj vuuu Mott men begin to savi after they have spent all. Kara s Horn. divu siii. iuv ib ouuwcuun praw purchase amountfndto l?9 opobova. fll oOA rvi6MtMLv hoctlY Pnict UiTrattlfl Tin: STOCK-C.ittle.c- MAIIKHIS. Sntunlny la ronllncd lo erfunctory rxprcKNloua of extreme regret nnd nnd of the necessity of compelling telegraph companle to pny cnlnincKH nnd redunbled efforta to re the revenue damp on dlpntche; by Mr. trleve the iwsltlon. Thla latent cheek Wllnon(ArU.), admitting Arizona to date-hooand to give two month' extra pay la regarded na the incut aerlou event nerving In the war wtth Hpnln, In (irent llrltuln'a military history to those limitation of preacnt law; by without alnce the Indlnn mutiny. tteprenentatlve Olynn (N. V), n renoluThe Stnudnnl anya: "(Ien. lluller'a llon for a tribute to tho memory of Henry, the aclentlnt. on the tlfopntrh la deplorable rending. It la of the lOOlh annlvernnry of hi blrlh; the now familiar atory of concealed by Mr. Jone (Waah.). to extend the llocra nod of llrltlsli troop mnrchliig homentead law to the Philippine, so that Spain In the war up blindly, nlinost to the very mu.xlea anldler nerving nhall have wtthbenefit or l'htllpplne of the of the eneiny'a rill en. It enn not bn the homentead settlement In the Philippine. s doubtetl thnt the mornl effect will he Washington, Dec. 16. Senate No of liiiHirtnnre wan trnnsncled to nggrmute our tltnicitllica ner the (Wash.) lnlroducel Btutor whole Held of operation. a bill extending the bounty provision of "The country lina dlacovercd with tho homestead law to tho soldier who nnnnynnre nml nnrprlKe that xtilxal-lu- g served in tho wnr with Spain, und who the lloer fiiriucra la about the have served, or are serving now In the Mondu. hiirdrat work we have entered upon Philippines. Adjourned until currency bill House Tho debalo on tne flnce the I ml la 11 mutiny. Their com closed Friday, Debate under the five minmnudiinta have shown thriiiaeheH .ihle ute u,! occura Saturday. Hills Introduced: For the building of a hew cruiser, to give our genrrala useful, but lo bo named the Charleston, to Inks the Ichxoiih In tuodcrn tuctlcH." place of the cruiser of that name recently The Tlmea anya: "Since the tbiyn lost In the Philippines. The follovlnj tile of the Indlnn mutiny the nation him were among Mr. oilier house hills IntroKnox (Mass.), for civil duced: Ily not been confronted with no painful government In Alaska: by Mr. Hull (la.), nml nuxtoiiH ti hltiintlon. l'liilnly for the reward of distinguished service In lien, lluller'a iidvnuce la pnrnlyrd for the war with Hpnln; by Mr. I.lnney (N. reduce 'he moment na completely na Lord C).70locent per the tax on distilled spirits to nation. tlethiieu'a nnd On. (inturre'a. (Joe to Yale 1'iilverslty. The depression over the defeat of "reat llritnln'a I runted nr.d IdolUed New Haven, ft., Dec. 1(1. Tho eon-tecommnnder la nil tlio grenter na, durInstituted by ltobcrt II. Waters, ing the hint ti houra, there hnd been of Newburyport, Mnus., ngnlnst t lie it porta of the relief of Indyamllh. will of hU uncle, tho Into l'rof. Oth-liltThuradny the wnr ofllce nlowrd It to ('. Mnrah, of Yale university, hns bo iiuderatootl thnt the position of been settled, nnd the entire entnte, ulfnlra In Nutnl wna entirely snttafnc between $75,000 und $100,000 tory. The renctlon la nil the more goes to Ynle university. Wntris conpronounced on thla account. tent wns voluntarily withdrawn. d, Jo-neoer.i-alon bust-nenl'rl-da- thnt morning newapncr roinment Dan ford, of Ohio. Houae Tho debate on the currency bill In the houne Thurnday wa tame and prorate. Anions the houne meanure Introduced Thurnday were; liy Mr. Kltchln (N. C ). reducing tho tax on nulf and tobacco from I! to 2 cent per pound, and -l Three I'rraoai Ilurned lo Death. York, Dec. IS. Three persons were burned to death nnd one seriously Injurci nt 11 lire that occurred nt un curly hour Friday morning in u dilapidated tenement nt 300 South 1'lrnt street, in the Williamsburg dls-t- i let of Drooklyn. lint. l'olaun lit the Souk. Aeeldanlallr Killed. Lebanon, Ky., Dec. IS. John A. Hut-lctEl I'mo. 111., Dec. IS. Sidney Klng-lo- ii aiiperintundeut at the Lunciiater wna thrown out of n wagon rhuraduy, brertMng the ulock of the ltolling ml lis, and hla wifn nml three uu he wna curryiiif, end dlBcliurging children were poisoned b eating In soup, l'hymcianN tiavrd both loaOii Into lila tide, Jo d'ed their Urea after vigorous work, To luiprcl Canal Iluatee. Wiikhingtnn, Dee. JS. The Iathrof-i- n cominlaalon, of which Adm. can Walker la chairman, will aturt 011 Its tour of limpectiou of the Nlcurnguii vncl l'nnnmn ennnl rtiutea Januury 0. It will examine the Nlcurugim route 11 1 JCew t, , pto-innin- ene'"Inclnnnll Dec. 4 IK. om n 3 40 (t 10 mies nnd rich in goods. V.4. "I'orlhon UVfi 4 i 4 SS ttelcct butcher hast broken the yoke of his burden:" rAI.VKM-Dxt- ru tt KM 6r 3I M and First, of the Assyrians, who hnd HO(53-foa- rn ii.iekera heavy.. 