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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r MNNNNNMNNNI i SUBSCRIBEiI I a Year to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year 1 L BI3REA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 Nom THE CITIZEN Fuullihoil at the ofllce of Till UITIKKX Huron Ky- EnttrrJ al Podoffltt al limn Ay a imml da Umallt What To Talk About Talk hqq tetra The world li wd rnouili Without yuur woCL SIIIIIIlh wholly rough 1iHjk tut the plum hat aru nm th suit clear And Mk of these to nat the Mrarjr ear Of earth heat lijr one nmtliiuoui ilraln 01 hummi IIIeorllIII nIIeleIanIIIII Tlk filth The wothl is Ixtlrr oil without Your upolvn Ignorance nr mniMd doubt II you hare falls In Odd or suits ur iwlf fay If tint push bark IlI00n Ihr ihell- Of llrttra all your IlKitigliU Ills faith hall rube Nu onr will grad brcaiiM your Ilpa are dumb Talk health Thr dreary nrvrrrlianiclnc tale Of murul maladlM l worn and Male You cannel titian or nllm t or Iliiu lly harpliK on that minor choUl dl ease Nay mare well and all kuell with yon Aral liodkhall hear your wnrili and snake them Irilfc iAb IITWrr llVtar Dout fail to wild thin liuls printed just altOolhlJ are full of wisdom Commencement Week Wednesday May JtO Memorial Day Friday June Anniversary of Lit erary Societies ElhljhiliOIlSunday Juno 3 Baccalaureate Sorinon by Her W II HUIIIUIID Aulrarn N Y Monday Jllllul AJdrom before Lituniry Societies Tuesday Junu Conoort by this Hie Department Wednesday June 0 Comuicnce incut Day Graduating Exercises a- tt01111 i Commmicomiiit Address 130 P M by RKV WALLACE XUTTINO D D of Irorideno Rhode Inland Foreign News Vesuvius ill in nu active eruption now Lord Ctirron rejiorta that 0000000 fiN receiving fainino relief in India Lieut Col Bsdeu Powell lit tlio hero of the hour in London At Mnfekitig lie son kopt nt bay over two thousand Mourn with only five hundred men- SOUNIIs bnnd guru a concert In KrollH Garden Berlin Germany It will visit nil the principal cities The band will play before Einpiror W41I tam when ha return from WeiNbadcti hnlllKe1ln lief of Mnfeking the empire In eu tote and most of the people in Eng land are taking a holiday in honor of tho ovout Every hoime and building in London is decoraUnl with lags National News Prtw McKinley signed the Froe a homes bill It is reported that the Havana pontnl defalcation amount1 to HOO 000 On May 17th 5582 immtjjrunta arrived In Now York tho largent num her over received nt any American port in ono lily Hiotiii is again reHunuxl by tho St Louis ntrikorH The cars were pelted with Htonwt uud obstructtxl by rubbinh which was piled on the track Two employee were shot Queen LII of Hawaii In 83 years old she lens an income of 25000 per year from her private property Sho at present in this country hilt leaves shortly lor her home user Honolulu Her Highness is bitterly disappoint ed ut her failure to obtain pension from Lncle Slue timid declares sits will never set foot in this country again Kentucky News Confederate Decoration Day will be observed Saturday May 2ith at 10 n III in Hiehmond The commencement exercises of the r colored high school of Hiehmond wore held Friday evening tiny 18th The fourteenth annual session of thu Kentucky Cliuiitniiimi will be hold at Woodland Park Lexington Juno 26 to July Ii The Supreme Court of the United States refuses to sustain writ of error in the contest for the governorship of Kentucky Justice Harlan says the peoples rights are trampled and do nouces the actu of the General Assem bly as unworthy of consideration in any court of tho land I THE CITIZEN u Locals and Personals Bicycle for stile at CITIZEN Ollico Mitts Laura Hurdettu has hell ill the past week Miss Flora Edwards was ill tho first of tint week Sue list of Field Day events and prizes on last page Dr E H McCoy mid family arrived home yesterday from Indiana A line 12 pound boy was horn to Mr and Mrs Cliurles Sharp Tuesday Deputy RherilT Preston lull HOII Ofcar were in Mt Vernon lust Friday It B Wood ford returned front Win ehestnr Monday where he has been visiting reatives Mrs Lizzie Ilayden of Hyatsville anti tires II N IiiiRHC1 were hero last week visiting relatives and friends Miss Edith M Fairchild who hills laen teaching nt Ciimbcrlniid Gap is home for Commencement A party of students and teachers were at White Hall last Saturday to visit tho homo of Cassius M Clay Thomas Shockloy died at his home in Heron Thiirsday of last WCtknutl was burried in Itockcustle county Friday The Printingollicn has been run ping nn extra largo force this weok in getting out the now catalogue and The Hcrca Quarterly Quite n number of Heron citizens will attend thus State Encampment of G A It in 1m skid at Lancaster Thurwdar nod Friday While drilling n well on tho Lester farm ill the Glades last week con oiderabl gas was found and the water contains some oil For Whoopingcough Asthma Bronchitis or Constitution no modi cine equals CousKons Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 ore S 111elch Jr Ed Pritchard n former student of Heron but who is now running a typo etling machine on his fathers daily paper at Piqun 0 is visiting old frond horn- ExCounty Superintendent Mrs A T Million Wail in Ikroa last week in the interest of tho Mtitinl Invest flout Co whose Intl rest site so ably represents Judge VauWinklo will probably nssini her III writing for Do rea andvicinity In constipation Herbino nfTortis n natural healthful remedy acting promply A few small doses will us ually bo found to so regulate the ox cretory funtions thnt they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price 50 cU S E1Pelch Jr The Pike Mooting at Manson Hall last Monday night was well attended by our citizens and a large delegation from WnlUcoton and vncinity There was n strong discussion about tho route of the piko whether it should go through Cartersville or Wallace ton and no decision could bo arrived at IIufficiolltInor keep n good complexion hood when digested is tho baso ofall health all strengthand all Iwntity Horbine will help digest what you eat nnd givo you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Prico 50 send 75 cts S E Welch Jr Dont Leave Berea t I Without laying in n summers sup ply of writing material front the Printing ollice You cant get it nt home as cheap as we eau sell it to you A Milts present to tho homo folks will be n nice lot of paper and envelopes Field Day luiiiunow is Field Day The field events will take place at the fair grounds in the morning at 8 oclock Tho tennis gamin will take place on ProC Masons lawn nt 130 p in while the Imto hall game will ho lit Lincoln Park III tt0 Memorial Day Memorial Day will be observed nt Bores Wednesday May JiOth An excellent program IIIIH been prepared anti among the speakers are Hon Vm B Smith and nor Win Boss Lloys of Richmond Profs T White E 0 Dodge and L V Dodge Morning exercises at 930 iu Tuber uncle March to Cemetery at 1100 Afternoon exercises at 200 Z7Z Z Z7Z7 ZZtjr A OF IIIWK sire I111 11 J11 with the Txiweatiirlefil rightly made absolutely ItwdClotliliiK III Aimrlca ItlKlUlrmnde lit of famoui Vital llrani use olily naddo wrarIntldugTailored Oil aMrictly Mlrntlflc bolt in cleats well vrntllatMt workroom Perfect fitting mid warIIIIII be auC the liuldc the Vital1 liltvery lift of the icimncnt cnrefulneu In snaking reprwnls the ex lraditureufSusie andtllught and n toclo1 nmlmt to the tAllorlllg ern In froidylomitr nothing The Fabric that we show arc the very newtoU willI lIlh sdaou liT cullanci l aeltlltety to le in the tare of OW IolllOlglIh faru Thu extraordinary feature combining our great otlcr that we JJJ all our Clothing at O e LESS MONEY I Thou olnwlirre How run we afford to11III hlgh gnde Clothlnif lor less money theulwhure Ouratuncrlaptireandlmp n out li atnodcrntortontructedp itriffllyim pr0zrrIYe plan oOrllotliliifla wild on the JJJIoRICHMONDd II a 2 tZ CS T A ROBINSON J a1Ra Otseue I have saint curious instrumcnta to detect eye troubles tend to measure eye defects Invention has done wonderful things in devising instruments thnt reveal tho secrets of tho oyo to the otpert examiner Dofectivo vision causes more headache that all other bodily ailments Tho remedy is properly fitting glasses I make the examination the eye fretI the latest works of Scientific writers I have made myself acquainted with nil new discoveries as far as they apply to my business Careful conscientious servico is my specialty If your case is beyond my practice I will toll you so Hospectstdly T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician H KICK A KY Pres McKinlwyjsoou after the adjournment of congress will proceed to Canton where he will live quietyl this summer Over 1000 rural fast delivery routes have been established in the United States which reach the homes of 100 000 formers Many a fair yotflig child whoso pallor lists puzzled the mother until she lusts suspected rightly her darling wits troubled with worms line regain ed tho roar hue of health with n few defies of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr The first examination of white teachers for certificates to teach in Madison county was held Friday and Saturday of last week Examination for colored teachers will bo held next Friday rand Saturday Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headacho Sick Headache sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns nnd till pain nUll intlanmtiou The most penetrating liniment in tho world Price 25 and 50 ale S E Welch Jr Dennisons Specialties are needed in every place of business and nearly every home At the PrintingofficeThe And IerHons Awny From Home During Tune Tho count of the people in the United Stntes will begin in all parts of the country Juno 1 and end in the cities two weeks later and in the rest of the country before the close of the mouth The people are to be count ed nt their places of residence but as Itiauy persons and families will be away from their homes during June there id some danger that such per sons will not bo counted If they are not counted tho locality in which they live will be misrepresented to that extent nod in some cases this misrepresentation may ho enough to affect tho representation in Congress of the State from which they como Local pride and state pride therefore should influence all such absentees to take reasonable precautions against being omitted from enumeration in their places of residence Such omis sions are most likely to occur in the largo cities where families close their homes aud go elsewhere for the sum mer Tho occurauce of the Paris ox position this year is likely to increase tho number absent from the country In all cases contemplated absence the head of the family is requested by the Census Office to communicate with the supervisor of the district iu which he lives lIe is also requested to leave information regarding his answers to the questions which are to asked with some responsible neighbor who will agree to see that it reaches tho enumerator on his rounds Such information might better be loft as a memorandum in writing as iu that ease it is less likely to be overlooked The questions to which answers are desired apply primarily to tho popu lation but also to all forms and manufacturing establishment They urn Ixing published trout time to time in the prcss of the country By taking this trouble tho ubsoiit citizen will do justice to his locality nUll Ifs slate aud materially aid the Census Olliice in the performance of its duties Address John Bright Stanford Ky Census Supervisor of the Eighth Congressional District or E L Hohinsou Preeint Xo 50 Berea or M M Miller Precinct xo 51 Berea of the Sixth Magisterial District For Sale 37J acres good Estil county laud Young pouch orchard and some apply trees Small cottage nnd out buidings Good limestone spring lasts all summer Laud lies four miles southeast of Pauola milload station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 201 Beroa Kor 321 Wells St Chicago I1L Three Boer generals nre said to be captured by tho British I AN INDEPENDENTII WEEKLY J I60c Devoted FOR CASK priceshaveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of good work rind reasonable prices is that ice now have customers in all parts of the State When you tram Anything in the monument linetLet tu know and we will tend you design and prices JX Headstones 600 up to any amount I Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Propnoo Berea Ky f WORMSFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies SOX 3D 3Y ALL aRTJCiby +x F BALLARD St Louis ISold by S K Jr 11701 t Dntil rthiiticI Subscribers to CITIZENI also The Tleado Blade or The Loiisville Commercial For SOc a Year All for 1 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once subscriptions must come IAll THE CITIZEN J C MORGAN Dental Surgery Office Hours S to IS 1111 to 3 P Jf National Bank Building Richmond Ky62SOO ATTENTION MILL MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and ticket Mills for cutting Lath Ticket Chair and other Small Dimension Stock from the round block Send for circulars MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan 173m DEXTAL SURGERY A WilKES D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Itrnlilrnce No 02 Office Nn 00 62800 fp i RritsADVICE 3 PAltNfcOILIttf I Notice In Inventive Age Hook now toobUiu IutenU 1DESIGNS FREES Ctuirgti moderate No fee till tent Is secured Letters itrlcUr confidential Address E SIGGERS Patent LewyerWsthington WHITES I CREAMI GSSTI9X- rre JAMES WELCH SMITH CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C I OQG Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But Tin Best Finish at the Lowest Prices 6oo bURTON The Photographer DEALER IN AMATKUK SUllLlES- Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Berea a specialty 6200 CIF HANSONSLIVERY 62SfJO You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glusei that are not properly adjusted to your eyes are dangerous I know It tlhieEyes examined free A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician 62800 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery IEerea Ky Oflice in Hanson DId 93QO E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky r22eea A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYEPILE lL 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 BoTTia GO COITS f r RD Sole Pro rletor 3HJI ail Mali istST LOUIS ML e I THE CITIZEN A WKKKLY NKWSlAliHl IIBIIKA KHVIUCKY Lord Heauehnmp the governor of New South WillIs while vlsltlnj the sclHcrl s of New Castle recently was entertnlned nt n banquet 300 feet un der ground Thin lilting room win JO ftet long 15 wide mid 9 feet llph Seventy guests sat down to dinner Tl cro was no indication that the room was really n BUbtcrranean chamber u llwnng Chunphuel an educated young Cliinaiuan of the highest caste who represented China nt the court of Spain three years ago Is visiting friends in Boston Ho Is making a close study of American educational Institutions upon which he reports o his government and will visit liar vard mid several of ho high schools during his sojourn in the Hub The output of oil In California has Increased from 121513 barrels in 1595 to 2202123 barrels in 1S9 The prospect is that the output for the present year will be much larger than tluit of 1899 California now ranks fourth among the states In the union In petroleum production Indications of petroleum lire found in all the counties of the state from San Diego to Siskivou Princess Victoria of Wales granddaughter of Queen Victoria decided pome time ago to learn a trade and selected booubinding as the one which best suited her abilities Since then she has worked to so much pur pose that the juryof an exposition held In London for the purpose of displaying the work of bookbinders all over Kngland conferred n prize upon an unknown MST Matthews who turned out to be the Princess Victoria A curious spectacle Is afforded tray clirs on the Motion railroad at Monon Ire the junction of the main line and the Indianapolis division Two of the rough trains carrying dining cars meet there and the dining cars are set out The cooks clean their kitch ens throwing the refuse out and tho chickens In the neighborhood ome nnd feed on the scraps There Is not p chicken within a half mile that does not recognize the whistles of tilt engines pulling the passenger trains A deal has just breTt closed where by a St Iouis brewing association purchases about ISOOOO pounds of corks The deal represents 100000 In two years this company will deliver to the company upwards of 100 000000 corks This Is said to be one of the biggest deals In corks ever made fhese 100000000 corks in bulk weighing 480000 pounds would sup port 240000 men on top of water were they to be thrown overboard each with a single lire preserver on 1happy accident backed up by months of hard work and careful ex periment has finally succeeded in producing a light pink American Jleauty rose a consummation which has been the despair tf florists for years The new rose has been devel aped in Philadelphia nnd Is a true American Ileauty In everything l1lt color Some of the light pink 1ns- C11IS produced this season mlaslJrlcl- fhe Inches In diameter It will be at least two years before the new rom Is generally placed on the market A charter has been issued to this Charleston exposition The corpora tion Is to be known as the South Cir fellnn Interstate nnd West Indian Kx position Co The purposes of the ex position are stated to be for the ex hibition of the arts industries and re bources of South Carolina and the West Indies and such other states countries and nations as may desire to participate The capital stock of the exposition company Is to be 20 000 and the shares are to be divided into certificates of stock of 5 each If the efforts of the John Brown an rociation lire successful the 100th anniversary of the birth of John Hrown will be marked by the rescue of his birthplace at Torrington Ct from premature destruction For some time the association has been endeavoring to secure the funds nee csfary to purchase the place restore It and provide an income for its maintenance The condition of the Iiouse Is far from good owing to lack of care It has been occupied by n family of Negroes for the last ten or twelve years Thn Glasgow corporation following the example of Liverpool has decided to provide window flower boxes for the purpose of brightening tho city The boxes are to be of an at tractive design and will be lent an nually for a period of about six prlllrllhlrtJlOloughfares and in the poorer districts A deposit of Is Is required hut If ths box be returned In good condition at the close of the season this will ba refunded n The fiery crater of Vesuvius