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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 October 1899

"an independent! SUBSCRIBE TODAY WLbKLY MMM The Citizen. Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 50 c t Year VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 1, 1899. NO. 16- The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, I'.IIITOIl ami MANAdKH. rutllibcl at odlw ol Till: OITI.HN, Ilorca, Ky. Kuteml of the tSfl-nffitt at Jlnra. AY, M trcmvt riiw ntnUmattrr. IDGAS. Ono way to prosper is to keep fow er dogs nritl moro sheen. Ah tho weather grows colder wo must clolho onr children bettor, and uot keep them out of nchool. IfH moij in not In somo rospects ahead of his father It in a discredit to thctu Iwth. Ho sure and rend tho story on our last pago it Is an Interest! ntf tin a dlniouovol, and as full of truth an a chapter of tho Bible. There la still a chanco for a foir more young men to work two or threo hours a day on tho farm while attend ing the Col lego. The Wide World. While tho Cubans nro complaining about tho action of Oon. Ludlow, the Military Governor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 October 1899

WAVr. PRINTS. Where oeran-irrklng rivers gently glide. To Jain lh sprtading harbor's restless While flashing Km of Uvtrg sunlight Blow, And ever onward laughing bubble r!e: 'UeholiI far, fur heneash the shifting tide. Clear ripple-marks the stalnlesa ( undi how, A record fair, traced daintily below. Of wavrs thai tool and break and then subiMe. Bo When th fitful waves of fortune break Upnn the bmam of life' restless tea, At cloud drift melts to blu without a sign. Deep written on the heart's pure tcroll they make A record plain, whose lights and shruie decree, CelTs chilling fate, or love's warm glow dlvlr.e. Arthur Howard Hall, In N. V. Observer. ffef CoryrlsM. t&n. t-y D. ArrKton & Co. All fichu reserve.!. CHAIMEl! IV. CosTisurn. We rat In ailcnre for sonic minutes, each absorbed in his own thoughts. Tlic heat from t lie tire had warmed the hut so that the blue steam began to rise flow my damp clolhca. My cmnHmion reclined on hia elbow, tracing; some diagram on the lloor w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 October 1899

3 LffEJ '4 8 THE CITIZEN. T. O. IASCO, Kdllor tad Uinorcr. DKnRA, f KENTUCKY MAN'S PHYSICAL DEFECTS. t ffcftsstslars. Arm, I.rara Hips Arc flaan.ron. K-rr Ptr frlly Svinmctr'rat. A man run be rarasured to the best irttnlge, Inllora say, away from a Kl. Hlondlnff before a mirror lie In almost certain to throw out hi client, If lie Hon not habitually carry It no. and take an attitude that he would like to have, rather than the one lie commonly hold wbrrras, the tailor wants him, t tlie portrait painted wanta hti (ob ject, In hit natural pose and manner, With the man In that attitude, the tailor can brliiR hi art to bear if that la re quired In the orercomlnir of any phyal' cat defect, and produce clothe that will Rive the brit attainable effect upon the iiffiire, at they will be actually worn. The physical defect moat common in man la tinevcnnrss of the snouiurrt. One shnuMtr li higher than the other, and thla li a defect often encountered, though the difference In the height may 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. — 4 October 1899

Where Love is, (here God Is also. Ill tho City lived Mnrtill Allam, a shoemaker. Ho lived inn basement, i n t:ni in. .:.,.tn. T iu 11 inwu luum 'Tim vuv ninuuiu Tho window looked out on tho street. Through the window ho used to watch tho people passing by; although only their foot could be seen, yet by tho boots Martin Adam recognized their owners. Martin Adam had lived long in ono place, nnd had many acquain tances. Few pairs of boots in his district had not been in his hands once nnd again. Somo he would half sole, some ho would patch, some ho would stitch around, nnd occasionally their bnby boy last week. His death he would also put on new uppers, was" caused by n disease of tho head And through the window lie often ro- lor brain. cognized his work. Adam had plen-l Mi8SC8 Almn Bicknoll nnd Eliza ty to do, because he was a faithful Gentry, of Ifed Lick, and Miss Laura workniun,us(Hlgo(Alinnterial,didnotjCojl0(0r nt.re, imve i,, visiting make exorbinnt charges, and kept his fr;(,tj...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1899

