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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 27, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899122701_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 27, 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. 1 SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000. VOL. I. The Citizen. DtToted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY COc a Tmt 28. BEKKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1899. NO. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KtllTOH unci MANAOKH. fill. I.hed ;.iVnl at Locals and Personals. Mr. MahalTy is recovering from quite a nlrVnmn. Tim Baptist Church hnd s Christ- mns Iron Monday night. Ernnst W. Todd is quite sick with bronchial trouble. Her. E. A. Paddock of Weisor, Ida ho, it visiting his three children here. Frank Coyle of Berea and Cynthia Have of ildie were married Wed uemlay night, the '21st. William N. Hanson and family of Winchester spout Christmas with parents in Deren. A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter it lh M offlra of at Till: OITIZKN, Keren. Ky. i Imi, A'y., as eerond etixu Season in Men's and Boys' Fine Stylish Made TY7Karrprepan-i- OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every nrc sirln. Readinc is a crcat thine but it makes a big difference u'h it vnu read. Tub Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the im- nrtant news the news from bV.ishinnton and ... o. capital, from our far off islands, from our For the bors everywhere. wc nave a story young folks mid .i Bible lesson: for house wives, a few new ideas each which should lichten wi'i-l- i their labors; for the farmer sonic valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best iilivs that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass tnem arounu iivonp our readers. The rc- sou.ccs of Bcrca College are nnt fur its students alone. The editor of this paper can at any tm.e step into the largest lihrarv in the State, and he has engaged several.. of the t i t i. .P most uisunguisucu lnbixutiuis charge in the College to take of snecial departments in the miner. Those who arc visited by The- - Citizen will know t what is going on in the world. Hvcry week it will tell them .orni thine worth knowing. The Citizen is pledged tone maw a isibitu. iTOliy. His uvuiy things which for the benefit all temperance, thrift, kindness, enterprise, and education. And wc ask all who believe in these things to subscribe tor hie citizen. ChrMinM this wookl A M rry ChrUtmiw to you! Willie Mullins, a former stu dent, spent Christmas, with his wife, at Mr. and Mrs. Kindred's. the State Miss Helen Putnam, now student soldiers in in Illinois Stato Normal School, is neigh spending the holidays in Bcren. Tho "Annex" Sunday School hnd a Christmas treo Monday afternoon. Iter. Paddock, who was tho founder of this school, contributed the oranges. E. O. Dodgo learos Friday for Cumberland Gap, Tun., where he will teach for the remaindor of th school year. rightly made, absolutely l to rlolli you with the lowest-prim!- , Clothing In Amerira. Klghtlyniade, as It h of ftnom "Vitals" Brand Clothing-Tailoreready-to-w- i a strictly Klcntlfle ImuIi In clran, welt on Hi only ar because the Inside, the ventilated workroom. 1'erfect flttlnr and very life of the garment, li cartfulneM In making, repnaents the ex"VIUl,' Ihe penditure of time and thought, ami la a ilftkW contrast to the tailoring urn In (,'lothlng. The Fatirire that we how are the rery newest ordinary designs that will lie aeen thin Hinn, Many confined exrluthely to u. In tka fan of Ihe atxire farl. The most extraordinary feature combining our great offer If, that we can and do II our Clothing at GLOTHI3STG-W l 1 "JENNESS MILLER" SHOES For Women Arc the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO :07 west Main St RICHMOND, KY Clothing lor leu money Than elsewhere. How ran we afford to sell such high-grad- e than elsewhere? Our aniwer li pnre and simple; Our la a modem tore, constructed ttrlctly on progressive ilan, our Clothing la sold on the smallest margin of profit, depending on a large rolume or business. The more Clothing we aell, the greater our purchasing power the lower our prlcea, thal'a the story In a nutshell. 4 LESS MONEY The Berea Monumental Co. The remit of good work and reasonable prices is that to now have customers in all parts of the State When you ican COVINGTON & MITCHELL RICHMOND Christmas on Rocky Fork. crratlon, 'lone UP like lilt i tnwanla CbrUtmaa Day, uttn'-ap- , In U h a At people krrp f dcvrlUli wajr; The Chrltmai "Okliratlon" ain't what Anythi g in the monumental line Let us know and we will send you designs and prices - - KENTUCKY J Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. The Junior Endeavor and the Jun ior S. S. united in a Christmas tree and entertainment Saturday after noon. A happr time is reported. Prof. James Madison Chapman of Miami University, Oxford, O., former teacher of our Miss Robinson gave intertting elocutionary road ings Saturday night in the Chapel This treat was provided by tho College for the students and the public Prof. Chapman also addressed the Endoaror meeting Sunday. I'nti Christmas is past Now comes NEW YEAR'S Resolve that henceforth you will buy only ROGERS brand of silv er ware 'Silver Plate that Wears JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. fUCfpW CAIIKIT erea, Ky. For nrarljr ererr fellcr'a a join' to hare a "iprec." Hut Itort tot, Hit DIU UWIM8 MACHINC f tUM,l.O.I.M4.j. tZtmlmZ. 'ittKRSSf row? veu.vv.ftoa Special Offer Price $15.50 S1VC ini wuim HAKfaiia ice MONTHS 'at I 'rordln' tn mjr lllMc. the ran I'arn U 'at Chrlitmas ort to be a mlchtj peaceable cnnnarn; Hit It a time when drlnkln' 'n' rowiljln' ahoald reaae. In place o' harln' deratment we ahould hare peace! I b'llere 'at all alrh doln'a.at the Ume when Chrlat wax born. It bound toromeactn 'emattbeRlturec- tlnn Mom. At leaat. In my opinion, thar'a no peace an' no itood will In rlppln' round an' drlnkln', 'n' ihootln' fit to kill! Bat, Stranrer, I mint tell re 'boat the Chrla'mm here, laat year, Uow, at a turkey ihootln', trouble aflat- lered fur an' near. How pereral Smith, an' Meaaera met up an' ralord a fuat, An all IheChrli'mua rlnktnnu Juit aetred to make 'em wuaa. Younr Andjr Smith wui lovln' Joe Meaaer'a sal, 'n' he Wilt wantln' har to raarry aome other chap, ye aee; But the waa purty plucky, an' wouldn't rome hi way. An' 'lowed he'd marry Andy, whatever he mlrht aay. He locknl her up or watched her whenever aho wut out; Therklnd h" kep' a twnterln', Jlat hootln' round about. Hard feel In' kep' a rmwln', till Chrla'-m- il rolled around. peered An' Hill they kep' on hootln tike, tohearhttanund. Abe Stiver bt 7i rrr.u for ecb Wo tnil IT Tt'SEC Uni. WMl1CfOrtalnaittiB4 Mlar Baha4 butt lk in forthU PBur DUI C AllS XT -- rdt HiD TS1AI In M ft. 10. ILKD1CK iEWAKE OF HV11TATIOWS mrnUtiTTlng Birattwi uodrr TWi-u' i unM, ,i"t?7"y?, tftjintlwith H ESURD1CK J. D. Bridge, Editor "Democrat, Lancaster, N. H. says, One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy for croup I erer used." Immediately ro-Itevea and cures coughs, colds, croup, pneumonia, asthma, bronchitis, grippe, and all throat and all lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr. Urrntb VsWWSfA'BgPSZt aicnin aiDi. iih rna ur ivii. Mad. kriac. knt aaaUrUlaunf SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK College Items. Tutor White lectured last night. Mrs. Mary Pasco Gould is spend Mimtr.H On. W lUostrmtln shows macaloa J clOMl(braadrcppiiicin.Ei nlitabaiunl HiMWUk,ila r 4.U, th. olh.rora with full leiijth Ukli ud bnd tn puctor ewlnir. a fkrT4r.r..UtaallfcM ikilMMfMaLMiwrf m bod an) drwrattd ratincc flnl.h, nuit Iron dra war polla mu oa faar caatfra, adjoiut I. Irnsl. rolri.Bni jthakl.lilud. rum lu Mirk ana mm, pmiwiarnwiiunitwa.tix urvaaina wlDraUna Mltlil, aalomaua bobbin wlnd.r. adjmuua bfarl.tra, patrnl Untloa Ubratar.lniprtiTw4 loos. ht.U sdjuiublo pm.aro root, ImproT.d shuttl leairtor, paUal Mwdlabar. . pauatdrsscnanf.a-4lIMiwh llotl.rt sW sraaaraud sad hMMInsht Msrwi UllUto4 GUARANTEED IUImnM bi.Um MfktawJ. bwf a hnkM ud air auasni rank. al.nU.lW ! atructloa Book tsIlaatthowanron.eaaranUaBddo.ltharplalaoraaw kind of fancy work. 1 tOTars tl.aisg Gwsrssu. Is snt with .T.rT thlI IT MCTG Vnil NnTUIMn sssadwslslhmtl. mmmm tlwIA " yonr atmkwwr i.lls at S4S.M m tho tK .m .n voar ftwivkt ar. saTlna: tas.0. to U9.0O. ami. and than If aoaTtnced tatt B TO Rrrntj TAC aia.ia If st any tlm. within tbrs. months you ssy yoaaranol satllflad. .ana JOITT DELAY. (Hoara, Rahoe A Co.are tkiiraeh!T nllablaKdftor.) auut ull kn rm if .n Mdresj. SFARP ROEBUCK & u... CO, Unc.) Chlcaco. ct III. ing tho holidays with her husband in Chicago. Teeters has moved into part of the new College houso on the uicumonu piko. C. Let us call your attention to our J. "1847 Rogers Bros. Triple plated" Knives and Forks. They are made to wear, and considering: thequality,style and finish, can make you a very low price. The knives are plated on the best of steel, and the forks on hard white nickel silver. They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. I. 000, Proprietor. Pobtos. Holhlng Bat Tbt lob Printing Dirt Cheap of Job printing at very cheap rates Here are a few sample prices: . $i 35 500 White envelopes . 1 00 500 Ruled Note Heads Letter-head- s . 1 25 500 Ruled s 1 50 13 lines . 500 1 50 500 Regular Statements . . 500 6 x g Hand bills 1. 100 . " 1 50 500 9x11 " . 1 25 500 Business Cards . Bill-head- We are prepared to do all kind Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. Tho A, D, and C Rhetorical classes Clirntmaa giftl There! wo said it Hint, m ploase send us your subscrip enjoyed a masquerade social Christ mas night in Science Hall. tion! IDEAS. If iho my razor to split kindling, I'll lm nothing loft to shave with. If I ikj my bad clothtw for horso I'll have nothing loft to sleep uuilor. and carry on at overy lit If I tlo aehe and pain, my friends will not know cue ugh to go for tho doctor when I'm sick and likoly to dio. If I x:ty that I "lovo" sweet pota-to- o ami "adoro" npplo pio, when 1 only met ii that I like thorn, I'll not hnvo hiiv stronger words loft with which to tell my swoetheart or my wife how much I think of hor. Perhaps hhe will lx like the littlo girl who wild ilio did not lovo hor papa ami minima, "because lovo moans to wit up!" If 1 form a habit of using God's nitino iu M.vearing, or even if I nay "Lord it' mercy 1" whou tho wind bloivH mv hat off, it will sound like mvi'iiriiig when I am converted and am trying my very boat to pray. I g-i- BURTON, The Photographer, DKALKIt IN AMATEUR SUl'PLIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Berea a specialty. Miss Mary Vincent, of Chicago, will come next week to take charge of the Berea General Hospital. J. H. Bird, former student of Berea, who has been teaching at London Ky., spout Christmas at Berea. Ho left for Wilberforce, 0., Tuesday. Tho soven oil portraits of Berea'a early workers which Miss Bartlett has been painting for the College are completed and ready for oxhibition. Although enlarged from photographs and not sketchod from life, they im press one as speakiug likeuessos. The list is as follows: Iter. John G. Fee, Jacob Etnerick, (one of tho original trustooa,) Pres. E. II. Fuirchild, Prof. J. A. It. Rogors, Prin. B. S. Hunting, and Prof. A. E. Todd Miss K. Gilbert. Whilo in our midst, Miss Bartlett has also done a portrait of tho mother of Pres. Frost and duplicate painting of Pres. Fairchild ami Priu. Hunting, here at hi old place. hal a ttukry-ihootln- ', down -- Chrl'miu Day, an' tbti I aay, 'twut p'lntly a illNtracc To Rocky Fork an' every Chrlitlan family on hit, too, To aee how awful ihabby that gang o' On GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S ortlmfor 50 emit extra, or on icUl jurpay the pottage on any me qf the atw email hand bilU or bxulnett carl; 23 rente extra. Ordert mutt be paii (or In admnet. Write the Copy VKR Y plainly. We te Mail orders carefully attended to. men did do. They irot a lot o' whltky, an' rallied round a tight, The Smith Uiya and the Hewn had a e flitht. An' two or three young Mcaser cot brulMHl about tho head. An' Andy Smith, poor feller, wut carried homo for dead. He rallied, but 'moat everybody thought that he 'ud die: III sweetheart didn't do a thing but pine around an' tlgh, Until b looked to weakly that her ttuhWn dad live In An' ald be watn't almlu' to bout her 'round ax'ln. But Andy wai tnUtrunlliil.