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I Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager WKh tltwng xtQ ut Fdltun end Cur letponde4h- Xred aI the lot 1Itt III llrtd Ay I second cast Umaller VOL 11 A Family Paner MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 81 1901Fifty cents a year IDEAS Seek the Lord while ho agfoundBible Tho truth that earns mens souls tho truth on which all Christians athgreed Times of sickness show us how we lovo our owe dear ones Tho industrious man lIRa work do in winter as well as slimmer You dont eon him waiting till ho needs n breakfast before cutting some fire wood Winter ia tho time to read nl think T IsThisOurLasrtnt For ton wOkll tim Cmze ll been calling upon many home to whIch ho was not iuvitedl d1 good frIend of YOllrsent him Now aro you well enough acquaint cd to ask him to kcop coming Wo boliovo thatiliis paper will bo worth all it coats every Mingle week It brings something to interest evory member of your family Hut it cannot keep coming tiniest you subscribe So gut a money order i or enclose 25 two cent postage stamp and write your name amIatltlflIsj ry and send noncuo u c fRvfcotice On account of tho grout interest and tho fact that tinny citizens ha been kept from tho tho meetings by measles or other illness in their faro lies tho meetings will bo EXTENDED A Few DAYS FRIIUT AND SATURDAY Fob mid 2 Preaching at 915 3 and 7 SUNDAY Feb JJ Preaching in sop aralo churcho1 at 11 Union Goipol Services in College Chapel at Sand 7 MONDAY TUeSDAY AND LOLLOWINQ DATI Preaching at 0 15 U and 7 FROM THE WIDE WORLD The funeral of Queen Victoria will will tako place Saturday Feb 2 All will bo suspended in London on that day IMFThousands of urn dying famine in tho SlinnSo province China Verdi the famous Italian compos of music Is dead Li is said to bo dfoged ot It ia that tho coronation of King Edward will not lake placo B year KaincrjWillinm has been made a Field Marshal in the British ArmyI Baron Wilhnliu von Rothschild t head of tho Rothschild banking firm Is dead IB OUR OWH COUNTRY Through tho mistake of an engineer on tho B Inginiaion resulting in the death of five w the serious injury of another and wrecking of of two engines and ton cars Washington Jan States Court today rendered n do cj sion in tho case of tho Chicago Drain age Canal in favor of the state ofof M souriITho Creek and Choctaw Indinnst Territoryhasranchmans house aud several other buildings Philip Armour bequeathed 1000 000 to Armour Institute Tho Ins ti tutu may become affiliated with i ho University of Chicago- COilONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY r Doptuty U S Marshal Thomas Hoi li field and posse had u battle wi moonshiners last week near the Lot r H of or and Piko county lino IIo11in old was soriouly wounded and some of his mon his possomen wero killed Two of tho shiners wero wounded Tho grand jury at Williamsburg on Friday eleven indictments against tho Shottvelln and their associ Btes charging them with murder nnd conspiring to murder during tho riot at Corbin t THE CITIZEN Tho grand jury in session at Louis Cobofor the Insane located n biso i at they dump tho offal refuse slops tho wCreek thtopalulion of the streamOsThe State Convention of the Y M C A will bo hold in Louisville Feb 2121 Tho County Work is to r vadvolition promises to bo oxcceliagl- iutercyting nnd of groat luipurlnnco to Iho Association Waits lumbia of shooting Chas Kiugjy aud sentenced to one year in the pOll E J t Co whoso distillery JlquorHealerttwhiskey which represented an outlay W 000000 and n harvest of drunk cads riiinod lotion and damned souls Iwyoadcowputntinn Locals and Personals jFridayDr Cornelius is out again after nanatlack of la grippe spIlirooIto urg hid last Salur day Uarrtaou t Co have bought o the livery stable business of III A Kichardfton rrMrsor J W Stephens have boon onSvisit to Mt Vernon John Kearns who has boon face for sometime was taken to Iliehmop- uesdayT for examination jOhiolIe J Derricks on Chestnut Avo Mro Isaac Hughes of paid n visit last week to liar paten Mr nnd Mrs Erasmus Spouco OpThu infant child of Mr and Mrs nighBanatt crMfrs S C Ma on who was called to Manhattan Kan by tho death of her father rolurod homo on Wednes ay Miss Allio Bullis of Eau Clu Wis sister of Miss Katherine Bull rims como to enter college with her sister Mr Silas Williams ono of tho old oat citizens of Berea died Jan 21 burIgroutedE Tankorsloy of Galveston Tex sends his subscription to too warpfriendsMrs Hannah Davis widow of the to Samuel Davis died at tho Lox TheuoA gentleman in Now York one do natal six handsome bibles teachers edition to bo given as a scholarship prizes in Boroa College this year Little Emma Morgan daughter Mrs Ida Morgan diet early this morning from pneumonia Burial his afternoon in tho Boron comotery Miss Lucy A Ovoretroet for some years n Borea student is novvengng od iu tho work of n trained nurse with great success In Chicago Ills liar address is 1621 Dearborn St Dr Carpenter and Miss Moliio Settle from tho Joseph Prico Infirm ary nl Stanford are in attendance at the bedside of Mrs Smith nt Lowell who is suffering from n serious opera tion illThe considerable number of cases havo boon nicely maiing ed Hundreds of kind and neighborly things barn been done And wo nro old getting well and happy und nt work Tho religious meetings this week has a to 1voryj Thu Belkuap Wholesale Hardware mpany of Louisville line offered as u prize n handsome chest of tools- t to bo awardcdto tho best workman in Manual