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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Nov 1 1900 This weok tho CITIZEN calls on Hororal who nro not subscribers and asks thorn Why not Circulation 1000 An Weekly Devoted to the Interests the Home School and Faro 50 c a I VOL II BEHKA COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1900 NO THE CITIZENR- ev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Stroiia NtnfT of ftlllon rod Cor rIIIal Knlfml at the Pattofft at Htrra Ay aI ollll tau mailmatter IDEAS On election day all moo are equal Fortune favors tho bravo Noiso in not always happiness A child In bettor unborn than untaughtIdleness in tho mother of mis chief mad sin TAKE NOTICE President Frost will prenuh Satur day night at Wcgorsvillo Sunday morning at Station Camp and Sunday night nt Beaver Pond all in Estill County Tho Prohibition Club will hold its mooting Saturday evening at 0W in Room I Lincoln Hall All Prohibi tion voters duo cordially invited to this mooting Winter Torm opens Doc 12 Young mot who apply to Mr J C Teeters for work wages to ho used for puhooling can now find employ taunt Several are working and say ing up for Winter term Como along quick Rev Vin Lodwick will preachy at Uor a Church Sunday J1a in holy Communion ntllimnnrricu Mom hunt are urged to attend A cordial welcome awaits everybody IiiHtuad of tho regular lecture text Tuesday night tilt election ruturns received by special wire in the Chap 01 will ins announced from tho plat form from U oclock on FROM THE WIDE WORLD An earthquake at Caracas Venez vela injured tho US legation build big Friinlrich Max Mtlllor tho philolo gist is lend Tho Puris Exposition will bo pro longed till Nov 11 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Volunteers in tho Philippines will begin coming homo Nov 15 All signs point to tho election of of MoKinloy ntd Roosevelt by over whelming majorities It will not ho safe however for anyone who desires their elation to stay at homo on elec tion lay Whilo mony havo been dirt ap oiutcd in President McKinley in various matters it in still tho opinion of those most competent to judge that his rooloctton will do moro for unto prosperity and honor of tho country than his defeat When our na Fiona credit is the best in the world and when farmors aro getting as touch for n calfskin as they used to got for tho whole calf it may bo just as well to let well enough alone COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Mr Yerkes at WillianiHburgSatur tiny Democratic rallies weit hold all ovjr Kentucky Saturday Goy Heckham addressed a largo crowd at Maysvillo Saturday ExCongressman Dickerson Dem has talon tho stump for Vorkes- Mr Yorkos will close his campaign on Monday afternoon at Lexington and at night at Georgetown Two laundresses at Lakeland asy lum wero discharged for not contrib uting JK per cent of their wages to tho campaign fund Louisville Commercial Madison County Tho Glado District Itopuhlican Club have arranged a Grand Pnnulo for today in honor of tho visit of Ex Governor Bradley who speaks in tho at p in This morning 200 members of tho club attended by the Boroa College Band went out to Big Hill Postoffice to moot a delega tion of 00 horsemen from Jackson county and one of IfiO from Estill county They will bo joined at Silver Crook by another delegation of 100 from Itockcasllo county and one frown Kingston timid Bear Wallow of 200 In town they will bo mot by tho band from Richmond and Clubs from Madison and Garrard counties and other points Tho lino of march will bo continued to tho depot whore they will moot tho Orator of tie Day and oscort him to the Tabernacle 1t r ExGov BRADLEY is HERE TODAY THE CITIZENIndependent YearI Locals and Personals Important Notlcelf you wish to rent rooms or houses for tho Winter Term apply at onco to T J Os borne Borea Ky Several new dwell bugs are being built J C Sharp will soon bo at homo for tho winter Mrs James Roulott has been quite ill tho past week Miss Ruth Putnam has boon quite sick tho past few days 12 D Mitchell sold 101 acres of laud to Mrs II C Baker of Lexing ton Mrs Lou Iltmlin has not improved so rapidly as friends worn hoping she wouldMrs Henry Duncan of Lancaster is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Anderson Crawford- A notice posted at tho pump in rear of Science Hall reads Water unfit for drinking Bad rows this for teetotalers rime Prohibition Club at its last mooting was addressed by Messrs Nixon Led wick and Battle John Jackson who has been in Ohio for Komo time has returned homo to vole J B Lucas hums sold his Hotel to John Hopkins of Scaffold Cano and will give K ssession tho first of tho yearMrs Julia Hunting nnd daughter rottmcd from Cincinnati Sunday Mm Hunt ings health is improving Frank Maupin and Mrs Fannie Withers woro married Saturday Tho CITIZEN extends Irasl wishes Mrs Evan Richaidsou and two sons front Extill county have rented rooms of Mrs Sallio Cornolison Miss Mary Scott fell from horbicy clo Saturday cal broke ono or two bones of her right hand W P Chapman is agent in Boroa for the sale of tho story of tho life and work of Hooker T Washington E B Wallace of Wnllacoton has rented tho Jennau property on Chest nut St and will movo the first of No vomlxir Claude Schram is sick at time Hos pitnl Miss Myrtle Burr who was taken to tho Hospital last week is improvingMrs dwoll wifo of our manager arrived Friday Mr and Mrs Dod well have taken board mid rooms with tho Misses Richardson Mrs Graham of Now York who is lure to omxmnigo tho flax industry gave a faun oxhibibition of flaxbreak ing Monday She is teaching girls to make embroidery on homespun linen cloth The College Band has practiced every night this week in order to bo ready for tho Parado today Thep re ceived hearty applause at Richmond and were tho recipients of mummy cour tesies Tho Berea Hospital is doing a good work Miss Van Horn tho superin tendent has won tho love and confi dence of our whole community Tho Directing Committee aro T1 Os borne Dr E B McCoy Mrs Isaac Davis and Miss J A Robinson Rev and Mrs J A Van Noste of Hidgowood N J stopped hero on their way to McKee where his Church tho Dutch Reform is supporting two Sundayschool workers Mr Van Noste made a pleasant address at Clmpoi Service Miss Adelia Fox who was for Rome timo matron of Model Cottage is visiting Berea and especially Narrow peoploIarrow a or her thero and she may devote her self to Christian work in that locality for soino timo Miss Morrow accompanied by Miss Douglas is visiting n number of schools to see if thoro are any im provements which might bo made in tho management of tho BoardingHall Sho spares no pains or expense to dis cover amid put into practice every thing which will help furnish tho lost board for tho money It is a wonder fed thing to do what sho does for SI 25 n wok For all fresh cuts or wounds in either tho human subject or in ant mals as u dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities aro unequaled Price 25 and BO cts S E Welch Jr liThe Republican Party Is the Ship all else the Frederick Douglass ScaIThe Question of Nov 6th Tho question to ho decided by time voters of Kentucky on tho tltoflov ombor is simply this Shall wo have in this commonwealth a real democra cy an honest government by tho peo ple This question far outweighs in solemn ini ortaiico all thn other issues which can bo discussed in tho present campaign Tho fuels ate thos o First the ma jority of till citizens of Kentucky whether Democrats or Republicans are in favor of honesty in elections sad a wiso and patriotic management of tho state government Second A group of politicians who havo carpet themselves Democrats havo boon managing tho state in such a way as to benefit themselves and not tho people Tho Democratic Par ty is not responsible for tho conduct of these men for they have done what they have done by capturing tho machinery of the Democratic Par ty and acting contrary to tho will of tho majority of tho Democrats Third They havo kept up their power and influence by runny unfair methods For examplo they havo unfairly and illegally distributed tho legislative districts in such a way that a mcmbor of tho Legislature has been elected by ten or twelve thousand voters in parts of tho state which fav ored this group of politicians while in other purls of tho state they haro made tho district so largo that it re quired twenty or thirty thousand voters to elect ono member of the Legislature Fourth Their crowing invention was tho Goebel Law which enabled them to manipulate tho elections of tho entiru state so that they could put anyone whom troy chose into ollice no matter Low tho votes woro cast All fair minded men must agree that this Goebel Law was tho most undemocratic measure that could bo devised It was really worse tuna n KuKlux raid a fond or n lynching for it was not passed in n passion but devised with malevolent coolness Time littlest outrage that can lie perpetrated upon u people Is outrage by luw Filth And finally after many pro fessions of honesty and fairness these Goebelites have refused to amend tho objectiollllhio jucJl1othopoliticlallsdeired people and steal tho offices of this great commonwealth they would havo douo exactly what tlw havo done What can ho accomplished Norma ber Gth wo do not know but ono thing is certain every free man rum go to tho polls and cast a vote for John W Yerkes which shall bo his earnest pro test against this outrage and oppress itpportnncolintorderly and earnest a manner as to show our resolution Tho CITIZEN suggests that a voluntary record of the votes cast against Goobelism should bo kept at each polling place in order that this may bo u moans of judging somewhat as to tho counting of tho ballots Wo firmly believe that very many of tho judges of election although appointed tho Goobol ilos will still bo too upright mind lion irablo to curry out tho Goobolito pro gram of fraud It will thus bo possi to overthrow tho present tyranny in Kentucky without on armed revol utionA vote against Yorkos is n vote against fair elections by the people The Colored Voter Tho colored voter has largo power in his hands in Kentucky and ho