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Rev JOHN DO DWELL Manager nlth Mlnng MtaR ur Ldller end Crrupnudrntsr- Werrd nt Ile rhulnfre Irma Ay IU srroad dnM aIIIUtr THE CITIZENAn IVOL 11 A Family Taper BRREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 HJOOFirty conks year NO 27lY f I n IDEAS Homo moil would ruthur bo right tliau proNidoiit hilt iiiiiwy othorn net IT iniiktt any particular offurt to be either li iituton ill what mini nut wont en think of character in what Owl known of Tito way to jjuin o good nipulutton IB to iMidimror to bo what you desire to appear ScxsnitoH I Swoop before your own door Poverty end Miami nlwll bo to him that rttfiifloth iiiMlructiotiSolomon TAKE NOTICE IUv 0 Roxford Raymond will preach in thin Hurwi Church Sunday morning Miss Aniin Griffiths u noted soprano of Oicimmti 0 nsniHtisI by tho Harmonin Souiuty cud the O Ito Clubn will give n Concert on Chrintmas Event lire Chapel DOXT lugs IT AdmicMion AdultM Ifict Children M- Swiul notioM If thin Citizmi fomtM to you and you are not n regu her MibnerilHir do not hesitnto to ro ivivo it A friend hits paid for your paper You incur no rink whatever Road the urticlo MutliodH of Mar mull MiftHlotmrivri also tho story John Hront FROM THE WIDE WORLD t Ienco iipgutlntioiiH in China hero stopped by drain Hritaina de manding a modification of the joint nolo Higncd by Ill thin other POOCH Tin Boxers aro close upon Iekin anti tho wholo country in in n state of in buffering from a moneta ry htringoncy und a partial Htoppago of liiiNinoHM owing to that nxportntion of silver dollar TIll liritirtli hint met with serous low in South Africa this week Tho Dutch govuriiment has reftiHod to make any effort for arbitration lo twmi IIHlautlllllll tho TrniiHraal IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Phillippino cotiunitttion is working ultOn thin tariff hill ThoSotinto IIHH hen devoting the entire wok to thin IluyIiiuucefoto treaty it will bo voted on today Tho Imluiic of tmdo in favor of the United States for IKX will bo clout jrir000000Tho CoiiitnlMiion hni imtabllHhixl police force in tho towns on tho InliimlH S COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho COHJ of las Howard convictod of the murder of Win Goebel was called in tho appellato court lust weeknut was continued lo the Janu ary term Briefs wero Ijled in tho cane of Caleb Powers and an early decision is oxpectwl Tho Annual Meeting of The Ken tucky Educational Association will behold in Louisville Dec2J2S 1JCX Mr John W Yerkes linn been op ointeil Commissioner of Internal Revenue to swcetd Oeorgo W Wil Mon dtxeasel Represcntativo Boreings bill tocro ato another judicial district in Ken tucky has bcon passed by the house Oen D It Collier is considered Iho most likely man to ho appointed ns collector of internal revenue for tko eighth district of Kentucky It is reported that tho lawyers who represented Win Ooobol in Isis con tout beforo thus legislature and tho doctors who attended him on his deaths bed threaten suit against tho ostato of tho dead leader to recover fees duo them for services rendered Thero is an epidemic of highway robbery in Louisville From ton ton dozen complaints art daily mild at j olco headquarters Snyder Wiseman tied Malcolm Daniels hu lan altercation at Irvine Estill county last Saturday Daniels who is tho son of the sheriff of Estill county was shot in ilea shoulder nut abdomen According Rov O W Young of Louisville there aro only four places whore liquor is sold oponly und legal ly in the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky which is composed of twentyono big qouuties In tho Ninth Tenth and Eleventh Congressional districts rr I J n Locals and Personals Murk Spick is confined to his bet with fovor J II Gablmrd left on Monday for Tampa Florida Robert Truett Inn rustled n house on Center Street Miss Mary Scott loft last Friday for her homo Mnrysvillo 0 James hunts is occupying the house in the Elder addition Mrs Dodwull hurts boon suffering with malarial fever for several days Evan Richardson has ptrchascd not routed thin Isaacs Livery Stable and outfit Tilt CITIZEN echoes the first Christ mas greeting Peace on earth goodwill to men Mr Ambrose tho genial grocer on Main St nays it wits not him it was brotherMrs V Oldlinm of St Louis in visiting her parents Mr cud Mrs Goo W Ames Sam Lucas who was stabled by Anco Harris al Richmond last week in able lo lo out Miss Sarah Bell Jermun lusts finished her school at Flat Lick and is at homo for the winter IL K Richardson has purchased property at State Lick where ho will move with his fatally Mrs W A Graham cud sou loft Monday for their homo at Flushing N Y to return to Berea in April Tho mill of Fish and Toddon Owsley Fork of Rod Lick was do stroyod by lire last Thursday night Mini Nettio Richardson daughter of Mr and Mrs II K Richardson and Mr Rov Davis wero married lust Thursday Dee 1S I DOG at the residence of ET Fists R L Ambrosoand Melis sa Corner were united in marriage by Rev C II Palmer Miss Griffiths of Cincinnati 0 who sings at tho Concert next Monday night is tho lest singer who has over como to Boron Tho monthly meeting of tho Town Board was hold in tho Town Hall Thursday night last William Shock IJ Town Marshall handed in his roN ignation wHch was accepted Walt Bogie and Eli Cornelius ac companied by Deputy Collector Millard West and Ed Doty of Lan custerretnrntHl from a hunting excur slots in Garnird Co They roport n good Unit It is very appropriate tint Christmas should bo ushered In by Music and Song Tho proposalcouaert at tilt Chapel on Christmas Evo promises to bo n very enjoyable affair Miss Grillillis Is an accomplished vo enlist It it reported that A P Settle has sold his house and lot on Center St io Prof Mason Mr Settle willro movp to Richmond Mr and Mrs Settle will bo missed In thus commu nity as wen as in the Baptist Church of which they are valuable members Rov Gidoon A Burgos D D of Toledo 0a graduate of Brown Un iversity and well known to many of tho Benm people has accepted the Mill to the pastorate of tho Berea Church Ha will begin his labors Jan 11o hopo to give portrait and lifo sketch next week Honest You saver saw before in Boron a so complete well selected nut choico slock of Jewelry of nil kinds Watches Clocks Musical In struments China and Glassware and Novelties suitable for Holiday Gifts as that now offered by T A Robinson Jeweler Main St Ho en graves on Silver Gold or Pearl A goodly congregation of student anti citizens attended tho Baptist Church Sunday morning The sub ject of the sermon was True Wis doni Tho night service was well attended The text Psalms 111 1Jv Subject Womans place and power in tho advancement of tho rate In sluggish liver Horbine by its beneficial action upon tho biliary tracts renders tho bile more fluid and brings the liver into n sound healthy condition thereby banishing tho sense of drowsiness lethargy and tho general fooling of apathy which arise from disorders of tho liver Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Madison County The Barker Cedar COH mill at Ir vine is running full time giving em ployment to about 10 IIItHlITho new road extending lolllitIfrom J W Masters on the Creek pike anti intersecting the Car users Ferry road In the neighborhood of S M Hills Gum will bo opened for trawl this week Valley View Argent Circuit Court closed last Friday af ter a nearly two weeks session Tues day morning nine convicts wore tak en to Frankfort to serve sentences ranging from two to four years Richmond is named as the sent of ono of the judicial districts In repro jsenlativo Boreings bill creating another judicial district in Kentucky Madison contributed to the State of Kentucky in taxes for tho year 1900 upwards of 10000 H P Barclay has been appointed postmaster at Rod House vice J L Powell resigned Two locktenders houses are to bo built on the Kentucky River at Valley View Tho contract is to bo let Jan llllXM e Berea College Items Miss Jcnnio Estill has relumed for the winter term Girls ore doing a good thing who join tho beginners class in nursing Miss Flora Edwards and Mr Ewors havo returned from n visit to Milford Ohio Goo W Anton graduate of Korea class of IIS is a law student at Three Rivers Mich Tho Manuel Training Department is well patronized this year but there is still room for bright pupils Joseph Emery a former student at florae now living in Cincinnati ex IMKta to send a daughter to Berea soonProf Edward B Evans has a good position in the public schools of Toledo Ohio Ills address is 111 Twelfths St A B Dcuny once a student at Boron is studying medicine at Nash ville Teuu Ills address is IJJO La- Fayette place Horace Caldwell a former student at Berea from Tennessee is a member of Co D filth Inft U S A Manila P1- DrGeo T Fairchild attended the State Declamatory Contest at Lox ington Ky last Thursday Dr Fair child acted as judge in the contest Since his return lust Saturday ho has boon quite unwell and not able to ro sumo Isis dulieHrTho advantages of tho Music Do partment are greater than sauna peo plo realize Tho remarkable progress of pupils in cabinet organ piano and voice and tho remarkably low rates make this department most attractive to all who have musical taste Christmas Day is getting to Loa light thing in Berea since tho term has been opening In tho middle of December This year through tho kindness of friends in Cincinnati two Christmas trees are to bo provided and there will bo sonic present for every student Alpha Zeta Litarary Society opened its winter term Friday night with a rousing mooting A good program was presented Tho following wero elected of officers W B Beatty President IL H Field Vice Pros Goo W Pow Roe SIC A E Sut fern Cor See Ollia IL MoNult Treas W II Humphrey Critic Review of Reviews 250 Review of Kcvlews must be a new sub scription all oilier new or old McClures 100- Current 300 Success 100 Cosmopolitan 100 The Citizen 50 Home MsKazlneor rctersoua will be lent In place of Cosmopolitan 900 It Pays to Come LOUR Distances to Reach Berea College Vise Citizen holds Interview with students f1OIllIlOcrut- Iftntcs A representative of Tutu CITIZEN i mot a number of young people who laid come long distances to reach Boron College and was interested to learn how they heard about the In stitution and what difficulties they hail to overcome in getting u start in education Each one was also asked whether he would advise his friends to follow his example in making a a long journey to reach the best schoolMr Claude II Schrain from Michigan said that his father first learn ed about Berea College from a neigh boring preacher His greatest diffi thathethe people at home to believe that they could spare him 1 certainly wish all my friends to como shall try to have my brother here next 1Yllllr Mr Jolts Atkesou from Magoflin Co Ky first herd of Boroa through tho Peoples Institute held at Saly ersvillo by Professors Raymond and Dinsmoro Hud to go thirtysix miles over bad roads to reach tho railroad Some of his neighbors were prejudic ed oguint