-- at lut when he gut well, Ho went nut o' the county, and Hayed a good longrpt'lli Ha didn't write In Katie, but tllpped around one dy. When the ol" folk wa'n't tutpeclln', he took her an' run away. When they got luick Joe Meoaer aa ao mail he nnuMn't tpeak, But they talked hit over 'n' buried Ihe tomahawk lant week; We'd have ef ne'er a feller 'ud pull a LIVERY. A full line of Sooons. Sucar Shells, Butter Knives, etc in "1847" goods always on hand. Let u Uiow them to you. STUDENTS' JOB PRINT, Berea, Kentucky. Yon LEWIS A. DAVIS, Medicine and Surgery, Office Want GOOD GLASSES Berea., Ky. at Residence E. B. McCOY, Dentist, our Notwithstanding Christmas trade, which was the best we ever had, we have still good supply of suitable Berea, Kentucky. H. C JASPER, M. D. Office la to jour ryra are actually dauKrrous. I know It. and you ouitht to know It. 1 will not attempt to suit Klassca to your eyea until I know what la needed. K) va exaiutued free. Ulaifcca that aro not proiwtly adjusted IF you want them at all I Until Farther Notice Subscribers to X A Nice line of Novelties in MEDICINE and SURGERY, JEWELRY. Puthcr Building, Richmond, Ky Telephone 103 & 109 T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. DEXTAL SUltQEllY. How to read TUB CITIZEN. First, r ad IDEAS, tho first thing in tho pnp.T. Second, read Korea Local if you live hern, or tho County News ou page four if you live at a distance Third, read tho throo Special Department on page four. Fourth, hunt around and find what olso there is that you want to read. You iiiuy iiH 'u0 best tH"'rJ 'n t'10 papur if you stop too booh. I.iHtly, totid our valuable advertisements and thou ojwn tho paper bo uh to look on tho iusida pages for tho Siiuday School losaou uudothor things that will iiitcrest you. THE CITIZEN may get also i: NOVELTIES FOR NEW YEAR'S A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith Building, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. Telephon., llasldrnce, No 09, Office, No 00. The Toleflo Blade or i !:Tli3 For 50c a Year. All for $1 00 a year. j PRESENTS Commercial whlky rora The right kind ( a Chrlt'inut, thtt year, on Hocky Fork. Makion IUuoi.0 Frkuciuck. J. OJlce ly C. MORGAN, IDentalto Surgery, Hours, 3 12 A.M., Richmond, Ky. Dyspepsia Kodol Cure Digests what yon eat. -w. ! Don't Miss It Gome at Once ! All HuhscriptiouB through Tub Citizen. must coino Lagrippo, with its after effects, destrovH thousands of people. It mar be nuicklv cured br Quo Mia- uto Cough Cure., tho only remedy thut produces itnuiediato results in coughs, coltls, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, aud throat troubles. It will proreut consumption. S, . Welch, J r, T. A. ROBINSON, JEWELER AND ltoS P. M. Natioual Bauk Bulldiug sfyy.TTTW.T OPTICIAN. DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHTS PATENTS ADVICE OUIAINtU Notice la AS TO PATENTABILITY BEREA, - KENTUCKY. "Uoh toobtalu l'litcnta" Cnarat modtrat. No (t till patent la secured. Lctura strictly confMenual. Aaarcaa. C, Hook E. 8. SICCERS. Pateat ' Invinlno Ago " FREE D. , tif , Washington, Nature tn Btructlng the exhausted digestive organs. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. 1. No other preparation .... - al can approacn n in cinucuwy. f. iu it I stantly relieves anil ticrnianentlycures Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick ricadache.Gastralgia.Cramps.and iuutirii'ciuiKvi,iuu. ail oiner resuusm DaWlttACoCljleoM. Prtpartdby E. C. 8. 13. W13LOH. Jit. It artl flclally digests the food and aids strengthening- and recon THE CITIZEN. T. LOST PROMISES. Mr When 1 left my way In the golden dsys hurt crew sway from the rood. 0. PASCO, Editor nl Minaf r. IIEIIEA, KKNTUCKY 1 strolled at eve In the wood; Now 1 often stind On the shell-strew- n sand And think of the teas between. Where An entire new rIkm covering hM men ordered lor the roof of tlir Cry fa' pnlnce, In London. The totr.l rdnss urea to he covered in nbout 15 acres, The result!) of preliminary surveys lor petroleum on the Island of Suma tru are so encouraging that the land examined by a Itusslnn engineer from Itnkti has been leased and wnrklnir.i will shortly be commenced. The rie- ttoieum thus round will probably be mipped to Japan and China. There Is n zinc and lend mine In Dv v'clson county, North Carolina, which I In the ronl nil nf nn 1'ni.lUl. ...II. cnto, which Is doing well. This no curries copper in Its ore, while the other zinc and lend nil nr. In tin. county, which Is down GOO feet, tdiovvs ... . 11 My heart passed away from the trua When my dream were young. And my harp was hung On willow In the sunlit dew. While I laughed nt will At the sleeping; hill. That wakened to anawer mi. heart grew away from the sky That howrred it Joy When I was a boy. When tear never blinded my eye; Hut with hope and care. And an earnest prayer. Will bring nil that hna cone ntvny. -- Harvey P. Layton, In Atlanta My K similar ore, nut without any copper sate had taken tl.cmselves olT, and a number of servant and followCorn would still be standing In the fields of Marshall county, Knn., If the er were enjoying here the result of raids on the supper tables. women had not turned out nnd helped Outside, however, everything was in orto gather It. The crop was unusually der, for De Leyva was a thorough soldier. large this year, nnd help was not to I found both the Spaniard and De Ilriconnct be secured at nny price. The women, cursing their luck at being on the guards, icelng that men could not be secured, and attacking a capon which they were nnd that the crop was going to wnste. vaulting down with copious draughts of Their duties kept them turned out und husked the corn them- and It was a poor supper they were selves. making, by the light of torches, seated together on the steps of the Vatican. The French war olllce Is rejoicing "What! out already, cavalierc!" asked over n new civilizing influence which he Ilriconntt. "Is the cardinal going!" may outdo even our dum-du"No, but there is a little business," I anbullets. called It Is a rifle, and experiments have swered, us I (liable! Jacopo. Can I not come!" "Nam du proved how deadly a weapon It Is. At "It would be a relaxation," said Dc Leyva. 2,000 yards the bullet went right am afraid not, gentlemen, although we "I through a horse placed obliquely to thank you. Here, jacopo! Get three ol the line of fire, the bones in the track our fellows and follow me. Tell the others of the bullet being shockingly to hold their horses." smashed. It was done in a twinkling, and in a few steps, having harked Lack, we were In the There are places where it is danger l'apal gaideus. fhe casino or cus to wear a ring on one s finger. A of the pope was in full light, nnd we directed workman in the Augusta cotton mill our steps there without tlilRcuIty. I madi men Jacopo nml got his hand too near n pulley, on two of our behindwalk in front, remained in the third us. and we which was n hook, and this hook the middle. Strict order were given to caught n, ring on the man's hand. Ho hare swords ready, and to use them at knew that If he did not break the one. Except for the moonlight, the gardens ring or finger his arm would go, and ha threw himself backwards, tearing themselves were not illuminated, and as the linger entirely from his hand, but wc tramped along the aths I thought to myself how easy it would have for string his arm. Michelotto to have got rid ol liotli fct. myself, if wc had been fools roandc Since the report that Miss Josephine enough andgo to without escort. Urexei was about to renounce the Nothing happened. We reached the world nnd enter a convent a report casino and waited there a full hour; but that was promptly denied the young there was no ign of Micbelotto. At last I lost patience. woman has been overwhelmed with "He never meant to cross a sword with letters from people yvho would be you, chevalier. I can bear witness you were willing to burden themselves with n tryst. e have escaped a here, part or the whole of her fortune of felon's and kepttogether. Come back it is blow, $10.00,000 which she would not bo getting late even for bis eminence." We Imely to need after taking tho veil. turned, and made our way back, but it was She has recently joined a swell dunc-In-g & good two hours before D Amboiso retired Bayard had gone on long before, declining club of New York city. all offers of escort. When we readied the-To enable travelers to cross lta palace we found he had arrived safely. I wished St. Armando a good night, with channel without suffering from sen a Frenchman hr.s designed more respect frr him in my heart thanmyI a submarine boat to bj compelled by eTer felt before, and turned to seekthere apartment. Late as it was, however, cable traction, tho ino'.ite power be- was to be no sleep for me, as De Ilriconnct, ing electricity. The boat will ac- whose brain the Falcrian had merely made commodate mo passougcM and per- more lively, insisted on accompanying me, form the journey Ir. one hour. Should and we split another flask, and talked of the .ables become il.xcl In goin rjcr falconry till the verge of the morning. the drums, the boa: can lie detached CHAITEK XVIII. so that It may rise to the surface and THE OPAL- TUNG. continue the journey like nn ordinary 'His eminence will await the Signor' vessel. Donati at supper this evening." Defauru delivered his message, received Several of the largest abandoned copper mines In Knstern Maine will hi anawer, and tripped away, his little page's cap set on nain be operated. The. Maine copper ueadL and the jauntily his the side of his baft of mines were In successful operation in against tho silver chain which held it to lh79, nnd Bhowed good profits while his belt. As for me, my heart leaped at the copper was quoted nt 14 cents. The words, for I felt sure my business was come. mines could also be operated on a and, summoning Jacopo, I gave him the ntylng bnsls with copper at 12 cents, necessary order to have our men in readi ness for an immediate start. 1 then sought but the crash came when the Wisconsin mines put down the price of cop- St. Annande, and told him what I exact per to eight cents. Now that copper ed. "I am ready," he said, simply. Is so high, It will be very profitable "Very well, then sup lightly, and await to mine it. me in my apartments. I turned back. ndon reaehincrov rooms Taper teeth are the latest thing In was surprised to find I had a visitor await. dentistry. For yenrs some substance ing me. it was Lorte. A 1 have said, he has been sought for which could re- has cast rside his fantastic dress, and was robed as a doctor. He still kept his heavy place the composition commonly under his ana, and for making teeth, nnd n for- bookcurious seamed face, andthe feiturcs of hi thin, bloodless tune awaited the man who was lucky lips, were at. pale a if he had arisen from enough to hit upon the right mate- the dead. His eyes alone blazed with an rial. Although paper has some dis- unnatural brilliancy, hut he was outwardly advantages, they are small compared calm. to its many qualifications, nnd paper 'I camo hut to see if you were safe, sig- teeth are likely to be used exclusive- nore, after last night," he said, a he took my hand. ly, nt least, until a more perfect "1 hanks, I replied, offering bim a scat, Is found. 