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MHMIHNMN NNIHLNIN r SUBSCRIBEiI I TODAY I i HE CITIZEN fREXFORD RAYMOND Editor rubs shed at the otee o- lTII12 OrriKUX llcrea Ky newest at the Jottoffltt at lima Ay M ictond elms tuattmatttr Foreign News TherorIt it said that many lives were lost in nn uprising against British Hulo in North Borneo The eyes of tho world are now turned from South Africa to China Tho outlook is vory dark Tho Orange Free Stato has boon formally annexed to Great Britain as the Orange River Colony Sir foreign jwwojfl the United States included have lIon troops to P ktn on account of tho boxers riots In Canada as well as England great demonstration was made over the news of Lord Roberta entry into Pretoria There have been 21 miles of Lord Roberta railway in Africa torn up by the Boon This will prove quite a drawback to tho British army Thousands of Moors are massing at Fignoy Algiers and are deter mined upon an attack on tho advanc ed jxwts of tho French Tho French are HutToriug terribly from heat and thirst and hundreds of their camels Bro dead Tho 1ekiu correspondent orliThe Times states that tho American Mis nionary conference has sent word to Washington appealing for protection declaring that the missionaries are in extreme danger that the chapels havo everywhere been burned and hundreds of tho native Christians have been massacred National News Congress adjourned siuo die on Thursday June 7th Virginia Minn was almost wiped out of existance by fire 125 build Ings wero reduced to ashes in less vithan an hour The levfo on tho right bank of the Mississippi River five miles abovo Now Orleans broke on Thursday afternoon making a break about 200 root wide There was a collision of electric Snn1daJkilled and at least twentysix Injured Tho St Louis street railway strike grows worse and worso Tho gov ernor will call out tho Stato militia rorltherthrew wounded in tho affray on Sun day Kentucky News w S Taylor declines to bo candi date for Kentucky Governor Gold in valuable qualities has been discovered in Scott Co Thoro are over three hundred mor mon elders working and securing converts in the mountains of Ken tucky and Tennessee Tho Kentucky Chautauqua will bo held in Lexington Ky from Juno 26 to July 6 Tho detailed program of tho Assembly will bo sent on appli ManaigorThe CourierJournal states that Miss Gould and party will leave Louisville this morning Monday for a visit to Mammoth Cave Miss Gouldattended church at the War ron Memorial on Sunday If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have pains on tho right side under tho ribs then your liver is do ranged and you need a fate doses of Horbino to regulate it Price CO cts S E Welch Jr Tho fiscal court met at Richmond Monday timid appropriated 51250 per milo for building the Boroa Wallacej ton turnpike Work will bo begun at onto r4I TIDE CITIZEN IBOtLocals and Personals Old papers for sale at tho ollice 20 cents a hundred Judge Coyle of Jackson County was in town Monday Harry Blazer of Scaffold Cane vis ited Mrs Coddingtou Saturday I Rev Paddock wife told family left Thursday for Weisor Idaho Will Duncan illitl41relathcs in Richmond Saturday and Sunday Josiah Burdette was summoned toI Frankfort to act as n Federal juror Mrs Eliza Easou of Lancaster attended the SpinkBI fdette wedding Howard Embreu has gone to Ober lin to study music during time sum merWill Hanson and wife of Win chester wore visiting relatives here last week Tho public school w hich has been running for three months closes Wednesday See last page for au account of Miss Goulds visit and Commence ment exercises Goo W Pow and Miss Grace Les ter visited tho Misses Chrisman of Pauola Monday tf Pres and Mrs Frost return1Vei nesday and will remain in Berea Cora short while Miss Gant and Mrs Smith of tho Moody Institute Chicago visited Mrs Davis last week There seems to be a smaller num her of students staying in Beroa this summer than usual Tho Richmond Fair will bo hold July 21 25 20 and 27 II H Col yer Pres W U Letchor Jr Sec Ing Wallace Nutting of Providence It I purchased homemade saddle made by Simeon Reynolds Mr J Raphael Rogers of Brooklyn ono of the trusUo1 was the guest of Bro Fee during Commencement For relief and comfort in Asthma Cousseiis Honey of Tar has no equal Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr E A Chapin and II H Johnson returned Tuesday from Lexington where they had a very pleasant visit F F Hurst of Millorsburg was hero several days last week in the interest of tho Hurst Home Insurance CoMrs W C Hankins of Pawnee City Neb left for her home Thurs lay after a months visit with her daughterH Johnson John Chapin Mar tin Pasco Edwin Embreo and Charles Burdetto were in Richmond ThursdayEdwin Fee and children who were visiting relatives during Commence ment week left for their homo at Clarksburg Ind Mrs Kirrihner and children leave Thursday for Fostoria Ohio and will join Dr and Mrs Fairchild at Oberlin for tho Reuniou Mrs Putnam Inns gone to Illinois to bo present at tho graduating ex ercises of tho class in which her daughter Helen finishes her course after which Mrs Putnam will do in stitute work in West Virginia Tho Sundayschool children of the Glade Church gave au exhibition Sunday night consisting of recita tations dialogues and songs after which Rov Poago filled his regular appointment A largo croud attend ed Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN may get also Be Toledo Blade or The Louisville Commercia- lFor SOc a Year All for 100a year Dont Miss ItICome at All subscriptions must comoI through Tutu CITIZEN NNBNaNN BN NNBiI o A PROCLAMATION OF i I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer ISeason in Mens and Boys Fine I Stylish Made I CLOTEING I I Wtareprelereito dh you with the Inwcst priced rightly md absolutely KV In America Hlghtlymaile ai It U of famous Vitals1 Brand 1ffI the only rcadytowe or Clothing Tailored on Mrlctljr Klentlflc basis In ckan well Kf- jXT ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting and wear rrslsttng because the Inside the k Vital the very lute of the garment Is carefulness In making represents the ex UVpenlImureoftime and thought and Is a decided commit to the tailoring tern In ft wear Clothing The Fabric that we show are the very newest Iit VV destgtu that will te seen this season any ronfllled exelustvely to IUIII the lace of t1V above facts The most extraordinary feature combining our great otrer li that we K ftJIhe and do Kll our Clothing ut If LESS MONEY Than elsewhere flow ran we afford to tell such hlgh grade Clothing lor less money W iffy than elsewhere Our answer is pure and simple ours Is a modern store constructed Q jfifc strictly on progressive plain our Clothing Is sold on the smallest margin of profit xta depending on a large volume or business The more Clothing we sell the greater M Ivm our purchasing power the lower our prices thats the story In a nutshell S COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jt2 ZuZ iZiZ S I What Some Folks will do this Summer E Guy Taukersley will go to Jop MoMaggie Jones will teach in Rock castle Co- G o Pow will work in Chicago this summerWill Flannery will keep the bell ringingMiss Miller will be at Crystal Lake IllinoisJohn Chapin will stay in Berea this summer Ben Maltbie will work in the Treasurers ollice Miss Hankins will work in tho Principals cilice Prof Marsh will do extension work in tho mountains A T Bilyeu and Thos Pearl will work on the College farm E A Chapin may teach otherwise the will attend school at Yale Ralph Field will bo with his grand father in Ohio during tho summer Ottio McNutt and Webster Beatty will work on tho Presidents house Frank Ewers will visit Yellowstone Park and will havo a delightful time W A Battle goes north as a waiter and will return this fall to ring the bollMiss Robinson will attend tho reunion at Oberlin She will then go to New England visiting Washington D C on the way Louise Yocum will spend the sum mer with Mrs Mason Arthur will go to Lake Chautauqua Lina Welch and Bell Williams urn hero at present and are uncertain as to what they will do Perry Shrock is at homo He will return with his brother Henry to take charge of Lincoln Hall Miss Morrow will spend tho sum mer in Boron resting and superin tending repairs at the boanling halL Mrs Yocum will visit her mother in Iowa and in a short time will be gin study ut tho Chicago University Miss Booth is visiting for a short thile at Alma Mich after which she expects to take a pleasure trip eastEarl and Ben Paddock returned to their home in South Superior Wit We hope to have them with us nut yearMiss Clark will remain in the Presidents office Miss Woods will as sit her and also work in Dr Fair childs office Edwin Ewers will work on the farm at homo and will return in the fall to take caro of the young ladies at the boardingHallMr will study in Chicago Mrs Lodrrick and Rowena will spend the summer at tho homo of hor par outs in Minneapolis H C Tiuslev will do extension work for the College summer nud will outer the medical school at Ann Arbor this fall Miss Stokes and her sistor who visited hor hero Commence mont are immuring n delightful time in Nova Scotia She will also visit her home in Kansas I Wedding Bells On Saturday evening Juno 9tha very pretty wedding took place at the homo of Mr Josiah Burdette it being the marriage of Mr Mark L Spink of Chandlervillo Ills and Miss Laura M Burdetto About forty friends were gathered to witness tho ceremony which was performed by Rev Wm E Lodwick The bride was dressed in white and wore white roses Immediately after tho ceremony supper was served The tables were arranged in the form of a cross decorated with pink roses and ferns On the centretable was a large pyramid of flowers A number of beautiful wedding presents were received from friends Best wishei for a long and happy married life go with them X Y Z Scientific Forestry Forestry as has been pointed out by an authority on the subject has been too generally