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ITODAY I Circulation 1000 Devoted totlie Interests of the Home School and Farm BOc I VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900 NO THE FIIITUU unit MANAOKIt rtbItieIt the oRUe o- tTHI CITIJN uoreu KyR- ntertd at tlte rottojflrt at lima Iff at ufoiut ctoti matliiMtter IDEAS No help can taku the place of soil help Without difficulties greatness is impossible Truo manhood novor loio anything hllIInlcOmpotitioll Tho cluck helped out of its 1n1 never lives to ont old corn Experience is a dear teacher but her diploma means ttomolhing What character is today depends on what it dill with yesterday Whatever is dono that takes effort to do helps to make tho man Advonity has done mow for people than tho university ha others Jtams Horn The Wide World Tho indications are that the Brit ish iu A rica will noon make a dolor mined attempt to relieve Ladysmitli and Kimborly Though all is quiet at present largo operations lira ox pootod soon nt Colesbtirg fluId Col etiito No change in the situation a present Mountod iralicu havo been with drawn from Northwest Canada to servo iu South Africa and an uprising of Indians is feared The French warship stationed fl t Shanghai roceutlysoiitd two Chi neso gunboats and shelled twenty villages nearby Thw insurgents in Luzon aro re treating boforo tho American forces President Krugor of tho Boors ha ordered all Uoera to the front Our CountryT- he Bic 0 Railroad expects to ppond 2r OD30X for improvements during tho next three years Tho B t 0 SWrnilroul will spend a million or no tho present year in needed improvements Investments by tho Goulds iu Southern cotton property has helped businris The United Mine Workers of Amer ion hind representatives from eighteen states at a convention hold at Indian apolis thin wook Tho Urgent Deficiency bill is before tho National House It calls for M1273tl to bu used in military and naval expenditures A tailors comblun is the latest It intends to control all custom tailoring STATE NEWS Contests for state office liars bgun Tho contest over tho governorship began Monday at Frankfort Other contests scheduled will follow John II Whalleu and Chas II Ry an wero iu liotod by tho grand jury for attempting to bribe Senator liar rel Trial set for Jan 25 Numbers of mountaineers aro Jroll out Frankfort in largo numbers They declare that Taylor wilt not bo imsuatcd Several havo been re cently fined in police court for carry lug concealedvoaIons Tho roport of trado for the past year indicate that all previous roe ords wore broken At Louisville men aro endeavoring to enlist to fight the English in South Africa A majority are Irish County News E B Larmor of Terrill hits sold his farm to G W Hallow and will move to Missouri Tho Richmond Electric Light Cop has asked to havo tin recently up point receiver removed and affairs put in the hands of tho old ollicors Madison County Circuit Court con vened Monday with n largo docket Daniel Jackson of Big Hill was tried for lunacy Thursday nUll soul to tho asylum by Judge Miller novo LI1 Reynolds has boon call ed to preach at Speedwell Sheopkilliug logS are at work in tho Silver Crook locality riTHE CITIZEN JillI CITIZENT PERSONAL Postmaster hart visited Richmond Monday W C Warner wont to Conway last Thursday T 1 Coylo County Judge of Jack boll was in town last wcok William of Gum Sulphur was In IScrea Wednesday- S E Welch Jr went to Louisville Saturday on a bumncHs trip Mrs Frank Coylo wont to Wildie Friday to visit her parontH Mrs Coddington nUll daughter of Scaffold Cane arrived in town yes tenlay Rev J Q Parsons returned Tunis day from a brief visit with his family at AthiMiH Fuyettc Co Dr Lt Davis recently rockedan appoiiitmont an a member of the county of health James W VanWiukle returned Thursday from a visit with friends and relatives ut Elwood anti Leisure hid Prof Juo It LodwKk who assist ed In tilt recent Ilarmonia concert YOllnglilOlvlI1Ubio was Knob yesterday and denies the rooI Pert that ho is going to move to TOil Mason Jones of Boyle county spent Friday night hero with Her M K Pasco on his way to his 1IJ1Iintl inent at Combs this county W S Young went to Richmond Sunday night expecting to asstimi tim management of the Xiniincr Hotel recently bought by a Clay county man fromta s and relatives in Mt Vernon O Mrs Nixon did not whim hill will make a somewhat longer visit Ig P Fairchild and OC huh loft Friilay for Cumberland Gap Tenn After a jthort visit HUTU Mr Fairchild went to New York city and Mr Hall to his homo in Dundee HI Itov M K Pasco went to Sunday morning where ho conducts a series of revival meetings assisting the puMor Her Mason Jones Ho expects to bo gomi two weeks IIW D Smith loft Wednesday for Owsloy county where ho represents the CITIZEV ilo will work lor suit scribers distribute literature and iu other ways boom us in that section Mr Smith will probably bo gono a IImonth IOCALS horse for sale CITIZEN office Wax paper at the printingofiicc Paper napkins at printingolHce Legal Blanks at tho print ingollico Order your blank books at tho priutingoflice Canl boards and blotters at tho printtngoflico For sulo two bicycles at SOlO and fl2nl CITIZEN olliee- Ilomomado scratch pads at tho Printingoflieo Best pad in town James Dalton moved his family back to Scaffold Cano Wednesday Invitation cards and envelopes at tho printingolHco Bordered very latest extra flue SutunlnyIe ho has been buying cattle Meetings at tho Second Church conducted by Elder Hawkins are attracting largo audiences and consid erable interest is being shown Folded State Houd Noto on which is a pon sketch of Narrow Gap stamped in green is nil tho go now Envelopes to match At tho printing office Walter Bogie reports tho loss of a aWIIly ing same will please report it to tho CITIZBV olliee- Tho January torah of Madison cir cult court convened Monday The docket consists of tho following cases Ordinary equity 5lj equity appear nncQS G old equity J7l nlldIlight anti heavy weights rough nat I smooth surfaces extra tine goods nt low prices God Bless the Paper Trusts The paper that wo offered last week at 110 cents for 500 sheets Sxl J anti ruled wo must now sell at JO coats It Is still a liargnin Dont lot it rise on you again It will never bo as cheap uuy more Wo still have a tow odd envelopes that wo are selling at 30 cents for COO Think of itl cents a bunch At tho printiugollico v A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish M- adeOIADTIIING I TK rer p rc to cloth you with the Lowestpriced rUhly mmlc Mwjlulcljr allwool ClothltiK In Ainrrli nightly m lo U It It of Jamoun Vital llraml the only ljlowr ar Cluthlllg Tailored cii a trictlr lemlflc taI3 In clean well vcntllnU workrooms Perfect fitting ant wrirnI tliiK beomw the Inslle the Vltnl the very life of the garment li oinfulnesi III making represents the ex Kmllture of time and thought and it a ilcciJcil contrast to the tailoring seen la onlln ry nmily lowetr Clothing The frbrln that we show are the very newest designs that will be KCII thli ttnnm Hiny confined csetnslvely to n In the face of the aboVe tacO The moot extraordinary feature combining our great offer It that we ran ami do sell our Clothing ate LESS MONEY Than citewhere How ran we aflbnl to sell surh highgrade Clothing lor Ic money than elsewhere Our nlwer ii pure ami lmple Our Is a modern tore contracted Mildly Oil progressive plmis our Clothing Is suit on the smallest margin of profit diprndinK on a large volume or liiislnesi The more Clothing we sell the greater our purchMiiiK power the lower our price that t the story In a nul h- v1lCOVINQTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY The first Baptist Church of Boron 1mot Jan 7 WOO for their regular church business meeting anti elected tho following ollicers for the year WOO Pastor Itov Broaddus Hec Sec II Willis Financial Sec C H Blytho Treasurer Monroe Ballard Janitor J A West Tho collection taken during day and night cessions amounted to S1203 Mr and Mrs Cundee assisted by Mrs Yocum entertained number of their friends last Saturday night Ire IIIix until nine Rofrosthiiuiits were served and tho time spent III telling stories and jokes Tho evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all tho guests who were Messrs E A Chapin E W Todd J O Chapin M L Spink J M Racer II Klima II II Johns ton and T G Pasco Tho next entertainment on the Ly ceum course will by given next Tues day night Jan 23 by James W Rain of Dayton 0 The subject is Lights and Shadows of American Life and tho entertainment will con slut of miscellaneous readings and recitations including readings iu the Scottish dialect of which Mr Rain is a master The evening promises to bo one of enjoyment and profit Tuesday night Jan 9 Ilarmonia Society rendered iu at excellent manner tho sacred music Daniel under th direction of Prof Win Lodwick The Society was assisted by Prof J B Lodwick of Youngstown 0 who appeared as Daniel Miss Carrie Woods as tho Queen Mr C A King as the King and various members of tho society appearing in several other parta The music was well rendered A German Club has been recently formed hero and has haul its second successful meeting Tho club moots every Saturday night and is com posed of the following members Mrs Yoctim Misses Miller Stokes Booth MtwHrs E A Chapin J C Chapin Sutton Klima One of the lady mem hers hastens to add that there is per feet harmony at all meetings iu spito of tho object of tho club and the com position of its membership Miss Schwesinger is instructor In pulmonary trouble tho tHree tion of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR upon tho throat chest and lungs immediately arrests tho malady by relieving the distress cutting tho phlegm and freeing vocal and breathing organs Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr The infant child of Mr and Mrs John F Coylo tiled Saturday Persons who lead n life of expos urn are subject to rheumatism non ralgia and lumbago will find a valu able remedy in BALLAHDS SNOW LINIMENT it will banish pains and subdue inllamation Price 25 and 50 cents S E Welch Jr Madison County Itiuliniond Mr George Miller one of our city teachers is on the sick list Pneumo ala ueems to be his trouble Dogs with their moutlu tied up aro very much In evidence about town In those latter days Mad dog scare tho cause I Thirtynine mountain men passed through hors Friday on their way to Frankfort to see that the Legislature counted their votes They were a jol ly quiet sot of fellows This week we have been observing tho Week of Prayer all churches unit lug Tho principle business houses closed their doors from 1 to 5 P M Another triumph for Christ Mr J D M Russel brother Prof Russet of Lexington has moved to town to live in his beautiful residence on East Main St which ho purchased just before the Holidays At a rocent meeting of tho City Council an ordinance was parsed com pelling all business houses to close up at 830 Sunday mornings Such an Ordinance has been needed hero for a long time Miss Minnie Bonnet who was called homo by tho death of her Aunt Miss Ellen Fox will not burn to Pine ville to teach this winter on account of poor school building Miss Ben not has done very fine mission work in the mountains this fall both as teacher and religious worker Dreyfus Mrs Martha Sandlin who is atten ding school at Berea was at home to spond Christmas Miss Maud Daniels and her broth or Millard of Irvine have returned home after a delightful visit with their cousins S C and Mattie May Young of his place Time supper given by W B Baker last Thursday night was much enjoy ed by tho young people of this place Tho evening will long bo remem bered by those who were present Miss Lizzie Jones of Brassfield ia tho guest of Miss Anna Ogg thii weekMiss Dora Benge entertained few of her youug friends Wednesday nightMiss Pearl McKeohan is visiting Miss Addle Fish this week Willio Maupiu of Waco spent Christmas with Miss Sallio Jones Married at tho homo of brides par outs lust Wedueday James J Hud son anti Miss Ida Heard Mrs James Harris of Irvine atten ded tho wedding of her sister Misa Ida Heard last Wednesday College Hill Moses Hislo has moved into liii beautiful homo Thomas Porker lost a good horso recently by its falling over a cliff The appearance of chickenpox has caused