Training Class of Berets Col lege this year Brother Thomson who has boon tho Gospel Meetings haD himself to bo n man mighty in e scriptures with u big loving heart u loud of experience and iastanc of Gods grace that makes his dis nurses most winning thuoProf Mason had nn inter theycation of n Volunteer Observers Sta lion in cure of the College Maximums and minimum thermometers and rain prlllaIFebruary T A Robinson tho Jeweler on Main Street Las received part of his Stock of Seasonable Novelties in Jewelry Silver Ware Ornaments Clocks Ciiiua tc His so lection of Stick Pins Rings Charms Brooches Bracelets Watth Chains Ac show good judgement nUlln knowledge of the tastes of his patrons Persons who havo employed him to engraving have been well pleased ith his work and moderate chdrgos d those who harp stunted him to examine their oycs and fit them with ectacles havo realized that their lfldouco was not misplaced Madison County Messrs R R Bunmtn R W Mil arlerJ Tovis Cobb and J A Sullivan w wont to Washington last week t tho interests of Richmond the Federal Court bill before tho enate have returned Register tbpjp e Circle has notified Supt J Wagers that tho Reading Circle oard for this year will consist of the sawn members nod oUicors as in 1900 isitiet Street Some days ago n gentleman of color presented himself at tho clerks office with tho following order Mn Jpnv WHITE This is to that I am 22 years old Please lot havo a pair of licenses to marry mo and oblige Puptagtspbis Do Good and Make Money BY Inlrodaclna PracticalUseful Entertaining FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Pohlis her Natferville Ill 41 VrntlanTUE CITIZEN T T 7 T T 1MNHNNNMI1 W Send 1 Fifty Centsi to 11 The Citizen Berea Ky I I And recoiro weekly for Ono Year n Bright Clean Newsy 4- r Independent Newspaper 4 iII tTHE SCHOOL I THE FARM HI tins n Good Story n Sermon fSohoolAlways SomethhtgI ami GOOD y l tNBW delay now j f NwN iJ jyGood Thougths Wo all hero minds that aro thin ii g about something all tho time Auld if wo Bro not thinking of good iHings wo are almost certain to thinking of bad things ngQ o ttourlongsoil things lIIore is ono oftho grunt benefits o fv1 ni education it gives us good things tc think about Thorn is on old prov or that Satan finds some lhiseGi CCJualIYitruo 10 did not start this article for tho sto of writing an advertisement I thjj CITIZEN but more than ono father has said to us Our young folks havo thoyhn but no cf the greatest enterprises our day for making tho people bci aril more huppy is the great gathering at Chnulauqua in N ear York fituto whom several thousand people gather ovary year for og we ks listening to lectures and mu and sermons and other good things Something like this is the Ex on eioji Work of Boron College conduct Raymondholds uho in soveral places iu tho south each sum more Tho Chautatiqua N Y Assembly season for 1901 promises to bo a most Spoorsalportnut matter of religious addresse- at the devotional hours Tho partic omphasizeo a Iidautumn following They include tho history lilornturo nod social life of Germany and of Italy Other subjects to which special attention will bo directed in view of popular current intacost are China and tiro far East thediplomatic relations of tho United States and tho story of Birds and AuiniaU Ono of tho groat movements in education is the rapid Introduction of Nature Study Tho qua Summer Schools have given a subjeebutunto in securing tho cooperation of the Nature Study Department of Cor nell University recognized as tho loader in this movement nctivltyInalga countries especially iu tho West era Heniisphoro is illustrated by tho unusual and prevalent demand among American young mon and women for instruction In Spanish This will be mot by tho Chaulauqua summer schools antssprung up in various Southern States nt which the young non and women taughttoics and artisans Those who boliovo that tho just recognition and humane treatment of tho black man of tho south by his white brother depend upon tho industrial emancipation of Iho former and upon his iudopond once as n wage earner andrikill ns n haudicruflsmau in the competitive in dustrial struggle find thoir foramost champion in Booker T Washington Mr Washington is nt the head of the Tuskegce Ala Industrial Institute which has in attendance over 1000 colored nUll ho has boon en gaged to explain this groat movement on the lecture platform at Chautau qati next summer nlillthornay bo made to Miss Stokes at tho Model House promptlypnenrd0an0PLedmodddonh ltokSlawtoruE 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Orders Statiounrypromptly KyJune J CJVIORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hour 8 to 12 A Mt lloS P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky ftlffiSSESendaudreWUieuerallyatl CI but toget you to try eheAtfe will end you ouj for W 2bledoa ctl or 242 cent tAmp Your wife rantaa mor iawoguo wo HIIKA1W Wo will ymail her pair ol lnrhh razor steel shears for 60 ct or S3two ct stamps We bare an 80 page- wuatratod will matt you tree II you ask for It Address MAUKU II O11O9II Co 60Adum St Toledo Ohio and mention the Clttien tLisi81riep Reliable Merohants RetailersBoots andvicinitymost Complete Stock ever shown in this city As bereliedasbeingCall and see our line before buying elsewhere STREET Douglas Bros Richmond xv 207 WESTMAIN STREETo Dont miss the rest of John Brent Send in your subscription for THE qiTIZEN Write plainly rt e iITEMS OF INTEREST The New f tho Nell Condensed And Collated tow Qo Bemat of the Hnty aksderM- ONDAY