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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI This week the CITIZEN calls on several who are not subscribers and asks them Why not ClKllltlOl 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to Ute Interests of the Home and Farm 50e a I VOL IL BEKBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1900 NO1 THE CITIZEN Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Mining HtitfT of Killlon rnd Cur rMton lint Knifrttl nl PiMtofln nl llfrm Ay nt trconil cfau mnttmnUtr IDEAS Spmik no evil of the absent It ix unjust Wellington Empty your bucket boforo you draw from tho well The most remorseless thing in tilt world it six por cent You cannot wrestle with Gal mid wrangle with your neighbor 1olitoness in to do Inldeay tho kind mist things Ill tint kindont way NOTICES Kuv Will Vdtvick will preach nt tutu Chtipul Sunday It it in IViM 1Vmt will preach nl Blue Lick next Sunday at p in- MTfts Jouiphinu A KoliiiHon A It Principal Lidim Department Boron College will ilelivur tho lecture Tiles day nvuning unit Subject Zigzag Journeys nt Homo Hor Win Lodwick will preach at Hickory Plain Sunday II p in There will bo a baptiNtntd service also FOREIGN Tim capital of China hay ht1 re moved to ShuiiNt The Kmpuror lull Dotvngor limpnw rofuno to return to Iekin while the allies are thorn Qi nnin forces worn colllplIltllo ro tire Imfom n forco of 8000 Chinese near Tiuu Tuiii Ilxxl in Mexico are causing much daniigu Tho withdrawal of American troops from Chinn is expected to ho completed by Out 2Ist- NATIONAL A convention of ininerH linn been called to meet at Scranton next Fri day to dihciiHS tho offer of a tun put rout increase In wages Morn troops uro being Hunt to Northern LUAOII w hire the Flllp pinousare concentrating C5orlxwwritlts health in said to Iw breaking down under the strain of till cainpnign A government agent reports that gold hunters have worked out all time gold from Xomo bock Alaska Dainoonitio majority of flOOUO in Georgia KENTUCKY The trial of Hoary Youtwey for tho assiiHinatlOn of Goebvl Ia tinilor way In Georgetown Tho Jurors in the ClioO aro mill Aetna ruts Tho Kentucky Senate has patted a hill providing for the opening of tIm Dolls at J a in instead of 7 a in A law school ill alraut to be es tablished in cnnncutlon with tram Kentucky University with oxGov Hradloy an president Hon Thoodoro Hoosevtilt Ituptib lican uandldato for vice president will speck in Winchester Monday October Ifttli- Thu Louisville Horse Slow will basin October 10th and continue for flnl days or oveiiings Them are nearly MX entrins in tho various classes The horses come from all parts of the United States including two carloads from Canada The funny clnnMiH are exceptionally well filled fIll dlplll of junipers will be ono of the best ever seen Alto get her till show promises to be lima most interesting ever held outside of Isuw York City The Association hashidi exceptionally fortunate in the choice of judges they mire not only well qualified to puss on tho hones but as a rule men of national reputation Among theme aro Gen Nelson E Miles who will judge the cavalry horses Tin Horse Show Building which is now completed is well adapted to the needs of tho Show and it will accomodato 10000 people Thorn will bo n largo audience from abroad and thu various Status will bo rep resented by Honorary Vice Pros dents THE CITIZEN leuI 1Attentionply at once to Toalani Locals and Personals Clear newspapers for smile at the CITIZEN Ollice Mrs Ann Richardson mti been visit bug tho Misses Richardson Cash Van Winkle is able to be out after a Revere attack of fever Miss Nellie Coletnan and Mm Mary White left Tuesday for Kansas Charley Sharp has moved his fatally to R E Prestons near limo dulot Dr Fairchild utter his temporary illness is buck at his post and fairly well Pleas Polly hint moved from Water street to Mrs Mary Whites residence on Chimtnut street Jars Jane Itridge left this wok to spend time winter with her pnrents tit Tenills Crick Ky Samuel Highain a former student of Berea College is at Fargo College Fargo North Dakota President Frost suet the boys who are working on the new pike a ties treat of lemonade Saturday Pete Hagan ono of time host colored men in our vicinity died Thursday of fever and was buried Friday Prof S C Mason delivered tilt lecture lust Tuesday evening ills subject was Impressions of Germany E Tutt Burnam end Col J W CiiHtrton of Richmond will address tho Republicans nt Berea Saturday pm Mits Ella Burton of Wildio and Hiss Ida Burton of Fairland Flu leave loon the gnot of their undo J J Branuainan Rev II M IVnniman who was ooizcxl with vertigo witcturiug last Tuesday evening was able to be out next tiny Harvey Johnson of Brassfield who recently purchased till property of Mrs D KJouos on Center Street will take possession this week Mr E P Fairchild and others have applied to a Missionary Society in Now York for aid to start a Con gregafiounlchurch in Berea J C IWtors who is in charge orII tho work on the new pike reports the pronouco of petroleum III some of tho limestone nov boing delivered for the work Rev nerve McDowell preaches at the CliajM at Whites Station on the first and third Sundays of each month Friends from Boron will be welcomed Prof L Y Dodge is recovering from a dangerous illness Ho is still at the hospital but tin report from tho Director is that the Professor Is out of immediate danger maid im proving nipidly Chas Hancock writes from Dolt mark Iowa Ill tune years fifi and fill ICyIthbatell College and its work Plent send mo a catalog Treasurer Osborno hits a great deal of business to attend to besides niceiving calls If you want to see will at his oHico hours gnawers 10 and 1120 in the morning and be tween H0 and 1 in the evening Citizens in Boron Imvo a chance make a little moiioy by renting rooms to students especially in thu winter term mad they should bo gotten ready ably If you have n room or two to rent let it be known Put a notice in time CITIZEN anti post it in tho Treasurerh Ollico 1I11111u Lincoln Hall It is a pleasant sight to see tim- ework going forwent on tho new pike Every ono is taking hold with a good will Tho students did famously on Saturday Thu committeo is vigilant and active Those who have subscrib Idwork are turning out and doing it well Those who did not subscribe or have not yet offered to workout their share should come forward and do so at once Hurrah Whites Cream Vermifuge is n highly valuable preparation capable from tho promptitude of its action of clear dug the system in a few hours oi every worm Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr Madison County harboIeuoof Borea Saturday Oct liJ Some of tho speakers of the day will be Hon Jas B McCrenroy and W B Smith of Richmond Richard Wil lions of Mt Yoruon and Jan D Black Barlxnirvillo Time Rev Win Ross Lloyd pastor of tho First Christian church of Richmond hits resigned nov Lloyd hits mutiny friends hero who will regret to hear this Rev Harvey McDowell was ordained pastor of tho Silver Creek Presbyterian church Sunday evening fiov1 K Smith of this city preach time sermon Pantagraph Saturday Oct 13 will bo pay day for the public school teachers Only twenty per cent will be paid owing to tho deficit in tho school fund The belonging to Howard and Hughes on Silver Creek Wilt destroyed by firu Monday night A largo quantity of lumber was burned burned No insurance Hon John Marshall will deliver an address at Richmond Tuesday night Oct 10th Election of Trustees The annual election for trustees of the Berea Public Schools was held last Saturday and resulted as follows District No 11 white W It Gab bard District No 1col A W Titus Mr Titus served in hull district for over twenty years and last Saturday received tho for the seventh term in succession To the Citizens of berca- Wo deem it advisable to call fjiecial location to the following ordinance enacted by thin Board of Trustees Time Hoard of Trustees of the Town of Berea do ordain as follows guy penon who within thin limits of Borea shall without license sell hatter loan distribute deliver or otherwise disx so of army spirituous vinous or milt liquors or any mix turn thereof to lx used as a bever age shall be lined not less than twenty nor mow than one hundred dollars for each oUcusc That house or other plnco within tilt tows which is or which may be hereafter frequented for the purx o of obtaining or re ceiving intoxicnting liquors to be drunk or used as a beverage is hereby declared to 1II nuisance and tho saidInor more tllIJtlIid place has been allowed to bo so used E L ROBINSON City Clerk GEO Amis Chairman pro tem Dizziness loss of appetite flatulen cy and mid nausea are nilconnected with despepsin or indigestion Herbine will sire prompt relief Price Ml its s E Welch Jr qn Croakers There are some people who always look on tho dark side and who always say the things which will discourage their neighbors They cnn see some thing haul in everything around them They can predict some failure for every good enterprise that is started They cat pour cold water on every enthusiastic purpose assasinate every hope and turn every smilo into u frown or a jxiiit Somu of these croakers delight in HeeIthing worthwhile hindered and de feated They delight in saying I told you so J list as I expected when some generous spirit has met with disaster And whenever any good project is proposed they take pleasure in overwhelming it with oh jections and drawbacks and discour Hgcments There lure other croakers who are really unconscious of till harm they are constantly doing They chill the hearts of every circle they enter They discourage