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De?oted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm.
60 c a Tear
BERBA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKV, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, I8H0.
t. a. PASCO,1
KltlTOII hk.I MAN.UIKIl.
I'liMl.tiM it the offitv of
TIIU CITIZHN, llcreu, Ky.
flrr. nf the '"jy"' ' "rrm Kf , m trrmtl-
Gather the nuts, but don't spoil the,
hleetion is coining. Vote uot for
n party, or for a man, but for
grottiest good to the country.
Hav jour family In mooting and
Sunday-school oiat a week ami they
will be saved f roni heaps of trouble
to any the least. ,
tri .i-.... i .
iti.ii:n uun i iiiivnyn make n
good or hiipiy, but neither
poverty. The wiho matt said, "Give
mo neither POVortv nnr Wrl, ,
mo neitiiir iovorty nor riches. i
c. n u.n mo tree Mrs. Lou Ilamwu is at Foster, Ky,
school every day till the close of the at a reunion of the McCollum i fauiiiv.
Ihnm Jlt" W,UCMi" !h! KiV0S Mi" Vh"y Hichanlsou has return
hem, and you must nee that they got ed from a two-weeks visit iu Lexiug
the full benefit of it. tou.
"Any person guilty of receiving a Mrs. Jeuuie Baker speut a week
bnle for his voto at an election, or for' w'th her ion, Jim Woods, at Paint
services or inlliioiico iu procuring a J k1'
vote or votes at an election, hIiqII be , Mr. C. 11. Cherry of Newark. O., is
fined from fifty to five hundred dol-; J9t sister-in-law Mrs. M. K.
lars, and be excluded from ollice and ' 1 aRC0'
uffrage." Kentucky .aw. j
Ttn tniHi. r i . .t
to he Z , 7 K "urrenucr'
to the IJoers .Sunday..
i ne morals of the Hepublicof Col- i
UlIlblM aru nrimnirimr n mL.t.V..
r 'T. iinviiui uii
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,.. . al. nuaf(i; llt'dr ioie
do, Spain, have been attacked with a
diseaso auniKimxl in 1. d,..
. viuufjuiu! uuuuuvu iuo wiu iIlllOUai
llie Hoera were dofeateil by tho , Anniversary of the Christiah Church,
British iu it battle at Glencoe Camp.i ttt Cincinnati.
iu Natal, after several hours of hard . I ost; ou Saturday a purse coutaiu
fighting. Losses on both sides were iu about two dollars. The finder
heavy. 1 will please return to Mrs. Uertruue
' . . . .M. 'lodd.
ivruger uaa ortleml nil Boors to
leave Johannesburg nt nni'M
city is i the center of tho gold miu-.
iug district, and is the
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part of Kruger Meiui to indicate that :
no intends to dimolish the city with
.Miami, Florida, is infected with
Thirty casos of small-pox are re
ported hi Loalie Co., Ky
D. L. Moody has begun a series of I
revival meetings in Brooklyn.
President McKinley returned to
Washington from his trip in the west.
W. J. Bryan and John R. McLean
have been campaigning through Ohio
Maj. Ouy Howard, sou of Geu. O.
O. Howard, was killed in tho fighting
In the PhilittniiKui l.al Qi.li....
Tl. v..r...i r. ...... .. I
nr . . " v'u""'uuo" 01 u its weekly prayor-meetiugs iu No. 2,
Woman a Christian Temperance Uti- Liucolu Hall. About forty were
iou has lieen held at Seattlo this week. I)rese"t hist Suuday night anil an in
Tho Columbia won in the jJT " '
...wo mm (iiu cup miiL'ii uas ueen Kept
in America for fifty years will coutiu
tie to stay here.
