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Rev JOHN Villa xtrnng Iltml of tAe dam VOL II A Family BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1901 Fifty cents a joar NO IDEAS Tho things which tho Masons claim to do for fellow MUHOIIH are things which ovury Iruo muti duos for all his fellowmen Stick to your Now Years resolu lions If you win keep thorn ono lay you can keep thou JMUi days by GUlls help Stand by tho Sunday School and church services through tho winter God sends Sunday every week bu cnuso wo need it Plum to wake mJro oh of your land this ynar put in moro brain and more sweat lit Oh why wont you marry mot 1111 dead in lure with you SUB Well its your funeral Take Notice llov A E Thomsouj well known to our citizens will hold a protracted mooting in College Chapel nt tho mill of this month All churches will bo invited to cooperate MIo of Christ In rioturost a sermon on tho mill of our Lord iltus tilted with splondod storeoptican views will bo given at tho Korea Church HOUHO by Brother Burgess tho now pastor Sunday nt7 p in To Our New Readers TUB CITIZBV is now being mailed to a miinlxr of new readers who harm uot8nhcribl1 for tho paper A kind friend hue subscribe for you and tho paper will bo snot without uipotiHo to you for a few weeks This gift sub scription will include tho paper for Jan milt After that if tho CITIZEN in to con- tinuo its Visual you mint send us the subscription price fifty cents Wo ask you to enjoy tho paper while it is coming as a gift and care fully consider whether you had not bwt provide for having it como regu larlyNotice how torch rending matter thorn is each weok Notice what pond reading matter is furnishedNotice them in something for young and old Notice that every number contains items of gnat rulun e FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Ministers at 1ckin have not yet reached a decision in tho peace negotiations The weather in Europe is extreme Jy cold and southern Italy is covered with snow for the flint time in many years Lonl Roberts has been made an earl by Queen Victoria Tho Boors havo iuvadixl Capo Colony anti WOO moro uteri lawn boon asked for from England IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Phillip D Armour tho millionaho pork packer of Chicago Is dead Students of all the leading colleges ore to bo invited to tako part in the MjKinloy inauguration parade COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho January term of tho Franklin Circuit Court convened Jon 8 and in dictments against those charged with complicity in tho Ooobol assassination worn coutinuad to the spring tern In his charge to tho grand jury Judgo Cantrill took occasion to say that ho disagreed with tho ministers educators and press in their boast of great achievements in tho center just closet Ho said that Willie intel lectual development had progressed it haul done HO to tho exclusion o moral education and as a couscqnouco tho standard of morality is constantly retrograding and crima increased al most in tho same degree as intellect ual development huts progressed- In time Stato Fiscal court tho Rich Water t Light Co and thu Pad tlcul Water Co wero fined 1000 each and tho Louisville Public Warehouse Co iOn for failing to report to tho Au ditor for their franchise valuations Tho now election law which is to i suMjrscde tho famous Goebol law will go into effect next Sunday week H a Tho Court of Appeal is hearing ur gumonta in tho Hnward caso Judge ORoar has taken lug scat in tho Court of Appeal The star witness in tho Bpqz and Broth lazing cases at West Point was Cadet son of fur nam of tho Court of Appeal Bur nam was boa toutmale Judge James Dontou of Somesot will bo nplolntOO to succeed J W Yorker us Internal Ravonuo Collector for tho 8th district d e i mtaandfferTHE CITIZEN 00ILocals and Personals Preaching at tho Baptist Church tonight Miss Julia Uowlutl Ins returned from Conway Irof Mason is confined to his room from In grippoiMiss Mattie Gillen of Richmond is homo for 11 few days Miss Sallio Ann Doris has been very ill from pneumonia Mrs Erasmus Todd is quite sick nt her home on Chestnut St Mrs Frost of Riga N Y in visiting her son Ralph at Vies Fronts Married Jan 8 nt Lowell Mr Goo LOat all and Mrs Mary White Mr and Mrs W M Pigg of Tusco Ilu JJIare visiting Mr IL J Pigg Will Graham of Tuscolu Ill is the guest of Miss Tilii Robinson J W Stephens who wan sick last week is again on duty at tho depot W T Lutes of Alstyno Toms is visiting his sister Mrs IJO Duncan Mrs Will Durbin of Richmond is tho guest of her cousins tho Misses DuncanMrs P Green of Millorsburg is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Gilloii Pat Kearns and son of Winchester visited relatives hero Saturday And Sunday Erastus Spenco has buill n storo on tho corner of Elder Ave and Ows ley street Pros and Mrs Frost entertained Friday evening in honor of Rev and Mrs Burgess Miss Jonnio Estjll on account of ill health returned last week to her homo at Lexington Mrs Minerva Moody ono of tho antobollum students of Boroa Col logo has moved hero Elder A Richardson spent several days in Lexington last week purchas ing livory equipment Mrs A W Titus returned Monday to Lexington whore she is matron of tho Colored Orphans Homo yisilingIis back with tho Misses Richardson- Bo sure to hoar the laughing philosopher Dr Hawks who appears in the lecture course Saturday night Miss Cora Novillo who has been visiting her uncle Hiram Pigg will FOOU leave for her homo Co largo 111 Dr Lusk received telegram Sun day announcing tho death of his broth erinlaw Win Morris at Rush O T Largo numbers of now students aro still corning in and special pains aro being taken to provide both classes and boarding for all F B Crook who took morphiuo nl tho Hotel Cincinnati last Tuesday night with suicidal intent is now said to bo out of danger Rov C II Palmer who was re cently appointed Prohibition Evan gelist for tho 8th district loft Mon day for Junction City where ho will make his headquarters- Mrs Ellen Butler Miss Fuuuio Browning Thomas Butler Archie Ballard Howard old Schuylor Best who have been spending the holidays with frionds near Boron have return ed to their liomo at Springfield 0 DII lostyworn mounted In black frames Moroccofbring them to Tho Citizen office and receive a reward Thanks to tho efficient caro of Miss Van Horn of tho Nurses School and her helpers wo have managed new ber of cases of measles in surh a way as to carry tho students through com fortably with small loss of time and no unpleasant consequences Boron students have far bettor health on tho avorago than any equal number of young people at their homes And wo nro saying goodbye to tho measles for this year The Mountain boys met JonJ 1901 in room No i Lincoln Hall and or SociotyThoP M Fryo President J CTny Vic Pros S J Frnzier Secretary J C Engle Assistant Soc J 0 Jones Chaplin J L Jones Editor J D Creech Critic B F Robinson Trans over C B Anderson Sorgeautat Arms P A Smith J W Wells R L Howard Committee on Program noOICEH T WASHINGTON J rIMadison County Tho Indies of tho M E Church Richmond netted 20 at the Court Day dinner Tho residence of Mr B F Death orago about 1 miles from Richmond was destroyed by fire Friday night Loss S100Q No insurance Tho farm recently owned by M V Pigg on the Irvine pike 3 miles oast of Richmond was sold last weok to W W Pigg for S 38 per aero Tho farm comprised ISO acres Tho Bard of Tax Supervisors mot in Richmond Monday at 1 p m County Clerk White issued the following marriage licenses yesterday Jessie Alexander pad Saute B Carpenter of Big Hill J Allen Moberly and Haiti War mouth of Cottons burg B J Hudgins and Sallie Wil cox of Silver Creek Tho Ford Indox says A peculiar disoaso has appeared among horses at Brussfiold and several have died Tho horses suddenly go blindand af tor a row hours die No ono seems to know what the disease is Feeding worm eaten corn to horses will pro duoo liko results Ed CITIZEN Rev D G Combs tho mountain evangelist has a monthly appoint ment at ML Zion church Eld L H Reynolds has accepted the call to sorvo Speedwell church for tho year 1001 The census for WOO gives the pop ulation of Madison county as 25607 of Richmond 1653 and Borea This does not include tho and faculty of Borea College The week of prayer is being ob served in tho Richmond churches The stores close from 330 pm to 130 p m This Ias it should bo County Court was attended by a large crowd Monday Business was unusually good and very few drunk- worn recorded Cattle sold well A bunch of 500pound 2 year old steers sold at 11 cents Stoppers f00 to 700 pounds sold at 3Itouts 700 pound heifers at 3j cents Fifty snoop owos brought 2 per head Horses sold well from JCn to S 126 mules from 75 to S 150 Rev W R Lloyd late pastor of the Christian church Richmond has accepted call to Youngstown Ohio Annual Church Meeting Annual meeting of the Borea Church with dinner etc was an on joynblo event A handsome lounge was presented to Rev Wm Lodwick as a token of gratitude for his as acting pastor Tho now pastor Dr Burgess was present and seemed nj ouco liko an old friend Now offi cots elected woro 0 E Nixon and Reuben Preston deacons Mrs Prof Dinsmoro SupL of Junior Endeavor SundaySchool staying with President Frost while getting ready for their homo iu the house vacated by Mr Malutffoy on tho Richmond pike Ho will have study in tho Towner entry of tho Chapel loaisville Nashville R B 1900CluingLonroBeroa1119amArrive Ji15pmArriveGoing South Train 1 natty pmArrJ W STEVENS Ticket Aget 1 Booker T Washington- Mr Booker T Washington whose portrait appears this week is one of tho market men of our times Born a slavo in Wont Virginia ho earned and saved the money for aka edu cation graduated at the Normal and Industrial Institute at Hampton Va and started a school of his own at nskcegee Ala and has now built it up until it enrolls over ono thousand students a year While doing this groat work Washington has constantly studied and improved himself