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SUB8CRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ClmlitlM, 1000. Deroted to tbi Interests or the Hone, School, and Farm. We i Ten. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1899. NO. 7. Lexington Horse-show, Fair, and Carnival AUGUST 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 1899. Biggest thing ever inaugurated in the South. $25,000 Given away in Purses and Premiums AMUSEMENT FEATURES UNEXCELLED DIVING ELKS 5 GUIDELESS WONDERS DIVING HORSES HIGH BICYCLE DIVE THP MinWAV The Greatest on Earth 11IL, ITIIUYYAI New Features from all Nations Catalogs, Blanks, Etc., E. W. SHANKLIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. . Excursion Rates on all Railroads. The Citizen T. (1. PASCO, i:illTOIl rU MANAOKK. I'ublUaH at the or i( TUB OITIZKN, Here, Ky. f.'trrr-l it tSt W :$te nl A" . at cit.l (Vkm will iifrr IDEAS It is tin honor tu n inn ti to coasn from strife: hut every fool will bo meddling. I'talmi It) S, Hooker Washington is the greatest living Negro, and his greatest word wits this: "I will never nllow it white mati to iimko mo hate hini." Tho-c u ho failed to hear Ilov. J. I). Nutting in his interesting expos ures of tin' "latter day saints," tuny get full information in printed form by sending him ID cents at his home, 7,"ty Itepiibliu Street, Cleveland, Ohio. When the Republicans sell out to the MKiiltoueu, and the Democrats surrender to the opuli.sts, and the Prohibitionists defer tcuicrauce for woman HiiITrage, tho patriotic votor can Htill Hay, "If I cannot volo for n party 1 can at least voto for the lwst man for each olliee." Tut Citizen has boon coming to several people wlto hare not sub Hcrilnsl. Some friends gave us your name and said you would lik such a paper as this. We shall not send you. n bill for paKr already sent, but Undo Sam will not allow us to keep coming unless you becomo mi nctual Htibsciibur. We are sure we can giro you your money's worth ten times over. Will you not join with some neighlwrs and ask the Post-master for n money order for your combined subscriptions! You will want the nent number. Let us hear from you at onoo. BERfiA PERSONALS. V. It. Smith spent Sunday here. J. W. Lambert was up from Con way Thursday. Will Klein was up from Langford last Saturday. I'rof. Marsh went to Frankfort on business Friday. C. I tm ford lUyiuond was in Lex iugtou Wednesday. Mrs, Knrly returned .Monday from the convention at Cleveland, O. Mrs. Jennie L. Hill goes to Chau tauqua with the Itaymoud party. Dr. Hhelton, of St. Louis, is visit ing Dr. Lewis Davis for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, of Wil die, visited Mrs, ltraminmn Saturday. Mrs. Yociim left Monday for tho Institute at Hazel (Jreen, in Wolfe county. Wesley and Norman Frost rot urned last Wednesday from a visit to Man chester. Kev. ,1. 1). Nutting soko agaitiht tho Mormons at Conway last Thurs day night. U. M. Hawling and A. .1. F.ldcr left for Owsley Monday to spend a few duys thero among friends. F. H. Matheny wrilus that ho nud Mrs. Mntheny are now pleasantly lo cated at Laramie, Wyoming. Henry Hughes was in from Owsley lust Tliuri-day uud Friday visiting his brother Ike. who goes to Chautauqua this week. Mr. nud Mrs. O. W. Lawrence, teacher in the Cumberland Gap school, spout Sunday with Prof, and Mrs. Dodge. Harrison Kdwnrds, of Oklahoma, who spent tho winter in Jackson coun ty, visited Mrs. Allen and family here on his way back to Oklahoma. Lruo.it Todd and Carl Fay are still located near Itrassiield, Ky., working tho photograph business for all it is worth, and having fair success at it. V. L. Williams, of Louisville, a graduate of the College, spent Sunday hero with A. W. Titus. Ho conducts tho colons! institute at Richmond this week. W. D. Emhreo has accepted a com mission with the American Sunday school I'm km and goes to Itockcastlc and Clay counties to work for three mouths. I'rof. Martdi cntne through Clny county on his way here last week, and reports that all is quiet at present, though interference might cause trouble. Miss Katharine I'ettit,of