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N1NNrN1rNNNNNNNNNNINNNNN N 1 SUBSCRIBE i TODAY- NNININLNLNLLLLNN1 r noc a Year VOL L THE CITIZEN PublUhcxl at the offlco ol TIII GITmiH Boron ICy Entrrrit all Iotlajlft at ATM Ay at irtond dui mnllmatltr IDEASIInictico BOinctiinua tnnkoH a por feel nuitmncu- An vo ndvnnca in life wo learn tho limits of our nbiliticn Froduo Mon uro deceivedabout nothing RO much about their motivon Sign bonnls nru good during the journey It Is thu art of life not to carry thorn about alter tho journey Truth i moral dynamite can lx put down safely enough but can be thrown down only with an explosion Foreign News Quran Viclorin iN contemplating visit to Iroliiml- Thu iritinh losses in tho war up to the present time lire nearly 10500 German nuwnpapun arc quito op posixl to allowing any Boors to outer German Southwest Africa in cast England should annex the Transvaal Dispatches nay there is n most tin friendly fooling between tho flours of tho Trnnsvnul and thoso of tin Orange Freo State Tho Intent nowi in the Boors are xtrongly entrench near Mafeking und are shelling tin town Financial reports froth various sources throughout this world go to how that the money capitnl of theca tiro universe make tho neat mini total of something over twelve billion dol tars Of this sum tho United Status powsouBcs about ono fourth National News About JOOO machiuiotH are on n strike in Cleveland Admiral and Mrs Dowoy aro taking n trip through tho South The Standard Oil Company has declared 20000000 in dividends The new Philippine Committaior will nail April IB from San Francisco Olga Xcthereole the actress has boon indicted for playing Sopho In Sew York Secretary Hoot has authorized Oov Oen Davis at San Jiinn to give em ploymcnt upon public works to stir phil labor on the island Conditions in Porto Rico UfO tinily becoming moro serious Food has advanced in price 100 per cent and than are starving This year promises to bo ono of great prosperity for tho outh1ow factories cotton paper and saw mills nnd creameries are ntnrtiug up in great numbers Cassava plantations aro attracting much attention in Florida Every week brings scores ol immigrants to tho South land to find homes Kentucky News- It is rumored that Congress may bo asked to investigate Kentuckys political situation Over threw hundred families have como iuto tlil state this Spring std nettled between Diinvillo and Hiuhmond Wharton Goldons tmtimony in ro ganl to the assassination of Mr Goo lid is being taken this week A delegation of Kentucky republi cans called on President McKinley but wero iinublu to obtain any prom ises of assistance Asa Martin tho Winchester weath er prophet predicts that this section of Kentucky will bo visited with nino more snows before the winter is over President Holcomb of Burning Springs College Clay county lectur ed in Louisville recently on Tho Mountain People of Kentucky ills object was to correct somo false impressions and to show Unit tho peo plo of tho mountains needed educa tint moro than anything also Samuel Philpot n mombor of tho fatuous Philpot family of Clay coun ty was brought to this oily Wednes day by Sheriff Beverly Whito and placed in jail for safe looping It is charged that Philpot killed n titan by tho name of Ed Rogers near Man chester several years ago It was thought best to bring him hero until his trial Pantograph II THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests or the Home School and Farm 13EHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAHCII 28 1JXX Locals and Personals Goo Powo is tho author of tho Report Book this term Miss Minnie Davis was ill last week but is holler now Miss Nora Asbell of Kingston has been tho guest of Mrs Dr Cornelius the past week Mossrs J Burdetto and J W Herndon wero business visitors in Richmond lust Friday J T IIonl of Livingston father of John D Rent who is in school hen vista Burea last week Wo are glad to note that Dr Lusk is tibia to bo about on our streets again titter n long illness Orders for tho Louisville Daily timid Weekly Commercial sent direct to your address will ho taken at this of lice Wo learn that Lewis McClauahan formerly of Huston vi lie Ky and a former studont nt Boren Is now clerk lug in Cincinnati Edwin Embroo loft Friday noon to represent our Y M C A atlho State convention at Georgetown whichcon limes until next Tuesday Mrs A F Fish him fixed up and hnd tho front of her millinery shop painted preparatory to displaying her now stock of millinery goods Tho Register of last Friday con talus with proper credit to tho Cm 7BX the resolutions adopted by tho Mountain Students recently Have you a cough A doso of COLSSENS HONEY OF rAn will relieve it Price 25 cents and Ml cent S E Welch Jr John Mullins who was arrested hero lost wook and taken to Ml Ver non for trial confroBod his guilt and was bound over to circuit court uu der a bond of 50 Coo F Bongo former student who was for threo years in the army and now working in Washington D C is visiting friends mind relatives in Bo run You can bo chocrful and happy only when you aro well If you feel out of sorts take HERBINE it will broco you up lrico 60 cents S E Welch Jr- Thero wore several news items came in last Tuesday too late to get into typo Wo appreciate such inter est but ask that all news be handed us Monday evening if possible Tho results of an overindulgence in food or drink are promptly rectifi ed without pain or discomfort byI taking a few doses of HEUBINE Prico DO cents S E Welch Jr An unpardonable error went through our issue last week when WI intended to say that Prof Mason would visit the Bavarian and Hun garian Alps on his trip this Summer- If your child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove the worms nnd its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 2Ti cents S E Welch Jr Tho Ulilo Dulco Literary Society ulcttvd tho following ollicers last Friday night President Miss Grace Stokes Vicepresident Miss Eledlco Paddock Secretary Miss Hose Mil ItTj Treasurer Miss Tolivorj Marshal Miss Elizabeth Marsh Mr nnd Mrs Adams aro mooting with good success in their physical culture class and aro giving three lessons daily Tho work that they are giving is something everyone should take nnd know something shout nnd put iu UKO continually Those who intro taken the course feel wolllllltislimiwith tho work and tho class will probably continuo their exercises the rest of tho term Win Robe proprietor of tho Old Indian Forte on East Pinuacloand his hospitable wife are kept busy these bright warm days entertaining tho iniiny visitors who flock to tho Pinna Iles on excursion trips Tho scenery md elimato of tho place are quito in viting and refreshing Thorn aro nany historical facts connected with the Old Forte which Mr Hobo is able to prove by discoveries ho has made his last discovery has boon to tho of feet that tho Indians taunt have used Ballards Obelisk Flour for in ono of the cliffs ho rocntly found n rusty battered tin cup bearing Ballards Obelisk Flour 0 z7z7 z7z7z7 z7ozzozozvzozZ Zz7Zg tlto A PROCLAMATION OFoECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Mens and Boys Fine CLOTHNG I- WRarepreperwllo cloth you with the rowel prteed rtghty made abwlutely III America Illghtlymade a It Ii of famous t Uah Ilraa- liiu the only readyto wear Clothing Tailored on a strictly Mrlentlflc Louis In cleat well ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting unit wrarrrsUtIng Lerttuse the Innlde the nyA Plata the very life of the garment Ii carefulness In making represents the ox Iffl icmlllure of time and thought and Is a decided rontrmt tii the tailoring seen In ordinary rca lylowear Clothing The Fabric that we how are the very dcolgns that will wen thus tearou Many confined cxclutlvcly tons In the Puce I the above tact The most extraordinary feature combining our great offer b that 01Ican and do tell our Clothing at LESS MONEY e Than elsewhere How ran we afford to sell such highgrade Clothing lot less money W than elwwberc Our answer U pure and nlmple Ounlsa modern store constructed A tdctlr on lfOiftlhe plan our Clothing It tOld on the smallest margin of proflt depending on a Urge volume or business The more Clothing we Mil the greater If our purchasing power the lowerour prices thats the story In a nutthell A COVINGTON MITCHELL W KENTUCKY A- f PII4w 1Jvtft Mrs Coddinglou is having a new wire mice put around her residence Miss M Alice Titus entertained number of her young friends at her home last Friday evening Mr und Mrs Sam Mason or Whiles Station were tho guests of Dr and Mrs Lusk last week Harold Johnston gave a spread ton number of huts gentleman friends last Monday evening A Mr Halo will givo an elm uion ary entertainment nt time Chapel Sat urday evening Admission 25 cents yusterltenlnytaking logs from Booneville to High Bridge f Sergt F Whartou Golden proba lily tho most talkedof mfcaiti Ken tucky was in Richmond a few hours Monday of last week Lady John Scott Spottiswood who composed tho music of Annio Lau rio and many other familiar melo dies died last week in London in her ninetysecond year- Arrangements aro being made whereby tho citizens of Richmond may listen to tho services being con ducted at tho Christian church A transmitter is to bo placed upon the pulpit and all who have telephones in their homes can listen to the song service and preaching Rural Wealth and Welfare is n workon politicalond socialeconomy which is prepared particularly for tho farmer by George T Fairchild icopresident of Boron College Prof Fairchild discussed time fundamental principles of wealth production Clip ital labor transportation socialcon ditions and tho liko but drays his facts largely from rural subjects und makes them apply with especial force to country conditions and problems Dr Fairchild has been a lifelong teacher of those subjects and the monk which is ono 01liTho Rural Science series by Prof L II Bailey of Cornell university will speak with authority It will bo published by tho Mncmillau Company Chicago