now suddenly silent was explored the other lIly by some Neapolitan scien tific men who discovered that the cone has disappeared engulfed In the crater Several theories are pro pounded as to why the eruption ctascd at a time when the output was ktrorgent also regarding the disap pearance of the cone The general belief Is that the cessation of the pyrotechnic1 display Is lilt to sub provilvnthai1wL L WHEN ROSIN COMES Ratn may tall a pouring torrent Bklei above be dark and drear Winds may howl with sound abhorrent When Roslna comes to see us All the world seems bright and clear Oh the music of her laughter Oh the sunshine In her eyes Row It lingers tong time afterl When Ilostna comes to see us Gladness cornea and discord dies Oh the sympathy ant sweetness That she has for everyone Sorrow tiles with suddcn fleetness When Tloalna comes to see us- A the mists before the sun Bhiva bit of Heavens own beauty Ann to her what Is Is best Life means love and sweet li datjr When Itoslna comes to see us On that day we have been blest Judith Spencer In Good Housekeeping ill I A ilirring Story of tfiylgny Life in rfcc fVSlityxjics Copyright ty F Tennyson Seel- yCHAPTKU XII COKTIMTD And Canker came and listened It was admitted that Gray lied had long talk with the prisoner took him Is overcoat newspapers etc but in extenuation they were members of the same college society and their social standing was outside the army on the tame plane Gray deserved reprimand and caution nothing more As to the carriage he hind nothing to do with the one that drove to camp that night A man In the uniform of a commissary sergeant giving the name of Foley how Canker winced had ordered it at the stable and taught the driver Killar ney Gray had phoned for n carriage for himself hoping to get the officer of the days permission to be absent two hours to tell his story in person to the general who was dining with the de partment commander He never got the permission and the carriage went to the wrong camp Lieut W F Gray was released from arrest und returned to dutyI never be able to thank you enough said he sentimentally to Mist Lawrence nt the Palace that evening They were strolling ill and down th corridor waiting as was Schuyler for Mildred to come down for the theater Grays curly head was Inclined toward the hark locks of his fair partner Ills eyes were fastened on her faintly Hush ing face They made a very pretty pic tore said people who looked on Know bigly and so thought tile officer in the uniform of a colonel of infantry who wkile talking calmly to Mr Prime full 30 yards away watched them with eyes that were full of sadness How could be see At that distance that her eyes clear and radiant sere seldom uplifted to the ardent gaze of her escort and were at the moment looking straight at him Ifv could he hear at that dis lance the prrttupt response given with in inclination of the bonny head to indicate her meaning Theres where your thanks arc due Mr Gray QuJe a gathering of array folks was at tile Pflace that night So nInny wives or sweethearts were going home so many soldiers abroad and Mrs Prank Garrison gay and gracious passed them time and again leaning on the arm of Capt McDonald a new devotee while poor Cherry with an enamored swain from tile Presidio languished in a dim secluded corner She had been recalled by parental nu thorlfy and was to start for Denver under matronly wing on the morrow Mrs Frank had been bidden und ox pected to go at tile same time but that authority was merely marital Up to this time not one army wife hInd been permitted to accompany her husband on Lilly of the transports to Manila though one heroine managed to get carried away and to shinto her liege lords stateroom as far us Honolulu The general and his stallY wJfl n big regiment of volunteers were to salt on the morrow the other regiments as fast as transports could be coaled and made readySomething III Mrs Garrisons gay triumphant manner prompted a sore hearted woman sulTcring herself at the coming parting to turn uud say Well Mrs Garrison I suppose that after your husband sails youll have to follow the rest of us into grasswidow hood One thing that made women hate Margaret Garrison was that she could never be taken down and the answer Collie cuttingly it was meant logo ntn though a merry laugh went with Votl When the ship I want h ready I go with itl Hut as slId turned triumphantly away the color suddenly left her cheek and there was an Instants fuller As though he hud heard her words Stan icy Armstrong too had suddenly turned and stood looking sternly Into her eyes CHAPTER XIIT Still another expedition wnit destined to start for Manila and keen wus the rivalry among the regiments held to Jolly drill at San FruncUco The rumor was current III the cutups that the next review was to decide the matter and that the commands pronounced to be foremost in discipline and clllciency would be designated to embark The ransportn that hud conveyed the enl lier expeditions to tile Philippine be gun to reappear In the bay and coaling and refitting were hurried to tile ut most The man most eager to get away was Stanley Armstrong and if merit were to decide the matter It was con utlcd among the volunteers that III Hunt of style nnfl equipment till Trinicvn1 ludfs jcM ovvr 01 porn petltors even thoughevery competitor believed itself more than n match for the Dudes if actual campaigning and lighting were in contemplation Sen ators and members from the states represented by the volunteers at Sun Francisco led burdensome lives for of ficers nail men were pulling every wire to secure the longedfor orders for nil Immediate voyage to Manila when all on n sudden the hopes of all were crushed Spain had legged for peace Xo more men can be sent to Manila said the officials consulted antI Camp Mcrritt put on mourning forthwith Hut Armstrong hail been studying the situation and was not easily daunt ed lie was a whose opinion car ned weight and from the very first he had maintained that while 15000 or 50 000 might be men enough to hold Ma nUn 50000 might not be enough to sub due at once hit forces of Agulnnldo In ease they should turn upon the Amen cans which said he placidly they will most certainly do before we arc n year older Tile Dudes therefore much to their disgust were kept steadily at work Other regiments profiting by example followed suit but III others still n small proportion of their membership believing as they said that the jig was up took to lawless and unhal lowed expression of their disgust and became thereby n nuisance to the neighborhood San Franciscans who had wept copiously when others sailed away would have seen these patriots sent into exile without shedding a tear Uvcry man of this command will yet be needed and yet be sent said Armstrong So too did the veteran division commander and the brigade took heart accordingly The hint of the regulars with the recruit detachments for regiments already in the Philip pines had been shipped to Honolulu there to await orders and September seemed destined to go by without a change for tile better In the prospect of the men still left in ramp about the reservation The Primes convinced at lust that the boy they sought was not to be found in California hail gone to Santa Anita visiting their kindred the Lawrences nun Armstrong buckling down to hard and constant work was striving to persuade himself Unit he did not cart that the mornings no long er brought with them the carriage and the fair face of that gentle girl the de partment rommander himself hud gone to take a look at lila new responsibil ities III Hawaii little Mrs Garrison still held court though with dimin ished retinue at the Presidio when one tiny just as October was ushered III there came a message from till adju tant general In Own Would Arm strong drop in nt the ofllee nt the fhnit opportunity A matter of sonic im lent a iite Imd come up In the generals first letter from Honolulu one on which Armstrongs opinion IRK de sired and the colonel hoping for lid hiss of a chance to move even that fur to the front made immediate oppor tllllil anti took the first car for the IMieliin building The adjutant gen r al looked up from a littered desk hs Armstrong entered It Is good of you to come so prompt 13 said he Im IA a stew to tell tile cm he sitv the mlstie s of the house trulh and I want your advice Thet lie tapped his lieU Kxcti r me to any one who comes for tIll next ten min utes said he lo the attendant who entered have business with Col Armstrong No soner did the orderly vanish than the man of the desk whirled full on the man of the saddle Armstrong said he you defended Gray and protcil him innocent What ellI has Canker against him- Nothing that I know of v by- liccnusc lies got him In arrest again nt Honolulu nnd tile chief It worked up over something Look heredo you suppose did you ever hear about cer taut letters that were stolen from Gen Daytons tent 1 heard yes Why And the look of disappointment wlilnli had appeared In the grave face of the colonel gateway to one of alert Interest Just rend that said the staff of ficial holding forth n letter Ilegin there nl Later And Armstrong read his forehead slowly grooving into something very like a frown Later may have to remain here several days Canker with the tccnlh went ahead before news of the protocol could stop him hut he leaves Ire a number