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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I oOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a VOL 11 UEKHA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 HID N0 THE CITIZEN- C REXFORI RAYMOND Editor Iublltliul il the office of Till OITlUN Huron ICy Ihltrrtt at Uu loll ofCe at sane Ay at second dais 1tIoWtfj IDEAS Ho that iN Hlothful in his work brother to him that is n great vnst or JHMt- Nwor bornto tlio town you live in If you dont like it either help to Make it bettor or move Tho mUll that troops tho Sabbath and brings up Ida children to attend Sundayschool and intuiting regular ly donbluu Iris prosixcta of happy old AgO Notice how much Tho CITIZIW gives you for lose than one cent a trend President Frost preaches at the Uaptisl Church in Boron Aug 12th Uupeiil the noel of Election Liiw nuil ruliuUu the nieii the in ado It FOREIGN Qonnnny is ntilTeriug from colt- westhur and moot storms Most of the Chinese lesidnntB o Gurinouy have loft that country Mount AzuinaJupan is in eruption null JOO people aro killed or injured Boon made a flerco attack on British near Heidelberg Sunday hut wow hlnltn off Latest re orta from Chino coining through Cliiniso sources are that the fornignera at 1okin are ull aliro nut art about to hUrt for Thou Tsiu under escort United Stntos will mediate on conditions that ininwtorw ho de livered at Hwjwrt During tho wook various r i orls havu oome front Cliinn concerning lbu wtfoty of the fasignere in Pekin but it Is gonorHlly Ixli v0d that till mOil ware took place Tint allies lifter heavy low wiptnrwl Tit u Tsin July 19 China IIHH np eilxl to Imneo nUll to the United SUioa to help txt tnbliek panco War te deoUred boo twean China und ltu tin Sixty mis Btaimrta 3JHl one hundred imlire GhrtotimiB are said to lane boar mite snored at Tai Timn NATIONAL Smallpox Is reported prtmlont Onpe Xoino Two li u ml red insurgents and 12 Americans killed in the Philippines lust week Amnesty resolutions hnvo been sent to Aguinaldo and his reply is ex petted within a month Dunn reports signs of improve ment in trade The wheat cro amounted to 510000000 bushels and corn and outs show iininoiiso yield Tho Citizens Committee of St Louis exj ect to hold sevenil mUSH meetings to protest against tho con tinned street railway strike and boy colt KENTUCKY Wheat crop in Kentucky staid to bo the best for thirtyfive years Caleb Powers is ntundiug his trial well Tho week huts been consumed in hearing witnesses but them bun been no now developments yet ISxGor WO Bradley declines l bo a candidate for congress in the eighth district and it is probable that lion George M Dnvisou will be nominated Democratic convention at Lexing tout July Ilcckham was norm Haled for governor old three import ant changes in tho Gocbol law wore recommended Thoso who lit o on farms are liablo to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapid Iwhen Mallards Snow Linamcnt is prompt ly IIpplioclrico 25 and fiOcls1 S E Welch Jr Tho Loxington Horse Show Fair and Carnival at Lexington Aug 18 18 Excursion r idea on nil railroads No feature is omitted by tho Lexington horse Show Fair mid Carni val Aug 1318 Premiums for everything every kind of stock Excursion rates TODAYTHE CITIZEN YearI Locals and Personals Praise God for tho ruin Prof Clay Herrick has u won Mrs ErastiiH Spence is quito sick Jack liurnam spout Sunday in Gin c1l1l1ntiIMrs Lizzie Durko is visiting in thoI country Mrs Jane Estridgo is visiting in Clay couutyIMary Diggs died last Tuesday of consumptionMrs Baker of Cnrtcrnvillo ICy is in tho city Mrs J M Wood leaves today for tier home at Lexington Fred M Judson is again at his caso in tho printing ollico The dates for tho Boron fair have not boon fully decided upon Quito u crowd from Korea spout Saturday at Mallory Springs W D Smith and Willie Earl ar rived from Chicago lattt week Miss Minnie Koch of Cincinnati is visiting tho Misses Richardson J L ltawlingsof Burning Springs was in town last week on business otscents Mrs Julia Hunting is attending tho London Ky Institute this wink 1Mrs Nancy Ogg who hUH been ill for several months is not expected t rJ E Williams of Gcrtnnntown Ky has been visiting his wife this week Rev Henry and Mrs Dorthick loft yastenlay for a visit with relatives at Mantua Ohio Mike Reynolds T Aund E L Robinson went to Cincinnati on th excursion Sunday Quito n crowd greeted Roy Jolu- Daiwell of Florida at Slate Lic Sunday afternoon Miss Hobecca Yates died Wednes daymind was buried in the Boron cemetery Thursday n1artuss doftiring copies of the Lox ington Fair dialog mny got them by culling It this once J1V Stevwts and MiM mla Chas ton attondnln halts at J C Ann sarongs Saturday night Mrs Mattio McCnnuick of Paint Lick and Jiniuie Wallace of Point Loavull aro at Slate Lick Mm B C Kiiihfmlnon nnd Miw Cook of Wildie are with the Mlsss Hichardsou on Center street Geo P Bongo formerly of Bnrra told who served in tho SpanishAmer btt China Littlo Miss Ethel Duncan gave n very delightful party Monday after noon from 430 to 530 to the II Happy Home Club Miss Julia Moore of Jarkson county is visiting the family of Mr P C Maupin Miss Edna Maopit- r will return with her to Jackson Hon W B Smith of Kichmoud Ky had n very valuable horse and buggy stolen from his home Monday night Ho offers a rownnl of 25 Mrs Corn Smith expects to Icnvo to day for Hindmau Ky to visit tho Camp Industrial which is in the charge of Katherine Pctitt whom many of our readers Pros Frost is in kllowIweek Ho will JnlyI and nt Hock Ford Aug 5 and will mako an address at the Hock IIliver ChautaiKptan AsHomblyAug Several of our ollico force have r invitationoMisses Richardson- At Homo Friday evening Jullwontysotuth 730 Mrs Kato E Putnam loft Satur day for West Virginia whore she will IIillIo W Y1st week of August Fnyotto villo W Va 2nd week of August Boonovillo Ky 3rd week of August Rev John Dodwoll of Florida will- eOllduct tho Union church meeting tonight nnd proachnoxt Sunday Ho with great power oOlIillgNextNarrow Gap whohuOAWillillms inCincinnatito a place whom alto can mako good earnings Villie Grove All ox pect to return for further study Madison County rTho Richmond Fair began yester day and will lust four days Tho Madison County Sunday school Union will hold its fourteenth annual convention at Mount Pleasant Church SatnrdayJuly 28th with addresses by Hen W H Lloyd Clar ence Poago Rev C II Palmer L V Dodge nnd others Tho July examination of applicants for county teachers certificates held lust Friday amid Saturday was ono of tho most lightly attended in years only ton persons as folbwfl taking tho examination Miss Belle Hohnnn Nowby Henry J Pittman Whites Station Miss Allio Lewis Boron Ledford Creekmore Kingston Miss Mnttio Gentry Richmond J H Amorine Portwood Miss Bessie Roberts Kingston Miss Lillie Mc Whorton Miss Mary Piico Miller BniBsfiold Miss Talitha Gay Boron Register The colored pooplu of Richmond mind Madison county have decided to arfew days ago and elected tim follow ing ollicers t E M Embry president Robert Whito vicepresident Joint Walker 2nd vico president Dr J A aecrootary and T B Stone assistant sec retary and S A Burton advertising agent The mooting will lw hold nt tho Richmond fair grounds tho latter purl of A tit It t Everything in tint wnyof farm and domestic products nut livo stock will ho exhibited A expectedoTIll two groat political conventions Republicanks titan of the very highest character std ability and they call upon nil good citizens to help rosters in Ken tucky the right of the people to elect their own rulers The Democrats nominated Hon J W C Ueoklmtn a young irwn thus first public fault perhaps has been to plot to defeat the will of the people anti to tuko an ollico to which he WM not elected Tho Democrats iuBleetl of repealing the Goobel law an the have tho power to do content tIn solves with a vague promise toameml it at M me future tune In tho moan time they propose to yore tho Repub licans what is their just rigid soar representation upon the election boards It is n strange and sad thing in Kentucky when tyranny is runic legal and the only privilege Of the party out of power is that which is gloats thom by tho party in power The CITIZEN is strictly nonpartisan hut this is not a contest between parties hilt a fight for tho right of self government Our sympathies aro with those who support Yorkes totalThe circulation of national bank notes at tho close of business Juno 30 1900 was 5309559019 an in crease for tho year of 508291023 The circulation based on United States bonds was 27111555 an in crease for the year of 568851 IBS orSc iallnterestI hlchIIMko or Mud tIolquootionmain thoroughfare of Beren id still uusrttiedIf is another month of inaction it will bo settled in favor of mud misery und tho profanity of team HtllS And yet if ull tho pooplo who have acid Why dont thoy build n piIoI would turn in nUll help the piko would bo built The trouble is wo have been holding back and selfishly hoping the subscription would be completed without our help Others hum boon disgusted bo cause name who were to bo largely benefited by th piko hud subscribed little or nothing But this must not binder us from doing our share During the next fow days two or three men will