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J a Year Devoted to tbe Interests of tbe Home School and caY 1 I VOL I BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1000 NO THE KIIITOU and MAMAOrH PublUhei at the ottleo ol Till CITIZEN Keren ICy Knteml ut IottnjHrt at ll m I y at ttt nJ dtut marl alltr Tlioiio Hood Old DtiyN That goad old day ha IIlmIIoOI When any honcit mats With liralnt could rl n from poverty Ami Inul rur nation VII That good old day la almixt 11No more tu mine again When those who dlmb to honor e belghU wets plain last slits men That goat old day Ilu paned away Whet ollllc were ln o From ring and IHHY Justin It Form tune only When nelrsr of public trutl Gould out lie taught and told And brain and push and homely Could wield more Intact than gold That grand old lay ban lusts away loneorofn t roll reronl loyal bravo and true Must dnow orchanci his plan Contntlon ball with puke packed Were not In thowday tarn Tahelprm0 vlf polnll booa Control his bar machine We would not have that old day hark With Its grand and chlvalroui men We da want lack that tcntlincnt That ruled our country thin Wlini offlcto ol public trust Could not tw taught suit told Ant bralnt nut push anti bounty Could wield more power thus gout llrMur AILK lttxr The Wide World Gen ProtoriotiB is to Ira released on parloo aid sent to his homo hy Lord Koborli London novHpip r cornspomliul report that dm Joulxirt hUll beau Boverely woundixl by a shall and will not ho ablu to be in command again Tho inmo man reports that the Boor attack on lady lUith was a serious mistake RoporU front South Africa indicate that Gon Bullcr bait again croftood the Tugoln River and is advancing on tdynmith He is expected to rot lievo the town noon Gen White tho garrison oipt cli MjxMxly rrleaso by Gon Bullor Indication point that way On tho contrary Gnu Schofield a rotirod officer of tho US Army in considering the situation says LadyNtnith sure to bo captur ed by the Boors as Gun is a position whero ho can hardly bo reached by roouforcoineuts Our Country Gov Roosevelt sent a message of encouragement to Cur Taylor Opt plauding hill and urging him to hold out Gen II W Lawton recently killed in tho Philippines will bo buried A gn al strike of all thin building trades is on in Chicago aud business is practically tied up Mittens in conference recentlyat Indianapolis succeeded an incnmso of 14 cents per ton for mining coal Maj John A Logan killed in the Philippines has loon brought to the United State aud taken to the Logan homo at Youngstown 0 STATE NEWS Tho rumor was current yesterday that Goobol was killed by some rola live of John SanforU whom Goebel killwl five years ago Suspicion would to Republican very nat urally Goobol wore a coal of mail but tho stool bullet penetrated it The trouble at Frankfort over tho question of governorship has subsided partially though it may break out at any time Iho death of Goebel seems to havo quieted for tho limo tin trouhlo which was imminent but it is doubtless true that there will be moro trouble later Members of tho Legislature are in attendance ot Lou don aud more ant expected at any tune Tho opinion generally express Dill that sympathy is turning to tho Republicans agai- nCounty News Gon John B Gordon lectures in OW Richmond unit Tuesday night A number of Madison citizens have bion in Frankfort during tho past weekC E Woods editor of tho Rich mend Register id on an extended Eastern trip A largo crowd was in town Monday About 1GOO cattlo worn offonxl and thoro wore takers at 2 to i cunts The trade was brisk and tho mule market exceedingly active Good maro muUw brought from S100 to SHfi each Others not so good brought smaller figures Time horde business was about as usual lnaijraph NNNNNNNNNNNTIDE CITIZEN IfiOc CdnlelaryWtuthiugton PERSONAL J IL Ilaya went liomf Friday Prott flu went to Ml Vernon Friday leatla o Lester wmt toOriKon Monday 8 K Welch Jr ual In Franliirt IuI wwk urn Mitchell WM up Irons Inllil Iirk Saturday tIh Mire DougliM has been lit the week 111 J lavnuanI IVteri went to rincliimtl Monday to his te treated Rev OtnrgeAmeegots Friday to M Luulto nliUln iimlloit tnHtnirnt- Mn Frank oylerrtitrnolTuexIuy front vts II with her parents at Wild IL to Imton went In lllrhmond Friday In en Ice the Infirmary for tncdlral treatment Wyatt went in Inrlniiall WrdnrMlay tu HvhUtUterwImlisIrk In the hospital there Mo returned Krliliy II Johntou ami wife returned Friday lromI Hlrliinoiii where Mr Jnhnmn Ita ITCH for mcil nl treatment UUhraltli Ia very poor tit Im rut K W Todd Ikrea W left KrlUy or hum p lxn III where hr enters ujxm a round of Mudy trading tcichemlinlriiKliicerlne lit mum J C Fey M who It studying there- On ThuriuUjr cvrnlnic llev II J Dvrlhlck rIfnnrrd ceremony which unllrd In marriage It If UhrUuiin uul Mix Laura Oayleit the na Idctiru of the brldea father J C Ooyle- Mr VanWInkle mother of I W VanWInkle atsd Mm Cult alit 1111 Monday morning itMrt Cliff where abe hail made tier home fur yrar HurUI Monday afternoon In Hem Cciii Jivm Todd died hit home on the Walnut Mraduw pike ulcer llrrea early lat MoniUy morning The funeral was held Tuesday alter noon burial being In the honue urhllroulII Drrrawdna m years old the ulilnl man Mauarouuty InI Prof and Mr L Hudge went to Thursday to attrtid the route it tlvrn Ity the Duds rrofmnt returned Friday lint Mn Hmtit welitlo iiratlcr to Band Sunday with Mr II Imterxin reluming Monday They rr port that the coned wm I great IIUTYM bring a fine entertertdumeutLOCALS Horse for sale CITIZEN ollicu For Halo two bicycles at 520 and Ilnt CITIZEV office Printed Berea College stationary is all the go At tho 1rintine ollico Pleas Evans has built a new barn on the Selkirk place recently pur chased by him 018000 Hqtiarc inches of scratch mirfaoo for onlr 13 cents at tho- Pnntingoffice IE C Siggers patent lawyer Wash ington D C hut an advertisement In thia issue about patents FreeAEverything else in our hue as free an you will over seoltwe lIenrI only n little to ace if you aro in Bicknell and Earl recently built themsolvoH a now delivery wagon uso in their business rorI Sarah Jano Moberly at trill to escitpo by time morphine route last Tuesday but did not succeed Nico lino of ladies holt buckles hat sterling silver bracelets just ar rives Ask to sloe the Derby i cult holder Robinson tho Jeweler- J W Hcrudou of Hcrndon Walker Whites Station was in town Saturday and reports that tho stock business of tho firm is progressing uicoly The Order of SpanishAmerican Veterans has boon recently establish el hero by T T Simmons and other veterans of tho low war The boys mire every Saturday Johnston and Dickinson cham will meet all comers for R series of crokiuolo games boat II out of 5 100 points to tho game H H Johnston F L Dickinson Tho past week has boon one favorable to skating partias and ice bous es Richardson Bros secured a largo amount of ice andovary day saw a party of young rolksonjoJiug the skating T R Robinson just back from his regular trip through Eastern Ken tucky reports m tho four couu ties of Clay Owsley Breathitt and Leslie there is said to bo 10000000 worth of logs cut nnd waiting for a tide The initial number of tho Rambler Embryisdevoted to tho bost interests of tho colored people advocating industry economy suit education and should bo in every colored homo Jauiua McGuiro of Brush Creek Rockcitstlu county is supposed to bo tho oldest man in tho county Ho was horn in February 1800 suit in spite of his 100 yearn is spry nod hearty Ho hiss and hearing nud rodo ltorsubaclto Mt Vernon rocontl Near his homo is tho oldovarsltoi waterwheel built by him years ago still in oper alien Mr McGuirv lives about a half milo from the Iron Jacket church and ins 12 children 100 graudchildnm nnd about COO groat grandchildren byProfAmerican Inspiration James A fjJz zz z2ZZ YiZZ zZzzZ A OF WinterIfor the Fall and Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made I ODQTIIINGJWEarcpnwrelto font you with the Lon eat prhrd rlitlrly made absolutely W In America Klghtlymailc as It U of famnua Vital IlniKlKVy only readytowear ClothliiB Tailored on a strictly scientific bast In clean well Kjfo workrums Ierfect lilting and wearmining IHIHIIM the Inside the Ilhe very life of the garment I carvfnltiem In making represent the ex Wfi of time and thought and la a decided contrast to the tailoring area lu Kj rewlytowear Clolhlnit The Fabric that we how are the very newest tlrIICII will he arch thia seaool Many lOnllued t1IluJinly to In the lace of the above facts The mont rxtwonlliiary feature combining our great ofler that w- eanv and do aril our Clothing nt JK I e LESS MONEYIThan rlwwhfro How ran we afford to than eltewhereT Our answer Is pure atrietlyutsprogrvsalveluauourClothiagIs auld on the smallest margin of proHt VA depending on a large volume or The more Clothing we sell the greater jfat our purcha lng rower lower our price that the awry In a nut ahcll WI COVINGTON MITCHELL L RICHMOND KENTUCKY SP aa tZ P fIt Garfieldwas the heat lecture heard hero for n long time It compares very favorable with any lecture delivered here in recent years oven bj lecturers from abroad Many favorable eriticiums were heard the re- Mark boink frequently nlll1ll1IIU wear the lent thing here for years This in n correct estimate for tho lectun bhowed lout amid careful reparation and was delivendwillt tine cal effect Tho effect is easily ining hued Tho audience WitH niton tivo from hrnt to last and showed id appreciation by long and hearty applatiKO at the close showing tha tho lxest is thoroughly appreciated hy Berea audiences In Mcmoriam At the January niccttiiK ol tbe w C T wa lull a memorial err ire for our mnrhlove deter IN tan Vlnk1e who was culled to her llrarrnly Home but November Ktlnlieth VanWInkle ilaujhtcr of l owls am Margaret Coyle Davit wa horn In whet In tsa- rJarkwnCoKyletSt1107 the convert ol In 2 and often salt that the felt na UIOUK she fell at Jwin feel at her ronvertlon She wa married to James W Van Winkle March 3 1357 She and her hunliand with eight ehllden lime to Here Ky In Her life near an example and her low mourned not only by husband Mint ami laugh lIen but by our tnlon the Church and the corn munlty In ceiural Phu was grunt faithful aftMllonate forglvlnit and ianeatd n fait width her at all limy the Rood cheer en Joined by the Ixml all thlt broucht a txnutlfu lead lo her soul and Inspired other nlth a desire to reach the heltihti the had attained HtT greatert work wu In the home where shi rearm our lau htcrii and fix ol whom rime up and call her Wowed for the was one 01 themotl patient loving and ran 1d of inothen She thlfldod tier children from temptation at tnme time Initlllnx tutu them the real prln elplcs of virtue and purity which mule then strong when temptation came The program of the memorial wrvlec wax m rangol to bring out her characterise One apokeof her at a titter Anther of her us a dl rector lu our Industrial Two daughters ppok lovingly and tenderly of her from earlier recol Icillont giving ua gllmpesof her Impartial hoi pltallty often extcndH to the lowly and cutout of Instance when the stool strong aetlutt wm ways of social life when she coiuldeml that lucl brought danger or tuiplclon to the pure name o her daughter and at all time the taught then that her instructions were the isle ways of lid because they were according to the word of sal Another rake ofheraasumafulin brlnglut to manhood six eons with that good name whtcl letter than great riches And her inns hue this good rune while to many ol our young men Iwar names ttalned with evils of which Is a shame to iHak because she taught tuna from childhood that customs of society not It accordance with the word of nod mutt not followed by them showing them plainly