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Brooks Ida L 2x10 r1NNNN11NN11NNNNNINNNNNN111N111111N1SUBSCRIBEiT AN INDEPENDENT j1ITO D A YLNNNNNNWE EK L Y 111N INN1111N11N 11N11N11N11N1NN 1N 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 T CITIZENl Iubllitiot UlioollM ol TUg 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 noi by iiiiiry by gifts of Hoxvcra nnd othor thing which help to make ilium oilier autl by freely giving their aorviciM tho editor down to ox prim hU Hlncjre than kA and to with thoin iw 011I all our frionds Happy Now Year IDEAS Now 1t aid rmolutionanro unsuully math to bo brokiM- tWlmtH the use of breaking n lot of thorn evory your Why not resoho to lake tnoru of yourself tliiH yi nr mid wtick to UT Butter out resolution well kept titan two only half kept Hut Now Years Diy is not the only tiinu for Htiuh IhitigH Every day roily bngin n now year if you only think so- Heroin ono rosolution you should keip rinolvo to Hiibsoribo for tlio CITIZEN nt onCe Now thuu how does that Hiiit yout The Wide World Tlie American campaign in Luzon hanopeiUHl by llio capture of fiilmyno It in estimated that tho South Afri ciin war will coit Kiiglurd 300000 000 A military dictator for tho British cabinet has boon mtg oited by tho IxMidoii Morning Pod Gun French commanding tho lint ish forces on Monday captured Colon hung In S Africa and drove out tho Boom A Copular voto on tho question of n new premdout of Mexico showed n i T grout majority in favor of ireaidjnt Diaz Acconling to war department 1- port tho Filipino robeU wore Hovoro ly whippud by tho American soldiery Inst wwkIOur CountryICoiignvisman Boutollo of Mine is suffering from rights disease SOIIRVB baud has been flolected tho official American band to play nt tho Paris Exposition Navigation of tho Ohio river from IitUburg to Cairo has boon suspend tl on account of ice IfiO li tnxn of tho Maine dixastor worn buried in Arlington cemetery tit Washington last Thursday Smallpox is becoming serious among the Indians in Indian Territory and nt Crow Agency in South Dakota Tho probable election of Mrs Unto tio Hughes Cannon as Unit d Status Senator from Utah is being discussed The Mormons would regard it as yin dicating Uoburts STATE NEWS A movement to renovate and repair tho state buildings nt Frankfort nt n cost of 00ODO is on foot Charges of bribery wore made against John Whalton of Louisville last Monday nighll y Senator Hnrrell A livcrymonn trust was recently fonnnd at Lancaster including prom taunt liver atom of Central Kentucky Oov Taylor appointed M II Mnckoy nnd A M J Couhriins stale election commissioner in place of comiiiisiioiiars Ellis and Iryor ro fiigncd County News County court day yesterday in toad of Monday Tho bxird of tax suporrisora is now in session iu Richmond A train on tho LouisvillQ nUll Allan tio was wrecked last Thursday night near Valley View Tho mail car was burnt but no lives wero lost Trnllic way delayed several houra I i PERSONAL Mrs E M Ircslon Is quito sick Rev George Ames Is In rather pour health ut present Frank Hays lane been sick torn few days but is now hotter Elias Wallace of Wullnceton rot turned Friday from tho North It M Moore wont to Owaley Co Saturday to canvass for the King bet brace Fred Keller hits returned from his trip to Indianapolis where he had his eyes treated 1T Oshorno was in Cincinnati on college business from Wednesday until Saturday Will A Klein of Langford was in Borea Thursday and Friday calling on his friends James W VnnWiuklo loft Monday for a few weeks with relatives nt El wood Indiana- F 1V Kidd wont to Owsley lust Friday on n business trip expecting to ho gone several days Sum T Martin and his friend H C Dennis of Greenville Ky wero in town two days lust week Lmvis L Davis a prominent teacher of J wood tad spent the holidays with relatives here Taylor and Meredith Gabbard an rived from Owsley county last Wed ncMlay and entered school J E Sutton returned from Cin chianti Friday where he had an operation performed for abscess Ernest G Dodge left Friday for Cumberland Cap Tenu where ho will teach for tho ensuing six months Her John G Fee has bola quite dangerously sick for thin past week but seems n little improved nt pros out Miss Edith Mt Fairchild left Mon day for Cumberland Cap Teun t resume her teaching in the School Rev Fl A Paddock loft Thursday on his way East to solicit money for Wieser Academy for which ho is workingMiss Pearl McKcehnn of Dreyfus arrived last Thursday for a visit of several days with Mrs E T Fish on BroadwayJ formerly n student of Berea now of Cleveland Ky spoilt a few days hero last week visit ing friends T A Robinson W F Kldd J M Early E M Preston and J W Urntchor wore among tho Court Day visitors yesterday O C Hall of Dundee III former ly a student hero arrived last Wednesday for n visit with his uncle E P Fairchild mind family Dr G T Fairchild and Mrs Kato E Putnam attended tho Teachers Association in session nt Louisville last week returning Saturday Dr Fairchild was elected president of the State Reading Circle E W Baker of Wnllacoton was in town Friday to uncut his sister Miss Kate who returned that day from her holiday visit with her sister Mary fit Chicago where Miss Mary is attending that Moody Institute Wm Lodwick spent Sunday and Monday In Cincinnati attending the EistedlTod n meeting of tho Welsh singing societies of tho United States Mr Lodwickh father Prof John B Lodwick of Youngstown broturned to Beren with him and will sing in tho Hnrmonin concert next Tuesday night LOCALS Horse for sale CITIZEN ollico Bicycle for sale CITIZEN ollico Wax paper nt the priiitiugoflice 1npor napluiifl at prinlingollicu Order your blank books nt tho priutingolfico Curl hoards und blotters at tho printing ollico- Iloinoinado scratch pads at tho Print ingoflico Best pad in town Tho famous Stato Bond paper and nn WZZ7 zi zozz1 I A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter iO0Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made OLOTaI fG I I Y7Km prermntl to cloth you with the Ixwcutprlccd rlgtrIr tnailc aWlutvly all wad Clotldng In America Hlglillymiulo an It U of famout Vital Jlraml lhO only readyttwrarclothingTRltonrlen antrlctly nlvnllllc tjiuli Iu clean workroom Itrfret mtlnirunil warrulUIIIC the InMile 111 the very life ul the KHrmvnt In tarcfiilncw Iu nmklnx reprmnl thewclli of time and thought and s ilrrldcd contrail to the tailoring rcuily to wear CMothlnit Tim Knhrlcs that we how are the very tIIIIII that will Ie eau thin e atm Mall rolltlllcllJclulwl to In ht the IIIC I the ulJOTe filM The mot extraou unary texturecomblultlg our gent onr le that 01intn and do wit our Clothing n- tLESS MONEY e Than elewhero How can we aIT111 toenouch hlxhenula Clothing lor len money thau rlwwhcrt Our anwerkurueadrhnpte OllnlRlnoterullrlreeontrueted rltU un JfIIltIho 1IIIn our ClolbllllC old on the maitet mrgln of prunt I deleuhugana1Arge Tolnme or Itutlncu Tho more Clothing we sell the gvter iour purchailiu ewer the lowvrimr price thafi the story In a nulthell Idii COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY 01 tZfZ fi3I2 L2 6ZtZIfZo S S envelopes nt wholesale prices at the Print ngollicc Fine corpspondenco papers mid envelopes nt tho Printing office light nUll heavy weights rough mid smooth surfaces fine goods at low prices A Great BargainiMX wheels of fair quality ruled writing paper 8xll for SO cents worth f 0 cents Wo have n limited quantity of this papjr end prices arc rising At tho Printing OHico Cold weather is here Hud you realized itT Born to Mr and Mrs John F Coyle last Friday 13j pound boy 0Shipping staves and stokes still continues nt tho depot hero in spite of tho cold weather Mrs E II Yocum gave tho College lecture in tho chapel last night Il consisted of readings stories etc nnd was much enjoyed Tho annual church dinner and business meeting of the Union Church will held Saturday All members nro urged to bo present Coasting null skating parties have the preference just now For several lays tho ice and snow tins furnished enjoyment to numbers of citizens and studenls Sunday night Marshal Shockley and Deputy Sheriff Preston took Dick Campbell to tho Richmond jell ho being charged with forging chocks on John Billiard Last week Tuesday Arthur Titus oldest son of LoiU Titus broke his collar bono wtiilo playing with two othor boys Tho racturo was dressed and tho patient is doing well Dr E B McCoy our popular den list has removed his oflico furniture over to tho front offices in the Hanson building over tho printingoffice Tho doctor is building up n good practiceE Fish recently sold his louse and lot on Center street now occupied by J C Coyle to G L Isaacs of Es till county Consideration 51000 Mr manes will move his family to Berea to educate his children The new board of trustees of Bo rca was sworn nnd begun its work last Monday night S E Welch Jr was elected chairman of tho hearth and line with him its members Messrs J C Teeters S C Lewis Gee Amoy and Geo Hoffman Robert Fish nn old colored man living near Boron died early Wed nesday morning Ills deaths was caused by hemorrhage hastened it is thought by the excitement conse grunt upon n social gathering at his homo tho night before Mr Fish served during tho Civil War and was n pensioner Burial Friday- J W Clianoy has just been np appointed Soliciting agent for tl o countiis of Madison Gurrurd and Estill by tho Continental Firo Insurance Co of Now York Mr Clianoy received also a certiiicalo oft the filet from oho Kentucky Insur ance Commissioner doled Jan I 1100 