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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lSUBSCRIBETODAY 1 I a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 NO THE CITIZENT KIHTOIl anl MANAflKll- Iubllilint at the place of Till CITIZEN Kureu Ky Knltrril at IV ilutojlft nl llrrr Ky at mound claw milnitttr h u Tho Day of Pruyor for Colleges was observed hero lat Sunday Jan 28 instead of Thursday Inn itf an is Clint Dinar v elsewhere andus Heron College Fins done until this your AtHiiu ton dins ego tutu notice ot tutu chungu was given lull it wits not u pleasant surprise to our students The majority of the students eYn bo liovo favor tlm old plan not Ixatliu it entailed holiday hut becnuso it spiritualliferoitHon for changing linn not yet IMHIII given isittiMfuitoryly Some of the miMiibtTH of the Faculty have given various roiisons onu Haying it wax Iteciiiiho tlio students tnkti no in tureat in tlnit Day and o it was tle cided to liavo Nervkos on Sunday in stead of on tho usual duty wild this one We do not ftttl that we clot afford to give another holiday this term niter Kiting you two already Hut wo oro glad to know this is not tin official Nunliment of tin1 Faculty1ot such expressions of opinion on the part of tutu memhei nosily give rise to the expression heard from ono student that ihi Faculty would rather have us study than pray While this in nut time voile of u majority of thu student we nro confident yet it indicates tht view that hoinn take of till meatier anil in in itself a strong tensors whys mich NI InehNIDI1N an till one made b one of the teachers should Ixt uroit irk For if it in Imlieved that HOIIIO stn dentft art dimnteruMed that is tht grout reason why thono students shuuhlrunliu the valui snit iiKin a Hincial Day of Prayer hy those wino do enjoy such a day Tim reason which has oomo to be generally taliovtd to the oillcial ono iethud tutu school could not spare another lutliday now as two had been given already this term and asannth ur in coining This in It dangcrou pmtHlent To the tatter element of the student thu Day of Prayer in not H holiday butw aIaldaytnp- lut for n serious purpose and not to ta If class of htudittitfl feel the change to Sunday in to IMI rvKrtitlndi tavatmo of tho dn hire to keep unchanged the memories of that duty miroly tho Faculty can nut afford to UK thomselves to tlll criticism already referred to shove Another nIHOn Sunday in a dRY for rut nUll HHoial services different from thiwo commonly conning on week days It is too often tho ease that Sunday in crowded full ofox Iran which nmku it tho hardest day of tho week for tho student This should bo avoided as fur as possible for tlio orercrowdinf results often hates it did lattt Sunday htudontn do not attend in any conxidurablu iniinlMT tho HjMicial nietingti Fur exnniple out of nine Htudontn taken nt random one attlllc1ld the aftornoon ineoting and two the ono tit night Yet they mire not thocnrolennHtudontH but are those who wold in all probability have intended like HPrvicra hold on Thursday Such httidentHnl ways havu dona before this why yonrlNow lines are not written illlllr for idle criticism nor to shows up faults and iniHtiikvH in othura but to urge that in future tutu opinionn of prominent htudontn bo cotiHiillod upon such mutters before such radi cal htepn urn taken The Wide World Ladynmith is left besieged by tho BH rs without lioira of rescue until immoral Hoboits iinishos hm plan for time campaign China is now tho sceno of opera tions by Htivtrnl of the Powers which liavo suet ships there to protect their interests In election of Senators in France the complexion of tho Senate was not changed tho nationalists being turned down Tho retreat of Gen Bullera wholo army acrobs tho Tngela River in S Africa ivlH up to time Doers all he had gained in u week of hanl fights State and County Circuit court adjourned yesterday Jesse Maupin 80 dill near Whites last Sunday Smallpox is reported at College lull and now cases at Richmond Kentucky shfppeI21511X1ouuds of turk y during last and Christmas K M ISiubry of Richmond has otarted n paper in the interest of time colored It is a monthly the Hammer The rumor spread just as wo wont to that Senator Goobel had boon killed that morning by some unknown or persons Such acts bring Kentucky into ills repute aa a poaceablo state THE CITIZEN I60c TwITlio Ituliliertlrud Buggy In a rullotrtlr1 tiiinry HearnvHrHlKlit thro my heart In n nt w and uhlnlnit baggy foniplcte In fr11U II won a broad hrlmmiil stetson And lie drove hay rcail nurf To that rnlibtrtlritl buggy In u way devoid ol rare Hf lltnl among elm lilnrgrHH Where the hard uninilh plkrs are white You Ian HC them strctddng ghostly On Its il cknt nioonlon ntijht Awl Mimftlmrii In my fancy inn aliniMt until It The IraRMit puiiKvnl odor Of lib luime made elgarvtte I that rubber tlrrt buggy And the Miund nl UH limrea 11- thy travckxlon Ilkr clockwork With MMid even lush 0 the ill rude ol the nUlitutnil Ia l our lam sa wlilrlnl lIon the u fifty pile ol lays ivnntry III a nrel M happy world m gay old hply mwtlifntt- liiuhlnc n klw s dclxinalr O rubier llrnl buggy AiM RtilUHt lltll mate Hack In lht Und of dolled I tweet nan forget THM lat In old Ktmturky IHvontol of IhiMiKht of chvrlihwi yet O lark and blmMy ronntry You uurr bright and lair to mol O Und ot kmda mnl blunrnwi Ol lund ind hmrt frtr O tuPud fetid ami bKiilt Of whiky fur hunts liitk Im MIIIIR light bread In the North Hut my deans In lAI Ksntue- klPERSONAL t CArroll Murphy U III 11k tJiHl Ialr nl Iln Orme wathtreSulunlaj- Arvly 11111 Ort iKli wu here a row days lAst week JOOM rlrt at WlfclU wa here left week cu tu inrM- r Minea ami T J O l orNO wyre In Conwn SitunUjr II White WH d wIrut Itkhnoivl Yrhty awl Alatda- yMwtArreerflIttINadl Lurk ftli Ui tlku- moral wNtrw tay- IkeJANeaW1WN rctumnl Metnl t i his SMN U l yton 0 Ur earlatulColteo4 Klmbrdl ww rMtor w KlrhnuxwJ KrhU T IMi rrtutnrf THurxUjr from trip to ClnrinnnU ml Prunkknt- l ouU o Ir tease toiUy or Orvirnn where he will mate hit home with his bolbvr Churlw iMtar- Ur and Mrs MorrU rctumeil to Lomlerllle wJ aiWr 11l1t1 a few weeks here wills rn INik UIT J Itohrrt IloalRMn ol Iltifvlllf tenl through UHII WeiltHMlny lute way to Illclr moiil ami llanklnrt- Gnorjrr iMrmt coil him tMvt IfI Mucjle Co ln 1tt11hlUtdalnr JoplUi Mo kt Juhn Coy It who l In buIaee then Martin Itxtr his umlly here trove llnlfrTllle Tuesday They live In nro Fees liner near It W TixWn Mr bury ilnnvit Mile Mocnlary ol the V A Addre the young men ol thi allege uilay Traliif In Ill IalU 1111 W W lUiter ullUrol the JImnMn Sttlrl putitMml ManrhMrr iptiit HTprnl iliiyi In town but w cuwtotW toIIM Mr llnx trr Bunlo Tun ClTIIKN n pltuxuntrall lout wtvk Jrwlah HurilHt wa running n box Al bli Mill unit the IabblteAplafel the hoi met aUUIklnr hl five burning hloi qnlla M rrrvly alioHl lilt left eye IUr CIlfTonl W IltniM httnlctor In the lit partrarnt of Sociology ChlmRO Unlrrnlty uhn here with Dr W K lurton left Wttlnmlny im a kip through the mountains coming out at CuinlrrlsuJ Oat WI rote of Aiioka Minn a student here two yrana gr arrived In lonThurlay tntpcml a tee ilayi visiting friends hero on liU way to leoricla where he excta to p iul a ynr ai tHimUnc talnman for Iowrm Illglcy and Co Chicago Ho led Monday for tome On LOCALS horse for sale CITIZEN office Just niok Colic Ogg how he burnt armFor two bicycles at f20 and Fltut CITIZEN office Printed Huron College stationary la nil the go At the Printiniroilieo- G18000 square inches of scratch paper surface for only UJ cents at the Printingoffice One of the young ladies of Berea has just discovered that Cash Van Winkle is a widower Fred Hart has been qualified as ndminiBtrator of the estate of A W Hart deceased at Conway Lumber for a now house has been Imulwl to tho lot west of Frank Maupiua house on Depot Street A S Mnnn gave away his Intorna lional Law by mistake Friday oven ing anil studied Jtamona instead on SaturdayA Hatnsoy sold his house on Dojwt Street to Will K Gabbard last Thursday Price 350 Mr amsoy will build another near the saute place soon Free Calendar Blotters at tho Printingoffice Free Everything else in our lino us near ire as you will over too itwo chargo onlB little to two if you aro in earnest UHn 7Jz Z OZOZ Ci7i7 I A PROCLAMATION OF IECONOMY for the Fall and Winter W Mens and Boys Fine S t Stylish M- adeCLOTHING m I- uXFareprrywrtto p cloth ycm with the Ixiwtatprlwl rlhl rnmle nlwlutely SK In Ainrrlii Ulnlillymiule aIt is ut famuu Vitals BranJ W the onlyrradylowesrInlhingTillored1u sitrlrlly Mlentlfic bola In clean rcntllnliil workmumn Ivtlixi lIlliiK and wmrnnltlim IHWUW the Inshl Vlialthevery lift of the Karmeiil if turvIiilncM III innklni nrpriMntJi thew11I Isdlareoftluuunit lhought awl N a hchh1 enntmht to the tdinlng onlliuiry rwulytowciir Clothing Tho Fabrics thud We shoc are lle very dslgn tlrt will II seen this eutrrn Iuy ronilueleceluslvely to us In the tutus d I hue faitik Thus luukt vximunlliiary vilunt cumblninK oiirgrcit iifierl thaluc ttwu alit do Klluur CluthliiK u- tLESS t 4 MONEY 4 I Thun rUwlwrc Plow w nlTonl t i will such hl ligrmle CMotMns lor less money Ithan elsewhere Our XT IIIC and Mmple hire Is a intxleru store contracted ulrlrtly on pfugrcMlve pluus our tolliliKf la nn tlie smallest margin of profit i1i dj niUng on a Urge viilumi or liiiimfii The more Clothing we sell the grouter Vur pmnhuting oi iTili lowrroiirprlcBi ular the ttory In a nnulicll rvvv COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY o W Tho interior of tho Madison Nation al hulk at Richmond has been hoar tified by i onie extensive repairs TIll item in lust weeks CITIZEN concerning tho L t N earnings should have rend that the road earn ed JCOO in Bereit in 18W As it was till item was somewhat indiffer out A 1 Elder recently plotted what is known lathers addition to Bortu E W fold doing the surveying and plotting Mr Elder has laid oil lots in good hapc staking out strut null alleys nUll his land in now on the market Several of the outside lots have knell sold Services alnadyI the Day of Prayer for Colleges were held last Sunday at 3 P M nUll 7 P M Tho service in tho afternoon wa conducted by ROY James W Rain of Dayton 0 who gave a thoughtful address In thoevouiugllrsTeetO- led rN and testia students experience mony mooting which proved interest ing and helpful Roy Mr Rain delivered the morning sermon at the Chapel urging upon all tho nwessity of having some flied belief the re Mull of experience about tho grea truths of Christianity Tho Kentucky Colonels a male quartet well known in Richmond and neighboring towns to tho north of that will give a concert in tho Mas onic Temple ut Richmond to morrow night Feb L Mr A D Flora the bass tN well known in business cir clew in Madison county ns ho was formerly proprietor of a monument es tablishment at Richmond before ho joined the Colonels five years ago Press notices all unite in praising tho Colonels and any of our citizens who can go are assured of a very pleasant evening Parties from Borea wishing to go will please notify tho editor of the CITIZEN who has tickots hero and who will make all necessary arango ments forcouveyance reserving sets etc if ho is notified by nine oclock tomorrow morning Cost per per son f100 including round trip to Richmond fwd reserved scat Tuesday evening Jun 23 Rev Jamas W Rain of Dayton 0 doliv oral tho second entertainment of tho Lyceum Course his subject being Lights and Shadows of American Life As is quito likely to happen Mr Ruin did not say anything about his subject but gave miscellaneous readings from various works the Scotch dialect being prominent Roy Rain is a master of this style as is natural ho being a native born Scotchman and an American simply by marriage Manyof tho read ings were