evil that arc destroying Mxletjr Ilvullilng their danger the odentald If lean only live until my suits art grown thai be unsold Volunteer tpoke of her at a neighbor T those In trouble the wan always able to brume comfort lettllylng to the time when Cod had tarn her help III the time of trouble She had only much education u her early ante rounding afforded but her asMXlatlon with those who valutd the benefit of church and school gave her that knowledge which made her one whose counsel wo eagerly sought In times ol perplexity or when dlmcultlciaroxo Favor Ir deceitful and beauty Is vain but a woman that fcareth Ixml the thall be prnli e lAttliocloio of this nieotliiB there retoliitloni were adopted HArmu In tho Irovldcnco of Ood our beloved dater Kllzabcth VnnWInklc who had been a member of W C T U from IU organization I That as a union wo have lost one oloiirmott active and faithful workers one who wax ready nt all tunes to make personal sacrifice to do her part lu this or any work to which her mattur calmed her 2 That whltwjn her death we Ire reminded of tho transitory tiling ol earth we shall ourselves bo spurred to grouter uctlvltles and this tun measure make up for the loss which her departure ha cauned 3 That a a union we express our rympathy to the bereaved htmbiind con and daughters and to the Ioler III our midst ratorcly bereft That these resolution tprvad upon our record that a copy bo furnished tho bereaved family mid that they bo published lu the HEBIU UtTilxx pur study und practical work ror years have been tho TEETH AND THEIR TROUBLES Ts it any wonder therefore that in 99 cases out of a hundred wo cnn remedy faulty teeth It is folly to Jct a decayed or broken tooth go withou attention simply bocauso it does not ache It may cause you a great dea of trouble later Lot us see what wo can do to put it in good shape Teethextracted S 25 Beat amalgam fills 7i host gold fills lW A good set of teeth 50 Half faro ou K It and free hote accommodations for people from 0 distance if you write for terns ant engagementsDR H HOBSON Office Next Door to Post offico Richmond Ky Office open nights Madison County College Hill Little Andrew Douthitt died January 20th Dock Nolands wire was buried January 21st II A Laine and William Martin have each lost a horse by distemper Several of our boys expect to go to Ford to work as soon as work b gins there An investigation of the nocall chickenpox by the board of healt disclosed it is the dreaded small Quarantine has boon establish ed nnd tho yellow flag marko the in fested spots Wo are glad tho genial Editor of the CITIZEN has survived both the typhoid rover and matrimony and it still with us and trust that through his weekly ideas tho readers of his paper may be lifted to higher things ICicliiDond Mrs Elizabeth Broaddus was ill tho past week but is now improving Prof J A White principal or Lancaster city schools is homo visit- fug his family Rev J 1r Turner has been in the city tho lust few days holding Quarterly Conference Miss Maggie Broaddus who has boon homo since Christmas has re turned to her school at Irvine Mon dayProf Reynolds contemplates ad ding another year to tho course in the City Colored High School Such a step is keeping with tho spirit of Limo man Rot W W Locke of Winchester was in our city on business Monday Bois working in financial and bnsi cogs interests of tho Negro race anti claims to have important business up his sleeve a Cn Y FarmfiO 3LICITIZENT PROCLAMATION IIECONOMY only Other BRIGHT The Berea Monument Co Tilt result of work and reasonable prices that pflow have in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and we will end you designs and price Headstones up to any amount- and Monuments At prices to suit the times and work firstdas JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky WMWHITESFor 20 by ORDER OF QUARANTINE I KicitMoxn KY JAN LJ OFFICE QF nOAUD OF I1KUT1I MAD1SO COUNTY KY All ptnoni are hereby nitlfle who hue or have bein rxpoxcil to 8M ALIrIUX or other cOn tsfflom illnaw to remain at home upon penal tyol from 300 to 1100 for curb and ever nflensc to be collectrtl lu rash or lij restraint III jail or work upon the public road All unvuvlnatetl Irrrne from two ycann who have been expoxml aro hereby notified lu report at once to n regular practicing physlclai and be racrlnatcd or you will bcarmted cut put Into a ol detention Infected housci must toe marked with a bellow Flag Indicating danger u no liinoecn exposedKvcry will bo policed and th ofllocr will have nil power to enforce the laws Jt POYNTZ 1Kia llonnl of Health WI JlliSON HEALTH OrriciR KENTUCKY STATUTES VACCINATION SEe If49bfaaa to lit ttICtIltIW All person of the age of years or over who have not been vaccinated or If vaccinated not ucccarfuly shall within three month after this rerlsloi takes elicit procure their own vaccination or vaccination as the ease may be 4009 tlinon ami ifa Umcclnnliun All purcuU guardlant and irx ns having the care custody and control of any child or children or who may have In their employ any minor or minors shall have the same vaccinated and ery parent guardian and person who may han the care custody or control of any child born hereafter ball have said child vscclnatedwltlil twelve months after Its birth or utter It come under his or her care custody or control SEC 4010 Per onl coming from other stake to IJt mcfinaitd All persons coming Into this State 10 abide or become citizen who have not been vac clnated or who may have children under then care orcontrol that have not been vaccinated hall procure the vaccination of themselves am Mid children wlthia alx months after coming In to this State coxcniNiNo rats Braun or axAUrox SEC ads ratlenti hating amoUpozrore la lit tattn p Every person auperlntcndlng a hospltaJ or other place where a patient having the imall pox la confined shall prohibit all Intercourw therewith of pens not having the disease and shall before a patient or uITerlDg him to be removed take due cure that his person la thoroughly cleansed and his clothe such a have not been Infected with the disease under the penalty of ten dollar Sgo1616 PrraonapoiegwkrceemtmZl JwnOLIlllor lit ronjtnnf If any person who has never hail tht smallpox hall go Into a houne where the smallpox Is or associate with a person who is afflicted therewith any Justice of the peace ou due prool of the fact may cause luch person to to some hone or place In the country where the dlKcase will not spread there to remain until hi shall have gone through the disease or until a physician thai certify that be will not take the same If such person bo not able to pay the ex pcnw of lts nursing tho county lhall pay the tame SEC 4017 renally Jar tdllfuUy tprcaittng II any person stall willfully endeavor to spread or propagate the amdl pox he shall be subject tc be indicted and fined the turn of five hundred dollars or to be Imprisoned for lx month SEC 1tnalty fur person hating smaUpox- going in imUls ptocti Any person who having reason at the tlma to believe lilinsclf aflllrteU with the olseaseof uraallpox shall voluntarily go upon any public highway i r street or to any place at which people are accustomed torollcct ores semble or who shall enter or go on hunt any railroad iwr or other public convey ancc and any pentium who 11 knowingly aldoi ttuslst anyonvthu tooireml shall be guilty ol a misdemeanor hind upon conviction shall fiunfuotlenathm one hundrc nor more than uric thousand dollars Faults of Digestion causo disorders of till liver and the whole bocomus durangod IIERBINli port fed s the process of digestion and as similation and thus makes ptiro blood Price GO cents S B Welch Jr JENNESS MILLER SHOES For WomenrAre the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are sold by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No DOUGLAS 00 237 We t Main St RICHMOND KT good it customer 600 Marble Granite Material OF discharging beconveyol itrainboat CREAMI IIiICENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos Kothli lit Tta Best Finish at tile beast PriCIi BURTON The Photographer DEALER IN AMATKUR 8CPPU19 Fine Photographs at Reasoitkli Prim Views about Berea a specialty CsFa HANSONSLIVERY Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glosses that are not properly adjusted to eyes are actually dangerous I know It dyou ought to know It I will not attempt to glasses to your eyes until I know what laaEyes examined free A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBIHSOH Jeweler lit Oftkte LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky DENTAL SV11QERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ay Telephone Itrililrnrr No lit ManeN6 n J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to 12 A M- 11o3 P JT National Bank Building Richmond Ky n ATTENTION MILL MEN TRY our Small Dimension and Ticket Mill for cutting lath Picket Chair and other Small Dimension Stock from the round block Send for circular MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan I73ra 1 THE CITIZEN T O PASCO Editor and Uancer HEREA KENTUCKY L FEBRUARY 1900 So Mon Tie Wed Thuf Iii Sat rr I I 22 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 JOlt rJJ J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 174 I1920 21 22 23 24 t 25 26 27 28 JV The wIre of Juson Uoon nil nn resident of Xnnscmoiid eoi nly Vn lately gn birth to her txventyrlghth child a liisty infnnt which at birth had two front teeth In the iNew York legislature linn been introduced bUt requiring street car compilnlcK operating in New York city to employ three persons a grip nmh a fare collector and n conductor on till cnrs exceeding thirty feet in length during rush hours The duty of the conductor to stay on the rear platform to stop and start till ell So close Is tin personal resemblance between Senator Klnney of Delaware nnd Srnntor McComns of Maryland thnt thu presiding ofllcer has on sev era oecaMoim mistaken the nina who rose for recognition Kach now sends up JIIlirel before he arisen unless vhrn speaking hurriedly when he usually announces hU name to avoid mistakes It It nriirly lx years since the first rlrctrlc boat Imported from the Unit ed StuteK was placed on a Venetian mimi Evidently the innovation has won popular approval despite the opposition of gondoliers for it is an noumid tbut a company has been formed to operate both steam and electric Inunchcn between the LIt mid the liaztta DnmurkH kings for 3S4 years hate II hern iiiimed Christian or Frederick This Is not the result of accident It In the 1of Denmark that Christian tntiHt Iw surccdcd by Krcdcrick and frrderiuk by Christian To attain this and without the changing of names In ruse of death or other reason every punish prince no matter what other names he may receive always Includes Christina nnd Frederick among them A post mortem examination has re irnlril Hint Miss Ella Cotes who died recently at her home near Ontario N V hud two perfectly developed iirnrlK Miss iutex was In her 35th jeiir Shu never enjoyed robust Hi nnd since her curly teens had been nil Invalid The slightest over xvrtion brought on complete pros trillion She tiled while writing a nufc to her brother leaving n sen truce unfinished France ticrnumy and the United 3fitrx are endeavoring to secure a Hliiblc nnd safe powder that wilt litI the unmet time give low pressure and high velocity England has content ed herself with the use of cordite Ordnance officers ngrec that cordite is a very sultiililt powder but it has one deftct Gnus from which cordite In fired quickly erode and the heat lio intense that the life of a gun is considerably lessened A Iittiiburgli concern has received nn order for some wire glasn strong enough to walk on and fireproof to Im used op the tower of London Thus American