quite a scare in our midst Tho matrimonial boo is buzzing around Melvin Jacksons head Our farmers took advantage of the recent cold snap and filled their ice- houses II A Lano and wife spent the holi lays with Mrs Lanes parents ot King Station an innocent littlo darling is suffering untold agony and cannot explain its troubles Mark your symptoms you may find it troubled with worms give WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE and restore it to quitencss and health Price 25 cents S E Welch L ta flfl4SS ttt t5 IAN WEEKLYIL a 31I apprlCiutiouy JENNESS SHOESFor Are Are Perfect Are Feet as DOUGLAS 207 Wat Main The Berea Monumental Co The result of good tcork and reasonable prices is that ica now have customers in all parts of tlte State When you icant Anything monumental line Let us and tee uill send you deslyns and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to times and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky 15iHUI1U ro 5 = V s 117oatI wIM co 1IreMm H b d IIYrWT TVW I 1un Id1 4401 d so U Ii 1111 a rIIIYd j In r iie I a It Yalc r IIClhlsir 5creI hy ir RIPIJ a iOF 15I rU 0 hinrTiH D- I aInHIj1 i fin = = vniin v t aJq llt t r JKrlhe J If 1cI j QUfnTiR OAK cICP IMTI OItkLhI Ia IrlcatI 0 1i tim toaclr m tod a j a tr law aI1r 4I tIe otc ruillcnTihtv te nd bJ In plarf r Sir flet ri dnvcr rills reiti 01 fearI J eRmllblronland flrp1t 1 1 I 1ratuf nbratlnic thuttl auWfutj 1914ItcourmourJlelf p leit tension llbrnUor Improved t r hulll cirrler patent nmllalwr tntrt nk nlH tti kitiwia I Idreb 14 nd35 i 111 allKkwil li rinlliM ril our Free IIJZ1t ItIn 3J nthieIta6oootoNtDONTAddress SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office at Residence E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky H C JASPER M D MEDICINEand SURGERY Office in Prather Building Richmond Ky 103 109 DEXTAL SURGERY- A WILKES SMITH D D S Building Street Richmond Ky Telephone ItriMrncf No 03 Office No J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to 12 A M itoSPM National Bank Building Richmond Ky Try Our Machines dlmonII20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan J73m1 5Coughs and como uninvited you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Trice 25 and riO cents S E Welch Jr Dick Campbell was placed in jail again Monday and yesterday was or Tho worst after effects of influenza arise from deranged functions of tho liver Clear tIme blood at once with HEROINE for it wilt strengthen tho liver to withdraw from circulation tho biliary poisons Price 50 cents S EWcl Jr Mrs A W Hart cnmo up from Thursday to consult Dr Me Coy on a question TABLERS BUCKEYE OINTMENT is time only remedy bleeding or lorI indorsed by cures most obstinate cases 50 ccn iu bottles Tubes 75 cents S E Welch Jr MILLER the Most Stylish the Most Durable Are the Most for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Nature Intended Accept No Other BRIGHT CO St RICHMOND KY in the know suit the Material charrL llhDUUlilHIJIII Pnrk4UR boluiterlalmeutr ftlgSOLIO SAWED iltommMcarrtliAiMtedMi IbIi1iIruI nddoeltlirpalaoru Telephone Smith Main colds Conway tooth blind protruding Price tRI CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C I OGG Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But Tfc Best Finish at the Lowest Prices BURTON The Photographer I1KALER IN AMATEUR SUIFUKI Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prim Vitwa about Berea a specialty CIF HANSONS LIVERY Yon Want GOOD GLASSES lIP YOU WANT THEM AT ALL that are nut iropcrl znlJute4 to your eyes an nctunlly iIiiumTniii I know It and you onsln to know it I xvlll Httenipt to suit Blasvcs to your eyvi until know what Is necOwl EJM czmuinc Iwc il Nice line of Aorcllita in JEWELRY T ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician n KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food andaldi Nature in strengthening and recon structing time exhausted digestive organs It Is tho latest discovered digest ant anti tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In pcrmanentlycurclDyspepsia NnuseaStckall otimerresultso tmpcrtectdlgcstloa Prepared by E C OeWItt A Co Cblcaaa S E WELCH Jli THE CITIZEN T Q PASCO Editor and Manaccr KERGA KFVTUCIC1 4Russia in pliinntiif to build n c1I111 from the Hnltic to this Jtlnehsen Thu lengthof the 11 nil Mineyel will 10 094 miles but only 123 miles or nrtltlelnl excavation will be necessqrj Vnst quantities of flowers ore path ercd for perfumery purposes It is estimated that eneli year lMiJ Ines of ornuge flowers ore used hesJes 030 tons of rose ISO tons oneh or violets and jiismlne 75 tons tif ttilio rose 30 tons of tussle and 15 tons of jonquils Ji lIlt is now itlng liinil fr m New South Wales parked In bark of the tl tree ail the outer bark of the nicliipncn Irwadendron which is shredded Into a sort of coarse clian These harks seem to have some Icu lint power of preserving oranges dur ing carriage What is know to geographers tlo Cordilleras de los Andes Is the longest chit the highest range of mount aiiiK in the world It extends front Tierra del Fnvyn to the Isthmus ol Panama rid although sonic of the peaks of the Himalayas nre higher they arc not ns numerous One of the most Important epoohs Jr11m history of iermnii jitrlMprii lenee began on the first day of Jan nary 10Ml when the new ierman law went Into effect Older tits new sys tent lennany hits a uniform legrl procedure applicable to the various states comprising the German empire One fourth of the worlds output ol coal Is mined in the Putted States Last year 4000000 tons were exported mil the trade is growing fast Hitcomcs to pass that the world will have to look to this country for coal nnd flour the position of the nation will be all hilt imiiregnablc trout a commercial standpoint Electricity ns we know It Is jut 100 years old n 1700 the Italiau scientist Volta gave definite form to the method of producing the current and it is from his nnme tint we have the term voltmeter to describe the Instrument which measures the force of the current and volt ns the unit of that measurement A runaway horse in New York with vehicle attached was stopped by n wooden Indian which with uplifted arm holding n bunch of wooden ci gars was doing duty in front of n cigar store The liorse took to the sidewalk stud the lines became entangled with tb Indians arm The Image being chained to the premises the horse was brought to n sudden stop Among the practical suggestions mode at the International Council of Women in London was that of Miss Alice Ayrton who drew the attention of the sex of which she is a distinguished ornament to a new field of work that of the manufacture of electrical instrument the demand for them being very largely in excess of what manufacturers are able to latest idea In the way of n portebonheur is to carry n tiny puss of wondrous goldsmiths work swing ing un a pendant from the end of your longncttc chain The cat Is made of black enamel upon metal Its ryes have n metallic green gleam Are they not tiny eatscyes The sapient puss wears a collar of brilliants ret close about her furry neck TLis it StunK is the very latest A pair of elephant tusks the Mrgest on record was found recently In the Killmaitdjaro district In Africa and bought for rn American museum for 3M0 The larger tusk measures ten fret four inches along the outer curve and weighs 230 pounds the other la n trifle shorter mad weighs ten pounds less The record tusk be fore these was nine feet five inches long and is now in England As n money making business Ger- manys colonial system is not a pro digious success The total trade he tween Germany nnd her colonies in 1838 was 3501500 The government subsidies to assist tho colonies and protectorates cost 3697000 a loss of more than 100000 and these figures do not include the expenses at Samoa nor 300000 paid to steamship com panies nor yet the expenses of disc tant naval stations post routes and telegraph service Various fruits are colored on the surface or in their substance to suit the fancy of purchasers In France For example strawberries that arc unripe are given a red color by means oln fuehslne preparation tl nary oranges of poor quality mire made to pass for blood oranges by injecting rocelino in to their pulp nnd melons ore rendered of n fine orange color by injecting n solution of tenInoel inr and at tho stone time aromatized with an artificial melon essence In the 55th congress Maine clearly enjoyed the distinction of having the strongest delegation in the house but in this congress the Iowa delegation by common consent stands nt tho head Six out of Iowas 11 men bring fairly to the state for tho remaining now in congress for their first term nod HO can not be considered These six men are David II lender son William P Hepburn F La cry Jonathan 1 Dollivnr John A 1 Hull and Robert O Coiiflns They ore nil lHvcrs nnd soma of tcm bore rui3 during Ute civil wuc THE WRECK Across the night gmoon fell Through bars of shifting clout Inset Where Iron reef and white wave met Sullenly at the doors of hell It saw the great ships dying lliroe As one with dim drawn face who urea A dumb beast In Its HgonlcH And may not help and cannot go And peeping still from wfnd wrought co It watched iimld the swirl and strife Unlovely atoms each a life rosstfd on the uproar of the waves Filck to the heart with fear untold or that mnd slaughter half dmcrlrd It crept behind a cloud und dlrd Then the Mack night was Icy cold Last out of chaos calmly bright Day dawned und with a greeting roar Triumphant ocean Hung to shore Ills broken playthings of the night Sydney Bulletin s CoryrtzM by D Arrcton k Co All rights reserved CI1A1TKR XXI TUB IlKSCUE OF ANOIOLA The next day nx tin big gun from the din del boomed out the twelfth hour and all the belli of the town clanged forth the time live horsemen rude through the gate of it An gelo whose doors were spread wide open The tingle sentry on dutyaced sleepily up and down he was longing for his noontide siesta and the guard of a half score of Hag lionig IIIICCB lay with their armor off basking in the mellow sun A subaltern officer who had evidently dined to some purpose rrclined on his back half in half out of the shade of a few olive trees that grew to the left ef the gate and the ruby on his cheeks showed up all the brighter against the green of the grass on which he was stretched The horsemen were myself and my four follow ers We hud taken the route I went the day before with Gian and the plan I had formed was this On my gaining admittance to the house Jaeopo and llanilc Nero were to put themselves at the door nnd engage the guano there in conversation Jitn and the lackey were to hold the horses As soon at I ascer tained the position of AngiolVs room would blow shrilly on a whistle had purchased fer the purpose My men at the door who ware armed with arquelitisea ns well no their swords would hold the swage end should try and account for the Iava Mere Paolo and bear oil the prize If we Miccvedcd we could easily make the gale mind then the road to St Jerome liy open before us The fact that the attempt was to be nude in broad daylight too would bo a safeguard as no one would deem that such a deed usually done under cover of night to Iw adventured nt IhU hour hid partly pawed the way for my entrance by my call of yesterday and was provided itha sullicicntly plausible story to keep lbe cavahcro engaged whilst took stock if his emrounding Jaeopo too had bctn carefully drilled us to how he was to an souses me and the question resolved itself into hard hitting end a little luck had dressed thyself with particular care wearing my bull coat under a gay jerkin anda short velvet cloak hung from lilY shoulders This ilmost gila attire was to act as a further blind and give nil the appearance of a mere visit of ceremony There was of course the possibility of my being refused admittance and of the Cavalicre Paolo declining to see me but this was not probable and if it did happen I was ready for a bold stroke and for this Hande Nere carried with him a grenade with which to blow open the door As it turned out however we had no difficulty on this score On reaching the house glanced up andsaw a face peering at us through the caging of one of the windows shove but it was almost immediately withdrawn JAiopo dismounted