give thoir timo to car ring tho subscription paper around Dont put them off Dont arguo too long Dont try to figure out how little you can give It is a great chauco to do a great thing in which wo shall rejoice for years to come Tho subscriptions already made nro a epleutlidstarter But the whole project lays in doubt Will you do your part t County Institutes Tho following institutes will be held July 23 Hydon Leslie Jack son McKee Hazard Perry Campion Wolfe Laurel Hindtnnn Knot Tho Estill county institute will bo held at Irvine July 30 Tho Live Stock Department of tho andnCarnival is tho biggest thing ever at tempted in tho South August 1318 Cheap excursion rates on all rail ronds Lost A ticket to tho Lexington fair Aug 1JMS Labeled Good for mill fea tures Valtio unlimited Finder will please return to this ollico nnd got reward j PATENTS PATENTAWLITYneuce Book lion toobtain Patents DESIGNS JOBTAINED j FREE CAarpeamoderate No fee till U seemed Letter strictlr confidential Address SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington b c Ordinance The following ordinance will be voted on finally by the trustees of Berea Ky thirty days after tho first publication of this notice That the presort limits of tho town of Berea bo so changed that tho west line shall be as follows Beginning at the west end of the footbridge on Chestnut avenue and running northwest with Ellipse andsfrom tho saute beginning southeast to tho south limit of tho town includ ing tho residence of E P Fnirchild S E WELCH Chairman E L HODIXSOX Clerk 7W OZOZz z z7ozz7z OZOZ r OFaECONOMY for the Spring and Summer 0Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made I ICLOTBItrGllio only rcadytowcar Clothing Tailored on a strictly tclcntlflc basis In clean well ventilated workrooms 1crfcct lilting and wcarmUtlug because the Inside the I Vital V the very life of the garment li carefulness In making represents the ex ivndtturoi ol time and thought end It a decided contrast to the tailoring seen In M onlluary readytowear lothlng The Fabric that we show are the very newest derlgni that will be Welt this ecaMin Many confined exclusively to ni In the face of werOcall o 4 LESS MONEY o Than elsewhere Ibnv can we aflbrd to such hlghgrado Clothing for less money than elsewhere Our answer Is pure nnd simple pure In a mo lcru store constructed D a Ddepxudingonalargeour purchasing loner the lower our prices than the story In a nutshell o COVINGTON MITCHELL 400 RICHMOND KENTUCKY of t rAN t IWEEKLpp1 I S FOR CASH Having adopted The CASH System our prices Iictve been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH 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 Toe ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of good Icork and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and we tout send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7 Berea Ky f WORMSFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm OYaa T3Y nXXPrepared by JAMES F ISold liy S K BOOKSC BY C WILLIAM E BARTON A Hero In the Loyal South hltorlealnovel with IlliutreUoni by Pan Hunt hound In homeiipun 81 BO Situ Unllownjr DMURlitfrlnLnrmod The Truth about the Trouble nt Ufiuuilntoiip Two pretty lltUe Southern storler with illustration A i rover delf of weft gum leaves iirh The two oslpalil for M Old Ilnnlnlliin Hyiiin A collec thin of hitherto unpubUnhed melodic of the slave and the freedman with hllnrlaal and doMpUr note In I ir ffi cents noun In board 50 The Ionlinii Had TheIr Story A study of the lwlm M related to Jew lh history Two volarai pa box with gilt top 52t0 Sprrtal Introductory priw po tHild 200 Turn Story of n Pumpkin Tie A child bonk richly Illustrated by MWIlltrd one of the briKhteft hooks for children 75 cents Sfxrinl Intro luctoy price postpaid 00 IHne Knot tory of AVntoeiy We A novel full of the atmoinhere of the quaint mountain life ltd wealth uf amuolng peculiarities and It also- lraa a hlttorloil value since It pictures condition attendant upon the anti movement The author has adrlotly utilized a mountain legeud of lost mine Price 13O- The above books will be sent postpaid by The College Bookstore frII5 BEREA KY J C MORGAN IDantaJ Surgery Office Hours 3 to IS A Mt 1 toS P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky 62800 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building plain Street Richmond Ky Telephone Ilmldf nee No Oltlce Xo 00- ftisoo Imperfect digestion and assimila tion produce disordered conditions off tho system which grow and aro confirmed by neglect Herbino gives tone to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 eta WHITES CREAMIIlMt In Quntltr ART Best C E CFF Office B C2803 for to Good Good Good Bring six and II Patent to Otlla Dent BUCKEYEr A BOON TO DR TABLERS PILE iWC CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES BY MAIL 76 CENTO BOTTa GO CEIITS Ay S F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 1 ail ftei k Slwi ST LOUIS MIL F N v THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSXAI n UEREA KKXTUCKY In the manufacture of tobacco St Louts has long led nil the rest of tho world From the Missouri district chiefly in its principal city the gov ernment dtnws far more revenue from tobacco manufacture than it does from any other quarter in the cOlin try In San Diego cu1y California recently there died at the great age of 133 years Augustine chief of the Sequoia tribe of Indians He has ruled the tribe over 100 years and in nil that time had never been incapac itated by sickness for more thau ono day at time The oldest living recipient of an honorary degree from Harvard is ex Gov George S lloutwcll of Massachu setts who received the LL D degreo in 1851 when it was the custom to so honor the governor of the state a custom which stopped with the election of Benjamin F Duller The insurance people will soon take up the matter of having cotton baled in the newfashioned round bale in stead of the old square bale which has always been more or less of n tinder box The new style is almost proof against the careless use of fire nnd the increased cost of baling is not worth taking into consideration No doubt the necessary legislation will bo forthcoming soon taros Hayashl the new Japanese minister to the court of St James is regarded na one of the ablest among Japanese junior statesmen lie passed the early part of his of ficial career in the department ot public works but he was subsequently transferred to the rank of vice minister holding that post throughout the war with China and receiving a patent of nobility for distinguished service When Trinity college Dublin con fers the degree of doctor of divinity upon Rt Her William Croswell Doane according to its announced intention it will make the third time the bishop of the diocese of Albany has been hon ored by educational institutions in Great BritaIn lIe now holds a sIm- Ilar degree from Oxford while Cam bridge has dubbed him doctor of lows Bishop Donne is a son of Boston hay been born there in 1832 On a bet of 3000 James Clayton of Gulf Mills Pa has started to tour the United States awheel lie must not use any other means of progress not even walking unless the road shall be absolutely impasnble and must return by March 28 1901 hav ing meantime visited every city of 00000 inhabitants or over getting the signature in each city of either the mayor or chief of police Mr Clayton is not nn expert rider Thirtyone cases of divorce separa tion or annulment of marriage there being no defense in any of them were disposed of by Justice Andrews of the supreme court New York a few days ago at an average speed of ten minutes to the case The character of the evidence in a number of the cases favored expedition Several de fendants appeared as witnesses for the plaintiffs nnd admitted their guilt Evidence in some of the cases had been taken on commission in other states One of the most striking objects at the military service institute mu seum on Governors Island X Y is the identical black charger Winches ter on which Gen Philip Sheridan took his celebrated ride during the civil war The animal is stuffed of course because lie died in 1870 but done his work 10 nnlasualnllifelJ1 almost as nat 1awas prepared and in Glinted at Gen Sheridans own ex pense and presented by him to the museum Cutting the sudd on theUpper Kile has released a mass of longstagnant water which is working its way down the rIver killing the fish as it goes At Assounan where the great dam is being built the lend fish have been cast ashore in millions and the odor is unpleasant The Nile water is all the workmen have to drink and though when filtered it seems to have no ill effect upon them eels plunged Into the filtered water are suffocated in a few minutes Fifteenyearold William Van AU man while picking berries west of Al toona Pa was nipped by a rattle snake which he failed to observe under a bush The fangs of the reptile caught one of the boys fingers near the end First killing the snake the lad drew his pocketknife and with Spartan courage cut off the injured finger at the second joint lIe bound the wound with his handkerchief and hastened to Altoona where the Injury was dressed The physician say he is in no danger The magnificent granite state cap itol at Austin Tex leis become in tested with