'wc are all quite safe. Nothing hapiicned. don was not tr 'e. Either lie hud The rapid development of Africa Is The hi mind we were too strong due to the gold, Iron, coal nnd other chained in foiee. mineral deposits. The Klmberly "A little of both. I should think," he said. mines are locuted In Tiritbli territory, with a thin smile, as he placed hi book on just outside the boundaries of the the table. "Signore," he went on, "are you Orange Free State, about COO miles not a little surprised and curious to see me "from Cape Town, nnd supply 99 jer a I am!" "Well. McMer Corte. I will own to it. cent, of the diamond:! of soinmcrce. Out 1 am honestly glad that fortune Hie existence of these mines was un- given the wheel a right turn for you." has known prior to 1S07, nni lnco their It is not fortune, he said, "It i some- discovery f3S0.000.000 worth of rough thins greater. It i fate. No chance turn diamonds have been taken from them, of the wheel of a sleeping goddess. When rvhlch. after cutting, wereeaslly worth I lied from you, signore, on that day, his voice choked a little, "I came to Home. double. Never mini) how. Here a great man found Great men pick up little things for Vcgetarlnns who are so strict that die. purpose sometimes. And Matthew their they do not care to wear nn article of Corte, who ia but a! little man, knows clothing into which any animal prop-rrtle- s (hingi the great man does not know. Ho! are introduced are entered for bo!" and he laughed mirthlessly. In tho boot Hue iy a London boot'And that has put crowns in your purse! "Ye, crowns in lay nurse, crowns in my maker, who Is tho inventor of n ii purse," ha repeated, and then the old madshor. For years ho has came upon him, and he rose auda paced been expcrimcntluf nnd as a result ness room. "I could have doue it lastniglit, the he has produced a boot, In the con- aade the hilt of my dagger ring against struction of which there Is ubsolutely hi heart the devil tho devil. Hut he is no paper or leather of any descrip- not to die thi way not thus not thus. tion. Not only this, hut, occordlng to He will die as no other man ha died, and t will come soon, very soon Matliew hU stertlon, these wear Int:er thnn leather shots, an& tllV UP Corte swears this." He stopped suddenly, it rid turned (n rot i cr inBtr!l I always soft. nth Ibe question) out-ideuminc-r-hous- c Ix-c- There were only 31 ballots In the package containing the soldier otca sent Irom Cuba to the New York (CopyrfcM, i&h. by D. Appleton St Co. board and opened late the other All rights reserved.) day. As each ballot is for a different CHAPTER XI II. Co.NTtxicn. election district there will have to bo 31 polling places rented nnd 31 boards Wc iio.v began to hurry a little, and found of inspectors will have to meet. Kach that Corte m rifil.t, for the soldiers who had lined vote will cost $30 by this method. inside the Ilronrc po-Jl- .r V - dagger-clinkin- ed ma-tt-ri- nl cge-Urla- so-ji- e oiie-fotirt- !; 'My Godt" I limn out, hUnjt JmJI" "Worse thin that," he said; "it was done by Ccsarc' orders." "Then Ccsaro llorgi will pay nth hi life for this," I exclaimed. At this moment there was n knock nt tho door, ami llurin entered, heating a silver fir ton, Ihc stopper of which was made of dragnn. a quaintly-carve"Your eminence ordered this with the socond service," he Mid, placing it lieforc D'Amboise nnd retiring. "I pledga jou my word, your excellency, that 1 will not rest until full reparation hna been made for this outrage on an ally of I'm uce," said D'Amboise. "1 could almost ing. In twisting, in screams" find it In my heart to let loose open war for rose and put my hand on his arm, keeping my eyes steadily on his face. this." "Wc arc not ready, j'our eminence. Itest "Corte," I said, "this is not like you. Yen arc not well. Here is some wine," and I aMiircd, of my thnnks, nnd I will gladly poured him out a goblet of Orvictn. He jour aid; hut nt present we can do drained it nt a gulp, and sat with his head nothing. This, however, has not decreased my real for the measures wc are planning, buried in Ins hand. nnd with Jour cruiission wc will now disA he sat there, the scene in the lotielv hut, when I went forth an outrast from cuss these, and put aside my private Arrzzo, lame back to me, and thcie roue trouble." For me, I could hardly breathe. A hunIrlotc me the dim light of tho torch, the dred feelings were tossing together within mad tiziirc of my host, and I could almost hear the pattering ol the rain and the dy me; all that I could think of wns to throw ing luscs of the log lire without. Then I oside everything, to gallop to Perugia, to raw other things n well, and a pity came save her al anv cost. The cardinal's voice came to luc n.1 from a distance. on me for the man before me. A sudden "I sgreo one glass each of this all round, thought struck me, and, acting on the im pulse of the mom?nt, I spoke: nnd would you mind hand"Sec here. Corlcl You aic ill, you want ing mc those glasses!" 1 Iirow oil these dark thoughts, rest, nuict. VeThree and do what 1 say. Two miles from Colza, netian glasses were close to me: these I Ucrgamnsnue. lies a small farm. It iasfed onwards mechanically to D'Amboisr, in the i mine. Mine Mill, though mortgaged. Go nnd he went on, filling the gljsscs to the there. Ask for the Casino Savclh. and m hum with nine from thcll.igon.asliosiiokr "I admired the rare workmanship of tin jou hav come from me from I'go !i S.v cell!. ru know my name now, and they t agon last night, and Ins holiness scut it will want nothing more from jou. Live home with mc, full to the brim with this there until you are better, or a long as I alernian, which Giuha llclla herself poured jou like. The air is pute, in the hills there into it. The wine is of a priceless brand, is the boqueton for you to hunt; the life nnd our lord was good enough to My that if I liked it lie would send me all in his eel is good. Will jou do this! He lifted his head, and looked at me. l.irs if 1 only let him know." Then, rising, he placed one hand on Mich "We will drink this, then, with your cmi of my shouldois, thin hands they were, with nonce's mission, to the success of the un long twny linirrs that held like claws. dcrtaking," said the secretary, poising his "Signore." he said, withcmotinn"Donali glass in the air. or Savelli whoever "Itiglit," said D'Amboise. "Gentlemen, are you are a good man. thank jou, but it cannot be. success to our venture!" Uood-bj!And, lifting up his book, lie He raised the wine to his hps. I silently turned nnd strode out of the room, leaving did the Ktmr. me a little chilled. "Hold on!" After that i waited lor my meeting with We stopped in amaze, and Maihlavelli, I saw to the packing of n who had sokrn, quietly emptied bis glass D'Amboisc. vuhsc, went down und looked at the horses into a bowl beside Inni. closely inspected the arms nnd mounts of "What does this mean!" said the cardinal rcy men, who looked capable of anything, "This, your eminence," and Machiavclli and, la one way and an.itber, managed to hAil out his hand, on nhich an opal was ret through the time, untfi about the sixth flashing n moment before. The stone was hour, whe n his eminence supped. I present still there, in the gold lund on his finger; el mjsc-l- punctually, and was ushered into but it was no longer an opal, but something black as let, devoid of all luster. an inner apartment which had not hith Startled by the movement. D'Amboisc cito Ken, aud where the supper was evi - held, for the clently to table was set out licnt over the extended lingers, and I fcJ was nlone at first, and. seating mv there. self on n lounge, looked about me. The was small, but beautifully fitted up. loom and had all the nppcarance of being the cardinal's private studj. By my side was a table on which was pread a map, with xariou rrusscs marked on it in red chalk. the chalk itself lying on the map, where carelessly flung. In front of it hail inc was an altar, urinounted by a silver rrucihx, bearing an exnuisitcly-carveClirit. Near it, in a corner, leaned a long straight sword, from whoso cross handle hung a pair of line steel gauntlets. Krst ing on a cushion, placed on a stand, was the cardinal' liA, and behind the stand I coidd ec the-- brown outline of n pair of riding boots and the glitter of burnished spurs. In a corner of tho room was n large table, set out with writing materials and covered with papers. Running my eyes over these Idly, I finally let them rest on the supper table, which was arranged with lavish profusion. 1 he curtains of the win clow were drawn, and the light from eight tall candles, in jeweled holders, fell on the . I cue ivre iinu uinucr 01 cue wine in .1 ijuhiiii flasks, on the cheerful brown crust cf tU'Tht rorcl win rus this day.' pasties, on the guy enameling of the and on the red gold of the plate. I noticed, too, that the table was for lowed his example. The red on the cardi three only. It was evidently n private suje i.al's check w cnt out, and Lis hp paled a he per, where things were to be uiscustcit, nnd looked at the ring. "Poison! Heart of Jesus!" he muttered I became glad, for I felt already u atcp onwards towards winning back tny name, and turough pale lips. "Yes," said Machiavclli, slowly, with -- I seemed to sec in the mirror on tho widl to my left, vision of n woman with dark drawing his hand, "the ring tells no lie Diavolo! Wns ever so grim a jest! Asking hair, and dark eyes ou to tell him if your eminence liked the "Your eminence!" I fairly started up. I winel had not observed tho entrance of 1) Am It wa loo near n matter to be pleasant, boise until he stood beside meand touched and the hideous jest, and the treachery of me lightly on the shoulder. Alexander, Idled mc with a hot anger. It I did not think "Dreaming, cavalierc! you were so given. I am afraid that, late as had the effect, however, of pulling mc together at once, the sudden presence of death, I am, I must still keep jou from your sun per, for I expect another guest. Ha! there ar.d the danger, recalling me to myself, for all my thought of Angiola. I breathed a he is!" Indeed, as he stioke. the door swung oien prayer of thank for our escape. It was a noisekn!', and Mnchiavclli entered. He good omen. .My luck was not yet run out. D'Aml-oissprang to hi feet, "lty O wa plainly and simply drensed, and wore no sword, merely a dagger at his side. I he said, bringing hi clenched fist into the thought, however, I caught the gleam of a palm of his hand, "the Uorgia will rue this lie seized steel corselet under his vest, as he greeted day; here, give me those glasses, onn sap them, and, drawing back the curtain, flung the cardinal, and D'Amhoiso' phire was not more brilliant than the single them out ol tho window, where they fell into tho court outside, breaking to splinters opal which blazed in tho Bccrtlnrj-'- s hand. with a little tinkling crash. then he "This is the Cavalierc Donati, your said the cardinal, "but I think you emptied out the contents of the flagon, and hurled it into the grate, where it lay, its know each other." Machiivelh extended his hand to mc with fine work crushed and dented, the two emhis inscrutable smile; but as I met bis eyes erald tye of the dragon on tho ttojitH-blinking nt us wickedly. Tluu outburst I saw that they were troubled and anxious. mailo iAmboisu calmer, and it wa with He, however, epoLc with easy unconcern. more conqiosure that he struck a small gong, "Well met, Messer Donati. can only say I am sorry we parted so soon. I wou'd have und rcJcateil himself at the table. As ho given much to have had you in Florence for did so liurm entered tho room. "We want a clear table," Mid the cardia few daj more." nal; "remove these thing und hand mcthat "Your excellency is most kind." "St. Dennis!" said the cardinal, "hut are map." lty the timo llurin had done this, his emiyou gentlemen going to exchange complinence showed no further trace of excitements, and sturvc iuctcad of sittingdowuto lie ment, except that his hp were cry firmly nuppcr. liuriu, are wc not ready!" and , who set, und tlicic wa a slight frown on hi fore turned to hi gray Laired head a lis smoothed out the roll of the map, had entered the room. "Your eminence i served," replied the One corner kept obstinately turning up, and man, and we took our seat on each side as Machiavclli quietly put his hand on it to Lcep it in position, he said: "See! The of the table, D'Amboisu between us. "You uccd not wait, llurin, hut remain in ring is u it was before. Wo looked nt tho oiuil, and, suro enough. the passage." liuriu stepix-- out silently. wa gone, and under tho and the cardinal said, with an air of apol tho poison-tinpale, acmiopaquc blue of it surface light 1 ou must not mind so inlormal a reogy: past, gentlemen: but wo have much to dis of red, of green, and of orange, flitted to and cuss pltasurc first, however my muitru fro. "It is wonderful," I said, and D'Amboise d hotel has an aitut soul, nnd he will haw smiled grimly to himself. Tho cardinal a Ht if wo do not touch this pasty." Hie cardinal ate nnd talked. 1 now and placed his finger on the map, where the port then put in a word, hut tho secretary was of Sinigaglia was marked. Is it hero ho lands: very silent, and hardly touched anything. 'Yes," replied Machiavclli, "and then bt. Dennis!" said IJ Amhoise, "hut your excellency is a poor trencherman. And I straight to Home." ' lou hard suru information! heard so much of you'" "Yes." "lour eminence will excuse iiicvwlien 1 "Then will Instrilr-M. nur say I have had news." Donati! As arranged, 1 pledge nn immeD'Amboise lieeame grave at once. t me say how sorry 1 am. It i not a matter diate movement on the part of Trcuiouille, of stale!" and he glanced meaningly at the at the first ign of success," " ou Imvc ugreed, cavalierc, to undertako secretary. "Not iu the least; but much worse a do tho task!" and the secretary turned tome. I have, jour excellency. 