Journal Wo owo nu apology to Prof Dodge and to our readers for not ox pressing our appreciation of tho Fa vour Lecture a week ago last Mon day night Our noto of tho same was accidently misplaced and did not got into typo lust week The lecture was good from beginning to end and was interest to till but probably tho Physics classes got the most benefit as many timings clouded in their minds worn enlightened by tho clear explanations and experiments Tho Professor expressed a desire to return to Berca at somo future date anti all hope ho will bo able to do BO Tho students should fool grateful to Professor Dodgo for such lectures us wo have boon able to listen to this past season ns ho has shown his loy alty to thom by doing much work and worry to secure the best lectures III the least possible admission lee without any remuneration whatever for hits labor and sometime having to moot tho deficiency out of his own pocket PERFECT TEETH physicalIablos unto put your teeth in tho best condition We treat tho nerves and muscles and advise you how to care for your health with a view to giving you perfect teeth We do careful gontlo work Lasting in its results nnd moderato in the costTeeth extracted25 cents Finest alloy tills75 cents Fine gold tiIlSI50- A good set of teeth 5 All other work at reasonable prices Write for or call on DR HOBSON for any other information Office Ground floor next door to government building in Hobson building Richmond Ky Madison County James Young has been appointed postmaster at Dreyfus to succeed J S Ogg who resigned Mr C C Cain and Miss Lula Tur pin of Waco wero married near Col lego Hill and Mr Frank Dickorson and Miss Fannie Cain wore married near Waco last week Register Tho April term of tho Madison Circuit Court will begin on Monday April 2 The docket whichconsists of criminal civil and equity cases is probably the lightest over known in this Court Abner Shearer aged 70 died at his home near Brookstown a week ago lust Sunday of Brights Dis ease Mr Shearer was one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of the county and will be greatly missed in his community Deceased leaves a wifo timid seven children to cherish his memory Tho sympathy of tho entire county is ex tended to them in this hour of trou ble Tho remains wero laid to rest in tho family burying ground tho followingluesdny No business place no matter how gaudy its decorations can suvivo without patronage Timers can bo no supporting income where thero are few sales aunt there eau bo little sel ling where advertising is not invoked to bring custom By advertising lib orally tho shrewd merchant secures patronage soils freelyand not only sustains his business but is enabled to enlarge ItPhila Record Somo men chew their plug tobacco Some men chew the tag Some men never work their jaw Except to chew the rag Some men put their ads In papers Some mum put them on tho fence Some men never advertise at all Hut they ought to have more sense JjAN50 a Year NO Perfect for Us 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meanwhile drawing the month of n pack over tho hole A cheerful shout down the hose brings the ruts bit out nt his best pace plump into the sack One of the latest German inventions Is beer lozenges These are mode of the powder obtained by evaporating lager beer and contains oil the inure dients of this popular beverage The only needful thing to turn them Into n sparkling ale IB to dissolve them In some water to which some carbonic acid gas has been added A porcelain factory in Graefenthnl Germany tins received an order from England for 5000 dozen figures representing a wounded British soldier with bandaged head standing up erect gun in band ready to face the approaching enemy despite his wounds A second order is for n num ber of British sailote standing by their guns pointed at the enemy The care that the watches of rail way men receive is shown in the reg illations recently adopted by n western railway for its employes Seven tern jeweled watches are requtrcl They must be Inspected every thteo months and must be submitted to the Inspector once n week for registra tion No employe Is permitted to set his watch or to change its movements unless it should chance to run down So rigorous Is the news censorship In South Africa that one might easily believe Lord Roberts has adopted the jilan chosen by Oen Moltke during the Franeo Prussian war The genera one morning sent for n well known Knglish correspondent and Tiuild Mr Blank on such nod such n day the German army will make iFiich and mach a movement If this nppcars in the paper you represent you will nt once be shot The correspondent took the hint M Picarrt cotnmiKsioner general of the 1900 exhibition has been informed by the president of the jewelry sec ion that an enormous diamond from Kimberley will be exhibited in the jewelry pnvilion The stone was found shortly before the war It has been Insured for 2000000 and will be exhibited in n slow ease guarded by four policemen The new diamond J n said to be liner than the Regent the Shah the Grand Mogul and the famous Kohinoor Over 100 mills of bench has been prospected nt Cape Nome Alaska and yet no man may cay where the golden smuts begin or end The formation of this beach country is precisely the panic as that of the bogs in Ireland mid Scotland It is called the Tun lIra All along the surface is the marsh filled with matted moss which the Scotch and Irish call pent and which may be dried and used for fuel an Important matter where timber Is so dilllcult of access Among the wounded soldiers who arrived nt Southampton the other day from South Africa was Private OLeary whose case was remarkable He was shot in the head during the battle of Colenso The bullet lodged in his brain rendering him speechless sightless and paralyzed Ills life was despaired of but Sir William MncCormac president of the Royal College of Surgeons who was acting as volunteer surgeon with the British army in South Africa removed n portion of the wounded mans brain ex tracted the bullet and OJcory has since practically recovered American capital is very much in evidence in Mexico and has been for some years but not until n few weeks ago has any American ever had any voice in the government of the City of Mexico where n large part of American capital is centered The last elected to the city council li George Itrun son of Thomas Bran lIT reputed to be the wealthiest American in the republic of Mexico The Yankee councilman is but 23 years of age and is a large dealer in machinery lie was placed by the president of the council at the head of the committee of coaches Judging from the reports of the egistrar general of New Zealand that fine martial race the Moons is going the way of all aborigines whose country has been colonized by the whites They may not become nb solutely extinct for n few more tie cudcti but their doom is scaled Among the causes ofllcially assigned for the thinning of their numbers are the high infantile mortality resulting from improper food exposure and the watt of ordinary curl con stitutions debilitated by past dc bnuchcry and the belief In native doctors and the neglect of the sick n The Venture corporation of Lon don huts just mtde final payment to W S Stratton for his Independence mine Cripple Creels by a check for 0500000 A year ago while In Lon dui Stratton sold his mine for 10 000000 of wblfll 3500000 was paid down Time mine was staked by Strat ton on July 4 1891 The price o the companys stork places the mine of the mine at 15000000 Stratton regards the sale of the mine as n mill take believing he might have realized more than twice that cum from the output RISE Of THE AWKWARD BOY He longed to be great and he longed to riseAnd they laughed at him He studied books till he trained his eyes And they laughed at html JIll tongue was thick but his will wa strong Hit ears were big nnd hie legs were long In a hundred ways his plans went wrong And they laughed at him Ho held his t ourse day after day And they laughed nt him Ho packed his satchel and went away And they laughed nt him They heard of the blunders he made In town In his awkward efforts to win renown To them he was merely a foolish clown And they laughed at him The papers began to mention his name They were proud of him lIe was getting up he was winning fame Theywere proud of him Go down among them there today And youll hear Ills wise old neighbors say They always knowed hed make his way And theyre proud of him SoEo Kljer In Chicago TImesIIereld I I A stirring Story or My Life yin Ile fluli pml Copyright ty F Tennyson i eelyl CHAITEH V There had been a morning of jubilee in the camp of the Fifth Separate bri gade and a row in the tents of the reg ulars Up to within n fortnight such a state of affairs would have been considered abnormal for the papers would have it that the former were on the verge of dissolution through plague pestilence and famine due to the neg lect of officials vaguely referred to as the military authorities orUthe staff while up to the coming of Can ker to command sweet accord hat reigned in the regular brigade and the volunteers looked on with envy Hut now a great martial magnate had praised the stalwart citizen soldiery whom he bad passed in review early in the day and set them to shouting by the announcement that as reward for their hard work and assiduous drill they should have their hearts desire nnd be shipped across thq seas to far Manila It had all been settled beforehand at headquarters The chief had known for four days that that partic ular command would be selected for the next expedition but it tickled the boys to have it put that way and the home papers would make so much of it So there was singing and triumph and rejoicing all along the eastern verge of a rocky roughly paved cross street and rank blasphemy across the way To the scandal and sorrow of the teenth infantry tome of the recent robberies had been traced to their very Doors A commissary sergeant had weakened n cartman hart squealed Old one of the