Ho has made the acquaintance of leading educators and public men north and southand has in ovory way conducted himself In such a manner as to make friends for himself and hia race Such a life is a line example to be studied by both white and colored boythatself if ho will and it shows to every white boy that his neighbors have souls liko his own It is well to remember that the American Negromcame to this country against his will but his ancestors have lived here for many generations This is his country as much as it is tho country of the Irishman or the Italian or tho German immigrant It is his country by right of birthand every true patriot should wish to help the Negro acquire tho education and habits of industry which will make him a good citizen ofsvery had taught him a little of indus try but after all he felt that labor was a wrong and was naturally in the habit of shirking Besides this undor sla very the Negro did not have to pro vide for himself and BO failed to learn forethought and self control hassJSorno colored families as might havo been expected were made drunk by their freedom and have become more lawless and brutal but others who had had a littlo education to begin with or tho friendly encouragement of white neighbors started on tho upward path On the whole tho United States Census shows that the colored people of the South have made as much progress in proportion to their ability and op portunity as any of their neighbors Tho great wisdom of Booker T Washington has been that ho has tough his people to ropy upon their forshas said again and again No matter what wrongs I may suffer I am not going to halo anybody And he has said again and again I wish my people to pay attention to those evils which they can themselves cure Nobody can prevent a Negro from working from saving from going to school If we use our opportunities in this direction we shall prosper The colored troops in the regular theawar with Spain did their duty like men There aro not many won like Booker T Washington but overy year there will bo more Tho great Exposition at Atlanta whichIshpwed their industry thoir thrift and their capacity for improvement Wo may well believe that the colored population if suitably encour aged and guided will contribute its share to the prosperity and glory of this great An Weekly Dovoted to tho Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR Tutor Burnam places Stagg colored 0 z7vv z7 Z ii7 Read Reflect Act Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to take effect January i 1900 In order to meet our obligations by Jan 1St it wilt be necessary for us to do the greatest busi mustti0bring about this result quick than g Extraordinary Low Prices cAfter a careful consideration we concluded to name such i peopleto veryIstore for the future Now we know everybody knows that we always have I given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall Iour stock of I blocs and Boys Clout Foraishiags Hats aol DeSOfi Is better stronger and More Original than ever before course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those I who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement Covington Banks Richmond Ky E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Shot Art Gallery C I OQQ Pftprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but tho best finish at tho low est price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Iletldence No 02 Office No 60 WANTKDACT1VK MAN OF GOOD CHAR oldeCAblJNoncetymorethanerperlenaertytired city a aUaMroatOd WD enveloie atCWago PISOS CURE FOR UN wn R ALL fns gat fleet IIesInCONSUMPTION BO YEARS EXPERIENCE A TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a tketrh end roar InientIonIprobablypetenlibleCflm ualwUonsitrlctlroonOderitUl Handbook on Patents tent tree Oldest p for nerurmirpatenu 1atenu taken through theScientificA baneSonel Illnttrated weeklr Tmt drculalkm of any clentina Journal Terms U a SodbydlnewdeferaMVNN IJIllch Ollloe GIll Y stWuhnjrtoo 207 WEST Vt IDO YOU SEE CLEAR 2 I IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON I Jeweler and Optician tMain Strut Saga Ky syaFREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson NoveltiusUobinsonyour crippled clock or watch to him AttentionKentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen isa neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time Tho best pen made is the Parker Jolnt1ess Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from Book Store Every pen and can moneyrofunded Write for prices Mail Ordure Stationarypromptly KyJune JeC MORGAN SurgeryOjJlc6 1108 P tit National Bank Building Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades ISendr iI t I Lt Vile Tested and Jar 60 cti or SOtwp ct stamp IWe have an 60 page AdnmaSU Toledo Ohio and mention the Citizen tt1N NlNN ost R liable MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Goods Retailers vicinity that we are showing this FALL themost Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual with us everything bought here can be Call and see our line before buying elsewhere MAIN STREET Independent College WARRANTED Furnishing Douglas Bro- sRiahmQnd Pr ISRYAUS nlustratedCatalogue StylestNPli FurnishingsWe asbeing207 WEST MAIN STREET ITEMS OF INTEREST- he Nw of the World Condensed Mud Collated for the lleneflt at the holy Reader hiMONDAY chCharlesBaxRWclmcr Is dead John C Sims secretary of the Pennsylvania Hallway Co is dead Former United States Senator Jus W Bradbury died at his home In Au gusta Me of bronchitis He was born in 1802 There arc smallpox cases In over 100 counties in Missouri and rigid quarantine falls to stop the progress of the disease Oreat uneasiness Is raanlfcstcd among the night station men on the lOr line of Chicago owing to a serIes of recent holdups Cape Town calls loudly for strong reinforcements The invaders suc cesses may cause an uprising of the Dutch in tho colony Gen Feng Tse Taal has received orders from the empress dowager to proceed with his army of 15000 men to the Yang Tse valley Eight men were suffocated by smoke in the Harvard hotel Minne upolis Minn The lire originated in a furniture factory in the rear There will be a large representation of the colleges and universities of the United States in the Inaugural parade in Washington March 4 The Molokaneu a sect numbering 40000 whose founders removed in 1840 from various parts of Russia to the Caucasus contemplate euxlgrat lug to America- A big battle was fought between the Colombian forces and the under Gen Uribe The battle in a defeat for the latter who broke Into small parties Gen Uribe es caped Ilillip D Armour the multl mil Bonaire packer of Chicago died at his home in that city after an Illness of two years Ills wealth is estimated at between 30000000 and 50000000 Ills death will have little effect the outward working of the grea enterprise with which he had been so closely identified SUNDAY LI Hung Chang is seriously the settlement of the troubles aGa China are again decayed A crusade against vice in Louisville Ky resulted in the Indictment o 41 gamblers on various counts A specific reward of 13000 is now ottered for the arrest of Pat Crowe suspected of kidnaping Eddie Cudahy and nothing is said in the offer Cunningham president of the Bank of Joplin Mo received a letter through the mall demandin that he place 1000 in gold in a and deposit it at a designated south of Joplin If he should to 50shootAs a result of a protracted series of experiments with salt solutions two prominent physicians of Chicago claim to have demonstrated that InIcases of great loss of blood by dlsIease or injury normal salt solution used as a restorative will save life even when 90 per cent of blood ha been lost Only the powerful influence of Ben jamin Morris father of Nellie Morris who was murderously attacked by Walter Wine stock near Hackney prevented a mob of his neighbors from going to McConnellsvflle 0 and dealing out summary justice to it the wretch who cowers within thet 1 walls of the Morgan county jail SATURDAY Brig Gen R N Bachelder U a retired Is dead- Annouucemnt was made that Adm Kautz will be retired January 29 A bill to restore capital punishment has been introduced in the Colorado legislatureCapitalists are preparing to build a railway line from Louisville Ky to Port Royal S C Three separate columns are pu suing Gen De Wet in Cape Colony with no success beyond taking a feu prisonersAt Jose Cal Mrs Conrad Huff was arrested charged with firing the house and cremating four of her stepchildrenThe government vvi erect a building and make an e hibit at the Pan American exposition- Buffalo N Y The naval board of construction has decided to almost completely reo habilitate the cruiser Baltimore at a cost of 500000 Two colored men Jim Denson and his half brother were taken from TheyhadReports from the Philippines tell of many small captures destruction of insurgents camps and the seizure of supplies animals and other nece- shies Seventeen welltodo farmers on the Oneida Indian reservation hayCbeen arrested charged with cutting timber belonging to the government worth 48000 Miss Nellie Morris at Hackney 0 was attacked with a razor by Walter A Wen stock lIe cut her across the neck severing the muscles and iatObare the jugular vein Miss hands were cut to pieces in her mn attempt to rescue herself from the man She was fatally wounded Yen stock was arrested and narrowly es caped lynching w T atTBermuda Smallpox has been discovered In the downtown district jf ChicagoI Lord Roberts has taken charge of s new position ns commanderin ief of the British army In Scarcy county Arkansas four farmers are dead and ten more seri ously ill from drinking wood alcohol There Is an unconfirmed report that Count you Waldcrsee was killed by an officer of the allied troops at Peking Gens Fitzhugh Lee and James H Wilson are to be returned as briga diers and Gen Shatter as a major generalBids were opened for the construction of a new department of justice