and knocked firmly The same performance love de scribed of opening a grating was gone through but on my name being mentioned the Porter shut his peephole there wee the sound of the rituoval of a bar the clank of chains and tkt door swung open with n sullen groan disclosing a hall in which stool two men completely armed their nnpic buses at the ready in their hands whilst the doorkeeper himself a sturdy knave stool full in the entrance swinging a bunch of keys J the Cavalicre Paolo Itaglioni within I asked as 1 dismounted taking it for granted I was to be received from the prepa ration saw was made He is signore lc pleased to follow With a warning glance to Jaeopo stepped In finding myself in a hull of middle size the walls discolored with age and chipped anti cracked in many places clearlv the Cnsino naglioni needed repairs At tIe end of the hall was a spiral staircase whose stone steps worn to a hollow in the middle by the passing and rcpassing of feet marked its great age Up this narrow stairway fol lowed the man until we reached corridor hung on each side with rusty suits of ar mor and old and tattered banners The place was very damp and there was n musty imcll about it as if no pure air ever came that way It was evident that the cavalierc was on time alert for a man was on guard here tend like those below with swonl mil arquebus To him my guide addressed himself He lax come he said jcrkng hii thumb Backwards at me Well announce him said the sentinel That is for you answered time janitor I had enough of Iluto this morning With this he turned en his heel and ran back downstairs jingling his keys Time sentry stood still however and after wafting for half a minute spoke my blood ruing a little within me Will you be good enough to announce the Cavalicrft di Saellion an urgent af fair The moan turned round to a closed door be bind him rapping nt it with his mailed hand Fiom inside I heard a shuffling noise n jcavy body lurched against the door nnd there was a scratching at the wood No an steer however came to the knock Knock again said a little impatiently and timid time a deep voice called out Enter placed my hand on the door to open it when the sentry spoke with unexpected civ ility Take care of the beat signorc u The be askedae pre ending not to know anything of Plutos ex stcnceUi excellency bctir do not fear it else it might injure you cojpcUo Hut it isI i perfect fiend if you run from it It i poor woman the other day Ili Aseasu rered and pushed open the door spring p3 back a yuid an did so for with s tiprt roar that echoed through the house iiugi hear rose on his haul legs and struck out at my fate with WI Dinvolo go hack dented time scntr synnlbutdoorway milking no further advance leis grciit jaws iificii and pulling like a black smiths hrllow- KIoipctlo excellency call oT the hear shonleil llicscnlry ngHJn indecil lie vccinei iitivfi to hate the rfniinil and honi side tame n low drcptnneil but mocking laugh Tome luck Pluto down you brute down then there was a heavy thud the tinkling of shivered glass and the bear dropping on its fore feet shnmblei back into the room was consiilcmbl startled and not I little angry hut concede ins these feelings stepped boldly into the rooin keeping my drawn sword still in lilY hand this Lavaliere ill Itaglioni I inquired At the lavaliere di Savcllis service and a tall figure rose from lounge chair and surveyed me confess that my heart pagan to heat a little fast when MW time titan against whom was to pit myself Ill was far above the iniiMIe height nod pro portionntcly btnij His grizzled hair wrt il in the middle hung down strnightly Io his neck and a thick gray leant and uuia tachc huh his mouth nml shin A cruel hooked nose almost Hebraic in lIalt WitS set lctwen a pair of small rail pirnill eyes complexion wasdisithly MP am by the lutht which fell from tile laurel win dow Ismn beneath the skin the little rn lines ol swollen wins which hmrkeslms in tpnicratv life At a smill table K iilc the hair was palkof curds andn glass lull filled aih rest wine the bottle fron wind the wine was taken was lying in fragments at the loot where it lad fallen and bnikei to bits after living lung at Pluto The bear wise now reside mauler faring me ha huge head held down and swaying from aild to side We remained fur half a miniiti staring it cuth other nail then lUglion spoke Hgam with his deep sneering nccenl ta it usual for time Cavalier di JSavclli to pay visits with a drawn swonl in his hand Is it usual replied for gentlemen to be received by having a wage beast sal nl themOh Pluto and he touched the btar Pluto was not i ct at you man you woulJ net bo Ire if he was 1lobIhlif however you will itiil tbt beast to one side would like to discuss my business with you cuvalicre Shut the dour and sit down there lie replied Pluto will not disturb us you ran put back your sword It would avail you little he grinned It cost me an effort but 1Ili1 at was bidden anti llaglioni sank hoik into hii lounge the ten still standing and keeping ils fierce ryes on ire Its ma trr however kept running hi hind up and dawn its shaggy mat whilst he asked in hiss measured voice Well and to whal do owe time hunorof this vwilV You would prefer no landing about time bush i It my way Well then cuviliere have rotrc from Banc with a special object ant that is to ask you to chnngu sides and In use your in thienrc with your musin Count Curio to tin likewise follow the hid of my hou e ICxnctly Your arc arurc that His Holi ones is now over 70 years of age The lambkin of Goo Alexander yes Well he cnnnol go on forever allllf he were to die it in an end to the llorgia- Ho ho he laughed it is an end to the Horgia Cnvahcrc your employer arc mad It will take not 1 little to break Co tare Cesnre IU rria Duke of 1omagna Imoln and Facnza Marquis of Ilimini Count of Forli lord ofPesaroaml Fano Oonlal oniere of the Church good for a lowborn bastardcb Ho ho break Cewuc Not youStronger trees have fallen signorc re member we have France and the Floren tines on our side and M000 men under Tre mouille and Trevulzio are not 20 miles from youI was playing a risky game If did sue ceed in inducing this man to listen to my proposals and lie actually persuaded his cousin to do likewise it would lo n terrible blow to the Itorgia On the other hand ran the immediate risk of being arrested and kept a prisoner or killed outright Rut il Iran the only way to gain time and look bout me and whilst Itaglioni reflectively stroked his strange pet slaking no reply to my last ccch glsnccil cnutiouiily lint carefully itrounil tie room Like the passage outside the wall were hung with old armor and old llagx Time had defaced the pie Lures on the ceiling and such furniture ai there was was oldand the coverings of the chairs and tables molhoalen and wine stained The stale odor of wine mingle with lima must of a long untouched room unit everywhere on the table on the chain mil strewn here and thereon the floor were cards Evidently the cavalierc had n weak ness in this direction and like lighlninK it Hashed upon me that if ho were a gambler the game teas probably in my liandH lint would drop policy unit turn to the cards My housing were interrupted by lijglioni who broke the silence What evidence have you to show you are the person you represent yourself to be lean oiler you none In matters like these one tines not carry evidence about jul if you like to send a trusted messenger to Home to tlieCanlinaldAmboise scelho reception he will getor nearer still toTrc motiillc ndr hcorne to mcJ Ilccauifc of your influence n ilhouroiisin and bccaime you lire man who will play for a big tale and risked time shot His ryes flashed and his hand slopped in its movement through the fur of the beta My influence wilh my cousin isthat he snapped his lingers but a big alalic yes1 like playing for big stakes- stooped and picked up n card holding it idly up between my linger nnd thumb This what I propose is a bigger stake than you could ever get on time king cava ere and with n twist of my wrist sent the card from me it hit time wall opposite with a smart top rod then floated slowly and noiselessly down to the flour of time mans eyes followed card and he nullctcil an if to himself A big Klake yes Carlo gives me nothing um his jailer1 who in a gingln night iavo lot two lordships to itiario have now not a ducat to fling in the air except what the niggard allows me did not like Ihe part I was playing but knew enough of the state of atlairs to be certain that IVAmboitio would richly reward time xrson who could detach Haglinni from ltte Horgia said no more than the truth therefore when I added quietly You would have another lordship or two maybe to stake if my proposal were carried outCospcllo he said it is useless Then am sorry replied rising lo depart but must wish you good tiny Uiavolo Cavalierc you lire not goinu withoutwithoutthere and his deep voice pcnled out like a nrcA Ml The bear which had itnttheJ itself on the floor mac with n grunt but Riglioni pressed its prod down nnd it sank hark and began to turn itself lielwren its pawn like an enormous lice or rather with the sound thousand been might make After n little delay there was a knock at the door but nPItrentlaM usual the per son outside whoever he was did not feel- diugsletl to route in My host more in sager Mid strpiKd nettles till loom fil lowest by his lath time litter passing unpleiiKintly t lose tu me There vvns an altercation at the minor my host wont out with his pct and for a min ute or two left moue moved my mewl ncnier In the enroll built beside llagli ouis and taking up the pnek of rardti begun to hume aunt rut Iliem lie cavalierc moue lack very a flask in out hand and a glass in the other Illood of St John ho cxilatincri he set tluti down with it clink on the tablo those iiealsl will have their mrs rut oil they fear this poor linili and he fondled the gretil bomb shish into on its hind fret RnIIIIIIn inuilinx its fussier am not lIurlrillt1orn di Ihrni The king again and Hung down time iattk in apparent disgust Down Pluto mid 1Ajlion turnnl tome The king again What tons that you staid Cutting left haul against time right lost tlinv time lost ten IhoiiMiiil one nighl over cut ling but help ynurHelf and he liuel time flask toivanU me and then fillotl lab own which he drained at n gulp onwcavaliereouarc in no hurry ml me through the pck With1II8nfl but mjr iMirKeKnrer downstairstrill you wrmit mo to sec him lly nil means llic heavier the xirtw the better for me A fllI1 cannot play with that lnst near emueould you nol send him nwn- ySnd him nwaytmv familiar Iw Mid with an awful smile No no Di Savelli he is my luck hut shell keep him At a disc tance if you like rose and went down In l rom and found him and lUndu Nice already on friendly teens with the gunnl took any purse from him and found time to whi Ira warning to strike the moment he heard my whistle When time lack was n licvisi to find the Uwr fastened IIu chain to a ring in time wall The eliin itselfsea weak anti could Isis Twin Mi pp il with tale hut the animal made no effort to train nl it anti lay down us cnntrntoillv as n dug Iliclioni hall pulled a table into lite rwiler of time rllnou HII was seated lit it impatiently rulHing the cams lUrk nl last Iw MM und has roinr Mil lint its inenMircil cadence kenvens have not spread the cants for a whole yearwhat stakesSimply rutlilic the rards Yes It is time quirknl name know Sep n crown park Urn to twain with We through four time and rid- over two crowns lUdioai Uuthrd is be them on one title ri1stakes l ItIeavnlirrc mako thorn ten erowaa rut tgrmlthree IlIlsallllullll He iMtdded anal IIit tee crowns feeling At this rate that till INIIWI wowki soot lie empty Iml MW that Un fever was taking mutt of him and offered to doable the Make Uriword w i up to III alt la JUildc and won Front that moment lurk favored nlc and it the cudof half an hours play time ravalicrc ha110lt nil his ready money about crowns and owed me Six cidtii lie did not take his losses weltall the re strained solfcomniand which he fit ex Inbileil gave place to a wild excitement and his hands shook ns he ftliufllcd the catdx his white fate paling whiter than ever Cunw tilt cirds he said have no luck The moment Sad conic for which lad been watching Time after