the aspirations dim time hopes and destroy the anticipa lions of their neighbors They are in tho habit of bringing up objections to every bright mud pleasant and kindly enterprise that is proposed They never look at tho sun without reinem bering that there are spots upon it and aro in the habit of talking as though the particular plnc where pIoploIpeople do not know how much help they are giving to tho doiIor how wittiergalIa delight in evil and calnmitor como from n luck of faith in tho smiling Providence that takes care of us nil and delights in helping the cheerful and the bravo Dont be a croaker Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tnblers Buckeye Pile Ointment It never fails to cure Irico BO eta in bottles tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr STATIONERY Just Received A Fine New Stock of Plain and Fancy Stationery Latest Styles and Shapes Tablets Pads Pencils and all School Supplies always in Stock College Book Store Room 3 Lincoln Hall Perry F Shrock Proprietor JUlleJ MJ01 4a i +a + aia +aa htie cccScc gcrccviaivia a i c ayeiasa II A Rare Opportunity for Readers j Do you want a lot of the very best Magazine Literature at about HALF PRICE We will give you n Years Subscription to nay of time Combinations named below with Otto fears subscription to Til 13 CITII3X I at time following rates fy Success Current Literature McClures Home Magazine 350 Success Current 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hours Saturday Apply to J C Teeters Engineer School 11 to sawmill election CITIZEN SIA SI UWZZJ WZZJ 1IfV Read Reflect Act i7 Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to- take effect January 1900 In order to rftcet our oliligations by Jan 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest busi ness in our career Our entire stock in this short time must be converted into money and we know of no better way to bring about this result quick than i g Extraordinary Low Prices IAfter a careful consideration we concluded to name such Low Prices on every item in our store as will cause people I to wonderrniverybeginning ip I mendous volume of husiness and at the same time feel that by 0 giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and 0 IJWI11sMens and Boys doing teislins Bats and Shoes better stronger and More Original than ever before Of 7 course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement oG Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky w 2 2ZZZZL2 z2 Q 22W E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C Fe HANSONSLIVERY LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 92300 DENTAL SUJiGEJIY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jlutldtny Mali Street Jiichmond Ay- Telrjilione Itoldrnri Nn II 1meeno- J C MORGAN D ental SurgeryOffice llourk s to 12 A Mt 1 Io3 P If National Bank Building Richmond Ky Center Street Art Gallery C 000 Proprietor Uptodntc Photos Nothing limit the best hush nt the low est price DO YOU SEE CLEAR IF1 NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON Is Jeweler and Optician 1 Main Street Berea Ky oyesIREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Flue Jeweliy and Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crip led clock or watch to hllllI FINE FARM For Sale Attit PUBLIC AUCTION nfferlilylifKf bidder tile Fine Farm lie luntinif lo O 1GlpfII HlIa cd tint l of He rem hl and ndjolnint Slate J ink SprlntjK The farm contains one hundred and seven 107 acres fifteen acres are in cultivation A flue young orchard of apple pHir plum and peach trees eondltiomhouse with barn smoke house and necessary outhouses also a never tailing well of good water on the place 1 he fences are in good eon dition Terms One Jmlf rash the balance in twelve It months with interest at fi tier edit tier annum WM PRUITT Auctioneer leg M REPAIR THAT LOOM I educationatIarticles of home mauuaetiire Bring them to time Lady PrincipalYAIID Good Homespun Linen 40c Llnosey 50c Inknt Ilea not rerelral old f lilonetl Indigo blue preferred Good Homespun Jeans 50c 60cGoodand matched from four to six dollars Collegstain women to get good money for their homespun Ladies who visit Berea from Louis ville and Chicago and othercities like to get things like those their grandmothers used to make And the think the homespun more uenutirul8S well as factorymadeWo who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Betea Ky WANTKIIACTIVK MAX OK iCon HAIL acivr lo deliver mul rtillvft In Keiuurkr for olil hoNeaNaCdrnnv ul1 Our rthrenrv bank In ddnnltouredentrlopeManuhu liliUKO I FOR CASH 1 aving adopted The CASH System our prices have 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 be Convinced DOUGLAS BROTHERS 201 West Main Street RICHMOND KY i THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWlIAlrUi IIEREA KENTUCKY The recent deposition of J W Mc limey from tho presidency of the Wnynesburg In college was due a correspondent oCthe Philadelphia Ledger reports to objection on the part of the Pennsylvania synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian church to the favor shown college athletics by Dr McKay +Ogden 1f Kcthers of Janesville IVIs the new supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythlns becomes greatly irritated upon receiving a let ter addressed 0 If Fethers Ills peculiarity in this respect Is explain ed among hit friends by relating the story of n wag who once referred to him ns Old lien Kctbers Many thousands of fish are being found dead in the lakes contiguous to Fergus Falls lInn chilley in Ot ter Tall lake from which the city named gets Its water supply through the lied river This is a serious lea lure of the situation General belief has It that severe electrical disturbances have killed tho fish Innsented A Swiss a pith cloak weighing about one pound which will hold up n fully equipped soldier on the surface of the water Successful experiments were made recently on the Lake of Zurich The cloak is provided with waterproof pockets in which food and drink may be carried as well ns blue lights in rasn the wearer is shipwrecked in the night Cigarette beetles are one of the lat rst discoveries of the bureau of onto urology of the agricultural depart ment The beetles feed on all kinds of cured tobacco but have n decided preference for readymade cigarettes The bug prefers to lay Its eggs in packages of readymade cigarettes end when the eggs hatch the beetle ruins the cigarettes by boring holes In the paper wrappers la order to escape It U reported that the catch of Norwegian cod has been the poorest and consequently the least profit able financially this season in 100 years thousands of iJshcnnen not having money enough to play their fares hone from the flvbing banks In consequence of thes conditions it will necessarily fellow that timers will be n smaller quantity of cod liver oil offered than in previous seasons and theprice will also be higher Jm English exchange makes the claim that one of the varieties of wheat cultivated at tin Immensely remote period by the lake Inhabitants of Switzerland still exists These lake inhabitants ore presumed to have belonged to a race which originally came from a southeastern district of Kurope or Asia traveling west Per t haps the earlier reference to wheat was by the the early Chinese writers What is known as time Fcnton wheat was discovered growing on A pile of basaltic remains in a quarry A number of capitalists from Jlrooklyn N Y have purchased the famous Ienns cave In the heart of beautiful Penns valley about ten miles from Uellcfonte Pa The consideration has not been made known yet but some time ago 200000 was refused for it Although not so large Penns cave in beauty and splendor rivals the famous Mammoth cavr in Kentucky The entrance to It Is by tbe way of what appears to be an or Binary sink hole in the open field such as are common in limestone regions Fifty years ago the Franklin n side wheel steamsip plying between Southampton Havre and New York went aground on the outer bar at East Moriches L I The shipwashed broadside to the beach where the sand soon banked up about her so high the wagons were driven to her to remove her cargo The other tiny the old landmark that has become so familiar to pilots and coustcru is doomed A Boston firm with n diver has begun to wreck the old shipwith dynamite to secure the cargo of val uable copper still aboard Montreal is gorging hcrrelf with oysters Time boats have come in from Prince Edward island nnd the gulf their loads plied far above the decks They He at the wharves blow the Honsccours market and n constant stream of men and boys with an oc- casIonal woman climbs up and down the dyke to feast at first hand For 25 cents one Is allowed to eat as many oysters as he can and men have been known to stay from 8 oclock till 3 oclock on an Investment of that amount The feaster is compelled to open the oysters himself LOVE YOU DEAR t A agent of violets In the air And singing birds And beauty newborn fresh and fair Too dear for words A little mild with floral crown On hair si RolS And busing cheeks where lies the kiss Of love bola Whose boyish lips a story tell Into her ear As bending low he whispers soft jI love you dear a the breath of roses In the air And lilacs sweet A sunny sky of azure blue lbe morn doth greet A maiden crowned with womanhood And robed In white With smiling lips and In her eyei A tender light Iltfore the altar proudly stands And answers clear The one who whispers soft and low ul love you dear- A whirl of snow flakes In the air A cold gray sky Where scudding clouds and wintry winds Go sweeping by A woman with crown of years On silvered hair And faded cheek where