regarded as an application the very wealthy It is however an importance to our national wellbeing far beyond mere esthetic considera tions powerful these may be It means the utility of vast areas ol nonagricultural lands in every part of this country By its application we aro assured of the permanencfof our lumber supply of the lumber trade The regulation and conservation of the water supply of our principal riv- era is largely dependent on the tim bered lauds and the favorable influ ence of tree culture upon climate has boon well set forth by our forestry experts application of scientific Cores however owing to the slowness off the growth of tho trees ii not within the means of any single per Ion or organization without the con trol of great wealth The work is for state or federal governments unless the taxation upon forest lands shall be abolished or reduced to a mini mumOne of the methods advocated for tho introduction of scientific forestry where tho destruction of the timbored and nonagricultural lauds bas been marked is tho establishing of nation al parks An association has been parking National Park Association has been organized for the protection of tho magnificent forests of the Southern Appalachian mountain I by placing them under regulation of the govern ment as a natio nal park These efforts are strictly in accord with the teachings of the forestry section of the Department of Agriculture for the support of which the nation makes a liberal appropriation That Congress will take measures to give to tho country the parks petitioned for with the vast economic reforms which they represent may reasonably be expoctedThe Inland Printer If the predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may be come emaciated weakly and in dang er of convulsions Whites Cream Vermifuge is tho most successful and popular remedy Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr 1 rAN HNMMNHNN1NNN1NNM1 1 L iWEEKL i1 t FOR CASH pricesudveCASH 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 Furnishings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co Time result of good work and reasonable prices is that toe now have customers in all parts of time State When you watt Anything in the monument line Let us finoio and tee will tend you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount I Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD PropT Berea Ky I j WORMSJFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies J Y 03JI OSS Xaxa aasvc3 c sPrepared by JAMES F St Louis ISold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 For Sale 37J acres good Estil county land Young peach orchard andsome apple trees Small cottage and out buidings Good limestone spring lasts all summer Laud lies four miles southeast of Panola railroad station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 201 Berea Ky or 321 Wells St Chicago Ill J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to It AM 1 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GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glasses that are not properly adjusted to your eyes are actually dauKvrous I It you ollghllo know II I will not attempt to suit el to your eyes until I know what la needed Eyes examined free A Nice line of novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jewelerand Optician 62800 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 2w E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62311 A BOON TO DRa MANKINDII PILE CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS Borria 60 CErus- jCVJJ1E RDSoIeProprietor 3iO t lit Man Sties ST LOUIS MO I 7 THE CITIZEN I A WUKUIY NBWMAlKIl nmA KKX tCKY Lord Koberts Is one of the bcs Rwirdsmen In the British tinny He In also An expert with tho lance nnil in earlier days won several prizes through these iieconillshinents An Iowa young man not long ago proposed marriage to a young worn nn lint hearing that her hair was false he declined to fulfill his en gagement She brought suit against him for breach of promise but she was nonsuited on the ground that she hail won the young mans affec tions under false pretenses First Mont Hugh A Drum of the 12lh infantry now serving on the island of ltuon is said to be the youngest otlieer in the American army Ills hither Capt Drum was killed on San Juan hill The son fought In the same battle and linn been in several engagements in the Philippines He has been mentioned in the dispatches several times The working mens 11Ianee laws have had a very good eflcct in ier l11 n cities In diminishing tuberculo sis by compelling the wageearning classes to join sick clubs and thereby putting them in the wayof taking better care of their health and pro viding them with medical attendance anti nursing at nn early stage when tuberculosis is not yet incurable ISecausn she gazed too long nt he eclipse of the sun the other day Mrs II Co McAllister of Constago Center 1a hit been stricken blind Mrs McAllister was deeply Interested In the solar phenomenon nail watched it steadily for a long time both with the nuked eye and through a smoked glus Her sight became dim the following day and gradually grew worse until sue became blind Krmst Kruger a coniryvtar em ployed In a printing office in Leipzig lie many hns just completed his fif tieth yar of service and has been oc cupied in setting type for one hook nearly all that time The hook is Url III1i lerinan dictionary and the first hatch of manuscript was turned over to the compositor in 1551 Thus far 32000 pages lone been printed and the work Is not yet half done It is not believed that any part of fupl Oberlin M Carters punishment will b harder to bear than the wear Ing of prison garb at Ienvenvvorth A more fastidious dresser never lived During his stay at Savannah he had all Ills civilian clothes made in Ion don and ti lending New York habrr dnsher used to send him at times a trunk full of cravats gloves collars etr from which to make selections The printers strike nt Amsterdam has had a pesullar result In the jour nalistic world From April 28 to April no Amsterdam newspapers appeared hilt from that hate the managers of nine newspapers agreed to print n single sheet calling it the Extraordinary lournnl which is now being printed for n circulation of UdOKM All the subscribers of the nine papers tire tints served with the newt in abridged form What is thought to lIe nn anti leprous shrub is now under test in Honolulu It is reputed to have tlirtd n number of natives of this ihrad disease Surgeon Carmlehnel of the marine hospital service in Hon olulu hits received some vials of the extract of this ahrttb suit h the sur gec n general at Wllllhinloil for ex periment It will be a wonderful thing if it is ascertained that natura line provided a prophylactic or cure for time HJourge of leprosy A fresh impetus will be given to the pictorial pout card craze by time ingenious invention of an Italian who has hit upon the idea of producing a card which not only depicts a scene In colors hut JiKcwIsc serves as a kind of barometer According as the atmosphere vnrlfH the colors change on tIm cimlx and the inventor has so contrived that the colors Khali be iihnl so as to give each scene Illus trated the effect that woiill bo prod need under different atmospheric conditions The only person now living who WIE at time Hermitage with Andrew Inckson during his last years is old I nclc Alfred who was the bodyser sent of the great Tcnnessean The old cabin where he was born Is still his residence but it has recently been rrehinkcd and daubed He owns in Ills cabin many of the Jackson relies The bed he sleeps on was one of the hue mahogany pieces bought when the house was refurnished after the lire in ISiiO He hits a large china urn which WHS bought ju New Orleans II very ijuulat HIS 9ICRET Ths read man iayaflwhtte end still Under the pall of fragrant lowers And the neighbors wondered about the will And talked of the dead mans gifts and powers With many a doleful shako of the headIRecounting the kind wise words he paid That had helped many to climb lifes hill Ball one He never would puss a debt That be held against the need or poor kId aoiittitr 911s table was always set For tbi hungry stranger who passed the door While y t another with hated breath Told of the gentle nnd peaceful death With never a sign of jar or fret And etch one asked what was the gift That made his life so full of peace While others burdens were hard to lift And death seemed only a strange sur cease From toilsome labor and constant strain Of hopeless elTon and helpless pain With only the hope of the shrouds white shift Then one whose voice was soft and low Hose up and spoke to the funeral guest Friends and neighbors of long ago We are heritors all of his bequests Not from duty his deeds were done Not for Heaven his race was run This Is the secret he loved men Pauline Carrlngton Bouve In Boston Transcript Copyright sIp by F Tennyson Nttly CHAITHU XV CoNTiMTt The men of the house Frost nail Garrison were accustomed when time latter was at home to breakfast to gether quite early Then the colonel would drhe oft to the Ayuntamiento in the walled city and Frank would mount his pony nnd ride away to his long lays duties Later the sisters would have their leisurely breakfast secure in the protection of the guard would give their Chinaman chef his orders for the day and send him oft to make such purchases rs were possible In the now scanty market Then rend ing writing receiving callers of their own sex would till up the morning There would be n brief siesta after luncheon an hour or to on the broad veranda overlooking the sparkling bay then dress anti the inevitable drive Of Armstrong they lint seen nothing heard next to nothing He was busy with his men over toward East 1aco Of Hilly Gray of late they had seen rather too much On one pretext after another he was now forever coming to the house and Witchle was begin ning to wish that Canker had hunt his way but Cunker hind failed