limu felt in clinnl to strike a sudden blow but held my self more to lay cavaliers I said filling my glass I have businnwand must away A rest flush carne to his forehead I cannot IMJ you at once he said in n low tone lush replied time word of KinJioni is enoughhint if you want n last try for your revenge will cut you Double or quits he burst In No cnvnlirrc and dropjieil thl tvonls out slowly Iho five hundred ngaumt a five ininutm interview with thin lady Anuio He leaned Inch in his chair in amaze mutt went on Listen to me only want five minutes siucech with Ierin your nrewnco if you will come shall cut or will you Diavolo he muttered if Carlo hear of thiswell yeaI will cut first Ihe Len a hal earth to licul rut carelessly nnd facet my card IL waN a king Hell mil furies ho burst out You unto won Come sir aril rixinj he nil vnlircd tnwanU the bear A moment ravalicrc IMitl in your presence lid not include Mower Pluto there in the Interview lie gown me an unplcnrant tool but stoppisl short Very well ho said nml taking n Urge key from his girdle went on before me It cost me a great effort to keep tool up to now my luck hail been so grrat thnl every moment thrro was a temptation lo put till In the hazard of one stroke I smiled under my heard as thought of the imposing fool Count Carlo hind placed in charge of hla prIze and whets I saw the huge shaking haul clutching the key could not help thinking that teats like that would never holdn sword straight anti that for nil his size nml rournso the cavaliers was not a very for mumble foe In n few steps we reached the door ho minted and Riglioni after knocking once simply turned time key anti pushed open the floor Ixioking over his shoulder I saw n small hut wellfurnished room nnstanding in time middle of it in sturtlcil surprise nt this sad licit intrusion the figure of Angioli Quick IM thought made u warning gesture and nlmnst at the moment Itagliotii turned round with A visitor for you madam She did not seem to recognize me limit nt time warning gesture node a faint flush came into her check She stood looking at ns half frightened half indignant and nt lust spoke do not recognize Ugo di Savelli madam and mowed Hrr lips iiirlid n little na eluennawetcd Wclli Jleercr Ufo di nvelliavaliars w Ugo di Sivtlli theme stfti it set ot May Iask your IIUDIIICM If it Is ary trey bulge from your toaster I irrlinc to hear it nnd slue turned away with a motion of mi premc di duin thinking no doubt that WBi a follower of Count Carlo Ho ho laughed lUglioni At my IlInk of diHcointiturc the future counlrMniiisncal her mind pity Carlo You hail Ixwt cut short your live minutes cavaliers anti tent hack to tin1 cattle At tmlis niiinifiil hennl time bear whininr below iniHlionl for his master and knew hU Iwmls gems all too slrndrr to haul him There was nothing for it to save Angiol in spite of liriMll All this happened in t flush nnd wilh my full strength hit Hag Mom below the left ear just where the neck anti head uniteil So muhlvn so unexpected wsa the blow that the loupe mutt rolled over like an ox nml a short shrill wrenni broke from Ansioln My sword Will out in a mo meal and dial over lUglioni A cry a movpiiirnt nnd kill you like a dog pahd out my breath mining thick and fiat throw time key to the hJllck it up lIirlIIUlCknoll run to the tOOl mast stand thetrlsun here to MVC you It was done si onre for llnglioni saw he tint obey or slur nod springing lark I closed door qmrkly wad turned the key Abnootii did hoard footsteps Inirrjins below and blow loudly on tny whistle The sound of tko whitli Will fulloweil by mi angry shouting thnl wise drowned ha trrrilile roar and ww Ilulo Infore lilt nuking up tile stair with the end of IIM broken clmu still iMAfinir to him lUflitmi ltllIing al the door lliind use He wns enough hut my roinwnion had tlmiie l n faint nrnKI wanted limy handIIIitll1l my tierce to ml till least who HS now on the stairway not ten feet away from lilt lose to me wu a Iwavjr stool mixml this anti llunj it nt the niiimnl with all mj strength anti getting between bin forefeet in need him tu stumble and slip Inek a half doses alepa but with another root llulo gathered himself together and nihil up again his jaws agape mini white With foam Rnve him the point tIp into Isis neck It might have been a pin prick and Ire dented the steel with In teeth Itisini to his fret be truck at testing mv tort cloak rlMH off my shouldrrm aril thin my swonl was up to the hilt in his sate And we grninJetl My left cheek WM once touched his claws arilseemed lo Iw hanging in ribbon lull although almost blinded with blooil mad choked by hw fetid breath I Inlil my head well down and drove my dagger n niii and snnn into the beast Aitfioln bad irravrrrtl from her laid and above gnintim sit the hear the bnllt rini at time door asl the rUsli of steel below lINt her laualinllO shrill hysteric MytlPDfUJ was failing was clout to gir up nil f l lost wham there was lewdreport and with low the bear fell Iwrkwnnln My bUll KMorliow fMlennl itnrlf lo the hilt of mjr sword t eking m the IInimlll aids and tk weight of him u bo Ml buck and a shook m elf clear freed the Lint Isteo4 halt dared watching the huge black body slldixil limply down the pain until it lay in a bapeicM heel on tIN landing Jnropoi vote brovihl me to myself hue low of Uod outck vsceiUMry quirk Cal Mirtimne five mes strength some lima lor flu own MirHMM Aod oit usual have been with mv for picked deer Hp in my arise awl Hall Kiddy end Iepria i made My way to the entrance door nrm not a11 hid no time to look about mt hilt Jaeopo liflp il me with my hordes l rtiii her lo the lmommrlof the mddk Iapraoi up behind and irnwi f laY dalingelsa me with n hout of IriHmpk Imet free nj puuipiis htme and let kiss fa with a IWM ruin TO BR OOMT1MPKO MfrnrS llrtlllllllllll- I rerjce Sterile the writer teas firs victim of the lulrntctt poverty A HtlU time before his death being In a tlntt of destitution lie hat one cvriilngte burrow five lGundslnn bU friend Jar rick Upon nrrlvlnf be heard mtuta and knew that u parly was going on He beard tIle inrrry Inuibttr and gen tog rrpUelny tbe uplifted knocker re traced him steps We sever feel our nils cries ko keenlyae when coulraitrd will time joys of others and It Is only then that wo rcnllx Wordtuorthf plcluret And homeless our a thousand horits afoot And near a thousand tblea pined fat food Another story of tike writer dogs tot evoke M much sym mathy It was Ioovn Unit Slrru used lilt wife ttq ill and in talking with Oarrick one day conjugalhovewino behaves unkindly to bin wife deserves to have his home burn tlorvi over hk head If you thick so etll Onrrlck quietly hope yours iwe1- JhteuredUctcolt Free freest nvellsls 3mrmmiry A characteristic of the late Wllllna Black wan his lynoniucc of hit OTJ gooIstnseemed that ns soon at time proof prlmtcnMrallon In talking to my liutlNind ihi other tiny MM Illnck once said for visitor suddenly remembered an an ccdote In one of his novels which Him Irnted what I wn saying Mr lilac laiiBhed lieu tlly at the story and that turned eagerly to me Hut where M you linear so good n dory My tun band wouldnt believe It was In one oils own books until I found It fist elmDetroit Vrre Press rlllno nn Openluir A man bad n story about n gun whlcl he delivered liliniclf of upon all occa dons At n iHniier party one evening lit writhed In his chair for over nn how wailing for a chance to introduce hit story butt no opportunity presented it self Finally he slipped n coin Into tin liand of n oafIle and whispered When you leave the room again slmr the door The waiter Jammed Iht door as directed and the man cprnng it his feet with tint exclamation Whnti that noisen guuV Oh nol replied his lost It woo only the door Ah I sec Well sptnldng of guns reminds me of u Htlle story clc Liverpool Mercury lluliliy Miilil llie llrcnril Polite bliopiihin showing good Icre Is Eomctlhug 1 would tike to cat your attention o madam It is tin very latest timing out Mrs Ilounder nbsemtlIf theroi anything out Inlrthnn my husband ID take It If only nn h cUQtlJUUlts TWO MEAN TOWNS Btorlrn ToM Itjr Traveling Men Abool a Couple of Drrlilrillr 1oow flare to Live In They were talking about bad towns The mraiirst I ever war in mild the man who travels furs Chicago house is down iu Maiinchuutts Nay you know what happened while I was stopping Ultra onccT A man had fallen through hole In time sidewalk and tuitnined injuries that re lulled in time lots of his right arm lie surd the city for damages and the rate was tried before n jury which the rompotrd of representative citfzeasWell what do you they did to hhn r cityholdhtghis anythingYes pretty mean town admit hut know of a wore one This place is in rcnniylvania An ac quaintance of mine down there was injurrd pome time ago in much the nine way the man you mentioned got hurt litfell on a lad II ewalk alllllot one of hillr lie sued the elt and didnt get anything I never hranl jut why but the jurors didnt believe he nrcdrd more than one Ug in Ins business seeing that he was n barber end couldnt hone a razor or share a man with his foot anwaflIut wait I havent come to the the real manhhfeouMntto along with a wooden and our dlY- whle he was rrotning time prinripal street this peg in snore way got wedgnl between a coupe of hiving stone right the middle of the street car track It took them nearly an hour to t hint loose and what do you suit- slase happened then Hlamrd if they all nnr him ten dollars and mats for- obtttmatruglralllclChicago Timccllrrald PRONE TO EXAGGERATE This Trnilrnrr of Amrrlmnn Affords Aiiiuirinrnl lo nn Inf Ilds Vrltrr Americans are not notable for their strict adherence to the truth but their uaun lions are to iiMiufnt that they cannot ha fairly anUMHl ol lying Wiltmn Archer an author has recently written a look Is wbirh hr gives suitor rharartrriitic ream 1110 of this trait Ile lJIrvperlellu It at American humors Iccinl our of the Honda steamboats which have to be built with rxre rdinalr light draught tv Fet over the JTfIUrnt showlost of tIN river rllllrt an tnlChhlnn lie rested the aplamm w the rrnmark um drrvtnnd captain that you Iliink noUiingof tlrnuimit across meadow where theres been a heavy fall of dew Well dont know about that replied the captain but its true we Mimrlinift to send mn ahead with a watering pot Ialnllliouth era enlooel was conducted to ttt Snlviois Otbello lie wunntrd the performance gravely and remarked at tkn close That Will a mighty good show ant- I I dont see let the coon did at well atanr ofem A thud anecdote that charmed me sms Ihof the nun who being invilrtl to take a drink replied No no solemnly mjr mother never to touch n drop hnide boys Itt too early in the morning besides Ive just had one Chicago hrolllll llnulnnil Ariforctl Train TN nuEniflccnl nrmord trains used by liaciand in her war ilh the horn will transport her troops pmlrrt lindgri and telegraphic r mmunicnti n in about the same way that Hiwlrtlrrt Innurh Hiltrrsdrirtt drtir iia from the human stomach and then wounu gwnnl that it does not return 11le hum hat won in everyroe of indigestion liilioasnri liver trouble for the sat fifty yen It U invaluable at all times Iliinr Vitnnn Mlis Jin dr A niull bo in the Minion Sunday school of llwben Failowirhurch propounded ao tslireby sew tblOJ of creation kIt Wht made man asked the trarher lie ginning ns in the good old days when otlho duty tl rnlccbUmi od was the pronept rfJII AntI how Ihtl ht make him Out of dad nuahr nothing hut dust And tube made roman- O I made her too ma am lion TIlt small boy lir itatcd and then replin cheerfully He samisen a deep to Olson titan and then took out his backbone nude the woman Chicago Inter Ocf n lions ThUt- Ve offer One Hundred Dollars Htwanl for any case of Catarrh that cannot Ie cured by hals tanh lure J Cheney k Co Iropt Toledo We the undersigned have known F1Clieney for tile last IS lau and hflien him perfectly honorable in all Imiinnt trantac tiona financially able to carry out any obligation trade liy their firm West li Truax Wholetale Druggist To kilo Walding Kinnan tt Marvin Wholesale DriiMitli Toledo 0 lIal1 atarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous lurfare of the system 1ricc 7V per bet He Sold by all Druggists Testimonial freeflail Family ills are the first A Torah Snlijrrl