Lexington, one of tho excursionists through the mountains was called home from Tor rent last week by tho illnoss of her brother. Rev. J. D. Nutting and Prof. Marsh returned Wednesday from a trip through several counties oast of us where they conducted anti-mormon meetings. Prof. '.. Xagel, of Oborlin, sjH'nt Sunday here and conducted the mu sic in the morning and led in n song service at night. Ho returned to his homo Monday morning. Holn-rt Truett, a Clay county boy, returned Thursday from Havuna, Cu bs, where ho has been serving in the regularnrmy for several months. He enlisted alwut eighteen mout'ts ago, to serve three years, but was honorably discharged last week, leaving Havana July '20 for New York, and arriving here just a week later. The next day lui left for Mauldeu. I'rof. Clay Herrick and wife, of Hudson, Ohio, are guests of his moth er and of their many friends and rela tives here. liichmonil Jteyiiter. Prof, Herrick was in town yester day uud to day, calling on his old ac quaintances, and re visiting familiar place. He returned to Richmond to-day, whero ho remains a few days, and then returns to Ohio. Tutor C. Kexford Raymond and his party consisting of Misses Addie Rey nolds and Lou Flattery, and Messrs. J. M. Combs and J. I.Hughes, leave to morrow for Chautauqua, Now York, where they will take n leading part in tho exercises of Herea Day and Ken tucky Day, at tho Chautauqtiu As sembly. A number of quaint and in teresting ballads, ancieut and modern, will bo prosoutcd, nud stereopticon views of bits of beautiful scenery near us will be exhibited. bUREA LOCALS. Seban Cruncher's little boy still im proves, utter an operatiou for appen dicitis. Tho Marshal bus just inado somo long-needed repuirs on the hill near tho foot'bridgo. E. A. I'otter is at f)H2t'i Ingleside, nitig struck tho dry goods store own ) nud Arnos Reichard, nt H171 Green- jod by S. E. Welch, Jr., but did not 1 wood ave., Chicago. , cause serious damage. A window Tice Gabbard's boys havo reaped , was torn out and a few boards split, quite a harvest of rattlesnakes lately, ' L. Gay was standingnt the window, killing several largo ones. f .. . Everything now under the sun .,, , ... , . . ,r will bo seen at tho Lexington Horse i ,., ,, . , . , , , u Show, I? air, aud Carnival, August 8 to j,, At a picnic for charity on Saturday, , at Slato Lick, there was a good crowd i . , ni i present, and all scorned to have a good lme I " ' A baseball game between the Car torsville team and our team Satur- ( day resulted in a victory for Berea ( to the tune of 117. The printing-ollicu has just recoir ed pounds of new typo and other . . . new material, and is now m iirst-class shajks to do your printing. 1 At a special meeting of the Town ' Board last Friday night, T. A. Uob inson gave bond as Town Treasurer tin place of C. F. Hanson, resigtied. I.ovi Beatty had the misfortune ' last week to havo his laundry basket 1 caught out in the rain as it wns being 'delivered and tho contents soaked. , Smallpox is rciwrtcd nt Hyden aud ; elsowhero in Leslie county, though ex j tension workers for Berea College do not report it as being in a severe form. j At tho Glade School Festival Sat- unlay night, nlout ST, was cleared to ! apply on the proposed new building, so wo are informed by the teacher, K. S. Beard. Geo. V. Settle was arrested Thurs day for breach of peace, committed by 1 Jou"' I,ri,,,er and adventurer, killed him in brandishing a knifo and mak-j fiV-foot rattle snake at Mallory iug throats against various people, j Springs, this county, three weeks ago, He was allowed bail and tho case was ' tookod autl a,tJ P:lrt of Ilis snakeship, called Saturday, and then carried to!tane, I,is hil, aml mttdo sovt,n,l Iiichniond, where it will bo tried this-f week. Prof. Mason is obtaining Home very interesting specimens of wood on the Kindred place, near Bear Knob. A piece of ground cleared somo years ago, has been allowed to reforent, so ' uow it is possible to determine the yearly growth of various trees, as 1 their age is known exactly. On Sunday, July !W, Pres. Frost preached at Statu Lick on tho