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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r N1N N1N a Tear Devoted to the of the Home School and Farm BOciT II BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 21 1900 NO 3Z THE CITIZEN T 0 PASCO K1IITOK mul MANAOKIl Published at tbe mare of THIS CITIZEN Itorcii Ky- Kiitrml at V Pmtofflrt nl Brrta Ajr 01 irmnit dan maltmatter IDEAS The hanloit argument to beat i ailenco A man who knows it all has the most to learn If you do not know what to say say it- Many people are completely wrapp ed up in a bull of twine Sonia people give according to their moan anil others according t their meanness People do not often profit by tho mistakes of others Iwcauno they are busy making iniHtakes of their own The Wide World Tho latest news from South Airier says that COIL Huller forces after Saturday and Sunday have succeeded in driving the Bourn back about five miles and have captured five Boor positions The bombard ment of Mafoking is Hteadily continu edSupplies for the are II tl 6115tFormer consul Macrum from Transvaal in reported on his way i thin country hearing a letter to Pre McKinley from I ref Krugur Five companies of thoMth aud Kith had a battle Saturday in Batangits provicc losing ono and three iusttrgattsTho i near Santa Cruz Roconl nose indicates thn the Brit- Ish are slowly and surely closing in on surrollndingthoan Our CountryI- n the senate this week most of the time will bo given to speocluwi on the Financial Bill and the Philippines Tho two reports on tho Quay caxo are now up In thn Houno tho Roberta case was called yesterday for final debate Tho vote will bo taken to morrow at 430 p in A nlaM meeting expressing sym pathy for tho Boers was held Sunday night and speech were made b several Senators and Representatives- Minors and mineoperators in con vention at to eachan7 agreement as to a scale of operators claim that tho minor too much hillllroitlingfor11111800or at least during the present Congress A trainload of beef for tho Boors was recently purchased in Chicago STATE NEWS Another bribery case is expected to bo exposed soon at Frankfort The Republicans tried to bribe a Democrat it is claimed Tho Grand Jury is investigating Col Colson seems to be improving anti will doubtless get well Pension Agent Combs and Collect WashlugtonUMcKinley about tho situation of Ken lucky politics as both are known to have consulted Oov Taylor and former Oov Bradley before going Tho contests nt Frankfort drag along seating Democrats whorovnr that is possible according to the makeup of tho gtJorl1lnonthllildin to bo introduced by Congressman D II Smith County News Mttdison quarterly court convened Monday The case of Ashor vs Tho Southern Lumber Co for 16000 is on in cir cuit court It is expected to con sumo tho whole week bolero it goes to tho jury A new disease called paralytic in digestion is sail to bo killing mules in this trod adjoining counties reports that three iudictnleutsHavre boon found against peoplo who sold examination papers last summer smallpoxfsthat tho disease though in n light form shall not spread Several cas es of supposed smallpox are re ported there but all are so light that they causo very litho uneasiness or sickness NN1INNNNINNNNNNNNN1TIDE CITIZEN IDOc PERSONAL Mtiltton To M livery lIIt proenl Fred Hurt was up from Conway Friday Iteiibrn Preston hex Uiii quite low for Mrvrnl days Mn I Itoblnwjii tin been nulto tick fur the rout ten deyx Dr Patli went to Itlchmond RattmUy and Dr lu k went SlmulayiJotcpli II Inniuni went to Jacknoli count reo ccutly to itvt out iokni Mrs Frank June came up from Scaffold Cniia 84liiril to rlult rcUtlvw hero John llunlrlt went to Jcoritetimn Ky Butiir diy morning Ui cnlvrdioriccltmii colltgu Thomas Klniulrd of WnlUtvlnn ii talking of toeing to Uerell to ulucflte liliiUuxhler- Tlioiniwu of IU Vernon war here Monday lakliuc orders frutn our mcrciiMiitn It C ItlclmrdMiii and dniiKhleri Mlwcs Enle and Sley went to lcxlnston to visit rcUtlven- Mn Jolt Itunjron arrived Friday from ton don where khe hat Iwtn living forsomo tliuv- JOMI IUI Iondcr of flldell Clay county visit ed lilt daughter Mrs T ltobln on hit wok protratcelOmeetings Mr William of Mt Vernon trawler for Neat KIchnrilMiu mud Co of Louisville wat here Thursday tIiIIamA Italklnlnuvelldsfsndlyto Scaf fold Cano Saturday He will sew for II Klawr a Co at then plate AT llth Mcntto Klchmond and Intends to vlilt Cincinnati and Ixiitlivllle before he re turns He It looking up the muter for tie tanbark end states Mr andMri Williams arrived In town Wed 1nrwley That rame neon Lathe rounty whrre Mr WlllUmi his tarn teaching They are lie Iraq about three tnllc from llcrea S Welch Jr II N Welch Wm Shocklcy and tlrren Uabbard were among the Herca vUll psinalltlehmoad Ilili week WIT Welch ap Lanu1bee 11UII an Inunlty warrant Kllli Seal returned Wednesday from a trip to YrallklllrtIIIIa he wai a wltnew of the Col 0snnNcouahalnaglntheCaplmllluleh Like all the rest Mils raw for shelter when the firing began and fortunately rraehoi It Rev James W Italn of Dayton U and Dr W llarton of Oak risk III arrived hrru yesterday to remain freest itayi lire lUIu lectured last night on Ujht and Hhadowa of American Life Dr llarton rxperlt to sptnil some time lu the muumuus before returning to hit hone T J Coyle ywc through Herra Thunday on hit way to Richmond lie nporta all quirt In Jackion rowdy and that a telephone line ron meting lIfT and McKre anti Intermediate Volntt It being propo d Such an enterprise would pay well busbies being of great value to people along the road Her Hawkins clonl Iou Heelings at the Set ond church Friday iiliht and returned to his home In Lexington The meeting mulUi In much goal among our people Bro Fee preach ed UM Saturday and Sunday nights to very lug hours lilt voice was stronger than usual lie spite hit death mrVy LOCALS Paper at the printingoffice Horse for solo CITIZEN office nporat tho printingoffice POt lUlutwo bicycles at tlOand l2rat CITIZEN office Paporat tho printingoffice John W Burdett a few of his friends at a quiet spread last Friday night before leaving for Georgetown Paper at tho printingoffice W H Cole former student of Berea is now editor of tho Wellington 0 Observer succeeding R Leo Waldon also a former student lnor- oPaperat the printingoffice Mr J W Stephens the accommo dating agent of the LLl N here in formed us that his road did a busi ness of over 19000 Pretty good to a small town Pttjwr at tho printingoffice W F Kidd is having his store remodeled and painted T T Sim mons is doing the painting J J Brauaman is having his storeroom remodeled also Paperat the printingoffice Advertising paysLnst week Walter Bogie advertised for a stray mule colt and bolero TIrE CITIZEN was even mailed tho colt was found and report made to tho this paper Who says ads dont pay Cull on Robinson tho Jeweler for cutlery fine watches and jewelry tot let articles and fancy goods of all kinds Nice Hue of lamps alarm clocks etc Agent for Lyon DlIllI Hoalys musical instruments Last week while Mrs Dr Cornelius and Bert worn out driving the coup ling of tho buggy broko and the horse went off with tho front wheels Tho occupants of tho hubby wero thrown out into the mud but wore hurtDeputy sherriff Terrell from Richmond Saturday chargedi fill a toad for Sam Moran with unlawfully entering Coylo Bros store Alter some delay tho bond was finally signed by A T Fish r A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter t Season in Mens and Boys FinetStylish Made t OLOTE3ING I t Y7K are prepared to cloth you with the Ixjwe tprlml rlsluly made absolutely allwool Clothing In America nightlymade at It b of fainou Vitals llrand t the only readytowear Clothing Tailored on aUrlctly dentine basis In clean well ventilated workrooms Ierfecl flttlngand warftIblllllf IKXHUM the Inside the Vitals the very life of garment In carcfulncM In making rcprccctiti the ex hendltureof time situ thought and U a decided contrast to the tailoring ace In ordinary readyto wear Clothing The Fabrics that we show are the very uewrtt lr lKiit that wilt seen this teaMin Many OIIlncd excluilvely to in In the face of the aloft fart The most extraordinary feature combining our grout offer Ia that we term and do tell our Clothing at at LESS MONEY Than cliw liore How mil we afford to sell tuck highgrade Clothing for 1cm money than clww here Our answer It pure and simple Onrilia modern tore conttructed strictly on pruvrrulve plans our Clothing U told on the smallest margin of proflt drpendiuxialarge volume or tnmlnru The more Clothing we sell the greater our pnrelu rag wet the lower our priers thaft the story In a nutshell COVINGTON MITCHELL o RIOHMON KENTUCKY nwl Monday evening from four to seven Miss Grace Cornolius eulortaiiiotl a ninnlKT of her young friends nt n party in honor of her birthday Dainty refreshments wore served and all the guests enjoyed themselves thoroughly T A Robinson hns in his posses sion what is evidently a campaign badge of tho LincolnDonglaBs cam paign in 1SGO Tho badge is for a Douglas sympathizer as it bears on it tho names of Douglas and Johnson and tho ditto 18CO A very useful and instructive School Calendar from the American Book Company Cincinnati has just been received at this office Tho Company writes that It willsend free of charge ono copy of this talon dar to each teacher and school ollicor applying for it E G Siggors Patent Lawyer Washington D C whose ad appears in our columns publishes a valuable copyrighted book entitled Mow to Obtain Patent Cavoat Trade Murk Copyright Protection with decisions in Leading Patent Cases A copy will bo sent free to any address Drs Cornelius Davis and Robin son operated upon Leonard Robin- sonson of T A Robinson last Thursday removing from the ankle two loose pintos of bone which had given tho little fellow considerable pain and suffering The injury is supposed to bo tho result of a bruise received somo two years ago At last report tho boy seemed to be im proving and it is hoped that he will be permanently restored John B Gnbbard Sen diedat his homo near Berea last Wednesday night pneumonia fever He was about sixty years old and was a havingrjoined tho army along with many of his kinsfolk in this region Tho do ceased was a brother of L C Gab bard M J Gobbard Jas M Gab bard and has many other relatives in this and adjoining counties Tho interment was Friday evening in tho Harrison buryinggrouud Recruiting Office Loxington Ky Editor CITIZEN The Philippine regiments being full I am now recruiting for home regi ments only and men can enlist and io sent to any of the following places Second infantry Fort Thomas Ky First Artillery light battery Fort Sam Houston Texas Fourth Artillery Fort Hunt Va Batallion Engineers Willotts Point N Y Jopitnl corps Prosido San Francis co Cal It is the desire of tho war do Kutment to fill those regiments us soon as posiblo and any notice you may give will bo appreciated Respectfully Jos L DONOVAN 1st lieut llth Inf Recruiting Officer r STINTSADVICE AS PATENTABILITY BookUowtoobUlolatcnU Notice In Invcutlve Age DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS ODTAINEDFREEb CAdrpearnoderalNofeetill patent la aecure4 Letters tricn confidential Addra5 E D5IGOERS la o Washlegton C Paper at the printingoffice- A number of our students wont to Richmond last printingolliceI people spent a very pleasant time Thurs day evening at the home of Mr Cas sins Crooko and and Mss Margaret Crooke of Kingston Tho gathering was in honor of Miss Harris of Mis souri a cousin of tho host and host ess Tho evening wag very pleawont ly spout with music mid games an nice refreshments were served Among tho guesfs were Miss Anna Ellistou of MU Zion aud Mr Harris of Richmond Berea people who at tended