dismally The witnesses he counted on proved dumb or departed and it had pleased the generalinchirf to fend him with a regiment of Infantry and a brace of guns to garrison an important point on an adjacent island mind to tell him that in vfjw of the impossibility of his substantintlvg his charges against Gray the youngster had sonic shadow of CKCUM for imivholeimt outbreak Hat her than bring up n scandal it was best to drop the matter entirely lira had been sent to duty with the tcenlh before he was thoroughly well and a goodhearted battalion commander taking pity on his obvious change for the worse had found occasion alter the first ten days at the front to send him back to quarters In Malate instead of incessantly on duty along the threat ened line toward Singalon church and while he seldom came in time evening when numbers of visitors were pres ent the boy had a way of dropping In between three and four when he could generally count on a few moments at least alone with Mrs Frank She had nursed him well in his slow convales cence had made deep impression on his boyish heart lacerated as he con ceived it by a disappointment nt home She laid won him to her service as she thought until she felt sure he uas ready to do almost anything for her sake then she had put him to the test and lie had failed tier Itelieving as she did that the boyveh1 knew the whereabouts of the alleged deserter Morton and lila friend Nitas reckless lover sue had counted on him to wring from thrum time letters poor Latrobc de dared he still possessed but the three weeks hind paired without n sign and it was Incoming evident to her that Gray had lost track of them entirely One brilliant afternoon as she lay on time brond canelwttomrd bedstead with its overhanging canopy of tllmy netting she drowsily heard time cor poral potting the new sentinel in the marbled corridor below then marching the relief to time rear gate opening to time bench Mtu was already up and moving about in her room Mar garet heard the rustle of her skirts and the light patter of her liry feet as she sped over the hardwood floor of time mnin salon She hiram d her throwing back the sliding shutters that kept out the glare of the hun in the rmorulug hours and knew lint she was gazing out over the Irecdollrd lawn toward time gate where the guard lounged through time uarm afternoon AU of a sudden quick and stirring a ingle sounded over on the Colic Nueva where the North Dakota had a strong detachment The call was repeated and army woman though she was she did not recognize it She could not remember ever having heard it before Then tip the street from the engineer barrack there lame thrilling echo anil there was a sound of movement and ex citement along time dusty thorough fare She heard Nlta calling her name and then th childs quick nervous step along time hallway toward time units gnslirglwalling bed and to the door Margaret found her sister cowering bcforcn tall slender man In the rough dress nnd field equip ment of private soldier With a lit tie packet letters apparently held forth in one hand while the other grasped her wrist foul Latrobc stood icrnly gazing at the girl shrinking at his feet The tableau was over In another sec ond Springing up the broad marble stairs eame Hilly tirny the corporal of the guard at his heels and Latrobc saw his danger in a Hash Throwing little Gray aside as he would a terrier the young athlete whirled on time stalwart regular There was the sound ofii crashing blow followed by a heavy fall The corporal went rolling down tIme steps with la t role bounding over the tumbling form and time next Instant he had vaulted over the ledge of the open window on time lower floor nail vanished through time gateway to time beach And now nIl along time Callc Real the bugles were sounding To Arms CHAITKH XVI That was a wild day in Manila Far over near the Kscolta somebody shot at a vagrant dog lapping water from a lit tie pool under one of the many hydrants The soldier police essayed an arrest the culprit broke and ran the giiuid tired a tot of coolies taking alarm tied jabbering to time riverside The natives looking for trouble any moment rushed to their home Some soldiers on sass nnd unarmed tumbled oxer the tablet and chairs in the Alhambra in their dash for the open street A stampede tllIthe tall was taken up from Imrrack to luau raek and time news went flashing out imyuite to time extreme front The shopkeepers hastily put tip their shut ters and bolted their doors Cabs carts quite 1IIIlIIIIrrlllllnttnIIn time street ears were instantly seied by time sol diery scattered all over town and util ized to take them tearing back to join their regiments In live minutes time business streets downtown Mere de serted Chinese powered within their crowded hints The native men women either hid within the shelter of their homes or tire to the sanctuary of time many churches All over the great city time alarm spread like wildfire The battnliors formed under arms those nearest tIme outer lines being marched nt once to their positions In vnpport those nearer the Availed city wilting for orders Foreign residents ook mat ters more coolly than did the Asiatic German phlegm Kngllsh jamsaivenes and Yankee devilmay enrpishnrsii pre venting punk limit those who had families nail owned or could hire car riages ami launches were not slow fn seeking for their households till refuge of time licet of transiortc lying plncirth at anchor In the bay where Deweys bluejackets shifted their quid went coolly to their stations and grouped about their guns quietly nwtiited Curt her developments In nn agony uf fear Col Frost had bidden lila driver J lash this ponies to n gallop nnd go lfbi the wind to Mnlate limit heappearnrp or the long ranks of sturdy Infantry resting on their arms nail beginning tit look bored measurably rcnnurrd him before he reached his home Once there however time sight of Nita cling ing hysterically to her tlatcrnnd moan hag on her bed nsMillirirnt to deter mine ills first move which wan to wire for his launch to come around to the bay shore nnd take them ofT to time fleet TIc next was to send and ask forum of hirer and 20 men from time Cuartcl on receiving which message the mnjor commanding standing on the dusty roadway In front of his men grinned under his grllcd mustache a nil said Frosts got cm ngnin Here irnv you go over nnd tell him to keep hN hair Ion that its nothing hut a fair alarm And Gray glad enough of the chance tn go again into the presence of time worn tin who so fascinated him sped on his mission He was in n fury over his re remit humiliation in her ery sight he a tOhii ill is ion officer tossed aside likenchild and outwitted by this daring Intruder in the shape of a private sol llitral and his guard brushed nwtiy nnd derided by n young fellow In some strange regiment who had easily es coped along the bench to an adjoining irlllo lIre into which he darted nail Wilt no more seen The streets were full of scurrying soldiers anti it was the slam plest thing In the world for him to mingle with them and make his way to his own cominnnd Of course Cray well knew who the man mint be Nllns troublesome lover of whom Witchle bail told him so much There was his ehnixc to recover the letter and claim Ihr reward but man nnd letters both Ito inped his grasp and when he pulled up blown nail chati tcd after fruitier chase he was brought to lib srnws ItItime sight of lila own men falling In liusinctp and he hUll to scamper his sword and loin them forI Tim wns a miserable evening ti Caret Garrison wins lie only member lie household who seemed to her flits about her nnd her nerves under Lontrol for Frank her liege lord hail his duty eUew here and not until liourw lAin trotted tlouly home Margaret plainly let Gray understand he hUll Fallen In her estimation nt lmeiuigso ally tossed aside A warning llngtr A3 laid upon her lip Not one word of what has hIlPJlIIIcIlhlJlliI a here he muttered and a nod of her himulty tend toward the perturbed colonel told ilnhly that time chief of the household enlly had no place In he family coun ella To the sisters that alarm wax ji blessing III disguise It was all mfll cleat to account for Vitas prostration To time rash and reckless lad who Infilling to be an orderly with a letter from the colonel hind been passed liy he gate gunrd to the open stairway it tTodiqiuminpte covet for escape wlirn alat med by Nltas cry Gray and tlie orporal came springing to her aid To ray himself It gave only n few minutes orgetfulDes of like trouble for tunnel g under tle suing of a womans only jaiMiddtu dUdalp be wouM bit wet corned with almost ravage joy some fierce battle with n skillful foe sonic scene In which he could compel her re spect and admiration He was still smarting and stung when nt lust that opportunity came Long will Manila remember the night It followed close upon the heels of warnings that for weeks lucid every officer and man to his post of duty Day after dll the strain Increased The Insllrenierml1111 upon our out posts in front of Santa Mesa on time north and of Santa Ana on the south side of the 1nslg heaped Insult and threats upon our silent sentries com pelled by orders to time very last to sub mit to anything limit actual nttnck rather than bring on a battle Thr Americans mire afraid was the gleeful cryof Aguinahlob oHlieif time jeer anti taunt of lilt men The regulars were soon to come nail replace those volun teers said the wiseacre of his cabinet therefore strike now before the trained and disciplined troops arrlxc and sweep these big boors Into time tell And on the still strut milgimt sooner perhaps than hub confederates wit the walls intended the rebel leader struck nail long before time lnvn of the lovely Sunday morn that followed time tire flashed from lOOOU rifles In big semi circle around Manila nail till longex pected battle was on Hours after dawn hours after time at tack began time tccnth ere in ex trailed battle order to the south of Malate confronted by