lsilnrH to the tower will odd to their recollections of JuliiiH Caesar William thu Conqueror fcidy lone Cifey Sit Waller Kalclgh the Tnior late and the Itcefentern the memory of good solid 1Utshurgh rlllt yilli HteH win wound with as bestos yarn imbcildcd In It H A sample of Kgyptliin porcelain found rit Mitiiplix wits recently suli mlt1 to M Ie Chatellcr for analy sis nnd the IntcreHtlng fact Will brought out that it was entirely dif ferent from the Chinese porcelain This tenths to the conclusion that the TTiiiiMfiirtiir of true porcelain vns iiuoVvn to the undent Kgyptinns To ijiipllrutc this particular kind Of irclin would require forty parts uf hiVe glass fifty parts of line sand and tIrpurta of white clay The newly founded town of Trian gle tex promises to bo unique It IqllJ1blrlllill chape and tic ground plan of each of the 21 hotoies which have thus far beer erected then in Hire cornered The three principal streets are Kqtilhilcrul Kcalcnu nnd Isoscles and Hie resident have carried their cu rioua Idcji Into the local government jvlllch consists of socalled triangu lar council having three meinbem War critics in discussing the Til ffla seem disposed to count knowl edge of the ground as a factor large ly in favor of thin hoer combatants Whatever tho relative advantages en joyed by the opposing forces may Irave been Ignorance of the locality on the part or the Urltlsh CUll hardly e reckoned as n point in favor of the ifpert For years past Jmly smith has fiepn n military crimp of some ini pQtfpnce and for months ut lea lit thIetvholu neighborhood south of I IIIIIM lnm beep u ml liar to Hrirul uuiumfltlerr THE DEBUTANTE Here In her dainty chamber On the anowwhito tied ItlleThe dress that brought men a tpnrkle Of Joy to her violet eyes A wonder garment fashioned In yards upon yards of lace With knots of silvery ritboas- To fasten the folds In place Go lay II away forever In the sweet dead leavtn of the rose With the fan nnd the fairy slippers TIle gloves and the II ken hose The bodtre too that was Oiled To her gIrlish and graceful shape And heavy with frosty frlnijci The IOIIK while opera cape v For Madge she In done with dancing And the pleasures and pain of life No babe shall call her mother And no mba call her wife For below In the darkened rnror With her slender feet unshod Phe lies on a couch of lilies All dressed for the Court of God Minna Irvine In The Puritan Copyright tftgj by D Arr ton U Co All tlcnts reserved CHAPTEft XXIV CoNTixtini I borrowed an arquebus from one of my men and the arrangement was thit we were to charge out after a volley the first shot of which I was to fire All being now ready it was only nccc ary for us to wait I would merely add that in order to prevent dis covery by the neighing of the horses we hail muzzled ours as far an oible There was toW a dead silence that was only broken by the rustle of the leave overhead an occv nional crack amongst the dry Iouhas a wjuirrel moved against them or the uneasy movement of n horse which caused a clink of chain bit sail a straining sound made by the leathers of the saddlery that was not in reality so loud os it seemed but caused Jacopo and Ilaudn Xcrc to scowl fiercely nt the unfortunate rider a scowl which was only equaled by their stolidly impassive face when their own beast sinned We had not long to wait presently we heard oieeu shouting the clatter of horrcs trot ting a rapid reining in at the ascent tnd a number of followers nnd lackeys some mountedon horses others on mules with led mulls beside them came past antI went on heedless of the eager facts watching them through the trees Ono or two of our horses became so uneasy that I WM afraid of immediate discovery but fo occuined were the knaves in babbling together all at once that what with this nnd the thwacking of their animals and in some cases the eflorta to remain on we remained unnoticed Thtn there was a short interval and the suspense was strained to breaking point In a while we heard the lion beat of a war linrc hoof ardour quarry came in view First raiiie Moiuignore Hoxnrdo a tall thin man wrapi cd in a purple clotdc with a fur cap on hi head lie rode i strong ambling mule arj by his side was the commander of the escort Immediately behind were four troopers then the mules with the ducats behind these again six othtr lances whlst the rear was brought up by lialfadorcn lackeys without sword amongst them lint nhat struck me almont dumb with surprise was that the leader of the escort Will none other than DEntrangues There rould be no mistake his visor was up end I aw the sallow face the long red mustache and inmost caught the cold glint of his cruel eye At last I raised my arquebus and covered him At last Hut a touch of my finger and the man was dead I could not mik my heart was mad within me but my wrist was firm as steel In another moment he would be dead dead sail mv revenge lie complished It was already in my hand I looked aside for a second at the line ol breathless faces watching me then back again to the muzzle of my weapon DKn trangucs was now not 20 yards away I ould scarcely breathe as I pointed the ar quebus at his heart I had already begun to press the trigger when something seemed to come across my mind like lightning I saw in a moment that lonely coon in the Al bizzi palace where I had kneeled to my God ndIom to put aside my veng nce The weapon shook in my grasp Fire signore whispered Jacop hoarsely With an effort I jerked the muzzle in the sir and pulled the trigger The report was followed by four others anti l vo of time troopers fell The next moment tre were on them with a shout and there was a dash of steel as fierce blow were struck and received now and again a short tngry oath and sometimes a cry of pain I dd not want to take life but a trooper came at me so had to run hint through the heart and the mat fell forward under Castor hoofs with a ysil I shall never forget Time next iiutant DKntrangues anti I crowed blades and whether he recognized me or Mot I do not know but he fought with a skill and fierce aess I have never seen equaled At last I lost my temper anti cut savagely at him He parried on the forte of his blade hut so furious was the stroke that it broke the weapon in his hand and almost unhorsed him Reining back skillfully lie avoided an uther cut I made at hhi and drawing n wheel lock pistol from Inn hoister tired it straight at inc At the lath some one dashed between us I heard a scream which froze the blood in me and a body lurched forward anti fell to my side whilst a rider less horse plunged through the press nnd galloped away Isaw time light of the golden everythingforgetting the fact that a dreadful deed was done sprang down from Castor and raised St Armando in my arms As I mud this a hoarse yell from my men told me the day was won but I had no ears for this no eyes for any timing except time slight figure which lay in arms gasping out its life Congratulations ignore we have taken the lot and Jaeopo bleeding anti dusty lode up beside me- At too great a price I groaned help uifc to carry I could say no more Here two of you secure those mules UanJe Nerc see to the wounded Queen of Heaven the chevalier and Jaeopo giv- Ing his sharp orders sprang down bcsiJe me sad together we bore our unconicioii bur den under the shadow of the oaks A dark figure stepped to our side and kneeling down supported the lifeless head on his arm nhilst hot tears fell from eyes as ho prayed over her It was time abbe How did this happen I asked did not say you were not to move It was done at once lie answered I could not prevent italu Zloty can I carry this ttlebtck to St Armandc Jaeopo Water exeelrer some clear water in till helmet I thanked him with a look and h stepped kck leaving us three together two who were living end one who was going a vny bathed forehead and drawn lips from which Mowed n thin at rca of blood nnd as did no her eyes opened hut the tHin of death was on them Ii Siivelli Ugo and site was gone Gone like a flash flung swiftly nnd fast into eternity fttutk down perhaps unwit tingly by the arm which nhculd have been n thield to her I have often wondered if DKntrangur ever knew who fell to his pistol shot If he did God pity him In the one glimpnu caught of ins white lace as he Mvung round and rode ofT thought sea a look of horror lint everything went to quickly that then I had no time to think and now can recall but the end To her dead hips Carillon pressed his cruel the Into her dead rams he mumbled lmra era knelt tearless and prnycrlcss reside hint thinking only of the great love that had laid down a life One by one my men stole up nnd stood in a half circle leaning on time cromtiandlos of their swords over which time grim bearded faces looked down on its in pity Suddenly Carillon malted his crucifix aloft My Father he cried receive her omt- lAirJ sonic one Mid softly Amen- CIJAPTER XXV TilE VBNOEAXCB OF COUTH We buried our lend end mndnme slept beneath time ilex in tho courtyard at tin castle below the north wall Over her name hit prove we ratted n rude cross and after it waa done Carillon bathe farewell lie was going he soul to bear the story to St Armnmle anti when he reached It wit there vas sorrow in the IUnrd chateau whence madame took her name It nanwiih a heart of lead that rode into 10ilrrllto and there as arranged made over my priw to Hawkwcod The tale of the durat wac complete and time Englishman giving me my quittance held out hia hand saying bluntly I wronged you Di Snvclli but I know now Wo all know for Itnyoid has told tin I hesitated Many memories cattle to me end then was bitter resentment in my soul They had all been too rcudy to believe They had thing me forth n thing too vile to touch antI nowit was an easy iiMttrr tO hold out a hand to say I nm sorry to think that a civil worth would heal n hideous wound The kind world vsa going to forgive me because it hail wronged mo Filch a it was however it was the world and things had made mo n little humble Alter all if the positions were leN if I stood in Hntvkwoodit plllt and he in mimic how should have acted I would not like to My flltII8 jou willDu1 I took bin grasp I will come back In a little time Till then adieu Ooodby said we parted 1ivc minutes later was uptirrinf to nome my following at my Intel It was in a manner nctk on the Mark fur KoKinIo wax prolnhly making his way thither with all speed anti doublle DEn trnnguc M well Hctognition was almost certain nk or no risk wa linind to wo the carilinal and tell him my task was done Little did think htwerer a Ci lor liore me with liii bug easy gallop across time oak forests of the Nen that the fare of affairs in Home hat been changed in an hour and that had Iso wi hed I might hate in safety proclaimed what I hail done front the very house tops A a we came nearer tho city it vas evident that there was some great commotion within for from every quarter pillar of dim smoke rose up in spiral columns nnd then KpreadiiiK out like a fan hung sullenly in time yellow of time Min set It clear that bonne were hunting and swonds were out We soon lx gan to meet l1rtie of fugitives hurrying front the city antI making across country in all di rection They avoided us like time pifgtie and the mere glint of our arm was ulieient to make them scatter to right oath left leav ing audi property as they could not bear with them to the tender monies of the roadside Some of my men were eager to ride after time ruintwa anti question theta but forhfldc this knowing we liould heel soon enough ami that if there were danger it would bc best to hold together 1cr Itacco anti aropo riding up beside me pointed to a black cloud which alowly rove nnd willed above ths vineyard of the Pincinn hill we IMI best go with a leaden boot excellency