centipedes of great size These poisonous insects are to be found in every department of the Mule government A few days ago one was seen in the governors private office anti after a lively chase it was killed It measured 74 inches The cause of this sudden pest of centi pedes is unknown They are particu lardy fond of damp places and large numbers of them have been seer about the sinks and lavatories of the building THE DAYS WORK Do tfcy dre work my dear Though fast and dark the clouds are drifting near Though time has little left for hope and very much for tear Do thy days work though now The hand must falter and the head must bow And far above tho falling foot shows the bold mountain brow Yet there Is left for us Who on the valleys verge stand trcm bllni thus A light that lies far In tho west soft faint but luminous We can give kindly speech And ready helping hand to all and each And patience If the young around by mill ing ahead teach We can Rive gentle thought And charity by lifes long lesson taught And wisdom from old faults lived down by toll nnd failure wrought We can give love unmarred By selfish snatch of happiness unjnrred By the keen alms of power or joy that make youth cold and hard And If gay hearts reject The gifts wo hold would faun fare on un checked On the bright roads that scarcely yield oil that young eyes expect Wliy do thy days work still The calm deep founts of love are slow to chill And Heaven may yet the harvest yield the workworn hands to fill All tho Year Round THE STURG1S WAGER f A DETECTIVE STORY ftfo v W CHAPTER II COXTINUKD That is just the point replied Sturgis another witness will be biased by his interests or prejudices blinded by jealousy love or hatred or handicapped by overzenlousncss stupidity lack of memory or whatnot Circumstantial evidence is al ways impartial truthful absolute When the geologist reads the history of the earth as it Is written In its crust when a Kepler or n Newton formulates the immutable laws of the universe as they are recorded in the motions of the heavenly bodies they draw their conclusions from evidence which is entirely circumstantial Yes but you forget that science has often been mistaken in its con elusions interrupted Sprague so that It has constantly been necessary to alter theories to fit newly acquired or better understood facts Granted rejoined Sturgis but that Is because the interpreters of the evidence are fallible not because the evidence itself is incomplete The tame cause will always produce the lame effect the snme chain of events ivlll Invariably terminate in one and the same catastrophe The apparent deviations from this law are due to unrecognized differences in the producing causes to additional or miss- Ing links in the chain of evidence Therefore I hold that a criminal however clever he may be leaves behind him a complete trace of his every act from which his crime may be re onstructcd with absolute certainty by a competent detective- In hort Murder will out said a man who had been n silent listener to the conversation up to this point He spoke with a quiet senile which barely escaped being a polite sneer Sturgis keen eyes met his inter locutors as he replied gravely- I should hardly care to make so sweeping an affirmation Dr Mur Sock I have merely stated that the history of every crime is indelibly written in tangible evidence The writing Is on the wall but of course a blind man cannot see it nor can an illiterate man understand it Every event however trivial owes its occurrence to a natural cause and leaves its indelible impress upon na ture The Indian on the trail rends with nn experienced eye the story of his enemys passage as it has been recorded in trodden turf and broken twigs while the bloodhound follows with unerring judgment a still surer though less tangible trail The lat ters quarry has left behind at every itep an invisible imponderable and ret unmistakable part of itself Per laps my meaning can be made clear by an illustration When n photog rapher in his dark room takes nn ex posed plate from his camera it is ap parently n blank hut in reality there Is upon this plate the minutely de tailed history of an event which In proper hands can be brought before the least competent of observers as rrefutnble evidence Jderc the actinic rays of the sunlight are the authors jf the evidence but every natural force in one way or another con spires with the detective to run the jrlniinnl to earth Unless suggested Murdock tile iblllty happens to be on the side of tIlt junrry in which case the conspiracy olnatflres forces turns ouster Ah retorted the reporter thi game is not nn equal one The dice lire loaded For while on the one hand tile detective if be falls into an error has rf lifetime In v hch to correct it any misstep on the partof the criminal to fatal And who Infallible Sot the detective at any rate hn nered Murdock with suave Irony It has always seemed to me that the halo which has been conferred upon him chiefly through the efforts of Imagin ative writers of sensational fiction is entirely undeserved In the first place most of the crlmcn of which we hear ire committed either by men of n low jrder of intelligence or else by madmen tn which latter category I include nil sriminnl acting under the Impulse of any of the Inislollshatrld love jeol ousy anger And thenwhlle the de tective tikes good cure that his sue Cues shall be proclaimed from the ioutetopi he In equally careful to ftBpfhc till account to to unprcsi every detail of his failures whenever there is any possibility of to doing You can cite I know plenty of cases in which even after the lapse of years the crime has been discovered and the criminal has been confronted with his guilt butIt In ray opinion piped the shrill voice of an elderly mnn of clerical aspect conscience is the surest detective after all Conscience retorted Murdock calmly the word Is n euphemism Man gives the name of conscience to his fear ot discovery and punishment There is no such thing as conscience in the criminal who has absolute confi deuce in his power to escape detec tionBut where is the man who can have that superb confidence in himself asked Sprague Iris name is probably legion an swered Murdock quickly He is the author of every crime whose history remains forever unwritten And are these really so numerous Let us see how the case stands in one single class of crime say for in stance murder Whenever the solu tion of n sensational murder mystery Is effected by the detectives or by their allies the gentlemen of the press like our friend Mr Sturgis we the gullible public vociferously applaud the achievements of these guardians of the public safety and forthwith pro ceed to award them a niche in the tem ple of Fame So far so good lint what of the dark mysteries which rev main forever unsolved What of the numerous crimes of which no one ever even knows OhI come now doctor laughed Sprague isnt it rather paradoxical to base your argument on the assumption of crimes of whose very existence you admit you have no knowledge Murdock smiled grimly as he replied Go to the morgue of any large city where the unrecognized dead arc ex posed for identification Aside from the morbid crowd which is drawn to such n place by uncanny curiosity you will lied that each corpse is anxiously scanned by numbers of people each of whom is seeking n missing friend or relative At the most each body can furnish the key to only one mystery Then what of the scores ny the hundreds of others After a short pause he continued Xo murder will not outat least not when the criminal is what I might call a professional a man of genius in his vocation educated Intelligent dispassionate scientific Fortunately for the reputation of the detective ama teur and professional the genius in tfie criminal line Is necessarily of a modest and retiring disposition He cannot call the public attention to Ida Inccnn Ity and skill he cannot puff his achieve ments In the dally press Not only arc his masterpieces unsigned but they re mania forever unheard of The detec the is known only by his successes the criminals reputation is based role ly upon his failures Dr Murdock delivered this parting shot with the cool deliberateness which All THIS StILt DO was characteristic of themmnIhieinsMilent irony of his tilled by the calmness of his bearing say doctor laughed Sprague you have missed your vocation You should have adopted the profession of scientific criminal yourself You ceem to possess the theory of the science its It mud a little experience would no doubt lave made you an adept In the practice as well A look of mild amusement paused over Murdouks countenance Perhaps you arc right Mr Sprague At any rate I think I may affirm with out overweening conceit that if I had followed the course you suggest I could have prepared for your friend Mr Sturgis some pretty little problems on which to sharpen his wits I feel that I could have been an artist as well as a scientist in that line You might cohspleyounulf by writ ing alt Interesting and valuable book under stifle such title ns Hints to the Young Criminal or Crime as a Fine Art At all events your criminals of genius have a stanch advocate In you But what oh earth have the detectives done to you to call forth this whole sale vltucrntlon