wore Miss Hanson Misses Jennie and Anna Hanson Ethel Putnam Addio Fish Phamey Richard son Messrs C F and C L Hanson K E Paddock IL II Johnston and E A Chapin One Dollar Saved is two dollars made Our Modern Ideas enable us to fill your painful teeth with comfort and your uncertain with satisfaction We will como as near giving you painless Dentistry us pos sible and for loss money than can get tho same class of workelsewhere Wo d- oCareful Gentle Work Lasting in its effects and moderate in tho cost Teeth extracted 25 cts Finest alloy fills 75 Fine gold fills 150 A good sot of troth 600 Allother work at reasonable prices Write for any other information to DR HOBSONRichmond Ky Office Ground floor next door to the Government Building in the Hobson iNN NNNNNNNN Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZENmay also Me Toledo Blade or Tie Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year All for 100a year Dont Miss It Come at Once 1 Allsubscriptions must como through THE 19 d 2Wb- wrNNNINN1NN111NNNNNM rAN INDEPENDENT NNNN L WEEKLY II II II II Interests JANUARY fighting Transvaal committees entertained recently Saturday Building JENNESS SHOESFor No Other CO 207 The Berea Monumental Co The result of good tcork and reasonable is that wt now have customers in all parts of the State H lien you want Anything in the monumental line Let us look and tee will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit times and work JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky gitaintneumue depot M1whartqallnAO09uil tlna liUfciTUr BlkUliS L1650we eo us and if lerfn a kt f freight eba flvtuue wcigi ln onrundthf ht win ittiwJJeau for fwuwarillM TIn MS8INS TrAltah Meaicl v will return UI rl not 9teetttio7aeu IeM3EWARE OF IMITATIONS 0 nn- 1Imnorrtnc uc I DIm 1QNqu5lrnr4nnndmlwtnnuld riiDUr l and be eager la Araerlrm1from the bet mattrial mtmtr 1ySOLID t e muWwIho VitugsIktasek a botbla Indr tendon UberataMmproTnl wheel 1 oolllIIprond ihntll canter patent n 1lbupatent drew guaet tws 4nalea lal WiMHMIf 19dtri rtrd- aLMu1WW m dhttrtt rltea and our 19 ynebowanronecenronltaeddoeltberplInraa7kind IT COSTS YOU NOTHING U H t 8800 then It that ars aTlnn tjx to Kooo doer frclrbt ascot th TlJIJ41PONT7IAddress SEARS It CO Chicago In n n LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Residence No 03 Offlce No 00 J MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to IS A M 1 to S P Jf National Bank Building Richmond Ky ATTENTION MILL MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and Picket Mills for cutting Lath Picket Chair and other Small Dimension Stock the round block Send for circulars MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan 173m Coughs and colds como uninvited but you can quickly get rid of with a few doses of HONEY OF TAR PricQ 25 and 50 cents S E Welch Jr Paperat tho printingoffice- A large number of students and cit izens attended boxsupper at Mr Asburys near Settles store last Saturday night Tho worst inter effects of influenza arise from deranged functions of tho liver Clear tho blood at onco with HER lNE for it will strengthen tho liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 coats S Jr A W Titus and Wm Henry Thomas are building houses below Mr Titus residence on Boone street TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE is tho only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles indorsed cures the cent81in MILLER Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended DOUGLAS BRIGHT West Main St RICHMOND KT prices the Material firstclass onj rhrlneetl tjr skew concern rout ISJ sly I adjutetlbeadtipatent teI1Nrs1CUARANTEED ntIkttiUIrderIHad tad mmpanlt lea jour itonkrvper ateonTinrad yea paj ROEBUCK Inc C them COUSSENS OINTMENT Accept nunnt4eMp CENTER STREET ART GALLERYiC I Olio Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But Hi Best Finish at the Lowest Prices BURTON The Photographer j DEALER IN AMATEUR SUPPLIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices reica about Eerea a specialty C F HANSONS j LIVERYIYou Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glasses that are not properly adjusted to your eyes are actually ilauceroim I It andIyou ought to know U will not attempt to glasses to your eyes until I know what U needed Eyes examined free A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Naturo In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It Ire stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Stomach Nausea eadachcGnslralglaCrampsandI 4Z THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor rind Uanncer HEUEA KENTUCKY Girls working in the match fact nlca of England become permontrd vJth the clifinlciils and minerals used Tito Hiilphur Komctlmcs ends tltclr j vn in the most painful nnil disgust ing way Their wages nvcrngo JSO per week According to the letter of n Doston Inn who hail been traveling In Cuba and spending some time in Havana the streets of that city are now clean er than those of either New York or lioxton The credit for this condition s given to Ron Ludlow anti his sal nr dinates The new Team of sorrel horses re Gently purchased by President MvKn icy have good anion white faces nil long flowing flaxen tails resident McKinley ban given strict order that none of the horses in the white house tallies shall line their tails dookrd Hi now has three teamsblacks bays and sorrels Miss Kstelle heel superintendent of sal Indian Kchoolu in the Unltod States Is nt work on a bill to be introduced in congress having for its object the compulsory education of nil Indian children She ia firmly of the opinion that these wards of the nation should he taught useful trades to the end that they may be nbu to earn their own living On the gate of the cemetery in IIIo Janeiro is a notice in Spanish French nnd English that no dogs are admit ted unless led by tho owner This is how the announcement is made in English Noble mcsdanmes and gentlemen who may desire n dog to follow in this tombs yard will not be permission unless him drawn by a ca ble around him throttle The jump in the price of rubber is explained to be the enormous quantity of the material used for tires for nitomobiles and other vehicles betides that employed for the millions of bicycles In use The universal use nf electricity has caused n corresponding demand for rubber to he used in various electrical devices nnd every refit of it is sought for Charles Addition Itoutclle the Maine congressman recently stricken by ill ness mid removed to n sanitarium Is years of ngt He has been ship master sailor merchant newspaper innn anti always prominent in the politics of his native stnte He was nominated for congress in 1SSO He has been reelected to every congress since the Fortyeighth and Is n member of the present the Fiftysixth The ordinary shell which was man ufactured 30 years ago only broke In to from 20 to 25 pieces when it burst At the present time it bursts into 240 while n shrapnel shell which only used to scatter 37 missiles now scatters 310 A presentday bomb when charged with peroxylenc breaks up into 1200 pieces mud It is estimated that it would effectively kill any one standing within 220 yards of the ex plosion TIe shipment of agricultural pro duce front America to Africa nl though constituting less than 1per cent of the total also showed it no ticeable increase In 1608 the value amounted to 9705598 as compared with only 1716820 in 1804 This was n gain of S9078778 To Oceania there were agricultural exports averaging 3304868 n year The value for 1808 was 3540161 while that for 1801 was only 10634S A Philadelphia physician has un earthed the interesting fact that more than half of the efficient dmgs in the local pharmacies ate offered for salo by curbstone traders that sell herbs More than 70 per cent of the efficient drugs are obtained from herbs found in the country near Philadelphia and some that do not grow wild are cultivated Out of 60 individual plants indigenous to the vicinity 47 were found for sale in the streets One of the most remakablc comet denies on record has come to light in Lynchburg Vn and Augusta Cifl In each city there is n Walter Clark whose father was named Samuel and whose mothers maiden name was Walker I5oth Walter Clarks have brothers named Samuel and William uncles named Charles and John and nn mint named Elizabeth Yet tho men can not trace any relation be tween the two families In the French army the mortality from typhoid fever is about 12 in 10 000 in the German army it is as low ns 1 or 2 per 10000 The lower mor tality of the German army is doubt less due to the fact that an order of n government authority addressed to any municipal authority is Immedi ately curried out so that nn impure water supply must soon bo replaced by a better one On the other hand many of the French municipalities ore Indifferent to their responsiblll ties In this the last year of the nineteenth century there will be three eclipses two of the nun anl one of the moon The solar eclipse taking place on the 28th of May will be visible throughout the Untied States and be total from the huuthcrn part of Vir groin down through Mexico while north of Norfolk Va it will be par dial Of all phenomena of nature there Is none so profoundly impriK sire and aweinspiring as n tots eclipse of the sun and a trip to those regions of the country through which the shadow of the moor will sweep jk well worth undertaking N A MUSIC SHOPIIn a dim corner of the BO1- With none but mice to murk The wary old toyzlthrr nuns Forgotten by the dark Tho cobwebs had Its outworn vase Dimmed with the anxious years The strings that little heads bad pricked To laughter more than tears And illdit thou hope music toy Ior slumber Nay awake The heart ot muilo has no rest Until Its cords must break Without among the violins The master hsnds had wrought It heard the m sler musle voice Its own unuttered thought Like some poor bird of iHtUIng tong Wayworn with brohci wins Watching the lark Ily up through heaven liver to Ily and sing To little old torInalrurncnta Nor rest nor sleep belong Only to feel with helpless strings Ktcrnnl stress of sung And even there ndaze vllh last Too old and worn toeing Tho message of the viola act Its voice a quivering Thou weary little zither long days and years shall come Before thy heart of song may break Thy weary strings be dumb Josephine Peabody In Youths Com panlon Copyright IOJ by D Aprkton fit Co All rights reserved- iChIUrrEIt XXII TIlE RIDE TO ST JEROME We galloped at a breakneck tutee tn lbs gate but the guard was already alarmed and half a dozen men came hastening toward us They were on foot however and had no mind to stand the shock of meeting horse coming nt full speed down an incline skipped nimbly aside The officer alone held his ground paying for his courage with hair life for llamle Xcre sliced his hood in two like a ripe watermelon poor wretch lied they only closed the paten we were lost hut we reached them just in time and IIIIIIin- lthrouh liko u flash wore free of the town A bullet or two whiZlClIllIIst us but did no damage U was done and another hall hour of the pace we were going would place us beyond pursuit It wan no easy nmltci however to sit the horse and hold Angiola an I was doing niHil very saw begun to feel that the strain on my arm was getting be yond me and that she wan dipping from my grasp She lay still and passive Iicr eyes closed her head resting on my shoulder and termed in a faint IVrbftpe t ole roughly but it was no time to mirtc words Come madam said you must raus- eiwrcelftake another day to hold m os closely aa you can quick MT words and the tone they were itoUcti inhavi the effect I wanted Shc looked a little iuJignant but held on leaving my left arm which was getting numbed more free