Berea but that did not bother mo any I want my friends to carne by all means and think there will bo a great satiny more from our county next year Miss Louise Brown from North Carolina laid wished to attend some good school and wrote to Mr Moodys school at Norlhfiold Mass Tho peo plo there told her that Berea was nearer and advised her to condo lore There wore two obstacles lack of money and tho fact that my parents thought I had education enough al ready certainly would encourage my friends to come I am corresponding with a numbor now and my brother is planning to follow my ex ampleMiss Ellnn Click from Tennessee was clericliras ostofGcu d noticed a clianci circular from Borea If she had know ns touch thou nit she does now she might havo como sooner Her difficulties wero distance and luck of moans but site came after after nil lio you wish your friends to como as you have donot Yes every last one of thom Miss Nevada Wright front West Virginia hearth of Bereu through her teachers Tho sickness of n brother antlillekof moms delayed her com sag Innl just fixing to send a letter to a dear friend who ought to como to Berea this winter Frances Schultz from Ohio heard of Berea through a neighbor girl who had been hero to school Was oblig ed to plan and work before she could get the money to conic Is advising all her friends to como those just through with the High School course Ralph Field from Vermont saw some notice of Berea in n newspaper Won hindered by the fact that it was so far and it took some time to con viuco him that n southern school could really have tho well trained teachers anti library and other equip snouts of n northern school Iortainly advise young i eople to como to Berea but not unless they are willing to exert themselves I would not encourage anyone to como unless ho resolved to do his best CtWtS VWKt listmeet cInSUMPTION Grand Clubbing Offer I 900 in Magazines for only 450 Literature especially ALL sixsent to one or sepa rate addresses for 13 months fo- r1r50 Address all orders to THE CITIZEN t BEREA KENTUCKY Independent Weekly Dovoted to the of IE FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR trzvv z z z zla v i I Read Reflect Act o s Q Mr Covingtbn of Covington Mitchell has purchased the a V interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators lo M take effect January Ji 1900 In order to meet our Jan 1st it will MI necessary for us to do the greatest tj in our career Our entire stock in this short time busiiconverted into money and we know of no better M about this quick than c Extraordinary Low Prices M OQDLawag to wonder veryIAN n we on a treeJlAmendous volume of business and at the same time feel that giving mighty values that we are going to make manynew and flto lasting Customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future Now we know knows that we always have KlN given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall our stock of I Mens and Boys doing Furnishings Hats and Shoes jto Is better stronger and More Original than ever before Of cQ course the earlbuyers will get the cream of selection and those i fa who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement m- iS Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky 1 W E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky CaF HANSONSLIVERY Center Ml Art Gallery- C I OQG PMpricto- rUptodate Photos Nothing but tho best iliilsh nt Wio low est price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Heildence NoflS Office No 00 WANTKDACT1VK MAN OK GOOD CHAR ictcr to d and collect In Kentucky for old csUlTlh1 mtnotactnrlEg bouM rust onto pay Honesty more Ulan experl anyellSJIurIYRThIld aloor Sao Dearborn a Chicago BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS r COPYRIGHTS c sending a sketrh and descrttdlon may qfton urerum our opinion w ether an invent onisprobablyratentabe Communte- attonsslrlctlyconedentlaL Ialentapnt tree Oldest securing iatrnta token through Munn ft Coreceive tftttal notice without cbarae In the Scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated Wfeklr Ijirscst elr rotation of any clentlflo Journal Termar3a rmri four raontht L Sold bran newxlealeni YorklirancJj 207 Interests DO YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOT YOU MAY T A Jeweler ROBINSONI Main Street Berea KyIl1ye3FREEwill fit you with spectacles that suh1wenable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Tako your crippled clock or watch to himIAttentionKentucky Teachers f The Fountain Pen is a neces city for every toacher who wishes to save time Tho best pen mado is tho Parker Jointless Fountain Pen It has NO EQUALt F You can order it by mail from College Book StoretEvery pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money F BatisrllCtoryWrito for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Boroa Ky June 29 J C MORGANtIDsntaJ SurgeryOffice Hours S to 12 A M i t ItoSPM National Bank Building Richmond Ky l Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades iTfffcSlB Send us 212 cent stamps and we will mall you a knife thexact sire of this picture it has blades 1 and retails generally at 75 elL but to get you to try them we will send you and for 43 etc or 212 cent stamM Your wife wanta a patr or S1IKA11S We will mall her pair of 7 Inch razor lceh- hcl1li for cts or SOtwo ct tamps We have an to pllg- olIIulrated Catalogue wo will mall you free K you ark for It Address MAIIKU A ono u CO 00 ilninn St Toledo Ohio and mention the Cltlien I faPrices N i Douglas Bros Latest Styles R 31ie ble MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Gaps 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 WEST MAIN STREET positively Douglas Bro- sRionxnona xv 207 WESTIMAIN STREET NOT TOO LATE TO BEGIN SCHOOL AT BEREA MORE STUDENTS THAN EVERBUT A CHANCE AND A WELCOME FOR YO- UrL i I esrauar i DOUBLE LYNCHING Two Colored Men Put to Death- b infuriated Citizens at llockport Ind DAD BRUTALLY MURDERED A BARBER The Mob Took the Culprits From the Jail and Hanged Them to a Nearby Tree One of the Murderer Confessed Implicating the Other One The rrluulnar Bodies Were Pilled troll of DnlleU Eockport Ind Dec 17Two Nee oe Jim Henderson and Bud viands who waylaid brutally murIdered and robbed Hollie white barber early Sunday morning were lynched In the jail yard by a mob of 1000 frenzied citizens Sunday night The Negroes were arrested early in the morning and although Rowlands clothing had blood stains on It the men claimed they were in nocent of the crime As soon as their arrest became known and It was proven beyond doubt that they were the guilty parties a mob of bloodthirsty cltliens armed with sledge hammers ropes to the batterIIngRbe jail The door of Rowlands cell was then quickly broken in with sledge hammers and he was dragged from the jail to the east side of the court yard where a noose was placed about his neck He was given time to make a statement in which ho implicated Jim Henderson and another Negro Row land then begged piteously for mar cy but the mob swiftly swung the confessed murderer to a tree and rid- ded his body with Leaving the body bulletsIling from the limb ree mob rushed back to the jail and attempted to burst open the cell occupied by Henderson but before the steel bars yielded to the blows of the sledges some one In the crowd fired upon the terrified Negro as he crouched in the corner of his cell A few moments more and the door of the cell was broken In The Negro more dead than alive was dragged ta ropes end to the court house yard and swung on the tree beside the body of Rowland Firing a parting volley at the swinging bodies the mob eager for I another victim hurried away to locate the other Negro implicated by r Rowland in his confession He was emKto convinctj iIngto do with the crime proving an for him The Negroes victim HolUe Simons r was waylaid and murdered in the most brutal manner one square from the main street of the city as he was going to Ids home from his barber shop at 2 oclock Sunday morning As was customary with him he car ried the receipts of the day at his place of business Walter Evans one of the young 4 men who attempted to save Simons thereto his home was greatly affected and almost suffered nervous collapse Sunday night he witnessed the lynch fag and he lost his reason The dead mans wife is prostrated end it is believed she will die from the shock Hollie Simons came from Winslow Ind some years ago and Was a popular young man MANY ENGLISH CAPTURED Brltlih Troop Ondlr Beaten In a- Uattle at IVooltgcdacht Four Officers Killed ILondon Dec 15Lord Kitchener re severe fighting at Gen Clements forces 1rooltgedacht to retire by Com- o with a force of 2 British officers were killed The other casualties were not reported Lord Kitcheners official dispatch to the war office It as fol I lows Pretoria Dec MrClement force at Xooltgedacht on the Msgaliesburg was attacked at dawn today by De larcy reinforced by Beyers comman do from Warm bath making a force estimated at 2500 Though the first attack wns repulsed the Boers managed to get atop of the Magalleaburg which was held by four companies of the Northumberland Fuslleers and were thus able to command Clements camp He retired on Hekpoort and took up a position on a hill in the center of the valley The casualties have not been completelYreported but the fighting was very severe and I deeply regret that Col Legge of the 20th Ilussars and Capts Macbean Murdock and Atkins were killed Re j l inforcements have left here Contract fur Seed Washington Dec 16The lowest bidder for the contract of furnishing rents for congressional distribution during the fiscal year 1902 received by the agricultural department was the New York Market Gardeners as sociation 101075 Among other estimates submitted were the Henry Fhillpps Seed and Implement Co To kdo 0 113069 and tho Ulhtthorn i Inked Co IfenpihU TeJUk 2 i d1fL IA FURTHER DELAY British Minister Nbw Demands a Mollification of a Point in the Joint Note THE NATURE OF IT NOT MADE PUBLIC This Stops Peace Negotiations as All Envoys Must Communicate Anew With Their Governments The Russian Government Ilrpuill atea the Charge That the Toner TinnShnn hat Kvrnn Rail road Was Held Illeenllr TlenTsln Dee 15 According to credible sources of Chinese informs tion Emperor Kwang Su will agree to the following ten demands of the powers FirstIndemnity to the amount of 700000000 taels payable in 60 years and guaranteed by the Li Kin SecondThe erection in Peking ol memoryIThirdAn imperial prince a neat relative to the emperor to go to Berlin to apologize and to express regret for the murder Fourth Foreign troops to hold the lines of communication between Taku and Peking Fifth Punishment of the Boxer officials Sixth Candidates from districts where antiforeign outrages have been perpetrated not to be allowed to com pete in the Chinese examinations In Peking for fire uars- SerenthAbolltIon of the Tsung Li Yatnen Eighth Foreign envoys to have access to the emperor at all times NinthImportation of arms and ammunition into the province of Chi