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Miss now WASTED NursingTHEcourso in Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School Farm SOc a I YOLo BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1900 NO THE CITIZEN- C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor infant al Ittt Pottojflct at Drrm by u second react matlmatttr IDEAS The Mormon elders put forth a great deal of good religious talkfor bait If people would not think or speak so much about immorality between tho sexes there would ho less of it Charity thinkolh no oil Thousands of people are sorry that they did not got inoro education when they were young but you never saw a pernou who regretted any learning that had boon gained no matter how much effort and sacrifice it cost This is the time of year for asso ciations The best sermon is not the ono that makes us feet as though we woro right and nil tho rest of tho world wrong but tho one that makes us wish to bo more loving charitable and Christliko ourselves Qoeliellnni Is outrage through the forms of Law Fall Term of Korea College opeux Wednesday Sept 12 FOREIGN 7000 a week are dying from plague and cholera in India Bn tci who killed King Humbert was KuutoiKHHl to lire imprisonment Gen Chaffeo is said to ho pro paringto maintain his forces 15000 men through the winter in China Kruger U retreating before tho steady advance of the British troops 1800 British prisoners have been roo leastd It is believed that Li Hung Chang is trying to bring about a disagreement among tho Powers in China Much burning and pillaging on tho part of foreign Koldicrs is reported from Po kiu Tho Emperor and Empress Dowager hare not yet boon captured NATIONAL Tho now battleship Alabama makes eveteou knots an hour Tho Cabinet is tanking preparation to relieve tho starving miners at Capo Nome The Philippine Commission took control affairs In Manila Sopt1 Though many of tho natives desire iK aco they daro not show their friendlinosH on account of tho fear in spired by tho armed Filipinos You may bridle tho appetite but you can not bribo tho liver to do its work well You must ho honest with it help it along a little now lull then with a dose of Herbiue tho best liver regulator PricoW cts S E Welch Jr KENTUCKY Democratic campaign opened Mon lay henry Youtsey is improving in htAlth Kentucky Female College at Powco Valley burned to tho ground Loss 511000 Several bills have been introduced in tho legislature for amending or re pealing the Goebel election law Caleb Powers him many visitors in ehis room iu tho Louisville jail dud constantly receives expressions sympathy s Excursion to Berea Parties of students will bo blade up at Chicago Cleveland and Cincinnati to secure flpt cial rates over tho Big Four Route and tho Louisville amid Nashville Railroad to Berea Mr R E Short will direct the party from Chicago Mr Perry F Shrock from Cleveland and Mr George R HobI erts from Cincinnati The loadnrs will be designated by college colors bluo and cream upon tho lint Trains will leave Chicago and Cleveland 8tfO Monday evening Sept 10 and Cin cinnati Tuesday Sept 11 at 805 a m Parties joining the Cincinnati party should find tho leader an hour boforo train timoif possible that ti mo for purchase of ticket und transfer of baggage may bo given Geo T Fairchild A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Horbiuo will ro store tho liver to a healthy condition Price BO els S E Welch Jr 0 CITIZEN YeuI 100 IIOtSK AT INDIAN FIELDS KY BUILT Locals and Personals Prof IL Jones li expected Saturday Stanley Frost li back from Chautauqua Mlii Ullle Baker oi Lt tintton U at Un Frosts Mtu Jacqueline Newton hat Warren Ohio Mrs J W Chanejr and dauihter somewhat lefts Mr and Mn hue Hughes returned to Slur geon Sunday Mlu Cora PIn oMIIInols Is with the family J Ambrose Mr and Mr S X Welch hays returned from New York City Coo Hart of Ifarcnworth Kan left Saturday for Tusrola T J Oiborne and family hire returened from Baybrook Ohio C F IG son and C C Ilhodns are attending the DarbounTllle fair Mr and Mil Lack Cook of Whitewater Kan are at J J Itranamani Flab A Todd are doing a rushing builntM hipping railroad timber Cash YanWInkle who bu been very tick was reported belle r yesterday IVenj T Malta hu been the put week from an attart of blllloui fever J T Stevens and Mn J 1 Drauaman return this week from Wnthlngton City Mn Win Wllllami and daughter of Fslrland are at Mr John Itlebardtons Prof and Mn Dim more are morlng Into the Coddlnglon house on Center Street Harley and James hater of Jamestown 0 both former students returned yesterday Nearly all of our cltlztui have beta summoned to attend circuit court a furors this week Mr and Mrs Wm WlllU of Longrlew III arlrived yeiUrday to visit Mr and Mrs JI Hart Howard Einbree U at homo having ipent the luntmer In Oberlin taking a special course in music Irof iL Iennlman li In i area to teach his dM In Christian Kvldencct during Ibo ant hall of the trm- Ihsry Coddluxton and mother left last week for Lafayette Ind HU titter Kate accompanies them to Ioultvllle- Irof KrnettO Dodge 3hai left for Wlnne luigo City Minn to become Irol of Mathemat lei In Iarker College Mrs Anna Fay who has been rliltlng Mr Lou Hanson for the pa t week returned to Chant bairn yeiterdny Vernon UtlCum of Pawnee City Neb who was here expcetinIt to nlfr OlIei was home yesterday by telegram C L Koyl the now College Carpenter tin rented n portion of the rube home Mn KOI le will this week Miset Kllial th Lmlwlck of VoungMown Mr and Mn Sam Mnon of Dunrannon left din Putnam returned from her Institutes In We t Virginia and has gone to conduct one at Washington C II Ohio W A llubtard writes from Hendr monvllle N C under date of lie that he will not be able to return to llerea till next Prof Kllia H Yocum returned yesterday from Chicago fnlverslly where den hat been taking special connen In Latin end Herman Thochlldren of the Branch Sundayschool en joyed a err tlillghtful afternoon In Mn Frosta yard Saturday Kcfrcthmenu were served Marlon the Rill Hill neighborhood who was seriously crushed between two trees some time ago has been brought for treat meal Our Lady Principal Mlu Josephine A Robin ton accompanied by Mini Nancy Welch a teacher In the the Scientific Division of the A Grammar will arrA Saturday Fatrchlld who has been In Asia nnd Europe the Tim Itimnllni Hull opens today one week before the opening of the term The price of board In vacation is S174 a week In term time 1125 with imme extra charM for luxuries The advantages of warding at the lied are very great and It hut been very jiopblar under the management of Iliac Merrow The Treasurers Olllee It a busy place and It It worth while to remember the time to tee Mr OslKune or nil deputy Is between and 12 In the morning Students and teachers should try to call between and and citizen between and 1030 It the tithe time to tint Presi dent Frost Dr Fairchild Principal Manh and Mils Uoblnton In their olllces Madison County Bro D G Combs will begin a protracted meeting at the Glade church SundayHon Ben H Crutcher of Nicholas yule will address the Glade Democratic Club Saturday at 3 p m Government engineers are at Ford survey a site for a lock and dam near that place work on which will YalleyViewA terrible tragedy at Richmond Judge Tipton fatally shot in a fight with C E Woods on Saturday death following Monday Tho second meeting of tho Madison County Teachers Association will be held at Bethel church four miles from SoptemherBasket dinner will be served on tho groundOne of tho largest crouds of the year attended court day Monday A number of nudes were offered at iGO to 110 good horses were in SI25jlIugoPrices ranging from cts to li cts we but few were offered j hogs brought fair prices Pun tagraph Tho September term of the Madi son circuit court was convened Mon orgrnizationwas adjourned till Tuesday morning at 930 Tho following well known citizens compose the grand jury Tom Million foreman J Louis Francis M H Morgan Cougravo Greets Ira M Scudder Wm J Risk Jas F Oldlmm E V Elder Jas Butner W D Sanders C A Taylor Jas lessens Wedding Bells A company of about thirty relatives and near friends witnessed last Thurs day night the marriage of Mr John P Mann and Miss Maggio Elliott at the residence of tho brides parents the pleasant homo of Mr Charles Baker near Wallaceton Tho young people will be remembered as both students and music teachers prior to the last college year The wedding was pleasant for all Miss Mary Bak er played tho wedding march when tho young people took their stand under a beautiful arch of ferns and flowers and Dr Fairchild pronounc ed the ceremony After greetings re freshments were served and cordial goodnights wero spoken Mr Mann was gratefully surprised by the un expected presence of a brother and a brotherinlaw from New London 0 The young people left Saturday for their new home at Huron S Da kota where Mr Mann is to teach music Though not graduates Mr and Mrs Mann are Berea products of whichwe are not ashamed They carry with them tho best wishes of a multitude of Berea friends Hurrah for the Pike The much talked of and long delayed pike for Bereas longest street seems to be a possibility It is not yet certain but it seems possible At a meeting last Thursday night it appeared that several citizens had in creased their subscriptions anda largo number of new subscriptions had been added Enough more were thought off who might be relied upon to help to complete the neces sary amount Everything now de pend ttOH those who have as yet done nothing If they shirk or de lay wo shall all bo in tho mud but if they will do as well us those who are already on the list the piko will come If the committee dont find you call on Mr Osborne or Postmas subscriptionsome part in this great enterprise Meeting of