most popular and at tractive young soldiers in the whole command was now n prisoner in the jtuardhouse charged with criminal knowledge of the whole affair and of being a large recipient of the Illgotten money Morton of the adjutants of flee a private in company K What made it worse was the allegation that several others non comniie slowed officers and special duty men were mixed up in the matter and Can ker had rasped the whole commissioned force present for duty in lila lecture upon the subject and had almost inti mated that officers were conniving at the concealment of the guilt of their sergeants rather than have it leak out tat the felony was committed in a vtimpany of their commanding He and Gordon bad had what was described as a redhot row all be cause Gordon flatly declared that while something was queer about the case of the young clerk hed bet his bottom dollar he wasnt a thief Canker said such language was a reflection on himself as he had personally investigated the case was convinced Mortons guilt iould be established and had so report ed to the brigade commander in recom mending trial by general courtmartial Ic2ed he had made out a case against the lad even before Lc was arrested and returned to camp Gordon asked if he hud seen the boy and health Lila story Canker reddened and said he hadnt and he didnt mean to and didnt have to Gordon said he hadhe had talked with the lad fully and freely on hula being brought to camp toward nine ticlock and was greatly impressed with lili story as would anyone else be who heard It Canker reddened still more and said he wouldnt allow of ulcers to interview prisoners without his authority Ill prefer charges against the next that doea it saId he And not three hours later Mr Billy Gray sprawling on his camp cot strjv Ing to forget the sorrow of the earlier morning nnd to memorize a page of paragraphs of army regulations wns suddenly accosted by nn orderly who iood nt the front of the tent scratching at the tent flap the camp substi tote for n ring at the bell A note for the lieutenant sold he darting in and then darting out pos sibly fearful of question It was a queer note I Am a total stranger to you but wore in brighter days the badge of the same coy clety that was yours at the university Three of the fraternity are In my com pany one Is on guard and he urned me to write at once to you They know me to be a brother Dell even though I dare not teU my real name What I have to say Is that the charge against me U utterly false as I can convince you but could not con vince a court am confined at the mo meat of all others In my life when It li most vitally Important that I should be free grant me ten minutes Interview this aft irnoon and If I do not prose myself guilt less I will ask no favorbut when I do con vince you dr as you would be done by Yours lad 3 X- OEOrOE MORTON Well Ill he blessed said Mr Gray ns he tolled out of his gray blanket Heres n state of things Listen to tile captain he called to his company commander in the adjoining lent- s Heres Morton back from IS hours absence without leave brought hack by armed guard after sharp resist once charged with Lord knows what nil wants to tell me his story and prove his innocence You let hint alone growled his senior Itcmembcr what Cattier sold or youll go in arrest What call bus Morton on you Id like to know The lad flushed Fraternity was n very sacred thing In the A It vas the most exclusive crowd nt the varsity Its membership was pledged to one another by unusual ties It was the hardest society for a fellow to get into In any one of the seven colleges whereat It flourished and its mystic bonds were not shaken olT with the silken gown and mortnr board of undergraduate days but followed Its membership through many n mnturer year It was n society most college men might ask to join in vain Money soy cial station influence were powerless Not until n student had been under oh serration two whole years and was thoroughly known could he hope for a bid to become n Delta Slg Not until another six months of probation could he sport its colors and not until he formally withdrew from its fold in post graduation years could he con sider himself absolved from its mild obligations limit the boast of the Del ta Sig had ever been that no one of its membership had ever turned a deaf ear to a fellow in ec1 of aid Who of its originators ever dreamed of such n thing as its drifting Into and becoming a factor in the affairs of the regular armyNo wonder Gray stood for n moment the paper still In his hands Irresolute even disturbed Not to answer the ap peal meant to run counter to nil the 1d eta of his fraternity To nnswer might mean arrest and courtmartial for deliberate disobedience of orders Canker has no more mercy than nn Indian It was barely 43 hours since he hud been publicly warned by nn experienced old captain that he would find no guard Ian angel in Squecrs It would seriously mar his prospects to start now with Squecrs down on him and ns that lynx cvcd commander was ewer on watch for infractions of orders Hilly well knew that he could not hope to see and talk with the prisoner and Canker not hear of it To ask permission of Canker would only make matters word he was sure to refuse nail then reemphasize lila orders and redouble hU vigilance To nsk time content of the officer of time dayor the connivance of the officer of the guard was to Invite them to court arrest and trlnl on their own Account He couldnt do that even to oblige a brother belt If only Ned Craven were officer of the guard some thing might be doneIse was n college man too and though not aUell limit rather of n rival set he would under stand anti possibly help Guard mount was held toward dusk and that was four hours away nt least The prison ers note and tone were urgent An Idea occurred to What if he could get Gordon toiet him go on thlll very evening It wasnt his tour He had marched off only two days be fore as he well remembered for Canker had roughed him up and down about that little error in copying the list of prisoners from time report of the pre vious day Moreover lie hind counted on going to town right after retreat dining nt the Palace nn estrnvngnncc not to be thought of at other times so as to be on hand when tho Crimes and Amy Lawrence come down to din nerolie hnd planned it ollen to the amount of surprise he was to exhibit when he should discover about when he hind finished his own dinner that they were just beginning theirs and the extent and degree of pleasurable emotion he might venture on showing as he hastened over to greet them and accepted their otter to be seated with them even If he hail been so un kind as to dine beforehand Instead of with them He had set his heart on having n chat with Mies Lawrence ni part recompense for all he had lost that morning nod nil this he was think of while still fumbling over that dill turbing note Time was getting short too there was no telling how much longer they might stay Mr Prime had brought his only daughter all that long journey across the continent on the nssnrrnce that the boy he loved with whom he had quarreled and whom in his anger he hud sorely rent bilked had enlisted there In Sun Fran clco end was serving in n regiment nt the great camp west of the city He Led conic full of hope and confidence he had found the young soldier de scribed and in his bitter disappoint ment he declared there was no re Bcinbrnce to justify the report sent him by the boys own uncle who vowed he heel met him with comrades on the main street of the city that tie recog nition was mutual for the tiny Iiad dart ed around the first corner and escaped His comprnions were scattered by time time Mr Lawrence turned to the spot after a brief fruitless search limit pri rate detectives hind taken it up anti lo rated young Prime and telegraphed ttt Tether in the dirnnt east Now Mr Lawrence was away on business of Ills own Written occur ances that he couldnt he mistaken lost weight and Mr Prime disheartened was merely waiting the report of Jill agent who thought he hind traced time boy to Tnmpa In 2J hours he might spirit his daughter awuy on another chase and then there would be no fury timer warrant for Miss Lawrences re nvilnitig III the city SK would return to her lovely home in one of the loveliest of California vrliys miles away from the row fogs end chills of the Golden Gate nnd would be no more f ecu among the camps That told Hilly Gray to himself would take every bit of sun bblne froth his life u All this detail or much of it he hnd learned from the fair lips of Miss Lawrence herself for Mr Prime mind his daughter svcmed to shrink from speak- Ing of the matter front the lint Miss Amy hind hind to take the young gentle under her personal wing is It were In her desire to aid her uncle nail cousins in every wity and know lug them to be strangers to the entire ump she had eagerly sent for him as the first familiar or friendly object slit saw Then when he clime and was pre seated and proved to possess little in terest to the careworn non and his anxious and devoted child It devolved upon Miss Ijjwrcnec to make much of Hilly in proportion as they made little of him mad for three days or so the blithe young fellow seemed fairly to walk on air Moreover she had taken him Into family confidences In telling him of the missing son und brother for both her uncle and cousin she cold were so sensitive nbout it they cculd not talk to anyone except when actual ly necessary They hud leaned ns it were on the general anti on Cal Arm strong for a day nod then seemed to draw away from both Ihl even seemed to take It much IImlnihllt her father had to be absent when they came though they had sent no word until hale of their vomiting He wax on his return might arrive any hour but so might they go Now if Hilly could only discover that miming son Then crate an inspiration Pencil hung n brief note he gave Itton sol hierof his company and bathe htm take it to the guard tents It told Morton of the colonels orders Issued