Li to be abolished Tenth The land and sea forts be tween Shan Hat Kwan Taku and Pe king to be destroyed- St Petersburg Dec 17The offi cial Messenger publishes an inspired statement as to the views of the Rue sian government concerning the Yang Taun Shan Hal Kwan railroad repu- diatIng the charge that the Russians have anted illegally In holding the line contending that Russias action was necessitated by military consid erations declining to recognize the British ea owners of the line but admitting that they have the prepon derating financial Interest and final ly promising to restore It to the former administration after the foreign troops have evacuated the province of Chi Li Peking Dec 17 Definite Instruc tions supplementfn Saturdays com munication from London have been received by Sir Ernest Mason Salow the British minister and he now de mands a modification of a point in the joint note which the foreign gov ernment generally regard as impor tant This means further delay as all the ministers must communicate with their respective govern Ianew Just what is the nature of e raised by Great Britain the ministers decline to say but they admit that the new demand will in volve a good deal more diplomatic procedureWashington Dec 17 Officials her are at a loss to understand the rea sons for the important modification 1m tins joint Chinese note which it is reported the British minister to Peking U to demand before signing that document preparatory to Ita presentation to the Chinese plenipo tentiaries They have no informa tion on the subject as nothing has been heard from Mr Conger on the matter for tome days The under standing here has been that the joint note as Agreed upon by the envoys was in the main satisfactory to the British government She simply de sired a slight amendment said to be In the nature of a mere change in style of language to be used rather than any amendment to the scope of the agreement This did not conflict with any of the principles held out for by our government Such being the case it was expected that the sig nature of the British minister would be promptly affixed to the agreement Md tie note soon presented to the Ohineeesors Side In German Africa Berlin Dec 17 According to the Lokal Anzeiger 60 Cape Colony Boers now in Amsterdam with their families have been granted permission to settle in German Southwest Africa the German government having just assented to the purchase of lands by them in Damaraland and Great Ham qulnland The Boers will leave Am terdain January 5 England Wants Turkey In Settle Constantinople Dec 17 Owing to- the success of the United States in resting claims for compensation in connection with the Armenian disorders Great Britain is now urging the Ottoman government to pay similar claims put forward by British subjects It is said that energetic means will be taken to obtain settlement The KaUui Snub Berlin Dec i3In the relohstag Wednesday Dr Hesse the PanGer man leader sharply criticised the failure of the government to receive Mr juger An Extra Holiday New York Dec HThe members- of the cotton exchange Thursday Voted to make December U a holida- yne motion to aloes on December 81 t lootr t FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Second flcislon Washington Dec 12SennteBlUa Introduced Tuesday By Senator Scott directing the secretni7of the treasury to pay ney of Jefferson county West Vlr and Walter Shirley also of Jefferson county West Virginia 4243 and J8739 for supplies taker by United States troops during the civil war The first speech In opposition to the ship subsidy bill In the senate was delivered by Mr Clay The oleomargarine bill just passed theImonth to pension John P C Shanks colonel of the 7th Indiana cavalry atl the rate of 50 n month directing the secretary of the treasury to pay- to O W RatlefT of Ivy W Vs SOI for building material taken bv United States troops during the civil war The debate on the war revenue re duotlon bill opened Tuesday Washington Dec I5SenateNu business WAS transacted Wednesday The members went over to the house to participate In the centennial celebration over the removal of the na tlonal capital to Washington House Xo business was transacted owing to the centennial celebration ceremonies In the house Washington Dec USenltctngecutlve session on Thursday an IlnyFauncefotetIn the essence will permit the United States to defend nn isthmian canal but not to fortify It For nearly three hours Thursday Mr Hnnnn of- Ohio addressed the senate on the pending ship subsidy bill While he heretofore on the floor of the senate his effort Thursday really was his first formal speech to the body since he became a member ofitHouseBills introduced Thursday To pension William Gould at 35 a month to pension James Mantnck at 30 n month to pension Anthony McCall at WO a month George J WUson Joseph Farnsworth Nancy J Marple at 20 a month Benjamin J Dewees at 24 a month to pension William U II Miller at SSO a monthI to pension Fannie WIgginton a month directing the secretary of the treasury to pay 130 to Nancy Oates for supplies taken by United States troops- Washington Dec 15SenClte Nearly All of Friday the senate was in secret session discussing the Hay allIbrief open session except the adoption of the house resolution provid ing for a holiday recess to extend from Friday December 21 to Thurs day January 3 HouseThe hous adjourned FrI thanIAn Sort to reduce the tax on beer failed Mr Smith Midi had an amendment passed compelling the ex press companies to pay for stamps on express receipts instead of the shipper A reapportionment bill was introduced making the membership of the house 38- 7Washington DM ITNo business of Importance was transacted In the senate Saturdll1IHouse The house Saturday paMtd the war revenue reduction bill The amendment placed in the bill to tax express receipts was dkfeated by a vote of 125 to 139 Mr Powers Vt offered an amendment providing that the income tax would not be levied on the estates of persons who died prior to June 13 1893 It was adopt approIlrlaipassed Representative Norton introduced Providing that any regularly enlisted soldier of the war of the rebellion who served by detail or assignment on duty as a commissioned officer shall be enti tIed to the same pay oa a regularly commissioned offi er for duties so performed end shall be considered as promoted and mustered to that rank vrhtther commissioned or not and shall be entitled to the same grade of- pension II is provided for onlcers ol the In which said soldier was usigned to duty THE ArmiET iC naU Dee 15 CATTLI Common 2 SO fi J 60 Extra butchers 4 OS GJ 4 71 CALVESExtra 6 S3 6 80- HOOS Choice packers 4 85 4 Mixed packers 4 65 4 12ft SHEEPExtra 9 I 7- 5LAMBSExtra 5 IS M 5 25 FLOUR Spring pat 3 SO 4 30 WHEAT Xo 2 red 7- 1COHNNo2 mixed 89 IJtYENo 14 83 U 75 12 25 6 U- BUTTER Ch dairyrr 15 Choice creamery 2T APPLES Ch to fancy 2 75j 3 00 POTATOES Per brl 1 60 tr 1 60 TOBACCO Xow 10 00 ftl 25 Old 12 00 14 75 Clilcnsw FLOUR Win patent 3 65 1V1IEATNo 2 red 72Ya 13 74ft- Xo 3 spring 66 71 CORX o 37 OATS Xo 2 22 23V RYE 49 50 PORK Mess 11 12gU 25 LARD Steam 7 12a 7 15 sew York FLOUR Win patent 3 80 90 WHEAT Xo 2 red 76oi CORNNo2 mixed 13 45y OATS Xo 2 mixed 27 y RYE 50V PORK Family 15 50 00 LARD Steam 7 50 Ilnlllmore WHEAT Xo 2 red 72 n 72ft Southern 68 61 73 CORNNo mixed 43ya 4- 3OATSNo2 mixed 28 4c 2SYa CATTLE Butchers 4 75 C 5 00 HOGS Western 5 30 5 40 IonliYlllc FLOURWin patent 4 7- 0WHE1TNo 2 red 75 CORX Mixed 2514 41 AT8MlxeduWv It 1 9Sifsaye4tiLa Iill r 1CTs4 AKCIGS AND f t LASSIES this time the lifeboat was sheathed with Ice the seas having frozen on the planking and being thus weight ed down It was considered prudent to take In only nine of the vessels crew With these a start was made for the shore which was regained after an other valiant and perilous passage Two more trips were made to the wrecks by the lifesavers their boat at times being flooded and partially beaten back and once nearly thrown end over end on the reef The men themselves were drenched with l water which made their work muchI harder to endure Their heroic and Indomitable efforts were crowned with full success every one on the two vessels 24 In all being saved Many of these were almost frozen and nearly starved and were Imincdliitrlv kru by the citi Tens to the flrrs on the bench where there was fool I cannot do better here than to quote from the report of the general superintendent of the lifesaving service touching this memorable achievement of the Ship canal crew rTo have tune rushing through the night mud tempest over so many snowy leagues to the rescue of a group of despairing sailors sail then with hearts greater than danger to have gone out again and again through the dreadful breakers and brought every man ashore way a feat so boldly adventurous thnt the curIrent accounts of It In the public nals roused at the time tIle whole lake region to Intense enthusiasts and sent thrills of sympathy and ad miration through the country WITCH HAZEL SEEDS They ore lUpellrd from She 1odi will a Puree and Snnnd of Fairy Artillery What boy or girl who has ever gone nutting In October has not been united among the underbrush by a sound of fairy artillery or even bees hit on the cheek by a solid piece of ammunition In the shape of a glossy black seed 7 asks Dora Read Goodale In St Nicholas Looking about for your assailant you tee only a tall shrub whose leafiest branches are hung with fringes of gold sod wouder perhaps why those del icale blossoms mature at s time when most wild flowers have finished their seasons workwhen as Bryant says Frosts and shortening days portend The iced Year Is near his end But look closer among those tardy gold fringes and you will see clusters bt oddly shaped pods sonic empty and yawning like miniature cannon others still loaded and ready to fire their handsome little ralitlles when the right mo ment arrives This curious shrub which takes a whole year to mature Its fruit is the witchhazel or hsmsmelU the tame POP 00 JHSLITTLE SEEDS that we know as a bottle gealus ready to cure our cuts sad bruises To see how the shooting Is done It Is worthwhile to bring a branch of the seedpods Indoors and to stady their mech anism more at leisure As the fruit ripens the outer coat of the pod sep arates from the inner and this outer shell splits down from the top while the elastic Inner covering also splits and its edges press on the seeds This pressure In time expels the hard little nut in much the same way that an ap pleseed almost identical In shape Ifired by the pressure of a boys thumb and forefinger The witch lsazel always Impresses me as a very spirited plant full of will power and energy and determined that Its children shall have a good start in the world It is said that iU seeds are sometimes thrown a distance of 45 feet and while I cannot vouch for this I do know that they will strike one very forcibly at a distance of 12 or 15 By this ingenious contrivance the young witch hazel folks begin life at a distance where the ground has been neither