3 or. 3 Mixed YOUR great "stretched out their wings" 3 if 4 00 l.lKhl nhlpiier RIIKKI'-Chol- ce (I 3 B 3 Secarmies, nnd oppressed the Innd. cr s r. 5 ond, the yoke of sin, the oppressor I.A.MHS- Kxlnt latent "Star" tin tags (shoving small stars printed on under eida 3 Winter of tag). "Horse Shoe." "J.T.," "Good Luck," " Cross Boir," Sntnn. "The staff of his shoulder:" UltAIV Wheal Nn. 2 nil.. e No. 3 red and "Drnmmond" Natural Leaf Tin Tags aro of equal raluo in Thnt part of the yoke which rested on 33fc t'orn No. I mixed Data- - No 2 the bnck of the neck and shoulders. sccuririR presents mentioned below, and may be assorted. a 2 ltc-- No Every man, woman and child can find something on the list "As In the day of .Midlon:" (Judg. HAY Prime to choice (tl m that the would like to have, and can have tia m A total rout, by a smnll body PIIOVIHIONB Mens iwrk... (i s 30 Ijircl of selected men, by unusual mi.ins, Hb.TKIl-Chol- ce 1 if dairy c lioiee tt 3 IS through Cod's help, ns when (iidirii APPl.KS-fholc- creiiiuery TAO. Ttat. tt 1 00 M lo fancy... I Msteh Rni w S3 Clock, day. Calendar. Thermom300 men, armed with lamps, pitchwith 63 1 l'OTATOi:S-I'- cr brl SI lea eter. Rarome'ee t Kn fe. one blal. Kood ateel ers, nnd trumpets, complclrly t.ier-thres rirs, 4smcli Si SI Onn caw, leather, no batter made. MO C1IICAUO. 4 Child'' Ret. Knlfa, Fork and Hroon automatic, donblt action. li SI Rafolter,caliber the immense host of the .Midiau-Ites- . Kl.Otrit-Wln- ter talent roil 3 to if 4 no ZS urSS 5 ba land Pepper Het. one each, quatl too tt oh M M Tool Set, not playthlnrt, tml rati niple plala on white metal. V. 5. "For every battle:" tic. CHAIN 3 Wheat No. 2 67 OI'.y t'lilengo nprlnc No. h M ... tool. llrlar Wood Pip" U it 31', S7 Toilet Ilcnd nt in H, V. The old version misses COHN No. 3 ? Itaxer. hollow ground, flne Kngluh Hat decorated porcelain, r. u 10 in', K) tret fry handsnm No. tt or Si cal . Soo the full sense nnd mora the cxipiihilc DATS nnNo. 3 3.', V5 S Remlnaton S Unller Boo I'OltK-MeII Rlfla Knlf., Irlpl plate, tiet i. qualitr ?j 1(5 U S9 Watch, a'arllna allfer.ruU wald loot lVIU-Slci- im beauty of this verse. HiiR.r Hhell, triple plate, beat qiul.. SO W Dma Hull Caae. leather, handaoma Ni:V YOllK. 10 Kiamp lloi, .trrllnii .lifer 1000 to and durable III. A Vision of the Coming of Ihe Fl.Ot'n-Wln- ter 00 ft 3 SO patent 11 Knife, "Keen Kntler." two Mlul., tl 11 Hawing Machine, fire! ctaaa, with Hon of flod. V. 0. "For unto us n child W hi:at-n- i. (t :iv, 11 llntrher Knlfa, "Ken Knttar," 1 two 3 all atlchmnla.... Mad JJ SS Rerolf er, Colt'., tt Wh blued is born:" Only through this child enn t'OHN No. 3 mixed IS Hhear. "Keen Kntter." S 1100 ateel tt :i'-HYK SI Hide. Colt's, It Nat Kel, Uiacker and Picks. .tlTer UN tr wnr cense, nnd Israel's redemption be OATS-Xlli so M Uultar (Washburn), roaawood. InrLtod Z0 tiio ti )OUIC made permanent. "The prophet Is un- 1,.UD-West- ern New mens SOM Due Hall. "Aawjetttlon." best anal.lou laid II tl 5 85 l Alarm Clock, nickel IM SI Mandolin, racy handaoma 1099 rolling a picture of the future." llALTtMOItt:. It fill Genuine RoRers'T eapoon.bet Repeating Shot Oua, 1W M Winchester 10 tt 3 V "The government shnll be n.Ot'n-Faml- ly Clieyue. iU!tS"fxla sang... II Wa'cta. nickaLattm wind and aet.. tot No. 3 nil. ?t.i w. upon Ills shoulder:" Thnt Is, lie should OltAlN-Wh- eat S7 Remington, IS Oarrera, auod .tael, bnckhorn ham- Hi 1U Southern roar huoi uun, 10 or li gaug woo 200 lisnrileM..... be the ruler, the king. "And Hlsnnme:" 3IW 31 lJ Corn Mixed 50 Hit Oennlna Roger' Table Spoona. SI Bicycle, standard make, ladle or 31 tt No. 3 while is in the Oats 3M Imt platixl atMHl. A nnme stands for nil thnt genta. ....... aw Hi tt n 2 western 51 HU each. Knlt-iltye and 1'orka, buck- 4 mnn, hi character, his principles, and CATTLK No. St Shot Onn. Remlnglan. donbU bar- S3 horn hmllrt First quality SS Bit etch, Oenuln 4 40 O 4 SO m. namuiarieAa Rogers' Knife his property. "Wonderful:" because HOGS Western and forks, bet: plated goods. .500 It Raglna Mnalo Box. HH Ineh Dlso..aO0S INDIANAPOLIS. His nature wns wonderful, being huTHE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES H0VEM3ER 30th, 1900. O C7 No. man nnd divine; Ills coming at till was n QHAIN Wheat mixed 3 red. it 2)H Corn No. 3 Msln " Htar rthati.. Star tin puoa wonderful manifestation of love; Uis No. 3 mixed SnPCial Nntirfl ! aiara prime i"Tin Tag .laa 01 lag!, ara aoftags with no am U Oats 3 I na ai .er ' rorprtM. tint will nalit for In ftARlt nnlh.liul, .rim.t.M.t.M. deeds were wonderful, miracles, full of LOUISVILLU. hundred. If welfed he u. on