Gov. Bradley addressed 4000 poo
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: f "'""V" "" wvi ie,
H..UI ui luviur aim mo Ke illlllll'llll
Tuesday Nov. 7th, h regular elec
tion is to bo hold to fill for two vear
the Heveral ollices of the Town of Uo-1
rea. A Citizens meeting was held nt
HaiiHOii Hall, on the
lust, with (17 voters ant:
lirftiinl Prnf f . V
I " - " ' . WV.KU .till I
Pii.ir..,.., f n. rr n " i ..... :
, X, . .
mane tjiiairnmu ana A. J. Mcuaiti
SiMj'y. The best of feeling prevailed.
Tho following nominations were made
S. E. V.deli..lr.
Trustees i J. C. Teoters
S. C. Lewis
Police Judge- J. W. VauWinklo
Marshal William Shockloy.
This is an excolleut list of nom
inations, iu which no fuctioual lines
are upparent. At this writiug it
seems that there is uo likehood of opposition.
PERSONALS AND LOCALS.
No wild grapes this full,
R. C, Hurt Is going to Illinois soon.
Tuesday lecturo was given by Mrs.
Berea roads are IwiiiL' mil in i.ood ,
! condition. .
. every night.
dog can be heard ,
t Pres. Froit will spend a few days
Father Whito visited Miss Nannie
Tudor, .Sunday, j
-"inm Bertha Robinson was in Cin-
, i-wuiiii mm ween.
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Hon. William Smith, of Riehtuoud
was in town Sunday.
Robiuson uud Kidd are having a 1
fino lot of lumber sawed,
Rev. J. 0. Pardons was in Living.
Btou last Saturday and Sunday.
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.iuuu an w initio, wno lives iu !
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Mr Mr8, A Tl F"u of Wild e, ;
ure vjsjliu , M A T p. fa
H. Logstou says business is good !
and ho exjiects to build a new store i
J. u.ree, ami irranu-uauirh-
jer, M,Vs Hallie Embn7are .iiwcuxl
home this week.
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Instead of calling a dentist's oBSc!1"""1 T' f I POri
leutal "parlor" why not call it a wo,m,n ,Hnr f:,lul'y' church, and
a deutsl "tmrlnr" wlir
. i - - - i u m. a.
"ilrawinif roomr Ei.
1 Kemembor that the Winter term be
gi'un Doc. III. Get every room that can
be spared ready to rent to atudouts,
if,-miw,.i., . i... .......... i.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. l Uickuell and
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T,u'. Wonmn'a Industrial School
BS, 1 ,Z
day. There xvas good attendance
aud groat euthusiasm showu.
Horace (Jaldwell an old student of
j uerea is iu the standing army. His
uuuress is ri. ueavoiiwortb. Kan..
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.. W.U, mbivu, ul. juu auu
la. Mrs. Welch aud daughters lso
returuMl from a week's visit iu Jack-
Tho Mormons are getting thicker
aud thicker iu Kentucky. If the
people will stay away from their
meetings they will noon thin out and
Rov. F. D. Burhaus has accepted
tho call to the pasturate of the First
Church. He recieves a cordial wel
come to Berea, aud the good wishes of
all iu his work.
.. " .v " C. A. has beeu holding
ter for liis wife's hoaltl
Trof. MiuhIi and Tutor White, of
Herea, iitlendwl the Roekcithtle Co
unty Teacher'H AsHociatioti, at Mt.
Vernou Saturday. Tho Sii)eriiiteiid
ent was unable to bo there nud tho
meeting snowwi tne lach ol nretiani-
It was not well attended,
. I . .
uv. H relieved me
from tho start
aiui etircu me. it m now my ove
lasting friend." S. E- Welch, Jr.
and cured me,
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At a regular meeting of tho Board I
of Trustees of the Town of Berea
Oct. 12, TO. the existing law relating
to ho"s runuiuL' at larira wan ronpnl!
which goos into effect Nov. 1, TO. If
your hog runs the streets look it up.
j Tho 81st Birthday dinner was giv
' en to the old mau Elijah Abuey, at
j his home on Brash Crook, Rockcastlo
county, uot. 1, l:rj, air. AUney is
the father of twenty childrou aud tho
grandfather of one huudred children.