A I a consequence of a famine In the province of Shan SI China thou sand have diedIThe crown prince will represen- Ting t Emmanuel at the funeral of Verdi the composer Sixty skaters broke through the ice on a pond in Brooklyn N Y9 and two boys were drowneIThe French roar La Gaecogae arrived at New York badly damaged The steamer encountered two ficrc gales on the voyage fra Havre- Craiy snake the leader of tie blllou Snake Indians was capture sear Eufaula L T lie is at lien rietta under a strong guard of soi died Systematic and practical prepara tions are being made for the comfort of visitors in Washlngtoa during the inauguration of Prealdeat McKinley on March 4 Fire in a wing of the YYlllard hoe tel Washington did JSOOO damage Hnlf a hundred guests including several congressmen and their wives were badly frightened Secretary Gage has lent to the house a full statement of the indebt edness incurred by the annexation of Hawaii with a request for appro priationa to cancel the indebtedness aggregating 8417535 Emperor William received from the hands of the duke of Conneaut his sword on his appointment M field marshal of the British army in the presence of the household of King Edward and the dead queen In a fight with moonshiners on Elkhorn creek Kentucky United States Marshall Tom Hollifleld and Posseman Simon Combs were killed and Blaine Comb was captured by the moonihiner Two other posse men ware ahet and wounded Sunday throughout the kingdomI all places at worship held la memory of Queen VUtoria At St Pauls cathedral London thousands were unable to gain admission ring Edward and Queen Alexandra attended the services at Whipping ham church CUNDAT Lord Boaeberry may succeed Lord Salisbury as premier of England The rebellious Indians in the India Territory are now under con trol The Josiah Morris bank at Mont gomery Ala the oldest banldnrI institution in the state Chicks wore refused ia New York which caused apprehension Charles P W Ncaly the former postal official who has been ordered extradited to Cuba for trial on charges of embezzlement was taken aboard a steamer for Cuba at New York H A Garfield of Cleveland 0 a son of President Garfield has accepted an appointment as aldd amp on the staff of Gen 1raacls V Greene the grand marshal oftk Inaugural parade Twenty Cape police surrendered to the Doers at Devondale north of Vryhurg without firing a shot TkeI Boer invaders are roaming over country between Calvinia and Lam bars bay Cape ColonyIMrs Nation the saloon smasher was roughly handled by a mob IA To peka Kan The wife of a joint keeper wielded a broomstick on the crusaders head with telling effect r She was rescued by the police President McKinley was presented with the ballot box used by the Cal ifornia electors In casting their votes for president and vice president It is a beautiful piece of wort and the gold on it is estimated to be worth 5500 ATURDAY Verdi the celebrated Italian composer Is dead The Indian trouble in the Indian Territory has been greatly exalt geratedIA receiver has been appointed for the Odd Fellows Endowment asso elation of Pennsylvania Pitkin Brooks wholesale glass ware and crockery store Chicago burned entailing a loss of 550000 The conviction seems to have been reached among many senators that an extra session of congress Is in evitable While the queen regent of Spain and children were riding in a boatI in the royal park a shot was fired into the vessel from the bankIThere are destructive bush Ares in Australia Many people are dropping dead from heat the thermometer running up to 115 to 120 in the shadeIa representative of the navy and army together with a civilian to represent the coronation of King Edward VII Mayor Flclschmann of Cincinnati has Issued a permit for the contest between Champion Jeffries and Gus Ruhlln in the Baengerfest hall on February 15 After a last loving look by the members of the royal family the king ordered the coffin containing the re mains of Queen Victoria closed forever from human view The features in death were lovelier than In the closing days of life At the altar in Osborne palace a portion of the fu neral services1 were read In the prex eace of the roxal hail r IFRIDAY bill wan reprtd to the house Ij carries awntelt 1110010- 0Thtrtg4ve MTSOB perished in a hurricam at lure KorvTajr Sixty boa4i wee 0 unk ia HM harbor and eight haees blown away ChleairoIon veoiag of the day of the funeral of Qveea Victoria February 2 Traak Child has been matched to mt Denver Id Martin in the pro lisniamrjr to the JeffrlcsRuhllu fight la Ctaolanati on February II A4 fioyUoa Halloo La a young flIT named Larkinton attempted to rhalMUy assault the wife of a white farmer II was captured by a posse and stet t pieces bttleehipsdd to hurry to Chinese watera in connection with the dispute with Russia over the Blliott and Blonde islands The attitude of the Venezuelan gerarmmeat toward the Burmudex Asphalt Co American is hostile The relations btwei that country and the United aMt is strained and war vssU are expected to return to La Guayra Armed Indians arc gathering in the Indian Territory to resist the au thorities of the United States Fed eral troops have been ordered to the scene sad a fight is expected The redskins are opposed to allotment of lands and progressive government The remains of Queen Victoria have been coined and the first funeral services were held by the bishop of Winchester in the presence of the royal family The body will be taken to London February 2 and funeral services will be held in St Georges