r ltefnee 1st. lftW. 1 I! 0351 FLOUn-Wln- tcr latent marvelous meaning as- well as power; CHAIN-Wh- eat tp 70 .11 1 M) that a dime' 2 red.. No. IN worth ar Ills words were wonderful; Ills atonCorn-Mitt &i tt 00 ing love was wonderful; the kingdom OATS-Mlx- cd Mess 1'OHK III will I ant looser and uOard in ire pleasure than a dlaae srarth mt any He set up was wonderful. "Counsellor:" L.AHD Steam 25 O 6 50 athrrbiand. I One who has the wisdom to guide himSend tat)! to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO., St. Loult, Mo. self nnd others. Jesus was the embodt-uen- t OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA of the wisdom of Ood. "The mighty God:" The word for "God" here Is not the usual Elohlm, which Is Tells How He Escaped the Tersometimes used metaphorically, at for angels, as we use "divine;" but It la F.l, rors of Many Winters by "which, whenever It denotes (ns It gendiUsing Peruna. erally does, and in Isaiah nlways) vinity, docs so in nn absolute sense; It !s never used hypcrbollcnlly or metaphorically." Cheync. "The everlasting Father:" expressing the divine love nnd pity for men, n love that can never fall, for it Is everlasting. "The I'rlnce of rcnoe:" The prince who rules In way that pence and prossuch Rifles. Repeating: Shotguns, Ammunition and I perity abide In his kingdom, l'cacc HEI i Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and Is used lo express nil the blessammunition are the standard of the world, but ings thnt come to a Kingdom where it there Is peace from outward enethey do not cost any more than poorer makes. mies, pence between rulers, peace beAll reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. tween the different members of the FREE : Send name and address on a postal for ISo kingdom; no disorders, no Idleness, no page Illustrated Catalogue describing al! the guns and ivV''cv-V- A poetical description Is criminals. ammunition made by tho given In Isa. 11:2-1Mr. Isaac Ilrock. tho OUleit Man In tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., IV. A Vision of the New Kingdom of United Stutei. NEW HAVEN, COM. God. V. 7. "Of the Incrense of His gov180 WINCHESTER AVE., Mr Iaac llrotk, of McLennan county, ernment nnd peace there shall be no Tex., has attained the great site of llljtwrn, end:" It shall Incrense In numbers, In having been born in UHS, He is an ardent ft power. "Upon the throne of David, on friend to l'eiuna and ipeak of it in the folllk Slate. .11 which Jesus sits:" All these blessings lowing term: 1 t. ,. lawlai, mmim "Dm ae ni- long life I have know n a great UmI,mj.h l.4 a wl ...!. . come from His rule In the hearts of men manv rcinedie for couglu, colds, catarrh nnd In the community. "To order It:" and diarrhoea. I had a way tuppoecd these aoif mmI U s.iMk.aMic. m4 a. ttlMfiMjtM StaM WiTI H. gorern, manage, rule it. "HstablUh It:" affections t be Jiltcrcnt diteaien, but 1 S. r4 i. ,1t nl iU mi m4 le.'. ncd from Dr. Halt man's books that m, mnke It firm nnd enduring. "With have t4Ora'UM, nl tmnUtm X"b IumI .11 three affections art. the same and are properjudgment:" just decisions, and "jus- ly called catarrh. AVurulHtMKllM.i M..r. ImmMIiimMimu Mt M In itlil M. . .llluMWelt tice:" alt manner of right between all "As for Dr. llartman's remedy, I'erutM, M.4 Wk tt Mt .i,.i Vt. Kit. classes und nil individuals. "From I have found it lo be the bent, if not the only Stlkltf. irttdMWta7HC0in,il henceforth even forever:" Only such n reliable remedy for thrsr affections. llnval nrsa uiarr.u net . DtrLllt. IsCDc.rM.iiiiabu: kingdom can endure. "The real of the for l'erunn fin been my lnnil-I- y Via the Santa Fc "Route. Lord:" His earnestness, the Intensity many yearn, nnd I attribute my mood Three llmea a week from Chicago of Ills desire, "The Lord of hosts:" w ho lienllh nnd my extreme nice to this IlKADKItS OK THIS t'APKft ip and Kansas City. lint nil crcnlcd beings, the unseen mul- remedy. It exnetly meet nil my IIIMllllSd TO UUV A.NVTU1NC1 Twice a week from St. Taut aod ADVKltTISKK IN ITU COLUMNS titudes of nngels, the forces of nature, Miuueaiolia. rllOl'LO I.NSIST VVOS IIAVIKO "I have come to rely upon it almost enall organized like nn army a host to Once a week from St. Louts and tirely for the many little thing for which I WHATTIIKV ASK tXMt, IHSyUBlNQ do His will. IMITATIONS. medicine. 