1 do not see why I should nut mestic matter. Machiavclli then went on, speaking incls ttll you. That cursed brigand llaglioni has seized on my ward Angiola Castellaui, and ivvly. wasting no words. "In ten day or thereabout from how Monsignnre llozardo. hold her a fast prisoner in I'erugia, 1 felt cold all over to my leet. tho Pupal envoy to tho Grand Turk, will land at inigagliu unci start lor Home, He Angiola!" I exclaimed. "Tho "Precisely." said Machiavclli, dryly; "I brings with li im a letter ami a sum of money, 4U,000 ducats. These are for his holiucs. think you have met." 'Hut this can be easily remedied, hurst llozardo and the letter mny reach, if you like: tlio ducats must not." in D'Amboisc: "a demand from the Signory, "Wlieitf are they togor u word from France." '"I o the Pule J It Trcmouille," Will not bring tb dead to life qcaia,' "1 follow," put lu the iKiftary "Have you eversecnamad dogdi.!'' "No," 1 answered, wondering what would come next. "Well, my dog I dead." "I nm orry," I lcgan,but lie Interrupted. "Dead, I say. Life went from it in writhing and tmstlngs, in screams of agony the little beast, poor little beast! I would have cnilod Im misery, hut I wanted to ro. I wantrd to find some death so horrible that it would M the invention of man, And I hare found it, signore. Sec this toy of n knife! Thi fairy' dagger!" and lie held up a tiny lancet, "only n touch of it, nnd it man would die a that dog did, in writh1 cie, peculiar-shaped, straw-coloreih-- i 1 "Of sentinel thai at your own risk." llozardo or die; but I propose fleeting the telcam- - of the Ijidy Angiola ns well." A glad look came into Mnchiavelli' eye; hut the caiilin.il flashed out: "Ncmdii Diablel What grasshopper have lliedemolselle j on got in jour head! to us. You cannot do two things nt once." with rescet to your eminence, I "Then, decline Hie nITair of the ducnts." D'Amboise looked at me in sheer amaze- m,"You dr clinj tn Avotit Colds Daring Winter, "This Idea that innny people hvt, l srnsori, 1 saw what ho meant, If I failed I was to that winter I nn be Mcrillccil, and my mind was made up. Is nil wrung, Wlntrr I Just ns licnllh-fi- ll 1 would accept, with a condition. ns summer, If people will hike enra Is one thing. "I quite understand-llic- rn If j on want to go of thniiM-lves- . "What!" winter without n cold, ol I will stop through the "Ten clay is a wide margin. you take tkl tmvbt II 1st iinlic-nltlifii- ju " f 1 Im- 1 you dare;" but Machiavclli interposed, "A moment, your eminence. Can we get The Independent. another nent!" "Not now; it is too late now." PORTER RUNS A RAILROAD. "And we have no money for active measures!" All the OITirlala Were .stiriind aad lla "Not a livre." Un Ihr llnly tlaa "It seems to mc that the cavalieru has us ii It" II. in his hands, and we had better agree. Aflnr his head twice, instead of nil, he only risks once." Fenator Dcpew dor not tell how the folI)'Amlioic bit his lips, and with a frown lowing rsme to be reported to Inni, hut it I began to drum un the table with his fingers. such a good story that he tin- it continually I sat silent but resolved, and Machiavclli, in disuuing iligmlird hares or inllurntlsl rising, vt.it to tho writing table, pulling brggan Iioiii lusiilhce. 'I he senator was on hiiiikiu littki In this he his summer vsralioii when out from his vest a parchment. the man railed to sre him and tapidly wrote something, and, dusting It colored who guards Ik outer svilr Porter over with drying owder, held it to the flame of the iVpew sanctum of a candle. Then he turned back leisurely, "I want lo ser Chaiinrey Driew," slid nnd, as he resumed his seat, handed me the tbn littls man. paper. "You rain't, lull. He s gnne lu I'.urupe, ." "I have just filled in your namo on this "Well, then, I'll e his iretetary." through the blank "Sorry, ssli, but Mtsh Duval, lie's dons States. I took the precaution of obtaining cone to Lurupe " When can jou this from Sforza today. "Then I'll sre I'oriirliu Vsisdrrbilt." start!" "He's in Nrlnt. mIi." "Now, your excellency," and I put the "Well, is W K Vamlerbilt in!" securely by. "No, aU. He's don guur to Newort, too." "1 suppose I must agrre," said thecarii-nal"That so?" Then suddenly. "If it fails, all is lost; if it dent of the road." I'll sre the vie presisucceeds" h." "He's In Albany. "There will prolubly lie a new Conclave, "How slwut the Nvond vice- president!" your eminence," said Machiavclli. "lie's down to Umg Prom It, salt." forehead flushed dark at the D'Amboise' "Is the suwrintrudnit in" de nsd, sah." "lie's out inw-ti!iirhidden meaning iu the Florentine' words. "How about General PasMiigrr Agent Hut we all knew that the chair of St I'eter his ejes, and for this he Pirir'ji?" was ever "He went away to Cae May dis inarm- schemed and saved, although profuse in his habit. George of Amboise never rained "Who In thunder Is running th-- rosd, his desire, but when he died he left a anyway?" shouted the little man, (rtting of rlcveu millions. This, however, was tune rry red in the fare. yet to be. "Well. I'll tell you. boss," rrp.ixi th I had already risen In take my leave as elion attendant, "dis trrr ivsd )rs' inni 'ioa:h1 ah, so' dere ham iiolxxl) Mocluavclli soke, and the cardinal, taking no notice of his last remark, turned to me, to look after things but Die.- "- Saturday Post. with something of his old good temper Perhaps the hint of Florentine support t the The HnIIhi: I'nsslnu tilth IIIim. next upal election wa not without it sol "Elvira is iitair grtting ready," said effect. to the little "Did I undrrtsand you to say that you theand tellhndtirr hurry stout caller. "Ill go hrr to "P-were ready to start at otic, cvalirre!" "Think you." saul the stout caller. 'Tell "Ye, jcur eminence." hurry up or to hurry dawn, just as her tn "Then let rae wish you gooj frwtune you think Wt Anything to rrdiH-- my adieu'" wait." Semetville Journal. "Your eminence ha my grateful thank." I liowe.l to D'Amboisc and the secretary, Selfilme Is the only thin tint stands as the door swing be- between some (rupU' aad happiness. and withdrew; I Daily News. hind me I hrird Machiavclli' rom. "The air of Home doe not suit nut, youi Gratitude like everything rise. Is oh-- r No moro Fsler No, thanks. eminence. Atch'jen ninui win ii it is ovcrdu.r man." - serve these few simple rillca: "IVm't overheat your Ihiusc, nnA Sleep In u don't stop all tentllntlnn. eon! iikiiii, but hrop warmly covered, Alvvnys take off yxitir outdoos wraps whrn 3011 come In the Iioiim, nnd always put thorn on when yosi go nut. And, hutly, just n hmg ifs there I snow on Mic ground, don't go out without youi rubbers. Thin lilt rule I the most lniKirtnnt of nil, fur two cold out of three come from wet feet." Pal , ir s hil-se- f, nrr-dr- b-- (TO UK CONTINUED. Globe. A HERO OF THE MINES. fine figure. Per- The ditiglilersof a Chicago Daily ini'tlotiairealaays Nws, bv The ."Noble Arl of formed by a Itoosh Miner. Srir-Sarrlfl- re A western mining journal record s 1 - s.-- t 1 arations for firing the charge. MIchnel and hii companion had become familiar with danger. Thsirrre heedless, and while the fu was attached, they set to vcork to cut It oil with a stone and an Iron drill. At the first blow the drill gave off asfiark. and the hissing of the fuse told the mioer that the charge wai fired. With the impulse of tlon, both miners dashed to the shaft, and holding to the bucket, gave the signal to be drawu up. Hut nlail the strength of the man at rhe windlass was unequal to lifting two; he could wind up only one man at a time. To remain was death to both, nnd by right iti wns Michael's turn to ascend He looked at his compnnlon, stepped from the bucket, nnd said, reiolutclji v on a miner's shlniiitT act of pnrt. Michael Verran wa eritaRed with two men In sinking a ihaft. They had drilled n hole in the usual way for blasting-- , and then, according; to custom, one of the three nacended the shaft, Icavlnj the others to tin.ah prep- Acts gently on Kidneys, Liver and Bowels THE YSTEM r,EAN5E5 . the czcel-lency,- r 1 "Go up, lad. You have a wife. Don't mind me," anil he pushed his fellow almost roughly Into the bucket: The bucket swiftly ascended and the man was wafr. A great roar nnd boom nrosc from the shaft, and then up cauij the smoke and rubbish. Following this nil was still In the shaft. There could be no doubt of the unfortuncte miner's fate. Imprisoned In that deadly shaft. Yet one and another hurried down and EFFECTUALLY ejrfij ' h4BlTUALC0V5T'.0N OVERCOMES PERMANENTLY ,TSBEHL OUT TNt t,tNUINl-MMY- EFFECTS- fay began shout'ng, "Michael! And the In major-domo- t Michael! ArcyotisvrreT" camo. miilllrd but distinct, "I urn here, thank GodJ" They found him. unhurt, beneath s huge slab nt stone that had blown across hhn and lodged agsJoit the will of rock, protecting him from all harm of flying fragments. Truly kit escnp? seemed miraculous, aud little eloa was talked of among the miners for dy afterward. Youth Companion. faltering touei: 0 ansrr 6ui?RNia7g(Syrvp(. 'iXi'-- to sau it hi c44.Vk rmu to, mianL OOD BAD-BLI libsj toriruli ondcin mriiiclii i.ks lists mien nicaiein circuit u psts lou ii a it lu I sKsrelt Biros tsklussn1 si Isil Ih.iu mr i.orintf and mi riVTU' "'' '"I " Iwiirr In sisrr sr alus HaUiski eiLiaua LuurslLTsun. rsri-llenrt- f t "Gone" In a case which recently came up for hearing n certain witness was cslUU. On the mention of his name a man rose up and said: "He's gone." "Vkr It he gone?" said the Judge; "It 1 hit duty to lie here." "My lord," ws tV solemn reply, "I wadna care lo comialt myseP as to whaur he's gone; but ' deld." 6cottlih Life and Humov." Vb The Man '""" l ! Wa CANDY CATHARTIC trsoi man Bfaiartats "1-e- Where They Were First. They claim to be one at the first families In the city, those At U 1 tertons. in... Mr. Fuxy So Ibej are In tS Jrs directory. bncuw Uuti). Mrs. I'czzy Ileal Head of the Family John. new girl is a Jewel. She's the chctr- - nSj!!!.8.. r,i!V,bJjTit Oond. I sifksn. vveakrn. or Grips. I0a.ke.i0a. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... fuiest, most lively creature I've over had in my kitchen. Always fWlnr Mrrltaf S,.w( Urn,,,,, ..tr,.l, I,- lit around and always tinging. Bolasna tnsrsnlerd by N0T0R1R mm to CUHiiTuimcco slldraf llaMi. Ostensible Head of the Fnmllv Tk she Isn't a Jewel, Martha. She' t bird. VIRGINIA FARMS for SAIE-G- ood land, good Chicago Tribune. K,ii,i(Hi,i, irnvois sua fuurrsts cvnvnit,i Mild, (its Irani bulb lissl sua rolil. Low brlc.f end.., I.ilrtmnut for Ir. run. Writ, lUli.CUanirf Jk CO. lias.). IIICUHUhl), Vs. - The Nr Ulrl. rr rni. .! fives nDnDCV9.slckrslKlsB4rumsrilsl J I O I lo InttBf .llu(slll DlSCOTL'UTl Soak el ur. ll.U sb4 QHiinssu.s.bnP, aii.i4.u. Tut evn&u vufcu ill dtfi work lor si Sil.tr.. liir n.Mlcu!.,.. coM vv.iuaiii, I LAWTON KILLED. Shot Down hy .Slmrim'.sootrrii In the lluttlo at Sun M.ilvo, l.titun. FIFTY-SIXT- H CONGRESS. Viral Session. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. Ilevletr, or Optional Lesson, for l)r ember .11, INDO TbnnUsult Ina in the lllernal Kins; Psalm 1(1.1. In nt WASN'T SUPERSTITIOUS. And Vet lie Wns llnund He Wouldn't Travel Wlllinut Ills l.neby Coin. Washington, sesslnn escort. It woh found neccKsnry to bridge the rltcr. The funeral will take place from hla luto resilience here, a mansion formerly occupied by n Spanish genernl. The body hna been temporarily plural In n vnult in Kl l'nco cemetery, whero many of the American Koldlcra have been Interred, nnd n guard of honor will be maintained. When Mrs. and her four children ahnll have completed their arrangements for returning to the United Stntea the will bo taken on u transport, with an escort of ofilctm, for final Interment, ua la thought probable, in Arlington cemetery. Car Simps llururd. Dubuque, la., Dec. 21, The car shop of the Chicago, Milwaukee fc St. l'aul road, the largest plant here, wut deatroyed by fire Wednesday night. The loss will be $73,000 to ! HiO.ooO, and 300 men will be thrown out of employment. Starts fur Manila. l'be Korlr-KlsfhPan Francisco, Dec. 21. The United 'State transport Grant clruml Wednesday uml sailed for Munlln with the out of the volunteer regiments, tba tbth infant ry (colore.l), la command Vf Col W. A. Puvnl, th House The ettrrerirv bill mi rrml tnt amendment under thn rule Hnttirdny, Thn drh.it irnreeded nulelljr. rrrlnrr of War nnd the I'realden Itfprescntntlve Hulser (N. V ), Introduced Hapresa I'riifnand llrlrf Ovrr h juini resolution, derinrlnK tli.it n slnli nt wnr exlsll In Hunt), Afrlri. anil the llenlli air the (ln. Ini? Iwlllncnrnt rtcliln In Ihn Trannvanl Iiilit Meiiernl. Kuvrrnmrnt. Ailjuurne1 until Mundny. Wsflilnsldn. Dec. 19. Hcuntn Itenotu-tlnn- s were Inlrotlueinl Monday by Tillman WnslilnKton, Dec. 20. Tlie wnr tie- ITio re. ami uncoil (On ), ir. pnrtmritt Tuesilny night rrcrltril tin tenllon of the l'lilllH'Inn nxalnrt liy th Islamln I llllril Hlnlea. ltnrli unrnnan In vl.1.1 Hi. Hillowlrtfr oniclnl contlrinntioii of tin tn n Ruvernment to be rdlnlillnlinl klllliilf of On. I.nwton nriir Knn Ma Inlnmli KltlilntM hy the themsehes. .Mr. Mdrnan teo, Luzon: (Aln.) nildrepirit tho friialr tirlelty upon .Mnulla-O- rn. I.nwton riiBajri In the nrceliy of Irftlalallon In control driving liiHiirfjenta from Hnn Mnlro, mini, nnil imil hlit Joint rrnnlutlonnCHlnst rrfrrreil motion of country nortlienal of .Mn- - Ihirn A tilll tn tn th Judiciary commit-Irreatorn In lliilr orlslnnl mm, killed Inatniitlv nt 0:3(1 vesti-e- . latii an tn irninollon of ndlrers of the cliiy inomlnif. A ureal Insa to u iiml nny nmi inn murine rorp lolnc s liy renon ff thn advancement of mi country. (Hiinietl) OtU. oilier ciinrrrn for exceptional ami merlin-rloSecretary Root nntl the president rervlrn iturlns; I ho wnr with Hpnln. raeh Turmlny night expressed hi was med, After an execullvn resilon the scnnla ndopled a houe rrrnlutlon pnifoiuitl fjrlcf nt tlie confirmation of a the the report of the death of the KaU ception ami committee to attendstntuo reunvellliiE of the ot Dnnlel Webster In this city nn Jtnuary i.ini penrnil. IKK). On. drntli wna n crrnt II,Honr-T- hn currency bill, which was .hock to the olllcers of the wnr de athatft all last Monpartment, to nearly nil of whom ha day by the houe week,n was passed lo VJt. by voto of ll wns known personally. Hlthrrto his llendersnn Monday announcel luck In liattle hud been marvelous, lie tho comnilltees of the house of representatives. H proved tn have very few hnd hern In hundreds of skirmishes as the spenker preserved the nnd midnight nttark. Ur wan regard custom of following precedent as tn old members of, leaving them In their ed u n mnn of notion nnd of splendid old chairmanships and plneos. and itrndii-li- y murage, mn wn not romildrrrd reck' advancing them ns vncancles less. He never exposed hi mm with. The Important new chairmanshipsoccur. am out due cuimlderutlon of the risks nnd Jims uf Mr llrnklui (l'u.). chalnnan of banklns- - and currency. Mr, Orosvennr the tiki (O.). merchant marlno ami noherles, Mr. Munlln, Dee. On. Uwtoi left Hoiilhsrd (O ), colnane, and Mr. (.'ihiht (Wis.), the newly formed cominltleo on home Monday night, hating returned Horn northern otieratlons Kntur Insular affairs. Dec. Washlnxton. ilny to lend nn expedition through IntriHtucei Tuemtay. Joint auMariulnn talley, which hni been nn thorizing the Commercial resolution to Cablo Co. Insurgent stronghold throughout the lay a cable between the I'nlted Slates and Cuba; bill for the establishment of a wnr. hlRh court of patents. Iradn mnrks Knn Muteo win nttneked nt 8 o'clock, eepyrlRht, to consist of seven Judxes, sn.l and n three houra fight ensued. Tlila the fnlled Hlates and West Inresulted In liut n few ciisualltlrs on dies Direct Telegraph Co. to lay a cable Htales the American aide, npnrl from the and Cuba, and between the I'nltrd I'nlted such Islands as the lentil or on. Ijiwton, but the attack States has soverelKnty over. Ily Mr. wan dlftlcult liecnuie of the nntural Ccckrell. Mil suthorlilnic the West Indies Development Co. to acquire, operate and defense of the town. sell franrhlses In Cuba or any other ork, Dec. 31 A dispatch Islands over which the United Btates may (fives the following necount of the exirclso sovereignly. Mr. Aldrlch (It. I.) rcortel house bill No. t tho Hnnnclal enth of (Jeii. Law ton: lth a substllule. .Manila, Dec. St. -- At 12 midnight louse lulls lntroluceil: To emnlov re. tiled mllllnry ami naval oltlccrs to asslit Monday, Gen. Lawton left hia wife. In military Insiructlon In thn public schools, to rcuulrn tbf first sercennt of rsch company of the I'nlted Htales army i" can earn in on in me names or the nuiMxrs of his company killed In battle; piovldlnx that any prrson who shall be found aiiltty of obstructing any train t'nlted Htales malls shall tw by n linn of II0.CU). or Imprisonment for 10 years, or both. tn- Washlncton. Dec, trnluret Wednesday: Authorising lha appointment of a commission to Inveetl- irole trade conditions In the Orient, con- siiucilon or a racinc cable from Ban ranrlsco to Hawaii. Oumn nnd Ihn 1't.lllpplnes: to prohibit dtallnK In cotton futures; authorising the president lo a commissioner to the l'arls exo-slllo- n from each state, guaranteeing to th't people of Porto Illco. Hawaii and tha I'Mllpplnes u republican form of Koveni-miand protection against Invasion; pli.poscd anirndment lo the constitution, that tho chief Justice of thn I nltcd Htates nnd I'nlted Btates shall bo elected by the iwoplc. Adjournal until January J. vxn. House No business was transacted at th brlrf session of the house Wednrsdnv. The tlmo was occupied In a filibuster Btslnst a motion to adjourn. The demoa EN. HKXflY W, IJIWTON. crats nnd some republicans did tha filibustering. glte nnd, In a pouring rain, with a nmnll venerable In order to of Ihn Mr. Grow, tha house, an gtinrd, went to meet the troop In to reply tn some statements made Tuesdsy by Mr. Culnes (Tenn.) a night nmrcli to San Mateo, lie remarked to hlii wife that when he got At'jounied until January 3, V.vX through here he would volunteer In Urn. Wnod In Chnrate. the. TrntiMnul, where the enemy would Doc. Havana. 22. Gen. Leonard light. lll wife answered: Wood formally took chnrgc of the "N'o, honey, you will go home with gocrnor gencrul'M ofllec nt 9 o'clock me to California and ralso oranges. Thursday morning. Hla llmt net wn Vou hutei done alt you enn for your to accept thn reslgnntlon of the memcountry." bers of the ndtlsory cabinet of Geiu I.nwton's body la now being brought Drookc. These otllclnls, nftcr consUl In ntrr the boggy trnlla ncroia awol-lecrlng tho qticatlon oter night, hud derivera. Tuesday he mnrched nil cided to Insist upon retiring. Their dny In n drltlng ruin, and met the dcclaton mecta with u public ap enemy In force at Snn Mnteo. Lieut, proval. lirccklnrldge wnn shot. Lnrrton disI'alse Ilaak Atatenirnl. mounted nnd helped to enrry him on Montreal, Doc. 22. Ferdinand l.o- a litter. Hendlng over the litter he wax nsslntlng In dressing the wound mleiix, local manngor if the defunct of lirccklnrldge, when a bullet panned Vllle Mnrlc Ilank.wiiM Thursday found through hl heart, killing him Instant-l- guilty of preparing nnd to The feeling In no great nt I.aw-ton- tho government false MtntcmrntM nil headquarters that no one enu to tho bunk'H condition, nnd wiih sen- tulk. Mm. Iawton aremn not to un- lonood tn three yonrs in tho peiiltouderstand yet that It In possible her tlnry. Tho prosldout of the bunk is In Jail mid two of tho dlrcctora nr hiishnud I dead. Almost at thla moment the eheera fctlll to bo tried. of the American troops rushing into Call fur Hie A. I. I.. Contention. Hun Muteo wcro mingling with the Wimhlngton. Doo. 22. The Ameri rille volleys. After the fight, nix cm airy men fordrd the river to can Political league hna Issued u call the town, carrying the litter on their for n niitionul convention for tho shoulders, thcatnfl preceding with the nomination of cnudldntCH for pros.1- colors and u cavalry escort following. dent nnd vice, president for tho l ulled Munlln, Dec. 21. MnJ.Gen. I .aw ton's Mutes, to Ih; held in lloston duly A, body wni brought from San Mnteo to 190U. I lie couucIlN of ench Mil In am Manila WedncfciUy iifteruoon.hla stuff d rooted to appoint two dolegntcH nt and a bipindron of cavalry acting as lurgo. o i-- ) e. num-Iwrs, time-honor- Dec, Huliinlii)'. QOI.DKN Tr..T.-Ill- eit the lird, O mj soul, and forctl not all Ills benefits. P. 101 TUB I.nflBON THXT. Diets the iMti, O my soul; nnd all la within me, bless lilt holy r.ame. that T. Diets the Ixird, O my soul, and forget not all Hit benefits! I. Who forglveth all thine Iniquities; who hesleth all thy dlteatet; 4. Who redeenieth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with lovlngktnd-net- s and tender merries; & Who ittlifletli thy mouth with good things; to thst thy youth Is renewed Ilka the eagle's. t. The Lord exeeuteth righteousness and Judgment for all that aro oppretsed. 7. Iln mndo known Ills ways unto Motes, Hla sett unto the children of Israel. . Tha Iird Is merciful snd gracious, tlow to anger and plenteous In mercy. 9. He will not always chldo; neither will He keep Hit snger foreter. 10. He hath not dealt with ut after our tint; nor rewarded ut according to our I. :l !. n ;rv bltl-w- fear Him, snd His righteousness unto children's children: 11. To such as keep His covenant, and to those that remember Hit commandments to do them. 19. The Lord hath prepare! Hit throre In tho heavent; and Hit kingdom ruleth over all. 20. Dlett tha Lord, ye Ills angels, that excel In strength, that do His commandments, hearkening unto tha voice of His word. n. niest ye the Lord, all ye Ilia hottt; yo mlnltters of Hit, thatdo Hit pletture. 12. Wen the Lord, all Hit aorks In all places of His dominion; blest tho Lord, O my tout. NOTES AND SUaOEBTIONS. 1'erovvnc says: "This beautiful ptalm is the outpouring of n full heart Id thanksgiving to Jehovah for Ills grace and compassion, both as experienced by the ptnlmlst In his own life, and nlto ns manifested to his nation In their history." As such, It is especially appropriate In summing up the Divine blestlngs given to Israel, even grace and mercy, of God's patience, and of His deliverance from the great evils that had been brought upon the people by their sin. "(I my soul:" The Hebrew title nstlgns the Iniquities. II. For ss the heaven It high above the earth, to great Is Ills mercy toward them that fear Him. If. At far as the exit It from the wett. to ftr hsth Ha removed our transgrtstlont from us. 11. Like aa a fsther pltlelh his children, to the Lord pltlelh them that fear Him. II. For He luioweth our frame; He that we are dust. IS. As for man, his dnyi are at grats; aa a flower of the field, so he flourttheth. It. For the wind pttteth over It. and It It gone; and the place thereof shall know It no morn. 17. Uut tha mercy of the Lord It from everlattlng to everlsttlng upon them thst thrnitoh frnm fThlracn In Clntnt IIaiktIi ton, Hancock and other poind tn the Cop he was ttartineon a short business per Country without change of cart, with Jtttt is Journey hit wife called hnn aside. "Wil- direct connection for Marquette, Negaunee, liam," she said, earnestly, "don't think of Ishpeming, etc., snd passengeis from the going to day. Put it oil till or Y'Att, South and Southwell will find thit a next week. Something awful will happen ! most desirable route. if you disregard my advice, and I know it." .All coupon tickt.t agents sell tlckett via "Willi's the matter with jou? Ileen hav- the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Halling dreams or consulting one of these sec- way. ond sight frauds!" "No. dear, but thit it The tlreat Test. Friday, and it it limply in riling trouble to "Is Willouahhv Winks a companionable make a start on Friday." "Oh, pthawt , Will you never get over such fonlithnest? fellow!" What'i the day got to do vnth it T Honest, ' "Oh, yea: he makes himself agreeable even I when he plays vvhitt." Detroit Free Press. it makes me tired this everlasting tupenti-tlo- n j and belief In signs. If I paid attention to all tucli things we'd starve, for I'd have Winter ntenrslons. nn time to iln business. Put all nf tLrm nut ' The Southern, Pacific Company and its of )our head, little one. I've had just at connections operate the best tint and see I good luck on Friday as on any other day, and clam service to California, Arizona. Tex I and the only serious accident I ever had was aa and Mexico. Through I'uUmsn Paine? on Monday, 1 can't dus.rrr nge all my plant Sleepers and Tourist Sltepert from a. I pnn-- 1 juil to hlinior a whim. I'll come back ss ripal eastern points. I'ersnnauy innaurtra safe and sound as I Icavc. Good-hy,Ha Tourist Excursions from Cincinnati, Ixiuia-ville- , uent, and the ut in the bay window lookSt. Louis, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneaping just as disconsnlnte as though her worst olis, Dea Moines, Omaha, Kansas City, etc fears had been realized. At the end of 20 For particulars and dcscriptite literature minutes she saw , her husband hurrying write W. G. Neimyer, Genl