Yet the fire burned out time costly lie ture of the saloon It must have linen imoldering away for hours before it waidii covernl On fire fur hours en Yes Wooster ifit naked the bar tender Cleveland Plain Dealer liirnxlnmlril yourbusbaodaSecond IfOh mo t anywhere between morningRoaton The Itril lrr rrlillnn for Chills and Pernr Is a bolllo of omens TASTrirm HIM Toxic UN slinplylronundnulnlneln Utacleaaform 0 Ia lrkrfJlII eornmanlahlhll a any other lower at a grccnliouic Atch lon GlobeAn 1 I Empty Sack f iCannot Stand Upright physlealsystemi Slither CM poor Wed thin blood I bloodII i f lis many remarkable cures JthcdiiJaIxii I BrBuirsNCures SYRUPCelthegeuumue IS SUREPrDd1a5a care Dfifffiit hallror 1 BEHIND THE BOERS Gen Bullcrs Advance Is Very Im portant to the British Forces HP U Pnbnhl riulilliiK Ills Wnr- Ilirunrd ss 111utinuuulea Inn linn lleeii fill HIT front Hit llrltUli Purees London lau 1en Ilullcrs short dispatch nnuounelng Ills for Word minemenl of Thursday inter pretcd ns inennlng that he hns passed around the western rod of the Hoer lines at ColeiiHo und Is now several iiillrs behind llirm rind within U inlliM of test Whiles outposts at IM agobaddlsputrIiIItrselv illslodged fiber by lighting or by inaneiners the Items retiring ucniM the Tugela ieu lluller nilvniim- llrom leu llullers dUpateli ron ptetl with the fuel that unollicial III telllgence from till sent of war inn virtually censed apace Monday the de duction U drawn that Important op cnitloim nre In progress ns he ciiuuot move far without going ngulnst the liner Intrenehmeiits The deuth lists from enteric freer and dysentery nt Uidysmlth averng Ing from s to to dully art considered more serious than Ihe 420 caKiinlties of SHtiinhiyn light an they Itidientu Iliu frightfully iimmnllnry condition of the beleiignere town A letter from Ijidymiillh diitrd DeeemlMr 7 HIVM that even then JO out of Mil men In the battalion of which the writer wits n member were alek with ilysen tury or enteric fever nod according to n dlspHlch to the Dally Chronicle ilnlinl liiliiinry S the mtlenlN soul nt liiiiIiiuU In Tombl Camp where thin ho plliil lu thru numbereil XbOO London HII 13IIsr war ofllee nn nonuee that the Itrillsh eiiMiullles at IrfittyHinllh Inuuiiry 0 nmong till milk nod lilt were Hi killed stud 24 wounded The wnr oaken Iridny morning re cehitl the following dliiptitch from I itll holler dated Sprtngfleld Tliiirn duy Jiiuuiiry II HI O p III I occupied the wroth Imuk of the Tutiehi rler Nt ItKlrtere drift this llioriiliiK soul elcd fool lht river U In Hood The runny Is strongly on IrenrlHil HlHiul four mid n Imlf mllri to the hurt Ii Lady Methuen linn II 11 Mil nbo Htr ronlrsHllctlnn of the rumors that lam Mrtbueii IIIor Hint he WHH Injiinil liy the fulling of his borne nt till Ntlluf Miii nifiiiitelii Cape IownIsn 13 The Orange free Stntt ImprenMig every bull nlile man InelHiIng foreigners for military iervlco Iree Slater sirs employing Kafir with rcnpiug ma chine to him cut n coiiiiered llritlsli territory SAFE BLOWN UP hank llnlilirr nl llnpnn Illr Ind Nrptireil irlMMI Hie Tiilnl Cur rrnps III HIP ItniiU Princeton hid Inn 13 Itobbcri Mew up the wife unit vault Id thin banking IIOIIM of McOlnnls Ttil Co nt OwiiiKvlllc thin county Pr day inoriilng and secured lKl ibo total eurreuey In Ihe bank Thn money was placed on u hand o ir up on the Ml Vernon brunch of iie KvniiNvllle It Torre lUute railway sold run to Ioaev IIi 12 mlle south en sit Hero Iho tined ear Was loft and the money wan removed to n vehicle The robbers then made tliei any ovorlnud to till Wnlmsh rltor eriiiv lag on the Illinois slur The wife null viinlt was MliTiilly blown to purrs null till door nml shutter were lorn nIT till building A portion of the roof WIIK blovn iir stud the wnlls were badly ilaiiingMl Valuable papers runt note were ollh er lust or destroyed The banking linn of McCiinnls Tcol it Co Is one of the oldest In southern Indiana lleirtg located In till center ulll rich farming country the amount of business tnniMictcd wns mushier able Most of the money deposit d win by farmers for which the bank U responsible Iii lrp tin llrlllolt 1csrlx Atlanta in rfin 13upt Chas Hill says ltd hiss been offered n cone mission ns captain In n gunboat licet sold to be forming III till llnhumns In lIlt Interest of the Transvnal It thought the fleet will preyon tho Hrltlsh mcrclmiit inn ri lie- Ihglura OHIO for Nnnlli Afrlcn Phlladelphln Ian 1311 Is report nl here that the llrllifih government linN purrlinnril several ship loads of oats for the tam of the army In South Africa Two vcsnels art reported to have been chartered to load the cargoes at this port for Cnpe Town Ir Ouods Sinn flu rued 1tlca X V Inn 1IIlr In tho large dry goods store of It II Welln Suns tC Co did damage nmouiitlng tc home 75000 to 100000 Wife lltirilprrr Ilnuaed Philadelphia Inn 12H01l1 llrown n Negro wns hanged Thursday In Voynnensing prison for murder of his wife UrownM crime was partic brutal nest savage It was In the fuller purl of 1808 when llrown who hind just been discharged from thin hoilxi of correction WI tt to the house whero bin wife TUlndi was em ployed us u ilomcstie sod neciisel her of lowing caused Isis arrest Sie wns henlbblng the steps nt ILL tilde stud Ilrowu drew n lnife amr ttabbcil her repent edly Inlllctlng woiiaat wlilcb poqii rcbiiltcd In lute tleuth MORA IS REMOVED lien Wniiil linn Changed the 1lncsl of HIP uhnii Niiprpnip Cour- lItrcciillr KnlnlilliiliPil- llnvtinn Inn 11111110 Mora lineal of the supreme court hereby removed from olllco for the good of tho pit hiIc service Tills removal In the result of mi hivcstlKitlion into the conditions ex isting In tilt administration of Jus lice under his supervision The foregoing oDIcinl order win muted to Senor Mora by Clot Gen Wood Senor toms fall hits been predicted ever since the first case wni bought against the custom house olll chats ii nil the disgraceful condition of the prisons especially as affecting those awiiiting trial lists been gener ally charged against him Ior some time It hex been said that Mora luau been devoting too touch ntteiitlou to social nITuIrs and too little to Ills duties Iris lVaala Investigation hut shown that the oilier of the supreme court fiscal Is largely responsible for a num ber of the untried cusses stud that nut only Morn hurt others In the depart ment of justice have lain persist ently trying to block the charges against customs olllclnls whom Col lector Illiss is anxious to prove guilty of wholesale bribery und corruption Hvery possible Inlluenco bus been exerted to protect the Incriminated men from receiving the punishment which Is their due hint the puddle hut scarcely been willing to believe that high olllclnls of the rank of Mora have been Implicated Moras letter to the Siipiemo court regarding the custom house fraud eases under trial which lots already been cabled wan only the lust straw JIb dismissal had been decided upon tunic days before DISASTERATSEA Iriilmtil Nhh MVP WPIP LUSt lif HIP Vrppklnir wf n MPMIIIPP Off t P 4nrfonnillnnil Comet St Johns X P Jan 13rllc fol lowing comprises nil the details re gnrdlng the wrecking In HI ilnrys hn ohlnlntdh steamer of nearly 3000 tout nod probably tar vied a crew of no with possibly some piiftcengcrs She went ashore before daybreak on Thursday striking a ledge nt the foot of tho cliff where es cape was hopeless The crew launch ed the hunts but probably during the Hinle some were crushed against her skirt othcrit being swamped sad all the occupants apparently jicrliihlng the ship wan tech to be on lire by residents tux miles nway Attracted to thr scene they found the after half Ih1rnrpllrtwrit down Thure In not thr slight est prospect that any soul on board esenped death ns tie Intense mid winter cold would kill naywho es iiijHd drowning A trunk filled with womans cloth ing has been washed ashore there us welt ns n garment which Is either n wnlerproof cape such nn used by n antenna or a mans overcoat Xearby was found some underwear evident ly n mans marked with the Initials This sreiui to Indicate that the ship hind passengers BUTTONS PROHIBITED llruiilnlliiim nt Ilir tiny Irrlnltilnic lu Slur Vmrlnir of llnilurx end Olhrr Drriirnllnn WiiMhlngtoii Jan 11 The secretary of wur nnioiided the rcgulntloun nf the nrmy pertnluiiig to the n car lug of bndgeti ami similar decuratltiiiH no sit to permit oIllcerH nail eiiliHted men who In their own right or by right of luhciltnnce are iiieinberH of military xocletlcK of men who served lu the armtcH and navies of the Iultrd Staten III the wnr of thin revolution the war of 1812 thin Mexi can wnr find thin war of the rebellion or are mcmbcra of the regular unary and navy union to weir on nil occu duns of ceremony thus dlxtluctlvc badgen of tuck societies It also provided that medalx of honor nnd the several Ustlnctive mnrltH given for excellence In rifle practice an WIII1M army corps bidgen may be worn on orcnnloiin of tern many The wearing of insignia hint tout however In prohibited fond Results nf Arlillrnllon- Vashiiigton tan IIIht liiduK Irial cominiHsloii hcvril Joseph Bishop secretary of thin Ohio state board of ii nil tiuttldn He germ the coiumlHsloti tilt rcxnltR of arbitration In Ohio and Ihe recommendations he had mude to Ihe Ohio legislature lie snid that whenever nun pdoyrra rccognlzcil com tail tees representing labor n settlement without n strike was the result Tlilrf QiilcUl Cnpliirnt Hartford City Ind Jan 13A- Ihhr giving hit ensue as Kd llnrris mil Ills residence as Cincinnati wim laptureil In tLe Iniihandle height jfllce jiixt sifter hiving robbed the tiife The stolen money was found in Isis jierKou He was bound over to the Circuit court Itfulilriieo Iloliliril New York Jan 11 Diamonds stud other valunblo jewelry to the vnliti of ibout ftUUl was stolen from the honiu if Mrs JoKcjili Wood lu Kast Thirty third street It Is thought the thieves mtcrcil the home when the occupants were at illnne- itiiiifriril Tlilrf Sriilriiriil Nrss York Jtu 11 Lewis K iohl iinltli cash lee of the 1orl reels K Natloiiiil tank who confessed to dill theft of 101000 has been sin alIt I1 to eight yearn Imprisonment Slug Slag FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS 1Irst Ncslott WnxhlliKlon Jan 9Senalo Tin Tn alit UUfUitfed wllhuiit iirtliiii the InlloUtiiltn luward thin Philippine s Tin nee problom was then 1Ieuuc11111 the Prltch urd ritmliitlnii Introduced In prevent n rrprtltlnii or the IlnyraTlldon omtro vemy Among bill Inlroilucwl were gnu nt IIIR Irnvcl pay oral coinmutiitlciii rat lonu- o Vnlunlrrr nhlltr who Herveil In he Phillip s and frv tninniMirtiHl to l1le Sillier before IKIIIR in oat h y tutu Kiivermnrnt JUKI If they had ipen rtiimtoriil nut In the melt clxgo tor the rellrvment nf otllcern of the army who piTVed In tin civil war at one irnilililghor In nink than that uttunll held provldiil they he retlreil for disability tc ei thbllfli KBtnl Having depnrlmenl In creunliiK lie duty nn Imort In to the ITnllpd Htnle from continuum countries In other than American shlpn- Ilouso Tim home oniereil two Inventl KiilloiiK One that an Inquiry nhotilil be made hue the iippnlnlmfnt by the president of rostmnvtrr John C arahnm of Provo City tUh and Postmaster Orion Hnillli nf Logan IlHh whn are tinder Imllctmcnt an pnlyitaml The other n Krnernl InvrxtlKatlon loIn the conduct of Urn Merrlam and the fnlteil Suttee army ulllcem during the Vnrdn i Idaho rlotn stud DUhnwiucnt thereto llllln worn Introduced to Rive homestead urs who ceneil In thin Hpiinlsh weir credll for the time nf their service to reorgan Ire the revenue cutler service Thin bill provide for the rank pity and rellrttnilil of olllrcm In the ervlce and similar to thus bill whirl tint several times punwi the senate The house iidjourmtl until Jan Senate Nearly all the time of the senate was taken ur tiy Senator Ilevrrldxc In an address willed favored the retention of Ihn Ililllpplm Irland by the ITnlted Slate Kovernmcnt lie wxa replied to by Senator Hoar houseNot In 1nhlnKlolI Jan 10RIIMr lIu- lInlrolullI a resoluttin f lniily rd- dressel In the depiirtlliTil of son at M the seizure of Amer m llvir y MiiJi nuthorltlea Itcaullful in l iirpi Mvp III bUll were y t he iifiiutc to UK memory ef thelate Vliv PjulKnt Ho hartIiouspAllaccllanetius bushiest nf minor