Nothing lint as a disinterested observer like to set fair play If I am mistaken in my estimation of the moil ern lctrelhe1 am open to conviction I have 5000 to wager against 100 that I can pick up any dally paper nil II front Its columns select nn unsolved riddle to which no detective on the fare of the earth can give the answer Have I any taker gentlemen As lie spoke his eyes met Sturgis and suddenly seemed to flash with mi earn cst defiance which instantly meted inn to the calm cynical smile of the man of the world Done said Sturgis quietly Very well Mr Sturgis observed Dr Murdock Indifferently shall confine myself to the columns of your own newspaper for time election of the nrptykni upon nhlch u ore to vprti TO And he added with n supercilious smile you arc at liberty to fix the limit of time in which the wager must be decided Hear hoar exclaimed n young broker This is becoming Interesting nnd promises sonic sport for those of us who lire giddy enough to enjoy stak ing something on this novel contest I for one am willing to lay reasonable odds on the side of law and order nil the SturIIagainst the scientific criminal tempt you to champion the cause of that np pnrently unappreciated individual Very well Fred answered the man addressed Ill take you for a hun dred A few similar bets were laughingly arranged and n copy of the Evening Tempest was sent for- CIIA1T1iil lit DR MURDOCI8IitOlliWM- Spargues stag dinner was virtually over when n servant brought in a copy of the Evening Tempest The dessert had been removed the notice nnd liqueurs bad been served nnd the guests had lighted their cigars The host passed the newspaper to Dr Murdock who proceeded to glance leisurely through Its columns Ah this will do he exclaimed at last lucre Is something which will I think answer our purpose MYSTERIOUS SHOTS IN WALL STREET WHO Pinup THE STORY OF A STRAY SATCHEL TUB IHJUC1 PUZZLED While on his teat at quarter past five oclock this afternoon 1ollreman John riynn hearing the report of a pistol from tho direction of time Knickerbocker bank The Knlckerlmcker bank Inter rupted the yocng broker Mr Dnnlnp that interests you Do your directors Indulge in pistol practice at the board meetings What Is that about the Knickerbock er bank asked the man to whom this speech uns addressed laving been en gaged with his neighbor in an earnest discussion on financial questions he had not been listening to the general jested his eyeglasses and quietly resumed Policeman John Ilynu hearing the re port of n pistol from thin direction of Knickerbocker hank In Wall street started at the top of his speed towinj that bond Ing When he was within about 0 yards of the hank another shot runs out and at the same Instant a man darted down the steps and ran toward llroadWBy Richard Dunlnp president of the Knickerbocker bank was listening at tent it ely enough now Behind true rains mask of the financier there WOK the evident anxiety of the bank president For the stability of a bank like the honor of woman Is at the mercy of every passing rumor He carried In his hand a small satchel which he dropped as soon at he saw that he was pursued After an etching chase Flynn overtook his man whom he rccog nixed an Michael julnlan alias Shorty Duff n wellknown sneak thief Oil the way back to the bank the policeman ques tioned his prisoner about the pistol shots Quintan vehemently denied having fired them but admitted that he had stolen the satchel Ills story la that as ho was passing the bank the outer door rras ajar Seeing the satchel In the vestibule he en tered crouching low In order to avoid be lag seen through the Inner door the upper portion of which Is of plate glass ttcarc ly had he laid his hands upon the satchel when ho was startled by the report of a pistol For a moment be was dazed and undecided how to act Then as no one seemed to take any notice of bis presence he was quietly slipping off when a second shot was fired Ianlcstrlcken he took to his heels only to be captured by InnOn reaching the bank Flynn found the outer door closed but not fastened The heavy Iron gate between It and the Inner door was securely locked however so that It was Impossible to cater The Knick erbocker bank has n second entrance on J change place Hut this too Is protected by a massive Iron Kite which also was found locked Flynn rapped for assistance and the cull having been answered by Po licemen Kllpatrlck nnd ODonnell ho left the former to watch the Kxchange plac door and the latter to guard the entrance on Wall street while he took his prisoner to the police station Messengers were at once dispatched to tho house of Itlchard Uunhp the president nf the bank and to that of Mr George Huthcrford the cushier The former was not at home and the family being out of town there wile no one who knew where he wax spending the evening Every eye turned toward Richard Dunlnp ns this paragraph WOK rend Ills features remained Impassive under the full control of the veteran finan cier but to an observant eye like Stir Uis the mans real anxiety was be trayed by the unconscious action of Ills right hand which lay upon the table and played nervously with a fork Yes said the hanker carelessly feeling the curious gaze of the oilier guests upon him and answering their unspoken questions yes tint Is trite I did not tell my housekeeper that I vfis invited to dine by our friend Sprague this evening There wns of course no reason why I should Wtll Ur Murdock did they find Ruther fordMurdock had looked up while the banker was speaking He now leisure ly found his place and continued the reading of the article In time Tempest Tie cashier fortunately was nt home and he hurried down town at once with his JOet of hank keys Two detectives from tho central once accompanied him nnd the three men carefully searched the premises They found nothing out of the way there except that three gas Jets were lighted nnd turned on full blaze At lint the detectives were Inclined to think that bank robbers md gained an entrance tn the building and that ono of them having cnught sight of Ihorty Duff as ho reached In to steal tho satchel from thin vestibule hot fired upon lint This would explain time pistol shots Hoard by Flynn A careful examination of till bank however failed to reveal any trace of a bullet Tho valise when opened proved to con filn only a change of linen for a man nnd n few toilet articles of but slight Intrinsic value The satchel itself an ordinary heap leather handbag stamped In Imita tion of alligator skin The police arc now looking for Its owner In the opt lhaj M fill 14f to rvw some light on the mystery of this ilsto1 shotsWhen Dr Murdock had finished rend ing everybody except Dunlnp and Sturgis looked disappointed The former settled hack in his chair tin muscles of his face relaxed and the anxious bank president once store became the genial and polished man ol the world The reporter lint gazing thoughtfully nt his wineglass Well Mr SturgU said Murdock what do you think of my little prob lemI have already been ns lgncd to work up this case for the Tempest an swered the reporter quietly Indeed Perhaps you are the au Uior of this very article No Then lire you willing to make the solution of this little mystery the subject of our wager and the test of your theo riesHold on doctor reclaimed Sprague you are doing Sturgis an Injustice Why pick out ns n test of his ability u problem which to all intents and purpose tins already bc en solved by the pollen live him sonic truly knotty question and he will be in his clement and then at least some Interest will attach to your wager Aluh you think the problem hiss already been solved To be sure Tie article you have rend us started out ns It it were going to prove interesting but Instead of that It ends in an anticlimax What Is the crime here The confessed theft by n petty sneak thief of n satchel worth with Its contents perhaps eight or ten dollars And where Is the mystery The ownership of n few pieces of unmarked linen of so little value that the owner does not care to take the trouble to claim them- I cannot agree with you Mr Sprague While the crime In thin case may be n petty theft it contains to rap mind interesting features which you appear to lose sight of In your disdain ful summary The problem It teem to me Involves a suitable explanation of two rather mysterious pistol slots to uJ nothing of such minor details ah lighted gas jets behind securely locked gates AK Mr Sturgis has Informed m- In ida earnest and lucid way every ef fret hns n cause I should like to know the cause that lighted the gas in time Knickerbocker bank I shall probably find out that enlist the day after tomorrow said Mr Dunlnp smiling nnd I shall give the fellow a talking to for Ids cnrclcr sncsi In forgetting to turn out the gas when IIP locked up Mr Diinlnps suggestion contin tied Murdock is plausible In itself and we might even nmuinc that the same careless employe after locking up the bank forgot to close the outer door on the Wall strrrt tide hut even then we have not disposed of tie own ership of the satchel nor of the two pis tol slots The police theory that thirst shots were fired by bank robbers seems I admit very farfetched Profession al cracksmen would hardly Iw likely tn tire unless cornered nail then they would