that very day mud bade him be patient he hoped and believed opportunity would be afforded for an Interview that evening Then he hunted up n subaltern of hula own grade whom he knew would probably be the detail for olllceroftheguartl that evening Itrooke he wild will you swap tours with me If Gordon willing I hintcId like mightily to exchange If its all the sane to you Hrookc hesitated He had social hours and aspirations of his own Hy swapping with Gray he might find himself doomed to n night In ramp when he hind accepted for sonic pleas nut function in town Thought you were keen to go in toy nigtt right after retreat he hazard ed Well I was said Gray pulling his drab campaign hat down over lila eyes toshut out time glare of the westering wrlllkllI Will you strip boars with me II Cordons HllllDfl counting on his lingers Walt till I look nt my notebook Friday 1 Why tlmata the night of the Iliirtons card party thought you didnt know themI dont said Gray glad enough to escape the other question And you hate card parties you know you do Its a go is It I Ill sec Gordon at once And oil he went leaving Hrooke to won tier why he should be so bent on tie arrangement Hut Gordon prove an unexpected foe to the plan Cant be done Hilly said he scntcntlously Canker watch es those details like a hawk He hasnt forgotten you only came olT two days ago and If I were to mount you to night hed mount me with both feet Think there nay use in asking him queried the boy tossing had ward glance toward Cankers tent Not unless youre suffering for an other snub That man loves to any no ns much as any girl ever tuked nnd he doesnt do It to be coaxed cither Hest leave it alone Hilly And then tin unexpected happened Into the tent with n quick impetuous strut came the commnndingofllccr film self and something hail occurred to stir that gentleman to the more His eyes were snapping and his Lend was highMr Gordon said he heres more of this pilfering business and now theyre beginning to find out It isnt all In my camp by n damned sight want Unit letter copied at trice Then with n glance nt Gruywho had whipped off his cap anil wns standing in respect ful attitude he clanged his tone from the querulous half treble of complaint What1 this youd heat leave alone he suddenly demanded There ore n dozen things youd hut leave ulonl amid a do7rnyoii would do well to cultivate oath study When I WIIK however I never was n lieutenant except In war lime when they amounted to sonic thing got my professional knowl edge in front of the enemy not at nay damned charity school Youre lucre lo ask sore new Indulgence suppose Want It flay In town over night and fritter away your money and tlc time the government pays for No sir you cant have my consent You mill be back in camp nt 12 oclock and stop and report your return to the officer of the guard so that I may know the hour 1111 come In Whoa officer of the gurritl1nl ht Mr Gordon Mr Ilroolic sir Mr llrookel Why I thought I told you he Vrtis to take those prisoners In town tomorrow lie has to testily bey ore that court In the case of Eergt Kelly and It sores my sending unottm officer nail having two of our lleutcn nuts away from drill and hanging around the Bohemian club Detail somebody else All right sir answered Gordon impcrturbnbiy Make any odds sir who U detailed 7 tinker mil turned to Ids desk nnd lens toculng over the papers with nerv outs hand dray Impulsively stepped forward his eyes kindling with hope It was on the tip of hit tongue to launch Into n proffer of hula own services for the detail but Gordon hastily warned him back with a sweep of the hand anti a portentous scowl No Ones as bail as the other Next thing I know some of em will be letting prisoners escape right under my nose tanking us the laughing stock of these damned militia volunteers Canker entered service In 01 ns a private in n city company thnt was mil ills to the tip of Its spike luilcd moats but he hall forgotten it wool theme young idlers to understand distinctly by George that the first prisoner hot gets away from this post takes jome bodys fommliUou with him Dyou hear thnt Mr Gray And Canker turned nnd glared nt the bright blue ryes ns though he would like to blast their clear fires with the breath of his disapprobation Has that young fel low Morton been put In Irons yet he suddenly naked whirling on Gordon again Think not sir Supplies limited Officer of time tiny reported half nn hour ago every set was in use Sent over to division qunrtennuMcr amid he any swered we hind n dozen inoren wr were entitled to now Wanted to know f w meant to Iron the whole rfl1l1llItU The hell he did raged Canker Ill settle that In short order Mi Intone there orderly Ill be bnck by four Mr Gordon Fix that detail to suit yourself rdo saying time Irascible colonel flung himself out of the tent and Into Ids saddle 00011 young Idiot said Gordon whirling on Hilly time moment the coast was clear You cnmr within an nee of ruining the whale thing Never nk Canker for anything tinier its what you wish to be rid of Tell Brooke youre for gunrd nnd hes to go to town Instead Hopping mad ns he himself after ward expressed It Col Canker loud ridden over to have it out with till qunrtermnMrr whp had ventured to comment on hula method hilt the tight of the commanding general standing alonent thcrntranle to hula private tent ida pale fare grayer thnn ever and n world of troublrln his eyes rompellrd Canker to stop short Two or three orderlies wcrr on time run Two nldn decamp apt inrriron and n com rade were learehlng through desks and IMIXCS their fares grave nail concerned Time regimental was off his horse In a ItCIlIlc1nJthlng ambit general he asked with soldierly salute i The general turned slowly toward him Can our men sell letters hr laid u well nc food and forage Do people buy such thing A most Im portant package has been stolen trout my tent To He Continued CVrialnlr Warlli inmrllilnv In n rural community In one of the middle stl tea dwelt a man who made vow in 185ft thnt hr would wear his hair and bean untrimmed until John C Prc mott be elected president of the ITnlledHlatex He knit the vow for 40 years at the end of which time he had nearly a half bushel of hair on hie head and face Then routing to time ronrlu Sian toward which lids mind had bent gradually working for n long tints that Gen Fremont death In the Interval had practically absolved him from his vow he decided to have his haircut and hls beard shaved off clean On his next rilt to the countysent he vent ton bar bershop and was soon relieved of the hirsute burden he had carried for fotu decades How mitrh he naked Have lo charge you haif n dollar for tint jobsaid this barber looking nt the mimes that lay on the floor laIC a dollnrl he gasped Dont I get any ConpsurionWnnlil int TIll tier nrar She hued justeAnte up from Mississippi to hire out in Mrmplil and all of her friends nt home promised to write to her After the new of the city wore off and the ache of homerlckneiui began to make Itself felt she went to time general delivery nt the post office to Inquire for lice mall She still linn her mossgrown suspicion orUtorn folks and their dark and devious ways to she marched aggressively tip to the general delivery willdow nnd dcmnndrd Any letter here for me What is name asked the clerk Tolnj1I0ne of 0 business what my name leishe ore sponded Indignantly and without fur ther parley she left the post office an grimy muttering to herself I nlnt gwlne to tell that white man what my name III Lnkto know whut business tic 0 hilin whut my name is Time man tious old body didnt hear from home that dayMctnphisScimitarinother Miles What do you think of this faithcure business GllcsOh its nil right I tried it once and was completely eared Miles Indeed Of what were you cured 1 Giles Of my faith In It Chicago Daily News HnfTlrlent Mrs Ashley Isnt this new prayer rug of mine pretty Mr Spcakly Yc1 but Isnt it very small ell It Is large enough for oil my pruycrsN Y World A Correct One Brown What do you think of the walking dresses the women have now Theyll not wear them longD trait Free Press Spring Humors pf the Blood Come ton certnln percent ne of nil the people Probably 75 percent of these people lire curcil every year by floods Bnrftnnarllln timid we hope liy tills ad vertlseiuent to gel tile other 21 per remit to take Hoods Biirxnpnrilli It luau tattle more people well effected more wonderful cures than tiny other medicine In the world Its strength ns a blood pnrtfler Isdcmoribtruttd by Its marvelous cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Dolla Plmptoi All kinds of Humor Pnorlnalo Blood Polftonlng Rhoumntlnm Cntnrrli Malaria Eto All of tvhleh urn prevalent nt this sea ton Von treed Hoods KnrsapaMltn now It will do you wonderful good Hoods Sarsaparilla In Americas Greatest lltood Medleinr MOTIVES MISUNDERSTOOD Unrr the 1prnnrlnui llntlrrr of a nrll YonnB Mnn nlrurti a lintel elrIThere III vnitrit husinrsi man who hu more hosiery than he knows what to do with He was quite rrrrntly on a buiinest and hiiiprneit to atop for a rmiplr days In IliiUitelphii Hr wanted to jet Parforthe duties and other freaks who manage In get some brief notoriety beraute of their antics He had ten to spare nn rhtlne and he accordingly went to t liar lilllAe at they luf a hit of Ist aum tore sorks at M rents a pair Mr Aunt the money on these things and lie went out of his way to et the mnt oulragroui combina ion of rotor and the most hirjrrr effect that were in the lit succeeded won derfully He hadsnek which mule Ihc aiplialt sidewalks curl as they do under ex treme heat Ills extremities fairly shneleit Then he spent this day in the mender of the lintel sitting in ronipirnmis place showing rnrIoutannthrrdntgnfor r mote ten hours and naturally attracted quite a good deal of attention That Will whit he wanted hut hr multi not l rrk Into the newspaper The clerk when he was his lull said nuaught to that inrsniisn Whati lliat asked the seek moan with pn anttriplnry smile as hr rityrlnl same thing complimentary