The old mau has good health yet
nml can do as good u day's work as
almost any mau.
Air. .A ll hMnv m t a Ir in if tn-rt nu. ! .....II .f l.l.l.w.. ' wuiuuiUK HWl luuililUK I "Jl T KUUl . - fatiau nf tin Tcnmv tn ennuiur in uifit
:.. !...! i a a i " ' iv hi lit nniiinif tliir mvn iumimIm futrM ' . " .1 i;i
; Annliticai cTw,etry and GeoWv. at , " If' ' ." T '"J . 1 tah". kuow uw.in th- So although a man may be living
Ill I 1'llta.Uif V flltlHL UnifllltLIM Will If 1 I W ll .,,11 4 .. "'o " w.-.w rjllitl 1111 aiUl.IlDH.il WITH C1T WlVtS
. the State Univemitv of Wvotii ntr. u,s" "ul BUU,VU lu """"fT'""'; ' llw7 ' luo ouismo wotiu tuat tuey with half a dozen wives, vet if he has
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IfH II1IIV I'd til X.iii- I ni ni ftl.iu ...w.... uiu uui u.lUk IU iiuiikliuii. I. una nv nnr nlnmiul nn -Jilil I linnn I ivit.,
1' nt iil.tittt ir..lnt rVfd.vu.iIn C i i... r...i i
night of tho 17th will tligeit what vou eat. ' It cures all T. "?t'iZ,: . " . lKr."f- " " "
l Heveral others . onn. o. iivN,eps.a ami Btoiuacu trou (tT. , ., .. ... . , a ;. ti oliicial a.
. Dies, b. if. uamm. Vernon. Texas. ""i"t " " .i.,..-.... ,
A PROCLAMATION OF
ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter
Season in Men's and Boys' Fine
VrKtf.retirMUo clotli jtm Mill the I. nrrt prli.t. rlshtlr mml n'wiluM)-
11 wool I lolhliiif In Amrrli Itlliliy nuile. ni II It nf turnout 'Vitus ' llrnti.l
tin' (inly rrfi.lj-tiw.-nrClMlilnjTiillt.rr'l on rtdly Irntlrtr tli in clean, lull
tentllutcl wmlnnm.. mint flllllu ami wmr rrtHlii. Imiiiw the lnti,.,
"VllnU ihrmr life ofllip aurtnrnl. It irftiln In making. rt.rt-eut tin' r.v
iMfiHlltnrrof im rikI tlHMiKlit. hihI It iUtMc.1 (tmtrat t Uh talhirliiii In
nnllnnr)-tf.l lo untr rinthlng. Th.' KaMIr- llml e Um rt the erj- iife.
.letltint that will W'M-vu tUl t.im. Mnnj tttifli.nl . X(lu,lflj- to n: In the iMr of
lli lHf fill t Th lmt rxtim.nlliMtjr Luiuri' coniLlnliit isirgrrnt nlfrr It thiit .
inn ninl ill. Ml ouf t'lothlnc t
A LESS MONEY
Thmi i Ih.Iit Howiiii we irorl lnm'5 tiicli hlh-!r.le ('Inthlny fur lr miiiu y
tlmn l-fwliere'" (lurnntwcr It purv nml ?'mlr Our ! inolrrn Hore. ttitmrttl
Mrlrtty nn ro:riMlte.tit our I Jotliitig It mA on tin; umiillott margin of profit.