familiar to part of tho au dience at least but tho lecturers su perior rendering of oven tho familiar ones is worthy of mention Now in terpretation was given and this lucid tho effect of making nu interesting imd instructive program Persons who lead a lifo of expos lire are subject to rheumatism lieu rulgia and lumbago will find a vlllu- ablo remedy in BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT it will banish pains and subdue inflamation Prico 25 and CO costa S E Welch Jr IALetter from Rile Dear CITIZEN A long time ago mo V Iko Jack son got to swappiu ideas ono day lies a neighbor of mine an lie said Luck Combs eM boy is aimin1 to go off to college Hell play smash Dyo reckon sof I said Uhhuj hell bettor bo amakin n livinstudo killin time at school Isis pup gives im fifty acres o1 laud an he sold hit back fur 100 to go to school on My notion is tho fuller who chops an grubs is the ono whol git thnr I let my boy Mat havo a pieco o laud an hes clcariii liko forty Tho way hell git almond o Combs 1s lay will make your head swim myqno you Ike I think hits jist tother way CombsVs chap got thar Eli- I cant see how Rile Jilt wait an sea if I aint right Youd bettor send Mat too A Mlei that aint educatod cant run a farm right an thu times a com in when IK wont stand no chance Mo an you marrytlittle holler nn work liko a mulo in a log wagon ef ho makes a good liv in Works alright but a fuller ort to know some hin else Illresk Slat amakiu bread an meat I jii t let Iko have his way an that lay o his cleared a whole steep hill slip Ho put it all in corn an tho weeds como in a p o akin hit Mat married shore null an is livin on lug emHatch Branch an lookin liko a grotinhog His wife an children gt all tho stovowood an ho fools around n heap with an old gun His hillsidenlost all slid ofT to tho bot torn an whats loft is too poor to sprout peas That Combs feller wont to school a long time an got back lookiu like a lawor or congressman lies got a good farm down tho vally an fetched in a wife a year ago lies one o the smartest bestthoughtof men on Powderhorn Bluo hole or any creek in tho county You CITIZEN folks mustnt think Im atellin this for devilment Aiut no joko about hit outsido o tho lUll I had out o Ike Ho said to me one day Youre tho long hoadodost man in this era brush Rile Whod V thought you wuz right about Mat an Combs1IShucks A man with one eye an halfsense could a soon that I said an Iko looked like hud let a bird go Yours Vontshusly RILEY liUOQLES TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is tho only remedy for pilusindorHlClmost obstinate causes Prico CO cents ill bottles Tubes 7f cents S E Welch Jr W II Hopkins is fitting up a bak ery ill tho Johnson building backof Mrs Fishs millinery store and expects to bo in running order soon NNM W NNNNNNNN W 1NMN1N rAN INDEPENDENT I L WEEKLY11NMNNNN J Berea Monument flue result of work and reasonable prices it that OT StateWilenAnything the monument line M WI and we will tend you designs and jirlceti Headstones 600 up to amounts Granite Monuments At prices to times JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky A TOOTH in rtsponmhlo for many aches and paiiiH But whatever time causoof decay it Hhould bo arrcntud and tho teeth put in good condition Sciuco act skill have made it a simple nuttier The dentists no terrorsAll regard to our patrons comfort convenience and ult inato Vo fill oroxtnict teeth with patientOur at 500 made on zylonito or rubber am absolutely perfect Wo guarantee them Teeth Extracted 250 Best Amalgam Filling 750 Half Faro on It R and free hotel ao comodalionn for people from a die titmice who write for appointments DR V H HOBSON Office Door to Postoflice Rich mond Ky Ollice open nights IIiNNs Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZENmay also Tie Blade or Th Louisville Commercial For a Year All for 100a year Dont Miss It Come at Once IAll subscriptions mustcome a TUB CITrzE- VATTENTION Mill MEN TRY our Small Dimension mid Picket Mill fur cutlliiK Ijith 1ekat Imir and olbcr Small Dliiicnrlon Stock from the round block Send for MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan l73m Ip ijjDESIGNS1j r ADVICE AS TO ArEN r Notice In FREEHook flow to obtain f mtxierntf No fee till pa tent Is secured r AddreuEJo Thu worst muter effects of influenza arise from derangwl functions of the liver Clear thin blood at ouco with HEKBINE for it will strengthen tho liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons CO cents S E Welch Jr JENNESS MILLER SHOESFor 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 Accept Other DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 Wot Mama St RICHMOND KT The Co good in hole any Marble and suit the Material and work firstclass SWEET chair satisfaction clean Next Toledo SOc elrcululs Inventive Price No CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I OGQ Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But TLv Best Finish at the Lowest Prices BURTON The Photographer StJIIIIKHFineViews about Jlerea a specially CrF HANSONSLIVERY You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT 2YILJI AT ALL llanwa that are not properly adjusted to your eyes urN actually daiiK ronv It and you oiiKht In know It I will not attempt to suit CluKg to your eyes until I know what ueedod Kjea examined free A Nice tine of Novelties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Opticiu 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 Jiutlding Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone ItxnlUrnce No n OfHcr No OC J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours i to IS A Mt 1 toY 1 1f National Bank Building Kicimond Ky KodolDyspepsia you Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon Btructlnp the exhausted digestive or It latest dlscovereddlgt1 to ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in etantly relieves and permanently cure Dyspepsia Indigestion Ileartburm Sour Stomach Nauae Sick eadachcGastralgI Cramps all other results of Imparfectdlgcstl Prepared by E C DcWltt A Co Crjlco S E WEL III Jr r F CONFESSION Whom do lIon And must I tell Sweetheart the whole Mst through I love now let me think a spell I love well I love you Nay dont prottnt find hide your tRce Dear met and blushes too And Is It then a sad disgrace My own that I love you One day you mme avlsltlns My heart no doubt you knew Tou entered without knock or ring And stayed 10 I love you Youre not no very large and still I fear me It Is true That In my heart nb other wIll Find place while I love you So heres a klsaCl newsigned leave Thus love shall aye renew Tour freehold In my heart and peace Shall reign for I love you Chicago Dally Record ICoryrleht set by D Appleton ft Co All rights reserve CHAPTER XXII I CONTINUED As we sat down to breakfast the clicralici explained that he had made a further search for the letter but in vain outfit to have toldou1 said I hav found it WhereIn garden in shreds and tatters lie became suddenly very silent and ro we finithed our meal All that day I rest ed more for the homes sake than my own and bn sure did not fail to make frequent inquiry of Angiolas condition hear tag each time she was better and would certainly see me on the morrow Whilst I lay resting my mind was active I eat up the time I had left at my disposal still had four clear days to carry out my mission and to make my plans to intercept ItozarJo Rut after my departure in le mgia I had need for extra care and could not afford to throw away an hour of the four days that were left to me There were many points to think of Itozardo would no doubt be strongly escorted and if the 40 000 ducats he had with him were in gold they would bo difficult to carry away and would be a great tcnfptation to my men I could answer for Jacopo and Ikande Nero of course St Armando was beyond suspi don my doubts of him were at rot but for the others They might or might not yield to temptation If they did yield af fairs would b serious indeed I deliber ated long and carefully making up my mind to adopt the following course Trcmotiillc rae but a few miles from me I would see him tell of the enterprise which DAinboiie had intrusted to me and ask him to send a troop or some trusted men to whom I could hand over the money in case succeeded If he could send these men on to Sassoferrato I meant to ambuscade on tho tanks of the Misa make a dash at Ilozarda there and if all went well they could re teive the money in a few hours and relieve me of that anxiety Of course Trcmouillc inght refuse to see me he night even do averse but I would give him the chance and cectV the risk When I tame to think of It it was hardly nosaiLIs that he was unacquainted with the cardinals design and I could form no Letter plan than the one I had resolved ipon I rtould have to deny myself the pleasure of seeing Angiola on the morrow but the four days gave me no margin The lays repose did me much good and after upper which wo tool about six oclock ordered Castor to be saddled St Armando looked surprised but I wasted no words telling him briefly that I was bound on business and that on my return we should have to make an immediate start I refused all offer companionship and shortly after Castor and I were galloping through the glow ofa late sunset to the camp of Trc taouUlrskirled the shores of Trasiincnc the toad being easier there andas I went on couldnot help wondering to myself what manner of reception I would have from the duke Good or bad I was determined to see him and I soon caught sight of the lino of tents cresting the hill that overhung the defile where Hannibal caught the Ho mans The tents were soon lost yto view In the gray of the coming night One by one the camp fires began to light the hills the mist that rise iserg after sundown enveloped me and slackening speed I let Castor pick his way up an ascending road covered with loose stones and cut into ruts and fissures In awhile I came to an out poet ondat once challenged by the sen try and surrounded by the picket r ex plained that I was from Home to see tho duke and could not possibly give the pass word The officer of the watch replied that this was my alfair not his and that I would have to remain here until the morning or until a field officer inspected the pouts in which case he would take his orders There was no help for it and resigned myself to circumstances with an inpatient heart So an hour or two passed which beguiled by discourse with the subaltern telling him of Itome he was a cadet of the house of Alhani and hearing petty items of news In return the chief of which was that thn Seigneur de Ilayard had returned to the camp Even as he said this we heard the deep bay of a hound and I recognized Dyads throatPer lotto It it Ilayard himself going the grand rounds exclaimed the subaltern springing to his feet and giving the order for the luen to stand at attention In a few minutes we heard the sound of horses hoofs the sharp clinic of steel scabbards and a halfdozen horsemen rode up Aa they approached Castor neighed in recognition of his twin brother and an answering rail showed that Iollux knew the greeting and gave it buck The hound too mime up and raising on his hind feet fawned a welcome to mc I made myself known to Bayard at once Cielt he said you are the last man expected to meet and you want to see the duke conic with mo then On our way I told him of the success of my attempt to frco Angiola We have just heard of it he saidand It has gone far in your favor In fact Mine dn la Tremouille who is back again could peak of nothing else at upper this even ing It was ft brave deed and envied your luck cavalierc I told him of my plan inquiring if he thought Tremoullle would give me the as listance I wanted pointing out that the movement of any troops where wanted the