nlmul his sedum hIUljttbuWas All r rr- Tfir governor Fn1of snada whll linln a dare in treaty air mM an Indian who was very ligtiHr clad Frvm mere runnttlr hr stopped the slngb when epposil the Iud anal asked him haw It was he read withstand ties mM nmler M light a covering 1111IIIAn willmiit a askingMowThe governor ernrral capsined in hi slmpVit Knilish hew it was that IkrsUn of his fan having been 11 In the hanirnrlThet1IreIlMinItMr all fare and went his tray Cincin nati Knquirrr Backaches cl Womenarr orlftlon and thny Indicate real trouble somowhcroi Efforts to boar tho dull pain are heroic but thoy do not overcome It and the backaches continue until tho cause la ismoved I Lydla P Ptnkhama Vtjctbk Compound I does this moro certainly than any other fstodlclnct It has boon doing It for thirty yoarsm It Is a wo mans modlolno for wo mans Ills It has dono much for tho health of American women Road tho grateful loiters from Women constantly appearing In this napor AfsPlnkhancouftseawpmen LynnMass Planning to Paper This Sorinn Tin ONlal IU1MT Tonf Mwr llliMKI SELECTWALL PAPERW fa 1515rq I nn45U511- n0 lit ad- rilIt nn tie AKHUU Lana inn tk p1 wry 111iirIIIUOur Fllrlolr Catalogue r111 r 0 lUHRIk 1010111 viii 5- prrsI151H IIIII1IIII jhIHII KtaMlsh4 S WII W I5J HIM VnHtl4lua S 0 Itt n Ye 1Ur l THE PLACR FOR A POOR M Ml Alnmcdn X W T Cnnmln Doe S2rcl 1800- Mr II Dm Ir Cunmlinn iovcniiiicnl ARCIII HI 1niil inn Dcnr SIr s promisee you nlionl two jen rkiitfo Unit nt MIMIC future titie would let you Know wlml L tlioufjl of VMrrn Jnnuiln nnil tlicclmnciKof poor niiin making Ktiirt nnil Kiippnrt liiff n finiillj ill tunic time v will wrld n few fnclH roiiiMriiliif my own cxpc rlinee till print 8t inonlliK nnil wlitit litivc ilonc n fly nlilrlioillctl limn can do Iirovltlol In will work- I left Trnvere country Mnrcli 2011 1ROS liinilnl In Alninnln nt titian Hi 8IM with 1SS In my porlict n MrmiKcr tun nmoiiK utrniifjirn and niyit vwinginalIiirrnrnrol work Mtirrli SStliiilso innclr HI try for tmmrnlrnil name day tin niiin ktiirtrd work for loaning mo 13 in pay rnlruncr tee and linn earned nr nt leant received URI In wages MIHM Ilieii and him liven Idle at leant 2 mont of the 21 clnce I eanif The liommtrml look unit 12 ncrex broke liy n former oeeiipant I paid 20 to linic It rcplowrd In July 04 nnil the remit wheat for It cost me 825 I let II to neighbor for In elevator clear of nil rxpcnxe except till Itd nnd this full leeelved nllIO fur my part of the crop oft of the I2nrrrdro toy tolnl reeelpl till pant 2t month IIIIH been fits in nnil my cx en eiibeiddeii thing for Keif unil family have been n fol Iowa KntnitUT fri UIOObrllll paid for In 11 IIn tOO Rummer fallowing 13 arren 2000 Seed forinmc ttjCant of hoiue widen myown labor on me 7581- If nereu of breaking anti double cllkclngiuimc 6000 17910 My Jinlf of whent 7010 Nel epetwo on homeRtead 10001 WI moved on our homeilend My IDIti 1S90 liavc lit norm In good idiape for crop In 1090 My wife joiiii with me In tending bckt wlthri to you nnd rAn truly ay to nny poor man ulio pnyn n big rent to get n hints Mimebndy viM it IlIlIcIor works for wngen to llporl n family that hnI pemtnnlly trleil both In Mlnnenoln nnd tried lint il lo mnke n nueeeMt of It hill found to my sorrow that nfler working hArt n poor living was nil eould ItIout nt II nnd nfler nearly 2 ycnrs of Wrfclern nnndlmi hIm I will ray that nm very thankful to you for helping rue to decide to try It In Canada Vournrenpeel fully W II KINKAUn RELEGATED THE HASH The lnnillnilr Coiilil Xnl Vllholrnd- Ihr lnelnaBli of HIP rrrt- lou leriler In a eerUin bonding IIOUK whereririel w U not tin iN e of and nlirrr huh wti po frr iirnt an oecurmiee tint it would hnl heen adsnic1 for ilIt had romriip halthllithThi prrpMual hah grew monotonous ml the boys determined to lunuh it from Pp the lab liy fair means or foul Areotd Injcy when thy lied into thr dining room on onday morning and recognized th HuncUyi roast served in huh the hut bol nude low bow and aid Whv pied mornitift sir I think TTI met lforfThe ireond ihfM tilt head tnoutnfiill and Mohimedl The tail sad itnle of Mr lleefAh ye iiht tile third till poor fel 10 upThe of a elate friend aighed the fourth tlkucr than a brother mened the fifth The victim of a terrible grind fInished the lixlh an took their sacms at table Thr lanclaMWlfl a haughty dontknour whatyoUmean air but haih luau mom hen nen in ILcir mldtt Mciaptua Kclin liar Milting Commnnrtnir The brilliant yonnj preacher when In tnakr his iarrrlnil caa to cultivate an acquaintance with the de reloiinirnt of the younger mind thin aflei a FashIon keeping tab upon hit SundaJ school teacsmrs- iIie other afternoon while he Will raitin In the drawingroom of a Ixautlfid Can avenue retidrnre for the came iii Ijes mamma he wa entertained the liltl daughter herself Taking nn n hi he began n review of the hunk IIroo been given to a hi tie maul of five Can you tell me KUic how many corn ininrlinenU there are Ve ir evcn or eight Ohno dear there are ten Veil know theme ured lo he but yenhadund hut woiid leave only even or eight you knowIetroit Vice Tlie HnvnRC Dnelielnr If fOU had been at the Tlrowna n1dr t wedcllna eelebrsitinn lrt niclu raid tin Sweet Young Thing you would have al tend nur view out matrimony wouldnt either paul thi Saaci Itirhelnr If matiimnny were not fake there would rot be nuh a powwow railed over n eouple that have mnnnprcl In endure youforgetWent n Sleep Qnleklf The mother ofa little thiree yearohl had been away from home overnight on hex return aiKed scrphailOh chic replied papa twied to ting ts me like cu an I rnt to Irrr weal lviok 10 touldnt hear him Cincinnati Knquirer A Prrfrrt Illrd- D aler Here sir Ia very mperior Jilrd It will mimic nnrtlilngl Pnrclia er want a crueller Yea Im a hollow mo krrINYFree humanity desire for rerergeMf traled in making the goat t butt of ridfcule Chicago Ditpatch Some men much that din awhile th think Ihr1rDjorllWublnt- on la Democrat Dont a mana proiptettby hip 101 Vif THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lemon In IIII Inlernnllnnnl flerlea tar April I ItMMJTlie IlcnIU- tllllCI Prepared by It C trnlnRton Tim MCS8ON TRJCT- Mallhew 1241K And hllro follortd film great mnlll Hide of peojile from Onlllee anti from l t Japollx nnd from Jeru alem and from liiilea pnd from beyorul Jordan 1sn1 leelnx the mulillude lie went up Into n mountain nn1 nlien lie won leIIlila came unlo lllrnrllftNt cptnrd liii mouth and taught ihtm saying 3 HtetKpil are the poor In tplrlt for ihclrt In Iho Kingdom of Heaven f Illefied arc they that mourn for they ilmll be comforted r lleait are the meek for they nhall In leilt hue earth 0 lileMed are they which do hunger and lhlrit alter rlRhttounntKr for they iliall e IKIrU Iticyahailbtiau8 llleued are the Iure In heart for they shall ace OoJ ltl M tl ore Ihe peacemnkern for they thou lIe called the children of God porecutedfor111I tm of Heaven II lllejiinl nil ye when men ahall revile you tint jiortfcute you ami shall say oIL I mykItejolce and bo exceeding glad for great In your reward In Heaven for co worebeoroUUIUKN TJ1XTfJtllllrll ore the pure In hurt fur they xhaU see loUMatt it- NUTK8 AND COMMENTS A parallel to the lesson Is found In ItiJo 1220 In Btndylng the lesson note I The SIght In PrayerLukeChoosIng Ih TwhIIuke C1MC- I The Word IlleiJeU Matt 6 Nl I The lltalltudut Taken Sing ly Malt 211- C The Ileatliudes aa a Whole Matt 2U A Night In Irnycr 1rom Luke we lenrn that Jesus silent the whole night preeedlng llio choosing of the 12 npoHtlcttntnl t lie iitternnceof lila great kerinon In prnyer The Word Hles edThlM word la nine times repented in nine consecu the verges In paraphrasing tho text the won hoppy has often beet used Hut blessed Is more thou linpjiy The term Is snore nearly espresml If wo speak of the blessed on those who enjoy tho favor of God The Ilentltudes Of whom does Jesus speak ns enjoying the favor of Ood 1 The poor In spirit Thoao wIll rcollzo their unwortlilneNH before God am who are conseloiiN of sin and spiritual InconijileteneHs Theirs la the Kingdom of Heaven Ilccanito only to tliono who deeply feel their need of the highest things cat tho highest things bring satisfaction It implies Heaven here anti now for n Christian character Is n Heaven on earths 2 They thnt mourn Mourulu the cnrthly FCIISC and morn for thosei who have to bear henvy liunlcns for the fcnkc of Christ but chiefly perhaps those who mourn their ignorance and sin lor nil of these the consolntion that Christ brings Is the only com fort that fills the soul They slush in deed be comforted 3 The meek This has conic to be it despised term ns signifying those who arc without stamina or character On the contrary it Is a chief trait In every noble character for meekness Is mildnesH of tempera uni patience under injuries Jor they shall Inherit the earth An old proverb line It that nil thing come to him who volts Intlencc and hu mility are cardinal virtues I They which do hunger nail thirst after righteousness It bus beet saul that hunger ami thirst are Ihe strongest spurs to action So it Is not to much n promise ns n law of nature that they plmll 1m Illied 3 The merciful Those disposed lo pity and xpjsre unwilling to give pall These flnd mercy for Love Is the law of tho kingdom of God nnd those who pity and spare others are lullllllng the law of that kingdom 0 The pure In heart A simon sees In others that which III within him iclf If he Is selfish hu cannot rem that others can be unselfish It he Is impure nil the world is Impure hut If ho Is purl In heart and mind ho begins to rcnllc something of tho rhnrneter of the Holy hind 7 The pencemnkcrn If hind Is love then He desires pence among ills children How natural that the pencemnkers should be called the chil dren of Ood S They which nrc persecuted for righteousness sake Two conditions nre necessary for this blessed One Is that the persecution Is for right eousness sake and the other Is that the evil spoken against you Is tittered nicely There Is strength In