Timer is a devils ar nival 011rerfugitives who scented to Ce running for wards caring little where they went so that they put a distance between them anti tonic Ainonght the throne wi n figure I locos niztd anti in a mean habit mounted on a mule which wax seized with nil obstinate lit nnd refused to budge although roundly thwacked I saw the cardinal of StrUoni liidding Jaeo o keep the men together lode up to him and asked Can I render your eminence any aid Hia round eyes starting out of hi head like a runaway hare glanced at me in fear i ml the stick he bore dropped from his nand doubt much to time Mtl faellon of time mule At first he was unable to sitesknm my words teemed to the man with tenor end had to repeat time question befole he stammered out Yon are mistaken sir I am no eminence hut a poor brother of Mount Carmel on mar way to Ioligno out of this hell Uliind me and he glanced over his shoulder towanla Rome I see I answcreil with a smile hut if the poor brother of Mount Carmel more closely at me he will see a allioolcI short your eminence I am Di Sae Corpo di Itacco menu our lady thanked And so it in you cavallcru heI my advice anti turn your horses head Foligno On beast und he kicked at mule which moved not an inch I am for Home your eminence but what hall happened Oh that I had a horso ho groaned What has happened Everything tune pened Alexander Ielllld or dying Cewiro dead they Kiy anti burning iu hiido by isis Orsini nnd Colonna at the old gamu of ham met and tongs And the cnrdinalDAinboiso Sale enough I believe an time Orsini hold the llorjjo oust have declared for Irancc f must me your reverence you will safer in Home than out of it The whole country will rise at time news nail the habit of Mount Carmel will not save time caidliml cf Strigonia Turn back with me and I will escort you to the IaUzzoCorncto To make n short story Uteagreed after a little persuasion nnd the mule WII8 kind cnouih to amble hack very willingly to Home We placed his eminence in time ten tcrof our troops ansi went onwards entering the city by 1orta 1inciana riding along leisurely in time direction of S Trinita di Monti and thence straight on toward the Hipetta It was a work of no little danger to make this last passage for everywhere band of plunderer were engaged in gutting the houses many of which were in Humes andwe continually tame arronadrad bodies or patted houses from which wo heard shrieks of agony Ve couhl help ng one I I u It was all we could do to keep our own heads in our shoulder but by dint of shoutiup AColonnnl with the Colcnna and Orsini Orsini with their rivals and sometime hitting a shrewd blow or two wo crowed time llipcttn mill in a few minute wore safe in the Ialazzo Corncto litre wo were received by loe Clcrc who toinfoi te l tho trctnblinc Slrigonia with tho n iunnrc that an exi lleut tmpiem awaited him infoimina me nlinnut in the same breath that Dinboii was in time Vatican I hvtt no timo in repairing thither which I did on foot accompanied by Javopo alone and made iiy way without let or mmirane to the Torre llorgia hero everything was in the wiklcst confusion anti Spanish sol dier of tho iise were plundering right and left stumbled across De lcyvn wh with n fine men nt ii leek was trying In maui lain order lie gladly nrreitcd time offer ofImy swnrd amid we did what we could t cut the wiiolmmle robbery from going on In a brief interval of rest asked Do you kmiw where DAinltoinc is In th Sistine chapel with Imlfadoten others ie llripoinw guards the entrance IIIlulln4nDfnil or i1ittglslim not even knoir where is ill lion Mk hole bus seined as much sulie ran nnd carrying Ccaare on n litter escaped to Jetlai Then seers is not leINo t remsaulSi lauiw that l antI he pointed to u reding drunken crowd full wilh wine anti plunder who iwd by lit with yrlls into the greet iccitionroonM Followed by the lea men who lemnincd steady De Uyvn dalied after thmi anti with larom at my heels mastic rill the Sistine eliaiwl rent lied the Scala Kegia end although knew the Sistine dllll wa lut n few fort militant yet owing to the lUrknru that prevailed niimml time way and lotvpn vaa of erurnr inutlile to help me imping oomiril rt cnme to n Miinll door anti pushing it found it to open equity It led into n narrow vaulted 10 where tlc darkncM was as Ira velvet curtain of black hang before do not like the look of this cicdlcmy said Jneopo as no hallnl in front of tin1 door Kwp a dmwn sword answered und follow me We cowld only go In single file anti icked our way with the Calt care our feet ring ing time stone Door lixcrpt for this the Hilrnee was intrnw sail we nmld bear no vound cf th deviltry o itide Tho pai ag ontinued until we almost began to think it hail no end tat at last tIme darkness pave vnjr In a P4lligiOOmst ansi a faint bur cf light glcatnrd ahead oIl At this we Increased our parr finding sharp corner n Itllc tie ond which ruse a winding flight of stairs ending before n halfo en door through which the dm light canw I mt my foot on the fiiiit of the step n anti wan about to as cend when we were startled by hearing a moan of niortnl atony f llnwe l by a laugh so wild and shrill tat exultant and j e l full of malirv that it chilled to the bone II pml d through the door and echoed down thy pnaang behind u until the horrid radcnrc brraino fainter and minter finally tiring away into the Mark darkneiM God eav ua exclaimed Jaeopo it a fiend UHgUing Its way to hell Ho went on with chattering tacit to aijuro mo to go no further but rro ing my t JAnd the was oon self had him lie silent sashstopped for ward Since that moan oCngooy and ter ible laugh of triumph llwre uaa no round mind I eouhl lnmasthmcnmrmy heart bsntimigas reached time door lacopo hail nerved him self to follow me and stood pate and trem bling at my shoulder hia sword quivering in his shaking land WM injrarif not tree from fear for no man may combat with spirit but after a moment hesitation I looked taulioUkly in Isaw before me a roost of great size dimly lighted by two tall can sIlos Inmiinj on each aisle of a niamivo lieil steed on which lay a man bound and writh ing in time throes of death Time light though faint around tIme room fell full on the face of the man anti horribly an the features wero Iwiwd didtorted they were ww they were their of Alexander mid that he was in his last agony atomic nnd friendler in Ida nplciidid pahiec Yet not alone there was unothcr figure in tire room A looked it stepped out of the gloom of thin riih curtain at the window and standing over the bed Iniigheil again that terrible laugh of devilish joy At time ouiid the dying man moaned through Isis black foamclothed lips and Corte for it Watt lie bent over the body motkd him- Hodorigo llorgia Vicar of Clirint hill yawns for you limit n few moment Honda limit a few moment of life think you t lint yoj suffer now There it more coining thing even oannol drcain of In the fare of Alvxaildir came ao awful a look of en treaty that could hear it no longer MttIIIIlito the room nnd ImUilig nay hand on Corlctt nlionlJcr said Come let him tile III pence Ho turned on me with u snarl but recog airing mo laughed again Ila hal IK him die III pcpc Why man you mw her tilt and can say title llutheis going too It itn week doe toe Matthew Comic bled him for nn ague and toiiehed him with n little knife just a Ittlo pin prick lie began to thvn hut hell is not yet hoi ciinugh for him He mImi in too much peace Why my dug dicii in snore agony limit he felt oomulhing Set those turn curtains See tide disordered mOnth lie tore those curtain in bin mad hess He lit nl till wood of time clinics he howled thin n dog at the moon and they tied him here and left him I nlonu watch will let him tIle in lellce Ilii Im It lii good do not want him to die yet I give him tooth amid he lives In a little while xr laps lit ivill Hut in pence hallal I rould iilmiiBt dio with huuhter when hear that It is too good Hal hal san it watt liopcleiw to do anything with Corte anti the popo watt beyond repair might have cut down the inndman but it would tune aeivcil no pUllloe Ior a moment thought would pawi my sword through tIme Horgin and free him from pain It would have been n mercy limit luckily hnd the ecus to rcatnim myself Again Alexander deserved his fate and a few min utes more or Iai would make no difference So left tiwretch to lie the death of a myhen1 k J JacApo heaved a sigh i f relief II w1 CDt out I felt a different milan as I ran dowt tim step of the Scala Hcgia liar met with Do Kcyva again and told limo whit had seen The Cnuicrlrngo has Jut gone to him he answered referring to time pope and you have miiwed DAiuboise Ho has returned to tho Palazzo Corneto I can do nothing here Hiid nm going myself Do you walkor ride I have no horse Walk I mifttvrrcd and the Spaniard linked lila arm in mine as followed by Jaeopo we took our way back to the ear dismals house On reaching there sought IVAiniiofse at nneo He hall heard of my arrival and WM nwaitinitme Aflerabricf greeting told him isis ImiincM vas mimic and handed him tht quittance I had received from Hawkwood Ho was mightily pleased as may Im Im agined felt it my duty to inform him of denth of Stl Arnmnde telling him how it occurred without in any way disclosing lilY knowledge of the secret He was much nnrrted It is a sad biniiic he said bet we have other timings to think of now Mon Dieu moil Diru And to this day Imunaware if he knew or not lint the night tmas not yet over anti late it vns there were yet thump to ho done About midnight we heard that Alexander nn dead and a few minute later ientil Orsini hurried to time rnnlinnl They held a hasty council and De Hriconnct and I were Mimnioned News had come that cane had not yet led Ontia tint ho was too ill to travel anti DAiiiboix an On ini resolves mi n bold stroke It was nothing hess than time captuie of Horgia Onini olteiiil to lend lance for the IHlfI oar but a leader was wanted He could not go himself a his arch enemy Inbrizio donna held all item on the left Ink of time Tiber and was in sufficient forte to make a dash for the Horgo at any moment The short of it use that at the cardinals recommendation received till command and about two m the mornini Kt out for Untia If the ships Crnarr had lured had arrived the nutter was ended sad we could do nothing but if not there was every chance of hll nurrrmlering without a blow as although he had about too men with him they were not to be relied on ex wilt lime Iialfdoren cutthroats who formed In ITIHOM guard1an1 who might U tnistnl to tight to the last The luck which hail follow d me so far favoird me again ami pmwiitg on II fast as our horses could local us wo came up with the fugitives In the early morning Only ant ship too small to hold all had come anti they were crowded en time batik of the Titter making every ef fort embark Tho rncr shore was trcwn thl1ballroufuiion took ilrrc on our arrival Oil fhip wa drawing up to time quay anti WI ruuM see tho litter of the Hori urround eii by tIme few men wlto mrant to fight Tin attain ua over In five minutes and OMM wa my priraner Seeing how matter rtood this mauler of time ship anchored il inidktream 111of the yells ansi cia ration of time follower of time Horgia whc were not spared by my mm Indrnl had great dilrtilty in keeping Cre from harm He lU in truth very ill but was able U yieldedMaldetlo fttr hind pre jwrwl for cverjthing except bring ill hit then ly bark In IIi litter anti spoke no mao LOHTlHI1ID1 Thus iinliornp Clilnrnr nrel It Is n proof of time high degree ol elaboration to which fiction lltrmtore III China hns been carried that tuoslol their novels arc thickly Interspcrifd with poems of all orders of merit Jfo stronger evidence could be afforded of the fact that whatever they