has goodIly count upon tho colored men of Ken tucky to vote in favor of an honest election and n fair government Kentucky furnished about eleven thousand colored soldiers in tho war for tho Union When they enlisted hero were many people who were toIBut they showed themselves patient orderly and courageous men and when tho war was over troy had made many friends for their race Tho verdict of tho country was tree who aro good enough to bo soldiers are too good to be slaves Tho colored peoplo have had a hard row to hoo since emancipa tion Slavery had not trained them to think for themselves It had taught thom to shirk ratter than to work and steal rather than to save Tho best lessons which time colored man had before tho war wero the in structions in labor given by intelligent and kindly masters and mistresses Much of this instruction he has miss ed in later years Tho public schools are beginning to give tho colored chil then some adequate training On tho whole thero has been progress in the right direction Certainly tho fifteen thousand colored upon who served in tho SpanishAmerican war acquitted themselves well And tho Afro American officers some BOO men commUsiimed by Pres McKinley proved worthy of tho confidence which ho reposed in them It is still true however that tho colored people used the encourage ment of their neighbors in every way It is an old proverb that if you call a man n thiof ho will steal In neigh borhoods where every one is down on tho Negro tho colored people ore apt to bo unreliable and shiftless But this shiftlessness can best bo overcome by setting before them tho lope of success and an honorable rec ognition among their fellowcitizens Wherever the colored people have been most trusted null where people have expected them to do well and to do right they have shown marked improvement In mutiny counties tho superintendent of education has testi fled that tho colored school trustees and colored teachers hare been moro painstaking faithful and business like than tho white Tho present election in Kentucky is ono in which tho Negro has as much interest as any orWI Tho great question is whether a citizen who has tho Constitutional right to vote shall have his voto counted and whether tho magistrates who receive tho majority of tho votes stall bo put in office to conllnOllIAmerican institutions Tho colored voter will stand beside tho best white mon of tho nommonwcalth in voting for John W Yerkes Dizziness loss of appetite flutulou oy and nausea aro all connected with dospepsia or indigestion Horbino will give prompt relief Price 50 cU S E Welch Jr Noy1 1900 DayThorefuted to arraugo for a fair election but hon est Democrats Republicans andothors can by tyrrauyvoting of MADISON Tabernacle ANiSiS si7 z7 zi7 z7 1v Read Reflect Act1 Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to 2L take effect January i 1900 In order to meet our obligations W by Jan 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest business W in our career Our entire stock in this short time must fbe converted into money and we know of no better way to SW bring about this result quick than Jb oAfterLow Prices on every item in our store as will cause people SK to wonder W t ii i t f tM 1 verybeginning W meiidous volume of business and at the same time feel that by W giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and lasting Customers and increase the prestige of this store for future Now we know everybody knows that we always I given the best merchandise the market affords For the theI our stock of I 1 400elSIs better stronger and More Original than ever before Of I course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those M who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement Kjw Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky X O CZ uz 22 2W Colored Leaders Tho CITIZEN is glad to show its readers this week tho face of one of the first great leaders of the colored race of America Frederic Douglass was born a slave Ho escaped front his master secured a good education and was gifted with such power of speech that time most intelligent audiences in England und America were charmed by his eloquence Douglass was an ex nmplo showing what tho colored race could attain Tho majority of colored peoplo are of course as yet largely uneducated and many of them have tho faults which aro to bo expected e1l11ergeWhat is necessary to secure for them tho sympathy and consideration of their fellow citizens is a discrimina tion which shall recognize merit and worth a character where it exists among them The world needed to know what were tho possibilities of the African race and Frederick Doug lass showed them It used to bo said that no one who hail over heard Douglass speak would be likely there after to speak of a colored man as a niggerTho example of such a man must prove to tho world that the col ored race is capable of vest progress and improvement and the name of Frederick Douglass should bo au encouragement and incentive to every young colored man or woman WAXTKDACTIVK STAN OF GOOD CHAR acter lo deliver and collect In Kentucky for old eUbllluil manufacturing wholesale house t a year Honesty more than cxjverl ruco n Lbur reference any bnnk In any emelolomanufacturerChicago Two Necessities For every Student Parker Jointless Fountain Pen The Students Standard Dictionary Time Dictionary is compiled especially for Students and is recommended by Dr Fairchild Como and see them at College Book Store Room 3 Lincoln Hall Perry F Shrock Proprietor Junu J IJUl 207 WESTMAIN IE B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C F HANSONS ILIVERY LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid a2oo DENTAL SURGERY- A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ay Telephone llenlilence No 02 Office No 00 J C MORGAN SurgeryOffice 1 tos P Notional Bank Building Richmond Ky Center Street Art Gallery- C I OGG Proprietor Notlmlugbutest price DO YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician Main Street Berea Ky eyesFREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see nrllRobinsonsells Fine Jowohy Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him Steles1ttrReliable MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Caps a Gents Furnishings We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual us everything bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere STREET Douglas Bro- sRichrnond Ky 207 WESTMAIN STREET Berea College Winter Term opens December 12 1900 t THE OLD APPLE TREE- Ttrdsy I crossed tho meadows That lie beyond tho town And neath a gnarled old applo tree To rest I laid mo down IU branches Btlrrcd above me- A breeze swept to and fro And high among the npplo buds Tho bees were humming slow A squirrel came to watch me A bird vans from tho lull And all about tho open Holds The sun lay warm and still I thought of how In childhood Like a dream It seemed to me We two had told our childish love Beneath that apple tree The apple buds seem much the same As pure and sweet and cold But time has changed the apple tree And it and I are old My life Is Ilka tho apple tree Grown harsh and rough and strange Dut love Is like the bursting buds They never seem to chance Waldron W Anderson In Good Lit erature TIE STURGIS WAGER y A DETECTIVE STORY jc JDy EDGAR MORETTE copyrightIs9byrrederlckAStokesCoCHAPTER 0 J lie htood for awhile Irresolute nnd had just made up his mind to risk all on n bold move when suddenly Mur docks voice became more distinct as if he were passing near the mouthpiece of the speaking htbe at the other end I shall be back directly lIe was going then Agnes if it were she would remain alone for at least an instant nnd in that instant lay possible sal ration rue reporter strained every nerve to catch some other word None came rout presently he heard n door close JIurdock had left the room Now or never was the chance to act With nil Iris might he blew repeated ly into the tube 11c112 The question came in the tweet tones of a womans voice Mr Sprague is in great danger You alone can save his life if you do at once as I say Go to the door of the extension press upward on the lower hinge then turn the knob Quick before your father returns Sturgis evoked the image of Mar dock performing these operations be fore opening the door of the extent slon nnd with retrospective Intul tlon divined their purpose There was no answer Sturgis wait ed for none In n bound he was at his friends side nnd was struggling to drag him toward the foot of tlm stairs As he reached this point the door opened nnd revealed Agnes Mar dock pane and frightened on the landing at the top The llrst rush of gas caused her to start back but In another instant shi had caught sight of her lovers ituillmntc form and had rushed to his assistance Suddenly shadow fell across tho threshold of the open door Sturgis looked up in quick apprehension It was Murdock He stood critically observing the scene with nil outward appearance of calmness Agnes had not seen him She was making desperate efforts to raise Spnigues limp form but felt herself succumbing to the effects of the gas My darling my poor darling she exclaimed and suddenly she stag gered and lurched forward Sturgis made an instinctive effort to support her but before he could reach her Murdock was at her side mid lord her la his arms lie bore her gently up the stairs and into Iris study Then for an Instant ha seemed to hesitate The reporter expected to see pint close the door In stinctively hib hand reached back to his hip pocket for his revolver But in another moment Murdock had re turned to where he stood Cone he said At the same time he lifted the artist In his arms and carried him up the stairs Sturgis followed unsteadily and reached the sturdy only to fall exhausted Into n chair Having deposited his burden upon the Jloor Murdock closed the door of the death chamber turned n valve which was near his desk opened tho windows wide and revolved ft crank which projected from the wall near the door of the extension lie is shutting off the gas end opening the steel shutters of the skyi light thought Sturgis Then the chemist produced a flask and poured out n