Importance occupied the altenllnn of the him until oclock after which an hour devoted to etlloRlr uumn the life and public services of the lute Ilepresentallvi of Nebraska Then tho house nil jourmul until Friday VnnhlnKton Jan nHnnlrTho Phil ippine Policy was discussed by several srtmtnr Mr PvttlKrcw bitterly attacking the ndnunlKtrittlon The currency bill was further consldcretl Two lillbt wen passed tine conferring additional powers the director of the census and the ntlier increasing the limit of the cost nl the Indlnnapoll jiulillr billldhiK to I Uurq Adjournoil to Monday House Not In session SashliiRton Jan 18tINol In session House Mr CatehlnR Aflss wan sworn In its n member He unit been detained al tame since Cointreau convened The speaker laid before the house the reslRiiu linn nf John Walter Smith governor nl Maryland Mr Kulzer N Y then pre sented for Immediate consideration a roK olutlon for Ihe uppolnlment of sxclal eninmlltie nf nine member lo Inventl Rate the relations nf the secretary nf the treasury with certain Norlc national bank and thin transactions relative to the suite nf the New York custom house Objection wire made mid It went over The house iidjnurmd until MnndR- yIliiliiiiilp llnK e nl lloiiiiltilii Viisliinglon Ian 13 Thr xtiiti il has linen informed by Mr jlcywood Initril Stales 111111 lit Iliinnlulu under date of Inuuary that eight deaths have occurred fruits the bubonic plague nt Honolulu shire the last tolcraphlc report December its last which Hiiiiounccd three dent his front Unit cm isc Mr Ileywood also states that the entire city of Hono lulu In imnmtlne ICirrntliiii Slid Not TnUr Ilncr Norfolk Viit Tun IJwhl lo tin fuel that Walter Cotton the con lemiicd murder of Charles Vynlt t pro III citizen of Portsmouth if absent In the Dismal Hwniiip ills eve riiiion did nut lake jilacc No trace of thin iiiurdorer has been seen siume hula sleepy death watch permitted bin to cueape Rotund llulilicr u n llodnlrnd MnuchcKter X II Inn 13 Marion JoHnelyu discovered nn intruder in her home hint night and locked the front door while her ulster fastened the rear door The girls then caught thin robber bound him to n bedstead nod telephoned to the police The girls hcarchrd the thief mud torah H from him he haul rotund In oust of the rooms The robber wnSVete Itczoiiin who lusts n sentence of five ears hang fug user him Seiilolircd lu Triton Xew York Inn I3Lewis K hold Kinlth for years the assistant cashier of the Port Icrvlx N Y limit bank who pleaded guilty to an in dictmeiit licensing him of having stolen nbout 10MKX front that lustl tutlon iliiring the period beginning with April ISSN red ending on No vember 14 IStlH was lriday anus tmtuced to serve right years in the peniten tiary nt Slug Slug MnJ lolin II iiillirlc Dend llitlTnlo X Y Inn IX JIsiJlulus It iuthrie aged 15 ynrt died sud denly In this oily At the battle of Sari limn hill dipt hut hrltor thin 11th infantry wim wounded while lendhig his regiment up thin hilt niter slum coin nuilidlug oflleer 101orlhlaud lumen wounded He was invalided home He will be hllrlIII 1atersou X finite Lnr nud Itiililieil Her Philadelphia Pn Ian 11 Andrew W Iebreek vas in police court Fri day charged with the theft of VKi from Mrs Mary Viutors widow 17 He was brought here from Peru hid Mrs WinterK swore he made love to 5er and they became engaged and that he borrowed money and lied He says he robbed of the 100 III Chicago Purl laoicnl llnelliiK Iroplnlinril London Inn ITht quern hat proclnlmcil the meeting of parliament bur Inuuiiry llenubhcmn Inrly lrlucple MlnueapollH Ilmuinn IImwoot S Corner who represents thin national silver rcpuidicaii party in Its negotia tions with the democrats loud popu lists has just returned from n con ference f iintiimperialiHtsatChlengo ut whlen it wens agreed to hold a na tional meeting at Philadelphia on Feb ruary and another probably in Chi cago just before the ntinnnl republi can contention meutj At this lapel meeting It is thin intention to make n declaration that no party or candi simile opposed to the recognition of the minings shall receive Its support TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL lrmioii In till Inlrrnnllnnnl Srrlri to Jnnnnr lit IIMIII Irmrlilnit of John HIP flautist dOIDKN TKXT Treparo ye the aye- the Lord Iulo 14 rillIItttSON TKXT lnln J717 Then until bn lo the tniillltnilo thin fame forth to to baptized of hIm 0 genera lien of vipers who hath warned you tt lire from the wrath to cornel thing rorh tliorrfoic hulls worthy rcportarci and Login not to say vlthlr yourKelvef Vo have Abraham lo out father for soy unto you that Ooil li abut of thos stones to rilo up children unto Abraham Ard row alto the nx li laid unto the root of the trees every tree therefore which brtntoth iut forth Rood fruit li how down and east Into the tire end the people asked him saying What shall wo do then Ho ansveroth and salth unto them He that hath two coats let him Impart Ie him that hath none and ho that hath meat him do Ilkowlsn L 1thin camo also pulillcani to tic hap tlzed and said unto him Jlatcr what shall wo d01 Anti Ho sall unto them Exact no more than thai which Is appointed you II Aral the soldiers llkuwlio demanded of him saying Artl what shall we d07 And Ho iiiltl unto them Do violence to no man neither accuse any falicly and be content with your waves And HI tho yooph were In expecta lion ard all men mueed In their hearts of John whether he were tho Christ or rot John answered saying unto them all I indeed baptize you with water but ono mightier than cometh tho hatchet of whose shoes am not worthy to unloote He shall baptize you with the Holy Uhost oast wIth tire Vhjfc ran Is In Ills hand and Ho will lilt floor ned will gather ohafithellu will burn with fire NOTlS ANO 81X50 KST10NS Training of John the Ilai listOf the early life anti training of lolin the Hap list we know only that he wnsln the deserts luUc ISU At what nge he became a hermit or uhctlier Indeed tin word iiicnim more tlinn that he lived iulutv and uneventfully In the hill country of Judea where he sea born bike 119 10 we do not know Hut we khoulil rule law plain was John mode of life All four Gospels quote snore or less fully thin words at the opening of Ualnli 40 as applying to John anti the reason for this fact ap pears In lohn 123- lohns Irmolilng Ilepenlanee u John pnaelicd It was a turning away from sin lit rljthleollsnCliIi It leiiinnil rtl a wPlnjriifM to glee up all practices whleh were incnnslftloiit with the pees mace of Cods kingdom llaptlsm was Itn nnclenl tilt used In certain cases of cmmtlny Num and wan applied In proseyti who entered the Jewish fold It nits ihcrefnre a natural ymliol of cltnnilnR In preparation for living a clean life after repiiitance John KCCIIIS to have met first the derply Intrenched Jewish lila that for thorn no repentance win nrci tiry They repirrled Ilirir ilrsccnt from Alirnlinm iis a sum cleat Riiarnnty of talvition Johns words on Ilila point Iuke 38 were therefore very radical According to Matthew platt 37 they tiers direct oil toward the religious leathers of the Jews these leaders were the repre sentatives of the two chief sects the 1harUerH anti the Sadducees The funnier were the 1urltans of the time In profession though not In practice They tool great pains to observe the law and the traditions going beyond the literal command In their endeavor to render perfect obedience The Sail duceiR professed equal regard for the law lint were by no means so strict In their compliance with either Its let ter or what they regarded as Its spirit Johns Testimony The great sensa thou that John land created hula refer ences to the Kingdom of heaven as at hand and the nature of his teaching combined to lead manyof the Icwa to believe him to be the Messiah To those who questioned him however John made It evident that he thought or his own work ns merely preparatory Ills word lead IIi to suppose that he rxpeeled the work of Jesus to he vastly more sudden and sweeping than II actually was The same Idea finds sup port In the message which John after ward sent to Jesuit Matt 112 I Preparing lie uThe work of preparing or of repairing these roads In advance of the comingof a royal personage Is continued lo the present time At Hebron as our party entered the Holy Ural from the desert below we Were told ilauI tho crown prince of Aiittrla was just before us and that the word hml gout out from he Turkish authorities to prepare his way in ad vance At this our dragoman was tie lighted he wits sure that we would fluid the roads in excellent condition all the way northward Again mid again he said gratefully This road has been prepared for the prince wish there was always a prince before us TruinluHj Oriental Studies Weeing from rnlhDr flcorge Alma Smith In his Historical ic ography of the Holy Land gives a vivid picture of a lire In the Judean wilderness The rain during the short wet sensor induces a rank growth ol brambles and grasses In the hot mouths that follow these become very dry nntn tire otter kindled spreads with great rapidity It conies sweeping down before the wind almost like a fire on thin American prairies and before It the lizards and serp Its flee from their lulling places bencuih the stones Dr Smith remarks that such n scene may have suggested lo Ibis wilderness preacher the word In which he upbraid cd the Pharisees and Sadducees hO generation of rlpcrs who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come PRACTICAL Always there Is n voice crying Make ye ready the way of thin Lord What response are you making The way of the Lard can be made ready only by removing Injustice op priHnlon sin mil ull evil Those wlni say they repent must tiring forth fruits meal for irpcntance VliPti the peuple are In ngilattni we- lo not nndrrsiaiiil hose tranquillity to itor nrd when iliry are at peace M ii fi ir hull tranquillity can de putt li Urujere Yee LIIIs Tots Curnot stand opiates when attacked with Croup Whoo Cough and Colds Host lies Croup Cure is the remedy 00 dr Recruiting OmrerU the eommsiul came lire wheal would you dn hoseJudyTo Cure n Colil In n J far Lake Iixativo Ilromo Quiiilhn Tabled All druggists lefundmmncylf It taislocure c Horfeshoes brie Rood lurk it is MM fancytoTunes Democrat The Jerre Crrnrenl Only 24 hours to Now Orlenu Tho Queen A Crescent Is the shortest line ioiitb showingJvcws PUTNAM KAUKIKSH DYES produce nuyknownThe veracity of figures often depend iifion statisticianChicagoDaily We have not been without Pisos Cure for for years Lizzie Ferret Camp St Harrisburg la May 401 Irohahly the most difficult man in the world to please u the one who dncnt know what he wants Chicago Daily Sew lUlen Honey of Horehound and Tar re lievcM cough Pikes Toothache Drop Cure in one minute While thou livcit keep a good tongue in lby head btuwc peare TIIM MAUKUTM Clnclnnntl Jan MVK STOCK I attic comn 3 25 It 11A Select butcher 7i Ul CAIVKSKxtru 700 fi i ri- IIOQS Choice puckers 4 m It t 6i Mixed packer to tf m Light 13 Si 6- 0flllKKIChnlce 100 tllLAMMS Kxtrit ecu It 6 3- 1FMjrilHiirliKC patent373 hintOIIAIN Wh It 71St fso 3 red t f2 Com No 2 mixed i 3T- hOatsNo Tilxeil to I tt 6lli- 1ltOV1SIONSllesepurk till iJtnl if 5 7- d1111holm timothy 1123 fIll uUlTTKUChoIco dairy U 31 Choice rromer Ot1 50iOTAf01CHICAGO FIXtll Winter iKitcnt SO QI 5- 3OIlAINVhoit No I red tt No 2 Chicago spring Mitt W- COHNNo I If 31- VOATKNo t 2- 11OHK Mw 8 940 r107i- LAllUSteum 5W 6 IfjI tINETS YOm riOtPWlnter itcnt 3 al 73 WIIKAT No 2 reO tl 75i4 COIIN No 2 mixed tv IPI OATHNO UYI4 11 stbury POUICMCM 1209 Hl3 M IIRDSteam St 1111r1MoIIE KLOtrilramlly 301 U JM NBoulhcni i Corn Mixed JltrOiitN Nn 2 while30uttfItye No 2 western wi U iJ- CATlM First quality fr W HOGS Western if 5 00 CHAIN Wheat INDIANAPOLIS No 2 red ff C7i4 CornNo 2 mixed teo-OnlNo 2t41LOUISILLJ fLOUItWlnler patent 3 fl cmAINWhcatNo 2 red 1It M QOatsuixed 2554 9 50 LAItDSteamrip so DROPsI PREME PILES WllllamV will ItchingPlies allars dloJmnd Prop Slut law non OF LIeE = 1lCl ICeeps JViy Hair Soft= rI hive used Hair Vigor for vc years andam greatly plcsscd It certainly originalcolor to gray It keeps my hair soft and smooth quickly of some of humor of the scalp mother used your Hair Vigor for some twenty years and liked it very KilkennyNew if T Used Twenty Years We do know of