to guide the horse and my sword arm great liberty should occasion arise Tho country rugged although it was de scended in a slope towards the basin of Trasimcnc but turned sharp aside from the toad fearing there might be a piequct thereon and galloped across the open far outpacing my followers who I saty were coming after me in a bunch nnd at their utmost Hpccd the honest knaves The glance over my shoulder that tool to ob serve this also showed me a strong body ol horse spurring from the gate and chuckled to myself as I thought we had pained n mills start and that they had to deal with Castoz Five leagues to goit won nolhiiu to tin brave horse and in answer to my call he stretched himself out as lie had never done before As for me such thoughts as I hirl when I felt the arms of the woman loved clasped about me are to be recalled far one iclf alone and concern none else beside Once or twice I glanced down meeting her yes and as she dropped her lids over them hey seemed to me to be alive with a soft light After a little I felt the arms beginning to relax Hold tight I said I cannot my strength is going Courage take heart see to our left is the Tower of Magione a few minutes and we are safe I drew her closer Uvard me With an effort she rallied her arms again tightened in their clasp and we sped down time long slope which led to Trasimene Castor stretching himself like n greyhound I looked again over my shoulder Far behind my men were riling for their lives cud farther still was the dark line of our puitucw coming on with dogged persistence the sun lighting up their armor and lashing from their spears Once beyond Mugiono wo were comparatively safe but a fake step a tumble and all was lost Miigiono itself was held by the liaglioni and from the old watch tower built by the Sforzn which stood high above the country we might have already been spied and a party sent nut to intercept us The thought seemed to grow into a reality and a despair began to come over me On on Castor vpokivto the good hone and be laid his ears hack at the sound of my voice and oven as he did so I saw a cloud of dust coming towards our left and knew that the danger I feared was at Land Going as we were I was riding right into tho party from Mngionc and therefore with a touch on tho rein I swung Castor lound to time north and we raced on leav ing the tower over my shoulder The double burden and the tremendous pace however began to tell on the horse and within the next live minutes he slackened perceptibly in his stride To my horror I saw that the ground begat to be furrowed and cut up by ravines and that we were approaching the bed of n titer I had therefore to slacken the pace and at the seine time our new pur suer sighting us cnuio on with all the speed cf their horses Castor scrambled in end out of tho ravines pike a eat hut wo were going slowly now and the enemy Iial all time advantage of the level ground to come up which they did at a dreadful rule With the failing strength of my companion I dared not risk jumps weighted ag was but the brave horse did leis utmost as if knowing our dangerFor sake hold oral I cried out an we tipped a deep ravine with a plunge that almost caused Angiola to slip from my grasp and ns I said this heard a shot and a ball from an arquebus whistle over my head The enemy were in the rough ground now themselves but they were within gun range and dreaded that some of them might dis mount and pick me off This however did not occur to them and on we went with every now and again a bullet fired from aortvhack with an unsteady aim singing armsIout lit her while faro i oming il110ilelIiJls that this could not last nail it she fainted there was an end of all At the outside it was u nutter of u few imniitcft now one way or time other but ns mine to the crest of another ravine IVbefore me n sleep hulk railing down to u small stream that was swishing along iu a white Hoiid cad on the opposite shore a sight tint made my hrartlcap for mlnnvn up in array evidently round by time soundtat the shots was a strong hOIIor men at DIms and over them fluttered the pennon of Hawk wood u red hand on white field knew in a moment we were within the kings outposts Saved shouted in my joy Saved and risking nil made the horse fly the t ravine and the next instant we had slid down the lankand the white water was churning round Castor as he dashed into the lit A puff of smoke above us a flesh as of lightning n deafening roar anti one of No varrus ninepounders belched out a storm of grape that e1Olr our leads in the direction of our pursuers and stopped thrum baton and Imfilcd One clTort mum we were out of the stream up the linkand panting breathless and still bleeding with my cuniianion in a dead suit in my inns miied Castor In n moment we were sur rounded but the faces were kindly and dismounting slowly placed my lifeless bur den on i heap of cloaks that Were thong to the earth for her and then turning round saw Ilawkwood before me It was the first time wo had tact since the affair at great when cast forth a dishonored man i did not know how to greet him anal there was a constraint in Iris fait1 for saw he knew mo and was like mysulf at a loss for speech J land however to take time nutter in my hand Signore I lidDIcept my thanks Thiii lady u the CountcM Angiola Cantcl lani a ward of the Florentine secretary whom I have brought oil from IVrugia and have to take to the convent of St Jerome lie tugged at his tawny mustache have merely earned out orders you have nothing to thank me for ignore My instructions were to prevent any of lUgli oniii men crossing the Sanguinctta and to protect all fugitives front the territories oi time Horjria lowed and added with n pain in my lone I could taut conceal for thin man was once my friend All the same I thank you signore have however four followers I ron do nothing for th if they are on the other tank he interrupted and went on St Jerome ia not a half IMKUC from here My men will make up a litter and help to boar the lady there It will be easier for her with you a goof day He turned on his heel and nave come orders to his men in Knglish a language Itlo not know leaving me standing by the body of Angiola All the misery of the past came back to me in a flash Would the stain never be wiped out All the kindness had re icivcd prom IWiyard and lie cnnliiwl all the efforts made ly those WH Ixlievrd in me seemed to be swept away as duct in the wind Almost did feel that I would ac teat time lam rant on me and turn wolf in earnest it root me ranch to restrain myself from drawing nn Hanrknood pout a gland at the still pate faee licfurt me recalled me to my duty A man very kindly brought inr a little wine I knelt down and forced MImI of it between her hInt lips In a short time she revived some color came into her cheeks and she attempted to rise with a lookof fear on her face at the number of armed men she saw around her There is nothing to fear nUldnm1 said to reassure her you are safe and in an how will be at St Jerome a litter i8 being made ready for you- Without a word site held out her hand hnd thanked me With this and the look in her Iys- rhe litter was now roily half a doyen men vounlccred tluir services und placing her therein we started for the convent lire we hail gone half a mile we heard shouts land us anti waa more than gUd to see Jacopo and my Inca riding up How did you gel off I asked as time came up In the rear of tIc troop from Magionr excellency was Jaopoa reply they did not observe us having eyes only for you anal seeing you were safe we forded the klrcam lower down and crossed but et ccllcncy your face arc you hurt Somewhat but at St Jerome will have it attended ton truth tie left side of my fate shaliefire to be laiolen and although felt that the wound was not so dangerous u it seemed yet I lad bled freely and now that the excitement was over bvgan to suffer much twin Indeed at times I felt as if I could handy hold myself straight in till sad tide succeeding in doing so only by an effort of will 1 did not approach the litter I was afraid that the sight of my face would alarm Angiola for now she was probably able to look about her and sir that which she had not been able to observe before Once how ever in bend nf the road that fortunately went to the left nod laid my wounded side our eyes met and I caught bright a smile of thank that it paid me lor my hurt I reined in for I knew my face showed too much and henceforth kept well behind sent Ginn on to the convent with the good news of Angiolas rescue and on nearing the gate was met by St Armando and time rest of my followers whom I was glad in deed to see Ho tamale up with n sorry greeting Wel come he cried so gallant knight you hove saved the damsel in distress then catching sight ofmy wounded face tone changed iood 01 you arc hurt A little You should have seen to it nt once comewe are not allowed to enter the con vent but the abbess has done all she can for ui and we camp or lodge whichever way you put it in that house there lie pointed to n smiil villa set in what seemed k wilderness of holm oak that hid all hut its roof Irom view Not so faust chevalier I must leave my charge at the convent lirst lie rId to rent satisfied with thii1 but I was iirpriscil that ho made no inquiry oa tc the condition of Angola an ordinary civility that might have been expected At the gates of time convent within which we were not allowed to enter we were met by the lady abbess and he train I dis mounted intending to assist Angiola out of tho litter but as it was act down she sprang out of it of her own accord and the next minute the was in the arms of time abbess amid there was much kissing and many con gratulations mingled with tears of joy I did not stay to receive the thanks saw would bhortly bo showered on me anti thrusting n handful of crown into thalrtniU if the leader of the good fellows who bore time litter as sumac reward for himself and his men I looped Castors reins into my arm md set forward to walk to the villa Thn chevalier came with me and by the time I reached it I was quite giddy being weak with time pain and the loss of blood The saturnine old abbe was there with more concern iu his face than I had seen fur a Ion ine and seeing mo stagger ho put an an iviinu me nail aided by ft ArnAlldt aiwistcd me to n couch The chevalier pine self dressed wound with a gentle 01111I skillful hand making as much of me as if had item run through the vitals As he fin ished drcMingthc wound time nbbo remarked lint would have to rest for n few days to enable it to heal nod I had replied with diflitulty my jan bciiiK bandaged up that his was impossible when liar came in with a note It wens from Augiola ehiolf ing mo gently for not waiting to receive her thanks and those t the abbess and begging me to come limo following day with n postscript to time client that tho lady abbess would so far relax the rules of the onler an to admit me within time courtyard I dis missed Clan with thanks and a message that I would IK at the convent charging him to any nothing of my wound and then my thoughts wet woolgathering and lay back with the missive in my hands St Ar mando was leaning nptiiint the window his back tn the light He had taken up that sition after whispering n word or two to the ubhc who left the room I did not how 11 t observe himornnythingvlsc my mind was full of mad thoughts and for the mo turn let them here full plav making no effort to twist Folding the letter tip care fully plaint it under my pillow and was about to doso my eyes when the nabs re turned tearing n bowl in his hind This St Armando took from him and approach ing nac said Come cavidlcre you must drink this atone His tone was simp and incisive nml looking up in some surprise saw he wan wle to