all Subscribers at the Court Hoom 7 30 Thursday night to elect a construction commit tee Dont fail to be there perfectlyevery worm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy limo of health Price 25 cts S Welch Jr roCSEI lUSfI lUnllullolhllInn rnialeIn DradlaylnstitutePeoria withIrl Wzz1ZZ Z7Z7z1 zozrz z7Z I A PROCLAMATION OF i ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer W Season in Mens and Boys Fine jjj i Stylish Made w CDQTIIIJfG I a I It reflredto cloth you with the lowestpriced rightly made absolutely W allwool Clothing In America Rightlymade u It U of famous Vitals Brand Q the only readytowear Clothing Tailored on strictly scientific basis In clean well tfY ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting and wearresitting because the Inside the vr 1 Vitals the very life of tho garment Is carefulness In making represents the expe- nditureof time and thought Mid Is decided contrast to the tailoring seen In ordinary readytowear Clothing The Fabrics that we show are tho newest designs that will he seen title season lanfconOn exclusively to us In the lace of ithe above facts The most extraordinary feature combining our great offer Is that we can and do soil our Clothing at c LESS MONEY wK- Than elsewhere How can we afford to sell such highgrade Clothing lor than elsewhere Our answer Is pure and simple Ours Is modern store constructedQ ISI Wjjdependingour purchasing power the lower our thats the story In nuttholl COVINGTON MITCHELL i lRICHMOND KENTUCKYlltU rgtJzz zz zzZge2zfSffS uZ WANTED 21 men to begin course in Carpentry with Mr King All who last year are now making good money As many more to begin courso in Farming and II of of of to The Glory of the Log Cabin The log house is something peou liarly American The first settlers in all parts of tho country constructed such houses and they rango in value from a mere shed which affords shel ter for man and beast up to the two story doublo log houses with stone chimneys and balconies which make some of tho most beautiful homes in our country The log cabin too has been cele brated as the birthplace of more of dis tinguishedmen than ever saw the light in houses mode of brick Garfield was born In such a home in Ohio and Lincoln in Kentucky and the log cabin is the emblem of the Republican party of this State today There are some peoplo who act as though they despised houses mado of logs and are in a great hurry to ex change them for board shanties and other things which they think aro more stylish and newfashioned For such people wo wish to say that a log house properly constructed is one of the best dwellings ever inhabi ted by human beings it is cool in summer and warm in winter and moreover looks better than any other that can be built Our first illustra tion shows a twostory log house now standing in Clark county which is more than ono hundred years old How substantial comfortable and homelike it looks Another picture shows a log house less elaborate but stillcomfortable and homelike A third picture shows a board shanty The shanty has the beauty of a roof and balcony like those of a log house but it is a slimsy affair and shows far less character and enterprise It ought to be more generally known that people of wealth and taste are now building log houses in ninny places where a log house costs more than a brick house would The log houses of the Swiss are famous all over the world It is probable that several fine resi dences of logs will be built in Berea the coming year Tho CITIZEN has noticed a number of remarkably fine log houses in adjoining counties and hopes to see many more put up A log house can be built like a shed but there is no reason why it should not be the best homestead in the world One good thing about it is that any man with skill and strength can make ono that shall really be an ideal home for his family KESfKOTADLE LOn BOARD year here j a very n a price a f VORMSl C F I HANSONSLIVERY 62900 CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I OQG Proprietor NothluGhutest price LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 23 00 E B McCOY Dentist Kentucky62S J C MORGAN IDsntal Surgery Office Hours 3 to IS A M 1 sod P BuildingRichmoPJd 62900 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Maui Street Richmond Ay Telephone Krilclence No Ol Office No 00- cvsoo REPAIR THAT LOOM f attarticles of home manufacture Bring them to the Lady PrincipalYARD Good Homespun Linen 40cII IILlnesey SOc Patent dies not received Old fashioned Indigo blue preferred Good Homespun Jeans SOc Dress Flannel 60c Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars- It is a great thing that Berea Col loge is finding a chance for the moun tain women to got good money for homespunLadies Berea from Louis villa and Chicago and othercities like to get things like those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful as well as factorymadeWe who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Ky IXrFor 20 Years Has Ltd all Worm RemediesY IsOiaa DT ILIj aliirt3rCIBTsPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St LOUIS Sold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 s FOR CASH priceshaveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on crediti Call and examine onr large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices ranch lower than ever before Call and be Convinced DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY t FOREVEitlBr rjr Leaves a Every dewdrop on the roaiTo the oceans bosom Every star that ever shone Somewhere has a gladness thrown All that lives goes on forever rsrevcr and forever Every link In friendship chain Forced another link again Every throb that love has cost Made a heaven and was not lost Every look and every tone Has a seed In memory sown All that lives on forever Forever and forever Never yet a spoken word lout In echo It was heard Never was a living thought But some magic It has wrought And no deed was ever done That has died from under sun All that lives goes on forever Forever and forever So 0 soul theres no farewell Where souls once together dwell Have no fears 0 beating heart There Is no such word as part Hands that meet and closely clasp Shall forever feel the grasp All that lives goes on forever Forever and forever Annette Kohn In N Y Independent THE STURGIS WAGER I A DETECTIVE STORY S Dy EDGAR t Cpyrtghtllr by MOnETTEJ S tUePif CHAPTER XLCDNTISUEn In the meantime continued Stur gls X to whom I have already alluded was waiting in Exchange place where Chatham had a cab Upon hearing the pistol shot he went fo the accountants assistance lie passed into this office which he probably reached in time to see Clint ham rush in from the secretarys room closely followed by Arbognst X seized that chair over there In the corner nnd sprang between the hunt ed man nnd his pursuer as the latter raised his arm to tire Our nnony moos friend Is probably n man of great strength for with one blow of the chair he broke the bookkeepers wrist The hammer fell but the weapon was deflected and the Indict instead of reaching its intended vie tim passed through the upper lobe of Arbognsts left lung nnd out ni the back nt an angle of about 00 de grees The bookkeeper was standing not far from the mantelpiece yonder Do you see that broad black line on the hrnrth That was made by the bullet Its direction nnd the nngle enabled me at once to see that It must have ricochetted into the fireplace anti there sure enough I found it in the soot in the bend of the chimney Here It ls- Dunlap had listened to this nnrra the with evident interest But plow recovering from the spell of Kturgis persuasive conviction bin skepticism regained the ascendancy for n moment Mr Sturgis you have missed your vocation he said laughing good naturedly you ought to have been n playwright 1ou have n most eon vincing way of presenting both your facts and your theories 4Vhll you ore speaking one is ready to ndmlt the plausibility of every statement you make lint now that you have tin ished I have become n hardheaded banker once more and I beg to submit one or two facfs since we ure seeking faets which It seems to more enough to demolish all your elabo rate structure Go on said Sturgis it goes with out saying that any theory is worth MB BROKE TUB BOOKKEEPERS WRIST WITH ONE BLOW less unless it takes into account and explains every existing fact If there are any Jn this case which have es coped inca contingency which Is quite possible for I have no pre ten lion to infallibilty I shall be glad to Dear about them and naturally if my conclusions do not tally with the facts the conclusions must he altered since facts nrn absolute Yell then said Dunlap assum lag for the sake of the argument that these various marks which you have called trail were made by the feet of three different people admit ting even that one of these Audi viduals was Arbogast who often stays here after banking hours I do not lice that you have established by any satisfactory evidence your as sumption that the other socalled trails arc those of Chatham and a htrnngcr For aught I know to the contrary they may have been made by some of the bank employes In the discharge of their regular duties Chathams cat may have caught on a nail in the tell rae closet last week while he was re In his legit mate capacity of expert accountant Tht change of the combination of the safe may be the result of an error for we haTe no dlrept proof whatever that Arbogast is a defaulter And then when it comes to your Interest lag description of the alleged shoot ing of Arbogast it strikes mo that you are entirely carried away by your enthusiasm for in your minute lIe scription of the path of the bullet nt a certain angle of which you seem to know the measure almost to the fraction of n second you overlook sev eral