and authorizing him to do bus iness in this state Curry1Uedcaused by chronic cystitis Mr Curry lived in tho Green property at the springs mid was drinking the water fur life hell I h Time deceased was n biother of limo county nssisior T 0 Curry and of Mrs Jumes Rowlett who lived for stout y urs with Mrs Cornolisou on Center street Jan C F Hanson WHH busy mov ing his livery business into his new table Although tho new burn is hardly completed enough to ho used us H shelter for stack jelMr Huuson moved in order to clear the way for Uicliiinltion nnd leases the now owners of the property The latter in istedal moving iu spite of tho cold weather and Mr Hanson moved also iu order to save any trouble later On Thursday Jan 4 will occur the marriage of Mr Hurry Blazer of Scaffold Cane und Miss Stella Klein at tho home of the bride at Lnngford Ky Both parties are well kiown tore especially the groom who is in ho lumber business at Scaffold Cane rho bride is a daughter of G A Klein superintendent of the Rock castle Quarry ut Langford and is u capable young lady situ an able teach re Their friends hero otTer congrat ulations and good wishes Tho Crack rjack basket ball team and their lady friends were en lerlaitifd lest Monday evouing at tho homo of M K Pusco Jr ono of the team Refreshments were served and iho evening was spent enjoyably with different games and amusements Those present were Misses Rogers Paddock Fish Gouilbn Gay achwesingcr Burdctt Messrs Charles Burdelto John BurdetlHoward Em bree Edwin Kmbree M L Spick Uen Paddock and M K Pasco Jr Howard hall boys kept open house Now Years night nnd nicely outer- teined n largo number of their friends Two hundred invitations wero issued und evidently lItarlnil who were invited saw lit to como for there was present about that uumber of stu dents mid citizens After snmo time spent ill a social visit tho guests were invited to tho third floor hall where nice lunch waR served used nil were entertained with music on the banjo and tho juba danco given by homo of tho boys Lagrippp with its after effects an iiually destroys thousands of people It may bo quickly cured by Ono Min ute Cough Cure tho only remedy that produces immediate results iu coughs colds croup bronchitis pneu monia and throat troubles It will prevent consumption S E WolchJr J D Bridges Editor Democrat Lancaster N II says Ouo Minute Cough Cure ia the best remedy for roIliopItusthnm pneumonia bronchitis grippe and all throat nnd nil lung troubles S E Welch Jr the the sold Feet No Other 207 Wet Main St KY The Berea Monumental Co The result of work and reasonable prices is that Onow have customers in all parts of the Stale tltcn you want Anything in the monumental line Let us liiow and tee will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount I Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the and work JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky waDN a dkaiatr ad i il J O1HrDrCI ou ua ar rr ur erLt depr n U eu1Nr Canalena l1tueluuurl r rMI niel ueJ frchl charc1 haililn IIrIA w detIRM1fli J fKifQlrcGfEtcr rr lrt uue r rrotrrrr d benv bane OF IP liTAT ONSEtj yrc Ifl isIHSBURDICK hit MaliGRDI JiltZnlaltmoaty SOLID QUARTER SAWED Olt eAImNtttpllkiOn doted brad dropping In in Ij tn be coed a a ut IIb s1f r Corwin5D tebratourrater4altthrcaOngnbntlurshuttleautonatkt barpatentt aeIIuulldlSe1 telltnthowanonannrunltanddoelthnpllnoraapSh II IT COSTS YOU NOTHING thae r4VBliWa and then it rnnrlneed that you are nnR wuo to flOoo pay freirht ann tb tissorTIInITIIt nyltmewabinthrmnntbdousON DELAY v rethmuhlereilaMerrdtorarre flnrtJ ClilcrO III CENTER STREET GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Pohtos Nothing Bnt The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices BURTON The Photographer UKALKK IN AMATKUIl HU1TLIK8 Fine Photographs at Prices Views about Jlerea a specially TO C F I HANSONS LIVERY LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office nt Residence E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky H C JASPER M D MEDICINE and SURGERY KyIDENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jiuilding Main Street Jiicfnnond Ky Telephone Kolilrncr Nofl 00 J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to 12 i1M- t loS P jr National Bunk Building Hieimoiid Ky u Ifj m sDESIGNS I FREENotlcoCMrpumodernlNofeetlll patent II lecured Address SIGGERS Palrnt Lawyer Washington ii c x r JENNESS MILLER SHOES For Women Are Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are only by Us They Fit the as Nature Accept DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO RICHMOND good times Material firstclass 11ern Ii WARE your YOtkiIoltta ocaraaotaaded oaoaaros ART Reasonable GO OnlcrXo Intended Job PrintingDirt IWe are prepared to do all kind crycheaprntesHere 500 White envelopes Ji 25 500 Ruled Note Heads oo 500 Ruled Letterheads x 25 500 Billheads 13 lines I 50 500 Regular Statements i 50 500 6x9 Hand bills x oo 5009X12 I 50 Business Cards500 I 2q We trill prepay far portage on any one of the abtrt orburinmplainlyMail to STUDENTS JOB PRINT Berea Kentucky Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT lIIE1tlT ALL Ulmct that are not property ndjustol to your yen actiinlly daugeroua know It and- you aught iu Vuow It will not attempt to mit gIo ors to your until know what la nLLedd liycCgamtnet free tl Nice line of Iforellies in JEWKLKV T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Op- ticianKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartl flclally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In clllclency It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea BIckfTcadachc1GastralgiaCraninsani all otherref111tf of Imporfectdlgestlon Prepared by E C OcWItt ACo Cblcooa S E WKLC1I Tit r H I THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Maanger r HERE KKVTUCRY rL tfr lG dF 1Ir f su ts I r JANUARY1900 1 IIsun Mona TuelWe Thur rrl J 21 3 4 51 6 I 7819OjJiUjJ3 HI 151617 18119 20 12J 2223242S 26 127 I j 28 29 30131 = a II 1AIlI1I 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 209 cents per mile unil In France 336 cents per trifle u The under of decoration wotn by the German emperor according to n Berlin newspaper are worth bunt ltXWOOO marks or a little over 230 The kaiser principal rind most valuable decorations nre the insignia of the black eagle the order of the Tuition dOr In nil he has over 200 crosses badges mill other Insignia Miss Emma Slbonl of Milwaukee who has been commissioned by the dowager empress of Ilussin to paint a miniature of her on Ivory was born In Denmark 22 years ago and carne to Ainerlcn when her parents died She firittCKtabltalud herself In Chicago ns portrait painter but lately has con fined her attention to miniature work Probably the smallest monarch in the world reigns over the Hindoo vhs sal stale of Ilhopaul full governsa peo ple of more than a million souls Thin ilwurf U n woman DjihanlJegmn by- name but although slit is about 10 yearn old she dues not appear larger thuri n child of 10 Her diminutive sire dues not prevent her however from holding the reigns of government with a firm hand n The production of petroleum in the world is 3000000000 gallons of which jIIOJOIOOO are produced in the Unit ed dates of America 250000000 in Kuwia 87000000 in Austria 72 000000 In Sumatra to00000J in lava 29000000 In Canada 24000000 In hour mania 15000000 in India 3000000 in Japan 7000000 in Germany 3000000 in 1eru and the smaller remainder in Itnly and other countries n Miss Agnes Irwin dean of ItailclilTe college who was recently chosen by Iarlsexpositiondaughter of Benjamin Franklin She was born in Washington in 1841 and Is the daughter of Wm Wallace Irwin Her maternal grandfather wax Ilich nrd Roche grandson of Franklin Her mothers mother was n daughter oC Alexander J Dallas 1ashingtonsheath lund newspapers over tin condition of the serrate chamber nt Annapolis where Washington resigned his coin mission ns commanderlnchlef The- Annapolis Capital calls for a restora lion of the senate nnd house of dele gates to the original design and decoration of Washingtons tiny Since that time Incredible as It now seems the original decoration has been ob Kteratccl by tawdry and florid work The briefest biography In the con gressional directory is tluit of n Mis l sayshorseyof Jefferson Citywas elected to the fiftysixth congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of KIchuH Uland Tune 191890 receiving 10331 rotrs The longest biography is that of Chauncey M Depew It oc dlrlctorJloUilngfrom the hour he was born to the day he was elected to the senate The Empty Stocking club of Baltimore a club for the distribution of presents for children at the Christmas season was greatly successful this The Academy of Music wns fill ed with hundreds of the little bene ficiaries of the clubs kindness There was an entertainment of music and dancing and n realistic visit of Santa Claus The empty stockings of the children were really filled and Christmas in hundreds of homes in Baltimore is the brighter for this thoughtful kindness Jtnly once hind a plague tint killed 10000 persons dally Five hundred a day died In Home in one year 00000 citizens of Constantinople died The epidemic of 18171S49 was the worst ever visited on man in Asia 23000000 r perished by Itnnd In Kurope 25000 000 In London 200 persons were liar led In the Cltarterliouse yard Jt lidcalled Black Death The pjaple Jn England In 1741 destroyed more pet ple than the continual wart for the 15 precedlug years Sweat lag scJtneM prevailed