building of marble The bids will be sent to congress- It is announced that Li Chang and Prince Chlng are prepared to sign the agreement as soon as it Is ready for signature The report of Inspector General Knox on inspection of the national soldiers homes shows them to be in a high state of efficiency Cashier E C Remmc of the New port German national bank is under arrest charged with falsifying rec ords and aiding and abetting the fcunif to be done A Chicago manufacturer was held to the criminal court for importing workmen without informing them of the existence of strike troubles ills 6 plant in Chicago Washington has been selected as the site for the proposed replica of the Lafayette monument erected i Paris with the contributions American school boys Colondy ing parties sweeping country f horses plundering loyalists and ca rying off everything eatable TllUnSUAY The public debt was dccreal 1083565 during the mouth of December The total coinage by the United 137699to was Lord Roberts had an audience with Queen Victoria at the Osborne house An earldom was conferred upon him unknown colored man was nched by Negroes near Qultman He had assaulted a small Negro girl kidnaptIt for three o wpunishmentEdward Cudohy Jr failed to iden prisonertwas released The 2yearold grandson of John D Rockefeller died of scarlet inner tbte governewere 8 an increase as compared with De 1899 of 57404 An entire family at New Sweden Ban were stricken by trichinosis The father end a daughter are dead They etc smoked sausage which had not been cooked The Cuba constitutional convention is considering tie acceptance of the wonroeput on a war footing to help the United States in case such is ever neededlGea s move o ward Bethlehem but was headed olby Pllcher and retreated tow Lindley or felts The invaders have reached Glenharny in the heart of the disaffected portion of Cape Colony 1AtliC1C1S 7AExtra butchers 4 SO ril 4 1- 1CALESbtra flOOS Choice packers 5 17ra 17 21 il Mixed packers 5 00 IS- 6HEEP Extern 3 85 00 LArnSEx 5 60 FLOUR Spring pat 3 95 4 35 WHEAT NO 2 red rCORNNo2 mixed II 31 OATS No 2 mixed 2Ss 55rHAY Best timothyr 14 SO 00vBUTTER Ch dairy 14 Choice creameryI Y0ri APPLESCh to fancy 300r 3 25 POTATOESPer brl 1 65 W 1 75 TOBACCO New 10 00 all 25 11Old 1200IL14 73 390zWIIEATNo 2 red 77 m 79 No3 spring 70 76 CORYo2 w 37 OATSNo2 22Yact 27 RlEoo 52 53 tLAtDYorkI 95YCORNNo2 mixedC 40bOATSNo 2 mixed s RYE 57 PORK Family 1480 15 00 45sDultlniore WHEATNo2 red 7tila7TSouthern 72 77r 4 No 2 mixed 42 4- 2OATSNo2 mixed 28 tl 28y CATTLEButchers 4 75 5 00 OGSWestern 5 50 5 Louisville FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 70 WHEAT No 2 redI 77 Mixed r 41 Mixed 26I DrsdlcIaapollIWHEATNo iCOBNNo 2 mixed 265 No a aixtd 23t ACTS j AMCIES foR ADS AND ai t LASSIES gTALE OF THREE DOGS Their Action were a very Fair He flection of the Manner of 11ItrIIcboIbsday she says I was walking from the city to the hospital It It a long walk and I was alone Just as I had cleared the city and was climbing a near some kill a dog came walking towarcIIme He had a wet of ailillkput two soft paws up to waist and looked Into my face mJI be would say Good vinyl I dont who you are but I want you to Ion and oh I know you will Every nbody don I am sure the world must be full of love What deep expressive brown eyes ht altbougbbe withra atood a moment and petted him H eeemed to expect 1L Presently I bade and another dog lie was a tiny black fellow and his small eyes fairly danced with mirth as they peeked out from beneath theft hairy lids He was evidently desiroui of play lie darted toward me and clr wagglnhisagain I threw up my gloved kind doggyHe like i flash looking back every moment at You1Isoreras disgusted So I walked on It nos some momenta before I sa n another dog but just as I was turning into the broad firbordered arena leading to the hospital I spied a big- spotted fellow trotting toward me A he neared me he looked up with a bidding eye and began to tuck his ta close to his hind legs He came on- and as he passed I grasped a fold a my dress which was dragging on tli fr1ghterhimto run down the road I looked lac end he stopped at some distance an seemed to watch me probably to see i I had meant to strike him Ill learn something about tht Lame life of these dogs I sold to my selfI found that the brownpott dog was called Pete He was the pet en invalid She would not jump an lovegentlelovingThe little black fellow was Bounce ie was the pet of a family of boys and girls He played with them all day aleeJ1nThe last dog was Dick Poor tamlily TIlE PET OP AN INVALID to put his head in at his masters door for fear of ax kick At night he sought shelter from the cold and snow anywhere he could find It When I met him he was doubtless returning from goodicome her And such dogs oa poor Dick ar quick to find anybody with a kind heart ike Christines So I have begun to think dogs art like looking glassee reflecting tb manners of their masters in their own If I hind a dog Id want him to be Ilk Pete but if I were a boy or girl IdI want him to be like Bounce Told About Mrs Parvenu A woman who unexpectedly came Into a fortune established a country home where she lived in style One day she was showing some of her 0ld41mfI friends the place when they came to the poultry yard What beautiful they exclaimed All prig fowl haughtily explained Ute hostess Do they lay every day was the next question Oh they could of course I was Ute reply but in our position it Is not necessary lotthem to do sol BABOON AS A SOLDIER Jocks U Illi Name and III llraver Mmlr Him the Tel or mi Ing lJh Itejclment During the war In South Africa tbt amusing mail boulevard 1arlslani be rumoIavidity for It tainted at once to a pleasing shortage of men In the British army and a satisfying ferocity fbe satin story grew out of the foci that one British reglmtmt the duke Edinburghs own volunteer rifles real did have attached to It an Immense ba lodlersIroad and Serge Pearson took him un luugIbtfore JOCICO REFRESHING HIMSELF enIa Whaetn were aa officerUa theIvngotn a monkey Investigation showed that tbke workingtrolled off and holding fast to movable articles that were bouncing up and down wildly as the wagons Jolted along the rocky road Not long afterward the monkey wa a Maxidlpouredein men fell mortally wounded Jacko In stead of scampering away imitated the action of tho survivors and sought upturnrdleather Infiallleby jectilesThis exploit made him a popular fa vorite with the entire army corps and the men even excused him when they discovered during an arduous march ID heat and dust that Jocko had found out how to unscrew the stoppers ol the canteens and that he had drunk or wasted almost all the water of the regimenthto chase WeDet and his success in this field has been at least ss great si has that of the human soldiers Lon don Letter Bean Slav a Good Tim From Centre county Pa cornea the new that bears are more plentiful in that region than for many years and little tame lid wild they to be everywhere One day a big black bear made its appearance in sight ofI the courthouse in Bellefonte took a IIthenday en one of the mountain branches of the Pennsylvania railroad two bears came out of the woods and gtraintie fairly shriek but the bears were tstrack they jogged along sully casionally sitting down to teat an kept up this performance for two miles The engineer did not dare to run over them for fear of wrecking the train so he jogged along behind the until they got reedy to take to th woods again Parson Silences a Lawyer A clergyman was giving evidence Iil opposIngPray elr he cried do you know the difference between a horse and a cow Indeed replied the reverentcgentleman I hardly know ence between a horse and a cow or between a bull and a bully only a bull am told has horns and a bully here he made bow to the 1w111 luckily for me baa none A VICTIM OF MORPHINE IInliIIlnIUAmong the prisoners In the wor house on Hlnckwella Island U a talented young physician about what there is a deep mystery Dr John Hamilton was the name ho gave when he appeared before Mnglstrate Olmtitcd about six weeks ago and naked to be sentenced for six mouths that ho might make one last despr- y ate effort to free himself from e morphine JmbltINow that he lies been wrested the clutches of the drug to fromI last become a veritable slave r Hamilton Is frequently called on to serve as an assistant to the surgeons In operations In the workhouse ho- rpltnl nnd his skill as a physician recognized That he la of high social position and refinement no one can doubt after seeing him Ills manner is that of a gentleman at all times but he has confided nothing of his IiIDr James B Moore of 335 Hast phyttciar8n told however how Dr Hamilton came to be there One day last September a sallow faced thin gawky young man SENTENCED HIM TO SIX WONTIIH IMPRISONMENT into my office at No 319 East Fort first street Dr Moore explained and consulted me about treatment for the morphine habit He said he was physician and implored me pitifully to help him overthrow away of the drug theI Dr Moore asked the young man to his identity but a shake of Lead was his only response Dr Moore then suggested to h caller that he go to a police court and oak to be sentenced to the workhouse on Hlackwells Island to which he readily consented Dr Moore accom panled him to court and Magistrate Olmsted sentenced him to six months imprisonment on the formal charge of narcotism That very day the roner was sent to lllnckwellw Illandl- allll Dr Moore began work on I ascertained said Dr himIWorld reporter that begun his downward course by tak- Ing an elixir because he was a et ferer from rheumatism and wnatc to relieve himself from the pain Then he began taking doses of cod ln This became too expend as hie doses became more frequent and he then began to take morphs hypodermic injection The day came into my oflVce he was almost a complete wreck Well we have cured the man He serer takes the drug nt all and has latelyItnot touch