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DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899.
T. Q. PASCO,
KDITOK unit MANAOKIt. .
ruhlUhttl at the offlca nl
TIIH CITIZEN, llereu, Ky.
KHlnpt ol tkt W-flJft at Btrtn, AV, ni troml
rlau mntt otnller.
There is i bljr difference Imtween
doing a thing nnd doiiitf it well.
Tho way to amuse children and
koop them quiet in to give them omo-
ining 10 no.
A mnn who conceals wrong doings
bocomos a Hhener In tho guilt of it.
If you do not got jour children in
school, in Sunday-school, and in
church, jou nro not doing jour dutj
as a parent.
Wo must get ready to olworvo the
now law requiring tho oople who
own hogs to tnko caro of thorn. This
is a step in progress, and will make
hotter streets, better gardens and bet
The Wide World.
The Iloers claim to hare 100,000
men iti tho field. 1,000 of whom are
said to be Americans.
Several bridges belonging to Am
erican cor jKirnt ions in Columbia,
South America, have been blown up
Tho bulxniic plaguo has broken
out in Brazil. This is said to bo tho
first time the plague has reached the
Tl' British, with 12,000 men nro
occupying LndjMmith, which is Bur
rouuded by 17,XW Boors, lod, it is
said, bj Pre. Kruger. Tho Boers
hare some hoary artillery, and some
anxiety is felt by the HrttiHh.
Tho Itocrs suffered sovero losses ut
tho Battle of Oluncoo last week.
Clen. Fitz Hugh Leo snjs tho con
dition of things in Cuba is verj pros
irarous. NATIONAL NEWS
Now Jersoy prwwntod a sword to
Hear-Admiral Sampson last Wednes
day. The Dowej Homo Committee for
mally gavo orer to tho Admiral lost
Wednesday tho residence selected
for him in Washington.
Gov. Urndley starts this week to
muku scches through eastern and
The new corporation formed by the
consolidation of the Pullman and
Wagner 1'alace Car Companies, will
pass into tho control of tho Vander
hilts on Doc. C.
Washington officials are making
iilaus for a Pacific cable lino from
San Francisco to Manila by way of
It is reported that a Transval
agout is in Chicago, getting recruits
for tho Boer army.
Wa.uiisotox, Oct. 25. In his
Thanksgiving proclatnation.isaued to
day, Presideut McKinley says:
"Seldom has this nation had greater
cause for profound thanksgiving. No
great postilcnco has invaded our
shores. Liberal employment waits
UK)ii labor. Abundant croiw have
rewarded tho efforts of tho husband
men. Increased comforts lmvo como
to tho houie. The national finance
have boon strengthened, and public
credit has bcou sustained and made
firmer. In all brunches of industry
and trade, tliero Imsliccu an unequal
led degree of prosperity, whilo tliero
has Imhmi a steady gaiu in tho moral
mid eilueatioual growth of our nation
al character. Churches and schools
lmvo flourished: American patriotism
has beou uxulted. Thoso eugsgel in
maintaining tho honor of the flag
with such signal success lmvo been
in a largo measure spared from disss
ter and disease. An honorablu peace
has boon ratified with a foreign nation
with which we were at war, and wo
nro now on friendly relutions with
every jwveroii earth.
"'I ho trust which wo have assumed
for the benefit of tho nooplo of Cuba
has been faithfully advanced. There
is b marked progress toward tho re
storation of healthy industrial condi
tioiis.nud under wiso sanitary regula
tions, the iHluud has enjoyed unusual
cdeinption from the u-otirgo of tho
foor. Tho hurricane which swept
over our now possession of Porto Hioo
destroying tho homes and property of
tho inhabitants, culled forth tho in
stant sympathy of the people of the
United States, who were swift to riv
spoud with generous uid to tho suffer
ers. Whilo tlx insurrection still con
tiiiues in tho island of Luzon, business
is resuming its activity, and con (id
en co in tho good purosoH of tho
I' idled Slates is Mug possibly estab
lished throughout tho archipelago.
"For thoso reasons, and countless
others, I, Win. McKinley, President
of tho United States, do hereby uamo
Thursday, the thirtieth day of Novem
ber next, as u duy of general thauks
giviiigand prayor, to bo observed us
such by ull our people on this contin
ent and in our newly acquired is-luudu."
PERSONALS AND LOCALS. I
Elijah Logan is sick.
Dr. Davis was In Richmond Thurs
day. Harry Blazer was in town Thura
da. Letch Walker is very sick and his
recovery is doubtful.