1 believe it '.o be especially need ALU BLIlSTITl.TrSI Oil lioatou. PRACTICAL. valuable to old people." In Improved Iinac llrotk. rullmaii touriat sleeping cars. God's book of nature agrees wlta Ills Hitler than tTtr before, at lowest Catarrh l the greatest enemy of old age. Top Snap book of Itcvclutlon In this glorious hope. SlVKTtMKBH possible ralea. sL'rruk. catarrh custriattttauaaaiaa Only with Jciut ns King can these A person entirely free from oM age. is sure Cwrunlete Itapcricnctd excursion conductors. Itouble A free to live to a ha'e and hearty Alao dally service between Chlcaro good timet come, livery convert to book on cntanh sent by the reruns Mediand California.. Christianity It unothrr step towards cine Co., Columbus, O. Cortcapondencc solicited. umsSaHHssVHaVaSaTaaaSnaaMaWMT litem. T. A. QRADY. msrovKnr , gires at taa.a.r CallforaU Toarltl f .rvlo. 3 qulikrellslaailcurasworsl a IV "Mighty hope mnke. tit men." Tenand ra.. lluok IIo IIt.t'linn''. by.NS, III daj.' tr.atm.al R Ik AkUsaa, Ttpaka A Saata la laMwaf . $ tiV.s.l.l'a) nyson. ThensMiranceof a transformed a re llol, allama,Ua. 9 lr 10 Adams Street, C1IICACO. Curea all Throat and Lung-- Affections. world Rives rntlilislnsin and strength, nnd rrndlnrsk to deny oursrlirs for the mlvnllon of the world. A. N. K.-- K 1701 W Oct the ctuuluc Refute nututtlutes. A It Is blessed to have inch Ideals errr Hold br druatltu. In Mm VI WHEX WKITINO TO ADVUKTIBCR Before us, toward whlvli v rony Inbo' ylaaaa alala tkat saw l AvrU sr. BV fMlt f V)if ?M, 7iel, to fir st asal III saa pi well nt hope. tliiide the spoil:" triumphant oirr SAVE STAR TIN TAGS ! 7:1-23- ). j . a rr-nc- & rt-- xed ) donblt-tnrrs- l. ...awv tm xed STAR PLUG TOBACCO MAKE THE TEST mK Ml SFUL m vZJM SHOOTERS SHOOT WINCHESTER !!.... -- 'I -'. Personally i I Conducted I California I Excursions FISH-TACKL- i I :BtM's SURE nnnDCVM J COUGH SYRUR iamvmmtnamsmmf yf f. XlS Ralph Ringwood. A The Counties. Madison County. ItlcllllHIUll Rev. I. Liusoy, former pastor of the A. M. 12. church, was in the city this week on business. Kdgar Park, who was killed in Tuesday, was buried here Wednesday afternoon. , P. Chapman, student of Boren College, spoke ou tho Negro in Business lo n very attentive audience at tho Colored Baptist church. Julian! Rams!!, tho doublo headed girl of Norfork, Yn., exhibited at tho Colored Baptist church ou llth nnd linn oi tins month under tho man agement of Prof. II. C. Stone. She is a marvel. Ir-vi- SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE SCHOOL. fitlltnl ! Mrs. Kmia It. Yiktm, Prun ot Normal Department. IWtoi rnllfgf. Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. THE HOME. t.t Killtnt ly Mux. Katk K, l'lruM. trnclitr In lijr S. V. Maxim, I'nihu-o- r ol lloittciiltiitv, "And how on earth did you got hero" na!d he. "I landed nt Oreon River from n broad-horn,- " said I. "And whero are your companions" "I have none." "WhaW-nlon- I'ollrxe. o!" "Yes." "Whore aro you going T" "Anywhere." "And what have you como hero fori" "To hunt." "Well," said he, laughingly, "you'll make a real hunter; there's no mistaking that! Have you killed Anything" "Nothing but a turkey; I can't get within shot of a deer; they aro always running." Estill "Oh, I'll tell you tho secret of that. Locust Ilrmich. You're always pushing forward, and Sid Rubles moved Sunday. starting the deer at a distance, and gazing at thoso that aro scampering; Ty Isaac is very ill with fever. but you must step ns slow and silent Henry Bicknell was iu town Thursand cautious as a cat, and keep your day. eyes close around you, and lurk from Bom to the wife of John Bicknell tree to tree, if you wish to get a chance a baby girl. at a deer. But come, go homo with Tho measles are raging through me. My name is Bill Smithers; I livo ofT; stay with me a little while, hero to quite an extent. not far Mr. Fred Click and wifo are visit nnd I'll teach you how to hunt." I eladly accented tho invitation of ing her parents at this place. honest Bill Smithers. We soon Miss Stanley Bicknell's school will reached his habitation: a mcro log-hucloso December IB. She will givo with a square hole for a window, and quite an iutertainment. a chimney mado of sticks and clay. Clay Here he lived with a wifo and child. Slilell. He had "girdled" the trees for an aero William Hubbard of Jackson counor two around, preparatory to clearing a space for corn and potatoes ty has moved to tho farm of WashUnder his tutelage I received my first ington Lewis near here. Tutor White of Berea was here effective lessons in "woodcraft." ColThe more I knew of a hunter's life, last week in tho interest of Berea lege. the more I relished it. Tho country, Elijah Lewis and William Huff too, which had been the promised went to Frnnkfort to see the governor land of my boyhood, did not, like inaugurate 1. most promised lands, disappoint me. Vim. Wolfe and J. II. Reed left No wilderness could bo more beauti- here the 12th for Berea to attend colful than this part of Kentucky in those lege. times. Tho forests wero open and Miss Click and Miss Flannery passpacious, with noble trees, some of sed through hero for Berea Wedneswhich looked as if they had stood for day. centuries. There were beautiful