lack It li not literary finish If anythIng they have thU In excess These x rnit Are Introduced In n variety of ways Tb hero sends one In a billet doux to tht heroine or he overhears lien stInging one or perhaps n poetic contest li struck tip time fine on defeat being gen orally time compulsory drinking of M many extra flngona of wine Win drinking and poetizing almost luraria bly go together In Chinese novels though whether they mbso In real llfl we ore unable to say AhOenUthlnlf nnytlmlnginmust be prepared to extemporize by the ream In Inimitable poelrnu n F Cnnillln In Open Court t Urnln It oC Iong tgo In The Kitlil of time Cloth of Gold Itobfrla Nelson aayn that It woe not King Henry VIII or Philip I of France but pca nnt Tad VIctoi thiedytJienjiointid to fctorm n hill held by the lingtUh archers their ling wall given to gallantlynon halls amid flying arrows though Ills companIons turned mil and flesh down the huh believing as he did that it WIVSA real antI not a sluim battle that tiny were engaged In Hut Ihe Kuglklv gunners oath archers hud been In ntriictcd In aim above time heads of theli II Iwtn III and the gallant boy rnt weJcomcd with cheers when he reached the summit of the itIllSL4chjo1naVtp- iimmiii VII The rrench ambassador of the dajr complained to a bright English woman of hlgb rank because her country failed to Intervene In time KruitcoPriiRsIan war ending his diatribe with the re mark After all it wns to be expect ed We lined to think you were n nation of shopkeepers anti now wo Inow you mire And we said she used to think flic French a nation of soldIers and now we know they arc notNJ- oat Y THO 1rlnou Dinner Prison Warden The dinner ordered from Dctinonlcof come Take it tc the prisoner who killed a man Assistant All right Who la this bread and water for- WnrdenThnts for the man who ilolc a ham X Y Weekly They Cnnio Irons Ilrnxll- Ml of the carbons used In making tU socalled diamond drill are found IB the state of Ilalila Brazil One weigh ing 075 karats was found In 1893 It was sold in Paris for 100000 franc JI9300 HIMT Conld Ho net floseSns he on his knees when kt proposed lJrXo but I was Ifoatoo Joir pal k WILLIAM KEPT TAB An Elevator Who Was R Ucea her UnstMlorr Undue rill the house Monday morning The Inungtr III the elevator of time largo partment e snitTed time all to me illiam she salt 1 smell cabbjg replied time tlentortoy Time Vergiuon on third floor back is cook In till fur dinner Tuesday afternoon If Im not mistaken Sil1Ianm there is a atron odor or mutton nere Yes m There bavin mutton rill din ncr at the elkenoul on time ixt fioorIabout luilfway back IhlcJ W lhalllJ1lere does that smelt of onions come Conmes rm the ChrlnfI flmeir dumit have nocom p ne meat today Thursday evening I think notice a flavor of soap in time at moKphere William IIioln theireatn The Hrinkmeyers wa hm They do that every two wreks oruh Who having fish today WillUmI The Swalliwn on time fourth lloor time Hiddlecombes an the Sliadwdls on the end floor an the Jordlc M on the thlll The Dorin il to have turkny hut they b mt brgun to cook il ytt- Da know what we are to have for dinner William eem Cold meat an tursipaImut I wont tell anybody iiuiCuicagij Tribune fillO Iteunril 109 The seamier of this paper will be to learn that there it at one meatIest disease that science has been able to cure If- all its statre and limit t Catarrh lIallc Catarrh Cure is time only IlOttti euro known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being conmtutional ditimte requires a constitutional trestment Hall Catarrh Cure U taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous suifar of system thereby destroying ILot foualat n of the diieate giving the patient strength by buhdmng Up time tOlItiUttn assisting nature m doing its work Time proprietors have to much faith in Us curs tive powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollar for any ease that it tails to turf Bend for list a InliinonuU Aihlrrtt F Cheney A Co TIed O Sold h halts FamtfiiI are the Let A Miidetl llrqnr Amhitimi It an admirable trait but it it not single qualification for IJUNItU Anlt high nasaL ke- numntcrttt a iermmsaei who ff eirI years- md been to a cooper j moan fell that roau t rooiwriBK was not compatible with hnics for ttt future Arrordingtly after dUIralion a few month ago dd a latter ii UIof the great Kotlurail basking house at Fnnkforl setting forthat seine length feu ttronK dislike for tin mindamid aikiag to M trceptMl as an apprrnlw nill protmting diligence cud au apiirlMH W the bu inis flit young main Is still a eutrVtk1 C niMnl Tlir Inrlllfi unit Irlrnlnl IlI Leave inail Cratral Sialioa New York by time Sew York Central hill IN Ik a year at Dii net the north aochlllaetwo after this mail in at Sin Prattciiro ready for delivery or Irantfrr to the steamers lot Ilanait Australia IliilipiMiH JaMH ass Chum Sw the new HiB4 the World faMe just IMIIK by the New York IVsttral Jsea m1cslutUAnI npprnl ltmAssengrr Agentames Central SIal kin Nf York 5 tnICh nitm- pMr Dalan There n ere thing to tit in Jrn Kitahcnrrs favor Mr ittwellWlulittlut A UlAn with that numae wMkl have na ditlirulty in tti it Ihe raMieuf itaeMuiy lilt burgh ChrofiicWTilrKtjpl- iIfTVAM FADKLKS8 DYIB are taut to iiwihght washing ud njltlnng SW by all dugttJ fellow whwn you think wears hi hair too lotux at sure IIIU wryear too ahurtIatt Mciiir lisoe Cure for CosetmmiitIan Is an A Nr I Asthma medicine W b Willuuu An tioch III April II IKH meimimheDemocrat a p t p S p S 44 Take Tune by The Forelock Dont AII until ficknts tnxrl et you Vhtn tht fired ftetintj tilt inIrhtwrutic pin the first tiumingi impure bl1Od Arc rtI4nifest tAftt tieds yurImc4llhness We lure ti get Hoods because Jtoodi8tiJabaitci CONSTIPA nON I hu II day tt a limo wlllioul oieidetu5M if ho limreli not t lug elms la no a them nCI J mine li I water Inirilont Ciroule tOoulpalioli for seven scans 5Iatctt Iu IhliurrlbUeondllloni bill limo dW cr rrtbla htaid of but uoicr leaml on relief suet WI my case until betnil using CAbCAIllMH bate froinon iii lIfoOIaun a Jir end It wtirlch would BIo nooOl tor eRrll tnotrracDli II U such rolltf aim b I If N- TIWJIliuKilbl IMIroll UlCb CANDY wJEnricTaspi PbOOosiIOCURE CONSTIPATION Sllrll ttmtlf timftij 45liimm ti Tb Kt BulrsCforougS ru Bromicimftia Uonr80 WlmonpincoughCroua lJJffluIJ1IsttJli n zofejc cUTERsiNK DROPSY DlSfOVKItVi gives IrMlmrnlrr riiCend cur wont WESTERN CANADA Ono of the C Spots on the Con talent Open for Settlement The following extract from nn In tcrwtlnjr letter to the Mnnon Cltj Jotvu Ii iiibtlc3ti written liy Mrs S A iiriRlmm late of that place but now of Hot Creek Allurtn Canada 10 ncI ilifcrlhcft inoit of the ills trlctn of Writcrn fnnniln lint we Ink plenRuro in re cntln7 same to the at lentlon of our reader WISTIII OAXAIIA Crop rroprrl and Clltnnlv About IMiiiiiiilnii x t T Brighamp Bdllor Moron City Republican Rosa Creek Alberto N W T Cnnaila Aug 7 1699 trnr Sir Wn nre located lu the Heaver Jill 30 II ell from 11 Saskatchewan and idle Rom IvJmontoii To the cakt of thote U an Immense arm of hot tom lands which fnrnlthe abundancet of hay for the Mtllem It U dotted with umall lake the largeit of which U called Heaver Lake 1C miles io length There hcltcr for the cattle and liomm now feeding there Tlio Ileavcr ore covered with tuuill green willow wlilnh are easily gotten rid of before breaking up the land Here and there poplar birch and tamarack tree abound Small meadow arc numerous The toll In those hula U much richer than the bottom manta being n kind of black leaf mould There U no tough nod to brcnk and It ls very productive Wheat oat and barley do finely and vege tables arc the finest that nan be grown totntoci wxtlally Ire Urge Mtiil tollil eailly producing from 200 to 300 buihcU per acre and heat of nil never n taty bug to wreitle with Vlkl fruitIII rawberrlea gooseberries ntkntoon or pine berries ra pber lion and cranberries are found In the bllU Smell tame fruit does finely the red and white curranu In my garden arc as large again 1 common sized once We liaro long days during the months of June end July one can see to rend many evening until 10 oclock In the tu light Some nights lent than I hours of darkness and the bird are singing at 2 oclock Then ngnln It rahso easily You look to wnnl the west anti sec little cloud romtng up n gntle nhowcr follows tile cnn slits forth again end In a little while you forget It has rained Cyclone lire unknown here and the thunder nod lightning Is very light UV had two kloriii this summer lie en tnpnn led with wind and hall but nothing to lodge the grain The av trngo heat is about 78 degree We lid thicr or four day In July at The night are alway cool The winter season 1i one of greet activity All the fencing Ii gotten out then anti logs for the farm buildings fly paying SS eeut you are irranted n permit at the land olllee to roadWof lime to the fanner Hay Is hauled Irom the bottom lands nil winter long niid n man can work outside IIIrIilny at far ns the weather Is onIcerned There are cold snap when it renehe 40 And S below zero but the lark of wind prevents one realizing It mid the mountain ISO miles welt of us are a great protection Our neighbor are mostly Canadian Scotch Swede and we have a nice sprinkling of people from the Suites The creeks abound In small flili We etc now In the midst of hay- making lug 7th Wheat will not be cut until early September title being a little Liter tendon than common but the crap will be Immense I send you n sample of wheat and barley Its height U almost even with my houl ilcr average M Indies Newcomers lucking blndrrt can hire their grain cut for 74 eeiits per acre Irslrie chickens nre hero by the thousand The water It good We have n fine well IS fret Vep In the creek the Inter Is soft rtnd of n yellowish colour Then again we are siirroiiwlfl with Imclulnri we hue no leim titan IS single turn In this neighbourhood on matrimony bent When n feminine gender of any age between II end 40 lilts three hill we pity her cn great is the demand for tier company In coneliitlon If the remnlndrr of cur loved ones were here with us we hould helter enjoy life on tnlS Creek and unlrM the unexpected develops consider title will be a pretty fair place to end our day lion a A nnioiiAM Fell innller Than He rooked The dwsrlof the new hole Is John L llurnrll from Alabama An Aabamian the other thy related this doer winch willt fit illustrate how tin dimnmive trill to tier wU n he makes a molllr1nolnllu ilirwil lawyer who has had much prac lice before Ihl Alabama supreme 0 The greatest eiiihirraiunent of his life wer W ulTcreil when he nude lil debut before that fbpnifiril lriliinil He was seated behind a high slackedwith law book and ivipcr anti when he arose In hit turn to ad circa the court their honors were unable to even ire the of hif head Above the rile The trained counsel said the chief luitlrr J1ing vigorously with hie gavel will kindly the court uiual courtesy of ruing when addressing it It It needled to add that Uuraelt felt lIIanlfoldl nioro di looked1bdadelphiaColla Cueonielnni ringlnrUm rrptalIt Vedt What now Why In our town we had a piano con cert the other night and the s name was Irof Gndley When the manager MI ready to start the how he ihrued lot may bang away when ready i1Jleyi ri staUimao 1I i TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In Ilir 1IIrrllnnllIrrlr Ini- IVIiniurr It ilhnJrnland Miminimi ITllrJohn Jlij nllnlNlco1 The aume came tn JCMU liy night mill nltl unto Illmi Itahbl KP know that Thou art learner come from loci for no nmn can do these mlruoUn Itiat Thou itoril ex eaept Cod lie whir film Jesus nnewerrd aid until unto him routheHod Nlcodemus nallh unto Him llow cnn n man be born when he U olJT Can he en ter the second