Fnrorablo reports como of tho
health of Mrs. Mathony.
Mrs. James Adams died Monday,
after a long sickness.
Miss Anna McBain has boon visit
ing her uncle.Mllton Baxter, of Union
II. E. Paddock was visiting Win.
Hanson, jr., of Winchester, Saturday j
and Sunday. I
Thomas Francis, who has Insen '
I working for tho Kockcastlo Stonu Co.,
oi i-angtoru, came home hnluruiiy. I
Mrs. C. H. Cherrr. who has been :
visiting hor sister, Mrs. M. K. Pasco,
returned to hor homo in Newark, O.,
Prof. N. T. L. Nelson gave a
very interesting lecture last night.
His subject, "The Heavens," was of
interest to all.
"I wouldn't bo without DeWilfs
. Witch Hazel Salvo for any considers
tion," writes Thomas B. Rhodes,
unieriioiu, u. Iniallinlo for piles,
cuts, burns and skin diseases. Bo
ware of counterfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr.
W. D. Embrco nnd H. B. Hunting
find everything alright. Their ad
dress is 114 North College St., New
Dr. H. H. Hadon, Summit, Ala.,
says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
is n good medicine. I prescibe it,
and my confidence in it grows with
continued use." It digests what you
oat nnd quickly cures dyspepsiu and
indigostion. S. E. Welch, Jr.
James M. Ilncer gave an At Homo
in his room. No. 22, Howard Hall, to
several of his lady friunds. The ladies
present were Misses Edwards, Burr,
Shultz, Jocobs, Doggett, Robinson.
J. D. Bridges. Editor "Democrat,"
Lancaster, N. H. says, Ono Minute
Cough Cure is the lost remedy for
croup I ever used." Immediately re
lievos and cures coughs, colds, croup,
asthama, pneumonia, bronchitis,
grippe, and all throat hikI all lung
troubles. S. E. Welch. Jr.
Tim aecchoft Saturdar in the
chapel, given by Judge Buhiam and
'Squire Coyle were fine ones. The
Committee had not advertised it
properly nnd many who wanted to
hear them were not there.
"I had dys(ep8ia fifty-sovon years
and never found jwrmant relief till I
took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now
I am well and feel liko a new man."
writes S. J. Flemming. Murray, Neb.
It is tho lest digestant known. Cures
all forms of iudigestions. Physicians
everywhere prescrilo it.
S. E. Welch, Jr.
Pres. Frost left yesterday for tho
East to raiso money on tho Endow
ment. Tho students and teachers
met in front of Lincoln Hall nnd gave
him n good send-oft".
Lagrippo, with its aftereffects, an
nually destroys thousands of people.
It may be quickly cured by One Min
ute Cough Cure., the onlj remedy
that produces immediate results in
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneul
iiiuuin, nun inniai. irouiiios. ll Wll
I prevent consumption. S. E. Woloh,Jr.
Bert M. Montgomery nftor leaving
I Berea last spring, worked on the lake
I fivo months and then wont to Joplin,
Mo.,whero ho and his father are pros
nocting for lead and zinc. Bert ex-
, i)ect8 to enter n medical school next I
Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill. N. Y '
says. "I heartily recommend One Min-1
uto Cough Cure. It gnvo.my wife
' immediato relief in sultocating Astli-1
ma." Pleasant to tske. Never fails!
to quickly cure nil coughs, colds,
lung mill threat troubles. j
. K. Welch Jr.
I Tho College has just bought seven
, reuei maps oi v . raver, ot I'uns i
, Ky., agent for tho Central School
i Supply Companv, of Cliiengo. Tho 1
I mops are as follows: World, North!
ami South America, Europe, Africa, I
Asia nnd United States. On account i
( of this purchase they were given tho I
j limp of Palestine.
You uover know what fouu of blood
poison will follow constipation. Keep '
'tho liver cleau by using DoWitt's
Littlo Early Risers and you will ,
i avoid trouble, Thoy uro funious lit-
j tlo pills for constipation and liver and
I IkhvoI troubles. S. E. Welch. Jr. 1
In tho election to be hold Tuesday,
Noveuil)cr 7, tho election officer are
Town of Borea. Isaiio Davis and
B. R. Robiiibon, judgssj (5. 1. Ogg,
sheriff; E. 0- Dodge, clerk.
Berea Precinct. Clay Mnupiu nnd
A. Moore, judges; John Cade, sheriff;
T. R. RobiiibOii, clerk.
Blue Link Precinct. Eph. Mitch
ell and E. L. Robiuson, judge; John
Johuhon, sheriff; T. J, Osborne, clerk.