of sick Lieut Gray charged with using threatening and in subordinate language to his command lag olllcer among them and Gray down itlt brain fever The IsI say he Is too ill to be dUlurbed and side of the story Is hard to get nl ns tIle boy Is too Highly to talk sense Irom Cankers ownndmisslon learned hat he accused Gray of inuring know edge of the whereabouts of that packet of letters stolen front Gen Draylons tent nnd the youngsters replywas furious Canker hnd to place him in arrest line prefer charges When asked If he were sure of his ground inI making so serious an accusation he dc jlured he hind proof positive at least he would have the Instant they reached Manila nnd his intention was to take the boy along wllliliim lobe tiled there j b courtniQillnl where go iiicMHng outsiders ns he told could buy oft witnesses It was plain that he con sidered himself out of my jurisdiction nut that he resented my MntT ofliccr questions Hut Dr Morrow had ap pealed to me In behalf of Gray Said that If compelled to continue a Iris once aboard that transport under Can kers tyrannical rule Gray might be goaded into insanity He was In n condition bordering on brain fever when Morrow clime to tee me and In another tiny was raving That settled It ordered him taken off and placed In hospital here and Canker hind to go without him Hut I wish you would see Armstrong and tell him about Gray so that may know the whole situation ns soon IIrlllIrn Clinker evidently Intended not to let us Know his proofs lie probably believes that he will find n more credulous and complaisant lis tener in Drayton butt lila Insinuations pointed lo Gray as nt least an nliettor III the theft and he went so far as to say that if Armstrong could be brought before Ihe court some tery Interesting testimony could be dragged from him and finally that both Armstrong anti Mrswvhl the wire of n stall ofliccr who Is already well on the vuiy to Ma nila might be compelled to tei lify cannot bring myself to repeat more that he said hit he was in ugly and al most defiant mood fluId had In git e tutu n dressing down You may sny lo Arm strong for me thnt do not believe one word of Canker calumny at lila ex DolIt Drayton Immediately on his arrival and it in best that Armstrong should be prepared As for the hidy Canker said slit and Armstrong were close friends when they writ nl ort Stan italic ten years ago though they no longer meet as such And that linings me to another that ler I declined jMisilivcly lo allow two or three ladles wives of olkcri lo go on to Manila with Cankers command anti they said hint as hail promised Mrs Garrison a passage hind no right to refuse them Pressed for their authority two s cry estimable w omen told me t hut at the Presidio 10 don before we sailed Mrs GnrrUnn openly boasted of having my promise In Fend lien on the very next steamer Now who is really the fabricator told lien positively that with my consent she should not go nnd she laughed de lightedly and said hr only u Urd as- a matter of form the whole thing had already been settled Just see to It limit if any more tran Kirts start lie fore my return lit woman it permitted aboard except of course nuthiiriied nurses Gray Ia very sick ln tonight hut you might wire liU fathlr Mixing iinthlng of the ftrreM that the doctors art confident of his recmery in course of lime- Armstrong read these gis twice over before he looked up How did hllo let ter tOlllt lIe nJoliltl 113 the Salvador yesterday And tile next mull for Honolulu queried Armstrong rising from ills chair ntid handing back the folded let ter The next mall closed an hour ago man The China Mill at Iwo 0 oIlier boat for n week Where ore you going now 7 To Fmp for ten minutes turn to the Iresidio Oh como over to the club ansi have a bite fintl saul the adjutant general rising and wriggling nut of lila uniform coat nt he did so wont keep you half nn lieu r ThaI half hour may prove prrrioui antwcrrd Armstrong trendy nt the door Many thanks all time same Well hold on What nm I to say to the general as lo Gray und those let tens nsld the staff olllcer intent upon ths subject uppermost in lila mind at the moment You cnnl say anything that will reach him be fore he returns You have just told me no other boat would start for n week Hy that time hell be com lag home And with that Armstrong let himself t1iit and strode to tin cle tutor leaving his friend to cogitate an the question over lila luncheon It was decidedly that ofilccr opinion that Armstrong knew much more than he would tcl lint Arnihtroiig knew much less than lie himself believed Hastening bUlk In camp nnd ordering his horse he was soon speeding up the slope to Ihe wind uwept heighU overlooking the Golden iiiitc The morning d opened line us silk lint by the sky vui hii ilen in cloudh und the breath of the blew in salt and strong The wIllie iup were leaping on the crett of the surges thriving in through the straits nnd the surf bursting high on t lie faggtd rochs nt tin bust or thit chills A little coast steamer from Santa liar tiara way came pitching und plunging in from sea and one or Iwo vcnlure sonic craft heeling far to Inward lore through the billows and tossed Tar astern a frothing wake With mines and tails streaming in the stilT gale the troop horses of the Fourth luvnlry WTC cropping ut the scanty lierbugc down the northward stout ind the herd guard nearest the road osl his grip on his drab campaign hut nl he essayed u salute und galloped oil stint chase down the long ravine to Ihe east as the colonel trotted brisk y by One keen glance over the bay icynnd rocky Alculrnx had told him flue China was not yet away from lien iler He might have to send a dispatch that swift sleamer anti even then II would be six days getting lo Hawaii tr the department commander should hy that time be on his homeward jouf icy the Information would still be of merest lo the genera commanding the tew military district at the Cross toads of Ihe n el lie nnd of vast bcne lit possibly to his late client Mr Gray lit wondered what Cankers grounds oull be for saddling so foul a sugpl IInlln the hays good name lie won IcMd how iotg thai poor lad would itivc to struggle wllh this attack of- fever l1ud rr moii v rlir imiiij cooicious of this laittt indignity D i wondered If Amy Lawrence yet kn w of that serious seizure and If the Hid what would be her sensations P wn the winding sloping road he urgtd his way Glencoe Ills pet charger marvel Ing at the unusual gait The cape of the sentrys overcoat whirled over the sentry s head and nwlshed lila Clip off ns he presented snail to the tall soldier spurring vast the guardhouse I envy no one who hurts to put to ten this day said Armstrong to himself ns he turned to the right anti reined up In front of a little brown cottage peeping out from a mUM of vines and roses shivering III the wet wind Half n dozen strides took him across Ihe narrow 1Ik and up tIle wooden step With sharp em phasis he clanged the little gong bell screwed to the hack of the door anti waited Impatient of the servants com IllS There was no answer He rang again nnd stilt again nnd no tine came A glance at the windows told that the white lace curtains hung there draped ns prettily ns ever Vresh tlolrlloo1U- II the window sill A shawl and a pillow the latter Indented as by n hUt man head lay In the lounging clIniC on till little porch Another chair stood tOil n few feet sway There wiu even n hun though fans in a Frisco summer ure less needed than furs but nowhere saw he other sign of the tern jxirary mistress of the house lie wect round to a side window anti ra prd No answer Then hI turned to lIlt walk again and taking the reins bath the orderly inquire next door If Mrs Garrison could be found Yes wot Ihcanxwcr sue went thriving loGoldrn Gale Park wllh Mrs Sloekmnn an hour ago and Mrs Stockmnu was to leave for Im Angelrs flint night Odill If Mrs Garrison drove to Golden Gate Park the easiest and best way was that along which he came nnd he had met no carriage In fact tint since that night at the Ialncr hall he irtrveson Mrs Garrison or until the coming of his sorrowful news about Gray hnd hr eared to From all that he hearth Mrs Frank was enjoying herself at the Presidio Cherry having gone title way nail her devotee another Mrs Frank speedily summoned chum of old garrison days lo come nnd keep house with lien for awhile anti Mm Stockman whos lord hail left lien at the rail of duty and gone to Mnnlla with his men right gladly accepted sail much en joy iil the fun anti frolic that went on night after night in Mrs Franks cozy parlor or the mile ilirtition possibly In the recesses of MM Franks em bowered orch The last expedition had borne ofl almost nil the regular clement nt tIll post lout had not Irft it poor for fast us rnmp grounds could be mnilr rrndy for tuna vnstly to flit disgust of the saloon keepers anti street ear magnates who hail rrnprd rich harvest from Cnmp Mrrrlll reglmrnt nftrr regiment the tolunlrer rnmr marching over from the mnlndoroiu snail lots nail settled down In shrllrrrd nooks about the 1refidlo Sorniallrri III plenty were still to he lund cavaliers whose wiei amt sweethearts u a rtitr were faraway and Mrs Frank hosed lo console nich liS were to brrrft The chafing dish anti Scotch nnd soda were In nightly rrqursl nnd even worn en vlio didnt nt nil fancy Mrs Frank and spoke dcspitefiilly of her