chapeL THURSDAY The total liabilities of the Order of Chosen Friends ore placed at 774 S7AZ4- Virginia is arranging for the hold ing of the convention to revise the state constitution Edward VII was proclaimed king of Great Britain and emperor of In dia la the St James palao The war department is doing what It OlIn to expedite the homecoming of the 9000 volunteers from the Phil IpplnuItook the oath of allegiance to King Edward VII of England- A bill has been Introduced in the Indiana house to establish the whipping post for the punishment of wife beaters users of profane language on the streets and habitual drunkards Tie bill providing for the cliff dwellers national park in New Mex See embracing about 140000 acres of government laud was favorably re ported by the house committee on public lands Fire ia the business portion of Montreal P destroyed property to the value of between 3600000 and 3000000 tecladiag the big board of trade tmlliHny erected eight years ago at a cost ot 600000 Hrs Carrie Nation demolished a saloon In Enterprise Ian and de livered a street lecture While speak lag the wife of the man whose saloon was destroyed attacked Mrs Nation striking her twloe in the face The remains of Queen Victoria were placed la a plain casket festooned with red and white hangings The coffin rU on a speciallyerected platform draped with royal purple It la probable that the remains will not oe removed from Osborne palace for tea days TUG MARKETS Cincinnati Jan 2- 6C4ZTLCommon 265 g 375 Extra butchers 4 40 4 75 CALVES Extra S 7 50 EOChS Choice peckers 5 SO 5 38 27yIIttJiPLAMBS Extra 6 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 95 4 35 SOyi27YRYHAY Bt timothyr 14 75 PORK Family n 14 25 717yiBUTTERChChoice creamery 24 APPLES Ch to fancy 2 60 3 00 POTATur9Per brl 1 65 1 75 TOBACCO New 10 00 011 75 Old 12 00 13 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 60 3 80 VHBATNo 2 red 75a 77 No3 pring 65 73 CORN No 2 37t 37 OATSNo 2 24s 25 RYE 52 POBILLfese 13 85 13 05 LARD Steam 7 32 7 3714 New York 00WHEATNoCO UN No 2 mixed 48 ViRYEPORK Family 15 50r 15 76 LARD Steam 7 75 Oaltlmore WHEAT No 2 red 76r 76W Southern 77r 77 CORNNo e mixed 43l i 43 8YaCATTLEDutcherl HOOS Wetern 6 85 5 OS LonlcTllle FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 70 VHBATNo 2 red 75 CORNMIxed new 40 OATS Mixed 26ya 27 PORK Mes 12 60 LARD Steam 7 25 Indianapolis VHEATNo 2 red 75 CORN No 2 mixed 3- 7OATSNo i JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Grea- Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAPTER XI Continued Now gentlemen said our friend playing his part with mild graceful ness like an accomplished host sit down on the blankets I can not give your grand armchairs as I might have done once in Old England and hope to do if you ever come to see me at my house In Deseret But really we are forgetting something very important We have not been formally introduced Bless met that will never do Allow me gentlemen te present myself Mr Hugh CUthe roe late of Ciltheroe Hall Clitheroe Lancashire a good old name you se And this la my daughter Miss Ellen Clltheroe These gentlemen my dear will take the liberty to pre sent themselves to Mr Richard IOuIrovingYankeeCII the roe Brent took the teakettle from her hand and filled the teapot This little domestlo ofllce opened the way to other civil service It was like a masquerading scene My handsome friend and the young lady bending eleglmtI four cracked cups and as of coarse earthenware spread upon a shawl on the dry grass The circle of wagons the groups of Saints about their supper fires the cattle and the fort In the distance made n strangely unreal background to a woman whose proper place for open air was In the ancient avenue of some ancestral park or standing on the terrace to receive groups of bill liant ladles coming up character is superior to circumstanceI and Miss CHtheroes selfpossession controlled her scenery Her place wherever it was became her right place The prairie and the wagons and the rough accessories gave force to her refinement Mr Clltheroe regarded the pair with a Quite dreampleasureIhe to ban my There is a trace of the Oriental In her looks We only need camels and this would be a scene worthy of the times of the Eastern patriarchs and the plains of the old Holy Land Wo of the Latter Day Church think much of such associations more Isuppose than you worlds people And here the old gentleman looked at me uneasily AS if he dreaded lest I should fling In a word to disturb his illusion or perhaps ridicule his faith J have often been reminded here of the landscape of Palestine said I and those bare regions of the Orient Your friends in Utah too refresh the association by their choice of Biblical names Yes we love to recall those early days when Jehovah was near to his people a chosen people who suffered for faiths lake as we have done In fact our new faith and new revel ation are only revivals and continuations of the old Our founder anti our prophets give us the doctrines of the earliest Church with a larger light and a surer confidence He said this with the manner of one who is repeating for the thousandth time a lesson a formula which he must keep constantly be fore him or its effect will be gone In fact his resolute assertion of his creed showed the weak belief Aa he paused he looked at me again hoping as I thought that I would dispute or differ and so he might talk against contradiction a far less subtle enemy than doubt As I did not Immediately take up the discussion he passed lightly and with