A PROCLAMATION OF
ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter
Season in Men's and Boys Fine
. Stylish Made
VtTK areirtrrl to cloth Tm wllh th Lnweu-prlral, rightly made, alw.lutely
" all-wool Clothing In America. RUhllrniadf, a It l n( famou "Vital" llraml
Iheonljr rrailjr-to-wrar Clollilnt Tailored on atlrirtlr N-lrntMc ali In rlfan, trell
Trntllati'd workrootiu. I'erfwl AtlltiK ami wrar-rcolitlnx, Ixraiw th In.l.lp, the
"Vltala, tlieterjr IIIp ollhe garment, In rarrftilnew In making, rrpftwnU the rx-Ix-nilllurrof
time and Ihouglit, and la a ilccldi-d contra. I to the tailoring arm In
nnllnarr rrady tn-wcar Clothing. Tlir Fahrlra that we how are the very newest
ilelxii that will lie aevii thin leanm, Many i-unflnnl exclusively to iia. In tie face of
IheaNite facta. The mott extraordinary feature cornlilnlnK our great offer l, that we
( an and do m'II our Clothing at
Than elcwlirc. How can e alTonl to v ll mch hlli (trilc ( lothlnx for leu money
than elsewhere? Our anr In pure anil dimple: Ohm l a modern ' tore, conttnictwl
trlrlly on progrcwlve plaii. our riothliiKl" aold on the amaltot margin of profit,
depending on a larga volume or hulnnu. The more Clothing we II, the greater
our purrhaaltif power the lotfi r our prtcea, that'a the tlory In a nut-ahell.
Admiral Dewey is now iu possession
the TiO,000 homo at 1710 Rhode Is
land avenue, that was purchasod for
him with tho fund subscribed by pop
ular subscription. The house was
his own selection and ho is much
pleased to have a home of his own.
There is nothing seriously tho matter
with his health, though on tho advice
of his physical! ho cancelled all the
invitations ho had accepted, but he
finds the strain of tho continual re
ceptions to which ho would bo sub
ject is more than he can bear. He
needs rest nnd quiet, though this will
not interfere with his duties as one
of the members of tho Philippine
Commission, of which all the mom
lers but General Otis are now in
Washington, preparing their report
to tho Presidout. The state of tho
Admiral's health has acted as consid
erable of a damper on tho movement
to make him u candidate for the Pres
idency, with or without his consent.
In conversation with uewspsper men
sinco coming here, he has reiterated
his determination not to accept, and
has stated his platform to he, "no
speeches, no banquets,no receptions."
Tho Navy Department will briug
homo tho bodiss of tho sailors who
perished by the blowing up of tho
battleship Maine, which were buried
at Havana, and they will lx interred
in tho National Cemetery at Arling
ton. After the catastrojJio a few of
tho bodies recovered were brought to
the United States and interred at
Key West, but most of tho victims
repass in tho Christophor Colon Cem
etery iu tho suburbs of Havana. The
removal is expected to take place
next January, and at tho funeral it is
likely that iu addition to patriotic so
cieties and United Statoa troops, tho
President and tho Cabinet will at
tond. Tho Navy Department is quito
short of sailors to replaeo thoso now
in tho Philippines whoso time has
nearly expired, hence tho battleship
Indiana is to bo put out of commis
sion, itnd her crew sent to tho Philip
pines. To the Voters of Berea.
Fellow Citizens: You lmvo hou
ored mo by tendering to mo tho nomi
nation for election to tho office of Po
lice Judge of Berea.
Whilti the nomination has como to
me unsought, yet, under tho circum-1
stances, I do not feel nt liberty to ro-1
fuso tho nomination and do hereby
accept ami cordially extern) to you
my sincere thanks.
If I am elected, I shall try to faith
fully nnd impartially discharge tho
duties of mi incumbent of that office.
All who kuow ino should know my
politics and do know that I never!
wear party badges or buttons, and no'
ono is authorised to say that I favor ,
Ooebel, or tho ''Goebel-eloction law,"
on tho contrary I should feel that I j
could not conscientiously vote lor ino
nominee of a convention such as tho.
ono held ut Louisville last summer is
said to lmvo been, oven if it had beou
hold by the Prohibition party.
Thanking you again for your con
sideration, 1 ii in
Jas. W. anW'nkle.
REV. R. G. McNIECE, D. D.
QmttHuftl Jrwn ViM vrtk.)