important things Two shots were fired yesterday in or near the Knickerbocker bunk In say you because here Is a revolver with two empty cartridge shells here Is n black mark which may have been produced by the ricochet of a bullet and here Is n shapely piece of lend which may be that bullet As how ever one bullet cannot account for two shots you are forced nt once to assume that Chatham lies carried away the second one in the palm of his hand This is ingenious very In genlous limit Ills blood is on the telephone re ceiver observed Sturgis quietly mood exclaimed Dunlap why with the carnage that you have im nglned here there should be oceans of blood Here Is n man running around with n wounded hand who leaves a few drops of blood on the telephone receiver and nowhere else And here Is another man shot through the lungs excuse me through the upper lobe of the left lungwho does not bleed at nil And where is he now Such a wound as you have given him must I take it be fatal or at nay rate serious Yet here is n dead or at least n dying man calmly walking off as ifnil if the curtain had fallen at the end of your drama and the corpse lied hurried off to his dress Ing have forgotten something else suggested the reporter smiling Dunlap looked at him questlonlngiy Yes you have forgotten the pistol replaced In the drawer after Arbogast was shot and the doors of the bank carefully locked True No my dear sir your elab orate theory will not bear an instants calm examination And yet rejoined Sturgis my con elusions HS far are nbno lately correct Every objection which you raise is plausible enough when considered by itself but we have not to deal with n lot of isolated facts lint with n series of connected events IiIIPIstory nUll I think you will then be prepared to admit that what seems to you now n lllght of fancy on my part is nothing but n sober exposition of plain unvarnished facts Dunlap with n deprecating gesture settled back Into his chair once more We left Arbognst shot through the left lung fatally wounded us you have just remarked lie probably fell like a log while Chatham weak from shock leaned against the door jamb yonder He had probably stanched his wound with hU freo hand ns he ran I have been unable to find any truce of blood between the telephone nnd this spot On time door Jamb however the blood left n stain which has not been completely wiped out nnd which enabled me to judge of Chathams height X was the only one of the trio who knew what he was about nt this time I have n genuine admits tion for X he must ben nmn of mar velous nerve Instead of flying panic stricken from the scene as any or dinary criminal would have done he calmly proceeded to protect his retreat and to systematically cover his trail Ills first step was to lock thq Wall street gate and the inside door Quin tan had doubtless pulled the outer door to as he ran away so thatX probably thought this also locked lie then with Chathams assistance helped Arbogast who was not yet dead and who perhaps by this time Lad regained consciousness into the cab which was wailing near by In Exchange place where I found the blood stains on the curb as you will remem ber After starting oft his two accomplices In the cab he returned to the bank put away the pistol in its proper place which by the way he seems to have known and washed up all or nearly all the blood stains There is n sponge and bucket under the sink in the clerks room which were used in this operation After as he thought completely obliterating all traces of the tragedy he quietly walked oft by the Exchange place entrance locked the door anti threw away the key All this while Policeman Flynn was chasing Quinlan You will note thatX knowing nothing of the Quintan epi sode was quite justified in believing that the shots tall failed to attract any attention outside of the bank Very likely he was disturbed by the return of the policeman mind Quintan I cannot otherwise account for lilt hay ing left the gas burning Had he hind time time I feel confident that with his customary thoroughness he would have turned It out As to in1 minute descrtptionofArbognstswoundsthereIs that thIS weapon used by X was yon tier chair because I found particles of the bookkeepers epidermis upon one of the legs which was considerably aened by the blow But I know exactly what the wounds were because I have examined them I told you that I had seen Arbogast yesterday What exclaimed Dunlap you mean after he was wounded Yes replied Sturgis his body is at the morgue now Ypu might call there this afternoon to identify it if you choose but everything consid ered it might be as well not to make the identification public until we are well on the track of Chatham and our friend Xf CIIAPTEH XII TIm BOOKKEEPERS CONFESSION Late that saran evening Sturgis returned to lilt lodgingsoflera busy they spent In working upon the Knicker bocker bank cote lie was tired and he was perplexed for with all his unfiag glng energy his quick intelligence and tits plodding perseverance lie hind come to a standstill in his Investigation The Evening Tempest hind appeared with no further mention of the Quinlan case and with only n perfunctory report of the cab mystery no attempt having been made to connect the two for Stur- gis would not consent to publish tits evidence until he was sure of complete success In tils undertaking- As he approached the house the reporter saw a light in his window nnd Inferred tlrat n visitor was awaiting his coming It was Mr Dunlap who pale and careworn was striding nerI ously back and forth In the roost with hU hands behind hilt back and lila head bent forward upon his breath there you are at last ex claimed the banker eagerly I have been waiting for you for over an hour Inns something new turned up asked Sturgis Yes rend that At the same time Dunlap handed the reporter a letter Let me tell you about It first After leaving you this morning I went to the Slut WAR IVHORINO INDER A STRONG MOTION morgue nnd saw the body You were right it is ArbogastK had been only half convinced by your evidence but I now saw that you were probably right In all your other Inductions anti I became anxious to learn Mimethlng definite concerning the amount of Ar liogasts defalcation As I could not reach the books for some time I called upon Mrs Arbogast thinking I might be able to learn comelhing from her You had not been to MC her had you Vo answered Sturgis gravely I did not think it likely slue knew as much nbout this matter as we do and I shrank from the ordeal of revealing to her the fact of her husbands crime and tragic death wished at tiny rate to exhaust all other means of obtain- Ing Information before resorting to this one Of course of course said Dunlnp somewhat impatiently the woman is naturally to be pitIed hut I could not allow any sentimental consideration to stand in the wny of the discharge of my Unity to our depositors What did lenrn from her asked the reportf- Whcn I reached the house the maid told me that Mrs Arbogast had spent the previous evening at her sisters house in the country and hind not yet come back 1 was about to leave in tending to return later In the evening when the lady herself arrived Upon learning who I was she seemed some what surprised but invited me In As we passed Into the parlor the maid handed her mistress n letter stating that It load come by the mornings mall Mrs Arbogast glanced at the envelope but did not open it At my first cautious questions she teemed to be very much surprised Arbognst lind announced to her by telegram the pre vious day that he would bo obliged to go out of town for a few days on busy ness He allowed her to Infer that he would soon return and that lilt bust nest was connected with time affairs of the bank Sue could not understand how it happciu that I knew nothing of this trip Hilt said time I have just received a letter from him which will doubtless explain smatters She evi dently knew nothing of her husbands peculation Thereupon the opened the envelope anti tool out this letter I observed her closely At the first words I saw her cheeks blanch and n look of agony pass over her features as she instinctively pressed her hand to her heart knew then that the let ter contained sonic Important revela lion and I became anxious to obtain possession of it When she bath done I could see that she wns laboring uiiIer a strong emotion but she controlled herself replaced the letter in its envelope amid said merely This does not tell me my husbands whereabouts but I shall doubtless have further news of him In the course of n few day I saw that she was attempting to shield him in the supposition that he was still olive I therefore broke time news of his death to her as gently ns I could The first shod seemed to utterly un nerve her but after awhile site became somewhat calmer After all It Is better so site sold nt last Then she handed me t Me letter There was no further reason for withholding It Head It now It is postmarked nt time general post office at five oclock said Sturgis It was therefore mailed before or during Chathams visit to the bunk It may have been mailed by Arbogast before time scrubbing was done or perhaps by the chorcwoman when she left the bankThe reporter drew the letter from Its envelope and read Tho Knickerbocker Bank New York Dec My Dnrllnc Wire When you receive this letter I shall b1 far awaya dlsuraced criminal nd you wm tx worse thaa a widowI not ask your forgiveness for tlM trouble I am brInGing upon you for I realise nil too clearly the extent of the wrong I have done you n I feel Irresist ibly Impelled to lay before you In all their nakedness ns I do before my own consclenc the circumstances which have led to my downfall A knowledge of these may per imps enable you to understand In a meow ore the temptation to which I have