In England f9r three yeas BEFORE AND AFTER When she married often the Forcefully asseverated On the thresholdthrone shed be nor domInated ty her chosen minister Others might be held and Imrrlcd None should dictate unto her When she married When she mirried asnhe dlil Found her throne of love rose hdden And she walked As she was bid Never knowing she was hidden lie could reign enough for two And tier maiden plans mlscorrlftl Abe became the gentle threw When the married When he wedded fo he said Hed none of the bonds that lie men She his choice would know who led Ere theyd quit the shrine of Hymen She might make and meml hIs things Bee him fed and softly bedded He would hold the housepurse strings When he wedded When he wedded he would check Dutchers grocers bills and bakers And would find him no soft geek Milliners and mantuainnkers lie would manage stern and well Marriage he In nowise dreaded Uut the records do not tell When he wedded Philip T Iloxbury In Illustrated Amer- Ican Copyright ty D Arrlelon ft Co All rights reserved CHAPTKR XIX EXIT TUB ANCIENT BH1CO had gained my taint without waste of words or time but it was to be my wI or not at all My ladTas in dire peril Against this could I for a moment weigh any thought of myself What eared whether France Spain or the liorgia ruled In Italy What mattered it to me whether one crafty statesman held the reins of power or another outdid him in craft and filched away his bone My lady teat in dan ger and my honor might rot sod the Most Christian the Most Catholicand Most Holy wolves might tear each others throats out before would move a finger take oue crept until she was free If had to pull down ItaglioniV hold with my own hands would injulllIheard of nnd then my foot caught in the carpeting of the iiTwige I tripped up and fell heavily the shock sending Mm before my eyew Too iivueb haste halite and a hand hellCdme to rise 1s tidimd my feet wiv llIehia elli beside me hollowed im nt outer pie iul hut you went lat i had minted you but rorI that lucky trip A word sureif yoji her take her to the convent of St Jerome two tildes northwest oi lagiuneclue atIJIwIIwill do the rt will tee to that Very well God grant I nuccecJf myhandgo Luck to his eminence we have a Taint or 1lemiaDjcrpo loot by your excellency I npIdarted I went on with a little store care nnd be fag a trills cooled by my fall was aulc to think letter lly the time rcnchcif my apartments I had derided on my I should leave by the 1orta del Popolo keep on the right bank of the river as far as Dorghetto there cross the Tiber andon to 1crugia in a straight line by Namji and Todi It was close on three and thirty leagues but did not mean to spare horse ledtoready and Carter whinnied a glad welcome pawing ut the oil with hisforcfo tin his im patience St Armandc and the hbbe ready mounted and attended by n couple of men were a little to the right I will not keep you a moment chevalier I called out as patted him and running up the stairs to my room legan to dress rap- Idly Jacopo attended ear and as lift hand id me any sword lointed to the pikri win dow A fair night for a long ride excellency Yec the moon stands wellmrclollk quick and we descended All ready Jacopo Your excellency Steady Castor and 1 swung into the saddle There was the jingle of Lit chain tie clank ofsteel scabbards the ring of iron shod hoofs on the pavement and with St Armando by my side and my troop behind me I left the Palazzo Corneto godownAngelo but determined to cross at tho Hi fita Therefore crossing the BorIC di San Angelo we went northwards by the V d Tre 1apazzi up the Via Camcllicri and then turning to the right rode ui the Via CrcKcenzio To our right as we rode the moon hung over San Angelo nail the dark outlines of the gloomy stronghold loomed like a vast shadow of evil ubovc mln front of us lay the Tiber and the long line of fires of the charcoalburners The latter over hang by a blue cloud of smoke into which the forked flames leaped and danced At guardbutcrossed at a slow pace Above the hollow brat of the horses hoofs I heard the waters churning around the piers and looking over the side saw the gray river as it hummed past below me fleckedwith white foomtltfpedwoes chasing each other in theybrokein a hundred colors with an angry him Passing through the ruined Iorta del LrCbnrlestook the Flammian Way and galloped down the road almost In darkness owing io the shadows thrown by the high walls on each tide of us We rccrossed the Tiber at the Ponte Molle and still keeping the Via Ma aiinii turned our horses heads in the direc tion of Caste Xuovo Not the best bone in the world could keep up the pace we were going for and I was old enough soldier to know that our peed must be regulated by the slowest beast ifwe wanted to reach in full strength so I slackened rein to a walk and gave the animals a rest- Excepting once when Jacopo rode off to mule his duty to the Fountain of Trevi I had not exchanged word with St Ar raande indeed was in no mlau to talk but hI qutstinnDoWe qjr navy lea Uf j to Roc 6t M- maD t t Cicl he muttered under his breath and I heart the able as ho leaned forward whis per Cciutiisx1 would you give way tow Courage Qeatly there was a mystery hear tu which had no clew and it troubled me glanced at St Arnmude and through the moonlight saw the white of his check show ing all the paler for the black patch he wore transversely across it but looking at him did not explain matters What the devil does this mean said hal myselfIiJ Merely something to myself chevalier Piarolo But tUJN ii u dull ride Do you think lofnllli his tone softened suddenly made no reply but stirred up Castor and we iccu along left the mystery to take case ut itself aril mapped out a pine of action would lake only two men with me into IVrugia and send the rest with Ar mandu to the convent of St Jerome to await lIgioluItmantle the control of the stronger party especially if he meant treachery but thin was iKpmadcd he did tot On the other hand a following of nix troopers waxatrillc too many to buy a i eaccful visit to llaglioni end might amuse mispicion while they were too few to utteinpt open four In hort if I could riot do what wanted with two InllI I would not be able to effect it with six or a dozen und matte up my mind to split our party either lifter crossing the Iajiu or beyond at San Fortunuto In this manner sometimes galloping some times trotting std nt other time walking our horse to give them a rest we icuihed Cnstel Xuovo but did not enter the town skirting it IIour right although one of the trooHr fuggestcd our going westward by Campagnano a uxelcM detour as it seemed to me We passed the little town exactly at midnight nnd the chime of bells striking the hour fell plensiiitly on our rata A short way beyond we found the road ro cut into ruts and Insures that it wis not possible to go at any other than a snails pare so that within the next two hours we barely cov creel as many leagues The moon was now on the wane the road became worse and one or two of the horses showed sigma oi fatigue Jacopo role up beside inc fly your leave excellency We have the toad by Somite to crow soon and in the trayIuntil dawn It will test time horses and with the light we could press on Very well lark U not that the sound of water worshipThen there A fIll yint btyotid we came to a ruined rrasbubblinglien troopershadlawemdamp all the preparation for a two hours hat liegmnt I sharla little wine with St Annandc nnd the ubbe and the foniior rolling him self up in his cloak leaned his back against n fallen Pins and vccinol to drop oil at once matt sleep Iwalkedof lime moon uulil it fiuially ssnkout of sight and darkness fell upon ark in it rear around me my mind tray in a still greater darkness for was unnblu to think of any plan by which could gain IergiaTimeter for wait prctnrcJ to let the affair of the ducaU sink rather than low any chance of rescuing her A straw yet miiainf Iuck might bean my side and with lurk and n strong heart uric might do an thing There was noth Ing for it but to content myself for the pros ent with this Until reached Ierugia I could develop no plan So Patel up and down with an unsettled mind tail finally seating myself on n stone awaited the morn ing alternately nodding and awakening with a start At last The rant Itcgan to whiten and tLeIand recognizing me began to ajologize This cut short and lade him arouie the men CospettoToHo slutgarts ItiilTalnes Awake Thitd yod that you are going to snore here nil tiltTheydous yawning and strvteliiug of nnn nnd we were soon on tIt oman h ngnin through the increasing daylight The coming ilny sociurd townrm the heniU of tile men rind one of them broke into song the churns being taken up by the oth ers as we joggedalong When this had lasted some little time I gave Castors reins a IIIlIoJlfhortlltd along the side of Soratte niul the mom ing beinif youic besides very bright and clear we had a glorious view To the left lay Civitn CnsUHanni the willis of Ih0 new citadel standing high above the town which lay in the middle of a network of dreg ravines to the right and behind us till Sa bine lull extended m long airy lines and the wooded heights of Icllachio ami San Otnnaro where doe to 1alonilwri was an old castle of our house rose to the mouth east Nose im was the monastery of St Silvestrc and Sornttc itself reached towards where llnrghftto stood tin a Lend nt the Ji LeI in neriei of deKremlins peaks Cool infTs of air anight as and freshened till horse as well IH our heart und it was n cheery party