Western Agent. toward the Iioum-- carrying his hit in his 238 Clark St., Chicago, W. II. Connor, hand.nnd mopping hit forelicad. She ran to Agent. Chamber Commerce Illdg, Cuicjn-nat- i, the door, pale with apprehension. "What is Ohio, or W. .1. Iterg. Trav. Pass. Agt., it, William? Tell me, quick. I can hear 220 Ellicott Sq., Ituflalo, N. Y. anything aa long as ou are nil right." "Where's that old blue vet! That lucky A Mlvlit Mlsnnilcrslnndlntr. dime of mine is in one of the pockets. I'd She I suppoee you were presented at stay at home before I'd without it." court while in London? Troy Times. He Ye, twice, but I was sripiitted both times. Chicago hvening News. Typewriter RolM Trains In Northern sllehtiraa. The Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul Hall way it now running solid traint of palace deeping can, dining ears (terving mealt a la carte) snd day coaches, flrtt-cla- My Mother Had Consumption with "My mother wis troubled consumption for minj At list she wis given years. up to die. A neighbor told her not to give up but try Ayer's Cherry Pectoril. She did so ind wis speedily cured, and is now in the enjoyment of good heilth." D. P. Jolly. Avon, N. Y. Feb. a, 1899. iWf A Statistician has proved that the intenCnba. tion of the typewriter hat given employment W. C. Ilincirson, G. P. A. Queen A Cret-ren- t to 300,000 people, hut he Taila to ttate how Route, Cincinnati, bat a beautifully many cases of weak stomachs and dyspepsia illustrated now fn press descrip it has induced. All people of sedentary oc- tive oi Ltiuapamphlet ano t'ueno men, cupation nerd Hostctter s Stomach Hitters, Semi in your name at once with a 2 cent It helps nature to bear the strain which ttamp to cover polage on a fi- - ropy ss soon from rnnlihemeiit and it ia a wonderful as tbey are received. medicine. No one rcali7.es this more keenly than the man or woman who has been Mr. Sutll "What are you erring for, Kl cured of stomach trouble hy its use sie?" Ilia Little Daughter "I ve just read that the diamond mines may be exhausted Not nKMl Kickers. in seven years, and it's eight before my comJewelers' Weekly. I never heard but one Porto Illcan man ing out! make a kirk alwut anything. I was titling Ponce one day when on the hotel veranda at Italilrs Will Nut Lango. a merchant came down the ttrcct to sec me. if you give them nostrums for Coughs, Colds. ' There was a vicious bull tearing aliout the Croup and Hrnnchltis. The only sure and street, and the animal got after the mer- safe remedy ia Hoxsie's Croup Cute. SO cts. j chant and run him a block and gave him a toss which landed him on the veranda, al"Feeling 111 again? Wow me tight, yon most at my ftet. Of course I went to hit must like it. Why, I believe if you was to assistance, thinking him seriously hurt, but feel quite well and ad nolhiu to grumble at il turned out that ho had come oft almost you'd die." Ally Slopcr. without a bruie. I lrgin to congratulate him dver his escape, but he interrupted me To Care s Cold In Una with: fako Laxativo Ilromo Qulnlnn Tablets. All "Scnor, I like it not. The hull should druggists rufucdmoncT if it falls to cure. 25c. have rolled me into the ditch, instead ot totting me up here. Never before was I tossed "Sec how Out human skeleton it cracked." upon this veranda, and I can't make it out." "Yea. That man's dead broke." Philadel- The Intention. Cures Hard Coughs No roitter how hird your cough is or how long yon hive hid it, Ayer's Cherry Pectoril is the best thing yon could But it's too possibly ttlce. risky to wiit until yon hive consumption, for sometimes it's impossible to cure this diseise. If proti ire coughing todiy, don t wiit until tomorrow, but get a bottle of Cherry Pectoril it once ind b: relieved. It strengthens weik lungs. J)r Washington Pott. phia Bulletin. tint speak of through Israel's sufferings, blessings car-r)l- nt luJs made symbolical of all bodily nourishment by which the strength Is sustained nnd the youthful elasticity, the spring and buoyancy of life fitly symbolized by the eagle, is preserved even beyond the years in which It might naturally be expected. rsulmtoDavld.and thcSyrlneasstgiiv it to David In his old nge. Hut tlir iiull.nr ship Is entirely uncertain, mnny linguistic signs seeming to separate It from the Davldlc psalms. Whoever wrote It, probably some author nfter the return from exile nnd tn celebration of the mercy that hnd once more opened the temple to the worshiper, appealed to his Innermost being, his very soul, his but (0.) Stste Journal. whole nature, to bless God. Chief of Catarrh Cannot Ua Cored these blessings was the forgiveness of nil personal Inquiry, "thine Iniquity," with local iprucxnoxs, as they cannot reach tho scat if the disease. Catarrh la a and then the healing of "all thy di- - blood or constitutional diic.no, and In order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. euset," both of body and soul, comHalt's Catarrh Cure taken and pletes the redemption for which I lie de- acts directly on thoisblood Internally, surmucous vout Israelite gives thuuks. "From faces. Hall's Catarrh Curo and not a quack la modlcino. It was prescribed bv one of tho the pit" means from the dark underhct physicians In this country for years, and world, hades, tire grave. In which the Is a regular prescription. It is composed of dead were supposed to dwell. "Satis-llet- h the best toulcs known, combined with the thy mouth with good things" Is best blood tiuriaers, acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. Tlie perfect combination nf the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful remits In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, f re. F. J. Ciis.net & Co., Prop- - Toledo, O. Bold bv Druggists, price Tfc. Hall's Family Pills, 2i cents. should be worn when engaged in house work, or going out in t.ie open air. They thould be Don't count your poultry until they get hij Koihed in tepid water with Ivory toap, and enough to get away from ths cat. Chicarefully dried on a soft lonef. Too fre- cago Daily Newt. quent iraihing, or extremes of heat or cold Pijo'a Cure for Consumption relieves the should be a void id. fU.IZA U. PARKER. most obstinate coughs. Hev. D. Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, '91. Tnnk II I m nt Ills Word. Heart failure rovers a multitude of medCuttomer Vnn sell cracked evgt si hall ical ignorance. Chicago Daily Newt. irire, do vou not ? Clerk Yea'm; we always make SO per cent, reduction on cracked good. An)tlnng else "Yet, you may give me a dollar's worth of cracked wheat. Here's CO ceuts." Oolunv Cnre nf tlie llnnds In Winter. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not To keep the hands in good condition in cold ipot, streak or give your goods an unevenly weather care must be given them. Gloves dyed appearance. Sold by all druggists. Three slzsn t3e enough for an ordinary eoldj Wc, Juit right for asthma, bronchitis, bard coldit hosriensii, whooplng-conicti- , 8 1.O0, most economics! for ctuonto cssst sod to kep on bind. 1 'ssaantest, moat powerful. pi::Bnstr roiling- kk&xeu x ror - stfeoUva and I.A OKiri'E n.d CATAHHlil If sll knew whit thooaandi know of ths mnrjrot"a Ultol'a" sisCorstlTS - Tali, known to ths hainsa boar, thcro In all bs tsaok m, would not bollls fsmllvDROPS!" Afflfrles for without s trial bottlr, tM.or Unto boltlo 11.00, (containing 9Dt aos) llMillt.iferttoo. - Rheumatism oft K.rV.7i, 8d V ANSONS4 ten,' KIIEUM ATIO CtTBECO . Iika HI., Chlcaco, V SAVE YOUR "Star" tin tags (showing small stars printed on nnder sida of tag). ' Horao Shoe," "J.T.," "OoodLuok," Cross Bow," and " Drnmmond " Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal valne in securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted. Every man, woman and child can find something on the list that thej wonld like to have, and can have Sa i Xn'fe.onobls.ts. rocxlstset I I Child' ret. Knlfs. Fork an.l Hpoon U S fcsitsml PpprSst.one(b)as4- M on white instil. mpls Ss t Trrnrli Iirlsr Wood Pir. T S STAR TAAS. 33 TIN TAGS I Mit-- Bos St SS JJ Tool Set, not plijthlngs, but real u y. 'n - atnl-wn- rt Ilrhrr llos sjtrlke. Scrunton, l'n., Deo. 22. The Uiuiip- ton and Hyde Pnrk collieries of tho Delaware. Uickiivviinnn it Western Co. shut liown Thuradny by reason of n Mrlke of driver boys, who claim they nro working 10 hours for thoaiimopny they got during tho dull tlmox, whou they wcro required to work only right bourn. Twelve hundred men lire luiit Idle. com-ph'te- ly llrndbnry Seriously III. Augustn, Me., Deo. States Senator .lames W. llriidbury is dangerously ill. lie Is In hla USsli yrur nnd Is not expected to rccoer. Victoria, Australia, Wheat Crop, Melbourne, Victoria, Dec. 22. The Argus of HiIh city publishes u fore cast of the wheat harvest of this colony, lit which It Kays tliut the uwriigc yield is 0,37 bushels per uoro, nnil tluil Hie exportable, HUrplim la 13,000- 000 bushels. Will Loan Ilia Hands nnd I'eet, Kngllsh, I ml., Dec. 22. John Denbo ay nut on tho ground Intoxicated Wcdiusrduy night and was no badly fioren t lilt t IiIh huudu und feet will hiive to bu uiupiitated. He la ubout 10 uutl of n propilpvnt Iqdiann fawUv. exeeuteth goods are eousness," etc. The thought here seems rour advertisements that your to acknowledged by cnnnniieurs thi pass beyond Individual benefits, and best, what do you mean by connoisseurs?" to "A connoisseur, my boy," aniwerrd the "all" who are oppressed, as the naeminent authotion had been In exile, nre made the ireJt manufacturer, '"is an who admits rityan authority, in short, that subjects of Jehovah's Just deliverance. our goods arc the beit."' Collier's Weekly. Personal blessing Is only u part of the The Ural Prescription fur Chills experience that calls for gratitude. Righteousness nnd Judgment, literally, and Fever Is a ho'.tlo nf fJiiove'i Tstk.le I'niu. Tonic Its simply irnnundqiilnlnolt righteousnesses and Judgments, on form. Xoi'iire no pay. PrUe,5uV many occasions, have been experienced, "lie will not ulvvnys chide," for His anNn-"V- hy did Maude get a divorce? I ger Is not unreasoning, to be kept for- thought she and (leorgc got along beautiful!;,?' llelle "So they did. hut the cook ever, but It is Just nnd Intts only so long a violent ns thctlnnerlsobstlnatcln his sin. "Not" look to leave." dislike to him and threatPhl'adc!pliia Hecord. ened (even) "according to our sins" has God punished us; every sinner rightly feelt Hp the vvjiler a id be ten it you right. that the pardon he receives Is not de- Cl caco Doily .wa. served; even if he repents his put sin 'I Hli AI.UlAlIiS. can be forgiven only by free grace. will Inst longer and afford mare pleasure than a dime's worth mt any "Asa father:" No comparison .ihrrbi.ud. Cincinnati, IVc. 12. Is more common either In the Old or LIVi; HTOl'K Cattle, lom'n 3 Send tan to CO.VTI.Vn.VTAL. TUB1CCU CO., SI. Louis, Mo. tt I 00 4 !w the New Testament, lie "pltlcth" us, Select batcher ii I is) 6 is' 11 (i for, as our Creator (Gen. 2:7), Gnd re- I Al.lhri IA .11 HUtiH-l'hot- iA Hli ft i o;h imcJort, members how He Himself made us, o Vt Vj I Mj .MIXIHI I Oi 3 ili Light l.ltlil'l'b "our frame," literally, "our fashion- HHKI.I'-Clioi- ce shipper llUi ing," being of dust. Such n body It I. .v.IIIS-Uxi- riv 6 ID D j i' run it winter if 3 VU like the grass, and flowers of Pales- UltAIN Whent-N- u. lutent.... : 2 red. r !: tine, that wither in nn hour If struck No. 3 rd Com -- Nn. S lillxrd by some sudden hot wind from the Bend at oneo for thit OntHN'o, ; inlitM it in MA ItCI I It lius ttio full swing uml tha nlr Ilytv Nn. : deserts. Thcivliu pusses over a green 010 10 Is culchy ami equal to Bousa'a. Bend Ten PIP IV ISIONS-.Mi- ms pork, Held, nnd "It Is gone" suddenly, nnd 11 5 .1) ijtrd Li nts in money or stamps to uluiiui. w, (1 12 W tlinuthy the life of man Is like this. In contrast, II. juiirSTU.N. ,vucn uiutr , uincinnnu. u. 1G IS IV I dHlry . . . the "loving kindness" of Jehovah It I'huuv cri'iiiiici'y U S "l from everlasting to everlasting, nnd AM'I.I.S-fhol- cc tn fancy. 1 PoT.ViOKS-l'- er ti 1 "j brl "rlghteousncis," or promise-keepinIlls CHICAGO. to alt who "keep truth, Ills mercy, I Via the Santa Fe Route. I'Ltirit- Winter ii.tti.iit i M fl 3M Ills covenant:" 2 rod.. ir Thtee limes a week from Chicago ! 