sue cumbed although I and It hard myelf now that all Is over to realize how I camas to yield to 1erhups you may remember the cile brntlon of my fiftieth anniversary We were having n most enjoyable evening In the company of tho friend whom yea had Invited to pnrtlclpnto In time fentlvltle when a caller was announced I was obliged to leave our guests In order to receive him In tho library This man lost no time In ntntliiR the nature of his business with me Ills nome was Thomas Chatham he was nn expert accountant who had len em ployed at Knickerbocker bunk to rx amine the t ooks and he enoily Informed mo that ho had just discovered a serious error In my books ono that had enabled a depositor to overdraw his account bf n largo amount At first I refused to be hero him although he submitted copies from the hooks showing exactly how the blunder had been made When he Intimated that It only rested with me whether the error should bo reported to the bank I Indignantly refused to paten to him lie remained perfectly unturned during our interview and left mo at last with the statement that he would wait It hours be fore handing In his report to tb president My first step on reaching the tank the next day was to verify Chathamsstat mentn Alas they were only too true Then was the terrible blunder Muring me In the face I could not understand how I had come to make It but there It was mind nothing could explnln It sway I had hoped against hope up to this time now I saw clearly that I was a ruined man There was only one honorable course open to meIo frankly confess my respon sibility for the blunder mind take the consequences whatever they might be I hesitated and I was toil I hesitated because I felt that my post lion was at stake Would not DIY error appear Inexcusable to the officers of the bank since I could find no palliation for It In my own eyenT I was year old I shrank from the necessity of vKlnnlng again ut the foot of the ladder which I had so laboriously climbed after lifetime of conscientious plodding It would be no rosy matter for me to end another po sition The more I thought the matin over th moro I became convinced that there might he another way out of my trouble WAI It not probable that the depositor who had profited by my mistake had done so Inno candy If would ho not txt willing to repy the amount overdrawn At the worst If he should refuse to do this might It not bo posMble for me to scrape together and borrow month to make good tho de llcleney In this way I could correct the blunder amid no one would bo the wiser for 16 Rut what of that man Chatham Would not hit retort betray moT I recalled his Intimation that the nature of his report depended upon myself What did tie mean by that Irohahly he would set a Irkupon hits silence This would odd consid erably to the amount I should have to raise but would not this to better after than the Inpof my position At any rata I should iiin any the worse off for lis tening to his proposal whatever It mlgM be To He Continued POLITE TO A CUSTOMER The Oblliilnir Illliernlnn Clerk IKT Him IreeUel What lie eked IIur Apropos of the ready comprelien lon nnd native wit attributed to tin sons of Erin 1atrlcks compliance with the cuMtonicrH wish xtandM out in hold np oxltloil nays the Chicago Post Patrick was n clerk In a suburban grocery store It was n busy season nnd the grocer was waiting upon two or three customers nt time same time He wns In n hurry and everything haul to be where he could get it without much trouble or he would be delayed and probably lose money to milieu he found thut the pound weight wall gone he was both i rcd Patrick he called out whcret the pound weight The pound weight Is It sail Pat rick complacently Sure nn Its Misthcr Jones limit the pound weight Mr Jones lint it Whnfc yon mean by saying that Mr Jones line tho pound weight I thought the pound weight stayed in time store How tied Mr Jones get IU An vliure didnt yea tell mo to be pfrlite to the rlgular customers Of course Well thin Misthcr Jones cornel Into the store for n pound of toy An says he whin I nuked him wtml quality of lay tie wnd lave What fiver ytM give me says he give me the weight Ho I put the pound weight in the package with the toy perlite like nu its himself thats gone with IL Character Mending Do you know anything nbout the lady who just moved Into tho across the street Well nmuvcrcd Miss Cayenne her husband goes to the races every tiny anti to thq theater every night Hut I was speaking of his wife Yes I was just about to remark that chic must bo one of the heat naturcd nnd nest economical of worn en Washington Stnr 1tnnts the Itenl thing Jack Old Xewrlchc Is terribly woe tied about thnt pretty daughter of his Tom WlmtH the matter hoes she want to marry some foreign nobleman 7 Jack No thats unit the trouble She Is engaged to one of these Ameri can cluipplis and the old gentleman says lie Is rich enough to afford tIle real cheapImltntionsTown IVinliilnc nicrtlnnrrrlnir I thought you said you never again would elect her president of your club he suggested after site bad told him nit about the result of the club election Well we didnt Intend to she replied vlicn she broke down and cried Esc just couldnt help 1tCbICI- ISO Post Awakened- I understand its all over bctwceft Jack nnd tiny Yes theyre rriedPbllade Iet pbla North American A Female Kutjrmn Even the censor enumerator armed si he- la with sweeping Authority docint find hit work always ai at on lummrr tea An enumerator In a New York district encountered a female enigma whom he had to to the government from data followingconversationIn the enumerator ladythenenumerator Indeed I am not Iam 62 she re torted And yet you were born In 1810r That is what I saidsir Then you must be 51 No i2 Well how do you account for the addl lend two year I dont account for them I dont have to Ite none of your business I was born in 1846 and am 62 years old anti that is all there is about it I Know my own age I suppose N Y Sun- Front War to fence Two large cannon from the Civil Wu are to be meted and cut into a statue senting peace to be placed in the capItolI What a contrast between the two at great in a ways the change Iloitet teri Stomach Hitters will bring about in the health of an one who toes it The Hitters strengthen the dilutive organs and cot rects all disorders such ai constlpationldye Pepsi torpid liver or A Gentle Slap I had a very successful dl Il1IanaftdtoIndeed replied Mrs Pepprey who be tierce in calling a vase a IelIJ1f1 se gluICAIlhiladtJpbIAlrna Mlchl Have Saved fOOOO If he had only tried Palmers lotion sooner Mr L an of Terre Haute hid wrote I cannot find language to express my approval of our Lotion Ithai cured me 0 and Scrofula of the heard of thirteen years standing alterpendtlll over 200 different without re lief Palmers Lotion Soap posoeitcf all the medicinal properties of the Lotion and tit cases like the above ia the only Soap fit to keepItSt New York and receive free pamphlet of ttitimoniala and Mmple of Lotion or Soap Cnutlnns IIlaaIeyeSmithKobinvon I saw it but I make It a rule never to notice such things lJoitonTrani eript The lleil Prerrlptlou fur Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Onoves T STflr iCHILL TOMC lihl tasteless fom NOUfOII0 paylrkc5A Wise Irnprletnr See here exclaimed the difcuttrtl ffunt lbelproprietorwelter Philadelphia Preis To Care a Culd la One Ray Take Laxative Tablets AU llronoQuininetlrupKislatefund tocuI The story about a pruonrr tcaling a 2Vfont wall iint ai tih at it MiumU Probably the wall was bIIiltof rock tilh Normtown Herald CoaumptIOJohn F 1I0er Trinity Springs led Feb 15 1900 It Is better lo make miitakt in trying than to snake the mistake of not trying at allHams Horn Burst and fruit acids will not discolor goods dyed with PUTNAM Knttt fluBold by all druggist If you would be somebody in tilt world begin by being Daily News Halls Catarrh Care Is taken Internally Price 75e A len cent man ran work a dollar scheme on some ieOpletehbon Globe Tit tweet to 110 ia Kisme Gum to ew It doetnt honest if he is honest only iorpayChicago Daily sews Dainty Dessert Can be made with Ilurnhams Hasty Jelly eon Delicious jellies from lroieat mgredi eats Dinotve a package in hot water anti set away to cool Get a package at your Grocer today There ate na flavors orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach wild cherry and the unflavorcd for tusking wine and coffee JeJliuIC KIDNEY TROUBLES OF WOMEN Miss Fredericks Letters Show How ShiafBelled on Mrs Ilnkhim and WM Cured t 1 DicAn Mat PlxalmAstI hors s yellow tniiihly complexion feel tired and Intro bearing down pains Menses have not appeared fur three monthsasometimes am troubled with a white discharge Also lava kidney and bind der troubleII have been this wny for a long time and feel so miserable I thought I would write to you and see If you could do mo any goodMISS KIIMJL ruEDEMcr Troy Ohio Aug 0 1899vDeAn Mas11NKIIAUI hare uses Lydia IL Ilnkhama Vegetable Com pound according to directions and can say I Imvo not felt BO well for years as I do nt present Before taking your medicine n moro miserable jcrson you never saw I could not eat or iilccp and did not cnro to talk with nay one Now I feel no well I cannot be grateful enough to you for what you lave dona for msAss Emu FiixuKitiuK Troy Ohio Sept 10 189- 9Backache Cured i IfllAn Silts lIxKIIAIII write to thank you for the good Lydia B Pink painmiVcgctablcContamundlmasdonemeIt that helped me I doctored with ono of the best physicians In the city of New York but received no benefit I hind been tilling for about sixteen years was no weak and nervous that 1 could hankywalk hail con tlnuiM pain In my backand was troubled with leucorrhcca Menses wero Irregular nnd painful Words cannot express the benefit I have derived from tho use