The Citizen. Fan independent SUBSCRIBE TODAY WEEKLY CircBktiM, 1000. Deioted to tbe luteals of ttia Home, School, and Farm. Mc a Year VOL. I. HERKA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIt 11, 1899. NO. 17. The Citizen T. 0. PASCO, KDITOK anil MANACIKH. ruMlibol it Iho offlci itf THi: CITIZUN, Jlcreu, Ky. A-'Wrmf nt tht W j"rr ul Itrmi, A., at mini' ehIM man-mittrr. IDEAS. Tlio trustee of ovory tlmtriet aro now Iwing tHlfil -those who engag ed good teachers aro worthy of all honor, nnd Hiomo who gave or (told the schools to inferior tenchrm have Iw truyed their tniHt, nnd injured every child in tlio district. . Among tint candidate for whom our vote are asked urr noma men whom we know to m devoted to tho public welfare. Such men nro Hon. C. I. Biirnam ou tint Hepnblicnn ticket, N. 11. Coy on tho Democratic tickot, nud Mr. Wallace on tho Prohi bition ticket. Now is tlio tiino to get letter pre pared for stock, ami to lay in a sup ply of firewood which may save the health of our...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1899

t THE CITIZEN. T. O. PASCO, Editor and Manager. M:ilEA, KENTUCKY SUGAR AS OLD AS THE WORLD. The Article Waa Knnnn In the Chi aeae Hundred of Yi Be fore Christ. Rnpnr wns known to the Chinese nn used by them ns early ns 1200 1. C. Thl statement rrstn on trnilltlon partly, but It Is a lilntorlc.il (net thnt ilurlnp the Tsln dynasty, nbout 500 years II. C. the article wns well known nml was manufactured In relatlrcly consider able .Humilities in China. Students o anrlent Hindoo history and Industrie claim the discovery for the Host In dlnns, but It is much more probable tha In this, as In many other intentions ascribed to the Hindoos and the ,Inp nnese, the knowledge came to them from China originally, and was sub seqnently returned to China, where, In the meantime, the art had been lost or forgotten. The clnlm of the honor for the Hln doos rests on the fact that the expedl' tion under Nearchus, sent out by Alex ander the (treat nbout 325 II. C. to ex plore the Indus and the adjacent 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. — 11 October 1899

GEN. JOE WHEELER PRAISES PERUNA, The Great Catarrh Cure, jot: wiiKKi.nrs cmaiuh: Mnjor (lenernl Joseph Wlipclor, com mnmliiiLr tli curnlry forces In front of Kantliik'o nml the author of "Tlio San tlnpo Campaign," In Rvcaklnfr of the S,'rtnt cutnrrli remedy, l'e-ru-tia, Miya: ' I Join with Kfimtor Kulllvan, Uoach mill McKncry In their rimhI opinion of I'o ni tm. It is rccoiiimciiili-il to me by those who huvo used It nn it ti excellent tonic nml pnrtlctilurly iTectlTc an n cure for rntnrrli." United States Senator McEnory, Hon. H. 1). Mci:iiry, 1'nlteil Mates Senator from Ijoulsiiinn, unyn tliu fill limine; in regard to IV-rii-nn: " IV-ru-tia lit nn excullcnt tonic I hnvu uiu-d It Mifllclciitly to any thnt I helleve it to 1 nil that you claim for It. S. I. Mcltacry, New Orleans luisl. uia." Save YourHair With Shampoos of SOAP T and light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales and dandruff, soothes irri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1899