thickets of IMIIU boo that fairly swarmed with Insur gents yet only by time Incessant Tip nail whlew of their d cad iv issi lea and the ceaseless crackle of title lire could this be determined for ltli their smokeless powder amid their Indianlike skill in concealment nothing could be seen of their array OUT to thee west ward on plntjd waters of time buy tIme huge Monadnock was driving shell after shell Into time dense underbrush across time abandoned rice fields and the marshy hints t lint lined the suture Over to the east resounding cheers crash log tollcy punctuated by the sharp report of field guns told that tlIICIIIII rade brigade uuas hemily rnifiipcd noel apparently driving the enemy lie fore them To right and left their vol unteer upK rts were Imiiglnp Into time brush with their heavy SprinKllelds nails till there seemed nn symptom of weakness along till Immediate front no sign of yielding If anything tin fury of the Insurgent volleying In creand as the sun climlH rt higher and nil alone the blursbirtfd line men grit lit hc4 her wtlit their teeth cinch wore as they crouched or lay full length along the rtMidnlde peering through the filmy tell thnt drifted slowly tirrnn ihcir Iron the a le from the Springfield s of the ol untccrf To lie there longer with the bullets buzlng close overhead or hit lug deep Into the low embankment sometimes tearing a slinging pith through human llesh and tone vvai ambling to time acne strain of Hie hours gone by To rush headlong across that Intervening open space through deep and muddy pools email stagnant ditch hurl themselves upon the lurking enemy In till Iwmboo coje beyond hail been the ardent longing of the line rlnce day light came to Illumine the Held before tlirm Vet stern order with held Defend but do tint advance snld IheReneralV message nnd be whisper went nfong from man to luau llicrc i trouble in lown behind us and lite chief may need us there Hut nk eight oclock pnrncd with no nord of uprising In renr amid time cheering over toward Smitu Ana grew loud and louder the nerve strain upon the leenlh bee me wellnigh ml ohm ble For otJO alee cnnt weln doing flrillfia was that arose lo more tliun one company along time impatient line and time gruff voices of telcrnn srrgeitnu could be heard ordeilnji Kilcncr while moving up and down behind their men the line olllccrs cautioned against waste of am munition and needless exposure Lie men Keep down were the wore We wont leave to stand this forticr Youll tiionget jour chance And presently It came TIlt chicr ing that heath died away far over to thee left beyond the wooded knolls that slur rounded Slngalon and Block House 12 wan kiiililcnly Inkellllp nearer at hand Tin n crashing volleys iel along the narrow roadway toward the east and n bugle rang out shrill and clear iibnvp the noise of hattie nnd then closer still though uiiMcn in the gloom of the dense thicket III which they hay time men of the Second battalion strung nloiig n Filipino trail that led iiwny to time rice fields swung their big straw hints nnd jelled for joy A young of ficer hula Itoll lashing hits fair flush lag with excitement came bounding out from grove Ht the left of tilt crouching line and made straight to when the veteran battalion command er kreli In rear of his center It was Hilly iray adjutant of the Third hunt taIlor acting that dv cia adjutant lo the regimental commander The bul th whistled by his head us he darted upringlngiy along nnd In their joy nl sight of him even old hands forgot the reseri of time regular service nnd uiiie in m ItUli t Now were itT find iislcmr qeryi Yjtis theImatter with Lii At any other las qnrter n7 other circumstances both questioner and respondents who gleefully shouted lies right would have tnen promptly anti sternly suppressed Hut time senior captain at their bend well knew thee excitement in time nerves of thnt longsuffering line nnd only smiled nnd nodded sympathy He snw tm that Graywas quivering with pentup feeling ns the boy halted short snluted nni striving to steady lila niger voice said Captain time colonel directs that you open sharp tire on time woods In your front nail occupy the enemy there He Is about to charge with the Third battalion and drive them out of the trenches weve located over yonder anti Hilly minted eagerly to time left front the southeast The captains grizzled face took on a look of keen disappointment You mean weve got stay here and sea you fellows go In Ullh for few minutes sir rime ulonlinJII that for you to charge be fore hes got onto their flank would cost too many men Youll get the word us soon lees got the works Well said Hilly toy That toundt almost epigrammatic ii mihlotoui hit Stoop down lucre man hunt try to get perforated My hunt onlywas the answer na time boy stooped quickly to tilde time irre pressible twitching about the muscles rippedrromtime curly hair at the topof his head and nlimikt scoring thr scalp To save his soul he could not quite suppress stratlIIIIued The colonel says to commence tiring by volley the moment our bugles Miund thee charge Now must get lank All rigid youngster Tell time col onel stivey and well do our level heat only let us into It ns quick ns you cnn Itnt Gray heard only the first part of time sentence He was panting when he reached his placid grnymustarhed chief and could only gasp out The ctiptnln understands sir Am then the IJllllrnllllclImlllllllclel simply turned to the bntlnllnn lender stand 11111 llrnl at Ids left In n little clump of nnnthervcteran captain grown gray as himself In long long jear of service Nows our time old man Ilteh In Gray well go with him IT lie Continued l STILL UNSUITED She Illilnl irl Whm the Vnnrd ilermiler Ihr aiem n Was Too OollBl ar Vnllid on thus No wish to see some gloves ilotee Certainly Twentyfour Show title lady our latest arrivals in glovcu No SI uncovers a brown hoc Here they are Genuine threebut ton French kids Today they IIr ad erlUed for 100 Worth more They are not exactly what I wisher Oh see You prefer a pique glove Kxnmine these not say a word about pique gloves You are right Its my mistake You said suede Here they mire on thh ease Threeclasp gray 7 Did you hear me say auede young man cllerthat Is I couldnt pay ex actly You may himue taut suede or yon may lucite saul mocha think now you talc mocha Here they are In the latest effects Fleecelined Kxtreme ly comfortable Should I wrap these tip No sir dont w Ishany mocha Is It possible line I been un der thee Impression thnt you wished mocha gloves nail It turns out that you wish something entirely different It just shows miks how we can get In correct ideas lint at last we r mutual understanding You wish an nstraklmn llcrcelinrd kid lust ex iiuilne these gloves under tIme sky lIJhlI dont wish them IIOHlbllUmere gloves Not a word And you didnt wish to sec any neil tens No didnt Well inks would you please be kind as to designate time exact style of glove you art looking for would heave done so mug ago If you had only given me time chance to get in a word cdgewnyi I wish to look at a heavy coarse pair of teamsters gloves inn going to glue them to our nshmnn us a Christmas present He is the most lag ashman In thee city You just ought to meet him lImit hove you Qty gloves In that line No Go to a tanners anti linre a pafr tanned to order Then he turned out hula leech anti strode up to the other end of time counter Chicago Tribune Mnrclnnl olri The descendant of a New Knglnnd Iliritan divine has in his possession an ild MTIIIOII writ ten by his ancestor which shows that till preacher did not trust entirely to the Impulses of tin moment when delivering his discourses The manuscript Is written in n strange crabbed hand and plentifully bcsprlnk led with marginal references KraJ slowly here time minister admonishei himself In one spot tenth To be gives out very loud anti clear U the fciifiges lion lam another passage Hurry a lit lIAIUlhlnf time whole sermon is Indicated by a muchunderlined marginal note Aftci lieai ing stories of this saintly oldtlim preacher It Is amusing to know that h ileemcd it vlse and ecn neceity a thee Umax of his eloquence to Yell Ilk Ut loctscdYoutha RU1gr Better Blood Better HealthI- f you ilont feel well today you ran be mide to feel better by iiiikitiK our blood better Hoods Sarsiparillu is thee great pure blood mler That is how It cureshmat tired feeling pimples sores suit rheum scrofula and catarrh Get a bottle of this great medicine and begin taking it at onee anti see icon quickly it will bring JonI blood up to the Good Health point Hoods Sarsaparilla Is Americas Greatest lllooJ Medicine GAVE SOME POKER ADVICE How Coranllnn Hair Inht Down to III Tailor lir Trle- ntionr There probably hatdeenm timei when Dun Hal 1110 a few ctts tlienl in a quiet 1tIIISafraid would bring alwiit heart The other day hi tailor called aihlllIthetelephone says M s the IclilnrIHello ae telephone girl soft anti mellow Number lraI lmrleen hundred antisteen sss ha Dlyl11 the Utter Yea Thi ii he Oh ii that you Mr Dly didnt rec ognize your voice Ye Ye Keep away there centml IMIothtrel there Hello Mr Duly DilyTlii r Well what da walll Hello Is that Mr Daly shrieks Iht tailor Ye yes yei Wlut ate you trjia to do Ive got two pain of trowels hue be rin thn tailor lslyInc fMin DiljrThen11Thesays Daljr and lie riaji off aiioo llriTuril too The readers of this paper will hIJu ed to learn limit line It at kstditeate that irnrr has brea aide to relic in all its tars and that H Catarrh Hallt Catarrh lure i the only oiliv cure known to the mrdiral fraternity Catarrh being a eon tiliilionl dwea respemres 1 etinititutloiul trratmetit Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting diiwlly UMin the lilixxl and uiuttiH mrfaew of Ihe s item thereby dc lroin the fIMlllcIIn- of the and pvtag the itrenglh by up the rooMitutlo suet aiiuliRK nature in Aoittg iIt work The proprietor have en murli faith ia lU rut tune ouncrs that they alter On Hunilrwl noun for any raw that it lads te CMII Sue for lit a