prairNews has just reached here that ies, too, diversified with groves and Dcmps Wilder shot his son John clumps of trees, which looked liko near Manchester Saturday night. vast parks, and in which you could Oneida. see the doer running at a great disBull Skin is on a boom. tance. In tho proper season, these Miss Hannah Collins has moved to prairies would be covered in many Brutus. places with wild strawberries, where Samuel T. Burns is studying medyour horse's hoofs would be dyed to icine. the fetlock. Logging men are not through their After I had passed ten or twelve work yet. days with Bill Smithers, I thought Corn gathering and hog killing are it time to shift my quarters. I accord- the work of the day. ingly mado up my bundle, shoulderWe are havine a saw and trrist ed my rifle, took a friendly leave of mill and a store building erected. Smithers and his wife, and set out in Mrs. Rachel Stidems, of Brutus, is quest of one John Miller, who lived visiting relatives and friends at alone, nearly forty miles off, and who Oneida. I hoped would be pleased to have a hunting companion. Drip Rock. I soon found out that one of the Mrs. Nannie Parsons has fever. woodcraft, in most important items in a new country, was the skill to find Mr. J. W. Fowler and R. L. Thom one's way through the wilderness. as are in Clay County measuring logs There were no regular roads in tho for the roru .Lumber Company. Miss Maggie Alcorn nnd John forests, but they were cut up and perleading in all direc- Williams crew tired of livimr in sinplexed by paths trie blessedness and wero united by tions. Some of these were made by Rev. J. W . Parsons. the cattle of the settler?, and were Miss Lcaunah Youui and James called "stock tracks," but others had Stills were married at Richmond. been made by the immense droves of Mr. H. D. Sparks and Mr. Fritz buffaloes which roamed about tho Andrew and families have gonn to country fixni the flood until recent Missouri, where they will make their times. I was a youug woodsman, homes. and sorely puzzled to distinguish ono Tho Cincinnati Cooperage Com-- ! kind of track from the other, or to nanv. a firm that owns several thous- vrifitn niit mv course throuirh this tan- - ands worth of fine timber in this ox arup 'ving staves made. gle. While thus perplexed, I heard Also Lumber Company . a distant roaring nnd rushing sound; nro having logging done. Prospects a gloom stole over the forest. There are bright for industrious men. was now and then an explosion, likou ColUiiswortli. burst of caunourr afur off, nnd tho Tho new store buildings aro leiiig crash of a falling tree. I had heart! completed. of hurrieaues in tho woods, and sur-J. B. Collins is Htrickeu with paralVnised that ono was at hand. It soon ysis, uud is very poorly. came crashing its way, tho forest Ocnr Bromback and wifo have vvrith'ng, and twisting, aud groaning t moved to Grant county. before it. I Wis directly in its course, A. P. Gabbard, of this place, is aud took my stand behind an iui-- J reeling u new residence, menso poplar, six feet in diameter. John and Marion Suiidlin, of DreyIt bore for a time tho full fury of the fus, passed through hero buying blast, but at length begun to yield. furs last week. Seeing it fulling, I scrambled nimbly School at Birch Lick has closed. round the trunk HkeuMjuirrel. Down Mr. Gilbert haw been a good teacher. went, beariug down another tree it Prof. Miihon. of Berea, siaid over with it. I ci cut under the trunk as n shelter, and was protected from other night with your correspondent last trees which tell around mo, but was week ou lus way through the mount- .i . .. . .1 i i. . sore all over, iruiu tuo twigs umi am counuo tu mo interest ot Uerea branches driven agaiust me by the College. obituary. blast. Mrs. Suda Gabbard, wifo of Win. This was tho only incidoiit of eou- sequence that occurred on my way to Gabbard, Jr., died at her home Do John Miller's, whore I arrived on tho cember 0, lHDi), of what was supjiosed She following day, and was received by to have leon consumption. the veteran with the rough kiixlnohs Icavos a husband uud three small Ho had been children to mourn hor loss. The of u iu these parts from tho earliest fettle- - deceased was a daughter of Calvin monts, uud had signalized himself in and ltosaim Powell, of Kir by Knob, tho hard coullicts with the Indians, She joined the Udptlst church at which guinea nemucKy tne upeiiu- - iwrby JUioo nbout livo years ago tion of "the Bloody Ground." In ouo and has lived a Christian lift). In of these fights ho had narrowly escap- her last moments said nil she dreaded ed, when hotly pursued, by jumping to die for was leaving hor husband from a precipice thirty feet high Into and children. Her remains were laid at rest ut the Hamilton cemetery a river. near McKVe. (Tot County. t, County. Jackson County. 