time liia nod wondered what bt hand stung him I rose to a Hitting Ktture to take time cup but ha would not liven it so and paing hnnn round my neck mail me drink like n child The draught was tool und n fre liiiig and aI sank Ixiknn mjr pit lows my hart for a moment lacing lay at time thought of the letter Mil jestingly Chevalier you would make n moat ex cellent nurse Shave off that little maces lache of yours put on n black hood nail gown and diavohi Hut you would break as many hearts as you cured woumls The word were lIIreLnut of my mouth when he brought Ina foot down with an angry stamp on the carpet and with a face as sestet now as it lad been talc before turned on laic heel and walks out of the room I looted to the abbe who was sUtrHg watching mo stroking his chum with land St Jojm lint is he often taken this weal Time cleric rose and not u wering ray rifntk n spoke You hail better try and sleep now rays here or cle tho rattan nay less its effect He then fnitaiveil St Armamle would lave rtfcn to aitofogiso but I felt a pltaianl numbness staling over we nod fined in a minute or my thOlIlILI lan to grow lonfiifctl and sccHieil to sink into a deep Not so profound a hlunibcr however as o be uneoiifccioui of what wits gninz on nrtHiwI me sun onco heard Itande Nero anti JacoK in my room and that was being curried apparently to a wore combs table awl Then I felt soft hand bathing my- whisperingwound and heard a gentle voice ironU oPdccp love in my ear It was a dream of course but nil through limo night that soon came Doris Dlntraniiioa hung over mo nnd tended me with words cannot icpcat- CHAinKU XXIII THE PAVILION OF TIIE-MOUI7JUeuv1P h wan still dazed limit I was othcnriso strong At loan I felt so nil I lay still in my bed alp sense of flltiue gone and trying to collect my thoughts After awhile glanced round the chamber which was not the room whero I hall taken time potion but another and n larger uunrtnicnt It was no fancy then time voirwof Jacopo and ItundcNer I heard and time MMitution of being lifted and moved whitit experienced in the night My re moval wan dnubtloKN effected whiUt I was under the inlluenre of the drug but time voice of iiiailamc The almost certainty that chic wan by me through time hours of the nit I could toot account for this and nwiiig any ouch effort was uwleaH eased to ark my brain on the subject putting it down tu a nail dream 1nrsomc while lay niuxtcrini up courage to rise limned by the naiad breeze which played in from the OJKII window on my right Outsiilo I could see the branches of the trees they swayed to raid fro in the wind and till joyous song of a nave trilled out sweetly through the morning from the thorn biiehoH whence he piped In about a half hour my mead Ixgan to grow clearer I remembered ArgiolaVi letter and thrust my land under the pillow to lint it Of course it was not there as had bell moved and n short exclamation of annoyance broke from me Excellency It was Jacopos voice and good fellow who had evidently horn watching me cameo forward from behind limo head of the lied Ah Jbco o JII it you Her help me to riseSignorehut la your worship able the chevalier = Never mind tho ehcvnhor I am as wet an over end there was no need of that todo ycsterdnvdiavolo mid a twinge in my faro brought me up sharply mud recalled Iluton clears I put my hand to my face sod lound I was still bandaged It was lucky he only tousled your war ship Luckier still your Iwing there with your piqucbua else St Peter arid 1 Irad surely shaken hands there thanks I willsit here for u few minutes and I sank into an easy chair being really weaker than thought I was the effects more of the nar cotic than anything else Will your worship breakfast here ohut before doing anything go to the room whore nan last evening unit bring me the letter you will find under tho cush ion of tho couch there a Kxcellcneyl And JON Ufl theriim I now for the first time oVvrwl a bou quirt of red and white row H mwc f ragrnnct Itlled tho chamber I had been consoiciisol their pcrfiuno before hut thought time ikcnl was lore in by the btecxc from the par den outside Whiltl I was admiriiu the lowers JIICUH returned Tho litter le not there signore I have arsrclnJ carefully It was a diaapitoiutment but I said node ing liavinf determined see for nyaolf As JncoH amistvd IIM to drawn I inqtiirtil to whom was tiulobtfil for time flowers I cannot soy excolleucy they were here when I came title taunting Iossibly the Signor do St Anmindr who wan with your worahip all night All unlit Signore could not help being touched by this proof of devotion and when I lad drwwd went down with tho intention of finding ray letter and thanking time chevalier for hiH kindftcaa was saw still a little weak but a few hours rest would make ms Ot foi aciion sad I could trot leap thinking had hven made much over on too small an aces inn St Armando wan in the tom whore I left time letter and at time first glan MW ho was hagpnt add worn with dark circlea under hw eyes eyes which many t beauty vrotild IiIIproud to own He weaned slim to small and delicate as It ague to meet mt that my heart bewail li mi Kive me aicain aa to powers to endure the labor involved in the dilHrult adventure we lad before ut He aces much concerned lit my hnvinff risen made many iuquirm about my IIIlId Lion and pat aside my tleaksleer 1ebevalifr Mid yam loci more of an iiivaJid than I fear toe shall have to he nurse in my turn It is lint a latch of the megrims halve j but you mad not think of doing aurthJM for n week Or u month or a year gibed ai I turned over the cushion uf the catch awL in answer to St Armaodca inqniring look went en The letter received yotcnlay I am corUin Mt it here lit came forward to help me last with no soul It mtMl have been blown sway he said lint I tat it under the mama True bat yon fait you were moved and the things were hiltr u Com to breakfast and will have n tiioreucb search wad afterwards Not yet will but atep over In the con vent and inquire after the lady Anxiola What1 With a bandagedllrI- t U a wound answeri1 coldly sad turning went out of the villa My lackey tan forward to inquiiv if a lone should bt made leady hat thinking the walk would do me good I declined was right In this the realm sir acting as a tome sod when reached the gate uf the tot all the giddiness had pared There to my die may I bean that Angiola was unable tt leave her room a thing might lave expect Ml and tending a civil OWMBM I retracec mj steM entvring the rtlla by a vide gate anti walking towards it through a deOTt 4 portion of the garden went leimirely stopping every now and again tu admire the dowers mint the tree In one of thew nCIta whilst t idly gaaed lout me Iny e a was arreetetl bjr a number of fragments of rater that by on the green turf at ray feet Yielding to an impala I could not control slowed and pirked up one of the puree and mew in a moment it WM a piee of An giolaa liter to me loat no tine in col leeUng the remaining bits of UM paper stud carefully placed them in my vat IVMat 1het11 retraced my tterx to the villa TO COMTINVKO A rnnclanl Man i A certain Mr Scott of Exeter ribose bii Jnea rrqulred him to travel von atantly was one of the moat famout clwrnctera for ptuictanllty the king dam ply lilw invthodical Imltita roll hlnttl atiila unweiirletl Industry he PO cumulated n lUlu fortune Fora great many years the landlord of every Ine lit Cornwall or Devon that he laUd knew the exact day and hour be would arrive A short time before he tied at time advances ago of 80 a ftnlloinan who waa meshing n journey tliroufh Cornwall put tip at a mnall Jam at Port liaise for lila lUnncr Ho looked over tho hill of fare found nothing to hid llldn Ho knit however urn u fine duck ronatlni on tho lire Ill have tluit Raid he You cannot sir replied tho landlord It in for Mr Scott of llxetcr I know Mr 8crll very well replied time traveler He In not in your IIOIIM Very sorry said tho landlord but six montlm ago when ho was tail here he ordered tit duck to be reaOy for hint thii tiny ex actly nt two oclock And to the amazement of the traveler who chanced to look front time Imlow the old griitlcirmn waa at that moment en terliiff tho limit yard clout five mlnutct before tho nppoltrtcdt time Ila pert Round Table icotcrniililcnl Icnorpnrr A ctirlonw incident occurred durinj the Crimean war the result of fjeognph foal Ignorance A British fleet was blockading a Kimslan aqundron in the Gulf of Snghalla on the cast coast ol Siberia Thinking ho laud the Kusxuuu bottled up than nil ml nil complacent ly wttlted for them to come out As time enemy failed to appear he ncnt in tdln vvst gate and found to his nutonlnh nient no Itutslnn ships In sight Whil ho hnd been wRIting fur them nt the south entrance they lipped out by tin north teaching both him and the lint Ihh irovernincnti a severe lesson in geography liS they were totally un nwnro of a narrow channel lending from the gulf to the sea of Okhotsk Golden Days All time Itequleltes Old Ooldbondsr So you would like tt make a matrimonial alliance with mj daughter chl Well sir let me tell yet the man who murrles my daughter must bo a lop1nslJlIcrvy business mnn Young lrnicy fflints me sir Jli motto is business before plenkiiie ol way Let us sit down and come to seal satisfactory concltmlon ns to n ycnrJj allowance for our living cxpetucR will gr in the parlor nml spoon and moll love to Ether after sir Judge XC til IT Mrs Hnshlolfjli My grandfather win killed b pirates ills ship was at tacked and he fell while attempting to repel boarders pruneDohashrownreplm aa r5e ra r + + + r- ProcfII of the Pudding Is in the Eating It Is not mhtf We say Gnf what Hoods Sarsaparllt dues 1hai jells Ihe iLry TIICJIs1 s of eorf give the proof It failing of rlt1rcNe ofScrofuLtCtIrrh Rlrcllldtlsrn And ill oIlier Wood diseases wd dcbil- ly711o110 8awa ailir1 GAVE HIM A TONIC 1lie Orcr Vriilou llvlllior leln lultrnlilo llettnril fur his Check A well known drug drumnifr waolis pay ing his r holiday visit tu 0 took the trailliut Muuday evening for ft lit h tie aide trip to Piton Itouiit and in the hurry of hla dttMrture Idle lmandsmue IwnrIiiii died on a hook In the obia prirybut every it uppiord the owner was seated nrar at hand t any rate it remained umUturbul and Will still there ywtenlay when the druum IOU returned Ity the way hr renarkesl- after he exchanged greetings with time elf ri 11 nauart1 o lose my mete bonehandle untlorella are any of yen- teen rutha thintf 1111 around the olllee It quick wn led bllboy besot the questwnYand glanring around un the mi t cle banging within a hMu of has head Supposing it bcm there for only a few nip laent ht promptlygraspeltleferfuk this the ex claimed the traveler delighted and maut surprised y nipped ill HiIm t do that replies to k 1ve been koldin on to it rtr over star y hung it The dntlf drum mace topped with hw hand half way down hi nmkri a wNiKMJjral sate ul his ronnunanee lie said slowly I wi Intending to fire you half a dollar lot if hero holding that mnhrelU for IsroDloetUII u re store in nerd jf a tonic Here is aramuleof mid iron The gloom which NUJlllawn- po the bell bench t ht have lxn hewn aa axN O Ill ea Democrat Near Inlo Orrnlur RItarII t lIia decline that like all other IaecI of the lund it Las its tar hoanler Ibis one was a southern girt Kkt was not iHTttjr yet Tar from being howeljr then was no spacial style about she was as heavy on lard as a lac tad- iat of tipshewas not pcartkulrlandallHut the larded it over Ili the other brrder walked behind like the mater of giddy Dodo The Ixwuvilla wiman lost leaptrylsg to had the wthis meal mystery Oae day the rhaitnl with frmab potentate They tallnosand ton natil the Ifcri family Did you know any of thrm he Nn t rilied the ILirl whnsiktddorekgrander hut ut minced