detachment to go could not possibly betaken as a breach of tho truce 8 for the made answer it i In the air TheLing has really left 1hn roe at last It Is said that the advance pitrd Utyler the Seneschal of Jleaucaire bas already crossed the Ombrone Tremoullle cannot possibly refuse and here we arc Wo pull d up to the entrance of a largo pavilion cut of whose open door a broadband of light streamed into the night Follow me said Bayard and did ao tho guards saluting respectfully as we en teivd hadnot time to look about me but saw that Tmnouille who was in his armor nma tficiig up and down the tent with his limping call and dictating a dispatch to his secretary He topped short in his walk and greeting Ilayard cheerfully looked at me with a grave surprise This is M di Savelli said Ilayard lie has business of such importance with your excellency that have taken it upon myself to tiling him here The duke glanced at me keenly the thin lines of his liw closing together Aro you aware of the risk you run by coming to my campy he asked I am perfectly aware your excellency but You must either lc a foolor a very bravo man ho interrupted I Iny claim to neither honor my lord and I take the risk will you hear me He nodded mud I laid my proposal before him When I had finished his face ex prcsHed approval detachIlIawkwOOlImoney over to I understand my lord and bowing I fIti red Ax reached the door of the pa vilion I heard the dukl voice Again- M di Savelli- My lordamid I faced him Succeed in this and count me as a friend give the word of Trcrcouillc I thank your excellency and turning again I went forth llayaid followed me out I have half a mind to ask you to let me share your adventure he said Iam afraid however they will nut alloV me to go At any rate I will ride hack to the outposts with you down Bran and he swung into the twiddle When I shook sands with Ilayard on parting from him his last speech was IV careful cavalicre for Tremouillc is a manor his wordir you fail however remember the game is not yet lost goodbye and good luck- I turned Castors head towards the con vent and leaving the romp fires behind me went on through the darkness It was midnight when reached the villa Those tough old soldiers Jacopo and Rande Xere were on the watch Everything was reedy and after shariug a skin of wine all round we rode out shadowy figures through the mist now faintly lit up by a young moon nhoae thin crescent lay quietly in the sky I looked back at the walls of the convent from a window of an upper chamber a light was shining Perhaps it was hen And I bent down my head in a silent prayer for Gods help in my fight back to honor CIIAITEIl XXIV TOO DEARLY BOUGHT About a mile from Arcevia the road from SinigaglU to Rome begins ti ascend the oak alirouded hills whence the Visa has its source passe Sawofcrrato and then turning due south goes on for some nine miles over the mountains At the point where this road up to now following the Uinktt of the Visa and advancing in a gen tie slope begins the somewhat abrupt ss cent of the outer chain of the Pennine Alps on high overhanging rock covered with twisted end gnarled oakstood a ruined and deserted castle It was of the eleventh century and originally belonged to the Malatesta whose battered and defaced ecutchcon frowned over the halffalling arch of the gate Now it was ownerless but there were tenants there for the falcon had made her eyrie in its rocks in the crannies of the falling towers were numberless nests of swallows on the ruined debris of the walls the little red lizard basked in the sunlight and when the night came the melancholy hoot of the owl was heard and tawny fox and gray wild rat stole forth on plundering quests from their secure re treats amidst the thorn the wild ncrpy them and the fragments of tIle overthrown outer wall which afforded these bandits of nature so safe a hiding place For once however for many years the castle was again occupied by man There were a dozen good horses under the lee of the north wall which still stood intact and in the great ball part of whose root lay Ol n to the sky a fro of oak logs was burning whilst around it were gathered Jacopo and my men cracking jokes and finding the lot tom of a wine skin In a smaller cham her a little to the right I sat with St Ar mande and the abbe We that is the cheva lier and myself had been dicing a little to gether to kill time the abbo improving the occasion by reading from his breviary We had now been here for three days on the watch for llozardos party but there was no sign of them They had certainly not gone on or we had carefully inquired and were doubtless detained by some reason of which we knew not the details In order not to bo taken by surprise IliadIICnt liande Nero on to scout with instructions to come back with a free rein the instant he had news of the party Two days had passed since he went there was no sign of him and I Will beginning to feel a little anxious DiavoJo exclaimed I am getting sick of sitting like a vulture on a rock here I wish Mr Ilozardo would hasten his steps The abbe looked up in mild surprise and St Armando put in gently The compul sory rest has dote your wound good at any rateI fancy chevalier I owe more thanks to your skillful doctoring than to the rest Ier Itaccol But I think I shall carry those claw mark to my grave What one carries to the grave does uot matter said the abbe it is what one car ries beyond the grave that the signor cava Hero should think of True reverendsir I trust I may ever remember that and rising I put my hand on St Armandos shoulder come chevalier I go to take a turn outside will you join suet He rose with pleasure on his face On our way out we passed through the great hall and listened for a moment to Jacopo who in a tuneful voice woe singing Tuscan love song So absorbed was he and his audience that they did not observe us nor did our footfall attract any attention all we paaaud out into the open air The moon was still young enough for all the stan to bo visible and leaning over the ruined battlements wo looked out into the night Far below us we heard the river murmuring onwards towards the sea behind us the castle stood grim und silent a red light showing from the windows of the hall through which we could catch theslti- ng chorus to Jacopo1 song For n time neither of us spoke and then to make some conversation turned to say that tbbe chevalier who ac companies you everywhere Not a tutor surely In a aell be answered he was burn and brought up on our estates and is a faithful cervaRt of cur home you must know he went on ilat in Picardy the name of St Armando honored as that of the king I would trust Cnrillon with more than my life my honnr if need be for he and his father have served us more faith ully fear than we have served France Not more faithfully than you mean to though eh St Armandel If live was the reply as ho simile n slight gesture a movement of the head that brought buck to me the shadowy memory I was ahvuyft trying to grasp- Livewhy of course you will live I answered I shall not see the sun set tomorrow- looked at him blankly for a moment Moon and stars wcro sufficient to light his race so that I could the sad faraway eyes eyes more fit for a taint than a sol slier Animo Do not talk like that It Is non sviioe but I felt n foreboding myself that I could not account for and it chilled me It is not nonsense he said in his dreamy voice and then as if rousing suddenly Cavaliere di Savelli I t you to prom iso me one thing Do not livmtnte but prone ise It is about myself akwillou and he held me by the liMn with his slight finGers that felt were shaking To soothe him I answered gravely promifo I know that will not live beyond tomorrow When I die bury me as I niu hre hen in this rumandand you will not forget me will youT As he said this his voice took a cadence auddenlybroughtlonger vague and misty but clear and dis tinct In a moment the wales fell from m cyew and I saw seemed to be once morn hawking on the banks of the Chlana with madame I as once snore In the aisles of the church at Arena treading down tempta tion and bidding farewell to a woman who was trying to be strong God In heaven I gasped to myself at I leaned back against parapet and drew my hand across my forehead n6 if to wnkr myself from a dream St Annandc did not notice my exclamation he did not oven ob serve my movement His own excitement carried him away Promise he said and shook my arm in his earnest entreaty As there is a God above me I promise I believe you he said simply anti now I am joins in I male no offer to bear him company and his slight figure drifted into the moonlight I saw it clearly again making a dark lair against the red glare in the open door of the hall and then it vanished from view I was utterly thunderstruck by the discovery had made A hundred ai tion a hundred tricks of gesture of speechof manner should have disclosed St Annamli identi ty to me Now I knew it it was all sim I know that I will not live bond tomorrow pie and clear that I wondered at my denseness in not having guessed through the elia guise before Now that had discovered it however now that my hlindncM was cured what was I todo I rosolved on keeping the secret I lad probed and never once letting St Annande know he was other than what he pretended to be A great pity came up in my heart for there was n time when I almost thought I loved this woman and it required little conceit to see after what had happened that madame was prei arcd to make almost any sacrifice for my sake I was sorry more sorry than I can tell for I knew my own hands were not clean in thin matter and I paced up and down Hinging hitter reproach at nlysulfand utterly at a lots to plan out some way of escaping from the difficulty in which I was placed made up my mind that St Anuande as I will itlll speak of the disguised chevalier should be placed in no danger resolving that nt soon as the affairon which we were engaged was over that would send him or rather her with a message to the cardinal and the men sage was to be one that I hoped and trusted would have the effect of making mndanie cease her foolish prnnk1 hind it at this moment almost in my heart to bo angry with her but I could not for the small voice that kept whifcicring to 1110 Thou art not free from blame I was not hut nothing would induce me to add another wrong to the one had committed That in itself was sufficient to haunt me to tho grave and shivered all I llioilght of the abbeB words It is what one carries beyond the grave that tho signor cuvalicre should thinkof Soaltenlately reproaching myself and revliefhours of the morning stale back into tho cas tie Round the fire in the great hall the figures of my followers were stretched nil but one who kept watch but recognizing lao did not challenge passel by softly and entered the other room The abbo dropped asleep over his breviary the lamp burping low beside him Rolled in a cloak and half reclining against a saddle St Armando was in a pro found slumber I took tile lamp in my hand and holding it aloft surveyed the sleeping figure A last hope lad cotno to my mind that was mistaken that perhaps was jumping too quickly to conclusions Slut no there was not a doubt of it There could be no mistaking that fair face with its deli cute features the straight nose the curved LOll of the lips half hidden under its dis guise the small shapely head with its natural curls of short golden hair oh I knew nil these too well It was Doris dKntrungups without shadow of doubt and no blind beggar who groped his way through a lifelong darkness w8 blinder than I had been I set down the lamp softly and wild n sick heart stepped back Into the hall where found room for myself until the morning which indeed it was already With the uinrise awakened from a fitful