tritintoBwIi- Addrt F 1 betmey i Co Toted O hetd by Dni itllallt Family Idli iloloIThe pong MatiVe with Indr II hrn i to tit1 waltr Nerri town Herald S It lUUUin ColMmlMitOa nTllM I nrcaiMnally pvr a IWlliiM iowderiokep- air child gum oe A child sometimes griitoe Ike WIIIf track IIioIlDJIt Dyeing Is us slutilde washing when an Us o IITMAM ftniiiR iura icy nil druggists Premetlitated mart Mylars n rlrwajt contain lsoisoimteis IIobt All the Kentucky lftIufllt KiseneGum- They like it At a mosu gatherer the rolling jolt beads the lilt Chicago Daily Newt LIKE MANY OTHERS I Clara Kopp Wrolr for Slr Ilnkliam Ad Tiro sot Tells what It illil for tire DKAK Mns IINKIIAM I inure seen many littcrn from milieu who were cured by lydlit K IiiiVlmms remedies that thought I would ask 3mamr advice In regard to my I have letn four cut taken year lolllItiollJ tltlhlll very llttlo benefit 11111Itroubled with uncle Hebe III heeL my whnlo lamely aches t stomach fceln Hire by misha get hluirt of breath and am very nervous Men nation very Irregular with stivero bcaring down paltu cramps IIlItl InchInuho I hllc ICfrom you ut oneo All KUIT Kockport lad Kept 37 18JS 11 think It Is my duty to wrlto n IJtlllfor me I wrote you homo time ago describing my Nvmptiiiim and ticking your advice which you very kindly gave I urn now healthy and cannot begin to praise your remedy enough I would say to all buffering women Take Mrs Iinkhiunit advice for i wo man best understands u womiinV ferings nod Mrs Iinkham from leer vast experience In treating fumulo Ills can give you ndvicu that you can get from no other source CLAIU ICorr Kockpurt html April 13 18J9 Every shop factory and family should always ha- vePalmers Lotion stingsofBURNS c are sure to happen See large cir cular Use Lotion Soap- at all tlmi At Drujglst only 3V BIG FLEET FOR CIA United States Will Aid the Powers in Suppressing the Boxers rurrlun linnril llnio it Tnkrn n llnnil In lie PlKlilliiK Iml Arc llriiU In in Kt nl n In in rn IS iiller Hlianghnl June 7111 eoiinciiiciiee the reprfUMitiitioiiM of Japiin the linilliiir nf ii largo liiiitHiaii force at Jukii in ullcgcil to liivi been hlopped Il U bellexcd here Iliit bould ItiiN KIB liiIt In ending prcpondernt III military force tu the front a col Ihlon with Jupiin will Incvlliildv tUlt i Hen THII June tilt reported from ChlniMf nfllclnl hoiirccM liiii twm llox T t Kurroiindcd l50 Cliliietie IroopH between Iofii mid Yong TKIIII Ihilrsihiy it nil according to till latent niwa lighting wan ntlll going on Irl Iii morning inielaU my that IfMl Itoxcrn wIn IIiIII hut give no nccount of the ciiHimltlen WaHliiiigton June tPliie follow lug CNblegmiii was received lit the im y department Friday iiflcriioon- Tung Kit June June Iril landed forced to protect American In icrvstH with consent Chlnii lftynlx Iekln rent Tien llll Nations hcnt force both eli li s no Injury fur llrltUh Kussltin Chinese nil III ami Iwciily warhhlpn here Crop likely to full emitting probably more bit In the near future Our Unillng force under McCnllii June illniillon most tilt Ill ItiiKMinii force ITKNII lighting Iii flhlMl llfly more men lintr rllulfIIICII Helena be cent ImtiRMllntcly to protcHt i t c rest s or sctcnil viMield like her Connlilcr iMitliilloii marines I1V550ryeeitgiinboat IHIM imtldc June Tien Toll Pekiu nillwuy cut Will act con cert Iiii HI forces other power pro tect InirrrhlH If neccs iiry Meeting foreign nclilor Ilinnl onirerx todny I rtseti Ivngllsh Frcncb icrinan Auntrixn Itnlbin Jiiwnci c ami Ainer Ictiii nrrHiig for combined action to prllltl IIr Irollrly If requ red Nine hundred men ashore SS war kbiw here KKMIFF Tien Tkln Junr Vilie Chinese mi IhoHtlm rrfiiM to nllo v Hrltlsh tna rlnes a ml blue j ickel to proceed tot Iekln though the lInt lull titTered to lejmlr the railway line In proceeding The llritlsh IIHVC landed u force of 000 marine more than nil the other rmwein combined Thlx rvldclict of I KngUiidii detcrmlnnllon to askcrt tier poklllon given much Mitlsfncllou here Komlim June u Definite rctunii rcipinlliig the ccrc lighting between the Chiiichi rllollI till Itoxcr hut WHH gtiing on Thurwliiy IHln1I J Ion 1niit slut Pckln bail nut IHIHI recthrtl III Tien Tsiln when the latest IrlejjrHlim to reu eli I illdon were Illctl The hllllc troopw however had IIIUil many lI11xIII nccorillng to home re purl while nnotber account had the gmermncnt i oldlery defeated 1 In mi cngtigfinent near Ino Ting Fn Appirciitly the legation gnu rds hai not yet taken n bund III till lighting hut they lure ready to do M nt n mo ment s notice The Itnxcr movement ftflfcctH Mime hundreds of wiuirc miles Olllclnl dltpntchcH tn Ylclilm from IcUIn ser that the Mct In more pow erful limn any pollllcnl thirtY In China embracing no than 10N 100 nnd miinlpuhitcil by cnloiiK nnd adroit men Kccrvt onlerw from Pekln the pro tector of the rrlxU have mralyvcd military nctlon suit raihcd the Hiatus nf the ItoMTH III the eyes of the Ig noniiil miiKen All hough the lloxcm dcclirc their llrnt object to be the minlhllntlon of Cnthollc convert thci wire pullcrH evidently wlxh to propn gate hatred mining the country peo tile iiirnin t forclpneiR nnd thtngM for eign III gcncrnl The inovcincnt on the Mirfnee IIIIK patriotic cliiiructcr bill It may turn Ii iiiui ely n gal tisi the ilynnhlx This neemn to In tTic reason why II bus thin far been treat nl wilh IlIlh hlillel NEW PROBLEM FOR EUROPE ISnulnnil nml Itnimln Aclinic Kelhrr Hit HP Alilr In Nrlllr HIP Clilnrsr Triiiihlr June The Spectator t10Ilelolliig on the Jliinesc dliliciilty Olllllrler that If the situation become acute the only nllerniitlve to n European concert which will be cIVcctivc only In theory would be for 111111111 nml ItiiKHia to net together ill a dtIliiile ngrrriiient Tin1 paper nililti They Ii tone pm sens phyMicnl power near enough to the nenc to bo of immediate use IM In ml could in this ease use her inohisp the Kpectntor lit ronghy i pposcu miy pnrtltlon of China and thinks It iinuifc to iiHNiunc hut tlc liiiicsc ldlcrx tau not light It ndils The court of Pckln Is In id Ion the inoct Imbecile In the world bit It may llnd Wiillcnxtein who wil1 not Ntenl Mil KohllerH1 powder mid then Iuropc will have a ticw proMcin to Ml rI Irvrlnnilii lliilliprliilniv llenil- llcalrlce Neb June iWlllIlIlII lloyt brothcrlnlnw 1011111111IlIlel at his home In this ity of Inlliimnmtioii of the bladder He WIIH 71 year of ngc He WIIH born III New York city nnd lund been n res ident of Nebraska for ten years Tilt rinlr AVnrka Innril- Jollct III June 7 Thn Ircat P Western tin plate woiks employing oo men and paying 5K o waget wvkly cloned ilrwn liileliultely The titnbln Hrr v over the hihi- trgtjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj THE SUNDAY SCHOOL linn In Ilir Inlrrnntlonnl frrlr for Junr 17 HliiO IVrillnK nf time EicrIftuialI IrrpnrwJ liy II C IxmliiRton TIm 1K880N TKXTJohn 6H GOIIIKN TrXT filvr il ItiU tlp tamp ilftll lirrnil Mntl Mill NOT AND COMM iTB The inlriiclv of lie Irtntnn U the only one which recorded In nil the four Uopeis Thin mines not of conrkc prove Hint It tile nuutil linporlnnt or lie mlniilcx of IiMis hut It sonic III dlcntlon of It s imijuirt 0 tire It occurred III the plain of Hiitnlhn nn iinciiltl vntcd nnlnlinlilted plnci1 on the north rust aliure of the Men of inlllce The tour nrcotinta will lie found us follownj Malllipw Ul3iJ Murk OilOMO Luke 9 1017 John 0115 United upon these four records nml combining the events nnd touching we inny ninke the fol lowing nnnlvtU I JIIII Ilrclvlng tho Five Thousand 1 Jesus Trachea ami U Ilenli I One Mplhoil of Inilructlon- I Tim Mlrnclr 5 Jrul Ulvm Thank i Tho Ixtavn anil KUhr JUIIII on the Mountain In Prayer letun llrvrlvlng the Five Thoimnnd After the dcnth of John the llaptltt the npoallrll who hull lieen abroad doing the work of leum returned to report to the Matter what they hind done and what they had taught Jcmu lllmrcll hat not been Idle for Mark Kays that there IIlrr ninny coming and going smut they had no leisure no much as tn eat Ho IhIllt liv bout ncrOM the lake to rent hut they were MIn de parting by inniiy people mid roger were they to hre ii hear Jemia thntni Mark goes on to uy they ran afoot thither nnd outt cut them anti cutup unto Him So great wax the heart ol the Mauler that He pive up the rimt lie needed He wan moved with compav ilon toward them nnd Luke 011 re eelved them JeKin Ttitdir and JltorhllIlI came to seek and tu cave the lot lInt here iOliC instance among many where the lout came seeking the Mai ler How He met this occasion It the object of thin lesson to tench 1 He received the people with eompiKxIon 2 He taught them speaking of the Kingdom of iod 3 He healed the sick thin showing III a practical way hile M input by and IH He performed the miracle of multiplying the baTes anti fl hr thus accomplishing the double Phof feeding till hungry multitude and tulsa shunts lug that III wax more than n man that there wni with Him the power of joel Ihoae who were healed included the utica who by long journey afoot land gone beyond their ktrrnglli and also ninny who hail allmentx which permit If d them to be nliout III miieh their accustomed Iteldex these It may be that there were those who hind not huts far been utile tu luring their sick tn Tcsus and who thought that surely III the wllderneM He would not be ao thronged that He could not relieve them One Method of Instruction In thli lesson lit llltlMrnted one of Jexlix fa vorable methodx of lust rietion when with lib dlrclple We learn by sharp coiitrat So leux said to Ihllip when He nw the jieople were hungry Whence xhatl we buy breath lint there may eat1 John explain the altitude of Jesus by adding that this He saul to prove him for lie Himself knew what lie would do 1liiltp and the other dinclplcn were to have a striking llluMritton of the wide difference be tWeeT the human way ant the Divine way Tor my thoughts are not your thought neither arc your ways my ways salth the Jorelhnlnh 55i8 The Miracle Some of the uilraetei of Jems may