It He It is his In ten IIcityce 111lOapltalanything further about himself hr Lam convinced that his name Is not Hamilton certainly not John lIam1- 1IltonN Y World IIASouth Africa Snaking of this shlpj Ilqumo n the degradation of Africa It Is exaggeration to say that there axis no greater enemy to Africa and peoples than this debating and d ating evil There lrnogreaierobelac to the progress of civilization in Africa than the Increasing importation ot lipreadingJn superstition and barbarism Tho nds are daily sinking to depths P0l50dstantly importing in enormous quan ties to destroy manhood and arrest UK development of the continent 1nyeof Wisconsin Brewers association sn beer drinking is on the decrease in the Badger state The days of fortune ma- ag in breweries has pOlled and se eral large establishments now fall return their fair percentage on ti money invested This condition has been brought about In large measure by in creased consumption in homes people drink beer at home says Uagemelster they are satisfied when thirst is appeased In saloons the or treating feature makes them d a great deal more The result to OLe bnwer can be easily umdUisUjoa THE SUNDAY SCHOOL iian In the International Series tot January 18 1IMU The Fri auiiihal Iutrr TRXTIJrJupaIus clplrs vlllaltlInn sea tied and a colt with her loot nnd bring Ihrm unto nrnIIInd And If any man say ought unto you shall My rhe Iord hint need of them themk be fulllllnt which was rpokrn by the prophet ttraYinTell ye the daughter of Slon Deltoid thy King comcth unto thve meek and sit ting upon an ass and a colt the foal of an BM Jawcommanded7 And brought the am und Ihewll and on thrm thulr clothe and they set rlllm thereon S And a wry great multitude spread thrlt dlwilIIIIltndttIand that follow e l cried faying llsianiM 10 the Hon of David Illeaed Is lie that llatannaInIt And when he was come Into Jeriltfl WhoIIJesuslp oastboughttables of the iminey chuncrr and the seats of them that tflld staves lofhoubut ye have made It a n of thieve toJllmIS And when the chief priests and scribes andthetiledthuuhatthm Yea have ye never read Out ef the mouth of babe sad sucklings thou nail Ilfrfr11Id irtlieT And He left hum and went out of the thernliUlllltN al loriliThe Incident of the lesson occurred on Sunday April S and 3 A n M It is one of thup great facts In the life of our Silt lour which mitt rcoordnl Ijj Thefollowing anA1 The Multitudes Olu Him HsmjrVer111 1 He Clensea the Temple Ver IWI tChlMreo Elsa lMnMsVer IT woitI rlttalkingyould solar Snnir early pilgrim rH farted that tit was at Bethany So a crowd started out to meet Him On their way they broke off branches ol imlms an a sign of victory In the inoanuklle other pilgrim who trod wnJtooILJrnrtfore them back to the city One fantlon would sing the song In verse 9 and the others would shout f he chorus of Hosanrm which means Save now fhb was part of me Hallel or pral c Imlms which tyros often challtted ns pilgrims come Into lem Kind In Luke J94J whether the King sightofBethany It was the next day Mon fromthe fordg E andIfoundtlaroundheused a scourge of cords possibly not on the men but on the cattle that He thetablesIndignationtlgalnsttouching It Is In connection with this severity of dealing with the traOlck en In the temple to read And the InioftAnllthechildrenInthroe in every who IslnsJsnaoChrist thoughtheysalJesus Instead of being convinced Indignationr theletbemlelvCIIolrBfust preconceptionsraythe leaders Ihralllife On Sunday returntocleansingreturn to Bethany ThistleylIThe skeptic stands on his head and worldv buteatthebody theMqII iicw pee mustviUnl1entandlDIrBAAS Honh JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great I Storyf Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAPTEIl VII Continued Tho gamblers taco niul the gam tiers manner ate the same all over lie world Always tlio same Irapassl lit watchfulness Always the same bullying cruelty or catlike feline cruelty Always the same lurking tri umph and the same lurking sneer at the victim The same quiet satisfaction that gamesters will be geese anti gamblers are deputed to pluck them the same suppressed chuckle over tho efforts of tills luckless to re trieve bad luck the ssmu calm confi deuce that the lucky player will by and by back the wrong curd the wrong color or the wrong number ntul the bunk will take back Its loss es What lianl faces they wean Venrfor their faces seem masks merely dropped only at stealthy mo ments Always the snmo look and IICIDO manner Young and beautiful fares curdle into it Women even I have seen women the slaves of the hells tholr ilet Us kept whose faces would have been fair and young If thin ugly mask could but be torn ItnyilI men and nil women who make prey of their follow who lie In wait to seize mid dismember broth ers and ulsters get this same relent lens expression It fixes Itself deep rut on a gambler he muatthold the panic countenance first lsmi llghtlnif until Indignant dawn pales the sickly light of lumps and the first morning air creep In to stir the luavyhearUd atmosphere and show that It is poison 1vo scan villains just like those two Hid Brent in every hell In l unx and America They always go In pairs a tiger and a snake a bully and n whredlcr Mind and mutter The old part nership like yours and mine Xpxt morning the two strangers were frue anti accepted members of till rty They travelled on with us without question Smith the gaunt QuWtal n rough frankness of maui lur lUiblnson was low comedy His hrml was paekcd with scurvy jokes snd stories Ho lund n foul leer on hula fare whenever he was thinking his own thoughts Hut either If sudden ly startled showed the unmistakable lank that announces worm crime than mere knavery They tangled their names no that we perceived that each was an alias falo name hastily assumed Smith r mKtrcd sixshooters with me I detected on his the nnme Murker half erased Once too Itrent heard Murker alias Smith coil lila partner Larrup Larrap Is appropriate said I when Itrant told me this just the nsnie for him as that unlucky mule branded A A A could testify The long mfllan studied my face when he made that slip to see If luau hiiinl He might as well have Inspected air for the mark of his traitorous syllables pYou claim that your phiz Is so covered with lielroglyphs inscriptions of fine feeling that there is no room to write suspicions of other incas vii lany A clean heart keeps a clean face A guilty heart will announce Itself at ryes and lips anti checks and by a thousand tremors of the nerves I have no prejudice against the family Larrnp hut when loll rrllJIII mate poke tho nnme he looked at me as If he had been committing a murder anti lund by nn Irresistible Impulse proclaimed time fact Look at bun now how he starts and half turns whenever one of our hones makes a clatter He dArn not quite look back lie knows there Is some timing after him The dread of a vengeance you Ihlnk I tire of these unwholesome char Icier I am describing But I did not put them into the story They took thntllbrulRIIIJand not lives Brutality the sin disloyalty the female rfn these two tin always doing their best to homo and blight heroism nnd purity Often they succeed Oftener they fall And so the world exists and Is not an nulled its history Is the history of the struggle and tIme victory This episode of my life is a brief of the worlds complete experience CHAITEU VIII A MORMON CAnAVANIStill us we rode rich tranquil days of October Early on one of time fairest of after noons when ull were fairest we reach eel Port llrldgcr Urldger hod been on old hunter trapper and by and by that forlorn hope of civilization the luckier of nn Indian tradingpout The tipot Is better known now It was there that miserable bungle and blun der of nn administration more fool f that be possible than knavethe CTormon expedition in 1858took refuge after Its disasters on the Sweet water At the moment of our arrival Brldgers Fort lund just suffered cap ture Its owner was missing Time jld fellow lund deemed himself the miattcr sovereign of that bleak and 0 region He had built nn adobe fort with a palisade on a sweep plain n degree less desert than time crts hard by That oasis was his sis so he fondly hoped that mud ort his mud fort those willows and alders lila thickets and the trade his trade But Brldger was one man and he had iwcrful neighbors It was n case of Naboths vineyard The Mor mons did not love the rugged moun taineer that worthy Gentile In turn thought the saints no better than so many of tho ungodly Time Mormons coveted oasis fort thicket nnd trade They accused time old fellow of selling powder and ball to hostile Indians to Walker chief of the Utcs a scion no doubt of time Hooker Walker brunch of that family Very likely he had done so At oil events it was a good pretext So In the name of the 1rophet nnd Urlglinni sue cessor of tIme 1rophel tIme Lat terDay Saints had miide a raid ujion the pout llrldgcr escaped to mountains The captors occupied tho Gentiles property und spoiled his goodsJake Shumberlaln told us this story not without some symimthy for the exileIts olluz so utiys Juke 1uul plants and Apoliyn gets the Increase Not that llrldgers like Iaul inoren wert like Apoliyn limit were gonn to have all the cider oil hula uj ple trees Im sorry old Urldger has come to grief said Hrent to lue ns we rode over the plain toward the fort He wns n rough but worth oil time Lat terDay Saints this side of Armnged don lllddulph and I stayed n week with him last summer when we came from the mountains about Luggernel Alley How far is Luggernel Alley from this spot Fifty miles or sn to the south and east I almost fancy I recognize it In that slight notch In time line of the blue sierra on the horizon I won der if I shall ever see It again If It were not so late I should insist upon taking you there now There Is no such gorge in time world There are several of them some boiling some cold ns Ice nnd one the Champagne Spring wastes In the wilderness the most