1 ' j n'ltl.) During Hlckness, Ono little girl eleven years old Appealing to a mother recently to much, but taking n year through It is Tho moist heat which will quell all writes me that she hns not missed a but the most violent inflammation is put her daughter Into school, sho a good deal. It amounts to $,'1,00 n lay's school In tho five months which conveniently attained by means of raised tho objection that education month If thny work '210 days a have just ended. She sends this oumcc8, winch ll is desirable that stwiled young folks for works that year, allowing somo lost time." story which slio has copied for Tub every ouo should know how to make, many times Remombcr that this In an Increaso after parents had spent rol'LTICE. Citizen. all tho money they could raise in d.io to belter ability ou account of n Pour sullicicnt boiling woter over Tho Doctor's Htory. (ground) to nuiko it as schooling their children, it was only liltlo schooling. They will work no "You know nothing about intomper- - the as thick thick cream, uud let tho mix to seo them get too good for hard harder than tho (50 cent men. It ance,' said a noted physician. I turn simmer n few minutes. Apply work, lako to leaching school, and would take $800 drawing interest nt could write volumes that would nmazo as not, as can do oorue. then, as the good woman put It, "Get 0 percont to earn n man $10 n year. rtRCAD AND WATER POULTICE. you. married aud that's tho end of it ns So just n year or two of schooling Simmer old bread iu clean water "Write ono," I said. smoothly. far as Wing any benefit to their folks when they wero lioys was worlh lo until soft enough "It would lie a breach ot honor. A Crackers may ho to mashinstead of that raised 'em. The writer was rath- these men tho same as $800 capital used physician, liko n Romish priest, may bread, if necessary. Apply hot. er of tho opinion that that was liable invested. If one of them had gono not betray the confessional;" ofter a INDIAN MEAL POULTICE. to be the end of it in any case, but on till he secured n course equal (o momont ho added: "Our profession Stir tho corn meal into lwiliiiL' wa did not care to press tho argument in the two yearn Applied Science courm takes us into homes. And lives aud ter, cook until as thick ns can be that quarter, and ho retreats to tho that Berea now offers, how much hearts that seem all bright and happy, spread. Apply immediately. fortified columns of The Citizen. uculd that have added to his earnsum:nr elm poultice. aro often miserable from sickness of It may be hanl to sny That is a ing capital Pour lioiliug water over iwwdcrcd Does nn education pay the soul." slipiwry elm bark, and if necessary to fair question, nnd deserves n candid exactly, nut i lutvo in mind n young "Thero must bo 601110 scenes that it get the right "liody," ndd n little ol '"f common nmiuy except answer. If it siioils n iktsoii for charcoal. Apply at once. would be proper for you lo tell me," I '""I uncommon determination, work and unfits him for the real MUSTARD POULTICE, NO. 1. urged; "please think of some." life, then It hardly pays to lWHwnsn good "hand" as wo say, Stir into hot vinegar enough ground ties of "I was called to the wife of n distinprobably could have secured iu sure, nnd there seem on the face of to make ns thick ns mush. guished gentleman. Her husband mustard i"try $H a month and hin things to lw such cases. Because n,,,mt POULTICE, sat by her bod fanning her, and a Mix MUSTARD quantities NO 2.ground person prefers to teach school to ou a farm. He went to the d of equal lovely boquot of flowers ou tho stand mustard, (lour, nnd corn meal in ini: ties or breaking flax does not Agricultural College and by very by her side. Two little girls were warm water until just thick enough prove any spoiling necessarily, and if ,mnl work P"l himself through u playing quietly in the room. It was to run. Spread over the cloth, and if a youug man can earn fiftv dollar nlfo,lr Kn course. Ah soon nn he a charming picture af lovo aud devo- a very quick action is desired, sprink- month nt teaching school and only WhH through, u place was offered him le a little clear mustard over this. tion. If white of egg is used in which to thirty at hewing ties, let us see how- - where he saved $.Ci a month, after " 'My wifo fell down stnirs,' said stir the iniiitnnl, the oulticc will not it will figure out. The school will paying board, or ho had doubled his her husband, 'and I fear has hurt her- blister. It is necessary to either only ruu five mouths iu Kentucky, earning capacity. Interest at that grind your mustard seed or lw tare self seriously.' tho ground mustard you buy is but hin gain per month will Ik; $21). time wan 7 per cent aud it