youths fair bloon Once lingered there Beside the hcarthsomo knits and rocks While someone near Dends low his whitened head and says- I love you dear Inez May Felt In Boston Transcript TiE STURGIS WAGER y A DETECTIVE STORY 4 jD1 EDGAR MOnETTE tf coplrmshl1699 br Krfdtrlck Stoker Co 1 CHAPTEU XIX CONTINUED That will do observed Sturgis presently the old woman is coming as fast as she can What old woman asked the de tective I dont know Perhaps I ought to have said an old woman I hear her hobbling on the stairs The detective placed his car to tin keyhole After listening attentively he turned to the reporter with an In credulous smile Well Mr Sturgis said he if you can hear anything in there your lars are sharper than mine runts nil can say She Is on the second flight replied the reporter quietly Sow she is in the secondstory hull nnd now you ran surely hear her coming down the last lllght By this time sure enough the sound of footsteps began to be audible to the other three men and presently the door opened nnd disclosed the scared face of an old Irish woman And phwat might yer be wnnttn glntlcmin to be after scarin an oukl woman most to death wIll yer ring in she asked somewhat aggressively We want to see Mr Chatham re plied one of the detectives Mister wino is It- TlomnsChatham Show me the way to his room Ill go right up nnd my friends will walt for me here Mister Thomuz Chnthum Is It said the old woman well yeve come to the wrong house to see him I do be thinkin fer he dont live here Come that wont do said the de tective sharply we belong to the po lice mad we saw Chatham enter this houseAt time mention of the police the old hags parchment face became a shade yellower nnd her eyes glistened Sure thin If lIe do be hldin here its incsilf as ud know it she said alter n short interval but ycz can foind um if yez bike yez can bind umWhereupon she turned and hobbled off leaving the Intruders to their own resources They found themselves in a narrow hallway On the right was n rickety staircase leading to business offices in the upper part of the building on the left a door opening Into the office of the Manhattan Chemical company anti at the end of the hall another door marked r PRIVATE OFFICE j NO ADMITTANCE i I One of the detectives tried this door end found It locked Whereupon he placed his shoulder to It antI prepared to force it in Walt a minute said Sturgis let me see if I cannot open it The detective stepped aside with n quizzical expression upon his face I guess you will find it pretty solid for your weight said he Thin reporter took from his pocket piece of bent wire and with ft few dexterous turns of the wrist he shot the bolt of the lock You would make an expert cracks man said the detective I didnt know you possessed that accomplish ment in addition to all your other onesThe four men entered the private office The room was quite dark the sputters being closed and the blinds drawn As their eyes became nccut towed to the obscurity they were nble to distinguish the outlines of a desk a table nnd n few chairs Sturgis went jt once to n door In the corner With the aid of his skel eton key he had soon thrown thin open After peering for nn instant into the darkness he took from his pocket a candle which he lighted Then beckoning to his comjmnto1s ho started cautiously to descend The other men followed him and soon found themselves in the cellar which they proceeded to search On the street side there was n recess extending for a few feet under the vva in front of the house The open lug above was covered by an Iron grat iig over which was a wooden cover securely fastened on the inside by a uholu and padlock A number of car bays were carefully piled along the east wall to within n few feet from the rear of the building Here in the northeast corner rose narrow ahch lug on which were arranged n Colic tlon of bottles containing a varied assortment of chemicals Time detectives searched the cellar slur man is not here at any rate snld the lender when nt last he hail re turned to the foot of the stairs Imps hell try to give us the slip hy way of the roof Come along Jim lets go upstairs now Hello what IIrc you doing there Mr Sturgis Thin youll find him In one of those bottles The reporter appeared to be close Inspecting the chemicals on the nni shelvesWho he replied cool continuing his examination The detective bit his Up and lookc the unpleasant things he thought It best not to say Well 71m and I will take n look upstairs while you arc busy here And the two men went up the day stairway Sprague remaining behind with the reporter Nose so blind ns those that wont see said the latter sententiously At the same time he placed his Iron upon one of the shelves and gave it a lateral push It responded slightly nnd the entire shelving with tIll door which it concealed opened outward I thought so continued the re porter this looks ns if it might lea somewhere Will you come SprngueV How did you iinil tho combinntloi so quickly asked the artist prcpar lag to follow his friend It is not n combination only n concealed bolt Our friends of the dc teethe force might have discovered It themselves if they hat taken the trou ble The first timing I noticed was the a truck had recently been whcelec through the cellar in the direction this door from under the grating on the street side And this truck wnll not here neither was n large cam which we know was delivered here today The trail extended dear up to the wall below the shelving and ye no truck even unloaded could pas below tiutlowest shelf The conelnsloi was evident 1 sounded the back of till shelving anti found that it covered IIU opening of some kind After that nil that remained was to notice that om of the shelves was slightly soiled In just ono spot ns though by time repeated contact of n hand Front this I urgued thnt time bolt must be attache to this board And It was That is all As he spoke the reporter entered II dark and narrow passage Dont shut the door said he to hi companion who followed him At that moment however the artis stumbled nnd instinctively holiMni out his hands to save himself from full ing lie released his hold of the door which closed with n slam That Is unfortunate said Sturgis we may have to lose some time In learning how to work the bolt fron this side Hold on it will be pruden to keep open n line of retreat in ell e of unforeseen emergencies Hello we are in luck Nothing concealed on this side the bolt in plain sight work easily Alls well Then let us go on unless I am greatly mistaken we chnl find another exit on time other side After following the undergroum passage for some distance the met climbed sonic steps and reached a square chamber on one side of which rose a stairway leading to a door above The room was surmounted by a skylight which wns wide open admit ting a draught of cold air from thc outsideSturgis set down his lighted Bandit and proceeded to examine his surroundings In the middle of the room stood a truck upon which lay n long pine box A table nud a chair constituted the only furniture of the place At one side there was a long low leadlined tank filled to the depth oC nbout two feet with n dark viscous liquid Scar it lay n few empty oar boys In the flour there was whu seemed to be a hotair register of largo size and of peculiar construction Tin wnlls were bare unbroken save by tot projection of the mouthpiece of II speaking tube anti by a set of shelve filled with flasks crucibles alemblci and the other paraphernalia of n chem Ists laboratory After the reporter had finished reconnoitering he sat down upon the long box in deep thought Sprague ob served him with silent curiosity for awhile and then with growing Impii ticncc I any old man he ventured at lat to nsk did you bring me here armor to the teeth to sec you go oil Into n tranceSturgis started like n mini suddenly awakened from a deep sleep Eh What Oh yes those confl fences Well you start in with yours I am trying to find time denouement ol my story I feel that It is just wJthlii my grasp anti yet cannot seen to see it yet limit I can listen to you while I am thinking io on have not any story to tell wild Sprague somewhat offended nt hit Friends apparent Indifference to what lie had to say Oh yes you have retorted Stur Sis with n conciliatory mlc you 1111 you hind news to tell me Well tell iway am listening most icppcctful ly In spite of my apparent absorp Ion Whnt strange fellow you are Stur ls laughed Sprngue good nntmrcdly All I wanted to tell you and you are tIe first to hear of itla the to me rather important fact thnt I um in faged to be married Yon are exclaimed Sturgis with genuine pleasure I congratulate you del fellow from the bottom of my licart He seized the artists hued nnd shook It In his hearty grasp To the original of the picture you wanted to show me yesterday he inked Yes h Then she was not betrothed to the other fellow after all 1 No that seems to hate tx rm a ml takeI am glad of that very glad said the reporter liy the way you hare not yet told me the young Iftdys name I thought I hind mentioned It jrei terdny morning Didnt I Not My llariccc Is Miss Murdock At the sound of this name Sturgis started visibly and a shadow crossed ills features Mlise Murdock he echoed Yc8 said Sprague What is It You do not seem pleased Then ns n sudtlen thought struck Mm I tape I am riot trending on your toes od fellow he salt putting his hand gently upon his friends shout der and trying to rend his thought ih his clear gray eyes nut how absurd Of course you cannot be n rival for Miss Murdocks affections since you do not even know herNo laughed Sturgis regaining his composure I am not your rival As to