fire to kill or at least to disable If their bullets failed to hit the mark they would at any rate leave tome truce To He Continued ORIGIN OF SCUTAGE A Fearful Taa That Was Rmrled In the Tlnir of henry II or Ennland The tax or feudal payment known as scutngc is In all our hook de byIlenryhis tenants In chief the feudal noble of England were allowed or required to pay n fixed sum In money In lieu of the fulfillment nf the military rfc qtIrrmrntM of their tenure that is te serve the king In the field with a cer tain number of followers This says time International Monthly was sup Ksed to have had thr twofold advan tage Indeed to have been Introduced for the twofold purpoxv f providing till ninbltlnus king with money with which to hlrr a more mobile and ef fective military force and of weak ening the military habits of till great vassals It appears however on close rr investigation that Kcutagrn hmt lienryIIcommutations of military service 11 n special form of feudal ImpnHUion scarcely dlstlnguishi ble front the aid or Iho doniim though It Is true cal lected when otherwise n summons to ctual military service might have teen expected This is not till roily instance where a closer study of thei records hiss recently deprived fnmoui rulers nf the traditional credit of ini tiating farrenclilng lines nf policy Oh Thou Drnr Girls Poor fellow slit said lie pro posed bnt I hail to refuse him Ah exclaimed her dearest knead Then that explains It Explains what 7 Ilrother Tom said the men at the club were all congratulating him on something or other last nlghtCh1 cago Post- Cause unit HfTrcf I hear the tenor Is laid up with a sprained ankle said the church choir baritoneYes giggled time soprano he slipped up on an organ pealPhlla delphia Record Hntr Crnimerre Works Grocer IJroomcorn has gone up ClerkWhats that for Grocer Why stupid to keep up with the way weve raised the price of brooms Chicago Record So They Do- Do people ever have corns any where except on their feet Why yet farmers hue corn ID the firVbUt1dphh UulHtlal t HEALTHY WOMENi Man J Kennedy manager of Artnour A Coi Exhibit at the TraniMlMia Kipoiition at Omaha Neb writes tha fnllourinc Pt runs II a cure for that eontmoapbue of summer ea taint knorfn 11 gistion1l llII found the continualiIncidental to eight years traveling completely up et my yslemIn several n h a clans rided Itsuffered with catarrh of the stomach Irecrlltlon not teem to me any to read of the markahle cures effected by the ue of Ienin I decided to It sail soon found myself well ro pod hue now uied Icruna for about three months and feel completely rev I believe Iam cured and do not henltate to cive unstinted praise to your great remedy Peruna causes of iiimmer ratarrh are first chronic catarrh second derangements the stomach ant liver impute blood the rate anyone who knowanything whstevrr about the operations of Ptruna can understand why b a permanent cure for summer catarrh It catarrh from the Invigorating the stomach and liver cleanses tot blood of all impurities and therefore permanently cures by removing the curse a hot peculiar to hot weather The cause being removed symptoms din themselves- Summer Catarrhsent free to any ad dress hv The Peruna Medicine Co Column bus Ohi- oMURPHY WAS MUCH PUZZLED lie Manured to Give JnlUUclnry Aa severs In the questions However One of the Xw York enumerator called on an old Ihthman who rnthitawas Mur bus very muebIuplnrd although he had been In the country inough to to through several cenuit Time cinntf he exclaimed suspiciously 1hwat it etc I told lam that it was a retard of the aril of in the Vmted States that was brine prepared for the government where it he Wit flattered and wanted to till roe hit family history as far back at he knew it lit memory however was defer datuth t hI repeated scratching hit head sure an I t at all at aU Then after reflecting awhile he brightened up and said Sure an II trot the year crop fated in Ireland Wat It in 3i I siifjeMed at a ven turn tWllltb he re plied and let It go at that lied forgotten too the ur of hit ar rival In but f renumber that tier see Oteeleywas runnin for pritident at the Arrohftllc After sapper he procured hi wllel but clothesline from fattened one nod of it to hit St Bernard collar and the other to the handle liar of hit bkjrcle Then he went out into the middle of the road and mounted For about four rods that tt until the St llernard fIil I a canine friend the irniatlon was dreamlike after that It be rime one horrible nightmare In dtt rra lion the rider clutched bars back pedaled and lairl howled until at last ho- became tiifllcienlly tool to tall to the Aoz to top It tollplllall right but the wheel had motions its own It went on till it truck the dog amidships then It rose in the air tending its rider toward cioudland lies head tried conclusions with and when they Lroulhl him to he promise hit wife never to it again Detroit rre Prea A boy In the fa milalwar comei In handy when the enough to save- Atchison Globe Painful Periodsarm overcome by Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound Fifty thousand happy women testify to thla In grateful letters to Mrs Pinkham Menstruation Is a severe strain on a wo mans vitality If It Im painful something IB wrong which I Lydia E Plnkhuni Vegetable Compound willpromptly set right f If excessive or Irregular write to Mrs Pinkhan Lynn Mass foradvice Evidence abounds that Mrs Plnkhama advlom and medicine have for many years boon helping women to be strong No other advice Is so unvaryingly accurate no other medicine has such m record of cureE- verybody enjoys custard made from Burnbami Cream Custard Just diiiolve in hot milk pbYIIcianIChildren and Invalid All Grocers are civ tag a I lie package free to a purchaser of package of ilurnhami Jcllyconthl l3itt Jllr rtUmIODr Order todeij 3 I THE GREAT WORLDS CRISIS At CnlilnM Mr HI run Ur 1011fir the Uld fllnlpH Wni nrflnllrlr- nnil rally llprhlril Upon WaHiiliiRton 111121R n result of the cabinet meetings held Tuesday and Thnrwlny the policy of the Unit ed BtntcH concerning the great world definitelydeeldedpolicy In follows Tim ITnltrd States will under no circumstance join In the partition of Chlnn among the povvcm 2 The United States will use nil HH Influence to the utmost extent short of war with Kuropcnn notions to prevent tho dlEiiicinbcnncnt of limo ChlncM empire 3 The United States proposes to have n voice In the settlement of limo Chinese trouble and Its voice will ever ho against Kpollntlon anti In fa vor of preservation of Clilnnn tcrrl lorlnl nnd governmental entity along tho lines net forth In Secretary Hays note to the power dated July 3 4 Ihe United State wilt not de clare war upon China on the prevent allowing of facts no matter what other powers nosy do 5 The United States acting Inde pendently anti for Itself will coop ernto with the other powers In restoring order In Chinn In punishing all onielnlw high or low found guilty of crimes against human life In set ting up a stable government that may glue guarantees of security of life and property nnd freedom of trade MORE MARINES FOR CHINA A lUllntlnn of fllll orilrrri unit Men 1111 Irnwe leer 1 nrk fur Snn 1rniirliro Xest ftunilnr Sew York July 21Gen Hcyuood comtunndnnt of the mnrlnc corps and MnJ Denny quartermaster wero In consultation with Secretary Iong at thn nary department Friday with re trnllllJlorlDlinntst mobilized In this city for service In Chlnn These marines numlcrlng fifteen nnicers soil 501 men under command of Maj Dlcklns will leave this city next Sunday afternoon at 310 oclock for Sun KrnneUeo They ore sched uled to sail on the transport Han cork which will lenve Sun Francisco within nn hour or two after their nr rltnl either on the 27th or 28th In ktnnt EMPEROR OF CIIINA Al for lnlUllnn cif 1rnnrr With the Foreman Iltnrrn nnimiinlrn tine Hrrrltrl In Tim Kltrct Vnrln July 2lThe Chlnri e min Inter nt Paris linn trntimnlttcil to M DiInnH p inlnlotrr of foreign nffulm for uonitntinlcntlnn to Prrnlilcnt oil bet n telegram from the emperor of China whhhRJI ilUpatchml by the Knvrrnor of ShnnRttinj Thtirwluy July 10 asking the mediation of Inuico with time foreign povcr Tho trlr min iniiKon no nllunlon to the e foreign mlnUtcr nt Peking M DelciiKi Informed the minister taut Irealilcnt Ixiiilct reply Mniiltl be nddrcKucd to the French Icirntlon Hi eking where the Imperial govern ment can olitnln It lint first the gory rrnmrnt of the republic will wait un til It Is certain hut the French min ister at Peking is sate tad sound TROUBLE IN PERSIA Three Tlinninntt Chrltlnn In Im tnrUlnlr llnncpr rrrml hand lollnnil Conflict Icorln III July 21 0eorge Shl 111001111 Prmiiiit uttident who lini been nttrndlng II college In Illinois for sacral years amid III punning the hummer In Icorln Friday rcreltrri n cablegram from his hone Oroomlu Pcraln staling his brother Iiml been munlrrcd by Mohnmmeilans and that n general massacre of the 3000 Chrla tlntiH In Ornniln was expected Tin cnblegrnm slates that the feeling of the MohammcdiuiR against the any the hrUtlauH growing nnd that them have been several linndtoIinnd bnttlrx with fatalities sin Imth alder Mr KliiinoouH father in n native tubs blonary and tills fact nddn to the wrath ngalmit htm nnd ARMED BOXERS WELL A henry Itcnnrl