nmonj themselves were not slow to conic for just n minute as they said RI the evenings wore on and to slay and chat with various visitors It was to lone some und poky over home w lilt the cull ilrcn asleep amId nothing to do Women there were who ncter thickened Mrs Garrisons door after time first formal calls limit they wrreof those u2iftly felt the separation from nil they held most dear nnd who forbidden them selves heard with easy anti rvrn distress her gay assertion that she would sail for Manila Ihe moment flue Quern of Ihe fleet was ready From what Miurcc or circumstance did she de rive her influence Iin Continued A nliirnl MUmkr A few years before Ills death Allen G Tliurmnn of Ohio was engaged It counsel in n lawsuit which was tried before n country judge In one of the small towns In the central putt of the state Opposing Judge Thurman is itt u young lawyer named Cassldy who wore lila hair poniindour assumed an air of great dignity nnd wns apparently greatly Impressed with his own Impor tinier tpon several occasions during the progress of the trial Thiirmui re ferred In his legal opponent ns Mr Necessity The young man arose whenever this occurred und with grnl gravity reminded the court hut hit iiniiie wus Cnssidy Finally after tin offense had been repeated alioul n doze liunc t lie pompous attorney exclaimed must ngnin remind counsel upon tlii other side that my name is Cnssidy 1 inuit understand why he persists it maintaining that It Is Necessity f beg lie gentlemans pardon sa4 Thtirman The reason I keep getting him confuted with Necessity is pre sume due to the fact that the hut let knows no ia- svtIlitin nail InilKmrol You look sweet enough to eat cMlaimed carried away by his nilnili thin Cannibal site hissed- mean he corrected seeing that he had made n mistake somewhere Ihat you look sweet enough to kiss hshe replied now entirely ap peased there spoke a clvlllrd man nf judgment Sometimes hilt a slngli missionary is needed to bring about a loner sion Chicago Post Hilt II lun Don Uncle Hob Lightning never strike twice In flit same place Johnny I wish urns slipper didnt N Y Journal Worry unit Work It Is said that worry kills more pea pie than work probably because more fl1I1eJJ rropn ril Alllnnrr with Fnictinfl If the United States acd England shnutl- uiformanslliamlecthecomhinedstrenRth wmiM he so great that there would hi chance for enemies to overcome its In a like nun Tier when men anil women their bodily strength with Hostellers Stomseh Hitters there is little chance nf attacks rfll- mdllue The old time remedy rnriehes the blood builds up the this nerves and thcreaee the appetite Try it Wllllnsr In Show Km An honest nun who hail ernr d 4comphunienteulOne ladtalll with could have seen Whereupon hr blushed anti stammered fInally pointing lo his ptM extremities muunStLouismitt TO Till WAI A Dnniirr In flrhiolrnoni anil llnvr t Irrvrnl II ttifftreattenor walls of churches ichoolhnune hoe rejiositomiemofditease are taken These walls should always ba coated with a clcvin saul rement such as Alafafrtinr which n disinfectant in its nature anil more convenient lo renew and retint than any other wall coating The first cost is no greater than for inferior work while renewal are more easily and cheaply nude u l nvrrlr mr Krlrnitthlp Iani to r to you roared the rrd fared jia enger that I am I friend to the- lhoie all the lime Well said the ilim pattenger who was in a corner of the ear where he couldnt escape hadnt thought much about ItIou are with them Iam sorry them myself Indianapolis Preii Un nnr Iect Act and nnrn Shake Into your shoes Allen ootIa powder for the feet It make light or New ItchingHtvnlheutFect Alt IIruIol and HhC Stores cc littmilru sent KIIKK Addiesa U OIra ted Io Hoy N V It is not rtiiidemi rood form for a red hsiml girl In ride a Iwycle This it important antI hould be remembered Danville Commercial It requires no ezjwricuire to with IITSU UII iirs Hlinply balling lIlhtIICcsurlHuhllly It oinelimrs happens thief a man of re sources i one who has uigeniuiu methods 11117zewsA U Strand Grantrllle 1a wrote A prkelet boon his linn given Ihr lubv world lcwdenstheirdebtIllanS Y lre t maybiHills Hair anti Whiker UyrfiOrrnU It imperil malts a bill any smaller to file it sway Philadelphia ihtiti A BloodTrouble Is that tired feeling blood lark vitalit and richness sad hence you feel like a Ui gaolall day and rant ret tested at night Hoods Sarsapanlla will ure y u Ixfium it will restore to the blnod the tuiine it nplltaOto nourwi strengthen andsusttn the muscle nerve and organs nl the body It gives sweet refreshing deep and imparts new life anti vigor to every funrtmn Felt Tired In the spring would hue no appetite stud would tech tired anti with out ambition Took Hncxlt bjr 4P4rtlIa in small dries increasing as grew stranger That Und feeling left me and frit better in every way W K ilaker lbs M Milford Ohio fit mire to get Hoods brratiim Hood Sarsapmrllla II the lleit Medicine Money tVn liny Pre pared by I II id 4 Lo- icthhSaveLabeIs Mais 4 grit tot llet of rmlumo oflVf frm tot Ib- ILHIRES Established 848 Palmers Lotion The Great BEAUTIFIER and Skin Curer For Pimples Tetter Eczema Sore Eyelids Burn and all Diseases of the Skin and Mucous Membranes that can be reached by an outward application Lotion Soap Prevents and aulits la curing all such afflictions At Druggist only WIL DOUGLAS 13 Be 350 SHOES 113 Worth 4 toS6 compared with other Indorpeti by orrr i 1000000 ncnrers I ThfarnuliHi hue W U r andrIt1I1mJno lubtiliute claimed to be II good Your duter- should kttn Ilifm not we will und a psii cnkind or Italhcr treeAlmun AllVKIlTISKII IN ITS COIVMNS HUOUII INSIST VION HAVlNd WHAT TUKV ASK toll IIKKU8INQ ALLoUMTITUTKS out IMITATIONS YEW IlWOTEBTi glees D OPSYn quick nlotend uu o- rtil hoot and HI trestinnl Ir olhllmnnla soNS Sos II Mlintid Uf Certain Corn Cure Prccc T r t I THEAMOUitISKNOWDefalcatlon I Funds is About 125000 A Rill Inlniiliirrd In Cnnpreu fn HIP Ktlrnilllhiii n f rely Anoltirr- tliniKr Hair Bnlniil Idol llf- Ilic Anlhurlllri nt llnvnim IInYIItInearly 2KM000 worth of slump here barn printed there and stet for dlKtrlliittlnn to Cuban post nllleex cut lie regarded ns a canard There s nothing here to show thnt ally stick counterfeit stump have been sent It Is heliMfd now that the whole ntory Is kiKiwn and that the nmount of the defalcation will fall between 100KM itlld 131100- N II Iteeven deputy auditor of the Uhind IIIIH miiili u LinifrK lii and gave up 1500 which won given to him byNeely to perform certiiln serIer- the tiny he left Gen Wood and the posit olllit lnxHetorn refuse to din rloKT the nature of the eon fesslna Iwrely admitting thnt one linn been Itinde but those wlm know the hitua tlon Inst that the eon fesdon ol Iteeves was the only link re i ilred It the vhnln of evldeiiee although tin prlnelal Ktnteiurntn he ban mnde will T tilrf liivestlgailon brforr they can bp acted upon II It III generally be Meted that bin nccuxntlon Is of site Htnrtllug fhnrHcter ns to render It un tie to proceed before Inlng nlwo Itilely sure of other evidence to corroborate lt- Anothrr charge ngnluM Neely Ii thnt he haN defrauded the custom nut of set inll thousand iliillnni north of diillrs by Importing hood nally fur last use large qualities of paper whlrh wns aflenvanl sold to a printing house In Havana The Cubans nrr now Wglnnlng to talk n dent regarding poslu matters the lunln Idea apparently be ing that the Americans having found so tunny of their countrymen Impll mini v iII riot proceed to cxtrcmltlc The Cubans do not believe that rlh will is extradited With the rnnfrii 1I1IIlllIIllItII by the stnlemenlN of the Ilameon polmnilcr It Ill ltlt rt1 that the ovldrnc ngiiitiKt Neely Is complete cfc cinlly In view of the assertion ol Iteeven that the HtHinpN were trot de Rtioyed when they were supposed to nlIrlhIlJ11I1II1tt nld that these wcnJ no many bundle of nper bits 3hc nrwllilftlfrll now bfgintJUJDrfc f1Irlnrhie jlcp4irtmeut has been more cjctrnvn gnntly conducted than the postal de IHirtmentWnshliiKtnn May 101st there MTIIU to Ire no law in extradite iI- the alleged enilKlcr of the Cu ban postal funds Chairman ljiy ol the judiciary committee Pins Intro il ucfil In the house an amendment to ration 5270 of the till its fill lows Provldnl thnt whenever any for partthereofporary tfiivernment of tine United States nnd the Inlted States 1ndOf congreM or through KM ill purr or olherwlho hen estiibllfiheil or iiiithorUetl governmental control rater the sunny In whole or In part any person who roiutnltn nn olTenre mid tires to the trotted Stnlen stint be Mirrenderrtl to the authorities of the Llillid Slnles and returned nail nur rendered to tin iiiilhoritleN In control territoryfor1t1l1111I force In the place where such crime tins committed With regard to the contention Hint r crttrndlteNrrtyliny mild An underntnnd the Inw It IH merely n question of procedure Con gross has the niwcr to PIIMI n law for the extnidltion pf persons acciued of crime in Cuba hlucc Spain hiiricn dered sovereignly until the tnlrd titates iiKhiimed the government jf the llItIihlwould hot mike n prime of anything not nn offense before the passage of the law It relates hlmply to proced tire Mr ferry of ArkaiiKns the rnnkltig minority member of the Judiclnry committee sold the object of the hill wan to make It retroactive thillkI It cnn he made retroactive