linty tutu his molbern womb end be born A Jew answered Verity verily say unto Ihee except n man be born of water and of the Spirit he cunnol enter Into the kingdom of Cod t That which Is born of tine flesh In flesh and that which U born of the Spirit li 1lrlU 7 larval not that Maid unto theei Ve mUll be born nnuln a The wind blowelh where It Iliteth end thou hearrsl the sound thereof but canal not tell whence It comet cud whither II goelh no U everyone that li born or thi Hplrltt nnsweted and said unto Him How can thene ihlngH beT Jesus aimwrred and cud unto him Art thou a mailer of Israel and knowtat not these things Ill Verily verily cay unto thte Wt peak that we do know and testify that we have seen and y t receive not our wit near It If I have told you earthly things and ye believe nol how chill ye tidleve It I tell you of Heavenly ililnn OOIUKN TUXTlor Cod no loved the 80nIhInot perish but have cvcrlattlny lift John Ml NOTES AND COMMENTS The vied of Mcodcmus belongs to the early part of the llmt year of Jesus ministry It occurred about the time of the pa over In Irrtualcin which Will April 910 In the year A n 27 Only part of the conversation between Jeeua sod McodcmiDt III Included In the text of the Icnon MI trrara 1321 should be read and studlrd being port of the heron Taking then these 21 erAthe trashing fall nnturaly Into five illvUlons Nlrodtmu Ruler vs t The New Hlrth vs 1U I 171IThe Way to Ilfe vs 14U Mcodemns Mcodemiis Will a mem bet of the Sanhedrim ac Implied by the word translated ruler Miodemtu must here linen n man of peculiar open flees of mind to hare gone even by night to the despised Teacher of Naza reth who wan PII much hated by the pharltee at a class Nlcodcmut was also a dltcrrnlng man unhampered by prejudice or false report lie ices that this net Rabbi waan teacher come from God fur he says no min can do these miracles that thou doll except nod be with him- Ylcodeilus was open to the light and truth regardless of the apparent source and the light and truth were mndc known to hIm The New IIIrthIxelll a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God Except a man Ire horn of water and of the Spirit he cannot enter the kingdom of Jed That which U bornof the flesh Is flesh and that which II horn of Urn Spirit U spirit Thin was the message of Jesuit to Nlcodcinur Ye must be born again At theta are three persons In the Godhcnd so has n man a threefold nature There Is God she Father Jail the Son and God the Holy Spirit the great mystery of three In one So Is there the mental nun the bodily mien and the spiritual man or the soul Thnt which is born of the flesh is flesh That born of whirithe mind U mind la born of the Spirit U spirit Paul mutt have had this In mind when he said lioman 71218 For that which I do allow nut fur what I would bat I do not but what hate thai t doNow then It Is no more that do It but sin that dwelteth In me For I know that In me that la lu my flesh dwcllcth no good thing for to will Is present with mr but how to perform that which Is good I flnd not The mind knew the good but ins unable to compel the flesh Hut Iuul glees us In Homnns 81 the solution he hlll found There Is therefore now no condemnation to them which nre In Christ leant who walk not after the flesh but after the Spirit The Way to Life No wonder NIco jemiis failed to understand the new teaching The first birth tend n marvel of nature how much mote marvelous to Ida mind miiM have been the second birth of which he hnd never before heard Hut Jesus tints npels Io him Ihc way which Is just an wondrous lu Its simplicity as the truth of the new birth wan In Its mystrrlousiiesK terns says Io Ntcodemim and so to the world For rod ro loved the world that Plc gate Ills only begotten Son that whosoever be llcvcth In Him should not perish but have everlasting life Lutherenllxlhls terse the little Gospel or the little Ilible In this U Included till love of God nnd Ills plan of salvation The ondenuntionSaltation Im riles thnt there U somewhat Io be unveil from ns well somewhat to 1S saved o The world has condemned Itself to life nwny from God and Uiu to n life of tmhapplncs anti unrest Light DnrUness And what Is the condemnation That light Is come Into the world and men loved darkness rather than light that In spile of the help of Jesus freely offered men thotild prefer to walk In the ways of death AFTKUTHOUOHTS Ye must be born again The message of Jesus to Nlecdemu U the message of Jesus to every one out tide the kingdom of God today The hails of success In life Is faith the basis ofII straightforward Chris tian character Is faith In the Son of loci God so loved the world therefore Jesus lived suffered died and rosy sgnlatSome mm hive heat In the dark tc iOI11IhU the light hurts their eyes triceu FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Ilml Seinlan Wnshlnitlon Jnn Sriinto Not In oKilonHauntTile luitin fjnvo nn hour to ntilo alrx un the lulu Itoirr cnlnlvo llnlnl ol LoiilKlnnii mud bcyoml this IniiieuutcU no buslnvKK of Importance LSennloScnntorMasonit New OrloHim who hud criticised his Triuipvnnl vlawx severely llaynl Hie vice conmil unit rrltlrlfed tho HrltUh Kvcrn lIorIllllril et that thin barrier tn mediation will lie removed Kcimtor hoar In the rime strain na did also Mr Lodge Mr Tlllmnn delivered n Hjictch on thin rhlllp plne question innlntnlnlni that this Filipinosthin introdntelennui rurllon of n public Inilldlnir nt Xcnln O 1I lrrnllllho IlorrlnR of Kentucky Introduced n Mil tn iKnnlon ofnrreliiK Introduced also n large nnmlxr of minor Nnlnn bills Itcprexntntlve Johnston of Went Virginia Introduced n bill trencnrytoJreenbrler church Summers cnun ty Rest Virginia tor n church e linre letruyd tiy Inlled rttnten troop during the civil war Mr flaylnn Inlrndueed it rcKdliitlon lint on July IW lilt military and naval forces of the Inlted Statta be withdrawn from the Inland nf Culxi nnd that the Knvcrnmrnt thereof lx left pilotsnnth In their applications for license was parseilWnnhlnRlon Jan SI Senate A bill providing Hint tho cannon on the gun from witch the first shot was flrrd In the SpanldlImerictn Will be enndemncd prurentMl to the city of Nnnlmilo was pnsieil Senator llnron occtiilcd three hours In n fpcteh on the Ihlllpplno question The pcniilon cnlen Oar was taken up Among Ilio blllH ed were tile following Irnnllnit stn IIrumby mother of Lieut Itrumby Wilt wn Atm Uewin ring Iteutnnant n month to pay O1 to the ttlow III John view Of his servlcm as- n IhllIII In the Sioux war R V Hulllvan recently eteetcxl nenator from Mlnrlrtilppl wan sworn In House Tho house was In refxlnn only i short time and transacted no IninlnciM A number of ttcnulon bllli and claim were Introduced among them Itclnir the following To pension Mnry li Ienn widow of Ixwls n hh lndei mliitcompany Onto volunteer rnvuhrnt thin rime at a month authorizing thin pay mint to Farley Ioncrty pot with Intercut nl Per cent since October IS that icing the nmount rnul by him In resist IIIR n drnft Into the army though ho IttnhionSinggtefantry and lee Klnnry ComimnK l IIl1h volunteer infantry nl tho role of tn njnontt each WnnhlnRtoti Jan Senate A lirnlml ilelxilo took llnll over time rhlllpplno question Mr IrltlRrew winhod ntnlp Utweyhindprinted In the Record Illn action were denounced by n number of iiiitnrx Mr IIlIwll m tar on to my they w rtreHKonnble At the ooneltmlon of the rcene thin financial bill lulun mi mid llncuiiHcd by Mr Ilcrry cod lrTeller lloune After this IruniMictlni of mis celluneouit 1urtnnss the lioiiro wen Invrommltteo of thin whnlo on the liidinnmiroprlntlon 1111The bill 0411 H3m yIhxeupled by Mr Allen pop Nelii In Hi dliieiiiiilon of the report of hwietary UMRV ioncernlnit his triinmetlDiiii with the Nn llnno Illy hank nf Now York Mr Itun lel item VuJ then delivered nn extend wl spendi oh till Iwmdlig nit measure lie vlRoroimly opposed the plots slllon that limo country to the tcold standard Daniel M lliimwlell tif ndtnna nllli lhllrrll O lIellllll of 1e Yiirk were sworn In ui verKenntmnrm and secretary of the senate ren rtlvely Houso Repretentallvo Joneph Hllilcy of IVnnnylvnnln who attained greet pum 1yhlaipiilleil hl demoernllc colleagues frtheir opixioltlon tn expniiFlon In n rixnen Hint mnde the lloor and galleries roar Mr Hlbley has recanted hlH views on fret sliver and now generally out nf line with bin colleague on the democratic stile The remainder of the debate was uninteresting It touched the question ot lynchlugHawaii Not much progress wnll made with the Indian appropriation bill which tinnier consideration WnKhlngton Feb 2 S111118ellrlil bills wpr paired ax follow To extend the of tmmetllate tratmi rtn lion of dutiable Rood to ChI port of Ar lorln Ore recognizing the gallantry of- F It revenue cutter poison of his olllcern and men also retiring opt U II HoRwlon of the revrnun outer service for elllclcnt and mcrltorloiiK service In commnnd of tho HuRh MeCulloch lit Manila authorizing vecmlnry of wilt to ui of tinappropriation for the support of the reRU tar and vu u0lerr army for the fiscal year ending Juno fur the conntructlon of n modern military hospital nt Fort Ijenvenworlli Knit authorizing iniyment of commutation or ration tn tho elty of ncr of the navy who server on detnoheJ duty between March I IsaS and November 1s0houseThe House devoted Its attention tn the Indian appropriation bill It got 1IlllroprlnlionwaI Inaugurated by Mr Fitzgerald of arw York Io hermit the secretary of the Interior to contract with nehoola for the education nf Indian children where the jrlatlonIxtntnikeftrucoiitnict eehoolsrIn precentidlallr STOPPED IN HIS SPEECH Soiuilor IrllluriMV Sul lIrlllehII to- 1laens the lhllllI1 Ouestinn mi n Iuliil ttf Onlrr- Wiihlilngton 1Vb 31m effort by Senator IVItlgrew of South Dakotu Io dlKitiHH the Iliillpplnc minesliOml In the Nciiute WIIH of no 11111111M he wat tact liy a point of order which took him from the lloor lit hind gotten only MI for to charge that till great journals of the country would not publish the huts concerning the Ihll Ipplue war Siibsfiiurnlly lie olTVrtil nnotbrr reKolutlon nn which he will peak next week Senator Allen nf Net rikn conrliu el his NJlIII1I III In tpiginomt lIt See retary iage bcenuse nf his trnnssic tines with time National City bniik of New Yorl lie hntl jirevlnusly Intro iliiccd n resnlutioii providing for an Investigation by the senate of the treasury department bill objeetlnii to its consideration sent It over until next week lliule hut lltlle rriiKrfKM Wasbriiglon lei 1rhe hnust ilivolrd UK attention tn the Indian up propilalton hill It got no further however thrall the apprnprlatlnim for Indian sehnols whet an effort was In augurated by Mr Kltgernld of New York to pelmil the secretory if tit Interior to cot met with sehools inn the education nf Indian ehlldren whirr the government larks fiuHlllex No iippinprlullon N ninth for eon trmiel Mhonls In this bill It Is elttlmrd that i In present liulinii tKlioul fuel lhics life IlmitIeuiUnr aa7rewil rA1u h Aitntn siniii A Rletiru irvcntor has perfected an else iric aptiiiincr which lie claims will enable the to tee Tlii nfit Irin touch hap eyesightAnother IOIIIjIIlution for itself at n certain dire fornncli nil CllIlIIipnlionone In Anxiety soupdown3Iter11 orful orgy rah but you see call1s K in doubt if you is gwine to iub me a tip cr not it make me ncrvou Uuat To Hit The lira rrmorlplloii for Chili coil Fever U n Imttlo of Gnovra TASTELESS CniIITostc Its Kltniilylronandnulnlnoln alastclcss form eurono pay lriccCOc Creature of llnlill Many a man now when lie starts to date hu letter make it 09 and then he use- y 0y wordi Iliiladelpliia Record Tn Carr n Colil In tine Ilny rake I nxntlvo Ilroino Oulnlnn Tablets All rutKlsts refund money if it falls to cure 25e