small quantity of brandy which he forced his daughter to hwallow As soon as she was sufficiently re vived she rushed to the side of her lover whose head she gently raised to her isp Murdochs eyes were fastened upon her She met his calm questioning gaze Yes I love him she said simply Then this strange man without an other word gently pushed his daughter to one tilde and throwing oft his coat stooped over the prostrate form of the moil whose life he had tried to take and industriously worked over him In an attempt to restore the fail- Ing respiration Slowly and steadily he worked for what seemed an eternity to the anx lous girl At length he rose calm i nd collected as usual and drew on his coat again He is out of danger now he said you can do tho rest yourself AntI he handed his daughter the brandy flask A faint tinge of color had returned to the artists face his breast heaved gently In an Irregular respiration Sturgis still unable to stir from tho chair in which he had fallen was r guely conspjoui of Murdocki move ments Ho saw the chemist open tho safe which stood near his tablo and take from It numerous bundles of banknotes which he carefully packed Into n valise ho saw him take from the same safe ft few richly bound notebooks which lie proceeded to do up In n neat bundle securely tied pad scaled Tins done the chemist put on his hat and coat and was preparing to pass out Into the hallway when n knock sounded upon tho door Murdock opened slightly enough to show himself without revealing the presence of the other occupants of the room It was one of the housemaids Plazo sur wiiil the girl in n frightened voice the polacemun says he cant walt no longer he must see ycr right away Are they in the parlor Only the polacemun sur the other man said he would wait outside Murdock took ti minute for reflec tion Walt In the hall until I call you he said nt last If the policeman bee conies impatient tell him I shall not be long that I am engaged on most important business No sooner had the girl gone than Murdock seizing the valise and the package opened the door of the ex tension Ills eyes rested for awhile upon his daughter who stilt absorbed In the tender care of her inanimato lover was oblivious of all else Thero was In them nn unusual expression almost a tender light but the im passive face was otherwise emotion lessThe chemist seemed to hesitate for n brief instant whether to speak then passing out into the extension ho softly closed the door behind him Sturgis alone weak and powerless had seen him go- CIiAITEI XXIV CHECKMATE The two detectives after leaving Sprngueand Sturgis In the cellar of the Manhattan Chemical company pro ceeded to search the premises from basement to roof Then somewhat discomfited they returned to the cel lar and were surprised to thud that the reporter and his friend had disap pearedAfter questioning the man whom they had left on watch on the outside and ascertaining that neltbelSprl1gue nor Sturgis had yet left the house the detectives called loudly to the missing men and receiving no reply at last became alarmed and sent word of the mysterious disappearance to headquarters The chiefs answer came at once Kemaln on watch where you are We shall Investigate from the other sideOne of the detectives thereupon went up to the roof of the building whence he could keep watch upon the backyards while his companion remained the front hall They had been waiting thus for some time when the latter thought he heard footsteps In the direction of the private office He was on the alert in an Instant Tire door was cautiously opened and n man stepped out into the hallway Ile carried a valise nnd n package He blinked like n man coming suddenly from the darkness Into the daylight Who are you asked the detective brusquely Tho man looked in the direction of the voice and as his eyes became nee customed to the light returned the de tectives surprised stare with a calm and searching look Checkmate he muttered quietly to himself at last Then without seeming haste he passed back into the private office bee fore the astonished detective could make allY attempt to stop him Recovering himself quickly the detective followed the sounds of the re treating footsteps to the cellar stairs Then fearful of an ambush he fired his revolver as n signal to his companion on the roof and after striking n match he cautiously descended reach ing the cellar just in time to see Mur dock disappear into the underground lie rushed to the spot rind unable to find the door he pounded with nil his might upon the shelves causing the bottles to dance and rattle Comenow he shouted the games up You may ns well be reasonable You cant possibly escape for youre surroundedNo came from within The man tried his powerful strength upon the door without any perceptible effect When the second detective nrrivcd upon the scene he found the first one removing the bottles from the shelves by tire light of n match lucid in his left hand Get ft light and an nx Jim Theres n secret door here which well have to break in I cant find anyway of open- Ing it A few minutes later the detectives after denting upon the shelves some telling blows with nn nx called upon Murdock to surrender Deceiving no answer to their sum mops the men stood Irresolute for n few seconds Then with grim deter mination they attacked the door raining the blows upon it fast and fu riously and filling the air with a show er of splinters- At length n final stroke sent the weakened hinges from their fastenings and the men rushed through the un derground passage into the murderers laboratoryA startled glance told them that Murdock was not there They started for the stairs and were met by a policeman who was just entering Murdochs office Have you got him asked the detec tines in chorus No replied the policeman sure prised Mr Sturgis says he went down here about 20 minutes ago We chased him in from the other end not ten minutes ago Tho policeman hurried down the stairs Murdochs anise and package stood conspicuous upon the long box nut of Murdock there was no sign Gone exclaimed one of the detec tives deeply mortified at the thought that his quarry had slipped through his fingers Gone How Where He cannot have escaped He cannot What is It Mr Slurjrls- He had suddenly caught sight of the reporter half way up the stairs Weak and ill Sturgis with blotched face clung unsteadily with one hand to the railing while with the other ho polnled toward the leadlined vat whose dark viscous contents were bubbling like boiling oil A pungent vapor rose in dense clouds from the surface of the liquid Through It the fascinated gaze of the horrified men vaguely discerned a nameless thing tossed in weird and grotesque contortions in a seething vortex Murdock had escaped the justice of coca CHAPTER XXV Tin Munumi SYNDICATE See here Sturg this wont do forbade you to do u stroke of work today or even to leave your bed and hero you lire scribbling nwny just ni though nothing hud happened I tell you when n non has the narrow squeak you have there has been n tremendous strain upon his heart oral it is positively dangerous Dont scold old man I love never in my life been better than I feel to tiny And besides this work could not be postponed Oh pshaw That is what nine out of every ten patients any to their physi clan They are modestly convinced that the world must needs come to n standstill If they cannot accomplish their tiny mite of work Dr Thurston who had assumed his frown of professional severity pro ceeded to feel tho reporters puUc Well your are III lurch better tiara you deserve Almost any other man would have been laid up for a week by the experience your have been through vliE BORE HER GENTLY Ul THK STAI t And here your have the face to recover without tilt assistance of the medical profession and in spite of your insolent disregard of my express orders to leave work alone for the present Now there is Sprague All what of Sprague risked the reporter anxiously Sprague has had n close call lint he is safe now If tender and intelligent nursing count for anything he will probably be up In a day or two Miss Murdock Yes She has a professional nurse to help her but she has insisted on taking charge of tho ease herself And an excellent nurse she Is too and a charming girl into tire bargain nnd what Is more a noble woman Does sire know of her fathers death I broke the news ns gently us possible She took it much more calmly than I supposed she would There evidently was hot little xyinpathy between her and her father On her side nt airy rate Yes tier first net on learning of her fathers crimes was to send for n law yer She refuses to touch a cent of his money mid has hlI1lIot cd Iwr attorney to make such restitutions all runny be possible and to turn the rest to char itable institutions This leaves her al most pciiiillijts for the property sine lucid in her own right iron her moth ers estate amounts to very little Kor innately Sprague Is rich enough for both What arc you doing there If I may nsk Dr Thurston pointed to a bundle which lay upon the table That is Murdochs autobiography a legacy to me The package was found near his vnllsc III tho death chamber He had nddreKsed It to me at tire lat minute Did it help you in your account of the Knickerbocker bank case for the Tempest A little but naturally Murdochs account of that crime was not com plete The entire journal however in of absorbing Interest It is a pity that It cannot he published Why cannot it he published 7 It would be dangerous to the wel fare of society Murdock was an extraordinary genius in iris line there Is marvelous originality and ill Inll ity in his work Ills crimes aura bered by the hundred were till of capital importance hi their results null deep iuid rod skillfully executed It Is hardly likely that such nnothtsr consummate artist In crime will ex- Ist once ti century To publish the details of iris schemes would bo to put n formidable weapon In the hand of the vulgar herd of ordinary grin inals who lack the imagination of this brilliant villain I tell you Thurston continued Sturgis with what seemed very like enthusiastic conviction this innn was tho originator of nhnott every