be susceptible of explana tion and may have been In accordance with the foreordained laws of what we call nature Ilut a real miracle like tIn out of the lemon cannot be ex plained to the human mind The how we cannot know Ye can know how ever t hut the liod who created this world who put upon It nil the wonders of Its beautiful forums and breat lieu upon It the breath of life Is bound by no precedent of Ills own establishment and therefore the miracles of Jesus the fion of iod tired not tu explained We may accept them as facts suit draw from them the lessons they teach Jesux lives Thanks When the loaves and fishes wire brought before Jesus He gave thanks This was a beautiful example for nil disciples and the custom of grace before meat can not hilt be helpful If uttered III sin cerity and with reverence We must remember that the chief significance of the custom lies In the fact that It recognizes God as the Giver of every good and perfect gift The Loaves and Fishes Only five barley bates and two small fishes No wonder Andrew asked What are they among so many l God uses the little things of life for His great pur poses W II Van loren has remarked that He multiplied division distrib uted and added by subtraction filled 12 baskets with the fragments of five barley loaves Jesus on the Mountain In Prayer And when He had sent them both tIme people and Ills disciples nway He de parted Into a mountain to pray Thus Jesus fittingly closed a busy tiny alone with nod ftpenr Pnlnl He who loves folly may well listen to living speaks louder than all your logic Kvery time you turn your eyes on evil its ahuaitlnw falls on your heart The way to flee from the justice of lou U to flee to the God of Justice It will hurt you more to live a day without prayer that to live It without breath One reason why Job dll not get en tlrely In the dark wns became he kept looking up Ram JIofB IT MADE A DIFFERENCE One Inxlniice lu Which 9 cler nnd Uratunllc Critics 111 Xot Alirrc From the Daily Grind May 8 1800 re lated by the Indianapolis 1rcmt Mixi Violet Florida Waters in amateur nominee the Hitrion club of Camille- last night dlIlaeelAIl ability anti a marvel OIH tcchnieiic that many a professional might envy It i safe to jlrcI diet for this giftx yenning lady that if ever ctioo c to adopt etaRC as n career her name will become one of the famous liittoryFrom May 12 1000 The IlugaloiiK repertoire opened at the opera hou c in Camillc Keldom has the dear old chestnut been Iladl done the wont offender being Violet Florida Waters who punched holes In the title role and frawlcd its edges in t manner that plainly hold her to nerd years and years of training before she will he lit to be anything better than o back row ornament in in amateur show let alone scale the prciu heights of the drama at tcntwcnt hurt Muss Watcn U a frost Too Prank A clothing merchant in lower Broadway had a lot of clothes that he had bought at a bargain and hy putting a of 115 on NOel he thought sell rapidly for they were of exceptionally good value for money He pill one of thotuitiona torn ct it in front of ore with a sign about its neck which one of hue smart clerks hid painUil on a piece of cardboard Thii announced price he and his clerks preured to lOlL nulling hiifincts The hours anil no one came in to buy the suits This caused the merchant to wonder and it length he determined to go 01 and tike a look at the Minnie suit and sign This is what lie foundon t lie rin Fhisc suits f 13 They wont last long Iedcstri nt nmiing hal the sign and snubut its frankness The merchant tore down the sign from the suit and the clerk who hud d- elird it started out to look for another job KYHeralJ A Itutiurcefnl Phrnse A kindhearted cberg mall was lately com elle l to diMiiiM a clever gardener who lttI Id purloin lair fruit and viuetahlcs For the take of hit wile and family he him character and his it wordedit I hereby certify that A II has been my rardencr over two years and that dur he more out of garden cuuu1loyedCoihmeras Kleelrletl In Cnpinlei Thi new eoinMiind which is male front chcmimts n put up in capsule fonn anti when added to a certain quantity of wa ter will furnioli electricity enough to a houie drive an automobile or even a railroad train Hut this is nothing compared to the strengthening contained in a tat tle of Ho Ultrr Stomach Hitters It cures Indigestion biliouinets liver and kidney tIllcplial la the system with the vigor of health Mir Never llrnril nf the llrnni Itlver Mrs Crogin IatV got a job in the tuliewoik up on the Bronx Mr DuB n Arnh llive aften rid av thim bronchial tubes Judge tin Ynor Peel Ache nnit haunt Shake into your shoe Allens FootIvue powder for the feet It makes tight or New Short lUiy Cures Corns Itching Swolln lint Caiboums unartiuug Sore Svatii left All Druggists and Shoe 5torr tti 25c Simple cnl fUEl Ad dreit Alleu S Omitted Le Hoy N V He KnriT- Iarii 1frhap you dont understand what Boer is JohnnUhu Hei a man that roots for tIme ltocrtluck Tn Cure n Colil In One nny Tako Inxatlvo Hromo Quinine Tablets All drupslsts refund money If lUaUs to euro Soc Hail Timeshie has always run his bust ness like rlolkworkr saul now his reditors Lave wound it up Philadelphia Uulletin Pisos Cure is the best medicine we ever uvj for all affections of the throat and imungsrn O ICndtley Viohuren Ind Feb 10 1000 A filling glass in the kitchen usually in dicates a domestic storm Chicago Daily News AMgdabk PreparttionforAs- similauing iheFotxIandllculal- uig of lNhMS HIIDKI Promotes Djgc5tionC rru ness andnestContalns neither orpltinc norM tex- alsOT1flCOTIC oIOltb WllEl1fTC- IaRJiffzl JSJIt 4iccd rtM Remedy rorConsUplI Hon Sour WormsConvulsionsFcCrish ness iintl Loss OF SLEEIF- ACSirniIu3 SilInlurc or NEW Y- OfllThL tXAOT COpy OF WRAPpeR A SENATORS LETTER Fnrnnn as a Ncrvo and Ca tarrh Tonic the Talk of tho World Q 7lion W V Sullivan r a Senator from Mississippi Hon W V Sullivan United States Sen ator from Mi siMt pj in a letter recently written to Dr Hartman from Oxford Miss says the following For some time I have been a sufferer from catarrh in its mot incipient stage so much so that I became as to my general health Hut hMrinltof PC runa as a good remedy I gave a and soon began to improve Its effects were dis tinctly beneficial removing the nllno sytnjitoms and was particularly good ngI tonicI take pleasure in recommending great national catarrh eire Peruna as the bet I have ever tried 4v V Sullivan Pcruna cures catarrh wherever located Pcruna hiss nl MibMitutw no rivals Insist unin having Patina dcjresa The Pcruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 for a free book on catarrh ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Door Signature of 7 d5ee PncSlmllc Wrapper IVIow ITor ItoCAKTERS ITTLE IVERPILLS FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THECOMPLEXION I tt IsCURE SICK HEADACHE I GENT Pr Sq Ft Including anti nell for the bt Red Hope 1fuiflntr WtluM t Plaster Bmplea etSal iat tuirtit Use Certain Cough Cure Price 25 cents CASIOB1A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Thirty Year- sCASTO R1AYN- S CINTUN 51W ITnM UPPLY HOUSE siiPTf G 0 em H = I flC man who smokes 5OldVirginia Cheroots I has a satisfied glad I have got it = expression on his face from the time he lights one He knows he will B U not Be disappointed No matter m where he buys oneMaine or Texas JFlorida or Californiahe knows they 9 will be just the same as those he gets = at homeclcanwAlmadeburn 2 eventaste goodsatisfying J Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = a year Ask your own dealer 3 for 5 cents I a ii iieiiii i BICYCLE ISend us a postal card saul we will send you a bicycle catalogue free Thl catalogue prices new IHcyclfs model at 747 IIPW f OI nicyeks at 1147 new tWO 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mEItm uaLttPynow r I the our un l wIthsi Cr proat md lIn eonqQVnhYutornr rolueIn lIrldln2 it wumd byhKlnlf mhm uhe rogo rmarert prollbt Ihwllll rUIIlDd the cod we basS fnnre by t Ibm with cornell oa of thi a kind than we but uprthiteu wi uuUId unL thE Wt your oNrla uae fur ut put thelyoti ml- sac that wbn thi twine sotit rem feet rd that we will try ii me1e yna as Irlt Ca received My ti 5nI for llrlcullu1 tw IW It Ct5uOU5 i ne t we wilib chic lo chit by MY ltb lb tw ie rwahe uII y rUI tratjht itiu teicaram ROBERTS 117710721 rHOOLLETAVENUE EV3IKIKSEAPOLI3 1i11NNil I iBEREA COMMENCEMENT 1900 The Commencement season of WOO will be memorable in many ways First for the completion of the sub scription to secure Dr Pearsous sec oud gift Second for tho visit of Miss Helen M Gould of New York City and third for the great rain The Commencement address by Rev Dr Wallace Nutting of Providence R I was another memorable feature al though owing to tho rain it was not heard by as many people as wished to hear it The Endowment The endowment is a sacred fund to be held by the Trustees of the Col lege forever and to be kept invested the income only to be used for the payment of teachers and other ex penses of the school Dr Pearsons had promised that if 150000 were secured from other sources he would add 550000 more When Pres Frost was home in March less than one half tho amount had been secured and it is a special token of divine favor and fortune that so largo an amount has been secured in so short a time When tho president appear ed on Sunday morning before the prayer he stated that 512000 was still lacking Monday and Tuesday brought 1000 of this amount OnI Monday some forty letters were ed and on Tuesday twenty telegrams were sent The result was that letters and telegrams came in on Commence ment Day so that before three oclock in the afternoon as a telegram from Newton Massachusetts was handed up to the platform in the tabernacle the announcement was mado that the great subscription was completed Two things are to be remembered in connection with this great event In the first place this subscription re presents the friendship andendorse ment of the best people in the