the air of one whose mind does not love to be consecutive to another sub jest Hunters are you not said he turning to Brent I am astonished that more of you American gentle men do not profit by this great buf falopreserve and deerpark We send you a good shot occasionally from England Yes said my friend I had a capital shot and a capital fellow too for comrade this summer in the mountains A countryman of yours Sir Diron Biddulph He was wretch edly out of sorts poor fellow when we started Fresh air and bold life quite set him up A months gallop- Ing with the buffalo and a fortnight over the cliffs after the bighorn would put a soul under the ribs of death Biddulph left me to go home a new man I find that he has stayed in Utah for more hunting I was kneeling at Miss Clithe roes feet holding a cup for her to fill He turned toward her father as he spoke At the name of Bid dulph I saw that her red lips prom ise of possible blushes was no false oneAhl thought Ij here perhaps il the romance of the Baronets his tory No wonder he found England too narrow for him if this noble woman would not smile Perhaps he has stopped in Utah to renew his suit or volunteer his services A strange drama with new elements of Interest coming in I could not refrain from studying Miss Clltheroe with some curiosity as I thought thus She perceived my Inquisitive look 6he made some excuse and stepped fete tU wagon FI said the father El ten dew Mr lancet know our oW neighbor Boa MMulph 0eb has disappeared on Ivovpltabi thoughts insetthim intimatelyt homo in better days not in thou days I blindly diaod better before I was Illumed with the glories of the new filth and uw the Nsw Jeruataa wife eyes ef hope Mis Clrthro rejoined us So had bn absent only a moment but as I could see long enough for tears and the repression of tears I should have pitied her more but she seemed la her stouthearted womanhoo above pity asking uo more than the readyiEvidently to change the subject she engaged Brent again in his tea table passionatefellow putcinar a large share ef earaeetae in tats Manner of ttoteMag sups lid distributing hardtack 1110 much fervor and devotion my friend Seems to me I have se si oavallora JUIsilver And when I saw ft I thought 0 cavallarl 0 beauty bmvare or do not beware just ma you deem best but know that there is peril For love can improvise out of the steam of a teapot a romance as big and sud den and Irrepressible M tIll Afrcet theIseaslloregenial as we became better acquaint ed He praised the sunshine and the climate England had nothing like It atmosI periescaped at last into the region I have longed for 1 mean to renew my youth in the Promised Land to have my life over again with a store of the wisdom of ageIThen he pleasantly of the Incidents of his journey em impressi ofInil in their war paint just such as I used to read of with delight in your Mr Fenitnoree tales And these pral rles tooI seem to have visited them already in the works of your charm lag Mr Irvinga very pleasant au thor very pleasant indeed and quite me of our best r1tooout so fir as this This region has never been described by any one with a poetic eye My brethren in tie Church of the Latter Day have their dutleo of stern apostleship they oats not turn aside to the right hand nor to the left But when the Saints ore gathered In they will begin to see the artistic features of their land mountaln3flnljlname an ideal Sierra Their blue edges and gleaming snowpeak were great aoI ciety for us as we came by We were very fond of scenery air my daugh ter and Iand this breadth of effect Is very impressive after England England you know sir is tamea snug little place but quite a prison for people of scope Lancashire say old home is very pretty but not grand quite the contrary I have grown really quite tired of green grass well kept lawns and the andI beardless effeminate look of my tive country This masculine It reminds me of the youth of the world I like to be Ini the presence of strong forces sides In Lancashire particularly we never see the IUnj we see smoke we breathe smoke smoke spoils the fra grance and darkens the hue of all our life I hate chimneys sir I have sun great fortunes go up then I might perhaps tell you something of m- oW experience in looking up a cer taro tall chimney not a hundred mileI from Clithcroe and seeing ancestral acres fly up it and ancestral picture and a splendid old mansion all going off in smoke But you are a stranger and do not care about hearing my 411I gossip Besides what is the lOll ef houses and lands If one finds the purl of great price and wins the prophets crown and the saints throne And here the grayhaired pale dreamy old gentleman paused and a halfquenched fire glimmered In his eye His childish fanatical ambition stirred him and he smiled with a look of triumph I was silent in speechless pity Ills daughter turned and smiled with almost tearful tenderness upon her father I have not heard you so animated for a long time dear father she said Mr Wade seems quite to in spire you Yes my dear he has been talking on many very interesting topics- I had really done nothing except to bow and utter those civil monosyl lables which are the Hcarl hear of conversationIf silent Brent had not While the garrulous old gentleman was prattling on at full speed I had heard all tho time my friend low melodious voice Ilol he talked to the lady He was a trained artist in the fine art of sympathy Ills own early sorrows had mode him infinitely ten der with all that suffer To their hearts he came as one that had