unsolved mystery which hats nonplussed the police during the last II years lie had his agents in every Im portant center throughout the country tigcnts working under potent in centives and yet working in the dark for few of them have ever known who held the mysterious power which di rected their every move Murder hunt been done wholesale and so quietly nnd mysteriously has the work been accomplished that in nil but this latcase tho detectives have found no clue whatever which might lend to nn explanation of he sudden mid un accountable disappearance of wealth men whoso bodies stripped to tlly Manhattan Chemical company by Murdochs agents were quietly anil systematically node away with In lira chemist laboratory lIe was the lend incarnate ex claimed the physician Well staid Sturgis after n mo went of thoughtful silence at nnv rate lie was not wantonly cruel lie was lieiirtloH he Wits pitiless but his cruelty wax always n menus to ai end however selfish anti illvRitimnc thnt end might be Ills cruelty it that in n measure of every human being destroying life that he ruby liv until trampling upon his follow jnn that he may be comfortable n twccn Murdock and thereat of us flare was a difference of degree certainly but was there a difference of kind There Is one thing winch I cane not vet understand will Thurston alll1tbat Is why Murdoch should have pushed iris audacity to tho point of defying you to ferret out the mystery of this crime when he might perhaps have avoided sit risk of de tection by holding his tongue No man Is erfeot answered Sturgis sententiously not oven nh accomplished villain like Murdoch fortunately for the rest of mankind livery human being has his weak points Murdoch had twoWs van ity sail his love for his daughter They were the only traits which con nected him with the human family To them he owes his undoing TUG KND PrlKlilrnril by n TooiHc Perhaps linens famous line might be made to real A dogs a dog for a that Hut of all dogs thoroughbred or mongrel a shaggy poodle would seem to be about the poorest kind of dog for defense Vets mlssionnry whose experience has been among the savages and cannibals of Africa says tbat bill little poodle Sally was ore of his best protectors says Sotithx Com panlon One of her exploits eahsitrd- in putting to flight a baud of hostile natives The missionary was traveling some distance In advance of ins cara van accompanied only by iris boy serv ant and Sally When he came to the top of a hll largo hotly of Hurungl warriors in full nnrpslnt were sud denly seen racing toward them Call lag Sally to Liar the missionary whis pered In her ear something about gay Ing for them Then was witnessed the scene of n small shaggy dog with very big bark tall In the air charging at a company of armed men It was a great sight says the traveler worth going to Africa for to see those war like men running for their lives with little Sally at their heels barking an If sire knew brave little dog that she was making a big bluff and It all depended on the noise she could make told Itrroruirr to Ills 1torel When n beggar ashcJ a Philadelphia stationer the other tinny for help Nie sayingbegging your earl ensilytell these for live cents apiece Tho beggar gazed At the pencils scornfully Whod give me Jive cents fortlImIIf demanded Wiry nnylwdy said the stationer Go out and try it11ould you asked the beggar Why certainly was the reply A smile of triumph spread over the grimy features of the mendicant Hero you are then he said llmme the ten cents You cant go back on your own word It took the stationer several minutes to recover his breath but ho Jlnallln tered into the denl and hereafter he will adopt other tactic Hartford Times llmv tie llrll II ea snld till politicians wife reading put of the iaper it says you lucid the crowd spellbound Alas he exclaimed rubbing Iris hands at last they acknowledge that I am an orator I knew that should make them recognize my eloquence sooner or- 11ndlhis wife Interrupted theres more to this sentence Jt Kiys Ho hold the crowd spellbound while her read several extracts from u speech that was delivered by Daniel Webster 00 years ago Chicago TimesHer old Unit llveil Tim Illcli This is our last bootleg whim pered the cook ns he served breakfast What cried the arctic explorer poling It is scarcely the middle of August and the heel are season cant possibly open until after election this heart Souse one hUll blundered It was with a heavy heart Indeed tho the explorer called n nussengrr boa and sent word out to the revelling party that they might come and rescue him any time now Detroit Journal Oh lfie Sweet Invrl You move nt kissed me she pout cdfor 15 minutes I know it he said I Lave a very leiibitlrc tootr which Is liable to ache if I do What do you mean tfr Why you are so sweet you know V Y World atlll SUre Coonttrfeltlna The Secret Berrice has unearthed another band of counterfeiters and secured a large Quantity of bogus bdlr which arc 10 clever lb that the nnr8Je Iarson never suspect them of being wouldI Things of value are alway imitation notably Hosteller i Stomach lilt ters which has timtalors but no equals for disorders hko indigestion dye era debility constipation go towel able d age gists who have tho reputation of giving what you ask for Krturnn Does he get any returns from his p tr All he do getPhila ilrlphm Evening Bulletin Promt FAHMFJS Prrs nre fast tn sum light washing and rubbing Kola by all druggists Other people dont amount to much when you as a standard of compari son Chicago Daily News Tisos Cure cannot he too highly spokenof- Is a cough eurfJ W rz Ave X Minneapolis Minn Jan 0 Xo man appreciates poetry unless lio has a little of it in Chicago Daily lcub All the Kentucky belles chew Kiime Gum They like it There is onlone place where gold rusts and that is m the heart Hams Horn Throe great and cures by Net vura Blood and Nerve LULU TEItRF L r B IP1 CORA P n a a 5 n 2 a n seem to the the there h one sure lor via i Dr r n J A Forte who resides near 905 Mnln Street Hartford Conn says My daughter rulu became III with St Vllui dance ever I yergo she became ute other ilicM aril aDo IJr 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Dttt halo oo Uro Ic fip id l r ii ucrffisir L L ck HIS BODY LAID TO REST Burial of the Remains of the Late John Sherman at Mansfield 0 ItRrllt Wllllniu JllrllnlnndDrrrrlitry Knot Wi rt Amour the Iitiiy nUlliiKiiv Vlllora Who A Ihhil tIt Iuiieriil Washington Oct 511I the capital of thu nation where bin lio work has gnthcrcdWcdnct1ny government and tho representative of many foreign powers to pay horn ngo to tho inciiiJy of John Sherman The imiMihe black cnrkut rested on parbrhothousc1I0werllters as a final testimonial of affection and respect Ircnldcnt McKlnley who boil left Washington the IIlght lifter Mr Shermans death was represent ed by Secretary Hay who was one of the honorary pallbearer The services nt tho house were sim JIll They began at p m nod were conducted by Rev Alexander Mac KaySmith pastor of St Johns lphN- copal church audited by Rev Ii SI 1nddock assistant rector The casket wns then lifted by tho P11hearerithe house where n detachment of the 8th cavalry under Col Itafferty won depotrhogroupod about the collln during the wrvmniiy were Secretary Hay See rctury tinge Justice Ilnrlan of the Miprcmo court Adm Oewey Urn NclMin A Miles exSenator Cameron of IViiiiHylvmila Senator llawley of ConiircUcut Judge Ilnncroft DnvU unit J A Kanwin of the state de partment unit Col M M Parker The funeral party loft for Muni field n on n special train over the IVttnsylvnnla railroad at 330 oclock ilnnsflold 0 Oct 28John Sher nan WM laid to rout Thursday after noon with honors that would have biM fit tribute to tie ruler of a na tion Two oooro member of the Shier such brigade organlird in thin re gion chiefly through the Influence ofI Sherman when Uncoln made bin first till for trnoM were in line Com InY M of tho Slit rt x inent O i- U whl him ii like honor A delega tion cOllie from lneAliter 0 tile liirthplactt Thrre were delefrntlonii from eeryiectlost of the llta- te1t Imprctnivr of nil however waa tbr trlliHtr of the people of the i ty A innMire arch of somber black npanntMl Main street At either Klde In gold llRHrtn wore the yrars of 9hrnimn birth and death 1NS31VOO Over the nrch wee the Klmple lnerl tlon The nations bee All tim public bnlhllnjrM and many blocks awl residences were draped In black A multltuilr jHinmod nnd choked the streets to show their rrtlpretll for one wluitn they hnd delighted to wrve In life coil whom they honored In death 1olltlcnl thee were forgotten PoUt lonl Iwunrrs that hail spanned the ktrerta nnd pictured of candidnteq were hidden away When the funeral train reached Canton Thiirwlny morning It greeted by a large crowd The pri vate cars of 1rcKldcnt MeKlnley and Col M T llerrlck of Cleveland were nttnchrV to the train With the prc blunt were Secretary of War Itoot Secretary Cortelyou Judge W K Jay and Judge llnlilwlti- AH the funeral party marched to the carriages tho people llfti l theli hats nnd the client demonstration iis very Impressive Mayor llrown nnd n committee of old neighbor of Sherman nnd cxCongrcmtman KTI received thin party on behalf of the oily In the lend was it carriage con taining Irealrtent MeKlnley Secre tory Hoot Secretary Courtelyou ami Mr Kcrr Then followed other car rhiRCH with dUtingultmed citizens tho Shernmn brigade CompHiiy M ol the SIli regiment And many citliem of Mniifllph- lIour pollcomen bore the cachet from the funeral car Into the ehurih Itev A II riitnam received tho party in the church nnd there was a brlel Vcrvlec Floral emblrniK were Iniinin cnible They were hung on the alter rail and minseil on tho hour Tin morit noteworthy WAil a maminotfc representation of t lie Hock of Ages with a ero M and crown the trlbuti of the city of Mansfield There wni ii wreath from the White House eon Mjrvntory anti nn other from tin Hritiidi embassy The casket wns placed on eatn fiihjuo In front of the altar and there the remalim lay III state for three hours Soon sifter thn funeral party tho delegation iroin 1olumbun head ed by Sov Nuah Senator Koraker ien IUk and Auditor of Stitc