that finally reached the Iontc Felice mind entered the town Here our fufccomluct again stood us m good stead Indeed we had dilliculty in getting away for the Captain Iippi who held liorghclto fcr tha Jtorghis wished to press his hospi tality on us for n few days but on eventually taking him aside und whispering to him that wan bound on a conlldciitial mission he gave io but with some little re luctance lie however invited us to share his table nt dinner accepted but Sir Ar mando who was looking very wearied declined and dined quietly with the abbe at the Silver Eelwhere I quartered my menLippi was an old soldier risen from the ranks with a heath more full of drill than suspicion but in order to remove any such vrjcl that might be growing there Inifcejil to be so delighted with his conversa tion at dinner that Legged the favor of his accgrnpnuying me for a league or so on my way after we had dined To this he agreed with alacrity and was subsequently sorry for my twins for the old bore did sot quit me until we hud all but readied MicNrni and taw the iumpaiiilc of St JuvcnnliH ris fag above Narni We did this portion of the journey at a rapid lace as wanted if pos sible to shake oil the captain but mounted on an Anuliati lie stuck to me like a hurr dinning into my ears his upinionau to how- the crosa bow Will n weapon as superior to the arquebus as the mangonel was above even Novurrosj new cannon At length he wished the day and departed find the borsfn treating the cad of their days jour IlIlIoprLlbrousb the New The river here was hemmed Into u untrow ravine and crosniiig hIIn any dent bridge of three span supposed to here uptimethere found food and lodging for lath man and beast at nn albergo the name of which somehow I have forgotten St Armandc was quite worn out and MW he was unlit met for any long strain Wo supped to gether and heretiretialmostatonce After supper I hada detailed exiimiiinttoii of the horses and found that one of them had a lore back fh trouper who owned him vowed he would not part with him had to dienito the man which did This re duced my fighting Mrciigth to six men in eluding Jncoto did teat include St Ar miiule and hm felloven in rstimatini this lUttlug them down to so much inetiiu bone of which I would soon luke UIC to lit rid I was anxloun however to hurry on and co altered my original plans a little in the morning after we had gone about n league turned to St Armande amid said t Chevnlicr it U necessary for me to press mi with all Bpecd I want you therefore to do men favor- Anything you like cavnlierc but we do not vut dove It is thic I am going on at once want JOH to take four of my trooper aril with your own following rake for the convent of llIiioneYOllryou arc avnitiiig met Await me for u week It 1111 not inure then go luck to Borne and tell the cardinal what you have done jut I thought wan to go with you ami share your udtcrilurci Bite you my word of honor St Ar iiiande thnt you will hare in the adventure hI which agreed you ihould come share op to the elbow but you will spoil ctcry sayThemeNo more than there to you in one word St Armande do you agree or not Very wolf JacopoExselhencyk lickout a tuna nail he you the lackey and myself will go on ahead The rest vn follow have given all other orders to the sigunr St Ariiunde worshipI thin prayiuustaehcd trooper saluted lit he spoke He looked the man I wanted My lackey mightholdSo slinking hands with St Animnde I put spun to Castor and we dashedtill Turning the corner of a licit of forest lund I looked buck and waved my hand in ther adieu to the chevalier caught the flutter of the white handkerchief the young dandy carried as he loooed it to the air in tcply to my salute and the next moment the tnvs hid them from view We rode hard now Castor going almost ss Inelu when we started Indeed I Jtcepo ntUDcScU to tba tuH u It b loTtd would lane far outpaced the others if I did not let him feel the bit once and the noble beast ai if knowing tuty required no further irmns not to outstrip his comps iumis Gang lit wo were tow Ienigia seas but a few hours nuroy but the INtel was too great to last long and from Todi to Ieruxia theta were nine leagues and a tritle over of an nxcendinj road Castor might do it tie others was suite would not In otdrr therefore to test the horses an well an to staid gaadion I resolved that wu should dine at Itouiro und after an hour or no of rest prc i forward tanking by Todi nail traveling all night so U to reach Ivrugin in the morning If we went muter we would wjly nssehat night and so late as to Unit i iuslosibleile of San Gemini and Cantel Todino and about noon drew ui our now somewhat blown beasts nt the gaten of the MaiiatAnns the only inn in the village- It was n moor place saw at a glance and ax we pulled up a crowd of okels in holiday attire guthcrod around us Tlie inn seemed full too fur the aril swanneil with eoile and a half wore head of cxmtadiiii were In each uimloiv staring at us openeyed- A I took this in the landlord nne run thing out cap in hand and full of npologitn- Uhiine HiU iny in full to the gar lets signore and it in nothing I can do for you today Tomorrow is the feast of St Mary of the Connotation and all the coun try U going to Todi i do not want to stay We merely lull hero to bait our horses nail to dine tau you manage thnt If that in nil excellency yes oh Pea- blur bouts they can rest anywhere niul there is a Polenlaanti room for your excel henrys followers but for yourself signore and mournfullyWhat die mounted my men following suit Hut this signore There is but one room in the house you could ute and that is armyViolentanyone to hue it Lasso me Hut not a paul yetlive and say that the Cavalicra Donati begs to bo nllowcd n corner of their table for his dinner Alas signore It is tutclcs They have been here two days Then it is time they made room for other travelers Give my message landlord and say I am following Mine host trotted off with considerable misgivings expressed in his face und fol lowed by my lackey bearing my valise I puceWlien could hardly be missed seeing it was the only one in thu house that had any pretense of ap pearance found the door open and heard n halfdrunken voice shouting llcgonc dog lllood of a king nut are two gentlemen to be disturbed because a signora with a long name wants to dine Skull of St Jerome Did you ever hear the gohungheard enough to recognize the voice nail turning to the lackey said Send Ja epo1 here at once with a stout cudgelrunThe went off on the double nnd I maincj without thQ cJopr lUtenlng rritb a amusement to the nmicnl ilriroa bluster for it waJ he and he was bantv nil the talk his companion whoever he wall now and then giving a grunt of ascent Mitro and cowl Hell lid milphur Will you fool or shall slit your wind- Pipe and heard him beat the table with his list Out iincal he roaredand bring in another skin of chlaiiti Out come the wretched innkeeper and seeing me nt the door began to urge me to- go but at this moment Jacopo come run ning up with a stout stick in hU hand and iiishing the landlord on one side stepped Into the roots followed by Jicopo eRos friend who was Quite gunk ns if Memcd had fallen asleep vMItt he wastidk 111111111 lay with Ins head Letweeii his arias half on the table half on his chair The an cient wits seated wild an empty skin before him nnd muse ia wrath ns entered WhH the he lngau in a wine blown voice mid then face paled a little as ho saw me did not wade woids Cudgel me tliii fellow out laeopn said sail Jacopo at tended to the tnok an if he laved it The an cient attempted to draw his sword but it was littles mid a minute or two paler he was lung out into the courtyard beaten to n jellnn1 howling for mercy lit lay where he teas Hung too bruised to nor niyhickeyeject him I recogiiired Iiero Iuigi and felt that canto more stringent action thin had taken with Brim should bo adopted here TliH man is a thief said to the land herdand his friend little better Theo to the stock they go and now almost cic ittied the host nut a xiul have they IKtid me signore swear thio the ban tits Hi liuophie Giovanni A couple of stout knaves carne running in and the innkeciier trembling with anger end four cotubinetl yelled out Hind Ibis brigand and his companion se cutely keep than in the stables and to fardestaenjoyed my dinner ctiinfortably and on byIkande lyinghappily drunk The other was the nitnt whose bone must have arhetl sorely for he had been beaten soda r and was feeling the full tffeet of the cudgel and time roles Hn was laoaning terribly and being sorry for the wretch ass about to intcrn ofor him with the landlord when Jteoio interpool whisperedLet snake lie ignore he knows too much I let wisdom take its course and left thi ancient to his sorrows ITO nil C0STsUrDj- STONE KINGS Npnnlili liivrrrluii Arr Irlrlflcd I Their Coleus Iif n Iceullur 1Inmeru The kings of Spain ore petrified In their coftlni All the Spanish sever flgns for many years bare been buried In an octagonal chamber of the Races rial at Madrid Hut previous to the final sepulture each corpse has to be exposed naked save for a single sheet renewed from time to time on a marble slab In time podridero or rotting vat It Is said that the very air of this charnel house pea lUlU petrifying properties Three properties are enhanced or possibly produced by the action of drugs which corpsesfromtuted authorities examine the corpin from time to time to nee that the work of fertilization is progressing satisfac torily and to announce when It la com pletiel Then the