sleep by hearing ISande Acres voice What newlt asked as I drew the old sollier aside PhAvc been as far IS irffigla Mtl honey nnd all goes well The party left SJnignglia the morning arrived amid fol lowed in their track letting then keep well nIRIahead it however I pasted them TLry will bo hereabout noon ma be a little before Tho number Ten lances excellency for escort It li those we have to deal with Then there arc about a score of mounted servants four laden tunics and Monniifiioro Bomrdo Um That U rather strung if the seer ants rarry weapons hut they march as through a friendly country signore tho servant going 01 ahead to prc aro for Inoi signore s arrival He himself keeps closo to the mules with one or two men and of course the escort Do you know who commands time escort Xo excellency I did not wish to risk anything and naked no questions You are right and lave done well here are ten crowns Your excellency is generosity itself It is not more than you deserve hand get sonicthiiiK to oat now and take at Much nt ns you can within the next hour Kxecllcwyi and Hondo Nere stepped lack to join Isis fellows who surrounded him with eager questions and there wits a bustling nnd a bucklingto of arts and ar ntourIwe met a my no signs of my discovery to St Armando and whiM we breakfasted together I told hint that the time was come for which Wt had been waiting Remember your promise he said with an affected gayety but Isis voice nearly broke down and saw the abbe glance at him with a deep compassion I will not forget answered but God grant there may be no need to keep it I should say Amen to that he an wcred only I cannot My were already made and Isoon as we lad breakfasted we set forth from the castle Tho roalQI have already ex plained ascended abruptly rjiort distance from the true of the rock on which the cu tie was lurched Between the lase of the rock and the toad wm a narrow but thick belt of forest which afforded admirable ron rralmcnt and hero we toted ourselvri secure from all nov The abbe aml St Ar mando insisted on arcumpanj jag us anti in order to put the chevalier from Inn placed him n little way up the rock with instructions to charge down as Loon as he heard my whistle which never intended to blow The abbe took Isis station beside him saying where the chevalier was it was hiii duty to be St Armande lipid out a small hand to me aI WM turning away and I took it gently for a moment in mine Thr quirk impulsive movement reminded m much of that day when madam hud Mil this flowers gathered to her hatband fare Something almost rliokol me as I turned away hastily having eJy strength to re teat my warning Do not move till you her my whittle ITO DC CONTINUED AN EXTENSIVE REPERTORY A Vlnily WliUIIrr sit CliltnK VIiu- 3Irumirr lib Melody In Mlalult lItoIlie Is a fairly good v1iUtltT and lint some knotltrlge of music 1k ham probe ably attended the gratin opera and rrc ollectft some of the aim nidrst to bring to mInd He is not a iMMhful man nor inclined to side Ms light under n btuh 11 In fact he distributed melody over seven mllw of Chleugo territory the other morning regnnllca of the fact thnt the market price of whistling was very bearish lIe entered nn Alley I train at Lexington avenue opened hU inimical valve and never hell olT until he debnrkcil at Fifth avenue nnd Mndi son He broke nil rccrrdi in this city nt least for contlnuoim jwrfonnnncc whistling Millc lie produced some things In old and new opera lie was not limit d to mere classics He wnrliled popular airs ns chnngr from the more stately number In hla progrnrnine and tomrd iu n few marchcR and two step cut In with waltzes and jwlkon nnd even con descended to funiUli n few coon songs for good measure Every Inipl ration anti expiration was accompanied by n new note In the medley of gems So continuous and uninterrupted was the flow of until that the other j scn gem abandoned nil attempts to rend the news and In more or lees excite meat listened to Mm win whistled As soon ns lie took his scat he puck ered litn lips and sent forth the prelude and intrnncrzn by MaFcagnl Then he awed to tho Salve Dimorn from Palest but became Involved In palm cf Us Intricacies He jumped sldtlfdl Into Owl flack Lady and lm Uifi wound this up dashed Into a favorlU march Then he tackled Walt he rs song In Tnnnl otucrnnd wrltltlrt1 with It to good effect leaving accomplished this in three miles of his journey lit got to work on the Jolly Brother nnltz danced through It and back ngaln Into romantic opera He had everything Ws own way for nothing razed him lie was harder to Itnocl out than Slmrkiy Remarks its revilement posted over his head nail mingle confusedly with the liquid melody which his piirscdUp lips tent forth One passenger rode three ntntloci farther than necessary In order tool wrvo how long it would last He got off with time warbler nnd followed lilit to tho street Still the music flowed merrily on and the man of many tuner disappeared down the nvcnuo still bUIIJ with Ills mouthpiece Sam Wellcr in Hath Will not half d great as ho muttered the man win followed A an allaround volianil e d whistler that man Is entitled to f monument Chicago Chronicle IHn KnVrtlvv nthlrl Kev Patrick Watson vicar of Iarlw field n great authority on the 11013 farad who had justdled nctirCulro was a stickler for accuracy An nmttslif passage of arena once took place l e tureen him ami tile present nreliblsliof of Canterbury A committee report was under consideration and Mr Wit son objected to the heading JJs movnl of Premises on the ground thus the things inside the were ro moved and not the blinding Dr Tern pie replied sutprvt you often tell your wire till Kettle boils but il doesnt The nutling roared with laughter and passes on Iq lice ray- bufoeudAndon iT TW NEELED THE SOAP The Amlnbllllr of Women Shopper la a llnraaln Sitar flush TealT Fetching III It wit nt a department store bsr ln ronn lee for odds and ends Women nqurrzcd and cllxmcd and shoved torpt alongside counter Irequently happened to lick up the saint bargain at one same time and then retained their clutchon it antlookrd dagger st each other until the stronger of the two won the vie or the bargain was rent into ribbons- A haughty matron with an electric seal coat picked up a box containing three cakes of imported soap for cents at the same moment that an humblelooking little wom an in a faded tan colt had fastened hn grasp on IKJXI I was the first to take hold of Iris said the matron in the electric leal coat The humblelooking little woman held on for a tIIlnutel studying hrr antagonist then the nrr hold on box amiablySionThe bargain counter Is the place to oh onunolheruhingtoo There is more Catarrh In this section ot the country than all other diseases put to until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctor pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease therefore requires constitutional treatment lIalll Catarrh lure manufactured h K J onlrCGntitutiootaken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the and mucous surfaces of the system They otter one hundred dollars rate tetIimonialsledo O Sold h Druggists 73c Halls Family are the belt A Mcilillriom Amntrur Uncle Bill what is a political love feud t Well it is when a big lot of politicians get together and sledge themselves to keep scraplatilanapoli The list lrr irlillan for Chills avid Purer Is u liottlo of Canvas TtsTiarss CUIUTOMK IL lr andgutnmm a UMot sIorui Not1 no pay 1r1ecA Alcoholic or Yet Cuitomcr Mv room it full olnts and lieu want bro strychnine1Isiladeplmumo or Prr T Cans +IdI u sy Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets All- Iruggtstarofundmoney if U folia to cure So A bachelor says that widows weep not because of the loss of a hu l and Ixtiun of the lock of oneCbago IIY Sees Tim Jiirrn Jt Crrcrrnl Only 94 hours to Sew Orlrnn This Queen- G rinceut In use shortest lin Koutli It iint so easy to Mect as to recollect what men owe you bcago Dispatch FactsFor Women Firstthe mttoln that holds tho record for the largest numbor of mkso luto Cures of fmmmlm Ills Is LydIa E Plnkhams Vogotablo Compound SocondMrs Plnkhmtn can show by her letter files In Lynn that m mil lion women have meen restored to health my her medicine andadvice Third All letteratoMrs Pinkham are received opened road and an swered by women only This fact Is certifiedto my tho mayor and postmas tor of Lynn and others of Mrs Pnkhams own oily Write for free book con taming those certificates Evory ailing woman Is Invited to write to Mrs Pinkham and got her ad vice free of charge Lydia B riakbam Med Co Lynn Mw tRlS t1Kl1i L W jsheal COM ti Bjnip artlw tub CM In time Sold by dni rlu 1 e5NNsNNI NN4 II A Miss is As iGoodas a Mile e irljq Ifyouire not entirety w tttwtt are 1 ill Illness does not mean deaths door t It Is 4 sense of tveriness n feelinga lift filled with plns und suffering In 90 of Urtrflifthe blood is to blAme Hoods pjirilU is Natures corrective for orders of the Mood Remember 11dWOU1rr I q NNN1NMraNrrN NI WILLING TO TRY IT Re Lineage NlUT as Lung as II Hail a Suniclrncy ol the Coin she said that ou had an tibntcamePerhaps he never looked the matttr up Of course you are a lintel descendant ol some one who came over in the Mayflower- I dont know It is heestba that am limited rroords DdttlIarent oinlhng himself cornered he broke down ant confessed fathers name was Szfehzrmkendow ski which he changed to Dews with tho sanction of the court She sat for a moment almoit crushed Then hope kcemrU to return to her and aba yalrrfatherI figure that my share of the estate will br about WOnoOOO he sail All right she answered briskly wean ut the imrsKe and still be happydear liicato TunesHer aid Does ourheld ache PaIn back of BadtasclnyournlouthIts liver They cure constlpulDn liveriwant year rnnltarhs ne brd It uuutwb- rews a biek Tims us hBUCKINGHAMS gr5 M t 4 eNeetaeatlcfsdt ee FOR 14 CENTSm- iwbb le red Xt ls r sail ii ip P tLrn 0155bsiM 111II tIe I 1Tta1100folael AbovtsPk wothIldgwwill S ipartbr wtb ear- atheist ilif aloes PITA10pocIpNlpial eurps a bw bareaa Ire Iaot rr Iot 4 t i Da 4 IaT + TllliNGU g e 1 s 4 1 auU I Sad your sumo and aJress on a postal and we will send you our I36 page Illustrated catalogue free a WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 Wlnhsstir Menu New Itara Cons iiI vEJi YW G lUlpdPpsti Aldrninn In ofCrie AU ama stet C vILLIAl1l W4 top tLtviLASU town OF SMOKE Ttltalmsklln6wboanwlth r rbper Sml loi lIw a DROPSYnw sod dr tnimnetree IT II IIHKKNll MMI llol Atiaalli IL ADICS 5i u inr raitxis n rrlna- pwfa1 CI4IISS SUIIMX hIU = 111 Tfi fSlir st Ro teS I One reason why travelers to Texas go via Mcmphis and the Cotton Belt is that the Cotton Belt is from 25 to 100 miles shorter than other routes This saving in distance makes a corresponding saving in time Thtin trtlnt esrrr Iotlmsn Sleepre st hlrhl Psrlor CsftCsrs thdsysadThroeibOoaehelmndrrUellningChdrCarlIodh any conntrrWrit yon are icing sort shin nm wilIioTt and we will tell you whit rmir ticket nlll con and what slain llkIu mike the heal lien end eonntclloni Wt will also find toe so Intreding little book Trip to Texas fiEWUISInlEIIT Alves rvlirr and mea word rlO FRED II JONES D P A Memphis Tcnn W C PEELER T P A Memphis Tcnn W Q ADAMS T P Chattanooga Tom e W LaBEAUMB Q P and T A St Lals MnI 3 1 n THE CITIZEN T O IASCO Editor end Manager IIKUKA KKMTUCKY The iiiciubcrs of till MnstmchtisctU leglglnltlro jiretent a coHiuopolltun record when It COIIICB to the picNtlon tit nutlvlty fib of them were born In Knglnnd six In Ireland four In Can nth two In Scotlniul und our both In Nova Scotln icrnmny and Rosin An time for the conKrciwIiiiml library Is JIM for the IMirchiiKo of nn automobile for the use of Librarian Illliunn At jinwiit tho librarian yitpplkS with a horse nml carriage and II claimed