lull bert h1csc1l by the casket At the cemetery the servIces were brief consisting of ritualistic read I lugs nnd a chant Mr Shermans re mains were then placed beside those of isle wife who died last Hpring- IVIU Nicoc lIe Srlllrd Sofia Oct llt the opening at the Sobranjo Sunday 1rlncc Verdi mind predicted that the difficulty be tween Hulgarhi and Itoiimiiitln grow ing out of the lattcrs demands for the mipprcHsdon of the Macwlonlan revo lutionary committee would soon by heWed llobliiil n IlrulP HonglCong Oct 91he British steamboat Persevernnce plying be tween HongKong tuul Macao luii lutCI boarded lii pirates nnd robbed of 19000 In bjievle 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Minn In the Inlernnllnnnl Series for Nurnnlirr 4 IIIOO Thr Ihijuol tciirl 1rcpnrrd by H C Jnln ton TUB LH8HOV TBXT luke 1611 And He said unlo Ills disciple Ther was a certain rich man which lied stew ant nod the same was accused unto him that he hud wasted Ills good 2 And he called him and raid unto him How Is U that hear this of thee liVe sn RecOUnt of thy tpwnnlslilp for thou mayest be no longer steward 1 Then the steward said within himself What shall I do for my lord tnkelh away from me the stewardship I cannot dill to beg I am aslmmed I am resolved what to do thnt when I am put out of my stewardship they may receive me Into theIr house t flo he railed every one of his lords debtors unto him end said unto the first How much owcit thou unto my lout 6 And he said An hunlred measures of oil And he said unto him Take thy bill and sit down quickly nod write fifty 7 Then raid he to another And how much owest thou And lie said An hun dred measures of wheat And ho said unto him Take thy bill and write fourscore L And the lord commended the unjust steward because he lied done wisely for the children of this world are In their generation wiser than th children of light And I ray unto you Make to yourselves friends of themammon of unrlKhteousness that when ye fall they may receive you Into everlasting habitations 10 lie that Is faithful In that which ts least Is faithful also In much and he that Is unjust In tim least Is unjust also In much II If therefore ye have not been fullhful In the unrighteous mammon who will corn mit to your trust the true riches If And If ye have not been faithful In that which Is another mans who shall give you that which Is your own No servant ran serve two musters for either he will lisle the one and love the Jther or else he will hold to the one and despise the other Ye cannot urnODd and mammon UOIIII iTiT Yccunnol nerve God Bud in nm in ii iluke liltlil NOTES AND COMM ICTH The lesson plan comes under three hicadaSThe Circumstances The 1srable- L Jesus IxtMons and Applications Tho Circumstance The little word Nahsosi In verse gives us tile key here Implying as It does that it belongs to the same group as the parable we lime just been studying Jesus was con tinuing his after dinner talk at the house of tile pharisee He had spoken both to the pharlsees present and aha to the publicans Now in the presence of these He turns to Ills disciples The 1aruble The parablu story Is a familiar one Hut certain questions arise regarding what classes of people the characters represent In the first place Mho was the rich man In figuring out the application of most par ables we may assume that the chief character In the story represents God as In the parable of the good shepherd ami of tIm prodigal Ion We will prob ably go amiss If we make such an as sumption in this case We know that Jesus while speaking to Ills disciples bin a company of publicans and pharl sees The publkans In ft sense were steward Their master was the governor of the province or more remote ly the Korean emperor Looking at It from tills stnmtyolnt we do not need to make every act of any one of the characters coincide with our own views of right and wrong Another thing to take Into consider atlon Is the act of the steward Just In what did that consist Did he dishon estly discount his masters bilk Or was It that he had been extorting from his masters debtors more then had been due And keeping the balance for hlmielf Hither theory Is plausible as far as the text Is concerned only the latter make the commendation of the action more consistent and we will not have to account for a seeming praising of a bad action However this Interpretation will not have to be accepted ns a study of the worth of the rich man will show not a com mendation of the manner In which tIm steward Ingratiated himself as of the fact that he did manage to gain for himself friends among lila debtors Jesus Lessons and Applications 1 Make friends of the mammon of un righteousness or better according to the revised version by means of the mammon of unrighteousness In other words It Is right to so IIFC money as to gain the gratitude of others less fortunate That Is laying up treasure In called the mammon of tin rlgbteounesS became often wrongfully acquired and also because It is always a source of great temptation 2 The steward hind been dls charged because of wasting or misusing what was intrusted to him ile had probably lIen unfaithful In little things to begin until he had become reckless with the larger In terests Intrusted to his care See verse 10 3 Unfaithfulness In the things pertaining solely to this life renders one unfit for those riches of the heart which nre the more real because they do not consist of that which can bo lout or destroyed 4 One cannot be faithful to him self who Is unfaithful to others 5 Mammon money Is to be a servant not n master You cannot live for money and be faithful to God Serve God and use the things He puts Into your hand In Ills service Money Is a good servant hut It Is a cruel exacting destructive force if allowed to be more Crnpn from Cnnnnii It Is vain boasting of your sap un less you produce tIm fruit lie who groans most In prayer frequently loans the Lord least In char ity Tapering oft a bal habit Is limit spinning out II rope to hold you till the next siege of the temptation When n nun makes a religion he tries to make one thnt will let him stay mean nnd still respect himself It Is remarkable how many different kinds of Itch the devil can catch hen he baits hU book with money Hun Horn NOTE FROM FRANCE Accepted by Foreign Envoys au the Basis of Discussion ItiiNiilii III Her Avlciioivlcilutnent of HIP Anitlitdcrmnii Agreement Uurrnvrvtillr AccePts the First Two ClniiMm 1arln Oct 30The Jlnvus ugcncjr here received the following from Pe king The foreign envoys have held fur ther meetings and the French noto line been accepted In principle us tIm basis of discussion II Hung Chasing lias informed tim legations of the poisoning of Yu listen The Austrian minister has arrived A company of Frenuh troops Kent for a days march west of Peking to rid n district that was rct rtod to be Infuetcd with lloxers killed eight rebels took one prisoner and cap tured a It ralile lie The international column now re turning from Pdo Ting In purg ing time villages enrotitc The nrmed population Is being punished and oil arms are- 1flfldflhi destroyed Oct 30Jimiscin says tIm HI Petersburg correspondent of the Times in acknowledging tho AngloGerman agreement unreserv edly accepts the first two clauscx us establishing the principles slie her self had trendy advocated Concern Ing clause 3 she Mmply refers the two contracting parties to t lie ItiisHlnn circular of August US staying that she would modify her attitude according to circumstances The fourth clause Is vwy curtly iilsiiilseuil with the re mark that It docs not call for com iiiCll t London Oft I01h Chlnrso plenipotentiaries opened negotia tions Mild tho Shanghai correspond ent of time Daily lxpress by prom isliiff that China should pay nn indem nity of J 40000000 sterling In 00 III stallments agreeing that the Likln and the customs service nhould bo un der foreign control until the obliga tion should bo discharged They nliio agicod that Prince Ill an should be Imprisoned for lifo that TlinlVIn should be treated ns an In ternational district and that other plllctC should be opened to foreign trade China undorlakesi to abstain from purchasing war material abroad In nrder to raise the Indemnity she pro poses to double tho import duties London Out 9Dr Morrison wIt Ing to the Times front Poking under date of October 20 snys Tho for eign ministers in conference today decided to add the names of Princu Yi nnd Ying Men to those of the sev en olllclnls whose execution Franco line demanded It is said that time rominander of the allied troops nt Pao Ting Fu has arrested the provincial tronaurir who was chiolly renpomtiblc for the ill treatment of thu rescued missiona ries The St Poteraliurg correspondent of the Dally Express claims to have authority for tile statement that when pence Is run to red Itussia will hand back to its owners tho railway from Tong Fu to Nlu Chwung- llerlln Oct UIhe Herllncr Post publishes Sunday un Inspired article devoted to showing that tho Anglo German agreement will in no way In terfere with ItiiHslns Interests in Man churia flf Kngland timid not arrived at nn agreement with Gerimuuiysilys tIme Post she would have been compelled to do so with KiiMsIu This would have been n serious blow to German trade Germany in her capacity of an holiest broker tins served Itusslun Interests Vienna Oct 2UThc semiolllclal Politlscho correspondent asserts that Franco anti Kussia utter discussion lint decided to accept the Anglo Gorman agreement TliniikiulvltiM Iroch inn hut Washington Oct 30 President McKinley Monday issued a Thanks giving proclamation He appoints Thursday November SO to be observ ed by nil the people of tilt United States nt home or rbroad as a day of thanksgiving and praises to Him who holds the nations in tho hollow of Ills hand Srcoiiit IHtirre Murilcr XewYork Oct 10Uhmiiy of mur tier in the second degree was tho ver diet brought In Monday night by the jury before which Arthur Harris time Negro has been on trial for killing Patrolman Hubert J Thorpe It woe Harris unprovoked crime that III cited the wholesale race slots on the west side a couple of monthx ago MiniKril lly an Unrtluiiinki Guadalajara Mox