ceremony of the translation of the relics Is observed with magnifi cent pomp It is averred that bodies to petrified do not always retain their stony consistence It Is whispered that ninny ot the sarcophagi contain only crumbled dust Hut It Is certain that two of the mightiest dwellers In this pantheon arc hard and firm as when they were tint pun into their lust rest Ing place The e are Charleit V the first eif Spain and hU son Philip II Charles V tiled In 1328 anti at tlc com pletion cf the Pantheon his body was transferred thither nut found to be un opllIt11byheckforeltime eccentric author of Vat hck and again In ISGjby the ministers of the revolution On the latter occa sion n drawing wow monde of It by a Spanish artist Martin 15cco It con firms In every point tin traditional de scription of the emperor broad In tin shoulders sleep In tie client very miucular In the arms and legs the fore heart broad the nose crooked und aqul prolrndingsofurcould not meet X Y Herald The Cutilif lVfllnic Wrrr Hurt A firstrate chef wns In the employ ment of Lord Scaford who iot living able to afford to keep time man pre vailed on the duke of Wellington to eii gage him Shortly after entering the sluices service the chef returned to hit former muster and begged him with tears In his eyes to take him back nt reduced wages or none at all Lord Sea ford asked Has the duke been finding fault 7 Ohno ho fa the kind eel nut most liberal of masters but I serve him a dinner that would Imvn made Uclo or Jrnncatelll burst with envy and he ray nothing go out and badlydressed mylordCornldll A riionrlln Iolnl A young lawyer was one day mnklni n plea beforcLord Itusscll It was lat In the afternoon the hour for adjourn mcnt was fast approaching and the young barrister anxious to finish be fore closing time was hurrying alonjl ns best he could Suddenly he spoke of interruptedhimsir he saldwtcrnly you forgctyour self That Is no way to address tide court The tyro was profuse in apolo glee and explainer that he only meant to refer to 2 queens bench division oi the law reports Hut the chief justice refused to be eppcnied Wliyl be VI EXPENSIVE WAR Ilitlinntrd the Sou t It Afrlcii ltoltbloIWill Cost KtiKliuitl SUOUOOOOOO rime heat nl lnil mnllli h Inlrnip- lltlntr KM lliurir s III time Simile Will llrdiiri llrlllnh IrU outer Itntinon London Dec 20 During the con tinued lull In the military operation In South Africa the papers lire tilled with letters nnd urtlclim crt tlcllltl the government and the cumpilKii nnd iieitliij remedies Improve inentH maid ulturntlons In the plans nnd tho like The TiniuH compliilim of Needless censorship anal voiieenlmiiit It cites the fuel that nothing him yet IrmiK Aired to shuts how Jen Iliitiuru tnuu to lose men ut Storintivri Thu illcpiitvhes from tho front till represent the lloert tin In iiervoun windl tlon nnd eoiiHtant dread of the llrltbdi luhunce but this In probably un ex nggermtt lUll Tho Moilder river coirenpondtiit of the Dally Chronicle given vxptmm tlon of n Huddun rllle lire Incxpllculily opcncd from the hoer tnnelm llo says The loom have wires stretched nlon the ground In front of thu trenuhcN raid Connected with lumps If u wire be touelunl n lamp ttx thiKubihed thus pIvliiK wnrnliiff Onu nlKlit a high wind extlugnlslud u lump which resulted III a fiilne warn lug This lire eenhoil when the loom discovered that till alarm tues false According to n illspwtili froth Lady small h tinted Wednewliiy Deeiinber to the hjat then wait InteiiM tntlng 101 degrees Fahrenheit In till shade There were marry eyries of enterlo for ver In the town at thut burn but not niiuugli to WHIM alanu On the uth ci bund reports trout Hoer sourcon on thr continent assert thnt typhoid fever Is epidemic In Uiilyimltli The Transvaal government accord Itll to Information supplied by Hoer vmpithi erii threnteim to 111111I the rntlotiN of HrltUli prisoner If Crcnt llrllaln stops thu entry of food by Dcla oa buy Time llrltlsli government now emir tunes n marked chntif from Its atti tulle In the early stages of the vvnr pail shows n UUpohltlon to accept as Mbtanco from tiny quarter Thu lm penal yeomanry wimmStteo has to sun n stiitrnieiil to till ofleet that the government consider the forum tlon and dl N4teh of ytxot0aryas one of the roust pres iiir needs of limo situation amid hiss Intiumteil thnt It In now prepared to neeepl front SOOO to 10000 yeomanry Instead of 4000 nn originally tikkwl for It N expected that the first contingent will sell about the middle of January The government hints announced tint It will accept time service of a Imttery from the Honorable Artillery tarps Whim these service were first offoreil they were declined on the ground lint the cures wan not nftUlntetl with tiny regiment of reguhim It will now be attncheil to the City lniH rlnl corps It Is now catlmntetl Hint the war will cost 00000000 300000000 ami It U KUggcsited that tho sinking fund of the national debt should IK tlUII smiled for the or MX years In order to defray the cost London Dec OIh Morning Iost tints received the following from Mr Wlniitoii Churchill under date of December art telegraphed fruit Ihlcvely Camp where he linn nrrlved All ranks here complete conlidcncj in till Itiilver huller and there In n stern determlnntlon to Mircrcsl nnxt time ot till costs A painful Imprcw h on wan Horsed by the annoiinccinciit of the change of coinmanderinchlef rod the Koldlcr here are resolved to iiillintr their trusted lender The hltimloii iievertheleM Is dlf ficult the Hoer position being one of ldghbond galleries rUIni from nn Almost iinfordable river nnd with n smooth plnln In front The enemy haves oil 11m ranges ipnrked and meaty powerful guns nominate the various polntH of till river while tho drifts are commanded by converging musketry lire from probably 1000 Doers There are 1J mills of wild broken country before leaching Lndysmlth which demands tfrly relief WliiHton ChurchlUH new arrival at rIlIlIllhlnInews conveys the Impreinlon that Hullcr may be Intending nnntlicr at tack upon the Hoer position Certainly the liners are nut Iniiotlve Iagehttheytheir forces nnd extending dofeiihu works which In hath cases are IccmyoIngly almost Impregnable Dispatches from unlovely Indlcnto thnt Gen HullerH forces will remobil lie ut Vrcro before nltemptliifr an other advance Doiibtlcm he would ho glad to retrieve the Colenno reverse before tin arrival of Lord Itobcrtx yet he Is hardly likely to attempt any likelythatthe Doers make nay offensive move went Not it Cntnlldnle for Henirellon Springfield ill1ec 29At limo gathering of Illinois republicans for their piinunl lovcfcnut a bombshell bythoner thut ho wan not u candidate for le election SnnlI Ilnmid Selected 29CommissionerGenermtl United States commission to the Paris appointed801lsn8 bnntl to ViI at tljiejcpojljlon 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 radIlJtlOIlthe i tint c lUjoiHl tiie Lps lie Italy btie attotiielieil her iirvreptrvM mid I mates liy these nil lin tic wonU lieleyemid i not eXIfft to Ml the nvrr on lire with my verygoodthelulUloshould1iocomaImndy threedozenuiringItanybodytomaoI OM the rntifh And will agree to rook goal dinners for him that wont tend him to wholeletrarer ham t been ad to cut broom wire when he wants to shave In view of nil this duet rote if do url a little the rule of tlitro and kmdrnl Hung rlllton ears go iJYChlllto Chronicle Vniunn In IIIDnrI tototllall1traillhalf ofa live dollar hill that he tail torn in twu lellirl the man that his wire had the usher half lId would sire it to hint at the uperlyItlokesi otherhalfremindinghimdrilar bill III two and rliholCoC it In pserver Somewhete along the lint there trawl lie a wild eyixl datUv with the halve of two werthlen lull in hu Isnerutn and workedItoUIutw tli1hollArgonaut the Iliird II mil lie ai he enterrla nttread ticket oifreI wpinite you sell tiekU U New York rtplyMon oIlrretlinervoii Me sir replied tile agent ai he vpcHnfa older NrwYtnkOf eMMt rliInIi Yes Mr redrewNewVwaCat Miyel lilt Mll IIC10 ICflhealltrr agent Mh with Ike shortest and roost di i ret Iaf if fed liar aiHona the tu111 lkk t over his roMIlu Stale Jour nil tnitlilr lit rriiiniiinrr II The neiRkliert nt a certain wellknown MItI Irish family say that the Rno1 housewife and her lurtl tamer kiHiw whet ilameMtc siestas u escrpt when the oW iikin c wi home riiiu Ilien there ladybistrntly trki Inc a sere IICftIlJI to Motkt In quit il Ilir storm acronling to tae tor eve gmw11 less vioent of late ere and bur lINt molter Ike tiay 1011 Alwke air tot of such fniiicnt rcur thayk Itmet Mif eke aid yele ncvmln home an ldbet 11y nay U nry I1Ia1lil roil t01ttwnc my wllu3JrilIADnoW yet r An illnanUlier Thump tromp tattle nitllr crash Y bung ferry lonrhrtike ui4lnl down the UoJdbullhrolljIIIItItiRr tunesfretsIultiiiR out the light of your 1Ifan cavradropphirAmcrtam Alter all Ihi qiitflinti which difturln men met Is how lu earn note and work ICM Alclitaon Jlobf Self In the corner stone of all tUt5ir Join llertchel Tniil that IIMU in who has not a conscience in rrctihugSlrrnc L = Captain Gridleys Mother rro perlif liar 000- bldicatidnscverywherejoint to groat pro or coming yeai Jiii is an variable sign of lioalthv nature The sue ofa country ni well ne the m reisof nn dtJlCIIctUpOIl balh There tan he nn if the ctomarh it weak If you have ftntn cli trouble ri Mould lees Stomach Hitters which ctirbi sin Indigestion and biliournrtt It make 4rong vigorous men and women Hid Card A commercial traveler on his trip called upon a well kminwn chcmlit He was new nnllhanllNII