a right to enter as one that knew their malady and was commanded to lay a gentle touch of soothing there It is a great power to have known the worst and bitterest that can befall the human life and yet not be hard ened No sufferer man resist the Ana r magnetism of a wise and unobtrusive pttgr It J as mild and healing IS nsuale by night to fervercJ sleepless ladys protective armor of- etsaness was presently thrown aside Ilse perceived that she need not wear H against a now who was brother to very desolate soul ulsterly indeed IN delicate was his comprvhon tea of the wants of a womans na lure la faot both father and daughter as aeon aa they discovered that w I were reedy to be their friends mt us frankly It was easy to sec poor souls that it was long since they had found any one fit company for there any one whoso presence eeuld exoit the carebeguiling exht larattoa ef worthy society They sn vered the aroma of goad brooding with appetite CMArfEK XII A GHOUL AT rill HAST Mr Cllthervos thoughts loved to recur to his native Lancashire smoky though Ita air might be and clean bliavud tho grass of the lawns I could not help believing that nil the enthusiasm of this weak gentle nn turo for the bleak plains and his plo near life wus delusionISpeaking of Lancashire wo fell up on the subject of coalmining I was surprised to find that Mr had a practical knowledge of 1lthoroeI Ineas He talked for the without any of his dreamy vague manner Ills Information was full and clear Ho lot daylight Into those darksome pits I HIII n miner too said I but only of gold n baser and less honorable Mubstnnco than coal Your account has n professional Interest to me You talk like an expert- I ought to be If I once saw half my fortune fly up a factory chimney I saw another half bury Itself in s coal pit I have been burled myself In one I am not ashamed to say Itj have made daily bread for my daugh tel and myself with pick shovel nnd barrow in a dark coal mine In the uuwe county where I wa once the head of the ancient gentry und where I MW the noblest in the land proud to break my bread and drink my wine I am not shamed of It No glory that In that black cavern where daylight never looked the brfgltne of boWtllltheand shall walk upward sad ou rarJ uuUI I reach the earthly talon first and than the beavenlyIAgain the eye died and his elicit expanded What a tragic life he was hinting My heart yearned toward him I had never known what It was to have the guidance and protection of a father Vise died when I was a child I longed to find a compensation for my own wnntrtiud bitter one It had nometlmen beenIn being myself the guardian of this poor wayfarer Your faith is M bright as ever leather lIuIIbald a rasping voice behind me U Mr Clithcroe Will atIlent You are an example to us The Church is highly blessed In snub IIU1 earnest disciple Elder aUzxum was the speaker He mailed in a wolfish fashion over the group and took his seat beside the lady Uke a privileged guest Ah Brother Wzzuml said Mr CUthcroe with a cheerless attempt at welcome very Afferent from the frank courtesy he had showed toward us we have been expecting you El lea dear a up of tea for our friend tiaa CUthero rose to pour out ten tar him Sheeps clothing instantly severed the apostles rather wolfish demeanor Me assumed a manner of gamesome sheepish devotion Whea he called her Mtr Ellen with a fa miliar tender air I saw painful blaaaea redden the ladys cheeks tb1blWlhgroup away to the south a hard expression came into his fali such u I had not seen there since the old days of his bat thing with Bwerger Trouble ahead Sizzumg presence quenched the par ty And Indeed our late cheerCulnesli was untimely at the Clltheroe at once grew cold and stern Nothing eeuld be more distant than her manner toward the saint She treated him M a highbred woman can treat a crub eoundlng with eve every gesture and measuring with every word the Ineffable gulf between them Yet ihe was thoroughly civil aa hostess Bhe even seemed to fight against herself to be friendly But It was clear to a bystander that she loathed the apostle That she was slot charmed with his society even his course nature could not fall to discover Anywhere else the scene would have been comic Hero he had the power No escape no refuge That thrust all comedy eft merry story out of the drama and left on ly very hateful tragedy n sad story Still it wits a cruel semblance of cum edy over a tragic umlcrplol to seethe Mormons cringing approaches and that exquisite creatures calm rebuffs SIzzum felt himself pinned In tils proper place and writhed there with an evil look that said he was rooting all and treasuring all against his day of vengeance To be continued The national airs of great countries are short while those of little countries are long God Save the Queen is 14 bars the Russian hymn is 16 bars and Hall Columbia has 28 bars Slams national hymn has 76 bars and that of Uruguay 70 Chile 40 and so on San Marino has the longest national hymn except China which is so long that people take half a day off to listen to it J F t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesiaa In the Interaatlonal fcrlrafo- rFkraarr 1001Parahle ol the Tea Virgins The LESSON TEXT t Matthew 16111 Thin shall the klncdtm of lteava be likened unto ten virgins which took their lamps and want forth to meet the bride grotm I And tin of them were wise and flv were foll J They that were Isdbh tk their lamps and lock as oil with them But till wise tk cll In ttrtr vessels with their lumps I Whll tile brldegrsem tarried