Oct 30 Severe earthquakes have been felt in the Collmu district and on the Pacific slope during the lust several slays The Collma volcano is showing evi dences of renewed nitieityi great column of Miioku is pouring from its crater Cliintllliin of the Trnmtiry Washington Oct 30 Mondays statement of the treasury balances In tho gcnoml fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve in the divi sion of redemption tdiows Availa ble each balansf 130583815 silver 0371000 thus Chlnrtx tnenllnii SPltlril London Oct ioit is reported here says the St Petorsburg coin spondent of tie Daily Kxpress that Kniperor Nicholas will propdlii other confurcnce with n view of bet tllng the fhLuec question UOTTI This i We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fir any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured b Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F JCheney for the lint 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all uiness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West 0- Wilding Truax VI Loleeale Druggists Toledo Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists 0- haIls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bot tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials freelIalla Family Pills are the best Ton Much for Him Doctor What Your dypepia no bet drinkhotlatient tried to doctor hut I was unI able to keep it for more than five minIJtcs at a stretehChicago Daily News llecnmiiicndeil li n Doctor hlahacylIjoyourLotionor little yellow boils on my face and it teems to uo more good than anything else- can get I have toln dollars with Doctors but have not succeeded in getting i permanent cure end er few have done me any goat Your Ixttinn was recommend ed 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The nnnliliijr Htplcirer mynewbookPublisherNo Call it A naw for the Lecture Platform Ualtimore American Tic 111 Irrorliitlcil fur Clilllx and Iever Ic a lwutle r Cr fsiriim Imiloxif H n iiinh iron ninl iiiiiiint in nlaathes tonal N mi pay liKcVx An Atchison man bee been refuting for yeses to let any lit I tuiuilure time was not worn out Ills wife bllllllCI coaxin and invited hia thru rpend the summer The new furniture had to be bought the day tbeleftlchison Qiobe To Cure R CnMI One fln7 Take dsative Hromo Qunlno Tnblcts AU dnigcisUii ofund money Hit tails to cure 25c It II said that an ordinary hrickweigh shout four poumN the man who gets hit with one Ibout four tons Nornttcwn n heraldI Tike Oil Upon Troubled Honey of llorchnuml and Tar upon a cold Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute An iceman wee the only person who pos pcsrdiutfli lent coolness to meet and dis patch a mad doj on a Pittsburgh street other thy theI Vtitn Ink iljuIt as cheap an poor ink and is the heft ink made Always ue Carters To Mothers of Largo Families In this workaday world few women arc BO placed that physical exertion Is not constantly demanded of them in their dully life Mrs Pinlcliam makes special appeal to mothers of large whoso work is never done and manyof whom suffer and suffer for Intelligent aid To women or old rich or poor Mrs PinUham of Lynn Mass extends her Invitation of frco advice Oil women Ithu not let your lives bo Bucrlfued when a wOrst front Mrs Pinkhara at tho first approach of Una CAIQUE liELLCTntr weakness may flU your future years with healthy joy 0 When I bcrjan to tako Lyala E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I was not able to do my housework Buf fered terribly at Units of menstruation Several doctors told me they could do nothing for me Thanks to Mrs IlnlcI hams advice nnd medicine I am notv well and can do the work for eight In the family I would recommend Lydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound to nil mothers with largo families MRS XuuuK BULLEVILLK Ludington Mich HO I FOR OKLAHOMA IICOTUX UnJI o ltl butertlot 11 CIMCKdooteillo m mMipQ juKvit Ibttn l4UIi ins ftr D Alnrlt N AilbKnbfrt tecie rro liltllrtttj hook en 3klknrnk Wwra1141 5uSidlrrtUUiJ-with ont iitlou c Ii75 4i us tuck l iuiwj ttcsi o A Noted Knight TmIar Owes His Iealtll to Peruna KnightTemplarStates west of Buffalo N Jewelers Auctioneer In the eit ofChit cago as a prominent lodge man being a member of K Ts and also of the Mason The cut shows Colonel Moody in the costume of the Oriental Consistory Masons 32nd degree In a recent letter from 5900 Michigan av followingu For over twcntyflvo years I suffered from catarrh and for over tea years I Ktiflured from catarrh of the htonuich terribly I have taken nil kinds ofinetll elites nnd Imvo been treated by all kinds of doctors as thousands of my acquaintances are aware In different parts of the United States where I have traveled but my relief was only temporary until iv little over n yeas ago I started to take Ieruna and at the present tIme Iam better than I have becii fur twenty years u The soreness hasleft my stom ach entirely and I am free from indigestion and dyspepsia and will say to alt who arc troubled with catarrh or stomach trouble 01 any kind dont put it off and suffer but begin to take Icrunn right away and keep it up until you are cured as you surely will bo if you persevere My wife as in the southwest can fa was troubledwith a bad coughand bronchial trouble and doctors over the country gave her up to die as they could takiDgIIhas almost left her entirely The soreness hiss left her lungs and she in ns well as she ever was in her Me with thanks as she says to Peruna Yours very truly P Moody Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly be coming a general curse An undoubted remedy has hern discovered by Dr Hartman This remcily Iras been thoroughly tested during the put forty years Prominent men have come to of its virtues and are making public utterances on the subject To peopleTofrom disease The disease that it at once the most prevalent and stubborn of cure is tarrh If one were to make a flat of the different names that have been to catarrh different locations andorjan the result publishedsurprise caused by the first publication of it noni 3 5 m p m 0 P A t of GO VI 00 COI rot Question of Is package of is to of it in ing to is an icrt lire irco All tell it ColoimelT Catarrh P Iodfror Chicago br Tenma bar enumerated all of the which are as catarrh It b patthailistpalm If the to see thlsliit together a exposition of Address 011M Satisfaction = unusual with FiveCent cigar smokers but it has been the every = 4 day experience of hundreds of thou 9 sands of men who have smoked Old Virginia Cheroots H during the last thirty years because J they just goodnowin fact better than when they were first made Three hundred million Virginia Cheroots smoked this lEI Ask your own dealer Price cents e I Two Trains aDay toTexas Is The Cotton Belt Route Memphis offers you daily trains to Texas One leaves at 920 a other at 830 The trains all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make connection Iwltboutf C r iPAlIrmpl Ttu I J TfJU JuWlleTeii TfX 11UIT I PI ClKltiill P ACtlll11L IfW LaDEAUflin T St Louis Mo CbUmlmI PILEsnrWlIlIam4lndlanrIl8 ar mall on receipt rrlre mm anil WILLIAMS aCLEVKUNpqilI- DIlic Demcrt easily nnd simply solved with a UurnhamM Hasty Jclftcon It pnlr necessary dissolve package and set TIme result a delightfully jelly and ideal duo The orange lemon straw berry wild cherry and the rofrberryJlealt making and Ice jclUet grocers Tep Snap Cuiuplrlci UauUli GUI1FISHTACKLEtrmb t014 SS99 tfpM rzSlt Ilad Years anti Was Cured never disease classed reader desires with short each Ohio Ism are as Old e year for via two the from this and water away pure flavors vine must iCHICAGOTD OMAHA I DoubleDaily Service KewllnerURockv ford Dubuque Dodge alia Cows cllBluHs Beget 1lbrary smoking ears sleeping cars free reclining chair dining cars to the undersigned for a fred copy of Pictures and Notes EnRoute llluitrat Inc this new line as seen from the car window Tickets ot gents of I O K and connectIng tines hANSON 01 A Ch1ca- coIA N K B 1837 WHEN VHITIXO TO ADTERTUKXJ pleas e atmte that you auw tk Advtrtls eat U tAle yoyer rI1 THE CITIZEN IICItKA KKNTUOKY NOVEMBER 1 moo The Debating Society Suggestions for a Second Meeting Call to order by the temporary chairman song My country Tin of Thee etc Ckcnex column of 1IRcconl of lost meeting read by the tcmpornr secretary Correction may be oflereil by any member and In caw there in a llsaKrecment upon any point It may now be decided by vote If there are no further corrections the minutes or record stand approved The temporary chairman will appoint tome per son to give at the next meeting a careful review of the exercises presented at the meeting The Reviewer should take the written exercises and examine them ax to penmanship polling paragraphing and punctlatlon and then rontldcr the still more Important matten of truthfulness style force power to awaken Interest etc The Reviewer will also criticise the debates and the ularlty of all the proceedings of the meeting The chairman will Appoint some person to give a reading or declamation and one to give an es say upon r Public Bulldlugi of tin United States See pictures In tho Young Citizen or II What the young folks can do for their district See Chap II In the Young Citizen Also two to affirm and two to deny one of the following I KtfolreJ that the present law requiring a unanimous vote of a jury to convict one accus ed of crime beat for the public welfare- II Rdotrtd that no marriage should be per mltted unless the parties hero property to the value of three hundred dollars Retort of committee on Constitution and Ity Laws This report should be read through and then taken up one article at a time Each article Is open for amendment and each amendment maybe discussed and must then be adopted or reject ed by vote Then the article Itself must be voted onWhen the Constitution and ByLaws are adopted It Is recommended that the election of officers be deferred one week so ns to give time at this HXond meeting for the appointed rxooKAM Reading or declamation Essay Debate Professor Raymond has been visit dug souse of his many friends in Leo and Wolf Counties and is now meet ing with a cordial