Where Love is, there God is also. IContlmicil from tast wwlt, ) Once it happened tlint Martin road till Into into tlio night. Ho was read ing tho Gosel of Luke. Ho was reading over the. sixth chapter; nnd Ik; was rending tho verses, "And unto him thnt sniiteth theo on tho ono cheek olTernlsothoothor;andhimthat takoth nway thy clonk forbid not to take thy coat also. Give to every man thnt nsketh of thee; nnd of him thnt tnkelh nwny thy goods ask thorn not again. And nsye would thnt men should do to you, do yo also to them likowise." Ho rend further nlso thoso versos, whero God speaks: "And why call yo me, Lord, Lord, nnd do not tho things which I snyT Whosoever cometh to me, nnd henrelh my snyings, nnd dooth them, I will show you to whom ho is like: ho is liko a man which built nn house, nnd digged deep, nnd laid tho foundation on n rock: nnd when tho flood arose, tho strenm bent vehem ently upon thnt house, nnd could not shako it: for it was founded upon n rock. Dut ho thnt hcareth,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1899

am KM DflTQlw to too interests of m Home, ScM, ana Ian K J B flV Clfclwt Sti: i -VOL-L. i. (i. i- T. G. PASCO, i i. KDITOR ml MANAOKR. rnlIUhVi t the office o( I III: I I I , I . I THi: OITIZUN, Ilorea, Ky. Kuttmt at the pMl-offlei at flora. Ay, iu trmrvl rta matt-matler. IDEAS. Ono way to Improve the noighlior hood in which you livo i to uotico the Kood things in pcoplo and ojienk wall ol thoni. It is not adisgrnco to bo xor, but it in a disgrace to be idlo, to Ira waste ful, or to Ira contented to stay poor. It is bettor to have thu good will, otoii of a dog, than his ill-will. It in a great thing in thii world to be. on time. If yon want to tako the train, bo at tho station on time. If you owe money, pay it the day it t due. If you want an education, begin now. Washington Letter. It in nnnouucod at the War Depart ment that tho censorship on cablo groin from and to Manila ivai abol ishod by General Otis on September 0, and that tho only requirement now w that correspondents fiio c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1899

THIS BEAUTIFUL EARTH. Thlo beautiful earth) lirel nd this beautiful And only ont spin lo enjoy IL And wo In our (oily exhaust It with tlrlft! We do not know how to employ It. Our loves nnd our hates cet so painfully mixed. In spite of our noblest endeavor, W live In a state of "between and be twlxl." In a state of tranquillity, never. Make haste and be happy, ye mortals that can; Cease yearning for what cannot be, Itemember ye have but the one little span; Make It fruitful and Joyous and free. Small matter that others have more than enough, White ye struggle and strive for mere bread: 1'ame Nature Is chary of sweetmeats and puff, rialn fare makes high thinking;, 'tis said. The sun ami the air and the birds and the tree. And the Rlorlotis kingdom nf flowers The mennest of men Is a monarch of these; The purest of bliss should be ours Then let us Join hands forn hspplerclan. He our fortune whatever ll may; Life Is nl wont but n brief little (fan. And at bent little more than n day, -Jo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1899

3 THE CITIZEN. T. a. l'ASCO, IMItor and Uanarcr. llKltKA, KKNTUCKY A BRUSH WITH SAVAGF.S. lain, nittriirtt rimla n Strlt I ar fur 'nrirtTnrk In Tlcrrn ilrl I'licuo, Cnpt. .Ttislittti Sliiciiiii, In his snlltnry MiMicr nrmiiicl IIip vwirltl in I lie Muni Kpnii, fiiimil n nr nml excltliii; use fur rnrpet tuck. Ilr thtih ili st'rllirh nil en milliter with the luilhm of Tlrrru del riii'Ko: "Cnnrea ninniiiil liv miiij!' from I ortri ic nou runic in iniMilt. The wlntl fulling HkIiI, llir uiilnril on inr rtttItU- till coiiiIiik within IihII. ilir 1 1 1 1- tiiisril iiltllini;, mill ii iHiu-lrgK MIWIIM1 I. tool I nil HOll I'lllllll 1(1 lilt' ' Vnmmi'inliotiinr! 3 miiiiuc rschutiiicr!' Mtildi Is their lircpliiK term. I mid '.No! Nmi, I una mil fur ltttlni llirm fciiiiH I hiil I mik hIiiik', mill mi I Mrimr Into I lie riililn, mill. msMii tlirniif;lt lln Iiolil, clinic out lit llic fnlc-M'littlr i IiiiiikIiiH ni riot lux ns I unit lilting, Hint iniiilr tun men. Then tin- pine of lHirlt Mhlrh I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1899