they all lumber1 ant dept I And at allnlght there wee a try made Behold the brld crm e mtn g ysutt- o mid Him 7 Then all the virgins arose and trImmed their lamp I And the foolish salt auto the wise dive ui of your oil tar cur lamps are gone cut t Rut th wise answered aaylor Nit so lest ther be ot ctub for us and yeu but to ye rather to them that Mil and buy fr yourselves It And white they wtatUbuy this bride greets aam and they that were ready went In with him to the marrlag and the dor was shut 11 Afterward eats sue the other virgin saying Lrd Lord opsa re us 11 Hut Ne answered and said Verily lilY unto yau know yu not U Watch tbr rre for ya know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of Man cmthi- olnrM TKXT Wafeh tkerrforri for ye ksuw neither Ibe dy nor the hour nbvrvln the lUll of Sian cumrlb Slate AND COMMENTS This tenon Immediately follow the last lesson lu point of time being Tues day aftarnoon April till third day be fore the crucifixion JMU Is on kite way from the temple to Bethany on the Mount of Olives overlooking Jerura lure Through the parable of the virgins lie utters prophecies sad warns lags to Ills disciples The lesson analy sis covert the following three points The Preparation for tbs Bridegroom Ver 14 L The Cry at MldnlghtVer llI The Arrival of the Urld gromV r 1011 After silencing Ills enemies the gen tie tender Jeans preBaunced the most terrible woes upon them because of their flsentss sod misleading of the people closing with a touching lament over Jerusalem because of the evils that would befall It on account of Its rejection of II Ira lie sew a poor widow casting Into the treasury her little offering and praised her for she lad given all the hid lib public ministry was closed A Jesus wont out of the temple with His disciple He proper sled that the Immense stone In the temple foundations should all be thrown down On their way to Beth any they eat down on the western slope of the Mount of Olives where they uould look down upon the city There Jesus foretold the dreadful trouble that were shortly to come As they were still titling on the mountain aide Jesus described Ills own Mining again lu great glory No one lie said would kuow the day of lib coming but all ought to be doing forlitwarn them that thy ut be ready or the hour of their salvation might pass You will BoUoc tie difference between this parable std Uioae In the preoedlug chapter Theis warned UIIservant t bI awake sad wktahlng ii the one w I stuly today leeks rather to a preparation that should be made long before It was the custom to celebrate a marriage by a areoestien from the house of the bride to thatf the brU groin It was generally at night end everybody had to carry a lighted lamp Each of UI rirla should have brought enough ell to last and have bad it with her This was something they knew they would needmnd could bare attended to It many day before While welting for the wedding pieces Ion there wee ao reason why they should keep awake The procession would eme with noise as music Had they bn all ready thy MtiU have been getting refreshing sleepso ss to be bright fr the hut But the preps ration had been neglected It Is not mere watching we oust learn from this parable It Is to make sure of the prep aration The claim for a abate In the feast U not sustained Desire for Heaven itnet a passport to Heaven Wish for bUss is not proof of fitness for the corn panlenshlp ef this holy sod only those can be admitted to the company ef the bleat who are fit to base fellowship with then Jesus demand that his disciples bl alert vigilant watchful Ye know not the day or the bout As true sow as when Jesus spoke these words It Is dangerous as well as Impious to say Till Lord ddsyeth III coming Therefor the Impressive ex hortation Watch flew to to Great If we want to be at the top we must be willing to be at the bottom muat11Ieare paradoxes It II the one who is content to have nothing who alone can poueaa all thing Ile who was greatest of all sad yet who was the WhoIloeversoever among you shall be bondservant of all Do you wea- rto be great Then you must be wllrlug to nerve faithfully until you are areatS 8 Times- Troth Tersely Told Courage la the cure for discourage ment Money makes the mare go but It cannot keep happiness in the saddle The judgments of God are as lov VSalnbthe merits of their frown The feet will go where the heap la inclined The wages of sin are always paid right on time The tall of the sinner Is like that of a meteor the farther he falls the faster he U ooMUBMd jlam Kara e r j I II The Life of VICTORIA Personal and Political Private and Public a II She did nothing common sordid mean Upon that memorable scene Biography of King Edward VII TVletorlllllwrlUcn history of the British empire for tbe lut CO years and by Its ruml fication the history of the aftalro of the blllurN+ beyond the most extravagant proph ewle ef her childhood the most note werthy achievements In every depart ment ef loloncc philosophy and In KINO KDWAIID YH- Knewn fer Many Year aa the Irlnce of IVby duttry and a readjustment of pollt loal and commercial relations among the nation of surprising sweep So cnsplcuou has been tbe part played by England and 0 noteworthy the merit and the influence of the queen that the phrase Victorian era has been accepted by the world as a Just ant ample characterization of the perid Included in her reign Ulrlh f the Queen When Victoria was born at Ken sington palace May 24 1919 she was considered by no wean an important baby as royal children went Indeed It