the other point while I can hardly claim nn acquaintance with the young lady I think saw her not more than a couple of hours ago A couple of hours ago exclaimed Sprngue why was with her myself then know that now although was not aware of It at the time What were you at the Mlmrdoeks at the same time ns was naked Sprngue surprised I hail just come from there when I met you I was in Murdockw study while you wereerbusy in the parlor In Murdocks study How long were you there- About half an hour should judge replied Sturgis and perhaps IS mitt mites more in the hull while Mnrdock twos engaged I suppose Chatham was still with lint mused Sprague Sturgis started at the name Chatham he ejaculated what do you know about Chatham What are you Interested In Chat taut naked the artist curiously know very little about him only that ho one of my disappointed rivals And he thereupon related to the re porter what he knew of Chatham unit Sturgis listened with deep attention to his rieiuVs narrative and ruminated In silence long after the artUt had censed rpenklng- At last he started up with n sudden exclamation and walking over to the r BEGAN TO SEETHE AND 1IO1U side of the tank he looked into the depths of Its oily contents as if fare cinatcd by soot horrible thing he laW thereSprngue came nnd stood beside him nnd garret curiously into the vincou liquid There was nothing there that he could see What it It he asked Without replying Sturgis took from his pocket n bone handled knife and carefully dumped one end of time handle Into the fluid in the leaden tank At once the liquid began to seethe and boll giving out dark pungent fumes thought so muttered the re porter under his breath that man h truly n genius the genius of evil Who nuked Sprague Sturgis made no rely Ilieyes were wnnderlng abut tIe room ns It In search of ttomcthlng Hand me n couple of those long glass tubes from that shell yonder he said earnestly The artist complied with the rosiest Dipping these tubes into the oily liquid Sturgis after considerable dltt culty managed to seize with them n small dnrk object which layrut till bottom of the trunk With Infinite precau lion he brought it to the surface It hnd the appearance of a flattened lead en bullet Whnt is It Inquired Sprngue Sit down answered Sturgis In n low terse voice I haw just found the last link which completes my chain of evidence T am now prepared to tell you such n story ns you will scarcely credit even with the absolute proofs before your eyes CHAPTER XX Till LEADMNKD VAT Spriigiiu seated hlmielf upon the long pine box and Sturgls dropping Into the only chnlr began his narrative As he talked he carelessly whittled the cover of the wooden hex with the knife which he still held In his hand lie begun with an account of his in vcKtigntlon nt the Knickerbocker bank and explained the result of his observa dons and inferences down to the time of his visit to Murdocks house omit ting however to mention anyof time names of lute actors in the reconstruct ed drama So you sec he concluded we have estnbllshcd the Identity of the body in the calm and of the young man who disappeared after the cab was upset Uut one of the most salient features if the case Iron the start wns the fact that neither ii then two as had derlud much If any ixoualaxjr profit from his crime The bookkeeper ns we have seen was a mere cat paw la the cMitrol of the accountant and his posthumous confusion Las given us the explanation of the power exerted over him by his accompllollI It tens not so easy to motive whicH controlled the notions of the accountant who Will himself only a tool In the hands of a higher Intelligence The dens ex mnchlim of tlils crime Is n man of genius who hut ImnlM appeared upon the scene at nil but whose traces I hnve found nt every turn lie was the brains of time whole scheme the other men In his hnndi were mere puppets Through the ivc countntit thin master spirit managed tho bookkeeper and the accountant himself was controlled by him more directly but no less surely If he lurid the former through his fear of expo sure amid consequent ruin he Influenced the latter through even more potent motives He the father of n brnull fill girl whom he did not scruple to use ns n decoy The price agreed upon for the nccountnnts nsulstnncc wnn mho hand of this daughter for whom time young man hind doubtless conceived n passionate love Whether or not the leader would have hind the power to curry out hits part of the contract matter little for it Is highly probable thirst he never hind the slightest Intention of to doing He evidently rrnllzrd very early In the game thnt the bookkeeper could not long escape time clutches of the law Hut ns he hind taken every precaution to prevent him fromknow hug nnythlng of his very existence the fate of the unfortunnte bookkeeper would laMe mattered little to this hcartlcRN villain hind not the probabil ity remained that when brought to buy the Itookkeepor would denounce the accountants connection with the crime This would have beta extreme ly awkward since time accountant was very likely In POIM KOII of ionic dan gerous secrets The safest wayomit of the dllllctllty was to quietly suppress the sow useless bookkeeper Thus plan was decided upon mind would doubtless have been curried into execution hind not fate otherwise decreed After time bookkeeper death under the clrcuin stances which I have related it became quite probable that time accountants connection with the ease would bo dU covered for luck haul liven agaitut him from time start and he becnini more and more entangled lit time chain of clrctmiHtantlnl evidence of whoiui existence his lender wax soon fully aware In the first pinch the account nut wns wounded and thus not only partially disabled but nUo whnt Ii fnr worse caipieiiounly marked A man who curries hit arm In n sling can hardly fall to attract attention rapt dally when this distinguishing mark accompanied by another equally glaring one In the form of n head of brilliant ml hair HuM on Sturgls Interrupted Sprague who hind been listening with growing Interest dont you know the accountants name Yes replied the reporter leis name Is Thomas Chatham Thomas Chatham exclaimed Spragne ns the Imnge of the miserable young man carne to his mind Yet replied St wrgie answering hia thought the man you met only it few hours ago ITo He ContlnufJ LEGEND OF THE TOPAZ Pretty Xtnry at the llritnrnllon ol a Illlnil Kinprrnr SlKht br it Saake The topaz Is called the stone of grant Nude and the old Itotunn books record the following legend Irons which tin stone derives Its ntffibutc says the Philadelphia Preas The blind KuipcrorThcodoBlua used to hong a brazen gong before his pal ace gates and1 sit bcslJt them on cer tain days hearing ml putting to right the grievances of any of hit subjects Those who wished for his advice and help had but to sound the gong and immediately admission Into the pretend of Caesar was obtained One day n great snake crept up to the gate and struck the brazen gong with her colls and Theodoslus gave order that no one should molest the creature and baile her tell him her wish The snake bent her hcnilin hunt age and straightway told the following tale Her nest was at the base of the gateway tower nnd while she had gone to Jjd food for her young brood a statute beast covered with sharp need lea hrO Invaded her home killing this nestlings and now held possctiMon of her little welling Would Caesar grant her JUII- IIlheemptrOlr7e orders for the porcupine to lie slain eurl the mother to be restored to her desolate nest fi11 nnd the sleeping hind forgo- tea the emperors kindly dcvj but with the early dawn a great nerttnt glided into use palace up the steps into the royal chamber and laid upon each of the emperors cloved eyelids n gleam lug topaz When Kmpcror Theorfoslm awoke he found he was no longer Mind for the mother snake badpnld her Icbt of gratltmV Merely IlrnilnlncrBt Mr Hash how long hart you heel coming to see me About six years Miss lulltv Why1 Nothing only I had a little argu went with innmmn about it Hilt morn lug She thought It was seven or eight Isnt It a beautiful evening1 Chicago Tribune Light nnontjh anllightnunLadyWell you might clean the amps and wash the wlhcowg N T loanl NOTES FROM THE PARIS EXPOSITION The Singer Mnnufncturlng Com palmyof 11V llroadwny New Turkihow their usual American by having a very creditable exhibit lo cntnl In Iroup XIII Class 70 nt the Paris International Kxponltion where they show to great advantage the celt brateil Singer SewingMachine which la used In every country mi the globe both for family use nnil fur innnufnc turing purposes The writer wus high ly pleased with this display and ob served with much Mitisfnction that It was favorably commented upon by vis hors generally The flraiul Irlr won nwnnlcil by the International Jury to Singer Sewing Machines for superior excellence in de sign construction efficiency nnd for remarkable development and adaption to every stitching process used In either the family or the factory Only One Ornnd Prize for sewing ma chines was awarded at Paris std this distinction of absolutely superior merit confirms the previous action of the Inv tcrnntlonnl Jury nt the Worlds Co Itimblmn Exposition In Chicago when Singer machines received 54 distinct wards bring more than were rev ceived by all other kinds of sewing ma chines combined Should it be possible thud any of our renders Ire unfamiliar with time erie orated Singer Machine we would rev spectfully advise that theycall at any of time Singer salesrooms which can be found In nil cities nUll most towns In the United States KNEW ALL ABOUT GENIUS A Joel Wife Urrtlol it