shaded nor exhausted by the parent bush The wltch hazel is common over all eastern America and any young natur allst may see It sowing Us crops or lighting the woods with its elfin smile M late M TkamksfiTtef 4aj iC t LIFE SAVERS ors A of llnrlna llcvoilon hire llriirvrt l llr liiimortiillfril In Irixr and Vrrie In St Nirhojns Lieut Worth 0 Ross United States revenue cutter service tells of an extraordinary rescue on the shore of Lake Superior A schoon er nnd steam barge vivre stranded at Marqurttr and after making heroic HUSHING TIIIIOUQI TUG TKMICST efforts all lay long to succor the cur liars the wouldbe rewuer telgraphed to a regular lifesaving crew Sonic use proposed this as a last re sort It teemed like n forlorn hope for these nearest station was then at Ship canal 110 tulles distant How ever the Manes meager as It looked will considered worth taking and arrangements were at ones b fuu to bring the lifeboat and its crew A trlegrnm which had to bo carried six mltm by a tug was sent to the ke er of tile station telling of the peril of the saikrs The managers of tke railroad offered a special train to bring the turfmen and thrtr apparatus to Marquette As soon I the keeper received the menage he and his turn with tilt lifeboat wrrekgun sad nil nrcemary appurtenance were taken on the tug which steamed as fast RA the could to Hoitghton where Will waiting a train consisting of an engine a passenger coach and two tint cars It took the lifesavers but n short time with the helpers who vol unteered to put the apparatus OB board the cars and secure It after which the train sped swiftly out Into the night on her merciful errand fol lowed by the resounding cheer of tin crowd of persons who had come upon the scene Perhaps no lifesaving crew hind ever before started out on n journey to exceptional They wore stirred to the noblest Impulses by its Intense significance and hail determined among thcmnelvesto do or die in the perilous task before them Although the track was heavy with snow the powerful locomotive raced on at high speed through the driving tempest at times almost rescuing the rate of a mile a minute The coating of snow made the engine anti cars look strangely grotesque as the train pulled Into the railway station at Marquette after a run with Its necefsary stoppages that had never been matched under the circum stances U was nearly midnight when the crowd of expectant and cheering men helped the lifesavers and their appliances from the ears Wagons and sleighs had been provid ed to take them to the lake and aleo a plentiful supply of food for the half starved sailors when they should be brought ashore After a hurd trip along the dark beach In the wash of the surf which was thick with driftwood the sin Ion crew finally arrived abreast of the vessels A throng of people here there before them anxiously await ing their arrival The bonfires which had been kept burning gave needed light to the workers arid In view of the great seas that were tumbling In It was thought best to attempt first a rescue by means of tines One was fired over the steambnrge amidships but It appears that the tailors were prevented from getting It by the rush of breakers across the decks The keeper now decided to use the boat There were two reefs to pass over which the waves were dashing with frightful fury The lifeboat crossed the first one shipping three seas on the way but the rudder becoming disabled the men were obliged to re turn While repairs were being made another shot was fired over the ves leI but no one reached the line At daybreak the boat was again launched and by strenuous and un daunted exertions the oarsmen held to their work succeeded in crossing the reef alive with foaming break l sal gat sloagalde tU barge Dj TI CHRISTMASTIDE All hall the Chrlltmmltdo to lit this day The Otirttt wai born who In the inuntfcr tar- A babe wu He and yet the newborn Klnif To whom all popl s Joyous tribute bring The world abound In gladness and good ehr-Blnn Christ of heaven now to earth draws near While angel choirs their anthem chant star And glory light beams bright from Ileth- lilwm star It coma a child yet Mnttfr Is of all To mllpM great and to the cultag- ettherchildren umalC gather for their sport aa 4 play 4 And MlnUy men devoutly kneel to pray Where sorrow sits and sings III plaintive n I Where wknua strives ugalnst sfgre stye wrong Where men are righting manfully for right And bravest fAlter In the thick of tight Where these bereft In sadness nurse their grist And tired IIIId weiuy souls find no relief lie em811 with light end hope with Joy sad peso In Inu Rood cheer affording sweet release llcoHve Rim then on this glad Christmas morn That In your hearts the Christ may bi new bees My lie In you sad you In Him Abide Then yours shall be a happy Chtlsu5ustldetJ UyMgun Hiiillh In CHRISTMAS CHEER Thr Srntiin lrrllnilnrnlly One llruthrrly luye1reee mud Uuuil Will en Kurlh Hy common consent Christmas the cheeriest season of the year There are other festive occasion such II Tliankigivlng whirls bring joy to many homes and there sire other feasts aueh as Raster uiul WblUuntltie which have conipicuuu pieces ou the calendar of the liturgy losing sects but by a procek of evo lution whleh IH partly religious and Shelly social ChrUiiua emerged ne the tweet prominent fut of the ohurch year In the estimation of the majority CnrlfliiKis despite the excessive rn tlu1I INn of seine and the atrriic In difference of utllera Is proily a seMon of chimer It U well to have nt trust one salon of the year when the earn of life cease for a little their hard grinding and nil try to look happy even It they do not feel so ChrUtnia cheer should be emphatic ally In the deeper sense of the term good cheer There II no birthday MI dVurrvIng of celebration it tint of the Lord Christ which make IlOuiiJ- ea1 Christmas at all and Christians as be In no wise truly observed where the spiritual significance or the advent joy Is forgotten The real meaning of Christmas resides primar ily not In the passing of gift from man to team but in the giving of the tree UMpcnkablc gift from Oat to imm IU joy Is emphatically a Gospel joy The mirth may be hearty and varied but It mUtt be a godly mirth If It rollicks It should not riot If IIrInfects hearts with a contagious glee the gladness should be In outpour- Ing from hurt to hurt of the great joy of salvation which God In send lag ft Jesus who shall Pave ills peasple from their sins bs poured Into all humble souls Christmas cheer Let It ho full rich freed Let It serve nt the recog nation and expression first of nil of the abounding grace of a redeeming God and secondly of that good will among men which Is the proper anti logical result of the Gospel of Ills dear Son For he only can be really cheerful who abuts his heart to nil malice hatred anti jealousy and who opens hies heart wide to the graces of goodwill mercy nail generosity The spirit of Chrlitnma Is that of broth erly love Its outward festivities are the natural and Inevitable exprctslan of n joyous sense of the nearness both of God to man and of man to mAn Observed In this spirit nUll marked not only by thoughtful ex change of tokens of esteem between attached friends but also by gener ous gifts to lie poor anti unfortunate Christmas will prove n day of rare delight and spiritual profit For he wljl have most of Christmas direr In his own soul who In Imitation of the great mitt of Gods dear Son gives himself with his gifts In ministry to his fellows anti who inont seeks to make Christian cheer to abound In the now shadowed hearts of his fel low menN Y Observer CHOICE EXTRACTS Faith frames fate Hams Horn 1niUu Is as natural to the soul that prays as prayer Is Natural to the soul that praises F Booth Tucker Beware of the spirit anti temper which would turn all tIle days Into tenterhooks on which to hang corn plaints Robert CoIIycr Certainly love It the farce by which and home the place in which Oral chiefly fashions souls to their fine Is luulIev W C Gannett The character of Christ Is the foundation of Clirlxtlnnlty Wliut hn Will and Is In His distinct personality Is the vital principle underlying all He dud and taught Rev Dr Wilson It lie line glvenus all things have we any business to live as spiritual paupers Half the reason why we dont praise Him II we ought is be dont believe whatcause we really l great HavcxgaX things He hay given uP B 1 f r U- w s JOIN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great Story llorses hunting and Adventures in the West Don Iu In if o a horse thnt would not tell was my profit fur the stern cut mid roughen work of my llfwl lurked at him and looked nt the mine that pile of pretty pebbles that pile of hogim ore und I did nut tvgrtt my bargain neicr have reo gretted It My kingdom fur horseta innnli of u kingdom sax hail had given nut was that ull I galled nn un salable horse fur two yours work All iinfiUH perhaps I eoneludo to calculate the Incalculable nnlOns 1nx tlmnte certain moral nwuIlM hud grasped nod have succeeded In keep lug unless I determine to value pa heave purpose und pluck liy dollars nnil cents However limit wild enough of myself und my shore In the preparations for thr work of my story lietire then Itluhnnl Wade und tut the real hero of the tutu Ijilor GIIAITim IV Joni 11UKNT A mnn who dory not love luxury In merely an Incomplete man nr if he prefers nn IgnornniiiK A nits who ran tint dUpentc with 1111 ryIIl1el who loon not lure hard fart hard lied Imnl travel nod nil manner of robust vigorous truer work In a weakling nod n soft the wlldiirnesn U no metin city hamhwkur lather for much lirooken for euriiiln urn not cruelty prairie guln tire IHIIVF lullnliy for adults Simple furniture and simple fnre for n campaigner needs for the plains for chamlior furniture n pair of blankets for kitchen furniture a fryingpan and n colfeepot for tAMe furniture n tin mutt and lute howle knlle Sybarls tin nuttout city noted c for fU luxury adds u tin pkitr it poon and eten a fork Tlie list of provisions itt short pork Hour and coffee that U all unless flyburii KlnMild indulge In n modlimm if ten n done or two of sugar uud uvlnl of tincgiir fur holldnya I hnd senmi days for preparation until my rnmwnlong the itMllridnrN should nrrlte One morning Ietas bitty making up my KeU of rid h luxuries as have inentloiie l for the Journey w1iei liennl the flutter of hi rsr fret and obvorved stranger alllth and tide up to the door of my shanty He wens mouHtwl IIJMIII a powerful IronKin home aMI drove a jKik mull and on Indian pony Mv name waxoa an elaborately pniutid shingle over the door It was my own handiwork nod iilte n lion In that region I felt whenever In splM lcd that bit of high art that full or win it the tithe I unit a re lource Indeed my Ilke neighbor femed to think that wni iinjutitifla lily burying my urlUtlo talents Many n not unsrritily lagann- lrighttided slug with MultMl d Con lniirimatur niwiU uf slur huil been offered me If woultl paint up some miners hell nn The True Iirndlne or The Shade and Cuffy tin