sold hIA violHtor of the law huts no vested right ns to the manner In which he fhnll he caught A Inw to extrndite nn accused ninn In my opinion would not emir under the Inhibition ngnimst ex post facto InwIHavana May ll p Thompson the mispcndrd llnvnnn postmaster wino wns acrest rut In connection wllhI havingPitswhich wns deposited in rush by the Dnnlsh consul Herr Culmet n wealthy nrdlltIi n Iliprrl Italy quit Irl rnlrum- St Petersburg May19AI dispatch from MlshnlNovgorcd nnnouncei that the inlnlstcr of nee M Dewitte IIIIH refuted the request of the Volga hhlpowncrH nod iniiinifncturcrs to In troduce nn export duty on petroleum with the view of reducing the price for consumption +TaUlola Urnmn Karbldilrn- llerlln May IIJIplslolIrllllln The Power of DurkncbK byen forbidden performance klmiiltuneoiiK ly by the censor In Lelpblci Stuttgart end dirltni m l t SCHOOLNMr r 27 100O Pnrnhlei of the Kingdom Prepared by It C Lenlnrtonl TllK IKBSON TEXT Matthew W2K4 Another parable nut The forth unto them unylnir The Kingdom of heaver likened unto a man which towed eood ired In ids field H Hut whllo men nTppt hli enemy cum and sowed Inreii among the wheat ant i went hie W Hut when the blade wee iprunic up ind brought forth fruit then appeared the lured also So the servant of the houneholdcr come and sold unto hlml Hlr tlldit not thou saw rood need In Ihy field From whence then hath It forest 28 He Raid unto linens An enemy hath done thin The rervant said unto him Wilt thou then that we go and saline them tic- S Hut he Raid Nay lest while y e other up the tares ye root up alio the wheat with them 10 Let both crow together until the harventi and In the tlmo of harvest I will ray to the reapers lather ye together flmt the terse and bind them In bundle to burn them but gather the wheat Into my barn It Another parable put he forth unto HearssIf like to a t a man look and sowed In hla Weld 21 Which Indeed la the Iran Of Reeds butt when It la grown It In th greatett amnag herbs and becometh tree that the blrda of the air come and lodge In the branches thereof SI Another i arabt snake He them The Kingdom of Heaven It Ilk hlrIn three meaRUrei e wee leavened GO1UKN TKXT The field la the world Matt 1128 NOTES AND COMMKNTS Tills lesion properly Includes tin teren pnrablen spoken at the same time M the parable of the tnvttr which wns considered last week The even parable to lie Rtmllei are recorded s Matthew 1312I2 anti Mark 4tZ635 these pnrnblra are the following Of the Tares Of the Mustard heed Of the leavn- Of lite Hid treasure Of the Pearl of Oreat Price Of the Finding Net Of the Fruitful Held The Parnble of the TRrIITII th earlier taKI of Ito growth the tares cannot be dUtlngulnbed from the wheat H Inol until nearly harvest time when the ear In developed thntlt be safely weeded out Ibis Is nn accurate picture of the church With- In Itx folds are good and bail alike Not nil who have taken upon themselves the torts of service to ClirUt are Ills dlkrlple On the other hand It may be that outside the church there are true disciples of our Lord Church fellow ship truly Ik better because Of the helpful asioclalloiiH anti the greater Incentive to do Christian work but within the church who Is to ray which are the wheat and which the tares Jeius zayrlhit by their frultaye shall know them therefore hi Ills OVtHtme the great Lord of the fount will sep arate the goal flan the ball It III well to tibte lint there Is noth- Ing In the parable counter to the tench lag of the last lesson concerning Inv dustrious cultivation of the soil Thorns nnd known weeds must not be allowed to flourish hut should be plucked nt once The parable of the lower and of the three should be till tinguished The strut In the latter parable la not the word of lou Lilt rather till children of the kingdom The Held Is the world rather than the henrt So In other regards the parables are very unlike Tine parable of the lower gave us one aspect of tine King dom of fiod the parable of the tares gives us another and entirely different aspect Parnble of the Mustard Seed This parable Indicates the growth In ex lent of the kingdom From the htnall rat beginnings the greatest things often conic The ChrlstlHn faith has spread abroad In a marvelous degree since this parable was spoken lint beside this broad application the pArable him nn Individual application A little faith tinny grow to ben strong stalwart fiilth More than this the Im portance of all little things shown No one known what tinny result front a single thought tlr word VnM good or harm unity eventually coupe about Parable of the Lenten Another great truth It Inculcated lucre It Is concerning the manner In which the kingdom Is to grow In another place Luke 11120 Jesus Snyst The king don of Hod couifth not with observa tion The growth of the kingdom Is quiet and unostentatious but none the less powerful nnd effective Parable of the Hid Treasure Ve will touch upon one other of these para hies Jesus likens the Kingdom of Neaten to a treiifiure that has been lost In n field A stranger happens along nail finds It He tildes It In another place In the same field for fear that another knows of its whereabouts Then he goes to tine owner of the Held and buys it It is needless to say that this does not tench thnt we are to hide our light under n bushel hut It does how how a very valuable thing ems Im part value to n comparatively worth less thing Any number of fields wer as valuable In themselves considered tints bnt they contained no extraor dinary treasure So n human life maybe comparatively worthless but the light of God In time heart transforms the life and It becomes of inestimable value The Home In the home Is found the strength of a nation If nil Is will in the hOllleI all In well In the community If wo I1rd In our homes that the marriage bond Is lightly considered there Is n hidden spring of roll which cannot fall to undermine rocicty Itov P CIVorke The Mind Fill the nilwi with good thoughts Bend the best hook lie no much 01tcupied with Christ like service that sin cannot be cntertnlnedvItev D C Jirrettt THEY SHOULD YOn K Convicts Should Be Engaged io Productive Labor fate Lan Onaiht lie Uniform necommenrliillnnii nt tnrlnilrlal Cnmmlailnn In Ha Report In Centers The Industrial commission liDS sent to congress 18 report on prison labor In siiinnlng up Its conclusions the com mission rays that all prisoner should be engaged In productive labor nnd that the state should have absolute control of their care Their employ meat with the Intention of producing revenues the report ants tends to the greatest competition with tree labor stud detracts from the punitive reform story nnd disciplinary features of the prisons Employment of prisoners on public works has1 the least tendency to competition with free labor In order to harmonize the antagonistic Inter eats of the different states the Indus trial operation of anti like in stltutlons In each mould be under tin supervision of a central ofilce Adop principlesnous conditions In many of the statue The adoption of uniform legislation forcmnlnlytromommendathotsuch part shall bccmbod led In the laws of the different slates interdictionecommerce n etc the product of convict labor sup plemented IIItAte legislation would forncall competition but In the absence of such laws the most practical step would be nn act making such goods upon their arrival In any state subject to Its laws Commlsslon ers Rmythe rind Harris dissent from that portion of the report reCommctid Ing an Interdiction of prlaon made dlasentaen fixing eight hours for n days work for prisoners PREHISTORIC MAN Thk tivlilenees of IIU Btlilenee Varlnoi 1Veatern alms to tie PrrMerrnl The hotibe committee on public lands his made a favorable report upon n bill for the regulation of monuments ruins nnd other objects on public lands The measure directs the secretary of the Inv tenor to set aside noel reserve from pub liulrlitgene and New Mexico upon which are monuments cliff welling cemeteries grave floanL1 forts or any other work ofpnhlstorle wandaboriginal wTheoceuplydlthisyears before America was discovered anti built dwellings nnd the pottery and utensils used Indicate these people were a race much superior to the Inv diane These ruins are of the greatest Inter est to students of archaeological act ence The ruins nre located n consider uptoend are visited each year by n great many people Consequently their de placeThe societies preunatlol1 IIhyrounding each ruin and providing a penalty for any destruction IAIIKIT UKPOUT Cincinnati May IS fAiTriH Cotntnoii t 35 a 4 70 Scltct butchers u 11 fjP 5 U- 5CAIVKS UxtniH 61 6 IKXiS HHcCt packers it 31 nit330i- hxed lackers i 10 fii 3 U- OSHKKP Choice 4 St i 4 hAMIlS Kxtrn 6011 J 7 7- 5lIOf It Spring pat 3 03 n 3 H- OVlliTo a red C 2aII XXo a mixed r 11 IHJllaY Choice tlntothyti13 23 mSS lUlU U IYLAUD nrrriitch dairy mvtg u Cholec creiimerv w ai- AIIMCS hto tansy n 4 1nII SIr brl 35 a 50 TOIIACCO New In rt10 75 Old 5 00 fil7 75 CHICAO- OnOfllWln patent 3 00 q 3 70 WIlKATXo a red 7a II 71 Xo 3 spring 02 ft 00 COIINNo a as ft sl- a0115No a 231411 23e KVKXO a n OHIC IIM 10 55 all LAIM Steaiii 685 u 7 03 NIO1tKF- LOItlVlu potent 3 00 n 3 8- 1511111Nov a red n Soy ONNn a inixedri 43 J OATS No a mixed KYI a7ft Id UK Mess IS 33 gfl3 o- 01181Stennn o 7 50 IIAITIMO- IIKriK Vltt patent 3 05 u 3 85 VIIKATXoared 