reception in ogofI fin county where ho conducts a Peo pies Institute and expects to organize a largo Citizens Union Berea For The MountainsIA good deal has been said in conI unction with the Goebel trials about the lawlessness cf tho mountain counties But Mr Yerlces has defended them in flue stylI and every mountain family line reason to be grateful for the way in which ho add a fewI others have stood up for them The feet is that the mountain poo plo hue been misunderstood for long time Tho newspapers make a point of telling the story of every fight and lulling but they do not tellI of the teachers institutes and Sun day schools and temperance rotes and tho splendid war record of tho nionutnins Nor do they explain tho great difficulties that tho mountain peoplo havo to contend with because of tho lack of good roads If the people of Lexington should all be transported to Letcher county in ton years they would be living about ns the peoplo there are living now There is where the groat work of Berea College comes in Berea has taken account not only of tho mountains of Kentucky but of the whole mountain region The people of Letcher county would not be so far out of tho world if they were not hemmed in by the mountains of Vir ginia and Tennessee and North Caro linn Tho mountain region covers parts of nine states In all these nine states President Frost claims that tho peoplo of tho Kentucky mountains are the best and if ho can help them get a start they will help all the othersNow Berea is offering to the young peoplo of the mountains the best edit culion Borea hiss searched the coun try over to find the best teachers and is providing moro thoroughly for its students than any other school And in particular it is tulapllng its work to this regionteaching woodwork housework farming nursing and other things that will help every lam ilyAnd more than this Beren has mado friends for tho mountain peoplo by telling of their good traits and remov the mistakes peoplo had made from reading tho newspapers Helen Gould perhaps tho first lady in America made a journey from her New York homo on purposo to visit Berea College It is a great thing that Berea has done in enlisting such friends as that- Theodoro Roosevelt is another good friend of tho mountains In n speech for Borea College in Trinity Church Boston ho said- Presidont Frost has made us un derstand the mountain people better All ho has said has made us think more of them Berea Collego is holp onr friends and followcouutrymoii in tho mountain region in tho most prac tical way and I am glad to do my share to help it on IAMERICA 6s 4s 8 linos IL CAKFY America My country t Is of thee Sweet laud of liberty Of thee I slug lend where my fathers diet land of the pilgrims pride From every mountain side Let freedom ring 2 My native country thee Land of the noble tree Thy name I love I love thy rocks and rills Thy wools anti templed hills My heart with rapture thrills Like that above Correspondence Young men who apply to Mr J C Teeters for work wages to be used for schooling can now find employ ment Several aro working and saying up for Winter term Come along quickGarrard County Pniiit Lick Aunt Nancy Best aged 83 died tho 21st Mrs Burke filled Rev J R Howes appointment hero on the third Sunday Brother Howo was detained because of the sickness of his wife Nearly nil of our citizens went to Richmond to hear Yorkes The protracted services at Fair- View closed on the 21st there were ten additions to the Church Rev Shepherd has accepted call to the pastorate of tho Baptist Church at ML Tab- orBourbon County Millersburg Quito n numberIfrom Caueridge attended the Mr Slaughter His anti mother havo our sympathy Eddio Baker after a protracted illness died consumption Funeral at Methodist Church Friends as well as members all seemed glad to have tho Rev Hear Ion returned as pastor Miss Iva Doe Williams of Carlisle is visiting tho Misses Lewis Mrs J Breckonridge of Jacks town nnd Mrs Robert Brown of Carlisle attended services at the Christian Church and were guests of Mrs Dan Brown Miss Hattio Mayberry is quite sick Mrs Lizzie Johnson of Mnyslick is visiting her sister Mrs Marshall Roso this week Mrs White of Maysvillo is visiting her sister Mrs Rhhard Bush this week Clay County Ogle William SwatTord has a now supply of goods Two of Wm Swaffords children ore very low with flux Born to William Jourdan and wife a fine girl baby T F Clark moved into the houso with Ed Frederick last week Miss Sudie Smith visited friends on Goose Creel Saturday and Sunday Ed Frederickand wife attended Church at Mud Lick Saturday and Sunday M H Frederick visited relatives on Gooso Creek Saturday and Sundai Mr T F Clark and Miss Ella Frederick were married Oct 1 It is reported that Mr Thomas Woods and Miss Nellie Smallwood are to be married soon Ed Frederick and William Swaf ford will ongagoin the stave business Jackson County Kerby Knob Joseph Hays has returned from Winchester Miss Lottie Parks was tho guest of Miss Agnes Rucker last Saturday There were preaching services at the Oak Grovo church Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev Jas Lunsford The Civil Liberty Club which was organized sometime ago has nn enrollment of 85 members Tho Club was addressed Thursday night Oct 25 by Jackson Morris the mountain orator Walter G arratt is very low with consumption P Clay Bawldin spoko to a largo crowd at Sinking Valley school house Saturday ught Oct 20 on Civil LibertyMiss Norn Click attended preaching services at Clover Bottom Sun day 3 Ixl music swell the breese- tnd ring from all the trees Sweet freedom song Let mortal tongues awake Let all that breathe partake let rocks thrlr silence break The sound prolong Our fathers God to thee Author of liberty To thee we sing Long may our laud be bright With freedoms holy light Protect us by thy might Orcat 0 ml our sing SAMITI FRANCRI Clover Bottom Rain is very badly needed now Hiram Deans baby is better Walter Garrett has hind a hemor rhage of tho lungs Levi Kimberliu is very ill Dr Robinson clinic to see him Thursday Miss Ohio Hatfield is with friends in Berea R W Ewell of London will ad dress the citizens of Jackson county at Kerby Knob Friday Nov 2nd at 8 p in Later Mr Kwell will speak at other points near Item Rev Win Anderson candidate for county assessor is in our neghbor hoodEdward Anderson of Tyner went to Burea Friday on business The church at Oak Grove Christian Reformed will bo dedicated tho third Sunday in November Mr Morris will work next week in Laurel county Several of our mow will attend tho railnt Beren Thursday C P Moore who is teaching at this place wont to oleo his family Friday Miss Mary Parks is visiting at Mr J Burdottos Hurrah for McKinley Yorkos and the CITIZEN Aunt Jane Durham is ox pooled next Friday from a two weeks visit with liar children in Ohio Misses Mary Cox and Eva Fowlor of Drip Rock visited friends lit Kirby Knob Saturday Owsley County Oablmril Jack Frost paid us a visit last week haulingIlumher James Whitnker of Wolf Creek is getting ready to move to Perry county A great part of tho corn that has been gathered is said to bo damaged by decay Goo Ahshiro has been hauling ties from H C Gabbards for Abigo Marshall of Wolf Creek The Roberts Bros have been haul ing ties for John Mason The sweet potato crop in this vicin ity was never totter than that of tho present year John L Gabbard hud tho largest sugarcane crop in this community Ho mado 101 gallons of molasses Tho Sundayschool this placo is not doing as good work now as it did ntfirst owing to tho lack of interest by parents and citizens Uncle Colson Duff of this place ago 80 years was granted a pension of X250 for las son that was lost in tho cniIwar Tho schools of this county aro not so successful as they might be There is not enough interest manifested by the patrons and trustees Mr and Mrs C B Moore and Sis ter Dora and Meridnth Gubbard of this placo attended tho Association held on Meadow Creek last Saturday Thoy report a nico time Alex Duff und wifo of Perry coun ty visited Wm Dull and family last weekThere at thewas a shooting match mouth of Snako Brunch on Saturday MuttonAllen of Boouovillo spoke at tho Grassy Branch school house in tho interest of the Republican Party ThompH York of Boonuvillo was hero lust week und purchased a lino she p from C IL Gabburd The election is near at hand uud now is the time to look and think be fore you vote Be sure and vote for Civil Liberty and prosperity WANTEOACTIVK MAN OF GOOD CIIAIt Kentucky for oldInacler to deliver au established manufacturing wholeealo house i Honrwty more than oz rlencopay retired te1faddre Our refcrcnco OetI any envelope Mahn ficturers Third Floor Dearborn St THE HOME Kdltcd pro tem by the Manager Learning that quito a number oh our bright mountain girls expect to attentIschoollit Boron this winter tho Editor of tho Homo Column asked the Principal of tho Ladies Department of Boron College to write a letter especially for thoso who aro preparing to como Tho letter will bo of interest and will benefit you Rend it carefully DEAB GlnusI nm very glad that Mr Dodwoll has asked mo tc south you a worth of greeting through the CITIZEN I remember so well the titan whon I was n young girl and trotting ready to go away from home for tho first time And I want to write to you such advice about pray tical matters as I should thou have been glad to have had written to mo I remember how carefully my moth er mid I planned about my clnthing smith betiding and how tho supplies of food and firowood should be sent to jute As wo had our homo on a farm tho very best way to provide for my loam seemed to ho for mo to hoard myself ou supplies sent from home And I am quito sure that titers are many girls in our mountains now who would better do this way Sich girls will need to write to engage rooms for Borea is going to bo full this win terIf do you not wish to keep houso for yourselves tho host place for you is nt Ladies Hall where most of the girls who are nwnv from homo live 111I1Yocumhero also Many of the girls help about parts of the house work Ouo of tho girls is cleuninqIll own rooms for me while am to ou this Saturday morning Other girls