anyother hair has been used in one for twenty youBut 1 Vigor has been restoring to pray hair for fifty years and it never fails to do work either You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling scalpdeaning the hair grow rich and long a Mile AlIInuWl Write the Doctor- If do all yea YgorwritethoDoctoraboutlt Dr C AvrB Lowsll Mass us Now t81 also 9eeG o FOR 14 CENTSWe wlih topitathlerafed0- ne ciitomrr end nrnc tnrr eil7 irJrn neat Ireklltlt Emraldeaenmbrne II lAUroMnMtrkrtLttliictlt ttrawbrrr lit ItsdlhvII Cahgu IlrlllaniFlowerbedy m f 100 rot II fTw 100111- m1I roe free with out gratCatalog alt1I about SALUIS Mil Dpoarrclptollhlinollrr 4l4c tftropa tetodleyourtredeaaO sentreedIarUTomtoOIatoDrtb11I1 Ns 1 I PATENTS under towers Send Inventors and Protect Your lde Mllo II Mrrriii 110 IrlmerIlaudLfctrot IMI Cblo AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY GENERALLY IWe nerd your atslttance In announclnff the world the GREATEST REMEDY that clcncs has ever produced and need our assistance to secure relief for yourself and friends IQuerld1110 will 5 DROPS unfailingly conquer all like Rheumatism Sciatica Neuralgia Catarrh ol all kinds ASTHMA Dyspepsia Backache Sleeplessness Nervousness Heart Weakness Toothache Earache Creeping Numbness User and Kidney Troubles etc etc or any disease for 3 DROPS Is the name and the dose 5 BonchillIfectly harmless It does not contain Sallcylate of Soda nor form The Child can use It as well as the Adult Read carefully what Mr L Smith of HI Dorado Spring date of 37 Marian of CaraKhar Ohio MrloD ctiiu ke Wnthluuion to NEURALGIAunder date of Dec luh 1S9- Vldonotknowhowloc pre ffDKOFH Ietywilh9EDIIA1OIA and lbu ht for TUAtiE NAulkia moNblhntwoutdhatetodle Unedar a ladr to see m and me an adrlIemlnt or jour tutors Iresolvedtotrystandecnttoraamplebottle been taking for thr weeSt and Ienot had an of Battering took brouibtIlist ltbattavedmlfe This true aw take plenourp In Tour in Itltllt for the cure UUdMlTH Itl Dorado Springs Mo Nov Tour UROrSeamotohandonlholtlhoflauniontliaml was glad for was the time m palo on hon nollco Idles than m RHEUMATISMtoner rains alt over my when nisi ht my font Iho nuor wit bout JOI1I13IUltUSI1I1IlJI J1AUTAM1UWKIH ATI SSI inn cnt norlldntlll mire at least a trUI we wilt rend a Irattlr prt paldbymalifor25e Asample bottle will jtu AIM Urge kuttlci lJOOdoed IIWS tialtlriforSk Sold l yu and agent Gun I5Trrlaq Dnnt vnlt ICritenewt MWAXSOV ItlirCMVTIO CUHE to 101 Luke tit t 4 t i I NeHESTER1 I Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and New RIVAL loaded with Black powder Superior to 1 other brands for- UNIFORMITY RELIABILITY AND SHOOTING QUALM lES i Winchester Shells are for sale all dealers Insist j having them when you you get bestrSSS SSWSSifBP wvw y5 Mt w o v Iir Pile Ointment cure Illlnd tuition the Itch lug at ouro acts a poultlr Itchlngof the priute- parts AtdrudliKOr hr mull nn Of trite Cents anil WILLIAMS 4IKO CLIVILJIM OU1O In a with KRAUSERS SMOKE Sled p r cleaner- sweeten amlarrlkrntholdas j Send fat 1inACsklsJnuoauuPa h r 0 5f 1TdlNl t neat Cough saatea nod Use In umd 9uW by druggirt- eb t your restores the hair t cured me kind My not preparation that Hair color this you not obtain the lcneflts I I Ripe I Worth Above P worth for llranche a C you diseases ommend It K t I attack to recelre K I suaering with untold batty lo stated DKOPS temple rontlnrt HiSTtDI CO IOU t all STRONG by llpct buy and will the tSS ni Indian as receipt Cluo Kbiokrd Syrup J IIKADKIIH OK Tills PAPKR IIIUIIIINO TO ANYTIIISa ADVKIITISKI IN ITS COLUMNS illOLU INSIST tiHN IIAV1NO WIIATTI1UV ASIC FOIl HKKUS1NQ ALL SlDSTITCTK 1011 IMITATIONS ICKIEtillIK Illasthe endorsement of the I S Covctnmeiil end all Ihe Leading Railroads ll9 glreaRere lloiUnf tImenlva and tO tIIrunlOot I ro l r II uiN gxt xpSS but AInnUS A N K E if3D iriltM VIIITIU TO AIIVKIITIMKIIHp- l itule Ihitl you us Uo AJVorlllO mWl la tbls uui c4 Ralph Ringwood Truo Story of a Kontucky Plonoor OmUnuaJ fmm bMee1 It militated somowhat ngaiust tllo Bolfindopendont ecurso I had so proudly or rather conceitedly nmr ed out for myself but it would onnbl mo to enter more advantageously upon my legal career I talked ovor the matter with the lovely girl to whom 1 was engaged Sho sided in opinion with my father nnd talked so disintoresi edly yet tenderly that if possible I loved her more than ever I roltn tautly therefore agreed to go to col logo for a couple of years though it must necessarily postpone our unior Scarcely had I formed this resolution when her mother wns talOn ill and died leaving her without n pro tector This again altered all my plans I felt ns if I could protect her I gave up nil idea cf collegiate studies pursuaded myself that by dint of industry and application I might overcome tho deficiencies of education and resolved to take out n license as soon as possible That very autumn I was admitted to tho bar and within a month after ward was married We had not been married many days when court was heM at a coun ty town about twentyfive miles distant It was necessary for mo to go there and put myself in the way of business but how was I to got I had expendedall my means on our es tablishuient and then it was hard parting with my wife so soon alter marriage However go I must Money must be made or we should soon have the wolf at tho door lacborrowed horse and bor rowed a littlcash and rode from my door leaving my wife standing at it and waving her hand after me The next morning tho court open ed I took my seat among tho law yers but felt as a mere spectator not having a suit in progress or prospect nor having any idea where wns to como from In the course of the morning a nun was put at the bar charged with passing conn torfit money and Ie was ready for trial He answered in thoI negative He had been confined place where thero wero no lawyers and had not had tho opportunity of consulting any He was told to choose counsel from the lawyers present and bo ready for trial on tho fol lowing day Ho looked round tho thunIIderstrucka nI beardless youngster unpractised the bar unknown I felt diffident yet delighted and could have hugged the rascal Before leaving the court he gave me one hundred dollars in a bug as a retaining fee I couldscarcely be hove my senses it seemed u dream The heaviness of the fee spoke but lightly in favor of Inn inno cence but that was no affair orn ne I was to be advocate not judge nor I followed him to jail and learned from him all tho particulars of his case thence to the clerks of fice and took minutes of tho indictment I then examined the law on the subject and prepared my brief in my room All this occupied mo un til midnight when I went to my bed and tried to sleep It was all in vain Never in my lift was I more wido awake A host of thoughts and fancies kept rushing through my mind tho shower of gold that had so unex pectedly fallen into my lap the idea of my poor little wife at home that I was to astonish with my good for tunel But then the awful responsi bility I had undertaken to speak for the first time in a strange court tho expectations the culprit had evi dently formed of talents all these and a crowd of similar notions kept whirling through my mind I tossed about al night fearing the morning would find me exhausted and incom petent in a word tho day dawned on mo a miserable fellow I got up feverish and nervous I walked out before breakfast striving tranquilizemorning the air was pure and frosty I bathed my forehead and my hands in a beautiful running streams j but I QuId not allay the fever heat that raged within I returned to break fast but could not emit A single cup of coffoe formed repast It was timo to go to court and 1 went thero with a throbbing heart I baliovo if thathoughtsofmylittle should have back to the man his hundred dollars mend relinquished tho cause I took seat looking I am convinced more like a culprit than the rogue I was to defend When the time came for mo to speak my heart died within me I rose ombarrased and dismayed and stam wentIwas going down hill Just then the public prosecutor a man of talents mado a sarcastic remark on some mydiffidencepromptness and bitterness for I felt the cruelty of such an attack a novice in my situation I carried the case through triumphantly and acquittedThis of me From that time forward I never lacked for a case and was able to keep my fam ily in good circumstances rnf 4 The Counties Estill County Locust H ran cli A lino girl was horn recently to Mr antI Mrs Jas Skinner John II Bieknoll has moved n now saw mill to his fart mud expects to do great business in logs nnd lun ber Christmas wns so quiet here that it passed almost unnoticed K L Richardson was n guest of Elby Bicknellrecently John Gentry was tho test of Eli sha Bieknoll last week Miss Lucy Bicknell visited Miss Nnnnio Bicknell last week During tho past week n good ninny people on Red Lick creek have been busy moving Mrs Cynthia Bicknoll received a handsome rockiugchair for taking the most eggs to C C Chadwell Sho took 505 dozen in n year D F Click visited your correspon dent recently Clay County Grace Mr Rice of Bunkham was hero recently W M Murray is very busy now in his store business Isaac Stapleton and wife have been reunited after a weeks separation John A Murray bas been very sick but tho doctor says ho is now better Mrs Eliza Riggs fellanti broke two ribs during tho recent cold time W T Brigmon and family returned home Saturday after a visit with relatives Rev Perry Smith of Livingston passed through hero last week on his way to Brighams Chapel Helen Brigmon returned home from Burning Springs on n visit Sho oxpects to go backseats T J Johnson was here Wednes day trying to get up a school for his daughter Miss Bessie JohnsonIR B Houses school closed hero lately Ho has conducted n good school and we hope to have others like Tho three Murray boys Ed Bob and John were taken up recentlyon a charge of conspiracy but wero ac quitted when they came to trial Ogle Wash Davidson visited Miss Maria Swafford last Sundayweek T F Clark visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday of last week Thomas May was cut in tho nnn at Manchester last Sundayweek Ed Frederick visited friends on Mar tins Creek Thursday and Friday of last week Maria and Ellen Swafford have moved into tho house with their brother Daniel Joseph Lewis shot and killed Fin hey Freyman last week Tuesday It was said to be accidental- At the recent trial of the Mays and Lewises General May was shot in the back and Elijah Lewis in the arm Recovery is doubtful Bright Shade Silas Wagers of Manchester visited his homo near hero Thursday and Friday of last week Mr and Mrs Robert Grear spent a few days here recently Silas Wagers lost a cow last week Elhano Smith is slowly improving after severe sickness Onodia John Campbell has moved his family to Ouedia Reuters near this placo are busy preparing for their crops Tho Mamre Baptist school is pro greasing nicelywith about seventy five students Mrs Sam Burns Mrs A II Burns Alex Burns child and John Davidsons child nro sick at present Robert Hacker says ho will finish his logging job soon Burns and Peters have bought the stockof goods formerly owned by Robert Carnahan on Bullskin Owsley County Sturgeon John Russell nud his brother of Wolf are in Owsloy spending a few days Robert Evans is very sick at this writing Tho doctor says it is duo to coldMr Garretts school nt Roynl Oak is doing well Garrett is a wide awake uptodate eneagetic teacher and knows his work and how to do sameMr Cranks son Henry ncci lently shot himself last Monday by having a revolver in his pocket while chopping wood his axo handle striking tho pistol and it fired in his pocket the shot passing into his thigh The wound is thought not fatal j Robert Brnudonburgh who ncci dcntly shot himslf somo time ago is thought will not recover Mr Henry Isaacs line a full school nt ElkLick school house number lit Ho is n teacher of long and varied experience nnd knows how to break wild colts und mako good citizens o f them Ho is so kind and gentle anti and patient with tho little folks and never fails to win their confidence love and never fails to succeed as II teacher in tho common schools Sturgeon Jeff Conrads wife is very sick and has been so for several days Jas G Wilson Jr will soon