Unit the punhuso nf an automobile will really work n mivliif to the ijnvfnimtnt Durliiff lustyear as2u2001 bimlicl of jrrnlii and 8iy 5ii Kallona of iiiolascpn were used for the maim tIIUlltrrhlehspirltd nnd 10278ns fallotiM of mm limbing n total of loyS73ltt8 ThiH In about one gallon nnd a hiilf to every itiun woman nnd child In the country u tH nlir Henderson IIIIH mnde a new rtKuliitiini In rc iinl to obituary nil dnSKUM Hereafter iloorkccperM are not allowed to take In cards or sum mon inciiibcru to the corridor while Itt uddrtMixeit are makliiff Jibs Iden kiciim to be to cncounito the few niinlHr who remnlti to pry their re srM la tn the iiipiimry of their former nllllmiICM During n murder trial nt New Hnmttwlak N J tin other dry one of ttir wNnessiw tcMtillttl that In Hun fnry till HTHOIIA Intending to liuml pritc to the Inltrd Staten nre given to HniUrMimil that ne rly every Aiuer bn enrrlcM n revolver and very quick ou the trigger To thin feet the ivilnesanhl due lit rvadlnmti of Hungarian to use knlrea nod guns In gwanrela The jmrt folio of then jIiIlhl Sea rrliry IIIIK time other dry entails hoinn hunt work lint for my part liaii never knon nncli haul work I weNt through with as n tencher ulirn for two ycurK I tins connected vitli the Wenlford academy In Minis a fhnxattK Slnco tlumo tliiys I linvo at unVf bid tin greatest sympathy with mat the hlgluit admlnitlon for tha- surYUful Instructor of youth uniMnjr whteli ranks next to the tnitwl Kliisjilom market for the li liipla nf Aitierlenn ugrieiilturi ro rtit Iviil nbout 13 per rent of the IX jwrti for 1H41 time average year ly value niniiiiHtlng to S4rtXt7t rntieis with iiirchseii that nvemged lt ifl700 it year or nbotil 00 per it ut of time totnl wns the third eouti tiv in Imjxirlnnec These three coun trim the lnlUMl Kingdom Germany nnd Frntioe rcetilvcd together nearly 71 pier cent of the total agricultural cAporls The newest addition tn time llama biinrAincrlctiii lines fleet the twin a wn w rxprtra sletiuihlilp Deutochland IIKH just iKeii launuhcd nt the tamotm yards of the Vnlriiti HlilpbulldlngCo of Stettin Thu new VCHO con trweteil to be the fasttwt nnd one of the most magnificent vessels In the world Her length O90yy feet her width 07ft feet nail djptli 41 feet her capacity In 10000 tons nnd her twin nnv engine of 33000 horsepower vlll develop un nverngc siwcd of 23 knots Of the 300 teachers employed In the New York state normal schools 13 rev echo till same salary us the messenger In the executive chamltcr timid 112 re cfivn Kinnllcr salnrles Thirteen recent time same snlario the portcrti In the department of public Instruc lion nnd n change to the position of porter would raise the rnliirlrn of 149 trfieluTs More than Imlf the ienohem lire worth less to the state from a II tmnulnl standpoint than the mutton and firemen of the state normal school buildings It In tintiulportnat dis cover tins been made In New Orleanu which certain gums cnn he removed from cottouxccd oil this making an oil for mixing with paint where Un wed oil Is now used If thin expccla gook nre realized nn Immediate re mitt will be time reduction In time price of taint and an Increani Iu the mar tIt for cottonsicd oil Tho new pro dilct Is wild to be superior to HiiBced oil gluing the paint n gloss equal to tilt fluent enamel and withstanding a heat of S3 degree s Digging tip llabvlon a Kuleiitlllu work continued by a party of Anion Ialll representing the Lnlverslly of Pennsylvania Slneo 1cbruary they likvii kept from 200 to 100 iiiilvcs em ployed on time rules of Nippur Tliu IlinlB for 1809 embnice over 1700 tablets silver nnd bronze rlngx bracelets nose and ciirrliigs nnklelH mad bends coliiH pieces of jails and a gold nollinplatc iravea were opened to the number of 431 A small head if yellow marble In fine preservation lint it torso of black atomic were tile covered DawHon City Is liningpretty well according to reports froth time vice counsiil stationed there While the town Las lost In population during time past Bummer It has gained In wealth und la now n thriving mtbstanttal town Time Yukon council has expend ed In building rends mid trolls during the year about 70000 out of the 173 000 appropriated for this purpose by tho Dominion government Consid unable improvement work him been done on tho MtrectH and 15000 hnu been expended on drains nod ditches which had the effect ol Improving tie tanltory condition lit the town FIFfYSIXTH CONGRESS Klrct Sennlon Washington Jan O8ennloJol In session Jlou r The reports nf the unwlul com mittee of Invrnllicatltm In lime once of UrlKlmm It Itobortii of Ltnli were present t The favors Beat- Ing Mr HIJI IOllIurllrrrlCXIHIIIIIK him imlVKHiiiuii priictlren wh the lOa fnr report favora trim entire A was liitnidumNl for the mtab llihmcnt of n rnltwl Stale military fort not more than in mllm dlnlnnt from time fulls In the uhln river at Ioulnvlllc A large number of private pension bill wero Introduced and the bait of day wns devoted tn culoclon on the life HIM character of the late Lorenzo Dunforth- YnililtiKton Jan wdenoteIt WAS another day nf nrntory In limn senate little bunlnnw beyond routine bslnt trim HUM Mr Jritchard tA e del vend n ulonIImirko being addrCMucV iHirllculurly the pro iiniiiijiniii to time coiiitliuljon North Ciirollni whlili if cnnttiil ho unld would illnfrnnrhlw n Iemga tln ot votere both while and black lie was followed by Mr Tuner SVlah In it alwech on flu Ilillliiplne niiemion In which Im nrrnliittnl lime mill Ivlruilonii Hillry na eat out In the presi demile nivtmse- llouife The honro wee In seMlnn only 4J tnlnuteii nnd nolhlni of publlo ltnior Lana was dune except to refer lo the p taker for settlement n illnputa between tho upproprtatliiiH and inllltnry affairs commlutrn nvrr Jurlwllcllon of tho cull iMit fur nppropr1ntlon for the tnnnu fnrliirn of smell arm Hi the lock Leland and hl tit IIn A few Dlnlrlct of Columma bills of minor Importance wen passel WHshlnRloii Jan O Hennto The corn mlttc e on and olaolluna mnde n report on the Quay eatse A inujorlty report was nKulimt mNtllnR him amid the minority advocates giving him the sent No action was taken rest of the day was diVotnl entirely tu spoech making sir Turner nod Jar Ibis tllllculnlfthol quontlon and conrfudlne his on time race ques lion In time south House Th llotwrl cncn was lime ono subject that occupied the time of time house Argument were mad In favor of both the majority and minority report and then derendod position in u lengthy iixocti No action was taken Washington Jan Jl Semite Ilnutlnn liuslnw occnplwl the attention of tbo senate In a brief KcMlon The resolution by Mr ttlw It n calling upon time rrhlenl for lnformatln regarding the roaty catered polo with tin sultan of Btilu wni Heol An extended de bate wa tirvrtpUnliN liy n conference rriMirt on tlit crnnu ndinlnUtrittlvo bill but Site tnau rominlttet Rulnnl Its point IInd the mcMBurti waR sent back to con ferneellnueeThe Roberts ran oeriiplml Iho rntlrn time of the haws the must of thej- arillyhrreeprrt ilia l in favor mutakenNo tMllut wan WnctilMgUiii Jan xSenateA bill wn Introduced to roiMul the war rove flu eia one for the tncorpu rnttiHi amlIX Nnllonnl Aniocfitllon of tlHUufneturem the nblect 10 the pro inutlitn of the nianufarturlnit InterNIII llRhthuuseliltrlnK Polled HtNtv military attuelient fiirclin roiirt the rank and trey of colonel fur the HIM ofservice The uruent rtVflrletioy bI oarrylae alMiut tr nqn wee WMH without dlvlilon anlisas lItII without drlmtcH- OUM The a of IlrtRham II Hob arts the Mormon r ntntlvcrli el fiooi tluh whUh has ua upied o much nf Iho Itvnllun nf Mm hours sties the byShehim by v Hr of Ml to Home minor deawlcrntle mirslibr judlflol dUtrlcl In th- eretrn tllIIon or nness A bill we postmasterwns wt aside for trllHiie to the tnem ry nf the late IteproMmtallve Set tie of Krntucky were introduced tn each volunteer Mter who served In Cuba fZM Seal each one who served In pRYtoarm or nnvy from weurliiB the uniform of the United Stale Wnihlnclon Jan K Bcnntv Not In Session11uuTime greater Nirilin nf the see rlon of the louse wee ilevutol tn eulgtea thelatertullehrhIfml ml Inn and mitert In which he was tint kotI1Uthwild Ritnnlnl mind an attempt wan made It paia a bill In imy the nst of rennirlmr JUItrlorvidoped howwer and II went oil r Hhvr 1 N YI reuorlal the Indian 11- 1Iroprlnl nn bill Cannon lisp railed oekerlformitten on the iwnttto nrnnnilinmin run lion HnriKy 1Vlm mind Livingston lOa wero nppolnte the conferees- NICARAGUAN CANAL BILL Thr huh omiulllrr on lutrrntnte mill KorrlKii Comuerree AOopt u ttr Srrllun Wnxhlngton lulu 21The louse committee on Interstate and foreign commerce 1rlday rcconidilurcd the Nicaragua canal bill whulm hind been reported with nn appropriation sec thin no as to innku 10000000 avail able with authority to con met for the entire excavation construction defense nod completion of the ciinal at n tolul cost not exceeding JHOOOO 000 Mr CorllnH of Michigan offered the following new mellon which was adopted Peel Ion I1hnt the mini of 10000 000 1s hereby appropriated out of any money In thu treasury not otherwise appropriated toward the project herein contemplated mind the xccro dory of war IB further hereby author ized to enter Into n contract or con tracts for materials land work that may be deemed necessary for the proper excavation count met Ion de fense mid completion of wild canal to be paid for appropriations pay from hue to that hereafter be in tlc nut to exceed In tim aggregate T1IO 000000 Death nf Mnllirr Superior AiinKlnnlii Loukport X Y Jan 2LBev110tii- en Superior AniiRtnsls Is deed nt Si JoKcphV convent aged 71 years fehe wns mother snpurlor cf the Slstcri of St Mary of the UnlUvI Slates and Canada last September Nho e ebfntcd tho 50th nnuiveranlyof her corona tion Dropped Drnit In n 1ontonier Detroit Mich Jan J1Col Louis BtraKsburger of thin city dropped death In the post ofllue tho result of n stroke of apoplexy Cup Strassburgcr formerly resided III Italtlmore He served on the military stalls of three governors of Maryland McLean Lloyd nod Jackson Col Strassburgcr served for a year ind n half in the confederate army Misting nt time age of 11 hind horn poor cotiiinlxsoner and n city councillor of Ilaltimorc und wus prominent in business life the THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lf nnn In the Inlrrn Mount Srrlr for Fclirunrr 4 IDM The lintDliclpln of Jesus OOIDKN TEXTThey followed Jctiu John 137 THE U5SSON TEXT John ldS42- Si Again next day aner John stood and two of Ilia disciples And looking upon Jesus a lie walked ho tilth llohold the Iamb of Clodl And tho two disciples heard him peak timid they followed Jesus 33 Then Jesus turned and taw them fol lowing and talth unto them What seek yeT They faith unto Him Rabbi which to lay being Interpreted Matter where Jwollnit Thou He kallh unto them Come and tee They came and saw where Ha dwell and abode with Him that day for It was about the tenth hour One of the two which heard John speak and followed him waa Andrew Simon Joler s brother 4L Ito Out nndeth his own brother Simon and lallh unto him We have found the Meislni which li icing Interpreted the Christ 41 And ho brought him to Jesus And when Jesus beheld him ho laid Thou art Simon tho ion of Jona thou halt be called Cephas which is by Interpretation A alone NOTES AND SUGGESTIONS The 1llIcee arc not told just why Jesus went from the place of the temptation to IJcthnny or llftlinlmrnli where John tins baptizing hut It can not here ben far out of the way lie would naturally take In going buck to Qalllcc and It would probably be there rather than elsewhere that He would Jivl disciples The place In nosy grim erally believed to hate been a ford called Dninlch not for from the place whore the boundary between Samaria