would "I examined her shoulder. It was utromj. drawing thin rato for that time, or $100, leaving him haie taken $2,7-1.swollen aud almost black, and ono rib All classes of poultice should lie able to earn as much during tho rest of interest to have m cured him an of an oblong piece was broken. spread on one-hal- f of the time as he wrs lcforr, so we much as his added ability enabled " 'How do you find herl' asked her of thin cloth, the other then folded him to earu in a year. But thin wan over tho spread mass aud the loose have a gain of $100 for the year due husband, anxiously. to education. Hainan puts money not all. In two 'years more ho was edges joined this is " 'I will ask the questions, if you 'done, and thowith thread. It applied poultice when at interest at f per cent it will take promoted to a place which cleared n please. How did you so injure your is covered with dry cloths, all $2,000 to earn him $100 iu a year, so him$M a mouth, and allowing that superfluous moisture aud self' he would have tMen able to earn $20 crumbling or running plasters is is it not fair to say that the young " 'I foil ou tho stairway.' teacher's added ability in worth as a mouth by that timo on a farm, here avoided. "I hesitated. I was not in a Paddy rt ..:i. . -- i .. :..i.i i... much lo earn for him as $2,000 In was Mill a gain of f.'K) a month or shanty, but in the house of a well !.. -- f f !....' the bauk would ! There are a !.HiO a year to he credited to his eduknown aud unstained man. I re ex- nothing impoverishes the air sooner. good many who hnve tried it and cation, representing at the same rale Where osible, use sperm candles. amined her side. the truth of this proposition, of interest an invested capital of a Don't forget to have a few coffee realize '"When did she fall' I asked. yet who could hardly Iks convinced little over $."i,WX). " 'Last night,' ho said, after a sec- lx'rries to use as a deodorizer. Tar, Aro there such oportunitiea still turpentine, or carbolic acid are also that there is nn education for the ond's pause and a glance at her. good deodorizer, aud sawdust is also fanner that will do quite as much iu The country is full of them. Ask "My resolve was taken. claimed to be a good disinfectant. proportion for him. The school the president of any agricultural or " 'Please show me the place on the I These must all be dropped on a hot )ositiotis are comparatively few and mechanical college or trade school, stairs where she struck" I said to lid or on live coals. Don't throw coal upon the fire; even now wo see tho competition and he will tell you that there aro her husband, rising and going out. place it in paper bigs, aud lay for these Tery clce, but in the great more iKxitions calling for skilled He followed me. them upon the fire, thus avoiding busy world of trade, manufacture, reliable, conscientious, young men " 'I was not with her when sho fell', noise. than hin graduates can fill. I have Don't let stale flowers remain in a and agriculture there are hundreds of a letter to answer thin morning from he said. allow flowers with positions awaiting the youug man sick room; neither "The injury was not from a fall and strong oders in the room. who is trained and ready for them. n person owning a largo tract of valit was not done last night. Never try Don't hare the temperature of the They are of nil grades ot training, uable timber and mineral land Inthii to deceive a doctor. room much over sixty degrees; seven- judgment, and responsibility. Last ntato. A manager la wanted to take " 'Sho begged me not to tell you ty is allowable, but not advisable. charge at once. The salary Don't bo unmindful of yourself if summer the writer had occasion to the truth.' represent would a you aro the nurse. To do faithful employ several men in getting out offered " 'Then get another physician I work you must have proper food and Three among them could great mahy thousands invested at K timber. said. regular hours of rest. not read or write. They could uot per cent. The requirements are that " 'I will tell you the whole truth. Don't forget that kindness and ten- reod tho figures on a tar lino or rule. " man shall be inleltgtnt, reliable, Night before last, I had been out to derness are needful to successful nur- and could not bo trusted to measure honest, and qualified to manage such sing. dinner.' Don't give the patient a full glass off three fet or ten feot on a log. a business; one who can lw trifled " 'I saw your brilliant speech in the of water to drink from if the amount the entire They could only chop or pull .saw he should hnve is limited. The thirst or wield a maul aa directed. One (J BUCi, paper. Was it I ,nen ng that, and men are will be satisfied it tho glass can be r " 'Partly. Most could not leave them at a peieo of never long out of emplo. menU The drained. speeches are to a degree. 