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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1900

I SUBSCRIBE i ITODAY i riTHE CITIZEN I Circulation 1000 Devoted totlie Interests of the Home School and Farm BOc a JillI I VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900 NO 31I THE CITIZEN T 0 PASCO FIIITUU unit MANAOKIt rllblhh lat the oRUe ot THI CITIJN uoreu Ky Rntertd at tlte rottojflrt at lima Iff at ufoiut ctoti matliiMtter cMuIDI3AS IDEAS No help can taku the place of self help helpWithout Without difficulties greatness is impossible impossibleTruo Truo manhood novor loio anything by hard competition I Tho chick helped out of its 1n1 I never lives to oat old corn Experience is a dear teacher but her diploma means ttomolhing What character is today depends on what it did with yesterday Whatever is dono that takes effort to do helps to make tho man Advonity has done mow for some 1401111r people than tho university has for others Jtams Horn The Wide World Tho indications are that the Brit ish iu A rica will noon make a deter mined attempt to relieve Liulsmith and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1900

THE CITIZEN T Q PASCO Editor and Manaccr KERGA + KFVTUCIC1 4 Russia in pliinntiif to build n c1I111 from the Hnltic to the Jtlnehsen Thu length of the 11 nil I UK Mineyel will 10 094 miles but only 123 miles or nrtltlelnl excavation will be necessqrj Vnst quantities of flowers lire path ercd for perfumery purpose It is estimated that eneli year lMiJ Ines of ornuge flower lire used heJI1i 030 tons of rose ISO tons oneh or violets and jiismlne 75 tons tif ttilio rose 30 tons of tussle and 15 tons JC jonquils jnuipmilsJi Ji lIlt is now itlng < liinil fr + m New South Wales parked In bark of the tl tree ail the outer bark of the nicliipncn Irwadendron which III shredded Into a sort of coarse clian These barks seem to have home Icu liar power of preserving oranges dur ing carriage What is know to geographers tlo Cordilleras de los Andes Is the long est and the highest range of mount aiiiK in the world It extends front Tierra del Fnvyn to the Isthmus ol Panama rid although some of the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1900

BEHIND THE BOERS Gen Bullcrs Advance Is Very Im portant to the British Forces HP U Pnbnhl riulilliiK Ills Wnr Ilirunrd ss All Ciiini 1110 Inn linn lleeii fill HIT front Hit llrltUli Purees London lau 13iIli Ilullcrs short dispatch nnuounelng his for ward minemenl of Thursday IH inter pretcd ns inennlng that he hns passed around the western end of the Hoer lines at ColeiiHo und Is now several iiillrs behind llirm and within U inlliM of test Whiles outposts at IM ilysmlth The hoer a few days ago bad forccM with guns nt Hprluglleld where den Hnller do Iii his illspateh These ominanili i lot + e been ohtioiiK lv illslodged either by lighting or by inaneiners the Items retiring ucniM the Tugela IIH ieu lluller nilvniiml lrom leu llullers dUpateli eon ptetl with the fact that unollicial III telllgence from till seat of war ban virtually censed apace Monday the de duction U drawn that Important op cnitloim nre In progress ns he ciiuuot move far without going ngulnst the liner Intrenehmeiit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 January 1900

Ralph Ringwood Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor OmUnuaJ fmm bMee1 It militated somowhat ngaiust tho Bolfindopendont ecurso I had 80 proudly or rather conceitedly nmr ed out for myself but it would onnbl mo to enter more advantageously up on my legal career I talked oor the matter with the lovely girl to whom 1 was engaged Sho sided in opinion with my father nnd talked so disintoresi edly yet tenderly that if possible I loved her more than ever I roltn tautly therefore agreed to go to col logo for a couple of years though it must necessarily postpone our unior Scarcely had I formed this resolu tion when her mother wns taken ill and died leaving her without n pro tector This again altered all my plans I felt ns if I could protect her I gave up nil idea cf collegiate studies pursuaded myself that by dint of industry and application I might overcome tho deficiencies of education and resolved to take out n license as soon as possible That very autumn I was admitted to tho bar and within ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 January 1900