delicate sparkling exhilarating tipple that ever reddened a lip or freshened n brain Walt half a century then you anti I will go there by rail with our grandchildren for draughts of tho Fountain of Youth I should like to spend n honeymoon there If I could find a wife plucky enough to cross time plains How well I remembered nil this conversation afterwards and not long afterwards We rode up to time fort A dozen or so of somewhat rubbishy soldiers the garrison were lounging about Will they expect a countersign nuked Iomt slogan of their vul garised Islamism Islamlsm name of the religion of the Turks that allow polygamy IlIordIJI replied Brent Only the world can care about assailing this dismal den Jnke and the main party stopped at the fort We rode on a quarter of n mile farther and camped near a stream where the grass was plenteous Fulnno and Pumps are In better condition that when we started said I while we were staking them out for a long feed The mustangs have had all the drudgery these aristo crats must be set to do their share soon They nro In prime racing order If we had them in training for three months for a steeplechase or a flight or o rescue they could not be in better trim than this moment I suppose their time to do their duty must be at hand they seem so ardent for It- We left our little caballadn nibbling daintily at the sweetest spires of selfcured hay and walked back to the fort We stood there chatting with the garrison Presently Brents quick eye caught some white spots far away on the slope of the prairie like sails on the edge of a dreamy sunny sea Look said he there comes a Salt Lake emigration train Yes said a Mormon of the garri son thats Elder BIzzums train Their forerunncrcamc In this morning to choose the campingspot rhere they bel two hundred oxteams a thousand Saints bound for the Prom- Ised Land lie walked oft to announce the ar rival whistling Jordan is a hard road to travel- I knew of Slzzum as the most se ductive orator and foreign propa gandist of Mormonlsm He hind been In England some time very success ful at the good work Time caravans we lund already met were of his pros elytes He himself was coming on with the last train the one now in view and steering for Fort llridger As we stood watching time length ening file of whitehooded wagons crept slowly into sight They came forward diagonally to our lino of view traveling apart nt regular In tervals like the vessels of n wellor lIeetIllIJlPedthe ridge and then slid over the slope like a sail winging down the brood back of a surge So they made their way along over tho roiling svecpof time distance Beautiful said Brent See how tho whlto canvas goldcns in this rich October haze Such scenes arc time poetry of prairie life 1 am too sorry for the crews to enjoy the sunlit sails Yes the safer their voyage the surer their wreck In that gulf of su perstition beyond the mountains Perhaps we waste sympathy A man who has no more wit titan to believe time trash they teach has no business with anything but stupid drudgery He will never suffer with t discovering his faith to be a delu sion You may soy that of a grown man but think of the childrento grow up III desecrated homes and never know tho close and tender Influence of family nurture Time state owes them an Interfer ence and an education So it docs and time women protection from polygamy whether they will or no- Certainly Polygamy makes worn nn a slave either bX force or Influ ence stronger than force Tho state txluts only to secure time blessings of hOIIGood logic but not likely quite yet to guide legislation In our coun try tf S Inws now prohibit polyg 01113 In IJtnh This Is Sizuins last train if time women lucre no morn fascinating than their shabby sisters of Its fore runners we shall carry our hearts safe home can not laugh about that said llrent My old dread revives when ever I see one of these caravans that there may be In It some Innocent girl too young to choose curried olT by- a fanatic father or guardian Think of flu mUery to u woman of any re finement Hut we have not seen any such lirrup and Murker here joined us overhearing till last remark began to speak in a very disgusting tone of tIme women we loud serum in previous trains dont wish to hear that kind of slulT saul llrent turning sternly up on Lnrrnp Its a free country and I shall say what I blame please the fellow said with n grin Then say it to yourself and away from me- Youre blame squlmmldge said Larrap amid added a beastly remark Brent caught him by the collar und gave him a shake Murker put ills hand to a pistol and looked Murder If I dared Xone of that wild J stepping be fore him TRice Shambcrluln seeing the quarrel came running up Now Broth er Hrcnt said Joke no shindies III this lucre Garden of Paradise If time gent has made a remark what tcchcs you apologies is In order un hen make oil far and squar flingHewith a trace of Brldgers claim on his red shirt Yer neednt be so bone hash with a feller saul he I didnt mean no offence Very well Learn to talk like n mon and not like a brute said Brent Time two men walked oft together with black looks You look disappointed Shambor lain said I Did you expect n lattie Timers no fight in them fellers said Joke but cf they can serve you a mcnn trick theyll do It and theyre ambushln now to look in time dixlon nry antI see what It Is Youd better keep time lariats of that black nnd thnt gray tied round your legs tonight and every good horsethief maybeslide at cards but my notion is theyre layln low for bigger hauls Good advice Jake and so we will By this time the head wagons of Elder Slzzums train had crept down upon the level near us For the length serpentinerim of the world with softened out lines against time hazy horizon the upIntoslowly writhing hydra snake with many tails over the land Along its snaky bends where dragonwings ploddingteams and little companies of Saints lounging leasurcly toward their ev enings goal their unbuilt hostelry on the plain- Presently the hydra became a two headed monster TIme foremost wag on bent to tho right the second led off to the left Each successor as It came to tho point of divergence filed to the right or left alternately The split creature expanded Itself The two wings moved on over a broad grassy level north of the fort de elIIpaemuch across On either flank the march was timed and ordered with time precision of practice This same mauoeuver thelongmost teams met nt tIme upper end oftime curve till two hindmost were ellipsoWDIIand bottom The train came to a imuimidredits file leader- A tall man half pioneer half den upandso the bystanders informed us At undthreethedumatllrnlrlcTiteru thousand strong Their brown flanks grew ruddy with the low sun chine A cloud of golden dust roso wosloudfrom their drugs the herd frisked awny with onwieldly gamboling We hnllrovLsedeltTo be continued LIFE OF USEFULNESS IDr Talmage Points the Way to It in a Sermon The Tower of On Word Dealing Slay lie GlinHgeil br a Fitly Spubcn Sentence Sympathy for the Troubled Copyright by Louis Klopsch NYj In this discourse Dr Talmage shows an open tloor for anyone who desires to be useful and Illustrates how a little thing may decide ones destiny Time text Is Proverbs 2m11 revised yen sion A word fitly spoken is like ap vies of gold In baskets of silver A filigree basket loaded with fruit is put before us In time text What Is ordinarily translated pictures ought to be baskets Here Is a silver network basket containing ripe and golden ap pippins or rennets You know how JPII apples glow through the openings a bushel of silver network You vc seen sucha basket of fruit on many a table It whets time appetite as well as rognlcs time vision Bulomon was evi dently fond of apples because he so often speaks of them While he writes In glowing terms of poingranates and figs and grapes and mandrakes he ttCMiis to find solace as nIaalliisclous lupplIComfort me with apples Now you see tIme meaning of my text A word fitly Spoken 1s like appldt of gold In baskets of sliver You see time wise man eulogizes just one word Plenty of recognition lies there been for great orations Ciceros arraignment of Catallne time phlllppMci argueIcourses on of prolonged utterance but my text controls the power of one word when it refers to a word fitly spoken This may mean a single word or a smell collection of words something IoolllcthingIA word fitly spokeuman encourag ordInword I can pnss right down the elsie of any church and find between pulpit and front door men whose temporal and eternal destinies have been decided by a word I tell you what Is a great crisis In every mans history It Is the time when he Is entering an occupation or profession lie Is opposed by men In middle life because they do not want any more rivals and by some of the aged beesusc they fear being crowded off and their places being taken by younger men Hear the often severe and unfair examinations of young law yen by old lawyers of young doctors by old doctors of young ministers by old ministers Hear some of the old merchants talk about the young mer clients Trowels and hammers and scales often are jealous of new trowels and new hammers and new scales Then it is so difficult to get Introduced physicianhad attorneybeforerisk the life of his family to a young onlylastmeasles from icarletina or to risk the obtaining of a verdict for20COO to an attorney who only three years ago read the first page of Blackstone How Is time young merchant to compete with his next door bargain maker who can afford to undersell some things because he can more than make It up by the profit on other things or has failed three times and had more money after each failure How Is that mechanic to make a livelihood when there are twice as mqny men In that trade as can In hard times find occupation There are this very moment thousands of men who are just strUng life for themselves and longlll1ronguefound book not a page not a para graph but a word one word fitly spoken Why does not thnt old merchant