amid shows She I TltorouKhlr Posted- I have lust fimihtJ t sonnet said the according to the Atlanta Ionrtitulioii Thank heaven exelaimrj the wile thatll buy a lxclrlrk and a sack 0 dour Anil here s an ode for the state fair How fortunate llama it IS tents a sad we havent had any UlicWffkf I have also written a love song which II trader u an April row hat a dear sweet wml yeu are 1m sure rust gOO for I un of mud and a of moiaNH Woman ton lhiott trnly do you know what grn u ia Yes she said thoughtfully Sony limn Its toiling the eaU Iflln shutting the door on the Uakrr litdtn from the hour rat rasa and singing when Sunday comwI would aol lure always l uk out to stay RlaMnes Opportunity on the line of the Chicago irrat trrn In Illinois Iowa Minnesota and Miwoun Pmt Iolltntags in crowinx town for all kind of btm4 net and for manHUfturing Our hit Inv eludes locations fnr lfclmttbt Doctor Drettmakrrt Furniturr dram amid InStork Uu tr Crnrral Mmlnmlcr Hard ware ifarnrtt Talons toW Siorizr Creameries and Canning Vactorif Wril- tull in regard to our rm ulumeat so that wi mar advise intrltrnl1ddrtW J Rrtdlndutrial 601 Kndieett Dig St Paul Min- nntmrolllr In the War I will make your name a hsdng nd a byword v WIr the rejeeld hover oU may make u a byword the proud beauty antwrrco with mjt lie contempt but your own judgmtnt will tell you that you cant no much bItu d with swcha name ai Delia MiHrrfhicnKO Tribune It it not a man hat orr ion to put up a sign offering hit farm for sale that st 4 come into In adequate sense of the jun parlance of learning in olilb which way priqttd letter S rrookeDetroit Journal Thr hest IrsrlmIIm fur Chilli sod Fever a bottle of Cwivr TAnrnrM imu Toxic Its lmilvlronaml iMlnliiela ttUttclcttform Nocurennpaylrkeyau One of time peculiarities of the obstinate man it hit to rnuvtlat what lit regards his own yiclditg nature Watbini ItOb lot To Curt a Cold In Onr Clay Tithe Ijuatlve Hrnruo Ouliittin Toblrtv AH druggtatarefunl moueylf IUAUII to cure Ck The Phlladelphian Itnt the mud on proudgy1eeppavedstreet in world ni Prttt I am sure Pisa lure for Consumption rived my life tlirte years agoMr Till 1 Kobbin Maple Strttt Norwich X Y Itb 17 1000 If we were half II anxious at we try to make people think we are we would arcom plitb twice ai much aa we doRams horn PUTNAM K nni Dies iirwlucr tho faal est and brightest colors of any known stuff by all dniKglaU- HUby Your father rout be a humor tnraoIBixby11henITake her and bf happy To8lopic m 29 aD35QUNION YIn trial of w 411ouR autthat o bladinvryfrom SI to Slfld le llrerlmo0NpwearonmWC 1JI1noI 150ehoerwillEYELETS or SUO TOnYeAOCKTS IWarlh lnreet ulakri of mens 83 and 1110 sloe In the world we make sad ulluulm 13 nnll 83ro 1011 t hn any other tiro tonnfnetnrer In the UH BEST 360 SHOE 1nourluilj romtftrt and vrtrU known theweridT5ythin tilntt rode btctui Iht Mmitird hi slay bm tlttti to Mfh hit vnrtn unoqthis BEST 300 SHOE TliEltt lYylb toaPukek rtfeter anmllndetlnherdum t p n W fearL T 3 A gorgeous costumo flashed benonth tho brilliant lights of a ball room Tho queen of nocioty is radiant tonight Tho nervous hands of n weak womnn have toiled day andnight the weary form and nching head have known no rest for tho dress must bo To that queen of society and her dressmaker wo would say n word Ono through hothouse culturo luxury and social excitement and other through tho toil of necessity may some day find their n common causo Nervous prostration excitability fainting spoils dlfczl nose sleeplessness loss of appetite uiiu strength nil inuiuaiu sorioua trou promoted by nn overtaxed systemFor tho society queen and tho dressmaker alike there is VegetabloConlpoluml Mrs Lizzie Anderson 49 Union St Salem N J writes Diuu MIL IIXKIIAU feel It lit my duty to write lull tell how prntoful 1 am to you for what your inoilldno has dune forma Atone limo I Buffered everything n woman could I had inllninmatlon of tho ovurleii tailing of the womb and loucorrhipo At times could not hold n needle to sewn Tho first doMi of your Vegetable Comix uml helped mo ea much that I kept on using it I now token six bottltlInnli nm well mid able to le ray work I alas rude n wheel nail tOIl no bad effects from IU 1 nm JianJiful to Uio Giver of ill good for KlTntf you the wisdom of 5000 curing Minerini women I nconiinciui your med trine to every woman troubled with any of those flUcafeA Mrs Sarah Swodcr 103 West St La Porte Ind writes greatlcasuroIlnkhain Vcetablo Compound hu lone for mo I had been miiTcrvr for years whh female trouble I could not now but n few mluutcs nt a time without NtiiTcrin terribly with 10 head Mv bnck nnd kidneys DIM d mo till tho time wan ndvlMd b a friend to tnko OUf med lane Lad no faith in it but decided to try it After tnlting one Ixittlo I full much letter that tateenjREVARDOlnCIlbefatllballOllle dfpmilfd National thattbeabor- atetIinranurr obtaining MtpictMa WALTHAM WATCHES- The best pocket machines for keeping time that is possible to make The Perfected American llralchan Mustnlcd book interesting information about watches will sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham Mass lretevlICH ESTER wr GUM CATALOGUE FREE Tells about Winchester Rifles Shotguns and Ammunition Send address on postal Dont delay if Interested WINCHESTER REPFATINC ARMS itoWINCIIKSTER AVENtE HAVEN CONN LIVE ST06K CJXJTPSS WI elfturnlabduplleuteIof MVK STOCK CUTS or say Cut shown In any hpo- taen at or below quoted prices altos AN KGLLOdO NIJWSPAPER 335 West fit Chic nnat 0 RED HOT StiLLERwnl Ie hr nr fsirlirewonmemu ietll njhody cnIIdaourteIlnrhow l WPJ luerle- wen nor Irv Auierrraee jUUT UJ awy aNhd llcptical qutiliont J ul tetun wt we hate ilb the Cny hank or Lynn Man tJom whnt will be pad any peed wbo will Chow not crnuinr or writ puMUhtd before the wlttra p cul rxrmiauon K PIKUIAH Co it of be all name and a now you arc CO NEW other Hook for CO SI A ealt4l Meal aMq SURE SORE For Billiousness Dyspepsia Kidney and Live- rComplaints InNrcmuly has been htshlv rccomoitnrtr1 hv tome ol our Ihl cllln ol Cincinnati II aka weal Hnncrty i ut on the rourUet APIIY mil KIIKU SXUIMU Td tts tJ Roxuocty Co i0 SOl ob I5 ylf Ucla SL ClnelnniU 0 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL l4 ainn In the Iiilrrimdonal Herlrn fat October 14 llmo la ruble of tbe Oren Mapper- ttrcpnrcd by H C Lenlngton Tllll IK88ON TEXT Iuke 1tIG4 Anti whets one of them that sat at meat with him hentil Iliexe thinKS hlIald unto Hirt JlII ned hi he that shall eat bread In he kingdom of clod Then calil Ho unto him A certain mat merle u gnat supper and bade many And soul IM icrvulit al upper time to Kity ttt them Ihul WCfR bidden Cornel for ill thliiKx urn now mill And they nil with one content beget to nlukc fxtmp The flrnt mild unto him ImVb boucllt it piece of ground and I must needs no und ace pray thee have rm excused II And another paid I haVe boilKht nva i or okell chit to prove them r lice have too excused tad another 8alll have married t wife und therefore I cnnnol come 2L Ho that Vervunt came und chewed hit lord there things Then the mauler ol the adds being HHsrf raid to his srrViinto out quickly Into Ito street mid lanes of the Ity alid brltiK III hither the poor end the iiiuiinid and limo halt Dna tile blind Ii Add the BHVulit unlil Lord It Is done an thou hunt cOmfnutided und yet them Is room 3 And lime lord said Untbtherervantno out Intb time highway and hedge and com pct Iliciti tt come In that my lioute may be tilled Ior I say unto you That none of those men which were bidden shall taste uf my luppcr O1IENTI t Cumelfor11 Magi err how rtIIlIkl 14IT NOTES AND COMMENTS Jem hud been Invited to dine at th home of chief pharisee Three of the UliuhliiK of JcsUf brought out on that ocuukion tie have nlreddj ntlitli 3i Jt was at lhlaMlluetHnnerttatlesvwgatt- utterance to the parable of the great upper tontnllicd In this lesson The wiMft to lip MilUitd Misfit the fol owing tiuUIhe IMrivuntUiiht onvItivltmlun to the flrvHt Huppertvi K KXIUHI ol Thtae lovlledvlsir fits Vlder Invitation vs IirH aidnilJeua pamble of tin I mil upper tiilft brought ft III ly tic iviiii of otic Of lilOK ft lib fill- at tin lir with Hllrl The mnri tvhi nlntle HMK rrmnrktins probably it ptiarlw The ihnrterK ns fie know throe niiide a great oMrntdlloli Uf tired pravtr on the Mrrrt corner and thelf heart Thtrt known by their primer on the street corner cud their piniin jihniKj Tlielr religion vaKone of cunt tint of piety We hate nn ex ntiiile htforc III A pliiirboe to whom the prnctlml tinohliiKn of truim pert bpf oinln Mntnvtoflil ronght to change tits Ktibjeet anil we bare the rctixirk while nbMillltelV trtie yet under the clrciinutancfs anti ivuninjr from tit KoilriV It did coined nlilt Alone eanti Ile Midi llle fcrt U he that hnll tnt lirenl In the kingdom of God Tn eat bread if the klhgitoin of iud meant hying u member of thilt kint dote To the phnrliecK ktvplng the cereriioiilalx of the In w amid tiadltioriK meant entrance Into the kingdom It Is to thin thought thntIctus replies Invitation to the UnlIt KtipierA pertain man made n great supper and eat Invitations to those In the elow circle of hi fricnda rite application U pluln when we remember Utah flit Jews were hichocn j eople of God Orlentiil Mipperx were not served frith the regitarilv to which we are nwcl In Ihlll tiny tn the Mrntern world When the Mippcr 1nI ready it Mrvnnt w auld be rent around with n etoiid Mini none When IhcReeond Riiinmont cainfr the Invited guests began to mnkc ex cu e KXCIIKCH of Those Invited The vn rlous exeiifes made ar expref ed In oriental terns which translated to fit In ultli our modern life unit thought cover nil the field of excuses we can make