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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 December 1899

I r The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY TODAY j Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of tbe Home, School, and Farm. 60c aTetr VOL. I. M2I.KA, MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMIJEU 13, 181K). NO. 26. The Citizen T. fl. PASCO, KDirOll nn.t MAN.HlK.lt. rulillxlict t Ihx nine nl THE OITIZHN, Ilorea, Ky. IMrrfil at Hit fW tiffin at Item, AY, at w. rVflu "vilt mi(r. IDEAS. Worthy Inscription. Mim Fraucoi I'oworColilip, known and honored throujhout KiiKlnnd and (ho United Stnton, lim recently put into tlio form of nn inscription tho heroic deed of one who "lived on known until tho Miprmun nncrificu rondo hor forever ijloriotiN." Tho concluding line nro their own lwnt commentary, and, committed to memory, ran hardly fail to inspire uud fortify tho uiont timid soul: In tho memory of tho I'oroic deuth of Mary Anna Rodent, Htmuirtlenn of tho Stell, who amid thocoiifiiMioii and terror of shipwreck aided all tho pas wnerH under her cliar(,'() to quit thn leHHel in tufot...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 December 1899

ff THE CITIZEN, T. 0. PASCO, Editor and Uanacer. lll.RKA. RKVTUCIO I DECEMBER 1899. t . ... Sun.lMon. Tue. Wed. Thar. Frl. Ssl. fri. 1 2 8 9 I s- 12 13 14 tr If )3UO h Ml. 18119 20 21 T. 5 17 3 J 24 25 S3! .... 26j 27 28 .... . .... .... Solon IVinotUM, a 1'nrisi.in sculp'nr. has been in South Dakota for the .list three months making mo lels tn city of Indians for the Paris cxpolt.on. He found sora-j fine specmens of tho American aborigines a mo up the Sioux 'nt the Crow Creek necney, i-oulli Da kota, and succeeded in working up a half dozen molds. SriCAKl.NO of big salaries, the bluest on record was paid to George Gould. For ten years' work his father pave him $'5,000,000. The account w cnt down as "fur services rendered.'" That was at the rate of $500,003 a year. The highest salary ever paid a raitroad president was $73,000 a year that went to Sir William C. Van Horn when he was president of the Canadian Pacific. Tiik "ICreuz Zeitung" asserts that tha Iiorr are us.ng English cartr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 December 1899

GIVEN TO TAYLOR t Majority of tho Stnlo Klcctlon Hoard Decide lit Fuvor of Mm. Tht llrtlnra an the Ulrrllnn Are All Al Km to (ho Klnul Oat romr JnriHe I'rror Will Not Itrslan. r'rnnkfort, Ky., Dec. 9. All pre tenso of a fifflit for the certificate of election ns jroTrrnor litis Item frltreii up by the (loebel people, whether or not n contest will be tunde In tho leff lslutura In yet to be determined. It will depend tcry Inrjfely Ukiii tho wording of the opinion which Com missioners Kill mid I'rlor will hnnd down nt 10 o'clock Saturday morning. If It implies that the cominlsssloneni H'llete fraud wan committed which illicit invalldnta the election did they nil cantnxftliiK board have tho lenl right to go behind the certified ro t n rim, It In almost certain a contest will bo made. Otherwise it U uncer tain. The democratic cnntlltlutes for tho minor others on the state ticket, act ing on tho belief that the cnmmls doners' opinion will contain Implica tions of fnuul, hare already decid...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 December 1899

Ralph Ringwood. A Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. (Oontinunl from .Vnr. SO.) While here, I purchased n rifle, aud practised daily at n mark, to prepare myself for a hunter's life. When sufficiently recruited in strength I re sumed my journey. At Wheeling I embarked in n flat bottomed family boat, technically call ed n broad-horn, a primo river con veyance in thoso days. In this ark for two weeks I floated down the Ohio. The river was as yet in all its wild beauty. Its loftiest trees had not been thinned out. The forest overhung tho water's edgo, and was occasionally skirted by immenso canebroaks. Wild animals of all kinds abounded. In this way wo glided past Cincin nati, tho "Queen of the West," as she is now called, thou a mere group of log-cabins; and the Rite of tho hust ling city of Louisville, then designat ed by n solitary house. As I said bo fore, the Ohio was as yet a wild river; all was forest, forest, forest! Near tho conflueiico of Green River with tho Ohio I landed, ba...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 December 1899