of your medicine I heartily recommend to all suffering women511te MAitr lUutuiXOEU Windsor 1a n 4 1 ellAYIIshoe i for n WflIlOUllu that hold their bale and fit until worn mil lti rlOuo satIstmc wearers Ttthlldmnl tn 1574 A S5 SHOE FOR S3 GO A 84 SHOE FOR 83The rent worth of ear 99 nod ail ft bot ergrerd w hr nobes a 53 It d 5r J ICsIn1- Ia5 11541 Mer ISamd t na- amtawt51 t tlwa 57 tUMl Iwt lirlinn II le fed I UU 111111 a till bdww 1111 mow elItnetIetnenkt5-W wSgSr1414 IsJo5 lUa a5 SI i 1U1 IMt1 sou MnreSiaIIIIT-A in TIII tirvr too emr5n11 Un mIella Irf ulnlIkl1n-ke no Mh tllMtet liutil mttmtVf l 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tDruxjUermail25cl C J rrCi ciPMciSI l Mlo rTI I THE CITIZENf A WEEKLY NEWBIAPKH T1BRBA KKNTtCKY OUR PLATFORM mnsthethingbutwhat you read TUB CITIZEN brings first of all the newsnot every talc ofcrime or horror but the im fromWashington capital from our soldiers in neighborsyoung folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Bcrca College arc not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge ofspecial departments in the visitedbywhat is goingon in the world Every it tell them something worth knowing Tin CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every man s friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things ID subscribe for Ink CITIZEN DANK NOTES STOLEN Mfilrrlnnk Theft Orrnr In air tin rrnit nf KnamtlnB and Irlnllnit Tic Volid Arr Pnoril An Inrrttlgnllnn It ID progress by the secret sct Ice officials of the treasury In An effort lo tinrnvf a mysterious theft of two abfflo of national bank note from the bureau of rngrnvlnj and prliilliiff The theft teas nnOoubt cdly couimlttri by nn rmplovc of that dcpnrtnirnt nbout three weeks ago und wni dltcoTcrrilby one of the count era In going over the sheet of notes Vhrn the loss wastrot detected nn Im mediate parch v u begun for the two hret bettering they cre ilmplv mil lalc ntul that being Incomplete no one would take thrni Thy were not numbered or nlgnri and did not con tale the great sent Despite nil this thcnotea were passed In the IllAIIIl made their way back to the treasury where they Were re fused on the ground that they were not currency of the country None of tote honks of the city through which the notes piwed nri In any wny able to iml t In the Identlllentlnn of the penon who PlHII them flw note ecru of the tendollar denomlnnlfon and there were four notes on each nheet making the amount of the theft 190 Tho Iou dors not fall upon the government but upon those who nc cepted the note livery effort U being mndn to cnpliire the thief who the official sny la one of the IfiO Ilerkllllo1 of them girlworking In the counting room life bureau lens been In xUtence since the WAr anti this Is said lo he the second theft that has occurred RULING AS TO WALTZING Ditnrlnir Mnilcri Urrlnrr Vlinl They llrunril tie forrrrl lo lllini- In II Aiininril How the gentleman should hold the lady In thn waltz was settled by the Dancing Masters association at An bury Park X V the other day niter nn extended discussion The new rule rends Tlrfiti thp giMitlemnn offers his left hand to tin Indy who If she fccln In clined to Inner placen her right hand liinsciilne hand the gentlemnntielltg careful to close the tips of the fingers over the roll hnml of his partner The ladys right nrm U slightly curved the gentlemans nrm bring bent o extended ns re quired by the ladys reach The vnll7 position la elaborated further lit this Iso Tin lingers r the gentlemans right land urn clustered and touch tho Indy nt the waist line The Indyi left hand rests on the gentlemans nrm n little above the elbow Thin indies of the dunccrs must not touch Tints the lancing masters have role gated to oblivion the perpendicular nrm extension the straight stretch from the shoulder and the cloned em brace The waltz position as finally settled by the nntlonnl association will he ndhcrcd to strictly by the teach era THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In the Internal lonnl Rrrlrm for tieplentlier II UIOITbe iuoil- Mmnnrllnn 1reparrd by C IenlnKton- TIIK LESSON TEXT Luke 102837 26 And behold a certain lawyer stood up and tempted him saying Master whal- IIhalll du to Inherit eternal IIrcT lie said unto him What li written In the lawT how readeil thouT 27 And ha unxwcrlnic said Thou xhnlt love the Lord thy sod with all thy heart and with all thy soul und with ull thy Htrcngth urid with all thy mind And thy neighbor III thyself IS And He said unto him Thou host an iiwered right this do und thou shall live- N nut he wlllInK to Justify hlmteU said unto Jesus And who Is my neighbor 30 And Jous answering said A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho and toll among thieves which stripped him of his raiment and wounded him und departed leaving him halt dead And by chance there came down it certain print that wuy and when ha saw him ho patsrd by on the other side 31 And likewise n Lcvltc when he was at the place came aud looked on him und passed by on the other side 33 Hut u certain Hamarltan as he jour neyed en me where he was and when he suw him he had compassion on him 31 And went to him and bound up his wounds pouring In oil and wine and set him on his own beast and brought him to An Inn and took care ot him 35 And on the morrow when he departed he took out two pence und gave them to tho host sad said unto him Takn cure of blot i and whatsoever thou spvndest mute when come attain will repay tier 34 Which now of these three thlnkrit thou WIt neighbor unto him that fell Among the thieves 37 And he said he that showed mercy on him Then said Jesus unto him do und do thou likewise O1UIN TITliiivc tli nrlsliliiir nil IiyseILIev- sails NOTRR AND COMMENTS We hove already entered that pe riod III thin history of Jraim career known the Ierenu ministry le ills nnd lliii tlUclpIfh un leaving jail lei Imd jjone fllonjf tin border be tween Sntnnrtii mid SnlHee riutivnrd to the Jiinliin and erosednver into Perrn Phis lirhiK un to November A n SO The Incident sod parable of thin leHhon are recorded in none of the lospeU except IilkeV The exact place of the occurrence Is not known but It wits somewhere in Ierea The lesson nimlyiiU follows The lawyers QuestionV w Jesus Ileply vn2la- Xelihbor Drllnrd v3oS Oo and Do ThollllkIe11The Lawyer Question A lawyer comes to testis with this quit tlont Wluit shall I do to Inherit lrr mil life The attitude of the lawyer wan not ono of honcnt iiu Klonlng In the worilM of Ihr text he tempt Idor tested Jesus with some con troverted question of the tiny lie set n trap of words for Jesus In the question of the lawyer the emphasis Is to be placed on the word do What shall I do The lending teach ers of the Jews of Jesus day were ceretnonlnllxts To the scribes and Iharlxefk eternal life hingednot thou the realities of life lint upon roine ceremony of hiininn institution Jesus Iteply Ilut lemm did tint see things of thin sort In the sense way tint the rabbis did He went straight to thn heart of the nintter How ever he went at It in n diplomatic way ntul answered the question by another question What written In the law In this connection we may notice two things 1 JeRiii did not ask what the Talmud said or what any of the great Hebrew writers or even the prophet said lie goes back to t hclaw of Muses on whleh nil the teaching of the Jews wansiip oscilto pure been based What slid the law 2 Another thing we may notice la tint this brings Jesus sail the lawyer to common ground They both accepted the decalogue hence when the lawyer gave his an sorer to thin question of Jesns they found themselves III perfect agree went On the two commandments quoted Ichiis hind already declared hang nil the law and the prophets So lie ijnlil now to the lawyer This do nnd thou shall live Neighbor Denned The lawyer hail sought to entrap Jesus Instead he himself hind been trapped So slow he sought to justify himself In the eyes of those about him More than this we may Imagine ho Kill thought he might drug Jesus In RIIIIIC of the current discussions when he asked Who Is my neighbor This Is one of thin questions people love to quibble over III the abstract but let a concrete ease come up anyone wound know III Ids heart what was meant by neighbor In the commandment We see tills when we rend that ass gibes n concrete ease the lawyei needed no help III hIlItwhn wa thellnelghbor Off and Do Thou Likewise Je sus knew the purpose that was In the lawyers mind hilt thnt Ho puny help him as well IIH others who may have heard Ills words lie linn as sumed n certain sincerity In the ijues lion asked What shall do to In herit eternal life Now having cleared his mind of the fog of eccle sinstlrnl discussion Jesus lays on him hit plain duty Go mud do thou likewise He a neighbor to all you meet love your Cod nnd your neighbor as yourself and to Inherli eternal life and all the Impphiefs and peace that goes with itlotli in this life and the life that is to bo Hums Iliirn That IB not n good voyage which en riches the cargo but wrecks the thlp You cannot have much intcrcM in leaven when your principal is all oc earth The unfading crown of glory it tunic of the lilies of the valley of hu mility The most seasonable worker fit Ood are those who can labor out ol season us well as In The divinity of Christ Is possible its in thin measure that we hilt Hf humanity llamw Horn IT GOT HIM A LICKING La Ohloana hard Luck When hurt lab Out as a Newspaper Reporter Col N S Jones who preside over the matrimonial bureau of the court hall his newspaper aspirations chilled in a moment was starting out In life He was living in the town of Genoa 0 weeklyukIdoccasionally says the Toledo Bee The colonel promised u he saw an opening in yellrl1edforlion which teemed to him to otTer many In ducement Consequently he