sttb jject, Avengiug Injuries. Tho duty of each citizou with regard to tho .'avenging of his own injuries was ox I plaiued, showiug how necessary for all to respect law ami government, autl keep from private veiigeance. I The champion shot of tho world, I Dr. V. F. Carver, will giro au exhibi 1 tion of skill in this lino each day dur ing tho Lexington Horso Show, Fair, and Carnival. August 8 to 12. Dr. i Carver has well earned the title of champion of the world, and his fancy shooting has defied the efTorts of all competitors. Last tiight the quartette of young , people who go to Chautauqua gave a J final rohearKal in tho chapel. Tho pro grain consisted of singing of und ent and -modern ballads of tho people, with religioimsongs.unda few storooptiooii iewsof scenery nearhere. Tho exhibition of a hoine-inado loom hi operation and a liomu-umdo banjo was a pleasant feature. An admission fee of ten cents was charged, and tho treasure materially increased thereby. Last Saturday during a storm light- ; with his foot on tho sill, and had just left it a moment before it was struck. . Shocks wore folt at other places in . n. . . , , ' town, Bicknell and Early s store, the , '. . . , ' Telephone Exchange, etc., but no damage was done. . , , , Tho Madison County Sunday-school , ... .,,,;. ,,, , .Association will hold its 13th annual .. . , , , convention at the Speedwell church, 'nil .fllllwlnv Allfritdi 1 Papers and addresses will bo given by various workers all over the cotin. ty, among whom wo notico tho follow ing from our neighborhood: Prof. L. V. Dodge, who is President of tho As- soeiation, E. V. Baker, Mrs. Martha t.-...i u r-.. , n- . harly, Itev. Geo. Ames. o regret that lack of spacu prevents us from giving tho entire program. Lot as many ns can, ntteud, and encourage this good work. Prof. S. S. McClintock, of Lexing ton, now nu instr ictor in Armour In stitute, Chicago, arrived hero Monday and will do extension work for the College, speaking on Robert Burns, and How Education Helps. Ho will speak at the following places: Tues., Aug. 8, 10 a. m. Manchester. i p. m. Burning Springs. 10 a. m. Tynor. Wed. 1 p. m. 7 p. m. 10 n. in. 1 p. in. 7 p. m. Maulden. Mauldou. Gray Huwk. Kirby Knob. Kirbv Knob. Thurs., Mr. Sharp Holmes, an enterprising wmcn ne ues.gneu lopreseui to i somo latly menus. .Mr. lioltnes.ig a "rattler," nil will now admit. Climax. ' Tho above needs some correction. The snake was killed at Conway, I Hockcnstlo county, and the rest of the j uartr sar Sharii did not kill tho i I..-. ..., .-...! lllll... I nuiini', na iiu i iiutuuij u imtci, but was too rattled to do it. Tho eat ing part is all true enough. A young couple wore married last Sunday, duly 250, at the homo of Mrs. Baker. Immediately after tho marriage they drovo up town. While returning they met tho father of. tin bride, who hud objected to the union. A fence on each sitlo of tho road pre vented the buggy from being turned. The old gentleman was rapidly ap proaching on n wheel. Something must be douo quickly. Tho young groom's heart leaped into his throat. In the absence of u better suggestion, he leaped from tho buggy with tho activity of a squirrel aud with keen ' eyes and quick tep took a pace that would havo done credit to u profes sional sprinter. Tho excited bride followed suit. The old man alighted from his wheel aud brought up the rear with a grim determination to capture tho girl; at the name time making a womun-stilfrago speech that would take tho prize anywhere. The groom boingmicoossfully in the lead charged up tho steep hill behind Mr. Welch's store with u heroic dash that would havo put the San Juan Hill heroes to shuiuo. Tho groom having viiiiished into tho dim distance nhead, tho exhausted brido took refuge in u nuighboi's house uenr by, DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers. Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings. J I Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed. J ISTo Trouble to Siiow Goods I 207 WEST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY. The Berea Monumental Co. The refitlt of good work and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the Stale When you want Anything in the monumental line IA us know and we will send you designs and prices Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. ... Marble and Granite Monuments ... At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class. JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky. A. P. SETTLE, Attorney and Notary Public, Berea, Kentucky. OBIee Oil Main Strtft, In Maunlc MMb up-tnlrs. PATENTS DESIGNS TRADE. MARKS AND COPYRIGHTS UDlHintu FREE UbIAlNtU ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice in " invenUTe Age " Book "Uow to obtain Patent' Charfftt moderate. No fee till patent U secured. ijeiurannciiTconDaenuai. Aaareas, C. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawrer, Wathlngton, D.C. from which she wns token by her father nnd carried home. IiATLit: Tho groom secured tho services of C. M. Itawlings who re covered the brido and brought her back to town, after a long and ted ious course of argument with the father. The groom was Hugh Parks, of Slato Lick, and the bride, Miss Emma Rutherford, of Wallaceton. Madison County Institute. Tho county institute for white teach- ors begins next Monday at tho Cald-1 well High School building, at 10 1 o'clock. After tho opening oxeroises aud or- l ganization of the institute, tho time from Monday noon until Friday night is to bo devoted to practical sttidv of tho best methods of work in the school room. Discussions of live questions of interest in tho school nud of tho importance of tho ndvanco- ' ment of education will bo held each dny. Prof. Liviugstou will bo the in structor and a profitable session is ex pected. Among the speakers wo no tico tho following people from our lo cality. Misses Nanuie Tudor, Gay, Coddington, mid Messrs. J. W. Van , Winkle, J. W. Bales, J. B. Wallace, 1 F. I. Jones. j E. G. Dodge's Travels. Recent ndvices from Prof. E. G. Dodge, who went abroad in March last, shows that ho is closely follow ing out his carefully prepared pro gram of travel. Thus far he has been in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria, Sorria, Auslro Hungary, and in Germauy a sec ond time. By this time he is suppos ed to bo in Paris. His plan involves spending several weeks in Loudon and other parts of the British Isles. Everywhere he has been he has studied tho architecture nnd customs of the upper autl lower classes with reference to use in future work as a tcaeher. He has taken extensive notes which have boon Font homo to his father, to bo kept for future refer ence. Wo aro told that tho latest let ter filed away beara tho number 01. Mauy inquiries are uuido in regard to his exporiouce abroad, nud his utimer oui friends will bo glad to hear that his health has been good, and ho has kept in good spirits, whilu traveling among tho peoples of unpronounce able tongues. ; You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. liliwi tliat are not properly adjtuteil to ,our ryes are actually iliiiKerouK. 1 know It. and you outfit to know It. I Mill not attempt to tult glan-et to your eyei until I know what Is needed. Eyi'j examined free. .A A'lce line of Xorelties in JEWELRY. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. GO TO HANSON & PASCO'S LIVERY. H. C. JASPER, M. D. MEDICINE and SURGERY, Office in Prither Building Richmond, Ky Tckphoc 103 & 10? E. B. AlcCOY, Dentist, Berea, Kentucky. CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C. 1. OQQ, Proprietor. Up-to-Date Photos. Nothing Bat The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. DENTAL SURGERY. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Smith lluildiny, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. Telephone, Itrtltlence, NoG'i, Offlce, No OO. BURTON, The Photographer, DKAl.KIt IN AHATKUIl SUl'l'LIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices. I'iVim about Rerea a specialty. J. C. MORGAN, IDentaJ. Surgery, OJfice Hours, H to li A. M., I to.f P. .V. Nutional Bank Building Itichmo'id, Ky. Do not forget Stone Brothers' - NEW LINE OF Groceries Si General Merchandise AT FARRIST0WN.