Iarls- Tln newminer rend my Hiilojjrtipli on the shingle looked about caught sight of me ut work III Ihrhut shade dismounted fastened liU homes sad came tuwnnl me It was not the fimli Ion In California ut Hint time to Yolunleer elrlllly or ncipmlnlurice Men lied to niinounee tlininselvc and prove thrlr cUlms I wit where I was and surveyed the Htmnger tue Adonis a moral of manly beauty of the copperskins tall to niynrir Thin it the Voting liiRle or the Seeking Dove or the Maid ens Italic or some other Ifttat chief of the rlennrit Indian tribe on till continent A beautiful yotithl 0 Kenimore why nre you deadl There are a dozen roinnncen In one took of Hint young brate One ehupter might be writ on lout frlncfd buck akin Mlilrt one ou his equally fringed lrgjln with their tripe of porvu plneipillUi und one ihort chipter on his uiocriMliiN with their marlet cloth InMepplrrc and hilt oap uf utter fur decked with an eujflett father Wlml a poem the felloV lal wUh 1 was an Indian myself for Hiich u companion or better a Kipiaw to Hindu love to by him Ax he npproiielied I pereeUed that he WOK nut cupper hut bronze A psilefaee certainly Tlmt Is n pale fnre tinned by the hriuen sun of n Ciiliforuiii Kiimiuer Not le hind soiui however an a Saxon Ihnn an huh iii ii brave Ai noon an Identllud him ni one of my own raw htAUII to fancy I lint seon him before If he were but shaved and clipped bin ekeonird hooted gloved lull led with a shiny cylinder dlonri of bus ilniiKcroiiK looking nmeini nil rmrd with a playlhinjr of u i In whorl If he were metnmorphorfed from a knlgliterrunt Into a carpet knljjlit changed from u smooth rough Into a smooth smooth seems to me I should know him or know thnt I bad known him once lie came up laid lily hand familiar ly on my arm nnd said What Wade Dont you remember me Julio bentI hear your voice begin to see you now Hurrah How was it I did not recognize you said I after a fraternal greet ing Ten years hate presented me with this for a disguise said he giving his moustache a twirl Ten years of experience have taken all the girl out of me- What lean you bleD doing these tea year nice College 0 aajrwe4 aiar nO Orliidlng my sides ngnliiHt the Adamant every one Has your dinmond begun to see light nnd IIh1l1l1 The pollslilngihiHt dims it still How hue you found life kind orI cruel Certainly not kind hardly cruel unless IndltTurencc in cruelty Hut lid ItTe rllI want of nympa thy trust havo heel n positive relief after tho nggrcwtivo oruolty of your younger days And what have you been doing lilthard Hvorythlng lhnt Yankees tlodlg rf lllHt That linn been my buslnewi too as well dlshlng TliM old work suppose to root out lies had plant in truth PunnelitigImy wny III doubt Into the freedom of faiths You are out then at hut Happy mil ut peace I hOJlc At pfHiee hardly happy How con sueh n tansy fellow be happy We art In bcreaveimtjit now My family are nil gone uxeept two little rlillilron of my slater Not quite pevrH You remembur your relatives tenderly Mesa no Midi comfort Odd talk this may rtllll to hold j wiUi un old friend Ten yixira ujKirt Wo ought to hove neat in merrier miiiHl WII might If wti hnd parted irtlli liMppy iiioiiKirliix Hut It wax not so Youth linn IMIII n hunt Mm null to Itrenl If tutu diwlines n nuns to ItHuh she oompibi him to loon bitter hMona too whether he will or no llreut wets a limn of rulim All nxperiehPe therefore pllexl lt elf upon him Hn iiumt leiiru Use im mortal eonsolntlons of probing ell 11nITtrbg Iihtisrlf IfriMitM story Is n idiort one or a long onru It ewe be told In page or In u score of volimipn We lull 14 ynam fnre In thin snare pew of lurk thy qollegc chnpel gnimniNis byour hide nnd tutors before sax two well erammed candldlnte rill the 1rIIman class treat a delicate beiiuliful dreamy boy My ootinler jwru won plum prose ami period tint poetic element We bectimu friends I wan stciidy he weft er suite tweet calm ho was pniwltinutu VHS rotiMinubly happy he was to hilly mlirniblo For good ranPC Ilin wiuie teas this mid it urn ken weaker hearta titan HrenlV lib limrl WMS made ofstair that doer nut hitnw bow to break Dr HwerRBr was the of HreiitH nihH rjr Irvin Hnnirend Dr Swerjjer WHI a brutal mnn One who lHlleri n that nod la vrn emuo alone iHiUirally Imitates his foil and dour nut bolter hits modol- Swerjjer wan IJentii stepfather Mrs runt win pretty tillly rich anti n widow Swcrgnr WII tel his wife pretty and not too wise and Uml she was rluh balanced perhaps a lit tic more than lulnuced the slight ob jeotlon of widowhood One day natters on me to a quarrel Swcrger cursed his stepson of c iuri e not In the state tenus the tviltorsI- IKII on Kong 1mrf but with no letter spirit The mother rowed liy her hiiriband backed him sad nluin dolled the boy They drove him out of the house to go where he would He outfit to me I gave him half my quarters nnd tried to cheer him No use Thin bitter wrong to his love to God nnd to titan Almost crmdicd him lie brooded and despaired lie begin to fAitcy himself the lout soul Srger hind tailed him I saw tint he would tile or go mad or If he hail strength enough to react It would be toward n hapless rebellion against conventional luws and so make his blight ruin hurrlnl him oil to Ku rope for change of wene Tliul was ten years ago and I had not seen him since I knew however that his mother was rlslted by compunctions that sue wished to be recunrileil to her son that Swcrjjcr rcflined and renewed his anathemas that he huh lied the pour little woman to dealt that Urent had to wring till prop erly out of hint by a long lawsuit which the Swergerltes considered an unconstitutional and devilish proceed lug another proof of total depravity MUerahlc business It went near to ftiihli all the Innofriioe full Ii hope unit religion out of my friends life ThN waa the man who trade upon the iron gruy horse This wax tlic- Indlanesqiie Saxon who greeted me It put color aid poetry Into my sulky life to see him OfT ohl fellow said limit pond Ing his whip til my Imps onai hear him Mpieak but Im sure there is u pig In thut gunny bug aid Hour In that Nark hope youre not away for a long trip just us have come to taunt with you No longer titan home across the plains nol thou well ride together in KtiNid of squatting together I luxl end of your teaching me quartz udntig Ill guide you across the Hockys You know the way then Kvery foot of It Inst fall I hunt ed up from Mexico and New Mexico with an Knglixh friend We made winter headquarters with Cnpt hits by at Furl laminle knocking about ell winter in that neighborhood anti lit the north among the Wind lllvcr mountains Karly in the spring we went air toward Luggerucl Alley and the Luggernel Springs and camped- there for u mouth- LuggernelAlley LuggernelSprlngs Those are new sautes to me in fact my llocky mountain geography is naught You ought to see them Luggernel they ix ono uf the wonders of this continent So think now that hove seen it- t was odd too what afterward I- xaaealsst s s siacl4aat 1Ma1 our first talk should have turneil to a hint where wo were to do end to cut fee by nnd by There U something Frcnohy in tbo name of said 1 uilleiunIOI1IIl1l11eto them I will describe the whole to you at length some time Who was your 1ngllsh FrleIllJISir Illron Hiddulph a low pink In the cheeks wnrn lu the heart strong in tits shanks mighty on tho Jiunt- Hunting for love of It No for love itself or rather the lack of love A lovely lady in his nn the Ixinunshlrc would not mnile so he tunieil butcher of buffalo bears vend bighorn Nniiiud hit the fair but frozen maid Never It seems there is some thing liiipliKH or tragic about her des tiny Shu did not love him BO ho ciiiiK away to forget her He made no wcrut of It We arrived In Utah liwt lily on our way to see Califor nut There lie got letters from home announcing as hi told me souse corn hug misfortune to the lady AH n friend no longer n lover ho proposed to do what he could to avert List danger loft Mill in Salt Lake preparing to return und came across country iilono- Aliino through the Indian cotta try with tJmt tempting iron gtwY those tempting pucks that tempt ing scalp with Its lovelocksl Why liy right of your scalp alone would crud u thrill through every Indian heart from near river to the Dalles of tho Columbia Ierhaps by tho way youve Item Mnled already and are rlINo till mops my own 11101 scalps oil right WWi I toad say Ihu souse of the bruins llio Indians would not touch me am hull any age you know In Uils and ny for IIrhIIIgldIiwn niiipoM you unit talk to thorn Yoli MM d to have the gift of tongues You hnvo choked down two or three of their giitteml lingua nud cult sputter tJiuin up as uislly as I iiwrtl to quibble Ircek versos in col logo hike the follows They are not Idonl liortxn they have not sue ceeded In developing a clvlllwitlon or h adopting ours nod thuroforo I sup luis0 they must go down un pi no trees go down to make room for loughur stalks and frulUer growth but tike the fellows und dont hu llnvc In their utter deviltry I have nlwnjit given the dogs a good name amt they have boon good dugs to me I like thorough move too and what an Indian known he knowi so that Is a part of him It l a good cor rccdve for tin urtlllcial nil 7 to find himself lets of a man under certain dllllonlUo than a child of nature You know this of course us well as do Yea we caiiiMilgnerH get close to the heart of Mother Nuture mill she Inichc us temlerly or roughly hilt thoroughly By the way how did you line me out heard some PlkIII a camp last night talking of some person who had sold a quartz mine for a wonderful horse asked the name They told me yours and directed me here Kx rcpt for this talk I should have gone down to Han Francisco and missed youliuky horse Ile brings old ComeIiAPTlmV ACROSS COUNTRY I led my friend toward the corral A linn horse that gray of yours said Yes a splendid fellow stanch and true lie will go ho dies In tiptop condition too What do you call IIlm1 Pumps Why Pumps Why not Pistons or Cranks or WalkingBeams or sane pnrt of the alcanaengine that does Use going directly You hate got the wrong clue I nnmed him utter our old dancing master Putties the horse hens a favorite amble precisely like that skip ping walk that PumpH the moo used to set us for mtxlel ft mincing gait that prejudiced me until I saw what n stride he kept for the time when stride was wanting Here Is my black gentleman What do you think of hint I Unit Fulano trotted up and licked a handful of corn from my hand Cornwall four dollars n bushel The profits of the Foolonncr Mine did nut allow of such luxuries hut old Ccrrinn haul presented me with n sack of it Fulano crunched Ids corn snorted his thanks and then snuffed titles tlonlngly and afterwards approving ly about the 8trnngcriSoul and body of Buccphalusl the famous warhorse of Alexander life Great says Brent There is a quadruped that a horee fans he said I thrilling with pride for him To look at such a fellow is a ro mance lie is the most beautiful thing I ever saw No exceptions Not one- Woman lovely woman I