represent that concern said the young man ehrmilifhlsaid I think sr ilr ami the chemiit who trades thefinrtI shouldnt hive thought it slowly re sponded the man of rom plexion looks natural And he handed hack the which mistakeIleany farewell remarks Condon TitKits HoiTa Tlilr- Ve offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cue of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Lure R J Cheney 4 Co 1rops Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all usineas transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bflhtir firm- Wut 4 Truax Druggists Toledo O WholllleUrllifiilllacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75e per hot tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free halls Family 1ills are the best Tie Inriiirr Scored atMllihallDont you want to hUla bicycle to nde around your funs on elKa1 noW Can give you one fur 35 uidtheCoollaboowOh milkingafUII Irr VcrU- Uc pay ro per week and expenses for man wills rig lu introtlure our Ioultr Mixture CoIarsomillrr Mndeit Hint lie Were you ever caught beneath tit- niiel letter SLe IVrhaps ynu liadlxllernimearound whoIasallnlilr Will Not I n null When notions drug are them for Croup IM Poltln anti llronchilis Hox fUJI Cure to the best eta The who gives n note Is allowed thud 1lInn Rrnrr after that how many of diigmre we and trot in a position lo state Ihikdulphia Times The llrl Irrrrliilliill for Clilll aisl Vvcr H a Iwttto of Omivr T jTrir s riiiuINtsir ltn almplyIron ulnindlo ttasielnas form Nocmtj no pay Prhcro Why iim Colt introduce an automobile in lie Uit liric ciiinrdy lie was tired of tearing tIrritirot artuse him of lion playJevclatml Plain Dealer T cC1 jela tokolaxattvnilrmmnQuininoTablets 25c All An old Iwdielor mys that some women are horn ruollh sine achieve foll1and the tell starry fool rhicsgn The queen Jt 7rerent 21 Laura lo New Orleans The Queer Crescent u the shortest line South IN rlwracler what it will It will he Vnown andtiHibody will lake it upon yout ord Chester li eld IIWith package nit PUTNAM KAUKIESS solute either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Slid by all druggist Women when rorncrnl ro sad thin gain tithe in which to think upa new excuse Atchison Qlobc praluIlnlrsIikua Tootlmcho Drop Cure in one minute II It only when she is poor and homely that a girl run be urn the titan vhocons her is really In love Chicago Diipatc- hIiioa Cure is the medicine to break up childrens Coughs and Colds Mrs M lllunt Sprague Wath March 8I1 PUlI= u Restored by Peruna DEWEYS FLAM sun OLYMTIACVlTAIN UKIDLKY COJOIAXDEH Mrs GrIdley mother of Captain Grldley ivho was in command af Dctucys flag ship at the destruction of the Spanish fleet at Manilla says ofour remedy Pcntna At the fdllcltatlon of a friend l used Peruna andean truthfully say it Is a grand tonic and is a womans friend and should be used in every household After using it for a short period lice like a new person Ann E fey Nearly nil our ills mire due to catarrh We are liable to have catarrh of the bend caturrh of the throat catarrh of the lunge ttamacti UMnoys bladder anti pelvic orcan IVruni cures catarrh wljcrtfvcr 1VCatedtlddte4s Cf Uartoan Columbus Ohio for free booli A THE SUNDAY SCHOOL- Isatnn III tree Inlernntlnnnl Merles for Jnnunry 7 ItllMl Tlir Illrlli ol- ChrUIluke Killl fJOIDKN TKXTThou shnlt call Ills name Joiun for Ho shot save Ills people from their IlnMoll 121 TUB MCSSON TEXT Anti Joseph olio wont up from Galilee out of the city of Nazareth Into Judae a unto Iho city of David which Is called ll lhlohcm because ho was of tho liouso sad llnoaRo of David r To le laxtxl with Mary his espoused wife belrz great with child 6 And so It was thai while they were there Iho days were accomplished that she should be delivered And the brought forth lier n rut born son and she wrapped him In swaddling clothes and laid him In a manger because there was no room for them In the Inn I And there were In the same country shepherd abiding In tho fled keeping watch over their Hock by night 9 And lo the angel of I ord came upon then and the glory of the Lord shone round about them and they were soro afraid And Iho angel said unto them Near not for behqld I bring you good tidings of treat joy which shall bo to all people II For unto you Is horn this day In the City of David a Saviour which Is Christ the Ionl And this shall be a sign unto you Ye shall nnd tho tube wrapped In swaddling clothes lying In a manger It And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude 01 tee heavenly host praising God and saying II Glory bo to God In the highest and on earth peace stood will toward men NOTES AND SUGGESTIONS While the lesson topic is Hie Illrth of Jesus the study should Include the Gospel narrative of nil prior to lint event The Scriptures to be stud led will include the following Cos pel Introductions Murk 11 Luke Isll John 1118 Kcnenlogleii of Chrlut Matt 1117 Luke a 233S annunciation to nclmrlas Luke 15 S5 annunciation to lnrIIIe 12C 3S visit of Mary to Klizabcth Luke 13950 unnunciutlon to Joseph Matt lJ8i birth of John the IJnptlst Luke 15760 birth of JtIIIIIIue 2120It be noted that the facts given with their references nre In direct chronological order and It will be n great help In studying the life of Chrlft to follow It in that way In fact that ls the manner In which the lessons are napped out by the later national committee fur the next 18 months Gospel Introductions Concerning tIle Introductions to the Gospels note the terse brevity of Murk the careful preface of Luke nnd the sublime set ting forth by John of the divinity of Christ The Genealogies Relative to the genealogies observe that both aim to show that Jesus clime of tic royal line of Dnvld as the prophets hall tlcclircO that the Messiah should do but slat then traces the descent down front Abraham through David tp Joseph while Luke runs the lino back front Mary through David to Adam In Luke however Marys name Is not mentioned limit tho enumeration In Luko Begins with the statement that Jesus was the ion as Will supposed of Joseph the son descendant of lieu the Intention evidently being tq remove tile false Impre s lnn that Joseph was his father And his cor responds with the statement in the Talmud that Mary the mother of Jesus was the daughter of licit The Annunciations nolinrlns the priest to whom the nnnnnilatlon of Johns birth wits made belonged to tho eighth In order of the 24 courses Into which the priests were divided Each course served only twice during the yebr nnd no ono was permitted to offer Incense tho second time until each one In his course had hall hit turn It was probably then the first tlmo that Xneharias had fulfilled title holy service The object In relating the annuncia duns Is to show as the Apostles Creed line It that Jesus Christ Hods only Son wus conceived by the Holy Gliokt born of the Virgin Mary The annunciation to Xachnrlns declared the mission of John the Baptist that to Mary announced the nature the name and the iiiltsion of Jesus that to Joseph declared the divine conception of lariat Ills name nnd His mission Time Thanksgiving Notice the In spired tlmnknglving of Mary Luke 14025 anti of aeharlas Luke 167 the first known as the Magnificat nnd the other the toned let us frown the first words of each In the old Latin version The Incarnation The great tele scope of our day are to made tint the observer does tint look through the tube directly at n star but studies the reflection of the star in n small mir ror This device has made possible the great enlargement of the idle cope nail thus revealed n wealth of Information Inaccessible to feebler in struments The ancient philosophers and sugesougltt for God much ns tho old astronomers scanned the heavens with their little tubes They discos ered much that wns valuable but nt till host their results were dint nnd uncertain limit In the incarnation wo have time express Image of the IV thcr reflected In n human life Hero we may ditccrn anti study nU Ills at tributes Jso mon can look directly nt the sun noon could gaze upon the un veiled gloryof God nut thctigh no man hath seen God at any Uaie yet the only begotten Son who Is In the bosom of time Father lie hath declared Him John ISdnptetl from Henry Vnn Dyke PRACTICAL In comltjg to the world as n babe time Son of God became man one with us Jesus Is our Elder Brother In becoming man the Son of God became subject to our temptations to that lie can succor the tempted In becoming ninn the Son nf God thawed now great Is the divine love for us It was love that sought our love Tbe sty shadow steals away upon the dial nnd the quickest rye pun discover co mOTe but that It li fonc UlflrtvHle CALENDAR FOR 19001 lAMfAUV IVi ale TwTFiB B TViTB 1 I 1211 J I I r 6 7 7 b 91011 8 loll iilth1- lilt 16171K IIW 11G 1718192021 212221121252627 2125 2L 2918031 27128 FKiimrutY t110tST 11 28i12344 7 8 910 f 67 8 01011 121314181f171S llillli10t1lj2IT22321 10 20 21 22 2321 25 0 31 ITTTI lunCII KIMTKMIIEIl 718I118 lJ2J21 22232I 1017 18i9202122 2iil2C 2820rITtIlln OCTOIIKIt 12JY 7 1213 hria 11101112131b22 23 21 25 20 27 28 21 22 23l2ll252C27 20 ai i2820w3i 1 MtY NOVIMItlU 234 51 i2S8 9 10 141IIGi171819111iI213IIII 1C 17 27121fli 31131125I27I2KI29i801 JUSI icKtiuiu 111111I17 ICjl 181920J2122 21 23 J4JS526 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Cuitinurd from tail Vttt- I had now lived some time with old Miller std 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 hadcrossed tho Mississippi never to return Strangers kept pouring into the country