land Berea never publishes the names of its donors but it is well known that among those who have contributed to this fund are many of the foremost men and women of our country One gift of a thousand dollars came from Mrs E S Draper a daughter of the late Seretary Bristow of Lexington KentuckyAnother thing to be remembered is that while this subscription represents a great deal cf money it will not make Berea College rich Not one cent of it can be spent It will require several months to collect this money After that it must be care fully invested and when interest matures it will begin to yield an in come which will make a small part of the expenses of this great institution It will still be necessary to secure by annual gifts a large part of the money needed to maiutain at the College all the lines cf work which it is carrying on for the benefit of the people Berea College it not yet rich but it is making progresss and it has friends Miss Goulds Visit No event for a long time has at tracted so much attention in Kentuc ky or shown so clearly the command ing position now occupied by Berea as the visit of Miss Gould and cer tainly no event has given greater pleasure to the students and teachers here The fact that President and Mrs Frost were away until about the time of Miss Gould arrival made it impossible to make such preparation as might otherwise have been desir ed But with the simplest arrangements Miss Gould seemed to have a good time and certainly added to tho pleasure of our other guests She ar rived in a special car provided by the the Louisville and Nashville R R at 180 in the afternoon She had been met in Cincinnati by Hon Guy Ward Mallon and other of Bereas Trustees who accompanied her to Berea wa entertained at the Rogers SheI one of the historical residences now owned by tho College and by Prof Mason who is occupiedI studying forestry in the Old Mrs Mason performed admirably the duties of both host and hostess Miss Gould was accompanied by her cousins Miss Paleu and Miss Northrop her friend Mrs Haiti and her secretary Miss Coots On Tuesday night she dinedwith the Faculty and on Wednesday night with tho Trustees and other guests at Ladies Hall On Wednesday un deterred by tho ruin she attended all the students exercises in the forenoon and visited the cooking school shop 1 printing oiEce hospital and fair of homespun industries in the after noon While avoiding publicity in every way she was most gracious in manuer and was introduced to a great many people To the school itself the most inter esting incident of her visit was a re ception by the pupils on the steps of Ladies Hall Vise Sallie Barbeo mado a little address of welcome and Ellen Click of Tennessee spoke words of thanks for her interest in our school and presented her with a bunch of mountain laurel On Thursday accompanied by Mrs Frost and Dr W E Barton Miss Gould made an excursion of about fifteen miles into the mountains part ly in a carriage and partly on horse back Sho wore a sunbonnet rodo gracefully and called mountain homes whose peoplehanIlyI knew who the stranger was On another drive and left on the noon train standipg on the back platform and waving her handkerchief to the throng of friends at the depot During the stop at Richmond Miss Gould and the Trustees accompaning her lunch ed at tho home of Hon Curtis F BurnamPres and Mrs Frost joined her on Saturday for a trip through other deIlightedvisit and her cousins if not Miss Gould herself declare that thy shall come again We all hope theywill Other ExcrclsesIAmong the important exercises of Commencement week none was moro memorable than tho sermon to the graduates by Rev W H Hubbnrd of Auburn N Y He is a native of Kentucky and a graduate of Prince ton and Amherst and pastor of the largest church in Auburn He is a man of middle age vigorous and warmhearted His discourse was one which will never be forgotten by any who heard it On Monday night June 4th the annual address before the literary societies was given by Rev W B Marsh of Talmadge 0 upon the subject The Law of Christian Poss essions In the matter of clearness of thought and force of expression the address has seldom been equalled before a Berea audience While the importance of wealth was not disputed the mere ownership of large property was shown to be an unworthy object though attended by some benefactions It is to be doubtedwhether the University of Chicago can be considered aa anti dote for the Standard Oil Company- A rich man is oftener a slave than a lord A modest competence will give as much of all that makes life pleasant without involving such a burden of care The speaker made the point in an admirable manner that true possession may be quite apart from deeds of ownership The gracefularchitecture and the beautiful grounds of the millionaire may not delight him so much as the hum ble resident across the way Know ledge is essential to possession In the highest sense we possess the field when we comprehend the growth of its vegetation or the heavenly bodies when we can compute the marvelous regularity of their motins Love is also essential With the deepoet possesion we apply the possessive my to the thing or person that most stir our hearts and leads us to sac rifice of self And so possession in the largest measure depends upon the highest development of character The concert of the Music Department Tuesday evening June 5 was one of the most enjoyable features of the week and reflected credit upon Rev and Mrs Lodwick who have had charge of the Department for the past year The following program was rendered March from Athalia by Misses Paddock Lester Yocum and Todd These were all young performers but are numbered among the best music pupils in their grade Musical Box by Miss Todd Miss Toddcomes of a musical family and gives promise of unusual success iS8Ievery note Sumner Days by Ladies Glee Club This is ji now organiza tiou but Mrs Lodwick has accomplished much more than could have been expected iu so short a time The Chase by Jennie Hanson Miss Hanson is the most advanced student ill music and those who have had tho pleasure of hearing her in tho recitals of the past pear have enjoyed the rare skill which she has shown Spring Delights by Harmonia Society Mr Lod wick has had charge of this socie ty and the improvement from tho beginning of tho year has been marked and noted with pleasure by tho friends of the school Amaryllis by Grace Lester Miss Lester has a dreamy sweet style at the piano which produces a soothing effect upon her audience Spring Song and Brido Bells by Anna Hanson Miss Hanson is a young singer this yoar b tho first sho has appeared iu public but her sweet voice and charming appearance have already won for her much praise and admiration Murmuring Breezes by Miss Pad dock Miss Paddock has the touch and technique which belong only to gifted natures and we predict for her a bright future Until tho Dawn by the College Glee Club This number received tho most enthusiastic ap plause of the audience and it was well deserved Tripping Through the Meadows Crystal Spring and Songs of the Vikings were all well re ceivedThe students exercises on Wednesday morning were of uniformly high grade The speakers were selfposs ed and earnest in manner and whip nil of them contended with great dis advantages of rain on tho roof as well as rain dripping through the roof and an audience more concerned with umbrellas than with tho speakers iu spito of these trying circumstance the young people acquitted themsel yes well Mr Chaipu who concluded his oration amid drowning rain nut deafening thunder really showed a remarkable degree of sel possesion Distinguished Visitors The usual number of distinguished visitors were present Messrs Harris and Buruam of Richmond were notic ed an tho platform Rev C W Wilcox a missionary from Africa who is DeItabernacle and also a sermon Sunday night Rev D McDonald of Dan villa Ky also spoke Miss Petit of Lexington Mrs Smith and Miss Gant of New York City were here The Trustees The Trustees meeting occurred on Thursday and the concluding session was on Friday morning Wm Goodell Frost John G Fee Samuel G Han son and Josiah Burdette are the local Trusteees and there were present Hon C F Burnam of Richmond Hon Addison Ballard and Rev W E Barton from Chicago Hon Guy Ward Mallon E R Stearns Esq and Maj H P Lloyd from Cincin nati Rev W E C Wright of Oivet Michigan and Hon Raphael Rogers son of Prof Rogers from Brooklyn N September 12th Let every reader of the CITIZEN remember that school opens in Berea September 12th Lay your plans to be here or to send your children on that day Here is this great fountain of blessing and it is going to be en joyed by those who step forward to take its advantages If you think your children are worth educating if you are willing to invest a little in sending them to school remember that the time to do so is now Lay your plans increase your earnings save your money aud be on hand September 12th What is Berea College for You Berea College is enlisting hundr de of young people and setting them in motion towards honor and success It is fitting girls to be competent housekeepers dressmakers teachers and nurses It is fitting boys to be good farmers teachers and success ful business men as well as printers and mechanics It is a college whose fame has gone out through all the land and many young men and young women travel hundreds of miles to enjoy its advantages Now what does Berea College mean to you Are you going to get some ol these advantages for yourself and your children 7 If not why notT Owsley CountyU- vCvsoPc Tho much needed rain was a welcome visitor last week Mrs Jane Stats visited her mother Margaret Moore last week Miss Bertha Duff of Wolf Creek visited Miss Dora Moore last week Albert Gabbardwas married tJ Miss Mary Hicks of Boattyville last ThursdayMiss Seale of South Fork visited Mrs Nannie Moore last Sutur day and Sunday Robert Cullaban was married tc Miss Belle Taylor of Wolf Creek last Saturday