r The Citizen. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY SUBSCRIBE TODAY j ClrcatatloD, iOOO. DtYolcd to tbe Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. le a lev VOL. I. DBRKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, IKO. NO. 27. The Citizen t. a. PASCO, KIIITOKan.l M ANA (IK II. Publ lhfl at t ht nAli l Till: CITIZKN, Ilereu, Ky. Knltrfit at Iht Pott-nfflct nl tttm, Ky., o trmml- dan mnU-maVtr. IDEAS. MiincIo In a Cheap Article. On tho station platform two mrii Mood waiting (or their trnin. Anotli or Hint) with a pick bm1 shovel on his shoulder was p.iHiliifj on !m way tu work. He wri not more tluiti fifty or fifly-fivn year old, but his K"'' whs stiff ml Ulxmtd, mid there wan a stoop lu tli litfiiro. II in overall, onco brown, won limedileached mid Coded. Tim face under tho weather bonteii cap was Htolid and listless. Ah ho crossed tlm track tho elder of the two men pointed him out to his companion, j "That man and I" hit Miid "were ! school um ten. Ho was not dull at his I Ifooks, and ho ough...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 December 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. O. PASCO, Editor and Manager. IIF.REA, KRNTUCKT CURRENT TOPICS. A Tolcdo-Nortvnlk (CO mllcii) Icollry Is nnnotinccd. llnlTnlo ushers struck for SO cent n performance. A necille fnctory In the enst rnrtkca 70,000,000 needles every week. On ery dnrk nights n white llht on ii he Been farther than any oi'icr color. Owlnp to the dry, cold ntiiinsphere no infectious tllsensc Is known In Greenland. The war department has appropri ated $25,000 for n Cuban exhibit at the Paris exposition. It Is estimated that nboiit -tfKVX) acres of land in the United States arc planted with vines. The Heiintc will have two new com mittees, one on Cuba and the other nn the new possessions. The first national bank In the Unit ed States was Incorporated by con gress December 31, 17S3. The assessed valuation of property In Illinois this year Is $20-',425,3S4 In excess of that of last year. The first plass factory In the United Ltntes of which wc have definite knowledge was built In 17S0. The lat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 December 1899

BULLER ROUTED. Tlio Main Amir of tlm llrllltti Meets With a Ilntroiu Defeat. Urn. Ratter Wan Attempting In t'rnaa tlir Tnceln It Iter Kliutlntr II lmii.allile II Ordered n lletlremeiit, romloit, Dec. 1(J. The wnr nfller linn rrrt'ltr.1 n iIIk)iiIcIi nnnoiiiicliitf Hint flcii. llullrr linn met vrllli n tipriiiui icvrrup, liming trn guna. Urn. llullrr nllruiilln(f to tom the Ttigrln river. Kliiilliiu It linw. Iile to effect lit h object lie circliTcil a retirement In order to mold greater loimcn. He left 11 gtinn Ix'liliul. The following In the text f (Jen. lluller'a illnmteli, nniintiiicliif hU re-tern-: "Iliiller to lHMlone, Clilrtrly Cnmp, Dee. 15, Oi'.Ml p. in. I reurrt to reHirt 11 srrlnti rru'rsr. I inotnl In full utreiifjth from our rnmp near Chlevily nt 4 o'eloek t lilt morning. There urn two fonlnlile plnreN In Hit TiiReln rltrr, nml It wna my Intuition to force ii pnHiige through nt one of them. They nre nliont two mllcit nxirt. "My Intention Kin to force one or the other wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 December 1899