cried with mock enthusiasm If I had ever seen a woman to compare with that horse after her kind I should not be here Where then Where she was Living for her Dying for her Chasing her if she were dragged from me Snatching her from the jaws ot death lTe to r TitHl A FAVORED NATION Dr Talmage Speaks of Prosperity ot American People Divine IllemltiKK Slinwercd Upon VI lie thaw Cniiipnriiiii Ilc- weru Our Own and Other Cuuulrlo Copyrlcht by Louts Klopsqh N YI Dr Talmage preaches a discourse of Christian patriotism and shows the resources of our country and predIcts the time when all the world will have the same blessings Ills two texts are Revelation xxi 13 On the south three gates Psalm cxlvllJ He bath not dealt so with any nation Among the greatest needs of our country la more gratitude to God for tho unparalleled prosperity bestowed upon us One of my texts calls us to international comparison What nation ou all the planet has of late had such enlargement of commercial opportunity as is now opening before this nation Cuba and Porto Ilico nnd the Philippine islands brought Into close contact with us and through steamship subsidy and Nic aragua canal which will surely be afforded by congress all the republics of South America will be brought Into most active trade with the United States On the south three gates While our nextdoor neighbors the southern republics and neighboring colonies imported from Kuropean countries 3000 miles away 073000000 worth of goods In a year only 126 000000 worth went from the United States 126000000 out of 675000 000 only onefifth of the trade ours European nations tnklng the four fin gers and leaving us the poor thumb Now all this is to be changed There is nothing but a comparative ferry between the Islands which have re cently come under our protection antI only a ferry between us and Bo livia Peru Varaguay Uruguay Vene ruche Salvador Nicaragua Colombia Costa Rica Kquador Brazil while there are raging seas and long voyage between them nnd Europe By the mandate of the United States all that will be changed through new fa cilltles of transportation The Ills panoAmerlcan congress Just closed nt Madrid will loll in its attempt to divert all the trade of South America from us to Europe What encouraging symptoms that our trade with Cuba and Porto Rico has been quadruple ll hut that is only a prophecy On the south three gatuyclI a hundred gates In anticipation of what Is sure to come I nail on the front door of this nation an advortlsnment Wanted One hundred thousand men to build railroads through South America and the islands of the sea under onr protection Wanted A thousand telegraph op eratorsWantedOne hundred million dol lara worth of dry goods from the great cities of the United States IWnntIIAI the clocks you can make at and all the brslnx you can spare from Boston and all- the bells you can mold at Troy and alj the reapers you can fashion at- Chicago and all the hams you can turn out At Cincinnati and all the rallrond iron you can from Pittsburgh and nil the statesmen that you can spare from Washington Wanted lUght sway wanted by new and swift steamers wanted by railtrain lawyers to plead our causes11antedDoctors to cure our sick Wanted Ministers to evangelize our population Wanted Professors to establish our universities On the south three gates yea a thousand gates South America and all the Islands of the sea approximate are rightfully our commercial domain and the congress of the United States will see to it that we get what belongs to uaIAnd then tides of travel will be some what diverted from Europe to our is lands at the south and to the land of the Aztecs Much of the 123000000 yearly expended by Americans in Eu rope wilt be expended in southern ex ploration in looking at some of the ruins of the 47 cities which Stephens found only a little way apart and in walking through the great doorways and over the miracles of Mosaic and along by the monumental glories of another civilization and ancient America will with cold lips of stone kiss the warm lips of modern America and to have seen the Andes and Popo catspetl will be deemed at important as to have teen the Alpine and Balkan ranges and there will be fewer people spoiled by foreign travel and in our midst less of the poor and nauseating imitation of the French shrug and the bralnllslIare made vain by European travel and though sensible when they embarked they return with a collar and a cravat and a shoe and a coat and a pronun elation and a contempt for American institutions and a bend of the elbow that make one btlltve In evolution backward from man to ape Of the many thousands who now cross the sea annually thousands will OB pleasure and business visit southern lands and so tourists and merchants and scien tits and capitalists will all help In this national development On the south thret gates And what other nation has such openings for commercial en largement as ours Again In this International com parison notice the happy condition of our country as eompsrtd with most countrit Russia under the shadow of the dreadful illness of her great and good emperor who now more than any Mloa WA 111YIJ anxleus for him to whom sk has given hand nnd heart not for political rca sons but through old fashloned love such as bfsrs our bumbler dwelfings India under the agonies of a famine which though somewhat lifted has flllid hundreds of thousands of gravt and thrown millions into orphanage Austria only waiting for her genial Francis Joseph to Alt so as to let Hungary rise In rebellion andmake the palace of Vienna quake with insurrec lion Spain In Carllst revolution and pauperized Italy under the horrors of her kings assassination China shod Bering with a fear of dismemberment her capital In possession of foreign na tions After a review of the condition In other lands can you find a more ap propriate utterance in regard to our country than the exclamation of the text t He hath not dealt so with any nationCompare the autumnal report of har vests in America this year and the harvests abroad Last summer 1 crossed the continent of Europe twice and I saw no such harvests as are spoken of in this statement Hear It all you men and women who want everybody to have enough to eat and wear I hue to tell you that the corn crop of our coun try this year is one of the four largest crops on record 2105900000 bushels The cotton crop though smaller than at some times will on that account bringbigger prices an1lo cotton plant ers of the south are prosperous The wheatfieldshave provided bread enough and to spare The potato crop one of the five largest crops on record211 000000 bushels Twentytwo million two hundred thousand swine slain and yet so many hogs leftl But now I give you the comparative exports and imports which tell the story of national prosperity as noth ing else can Excess of exports over Imports 544400OCO Now let all pea simists hide themselves In the dens and caves of the earth while all grate souls fill the church with eluol Iul Notice also that while other countries are at their wits ends as te their finances this nation has money to lend Germany we are glad to see you in Wall street If you must borrow money we have it all ready How much will you have Russia we also welcome you Into our money markets Give us good collateral Meanwhile Denmark will you please accept our loiTer of 3000000 for the island of St My hearers there Is no nation on earth with such healthy condition of finances We wickedly waste an awful amount of money in this country but some one has said it Is easier to manage a surplus than a deficit Besides this we have in our country plenty of room while the transAtlan tic nations are crowded crowded cities crowded governments crowded learned institutions the population crowded packed in between the Pyrenees and the Alps packed in between the English channel and the Adriatic Yes on our continent plenty of room Eight million square miles In North America and all but one seventh capa ble of rich cultivation implying what fertility and commerce Four basins pouring their waters Into the Atlantic Pacific Arctic and Gulf of Mexlcol When i hear a man expressing the fear that this country Is going to be crowd ed I know right away he has not been Texas France has about 59000000 of people but Texas Is larger than France Germany about 67000000 of people but Texas is larger than Ger manyAgain there U no land on earth satIfafactoryevery years nation we clean house After a ve hement expression of the people at the ballot box in the autumnal election they all seem satisfied and if they are not satisfied at any rate they smile An Englishman asked me in an English rail train this question How do you people stand It In America with a revo lution every four years Would it not be better like us to have a queen for a lifetime and everything settled But England changes government Just as certainly as we do At some adverse vote in parliament out goes one party and in comes another Administra tions change there but not as advan tageously as with us for there they may change almost any day while with us a party in power continues in power at least four years It Is said that In our country we have more dishonesty In the use of public funds than In other lands The difference is that in our country al most every officer has a chance to steal while in other lands a few pea pIt absorb so much that the others hare no chance at appropriation The reason they do not steal is because they cannot get their hands on it The governments of Europe are so expensive that after the salaries of the royal families are paid there is not much left to misappropriate The emperor of Russia has a nice little ofAustriaVictoria the queen lane a sal1 ary of 2200000 The royal plate ofj St James palace is worth 10000000 There is a host of attendants all on salaries some of them 5000 a yearj some 6000 a year Comptroller of tile household mistress of the robes captain of gold sties silver stick clerk of the powder closetj pages of the back stairs master of IIIordlllnrgrand falconer rIce chamberlain clerk of the kitchen grooms in watt lug lords In waiting grooms of the court chamber sergeant arms barge master and waterman eight bedchamber women eight ladles of the bedchamber and so on and so on All title Is only a type of the fabulous expense of foreign governments All this Is paid out of the sweat and blood of the people Are the people satis fled However much the Germans like William and Austria likes Fran herlenLaati MBCBM ass WUt s w T of dlMitlfa tiea s wide IEoan If H ww1s1 Ie tII p p of England er Aarferta or emtny or Russia whether those expensive Utah r rdoubtIs it not better that we be overtaxed and the surplus be distributed all over the land to have it bum np andIpiled up inside of palaces Continuing this international com parison I have to say to you that we have a better climate than Is to be found in any other nation We do not suffer from anything like the Scotch mists or the English fogs or the Russian Ice blasts or tae typhus i of southern Europe