It is Io know we ranrot gne happi flees without receiving itFlIiott a Maga tine poorItamtTUB 3IA1UUTS Clnclnmitl Feb ItVK RTOCKCnttle comn 3 75 f t IS Bileot butchers 85 ft S 00 HCMIS Jhiitci iwekem Itf 5 W Mixed pnekcrs N it llclll 65 ft t M HIIKKICliolee 415 fr IiiIAAIIHIictrn 6 O700 palent 370 ft 3 9- CJItAINWhfMtNo 2 red 73K f 2 ornNored 2 mixed tr It eNo2r K Pit rloIInl113501IT1JoItholre ClIICAO- OIlOUIt hit r iwtent 3 40mUltAIN WliratNo S roil t 70 No S riilo t firMImeNo2romiMcwi 9O1 eioK- iIAllDSteam 5 S3 O NKV YOItlC 3 lH itt40 ClJlnitkMtlAllttBUiim ttG20 1IITtIOnB ctritKmnllr 3 3 s- nlillMN WhOll itNo S reel r11ff RinillHTti tr MIXI live No western M er 6- 1e11Klu qiwlity Si o r B- OllOUS Wrrltrn tip O4W- INUIANAlOUS t gocornNu2 lort8VIM lloritVtiiU imtcnt 345 R3K- UIlAINWlieHtNu 2 red 71 7- 3rornAIIXP1 O M 1OItKIoae Otisllxad 3GlAtUSi nm THE NERVES OF WOMEN Lydia n rinlibkma Vegetable Compound Ilellrvr the Riirrrlng from Over irrouzht Nerve IIEA1t Mns I1Sn11AII am so grateful for the benefit derived from tho use of Lydia E 1inUliams Vege table Compound that I wish you to publish this testimonial that others may know tho vnluo of your medicine I was suffering such tortures from nervous prostration that life was a burden I could not sleep at all and was too weak to walk across tho floor without and Tho dlseMCbull Iconltltlon where my heart was affected by it so that often I could not Ito down nt all without almost suffocating I took Lydia a Ilnldniins Vege table Compound and It worked lilfo magic I feel that our medicine has been of inestimable benefit to meMess ADKIC WILLIAM SOX 100 N Boulevard Atlanta Ga Thin Sallow and Nervous DEAlt Miis Plsltiflt1 was thin sallow end nervous I Lull not hind my menses for over n year nUll a half Doctored with several physicians in town and one bpceiallst but did not get any better I finally decided to try your medicine and wroto to you After I anti taken three bottles of Lydia K llnkhaaiH Vegetable Com pound anti three of Wood Purifier my menses returned nnd I feel as well and sir ur ns I ever did and am gain- Ing fleshMiss LUXAOAINCS Vlsalio Tularo Co CaLSTlleenerllelCllunlu V AlZ Lreae6 1 Ell R IDIrrrn mini pr It roan OATH 1kUrooerenuaeraea IIIILTZ- t ehnrpvne 000111y they cal ttlIAwttinur- dU11f1rVtlltltnlCssIORH tfditl av weafuL r ear A TON ate erro nd hr caII s hr NI1uru rt15 un wont ane ankt et tar Nrrrolrel la t e 3 IlltllnlA 11itIttRs Orrin aruere r0 innperIIoln AnerW arrrflenf aaernnenR- lhx Tit MI 3ptalol rib ear s h bothm mh larte r ot ream 6d- 1j IUOreeddthevte e TraeraiuE seEps II 101 Ill 4 e I 1 ttcimlrrrmllg t r r bgt Ile re r 1rI t100 iift 1011 f tlAmlI 3and ii nellre mil Irrl4-h rr lswi xe ahr- inr 4uca Itoz 11JOHfiASAlZERSEED CO LA CROSSE WIS 40 V1Ai1F SUFFERINOI NEURALGIA IGentlemen 1wltholltIFremontthe house a thing she has not done for years You are at liberty to publish this testimonial with my name and also my mothers Ir ww MRS C II PURDY Waupaca Wis f th moot stwrIeeknowa yrca from opiate and pe ffeti liarmlee Ialmon lnttnunmu relief and a lee euro for ICheiimnlliM eel itttni VriiriiltTln Jlytpvpilii lheckeetteAlhma hay Fever Ca WrakaeaIlryo3turrh Ia UrllIp Croup Aire leslerrvaornea rroMVAMifl 30 DAYS rnabl naren IfuIIIROrs Ctdalwa- will pnnald mall 1THlDKPrevent baldnessAnd Cleanse the Scalp of Crusts Scales and Dandruff by Shampoos with 4jtcutir- r h IrTcT rDAPlig- htAnd dressings with CUTICURA purest of emollient skin cures This treatment at once stop falling hair removes crusts scales and dandruff soothes irritated itching surfaces stimulates the hair follicles supplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fai- lsMillions of Women Use CUTICURA SoAr exclusively preserving purifying and beautifying the skit for cleansing the fcalp of crusts scales and dandruff and tho stopping of falling hair softening whitening and healing red rough and sore hands In the form of baths for annoying Irritations inflammations and chafing or too free oroeaslve perspiration in tho form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanatlva antiseptic purposes whtoh readily suggest themselves women and especially mothers anti for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can Induce those who have once used it use any other especially for preserving and purifying the akin scalp and hair of Infants and children Con CCKA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from Ctmcmu the great skin euro with the purest of cleansing Ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors No other medicated soap over compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying anti beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the purposes of time toilet bath and nursery Thus It combines in OMB 8or ONR IHICE TWBNTVFIVE CENTS the BEST akin and complexion soap limo near toilet acd SCST baby soap in the world jjttlCU HUMTUscales nod soften the tblcki eutlcleCoricvlu OINT to inetutly allay Itching IDCmmUuD sod Irrttatlon and IOOlh04 eiho Set 125 ilea and ItaroLyLT Oclo cool and elemse tha blood A U often lulucltnt to cure the most torturing duEiurlng and humllliMIng skin rcalp nnd blood humor wllh toss of hair when all tall 1orriB URIO CUEU Cunr dob Inft Baton Row to Bavo the Hair llandi and skin tree A Chance to Please the Children Four Funny Story Books forSWith Its usual enterprise the B O SW R R make this popular offer to lie patron FOUR COMPLETE BOOKS EACH nook ILLUSTRATED IN COLORS 1 Uncle Oils Monkey StorIesItI Uncle hits nieplinnt tI Uncle Ells Tiger Stories 1 Uncle Girt near Stories Bent to any ndrtran Post rand en receipt ct 10 cent In savor or Entirely New tampsI Up to Date UniquerI Fascinating The D k 8W U R having mad ipetal nrrn cements with tho luhUhn enabled tn make this nmar iM oiTtr to its patron Tby are jut tao book for everybody Oottn up tr plenQ old ao l yordd elk Address UI to 0 p McCARTYII Ueccril InMoneor Acout II to 8W It Ctnciuuatt Ohio IIj IA la to at lent rend a C1e tamplbotllp br lor lOe a r for for to to domestic at viz H8T else Asa are MilliONS OF ACRES of choice land now settlement in the tr3Wheat which lclIraiIhlgbest price sand tenedfor kets ot of brbolopfedgrdnandwtth out ndaya shelter Send for lnformatlon eiiron ttto home In Western Canada Writ the u rinndcn of Immigration Ottawa or adOn thetndenlguedwbowlll mall you atlatet um- phietaetc of rout r e1LKTnvt of Im ittnw Canada or to St MrlMNRfl No Merrill llloek IWtrolt Mlcb I ICAVKN tprlojlllolcJ Ohio nUADKHS 0V TillS PAfEll I1B3I IllSU TO 11UT ANVTIIIXa ADVKIITISBI IN ITS COLUMNS BHOLLI INSIST UPON IIAV1NO WHAT TUUY ASK 1Otl UEFU8INO All SUbSTITUTES OK IMITATIONS WHlt LL5t tAILS Scat Couch Syrup Tasty OoIn limn Fold t r drnireltta l 7Qn AlIEIVIIKX AVUITIXO TO ADVBKTIIBB tart Uc A4f rU rpleas la tale yrpeyou t A Family Tree It Mcms worth while to trice the family lino through fcvcml generation back sometime that we may know alllhe InlcrcMj that Rather round the family history Kipcdally would It be pleasant to trace In the families of Kentucky tho various relationships that bInd them to each other and to their ancestors In Virginia or In Scotland Kngland ami Irclaitd Students and other aro Invited to help In the Rood work ofNeUngoutourkin by filling as fur m knowledge permlU blanks to bo furnished by teacher liclow liammplc of the blank partially nile i to hlI how tho family tree appears end what It tell Many In Kentucky with tho alt of tho old folks can give a full record Tho plato and date of birth are especially tuclul In tracing relationship and ancestry F of s Fof l 16 Daniel Fairehilti 8j Fof 2 b ConnM 015- r r 17 A Grandison Fairchild iISheffield Mss 1192of1oIaV 18 9 Mary Battles G171I IoflGeorge Thompson 19 2 Fairchild b Brown Vvt Pdf 1Dai c helm O IS3SFor b 20 111 Win If Harris UMB p Mof2 JVtwEngl 1772 M of to S 21 4Aran0 Harris b Richmond A fats F of a1795 r Mof5 22 Th ron Plumb t j1 Alary Plumb- stockbrrdge Mass M 9f tl David Grandison 23 FairchildM1 b Lansing t l j F U Mich 1865 rofg 24 I1jfoiliitban11asledw or1 J Fof 3tiytz David 6 b Duchess CoI sFofIIJ r N JI809r r 1o16 oI i 26 rI t lehsabtlh Parntll M of r Cltarlottase 27 t 3Halsted b Venice F oflI N VFof Tr28 John Mechew p 1837 LJGeorge Mtchew 14 niM of 3 b Chester Co fa 29 John Stanley J Mary Aftehno a 7 isPa184M f7 30 Isaac Jacabr Pa 17 ir- I5 Elizabeth Jacobs b Pa 1777M of Is l 31 Itrmmah7rimblt b cord Pa 1743 The Counties Jackson County Collliigswortli Dr Aravx of Welchburg has locat ed at McKee A P Gabbard has his steam mill read for griudiug W H Clark of McKee went to Frankfort last week J C Powell sold to Hiram Bicknell of Red Lick one cotton mule for 65 Dan Callahan of Clover Bottom died last Thursday of measles and fever Hiram Bicknell has been through here buying hogs He pays 3cents poundMessrs Bales and Evans passed through here with a nice drove of cat tie A new post office has been estab lished on Birch Lick called Waneta J M Gilbert PM Several of our citizens who wero summoned to Frankfort ns witnesses in the contest are returning While A P Gabbard was gone to church last Sunday his saddle horse kicked a nice young mare and killed herPerry McCollum of Indian Crook toGarrardElishn Johnson who is very poorly James Cole a son of Frank Cole of Indian Creek who has been out West returned home recently and tooksick and died the third day after his return Green Hall Preaching nt Hickory Flat Sunday Feb I by Rev Jus Creech Robert Evans of whoso sickness 1 gave an account in my last writing is Slowly improving Misses Belle Flannery and Mary llinter spent Saturday night with Miss Alien Creech and report n pleasant time Mrs W E Minter is visiting her miter Mrs Ibbv Ambrose of South Forkalso her laughter Mrs W L Flannery on Buck Creek James Wilson has just returned from London where he went to sees his children who aro attending school there Ho reports that all are well The Mormons are again in our midst trying to buildup Zion I think that tho people would do their duty they would send them back to where they cane from Wo do not need them here SEND NO MONEY MJ1MlisdttuUanuimt hllid Tw UADr ROP IUROICI v IIt1t0Uy n w tJ15UCIIn our oUhdpot If l puw IlUenwl111 4 and URUTI9T BiKUIII fMrhtou lie par Special Offer Price 1550pr oor erareat llachn nuns andthefrtlrpt wl aeegT5eentaroreaebtQOmlle Il TIsALIn yourowabemeandewlllrurnl uFJISdauy 2 001 iitl 0 i r hllLrYlat 113- 010euII 00 HtOOttimf all fuliTdr nlttint tW butI1W for OBUI Il5k tADULT lit aorta 50the ertatel ldu t rsrdr 0rv h BEWARE OF IMITATIONS yu it ihever XiiukKll IIIRultltBURDICKbasTliG top Tv rGHe buy 4 5 mLLblbtI antItiUnilil le treadle rmHtRinjtti Iron ataod Vt tars slab imd pinmitt pltle four tnotlon od Mf threadlnrtbtlnr shuttle aulomall winder djutlLI bearing tent tension llberatorlmproved too ts wheldiastable prhurl foot tm ordshunt errlr raton nlerr MuUfsltaMSI IIItiIs o 7 n tnrj IT COSTS YOU NOTHING 14Itwttbrh-ea yortorkpr alla at IuOO eao and thin It tonintld that you ix using fUOO to p7 your frelrhl snot 1111110 Brrrci lOCh fllto If tanTllm thnrnuA1mre11ableF4lt joutnoot utufltd CkPU TIP DON T DELAY r Rn hufiieoir Address SEARSROEBUCK it CO Inc Chicago III i A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE ft721w 4rZIbWT A v tots1 11 M aGI U1 0 flnllIJ to u a of at t I- uc 1 i f A New for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tunes BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO Locust Brunch Enos Combs has measles Born Mrs George Gentry boy typhoidElhyllickllell Leonard Chrismnn and Miss Eliza Gentry were recently married James Bicknells wife and famil quiteillMiss Nannie Bicknell has returned from visit three weeks with her cousin and uncle Kingston Ky nrrI w 1idW vrlmIl yPILE CURE Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT URES JAMES