wrote up icy oral items luck came at the start Among the first of his items was the follow lag Our esteemed friend and fellow towrs man Seth Bennett is the greatest man In the world He licked liis wife the other came out withoutHardly had the paper alcratchIstreet before Seth was on the colonel and found him Now all that the colonel remember of the furWII that he gave Seth a harder fight wife done Hut he severed his connection with the cr immediately lie carried scats for weeks to remind him of his first and experience as a molder of the public mind Danvvraof the Socratlt Method This happened at a wellknown San Fran youlookstore and lots do ou ever think who owns them now Your lathen own thlm do th noU 1101tin thorulYelmaalOTeacher holltfUeal he will own all this property then Boys in ungrammatical concertI Us boyil TeaclicrItight Now tell roe did you ever in oinl along the street notice the- dnankardalounjilJj around the saloon doors BoysheartilyTeacher where will they bo 30 from now OVlad Teacher- And who will he the drunkards then chorusUaboyaSan slaw Up Rot Out Cujlodlan So you changed your mini about taking that at soon at ou went Inside Portly Chanced nothing Watnl teem JustbackedPun In a Ilritnarnnt ChcfThaf a well order Who Is it for Waiter Judpe Courtwricht going to be a dinner In honorChicago Evening News Tears are the diamonds of the fairita Chicago Dalv New- sMItICIT IIKIUIIT Cincinnati Atitf 31 CATTLE Common n 25 4 25 Select butchers 6 15 So 5 2J- OAIAKS Kvtra II 7 1IOUS Select packers 5 40 3 45 Mixed packers 525 n 5 30 Sl1EFIlinlce 3 75 fir 3 5- 5LAM1tSExtras 0 U fit 0 33 FLOUIl Spring pat 3 00 4 4- 0WIIF1INo 8 red iSy- zCORNNo 2 mixed CT 43 OATS No 2 mixed ffi 22V- 4UYK No 2 5- l1111h timothy r13 50 POItK Mess fell 5t t LAUD Steiini fii 0 Oil lliriTKUCli dairy at J4 Choice crciuncry i23taPlLISCh to fancy 75 2 PUTATOKS Per brl 1 15 1 25- TOMACCO New IIJ 50 i 03 Old 1000 QflG SO cjucAao- riOUU Win patent 3 70 4 00 WIIKAT No 2 red 77 Qi i7tz No 1 spring 72 ii 73j- COUN No 2 60 4110 OATS No 2 20y4i 81 UYK fl1aI- OItJ Mean 1005 ell 00 LAUD Steam 72yifj 0 75 NBW YOIUC- KLOUlt Win patent 3 75 rl 4 00 WIIKAT No 8 red dji soy COUN No 2 nixed fir I5y OATS No 2 nixed UYK ItQIOUK Mesa 12 00 ttl3 00 IAUD Steum it 7 10 UALTlMOlin WIIKAT No 2 reel70s 7Oy Southern 70 C 730 COItX1I2 mixed 43tztr 43yx OA1SNo 2 mixed 21J 25 CA11IIIlrst qual 4 00 5 I10US11estern 0 00 n 0 10 INDIANAPOLIS WIIKAT No 2 red 7- 5COItNNo 2 IIIlxltlfI II OATS No 2 mixedr 2P3 LOUISVILLE TIOUU Win patent 4 00 rt 4 WIIKAT No 3 red 71 ftr 72 COUN Mixed ft 4l OATS Mlxwl 2Y li 1OUK Mess jTI2 50 LAUU Steam OfiL 6 75 ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Slennturo of See PacSlmlle Wrapper Celo- wrayo5U anti au OUTI I to take oa offar GARTERS ITTLEIVER PILLS 11Giss FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BIUOUJKISS FOR TORPID LIVER FOX CONSTIPATION FOR 8LLOW SKIN FOil THE COMPL I ou7uarfts VovP PmetyVfetaMi L CW1E SICK HEADACH5 j THE DELICATE FLAVOR DuUine Metlioaof a French Chef Who Made a Most Ialatable Salad promInentgreatly pleated with the salad as were also IIUe tl Evidently it was partly meat and partly vegetable but the flavor was new distinct undeterminable This was so one guest declared Mta not a taste a At lengtllAome one auggestldIIS What to t for the recipe upon which the host remarked man greatly dislikes being asked for recipes On this occasion however his van ity may overcome him if we tell how greatly we have enjoyed the dinner and the salad in eeThe was vbibl affected not to say elated by the compliments tellhowhaf ze laitue mange ready an I haf zo meat chop ver1 fine an dry de celcri I haf chop ver fine and I hat ze nomine de terre ze patate an stan a lectle an dry ten I mix zem up Zen mak ze drecsrenr teal onnaise madame she know I half all col ready as ze fecsh ccs self Zen as ze trA to serf I tak line tete dail pardonnez mot one hectic cloaf of ze gar an nceble him in ze mouth to an ladZatCause for TlinnUfnlnoii- A brief note from a Bilivillc district reads Our son John has come home from the Philistine on a furlough and one leg The latter means a pension for life thank the Lord Atlanta Constitution The fact that money does not make the tryingtoiniprrreeliondirt usHams Horn Acgclable Prcparalionror As similating llcFod ndne ula ling ihcStoarclB ondDo l3 of Promotes DigeslionCheerfu- lnessandllestContainsnellher OniumMorphinc nor fincr I JlioTNA1lCOlICc JJrareOfIfr fidZZMICJIIR- 4ITSmna 11n rtJrJ IJItaLks AI Sml Jh fend Gds ll fr JIaigrrJ I It Hemcll non Sour StonnehUinrrhoci orms Convulsions lIwcri she ness nintLoss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK EXACT copy or WRAPPER an 10c THE DEWEY HOMESTEAD I The above picture shows the house where George Dewey was born December 26th 1837 It was occupied by the Dewey family until after the death of the Admirals father It then came into the possession of F4nrcl Dewey who sold it to its present owner and occupant T It Gordon Esqjin the summer of 18S9 Mr Gordon moved It to Its present site in the following February 1890 and basoccuplcd until the present time Mr and Mrs Gordon are unfailing in their DeweyA0 reads as follows It It is with rrcat satisfaction that I find myself nble after an extended trial to write you In this emphatic manner of the good Pcruna has done my wife She has been troubled with catarrh childhood and whenever she has a cold or any unusual condition of the weather It was worse than usual and seemed more than she could bear The dropping In her throat at night prevented in fact wo had come to look upon it as incurable und from the many remedies used in vain we had reason to We are thankful and happy to that your Peruna has been of great benefit to her and I confidently look for a complete and entire cure High Is not too much to bestow upon your remedy T R Gordon 1Addresa The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus o for free book on catarrh CATORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIATNt p II of o1Colw1ITau O NEBRASKATHE OF PLENTY I wonder why it is that so many men spend their days working hard on rented farms barely making enough to get along with no great prospect ahead of owning their own homes when within a few plentyNebraskawhero grain and fruit can be raised with the least amount of labor where cattle and hogs fed on corn bring a handsome profit where climate is healthful and churches and schools abound whero land is cheap and can be bought on very easy terms- Think of this and if you want information about country send to me for The Corn Belt a beautifully illustrated monthly paper that tells all about Nebraska and also for tiThe West Nebraska Grazing Country an interesting illustrated booklet containing a large sectional map of Nebraska On the 4rst and third Tuesdays of each month during balance of this year cheap excursion tickets will be sold over our road to Nebraska so that people may go and see for themselves your ticket agent about this P So EUSTIS esI PAU r AIL c A LLCHICAGO ILL ROOFI NG BOWHoofing esedaBlaelsdadeaatltatyforDlutaplaitsBmpInrra THI MANIIU 100115110 CAMUK 111 He thinks he lives but hes a dead one No person is really alive whose liver is dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops dont get as much exercise as they ought and everybody knows that people gain in winter As a rule it is not sound weight but means a lot of flabby fat and useless rotting matter staying in the body when it ought to have been driven out But the liver was over burdened deadenedstoppedwork There you are with a dead liver and spring is the time for resurrection Wake up the dead I Get all the filth out of your system and get ready for the summers trials with clean clear blood body brain free from bile Force is dangerous and destructive unless used in a gentle persuasive way and the right plan is to give new strcn h to the muscular walls of the bowels andstir up the liver to new life and work with CASCARETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic Get a box today and see how quickly you will be BROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BY ANDY CATHARTIC 1DRUGGISTS SOcIjy mortal suffering tram bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we win trad a box ices Address Sterling Remedy Company Cbicajo or New York mentioning advertisement sad paper 4Zt Live Stock Cuts- i 11IIh live Stork tVot ciao Sleet CluvhiQUtl the the the Ask i000ACKEU WSALE IXTICUTSef Tnn ii Os A N KK 1829 wniivVITIQ TO ADVKKTIHCK4- plrnifi ante Iknt you CaoY tha dprwaeat lit Uli paper I ifIf What Your Child May Oct From Berea College As wo explained some time ago Borea College is a gift to tho people placed in the caro of Trustees who are to use it for tho benefit of the people in tho ways laid down in the constitutionThe aro bound to uso the property placed in their hands for just ono purpose Christian Educa ion Tho object of Borea College is not to provide work for pooplo nor to lond money nor anything else oxcopt the one thingto help fathers and moth ers get tho best education for their children And wo believe that this is the greatest benefit that could pos aibly be given It is wetter than ii tho college could give a cow to every girl and a span of mules to every boy If the boy and girl are rightly edu cated thoy can got cows and mules for themselves and will know how to take care of thom and how to get the good things in life and bo useful and honored citizens The education that Berea brings will enable tho young people of Kentucky and surrounding states to develop the resources of their beautifulcountry and spread pros perity through all the churchos and homes of a wide region There are some things that every young man or young lady who at tends Berea will be sure to get Each one will learn what education means