r SUBSCRIBE 1 TODAY J N1N N1N NN1INNNNINNNNNNNNN1 NN1INNNNINNNNNNNNN1TIDE CITIZEN I i I I r STINTS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY I Notice In Invcutlve Age II Book 110w to obtain latenla 1 DESIGNS TRADEMARKS I AND OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS FREEH CAdrpearnoderalNofeetill patent la aecure4I Letters atrieU confidential Addra5 E D5IGOERS pfnt la o wahlngto D CI I Paper at the printingoffice A number of our students wont to Richmond last Saturday Paper nt the printing olflce I printingolliceI I A small party of Berea young peo I ple spent a very pleasant time Thurs day evening at the home of Mr Cas I sins Crooko and and Miss Margaret Crooke of Kingston Tho gathering was in honor of Miss Harris of Mis souri a cousin of tho host and host I ess Tho evening wag very pleawont ly spout with music and games and nice refreshments were served Among tho guesfs were Miss Anna Ellistou of MU Zion aud Mr Harris of Richmond Berea people who at tended were Miss Hanson Misses Jennie and Anna Hanson Ethel Put nam ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 January 1900

THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Uanncer HEUEA KENTUCKY Girls working in the match fact nlca of England become permontrd vJth the clifinlciils and minerals used Tito Hiilphur Komctlmcs ends tltclr j > vn in the most painful nnil disgust ing way Their wages nvcrngo JSO per week According to the letter of n Doston Inn who hail been traveling In Cuba and spending some time in Havana the streets of that city arc now clean er than those of either New York or lioxton The credit for this condition s given to Ron Ludlow and his sal nr dinates The new learn of sorrel horses re Gently purchased by President MvKn < icy have good action white faces n nil long flowing flaxen tails President McKinley ban given strict order that none of the horses in the white holism tallies shall have their tails dookrd Hi now has three alllllblaelI bays and sorrels Miss Kstelle heel superintendent of all Indian Kchoolu in the Unltod States Is nt work on a bill to be introduced in congress having for its ob...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 January 1900

+ NOT ACROSS TUGELA The Boers Report That the British Have Not Crossed the River llrllluli Aoonnnl HnyN the lMom Snf trust MiMiril llrllUU Crumr Arles n Art uw Xi ar 1 In Ihr 1 nuiiii llni tllhor Wnr Xoun I London Inn lOT tj hoer nc rotintH of tho panHnto of ten Tiifjolu ihCr arc tflviii III tlio two following 1I111II11Ic1wfI from 1111111111111111111 VII JUCIIM iiinii on the tiiMr Tiitohi vlii liiionn liuiina iliiuil tannery IK Iniumry 10itillers IHT < IIII I niovu WIIH II ivcoiiiiiilaiMinie In fume wild un iiruinrrd mill MIM a lurgu body MIII purltil by CHIIIKIII lownrtl CiilcniMi last I hl A hOIl nlKlil hotivy boinliiinlniiiit ru tmi nnil llnMfii Nu HID llrltMi ro Icinird Inullnf uotindfil olio of our iniiiX 0 X II reply war miulo IIlla iiuiro woo u feint to corer iivtonilvo lion iiifiila up the HUT Knlllrs on thin hIII thu Tiitfrlu lmn boon wnrmsl IV the Itrltlah In IFHVO Ihilc liniHli n H Iho Ithl will miininunc idiiirlly Tin svcunil iliaMilcli rnim HIIIH MuniHiry 17The nlxli...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 January 1900

To What arc We Tending To tho conservative peacoablo lawabiding citizens of this common wealth tho following lions aro mlI drossocl regardless of party prefer 1 cucoor afliliation Do you my fellowcitizens view with iiuliiroronco tho political and social history of our commonwealth 1 for tho past year Are you prepared to indorso and Hupport the political methods pur Rtied to got anti maintain an office in tho gift of tho pooplo Is it true 1 that tho ono political party Js dosti I I tuto of any moral principle in the II management of its party machinery i and the other one tho essence of II purity and good government exist I ing only for tho good of tho pooplo e and the perpetuation of tho liberties I e of tho whole people I To ask these questions is an answer to them 1 < No candid man such as I seek to II address will deny that tho mass that < engages in oilicoscekiug sell them I selves to a system of wiro pulling i nnd manipulation of party machinery j at once a menace and a d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1900