goIntosay Couragcl He needs only that one word although of course you will illustrate It by telling your own ex perience nnd how long you waited for customers and how the first two years you lot money and how the next year though you did better illness in your household swamped the surplus with doctors bills Why does not that old lawyer go into that young lawyers office just after he has pleoheforeonly two syllables Courage lIe needs only that one word although of course you will illustrate it by telling him how you broke down In one of your first cases and got laughed at by court and bar and jury and how Disraeli broke down at the start and how hundreds of the most successful lawyers at the start broke down Why do not time successful men go right away and tell those who are starting what they went through and how their notes got protestedand what unfortunate purchases they made mind how they were swindled but kept right on until they reached the golden milestone Even some who pretend to favor the new begin ncr amid say they wish him well put obstacles in his way There are so many men wno have all the elements of usefulness and power except onecourage If you can only under God give them that you give them everything In illus trating that one word show thorn that every alan that ever amounted to any thing had terrific struggle Show him what ships Decatur had to fight and what a mountain Hannibal had to climb and what a lame foot Walter Scott had to walk on and that the greatest poet who ever livedMilton was blind that one of the grandest musicians of nil the agesBeethoven was deaf and that Stewart in some respects the greatest merchant that America ever saw began in his small store olnlng on bread and cheese be hind the counter in a snatched Inter regnum between customers he open Ing the store and closing it sweeping it out with his own broom and belnj his own errand boy Show them that within ten minutes walk there are stores shops and factories and homes Where as brave deeds have been dene as those of Leonldas at Thermopylae as that of Horatlus atthe bridge as that of Colin Campbell at Balaklava Tell them what Napoleon said to his staff officer when that officer de clared a certain military attempt to be impossible Impossiblel said the tIleIspiritual directions Call the roll of prophets apostles and martryra and private Christians from the time the world began and ask them to mention lone man or woman greatly good or useful who was not depreciated and flailed and made a laughing stock Hacks and prisons and whips and shipwrecks and axes of beheadmcnt did their worst yet Ute heroes were more than conquerors With such things you will illustrate that word courage and they will go out from your presence to start anew and right challenging all earth and hell to the are four or five words which emanelIIulllonnul under wintry sky but In everlasting springtide not a land dllells1butI am sick not a reunion that can be followed by separation but in a place from which they shall go no raqre out forever For emaciation and sigh Ing Immortal health Reunion or if you like the word better anticipation There is nothing left for them In this world Try them with Heaven With a chapter from the great book open one of the 12 gates Give them one note of seraphic harp one flash from the sea of glass one clatter of the hoofs of the horses on which victors ride That word reunion or anticipation fitly IIIIverworld not one is so mellow or so rich luggeltlonword of comfort fitly spoken to apples of gold in baskets of silver There must be no Impatience In the warning we give others We must realize that but for the kindness of God to us we would have been in the same rapids That man going wrong may be struggling with a tide of evil Inherited from father and grandfather and greatgrandfather Time present temptation may be the accumulated force of generations and centuries No you say his father was a good man I knew him But did you know his grandfather Evil habit Is apt to skip one generation a fact recognized In the Ten Commandments which speak of the third and fourth generations but say nothing of the second generation- Or the man astray may have an un happy home and that is enough to wreck anyone We often speak of men who destroy their homes but do not say anything about the fact that there are thousands of wives in Amer ica who by petulance and fretting and inconsIderation and lack of economy and all manner of disagreeableness drive their husbands into dissipation The reason that thousands of men spend their evenings In clubhouses and taverns Is because they cannot stand it at home I know men who are 30year martyrs In the fact that they are awfully married That marriage was not made in Heaven With out asking Divine guidance they en tered into an alliance which ought never to have been made That Is what is the matter with many men you and I know They may be very brave and heroic and say nothing about it but all the neighbors know Now if time man going wrong has such domestic misfortune be very lenient and excusatory In your word of warn ing The difference between you and him zany be that you would have gone down faster than he is going down if you had the same kind of conjugal wretchednessIn fine arts people are apt to speak of music and painting and sculpture and architecture but they forget to mention the finest of all the fine arts the art of doing good the art of helping others this art of saving men An art to be studied as you study music for It Is music In the fact that it drives out moral discord and substitutes eternal harmony an art to be studied like sculpture for it Is sculpture In the fact that it builds a roan not in the cold statue but In Immortal shape that will lust long after pentelican marble has crumbled an art to be studied us you study architecture for it Is architecture In the fact that It builds for him a house of God eternal In the heavens but an art that we cannot fully learn unless God helps Dlvlnelwewith a tenderness and compassion and a pity that we could not otherwise ex ercise we can pronounce the word with magnificent warningI Lord said to the prophet Amos what seest thou answered A basket of summer fruit But I do not think Amos saw in that basket of summer fruit any thing more inviting and luscious than many a saved man baa seen in the Warning word of sonic hearty corn mon sense Christian adviser for a word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in baskets of silver So also is a word of invitation patent and beautiful Who can describe the drawing power of that word so small and yet so tremendous Cornel It Is a short word but its Influence is ns long as eternity Not a sesqui pedalian word spreading its energy over many syllables but monosylla bic Whether calling In wrong direc tion or right direction many have found It Irresistible That one word hum filled all the places of dissipation and dissoluteness It Is responsible for the abominations that curse the earth Inquire at the door of prisons what brought the offender there and at the door of almshousea what brought the pauper there and at the door of the lost world what was the cause of the incarceration and if the Inmates speak the truth they will say The word Comet brought us here Come and drink Come and gamble Come and sin Come and die Pronounce that word with one kind of inflection and you cnn hear in it the tolling of all the bells of con flagration and woe The chief baker In prison In Pha raohs time saw in dream something quite different from apples of gold In baskets of silver for he said to Joseph I also was in a dream and behold I had three white baskets on my head and in the uppermost basket there was all manner of baked meats for Pharaoh mind the birds did cat them out of the baskets upon my head Joseph Interpreted the dream and said It meant that the chief baker should be beheaded and the birds would eat his flesh But oh the power of that word Come when aright uttered We do well when we send young men Into schools and colleges and theological seminaries and by nine years of Instruction and drill hope to prepare them to sound aright that sweet and enrapturing and Heaven descended word Come The Gospel we be lieve In is a Gospel of Come That word speak all the church es That word is now building thrones for conquerors and bur nldhed coronets for kings and queens That word is to sound clearly and Impressively and divinely that the day Is advancing when all nations shall re spend We come We camel And while the upper steeps toward God and Heaven will be thronged with redeemed souls ascending there will not be one solitary traveler on the road of sin and death In the Kremlin at Moscow Russia is what is called the king of bells but it is a ruined bell and it has rung no sound for near 200 years It Is 67 feet in circumference and in height It Is more than ten times the height of the average man and it took a score of men to swing its brazen tongue It weighs 200 tons On the 19th of June 1700 in a great fire it fell and broke It broke at the part which was weak cited by the jewels which the ladles of Moscow threw Into the liquid metal at the casting The voices of that bell are forever hushed It will never ring again either at wedding or ob sequy or coronation What majestic and overpowering silence Enthroned and everlasting quietude One walks around it full of wonder and histor- Ical reminiscence and solemnity On it are figures in relief representing czar and empress and Christ and Mary and the evangelists But as I stood before it lost summer I bethought my self of a greater bell and one still ringing It is the Gospel bell ages ago hung on the beam of the cross It has vaster circumference and with mightier tongue sounds across seas and continents and awakens echoes amid Alpine and Himalayan and Sier ra Nevadan ranges The jewels of affection thrown into it at its casting by ransomed souls of earth and Heaven have not weakened it but made it stronger snd mJre glorious