Where Love is, (here Ood is also. (Continued from lt wrtk, ) Martin li sitting by tho window, and docs not woik s much ns he looks through tho window: when any one passes by in boots that he does not know, ho bends down, looks out of tho window, in order to eoe, not only tho feet, but also tho face. Tho house porter paused by in now felt-boots: tho water-carrier passed by ; then came alongsido of tho window an old sol dier of Nicholas's time, in an old pair of laced felt boots, with a shovel in his hands. Adam recognized him by his felt boots. Tho old man's nnmo was Stepanuitch; and a neighboring merchant, out of charity, gavo him a homo with him. Ho was required to fiHRist tho house-reporter. Stcpan- uitch begau to shovel away the snow j from in front of Adams window., Adam glanced at him, and took up his work ngain. "1'shnw! I must Do getting crazy in . . .. . . . i 0 mv OKI ace. sntci Aiiam, nun iouki at himseil "Stepanuitch is clearing away the snow, and I lmagino tnat visit wit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. De?oted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Tear VOL. I. BERBA, MADISON COUNTV, KENTUCKV, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, I8H0. NO. 19. The Citizen 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- IDEAS. Gather the nuts, but don't spoil the, trees! I hleetion is coining. Vote uot for n party, or for a man, but for ,1 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 man good or hiipiy, but neither ier och'S 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 Hi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1899

-A-JUIlX-ENi From a Sea QuITs Wine. tn waat rot born amid earth's statnsni oil. A ad drearr din, and nolte of Jangled mirth: Thou haat llred far from all our tears and toll. Oh, brine u back the blesalnr of thy blrthl Bpsak but a llltl of that othrr life, Which knew thee once, wild aa the wind and brine: Bet free our eplrlle, atrallened In their atrlfe. To aweep thoae old unwearying wars of thine. ring- back the gtorloua freedom of thy fflfht, Skimming the erf it of purple wavea afar ta that Illimitable flood of light Which knowa no ataln of toll, no fetter Ing bar. dire ue to know the glory and the wonder Lorn of the flying rack, the gleaming foam. Where mighty blllowa rear their heads and thunder Against the wild black rocka which were thy home. Our hands are tired, our eyes are dim of seeing,' Our eara are dull with nolae of mirth and . moan.- Oh. give us back the beauty of that being Unwearied and unsolled, which waa thine own! Mabel Earle. In Touth'a Companion. '.Copyright. tM....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1899

3 THE CITIZEN. T. O. PASCX), IMIlor ind Manser. III.UEA, KKNJtJCICY A GENERAL'S "BLUFF." The Clever llnif at n Prmrh llfflrtf When In a Vers Atelmnrd Mtitnllnn, i . ... . nrnvcry in n military enicrr It a com- ; ninnplnre virtue, since no iiuin U lit to be nn odlrrr unlets lie possesses It. 1 lilt presence of mind In Krent ilnnecr m n rarer quality, nnil tlir olllcrr who MiMfMci It needs only cipiHirtuiiltr to bring lilm distinction. (!rn. tie (lalllfet. tlie French mlnUtrr of vnr, nml tlie moat eminent living French general, possesses presence nf inlinl In n high degree. During the wnr or tlie commune, (Inlllfct once found himself, at the Hergrrlr liridgc, Turin, Mirrminded on Hirer side by the insur Kent nnlltinnl gunrd. He una nccnni imnled by n lleutennnt only, llernard ii iiiircoiiri ny nniiie. Hsrnpe una Im posslliir. 'Hirer thousand nntioiiiil gunrds liml their gium nlmcd at the two olllrera. "We ahnll ncrrr get out of thla nthe!" aalil the lleutennnt. "Well." nld (InlJIfel, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1899

Where Love is, (here God is also. (Continue! from lot wrtk.) Stcpnnuitch departed; and Mar(ln poured out tho rest of tho tea, drank it up, put up tho dishes, nndsatdown again by the window to work, to stitch on a patch, ilo is stitching, and at tho same timo looking through tho window. Ho is expecting Christ, and is all tho while thinking of him and his deeds, and his head is filled with the different speeches of Christ. Two soldiers passed bj: one wore boots furnished by tho Crown, and tho other one, boots that ho had made: then tho master of tho next house, passed by in shining galoshes; thou a baker with a basket passed by. All passed by; and now there, came also by tho window a woman in woollen stockings and wooden shoes, She passed by the window, and stood still near tho window-case. Adam looked up at her from tho window, sees it is a strange woman poorly clad, and with a child: she was standing by tho wall with her back to tho wind, trying to wrap up the child, and she has not...