for not accepting the Invitation of Jesuit The first tens care of properly the econd Interference with htilnc the third pleasures and home ties low accurately nil this fits In with our coum of life The Invitation to the litter life comes to ua Wanlive It here and now but In n fuller enc hereafter The day nnd hour ot the Hccond summon which we call death wo cannot know In the mean tune we let property hlllllll9 nnd pleasure occupy our time to the exclu Ion of nil ee When the second rum mon comet we could not go It we wxiuld these other things stand In the way The Wider Invitation The banquet awaited the guests and few If any had conic A wider invitation tins this time issued Go out quickly Into the Mrcet and lanes of the city nnd bring In hither the poor and the mnlmrd find the halt and the blind nut Mill there was room Oo out Into the high ways anti hedges and compel them to come In that my house may1w filled Of course we know thnt parables are not to be stretched and strained to put n meaning Into every phrase and word So lucre we may my that tithe parable does not teach that anywill gain nd mutton to the mansion with out due prtJ1nrllllonir him taught olherwiM1 In that parable of n upper where there came In one without a proper garment and who was forthwith tJrctedlepunas tnlklnp to the hilt rises elite among the chosen of Crd sothry tliriiiselvcKthoitglil Jesus hers leaches plainly that the chosen ones may be rejected and thorn they looked upon n dogs Samaritans and fie i tiles might after nil become the tic cepted FIR end TMotlo- He who helps another uliows lilm self n brother The bread of life Is u iicccsslty rather than a luxury Some of must have much care ot we hlinll reuse from prayer Vlvtorlcs must bo won In the will before they are won In the world He who would be delivered from evil must not lead himself Into temp tationIf when men are driven to sin they wouldbalk a little mol they could lie safeRams Horn What Will Become of China None can foresee the outcome of the quar ten between foreign powers over the divi lion of China It is Interesting to alel the going to iece of this ancient but IM protreiiiv race Many people in America ere going ti becaute of dytpep ala vUUHllla lUIlf Blood liver and niuuiuii- iairjstt We arc living too faAt hut strength vigor and good health can be rc If we off and cure the above din eats with Ilottcttcrs Stomach Hitter Prolintilr Xu Kliie Yes dear rny hutbatid is a doctor and a lowly flow but awiul ubtnt uunded4ldaIndeedI Only faJl1 During the marriage cere monk when he gave me the ring he felt my puifte and asked rne to put out my tongueWeir he wont do the latter again Spare Moments heat for the lliMvcl No matter what ails you headache to a youbowelscute you without il gripe or pain produce cany natural movements cost you just 10 rents to start getting your health back Cavurcts Candy Cathartic the genuine put up In metal every tablet C C C stamped on it lleware of imitations Inponnlntency white Who Uthat man over there with the hots the fellow we met at the funeral lessee dklotcheerup telling that herhusband hi better Chat is the matter with him now The doctor toM him he was going to die Indianapolis Sun It nIrrd tier i rotISome time ago Mr Aifred II Wcnrich of 10 sort lath Street Ihiladelphia ia wrote Isell j011 of your Lotion Four bottle of it have cured a young lady of Sore Eyelidwith which Le hat been af litttd since It restored her ebrown alo which had MHcn oil It ii ernarktIup Manv mote cures equal remarkable hove hUll reiiorted o Lotion which is one of the mOAt nmlrrful lifaler and liMutidert known ebntre lotion Snap ossrcee all the nitliiiua iiroiiertun of the Lotion and in alluair ftolid be ur1 ii connection with it in ireffrcncfr It a y other nosp If your liiiriit itonl kti id rend hiii name ti Sunn Idirnrr VI IViri Stretl sew York mid rteeiv free pamphet of telll tnohiala and mule ofotion or Soap nrnlllnileY- oilnjc itly0ive Int ace yard cJ why hviveiit fetc Iry Soxds LlerkOh laud tan tot have forgotten mt Laved your Ills at till 8iwt lc tat Miinmer Yhiin IU warmly Ihay of roiirfe you iliu Vhll titer give me two yards of this ribbon iva c hnoonlourual CALIFORNIAS SPLENDID SHOWING AT TilE PARIS EXPOSITION Following In nn extract from a letter recently written by Mr Win II Mills of Ciillforliin while In Turin In chin rgi of the Southern 1ncillc CompanvV cx hibit nt the Imposition It remark uble for too frhMHin first an evidence of the rrent Interest which he every where manifested in that wonderful Stnlil bless for the valuable inforrm tint II Hill liltiKntiil for which it is here reprodncrdParta July 19th Tile panorama picture of the Marlpod all taclluling pho rhOh1Irmad On eM y n rut rulh tin KrRltct FriinUiowins Au miilailon of Kruncf to thf number of Bf ten visited the oilier Thy uere churBe thtr 1rildert who Is the si Inilvldual fruit urower In t CsptiWiC ThO came to get an ltlua trillion the inilulrlaliiMl climatic con ditions under which our fruit Is grown I xplalnril to them fully the prolific char acter of our rltm tr and ly pictures mind lllurtiittlnns thownl them that we 1 lull every year that our danger was from ovfrUmrlnz that In no Instance had we rnlMiil two crops In jucccsslon from any Calla Vou will cartel un derstand the or this In tcrvltw until It issexplained tnnt this KrultUrowlnB Arroclatloa fruit culture In two tvac wall culture and eiiltlvutlnc under Blsss J forero French devlrnatlons The outdoor cultivation ot fruit In France Is extrnhuzardous and Is font being superseded by the urtlliclal mn of wall and glass The gentlemen who were here csler the most profitable cultivation was that wherein all the Inc tore of success were In the hands of the cultivator t have used Ibis argument many times for the promotion of the policy Df Irrigation I have said when the moliture can be controlled both with ref crone to moliture and drainage civilized culture will have been achieved that at that t It becomes an art but where natural conditions lire depended upoi and are not under the control of man the cultivation has not rlien to the dignity of an art JIll main factors are at the hazard of chance When t explained however the court tions under which fruit was grown In California It became apparent both to my self and my auditor that the natural conditions In California are as nearly per fect for the production of fruit as It Is possible to be and at all events there are economies with us which will Five us the fruit markets of the world You may accept this conclusion as dem by our exhibit and observation here California la hereafter to be tho orchard of the world for reasons which will be more easily made apparent In a ncromil Interview The rcaon for the foregoing narration I will row present WI had exhausted the Interest of the exhibit In showing1 the tulle the plnrnpMes the dater the prunes the penchc the pears the ap ples the vegetables In all their varieties etcThe day was extremely hot and the Interview had become monotonous I called the company Into an altitude In which they a good view of the pan orama of the great tree grove I have never heard more genuine expressions of cur and admiration The President of lie uoclntlon a man of fine mentality and dignity of character raid through the Interpreter to me that the picture was the most beautiful presentation of a forest he had ever recn and the forest was the mot beautiful of any that had ever been shown nbroii The forest as ex pressed In that Is Infinitely su perior to nny forestry expression possible The largest pine tree I raw In Ger mangy was less than twentyfour Inches In diameter and not to exceed seventyfive fir eighty feet high Alter what we had old tem of tilt favoring conditions of climate nd soil we Introduced them Into the heart of one of our greatest forest liv the best representation which can he plarel upon paper ou can have no conception of how It broadened ned dignified and our State We hail shown them panorama picture pic lures of orchard In bloom pie tares of orchards one of which Is a mast msrvelotis presentation the panorama Itself belnn lx feet fourteen high and representing live hundred acres of prune orchard We had shown them Iwtnl one square miles In nns panorama of n fruit orchard In Vacn talte large e had shown them large fruits and veg etables and pill the thing hall appealed to them as The of tlio great forests of California Including tile greatest trees that grow In the State conferred the entll t exblWt proba bility and confirmation The Itctorl Coattoons Irate Customer 10 barber You call this hair cut f Looks as if you had chewed it lfillarberWell mister this is a free coon ry and if you dont like it that way vh IO1L Ollclltwt off fur ef Boton felt d A LAWYERS READY ANSWER to Which He Reflected Credit Upon Client nt Well ni Mlmself An eminent lawyer one of the most em meat in the United states was in thcmiiUt of an arguiiiint before the supreme court in defense ot the pattut rights of his client to a newfangled dial button that was btmg uiiawfudy nianufsctitred by the iiccpe on the other side of the caw TIe mtm guished counsel was dmribing the patent referred to and its lOa ooanlailClfWI the Kanaa Lil Journal Sliiras interrupted him and in a most seri ous manner observed should like to ask the learned counsel if his client manufacture a cOllar button that wont roll under the bed Of course the court was shocked Some young in the seats reserved for spec tatore titteredand the marshal rapping on his desk with gavel roared SLenee In this honorable court The eminent coun sel maintained his gravity although his soul trust have been deeply and had pretence of mind enough to