SUBSCRIBE l SUBSCRIBEI SUBSCRIBETODAY I TODAY 1 Free THE CITIZEN Free I Everything else in our lino us near ire as you will over see itwo chargo onlB little to BOO if you aro in earnest Tho interior of tho Madison Nation al Bank at Richmond has been beau tified by i onie extensive repairs The item in lust weeks CITIZEN concerning tho L t N earnings should have read that the road earn ed JCOO in Bereit in 18W As it was the item was somewhat indiffer out A 1 Elder recently plotted what is known nM Elders addition to Bortu E W fold doing the surveying and plotting Mr Elder has laid oil lots in good slia > o staking out streets and alleys and his land in now on the market Several of the outside lots I have knell sold already alnadyI Services especially commemorating the Day of Prayer for Colleges were held last Sunday at 3 P M and 7 P M Tho service in tho afternoon was conducted by Rev James W Rain I of Dayton 0 who gave a thoughtful address In thoevoning Mrs Teeters led a students e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1900

r F I CONFESSION Whom do lIon And must I tell Sweetheart the whole Mst through I love now let me think a spell I love well I love you Nay dont prottnt find hide your tRce Dear met and blushes too And II It then a sad disgrace My own that I love you One day you came avlsltlns My heart no doubt you knew Tou entered without knock or ring And stayed 10 I love you Youre not no very large and still I fear me It Is true That In my heart nb other wIll Find place while I love you 1 So heres a klsaCl newsigned leave Thus love shall aye renew Tour freehold In my heart and peace Shall reign for I love you I Chicago Dally Record ICoryrleht set by D Appleton ft Co All rights reserve CHAPTER XXII I CONTINUED As we cat down to breakfast the clicralici explained that he had made a further search for the letter but in vain 1 outfit to have told ou1 said I hav found it ithere Where WhereIn In tho garden in shreds and tatters lie became suddenly very silent and ro we finithed our meal All that day I re...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1900

3 1 n THE CITIZEN T O IASCO Editor end Manager IIKUKA + KKMTUCKY The iiiciubcrs of till MnstmchtisctU IrllIllItllrll jiretent a coHiuopolltun record when It COIIICB to the picNtlon fit nutlvlty fib of them were born In Knglnnd six In Ireland four In Can nth two In Scotlniul und one both In Nova Scotln icrnmny and Rosin An time for the conKrciwIiiiml library Is JIM for the IMirchiiKo of nn automobile for the use of Librarian Illliunn At jinwiit tho librarian IM yitpplkS with a horse nml carriage and II IN claimed Unit the punhuso nf an automobile will really work n mivliif tll the ijnvfnimtnt Durliiff lust year as2u2001 bimlicl of jrrnlii and 8iy 5ii Kallona of iiiolascpn were lined for the maim fiiturn of Miter In thin country tIIUlltrrhleh vhlcli producril 107018120 Dillons of spirltd nnd 10278ns fallotiM of mm limbing n total of loyS73ltt8 ThiH In about one gallon nnd a hiilf to every itiun woman nnd child In the country u tH < nlir Henderson IIIIH mnde a new rtKuliitiini In rc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 January 1900

IV I WORMS I II For 20 Yeers 8es Led esi Worm Remedies SEND NO HHOMY aui v nvl t n utw u nA wIJ enJ we oen ton CUB HQII t ePADU1O1CAlIRrfSYBCICKstwINaMACNl4rberatiU11UDeywtt naa ttalhranryetIv poal1 q I Srr11Unl M11 IlLUUod TilE liRKATIIoT NIkLIIa lOt + + I r a cxuanoev Special Offer Price 1550 t rt IIu r r u uidm nlcbRrEio tuchln > eId > a > Ilhofrtlahtnl 41en niwfonnuforiMrliMOriU Ultl IT TdCkaT4x TllUlIn yourown home and we vlll nur jr uMiVrmaK U jjou urn net 8 0 lred n1I4Irh pdrt KLtln of t 0 f LW111C0 izoo 14 1111 tr rf m > r J > KIO I lifiilK but Ullt irM l KIOlur therrrateat rae no uaro I mar bewe t BEWARE OF IMITATIONS V o tt tarduterv mradrtr r R Iorrrr h thibesn Ie u bI 4 wnIw Vlfl i rHt4 III tllu fear N an < aliltnel 1 her n JIhE URn 3FrT TIII lRDIC tio msilBIUIIK = = = YOII rr7 I Ir11TiuFIUIL 1blhrt y aIt r rtr ln AiorVM1 r C M a ami rbtdmattrlalrauaer Jl r o eabuT eabuTI QUAHTEH SAWED 1M Pftsx camt N wn + Ir e 1 + + atl nr nr frW hr tMtiM1 u V nwtrdlhn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1900