Iravelilig tm the train are with Winnie Daric And then Ike other women from Ihteulh cased reverentljp at tIN t mdU-lt Ixnii viH lad rr iaitaelsoftly UVfIuIorakjl1e Timer llrnn Iniinol llr Cured by kml apnlicalHHM they cannot reach nr the diMaxd portion of ear Iliete is only one way to CUre daafnes and that istlijr constitutional rrmedH DaafneM caused by an mAmelrwsdiuon of the mn rou lining ot the KiatUrhian Tube When thu tube inAaoml lore a ntWiclt iwnttii or imperfect hearing anti it w mtirrly rlowd f si the reach ard rink the inHamnutKH rasa lea taken out ami this lake irstored to its normal eoa tlilion bearing will Iw aleslro7mil foterar nine roses erf tm are na catarrh vrhkh ia imtblng but an inlianml alslitlen- of the loaves urfam- Ve will give One Hundred Whirs fnruty- ease of IWmw aural ratal rh rannot lie eared lap Maps Catrrth Cure SKId for rirrnlar Ire K J twwCaTeledo0ll- alllamdyy I alb art tile bert limndeepest a A Busy WWlnan is Mrs PinItham Hot jrovt corrcsfjontcnoo Is under her own super vston Every woman on this continent should understand that sho can wrlto frosty to Mrs Pint hanr abaci her physical con tttiionhacGuso Mrs Pink lInn is Ai woanand because P1rs Pink fiam never violates con fittonao and fiacmiso sho knows more hoot tllo Ills of woman than any other person in this country LytSSst Er PSnhhams Vegetable Gonipou ntl has cured a KiSlliait stole wo men Every noighbor laootff almost ovory faintly contains women relieved of pain by this great medicine cUTE 0INK Jut aa chill at lsor auk VIRGINIA FARMS for SALEGood land good srheItbytlimteroa- dllIICIIArINtCO Wraae fur freeealogu i ainal lUCIIUUM yr AIISfeittuaghtlrup Ueo nun Hold hr drnriliii NOT ACROSS TUGELA The Boers Report That the British Have Not Crossed the River llrllluli Aoonnnl HnyN the lMom Snf trust MiMiril llrllUU Crumr Arles n Art uw Xi ar In nuiiii llni tllhor Wnr Xoun London Inn lOTtj hoer nc rotintH of tho panHnto of ten Tiifjolu ihCr arc tflviii In tlio two following tpntches from VII JUCIIM iiinii on the tiiMr Tiitohi vlii liiionn liuiina iliiuil tannery Iniumry 10itillers 11011111I1IIlI WIIH ivcoiiiiiilaiMinie In fume with un iiruinrrd mill a lurgu body MIII purltil by CHIIIKIII lownrtl CiilcniMi last nlKlil A hotivy boinliiinlniiiit ru tmi nnil Ihr1I1101I HID llrltMi ro Icinird Inullnf uotindfil olio of our iniiiX II reply war miulo IIlla iiuiro woo u flint to corer iivtonilvo lion iiifiila up the HUT Knlllrs on thin hIII thu Tiitfrlu lmn boon wnrmsl IV the Itrltlah In IFHVO Ihilc liniHli n idiiirllyTinMuniHiry 17The nlxlil won iinbro on anvit for light rilo encoiintirn Ifwirii iilltiMWita vhlcli le l to Until lnf At ilnybrctik the cnciny Will In mental ni liiforc Ito hind nut brought u hltifjlH guH arrow line river hit from tlio rMfm of Swnrtzk ii u but liry mill u half uf del yilliM njnncd Ill our poldlhull at I L in The iHinibnrdinrnt wiis pnilmlily the inmit frifliifwl over nlinc eil on hand Irisinontly Iho heavy gnus flnil nit1111ltRU Ot fly III Illll KllMllIK Oil trrnrhntelit Iondi ii Jtn 8lTlH Hlamlanl piilillkli the fIInWIHJt dntoil Tlinra ilnv fnim 11tannIII lInn It la ripmli that tin llnora uppo to Col n fnKlliiK that Iliillor ad ou4 ijinmiil them cnnrd Inter lint Hi of tlio Tunfht on Mondny nml Net Jlrt la nut Iho haiiae In the illnrr An Iho fu from Cblevily ni- luntod ili 1N r Vii mu l Itefnro them ti lreu In au u bill In line with Co bream llui nfinilry arlvnnortl li thx tlliuk in iriniiiiif iitdor followed by mif piT rrF ma our cavalry i iiniHii in ter right Ill1 up to thy jurTh 6 al Cult1IJ ntuat JIIUM Iwri ilrmbly Vtinktlie by Hit illaiil large n enforrfiiieiila Mtia li IMIII CIH llullrra Ni- lrauw Ib now burrleilly IUitil Ihi ri f niiilicN nisi thr kop oppet Irc till tillage and Hcatlere l IF fore our hrapnel Hy i eulnjr HOUM of the enemy was ft rtIIhIN rUle shot of ColrHiMi Tlie rritiah foreo thru rvtirrd Ui thlevc ly- Londdii Inn G1he war office luniio imblla tltofwtchiw them Klrhl Alnnthnl Local Ituberla datiNl tmiimry 10 rcentriing the aroHllHg Inovcneula In Cnite ColoHy lnoliHllnj Ihr ambiinli Inc of thi AHulrollaiHi when two of UIB Inttrr were Ulllnl nml II rfmrtwl tertiIMdmir He Ida S1 IkNlr ilea rter iHtra Ilijit the eiioiny milTen1 M ero IV In lit tavkiug 1mieha MilraiiiTil po Billon iHimnry U Hrunly llorra me still uiiHcvotiiiletl fore IxiiireiiMi MHnHe Inn ItTimm irrinnn bark Marie from Aiiatnilln kllh u largo of Hour fur the Trail irnl fjosiiiiiiwnt linn been laheii tia n prier by the llrlllnli third vtiiiw ernUer IVIorim netir the Inland of tnyak lrl IIKOII hilly nml has heel sent lo Durlmn with n prUe crew on 1OHiil London Ian 90 MefwipH re rel cd from the front npHnr lo eon lirm till j iierfll ImproMlon that Freda In Nutnl will now move ipilek ly IhoiiKh lintilly im rapidly ilK tho longtiiw nml xiia of till rumor mon jjern There nollilnt up to the pres ant to support the Mlory Hint the relief of ludymnilli la nn HeeoinpIUhed fnet but It la lenrned on exoellonl au thority Hint Ihe alt ttntlon le now re pirdnl nt till war ofllen with ontlro eniitidenee and tluit till lifiliMiRiirod 10 eniinlilereil hind hlihly re itlrl Ilfn un ugh IMV la no nltrilpt- Io underrate the thinger nnd illUletilly of lion Ililllern luak A a an Kotilcil in tluite llnHileliett Tliiirwluy Hen Wiirren WIIB netiinlly in tlio vlelnlly ul Avion Ilomeri Ve lne diiy nnd lnOllnu of hiM fore under lortl 11un ilnnulil HoruriHl nn Imporlnnt piwl lion weatwnnl of tlinl pine duriiiR Hie evening of Iniumry 17 on ho lliciV right llnnli Ilirenleiiinjc the Vreo MlHlois communlenlion with their own country by wiiy of Vita hcrntmN peal Tho llrlllili cnmp onlHlde of lndy Kiullli ought to be viilblo from hero nn tho Intervening eountry open Loiulnn shun UliclI Ituller linn lelograpied till war tifflec from SieurNimin cnmp under tin lo of Tlini dny evening nil follows Lord Diimlomtld with n body of lilt iiUIiii troop enme into notion thin nflornoon with a force of liners west f Acton llomeH Alter n light he oc cupied several lugrjWldch ho U Htlll holding Field Cormtt llollldtun and W Hoem acre killed uml 15 pris IIlllela taken There In On 1I31 rIrrt Now York Jan 17iJcnt Hmvnnl who linn jest died In Wnshlnglon nml who wns pilot of the Monitor during hor tuner hot famous career wan not the sole survivor of tho company of duct vesselof wnr There is still in the active service of tho revenue ma vine n former oilicer of higher ranic tliiin Lieut Howard Capt Louis N Stcdder of the rcvvnuo cutter norvlcc who lsitatar when she sunk off HnttvrnV on time night of Derember 31 1803 He is now iii command of the anchorage kcrvlco In New York harbor I FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS PI ml SUlllon IGRllInltflnAlulIIcl ItrarAdtnsrteIitNKnwSlnnliiR of Hit IMilllpplnr tnaurreel lull wnn liikon 1 nil illwuvnoil llenolullonii were- ndoptnt culling on the wretiiry of the nuvy to acml tu the wnnlp till number of In Minnn of instrurtlnn HIP nuinlior of mon rpqulrnl to man Ibtni nnil tlio number of men In tho nuvy nml lieu in fiber of Mean and men on efeh vumlrelouseJune flsyle of Kentucky VIIIeIed tho Urgent ileilclcncy bill whloh wont over wun cnlllng Infrllllltlollthe Pnlled Hunter nml nriul llrllnln fromhitOr1Ikto Illetrlrt ot Colllll1h1n huIneu Vflldll tuft Jim ItlHIlaleTer non ofthellioru li no n r ir nppriiAoh lo a PrvreflPr upon the subJiTt A rHOolulliiii cnlllUK on the prmliltiit for bin ln riicti ni to tinIlirU pence e mnilMlniit rii wan ilofooted by u unto of to p Tint renutn nilllliHl tlio Hmiionn treaty wlthnut illvlnlon The rMincHtlmi oecurrod In vxccullve iiwulon ptrtlrliaalydlIuIThllt urKne ilerlolpncy bill orru ofitrural IrlIyXVnililtiKlon Jan 17HonateAn ngroo mint roiirluil lo take the final vole on the Mil llxliig gold HI tho vlniiilnrd of value In tilt IliHod filHton on Iebrunry II A rvoalullon of Inquiry roo gaming the oomltict of hue riilllpplnu war hyMrndolIMrIho ivHto upon the financial bill unlll nil Journmcnt IloiiMj The hmiiw members tot Into a liMiled illfcUMlou over the Bale of the Heereterylagsarmy npproprlstfon hill was thin dl urglJllthnctflftlunimportant amendment XXnchlncton Jan ISSomalrAfln the ojxnlng the solute Mr XVrlllnnlon no cuplr1 over nn hour continuing the debnle on the riilllppltie question II mnirn that won the Inltvd HlrtttK nlwulil not take imrtmiiicnt xxpomiluii of the IlrehllInJrl1J but after nulxluliiK till Incur ilwii the Mill linos the right to govern tlwnivolvoii ftrfonllMK them such protection ewiehlonlthe InlelnlIAIItie um1 liU II hid tint concluded remnrsk when he suspemloil lh in for the dill HOUM The houwi ixior1 lite senate bill tn extend the powers nt the illreclor of the census miking out Un commlt fee amendment to niithurlio the director to coin met for extra printing wMh pri vale oonlnioloni The whole Haht wee that omenilment The Inrlueno of Ihe publlo printer end the labor onranlta HOJIII of the country was pinplnyed oKalnvt II ami after a lively ilelwlo uf prveral inure II was nverwnelmlnKly defoaled TIlt publlratkin nf the reports of the 13th publiehlnrton Jan 1hSenate1 recotu thin WII adopted railing upon the 11-for Information aa lo whether any roprecontatlvo of the Traniivaal liail np lied In Hie tnlled State Rovcrnmenl PIUUIlhudIJfUonMrwhich treat trtl Ii waylnK is the miwl fell bbiw nl human liberty that has wen atnirk In Hie He declared Hill Minetenth of the American IHIOII yroiwthlsetl with the lloor In the nreM set Mrunle Mr Morcxn addre o l the wale briefly on the flnanolnl Mil Ironthe venate aitjaurned- Hou Tho u nlon nppruprlHllon bill carrying llllJrtBin was ttarnod by the It was mute the vehicle of nn at lwflPkrnIbrtdflr waN put upon lure blip by uiwnl rnuM consent rmpnworlnr the cnmmls loner In hidlaentkrnto lIhhohl the fees of attorneys of record In ienlon cave atturnyehailloellldNll lIurvlon INVESTIGATION COURTED u Clilrnun llrnlunuo Cnnnl llfllplnln Ito Nul Inr CarIlIlInl Inqulry Into the CIIII1 Nclirmr Wllllhlll loll Ian Olhc muse commit lee on eommerce ordered n ho vornMe on the Mil for the tip- polittntent of Iiv the president of u eommlMiloii of three inemberH to In vestljrnte the pollution of enter sup plles vheii It iiffiHitB more than one talc The hull heretofore IIIIR been opposed by Mr Mann of Illinois on till round that It wnn nlmed nptlnnt the Chicago ilralmiKo canal Mr Mann withdrew hid objeetiotiH nnd rend Iletter from Clialrumti Vntcr of the military district of tlikn o Klntlnf tint It wnn the convietlon of the hoard that nil hzgxtrtlnl Iiive tlcntlon will place them In a good nnd ndvan liieU8 position Turns 1p Alive Nod Well Itloomlierir Ia Jim IS Alexander Savage who dixnppenred from hix home hero 35 yeaiM iifo and linn lung been mourned an dend linn turned up nllvo nnd well JIlt brother In re ceipt of a letter from him nnuouneliii that he in nn ofllecr of high Ntandliif In the Hjianlhli army and reside nt Madrid Five yearn after Savntfett ills appeanmee ho wroth to his relative from China Hinting tluit he had jone to the Orient to seek lilt fortune Thir ty years hinc elapsed shoe thnt letter Willi written liiiulier llrnlrr inli rlnlnril- MoiitKomery Ala Jan wIhc In illami lietnll umber Dealers atwoeia Ilou 200 In number arrived at Mont gomery on a npecial triiiu They arc on their annualcvcurHlou through the soot They were received by a Com mittee from the Industrial aril Com mercial association ami given a trolley ride over till city They were ten tiered n banquet lit thin IvMliiuige hotel They then lift on their way to 1enoncoln limiting short xtops at dif ferent Alabama milling plants A Wiiiiinii SnnliiiKKril Iorlstnoulli 0 Inn 1Slydln Williams hoolcl her at illKons mu sue store WIIH sandbagged in the ofliee by two colored men who pretended to wiint musical Instruments The wife nml money drawer were robbed of