63141 01 07 II COII NNo2mixed 111i 4tyi 27YClvllI110 90x5INDIANArOUB I11Xo 3 red J 7- 1CORNNo 2 nixed II lUYI U1 rSo a mixed rn6 IOIMSVIUK 1IOIMI Win potent 4 S3 n 4 50 1V1t1V1Nov a redr 71 COItX Mixed rr J3 anlOIIKMesaLARDSIuW tnane r 00 THE LETTER WAS GENUINE AND CONTAINED FACTS A Former Araerlcnn Settleil In Canada Flooded with Inqnlrlei appeoreelInKlnkade of Alameda Asviniboia Western Canada which caused that gentleman to receive a great many Inquiries most of them anxious to know if the letter was genuine To a large number of the inquiries answers were sent but it was impossible to reply to nil We take pleasure In submitting to our readers a specimen of replies sent by Mr Kinkade Yes the letter dated December 22 1S90 supposed to have been written by me which you saw in your local papers was geuuine and contained facts I will say of the information received from the Canadian Govern fluent agents prior to coming here I did not and u single untrue state ment The Canadian government is an honorable one and its agents dare not misrepresent this country or they would lose their job There is quite a bit of land for homcstcadlng yet a very little close to mnrket but main ly from six to twenty miles from ate thong The country hereabouts Is a prairie nearly level slightly rolling not n rough country by any means Homestead entries cost ten dollars on land tnat Inns been cancelled there Is a Ave tiollar cancellation fee extra and In some cases an Inspection fee of the dollars and where the former occupant hoe tnndc nay substantial Improvements there are small amounts to pity fur Improvements This Is n poor plnce far n poor men unless he has brains anti muscle and git and grit but with these reqtll sites he can succeed The population of this part of Assiniboia inns doubled during tine past two years There bos been as much prairie broken the past two years ns was already broken previous to 1898 C H land odd sections joining homestead land sells nt three dollars per acre Improved quarters within four to five miles of town sell nt 1000 this spring This is not a Garden of Eden lit all Xo man nerd think he can conic here and get rich In a short time without much labor hilt If he will work and be suIng he can soon be nn Independent farmer tilling his own soil And get tins good returns for his labor rIe burn coal which costs us 1S5 per load at the mines which are 20 miles southwest of us Tcopfe with stock and machinery should come in May so as to have all June to break in Those who expect to work for wages for the first year or two vhqtild come by the end of July to work through harvest and threshing and then go to the coalfields and work nil winter nnd by spring he could be ready to Imptlle homesteadA sectfon of railway land sells nt three dollars per acre The Interest Is nil figured up and a man Jinn about 71 to pay cash and If he breaks at least ten acres first break lag season his 21 Interest for the alCC1ondeight more falls which makes n totalI of 011 the quarter costs him lag all Interest 1nying for quarter of land that way Is like keeping n life Insurance policy paid only It does not take so long to do It lly n man home slertdlng one quarter And buying an other quarter gives him n chance to have a 320acre farm nil his own nnd have it pnld for In ten years and after that he is sure of an easy living if he lion good at all SIGNED W H KiNICADEi IENIIy Ilona How did they open the Paris exposition George Ive lost the piper containing the account of it Why it seas a simple end ceremony Looby stepped up Imsrfni1Who is Loamy it the president of tine French republic Lnobv and pushed away a painters ladder and kicked aside a plasterer hod and a of bricks and yanked a car horse out of the way and tore down the Positively No Admittance cardfn of course and scraped a lot of aml gravel awa from the bottom of the door and then gave the knob a yank and the expoiition wat wide open Simple lot Plain Dealer In the Lake Coontrr of Northern Illinois Wisconsin Minne lCIing the arrival of thousands of touruti from the oulh and Mist monrIhe lit of near by places are Fox Lauderdale aukj5ha Oconomowoc Palmyra The 111al K IIbourn Klkhart and Madiion while a further off are Mitiorqua Star Lake Fran tense White Hear Minnctonka and Mar SuperiorForlImmr Homes for 1000 or for copy of our handsomely illus bakeCountry IIJlealTorol Not Too Well Done haveanythingmorefor very much Laundryman What s the matter wasn t it well done ton well done I like my shirt rare Philadelphia Recor- dpretralllln irate you had a vacation this summer Mr Cavil asked Tcnspot Well III wife took me to tine hUlbandjJudgcTo ft Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets AU druggists refund money if it falls tocuro aSc The henpecked husband finds small tan solation in the fact that she wont let any one else nag him Chicago Democrat I do not believe too a Cure for Consump lion has an equal for coughs and colds John F foyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 151000 He polite to tome people and they will at impudentAtchijone e iDdirtyIr tiara or Onto CITT or Totruo ItCA OJlSTr as Frank II Cheney makes oitth that he If the senior partner of the firm of F1 Cheney ToledoCountyhim the sum of One hundred Dol thatISworn to before me and subjcribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D A W OLBASON Halls Notary Public Catarrh Cure Is internally anti pnrlfRrtfire JJ CIIBNEY k CO 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attoredaocl railway rate tan bo aail nn onllrallon to Superintendent of ImmUrailnn Dep rtraenl ol InKrlorOitana Cintttn oraddretheUndersign- edwhowilt mall ntUici oamnhlrletcTreyn- C pni F IKULKY n Iranxratlonottaiv Caiillni or In ll K CAVBN 11lolllloldOII T 1IOIMKS iMUIanotiolU lid JA N KE 1813 WIICX VICITI0 10 AUVUnTISFlia pit rite state Ihot juii SOW the adTrUsp Ilea U JbH iuyr p r JWI t if t 1i i 1- f iM Js u WV q The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Pla- ceEarlysBicknell at Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds MCCORMICK Mowers Binders arid Twine Plwos Cultivators Harrows Rakes FRESH MEAL Wholesale and Retail See Us See Us See Us See U- sBefore a You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY I We will get you anything from Den nisons in the short est possible time At the Printingoffice IThe1 Jackson County Drip tuck Miss Susie Parsons of Berea is visiting in this vicinity Mrs Ilustin Huff has been very ill but is now improving Mrs Minerva Green of Bell county it visiting friends and relatives pore Joint Wagers has purchased the store on Warfork from 1VoodtC WoodRev J W Parsons has been called as pastor of the Baptist church of this place Preaching services will be hold tho first Saturday and Sun day of each month Clay County Ojrln I A toy was born to Mr and Mrs It- vLifforlS Many of our farmers are behind with thior work Wm Menus had a logrolling Tuosday Joseph Eversolo is preparing to enter the goods business Miss G Freeman has been very sick during tho past week T F Clark shows his broad smiles in this neck of tho woods quite fre quently Monroe Dawson the new overseer of tho lower Otter Creek road has had tho road repaIred Washington Davidson an old citi zen who was expected to die has completely recovenl Hobert Woods is building a good deal of plank fence near tho mouth oj Otter Creek Alex Means who lute been for sometime at Hockhold Tenu has returned tothis plac- eOwsley County Hvorsolc Mrs Lottie Wilson is very ill Flora Cawood was iq our midst FridayEmma Colo who has been very ill is now some better Miss Jaily Gabbard of Gabbard vs ted Mrs Margeret Moore Sunday Mrs James States of wolf Creek visited her mother last Saturday Samuel Cole and wife aro all smiles over the arrival of n now girl WBlteirReynblus of n ono ilh vi ited friends and relatives here last Saturdayand Sunday Fine boys were born to Mr and Mrs W N Duff acd Mr and Mrs J R Mooro Misses Lucy Reynolds and Dora Moore were tho guests of Miss Jennie Gabbard Sunday Jerry Reynolds of Perrv county visited his mothor Mrs Elisha Hey nolds of this place last week G B Reynolds and Miss Rosa Campbell both of Boouevillo wore married Wednesday of lust week Wm State and Mrs Delia Whita ker were married last Friday at tho homo of the brides parents by Rev Sherman Anderson SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS r1 ITHE HOME KilluM by MM KATK V IITNIM trrh r In llervn Collvce What to Teach u Girl Teach her to dress for health and comfort as well as for appearances Touch her how to darn stockings sow ou a button and mood a glove Teach her to say No and stick to it or You and moan it Teach her to make hers the neatest room in the house Teach her to have nothing to do with intemperate or dissolute young men Teach her to regard the morals and habits and not motley selecting her IIssodatesiTeach her that music drawing and painting are real accomplismcnts in the house nUll not to bo neglected if there ill time and money for their uu Teach her that the Moro she liven- within her income the more she will save and the futher from the altos house will she live Tench her to embrace every oppor tunity for rending and to select such books as will give her the most useful and instructive information in order to make the best progress in lIulIIR well as in later homo and school life Can lie Do These Things Your eighteen year old boy may have