Ralph Ringwood. A Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor. "And how on earth did you got hero" na!d he. "I landed nt Oreon River from n broad-horn," said I. "And whero are your companions" "I have none." "WhaW-nlono!" "Yes." "Whore aro you going T" "Anywhere." "And what have you como hero fori" "To hunt." "Well," said he, laughingly, "you'll make a real hunter; there's no mistak ing that! Have you killed Anything" "Nothing but a turkey; I can't get within shot of a deer; they aro always running." "Oh, I'll tell you tho secret of that. You're always pushing forward, and starting the deer at a distance, and gazing at thoso that aro scampering; but you must step ns slow and silent and cautious as a cat, and keep your eyes close around you, and lurk from tree to tree, if you wish to get a chance at a deer. But come, go homo with me. My name is Bill Smithers; I livo not far ofT; stay with me a little while, nnd I'll teach you how to hunt." I eladly accented tho invitation of honest Bill Smither...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 December 1899

1 The Citizen. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY SUBSCRIBE TODAY Circulation, 1000. DtToted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. COc a Tmt VOL. I. BEKKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1899. NO. 28. -I The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KtllTOH unci MANAOKH. fill. I.hed it lh offlra of Till: OITIZKN, Keren. Ky. ;.iVnl at M rotl-offlri at Imi, A'y., as eerond etixu mnU-mattfr. 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 the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh o. ... bors everywhere. For the young folks wc nave a story mid .i Bible lesson: for house wives, a few new ideas each wi'i-li which should lichten their labors; for the farmer sonic valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 December 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. 0. PASCO, Editor nl Minaf r. IIEIIEA, KKNTUCKY 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 11 no curries copper in Its ore, while the other zinc and lend nil nr. In tin. c-imn county, which Is down GOO feet, tdiovvs K . ... similar ore, nut without any copper There were only 31 ballots In the package containing the soldier otca sent Irom Cuba to the New York po Jlcc board and opened late the other day. As each ballot is for a different election ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 December 1899

LAWTON KILLED. Shot Down hy .Slmrim'.sootrrii In the lluttlo at Sun M.ilvo, l.titun. rrrlnrr of War nnd the I'realden Hapresa I'riifnand llrlrf Ovrr the llenlli air the (ln. Iiilit Meiiernl. WnslilnKton, Dec. 20. Tlie wnr tie- pnrtmritt Tuesilny night rrcrltril tin Hillowlrtfr oniclnl contlrinntioii of tin klllliilf of On. I.nwton nriir Knn Ma teo, Luzon: .Mnulla-Orn. I.nwton riiBajri In driving liiHiirfjenta from Hnn Mnlro, motion of country nortlienal of .Mn- mm, killed Inatniitlv nt 0:3(1 vesti-e. cliiy inomlnif. A ureal Insa to u iiml mi country. (Hiinietl) OtU. Secretary Root nntl the president raeh Turmlny night expressed hi pnifoiuitl fjrlcf nt tlie confirmation of the report of the death of the KaU i.ini penrnil. On. l-nwton'M drntli wna n crrnt .hock to the olllcers of the wnr de partment, to nearly nil of whom ha wns known personally. Hlthrrto his luck In liattle hud been marvelous, lie hnd hern In hundreds of skirmishes nnd midnight nttark. Ur wan regard ed u n mnn of not...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 December 1899

7 Ralph Ringwood. A Truo Story of a Kontuoky Plonoor. (Conttnuri fmm Mvttk.) Miller willingly reccivod mo Into his houso as an inmate, and seemed pleased with the idea of making a hunter of mo. Ilia dwolling was a small log-house, with u loft or garret of bonrds, so that tliero was ample room for both of us. Undor his in struction, I soon mado a tolerablo proficiency in hunting. My first ex ploit of any consequence was killing a bear. I was hunting in company with two brothers, when wo came up on his track, in o wood whero tliero was an undergrowth of canes and grapo-vinos. Ho was scrambling up a tree, when I shot him through tlio breast; ho fell to the ground, and lay motionless. The brothers sont in their dog, who soized the boar by the throat. lie raised one arm, and gave tho dog a hug that crushed his ribs. Ono yell, and all was over. I don't know which was first dead, tho dog The Counties. Madison County. Wnllnccton . J. W. Baker moved to Cartcrsvillo Saturday tho 2flrd. Mr. II...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1900