NNMNNNNN1NNN NNNNNN SUBSCRIBE TODAYtt1 NNNeNN NNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNTIDE CITIZEN AN INDEPENDENT n Cn L NMMNNWMMN WEEKLY IfiOc a Year Devoted to tbe Interests of tbe Home School and FarmfiO caY 1 I VOL I BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1000 NO 3LI THE CITIZEN T 0 PASCO KIIITOU and MAMAOrH PublUhei at the ottleo ol Till CITIZEN Keren ICy Knteml ut She IottnjHrt at ll < m I y at ttt n J dtut marl > alltr u Tlioiio Hood Old DtiyN I That goad old day ha + almo t i a H < l When any honcit mats With liralnt could rl n from poverty Ami Inul rur nation van That good old day h almixt 11 No more tu mine again When those who dlmb to honor e belghU Were plain Itt slits men That goat old day Ilu paned away When ollllc were ln < o From ring and IHHY Justin It Form tune only When nelrsr of public trutl Gould not lie taught and told And brain and push and homely Could wield more Intact than gold That grand old day ban lusts away loneorofn < t an A reronl loyal brav...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1900

THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Uancer HEREA KENTUCKY I L I FEBRUARY 1900 So Mon Tie Wed Thuf Iii I Sat rr f I 1 I I 2 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 JOlt r JJ J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 174 I1920 21 22 23 24 t I 25 1 26 1 27 1 28 JV I The wife of Juson Uoon nil nn Mi resident of Xnnscmoiid eoi < nly Vn lately pave birth to her txventyrlghth child a liisty infnnt which at birth had two front teeth In the iNew York legislature linn been introduced bill requiring street car compilnlcK operating in New York city to employ three persons a grip nmh a fare collector and n conductor on nil cnrs exceeding thirty feet in length during rush hours The duty of the conductor IN to stay on the rear platform to stop and start the car rSo So close Is tin personal resemblance between Senator Klnney of Delaware nnd Srnntor McComns of Maryland thnt thu presiding ofllcer has on sev era oecaMoim mistaken the man who rose for recognition Kach now sends up JIIlirel before he arisen unless vhrn speaking hurriedly when he usually...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1900

WESTERN CANADA Ono of the C Spots on the Con talent Open for Settlement The following extract from nn In tcrwtlnjr Idler to the Mnnon Cltj I Jotvu Ii iiibtlc3ti written liy Mrs S A iiriRlmm late of that place but now of Hot Creek Allurtn Canada 10 ncI ilifcrlhcft inoit of the ills trlctn of Writcrn fnnniln lint we take plenRuro in > re cntln7 nine to the at lentlon of our reader WISTIII OAXAIIA Crop rroprrl and Clltnnlv About IMiiiiiiilnii x t T Brigham ham Into of Miion CllJ p Bdllor Moron City Republican Rosa Creek Alberto N W T Cnnaila Aug 7 1699 trnr Sir Wn nre located lu the Heaver Jill 30 111 II ell from 11 Saskatchewan and SB idle from IvJmontoii To the cakt of thote U an Immense arm of hot tom lands which fnrnlthe abundance t of hay for the Mtllem It U dotted with umall lake the largeit of which U called Heaver Lake 1C miles io length There IK hcltcr for the cattle and liomm now feeding there Tlio Ileavcr 11111 ore covered with tuuill green willow wlilnh are easily gotten...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 February 1900

t A Family Tree It Mcms worth while to trice the family lino through fcvcml generation back sometime that we may know alllhe InlcrcMj that Rather round the family history Kipcdally would It be pleasant to trace In the families of Kentucky tho various relationships that bInd them to each other and to their ancestors In Virginia or In Scotland Kngland ami Irclaitd Students and other aro Invited to help In the Rood work ofNeUngoutourkin by filling as fur m knowledge permlU blanks to bo furnished by teacher liclow liammplc of the blank partially nile i to hlI how tho family tree appears and what It tell Many In Kentucky with tho aid of tho old folks can give a full record Tho plan and date of birth are especially tuclul In tracing relationship and ancestry F of II Fof l 16 Daniel Fairehilti < 0Darlid j Fof 2 b ConnM 015 r r 17 4Grandison Fairchild iI Sheffield Ial c i 1192F 1 J V 1oIa 18 9 Mary Battles George A rJ Iofl Thompson 19 2 Fairchild b Brown Vvt Pdf 1Dai c heti0 F of b 20 IS...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1900