the consciousness of being right and heaven manifests approval no mat ter what Is time attitude of the world The Ilentltudes ns n VholeIt has been pointed out that three of the bentltudes the second fourth and Hlxth represent the Inner life toward God Curiously dovetailed with these the third flflh ami seventh represent Ihu outward manifestation of thnt Inner life toward men The first he Ultude concerning the poor In spirit Is the condition rut of which nil the others prow antI the perse cuted of the last beatitude ore thoso who try to live the beatitudes out In this evil world They will he perse cuted nml must stnml ready to sub mil to the test Meed ThoutcliU Ills heart was ns great as the world out there wns no room In It to hold the memory of vroighnserson- Our grand business In life Is not to see what lies thinly nt n distance but 10 1o what lies clearly nt hnnd Cnr lyle Let fnlth postpone antI trust awhile It Is no reason wins should tnkc of fiiise that the father glvcth them not twice n yeiir hire rs he cloth to tilted servants better that Oodti heirs live upon hope than upon hire Sam uel Rutherford wily AMERICANS WIN When lucy Climb n Lnililer Tisep Ion lleqnlrp An one to Until II One of tle many reaionii Ameriran manufacturers are to mceenfm competing in foreign msrketa ii to be fount in following which occurred recently An American manufacturer of Meam aiie cira wsr viniting an Knglifh tutu which made nimilur Kid A cerlsln iii title which Irtth firm made wai under dirru ion What la your price on this thing atked the American Well in your money about flO replied the Kng iitiinan What dote it to1 you- Ill ieiiver at ollr door all you want at liven dolLin said the American How in the worldito do it WIll illuntrate nniwered the Amer Iran 1ok out of that window anti neroic the den Hee that man painting a sign1 Yen Hcaonaladderitnthe Yen See that other man lilting on the aide walk holding the foot of the ladder Yen Now in America we have ladders that itnnd up by thrm elve dont need a man In hold em Ho you see in thia instance we divide your coat of labor exactly bjr two see remarked the Kogli hman Elec trical Review New lap for Wir- Wireleni Teieginptiy hat lied a new demon itration for iiiefulneii the ata RiJnahhnlldanger Ina like manner Ho lettrrSlom arh Hitter the famoii dy ptp ia cure act plrlorIIIt regulates the bowel improve appe tite andcures fndillr1 on Xhnrthanil Tnlk The courtroom wa filled with people replyluglolawyerWhile a young wit en tered the courtroom unit stood listening for a minute to the witnem annwer Then he remarked drily whata lip doing Ulkicg shorthand Detroit Free ire Sun or Onto Cut or lcvAs COloiT1 TouooI Prank Cheney makes lit Is the reninr vartnrr of the linn of F Clirne Co doing buiineM in the city of Toledo County Mate sforeiuiid that naii linn wilt the urn of One Hundred Iol lara for each and every ennc of catarrh that cannot be cured by the of hail Collarrh Cure FRANK CHKNKY Sworn lo here me and utibtrribcd in my prrrence thi Cth day of Ieremler A D A W CLKASOV Seal Notary Public IshIs Clnrrh Cure ic Internally anti let t ilirretly on the blood and muroun mir aria of the pSetcin Send for tcntimoniali lei MlKNBY A CO Toledo 0- Soti hr Iniegita Hall Family 1ills are the belt Ton nrrnt Mutinelonr 111t Wiewng hai gone inianel- liigginn You don t mean it Yc he flarled to ralndale how much llInnll Solomon would have In il Chicagolhillrlllhllllrlrd Ton run ere turns rnirn Furor Wfltn ltv to Allen K Olinstol lcrov N Y torn KIJKB snmplo of Allens loot Kttvi u to auntie Into your Mioc II cures chilblains sweating damp swollen siltIng fuo It waken New or tight Mioen iiisv A certain cum for IVSVns and Jtim ItitiR All druggist aunt sboostnrca sell U Sic Timer are ome women who 1athe same kind of judgment in allowing a leak to Ie Iu on thirst that exerrioed Iara ago in Kltctiug a husband A1ch lon Globe Thin ja one of the little thing that rount III the lecturer in the dime miuem remarked in introducing time mathematical infant prodigyTown Topic Ti Inrr n Cold In hue Day Take Laxative Hronio QtmiuulunTnbhcta All drugcikts rcfuml money till falls to cure S3c There should he little or no pity for the man who hat deliberately gone and knowing all the time that hi wire hadaccial aipirationt Detroit Journal Kadi package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYKS color more goods than other dye and color them better too Sold baUdruggist Dont give a bill for host The fellow may get married and make it good Waih Inglon la Democrat Cure your cough with Halea Honey oh llorehniind and Tar lkea Toothache Drops Cure in OUt minute When a man hits s day to himcelf he cant recall any of the thing he longed to Jo when lit was bsyAtchuieon For Yhojping Cough Iino Cure IA TluroopLieTIM MAitKtT9 JLIVI25 4WCALVKSKxtntIIOdHHelect puckers UW 5 15 lU1lltht5755JlJlJHHirinBGU 72KNosawOotiiNo 0IIAy12UI18Choir00lOTArUE8IlrCIIICAQ- OPlOim Winter patent 3 40 O 3 6- 0UItAlNhmeisto 2 red g itCornNo24iHyoX tiltIAHDHtenm UHtf 6 25 NEW TOm KIOIJU Winter tmtcnt 3 70 O 3 95 7sTjCorn2SUItyoJOItIM 1300 11360- LAHU Hteum tf 6 55 DALTIMOHB- FLOUn Family 3 M 60 67iSouthernCornNo2 mixed SSTiW 40 Oat8 No 2 mixed CRyeNo 11w 2 western M 0CATilKKlr quality 475 it 5 00 HOaSWestern 5 ro O 5 INDIANAPOLIS CinAJNWhcut No 2 red ft 70U CornNo 2 mixed O 36U Oats No 3 mixed O 25i LOUISVILLE KLOUIlWlnter patent 4 25 O fro UHAl WheatNo 2 red p 73 Corn Mlxeu 26S4POI1KMeaaLAKDSteam 6J The Chief Justice of Samoa Sayst Peruna is The Very Best Catarrh Cure Court Room Scene where Judge Chambers maintained the supremacy of the United States in Samoa fn j recent teller to lime Perunt Medicine Co Chief Justice G ambers jays tIt following of PeruntS II I have tried one bottle of Peruna and I can truthfully say it is one of the best tonics I ever used and I take pleasure in recommending it to all sufferers who are in need ofa good medicine I can recommend as one of the very best remedies for catarrh yL Chambers Iu California Quickly nlly and Ccmr rI Chicago Union Pacific and North Wentcrn lIt The Overland Limited leaves Chicago daily l30 P M arrive Sn Irjncinio the afternoon of third day and Los Angeles next morning No change of earn AH meal ilf dining ears lliiltet and lilltn care with barber Toe ixprrnheaveclacs anti through touriif lccpcr to Califor til excursion every Thui 1IrJlolI1l1rconlndld tickets via Chi cago NortliWrftcrn Hy For ful in foriiiit ion and illuttrated pamphlet Apply lo W II Knikcrii 22 Fifth eve Chicago A Priilmlilr utile theKatteas e pIersieliitThe people will put pumpkin in tmbcriptionsAmerican Ixiir flit Home Meeker Hxeanton The MiMinri Pacific Railway or4 Iron Mountain Kiuitc me now runnings rrricf of exrurrion to the Veet and Southwell April3den tiuie canl snot illn trated pampnleti on nppiicationtoThe beet diplomat in loo harp to be cut ting Chicago UiIIIh a durable and ALABASTINE eoatlna IWItags mado rooilr for are by with cobb water It a n cement that eoea Ibronah a pro rein of setting hardens cttti age ran be roatfxt Kiil rrroatnt nltbout m lifnit oil Its oM nmls bcfuro renewing Alabaitlno made In whito anil fonruyn lx utlful tint It li put 0 bi nl In dry form with complete illrectioa on every pnck- aenALABASTINE gfsomlnfjil It Is entIrely dllTfirent from all the urlou llOmlolla on unanket being ultir nlilft nut not etnck on tIe wall with sine Alnhnstino cnilnmeri chnnld iiToId retting rkonp kalnomlno under dllTrrcnt name by ln ltinij on liming tlio cnnil In arjtMproperly uliould reject There nothing just aa go- odALABASTINE Imrenl rnnrh ptrkne parHenlarlr throat Budlnii dlllciillloi nltrlbutnlilfilonnMnlKiry roatliic ou wall It Imn been rrenmmcnhpt- In n mnluiuI by the MlrlilKan Stnto linnnl of 111111un nrrnnnt of ha ranltary featorea which strongly tOIlomollt lmv nilnpn Alalviilino cnn iiwxl on either plait rrtl irallr wool molting lirlrknrrnnin CUlt any ono cnn bnioh It on It odmlt or mau- icat changes Irma wall meter ilworotlonn thus Koctrlnu nt rcnMnnbln IIIM lion latrnt and beet etlemh Ala a tinulrrannfrtiiro h1 thin ALABASTINE COMPANY of GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN from whom all a1eist Inormatlon tan bn ob nioMl Vrlio for InrlructUo and Intormt iiff booklet iroilcHl frco to all applicants C B GoMtbwalte DruggisT Troy Ala wrote February 28 1891 II FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS I woulJ not lake 50000 for the good Palmers Lotion Has done my son who had been In care of a pryslcau for 15 months Lotion Soap Prevents and assists In curing tore eyes and sore eyelids Al druggists only ViaL DOUCLAS S3 350 SHOES AN AVorth S4 toS6 compared JnI wiJh other 1 Ijidonil by over I lowOOO wearer r Tiifnrnvlne Me W II rncelIallllldno luttitltuie claimed In be 1as Rood Your dealer IT ihcnld them II Jhrnot we tend a pall x p 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inHiioUlcali 1111 Suw 4 lu 8 rlnhour J and mwii any kind vf irrd LaI a Iu1tirns cool hulnrr iiinalriftMcirfr s P AKiniii n IO Id 4 Iet I 1 1 nKAPKIU OF TillS PAPKB DCSIIIINQ TO I1IJY ANVTIIINO AUVKUTISll IN ITSCOLirUNS SIIOtLl lNSST mON HAVING WhAT TI1IIY ASK 1OR IlKFUSlNll AIL 8UUSTITLTK8 OU IMITATIONS Pit th itch as e IMIe nl f all on rieelpt of rrlce 60 touts and CtOO VlLLlAMi 4H0 CO iLIVZUND UU- 1ia TfflJftJlB S ceI CO UtlulUur r luillaiiiiols luuau In going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt you can ride all day in a Parlor Cafe Car for only 50 cents extra 25 your meals at any hour you want them order anything you want from a spring chicken or a porterhouse steak to a sandwich take as long aa you please to for what you order ITfUDaIOWUlICIItatCIL rIt11LTILIoa5lTru nrn rC1tttOU BEnroxTrJUCkinuMiT lltfroILaBEAUME Mo EuIuee tiMf nKAIIDLK8HI TlirllILLIOVnOLIAIII IItJ VEGETi B2iu1iiI lJOHMASALZERSEEDCO CROSSE ISeedSavingjGG Ctlitxii BroadcastsjLrwnOarasIhe- t IJ tiGcodeIICornpanj 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wbobeIlftO10aWUedleaRtO- rder bi tbt No II II CU1CA6OUI I 1INfHE5T 1U J your rume and address on a J5end and we