clearing away tho forests and building in nil directions TIll hunters begun to grow restive Jemmy 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 seine manner This set mo thinking but the more I thought tho more I was perplexed When 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 thought and debat ing with myself Shall I go withI Johnny Keil and his company or shall I remain here If I remain here there there will soon be nothing lea to hunt But am I to be u hunt er nil my life Have not Isome thing more in mo than tu lw carrying a rifle on my shoulder stay after day and dodging about after bears and deer and other bruto boasts t My vanity told me I had and I called to mind my boyish boast to my sister that I would never return homo until returned n momborof Congress from Kentucky but was this the way to fit myself for such a station At length I determined on becom ing a lawyer But how was I to set about itT I must quit this forest life and go to ono or other of tho towns where I might be able to study and to attend the courts This too required funds I examined into the state of my finances Tho punso giv en me by my father had remained uutoiichwl in tho bottom in tho bottom of an old chest up in tho loft for money was scarcely needed in these parts I had bargained away the skins acquired in hunting fora horse and various other smatters on which in case of need I could raise funds therefore thought could make shrift to maintain myself until I was fitted for tho bar- I informed my worthy host and patron old Miller of my plan Ho shook his head ut my turning my back upon the woods whet I was iu a fair way of making a tirstrato hun ter but he made no effort to disuado me 1 accordingly set off in Septem her on horseback I put up ouo night at Burdstown und found ou in quiry that I could get comfortable want and accommodation in a pri vate family for one dollar and u htdf a week llilwd tho place und resolv ed to look no further I had taken my breakfast and was pacing up and down the piuzzu and saw a young girl seated near u win dow evidently a visitor She was very pretty with auburn hair and blue eyes and was dressed in white Never was poor youth more taken by surprise and suddenly bewitchedS My heart yearned to kilo how was 1 to accost her 1 had grown wild in the woods and had none of the habitudes of polite life myboud1 would kiss hurl it would take u long acquaintance to arrive at such a boon but I might seize upon it by sheer robbery Nobody know mo J here I would snatch a kiss mount my horso and ride oil She would not bo the worst for itj und that kissohl I should the if 1 did not get ill I gave no timo for the thought to cool but entered the house amid step ped lightly into tilt room She was seated with her back to tho door looking out ut time window und did not hear my approach 1 tapped her chair and us she turned und Jookedr up I snatched as sweet a kiss as ever was stolen und vanished in u twink ling 1 he next moment I Was on horseback galloping homeward my very ears tingling ut what I hail done Ou my return homo I sold my f horse and turning every thing to cash foundwith tho remains of time paternal purse that I hud nearly four nun dred dolluraa little capital which I resolved to mauago with the strictest economyIt hard porting with old Miller who had been like u father tome it cost me too something ofu struggle to give up the free iiulopcn dant wildwood life I hud hitherto led but I had marked out my course Bud havo never be sn ono to flinch or turn back I footed it sturdily to Bardstown took possession of the quarters for which I shut myself UDj and sot to work withmight and main to study But what u tusk I hid before met I had everything to to learn not merely law but all IheI elementary bruacbee of nowledge To be continued r A h The Counties Madison County DreyfusT- he following note were Intender for publl cation In the Ifsue of December 27 but were tuluent and nrrlred too late to are given thli week Scott Harp was hero from Loxing recentlyMrs of Speedwell tins ro tunred to her homo alter a visit hero with her sister Newton Jones of Union City was delightfully entertained Sunday by Miss Anna Ogg at her homo John Riddoll anti fatally will cave shortly for Washington where they will make their future home Tho trial of K D Lakes which was hold in tho United States court nt Covington recently ended in a compromise of 203- ItlcllllHUul Tho marriage of Mr Buford Bates to Miss Susio Doatherago daughter- of Mr and Mrs Geo Deathorago was solemnized in tho Baptist church Thursday evening Rev Francis offi ciating Rev Jno II Brooks pastor of the colored Christian church tendered his resignation Sunday evening Doc 23rd and left for Cailisle his home Dec 29th Rev Brooks had made many friends hero who will regret his departureTho of Mr John Miller Tuesday afternoon cast a gloom over thin whole town that sobered Christ Inns jollification hero Tho funeral services Thursday afternoon were touching Revs Broaddus Francis aud Smothers officiated Richmond has hudIL largo number of visitors the past week notably we mention Irof Gnrvin sad wife of Winchester and Miss Moore laughter of Rev Moore of Lexington guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Turner Miss Mary E Toliver of Mt Sterling guest of Julia Chounult und Miss Susio B Titus of Bereu guest of Miss Maggie Broaddus Clay County Oncdla- Bnllskin Creek is booming Parents hero are preparing their children for school Ely Bowling was shot and killed by his cousin December 21 Bargor and York Intro purchased S2000 furmut Brutus A H Burns hus purchased S1COO worth of land near the college prop erty Corn is worth CO cents n bushel in Clay county now Logging men Imvo deserted their camps now for a while on account of tIe cold weather Rev Green Burns preached in Milltown December 21 Bright Shade fut wreki corn pondrnce from lirlcht Shade wumlvicnt mil arrived too late for publication Rev Wm Cottengin wus hero last week W M Smith went to Pinovillo Sun dayW D Swafford and Louiso Smith wore married Sunday Noah Smith visited friends in Knox and Sunday Mr Marsh and Clark Smith spent Christuu on Martins Creek Peter Gray and wife of Knox coun ty are spending u few days here Wm Mills mind wife spout Christmas with their brotherinlaw Time bad custom of whiskey drinking was again observed last ClJrihtI IIIUSIGrace John M Fields baby died last weekJohn Spivoy is very sink from a wound James Bongos barn was burned recently Tint mm of this place are very busy killing hogs Emily Fields died of pneumonia fever Monday night Wm II Murray received a now stock i if clothing recently Hirutu hurl of Radars Creek wus here Thursday visiting relatives T G Alton passed through here last week on his way to Manchester to secure marriage license J D Ray and his mother passed through hero Monday going Iowa on Sexton to tako their Christmas Miss Juno Smith and brother William have returned home after a long visit with relatives and friends in Leslie county The men of Burning Springs are busy taking lumber through hero to the plaining mill They are prepar ing tp entertain the pupils this winter Samuel Philpot of Gooso Creek shot and killed Ned Rogers of this place Friday night The cause of tho trouble is unknown They were thought to bo perfect friends Phil pot fired four shots two of tho bulls passed through Rogers head aud two through his chest Philpot was arrested and put under a guard On hearing there was an eye witness of the crime ho look a Winchester from ono of the guards and walked off It is supposed that ho has gone to join tho arm- yJackson County Drip Rock Born to tho wifo of Vergil Cox n four pound boy Also twin girls havo como to bless tho house of John Reynolds John says there is one too many Names will bo Taylor and Goebcl Tho ono crying tho most Grebe Christmas has passed so quietly here we hardly realized that it was ChristmasII Fowler nnd S R Ballard will go into tho stave business soon It is feared that S S Sparks must suffer amputation While n young man ho reeeivrda cut below the knee which was awkwardly bound and he hits never gotten well Ho is about sixty years old Mrs Hannah Sparks has had fever und is recovering John Williams and John D Alcorn are preparing to go to Middlesboro A Letter from Rile Ivo been a readiu Silas Suing Icses letters iu the CITIZEN nn 1 thought Id givo you n few o my no inns ttO Silo knows l from a broomstick he does I wish mo n hint could meet up Ill bet my bottom dollar we wouldnt disnguo bout hot liu Ibis letter bout Pal Williams an that piece o timber land makes mo think o somwo my neighbors here on PowderHorn Take Ike Guius for n sample He hadnt inoru gut his corn get hefltl till ho took a notion 10 go into the stttve business I met hint ono day an he says How ro ye RiM Sayhowd ye like to git into a stavemaking jobwi me Druther mako money I said Make both Jeff Mills says hell giutu15 u thousand staves deliver dyodayNow look lien Isaid that wont pay Ike Hits fifteen miles to tho rnil road an Jolt cant haul many that fur over muddy roads Dont cans so ho takes minot Ive got pletity o good onk at aint m pay in me n cent Tho staves have to ho fortyfour inches long dont they Yeah at SIB a thousand Too much sugar for a dime Ike j you cant muko your boards cloth es I druther let my timber stand Shucks Kill youre just a der olin youll want to jiuu wi mo when git to pilin up money slick as a button Experience is it dear school but try it if you want to Ike pitched in au cut his best oak nu worked about a month includiti time