to to II to to II 1M1N I SUBSCRIBE l SCRIBEL NU J I THE CITIZEN F r INDEPENDENT iU WEEKLY 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 C I Till I50c TillI NO 36 VOL I BERBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 IM THE CITIZEN TQPASCO rlllTOU anal MANKIKII 111011 the onloo ul IMUInhodaUhoofflooolTIIK TIIK CITIHN Horeu Ky Katmtl at tht loit + Jtrt at limn Ayne elwsab dew uvillnuilltr Zelcel Makes Sonic Gemnil KctiiurUs to Ituuhcii Now Itulw IveKot Hime thing lo Mr And yet may l > e uliuuldnli I kind u tliuiiiiht mini time I uonM Then kind tf IlKxiglit I wouMnt llsalmii Ilili Ujlii out o IIllIhbI Them cnnle and moderate tlrlllkillI Now thems hederllltasychairs And there licKls a nluklu 1 ILlIollo lie a kvrmnn Rube I Im nut the lAinVt anointed And m the head of my tHonmI May Imtuiiifwtiat dlJolnUd Just kind o mlinl like tlitno aril shower Uktrlianicvfiil April weather Hut ut take thllfllu pick > m up Ami put rrn nrnljlit together And nnl wham Btxhii w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1900

THE HIGHEST BRANCHES The highest branched on the trees Know secrete of Iho sky All night they see the silent march Of starlight pausing b And shadowy breaths of mystery Unheralded draw neAr From stranger lands from unknorr ralm They bring a message clear All day the highest branches ralao Their tiny hands to heaven And unto pleading urgency Are happy answers Riven From wandering clouds and azure riy From sunbeams bright they gleam The secrets of a wider world The unseen and the seen Elizabeth French In Springfield Repub lican IIcanCorrIhl Copyright teas tv D Aprlton Co All rights rewrveJl CHA1TKU XXVI CONCRRNIXO MANY THINGS One short antI desperate attempt was Made to rescue him About a dozen iorse < men charged right at us and for a moment it appeared as if they would succeed But we were too strong and although they in flicted severe loss on us killing Himlc Nero amongst others they were cut down all but one allv was lost and determined not to be taken himself galloped to the qu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1900

WHAT A FORMER AMERICAN y SAYS Doubled Their Ciilttvnlril In tula nnd aiurc Tlmn HiiubJeil Their jllllk I t The following letter written by Mr John CiiminliigB of Yutatklwln Al berta Cnnuilu formerly of VntliliiK tun to n friend In the United Stolen h only one of n hundred Hlmlliir crises and vhul Will done l > y Mr Cuumilng can more eailly he dune today by any good sober anti Industrious farmer who chooses to make his home In tl > r Do minion Wear Sir You wnnt to know how I got along since I came into Northern Alberta I nm huijiy to Inform you thnt 1 am tot nshnmcd to tell We located five miles northeast of Wotniikhvin left runnln ton Wash ington on the 20th of Mny driving oil the way We hail time to build our log Mousy the first fall nnd to make us comfort able for the family and Mock We then built four stables 18xSO indde so that we could put everything Inside them when the cold got down to the fifties and worked hard getting up the Ktabla nail got through dubbing on the lit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 February 1900

I Extracts from Mr Roberts Book In the light of recent Utem Us jntde by Mr RobertA to the Hon c of KcprvKntntlvn ni 10 hli views on Mormonlim It U IntcrvntliiR 10 read the following letter wldeh shows the reel view of the men IUI expiwwed In his book A New WItneM for Qo1 ThU letter WM written brMlM Helen Gould to Dr Joslnh Strong and i wo are glad to be able to present It to our rederll NEW YORK December 18 1899 Dr Josiah Strong Jrerident League Jar Social Service DEAR SIRA abort time ago I received with the compliments of tho writer n pamph lot entitled Plural Marriage and tho Manifesto Tho Tribune and the Kinsman Answered by Mr Nathan Tanner Jr The book is an nrg i mont for polygamy and closes with tho following paragraphs Tho practice of plural marriage is not only not immoral or hurtful m its consequences but it has produced tho greater number of distinguished men and it has providentially hap pened that there aro from Utah iu the councils and service of the United States and in...

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