Brooks Ida L 280 r1 NNNN11NN11NNNNNINNNNNN111N111111N1 SUBSCRIBEiT AN INDEPENDENT I j1IT 111N INN1111N11N O 1 D A yJ T H E CITIZEN t L WEEKLY 111NH1J Circulation 1000 Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm BOc a Tsar VOL h BKKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1000 NO 29 THE CITIZEN l T G IASCO KDITOIl and MANAdKlt Iubllitiot UlioollM ol Till OITIUtf Huron ICy Klteml at le Id one al ttrrra Ay nt muntl dau vuiUmntltr With thin imtto tin editor tAkeA chnrgjof TUB CITIZKV aCtor nn nb HJiicoof thr io mlth4 oatiHcd hy ty phoid fever rill the unforced vacation during couviiliMfiico To nil who Hhoivod their kiiulnoss during hill 111 noi by iiiiiry by gifts of Hoxvcra nnd othor thing which help to make ilium oilier autl by HO freely giving their aorviciM tho editor down to ox prim hU Hlncjre than kA and to wish thoin iw 011I all our frionds II Happy Now Year teatIDEAS IDEAS Now 1t + aid rmolutionanro unsuully math to bo brokiMt WlmtH the use of breaking n lot of th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1900

r H I THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Maanger r HERE KKVTUCRY rL tfr lG dF 1Ir f su ts I r ANUARYJ900 1 II 71 sun Mona TuelWe Thur rrl I SaL J I 21 3 j 4 51 6 I 7819 JOJU J2j J3f HI 151617 J 8I 19 20 12J 2223242S 26 127 I j 28 1 29 30131 = a II 1AIlI1I I I Ri William Rockefeller new niul rare orchid Mvlilch Is valued ut 10X10 ia u cross between n Lludlcyamim and n Cnndntum There nre only seven plants of this variety in exlst Ill It look ilK Kockefellers gardener five years to get the orchlil to flower properly In the United States the firs class pnssengcr fares last year averaged M4 cents per mile In England the first class fare is 4 cents per mile the third class for Inferior service Is 2 cents per mile in Prussia the service IN 209 cents per mile unil In France 336 cents per mile I The order of decoration wotn by the German emperor according to n Berlin newspaper are worth about ltXWOOO marks or a little over 230 LHM The kaiser principal rind most valuable decorations nre the ins...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1900

11 hu j 1 HER ASPIRATIONS A ICiumn ilrl IVIiu TooU n Irnetlrnl View of IMiirntlonnl Alhnlllnl 1 litre wm lilllc of llic iilealittir nlxmt the tiny of n lianas gill at her recent Kradiia lion Her teacher had given her fora tlicino the i > tint c lUjoiHl tiie Lps lie Italy I btie attotiielieil her iirvreptrvM mid fccliuol mates liy these nil > lin tic wonU I ilo not core n cint whelhrr Italy lie i Ixiyoiiil the 1or cvrn in Miwoun I do + not eXIfft to Ml the nvrr on lire with my future r rrtr I nlll glad I have 1 rood very good tdllrlliion but I am not nuiiiit to mis use II by wn lug oelry or eaya about the inline woman It will enable me to correct the Rniimiiar 01 ntiy lover I may have should lie lileik of Morus in my > ic rncc or laY laYho ho went Olllfwlirre It will oho coma handy when 1 want lo figure out how many IKiundi of sap n woman can get for three dozen eggs at the grotcry Ko I do not lc crude the lime I have spent in acnuiring highlust I lint want to marry a man wh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 January 1900

LL 7 n Ralph Ringwood A True Story of a Kentucky Pioneer Cuitinurd from tail Vttt I had now lived some lima with old Miller and had become a tolerably expert hunter Game however be gan to grow scarce Tho bulTalo had gathered together as if by univer sal understanding and had crossed tho Mississippi never to return Strangers kept pouring into the j country clearing away tho forests and building in nil directions TIll hunters begun to grow restive Jem my Keil cane to inoono day I cant stand this any longer said he were getting too thick horn This country too is growing too poor to live in theres no game RO two or three of us have made up our minds to follow the buffalo to Missouri and wo should like to have you of tho party Other hunters of my acquaintance talked in tho name manner This set mo thinking but the more I thought tho more I was perplexed When I out hunting alone I used to forgot tho sport and sit for hours together on the trunk of a tree with rifle in hand buried in though...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1900