lrnnId lend IU for inrh AVItlU limit They llrlnn In New York July HA dispatch from ChcFoo says It reported that after time allied nnnlcH recaptured the native city of TlcnTidii last Saturday their shcllo set tire to the town The Chinese be fore they lied killed all their own women It fs reported to prevent their falling Into the foreigners handiii Native Chinese report that there nre In nnd around Peking lit least 300000 Chlncno troops std that the IloxcrV are armed with the best null most modern weapons front nil sources come the same tidings that the IJoxcrs inure enormous Supplies of modern main and amnuinltlon Wn riillinnnn Cnimln Noblp vllle Ind July 21Clmns C 1ullman died northeast ot this city of consumption aged 29 Ho was hurled by the county Ho once had considerable money but spent it in searching for health lie wits n cousin of time lute Gco M Pullman nook Hell Well Washington July 21A profit of 20000 has been realized by the pORt- o lc department on time sale of post ale stamp hooks up to the present time About 2230000 of three books Of till kind hgrg been sqld THE SUNDAY SCHOOL tenon In the Inlrrnntlnniil Strlea for July 20 1IIOO Tbt- Trnnilluarittlnii Prepared by H C LenlnjjtonJ TUB LK88ON TKXTIuke JM3 COMl TliXTTliU U Mr helnvril Koni hear II IOIukc Dilll NOTI S AND COMMUNTH lime event of this lesson occurred probably on Mount Mormon or one of UK spurs In the vicinity of Cesarea about a week after last lesson In the autumn of A n 20 The story of the healing of the demoniac boy Imme diately following the transfiguration should be studied In connection with the lessons and also Jesus second announcement of Kin death nnd resur reel Ion of which Is given In Juhe 02813 Parallel iiccounta of the transfiguration are founts In Matthew 17113 and Mark 0213 Jesus amid Disciple In Prayer We note again nnd again In the atUIIor the life of Jesus the relation of prayer to tho events of greatest Importance Wo may well think of the 40 days of temptation In the wilderness as 40 days of prayer for It was then that the great Issues of HIlt life human ly speaking were decided as for Goal nnd humanity Tho night preceding the choosing of llln apostles and the utterance of the sermon on the mount was spent nlone III prayer And now on the eve of another great revelation of Hlmtclf to three of liii dlscple we find Him with then Peter John stud James going up into a mountain to prny Time Trailsfiguration And as He prayed tho fashion of llln counte nonce was altered Tho transfigura lot scene Is one of time most wonder furl In all history but at the same tints it has Its analogy In every hu man life There Is n short season na with tho dlnclplcs when wcHcvm trans ortcd beyond ourselves and wo erect tosrcthefaccof God In nIl Its wondrous beauty nnd x wer We here seen the face of n loved one lit up with n more then earthly light when time face has become transfigured In n moment of uncommon sympathy n moment of entering Into time life anti heart of that other ns never before and per haps never again we seen Into time depths of time ryes and foumr not ft face but n soul of dlvlnn beauty Conference on the lolllllnllllIel behold there talked with Him two nun which were Moses and i11ns KHJnh It has been remarked by student of time Htlile that here we haw n conference between time lead ors of three great principles In religious life Mourn represented the law He WRIt the great lawglrcr of the Jewish nation Klljnh represented the prophets In their teaching time Jewish rabbis always thought of the Mosaic law ns the basis nod founda tion of their religion The prophecies rcenforccd this Inw ns showing na tional prosperity as the result of obedience to that law and national decadence time natural effect of the falling away frost that law Jesus stood for n new prlnclplr the Gospel He came to offer a free salvation from sin and the death which time Mil sale Inw had declared the penalty of sin These three eonferrrd on the mountain And they talked verse 31 of Jesus approaching death on the cross During this conference Peter John and James under some mystery ous Influence fell asleep When they awoke they saw the glory of Jesus nail Ills two companions Sate In passing one Important teaching of this event rrm The reality of the titmice life Moses and Klljnh could not have come back to earth bad death ended nil Their personality they preserved through tile years anti centuries anti they rnmc now to spire faith In the disciples nod to give comfort to the unman Christ The Voice Out of the CloudAtoll- Peter was fully awnke he said Mas ter It Is good for us to be lore This suggests a question which must he answered In time negative Peter did not know what really was good for him He must needs yet go through many herd experiences times of discouragement tIme routine of common toll This moment of exaltation spiritual and physical was to serve merely as an Inspiration to great en deavor nnd n glimpse Into the future happiness prepared for the faithful Even while he was speaking there cnmc n cloud about them nnd out of mybelovedTime Demoniac toyTwo lessons lire prominent In this story Head Marks account 01432 Time first los son Is time faith of the father of the demoniac which made possible the healing touch of Jesus This father said Iord I believe help Thou my unbelief The second lesson comes out of the failure of the disciples to heal tho boy When pressed for the reason Jesus soil This kind can come forth by nothing but by prayer noel fasting Mark 020 Jesus Death and Resurrection Fore told Jesus and Ills disciples now returned to Capernaum and nn the way Matthew 1722 23 Jrsus foretells Ills betrayal death and resurrection The disciples dill not understand hat something In Mil manner forbade them questioning Rim about It All for the Service We must luring something of all our powers something of Intellect In judg ment and of the heart In enthusiasm but much of the soul for the service of the soul Is the soul of service Mare Thnn Ornninrnt Life Is more than ornament What docs time dead man core for the fringes of shrourt Hoston Congregation n lid Gods lInt AhynlN Itcnrty Gods luau Is always ready It Is out hand that lta 50 IJoston Congregn tlonaUtt The Trust Problem protJIrlDbheytorerespect much r the various disorder which attack the stomach such as con biliousnetsremedytottoil JlcSwuttm an IrSithAd sworn oft smoking for three months One day about four werklafter the bargain been made tho two met Each was dying or a good cigar Say Johnsaid Me twitters kept your end of time bargain bell witters I cant Iou lows ten dollars Neither can I here I must have a smoke Tell ou what Ill do Ill giveyou two dollars IIOU will call the deal oft Donel said McSwitter He took the two and placed them In hie vest pocket Ill buy he Half an hour later was on his way home chuckling softly McSwitters was the twelfth man had bought himoff on cigar deal Syracuse Herald If Von Have Pimple Tetter Eczema or any disease of or Mucous Membranes that can be reached by an outward it can grMtbeuLiJlerkept in every household ready for any emergency Lotion will greatly assist In all such afflictions your drug SolonPalmereive free pamphlet of testimonials with sample of or Soap A lleary Case Mack ORellHard times have about change with IJlighter I remember when he always had a cue of champagne in the cellar now he hu only a cue of beer Luke Warme Well know circum stances alter euel cblc lIo Evening News llrnl for the Ilunrcls No matter what alls you headache to a cancer you will never get well until your bowels are right Catcarcts help nature cure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost ou 10 cents to start getting your health back Cawtrcts andy Cathartic genuine put In metal boxes every tamped on it Rewire of imitation What hart The other side observed the candidate in much apprehension are putting some damaging reports in Hut no money to speak of rejoined the chairman of the campaign committee com placently Detroit Journal Mnrqnrllr nn Lkr Superior la one of the most charming summer resorts reached via the Chicago Milwaukee b bt Paul ltllilwa healthful location beautiful scenery fronthayquetle very n rout uandpoillt of neallh rest and comfort Kora copy of The Lake Superior Country containing a description of Marmiettt countr address with four 111HutTordcago Archafolnarr These the archaeologist of the lUtant future is explaining represents the take walk of the ancients The walk cniitrd of a number of movements evi dently designed to assist the of take Hence the nameDetroit Journal M M Moore Clerk City Council Columbus la writes 1 bays known cethlDa Teething Powders to remove worms when all other remedies had failed One of the baflling mysteries of nature Is the pie that in but feels solider than a brick in the stomach De troit Journal Each nackaee of ler tAn FADffws ITM cobra cither HllklW101 or Cotton perfectly Hold by 4 When you meet an obstacle use It for a lepvkg Uonc Chicago Daily News JIAItKKT tht anT Cincinnati July 20 CAT Ili Common S3 25 I1 4 25 Select butchers 5 00 m 5 15 AIVISiixtruN n 0 HOtJS Select packers 5 40 fIi 45 Mixed packer 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the aims and workings ol this groat institution Before the War as wo all havo heard it was begun or founded