about 10- 0Ilralh nf n Irlvnle- WiiKhiugton Jan 19her Wood at Havana bar notified the Will dc pnrtmnt of thin death at Qiiemados ou tbe iith iiiKlaiil of Private Clmrlon O llrumlield Compnny D slim Infnutryi ol ULlltuid kvcc TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL lrxiin In the Inlrrimllonnl Scrlrn for Jaiutnrr IDOU llnpllmu nnil- Trmiilnlloii of Jcmn QOIDKN T1XTTlii Is My beloved Bon In whom am woll illeasedBlatt I7IKBSON TOIIC Tlio Undownicnt ol Cutlet T1IH LESSON TBXT Smut 4111 Then was Jcnui loil up cf thc plrll Into tho wlldornoM to he tempted of the dovll t And when IIo had fasted forty day sod forty nights ho was afterward an hun gored 3 And whon Ida tempter came to hint ho MId If Thou ho tho Jon of God com- mAnd that theo itonoi bo made broad but lie answered and isM It li writ ten Melt ehallnot live by lirwid nlunc but by every word that proco cth out of the mouth of Uod 5 Then thin devil taketh Him up Into the holy city and icticth Him on a pinnacle of limo ample 6 And south unto Him If Thou bo the Son of nod rant thyself down till It Is written lie iliaH gee angel charge concerning Thee and In their hands they shall boar Theo up lest nt any tlmo Thou dash Thy toot BRulnst n tone 7 JoiUs said unto him It Is written again Thou shall riot tempt tho lonl thy 4Agaln the devil taketh Him up Into an exceeding high mountain and ahoweth Him tho kingdoms of the world and tho glory of hens 9 And gape unto Jllm All thoto thing will I Klvo Thee If Thou will full down surd worship me Tho faith Josus unto him Get thco hence Satan for It Is written Thou shall worship the Lord thy OJ ned Him only Imll thou ve- IL Then Ihe dovtl loavolh Him and behold angcli camo and mlnlslurod unto Illm NOTES ANn 8UOC1l TIONIJ Jesus IJaptUin Jolm hUll been baptizing probably fur about six months when Jesus presented Him sett ns u cnn lldnto for tile rite lie act out froinillls homo In Nazareth In hu baptized not to hour John preach or to determine the nuturo of Johns mission It fcccms to bo hinted In Luke S2l hilt Jcsua presented Him self somewhat jirlvntcly nt the close of n days work If M WI may II nil In the fact an explanation of wont ac pours to bo the truth lint Ihe visible coming of the Holy Spirit wn cvlilcnt only to John anil to Jetum and thaI only they lieanl the voice from the sl y As to tint reason for the bnptlitin It teemed iicce inry to Jesus In order that Ho might fulfill nil righteous heal Tho rlghtcousncMi which lien Ihel to fulfill may well be under stood ax equivalent to the rites of Initiation Into the priesthood limner rites included liaptlmn anointing with oil and sacrifice Jesus was biiplled by John rather than by u priert Iila anointing was In the tlcuccnl of the Spirit upon Him mid ilia snrrlflrr to come whon He should otTer llliiiitvlf upon the cross The Tetnptntlon1Ite first evidence of thla presence of the Spirit wns Jesus departure Into tho vllderners to bo tempted The temptation eon ousted not merely In tlio thrre nllnokit of which we hntc record butt doubt less In many nn unrecorded suggestion to Jesuit during tlio 40 days In which lie fasted the purpose of tin retire went to the wllderneM woe of course to glee Jrstis opportunity for concen rated thought upon the public work to which lie felt Himself mutedids purpose its mctliod and its results If we may Innlst upon the exact moan Ing of Mutt 42 Luke 42 the nb ktrnctlon of Jesus during thin 40 days WAS so teat that lie was not con scious of hunger The of which tho devil tried to take toga In thin first temptation IIIhnllII been very severe The amount temptation must have been given by Jesus to His disciples In the coupe of the private teaching which occupied touch of tea last six months of Ills life Tho order given In Matthew In the more logical one though till temptations probably framed them cchrs to Jesus less separately nnd distinctly than they appear In the ac count It Is not necessary to sup pose that Jesus wits bodily transport ed nor yet that tho temptation wns entirely within Himself The truth may Ho between those two extremes Note tho plausibility of the tempta lion limo first promised Teller from hunger nnd tho other two assured success In work hn manner much easier than tent which It was proper to take Observe that the quotations front Scripture with which Jesus re pels thin temptations are nil from the book of Deuteronomy Ibo first two temptations enticed to a misuse of Di vine power tho third to n concession that tho devil holds the world ns by right Tlio freedom from temptation which followed tin grunt contliet Bern described was only for n season Iukc 413 The Ilnco of Temptation A tradi tion enld to be no older than tlio lime of the crusades fixes the scene of the temptation at n mountain not far from Jericho which from this circumstance unit received the name of Qtmrantnnln Nuked and orb like n mountain of malediction It rises precipitously front a scorched end desert plain and look over the sluggluh bituminous waters of the Sodomltlo sea thus offering a sliarp contrast to the smiling softness of the Mount of Itcatltmlcs nod the lim pid crystal of Ube Lake of Icuncsarvlh Imagination has seen in It n fit place to be the buunt of evil Influences a place where In the language of the prophets tho owl dwell and the satyrs dance Canon 1urrnr- PrtACTICAL Those wlitf would bo the children of God must be baptized with the Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit is like n dove That jeart nits he sinful Indeed that would keep him out He is well prepared to resist tempta boa who is full of the Holy Spirit He will be victor over temptations who tins n sincere dttlrc to do the will of nod The email courtrth s sweeten lure the greater ennoble Itltovee m tvr Cnhte Ilnrx Fence alxnlutolv dependent upon Eng iiml for news of the rati val war bcrniivs tie rshlo are under her control stud she is reehentlralloningdY iato eettlr tliemspcml a fortune reeking drliverfe Save your money ami try Hooteilrri Vtnmsch Ililtem time iiuxlirinp which never fails to euro dye malarialeverA Snpklnna Anirrlcnii Tuurlnf The Atncrian tourist is so firmly conI handsduringol1rIIlenleWhntyoung man in a Pan handling n small workmanhiP1Twenly yniinjf American Its for a present to sister Ill Rive you live francs for il IIII it would lo tat gave re to your ii ter raid the Frenchman with elclrcea know ze young madentoisefcChicago Chronicle fur run Duller Pninto nutIIISalterSeedcatalog LCIPar the llnllilny Trade 2Ofarthing here a month go it was only 220 1 errs likely replied the Honest sales man That was before we our marked down sale for the holidaysChic- age foal To nro R Cold In One ilnjr lake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists rufundmoncy it fails to euro c rrimesomelime itAtchisonUlobe We refund lOc for package of PUT zA KADKLKSS mISS that fade to ive saliifaction Monroe DrugCV UuiuuVlUe- r1u Sold by all drujglitn IIIJ 11t lilt IlIS Jan IIVK STCKCnttte comn Z O C- O8elil ImiihorH CAIVKHKxtrw 7 Irii 7 2- 5liOdHCholeo iwrkers 170 Mixed tickers 40 I- VUKIIl Irl 440 m SIlKKPCholce 10 LAMMS Kxiril 610 ff FLOIIHpringatent 3 85 r 391 rod 7- 1Aoared = Corn No mixed c Yr4theNo S7iIrfirdlIAYCholce tlmdtil OUTS I J6117ICHICAGO FLOUUWlnlor patent J O 3 OIlAINWlwHl No rod O KVi No a lhlr 40 uprlllg r iJ COHNNu Zi 3- aIUnlJfesx 9Ii j It- IAIO1Strum x714 NUV YORK lIOiilVlnlor iKilenl 3 60 wii HATNO rtii t73iroUN No 2 mixed OATSNO 2 IlYK 9v px 1OIIKMeu 1 00 IAUU8ieam 1210 t- UAIT1MOUR 1181340OHINWhUIIlNII CATTIB Flat Utility l l W i1I0aSWIIrn Zi ISO 040 INDIANAPOLIS OIIAIN XXhont No 2 red ff Corn No t mlxoil W- SUuUNo 2 mixed j 2I LOU1SVILLK- KLOUHXVInlftr patent a U 03 OUAIN Xh ut No 2 red VI It- CornMlxol 1iI1I KPOItKMeisIA11O aicaiu OSU Cjjticijra MntohI playing golf with a friend recently When drov theballStopped in frout of a grazing cow and Tuftnme up just in time see it disappear irto the bovine mouth When his oprnrnt hid made Ids stroke Tuft untolhcred the row and with runny foumling thwacks of his club drove tho tn the third hnle llierc he made her disgorge time lull InltlHMtly holing it annnunnd that he made the hole in two stroke His oppon eat calmly finished the hole in soven twoInt other yon made it ia 33 You hit that cow 37 times for I counted even stroke and Tufts conceded tho ArgonautIAn Generally announcingIPcjcnee has ever produced and you nerd our aUtaiKe to fccciirc for yourself and friends through Swansons 5DUOIM As as American Navy has conquered anti will all opposes ea 51101S unlailingl cnnlJuer KidnryTrouhlrAsthma Backache SleeplcM fleas Nervousness Heart Weaknew Tooth ache Earache llronoliitifctc 5DHOIS i11luge300 Write now and the Swanson Ilheu 1CI Lake St Chicago III will immediately give your order attentiou Words and Their RrTrctii Do you believe in the influence of single poeticalknow Yes do Theres my wife for in andliatpSuddenly her eye brightens her fare AinglwordIlargainsCleveland Plain Dealer Abnormal MammyI wouldnt want no gal ob mine it marry Sam Johnson Dinah Yo wouldnt crazyboutwatahniillionsl 1cck Largest Seed Growers In the World CroeeeIVisbushels of cued potatoes to Alabama Flori da Texas and other southern points This linn is the largest grower of potatoes u also farm seeds in the world When a mans young hes anxious to show pbtlosophranxious to conceal his ignorance 1hiU delphia Record Children rJoy When they take Hoxsics Croup Cure for Coughn Colds and Croup It is so nice and curt quick lines not nausoatoW centsi A womann way is to get the best argument anti then cry as though her heart soPhiladelphia The Qnern A Crescent Only through Pullman line to Floridi The Queen d Crescent only through car line to Asheville Energy n Fnclor 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beautifying tho skin for cleansing tho scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and tho stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and healing red rough and soro hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chafings or too frco or offensive perspiration in tho form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily sug gest themselves to women and especially mothers and for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath alul nursery No amount of persuasion can induce those who havo once used it to uso any other especially for preserving and purifying tho skin scalp and hair of infants and children CUT CUBA SOAP combines delicato emollient properties derived from OUTI CUKA tho great skill cure with tho purest of cleansing ingredients and tho most refreshing of flower odors No other medicated toilet soap over compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toiiot soap however expensive is to bo compared with it for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in Oaf Soar at ONK PIUCK viz TWENTYFIVE CENTS tutu BEST skin and complexion soap the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in tho Ironic GP All thnt has been said of Cntlcttra Soap may bo said with even greater emphasis of CUTICDRA OINTMEXT tho most dnlcatc mid yet most effective of CmoUlunts and greatest of skin cures Its uso lu connection with Cutlcura Sip as per directions around each pcUage In tho ONE Niaiix CurE volt Soisu HHWiIlllho Ii INSTANT Uiup TREATMENT FOII DisnourNa ITCIIIXOS AND IRKITATIONU and InII A SHAMPOO loon FAUIVO HAIU ind ITCHING SCALY SCALM a1I1111 many uses too numerous to mention Is sufllclcnt to prove Its superiority over nil other preparations for the skin THE SET 125 talztiaheedsar Complete External and Intornal Treatment for Every Humor CoiMUln f of CBTICOIA Siiiric tocleaaiothoiUnot crusts and scales nail ioft n ckcncd cuticle CUTICUII ointmentWcto InII1I1 nlltyllchlug intlammatlon and Irritation and soothe n1 heal nn i CVTICVIU ItruiVBT 001 