a good deal of Latin and cube root says an exchange but unless he can do the things enumerated slow he is not ordinarily well equipped as- a business man 01 an n man of the world Can h do thorn Write a good legible hand Yrite a good sensible letter Speak and write good EmglishiDraw an ordirunry Take it to the proper place in the bank to get it cashed Add a column of figures rapidly and accurately Make out an ordinary account Write an ordinary promissory note Measure a pile of lumber in your shedSpell all the words ho knows how to use Write nn advertisement for the lo cal paperIToll the niunUer of bushels of whT tlnyour7 largest bin mud their value at current rates Tellsomething about the great sue thorslludstntcslllcn of the present day KodolDyspepsia Digests what you ratartificially digests the tad andald3 Nature In streiiRtnenlnp anti recon Btructmtf the cxuaurtod digestive ore It is the latest discovered digest ant and tone No other preparation can It In efficiency It In stantlyrellevesnnd permanentlycures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sick lfcadachcGastralglaCrampsanhl- alt otherrcsultsof Imperfect digestion Prtportciby E C DeWllt A Ce Cblcupu THE FARM THI cow A Class tt llrca College by DlKlAN The Cow Stable UViitiimnl rum toil wit An upright polo fastened near thin center of tho feeding floor with a ring moving freely upon it to which is at tached a chain extending to snap of tho chain or strop around the cows neck makes a good tie Whitewash is a good disinfectant to IINU around the barn but do not use it on the floor The hunt should be supplied with windows admitting light n air It is preferable to have light admitted to time roar of the cow The windows should bo constructed as not to admit draughts of air doors also Water should be conveniently located in order tout the cow may not have to travel long distances for it in inclement weather How to feed the Cow The feeding of tho cow like the raising of a good corn upon certain well defined prinlipllH1 Our knowledge has been derived tram research of the chemist and animal physioligist on the com ositiou and functions of food and the extent to which they are utilized Food is necessary to mend tho tissues keep up hotly heat furnish growth mud force and to furnish secretions an milk Scientific feeding consists in supplying food in the right propor tions without lows To fern ft cow scientifically one must know the com position and digestibility of fowling stuffs their prope rotations and com binations and effects the cost of the different ficding stuffs must also ho tiken into consideration Cows differ in their taste and requirement smith one must know hits cow before ho can slew how to feel her To merely ttlwhnt is most easily procured as in often done is quito a wasteful prac Lice A cow may be turned on grass an soon as the can get a good bite but tho grain ration should not to dimin ished until she indicates that the is gutting enough grass to replace a part of the grain ration She should not be allowed to remain lung on II gfaRfi only a short time each dry when first turned on in the spring The Pasture No letter food exists for time milk cow than mixed jwsturngo contain ing an abundance and variety of grasses A mixture cf redtop tim othy whitoclovor and orchardgrass snake a good pasture Care should IHJ exorcised and only needs free from weedwed should sown as they injure the flavor of tho milk The cow may be kept on pasture until two or three hard frosts come then it is well to gradually change tho fund to u grainration Nothing hiss ever been produced to equal or compare with Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative and healing application for filer fissures blind and blooding exter sal or internal tumid Itching and Bleeding of the Rcchtum Tho relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 eta in bottle tubo 75 cts S E Wlch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS A CIIANCK 101BEREA COLLEGEFOlta6r1 Over 20 teachers TOO students from 2O states Best Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT suflicleiitly advanced to get a teachers certificates I Trado Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal nod tho advance courses For those sulllclently advanced to get a teachers vertllloate III Farming anti Agriculture gardening stock raising forestry otctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking otctwo years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Rod OVAII Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Rerun General Hospital Two vireo in tho cum of tho sick Boron places the best education in reach of mill moneymaking institution Its instruction is a fceo gift It aims to help those who value education ai p themselves and charges small incidental foe to uncut expenses of tho fchool apart from instruction t must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo hrou ht within f2J about half of whtuhitTho school is endorsed Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of- all denominations for in formation or friendly advice address the Virelresldent GEO T KAIltGlIILD Lfc D Bcreu Madison Co Ky t THE SCHOOL A Story ttWritten In five vlmptvri by tire 1in vreiit num ben of Otllo miss Literary Society ChArTER III Mrs Kdworths face lighted up as this encouraging ray of hope gleamed in the darkness Shim had vainly hoped that the fa liter would relent that hits love would overmaster his auger Mrs 1orthHlid Julia am thinking ofn position in Boverton wheio my friend Mr Maywood lives Ho always hits mi assistant hook keeper 1ltHlMin was with him lust jear and so fur this but wants to leave I will write Mr Maywood at once and if ho hits not yet found a clerk he will think consider any olin whom I may rccoineud In a few days the ansucr amoask ing that William report at his ollico within a welk- Williollllmti been spending ROIIIO time with relatives about fifty mile from the college which ho hall for merly attended Ono Saturday after noon while going out fora strollwith his cousin hIItopp1 at tho little country post oflico aunt was surprised to receive a letter from hits mother all it land been only two dHlnco hor long weekly opistlo Gnu it bo that omo ono is sick Or has tether de cided to ttmv como hose Then questions flashed into Wil liams mind lint it was neither of these causes that tent the letter His mother wrote him of tho opening at H sent him Mr Maywoods letter nUll asked him to go promply and to snake himself neetlril in the new pest tionWilliam found at D that ho could fun a helpful little num by working five hours and could at tho came time take work in ono of till best small colleges in the East lie was greatly please with his now home and worked ns ho lots never worked before What money ho nmlod above what ho could eani was sent him by his mother anti he found that he coup finish his college course here in four years During the numtnor ho had a posi tiolront1i lakes lime sped rnpd ly It was always good to get back to school frietxlajiH the fall iHBt U often loDgwi for the der old feoraie and usightof his mothers face Sister Annio wan almost a young lady nod little Oracle his idoloho would walk till earthly paths uo more At B tile time passed so swiftly that tho hours seemed winged TIm college boys were all stirred ton jealous emulation ono tiny by the arrival of tho assistant music teacher a beautiful maiden with blue eyes and flaxen hair Williams head wan turned and while ho said less than tho other boys ho won his way quielj into time favor of tho lovely creature Now the four years era almost gone Tho graduating clans is n large ono Tho memlwni are invited to lawn pnrtder to socials hero and parties there Thu public exercises of the college begin sometime before comineccment lint with all tho fee tivity William hen found Unit to Ixi much In the company of the music lonelier Ho found time too occassionly to- ask himself what his future could bo When ho took an invctory of his pow ers they Roomed very limited on tho practical stile Ho had something of an education but What will he do withltT Commencement fell on Thursday this year BIIIInR was tho custom Wednesday was college day It wens there that tho seniors came forth in all thuir glory to show the inutar class men how things should bo done Yearn ago tho outgoing class hail planted an ivy at the corner of Scicnco Hall and the climbing vine was the symbol of tho aspiring clues in that it was ever growing over climbing and over reaching out for greater timings It was not to bo expected that each following class should plant n vino but this class had handed down to tho Juniors tho spade with which tilt ivy was planted This spado wits no ordinary tool for it loud been Wade specially for time occasion Tho lower part was of silver with the class lute upon it and with ample space for the dates of coming classes rime handle was of tho most exquisitely carved ebony tumid it was with much pride that each class received the wonder keepingIt from one class to another without n single break in time order of things but this your promised a change The solo and reason being that tho Son ions hinted tho Juniors Never ox- clllilllotilln excited SOlliorIIl tin under class possess tho apace Of course when tho Juniors heard this s thoy worn just ns determined to have it as the others wore that thoy should not Continued next week T