3 ChltMi. Nn. spring Such mercy Is consistent with and Kansas Cuy. 3Vi 23" Cures Croup and WhoopIng-Coug- h the power of God. For "Ills throne" iCOItN Nu I 'AT : Twice s week from St. Taut sod UnexcelletlforConsurnptlvea. Qlvoa Tu tilO tl Is established In the heavens, so far ItlllK - Mean Minneapolis. m 6 IU il i W quick, ante iciults. Ktfu.e subtlltutcs. above nil earthly power that It can Once a week from St. Louis and tanr sc. Dr. Smirs Pillnurt Bituuimu. Tt NHW YOHK. Uustou, never be successfully assailed, and It it Fl.Ol'lt-Wni- ur i 3 13 J luttvul Ia Improved rud the sent of such wisdom that He Infal- W IIKAT-K- u. It H rullunu tourist sleeping cars. 2 mlawl li'i libly executes Just Ice und determine! I'OltN-N- n. WIS M ItV- K-snl Uctterlhan ever before, at lowest RKADKItS OV THIS I'APKU OATri-Ml2a when He mny rightly forgive. possible rates. 10 W tilOij liValltlNM TO IIUV ANVT111NO I'lillK-.Mc- iM Ktpericnced cscurslon conductors. l.AUl)-tUu- nii ADVKitnsKii in n a columns tl SQ Also dally service between Chicago The slight that can be conveyed In a IS1IOUI.U INSIST UPON IUVIMJ ttAl.TI.MUIU:. sua isinurnu. HKKUSlNa glance, In n gracious smile, In n wave of KI.Oflt-1-uitWUATTIIEV AoU KOIt, J 20 JM Cnn,innH.I,n rttA. 9 M ALL BlIIUTU'UTta Oil IMITATIONS, .2 led.. the hand, Is often the ne plus ultra ol T. A. GRADY. , tr Southern Msniger Calif ornla TeurlitSerrUie, art. What Intuit Is to keen, or so keen9 .1 i'niu-t- l, lS lha Atifcltoa, Topela ft Saata la Railway, , auto 31 Uals-N- o. . wliile ly felt, as the polite Intuit, which It It . u' i IN i. .9 Vn Adams Street. CHICAGO. Impossible to reient? Julia I i a ITI.U-Ki- rsl quality right13-11 "The Ijrd The True Cnnnnlssenrs. "fapa," said the lioy, "when jou say in II Itstor, hollow around. Ado English US alMl llutt-- r It Knlfs. Irtrlo plst. boot M 5) qaslilr t Racsr Shrll. tnpl plst. tirsl qasl, to U 70 IS Ararup Box, stsrllns silssr. il tt Knlfs, "KwnKnlter." two blsdrs.. It lintrhrr Knlfs. "Knn Kntlor." t In TS IS blvl IMO 11 hhfisra, "Ksen Knttsr," steels... tl a Rifle. CaTtV.ViVhot! sliw".'.'lk H Nut Kl, Ciwksr sad i ricks, sllrsr M 14 Oulttr (VVathburn), rosewood. Inpilled I0M laid qnsl.lM li Ilss Hall."Ai-clltlon."b1M li Mandotin, rsry handsome It Alsnn Clock, nlcksl 9000 IT bltOnntneRocrsaTMpoonl,Dsr St Wlncheeter Repeating 8hol Oun, 1M listed Roods 000 ltcsae doable-barre- l, It Watch, iitcist, stem wind and set., tw 17 Remington, tt Carrars. (rood steal, backhora S900 Oun, It or ligauge hsnrtle...... Jo His Genuine Roeers1 Tsbls Spoons, M Blojde. stsndard ruaks, ladles or SM 14.10 tst plated aood- igents ti Bit each. KntSMSad Forks, buck-borOnn. ltemlsgton, doubls bar, tsa It ShothamiaerlM, handles. ... , tooo rel, ti Bis each. Oennlne Rogers Knifes (a) sad rorks, best plated foods tt Begins Muslo Box. UH Inch Dlso..MuO THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30m, 1900. (thst llu tags llsln ' Stsr ?nnrill Nnfinn I ,ur printed"Tin TsgseUe ofIs. Hlsrare not ouolwith no smill nn nnder JJJOUIill tail, for prmnit, " bat wtlllwpaM for In CASH on the basis of Iwsolycentsper hundred. If rcolr.t hrmon i.r liefor Ms-i-- h lit. ISSl. larilKAU IM .lll.VU that a. dlsse'e witrlh ol tot caliber T. M tools Toilet Bel, decorated porcelain, too rery handsome Remington Rids No.t. tlor ileal . soo Watch, sterllnn ailTer.full jeweled lam Hull DindurableCane, leather, handsome 1000 and Bewlng Machine, firs! class, with aU attachments.... H00 blued Rerolrer. Colt's, Calendar, Thermomtea eter, Usrometer.... Oun rase, leather, no better made. M0 Rerolrer. automatic, doablo scUoa. Clock, TAOS. nurts STAR PLUG TOBACCO MAKE THETE8TI DO lit !! Personally California TWO-8Ti:- I Conducted I okv . a - UUAlN-Wln-nt-N- 'i). 10-2- Dr.BullS 'i Excursions COUCH SYRUP is 8-- LAKD-iSUu- I uiy i ! OltAlN-Whrut-- Nn Kai-naug- ll)t-Ni- HUCS-U'ust- crii ti (I i W The slender tine twists around the sturdy oak, for no other reason in the world but because It hat not strength tulllclent to support Itself. Goldsmith. The I'roiulted Lund It the land wt)tr one li not, Awlel. UltAIN-Wh.u- t-.. U.U Corn Nu. : m.xtsd Nu, 1 . IMMANAI'M.IS. 2 led.. lu.XLil, ....... .. i,lflti red., 2 it l ld' 1 CARTERS INK 'fsstvs lluod, U Best Ouuh Bjrup. or unifjwa n time, woiq Cso i CO. Top Snap Complete Double BriMt tQ It A. N. QIIMQ K.-- FISH-TACKL- us. tlSSUaakAlMIIIITL POttfU 1 CttMElT (llt.Vl.N-W'l- iet 'l.ni'ltW"! i', . i. JC.riVH.I.i;. r ii , I'i'lll, .AtUi-bua- 11. .. iu m: . II , R 1702 .Mvs ,n it 9 it) WIIK.f AVHITINU TO AIlVfcltTlSEttt plsuie stale Uh yog stnr Ua sat a I la Ult vujist'. 44rUr t 7 A Ralph Ringwood. Truo Story of a Kontuoky Plonoor. (Conttnuri fmm The Counties. Madison County. Wnllnccton . Collingsworth. C. Powell Iuih gone to Livingston on n business (rip. Mr. W. P. Sandlin of Dreyfus was hero last week visiting friends and Mr. J. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. KIUcl tijr Mm. Kat K. rct.iAM, teacher In Ilcrra Colics. THE SCHOOL. Edited by Mm. Kmia It. Yoct'M, .Normal Cowpens nml Holl Innovation. There must bo sotno radical and A field of cowpeas has been very growing departure from tho right and linpplly designated "tho poor man's Miller willingly reccivod mo Into best way of celebrating Christmas bank," for iu common with all its le his houso as an inmate, and seemed when each recurring year wo hear a guminous congeners, tho field p.M, pleased with the idea of making a larger number of men saying, "Well, clovers, alfalfa, and a score of other., hunter of mo. Ilia dwolling was a I II lo truly thankful whon this this crop has the jtower of Increasing with u loft or garret small Christmas business is over." Aud For Young Folks. tho facility of tho soil upon which of bonrds, so that tliero was ample they are led to this remark generally Don't ever go hunting for pleasures. grows. This fact has long boon ll room for both of us. Undor his inby seeing their wives, mothors, sisters iu Thoy con not bo found thus I know: ceptod by struction, I soon mado a tolerablo farmero aud students of or daughters reach Christmas utterly Nor yot fall a digger for treasures, agriculture, but until recent discm proficiency in hunting. My first extired out, with tho prospect of n seigo Unless with the spado and tho liool eries in Germany ploit of any consequence was killing and America it was of illness as soon as Christinas is over. Clover Bottom. believed that tho chief function of a bear. I was hunting in company Now, there is always something Tho beo has to work for tho honey, Henry Click took n load of apples wrong when wo with two brothers, when wo came upllio drone has no right to the fowl. these plants was to pump up nilm inako n burden of our to Berea Saturday. gen from lho sub soil reservoir to (he on his track, in o wood whero tliero pleasures. And if ono of our sources And he who not earned his money surface by means of their long nutH Thos. Hayes, of Gray Hawk, in of ploasuro in tho calendar's greatest was an undergrowth of canes and vt ill got out of money no good. visiting relatives hero. for tho uso and bonefit of succeeding Ho was scrambling up grapo-vinogala day is derived from n feeling of Tho ant builds her houso with her crops. a tree, when I shot him through tlio James Robinson, of Sturgeon, was thankfulness that it is over, there is lalwr, But experiments in the field and breast; ho fell to the ground, and lay hero on business last week. something askow either in tho way wo Itlclimond. Tho squirrel looks out for his mast. laboratory for tt motionless. The brothers sont in puroso of deter Solomon Adams and Miss Susan prepare for, or speud, the day. Ralph Bingham mado us all laugh Aud ho who depends ou his neighbor mining tho their dog, who soized the boar by the causes of natural pirn Christmas is the last of all days Robinson wore married December 21. ill never havo friends, firstor last. nomena havo taken tho placoof cla.-- n throat. lie raised one arm, and gave at tho court houso tho l'Jth. Cash Powoll passed through this which wo should complicate. If tho Miss Maggie Broaddus, who is room philosophy aud spcculatio tho dog a hug that crushed his ribs. simplicity was eximieu .in ony In short, 'tis no bettor than thioving. icinity with a drovo of hogs last I 1 t; Ono yell, and all was over. I don't teaching at Irviue, will spend tho l!f ii i uiu ut--r nvcui on cann u was in llio Though thief is a harsh name to call. reasoning. Within tho last twenty week. years scientific workors have disco know which was first dead, tho dog holidays with her parents and friends life of Christ. No being over taught Uood things to be always receiving Mrs. D. C. Sparks returned to here. orod that minute or tho bear. or tho sublimity of a simplo lifo moro And noverto givo back at all. rrof- - neJnId opened tho holiday Drip Rock Sunday, after a two weeks forcibly : no other lifo has shown tho bacteria, which livo withlu tho tissum By degrees I became known, and Aud do not put off till to morrow of the roots of leguminous plan' here by giving his visit at her fathers. heights reached by simplicity of liv somewhat of a favorite among the entertainments The thing that you ought to do now, toke up Several of our boys and girls who ing applied to high idoals. a Christmos tree in tho chapel free nitrogen from tho gasei Tho com But sot first the share in tho furrow hunters of tho neighborhood; that is P"P's aro attending school at Berea, are manding greatness of His in tho soil, just as tho higher plants of hw Bchol MMIng. life lies in to say, men who lived within a circle And then set your hand to tho aud animals utilizo tho oxygen of tlm Tho taking of tho Morro Castle home for Christmas. tho force of His absoluto simplicity of thirty or forty miles, and came plough. air. The nitrogen enters into comb' Miss Ollie Hatfield has returned Because Ho lived all mankind rejoices occasionally to see John Miller, who will le reproduced in tho M. E. Tho timo is too short to bo waiting, nation to form nitrio acid, which was a patriarch among them. They church Tuesday evening, tho gifts from a trip to Tennessee, and is ou tho day of His birth, aud proclaims visiting friends here. The day makoth haste to tho night, uuiteri with tho mineral dements of s it a day of congratulations, and representing tho spoils, lived widely apart, in good wishes and general merrymaking, And it's just as hard work to bo hating the soil to form nitrates, a kind of Miss Amanda V. Walker spent wigwams, almost with tho simplicity plant foal exceedingly valuable to the lour work as to doit out right. We givo presents to each other be of Indians, and well r.igh as destitute, few days visiting Miss Minuio Gilbert Withers. growing crop. Nitrogen, when iu - this week, while on her way to cause, through tokens of His lovo for Know this, too, Ix'foro you aro older, of the comforts and inventions of civilInd combination with other elements, N Jeffio French, our school teacher, us, we have learned how to love lzed life. They seldom saw each lanapohs to visit relatives and attend And all tho fresh morning is gone, an indispenaiblo form of plant an i is very sick. others. Love tokens: heart offerings Who puts to the world's wheel other; weeks, and even months would school. a animal . 