Ho will soo a real library and a great deal of scientific apparatus and will begin to know what science and knowledge thero is in the world This ho could never know at any of the little onohorso schools near his homo And each ono will got some instruc tion in singing and in the use of tools and in keeping accounts Best of all each ono will learn how to behave in good society how to meet people and will have the inspiring companion ship of Christian young people and Christian teachers They will thus get habits of good behavior that will help them all their lives Many of the students at Berea are in what arc called tho Modelschools These schools aro moro qdvanccd than some socalled colleges but they are really fitting young people to teach or to begin some of the advan ced courses There are ono to three teachers in each grade so that work is sure to bo thoroughand rapidFor those who have completed tho work of the Model Schools or who hold a good teachers certificate Be rea otters A Choice between Three Courses First the Applied 8clcncc Course This course occupies only two years and is the best courso for most people It contains the most practical sciences and tho his tory and other studies that mako good citizensFor young men in this course there aro studies in tho use of tools which means the growth of StockFarmthat mako successful farmers For tho youn women thero are courses in Sewing Dressmaking Gardening Cooking Care of the Sick and other things that make a good housekeeper Every family ought to have at least one son or daughter taking this course in Applied Science Second the Normal Course This course occupies throe years and fits young bo teachers The training in this course is simply fine No other school within hundreds of miles provides the practice teach ing college lectures and other advantages hero offered In many counties all the highest certificates are hold by Borea students and students who have not yet graduated but only had a part of this Normal Course Tho studies of this course for those who teach in tho fall are as follows FIRST FALL Teaching In Public Schools WINTER Arithmetic IU 5 Kngllih S Theorj aud U S Illatory 6 Geography 3 SPRING Arithmetic IlGS GrammarS Civics 3 Reviews 2 Physiology 3 SECOND FALL Teaching In Public Schools WINTER Algebra la 6 Physical Geography 6 Higher Arithmetic a 3 Practice 5 Music 2 SFXINO Algebra Ib S Botany I 5 higher Arithmetic b 3 Practice 5 Music 2 THIRD FALL Teaching In Public Schools WINTER Kngllih Literature 16 History ha5 Theory aud UeTlewi 5 History ol Education SPRING Psychology lEd1 S History Ib 8 Word Study 3 Reviews 2 School Admlnl the Academy and Col loge Courses These are for young people who wish to secure a really thorough education and who have the brain the purpose and tho time to get tho best In the most prosper ous and advanced parts of tho world t oughttoor a preacher without taking time to find out what other men havo learned and preparing himself by a sufficient course of study BeioaCollecro is one of the very few real colleges in the graduatedfromtake their places among educated people in any part of tho world Every family within five hundred miles of Borea ought to have at least one child in some department of this groat school t 1 t + CO11 espollc1ell ce Rockcastle County Dlsputaiitn 0 M Payne has his road nearly completed Tho millet crop is very good W B Harris soIls goods here Preparing for sorghum making Copo and Lambert are running their saw mill this week There is a protracted meeting at the Macedonia church this week Pres Frost spoke to a largo out door audience last Sunday evening Nannie Lakes a Borea student tins one of tho best schools in tho county 63 students in district and 60 enroll ed Jackson County Evergreen T J Lake is plan ning to go to North Carolina There have boon two deaths in this county caused by whooping cough- U S Marshall passed through hero recently and tooK two of Big Hill have a shingle machine on Horse Lick now working J W Lakes timber Several young people of this neigh borhood will attend Berea College this Fall Edward Lake and family aro plan ning for a trip to Combs Madison county to a protracted meeting Kcrhy Knob A good rain Wed nesdaySubscribe for the CITIZEN andread tho nbws Sheridan Baker is on tho sick list Irof Raymond and wife were hero Friday and Saturday Brother James Parsons preached at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Mrs W J Daugherty have been to Louisville to order a new supply of goods Brother James Lunsford is holding a protracted meeting at Cave Springs this week Much good is being done Dr C B Daughertywho has been away practicing at Nark Ran has returned homo Your presence is very agreeable Doctor Clay County Bright Shade Mr and Mrs Berry Baughtau were hero last week Robert and wife are in Knox county this week Harrison Mills family has tho- whooping cough Miss Jackson of Knox county was here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sallio Smiths barn and three mules were burned Taturday night J S Smith and Jenny Small rood were married last Thursday and we hope their joys will be as as tho ocean and their troubles as light as foamWallace Smith was in his clearing a few days ago and as ho sat down to rest a large rattle snako crawled on his back When he saw it ho fainted awa- yMadison County Panola Mrs J T Owens is very ill with fever Mr Clarence Johnston visited Rich mond Saturday Mr T A Shelton sold N R Carr a fine colt Friday Tho infant son of Simon Jackson nightThe this neighborhood have finished cutting their millet The protracted meting at Speed well Christian church began Friday Mr and Mrs John Ledford aro visiting friends at Whitlock N G Todd and Co contractors havo begun work on the now pike near Brassfield Miss Mary Baker of Kingston and Miss Lucinda Williams visited friends hero Friday and Saturday As an external linamcnt of most wonderful penetrative and curative power Ballards Snow Linament is not equalled by any other In the world Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr Owsley County noon ville Hot weather still continuesPoley of Sturgeon was kill ed by lightning ono day last week Owshe1county proposes to give 900 majority next NovemberThe examination was hold last Friday and Saturday with three applicants but all failed to got certif icates A new Post Office has boon estab ishod on Cow creek with Alfraid Ever solo as P M The name of tho office is Cow Crook Thero will be public speaking at this place on next Saturday by J II Tiusloy of Barboursvillo candidate for Judge of this district The teachers association of the Boonovillo district will bo hold nt Meadow Creek on tho third Saturday in October Everybody invited Resolutions of Owsley County Teachers- Are n model for such nn noenslon and nl though nomeHliat lengthy are pnb llslietl In full The teachers of Owsley county convened at Boonevllle Aug 13th have given a week to the discussion of those plans which may aid ui to become progressive earnest teachers having for our chief aim the development In our schoolroom of the best typo of American manhood and womanhood and hereby adopt the following resolutions lit That our thanks are due to our County Superintendent Mr J n Spciico for untiring efforts to make our Institute a lucccm and furthermore for his earnest cooperation sad ap preciative regard for the teachers while In the discharge of their tasks 2nd That we tender our thanks to our worthy and proficient Instructor for the practical elucl dation of those principles taught In our com mon schools and for the deference shown each himIour thanks and very estimable JIOoIretary accurate the proceedings of this assembly 14th That we also tender our thanks to Sara Putnam ami Prof Marsh of Berea College Carnahan of London Judge Sebastian of IIror place and all other honorary members for the Interest manifested by them in this Institute work Mh That we extend our heartfelt sympathy and regret to the bereaved parent of our former associate teacher Miss Nannie M Sanders That In this Gethsemane of loneliness we would cove nant them to the care of Him who taught us to say Thy will be done That death cannot efface the memory other brlgflt genius and the sparkling and vivacious temperament that en deared her to the hearts of those who know her 6th That we most cordially thank the citizens of Boonevllle for the kindness and hospitality they hue shown us during this Instltut That we appreciate the Interest maifestcd by them in educational work 1WCommittee Lucy K Flanery Necessary Expenses for 12 Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend as much or little as they choose on living expenses It pays to have a little extra money for ko lures hooks and other things But the neccwary expenses are only as follows To pay the first day LAMM IIAU lULL School Incidental Fee J M JIM Er Hospital Fee 21 t tenses looks etc about SCO 2 00 Keyl poslt 100 100 loom stove table etc 2 2 50 Fuel and Oil 2 S Rent of Laundry First Months Board S 5 Lining 15 j8 termmins l ro Hcdnnfng art Mo Board 00 00 Bcstunlng 3d Mo Board 600 SCO l 2875 a 75 Key Deposit returned 00 Total Expense 12 Week 37 75 37 73 For those below A Grammar deduct the K for books and SI from Incidental fee making the total only J2 175 When four girls room together each saves SI on room and fi or more on fuel making the total only 12175 The price of n hag calf n little tanbark- or n few home pun betlOr will give a term of school which ulll change ones whole life for the better Tho most dolicato constitution can safely uso Coussens Honey of Tar It is a sure and pleasant remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and GO cts S E Welch Jr lHN NSNOSSN NBNH B 0 S= W ROYAL BLUE LINE TO WASHINGTONBALTIMORE PHILADELPHIANEW BEST LINE FROM CincinnatiTO St LouisI AND THE WEST