lo tool and clcanso the blood A SiNGLK SIT U often tulllclent to euro the mutt lorturluir dltll i runt Itchiue nn burning akin ecalpnnd Wood humor with Ioa of hair when nil the fall sold thruuxiiout I woili PotTxu Uuvu ova CU H gotur gale lJVl jJoston Bend for A liuok tor Women Xn To What arc We Tending To tho conservative peacoablo lawabiding citizens of this common wealth tho following lions aro mlI drossocl regardless of party prefer cucoor afliliation Do you my fellowcitizens view with iiuliiroronco tho political and social history of our commonwealth for tho past year Are you prepared to indorso and Hupport the political methods pur Rtied to got anti maintain an office in tho gift of tho pooplo Is it true that tho ono political party Js dosti tuto of any moral principle in the management of its party machinery and the other one tho essence of purity and good government existing only for tho good of tho pooplo and the perpetuation of tho liberties of tho whole people To ask these questions is an answer to them No candid man such as I seek to address will deny that tho mass that engages in oilicoscekiug soil thorn selves to a system of wiro pulling nnd manipulation of party machinery at once a menace and a disgrace to our boasted civilizationII say it in all kindness and all seriousness not from tho officeseek fug partisan demagogs point of view but from that conservative stand point from which I have viewed so many disgraceful scenes enacted alike by both the great contending parties of the nation What is our social history regard less of politics It is not necessary to go back to the days whoa anarchy prevailed just after we had liJsectionalto so many shocking homicides over the country It is needless to refer in detail to what is constantlyI occurring in some parts of monwenlth All are too familiar IIsuchIIorynow muiiy of us perhaps losing in terest in he tact that three of our beloved citizens woro very recently at our state capital sent reoking into eternity I make no mistake when I say beloved citizens I have no doubt that tho young man Lieut Scott was tho pride and perhaps the hope of his family beloved by his companions a social genial amiable companion to his friends and per haps an implacable foe tohis enemies but with all his amiable qualities and failings an well ho his passed beyond the pulo of human guidance There are others whose hearts are wrung by this tragedy who aro in no wayso far as human perception can go in anyway responsible for tho immediate results persons who hap penal to bo in tho lino of fire of the reckless combatants who sought to slay each other regardless of the liven of innocent persons I havo no words strong enough to express my condemnation of any man who will in a promiscuous crowd draw and discharge murderous weap ons indiscriminately regardless of the safety of innocent persons Of the wounded man who did such lamentable execution with his weap ons Ican find no words of justifica tionWhat his provocation toward his dead antagonist really was no one will perhaps ever know That he laments the killing of innocent men is evident but my feeling is God pity the man that finds himself in a posi tion with the ready means at hand when he feels compelled from any point of view to take the life of a fellow being- I turn now from this freshest inci dent illustrating the methods employ ed by our people to avenge them telvea by taking human lifo so reek lessly to the spectacle that is being enacted iu tho Legislative Halls of the Dark and Bloody Ground The organs of one political partysay It is a farce The other says It is a legally constituted tribunal prepar ed in a legal way to investiguto the management of a Stato election and decide impartially who is entitled to the offices- I am not prepared to say what is the character of tho men who have been placed on thu contesting committees if that is the proper title but I am prepared to say that because of their being democrats is no reason why they should not impartially try tho cases such so decide according to the evidence but I am prepared to affirm what I believe to bo true that if the board trying tho contests now boforo tho Legislature is so proppu t oral glYUla up of one side polit ically it will bo next to impossible for it to decide impartially in all of its rulings It would bo as true of ono party as tho other under similar circumstances Soon Kcpublieans with a democratic umpire decided that President Hayes WItS olccKil while seven democrats without the umpire failed by ono of deciding that Samuel Tildon was tho rightfully elected President Tho Democrats of this nation qui etly submitted to that ruling and I believe the Republicans would have submitted if it lad been otherwise Thoro is no such momentous crisis involved in tho present disputo It is n question as to who shall hold ollice moro than who has been elected A democratic canvassing board has do tided that tho returns showed a de cisive majority for tho Republican nominees and pore the defeated hond of tho democratic ticket is trying show that such majority was toI ed by fraud mill intimidation It not the purpose of this writer to into an argument to show whether fraud or intimidation was premedi tatod or practised but simply to give views for what they are worth The writer believes that the Chief executive was entirely within his duty a when ho called to his aid tho militia to quell tho anarchistic tendencies which prevailed at Frankfort a year ago and ho is also fully convinced that said Chief executive was clearly within his implied if not expressedi duty when ha had placed ex temporaneous armory at Louisville hisljudgment of Louisville OH election day I unhesitatingly that under the well that existed prior the November election in Louis ville he was entirely within his duty that tho quiet rOBultloClag law abiding element that Inun persuaded is to be found in the city of Louisville Mr Editor thems myfcnlimeutsIm not seeking tJllmetnontion I am for talethe observance of low the enforcement of law and nothing short of it JSerea Jan io V LETTER FROM MANilA MANILA R Il1erl a MR I AIIAVIS Wewnd a lev linen would like to hive printed In our home whlebI In under to let our frleiidi know that nil who entitled at Helta Aug X 1899 are well and 11ourooBllAntook place Nov At7nni we went aboard the IIlInllOll Manila sail wiled wit of the lay sod up Ihe 1alJrherlo take mlttwnla when we attacked the town of Santo Cruz For V minute the finhtua very severe and the Ulan who was ppcretliiK the galllriR gun U minutes after the tiring began muellJllkerl who enlisted at Mores uitder Lieu hrarer IfKk the gun and mowed down the Filipino AnarI minute the InHirgvntnttarted to run ten minutes more were very rams In the town Then r C LopHon acting corporal end Jack Moberley acting sergeant wMi avuad of 23 Kentucky boys made a null for the lioarui of the town and secured neveral thousand 1101111I In twh and tome valuable pieces if J five diamond were also found one of which war the largest the American force ever MW tVe were put nn guard In dlflttrvnl pert of the town und were then ordered lo tae Banta where we have just arrived The InmrKMiti were well haped for the battle of Santa Iruz and but forI Ihe gunboat we could here done nothing The o n of the Insurgents was IS killed wounded while our lose was only threw killed and nine woundEd One killed mid four wounded out of hearth and two killed and five wounded out of boys who enlisted at fierce were In the engagement We all belong lo ono company F Junta wo arrived at Uw llano the na ive a were having a tine Thanksgiving Par horer races cock flxhls etc with many flue prc nlums for different events We loupe and tho rumor bears u out that we nay be mustered out In time lo vole for Ihe lrhJell In 1900 Youn truly Co star f s v P c IKOTO- SAMCU HAKIM To Aid Berca Sunday night Tall 14 there was meeting in the Old South Church Boston to consider the claims of He ea College upon tho people at large Dr Gordon of Old South Church prosidedand the speakers for the ivening were President Frost ol Bo rea Pres Eliot of Harvard Dr E Winchester Donald rector of Trinity church and Dr Gordon Pros Frost was tho principal ipoaker tolling in an eloquent und convincing way the story of Berea of its foundation of the buruclori5hes or its constituency and its opportu city for rendering an unparalleled wrvico to our country Pres Frost is at all times an interesting platform orator and this occasion acorns to lavo boon no exception to the rule as his address as reported in the Boston Herald in both interesting and in structive Tho work of tho College vus clearly set forth with abatement of Berous needs that brought forth a responselov Pres Eliot followed Pres Frost with hearty recommendations for Burea and her work both gentlemen giving their un pjulifiedendorsement of the work hero and the worthiness of tho object 1for which the endowment in sought general tono of the meeting in licatod a warm friendship for Berea College and her work among her friends in the EastI 1 The Counties Owsley County Oonkllng Ans Clark died tho GUI Mrs Helen Kincnid died on tho 17 Mrs Win Blake died on the 14th of pneumonia a Circuit court is now in session in Boonoville T J Flannory sold his tobacco crop to Leo Cougleton of Sturgeon Mrs Lucy Flannory and Miss Annie Helper have gouo 011 n short visit to Sextons Creok Morgan Evans has moved to Ford in Madison county cold Molvin Tol to over has moved into tho house va cated by him It wns reported Sunday that Uobt Holand and Ida Dalton woro married also Daniel Minions son and Wm1 IIIIBoonovillo to attend tho trial of Walker Gabbard for tho killing of Too Brock two years ago Ho said ho has two boys at Boron in school who will be at the trial Gubhard hudn trial last term old tho jury hung Infromhad a small tide in the river so tho boys all started with their ties Grunvillo Holcomb startedwith about GOO in one raft and ran down to the mouth of Cow creek and there broke his oar pin nnd his ties drifted in against the timber so he and his crew had to take dog ferriage and his ties went on in pieces laVullnccton Mrs a lcJ 810wlyIod Rev J It Homes pronchud at the Methodist church Sunday Jan 14 or Tom Ogg from Illinovi is visiting his sick mother this wcok J L Wylie and wife visited Mrs Thomas Kinnaird Monday Jan lf John Mitchol Sr hud a full from horso last Thursday and is very ill at this writing Mrs Martha Dorrell and nephew were the guost of Mrs K B Wylio Wednesday Jan 17 Mrs W D Anderson has boon very sick for some two weeks but is some better at present W Elkin who formerly lived near Wallaceton moved to tho Guiun farm 1011 tho south sido of town Frank Wylio who mashed his foot Santo time ago is very ill yet and it is It thought it will have to bo taken off Jim Kinnaird who has boon visit IICoring many friends Mrs May Wilson who had a felon on her thumb has another on her Tin ger on the other hand I suppose most of us can sympathize with her Sunday morning while on the way to church Mrs Martha Dorrols horso became frightened anti ran into tho buggy belonging to L L Wylie and breaking onothrowing her off wheel into many pieces Happily no ono was hurt only scared n little IISIrlttl1cld imIprovlltgJohn Keene has moved his family to town O G Duff is teaching n subscrip tion school Pius Simms was in Lebanon last Wednesday on business L T McElroy of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday in tOWIIIPresiding Elder as usual attending IMr und Mrs William Edolon uro parents of a lino daughter Mr anti Mrs A II Linton were the guests of Mr add MM Austin dem ons lust Sunday Mrs Francis Biker has purchased a lot from I II Thurmun and is hav ing u dwelling erected Mrs Harriet ickenb father Mr Shuck has returned to his homo