Irppiiilliii; on Urun volume or I.umii- Tlw more ("lothltig we nll the itrenter
uur punhatltiK power the 'owrrotirprlrrt thul tlu- tt.iry In n iiut-.lii ll
COVINGTON & MITCHELL
RICHMOND - - KENTUCKY i)
A most devoted and gentle life was
completed, in the death of Grandma
Harrison, which occurred last Friday
night, after a short illness. Her life
will be cherished iu the memory of
mauv for her devotion in the home
nml mmmuhiir T iiiir.ir;.w
j 7 " " Sundav 1 esident
funeral sermon Sunday I resident
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uiecommuiiity, uy patience, lontier
'uoss, and wisdom, is eiual to
thiug doue by man
Delialah E. Harrison was born er understanding of the character aud
December 3. 1S25. iu Madison, orldauger of a polvtramous system
what is now properl v Jackson county,
and died at the old homestead, near omu pled's uX foot by 'e'lect
Berea, October 20, lS'.Kt, agotl iJjiuga notorious poiygamist to Con
yearn, 10 mouths, and 17 days. j gress, it is proposed to consider the
Her parents, Carter and Edith (Skin- J present aspects of Mormonism by
ner) Lakes, of Scotish decent, came , look,iuS .at tu-'se. fo"r thiugs:(l) its
i f i mm .1 1 position iu regard to polygamy; (2)
here from trg.u.a. In 1SW the u ,)resont 8,rbengtu. SJ0U0 J0f tB
deceased was uuited in marriage to fruits (4)the significance of tho re-
Elisha Harrison, son of Elisha nnd cent electiou of a jwlygainist to Con-
Ipha (Baker) Harrisou. To thialsress.
union were born nine children. The 1v T,ho Amoricuu people havo ro
father died Anril 10 HT. , eeutly discovered that they were sadly
lather itiett April W, 1X.I.. , det.eived b the ,olomu pjedgeaof tho
Three children, survive the parents Mormon otHoials iu order to secure
as follows: Mary II., now Mrs. Josiah , Statehood. T,hey supposed that the
Uurdette. Johu O. Harrison, and
Belle H., now Mrs. J,
all residing in Berea.
le-itliimr I np n.ivf
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ViV '.B 818
was of months' standing; after eating
it was terrible. .Sow l am well,"
writes S. B. Keener, Hoisiugtou, Kas.,
of Kokol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what you eat. S. E. Welch, Jr.
The pig roast.
"Every dog has his day," and even
the pig had his day, or rather night,
last Friday. The "Pig roast" is be
coming an institution in Berea that
bids fair to rival Thanksgiving.
Somethiug like a hundred students
gathered at the foot of Lilli-Oene
about half past seveu, Friday night.
The purpose of the assembly was well
expressed by the words of one of the
orators of the evening
'I come not here to talk; you know
iiiu iiiuuii nuurii iin uvauuii iuvo ( uuu aiuvc uuuvuwu uv utu .'fSUlttllt WOOUrUll a UiaUttOHtO IU
over the horizon; the baud played a lygumous relutious havo been rosum- jv.M) recommending the suspension
ioleinu miuiem. with pie pan ac- ,1, . '."..U' u j . ....... ' of plural marriage, these Mormon
companiuuJit; uud the" pig' .Med'.
aud sputtered over tho fire. J. M.itheie has been so niuoh prevaricatiug , But let us look at tho recent decla
Racerread Lamb's Dissertiouou roast 'l deceiving aud falsifying about ration of President Snow about polyg
tiii? iu a iiiutiner cnleulutiMl io mLn i
polygamy since 1110. Wo kuow uow ,,mv. Ou December 0th. ho oub-
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inn, ,iu, p x pi...!..
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d we ourselves havo beou m-i
,i i. i.i... i.. ,.'.""" "ir" ,
uiivi.i ... .....i w .wvuid D.iiauDiuu-
ists." Tho funeral oretiou bv Mr.
Uutll 8ot the character of tho
departed iu glowing terms. Mr,
Shrock made some more touching re-.
, . . l0ULU'uK ro"
U'u, Mr.C.ndee read the will
ol the tleceaseU. Uy this time the
listeuors liaU so lar succeeileti iu over -
i-outtutr their trrief ami wiiiinir i1B
couiiugtno r (.net, ana wiping "o
tears from their eyes that they were
f 1 . I . t ... a.... n..p.f..i. tnrxi I . . ........a ...ll I
of baked beuus circulating through
thecrowd. Then followed that rarest,
that unapproachable dainty roust
pig; and tho "joy of our lamentations"
REV. R. G. AlcNIECE, D. D.