o P MCCARTY i General Passenger Agent CINCINNATI 0 A BOON TO MANKINDI DRa TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE i CUREtr A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS orrEa 60 CENTS TAMES F BALLARD SOrt Prorieter 3K fctk Meld Street ST LOUIS HO THE HOME Edited by MM KATE U ICTHAX Teacher In Bcrcn College For the Flag Tho American traveller in England finds in nlomst every old church or cathedral two or three stained and tattered flags hung upon tho walls Thoy are tho colors borne by some regiment belonging to tho town or neighborhood and every blood mark or rout in theta tolls of battles and fierce fighting and tho lives of bravo men given in their dcfonco A writer in tho Windsor Magazine explains that the colors are usually given to n regiment by the Queen or some of her family Tho prosontation is a solemn event as tho flag repre seats tho loyalty and spirit of time regiment It is formally consecrated and the blessing of God invoked up on it that it may never bo borne in an unworthy cause- uThereaCter every man in tho rogi ment from tho commander to the drummer boy regards this flag with jealous reverence A regiment that lo ea its colors itsolf disgraced in tho oyes of tho nation A soldier who saves tho colors is honorably decorated na if ho had res cued a wounded comrade from tho enemy Ono or two instances of tho desperate courage shown by English sol diers in defence of tho colors ore given At tho battlo of Alma tho Royal Welsh Fusileers carried a redoubt by n sudden onslaught under a terrific file Lieutenant Anstruthor a boy just from school leaped upon tho walls and placed tho colors on them with a shout of triumph Ho fell dead the next moment but a private caught tho flag from his hand and waved it Ho also was instantly killed At what risk the flag was saved was shown when it was found to bo riddled by seventyfiivo bullets In another part of the field at tho same battle n regiment was driven back and the color sergeant with an other ollicor was surrounded by tho foe who were resolved to obtain tho flag Tho two men wrapped it around their bodies and stood back to hack aud actually kept the enemy at bay with their revolvers unil tho regiment rallied Tho flag was saved und the officers received tho Victoria cioss What is your flag What colors do you fight fort If you have none no dominant purpose or aim for which you are willing to live and die you will play a poor unable part in time world Ono mans flag means money anothers success this mans signifies only himself that means Christ and His work What is yours Tables Buckeye Pilo Ointment re lieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons fail It is no experiment its sales increaso through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price fiO ets in bottles tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr + iFall Term of Boron College opens one week from today 1THE SCHOOL A Letter From Silo Dear CITIZEN Last week I was down tour couu ty court houso to see about Bollin sore hogs all 1 found tho teachers u gatherin there for their teachers institute An where I stopped in for dinner thoro was two ofom Drown an Sargent who kept nrgufyiu all tho time about time right o tho teach er to lick the pupils what has dono wrong Corporal punishment is what they called it but I know they meant just plain everyday thrashing Brown ho argued agin it Said it was barbarous to haul a boy up an just pouud him for some little wrong that ho dono Said if n boy did bo havo just for fear o gettiu walloped it wont no real goodness on his part an wouldnt bring him to no good In tho oath Said that after a kids been put to limo shame of a thrashin before time wholo school ho wont havo no shamo nor Rclfros ect left an wont care titan what low down deviltry he does get into Said there ought to bo a law passed forbiddin the teachers to lick tho children au then the teachers ml have to hunt around an find sonic mow humano an moraliz ing method o controllin tho pupils But Sargent ho argued for it Said Spare tho rod mud spoil tho child as it rends iu time Good Hook Said tho teacher has got to mako himself boss in tho school room omefiow and a limber twigs time only thing whatll do it Said it sounds purty enough to talk about controllin children just by loviu cm and proachin to em but there is tome kids ns wont listen to no proachin till you preach it to their skint Said if you ouco make a child afraid o tho law in school hell be afraid o time civil law all his lifo an never bo n lawbreaker An so tho more them two men ar geed tho more they didnt ngree Au I spoke an says says I Will you mind a word from an old chop liko met I aint 110 teacher but Ivo rom ed four children says I an con trollin a homo is a heap like control in a school only not HO much of it Go ahead says they both of em Well youre both of yo wrong says I an yet youro both right in a way There is teachers says I that know how to stroke the cats fur tho right wily an can mako tho pupils mind em just by twin good to cm an flhowiu cm what is reasonable an then unin soino mild sort o pun ishments when theyre compelled to And thems tho best teachers too says Ian therell bo moro an morn of em as tho years go by But theres other teachers who couldnt mako that plan work not yet an theo lotto bo allowed to use tho switchan elbow grease for bo it love or bo it fear tho teacher lias got to be the boss Thems my sentiments anyway says L I aint in favor o no law nbolishin yourcorporal punishment as you call it But Im in favor of hyjustthemselves to learn how to got along without it or with mighty lttttlo oC it truthfullyISIII orES THE FARM EJltctl by C Professor ol Horti culture llcrcn College SOM13 SOIL IMPltOVintS 1 Cow Pens A good deal linn boon written in these columns about tho use of cow poos ns n menus of bringing up poor worn out land deficient in nitrogen Such subjects need to bo treated n good deal as patent medicine aro ad vcrtiscd Thoy aro kept before time public till people aro so familiar with tho name and picture on tho bottlo that when thoy need nay sort of a remedy this is tho only ono they can think of for what they suppose is time matter with them Now to tho farmer with a piece of sick rundown or wornout soil I have this promise to make that IOUI going to keep tho story of what cow peas will do for n piece of laud before him till it will Boom tho only natural thing to sow cow pens to bring it in againI first tellof a pleoo of mbar tain cove land ono of tho oldest fields in tho Narrow Gap neighborhood Last Spring when it cnmo into my possession I found it so batty worn and washed that thought it of no uso to plant it in corn with till rest of tho ground and doubted if it could be sot in grass I hind tho worst of till washes stopped with atones and tho ground well broken up Then a bushel and a peck to tho aero of Whlpporwill cow peas were sown broad east and worked in lightly with a double shovel cultivator Time growth was fairly good and tho crop was traded to a man who gathered my corn Ho pick off several bushels of pens for seed and then pastured tho mitiro field with cattle and hogs his stock get ting a good deal of food from the cow peas This year tho wholo Hold has teem put in corn again and tho cow pea portion while not equal to tho newer ortlons of ground is carrying a very creditable crop of corn This lens been visited and remarked upon by a good many farmers of tho neigh borhood who know of tho circutn itancuM Tho poooiid lot to which I wish to call attention lius just across time road front the college barn fund is about an average naturallyof time soil found about Heron In 1898 this was in JK tatocs and mado n fair crop only It was sown In rye timid fall and postur spriugtillryo was plowed under and cow jwas sown hoy mado a rank growth and in October about 10 hogs young and old wore turned in getting nearly their entire living for a month from this lot and snaking a fine growth There rthoyCailltlbut tho coarser portion of tho vines- Last rilJg this ground was sown to oats though corn would havo been tho morn correct rotation Tho oat crop hnrvosted was ono of time finest to be SIn in this section though bo ing cut n little green and stored in tho born for home fowl wo cannot mako n statement of tho yield of grain These arc given as two of crop rotations which might ho follow ed by overr farmer who reads tho CITIZEN timid which would furnish n u greater variety of feed for stock mako pork at time cheapest possible prico per pound and atthosamo time improve t 10 of his fields ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS A CIIAJJCK uYltBEREA COLLEEIOUNDED Over 2O teachers 700 students from 20 states Host Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get n teachers certificate- I Trado Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal andltho advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry otctwo years IV ScienceSewing Cooking oletwo years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course fouryoars fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Musio Hood Owno Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Beroa General HospitalTwo yQXSf course in tho taro of the sick Berea places the best education in reach of all Itla trot a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help those who value education aid wail help themselves ndchargo a small incidental foe to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction Otntkute must also pay for their Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2t about half of mti The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists DisciplesMethodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information or friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIUOJIILD LL D Berea Madison Co Kjr