in Lob rout Ho has beon at work here S b Davidson is a promising man of inos rind N doing well us clerk wi lie firm of McChord und Robert I lames Mary Davidson and Lu dill Whurton entertained quito a ntiioiT of their friends at linear last Sat lay The evening was delight flllnt- SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME fMllcd by Mrs MATh B PVTNAM teacher tu Nero College 1IIltlsticrslt nud hustlers lies n regular hustler uh Tit said tho man in streetcar to nn aquaint nee IIiugHowever tho dictionary may bo in regard to tho modern meaning of tho word tho business word has accepted the hustlor and wo nil know the man widtMtwnko onorgotic cajxi ble swift to plan und prompt to oxo cuto What ho undertakes is pushed completion with all tho skill nud dispatch at his command But tho world holds many who are only bustlers keeping n con stant commotion about thorn butII doing nothing They rush hero there take hold of this nnd are always inn whirl of excite over some enterprise but they 10Iindustrious of people when in reality their energy is ex euding itself in bustle It is worth whilo in the midst of a our pursuits and enthusiasms to sure to which class wo belong whether wo are wasting our of uselessly or whether wo have some clearly defined object in view anti uro pressing toward it with wtlIllinoctlllltTortiA LeftIInmlcil Party Many prospective hostesses are nicking their brains for Home new eXIIiclmnglfound that wheneverago guests Il hands are filled they are at their ease stillness If a hostess vnnishrsItu fill both gest that she try to fill only onol To tho inviUtions might bo append tho request Please come withII your right hued securely bound up tho guests may lw loft in iguo rnnco of the dire fate that would uncut thorn in the hall or drosning rooms Lot no one bo oxcoptod the hostOHS herself greets thorn oxtending her loft hand and hugs us a groat favor than each register in tho open blank j book upon the dusk near her This alone will serve to ImnLih the form ality which is droadwl by young poopluUlI which is present in the early evening if at all The bast of a 11onofort The pngo will soon look vane than any kindergarteners first at tempt at penmanship and will afford ammiisemont in which all are while to the hostess it will htrlrmnej comical souvenir of tho occasion ACtor that almost any form of amiiMH i inaut will bo doubly amusing whoa I performed by tho crippled gliostMI AlIOloist might slug to her own handed accompaniment n reciter mako comic speech with letImmlltll gestures or nil draw soup bimploi thing upon canllwanl or small blackboard Any game or form of amuBemoiit which hue been popular 1mnong tho guests erokinole or parlor Icroquot might be attempted On no HXCIISO must flit right hand ho used all evening and comical forfeits should ho in readiness to bo impoted by tho hostess upon anyone caught in the net For refreshments anything squiring a fork or u spoon may bo served und tho hostess cull vamly add to tho fun by selecting her menu with a view to the awkwardness of the company If not enough resting places for plates can bo found tho right hand may do duty for this once only Exchange CountyI hUliinoRIIIllIst IDr Phillips is very busy now wait the sick Gilbert Maggard is recovering front n severe sickness sirs Lizlie Lucas has a now organ and is taking lessons of Prof Edwards Prof M A Holcomb is having the Thompson hotel repaired in order to accomodato students Miss Mobile Clark loft school count of sickness anti will not returnI until the spring term Iiinsom Ituwlings and Charles Johnson have built n now store hero are preparing to keep on hand u flue lot of goodsIPersons a expos mo uro subject to rheumatism nell rul ill und lumbago will find a vulti nblii remedyto BALLAKDS SNOW it will baninh pains anti subdtiu inllamation Prico 5 fold ro cents S 13 Welch Jrt THE SCHOOL Edited by MM Kiit II Yon tmmi of the Normal Blartrnent Ikrm College Crackers nud Iniu Last week we proposed crackers anti join for our nest lunch Shall we havo them now Crackers com Himplo things enough but did of OU over think how many processes must be gone through how mummy people must bo employed before wo eau have uvmi n cracker Flue farm er knows uboul his own shllll the Miller knows his the inurclmnt is dbakerare nwploytdtwleh person knows his appointed task The wheels are buzzingdont go too nournIHtII ouch piece of maohinorj and to ho doing its own work because it knows how and is glad to in do its luvst I wish that thoro was some largo manufactory nmir Berea BO that the boys nod girls might visit the nnd sec how carefully every in thing is planned and how each per son attends strictly to his business a strange that Homo pooplo cant learn lesson from muchines I wan in Pittuburg for a day recently stud visited tho great picklo factory Heinz Co It in not only pick Ics that they put up here but tonm toes olives jiims baked beans and several other things Mr Hiinz wl about thirty years ago on a littlo farm and raised cucumbers tomatoes and onions situ lx gan a small trade in pickles Littlo by 1111lumpllsiiuinorous branches of his immense btibinws wail very much intonated iu the Hi II that is taken in every dnpart to have everything host and 71 anti us perfect ns can bo I wtitcluil niimbur of girl packing ickl05 in the otllw Eiuli Illmoltrow of little cuciimliors around till on skies of the bottle at tho batten lhoulinregulnronlurtheothtr things a dainty red popper a hit of cnuli llower a pioco of tomato IIlIdudl out of tho outer luyorn iniiht IK of IllrUiilI41 against tho bottle and the space perfectly filled Iho girls work very rapidly and each hind special plan on a long table ntm rCo she Mlt her bottles as filled an inspector looked each lot carefully to 40 if all were well done If trot the bottle wns rejected and as workers mire paid seconding to what they do every mistake takes Momething oaf of tho days wages Isail among taw r Jfototl ono lx ttlo thlillooklt1I1Iright to mei multi aiikitl tho inspector to was told that no tomato hind IMHUI into that bottle Another hrult crumbled picrtl of eauliflowtr and must Mil ho done over for thnt It wasnt nn plnco for Iguesstlml do work Then tho ottles were carefully filled with vinegar There were girls whoso business all day- long was just to tie that corks were put in by others tho bottles pasHtnl on washed and polished then wrap IIplllIlIll lalwlcd never saw more expert work than was being dour by tho wrappers rnpitllllllotioutorn hundred of oouns of Mottles daihIIOno enjoys nn exhibition nnd in every department of this groat establishment Isaw thin RIIIOI of care faithfuliiPSH exactness anti All these virtues can bo toojlandcracker establishment or in a Hoinr picklo factoryIJames Hawlins is selling many goods to the patrons of the school here since thero due so many board ers to entortain Jackson County Clover Bottom David Powoll is trying to Sty Jesse Neoloyfi farm Wm Huys and Titos Englo nro buy ing cattle in this neighborhood Itobert Doughwrty attended school at Herca a month but has come homoi to stay awhile After a short spoil of sickness Sol omon Garland died of paralysis Ho leaves a wife and two daughters Two gentlemen Me Whorler and Duncan from Estil brought a drove of tulles in this county anti stayed at D M Clicks Wednesday night Munf nn innocent littlo darling is suffering untold agony and cannot oxpluiu its troubles Mark your childs symptom you unity find it troubled with worms give WHITES CREAM VEIJMIFUGE anil restore it to quitoness und health 1rici 25 cents S E Welch THE FARMIlilted by S C frolMMtr ol Itortl culture lleree Onltote ICnllr CortIKafircorn Is countIty in Kansas Secretary porting fiSJSH6 uterus in ISItl for tho stale yet wo are in constant receipt letters asking how to raise tumid how to food it It has boon raised on the Kansas Agriciilturu College farm for tho elovu sours Wo rocomed two utackIWhito was then introduced from ISIKi to ISHS wo grow theso varieties side by side lied giving an average yearly yield of 17 BlackVo now ramo the Ito a k hullud Whito only In wiwtern Kansas many farnwrs think tin Hud n little hurler drought Kafircorn makon n slow early growth anti should nut bo planttsj until till ground becomes warm On told soils surface planting ill host on warm soils listing dots well Plant rows U toll feet apart dropping ingle KHKls an inch apart in thu row Cultivato tho samoas you would for gotxl crop of corn Many armors sow Kafircorn broadcast oust with a hayWhen heads may bo cut off nud gathered if tho fodder in not wantod When tho clwlIllllitnwtllOlI cut ami nut it up in large hhooks Tho College rant i4 upland In time eleven yours that wo havo grown Kahn corn these Ions IKOII but ono failuro to prodttcu grain In ISJI Kafircorn yielded no grain but gave two Ions of foddor JMT aero Corn grnlnIUIIlIfarm for thou past eleven years h11ln per vonr Kafir corn hnohfls cortl11 bushels Our highest yiehl HT airo in ono year has Issmi Knfircorn tl8biiHholticoni biixhttls In thu wostorn half of the state till dillorencn In favor of hear dnrn is grotttor as thoro in dry vuirs when corn violds ono to fist per aero t flu yiold of Kafir is 25 bu hols or morn A bashed of corn is worth moro for than a bushel of Kafircorn butt tho Collogo farm nn aero of Kafir corn is worth mow than an ncro of corn Tho average of till n i ultfl whorv WH have fedamrn against Kafir corn in futtoning hO8 shows 1J pounds of pork fruits a bushel of tint and 10 pounds of irk from a bushel Kafir com Tills shows for the College farm upland an avorago yield of nmhn her year per acrojo iiroduco 1W pounds of pork ixirn and iOl pounds of pork from Tho relative vnlum of corn Rill Ka fircorn are practically tho salon for beef production an Kuhr corn grain nuts alfalfa hay mako the choapoet combination of finals in Kausim for milk production Kafir corn imal is oxoeoially I1hlo to feel calves raised on nkim milk Us eonstiKiting effect offsets the looseuiuh tondencyof limo milk of Kafircorn about more than they do of corn alono but COHIbinedwith othur feeds relish it for any lengthof feeling IiI throe experiments in fattening lungs n mixttiro of Kafir corn four fifths and sov lH ani ono fifth gave a gait per bushel of food of over bpi per Gout moro than Kafir corn mono Hogs fwl Kafircorn old alfalfa gRill ed 11 pounds each whilu hogs fed Knfircorn alone gainwl fi2 pounds cacti Hogs fat cont and fire pounds of skim milk oach per day gained CO pounds hog while thowe fwi Kafircorn alono gained 42 pounds each Knfiircorn is our lest drought ro elating grain feeding crop and our heaviest yioldor on poor soils Wo rocotnmoud it in pines of corn for the uplands of eastern Kansas and for all soils ill western Kansas When this ncoinmctulation is followed und the Kafircorn is fed with drought resist fll4Iridl in protein tho loyf ork and milk nrmluction of KIIIINUS dry years will be equal to that of Ixst now without wore acres being plantedIrru Jlnlletin No r Attiititix Krpt riinent Station IFrunk Durham is very low with something like scarlet iun butt improv ing now Mm Wm Jones fund son Frank have also hate down with the same Mrs Juts Williams a new baby Madison County IttclimoiKl Dr Gwynn Lawyer 13 M Embry amid D I1lito spent tho Ifith in Winchester Ky uttonding a mooting of the stockholders of the 111 I Co They all returned with their faces burdened with smiles Mr May Irvine son of Mrs Ellen Irvine liNIlit leis mothers homo Thursday noon consumption His burial took placo Sat afternoon Rev J W Caldwoll officiating Civil Court is still in session In pulmonary trouble tho direc lint of COUSSENS MOSEY OF lA It upon too throat chest nnd lungs immediately arrests tho malady by relieving tho distress cutting too Chlogm and freeing tho vocal and organs lrico DO eta S E Welch Jr