or the Asiatic J cholera Epidemics In America are exceptional very exceptional Plen ty of wood and coal to make a roar x fag fire midwinter easy aeeesa to sea beach or mountain top when the ar dots of summer come down Michigan wheat for the bread Long Island corn U for the meal Carolina rice for the queen of puddings Louisiana sugar to sweeten our beverages Georgia cotton to keep us warm Im our all products and all climates landiyour nerves weak Go north your throat delicate Go south you feel crowded and want more room Go west I declare itt This Is the best country In all the world to lire in How do I know It I nyinglitpeople in one year came from the other side of the Atlantic to live in America and they came because It li the very best country to live in While making this international comparison let us look forward to the time which will surely come when all nations will have as great sdvan tags as our own As surely as the Bible U true the whole earth U to be gardenized and let free Many years ago in this city I gazed upon a eeene which for calamity and grandeur one seldom sees equaled Itomean the burning of the SmlthloDlanIInstitution It was the country In It art had gathered rarest specimens from all lands and countries It was one of those buildings which seize you with enchantment as you en ter and all the rest of you life holds you with a charm I happened to teethe first glow of the fires which on that cold day looked out from the win angryIaffrighted workmen and the assault of fire engines only seemed to madden the rage of the monsters that rose up to devour all that came within reach of their chain Up along the walls and through the doors were pushed hands that snatched down all they could reach and hurled It into the abyss of flame beneath The windows of the tower would light up for a minute with a wild glare and then darken as though fiends with streaming locks of fire had come to gaze on in laughing mockery at all human attempts and then sunk again into their native darkiness With crackle and roar and the floors tumbled The roofs began here and there to blossom In wreaths e and vines of flame Up and down the pillars ran serpents ef fire Out from the windows great arms and fingers of flame were extended as though de strayed spirits were begging for deliv erance Tie tower put on a coronet of flame and staggered and fell sparks flying the firemen escaping the terror accumulating Books rasps rare correspondence autographs cf kings costly diagrams burned to cinder orIscattered for many a rood upon the wild wind to be picked up by the ex cited multitude Oh it teemed like some great funeral pile in which the wealth and glory of our land bad leaped to burn with its consuming treasures i withIDestruction waved It fiery banner from the remaining towers and In the thunder of falling beams and in the roaring surge of billowing fire I heard the spirits of rata and desolation and i1inyonder rose through the frosty air as imposing as though all the white mrbte of the earth had come to resurrection and stood before us reminding one of the i great white throne of Heaven There it stood unmoved by the terrors whichYthat day had been kindled before It No tremor In its majestic columns no frown on its magnificent sculpture noIflush of excitement in Its veins of mar blt Column and capital and dome built to endure until the world Itself shatters in convulsions of the last earthquake Oh what a contrast between the smoking ruin on the one hand and that gorgeous dream of are ehittctnre on the others Well the day speeds on when the grandest achieve 1 meat of man will be consumed and the galIand the hurricane of Gods power will t scatter even the ashes of consumed greatness and glory Not one tower left not one city unconsumed not one scene of grandeur to relieve the desola tlon Forests dismasted seas licked up continents sunk hemispheres annihilated Oh the roar and thunder ing crash of that last conflagration nut from that ruin of a blazing earth we shall look up to see the temple of liberty and justice rising through the ages white and pure and grand un scarred and unshaken Founded on the eternal rock and swelling Into domes of infinitude and glory in which theIhalleluiahs of Heaven have their verberation No flame of human hate shall blacken its walls No thunder of infernal wrath shall rock Its founda tions By the upheld torches of burn- Ing worlds we shall read it on column and architrave and throne of eternal allanIjustice shall never pass away lIn Zanzibar cotton goods form the obit axiUI of qemmere i a W J JTHECITIZENH3EREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 20 1900 iciMETHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BT nEt WSt CAMPBELL Sinco tho Mormons havo been i creasing at such n great ratio tho pa few years it is interesting and important to know tho secret of this pho uomeual growth My twelve years study of Mormon ism while laboring in the capacity of a Christian missionary among the Mormon people in Utah together with several months experience with tho Mormon missionaries who wore making converts in various parts our country outsido of Utah nottu their methods and their success has convinced tho writor thatMormouism grows neither because of its merits as a system of moral or religious truisnor olouo by appealing to tho deprav it of the human heart If Mormon missionaries wero hon cst enough to begin their efforts those whom they would convert tolling tho real truth about Mormon doctrines and practices they wou not make a single convert among tout and intelligent people but hav ing been trained In the school of de caption from their earliest infancy they como into tho homes of unsuspecting people to lead them into U same falso ways in which they ha been reared It is perfectly consistent for them to practice all sorts of cunning and deception as their god and their prophets and their teachers havo sot them abundant examples in these lines from the beginning I the reader chooses to make a careful study of Mormonism by following up tho reading of this leaflet with a care ful study of the entire series of which this is the beginning ho will find that this statement is not any too strong however extravagant it may seem to him at first Let no one however imagine for a moment that the writer means leave the impression that the Mormon missionaries are not sincere in the faith If they were not sincere they could not succeed as they do in making proselytes but being sincere they believe with all their hearts cause they are so trained that ti end justifies the means and that any sort of deception is justifiable if only helps to win converts and save souls as they understand When Mormon missionaries come l into a new community they do ac sound n trumpet before them as the r ezperientcea n beIk nown Finding Christian people off hoir guard they spy out the land IItnd find out all they can about local church life who aro professing Chris tians and who are not how consistent are the lives of those who are church nntnban who art lukewarm and in different As a rule they find little difficulty in proselyting thoso who are witIh lutoally plan to visit systematically from atIshort intervals of a day ora week or two depending somewhat upon circumstances and upon the degree of interest or repugnance manifested by the persons visited 1Ontho first visit they aim to leave t suited to the state of mind the person may be in providod thoy t have had an opportunity to ascertain what that state of mind is If the silyi on a person before presenting the i tract There are generally two of them nil they aim to go two by two as tho seventies in tho days of the h Saviour The principal aim in this I first call or visit is to make themselves agrooablo and become acquainted to gain the confidencoof tho pro posedconverts If the Mormon elders or missionaries wore to calla you and find you off your guar IItheywould make themselves so agro that you would bo made to fe- that thoy were about the most plea- p ant follows that you over met They would talk so as to arouse your curiosity but at the same time avoidas far ris possible giving you any clear idea of their real character or inten tions The object of this method is to lead you to welcome them to your houso again iti order to learn mowabout them TO BE CONTINUED burnls sore an il sores of ovary kind apply Ballard Snow Liniment It will give immo d wounRE Welch Jr Il t r Correspondence CountyatIeytontovrn Miss Adele Phelps who has been teaching public school at Tateville is at homoiwith her par outs J C Burnam is weighing nail do livoriug coal to the persons from whom he secured ardors Misses Allio M Waite and Mary Merrill have gone to school at Berea tBourbon County Mlllersburg Mrs Sallio Law son was striken with paralysis nfow days ago This is a second attack he has experienced it is feared she may not recover Sam Breckonridgo has returned from a long visit to Champaign 111 Lizzibe are at sistelr Mrs Denny at Lancaster Robert Madden and family have moved to our town from the country Glad to welcome them expellefrom excess e tanIVC processes purifies the blood and tones up and strengthens the entire system Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr iClay County Ogle M H Frederick visited church at Mudlick Sunday Dora Smith visited relatives he TuesdayAll jaundice victims here are recoveringfSudio Smith returned to her home- o at Flat Lick Wednesday Vinabollo Jourdou is staying with- r her sister Mrs Bright T F Clark visited Flat Lick last weekiGeorge McCrurey and wife visit alat Saturdayea ItThere are few ailments as uncOm- fortable as piles but they can oa ily be cured by using Tablets Bnc eye Pile Ointment Belief follows its pileys t trial Price CO eta in bottles tubes 75 cts S E Welch JrjMason Maysvllle The Bethel Baptist Sunday School will have a Chrismas tree and exercises Wednesday night Dec 26- Wattie Johnson is seriously illat his home in the East ndIRev 0 A Nelson baptized nine converts Sunday afternoon twenty six were added to the CJhurch Mrs L D Henderson is anticipat g a trip to Lexington Christmas Everybody is anxiously awaitng the arrival of old Santa Claus The two little children of rsISallie Morton on the Fleming pike are sick with the fever Any attention they may receive will bo greatly appreciated She is a widow lady without support Persons having news to publish will do well to consult the newspaper syndicate bureau of the Fifth street High School- Tho smallpox scare has about sub ded and everything is going on in a vely way The disposition of children largely depends upon health If they are troubledwith worms they will be ir ritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick Whites Cream VorI mifuge is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 25 eta S E Welch JrICountya of9iday on business Abner Baker who has neon very sick is better at this writing Mr and Mrs W T Isaacs ofI Egypt Jackson county visited relatives here last week W B Combs of Little Buffalo as hero Sunday Mr and Mrs Lewis Caudellof