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

The Citizen. UBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY Clrcatatloa, 1000. Dtroted to tlw Interests of tbe Hie, School, and Farm. 00 c tTur VOL. I. DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899. NO. 20. The Citizen 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. IDEAS. 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 tor neighbors. The Wide World. The Iloers claim to hare 100,000 men iti tho field. 1,000 of whom a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1899

A HERO. Its trends no gory bAttltfleUs. Wellington, or llonapsrte; He lends no Knights of Crlmon Cross, I.Ik a Itlchard of the l.lon-licsrt. I've iJ of no exploit of hi. Not do 1 even know his name. For round hit brow haa ne'er been twined The laurel wreath of fame. In fact, he'i Just a simple boy. A merry, gentlemanly lad. Whose honest heart nnd kindly words Must make the very impels glnd. The fearless glances of his eyes Candor and truthrulnrss reveal. And prove to all that he has naught Of meanness to conceal. -At lessons, household tasks or play, Ills earnest spirit Is the mime; Jn school, he stands the first In class. Is foremost In eurh manly game. 'Kind words and sunny smiles he Rives To all, nor ceases then. Indeed, He's ready with a willing hand To help another's ntrd My eyes are aching for a sight Of hlm-my Ideal boy-hero. I challenge you to tell me now If such a lad you really know. I'd like to grasp him by the hand. And tell him that around his name There Is n glory brig...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1899

QUALITY AND NEWS. Fame nnil I'.irrllrnrr Are llrtcrintn. Iii I'ncliira In Iturrcaafnl Develop, silent One- uf llir liiiiorlniil I'unc tlona of llluli-clnas rtaairl)rra. In tircartitlnjr Interesting plinica of clrntlllv nml riiiiioinlo problems, lii. clnss ncwspnperH fritifiitly gUv In formation of nsj-rrnl wiltie In tlirlriul vertUlnir ciiliiiiiiu nit in those lrinipil to the publication of the prlnclpiil events of (lie ilny; and when the funic of a product l extruded lrmitl tlx mitnral inniiii into furclKii lands, mid n hri-eilc-innml rrrntrd tliroiiKhout Omit Ilrltnln ninl her Colonlm and the prlnclpnl sen tHirU nn. I cities of lluniiic. Asln nml Af rica, It Ihtoiiu b n pleiiMint duty to note lie lact mid to trll of tin polnti of rx cillemv on wlilrli so Kmil n nit idis Is bnni. Wr refer to tin- now world fiininl limnlhe rriiieily. Syrup of 1'Ij.m, the product of lln- ( iilifuriilii Syrup Company. Tin- merit of till well l.niiHii excellent luxntlie were first limile known to the w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1899

Where Love is, there God is also. (Cmitlmipl from It wrtk.) And the woinnn said, "May Christ bless you, Little, graudfntherl He must lmvo font mo himself to your window. My little child would have frozen to death. When I started out, it was warm, but now it is terribly old. And he, Hatiushka, led you to look through the window, and tako pity on me, an unfortunate." Adam smiled, and said, "Indeed, he did that! I havo been looking through the window, my good wo man, not without a eauso." And Martin told the soldier's wife his dream and how ho heard tho voice how the Lord promised to como and see him that day. "All things are possible," said tho woman. Sho rose, put on tho coat, wrapped up her lit t lu child in it; and, as sho started to tako her leave, she thanked Adam again. "Tako this, for Christ's sake," said Adam, giving her a twenty-kopek piece: "redeem your shawl." She made tho sign of the cross. Adam made tho sign of tho cross, and went with her to the door. The woman left. Ada...

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