NNN111N1N11N11N111NN1INNN1N IIN I r SUBSCRIBE i J I SUBSCRIBETODAY J N 1111 LI IIILN11111111INN IIILN11111111INNTHE CITIZEN I Circulation 1000 Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50c a Yw I I YOLoI IJEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1JOO NO 30 1 THE CITIZENT T Q PASCO iilTOK mill MlNAOIll Iubllttifl lit the oSIco of THIS OITIHUN Huron Ky Knltntt at Ikt Iottajlet at lltrta Ky at utoiul din mallmntltr IDEAS When tho horse is stolen wo lock tho door when winter comes wo wish wo had done something toward im proving tho roads During Iho summer tho roads nro easily passable during the winter wo gut along tho bust wo can Its the old ntory when it raiim a n man cannot patch his roof and when ItI it docs uot rain tho roof does not need it Shiftlessnesn and procrastination nro the direct cauws of many of tho inconveniences wo struggle against Now is a good time to do n little planning for iliproviunents to bo made laterThe The Wide World The Boers are slowly ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1900

THE CITIZEN T O IASCO Editor and Manacer HFKEA KKVTUCKY bW b cldb ld JANUARY 1900 SMTjWed Thur Frl Sal J 2 3 4 5 6 789 10 U 12113 14 15 16 J7iJ8J920 21 2223 24i25126 2iJ 28129 30 31I I IP MlRiRi jM The nmldrns of Denmark never ex perlcnce the pleasuro of receiving a diamond engagement ring They nrc presented with n plain gold band which is worn on the third finger of ho lcf hniul On the wedding dny the bridegroom changes the ring to tha right third linger which Is the marriage finger In that country In tilL battle of Oapote rhcr which Gen Lawton said was the hottest fire he had ever been under his little son wag by his side and preserved the Fame coolness as his father A bullet struck ihe nand squarely between the boys foot and threw up the dut Ho looked down and exclaimed with n twinkle in his eye Papa that wan a hoptoad A neverfailing object of Interest to visitors at the capitol in Washing ton is the group of instruments in the little apartment adjoining the marble or reception r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1900

A FUTILE SORTIE UritlHli Lost 20 311n In 1tttciiipt Itt to Tnka u Fort liiclinllncr u Captain tnplVprnnn Mrenily Tit I re Wound rd nnil llrui 1nlin Itt Tlielr S hu nl the Iont ut tlm llurr Iort London Jan OTIII war 1111 C lm reeelved 1I1I IIKhell Itirestle Walker nt CUJK Town thn following illn > atuh fruni Iol llailenPowell ihu ftl MafekliiKi Deeeiuher 20 We nttneliii line of the eneinyH work thin morning endeavoring ti 1IIIIIh liaek thj conloii nurtliwnril Our foree eonslHtiil of three KH > two MinailroiiK of the iroteetornlc regi ment one of Hie lleeliiianalanil rI lies nriiiureil train ete The enemy hal hi relict hened their uorkH during Ihf iilKlitt and duuliled tho iirrlkon nlnco ytdterdayH t < annul mm nee Neverthelei our nttaels was ear rtid out and iiresxed hum with th frrentest IOHXC gui haul ry nnd Ulead IIICKX under n rry hot tire Hut nil eTortH to jnni the Interior liy enea Indo failed tli fort lid Hg unset Ies I ly I niprrgiiilslilisr Our ntlai1 only withdrew ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 January 1900

Ralph Ringwood A Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoer OMtlniutt from 4I4 rte I had boon about n year at Bard town living thus studiously and n clusely when as 1 was ono day wall ing tho streets I mot two young girls in ono of whom I immediately recall ed tho little beauty whom I had kiss ed so impudently Sho blushed up to tho eyes and so did I but wo both passed on without farther sign of rec ognition This second glimpse of her however caused an odd flutter ing about my heart I could not get her out of my thoughts for days Sho quite interfered with my studies I tried to think of her us n mere child but it would not do sho had improve d in beauty and was tending toward womanhood However I did not at tempt to seek after her or oven to find out who sho was but returned to my books I feared that with all my exertions I could never bo able to fit myself for tho bar or onnbli myself to support a wife Ono cold stormy evening I was seated in dumpish mood in tho inn looking into tho fire and tur...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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