nroI doing their own washing in the dry or cleaning their own rooms or IIftllnlnowOrB clear the tables and wash the ilinhes TIIl all like to do this work They have pleasant times in tho dining room too when the teachers and the ounJmII and the young women hutve tn 18 together awl the tRill at table is helpful and instruct ive Then there tare good books to rondollItt often in recreation hours the girls have some one play tho piano to a imise them mid also IIM fame which they enjoy Sotnettnwn have socials when tho young weI pie como in for mi hour and gut iudiitod with ouch other- I am nuxioiiB to see you nil and vant you to do all thus good you can when you mule When you first wine eventhing will seem stnuigo und you want to sew your folks nt lomo more thou you ever did boforo ill your life Butyoi will soon got ac jiiuinted amid win begin to like your school mutates and your twichern and 10 after a short time you will want to stay in Rerun a gnat dual wore than you wanted to go homo Whon you plan your clothes uiro to hue everything plain anti iorvieeublo If you have rullliw thoy will catch tho dust lace will got torn mil soiled nnd feathers will lose their curl dud you will wish you had plain dresses and plain hats Whoa it rains schoolwill go on just tho sumac so you should have an outside garment which will not bo spoiled if it gets vet and an umbrella n pair of rubbers You will need sufficient plain underclothing to bo tibia to loop clean and neat always You need also to bring plenty of towels three shoots two pillow slips nnd a pillow and blankets or other bet covens enough for warmth and a neat outside bed cover Each girl should bring as much bedding as I hnvo mentioned for it is no moro than sho will need If Oll want to come to Ladies Mall you should write to engage a room amid to ask for work if- you want to have it I think it is moro necessary this year that ever before to speak for rooms anti work In advance I have been writing you about getting ready to como because I am sure you will bo glad to know that you will need to provide for clothing and Hxldiug Now I ward to toll you that there lire thinffrlutlr and waiting for you is n hearty welcome for we shall bo glad to see you Wo want to help you to ho happy und useful not only while you aro hero but all your lives I wish I could toll you what warn hearts our teachers have for thoir pupils and how much they want thorn to learn well in school They will work very hard for rod thoy will do it bo helllOUwant our help too and if you aro cheerful and dilligent you will be helping your teachers ns much as they help you I shall want to get just as well acquainted with you as I can I wart you all to como to sue mo as often as you can and I shall como to seo you hut whon you see how will different things I have to do you ace that I cannot call on each stu dent very often I want you to know that I am never too busy to seo you when you nee sick or lonesome or discouraged or feel a real need for Homo ono to toll your troubles to 1 should bo very glad to havo a letter front each of you who want to como to Boron and I promiso you that I will answer if you write to mo Your sincere friend- Josephine A Robinson THE SCHOOL Kdltol by J W Dliiunorv scan of the Normal Department Ilcrra College Will Your Children bo Ahead Next Spring Wo are aiming just now at fath ers and mothers What are you planning for your son and daughtei this coming winter Tho farm work is about done anti the long winter months mire coming Do you know that many of you neighbors children are going to Be rOil to school Why should you be left behind When Spring counts the young people who hmo been in school will bo greatly improved They will know more and appear better und will have better things to think about than over before They will bo full of plans for gutting on in tho world But tho boys nud girls who do nothing all winter will be worso ill the spring Their minds will bo like neglected gardens and in many cases bad habits liko weeds and thistles will ho in full possession Donot say that education will not help then nay They will learn how hUllij1Ilstock and tho handling of tools And better tutu that they will bo trained to bo temperate self jKwsessed steady industrious honest truthful citizens Anti do not say you cannot afford to stud them Heron College conies half way nnd helps you You pay the College only S3CO or ft CO a term us nn ineidentnl few to help keep up tho buildings pay jnuitorsI and so on tutu tho College instruction that frosts on an average IOllIr And in addition to this incidental fee you must provide for your child to lice in Beroa Bond and room nail fuel and oil mid wash ing for ono who hUll in College build hugs costs about S700 a month We know out boy who rides seven mi loe into Boron orery morning and ridws back every night We know two girls who walk in three nudes Wo know a mol her who brought provision from her hotno seventy miles tawny for her girls who were boarding thotneelTw nt school Wluil Other Hnvo pone You CUll lo- If you do not secure education for your ehildrun thny will certainly fall lohiud Time cbnure to tMlucnto your chill three at hence is one of tho grmluel hloMStngH God line given you You eitnnottorlras gin theta a forluno education is MWIO gOtllmineRor our l wo liuvo ono of tho Insst schools in the world hero nud this is a good climate for raising mOil and women Winter Term begins December 12th Necessary KxponsKH for 1L Weeks School IMWtM who boast ItMnMrM 0w epee M much or Utile Ow y rboow on iiflagxpaw Itrfit hUt a little extra tot her turn botks awl other thing Hat tile ne cw iry cxprnct ore only M fi4l mi To pay tho Ant obey IIIltT liP UkMM run lULL School rineWcnlnl Ftc f I M It M Ex ilipitch For x to lenses llhookseteabout Ss tW- Keylx l o lt W ltnnm t iTivUl lectc JW 3 Fuel mill Oil 3 M 3 Kent of laundry Fiat Monthi lIar i 00 00 jirlllrKlniiliiR 11 yin tram M 6 00 ItrxInnliiK llo hound 6 00 5 00 2S78 Key Deposit rclnninl t 00 Iln Total Klirnc lit WI 37 70 97 70 For thaw txlnw A Unimmar ilnluet the ft for books andtl from incidental ftC making the total only H75 When four girl tam together earl save tl on room nml tl or more on fuel nuking the total only 11176 The Irhut n big mil n llltle tan bark r a JhIIr THE FARM Edited by 8 C rrofmwr ol North culture litre College A Potato Account nud Some History Plot Dof the College faro lauds comprises 11 acres between the Rich aloud Piko and time faro hunt It lies tho yellow clay soil which in charac teristic of tho Beren ridge but much improved in color and texture by tho cnltiiru and treatment it hits hail dur lug the punt few years and it lies near enough to time break of tho hill to bo better drained than thin most of tho ridge laud AH tho history of this pieco of ground brings out seventh important points I will give itII 1807 when I came hero this ground WitH in red clover but pretty well run out and in tho following spring it was plowed up and sown to oats making n flue crop which though fed from tho sheaf would have yielded at least CO bushels to tho aero This shows what twoyears of clover oluntcercloergrazing for calves anti in the fall of 1893 tho land was sown to rye which afforded somo fall and a good deal of spring pasture for n lOll mild several calves with an occasional bite for milk cows In Juno 1899 what remained of the rye was plowed under and n bushel and n pock of cow xns sown to tho micro By September these wore a rank growth knew high and well loaded JlOgsIgreat relish making cropLastull preparwl nnd plantml lo poIIlIOlll A close account was kept of nil expenses and of the product eau skits which may Iw of inlenist to our rondure It shows as follows Demurs Plowing and preparing hand SJ100 101limitingParis grutHi for hugs XO Digging erop 1110- cM M b171t SJIHOlOA2tl small mud oulkt EM 17QJ bushed bringing 7001- Bftlnnco above oust of production JIOO This girth a yluld of 121j iHMhola lo tho none and an ineomo of SMf7 to tho aero for rout of ground and pro llta This yield is nothing to xmtd of for a otnto country and is given ndIofland This crop however at local prlwH gives a very nice profit cud uonuyheto sulk Another point to ho taken In to account is the improved tuxtnro of tho soil under this treatment Tho vegetable mutter that has added to it has given it a much darker color nud it is found to retain Moisture bet her and is much moro friable nnd workable thou it wits Wo have ngiiln sown it to rye planning to graze it in tho spring as into as is profitable then to plow the ryo under and plant corn To Whom it may Concern This li to certify that we havo investigated Messrs Chas L Pet histt Co Buyers of country pro duce 101 Dimno Street New York and find them to Iw worthy- of nil credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that thoy might niche nod cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce na n sound financial hullo to sell to Yours truly DANIELS tC COMPANY Hankers 0 Wnll St t 90 Broadway Sept 28 HKX Now York D2HH BEREA COLLEGE Founded less IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over Ii5 Teuoliors 700 Students from UO States lJcit College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trntlo SchnolH Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Heliools General Education nnd fitting for advanced courses lor those sujjlclcntly ittlvunceil to yet a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Gourxo Two years with practico teaching Academy CourseFour years flitting for College for business and College CourseLiterary Philosophical Classicalor life lUIllcHcltl Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help mill who will help themselves toward a Chri stian edu cation Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay n small incidental feo to meet expenses of time school apart trout instruction mid must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2100 about well to bo paid ki advance The school is endorsed by Baptists CongregationalistHDiscipluH MoHiod ists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominations For information nnd friendly ndvico address tho VicoProsidont Gi0 T FAIltOllILD L L D Borca Madison Co Ky