nnd Jnlllce cornea to the river Tradi lion lies pointed out two place far timer down time river In the vicinity of Jericho ns the probable locality but time tradition Is 10 late nnd so variable an to be of little value The Inquiry of the Deputation It wan just about the time of Jesus ar rival that the deputation from the rul era at Jcrtifn lent came to examine John lhlll deputation was doubtless soul by the Sanhcdrln which was the only body having authority lo send an of llclnl Inquiry It was the duty of that body to Investigate and pronounce upon any such claims ns John seemed lo be making As n matter of fact they never did make such n decision n point of weakness of which Jesus afterwards tool ndvnnlngc Luke 018 It it possible that the words In time midst of you loin 121 nre to be taken literally as many people must have pressed among the visitors from Jeru salem lo beer what they were Mitiiig Note Unit Johns answer to lh gore tlon Why then baptized tine Im plies that lilt baptism symbolized Hit work of the coming Messiah rather than anything merely personal The Testimony of John Johns first utterance of time words Heliold the Lomb of God was apparently some what public though we do not know Just what audience he addressed It la Interesting to observe that John did not know Jesus nit the Messiah except by special revelation Tho First Disciples John second utterance of the phrase the lnmb of God was made before a small audience who seem to lave taken It ns o hint that they should attach themselves to Jesus John tells tm that one of these men was Andrew and tube other was In all probability Himself Time words He flndelb first lily own brother ore phrased In such a wayas to suggest that the other disciple was also seeking ills brother and we suppose the writer to have been the unnamed dis ciple on account of such details as that mentioned In John 139 Personal lnfluenceOur Lords par able of the leaven Illustrates the power of personal Influence In making dU clplcs The details of the leavening process arc Instructive The leaven Introduced lulu the flour divides In or der to conquer Each minute particle of the leaven attacks that tiny moljcule of Hour which It touches separates It Into Its chemical constituents expels the carbonic acid and transforms the rest Into leaven like unto Itself The new particle of leaven thus formed ut onco assails the flour next to It end repents the process until molecule by molecule the whole Is leavened lire we see the disciple stetting his brother or nearest friend and bringing him to Jesus to become a disciple null In turn go forth to seek another Along these Hues of kindred and friendship the Gospel spread until In three cen tunes It had conquered the world The first law of Increase In the king dom of God Is thus the law of contact every disciple must win the out uurrl to him A second law is also Illustrated here the law of Integrity The dUclple must be so securely and thoroughly Chrlstllke that hn shall win his neigh bor and not be drawn away by him Thin snow must cling to the ball and not be pulled from It by the snow upon the ground the leaven must turn time lour Into leaven and not Itself become lifeless and inert A shingle or piece of baric thrust In the snowball wilt make n hole about It It cannot attract and holl the snow as It revolves n piece of dirt In the forming crystal tumors Its symmetry A selfish and unlovely disciple makes additions to the growing kingdom and mars the sym metry of Its development Ilev li M Noyes rltACTICAI Christ Is the Lambof loch that taketh away the sin of the world nail He taken your loin away To take your sin away the lambol God was sacrificed Ye were redeemed with precious blood It Is by following Jesus that one can become sure that He Is the Son of tiod lie speaks to time soul It U by the testimony of those who have found Christ that others are to be brought 10 Him Quarrels would not last so long If the fault lay only on one sideLa lloclie EtiKlfili tie She It Spntr- Mn Brow nOur language is lull of mil imers toe instance meta man once who was a bear mil they called kin a el tlengineer ridiclouatank He wont tell you anything I asked MrJoncsme Colliers Weekly The Crnvlnjr for Sflmnlnnti This question has lately attracted a great mrdiealprofruionTheThis clearly shows an exhausted condition of the nerves and blood which may he reme tomaehlIolteUeryou It linings all the energy of a stimulant dyspepsiaconstipation Just IIUr n lancer The other da a men walked up to the cashiers leek in a large Mockhroking con cern and asked for a wn to iodortr a note hloUinjhipopular exclamation on itNo wander ft one of the bystander rl dITChiengoThe Old Mnn query daughterYeIo you smoke No Take her Ive msrricd ofT six daughter and all thehnslsinde hive a particular fund new for my brand of risar Youre a nov elty Syracuse Herald Dropsy treated free bv Dr II II Greens t dropreealial If men would cease trying to get some thing for the bunko man would be out of a jobChlcago Dispatch FADJrESSDYJS alldruggllt butterPleaseNew WirXo We wish to cat it on bi- scuitsN O Time Democrat 1isos Cure for Consumption has no equal 383SenecaThe man who has nothing to do but clip Haily1ews bylinkPikes s Toothache Drops Cure in one mUlUte Calling termteleplmne rales Phlladel plua one0ConqucfI n WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES- Regard Peruna as Their Shield Against Catarrh Coughs Colds Grip and Catarrhal rMRS DELTA A LOCKWOOI LATE CANDIDATE FOR TILE PRESIDENCY Mrs IJdva Lockwood tho eminent barrister of Washington D is the only woman who has over been a candidate for the Presidency of the United States She is the best known woman in America As the pioneer of her sex in tho legal profession she has gathered fame and fortune n a to The Peruna ftdlelno Company sho says I have used your Pentna both for myself and my mother Mrs Hannah Bennett now in her 88th year and find il61n Invaluable cold catarrh hay fever andtndred diseases also a good tonic for feeble and old people unstrungYoursmay attack any organ of the body Women ore especially liable to catarrh of the pelvic organs There are one hundred cases of catarrh of the theyhavetake and is tho cause of many cases of sickness and dtnthIf IIealth and Beauty sent free women only by Tho Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Somethingfor Mothers to Think About EVERY CHILD born into the world with an inheritedor early developed tendency to distressing disfiguring humors of the skin scalp and blood becomes an object of the most tender solicitude not only because of its suffering but because of the dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelongand mar its future happiness and prosperity Hence it becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted children to acquaint themselves with the best the purest and most effective treat Inent availableIThat tho Cutlcura remedies arc nil that could bo desired for the alleviation of tho suffering of skintortured Inv fanta and children and tho comfort of wornout worried mothers has been demonstrated in countless homes In every land Their absolute safety purity and sweetness Instantaneous and relief speedy cure lint great economy leave nothing mow to be desired by anxious Evidence Is found In tho masse of letters received from grateful parents testifying to the Incalculable benefit they liavo derived from the use of theso In thu treatment of Infantile skin and Thcro U a ring of truth and sincerity about tho teatime nials hero submitted that them genuine and when a mother writes aa docs Mrs E Butler of 12M Third Avenue Brooklyn X Yln simple grateful language of the good Cutlcura has accomplished In her home everywhere must regard theo remedies as house hold necessities Mrs says My lest boy age sine yearn was troubled with sores on different parts of the body cipef Inllf on the leg about twentyfour nil They were about the size cf a fivecent piece and would tester very much and eject apus They were very painful After my runner experience with tho euro of nir little girl with Curl CUBA ixmctllci I did not bother with the doctor In this ease but gAo bum tho CUTICUnA treatment which completely cured him In four weeks AB a rule my four children aro very robust and healthy those two tho baby and tho eldest boy being only onct ever troubled with anything Ilko Dili I mcmlorxvl but thanks to Cimcuiu rrroodtc they are now In perfect health What can bo moro convincingto a mother than tho following graphic J C Freest of 300 South First Street Brooklyn N Y My baby was about four weeks oM when he began to suffer from lhit terrlWo dlicn e eczema I tried every remedy I thought would do him good I called In doctor but I used hit medicine to no account I did not know what to with him Ho cried all to and his face was equal to a raw pica of meat It wu lionlblr and looked aa If there never tvasany skin on II had to carry Mm around on n pillow I was fairly discouraged I wan HUB recommended to Cirricciu remedies Tho IInl limo used them I could change I used about half a box of Cimcuiu Ointment and not one lien catoof CLTICCKA Soar and at the end of ono ehort week my baby eaa entirely cured Thero has never been a trace of It since Today bit skin U a imoolh and soft III n plrco of elk Another remarkable Instance of tho cfToctlvenesi of tho Cutlcura remedies Is found In tho terrible experience of tho baby daughtir of Sir It A tapham 111 ft West Side Square Springfield Mr Lapham writes as follows Our llltlo daughter was troubled from her birth with eczema Her tare arm hands and neck would break out with rod pimples which would swell becoihu leirlbly Inflamed wilier would oozo out like great beads of perspiration finally rids would dry up and thoekln would crack and peel off Sho suffered terribly Had tn wear tioft mittens un her hands to keep her from scratching Wo gave two of our leading physicians a good trial but neither of them helped her In the least purchased CUTICUIIA SOAr CcnctJJU Ointment and Curicun HPSOLVEXT Sho Improved at once anti U now never troubled although wo used leIS than ono bottlo of UESOLVKXT three boxes of Cuncuiu and CUTICUOA Soar In a few forceful words Mrs C Brand of Concsvlllc N Y vividly portrays nn experience common to many mothers and her letter which follow Is full of comfort nud encouragement for anxloin parents Two year ngo this winter my boy began break out with scaly rash It nearly covered hi back and calvriofloge I hcanl glowing report of CuricuitA remedies and thought to try them Thrco cakes of CUTICUHA 6OA two boxes of CUTICUUA Ointment 000 Lottie cf CDTICUBA RESOLVICXT cured him I think them wonderful remedies Is the beat IIoareenrM WhooplnsCough ud for the cure cl Mothers ell IoctotspnscnheIt- l Smalldosesquicksure mull Diseases C I Catarrh to parents preparations stamps ol all do bythewho spent ono thousand dollars with doctors specialists and medical colleges in n vain attempt to find relief for his little son A friend recommended tho use of the Cutlcura remedies and ho gives the following account of the cure yoo when ho WIlt six weeks old had breaking out on the lop of rte head It spread all over hie head and then his arm broko out trom shoulder to wrist Around his body and around tamtJydoclorplUhcd I tried four more and then a medical college In St Louis six months No good yet Spent not leas than a thousand dot lays In money and time Old Mr llarney Clap Insisted on my m7ehlldhlmeltup ho began to Improve nn t cpt to ho could deep short naps and gave mo and my wlfo some rest Thank the Lord he is now well fat hearty and stout as any boy alter six long years of itching crying and worrying Ctmcucx remedies cured him Three children in ono household suffering simultane ously from eczema Such was the distressing condition of Sirs Annie Ring of 615 