1 came During tho day attend to the nec work at all without danger or a mis mountains of Kentucky 'have thous- home excited by tho fint dinner, wit, essaries for use during the night, so take being made. They were glad )nn,,f of. "uph tnci wh'?h ' are buying up aud getting rt ady to wisdom, and wine of the evening and that tho rest of the putiont and famiowork alfiOcentsaday aud board avoop Are the mountain boys went not to bed, but to the closet and ly may not !o disturbed. I ting ready for such responsibility, or Prepare tho food iu a tempting drank heavily. My wifo heard me, Two other men who could read and must the foremen and mauagers and manner aud take it to the patient. bo brought from nnd came down hoping to coax me Don't ask what he would like. write and figure a little, and who, bo- - j superintendents this much Mluentinn. Pr other states where education in val- upstairs, as she had done many times. Don't lean ot sit upon tho bed. Don't appear auxious, however alsoof better judgment worked 1 But she was too late. My reason and forget this. The, j manhood were gone, and I pounded L're:it vonr anxietr. uuurii cents. humh cj making power of an education in No family should bo without a hot Now not the highest value after all. But her, and loft her. Sho tried to fol- water bag. nmma vieurwaKr lit it than the others at 00 low me, but fell on the stairs. After The Ladies' World. 15 cents u day does not seem to bo it is well worth counting. i a time she crawled, sho says, up stairs and went into the nursery and slept with tho little girls. I slept late and woke with a fierce headache, and went out at once, thinking no breakfast aud the out door air would clear my mind for my morning engagement. I pledge you my honor I had forgotten I struck my wifo. When I came back last n'ght I found her suffering, but sho would not permit a physician should be sent for, lent it should disgrace me. I think she really beliovea that she hurt herself, more or less, when she fell.' And with an honest quiver of the chin he added, 'She is an nugel, and wine is a devil.' " 'What nro wine bibbem' ' 'Own children of their father. Is my wife seriously hurt' r n- - BEREA HAS 15 BUILDINGS ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN " 'I cannot tell yot. I fear sho is.' I'OIINDKll "More absolute, untiring devotion aciianoi: niii I MM KVKUYIIODV uo man over gave a wife than he gave (from 20 states.) Ilest Library in Kentucky. No Saloons. Over iiO touchers, 700 students her while she lived ami suffered. When her noble, true, loving heart ceaed to throb, ho was unconsolable. For those NOT siiillcloiitly ndvnnccd to get u teacher' certlUcatet His lovo and devotion were tho Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two yeoia. I. themo of every lip. Ho has gono to II. Model Schools, preparing for Nonnnl uud tho advanced courses. her now in that laud of uo license. For tliosu siifllclciitly advanced to get a teacher's certificate ; III. Furuiing uud Agriculture, gardening, stock ruining, forestry, etc, two years. No ono but myself ever knew the IV. Domestic Science -- Sewing, Cooking, etc, two years. 0. 11. truth. V. Normal Course for teachers threo yenrs, with practice teochiug. VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for Codege. for business, aud for life. Miss Rena Mosher, uutioual organFor those more ad vuueed : VII. College Com son - Classical, Philosophic!, uud Litornry. Adjunct DeparlnientH t VIII. Music. Reed Organ, Choral (free). Vocal, Piano, Thoory. izer of the Woinaus' Christian IX. Uerea General Hospital Two years' course iu the care of tho sick. Union, urrived here Monday to and was invited by the College IWea places tlm best education in reach of ull. It Is not a momy making Institution. Its instruction is a address tho public Tuesday night frooirift. It uinw to help Ihosu who vuluo education aud will help themselves, and charges a small incidental foe tho tchool apart from instruction. Students must also pnv for their board. Expenaoa for term at tho Chapel. Mrs. E. L. Hanson to meet oxpeuses of brought $21, about half of which must lie paid In advance. lw to the ladies of (12 weeks) may endorsed by within tendered a reception Haptifts, Congregationalists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, aud good people of Tho school is the community In her honor Tuesday all denomluatiou. For iiiformution or friendly advie ttddre the VieePrettdent, GEO. T. FAIHC1IILI), LL.D., Ilerca, Madison Co., ICy. afternoon. FLAX-SKEllax-seed jiow-deredii-i'1hew-hoarnnuoy-aneofroiJ wine-inspire- Home IMucntlounl Mathematics, IUrr Collrgt. -- gj after-dinne- Ptt 1 liin-miuuu- uu ""jHo S BEREA COLLEGE DEPARTMENTS: Tem-perenc-