Evangelists and apostles ring it and martryrs lifted their bands through the flames to give it another sound ing It will ring on until all nations hear it and accept its invitation Come Come It will not fall as did that of Moscow No storm can atop it No earthquake can rock It down When the fires of the last day blaze into the heavens amid the crash of mountains and the groan of dying seas its clear resounding voice will be heard calling to the last inhabit ant of the burning planet Come Come But it requires now no great strength to ring the bell With this weak hand yesterday formed and tomorrow turned to dust I lay hold that Gospel belt in invitation to all to whom these words shall come on whatever land or whatever sea in high places or low I ring out the word Come comel Come and have your sorrows solaced Come and have your wounds healed Come and have your blindness illumined Come and have your fatigues rested Come and have your soul saved Do you not hear the very last proclamation from the heavens which the seer of Patmos was commissioned to make The Spirit and the bride say come and let him that heareth say come and let him that Is athirst come And who soever will let him take the water of life freely Aye hear you not the chime of many Gospel bells in the in vitation this moment sounding from time heavens Come out from among them and be ye separate saith the Lord And touch not the unclean thing and I will receive you and will be a Father unto you and ye shall be my sons and daughters saith the Lord Almighty Come and sit down at the Kings banquet Was there ever such a brilliant feast or so many royal guests Here are tho chalices filled not from the breweries of earth but with the new wine of the king dom And here are the ripe purple clusters of Eschol and pass them around to all the banqueters apples of gold In baskets of silver 4 lfTHECITIZE BEREAKYTHURSDAY JANUARY 10 190 I METHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BY REV WM R CAMPBELL Continued from lut week Thor follow this by stating IIWe believe that baptism is the third principle of the Gospel and that baptism is remission of tins as is taught in in the Scripture Hero we differ a little from some denominations who teach that baptism is an outward signor an inward graco In this particular wo claim that wo are right because we follow the Scriptures while other denominations have turned away from the truth unto fables In this con nection they quote a number of passages which teach baptism and use f the expression remission of sins They generally discuss one point at a time and dwell upon it until they feol that they have convinced the in quirer before they take up the next point After having satisfied the one to whom they are talking that baptism is necessary and that it is for the remission of sins then they proceed Wo believe moreover that immer sion is the only valid mode of bap tismThey then take up the next point doethe gift of the Holy Ghost is the fourth principle of the Gospel In the support of this socalled princi ple they quote Acts viii 17 18 Acts ix17 and Acts xix 6 They hereI claim that the Holy Spirit received lias a gift without the lay ing on of hands and that those passages interpreted in view of context so teach If the inquirer happens to bo sufficiently familiar with the Bible to quote Luke xi 13 to show that asking is the only condition which Christ requires for the receiving the Holy Spirit or Acts ii 34 to show that there was nollaying on of hands on the day of Pentecost they expbiu away all these passages and any others of similar import Having made the above points all clear to one whom the elders are try ing to reach they then submit the proposition that neither baptism nor the laying on of hands will be of avail unless the one administering these or dinances is duly authorized so to do They then undertake to provo that no one is authorized to teach preach or administer the ordinances except the Mormon priesthood By their peculiar methods of interpreting the Scripture they prove that the Christian Church of old was to apos tatize immediately after the apostolic age and then by a similar use of his tory they prove that as a matter of fact the church did so apostatize that the dark ages came on because of such apostasy that tho Reformation was merely an effort on the part of man to establish the Church of Christ but wasla failure because there was no revelation and no tme prophet to load in the work and that there was no true church in the world from the ancient apostolic times to the days of Joseph Smith who was duly author ized by prophecy and revelation as of old to reestablish the true church in tho world Hence you see that from the appar ently innocent beginning with faith repentance baptism and the laying on of hands thoy keep on until they reach the startling conclusion that there is no true church in all the world but the Latterday Saints or Mormon Church as it is generally called If they can get you to accept this conclusion and join their church in time they will by precisely tho same tyle of reasoning as above lead you to believe that God is n polygamist and that men may become gods by practicing this abomination They will moreover by the same methods lead you to accept the Mormon priesthood as the mouthpiece of God whom you must obey in all things temporal as well as spiritual They will thus enslave you and make you pay tithes for their support while they go around pretending to preach with out purse or scrip in order to get more money out of those whom thoy are leading astray When the Mormon elders ap roach your door or invite you to their meetings your only safety lies in re- memberingo tho words of Christ Beware of falso prophets which come to you in sheeps clothing but inwardly they are ravening wolves There are few ailments as uncom fortable as piles but they can eas ily be cured by using Tablors Buck eye Pile Ointment Relief follows its use and any ono suffering from piles cannot afford to neglect to give it a trial Price CO cts in bottles tubes 75 cts SE Welch Jr Correspondence Mason County Maysvlllo All the city schools opened for work Monday Tho Morausburg school which was left vacant by Miss Florence Taylor on account of illness is being taught by Mrs Lottie Henderson Miss Mamie Grant was the guest of Mrs Lenora Bass Mrs Mary Clemons and Mrs Blair visited Mrs Sudie Morton re Gently Miss Hattie Williams has returned to her school in Cincinnati after very pleasant visit to this city Bourbon County Millorsburgr Josie Smith takes this opportunity of thanking her friends for every little gift given her in helping her off to school She is an orphan child and the entire commun i ty wishes her well Wo would that others would go from hero to Berea Born to the wife of H L Herod a daughter Henrietta Herod Mrs Judio Boyd of Cynthiana is visiting her daughter Mrs W Turner Mrs Harris of Mt Sterling is vis her brother Eld W H Bowen Mrs King returned to Covington Satuday after spending tho holidays with her sister Mrs Charles Mason Miss Rada J Reed spent the holidays with her grandmother Mrs Tabitha Graham For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of every kind apply Ballards Snow Liniment It will give immediate relief and heal any wound Price 25 cts and 50 cts S E Welch Jr Owsley County Gabbrad Geo Cawood is haul ing logs for Robt Rose The little child of Mr and Mrs Lewis More of Cow Creek died last week W B Gabbard was at Booneville Roberts has just returned from Tallega James Moore who was shot by Ap Murrell is very low at this writ ingAp Murrell who was accused of the murder of Lewis Moore and the wounding of James Moro will have an examining trial Friday- C B Gabbard went to Booneville Monday The Citizen is improving and we hope it will continue 0 B Moore of Eversole is on Little Buffalo this week Able Wilson had an examining trial last week for the murder of Lewis Moore Ho was hold over un til the next term of Circuit Court without bail Mr and Mrs Lewis Coudell of Meadow Creek visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday W B Combs of Little Buffalo was here Sunday He had been to Jack son county In sluggish liver Herbine by its beneficialaction upon the biliary tracts renders the bile more fluid and brings the liver into a sound healthy condition thereby banishing the sense of drowsiness lethargy and the general feeling of apathy which arise from disorders of the liver Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr WANTKDACTIVK MAN OF GOOD CHAR acter todlInr and collect In Kentucky for old Htibllihed manufacturing wholesale house 900 a year sure pay honesty more than experience required Our reference any bank In any city Enclose ieUaddroBted stamped envelope Manu lecturers Third Floor 3M Dearborn St Chicago WORMS Jackson County Glover Bottom County Court convenes at McKee next week Robert Daughorty is at homo for a few days Charles Jones has come home to stayA number of people of this vicinity went to Richmond Monday to sell their shingles Grant Isaacs has measles Daniel Sparks thinks of moving to Boron to pursue his trade as carpen terMr Dean has an enrollment of nineteen pupils Aaron Powell and brother Woosley havo purchased the Henry Bickuell farm on Ousley For- kMadison County College Hill Mr George Chun ault has moved to tho place ho re cently purchased of Thomas Parker Mr Jacob Lame has returned to Winchester having spent Christmas at home Mrs Ada Martin who has been sick is improving E C Grinstead is preparing to leave for Kansas City soon Mr Simpson Norris has rented the Dr Ayers place for the prosont year Mrs Anna Griustoml gave a Christ mas dinner last Thursday and quite a number enjoyed tho gumptious re past Willie Fields has returned from Frankfort where he has been with some logs Mr and Mrs Williams Chenault have returned from visiting their children Wnllacoton Mrs II 0 Wylie has had the grippe recently Mrs Ike Vodkins is very sick Mrs John Cade is also sick with grippe Mr James Gaffy is