East Thirteenth Street New York City who tells her experience In theso words My second child got eczema when seven months old Three months later my lint child got It and following him tun last one two years old fell a victim For twenty months they suffered fearful agony Their whole bodies especially their faces were to sore and raw that the llttlo ones wero blind halt time No words ran describe the suffering ct my second child whose whole body rn ono bloody mast Ho was constantly crying could get sleep sad he actually did not look human I tried doctor after doctor but none adorilcd the slightest relief I decided to try CUT Curl Tho first application brought relief In each case and after fourteen days treatment with CcnconA SOAP and CurtcuRA Ointment worst case cured and whole neighborhood is surprised at tho wonderful cflcct of CtrricuoA Ono of the most wonderful of cures is that of tho little daughter of Mrs 0 A Conrad of Lisbon N II whoso aulTuriugs from eczema were so intense that leer hands laid to be tied to keep her from tearing her flesh The mother writes When my ditto girl was six months old sho had eczema TTa had used cold creams and nil kinds of remedies but nothing did her any good In fact sho kept getting worse I used to wrap her hands up nod when I would dress her I had to put her on the table for I could not hold her She would kick and scream and when ate could the would tear her face and arms almost to pieces I used tour boxes of CtrricuBA Ointment two cakes of Cimcuiu SOAr and tho Cimcuiu RESOLVENT and she was cured and I see no traces of the humor left I can truthfully say that they have saved her life It will afford us pleasuro to have parents whose little ones are nllllcted with any form of skin scalp or blood humor write to any ouo of tho above addresses for cor rohoratlon of tho facts given anti wo have no doubt that such an appeal will elicit still stronrer testimony regard lug the wonderful curative properties of tho Cirncuiu remedies Tho full ret for complex external and Internal treatment costs but 125 and consists of Cuncunv Son 25c to cleanse tho skin of crusts and scales mod soften the thickened cuticle CUTICUIU Ointment flOe to Instantly allay itching Irritation and III llmmlltlolllnnd soothe and Rnll CDTICURA N7 cool and clelllse the blood A Ingle set Is often Bulllclcnt to cure the most torturing disfiguring skin scalp nnd blood humom rashes Itch Ing irritat nB with loss of hair when tho best physicians and toll other remedies fall n POFGSYb rtUUU 120 o Dbl Irpt5rrd IMITATO t IAIfIrlr 514 t up CIar 5a 5rmerded ialtire ae4 IUroICD VER Join t uin inn ro cnnsst tea al tP 001 tttmm CDTEUINK A N KE 1T97 vrneft W1tiTlOr0 ADTEIITIKEZU- plcnie stole Unit you SUIT the tdvuOw pout lu Dili paper IVI iiVORMSl CREA- MVERMIFUCEI II For 20 Yeers 8es Led esi Worm Remedies 607aa xxx AXJX oxii7oaxajrrreD rex by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis SEND NO HHOMY aui nvl t utwu we wIJ enJ ton NiO- gePADU1O1CAlIRrfSYBCICKstwINaMACNl4rberatiU11UDeywtt naa-t ttalhranryetIv poal1 Srr11UnlM11 IlLUUod NIkLIIa lOt rt erPriboSLOr t eId a Ilhofrtlahtnl- niwfonnuforiMrliMOriU 41enUltl TdCkaT4x TllUlIn yourown home and we nur ur yuure net rn1I4Irh pdrt KLtln t 0 laItherrrateat rae no uaro mar bewe BEWARE OF IMITATIONS V tt tarduterv- o mradrtr rdomfIoRn- r h thibesn Ie u bIwnIw Vlfl fear N an aliltnelTIII lRDICtio msilBIUIIK=== rr7 IIr11TiuFIUIL SIJehrlhetZ y aIt r rtrr rbtdmattrlalrauaer Jl Y eabuTI QUAHTEH SAWED 1M Pftsx camt N wn hr Ir tMtiM1u rdlhno4er rHn a fjnth ui to 4 liMd la rue to edlmnelnltta InOIoLbluwfdtrJJuti rtt ntte m llNator lmpn1i O- wimr wbeeldrvuN re ru tprrJlhuttl carrkrpatnintdlbnZI Igi S a rte drld14 CUARANTEIEU IInllntrolretdnlleudti t na p olwlrwwrllx ue te q te uhaeet fnhtA and oar lee rtrucUoaBook ttllaJnetIewanyncirunltenddorllbtrpklnoran a klnlofln7wort er7mKLlne- IT COSTS YOU NOTHING adful Ilkulla rompro ltwtu- thn 0 your storkWr rlla a noo Maoo and then If ernttlxed that yon are nunR Woo to 141to My ror treIRLI agent th 15Owv rrrftS TOCk tit to if tiny time within tbne mntht an cot Miuflni 0DU TODiT DONT DELAY iSwxno rviurfr Fdftor tn i Chicago III A BOON TO MANKIND DRe TABLERS BUCKEYE A New for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS MMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Mala Street ST LOUIS MO The Counties Madison County Dreyfus Miss Rhoda Pennington entertain ed Mr Wilson of Panola Sunday Golden and James Gilbert of Speedwell called on friends here Sunday afternoon Albert Rittnr wife and little daugh ter are now with tho family of P B Kiddoll spending a few days Miss Dora Bengo has returned after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs Hurley of Big Hill Ky Miss Rhoda Pennington has return ed home after a two weeks stay with her sister Mrs Cora Todd of Estill Rosa Patton and Emma Kelly aro now at home after visiting friends at Silver Crook for the past and brother of Cin cinnati have returned home after a delightful visit among friends and relatives at this place but have left wme of the beauties of Dreyfus dis consolate Rev James Lunsford fillet late appointment at the Christian church Saturday night and Sunday Rev Parsons also preached to a largo croud at the Baptist church Saturday at 230 and Sunday evening also A number of our young men left here a few days ago to seek their for tune Somo of them have returned and are now wealthy men while the others are still on the hunt of money Girls hero is a chance for youtake it John Speed Ogg tho enterprising merchant of this place has sold out his stock of dry goods to J M Sand lin Mr Sandlin has moved in the house with Mr Ogg Tim latter will leave in tho spring to make his home in Richmond Jackson County CollliifjHWorth A J Stone has been to Livingston on a business trip this week Mrs Fannie Bromback of Grant county is here visiting her parents Cash Powell of Sturgeon passed through here with a largo drove of hogs W S McGuire of Lincoln passel through here Tuesday with somo nice cattleThere is supposed to be several eases of smallpox around Kerby Morgan of Tales Creek passed through here with some good liaulofl John Bales and Pleasant Evans passed through here going to the Mountains to buy stock James Baker and Wm Powell have returned from Frankfort They say they are expecting much trouble boo lore tho contest end WHITES ldofUa QuuiUtr BeilliQntJItT PILE CURE Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT afternoonJames countyMisses weeksWade KnobHenry Green Hall Silas Creech had the misfortune to havo his barn burned recently Silas Flauery has gone to Jackson Breathitt county on business Miss Lena Flanery was tho guest of Miss Emma Minter Sunday- J E Holcomb who went to Frank fort a low days ago has returned homeRobert Evans who has been very low with fever for the past two weeks is no better Wo are sorry to learn of some of the Jackson county boys being jail birds at FrankfortJohn and Greely Rowland from Wolfo county were in Jachnon a few days ago on business Mrs W H Clark of McKee ond her chtirming daughter Maude aro visiting relatives near this place Luther and Leonard Wilson with their two sisters Misses Nora and Mary are attending school at London with others from this place Rev W D Smith of Berea is vis iting friends and relatives in Jackson and Owaley Wo aro glad to welcome Mr Smith in our midst Revs John Blackburn and A P Smith who have bpeu preaching at Hickory Flat for a week have closed with four additions to tho church Clover Bottom Miss Nora Click has been ill The writer spent Saturday after noon at J D Hatficlds The smallpox scare is over and people havo resumed their business Charles Click and sister Miss Eva wero homo from Buroa Friday and James Hatfield and Henry Click called on their best girls Sun day afternoon Frank Durham Mrs Win Jones andothers whom wu reported sick last week are recovering rapidly After an illness of about four months Mattie the nineyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J L Wil Hams died recently of pneumonia Miss Maggio Williams and children have just returned from an extended visit to Morristown Tuna and will probably reside near their former homo Evergreen Fred Luusford of Wallaceton is hero making staves Willie Amyx has returned homo after a visit at Annville Pine Grovo school closed Friday We aro all sorry to lose Mr Mooro 01 Payne of Disputanta is here visiting relatives and buying fursCrit McGuiro has moved back to his old farm where he will mako a RovMason Jones of Combs preached at Pino Grovo Sunday January 21 Oscar Lako has been quito sick recently with measles and roseola but is getting along fairly well After a long visit at Livingston Miss Bessie Lake returned for a visit at home but expects to go back soon Misses Minnie and Ella Lake now students of Bores visited their par eats hero January 19 We wore glad to ace them Rev Mr Jowellry of Pino Branch passed through hero going to Clover Bottom where ho is now holding protracted meetin- gsRockcastle County Dlttputauta Our roads aro in a badcondition Tho infant child of Henry Martinis quito sick with luug trouble U C Martin and family have moved from this place to a aim near ClimaxW Dooloy and Mrs Fanny Miller have beu quite sick for soy eral days Tho son of N M Miller has been quito sick for several days with stomach trouble T D Miller has scld his farm to Spencer Abner for HOO possession to bo given April S J Roberts who recently returned with his family from Indiana is erecting a now building and will soon have it completed Blazer Bros have moved their saw mill from near Boouos Gap to this place and will bo ready for sawing in a few days Thoro is considerable exilement in this locality over tho report of small pox prevailing in Wildio Tho re port is greatly exaggerated as such reports aro apt to booNo one need alarmedWashington County Springfield Mrs Sallio Gootly is dangerously- ill at her howe in the St Rose settle mentJohn Stephenson was arrested last Saturday charged with disorderly con duct and lodged in jail Tho son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Spaulding after a brief illness died and was buried last week Rev A A W Hill recently baptis ed Essie harbor who is very ill at her homo iu the suburbs of tho town Misses Annie Gowdr and Eliza Simms are preparing to give a concert some time soon for tho benefit of tlm A M E Ziou church Wo have heard from our friend J I W Mc Elroy in Tuskegee Ala and wo are glad to know ho is well and likes time school very well James Key wont to St Marys lasl Tuesday to get a load of shingles und since he came back has been very ill with rheumatism We hopo foi recoveryThis to bo a season of festiv dies The Friendship Club way entertained by Mrs Matilda Gowdy and on the following Sunday by Mrl and Mrs Frank Brooks Mrs Emily Baker who lives in the Valley Hill neighborhood went to Louisville for u threo mouths visits but was suddenly called buck by the death of her sou after a few days ill ness Clay County Bright Shade Tho infant child of Henry Grtibb died Jan 18 Millard Smiths wife is very low and her recovery is doubtful Pleas Fisher passed through here on the IClh bound for parts unknown Married at tho homo of tho bride Mr Washington Simpson to Miss Callett Oscar the little sou of W S Size more had his arm broken by a full lust week Willis Sizemoro has moved to the farm of tho widow Lewis near Spring Creek P O Mrs R L Sizemoro and liltlo son Corbett visited relatives on Otter Creok Jan 17 D B Roark of Mt Pleasant liar lan county visited relatives on Boar Creek lust week Dilliou Asher line returned to his homo alter ho had attended school at Berea for a time George Philpot who has been logging on Rod Bird hue returned to his homo on Little Goose Creek Miss Belle Sizemoro in visiting her sister Mrs