1 ll .11 11H lood.biit the froo element can James Mullins and family are these are what wo call Christmas eiapse, wiiuounueir visimig. nnen shoulder Representative elect Wm. Harris uot be utilized, tincomhincd, by an presents; aud they aro only such when they did meet, it was very much after has finishod taking depositions for away on a Christmas trip. Is he that will move tho world on! i i oi uiu mgiier organisms, small a the manner ot Indians; loitering ui8 contest MoTe lho Legislatu rennd Mrs. Moore, tho noted horse back they are given in the true spirit. Aud amounts of nitrous acid are formed auout, an uay, wiiuoui uaviug mucn 8ay8) If j nm given a fair bearing, I rider, mado this vicinity a visit ono of the complications of tho day Don't weary out with delaying, And when you aro crowded, don't as a result of lightning dihchargi- -t arises here. The real meaning of tho to say, but becoming communicative shall bo seated." Hon. Brutus Clay is recently. and are washed out of tho air bv stop: as evening advanced, and sittiug up managing tho case, assisted by Attor- Joo Griffin has a wator power word "present" has been lost iu nil Beliovo .in n ii me, there's truth in tho saying, rains, to bo iu part ahorlcd by tho too many casos: wo givo from other nm jire, telling uey Lowrv, nan mo mgui i. r ueiuru mill on Horse Lick creek, for grind, "lliero always is room at the top," soil, and in part carried by rivers ami hunting-storiesand terrible tales of motives man tno right ono: wo give ing com. drniuage waters into tho sea. Frv here from obligation; wo givo there To coimcienco bo true, the fights of the Bloody Ground. and to man nitrogen exists only In the air and iu The littlo daughter of Tommy because others have given to us true, Otri. Anderson has been sick for somu Sometimes several would join in a tho gnat-- of tho M)il, but as ammonia. wo give to fit tho conditions of those Keep faith, hope, and love in your nitrous and nitric Born to Mrs. Ella Hardy a girl. timo, but is slowly improving. distant hunting expedition, or rather acid, nitrite and upon whom we bestow, aud frequent breast, Born to Thomas Smith and wife, i campaign, .expeditions ot tnis kind nitrates, it is present in varying nuan Mrs. Susie Goforth, of Madison ly go uoyonu our means; wo give And when you havo dono all you can lasted from November until April, girl. lilies iu tho toil, tho unbroken rocks, county, is visiting her parents, Elisha where tho heart does not go with the do during which no laid up our stock of J. II. Fredrick is working for Josi and Eliza Mullins, of this place. and tho waters of continents and offering. And there we tako tho day Then you may trust for tho rest. summer provisions. Wo shifted our ah Davis. oceans. W. C. Mullins is in tho cross tio aWay from its setting; wo pervert its hunting-camp- s from place to place, Alice Cart. There aro a great many acres of James Davis moved on tothiscreok business near Livingston, and ex- meaning; wo are untrue to ourselves according as wo found tho game. fanning land in the South in need of pects to employ ono hundred men. and to others; wo place a burden oi; from Knox county week before last, This column extends a heartv They were generally pitched near a ourselves; wo wear ourselves out try Chritmas greeting to you all, with renovation. Tho red uplands and Josiah Davis and Sarah Abnor wero Estill run ol water, and closo by a cane-breayellow clay-soil- s were undoubtedly ing to decide uot what wu would liko wishes for a glad Now Year. to screen us from the wind. married Dec. 19. less fertile originally than tho alluvial Locust Branch. to do nor what our hearts prompt us Ono side of our lodge was open Irvan Davidsons child died last and black pntirio soils, and the nieth Littlo Gilla Harris has been very to do, but what wo "must" do: what Let It Conic. towards tho lire. Our horses wero week. otls of cultivation which formerly pre sick for the past week, but is better wo feel wo ought to do: what will bo Whcthu (uu.hlnr, whether rain, hoppled and turned loose in the vailed havo still further diminished Tnigg Swafford, merchant, returned now.. expected of us. lrt It mm, with bells around their necks. Dec. 16, from a visit to their productiveness. Inlhedavs when Whrthrrtorrotr, whrthr rln, Much as wo need simplicity in all Miss Mamie Elliott, of Wiseman- Knoxville, Lot It come I One of the party stayed at home to Tenn every plantation numbered Its acre town, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Aunio tho phases of our living, its greatest It bjr (Ate jnu'rr ttrtr ken, try by the thousand and labor was cheap waicn tno camp, prepare tiie meals, Nut to Morrr, tnx, n.I lh need is sometimes felt at Christmas. Mrs. Betsy Ann Eversole and Goutry. i)m nillc.ro lrrwin nfT ihn wnlroa find Sorrow"! ortAtilclnr. why, tho planter could affonl to clear oft" daughter moved into the house with D. M. Click, of Kirby Knob, was And it seems a pity that wo cannot Let It (Tract tho uBtivo forest growth and bring hunted. When a hunter killed a deer ora,tn weeK BWore ,ast' the guest of Miss Lilly Kindred last make a beginning there. Wo could Whn rrtir lilt (All thick An J (.t, fresh fields into cultivation whenever at a distance from tho camp, ho would if we would simplify this question of Let Ihetn enlur, Friday. the yields of cotton aud tobacco fell open it and take out the entrails; then, And flrmlr blowt IKo'i Umprtt LUut, Grace. presents: if we would leave out of our Jno. A. Bicknell and wife are re Let It (time! below what what was considered a climbing a sappling, he would bend it E. J. Benge has a fine supply of consideration all but the natural Trlilt only male ui tronc, joicing over tho arrival ol a lino profitable figure. The old field, atrip-pedown, tie the deer to the top, and let goods Nrnrc u to wltlutaml lha wroar. promptings ot our hearts. If ever eight pound girl. iu a few years of its accumulaHe It lf h, or trr, or wn(, it spring up again, so as to suspend dismaterial considerations should be Dr. Wyatt is very busy attending Vt It come t ted store of humus,was abandoned and Miss Lilly McWhorter, of Brass- - missed from our minds and lives it the carcass out of reach of the wolves. his patients. allowed to grow to weeds and under Trotitlci come, ofl hinl to beir, At night he would return to the camp, field, is visiting Marsh Kindred's should be iu connection with ChristLet them come: L. H. York's school closed at this family this week. mas. If over our friends should see brush. Tho forest again spread and give an account of his luck. Tho a ibare, lUch and all tnuit bear our hearts our real inner selves it across it, and gradually, in tho slow-next morning early he would get a place last week. It come! Kindred returned homo Sun should be on Christmas Day. Not Lula Ift Mrs. Polly Wyatt is visiting her day after a month's visit with her Ood the Father In lilt might. course of half a lifetime, tho natural horse out of the canebrake and bring that wo should bo other than our real Often worki beyond our litht: enrichment of its surface soil by tho his homo game. That day he would daughter at Tinker. ou other days. But as it is, wo sister, Mrs. R. W. Harris, of Panola. selves What He do ! alraji right, growth of woodland grasses mado it are not our actual selves on the day atay at home to cut up the carcass, Miss Mattio Marion expects to 11 It rumr! Louis Roulo, of Detroit, Mich., and of all the days when we should bo. IlKMtr Auis liANi, Colletrlllll. ready for another robbery. whilo the others hunted. teach school in Manchester. Miss Stanley Bicknell worn married Mr. Wm. Murray and wife aro the at the home of the brido's parents By tho opening of spring we would generally have quantities of bear's happy parents of a fine girl. Tho bride and December 19th. meat and venison salted, dried, and iI$W Lawrence Johnson has completed groom will leave for Michigan in a moked, and numerous packs of skins. his house, and moved into it. few days. We would men make tno best ot our Preston Fields returned from Pittsway home from our distant hunting-ground- burg whero he has been working. Hydou. transporting our spoils, Wm. II. Murray has a fine supply I An election for County Judgo was sometimes on horseback over land, of men's clothing, and expects moro held Dec. 1 1. and our return would often bo cele- soon. brated by feasting and dancing, in several furmers are clearing new Sovoral young mou and ladies passtruo backwoods stylo. I have given ground for next year's crops. ed through hero last week going to you soma idea of our hunting; let me Miss Tana Morgan is going to Beroa. uow give you a sketch of our frolickCuldwell College uext session. Mrs. Liza Riggs has returned from ing. Gran Cornell is delivering a fiuo Tennessee whero she has been visitIt was on our return from a winter's ing her mother. quality of Caunel coal for so von cents hunting in tho neighborhood of per bushel. Helen Brigmau returned from OtGreen Rivor we received notice that Several new students at the Acado- ter creek Saturday, whero sho has there was to bo a grand frolic at VI. O UWfcrcj&saswwaBTaMpaFTill-TX my last week; the gonial Jim Begloy been teaching school. Mosely'8 to greot tho hunters. There is hero again. Columbus Whittimore shot John y was uo other man within a hundred arw i ir . Justus Bowling and Sherman Ev r .'HI jniles that could play a fiddle, so Spivy through tho arm last week, ACROSS THE GOLLEOE GREEN DEHEA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS ersole expect to start to Maysvillo afthere Was no having a regular frolick lie claims it was an accident. A CIIANCK FIIK FOUNDED Li' tjT't Af T ter Christmas. ISSS Mrs. Susan Ben go Is vory bus without Bob Mosely. Tho hunt- Hiram Brock has closed his school Over "O touchers, 700 students (front 20 states.) Ilest Library In Kentucky. No Halooua. nrs, therefore, woro always ready to buying eggs, butter, aud so forth, for on Hirts Creek. All his patrons are givo him a share of their gatuo in ex- - tho girls dormitory at Loudon anxious to have him again. change for his music, and iioo was For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get n teacher's certificate! Mrs. Maud Jeffries, formerly Miss always ready to got up a carousal I. Trado Schools ; Carjeutry, Housework, Prluting two yeurs. Maud Webb aud a student hero, died Kvcrgrcen. whenever there was a party returning II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal and tho iidvuuced courses. . week before last of typhoid fever. Greon Lake was tho guest of Tom from a For those. Kiifllelently advanced to get a teacher's certlllcnto t , forestry, elc, two years. III. Farming and Agriculture, ganleulng, Jones Sunday, December, 17. Mr. Fritz Krugor has fiuishod tho (To U tvnlinutJ.) IV. Domestic Science Sowing, Cooking, etc. two years. brick work on tho court houso uud Pino Grove school has adjourned V. Normal Course for teachors three years, with practice teaching. five weeks on account of uffuirs at Eversolo's store aud left for homo. VI. Academy Course fouryoars, fitting for College, for business, and for life. n yoars for I had dyspepsia Philosophical, and Literary. Circuit Court, at McKoo. For tboso more advanced : VII. College Courses-Classi- cal, Die vi us & Co. havo bought the saw and never fouud pennant relief till I Adjunct Departments : VIII. Music Reed Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. Charlio J, Lako and John Drow mill formerly belonging to Lewis & took Kodol Dysjiepsia Cure. Now IX. Berea General Hospital Two years courso iu tho caro of tho sick. am well and feel liko a new man," aro in the stave business, working for Maggurd. They aro prepared to fill I institution. Its instruction is a Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not a monoy-maklnall orders. writes S. J. Flemtning, Murray, Nob. Captain Smith. jfreo gift. It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves, aud charges a small incidental fee Rov. Tyler of Campton is holding a to meot expenses of the rchool apart from instruction. Students must also pav for their board. Expensos for term It is tho best digestunt known. Cures C. P. Moore, of Welehburg, visited all forms of indigestions. Physicians his brother's school Friday, Decem- protracted meeting ut tho Methodist (12 weeks) may bo brought withlu $21, about half of which must be paid in advance. Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Cougregatioualiita, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of ber 11. He taught Pino Grovo Church. Rev. E. P. Size more is aseverywhere prescribe it. all denominations. I'or ufonnation or friendly advice addreit the school for threo years. sisting him. S. E. Welch, Jr. Mvttk.) log-hous- J. W. Baker moved to Cartcrsvillo relatives. Saturday tho 2flrd. Complicating Christmas. Mr. II. B. Wvlio is drilliuir a well but has got no water yet. Ratio Wylio will start in a few days for Lebanon to visit relatives. Rov. Parson preached at tho Bapt t'st Church Sundav tho 17th: a lanro crowd attended. flirs. way Wilson nas o loion on her thumb, which has caused much pain and must soon bo lanced for tho third timo. miss isarno ruts nnu joo wniiaco wero married at tho homo of Win. Hy ntls, Tuesday, tho 19th. A fow of her friends wero present, and all enjoyed themselves. Prof. Dickson of Livingston staid over with your correspondent Monday night ot last week. Mr. Green V. Morris and Miss Ma ry Morris wero united in tho holy bonds of matrimony Dec. 14. Mr. Jako Millor, John Gibson, and two Messrs. Bates of Richmond slnid at Mr. J. C. Powell's ono night on a bird hunting trip. There are so many goo I things pressed into this littlo jioom of Alico Cijry's that I want all tho boys and girls who are out of school to set to work and learn it by tho timo that 15KK) gets here, and try to livo by it llio rest of their years. !rtrtmnit. Ifn of Cnllcfre. THE FARM. the IMItcd t.jr 8. C. Mawin, cnlture, llorra Collet. l"rof.or ol limn micro-organism- s, log-hut- Rockcastle County. I Clay County. i. a County. cane-brake- s, d s, Leslie County. ? I It .mm SSa&USS . PC "t T C Jackson County. hunting-expedition- stock-raising- fifty-sovo- g GEO. T. FAIItCHILD, LL. D., Herca, Madison Co., Ky.