commence moving to his farm in Jackson that ho has recently bought Tho people of this section are commencing farm work for the next crop by repairing fences Brother Jas Creech preaches nl Travelers Rest every Thursday night He is young in the work but we hope ho will do well G W Gnrrott another good teach er has taken up school at Regal Oak District District number 17 We hopo he will bo successful in hii work Rev C W Hamilton of Island Creek who has been blind for many years is very low of pneumonia fever amid the doctor thinks there is very lit tle hope of his recovery Henry Isaac of Buck Creek is teaching school this winter at Elk Lick school house District number 13 and has J 1I pupils Henry Isaacs always as good school and is u suc cessful teacher Ills heart is in the work Gnhhard One of Edward Gabbards little boys has tho fever Edward hns had tho fever but is now on tho mend Several of the boys and girls of this County are attending school at Borea Collego this winter Your correspondent wishes thom all success Joseph and Willio Herndon of Boonoville passed through here Thursday on their way homo from Buffalo where they had been on busi ness Jacob Gabbard Sr is the oldest citizen of this place being now 87 years of ago Mr Gabbard is very strong to be as old as ho is but is failing in eyesight Ho was born in Washington Co Va in 1813 carne here in early youth and has lived hero ever since Mr Gabbard has five children three sons and two daughters Jackson County CollliiKMVortli A P Gabbard is building a steam millJ C Powell sold Marion Coylo some hogs at 31 cents lIon W H Culton of Frankfort is here on a business trip James Gabbard has been appointed Deputy Sheriff undor G A Jones Henry Bishop and three ladies from Indiana passed through here en route to Clay on a visit Rufus Callohnn and Miss Abbie McCollum of McKee were married last Thursday Several of out citizens wore sum moned to Frankfort Monday to testi fy in contests there Samuel Standifer of Perry county line purchased J C Powells Clover Bottom farm for SSOO cash Circuit court is just over at McKee Three men received penitentiary sentences for horse stealing A S McGuire and son of Lincoln county passed through hero going to tho mountains to buy cattle and unties Carter Moore of Welchburg and Miss Fannie Jones of Tyner were married last Thursday at tho resi tloiico of tho brides father Clover Bottom Sheridan Ballard is building n new tl well ing- Several of our young folks have tho whoopingcoughMajor says ho is going to Illinois next March Viola Click wont to Berea last week to attend school John Dean and Frank Abnoy have gone to Annvillo to school Miss Nannio Hatfield will go to Boren soon to attend school Time infant son of Mr and Mrs Edward Baker died last week Peter Bartlot of Richmond passed through hero enrouto for McKee Rev Parsons preached at Kirby Knob last Saturday and Sunday Mr Crawford of Illinois visited relatives here during Christmas re turning homo last week SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS I THE HOME IMItol liy line IAn ITTNAH tmtclitr In Jltren eoliEe ItciHilnts for Long Living Fix deeply in iniiul tine grand truth that lifopowor rules the body amid that it alone can curo disease Life powor livus upon air water fowl only nil also in hurtful Muko clonnlincs your motto nn watch against filth in both house amid grounds Pow starve for food but many fo air Breathe deeply a hundred time daily Wear no tight clothes Above nil ventilate your eluepiug room Bownrn of gluttony If tho nppc tito is dull eat fruit only or emit uoth ing Use no fiery condiments hut live chiefly on natural grains vegc tables and fruits Never ask your stomach to chew your food emplo your teeth Adorn your table not only with viands hut with lowers and smiles and with kindly words Deformity is not awkwardness only limit danger A high chest will give freedom to breathing and digestion helps to cure moray diseases Shun utiimiluntff and drugs ns you do pestilence For ten and coffee drink hot water and in illness let tin same magic fluid be your physic Thick blood causes colds and countless other diseases Keep tho luugt active by deep breathing the skin hy baths and friction tho kidney by fret drafts of warm water the bowels bj correct eating mud the blood will lx pureSpend part of ouch day in museulai work part in study and part in goad deeds to men and in the worship of God Pennsylvania School Journal Thought for the Quiet tour lie whoso yesterday is full of industry ambition full of l woks nnd conversation and culture will find his happinesslcross tho thyme system nnd nil who by preaching are hiding tho meaning of this emblem nro concealing the mean ing of tho gospel itself Manna Yesterday is yours no longer tomorrow may never be yours hut today is yours tho living present is yours and in the living present you may stretch forward to tune things that are btforeF W Fnrrar- Tia an absolute and as it were a divine perfection for n man to know how loyally to enjoy his being Wo seek other conditions by reason wo do not understand the use of our own and go out of ourselves because wo know not how there to reside MontaignoNo over yet asked to bo as the days pass by more noble and sweet and pure and heavenly minded no man has yet prayed that the evil spit its of hatred nnd pride and passion and woolliness might ho cast out of his soul without his petition being granted and granted to tho letter And with all other gifts God then civos us his own self besides lie makes us know him and love him and live in huhltlF W Farrar A CIIANCK FOIL- EYEItYIIODY THE SCHOOL Ktlltrtl by MM liuiA It Dean ol tb Normal Department Mores tolmige lam tho Cupboard What an iuterosting timo wo- should have if solo day the thing in time pantry or tho corner cuplnxin should ho found talking each in the language of its country Salt being common one of our daily com punions indeed should ho bean first What a story it could toll of time world whence it isrtaken out in grunt masses mend ii clean timid is white though found underground Perhaps it would toll the story of the great salt mill hunt is said to bo somewhere in tho hot grindsIsea a brine Tho pepper box stands near the saltshaker they are warm friends at least tho salt always speaks so of popper They are in no way related though and popper tells of the sunny isles where grew the troos that love him Then cloves come from tho snide plnco and has an interesting story to- tell of the real difference Imtwecn itself and jnpper limo latter is of a tree whllo the former IItholtdimproved ilowerbud of the clove tree And hero is some cinnamon It is time inner hark of a tnt found III Ceylon and other tropical countries and tells of peoples nnd rights that would bt very queer to us Then the coffee I think that most of it is speaking MexicanSpanish much of it is grown and picked by Mexicans in our neighbor country Tho ten would bo speaking Chi nese sc we shouldmi t ho able to tellwluern one word ended and nnother started Rico is a neighlx of ours and ourpwusunnySouthland the veto of tho glob o link and we stn the low lands of Florida covered with growing rico to which then birds are helping themselves us tho whins do to cherries in tho North The sugar too telU n story famil bur to mot of but one worth rend ing up to see if wo really know tho various stages through which cane l1ilU must pass tor perhaps it is tout juice before we can have white sugar on our tables dud lucre is which seems ono or tho most wonderful things that ever tomes to our tables Just thinkof tho work tho daily toilof thousands of little tars before we can have their store so wonderfully canned no economically packed perfectly compounded so sweet that the word is a nynonyinn for much lI1prIMWhatthe onl14110noyl Sugar is not half o expressive Lasses does very well for tho wee girlie in the sto ry wouldnt havo the wearing qualities of Honey The corner cupboard has more things in it next time I think that we must lot one talkwhile the rest listen sort of a Tuesday planChocolate t hinda chance to speak at all sad wants to make a speechabout himself Did you ever notice thnt almost anybody becomes eloquent on the suljectselfBut Hours now out of the and learn some lessons storiesflatlimit we shall come back after study hours for somo crackers and jam THE FARM IMltal by 8 C MAMIN lroftIHIt ol ttortl culture linen Cutttf- vCnwpctiH for Swine nml Cattle When cowpens nro for green inn rum it is nu excellent practice to turn hogs into tho fields about time time tho first pens are ripening Young pigs thrive nmningly on time succu lent foliage and woll filled pods nut tho quality of tho pork raised on such u healthful and nutritious diet is very flue This is a very profitable preIparillgor sorghum for market An micro of ripening cowpens will pasture from 1I1Jlrnljthat period will more than counterbalance tho fertilizing value of the forage eaten Tho rapid increase in weight will thus represent so much clear profit and tho farmer is richer by half a ton or more of prime pork for every micro planted Chickens nud turkeys nlso tnt tho ripe pens and do well upon them Cattle nnd her sox are sometimes pastured on them but the safer and more economical way of fowling cowpea vines to such stock is to cut or pull and ford laid wilted Thero will lie less wasteand do struct ion from trampling and if each animal Is given only FO much as it cnn eat clean tho greatest economy us well as tho greatest profits will result Fur thormorc cattle and hrcp ore liable to Mall if allowed to cat too rnvichly of cowpea vines or other rich succulent forage mid by using it as- a soiling crop the danger may he moro readily controlled nnd loss pro vented Tho report tins been sent out from ROIIIP of tho Northern cxi per intent stations where thin forage plant is not otdinarily cultivated that cattle will not eat the green vin IItnntllIhave scan Western horses nnd jonioi that would not touch ml clover or n grain ration of oats nnd have heard of Eastern stock that would not eat alfalfa hay limit these few odveivo cases do not Provo that red clover ul fnlfn and oats are not good forage With time cowpen tho case is similar It is very rarely thnt any Southern planter reports that this forage in rev fused by any kind of stock In tho Gulf States cowpeas will probably give nn average yield of 2 to 3 tons per acre while J to 0 tons ore not uncommon Farther North the average yield will tango from 11 tons in Ohio to 21 terns in Arkansas tits souriand Tennessee Along the Gulf it is ono of tho least hay crops North of time lattitudo of tho Ohio Hivur it is chiefly valuable as an ad dition to the list of drouthrestraint smnmar soiling crops anti as a crop that will yielda considerable amount of forage on soil too sterile to grow red clover Tho commercial value runs from G to t20 j ortou Icing governed by the relative abun dance of other grades of hay and fodder Its feeding value is equal to thnt of the bout red clover and tho hay ranks high in palatability end digestibility ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE nUlsntuIOver UO teachers 700 studcntH from UO states nest Library in Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllclcntly advanced to Jet a teachers certificate- I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Irintingtwo years IL Model Schools preparing for Normal cold tho courses For those sufficiently advanced to got n teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry otctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking eretwo years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course fouryears fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced Courses Classical Philosophical mid Literary Adjunct Departments VIII MusioIleed Organ Choral free Vocal linno Theory IX Berca General Hospftnl Two years course iu tho care of tho sick Bflrea places the best education in reach of all It is not n monoymaking institution Its instruction Is a free gift It aims to those who value education and will help themselves charges u small incidental foe to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 24 about half of which must be paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information orjritndly advice address the Vice2reiMcnt GEO T PAIROIIILD LL D f Derea Madison Co Ky