2. In reference to the teaching of
polygamy. It may bo that the
church is not just now, in u formal
way, giving instruction in behalf of
this doctrine. But we know that tho
ofiicial representatives of tho church
are publicly teaching poligamy over
the state. To bo specific, at a con
vention of Mormon young people's
societies on tho 14th of June, 1898,
one of tho twelve apostles, in an ad
dress, as reported in two daily papers
in Salt Lake City tho next morning,
stated that "belief in polygamy is as
much a part of the Monnon faith to
day as it ever was," and that tho
young people "could not deny this
part of the Mormon belief without at
tho same time deny tho prophet
At another young people's confer
ence in Logau, Utah, on November
13th, another apostle, a notorious
polygamist, who did all that he could
to secure tho election to Congress of
tho polygamist, Roberts, is reported
iu the puer8 as Baying in his ad
dress that he foil "to sustain tho
principles of the Gosiiel even to the
extent of taking more wives if nec
ccssury." A maguzino called Tho Improve
ment Era, tho organ of the "Young
Men's Mutual Improvement Associa
tion," is edited by the polygamist, B.
H. Roberts, who has just beou elected
to Congress. Iu tho May number of
that magaziuo for 1898, Air. Roberts
had an elaborate article, of nearly
eleven pages, advancing and defend
ing tho rightfulness of polygamy.
The article closes with these words:
"And tho fact of God's approval of
plural marriago iu ancient times, is a
complete defense of tho righteousness
of tho marriage system introduced by
revelation through tho prophet Jos
Iu addition, wo know -that the
church officials iu tho smaller towns
over tho State are teaching nnd ad
vocating polygamy in tho Mormon
tabernacles, ut tho Suuday services.
Tho best way, therefore, to ascer
tain tho position of tho Mormon
Church on tho subject of jwlygamy
is by studying tho persittent man
ner in which the church oiliciuls, by
example aud direct teaching, are
urgingipon their own people in Utah
tho rightfulness of polygamy as a
diviuo imtitutw.il, nnd it vital part of
their religion, ruth'r than by such
smooth auil plausible statements as
that which President Snow recently
published iu tho New York World
tor outside effect.
Furthermore, wo kuow that poly
gamy is a fundamental doctrine of tho
Mormon Church just us much as bap
tism, or nuy other doctrine. Aim the
rejection of it as u doctrine exiwses
one to tho terriMo penalty of damna
tion. Tho alleged revelation on which
plural murriago rests declares to each
one "that ho must and shall abide tho
law, or he shall be damned, suith tho
Lord God." (Doctrino and Cove
nants, Sec. l'VJ, Paragraph l ti.
The law here referred to is that up
holding plurality of wives. Aud uo
church otlicinl ever pretends that it
has ever been set aside us a doctrine
of tho church. Besides, genoral prae
tico of iwlygumy sinco Statehood was
secured is quite notorious in Utah.
II. Iu regard to tho present
strength of Mormonimii there is some
diU'ereuco of opinion. It is true that
there is u strong minority iu tho
church made up largely of tho young
er meu uud women who are opposed
to church domination iu civil affairs,
aud iu polygamy. And this is an en
couraging fact. Oil tho othor baud,
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STUDENTS' JOB PRINT,
the church deals with all such with
an irou hand. Apostle Moses Thatch
er, with all his wealth uud influence.
f was obliged to give up his political
I independence, and succumb to the
' domination of hierurchy.
Tho church has maintained more
1 missionaries over tho country tho past
1 two years thau ever before - about
1,700 in nil. They have gono iuto
uearly every northwebtern, enttorn
I aud southern state. Nor lmvo thoy
1 irono iu vaiu. For it was stated iu
the annual couleronco in &ait uiko
City last April, that thoso missionaries
tho previous year had secured over
lill.OOO converts. Thoy lmvo congre
gations uud centers ot inlluiuicu iu
many of the eastern uud southern
cities, mid uro very industrious iu dis-
'bemmatiug thoir mischievous doc
Itrines, sugar coetcd with Christian
I nhraeology. General Entoh of Wash
, uigton, D. C, iu his most instructive
, pamphlet entitled "The Mormons of
To-dav," reminds us that the census
! of 1890 reports 1,0.18 Mormon com
' municauts iu Nebraska; 1,100 iu Kan
husj in Wyoming; UVM in Cat
iforuia; 1,510 in Michigan; 1,702 in
Colorado; n.IUXl iu Iowa; 0,500 in
I Arizonu; 11,972 iu Idaho. In I'tnh
tho Mormons are about three-fifths of
the eutirp population, which is about
1 Tu be cWjm (.'
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