very sick with Hiatt who has had measles is out again Miss Mary Gabbard is visiting friends at Borea Mr Green Gabbard will start for Ohio in three weeks Mr Author Yocum of Berea was visiting friends Sunday Rev Smith of Borea preached an excellent sermon at tho M E Church Sunday We indeed feel greatly boneilttod in hearing him J1 Send IFifty Cents j to The Citizen I ij Berea Ky fy And receive weekly for Ono Year a Bright Clean Newsy Independent Newspaper 1 Devoted toI THE HOME1 THE SCHOOL THE FARM 7 It has a Good Story a Sermon j I by Tolmago and the Sunday I School Lesson each week Always Something GOODtDont delay Ii r A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS Borrza so CSITO r ARD Sole Prwrlefflf 310 t Ii P rST LOUIS IM WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEIMoiUn QuinUtj = Dil In Qulltr Ii Fir 20 Yurs Has Lid all Wsrls RIIMdlls wjv f OXoD BY ALLIa Dxrepazea by r1 JAMES F UaaXTI THE HOME Edited pro tern by the Manager MRS LILLIAN STEVENS She Ilan Jiut llcrn HeeleeUd Ireil dent of tbe Woman ChrUtlun Temperance Union Mrs Lillian M N Stevens who has been reelected president of the Wom ens Christian Temperance union faa native of lover Me and began her work as a teacher in her own state At 21 the married Mr Steven and went with her husband to his home near Portland Mrs Stevens tint mot Mist Willard at Old Orchard in the summer of 1875 and there assisted In the or ganization of the Maine W C T U lice first ofllce was that of treasurer of the LILLIAN M N STEVENS Prudent of the Woman Christian T pcrance Union state union She next became presi dent and under her guidance the Maine organization soon became conspicuous in the national union and Its president no less conspicuous among the ladles at work In the temperance cause Mrs Stevens advance in the union was rap Id She was elected vice president dur- Ing the life of Miss Willard and guy ceeded that great reformer as presl dent when Miss Willard died CONTROL YOURSELF Xdlhln ABM S Woman So quickly uS Sorelr a Giving Wuy to Temper and Worrr Never give way to fits of temper Every sensible woman ought to be aware that bad temper and worry will trace more wrinkles in a week than hot and cold bathing and manage and complexion brushes and cream and lotions can remove In a year faithful assert that an immense amount of nerveforce is expended in every fit of bad temper that when one little part of the nervous system is in furiously affected the face first records It The eyes begin to lose the luster of youth muscles become flabby the skin refuses to contract accordingly and the inevitable result is wrinkles womans fiercest and most insidious foeIndulging in a fit of temper not only makes a woman old and ugly before her time but It actually shortens life Moreover every time she loses control of her temper she unhinges a moral braincell and weaken by several de green her capacity for selfcontrol The oftener she permits herself to Indulge in what she believes to be righteous Indignation the more frequently the finds such occasions presenting themselves for life is full of such irritating opportunities It Is these frequent bursts of passion that prevent women from growing old so beautifully that they seem to re talc their youthful attractions and like a tree become more amiable with ageIA mouth that from habit has set itself in an aggrieved or hard line soon settles In a grim curve that writes years of age upon a womans face and impart a discontented and disagree able expression which repels all desire for intimacy on the part of her acquaintancesNo beautiful and brainy and fascinating the badtempered woman may be or how lengthy her bank account her power la Infinitesimal compared with that of her amiable sister And amiability not only power it is mental progression health happiness and long life to ones self and to ones friends and family N Y Weekly expellingand acids improves the assimilative processes purifies the blood and up and strengthens tho ontireIsystem Price 50 cts S E THE SCHOOL Edited by J WDInsinorc Dun of the Nor mil cnrtmcnl lkro College IMiysicnl Train In f In tho Public Schools Wu hear it commonly stilted that boys nud girls who work nt home anti perhaps walk a considerable diutnnco to school have no need of calisthen ics thoy got exercise enough But thoxo same boys mid girls often have narrow clients weak lungs stooped shoulders and ungraceful carriugo They tako cold easily a racking cough clings to them and tho army conmimptivcti is being added to from their ranks Thoy do not lack in exorcise of tho kind thoy got but they do need something different The imiHcliH of the backshoulders and chest need slronglheninfc They should bo giv en an exorcise daily in full alxlominal breathing It may bo a dlflicult mutter if not an impossibility at first for thorn to straighten the shoulders and assume au erect positiou From ten to twenty minutes each day of sharp practice in wimple calisthenics would do much to correct bad habits of standing walking and breathing Tho principal reason why physical culture id so much neglected is that tho teachers In general know so little about it Tho time U coming whoa a teacher will bo required to under stand ciilisthonicH well enough to teach it intelligently and progressive teachers should be in advance of the movementMuch said about a well rounded education an education that will include physical mental and moral culture but till fact remains that little Is being demo for tho physical development of tho children In tho public schools Colleges and Uni versities make n great deal of their gymnasiums for physical training but it is a much greater necessity In ele mentary schools than In thoso more advanced Not nearlyso much can be done in correcting physical faults for boys and girls woll grown as for childrtlnleA stitch in tlmo saves nine in this an well as other fractures Well roundel symmetrical bodies graceful carriage and vigorous constitutions will make lifo longer and letter Those arc the things every teacher should strive for in his pu pils largelydependstroubled with worms they will uo ir ritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick Whites Cream Vor is a worm expeller and tonic cluOrfulI rursr raoamroFix saartuas- Owaea1Fi iYwaIaTn1Mut4 RIxS rtimt ru ne r N lanJAnn LAwms or n TSARS raAcricx r TRIMar lw Whrlar wilC A SNOW lie CO PATENT LAWYERS l u L Pitiat Offlc H ti Do Good and Make Money- By Introducing PracticalUseful Entertaining FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville Ill And iltnlion TIlE CITIZEN BEREA COLLEGE Books Founded 1866 Places the Best Education in Reach of All- Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 Stilton Best College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certijlcate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domostio Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classicalor lif- eMusicReal Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are bore to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee payfor2100 about 14 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky THE FARM Edited by 8 C MASOn IrofcMor ol Mont culture Berca College time Itnuos of Corn Indian corn has been in cultlvatlo by the native races of America for n indefinite period It probably orif eotlowherVthe specieZensubspecies or races growninscale I Vent CornsA part of tho starch in the grain is of a close hard texture This is called tho horny en dosperm mid is found along tho sides of the kernel while tho softer portion or starchy endosperm is found in tho center extending to tin summit Iu drying tho center shrinks more titan tho rest hence loaves a dent at tho apex of tho grain Dent corns are the common field varieties grown Iu tho corn bolt and arc almost the only kinds exported Thoro are various colon white yellow and mottled calico being tho moat common Thoro arc also rod and blue varieties Three hundred and twentythree va rieties are described IT Street Conn These uro chief ly found In gardens but aro grown on commercial scale for canning pur posoM and BOIDO of tho largo sorts are grown for fodder The first variety cultivated was obtained from tho New England Indians in liD In ISM there were ten varieties Now there vegetablehIUnited States III Flint Tho horny endofljwm entirely surrounds the starchy and hence tho grain is smooth at maturi ty Color various Many variotino have eight rows and honco urn known as eightrowed corn Flint corn eau bo grown much farther north than tho dent corn since it matures earlier hell co it is tho prevailing form in Can ada and tho northern United Slates Sinco it Is tho common corn of Now England it Is often called Yaukoo corn IV op Corns Those resemble ahllitytonomouon depends upon the fact that tho starch In in tho form of horny on dospcrm and tho moisture prmrnt can not iwcapo but finally explodes turning tho grain inside out Thoro are twentyfive varieties P Soft Coru1Inthewothostarvh- in all In the form of starchy oudo Ikinii It seems to have boon common among tho Indians of the Southwest bolonplo TheRtsi pealvarietyeach kernel is enclosed in a husk and deriredfromor barrel leaves 1 ho latter urn usu JillonlcaThe varieties of corn are very vari quailIlocnlitelthM tothirtyinTounnaseo Inchlonglong In the dont class The eighttotofortyeightminaturo pon weighed fortysix grains varietytioned from Paraguay and BOVOU months is said to required In some southern countries The tables show that tho protein1OJiorcentprotein lOt pur cent fat per aunt wool protein 110 per cent fat 81 percent Sweet corn is thus richer corrollpollllingly AgriculturolCollego offieldgreatlyExpermentSttttion To Whom it may Concern h1invostigatedtis Co Buyers of country pro NqwYorkof all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommoruV them to all dealers in produce t sound financial house to sell ttl JDANIELS BroadwaySeptt2IOL Berea has marry more students than ever before but there is still room for you Dont let the Winter be wasted i