John G Feo J A H Hogers John Hanson and others drew up a con stitution or agreement that was the beginning of the College This con stitution begins with tho words border to promote the Cause of Chris All that has been done by this school is in Christs name and for His glory The Constitution goes on to say that the object of the Collego shall bo to furnish a thorough education all worthy young pooplo at the least possible expense in money The founders and all who havo sicce aid ed the Institution believed that one of the best ways to promote the cause of Christ was to provide an education for all who really desired itlTo give a man bread without making him pay what it is worth will do the man harm make him lazy and a pauper But to give o man education of the right sort will make him a good citi ZenTime Founders of the school wen out to secure money to pay teachers build buildings and so forth so that theymight give an education to all who were in earnest to get one The money and other property was placed in the care of Trustees who are to use it according to the plan laid down in the Constitution This Board of Trustees is continually renewed by tho election of now members so that the work of tho College will go on forever The now Presidents house is being built large anti comfortable so that when tho noble people who have given so generously for tho work of tho Collego come hero people like Dr Pearsons and Helen Gouldthoy can be suitably entertained Beroa College then is not a money makiug institution but gift a great public trust an institution and conducted for tho fOUDdtdI people Good immoral character is required as a condition for admission to the advantages of BerN College The College does not ask is he rich or iai ho poor It does ask is he a person of good morel character And the young people at Borea Bro known and noted far and wide as honest tem perate industrious oloanhearUd and vrtuous Some young people liars to bo rejected every year Some aro not found out for a time But where else can you find five hundred young men and not a cigar or a pool of tobacco juice Where else can you find so many young peoplo who aro strict in paying their board bills and their laundry bills and their dentist bills I Hundreds of young people learn in Berea from their Christian teachers how to bo happy without being wick ed or foolish and they go forth to bless the homes and schools and churches of the land Something for everybody is of fered in the different departments of this great school We wish to say a word about these departments so that parents may know where their chil will be placed in tho school This isI one of the great advantages of Berea It has a separate teacher for each subject and for each grade and can thus do far bettor by the pupils than the schools whore a few teachers tryI to teacheverything Model Schools If your son orI daughter is not advanced far enough to got a teachers certificate thoy will be placed in tho Model Schools in the grado where thoy can do the best work and advance tho most rapidly Besides tho regular studies in tho Model Schools all aro taught some thing about Singing and Gardening and tho boys something about Car pentry and the girls something about Sewing and CookingIThose who can only stay in school a short time are advised to put in a large part of the time in Carpentry or Housework BO ae to fit themselves as soon as possible to earn a good honest living The SubPreparatory or AI Grammar is for those who have or could get a lowgrado teachers certificate but who need moro drill in tho common branches Thoro aro three divisions of this grado one division for those who expect to take the Normal Course which trains dirisionlforApnlUd Science Cmirne which fits thorn for Farmers Housekeepers and Business men mid tho Armltmy which prepares thorn for higher edu cation Wo will sponk of these three courses and other matters noxt week Keep this artiolo ftfr reference You want to know all about your part in Berea CollegoZ P 1Ii Coii espoqeleqce Owsley County Itoonevillu A good rain Thursday Farmers nro rejoicing A fino crop of apples on Lower Buffalo Creek The little son and only child of W B Bullock died on last Monday- A J Chandler of Indian Creek made a short visit to this place lost Tuesday An effort is being made to got a now postoilico at Elfred Evorsolos on Cow Creek Preston Combs oldest boy got his foot hurt very badly a few days ago by n wagon M J Reynolds and John Mooroof Cow Creek aro visiting friends and relatives in Jackson county William Wilder of this place has a turnip growing in his garden which measures 1J feet across tho top Old undo Henry Bowman of thi place says he can recollect when his father had to contend with the In countrytWhites Cream Vermifuge not only effectually expels worms but is un equalled as a tonic and is a certain and pormanont curo fir Chills and- Fever in children Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr Madison County Innoln- Wo have had some splendidshowers this week Mr J P Logsdeu is recovering from a broken arm Mrs W R Carr has been very ill but is getting better Mr Dan Thomas is teaching at tho Thomas Schoolhouse Miss Bush of Collego Hill is teaching the Red Hill School Mr Speed Hendrix of BeanraUow Is visiting John Dalton Mr and Mrs John M Powelvisit ed friends here Thursday The tamers are trying to stack their oats between showers Mr Richard Chrisman has goes toI Otter Creel in search of work Mrs Nancy Ledfoitl It visiting her at McKee in Jackson cone trIThe merchants here are a tint ring business in logs lumber aodI ties novo Long has just finished n protracted meeting at Red Hill School houseMessrs Will and John Pearson and M A Logsdeu went to High Bridge SundayThe contractors are ready to begin building a new piko from Speedwell- to Brassfield Miss Katie Benton returned from Lexington Saturday whore she has been visiting friends Miss Addie Johnstone has just re turned from College Hill where she has been visiting her uncle Dr CombsMr Clarence Johnstone has just returned from Pinckard where he has been working for the Western Union Telegraph Company- A mad dog created considerable excitement in our town last week entering the house of Polk Logsden nmlI badly frightening Mrs Logsden It was finally shot in the parlor before had hurt anyone TUB WERNTZ Supreme Jackson County CoMliigsworth Mr J Powell of this placo is at Livingston selling goods The school at Birch Lick is progressing nicely J M Gilbert teach or Mrs Hays of Berea and Mrs Smith of Illinois passed through hero on their way to Annvillo and other parts to organize Sunday schools Drip flock Had a good rain hero the 18th which was badly needed- D C Alcorn has returned from Be rea whore ho has boon visiting Miss Etta Gay began her school hero on tho 16th She has a full schoolProf Raymond and wife and Mrs Merrow recently visited at II 11 Fowlers Mr Click agent for the Marysvillo Woolen Mills will be in this vicinity woolsMr and Mrs D C Sparks are re jo ling over the arrival of a baby girl at their homo Daniel says its tho eighth wonder of the world Green Hall Luther Wilson is teaching at Hick ory Flat Miss Carrie Gilbert visited her cousin Miss Mary Minter Saturday- R D Halo smith Walker Tread way attended church nt Rock Spring Sun dayRev James Anderson preached to largo audience Sundayat Hock SpringMiss Ella A Mahaffoy from Beron is visiting her sister Mrs David Fluuery Mrs Lucy Wilson was the guest of her sister Mrs Klizn Minter Thursday Mr Chester Maiooue Iud sister Jennie of Buck Creak attended IIThewu held at McKee July M Prof I M Holcomb of Oklahoma City was instructor ISvortrroon Miss Minnie Lake is teaching school at Narrow Gap Miss Nannie Lake went to Dispn tauta to begin her school People are done with their crops and are putting up berries Mr Law of Wolchburg is visiting this vicinity selling Bibles Mr Amyx of Pond Creek ia visiting relatives at Evergreen Miss Ella Lake is teaching at Davis Branch Rockcastlo county Mrs Sallie Hellard was the guest of Mrs Elizabeth Lake Saturday Rev Mason Jones of Boyle county preached at Pine Grove Sunday to a largo audience Robert Maupin and Robert Rose returned home They have been at Louisville for moonshining- Mr Edward Lake and family were greatlyentertained Thursday by Misses Katie and Nannie hike Is your liver tired l Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses or Herbine may save you a spell of sickness Herbine is the only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and fever Price rl eta S E Welch Jr Theres no need Youll find everyi to go to the A t ROW J FAIR A thing and no PARIS t lIlfDII Pond to rear EXPOAugust l rrfIgoe1 314151617 IB I90P 30000 PMS 30000 JJveStock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races eree ttraot1ons THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 Flaa LftdU direct from Hungary In Dally Conoorta 33 FAM- ILYfrItLEMBERSG Aeriallsts FREE families Ttcco celebratedI PERFORMANCES each day In front ot tho grand stand TUB DILLWORTII FAM- ILY8lilllIBERS8 Unrivaled AcrobatsI the AJOADJA TILLJWlllincludo thojnost gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuseI i the beat and highest priced artists and the grandest aggroI Ration ot Oriental and modem novorty features ever congregated Il