FBALLARDScIeProiiiIetor hislhomomouths visit with Kentucky friends Miss Maud S Bicknell has just re turned from her uncle John Hub birds where sho has boon staying for two YCUT- STlmrsduy night Jan 21 some ono shot twice at Itibern Thomas us ho was standing hv the window upstairs in his home but missed both times Washington County Springfield James Key who has been very ill with rheumatism is improving SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS I THE HOME THE SCHOOL TIIE FARM Kdltcd by MRS lau K IITNAM teacher In tierce l Itcibotlti ollrlIWhen tho heclH are s much worn as to require n great deal of darning it is much wore satisfactory to rofool tho stocking than t continue mending Tho method hero given is ono which bins proved very useful ns tho soams do not hurt tho touderest foot and tho fit is excellent It also takes less time to repair it in this manner than to darn or Pate it ai Cut from pasteboard or stiffPaper tho patterns marked Fig and l igIFont the worn stocking through patternFigall thin placet Tho dotted line in Fig 3 shows tho manner of cutting the stocking down 80leslfromis best as it is so much more elastic Sew the seam from a to b nud sow the p stockingTho old underwear may be used for these soles awl wheel any uudervetit or pacts are abandoned is well lIulIIthusmending basket Having them ready cut it takes but a short time when a pair of of stockings requires fixing to replace tho worn part and have thorn neat und whole If there are several pairs to do it is quite allowable to baste in lime new holes std stitch tho lot on the machine Although these partworn soles give fair service those cut front now are of course better nnd if tho webbing which was formerly scd by thrifty housewives to mako into stockings being simply tho leg of a stocking and bought by the yard can bo obtained it would be excell purposeAnother knit tho soles Sometimes there is a member of tho family who likes u bit of plain pick up work or perhnps there is an auntie or grandma who has leisure but not eyesight for fancywork IiuuforKNITTED SOLOS This Ixgins ut tho heel Cast on twelve stitches and add ono at each end of time needle on the right side of the work plain across nut scuttling back until there are fifty one ntitches Then knit without increasing lea times back und forth before narrowing oft tho heel which is dune twcntycightIknitting about an inch narrow grade ally down to fifty stitches which is a good width for the sole Knit the 01TliltG Goatley who has been ill with typhoid fever has recovered is hore from Jeffer IIndlfrispent Saturday with Mrs Austin Htv Shelby a missionary was the guest of MIB G W llundloy last week The residence of Ephruim Mickenn caught on fire last Saturday but was nut seriously damaged Stolla the fifteenyearold daughter painfutenpotiTime pupils of tho school under the charge of Miss K E Simms had a debate lost Friday afternoon Sub jVct Resolved that it iright for a schoolIwas sand tho judges decided in favor of the IllIifmatlneI Ilnming Springs Uobcrt Clark was here on business recently Laudon Holcomb visited his broth er ut this placo SUlltlUIMiss Sarah friends on Sexton Creek Miss Crotia Morgan latelIto school sifter a few Prof M A Holcomb left hero on n business trip last week and expects to visit Bcriii before his return Miss Mollie Clark who left school sonic time ago on occount of sickness returned and was in school one week when she began having fits anti died r Time liaRiiuuiHilj AILII fatally lu moved to their old homo on Soxton TABLEKS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is no panacea but is recommended for Piles only These botolUes Edited by Mot KutA II mean of the Normal Department Ikrra College George Eliot know what nobl Timoeeotrust us us spun ono else wisely says There is greatosympathy As teachers wo may well ask ourselves thollrndicnl meaning of these words and hunmi hearts are not to hI won by similiu uterus Wo shall never got friendship by demanding it Wo can novel feign sympathy any more than wu can manufacture sunshine nnd any attempt nt pretense pails us forever outside the reach of any heart that deceptionThe make of love as of gold is that it Ie genuine Many a boy in school thn proverbial pbud boy of t neighlwrhood tins discovered in himself lino strong seedf of good that ho did not know existed till the light of n teachers confidence shown into his soul and in tho gentle warmth of sympathy the glrmllof good begun a healthy growth Ho wits being educated in some things of fur mow value than simple arithmetic and And should liko to warn teachers KOlCrighlcolIlII place of quiet sympathetic Put yourself in his place There is a good teal of selfish inns querading under time guise of friend snip Whou wo rely on our friends to get us into positions for which wo lira have no ness we valu them because they ilia have wealth or inlliiiMice or for any material gain that may come to we have yet to learn the secret of fine friendship if indeed our selfishness tins not forever closed our 6 and hardened our hearts to its responsibility cotItvnutother byway of mntorial blessings omlcomfort but it is from n fur deep er root that such service springs What do we live for if not to innko life less dillicult lo each other Emerson says Tis gotxl to give n stranger a moat or a uighta loilging Tin Iwtter to bt hoopitable to his goodmeaning and thought amid give courage to n companion One of till verybest thingii that can cotne to any IH inHpinttion of u strung true friend We try to live up to hie expectation of us Let tho ideals of uu in tho hearts that love tin ho pronhetic of what wo shall become Anti Airs Stowo says Onc friendwinoGod sends to sons us a loves in us trot n false imagining an unreal character but looking through IlIIllOrflCtlonllIon taro loves not tho man that wo arc hull the angel wo unity bcvome And while we are trying to learn many things while wo power within wo material gains we unity letter long to IM such that we shall make and keep friends Thomas Ilughw Blessed is tho man who has the gift of making friends for it is out of Gods best gifts It involves nanny things hull above all lima i owcr of going out of ones self tumid seeing and appreciating whatever is noble and tiring in another man What n thing friend still is World without elldlman mar travel through tho world and sow It thick with friendships Rockcastle County Dlsptitnittn John Swinford of ntar London is visiting relatives in thin vicinity Messrs T D and E X Miller have just returned from Somerset where they went on a business trip S T Moore has returned from liichmond where he hUH been visiting relatives for several days The little child of H a Martin which wan mentioned in my lust let ter as being very sick with troll lilt died on 1121 and was buried in the family buryinggronnd- Kohcrt Anglin was found dead on Ida wagon Tuesday lad ao flit wllgonjthe roadWolfe County I81IrndllllTime lictlitl school represented by students from four Hon A II Stamper left Jan 30 for Louisville where ho is engaged in tho U S Court llT Gosney a former student of Boron is building a tram road for the Parch Corn Lumber Co The school that is being taught at this place has 45 pupils under the management of of Mrs L G Miller of Shnudon Ohio thisfone year Ikono lyre The liethel Literary Society was organized Jan 19 ns follows Pres Geo M Brown Vicoprcs W T Gunter See Geo ii Fulks Sers aturms B r Gosnoy Children who aro troubled with Worms in tho face fretful by shells restless in sleep hoe blue rings around their yes bud dreams variable appetite pick time nose WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill cord expell the e parasites Price 25 cents S E Wclc Tallied by S O ITofuwir ol Merit culture llvica allege Forest Pasture Another item of considerable Im portance in the forestry budget of many sections of tho country is tho fact that forest lards ore considered every ones lands as far us their use is concerned Tho damage which tho berrypicker thin ginseng with tho mossgatherer tho hunter tho fisher man and other intruders into pri vale property inflict upon tho forest is insignificant Significant however in tho harm which horses cattle sheep and hogs driven into tho forest nod authorized by law to roam about un restrainedly curry with thorn AR long ns pasturing animals urn permitted to feed upon coeds amid seedlings it is impossible to grow fotests nnd ns long as the counties or time states allow such pasltirngi n second growth of timber cannot be obtained It is tie moro fensblo for time farmer to raise vigetabhH and cattle on the mime laud than it is for tho case of seedlings mil cattle In olden times when forests were property of the states there was some excuse for time practice of pas turing the forests the much more DO as in many sections no other tine could be made of time forests From the moment on however at which tutu forest became private property the owner should entitled to de maid that other people bo forbidden by state to use such property for their benefit and to the detriment of the owner who has paid for thin land nUll is pnjii lletriK No ono will embark in forestry tin lerlakingH us long as the production of tho forest Is endangered by tires on long us the forests Bro heavily and unjustly taxed and us long us nil stockowners are allowed to use limit forest alongside with tho rightful proprietorIn fcrmtry cannot como quickly it can count only with time increase of stumpnge vnluo with wine taxation and thorough protection of forestry investments Time draw backs of forestry ns an industry for private enterprise are manifold Uu less taw commonwealth offers consid erable inducements changing the tax laws and protecting tho forest private capital will not How into for entry and unless Ihwm inducements are offered soon 85 leer cent of nil American foro tsviz nil private forests will have dmapM anxl when the desired rise of rilumpugo value arrives The forettnl history of tho countries surrounding ho Mod terrinonn will have repented itself Are von restless at night IUI- IIhrlllIitil n badeouglii Use COlSSENS HONEY OF TAIL it will secure you sound sleep tendof fect it prompt tumid radical cute Price Jo untl ro cents S Ii rich Jr Owsley County Gnbbaril Ab Fields was sentenced to one year for hog slaughter We hue been having some nice svo thor for the past two weeks Corn ill scarcer lids winter than for yunTIIllllllHolling from WJ to 7f cents There was a big shoo ing mulch lit limo mouth of Cow Creek Saturday It seems as if the Democrats sure trying to cheat the Kcmjhliciinu out of till offices to which they have been elected MCWH John W Wilder and Eli lut Frost who moved to Clover Uottom reoontly strut in our midst visiting friends dud relatives Jnmiw an attorney of Manchester passel here Fri lay evening on his way homo from nttondIlugQabbards lawyers Allen Davidson of Eversole who moved his family to Boreu nl out two weeks ngo lies returned Davidson Gus it susvuiill on the Little Buffalo whom ho will saw lumber this winter spud spring Circuit court closed nt Booncvillp Friclayitfterbeing in Kession for two weeks Judge W L Drown on tho bench Very little business was lone Walker nhhurtl teas nonlen cad to 10 years imprisonment for kill ing Joo Brock on Utiffalo creek about two years ngo Tho trouhlo arose rr over the sale of a pistol which Brock owed Gabbard Dont irritate your lungs with n ttuhborii cough when a pleasant mil effective remedy unity be found inCOUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 antl HO cents S E Welch Jr The average iiinu gives his wife blopnyshis 1 re accidents occur ill the hoUSlllOldwhlrh cause burns cuts l sprains amt bruises For use in such ensiw BALLAIIDS SNOW LINI MENT has for many years been the raiuelyPrice i