turn the cident to his own advantage saying with emphasis have the honor to inform the court that the collar button manufactured by- my client is unique in that aK well at in other rpectl hut my client would not be so selfish as to patent so important a benefit to mankind One on the Clerk HP thrust time sealed letter through the window and down two cents Wellwhat do you wantto asked the clerk gtum repliedsweetlyPhiladelphiaSollh stChicagoDaily llnHsi Cnlnrrh Care Is taken internally Irice 75c Tis sweet to kissso Is Kiime Gum to chew Misrepresenting and exaggerating are simple lying Atchison Globe Bears- The SignatuzreI Nh at it It box of Set Wrapper aud a t take as COHGJjRSFiUH Oared Catarrh Less uoodwyn- KxCongrennan Soodwyn Alabama following letter Medicine Columliu 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FOR ma w tiartw OKLAHOMA nation Out Plash with DROpstbnokoflertiuentsirandilldsptreatmeat treo of We and f CHICAGO TO OMAHA 1IDouble Dally Service NwllnlLnaBodt ford u fie WawrJoo Yon JodgeiS Coua Ill Bluff Bullet Ubr i7tmoklBg ears sleeping care free reclining e alrqldining can to the dnltad for a copy of Pictures and Notes KnNoul log this new line as seen from the car wmdmrI ImesAILlLNSON0FACaeigd Dessert for ToDay You need not about it if you bar Kurnham fatty Jellycon in the cupboard Only necessary to dissolve in hot water and stand away to cool to secure the mot delicious jelly Absolutely pure gelatine sugar and fruit flavor Flavors Lemon orange strawberry wild cherry peach also unllavoredl calfAfoot for wealtlJ coffee jelly Your grocer sVeit READERS OF TIltS PAPER DESIRING TO BUT ANTTHINO AUVEHT18KO ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON UAV1NU WUAT THKV ASK lOll HEFD81XO ALL SUBSTITUTES OH IMITATiONS RoE1 ROOFINGaubatitutforPlstarYPLE rUtl Tk Yay Manilla Kooluc Co CAM DEM Jt J Iran laaahByrep a In time f0 brave sill iuiiJtA N KB 1894 VREX WRITING TO ADTXBTIBEBa plae alale that you saw Pe AdrrUs- emGls tale pr I- n THE CITIZEN A yeelnly- The only eerpaper pnlilUlinl In in itE A KENTUCKY OCTOIIER 11 11KX Till DEBATING SOCIETY The CitlzonS Union In response to a number of culls Prof Raymond is arranging t assist in the establishment of debating societies and to furnish them with seIltoctjects for reading through tho columns of the CITIZEN Tho debating society has been of great benefit to thousands of ooplo It helps then to think and to express their thoughts and besides this it promotes acquaintance and advances the best interests of any community Henry Clay said owe my success in lifo to one single fact iH thnt I1tI the ago of twentyseven commenced mind continued for years to persist in daily rending and speaking offhand on tho contents of somo philosophical or scientific book The plan for u Citizens Union with suggestions as to its constitution etc will be given in full next week Such a Union cnn arrange for n local libra ry and can sometimes secure speakers for public occasions But its best work will doubtless bo done at home when it brings out the talent of the essaysIThe first book recommended for tho reading and study of the members of n Citizens Union is n very interesting one by Chits F Dole entitled The Young Citizen This book is publish ed by D C Heath Co of Boston the price is DO cts per copy in cloth It contains pictures of our great men like Vashiugtou Lincoln Jefferson and Webster ns well as pictures of the public buildings at Washington and many state capitols about 0110 hundred in all And it is full of in teresting information which n young citizen ought to know It tells more about life in cities than most of ust are familiar with and willsuggest a great many subjects for further study and debate Next week we cCOIIStlt ctanti mention sort questoius suitable for essays and debate American patriotism like American institutions is from Gcd We are Accustomed to look to the Supreme Being in thankfulness as the giver of our daily bread we have the same reason to be thankful to Him for the political privileges thnt enable us to out it in peace Improve YOUlschCiJ If people only knew the value of time A half hour each day steadily given to the vanquishing of some real books in history science literature is three hours a week is more than twelve hours a mouth is more than twelve solid days of twelve hours each a year What cannot the busiest perI son accomplish by such seizure of the fragments of time Oh if the young people only knew the culture possible for them by such simple meausl And it is always tho tuna who knows who gets to be the mUll who does and to whom the chance for doing comes Merely frittering away ouos leisure a lifetime devoted only to that how pitiably sad No ship drifts iutohar bor No young person drifts into an achieving manhood or womanhood f a Take time for improving Word yourllefI I VORMS J C011eSp0l1 e1el1 c Attention Young Men A rare chance to earn money for schooling is offered young moo by APIplyMadison County IPnlnt Lick J A Allen has beetoclosed two weeks on account of lack of water Im Fish is building an addition to his drug store which will add greatly to its appearance Mr and Mrs B F Kolly of Evarts KyWlW visiting relatives at this place time past week Miss Laura Kelly a former student 1yIable to enter school again at Berea this winter There was u Civil Liberty Club or ganized at Lowell Oct ii with forty members A B Estridge chairman Clay County Bright Shade HonJ W Yerkes made n flume speech at Manchester Thursday Clay county will give him 1000 majority Finloy Smith moved to Knox ennui ty Monday Tho people are busy making sor ghum Win Smith of Ogle was hero last SundayMiss lichen Bailey is teaching Smtdayschool on Mill Creek Mulcom Smith went to Manchester Monday Harrison Mills an old citizen of this place went to Bcrboursvillo UIII day The Association was held at Union Church Sept 21 and 22 a large litI teudallceIMason County Maysvllle Miss Fraukie Whal was brought home from Wilber force College by her mother very ill with iutlamatory rheumatism Clarence Thomas of Maysliek loftI week to attend college at Urbana OhioMrs Kattie Robinson of Batavia 0 is u welcome visitor at this plllceI George Strawder the barber of Market street is quite ill of rheu matism Miss Ether Jones teacher of Aberdeen addressed the Bethel Sunday school Sunday mowiugI The Germantown fair will be a special feature of the season Octobe- r1111nod 13 The remains of Mrs Mina Thorn ton were brought from Coal City and interred in the Maysville Cemetery Bourbon County lUlllcr burg Rev H L Herod of Indianapolis spent Saturday with wife Dr Conrad of Paris was called to see Miss Mattie Green Thursday Miss Maggio Amos of Chicago is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Derrec son The Missionary entertainment at M E church was largely attended Thursday evening WANTED ACTIVK MAN UK nOUtUAlta- Cler to ilrllver mill nulled In Kentucky fur oil Ubll hefl maniifarlurtiiR x orek huiitv flO xrerr pay llone lv nose than exHrlcim rttyIIIr A BOON TO MANKIND I e eiilaI JIll DR TABLERS BUCKEYE A New for the Certain Cure of PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS DOT s C T3 iiSa18 Pronrlsfor 3IG1 J Juts Uri far 20 Years Ras led all Worm PILE CURE Discovery INTERNAL andi EXTERNAL WITHOUT JXRemedies PILETUB W Bth BOLA I3Y liLIrrsYtared 1r + caVGoGoZOTeI Sold by S K AVKLCII Jr 11701 childrcCpar outs Mr and Mrs Sum Miller Tho many friends of It C 0 Don jamin were shocked to hear of his death11e extend our heart foil sympathy to the bereaved family The Election of school trustee cre ated quito an excitement Saturday Our people are more interested in sellltillgIJackson County Kvergroen Haiti is badly need 1el in this port of time country People art done saving their folder and sorghulIIIIZEN and read time homo news astKerby Knob Dry and dusty Farmers report corn crops better this year than usual Willie Hucker mid wife wore at Bear Wallow lust Monday and Tues day Win Powell has purchased horse and wagon from William Jones Miss Ethel Jones was the guest of Misses Martha and Viola Click Sun lily There is some work being dons on time Oak Grovo church house The CITIZEN is making its wry into quite u number of mountain homes and its contents lure valuable from thin fact that it contains nothing but illIshadOwsley Cou ntyiItooneville P B Moore iRI having his house repainted 1IWilliam Wilder is u candidate for Assessor of this county subject to the decision of the Republican party Mrs Hachel Moore of South Uooneville huts recently purchased the property of C II inter and oVcupied by Dug Freeman Freeman will move to Bent tpilJlIII Mrs Nellie Reynolds is pected to live Walter Evans und wife of Cross Roads were both found dead in their home a few days ago with their throats cut It is supposed that Evans killed his wife nod then him self E T Reynolds is planning to go to Madison county where ho will work at the saddle trado There will bo a number of newI students from this county in school at Berea this winter Gnlibard Mathias Wilder has novel from Meadow creek hack on Indian creek A J Chandler hits added a new building to his oldores Candidates are becoming nui merous in this coun tIPeople are done saving fodder and are commencing to make sorghum Albert Gabbard is almost ready to move into his now cabin home just erectedEx judge W B Gabhurd a lawyer of this place defended some few cases in Court last weekI Tutilcilllfor Circuit Judgo- J L Gabbard will begin making up his cane this week Ho thinks he will have something near 100 gallons of molasses Tho Rose Bros are making good progress hauling logs on this creek They are running from three to five wagons every day Your correspondent