one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS ITIrEoW SHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky KTExcursJon t rates on all railroads See posters and small hand bllla f mHTHE SCHOOL A Loiter From SHe DEAU CITIZEN Ivo got a shorthorn calf thats u plumb dandy I call him Bute Hut lies onla calf An tether day out in the cow lot axed him Bute says I what nr you tliinkin about 1 But ho didnt nay iiothin Well says I I dont guess you re thiukiu enough about anything to give you Boftenin o tho brain An Bute ho rover contradicted mo tlllsays I whether you thinkin or not I am a thinking wha- earthly good was it to you that you was born into this world Then that ar calf looked kinder thoughtful but ho was only makin believe Aro ye proud o yer line clothes says I Sakes alive though but you haint got novo an dont want cm An would yo liko to live in a flue house with u carpet nn with pictures on time walls t Or does tho old dirty cow shed suit you just as well Andoyo love yer mammy says I Only for what she gives you says to myself Youd lore a milk bucket just as well But I dont guess youd lay down yor life for yor mom my would you lintel When you got big nu have horns youll drive her away front tho bucket o slop an eat it all away from her Wont you now I Au ye cant play only just ono gauze an thats a runuin around kinder crazy like An Bute ho witched his tail but it want to moan like nodding his hOld Hit WAS only to brush tho Mien ofT Now looky here flute ways I do OrilidairAn still Bute never said uotliin yourebedought to learn 10 you reckon thy could teach you anything if you went tryROThen that ar calf just said U slow an solemn like But I kuowed he didnt mean it You ever lastin critter you says I Id keep my mouth abut if 1 was you unless Iliad autbin sensible to say Now Butf I tell ye what IV thought of one thing in this world that you1 got sense enough to rajoj An thats driukio fresh milk I don t for tit mighty good Only you gulp that down no greedy bet you half tests it Fact in says I Ive- made lip wy mimi to one thing If I hada chance five me to live Ii thousand years an he n calf all the time I woulnt give fifty cents for tho blessed privilege So now Id die liko a maii when my time come and leave them fifty cents to tho preacherAn ho walked elf liko ho didnt want to bo seen talkie with aIsensible person like me But ho want to blame know Ho was only a C1lC1IBut I foil to thiukin how a lump o peoplo who was born to be men tako up the calf o loin timings or rather o not dom nothin nor study in none nor knowin nothiu An I thought that all tho blamed enjoyment that thoy got in their whole lives aint equal to what God Almighty intended for us to eujo io if wed only do timings rightlYours truthfullySILAS SHINGLES A r THE HOME litlltwl by KATE t PUTNAM Timelier In Derm follicc A Sued Convention Iuittlnmil from Irt week If yon please spoke up a rough littlo Burr I should liko to speak ghoIgave mo littlo hooks and told mo to catch on to anything that might bo passing by I got about disheartened I thought no ono would pass by but at last a dog with a long curly coat camo tusking past I hooked on to plncotn rain n burdock NVo havo very insignificant flowers but wo Burr make people notice us Littlo children love to gather us and make im into baskets The first rain that como will prob ably press mo into the ground and it f las I shall lay there until spring then I shall begin to grow When Jack Frost camo and open ed my very prickly burr or cradle said tho little Chestnut which is like velvet inside I was tho first ono to full out I thought I would nwvor quit fulling but I did at last mind lay on time ground for a her days when n littlo squirrel came running along and picket mo up After ho picked up quilo a mini her of chestnuts off ho started for his home When lie reached hero I think III found that ho had mow than ho could conveniently carry ho drop pet mo nud hero I have laid- I shall stay hero this winter anti when tho warm days of spring como I shall awaken Tho bluebird mind tho robin will bo tho first to ell me thou how happy I shall lx to begin my now life I hope I shall grow in to n noble trlO- HhouldI liko to spunka few words said time Thistle Iwforo we adjourn I am a winged seed like the Milkweed and the Dandelion My ancestors have always been travellers I am a Scotch Thistle how my ancestors ever tot to America I cannot tell hut we are here to stay We hue relations much smaller than we an they are called the Canada Thistle they travelled a long way too I thought I would speak today for tomorrow I may not be taen I DOW quite securely weighted down but it may not btt for long perhaps I shall easy here all winter who can tell As it is getting lair I more we adjourn Who seconds it 1 I cried time Chestnut and the little Burr time little Dawlolton and tho Milkweed were flying along at such a into they dkl not hoar tho motion What among human ills are moro annoying than piles I Tho nfilctions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but ono that makes oven rest miserable is worso Women are among its greatest martyu Tablors Buckeye Pile Ointment wile euro tho most obstinate cases Price 60 eta in bottle tubes 7fc S E Welch Jr The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 1700 given away to Shorthorn cattle alone at the Lexington Horse- Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 h THE FARM BUItnl by s 0 MAM lwltlHlr ol donut culture Harm Colltco The Involution of tho IMov plowitthousand years and oven in those faroff centuries sculptures on ancient monumentH prove that time plow wax then in common use orthochapter Hpoaks of tho plow Time oxen were plowing and the asses feed lug beside them III Egypt British India and in re mote ports of Spain plows of tho most primitive typo may bo seen Tho fundamental idea of our mod urn plow was derived from Holland Employed in Holland nt tho begin ning of lime eighteenth century it WUH then introduced into England aud bocamo very popular among progres sire farmers about I7JM It was highly recommended by Jethro Tull1ull was tho foremost agriculturist of his tiny To him hOe longs tho honor of hiving tho first to enunciate the ossuntial principle of plowing namely pulvorizing flit soil In 1785 Kolkrt RniiHomo of Ips widi England miccooded in making n plowshare of castiron nud in 1803 discovered mid patented method for chilling shares In 1780 Thomas Jefferson tho American Ambassador writing from France says Oxoti plow lucre with collars and harness Tho awkward figure of tho moldlward lends ono to consider what should be its Con- nIntr Jefferson put his theory of conoNhapcd moldbonrdH into practice in Virginia Chances Nubold of Burlington N J made tho first Amurlona matiron plow in 17117 it howurer dkl not come mute general use owing to the in lanes kopular prejudice Time tanners held that New bold a cufttfrmt plumes ioisoued the land and ciuiMd the weeds to grow The reason that UA weeds increased was of coupe wing- to the improved cultivation Later New bold substituted wrought iron share for the cast iron one but it m t a like fats In 1H07 David Peacock of New Jersey took out a patent fr- an improved plow and with a fart vanishing prejudice it same into gmi eel nse During all these your tin r Irtur plow manufacturer had Iurm a moldboard that would turn Ute fur row TIme most important factor that of fining tho sal wan totally neglect ed and in Amurion it wan not till the year 1889 that Snmuol With rtou aud Druid Pierce saw tho noel of n plow that would pulverize tho soil to a much greater degree They staled that the only way in which tho lining process could bo effected was by bending lime furrow aldeo on a curved surface so formed that it would bo twisted somewhat in tho manner ofa screw In 1837 Daniel Webster in vented a plow capable of turning a furrow twelve to fourteen inches deep To eradicate worms from the system give tho child plain nourishing food and Whites Cream Vermifuge Tho result will bo tho worms will disap pear nUll the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts SE Welch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS mttmilmYmolYBEIEA COLLEGE IItlJOver 20 teachers 700 students from 20 states Host Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT Ntiillcicntly advanced to got n teachers certificate I Trade Schoola Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Male Schools preparing for Normal and the advanced courses For those Niilliclently advanced to got n teachers certificate yoursIVtouchingVI for lire For those store advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophies and Literary Adjunct TheoryIXBorea places time host education in reach of all Iti ctJt a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a freo gift It aims to help thotw who value education ai sl 9t ib themselves and charges u small incidental Coo moot oxponRos of tho school apart train instruction StaxUts must also pay for their board Expenses for torn 12 weeks may bo within Ill about half of which must be paid in advance rime school iff endorsed by Uaptiata Congregationalism Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominations For information or friendly advice aildrtus the VlceIreaMenl CEO T PAIItCIIiLD Lit D IJcrea Madison Co Ky