J A Burns on Crane Creek this week and will visit the Mum re Baptist School before she ro turns to her home SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS ITHE HOME Kdltcd by MM KATE K ICTXAM teacher In Here College Cold lu the Head There is at this season an almost universal tendency to catchcold This conventional expression signi lies nothing loss than inflammation of the mucous membrane which linos tho nostrala and extends throughout the respiratory organs to tho molt minuto bronchial passages A current of cold air striking upon the neck or throat a draught from an opera door or window exposure to a cold atinosphon improper protection of tho foot in cold or stormy weather any of these to say nothing of graver causes is often fiiillicient to provoke the dreaded complaint If tho dis ease does not extend down the wind pipe to tho lungs producing cold in thu chest accompaniedwith a cough it may easily bt checked if taken at the start for an almost certain remedy for this disagreeable affliction is camphor in liquid form Fill a cup about ono lnind full of strong camphor add to this enough boiling water to make it steam time inhale it in the uostruls drawing as long breaths as possible At first it will seem unbearable but you must persovero if you would have tho cure effectual Keep it up five or ton minutes and repeat three or four Union Also grease the bridge of the uoso and tho forehead just above the nose with cauiixnatod oil letting it dry in by the heat from a stove Then put a tablespoonful of sugar in a goblet add a tablespoon ful of camphor stir It fill the glass half full of water and take a tublrsllOOufulOwy stilt hour llealtli Notes Few people realize tho importance of taking special cant of their health when middlo life begins and fewer still understand tho tremendous necessity of husbanding their strength when young When wu tart out in life wo have stored up within us a reserve of strength to draw ups in litter lifo Besides that wo have strength for our daily needs if wo live reasonably and have fairly good constitutions in other words if wo aro built of fairly good materials If we spend our strength unwisely null recklessly in our youth no mat ter how excellent our constitutions may he wo shall have to live out till remainder of our lives on half pay so to speak and oury half enjoy ox istcnco On tho contrary if wo havo frail bodies and small strength if we husband that strength by living and working mud exercising moderately it will bo possible to live to n green old ago Moderation goad food and sufficient sleep aro prime necmsiUHi The high price at which flesh food is buiugso1t1ro not without their bone fit to man for theywill make meat liSA easily obtainable and therefore less will bo eaten Meat once a is all that in necessary for dayI sake for any JKTKU Ladlet It is hotter to lio washed white than to bo Andy Johnson Jr is going to move to lied Bird Delphi visited last week Jackson Sr has put up a store on tho of Otter Creek Miss Ella and William Jordon wore married llth George Johnson and were married last Elijah Eversolu and Alox Smith aro sawing timber for Robert Woods General May one of tho men was shot at the trial has returned home and colds como but can got rid of a fow doses of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price and CO cents S E Wolc THE SCHOOL Edited by MRS ELIZA II lucid Dean of th e Normal Department Ucrv College John liuskiu who died at his hour in England on wa ono of tho great writers who hay been given to that country Most of his work was on art and ho is often thought to be an artist only Mud to have no message for us com moo pooplo in our common daily life Ho was born in 1810 so was 81 years old when ho died In his ho was carefully trained by hf mother ho was an only child and among other timings was required to many chapters from tho Bible Ho often said in later life that ho owed much of his of good to his familiarity with the grand simple and poetic Hebrew classics 1 wish that every bOYRIllIJiirl rend his iiivsamo is a little book full of nmda book to inspire in every girl the love of womanliness Lot us read a few Kontoncfs from his this morn fug How much of suggestion is in these words Do you know if you read this you cannot read that that you lose today you cannot gain tomorrow It reminds one of the asked by Anna Warner in her little book What is Worth While How often wtiMicnr people about sumo things that tlyaro doing U What harm is there iu thud dont think thats very hull Then wo urn forgetting that tho the timing that isnt very hulll is us from doing Homo other thing that is very good that is really south while That is the thing that gives mu a heart ache when see young fairlyharmlessthings It is like a field flue tVitilo hind being allowed to raise a mug nilicent crop of weeds its iniyltt goto wheat instead And the weds take and leave a great harvest of uvula for the futuro Is it while Iu a pro fucu to n complete edition IIays1I118ilthe functions of n teacher it is wull that tilt reader should know as faros can tell him Not an unjust arson nut an unkind one a lover of order labor mud peace If uny one kill dlll tho torn of the huniuu soul cant for more intimate knowledge of mo tie with what ptirxoua in pasthistory I have 1ll0tlt sympathy goes on to iiamu threu pursers w hoc names anti less familiar to us thou his own But it is his wise suggestion as to tho way iu which we may know him that 1 want us to notion Wo cannot always choose just the friends among time living that wo would like They arum not always within our reach but it is still true that a man is known by the company that he keeps But wo can all read homo of the boat things iu books Wu cnn admire and lure tho great suit pool who sptnk to UN from tho print ed page V 0 can keep pure from deceitamidno man tie Hfimed it more than did Kuskin Wo cup let alone lime pleasures leant leave u bad taste iu time mouth Wu can grow can learn to lied tho higher hum nobler time finer timings of life even if they dont mean much to us tho tclnh to bo manly and hulps to make us and is u propliecv of what wu city become John hlHkin says Every duty wo omit obscures some truth wo should have known and olin greater than Uuskin KUidulf yo mean these things happy are yo if yo do there tcaclierfl Courso Literary VIII Theory course Students Madison Harvey Whitley Swafford Maggie recently Coughs with January twentieth memorize command English manliness question keeping strength strength reading ourselves entirely womanly Burning Springs Prof Brandenburg is sick Prof Holcomb is working the school hero left on business Phillips Rnwlings lino of goods is greatly Frank Edwards musician has gouo homo Lucas and P C Parkoy have to oil R B McCollum and visited Holcomb and 21 school is increas ing daily We havo pupils Misn Crotia Morgan left school to visit her home on Sexton THE FARM FAiled by 8 C MAIM ITotnwor ol Ilottl culture Collcca of 1rlvato Forestry Gradually people nro rising toa bet uuderstanding of the term Parent ryo They begin to BOO that eighty lieu per cent of tho woodlands in tho United States are owned by privato individuals that the salient point iu forestry is tho business point and that forestry does not unto a ehanco to ex payssmight bo practiced for a short whilo in spite of unproductivoncHH but fancy forestry will never assume largo proportions What the country needs in forestry on a grand which however tho country can havo only by allowing to yield re turns at least equal to those ox cctcd by tho capitalist from equally biifo in vestment in other industries In Europe investments in forests aro considered safer than investments iu government lauds It is theru foro that farsighted fam ilies DUll individuals are fond of estry abroad In this country forest properly is tho only which is not protected by state authority with time result that invest ments in woodlands are constantly exposed to loss Forest Fires Tho main source of lessee is firo ravaging tho forest WhiM old trios protected by their heavy bark are as a rulu only damagetl and weakone by a conflagration young tntft invari ably succumb to it No wonder then that tho capitalist is anxious to rather withdraw his money from tho forest nit soon as ho win is sell ing whatever trees are marketablo For him it muses n financial crver hily to look forward to u second growth Why Because knows n jiriurl that the second growth is un likely to Only a maniac will try Mud plant beets iu tho tiiidst of a Now York street Five hours trullic will sweep every trace of them It is almost as foolish to start treeeccd HngM iu American forests continuously swept by fires Front experience in tho admin limitation of Mr George W Vnndor hilts forest I can say ou largo forest estntcs favorably situated flrea may controlled to a certain extent only at u comparatively high eihiiMj Stillowing to thu high premium to ho paid tho safety of time invest inontH forestry will not able to pay that interest which the capitalist must require long as the nooplo look Cllllll1lhyhkoas long as they not provide for tho of forests as well as for tho protection of any other property con servativo must consid enxl n risky investment VASehtnck l h D Forettcr to Jtttmore rotate In pulmonary trouble the dire tion of COUSSENS HONBV OF TAK tho throat chest 11I1I1InuW- timmlClilttcly arrests tho innludy by relieving distress cutting tho phlegmn and freeing tho vocal and breathing organs 60cts S E Welch Jr YOIL- r BEFIBA COLLEGE VOUNnEU lltaa TOO students from states Best Library In Kentucky No Saloon Hufllclontly advanced DEPARTMENTS to pet a Trudo Schools Carpentry Homework Printing two years Model School preparing Normal anti tho lulvancml courses Hiifllclently advanced to pet n teachers certificate and Agriculture gardening stock ruisulg forestry etetwo years Science Sowing Cooking otctwo years whitewashedOgle Normal Coursu for teachers threo years with practice teaching Academy four yearn fitting for College business for life advanced VII College Courses Chissieal PhiloHophictil and MUHIU Hood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano X Berea General Hospital Two years in tho lure of time sick best education in reach of It is not a moneymaking institution IU instruction in a freo help those who value education and will help themselves and charges a smash incidental foo to tho tchool apart from instruction must also pay for their hoard Expenses for term 12 brought within 21 about half of which must in advance d by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples XtethodisUi Presbyterians good people of For information or friendly advice dddret ficrIlrr itlent- CJKO T FAIHC1I1LI LL D Boron Co Ky relatives in Ben head January Edwards Thursday who uninvited you quickly thorn 2Ti JrI child hood might book what worth very away for Dr Phillips hero Monday for London increasing Prof our fern short visit gone McWhorter business wife Prof wife op Jan Burning Springs now 180 Thursday Hcre Purport tor its scale conservative lumbering institutions for investments ono ho live nay my that bo for bo AH do protection lumlwriug bo time 2O ccrtlllcato for Fanning for and all Th and nil the Dr Miss Mollie Clark who hue been away on account of sickness n turned to school lust week Mrs Lizzie Lucas has been sick but was ablo to attend tho music ex ercmcH tho evening of Jan 21 The young ladicsof Burning Springs school mot last week and organized a Literary Society of which Miss Etta Smith was elected President and Miss Martha Smith Secretary We believe tho young ladies above mentioned to bo fully competent to fill their offices Mun an innocent little darling is suffering untoldIIgony and CUlluotrexplain troubles Mark your childs symptoms you WHITESCREMVEUlIFUOE it to quietness and 25Jrcosts SE Welch