will send you our 1S6S catalogue free WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO S 180 Winchester Aitau New haves Cons e p1taIae ese eeeeee In 3 oN Years an Independence Is Assured f jon take uptour bone laItented pam huts giving experience of farmer becomuweatibyingrowIuu fullinformaliolirailway rate cat be haS on Iratlon lo the flaperlelendent of Immigration PepartneDl of Interto oiuwa Canada or the rleiiert who will mall Ton atla i p1mph eta eta free of cost 1KDLKV Sut l nr lamliratton Ottawa Canada or In ICAVHN Columhua Ohio K T UOLMK8 The Date IndUnapoll ROOFING tot Hed nope for I per tICI and uaits tneloded Snbitltite fer pUiler SimplsfrS- tHE tU JU t PISOS CURE FOR Heal Coagh 67119 Taste oo 4In limB by druggists eDNSUMP TION A N KT wncN wnrriva TO ADVEKTIRII plead state lhu yu saw ibe t CtrUMr leal In UU poi r I Virginia Sketches BV SOJOURNED Scott county Virginia is tho second county from Cumberland Gap and joins Tennesseo Tho best part of tho county is in the Clinch Valley which lies in the center This valley is bounded on the south side by the Clinch Mountains Almost nil of it can be cultivated and most of it is under cultivation yet many peopleI would not care to cultivato it e Geology of the valley is very peculiar When old Ocean held full sway over all that region a terrible convul sion of the interior of the earth made a groat rent in tho crust in lino with tho general trend of the Appalachian Mountains On the north west sideI of this fault the strata of almost level but on the south east sido the strata inclines about 35 degrees to the southeast Because of this edgewise position of the rock all the rainfall penetrates tho earth instead of running off in branches It is n peculiar sight to seo vast areas of land without a single rivulet and without any visible outlet for tho water Largo caverns and caves are formed in this upturned strata and as the water found its way downward it carried tho surface earth down form ing a great many sinks In some of which sink holes are yet found open ing into caverns below Tho only streams of water in that section are the creeks formed by largo springs which flow directly from the crevices of the rocks These creeks are the most industrious things to bo seen in the Clinch Valley Where tho first spring flows from the hills a dam is made of boards about three feet long set on end The water held by this dam is led a few rods through a square trough about one foot wide to a little overshot wheel which runs the latho of an old time chair factory Thus in tho very insufficiency of the creek it is taught to snake it self useful From thero it travels about a mile being increased in vol ume and power by other gushing springs It then enters a larger race about two feet wido and three inches deep and comes in contact with a twentyfoot over shot wheel with a three foot face This wheel has the honor of running a pair of thirtyinch corn buhre The water is hardly rested from this arduous task when it is again inclined into a race and is harnessed toajixteenfoot wheel with a thirtyeightinch face which runs another corn mill With this experience andwith n few springs added to jhe volume t f water the creek as urges a sufficient importance to bo hitched to a roller flour mill Can any person bo so useful to a com munity Tho corn and wheat is carried to these mills on horses the roads being better adapted to that modo of traveling Tho boys usually rido on the sacks but sometimes the family has no millboy then the man of the house goes if ho is too busy hiS wife or daughter goes to mill While in that valley time rolled backward almost half a century and I became a millboy again seated on a Back of corn which rested on a sack of wheat on tho back of ono of their large stout farm horses I wont to tho cornmill and and found a man cutting wood in front of tho mill I asked the man if he was the miller he said sometimes I said I want this to bo one of the sometimes Wo left tho turn of corn and went to the roller mill Upon returning tho real miller was there It was the some times millers wife Tho cornmill which is near this ono has tho owners twentyyearold daughter fora miller During the late cold spell I saw her out by thQ wheel knocking tho ice oil of it with a largo stick us tho wheel rolled around It tokes about BOO pounds of water to run tho wheel lowlowingthe miller said she could only grind dayTirotwelve bushels is ono anda half bushels which at forty cents the mar dayforTo be continued Kecclpt For Tho Wedding Cake Five pounds of devotion three pounds extract of faithfulness four quarts heartfelt satisfaction one poundeach of prudence and good nature two pounds each of confidence and mutual forbearance sane of matrimonial fidelity eight ounces each of gentleness and modesty three quarts of enjoyment patience industry and economy in unlimited quanitios cannot bo too much fit teen ounces of wisdom and experience a gallon of milk of human kindness five pints cream of excellence same of common sense spice woll with sweetness of disposition mix thor oughly with cheerfulness pour into happiIness oven blessedness heated by the firo of true love The Pantograph of last Friday contains tho CollowingWo ore in receipt of the Borea Quarterly published at Borea under tho manage ment of President Frost and womb ers of Borea College faculty Among tho many interesting things in this number of tho Quarterly is an illustrated article entitled Mountain Types At this time such a subject demands attention at onco en account of the present political chaos in Kentucky with which tho mountain people have been so shamefully as sociated Tho article is not based on politics or severe partisanship It gives numerous illustrations of tho types of humanity from tho moun lain region now attending school at Berea and it is pleasing to find among them sketches of boys who are making their way unaided and alone in tho race for knowledge Here we find truo AngloSaxon blood and excellent material for ideal monI and women From those shadowy hills como these humble creatures of God types of humanity too often scorned and slandered by those who have enjoyed better advantages educationally religiously socially mor ally and otherwise Wo do not en deavor to mako tho argument that tho mountain section is without its desperadoes and lawbreakers These specimens are there to bo sure But it is absurd to say that these charac tore are confined entirely to tho mountains Thoy aro heR in the Blue Grass too where tho Bible is constantly spread open and where church bells chimo almost hourly Hence it is unfair to charge that time mountains of Kentucky arc inhabited only by ruffians and thugs and it is a duty we owe them to give tho de tense they deserve Tho Judiciary Co mmilteo will prob ably report Congressman Bourings bill to divide Kentucky into two Fed oral court districts It provides that the territory embraced in the follow ing counties as now constituted namely Carroll Owen Franklin Woodford Jessamine Garrard Lin coIn Pulaski and Wayne together with all that part of tho state of Ion tucky lying east of saidcounties shallcompose and bo called tho Eastern district of Kentucky andI that all that part of the State west of said counties and not embraced in the Eastern district shall compose and be called tho Western district of Kentucky Europe is expending on her armies 811000000 annually No wonder tho children of tho Old World have been seeking a new homo Should tho homes of tho people bo loaded down with billions of debt in order that somo heartless murderer may wear a diadem t The wretches that pace wrought this desolation are the panthers the hena and the ghouls of humanity Lot the time soon como prayed for by tho poet When the ar drum throbs no longer And the battle nags are furled In the parliament of man The federation of the world A BOON TO MANKIND I DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE pLLEQf F CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JJlES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO I Washington County Springfield Mrs James Key is on tho sick list Mrs G W Hundley is having her dwelling remodeled Born to the wire of Joseph Mclu tire a fino daughter John Taryeo carne homo front Louisville and is illat his homo Bow Campbell has taken up his abode with Boy and Mrs Nichols Somo wore disappointed in attend ing tho baptizing in Lebanon last Sunday on account of tho inclemont weatherMr Mrs Jamos Grundy spent a few days in Jamestown with their son Samuel Horace Coleman was called to the bedsido of his sister Ellen who is very ill in Louisvillo O G Dull was hero from Louis ville this week and has moved his household goods to that placo Owsley County Cal bnrd A C Gubburd of Boonovillo was hero last week on business Albert and Win States sold two yoke of oxen to G B Hose Issac Bowman of Jackson county was hors last week on business Time farmers are preparing for corn as the weather permits them to do so Corn is very scarce in this neigh borhoodselling from 50 to 7f cents per bushel W T Minter of Boonoville was here last week with his wagon and team after oats Michael 11 Gab anl has moved ov er on Wolf Creek rind Samuel Combs has moved into tho house vacated by himA heavy snow fell hero last Thursday night about eight inches in depth causing us to believe weather was to como lateIJackson CountyI Hvcrjrrcen Mrs Sallio llellard is very ill with heart trouble John Simpson was tho guest of Susan Jones Sunday Miss Maude Lako of this locality is at Mr Woods this week Your correspondent has been very sick the past week but is improving Mrs Sarah Lunsford of Wallace ton visited her mother last week of this place Franklin Mnrciun is getting ahead of the boys selling goods We all think well of our new customer Time little child of Poter Hose who had pneumonia is lend Everybody with them in their be reaemontIW T Short U S marshal arrested Robert Maupin for making moonshine and ho is at Mt Vernon awaiting trialICharlio M Mullins of Withers Hockcastlo county