The writer of the following pages
hM iu Christian 'w
-u Utah forut twenty yean, a
i " " iiuuui muuiv years, aim
thereroro. liacl ample opportunity
I to know what Mormouism is, both in
its peculiar doctrines and its upeulini-i
Now in order that those living at a
(distance from Utah mav hav
y,uicu Ieai,s V"? people of a whole
irouoiesome Jionuou iiuestiou was
I forever settled wheu tuose definite
i pledges were given that all Xlyga
tnous relations should at once abau
' doned aud that the laws should bo
I r..:.i.f..Tl.. i. .....! ii... .i . ......
1 violation of thes pledges since State
hood, culmiuatiug iu tho recent elec
tiou to Congress of a notorious cham
pion of iolygamy, kuowu to be living
with at least three wives, has thrust
the Mormon question back again in
to national politics, uud polygamy
agaiu becoiuet a disturbing issue in
elections to Cougress, iu at least
three States, Ttah, Idaho, aud Wy
oming. I he questiou, therefore, as to the
position of the Mormon Church ou
tho subject of polygamy is auew in
vested with special importance to tho
American people. Now wo great
ly regret that the facts compel us to
declare that the positiou of the Mor
mon oth'cials, iu regard to polygamy,
is two-faced auddecoiviuir. Thev tell
I the people outside of Utah, over their
signatures that they aro neither eu-
Irtnm. II. lit mini.. Vtlllllll I .ll.l
l,,mt,.or"boutteuyan. u".r iwlyg-
.,,.. Ituil lk..ll llf.M.K.f.wl 1,11.1 t.llt ...
-"V "" "vv". v-i" t-"
ilnei men ot tne ,
that there was any i
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mi. ., iiifiniuanii tviri. nn im 'kiiiui.
taut Miuisters at Boulouno iu Franco.
"il way deuyiugthat there was any
iwlyg"y 1" the church, he hims.df
Wttl9.r"',uk' vit 1 w'y0.8' 1,8l?''l,
I iu his biography by blder B. II. Hob'
lerts. Itfee& Wt to im,Kssiblo for
tuem to make uu nonest auu trutntui
1 ," uujw.-i w uuv-
, side world. I hero is almost sure to
be 80mo evasiou, or equivocation, or
uleceiitiou about it. For example.
wueu tnoy ueuy mat iwiygamy is i
practicwl in Utah, as 1'resitleut bnow
uia lust, i?opieiiioor, uiey ure biuiimt
hiding behind ii tleceiviug technicali
ty, i-or uy polygat
tiny people iu gou-
joral uuderstaud living with two or
more wives, which is tho right mean-
The Berea Monumental Co.
The retail of pirnl tenrf: and remouable price is that we
now have vttttomert in all part of the State
When you mint
Anything in the monumental line
1st us know anil we will send you desi'jns and pricex
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first- lass.
JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky.
I TJVJJltA VUI
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Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
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iug. But iu Utah there is a peculiar
legal tpcuuicality wuicu makes the or
w . .a..
Jished a statement in the New York
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i ii oritt, iu which no Hectares tuui ino
statements to the effect that the Mor-
, nhuroli U mimnnimii!? nml
teaching polygamy aro eutirely un-
, , , T.
owwuai aro me lactsi i.
would seem impossible for the church
to give auy greater encouragemout
to polygamy than it is doing now by
tho general example of the churcii
otlicials through their living lu polyg
amy iu violation of law, in all parts of
the State. Those who have boon for
some years the uear neighbors of
President Suow, iuform us that ho is
generally understood to bo himself
liyiug iu polygamy with at least four(
wiiiw. iiiiii i iiiil (Jin in iiiii iiiiiiirifr in i i
XH VUTIX ives has a little child
aiut two ..oars jfow wo aski1" 8 "W
aguiu, lu what way could the Mor
mon church give greater encourage
ment to polygamy than by such ex
ample ou the part of tho leadiug olli
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