by Rev Sherman An dersou Anderson Taylor and Miss Mari Combs both of Wolf Creek wen married at the homo of the bridoi parents by Rev Sherman Anderson Hardly a day passes in fanfilie where there are children in wjiicl Ballards Snow Linament is not need ed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns and Scalds PricU 2i andf0 cts S E Welch Jr 1 SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Edited by Mss KATE t 1TTNAM IfAchcr In BcrcR Collo- BCRending Many people that have reached the age of maturity can judge the effect of the reading they adopted in tho earlier years of life Pure reading droduces pure thoughts Vicious stories that excite the mind for a time lead many young minds to follow in tho same path and if the seed be vicious can we expect good fruit to come from it How often do we read the testimony of men convicted for some offence that they owed their downfall to sensational books or vicious literature Every parent cannot bo too careful to examine tho reading their children obtain for remember youths minds tore like white paper ready to receive allY impressions for good or evil Wo can form a good idiu by our own experiences Wo all can recollect hw the storks wo rend in our youth made us discontented and dissatisfied feel1llllIour protectors we wanted to see the scone adventures we read about but alas tho true meaning did not im press itself on our teachable minds then Time shows this to us and regrets fasten themselves to our spirits inIof the past andwho say to ourselves I cant change it now tho time is past No it is not too lato tho sting of regret can be appeased by forming a strong resolution to commence again What Begin now I am so old Yes begin again live your youth over now you are wiser now Read good books good papers it will help you to overcome despair and give you renewed courage dont hesitate begin at once If you are a parent place in tho hands of you family a good book a paper or two spend your evenings at home invite your childrens efforts to make tho home circle attractive let them read aloud in turn it is an entertainment the young members of tho familywill soon adopt anti when they can fetl that they are to take part in it the home circle will be an attraction a strong magnet that will replace the allurements of town saloon or street The influence will last in the childrens minds as long as they live If a cigarette could talk it would perhaps make the following speech I am not much of a mathematician but I can add to a mans various troubles I can subtract from his physical energy I can multiply his aches and pains I can divide his mental power I can take interest from his work and discount his chances ol successExA jaundicedskin is a eymp tom of disordered liver as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroy energy cheer fulness strength vigor happiness and life Herbine will restore the natural functions of the liver Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr A THE FARM THI cow A Clan Ee ay at IScrro College by EDWARD r IMSCAX CollIliNn from role 111 Manure is quite variable in com position owing to the variable nature of the food fed Cow manure decom poses slowly and develops little heat The betiding plays an important part in the quality of tho manure It should be of such a nature as to be clean healthful and comfortable to the cow when standing or lying upon it It should absorb and retain liquid manure it should be n material that wouldadd value to the manure pile and be easily decomposed Manure rapidly undergoes change When it can immediately be removed to the field after making there is not much loss but when it must be stored for some timo the difficulties of proserva tion are greatly increased Tho loss- in value of manure results from two chief causes I Leaching whereby nitrogen potash and phosphoric acid are lost Thus when manure is exposed to tho elements it rapidly do creases iu value 2 Fermentation whereby nitrogen is lost Fermen tation is dependent upon temperature moisture and tho naturo of tho ma nure as regards compactness Tho- higher tho temperature the moro rapidly it will decay If the immure is too compact decomposition will bo slow anti the manure willI not become suilicieutly rotted if too loose doI composition is too rapid and ammonia will escape To attain a good quality of manure the heap should always bo kept moist However the value does not lie in knowing how much manure decreases in value when stored in a heap but in knowing and applying the best means for the prevention of the loss To prevent leach ing it is best to store manure in jhc and to prevent fermentation the absorbants and preservatives in the form of leaves sawdust gypsum straw peat etc is advised Peat peatinoAs saw dust and spent tanbark are the beet abeorbants Gypsum and kanit are the beet pre servatives Gypsum or kanit should be applied frequently thus prevent ing escape of ammonia an well as all unpleasant odors It is best in using straw as bedding to have it cut shod thereby avoiding any inconvenience in farming the land to which it is ap plied aud it is not beet to use more than is necessary to keep the cow clean and absorb liquids The heap should be kept compact Forking it over prevents fermentation Aide from the serious inconvenience and pain caused by piles there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer in tho rectal regions Piles should not be allowed to nm on unchecked Tablere Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible remedy Price 60 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr Men who preach by the yard gen erally practice by the inchEx- A falling glass in the kitchen us ually indicates a domestic stormEx tjThe man who bets seems never to grow oldenough to know better Ex THE SCHOOL A Story Written In live cbipttri by five different mem ben of Itlle Dulro Lltrnry fcooU- lyciuntn v Continued from lit keel William was pleasantly entertained at tho form house Sitting in tIll yardafter supper ho compllmonteJ tho old gentleman on his Ixctl1o garden and pasture YcH said life host We have done something with the old place Wo lost a good homo out westwere not satisfied with getting rich slowly as the Yankees were but had to goIiand borrow money to make more money with and then lost everything one bad year This place belonged to a cousin of mine Ho diet threo years ago and wo took it It looked forsaken then The house was where the garden is now and tho garden was here and that pasture was all a corn field Tho dirt all washed oil tho old garden down over tho old yard aud thero was pun just above tho old house uutithe yard had tho washings of that too Tho folks had chopped wool in front of thu house so many that tho rotten chips worn mx inches deep There was n pile of old sawdust by tho road just exist of tho house that sear ed our old horse half to death when Wo first drove her past IL My boy made her walk right up to it ami smell of it and she just nuortcd to think what shed scared t One of my girls looked blue at haying to live in such a looking place but the olduHt ono said Null hits sense enough not to worry over that pilo of sawdust now that she knows what it is I move that we stop worrying about it and mako it useful or ornamental- So the boys nmoothsd off tho saw Jnretlomtfield was worn out so wo sowed clo paidforit will in a or two more for clo ver roots are powerful at pulling the good soil up from below and spread lug it out on top of tho ground By the tune that clover field geta to bo gorelpnillchange about My i says she takes as much comfort in our home now aa she does in a overdress It would have gone to waste ifve hadnt made it over William glanced at the daughter whom ho heard quoted so often She was teaching a hopelessly dull looking girl to make a dolls dress and now M If to turn attention from herself she asked William how long he had been in Kentucky anda few more questions led him to tell without his knowing it all about where he had lived and where he had attended school and how he had made studyTheher doll dross anti tho teacher and one of her brothers took her home After the patty had left tho house tho younger sister said What can be mado of that stupid creature 0replied tho younger brother litho General can something anythingWilliam that night And the result of his medial lOlls was about as follows Galtrustle everything in this world something and no made mo for some thing time I am flailing out what it is Then he thought of the remark of the brother The General can mako something worth while out of most anything wonder if Continued nut wttk ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN ERE COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS II ylatymruyBEREA COLLEGE 1lTSnl lIIOver 2O teachers 700 students from HO stateH Bust Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate L Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two IL Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho allvnncllcOlmes For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate 111 Firming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry olctwo years yearnV teaching VI Academy Courso four years fitting for College for business for life For those more advanced VII Collee Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Depnrtnreuts VIII Musicfeed Oruau Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Bores General HospitalTwo Seta course in tho caro of the sick Bores places the host education in reach of all Iirot R moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It to help thoso who value education ai fi 111 help themselves and charges a small incidental leo to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction tents must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 21 about half of whirl unlit be paid in advance school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of IThe For information or friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIItOIIILD LL Do Berea Madlaou Co Ky I