hopes the peo plo of this grand Old State wont givo up the liberties that our forefathers fought for hit elect Yerkes and maintain thorn Circuit Court closed at Boonovillo- Friday It was in session almost two weeks Nothing of importance was done owing to tho sickness of Judge Brown Two men were sentenced to tho pen There was n picnic ut T P Gab Lards school Friday Sept lath Meredith Gubhurd was thero with portion of his school The crowd ass semblcd on tho top of u hill on some largo rocks near the school house known ns till Buzzard Rocks The day was spent nicely with songs and recitations from tho pupils A fine dinner was sot on tho rocks and everybody enjoyed it very much Nature can only feed tho llaino of lifo with tho food eaten which is di gested Horbine will reinvigorate u weak stomach and so improve di gestion us to insure the natural bloom of health Price t0ct5 S E Welch Jr ITHE SCHOOL Kdlteil by J W PliiMnorv plan ol the Nor mal iHpHrtmom Ikrva OoUcj- EN Kit A L WORK Much of tho time spent upon Gen ctrl Workall found on nearly every primary teachers program ucconi plishos but little of its intention This thought came to mo recently with almost overpowering force when I realized that my pupils although in crested in the topics whet discussed in school did not seem to think of them afterward What should I do to niako this time more profitable each o of my fifty was time ere r present question of both waking ama sleeping hours illiS an experi ment IloidII horse story not from David Hartim It wan u troinen duos success So took the hint and obtained several desirable results treated time subject in as instfrcsl a wiy as possible and found th children apxiuus to express thel r thoughts old knowledge of time sub jest us well as to go to somo iroubl out of school hours no morodilHcul ty about their forgetting suggestions given or questions IIskll found plenty of available material at ham thorn the story of Pegasus Uelleraphon and this Chi mera adapting it from the oneyclo pcdiu und mythology Tho story ofPhaeton tern the samo souicc isi good too Paul Reveros Rido aunt tho Boll of Atri are good either in story or in Longfellows jwetic One child recited Eugeno IihlIHide to Bumpvdle mother hill Flyaway Hurst J told them Brownings How they Brought the Good News from shout ID Aix HiM tolling tho story mend tending the poem next day They enjoyed the description of a horse in Job ltd 2f They were interested in the stunts uf wild horses that I told them of their moving in herds with the largest and strongest liorn for tender with xviHik horses and cult in the cnuter Theo wo laud of Black Bmmt and Islrbcniutrlpintreatment of animals TIll accounts of time necessury rare of eyes mouth IPIOrltlllitforown persons paving tho way for phy siology work The stories of time nature dfoposiji tion and sagacity of horses manner of treatment accorded them drawn from their own ttIrillcIgave good opxulunity for uriginul ewpsrinllycheck rains blinders time docktail tio close clipping and whipping although they wore disparaged when ken of with such young childrenSIx greatest good lies in cultivating sympath with and kindness towllnl horses und drawing from them stories of atlehm experiences They found out for themselves afoul horses feet teeth shajMj of head location of eves and ears their senses of taste sight smell and touch Wo spoke of their strength ranee and kind red subjects h11I till uses of horses exult up for dill cession an automobile would have blushed and sought to hide its di minished IwadHO many wore tllIII ways suggested in which horses help us suggestiveitcording to tho opportunity or know ledge of the liras Rrrii DAVIS For all fresh cuts or wounds in either tho human subject or in arms mills as a dressing Mallards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are mina nitlel Price and O cts S E Welch Jri A fIlII roitUV r THE HOME Killtril pro tern by the Manner CoiTllniuil trout la t week In our former paper wo insisted in order that right conditions for honooInod that ho must lo tho burden beaver Hero lot mo hay If tho lifo is pure through faith in niul love for Christ land tho man Mniul ready to fill out tho measure of Luis obligations as till head nod burden bearer of tho homo ho will with limn help guaranteed him by God in Joules chaptur fith verso bo ablo to nittt mill thin requirements coining upon him his funilywill honor him his God will bless him land ho Hindi Stand in his lot al the cud of the days Daniel 12th chap setaeoTo clone this artiilo I want to say a 0few words to flue boys in tho homo In the CITIZEN of Sept 27 wo stated that to havo good mothers wo roust huvogooddaughters bothlcornet good others unless wo hero good sons Thu samo requirements lint bindint on tho boys us upon tliu girls to the ond that they bo prowl sons Boys Im us pure as you believe your mothers to Iw and as you will require those whom you will chooso for wives to bo Beiir in mind A while lift for two is a jHHilivo requirement if mho homo is to bo what God will hnvo itI dtlltIllIlllIlllof tIme fat her and mother decides the cIiHrnct r of the home l pOll t 11 chnrneler of thus terms hangs the das tiny of till notion Hints for ItrlKliI Girls Soma out Iota suggested fifteen things that every girl slum lonrn lw fort shut is its Not ovuryono cnn learn to play or paint or slug wwll enough to givo pleasure to hor friends hunt limit following acunmplish uiiMilH are within overylodys reach 1Sliut the door and shut It softly own room in taitofnl tltrIHave nn hour for rising and ritILeant to innku bread us well us cllkoINever M a button fitU ofT twelltI four hourstAlways know where your things nrt1t Never como to break fast without a cullerlbuttoned The highest holiness is along the Commonest road of lifo along your very way In wind and nun no mat ter how it hltltit in only going hand in hand with Him Pearse m01l11Tlwn1joy For woiship U something moroj than either hut fear of God or the love of Him It is delight in Him lherITho most NtuhlHirn CUSOH of Broil chitis snccomb to Coupons Honey lor Tar Price M cIA S E Telch Jr THE FARM Klltc by 8 C 1rutwor ol Horti culture lucre ColloKe 1JUsI A FAIiaiUKln- itlHtmt fnim turf trrrt But tho farmor to do also withIstock nod the rare successful ho iH Iill making domestic animals take the rough products of Ids farm and build them up into valuable products for market the better farmer ho is A Hhlllof Zoology mid Physiology then will give him an ac uaintanco with thin laws of animal structure nu trition and growth told time social Ncionco of Animal Husbandry will give him un idea of different breeds of domestic animals and their juluptu tion to different purposes as 1111alt how best to menage nod euro for them In choosing the right xomhiimt ions of feel stuffs for uiiiinals for dllTolIlIt iiirKHi as in fending tho steer for Incf tho cow for tho most and richest milk or tlo animal for miiMio mud energy till trained Tarmor will bring to bear his practical knowledge of animal economy sod chemistry IIbllinlllllllllltkultHIIII tinny dollars Our trained farmor should also have a knowledge of foot nod energyits langht in Physics and Mechanics for ho is applying force or energy in all Ids use of tools and implements oral force as put forth in tho hither of imi nmls or moil costs him something to lrocllrulIlIlIwililNl1i imamloss if not laid out to good advantage With all time rest the farmer needs bo a good htisine room to meet with thin highest success He chould keep accounts with his stock and Holds and know what era paying him kllOIer cilFers a fair Price for hit products or Iw able to find his own market and attend to the wanU of his customers in u business liko wily Doos thus Mom to lx n pretty for midablenrray of studies for till young man to hake up in addition to hosts that ho needs to lit him for general oilizcnthipt It is iMit as severe as tho tqMdul trnining of oil her tho lawyer or till doctor If ho is equipped as ho should Opportunities for such trained farimirM are to INI found seers when a inuter section of good land looks toward heaven A good many farmers havo already demonstrated they tOultllllllko such nn clot pay them x011and every ener getic Ixy with n clear head nod sound body if he hUH a love for farm ife can do tho name thing Tin HI A gentleman had fume daughters the first of whom married man by the mime of Poor limo second a Mr Little the thirdn Mr Short the fourth a Mr Brown the fifth a Mr InttcrIthe guests I have taken pniuH to IhcyIand do honor to my family I find that all myfpains cure and ox wtn lions have turned out nothing but a Poor Little Short Brown Hogg Exchange ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS IVIKYII draft BEREA COLLEGE IIIMOver UO teaclieis 7OO students from tit states Bust Library III Kentucky Xu Hulooiis T DEPARTMENTS J Ifor those NOT snflicluntly advanced to got a teachers certificate yeaisIIFor those Hiiilicicntly advanced to get a teachers con Ilient0 yearsIVteachingVI for lifo LiteraryAdjurmetIX Beroa General Hospital Two Jrllu in the Taro of limo sick Berea places the best education in reach of all moneymaking institution Its instruction m a free gift It aims to hop thoso who value education at themselves and charges a small incidental fee to moot expenses of the school apart fiom instruction must also pity for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within S21 about half of whim mum be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Coiigregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and goal people of all denominations J or information or Jrienillii advice adtlreni the IlcrlrttlilfntJ- IX T FAIItGIIlLI LL Heron Madison Co Ky