visited J WI Lake Sunday onroute for Clover Bottom Wo were glad to havo him with us- Louis Owens of Rockcastle says few days ago when it was now moon that ho saw two moons TheyI wero connected with a rod stripe Everybody is aroused and dont know what to think Green Hall Wm Venablo and wife will move to Tennessee soon Miss Lena Flanery is visiting hor brother E B Flanery of Moulden Mrs Wm Robertson is very low withconsumption Farmers are very busy now sowing oats W E Minter has boon visiting his daughter Mrs D G Collier of Mc KeoJames E Wilson and wife are vis iting their children who mire attend ing school at London Mrs Lizzio Mudman who has boon visiting her sister Mrs Fennel has returned home and reports a pleas ant visit L G Scott of Virginia has been visiting friends and relatives in Jack son and Owsloy Wro wero glad to havo Mr Scott in our midst Mrs Sarah E Smith wifo of John Smith died March Ifi She had suf fered for fifteen years with Dropsy and boro her sufferings with pationce until tho Lonl called her homo to dwell with him above whore suiTor ing will bo no moro To allay pains subdue inflamma tion heal foul sores and ulcers tho most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT Price 25 eta and 50 eta S E Welch Jr SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Kdltell by MM KATE U ICTNAM teacher In licrca COlc- JeEncourngcmcnt Tho child looks to tho mother for holp timid oncourngonicnt when it is taking its first step in walking Tho school boy looks for encouragement from tho tcaclior when ho is taking his first step in education And so on through lifo Tho sol dier looks for it on tho field of battle it is tho cheering voice of his lender that urges him on through tho dan gers of death and crowns tho day with victory Time poet and the artist look to tho world to acknowledge their genius and give thorn praise It is encour agement which calls forth their no blest words and helps them to climb tho mount of fame until they surmount all difficulties and write their uatnoH in laming letters upon its summit Then let us give encouragement to each other in every effortof good in every noblo action in time little duties of life and wo will bo happier for it tho world will be holler and n smil ing Providence will look down and bless our labor of love Sprint Clennln When tho wise housekeeper begins her housecleaning she fortifies her self with a goodly store of eatables so that her family areas well fed as usual and their sweetness of temperas well as her own preserved also that thin unexpected guest jnay find a comfortable meal One hour of planning may save severed unpleasant hours in tho days to follow Wo Had it best to clean collars closets and bureau drawers sort anti rearrange all their contents overhaul trunks wardrobes and box es sew on buttons antI repair the spring clothing first Then wo take BOIIIO Monday as tho surest day for all cur hoar friends to bo at homo busied with their own af fairs and clean our parlor and sot all in order Next we clean tho upper rooms and finish with tho sitting room from which tho stove cannot bo spared till tho warm weather is established for tho health of our family must always be tho first consideration We find an empty box or barrel convenient to receive things unclass ified which always turn up and puz zlo one as to their value or Blare Ichnbod always advises that wo look in tho ragbox for missing treasures after cleaning time My fad is for nigbags of turkoy red calico with white letters wool cotton bandages linen new muslin sowed in on tho machine then no time is lost hunting each sort when needed Medicine bottles should ho careful ly examined and labels secured or contents empted and bottles cleaned thoroughly then put on the stovo in basin of cool water with salt or ammonia and allowed to scald thus they are useful again Tho groat mistake young housekeepers make is hurrying and in lack of planning Take it coolly Ono timing at a time and that done well THE SCHOOL Edited by MM EtliA It Iran of the Normal Department licrca College Most of us Intro rend Edward E Mules story A Man without a CountryIt us stangely Wo can hardly imagine ourselves adrift hav ing no fnmilly ties no bonds holding us to native laud It seems to mo that there is moro in it than lies on tho surface To bo long to a country to feel that it bo j longs to youl How much of privilgo anti responsibility it suggests how many lines of relationship it implies There is a story of an errand boy who having beets omployinl with u company only ono day camo rush big into tho otlico cheering loudly at some piece of good news that 1IIIIIj como to tho company saying ur rah for our Firm Time manager was pleased nt tho hearty way in which time boy now made their interests his own and watched him finding as would le expected that nil of tho boys work showed tho samo wholo hearted cooperation I know souse people who lave stoodaround for years waiting for something to turn up tithing no active part in any of lifes great interests acting wronged if they were oven elbowed out of tho way of busy saris est people who were trying todothoir work I know no bettor recipe for a complete failure in life than Wait till you lire sure of retultt before enter heartily into any uUhrpriliel- AUtl IM sure that you liko everybody and everything connected with it bo fore you touch it Would you succeed Thor leant tho tower of active cooperation in some nohlo Cause Lot it bo an IMI poplar ono if you will but Be sure you are right then yo ahead Tho men who in tho CUUKO of Abolition woro mobbed despised and mode to suffer loss of property tumid position woro men equal to bo ing classed with those of whom tho world was not worthy Whittior mud Lowell wroto ou1dolllhilllp1 and manly heart to tho cause Hun dreds of obscurer men braved danger cud denunciation in tho Interests of tho oppressed tItiedinheritors of a great past need not languish in idleness because there are no tasks awaiting us Today as over Tlwjr are late who flare mil the right wIth two or three Our attitude toward lessor ques tions obscurer duties will determine what wo shall do when any great crisis comes Are there no problems in our homes thlltlshoulllliveth to himself but so little do some of us touch other lives that wo can hardly be said to live at all Let us ospouso some real causo some definite work in a spirit that will make us ready for greater op portunities should they como THE FARM How to Trent Timber Lot Abitnictof limed llriinckcni Mr at Fur mcri Institute at Dclavan Wli Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing woll I tnko it for grant ed that most of you together with all other farmers of tho state think it worth while to maintain n few acres of our land in timber You all nocda wood lot for fond ing material firo wood Rum timer pasture for your cattle and n score of other benefits to bo derived from it Somo of you may oven bo so situated that you can sell an occas ional log to tho umber millor tho stave factory mid got it little cash for it I tako it further for grunted that you nil want your timber lot to last as as long the farm does in other wordi forever Now tho question arises Do you nil treat your timber lots in roIsultsinsurance for their pcrmaiionoyT How to do this shall bo tho subject of my discourse oriwOlJ1Ilotll tlcolptiintelligence to rot good results in this as in every other operation of tho fiirmur Each wood lot muni bo taken by itself and managed accord ing to the particular requirements of time owner tho conditions of time moil und the nature of the trees with which it is stocked All tho forester can do is to call your attention to offorclltmainhlIlIlIco and then you must and yourselves workout time salvation of your wood lots Perhaps limo moat important principles to ho observed in mnnng lUg a Ilot an tho projwr preser npproprintotvery things which the average farmer mostiany nftcrIdoing BO they undoubtedly hclievu that they are giving tho young growth u clmnco to flourish and tako tho of their elders limit In ox- loptlunal only ran time pormn- nenoo of n forest bo itmired in thin Mmplo a very little thought will show why this is 11- 0llfrllt of all cut down the very old stagIanti in tho meantime they lake up room and prevent nnw growth Next take out the small trees that aro ills notlookgrowth Having thus got rid of the crippled and paupers mako up your tofavorauimpntss This question must bo de CIIla according tociruumMnnccs AB n general thing whito onkred oak worthhavingwood mire very good where they can loflarII BOIIIO places car Iw oldlit n fair price Irouwcod bawl home curb apple are ornamental nt best but of no practical value What over decis lon you arrive nt cut out what for your purposes are weeds as you go along each tree of this kind cut out makes room for a totter ono to grow yearsflailproved and coni oscd of nothing but sound trees of most val uable Kinds Willronsin Agriculturist t mkroaffnwf ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS ArCi tNCIlEyltBEREA COLLEGEFOLNfn Over 20 teachers 700 students from 20 states nest library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sudlcicntly advanced to get n teachers certificate I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two II Model Schools preparing for Normal nnd tho udramicelcourses For those snillclently advanced to get n teachers ecrU lien to yearsIVcachingVI for life For those more advanced = VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct TheoryIXBnrea places the best education in reach of all It is not n moneymaking institution Its instruction is a tree gift It aims to help thoso who value education and will holp themselves nnd charges a small incidental Ceo to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board Expenses for toxin 12 weeks may bo brought within 511 about half of which must bo Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good pooplo 61 all denominations For information or friendly advice address the VicePrtsident GEO T FAIRCHILD LJUI Keren Madison Co Ky I