hitulin do soul 203J staves for S2i About JJOOO staves an a fine lot o timber is left on his Imns or part of hit for he burnt some for firewood rayon the cxppriencH partly paid him for his trouble Iko dont name hit to me Yours Verushusly RILEV RUOOLES e Until s Die NoticeSubscribers l toiTHE CITIZEN may ralso i Tie To edo EMe Th Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year AU for 1 00 a year I Dcnt Miss It Come at Once- AllI subscriptions must come I through Tun CITIZEN I NtN III wouldnt ba without DeWitts Witch hazel Salvo for any considera tion writes Thomas B Rhodes Coutcrflold 0 Infallible for piles cuts burns and skin diseases Be ware of counterfeits S E Welch Jr SPECIAL DEPARTM NTSITHE HOME EJIted by MRS KATE K ItTNix teacher In llcrvn College SKKMONS IN AlI WWOUDM BT DW10HT L MOODY If things do not always suit you dont complain just pray God would hush livery harp in heaven to hear a siuuor pray Lot us not go about hanging our heads like a bulrush if Christ gives us joy hit us live it If n man lack salvation ho lackoth everythingIt for you to go to heaven from sonic poor house than to go to hell in a gilded ono Do not go where you cannot take God with you There is no luxury liko working for the Lord There aro two bidders for your soul It is for you to decide which shall have it Satan often you what he cannot give ho is u liar nod has Leon from the foundation of tho world I pity the man who lives on tho devils promise Go and speak to your neighbor and tell him of Christ and heaven Trouble develops love The law has never saved a single man since tho world began What is the use of keeping poor peoples bodies u little longer out of theirIPaul rover would have been invited to u charity hull and ho was so peculiar that he never would have attended a theater exetpt to preach tho gashed There is not a man among us whom you coulu hire to have u photograph taken of his heart When I rend the life of Paul I am ashamed of tho Christianity of time present tiny Train that boy of yours for eternity God may use him to turn and tens of thousands to tllOUIIUlld1l11 There is no man whoso iI1Yousmallpox must rid himself of it before he goes to minister to others If not Christ liko in your homo tho less you say uliout Christ the better Ono of tIll greatest lies that ever camo out of tho pit of hell is that Christ is a hunt toaster Thero is no our who goes to church as rrgula ly as Satan Ho is always there before tho minister and tho lust our to leave tho church- A littlo boy Wisher to help his fa ther carry Looks to his library Time littlo fellow took hold ofa big hook and the father seeing him on the stairs exhausted and unable to go further took Iho boyamid tho book his arms So Christ will carry illI and our burdens loo A soldier lay dying on his couch luring our recent war and they hearth him say hero They asked him what he wanted nnd ho put uphill hand and said Hush they are calling tho roll in heaven and I nrn answering to my name and present ly ho whispered Here amid was gone A RIIANRK KOI- lIVIUVIIODY THE SCHOOL r Edited by MRA IL Dean of Iho Normal l eMtrtment llcrra College The boys mind girls who ore out of school have many things to do this cold weuthor but I am sure that nil of you could do ono thing more if you think about it In Germany thoy have a very prot jty custom of setting a table for tho birds in winter We have n great many kinds of birds that do not go any farther South for their vacation but take it with us in Kentucky It woulil ho n most interesting bit of occupation fur every family this winter to put out u long bound in some rather sheltered place not right against tho houso nnd on it put crumbs corn cracked uuln or any scraps from tho table Put the Ixmrd high enough so that theIbinlhow ninny kinds visit you regularly Keep u list of their names ant you will bo surprised at tho variety If you do not know tho name of n bird at least look at him closely enough to ho able to describe him Start n bird hook and iu it writs every thing that you can about tho minters of your visitors ns well as about their size and dress You know somme of the family traits nlrendy What do you expect of Mr Blue Jay I What do you think of tho probable Ixlmvior of Madam Wood pecker with her red cap Havo you lituul the story that the Indians tell aloud lima way III which tho woodpecker came to have a rid head Longfellow tolls it in the Hiuwuthu Then tho people of till Northland love n very queer story about the same thing 1111Inot III1T How many killllof Rcdhirds do oreIltllllllloulstay or Cardinal with his tufted lend Iwiwh that every boy and girl in tho State might have a real live in terest in our feathered friends mini I shall bo very much pleased to have some short letters about tho hinds put into the school column Tell how many kinds you see on your II table at once how many kinds you have visit you in ono week how they behave and any other points of intcrist- Tho children in Germany are taught to lovo time birds nod to reujnct their rights iu a way that would surprise soma or us There Is a law that no hoIno moro thinkof robbing a nest or of throwing stones ut a bird than they would think of flying to the moon When1 too cats mini in little furor being little kept in most homes of Gernmunvbeause tho cat is au enemy to birdlifeBegin once to give tho births of Kentucky a hnjpy New Year THE FARM Muted by 8 C MAMH 1rofciwor ot Horti culture Deer College Cow pens for Forage There is no forego plant bettor ndnptcd to tho needs and conditions of Southern agriculture than this rank freegrowing annual It will thrive luxuriantly u oii tho rich swampy canu lauds of Louisiana On the dri est and mast sterile wornout uplands it serves tho admirable purpose of supplying ti larger quantity and bet ter quality of forage than tiny other bean or clover And whenever n crop of cowicas hums boon taken oft n noM the surface soil is left richer by n good many pounds of that most costly of all plant foods nitrogen Tho root of the cowpea enter deeply into the soil owning mud loosening it fur down for thu benefit of tho roots of Iho succeeding crops of corn cotton und tobacco It huts bwen found by experiment that the fertilizing value of time roots anil stubble of tho cowpen mire very considerable but not as great as that of the hay removed from tho field The host und most economical use of this forago crop is then to cut for hay feed to stuck anti return tins stable manure to this soil Plowing Iho whole crop under is less rennin eralivo because there in much nml less waste of tho muscle making and Grit forming constituents of till plant which would bring more profit if turned into beef pork wool cheese or butter cropt1ltflTIll fitding value of vines and peas much rxctvds their fertilizing value But as Ixtwifii the prnctloonf turn lug Ihe vines under guru in nutuinn aid thud of allowing them to lie on the ground during the winter thu litter is undoubt dly romutimes to bo preferred t ough theoretically wrong Theoretically to plow tho vinos under in nultimu will bo to save all tho available nitrogen and convert tho 1niclieallyhis iimountof watery green herbiigo is rapiddecaytouring of thoil Tho npjier moil layers freshly stirred md mellowed in autumn lose more by leaching amt washing than they do in au tin plowed field covered by its winter mulch of decaying herbage though in both canes hero is a decided loss of fertil ity over what would result by follow Ing the pear with a crop of rye winter wheat time turf forming winter outs wirier volch or ciimsoa clover Tho yields of forage RIO hotter on rich t t sols then ou poor ours but Iho bene ficial effects upon tho succeeding crop title to tho growth of this ono are not so marked in this former case ns in too latter I hind dyshicssin fiftyseven yenni und never found ermaiit relief till I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Now I am well aunt feel like a now mOil writes S1 Flcmming Murray Nob It is time last digcstntit known Cures all forms of indigestions Physicians everywhere prescribo it S E Welch Jr I r ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN 3EREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE YOVNlmnIOver 20 teachers TOO students train HO stales Host Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT siiiiicioiitly advanced to got a teachers cortiHuato I Trado Schools Carpentry Homework two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho advanced courses For those Hiiiliulently advanced to n teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry city two years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking otctwo years V Normal Course for teachers threw years with practice rnching VI Academy Course four years fitting for for business and for lifo For those more advanced j VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departnlsnts VIII MUllioHocd Oran Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX heron General Hospital Two in tho care of tho sick Bcrea places thn best education in reach of all It is not a monoymalting inalituliou Its instruction in a rfrets gift It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves Bud charges u small incidental foe to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction Students must also pay for thoir board Expenses for term 12 weeks may be within loll about half of which must be Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of nil denothinatioua Fur information orfrtrndlii advice address the Vicrlrttidenl OEO T FAIIICIIILI LL D Berea Madison Co Kjr r