Meadow Creek visited relatives hero last week Their son Alex who lives here returned home with thorn Mr Wm Huff of this place went to Leslie connty Saturday to sea his brother who is sick C B Moores school at tho mouth of Cow Crook closed Saturday with an exhibition ITnylor P Gabbards school closed FridayC Gabbard was on Buffalo Creek a day or two last week Morideth Gabbard and brothers lire visiting relatives in Jackson coun ty this week BT Huff has returned homo from Leslie Co Jackson County Clover Bottom Miss Cora Smith attended Sunday schooln Parks Hill last Sunday ROT W D Smith passed through this place last Monday Miss Ellen Lake cloned her school Doc 7 with an entertainment Tho patrons of the school desiro her re1 turn as teacher tho next term Kerby Knob School closed Dec 1 Tho teacher Mr J W Cope gave entire satisfaction tho attendance during the toms was excellent Mr Cope manifested great intercut in the school Through his efforts and influence funds have been secured to establish a district library Many of our young people have gone to Berea to school others lire preparing to go Lori Durham huts been on a visit in Ohio during vacation On his return he spout a few days among friends and relatives hero and then wont on to Beren to resume his studies His brother Frank has gone with him to enter school- Circuit Court convened Monday at McKee Charlie Jones entered school Berea Wednesday He camo bac ofroa return his studies as soon as ho is able Tho Sunday schools ore preparing or Christmas Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up art of spinning Benin College s finding a market for tho products fireside industry which clay bring education and comfort to many homes Wo can pay for wollwovon llnon 40 conts a yard Joans wallk6 Patent dyos not accoptod old tashlonod Indigo pro forrod For information address JOSEPHINE A HODINSON Homespun Exchange Borea Ky uncv4 OJ OXI lIoad1 tldrl Vr blo lot tnt rtporti rit uUlltr ttk IIow Tn40KuklFULMTIHT ULWTXU Ofl TIAM mCTXCX yAllCOJiSOppUS Patent Office a C- S1SS838S83S3S333S Do Good and Make MoneyB- Y introducing kUseful S FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARSA Nichols and Company Pnblisbers Naperville Ill And itentton THE CITIZEN 1 VORMS n ITHE HOME KilllcJ pro lcm by tho Manacrr Often Heard It A friend of mine likes to toll the different results of two family meth ods In ono of the households there was a confirmed total abstinence plan an abhorrence of alcoholic drinks and tho children woro carefully guarded against oven knowing the taste of liquor In tho other the atsons with lessons of moderation Tho to hid abstainers sons became drunk ards in after life but the boys of tho other family kept from excess anil wero moderate drinkers Such instances no doubt occur sometimes but do thoy justify tho in fcreuco that tho moderate use of li guar is tho wafer plan in raising chil Iron t Wo cannot think so and for several reasons Wo cannot find tho full amount of influence affecting life and character In tho homo cus tomt Tendencies conic into child life from beyond their immediate parents como from grand and great grand parents and an appotito from away back may bo inherited and Homotimo assort its power aguiuHt homo custom anti instruction t- it2know u Wo cannot stop at tho result of moderato use with the children of thin family Their appetite may not break the strength of sell control and prido of character fostered by their strong willed parents nut iu their descendants under other cir cumstauceH it may develop into ruin fnrnkt d brandy Thoy kopt good liquors on their elegant sideboards nail their children grew up in familiarity with tho use of strong drink but what was called ox cessivo drinking was seldom neon iu their day But they sowed tho Hood and tho harvest of drunkenness camo later In my fathers house woro choice liquors and well do nrro111 ra detecting the fact iu my early boy hood that a love of his fine brandy was growing in my nature and Oed bravo mo sense enough to see my dan ger and fly from it young I win taut for that I should have become a drunkard as thousands of others Ain dido3 There is a great deal in tho way things nro taught at homo and when overbearing methods and unreasoning authority are resorted to unction and resistcncc are often brought out and lead when freedom from homo re straints comes to tho very opposite courso of conduct Ilight must be como choice and principle in our hreukI4 It is u fact that children aro in fluouced largely by lulu coon o of their pareuta nail statistics how that as a Chicago Judge has said lI Ninetyfive per cent of all the boys in tho various reformatories are the children of putouts who died through drinkor who lxxama criminals through tho soma cause There is no safety in tampering with liquor It grows ou its users There is danger wherever it is Let it alone except to fight and destroy it Florida Christian Advocate t i Louisville Nashville R R Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 doing Niirlli Train 0 Dullr Leave Berea 1149 u Iichmoad12i20 a m 316pnArritoCiuciuanti lulnc South Train I UIIy mIJ W STEVENS Ticket Aget a A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTT 2 GO Cd TS RQ Sole Pronrlt tore 310 f tit N r lOUIS mi WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEIllotl In QttuiUtr 11rI la Quatr For 20 Yea Has Led all Worm Remedies mBOX DYAXX xtVGraZBX1npa1tkl br r JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 r THE SCHOOL Killlcil byJ WJlIinmore of inn Nor mal Jcarllllllll lIoffA rollwe Discipline Parents who hare signally failed li securing obedience from thoir dill dron often fwl called iiHii to girt advico to tho teacher Thoy gravely offer tho information that you cannot drive John You nmy lead him or coax him but you cannot drive him The idea that tho teacher in a driver is probably u relic of tIlt days when tho chief equipment of the school was n good whip and tho highest ijunlifl cation of tine teacher wan tho ability to use it effectively At once that a comes to tho teachers mental vision a picture of such n parents method It is 1loaso John Como now b a good boy oh do I think might and so on with nil the infloc tious circitmlloxeH foul pleading iu cute of which the voice is capable But John is uswl to this kind of moral suasion nUll takes it for what it is woaknoHs Instead of kinduoss Tho wise teacher thanks trill parent for this insight lath John I ulmrac fur ivinurklug what a good thing itI is for patrons and Uaclicr to have a perfect understanding At tho BOIIIO timo she wonders why it in that peo plo who have utterly failml in controlling their children should bom anxious to luivo the teacher adopt till sanio method mid inwardly dolor mine to take a v rv different coots u What the lay nitxls is flininoMH strength Iwision and this the timsh or supplies using vigorous moans if necessary Tho child soon perceive tho difference between weak coaxing on tho one haul and strong loader ship on tho other and not only adapts himsolf to tho changed twnditioiiH but admiring tho strong will of ono who is ablo to command obodionco imbibe some of that character anil begins to lx solfrontrolliug Many a toys parents lire so weak that he in practically an orphan hilt motto under tho tuition of a strong and HuIri reliant teacher he first learns veal llInllIpline is worth more than all the know ledge gained from Iwoks bt In most iiisily and perhaps only acquired Along with knowle lgu Ainurlonn Journal of Education === =f 1 r1 7irly i Send Ill f1Eto I liThe Citizen Berea Ky 1 And rreviru ntr kly for Uuoj Yoar n Bright Clean Newsy 1 1 Independent Nowspajw I j1THESCHOOL EITHE FARM It has a Good Story n Eby Talmago and the SootingI Le Hon eachttk 4lfBWSuhHcrlho ann iEHont delay f l Hero you a cold A dose of Coup seas Honey of Tar at Innltimo will 1mWelch Jr WANTEUACTIVK MAN Of ntMII rllAR ester to clcllTcrand collect III Ktntiirly bit old UblUljctl munuftcturlng wholwale honw KUI jeur lure Honei more than cxiwrtamw rt iilred Our reference mix bank Iu nny ell Enclave uldrrx e ltnmral enrclo e tclurcn Third Floor Ml Dtartornt OIil Kn iTHE FARM tfcliut by 6 C MAMK lrofcwor ot llottl ColIljIIvo tutu Porests- J Urowii porntiy 1welaaun dapaudforregular since tho denudation ofHO vast timber arwis Inchxmnutcr wo protracted wuroIdry burls f innumerable springs which worn tho reliance of our fathers jceasoHitiroly for months in IIOWI bo driven long dls anent for water to miHtain lifo crop of grain grass fruit and nil vegota eflan MifTor in midsummer often roll 1ingenlirolyover largo Wrens tho fail to HOIK us rain Alter n mwwon tho rains como in tor touts mid waso not tho soil In washiil from tho hillsides dw p gullies nro cut in tho sloping fluids the roots faucet111nrlugrent into the streams nnd by thorn borne to limo ocean 1liw Ohio river which was but two thlIr I as from owy llnxtioii aro l xHinil in when it rtwchw tho height of 71 feet spnnds aver army anti villages along its course tMiuiug grant dostruction nil mcrfinmiles in width through Missouri and Arkansas IA moderate proportion oforr tIproperly distributed romaly this grunt evilor at leant modornto it by holding Imik in tho ngy will anti loaf mould a portion of water unto thus of metl KxUnsivo woodlnwU ore tho very hurt ruwrvoiis for tlIIHICllI lu tiou of surplus watitr which falls as ruin or snow and when tutus of drought fernigN making them froUlIIAgriculture inns lecointt uiiprofita- w froUlIing rooks projecting from n haul sub UllruIIwith wine kinds of forost trees lrtilittiMtlow whklh revive tho wash from those utxxllundH It la well known that n nrlnin iuantityof molMturo is ewMMitinl to Igotnignutor1IIIIply lItUIan an ixjually positive proiHMition that forest growths era inoessary to a regular supply of moiHturo and nn a conscfjuonco to tho succors of ugri cultural crops To lw continiirdl To Whom it may Concern Iilil to certify that wo have invotitigatcd McsHrH Clans L Pot produceYork end find thorn to bo worthy of all credit and financially ohIo to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend thorn to oil dealers in produce as n sound financial hruso to soil to Yours truly DANIELS COMMNT Bankers 0 Wall St ft W Broadwiiy rSpts 1000 Now York JI7OI BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over art Teachers 700 Students from HO Statcs Hoit r College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS yearsModelcertificateApplied mon and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Coiirso Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for Collogo for business mid College Course Literary Philosophical Classical ror life Music Reed Organ Choral moo Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help thonifiolvos toward a Christian alum cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fo payfar2100 about X14 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method istfl Presbyterians told good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice add rasa the VicoPrcsident OEO T PAIUCIIILD L L D Bercu MaUUon Co ICy C I iTrS