was only by tardy courtesy that the duohesa of Rent hurried from the continent to England in order that Jar child might be born on British soli was given apartments la Xn eJngton palace where the future queen flnrt aw tbe light Victorias father the duke of sat was tbe feurth Mn of George III who was Mill alive Her mother was the Prin MM Vletori Mary Louts of Sue Ceburg lealleld who was tbe widow A erf the hereditary prince of Lelnlngen JIl Jben abe married tbe English duke ul of tent died a few month after the berth of bis daughter and the little girl was brought up under Ui Clare of her mother and educated under the direction of the duchess of IferthumbsrlandAa lbw Thranr She ucoeedd to the throne on the death of William IV third woo ell George III June 20 1137 when the crvwn of England and Hanover which had bun worn by the same person since the accession of George I la 1714 wets saparated the fonner devolving upon the young princess and tbe Utttr by virtue of the Salic law falling to the duke of Cumberland the late kings younger brother She tvae crowned In Westminster abbey June U 1839 Some Interest was takn in the fact that from the first the queen subscribed herself simply Victoria and not II bad been expect ed Alexandria Victoria The duke of Kent had given his daughter the name Alexandrine In compliment to the young emperor of Ituisln but it was considered very wise on the part of the young sovereign to employ urn ply the name of Victoria around o ALEXANDRA THE NEW QUEEN which no ungenlal associations of any kind hung at that time and which can have only grateful associations in the history of this country England for the future Develop Capacity Early With the death of William IV the I reign of personal government ended in Victoria to the England When came t throne the whig ministry of Lord Mel bourne for whom she had the strong eat regard was in power The duke of Wellington was of the opinion that the torle would never have any chance with a young woman tor a sovereign but before many years pasted it was apparent that a woman could be capo swait ceaatltutlonel polioj JJt I jL S fUll cuM show us little regard for per sonal predilections in the business of government all any man A Illlull tit ICxcltement The early years of Victoria reign were full of Interest and excitement There were the rebellion In Canada the AntiCorn league thechartlst agitation the Jamaica question the Diverending Irish question the Afghan war and the war with China Along with these event came the introduction of many great discoveries In science Industry and commerce which are now consid ered specially representative of modern civilization Tilt with Sir Hubert Ircl About the only serious club that Vic toria ever had with her various ministries occurred in 1S39 when Sir Itobcrt Peel tried to dictate to her In the mat ter of selecting the ladles of her bed chamber Sir Itobtrt wu actuated bjr purely political motives but his man ner of presentIng them to tbe young queen offended her deeply and she refined to consent to a course which she conceived to be contrary to usage and was repugnant to her feeling This question led to a return of the whig gov eminent to power There was great excltementandal public bsnqutltbe oamo the fashion to toast the queen as the sovereign of spirit who would not let her belles be peeled i Wrtldrd to rrluve Albert February 10 1840 Queen Victoria was to her couvln lrlnce Al bert of SsxcCoburgOotba TbJiwaso love match pure and simple but thet young sovereign owing to hr position had to conduct the negotiation mainly by herself During the previous month she had formally routed parliament of her Intention to marry her cousin n step which she trusted weuld be son dticlve to the laureate of my people as well as my own domestic keppineia The announccmeat was not reh4with unlverMl satisfaction but a tor dial reception was accorded Prince Al IV nuKE OF TORK Will Now Be Known as Prince George ot WalM bert on his lasting Is Ignd several day before the marrlag ceremony It was some year before the people thoroughly uni rtood Frlnee Albert All hi action were loul1 watched It wa Imagined that hwouU endear- or to overstep his limitation a the consort of the queen and try to influ ence political affair But this feeling wore off as the excellent personal qual Itieioftli prince became known When he died December 14 1111 the national grief was profouad No man Itwsead milted had ever noted himself more faithfully to high and dll1cultdlitlullud words of commendation were heard on nil sides For many year after thus bereavement the queen led a life of strict seclusion She avoided all public and court ceremonials though her du ties II a sovereign wire sever neglected Hrlevn with Mir Poplr It hll been a grief to the queen that the last years of her reign should be marred bywan In which her soldiers have suffered severely even while die playing their most striking bravery She wept over the losses of her soldier in South Africa and shared th grief of those whose families suffered personal loss In womanly sympathy no less than In queenly bravery through national trials and In national Joy Victoria baa been her peoples queen THK ROYAL FAMILY Result of the Value f Vletorln and Prince Albert From the union of Victoria of Eng land with Albert of SaxtCoburg In 1810 have sprung nine children 40 grandchildren and 35 greatgrandchil dren Death has removed 11 of these two sane and one daughter one granddaughter and seven grandson Mar riage brought her majesty nine daugh tern nndBonslnlaw Three of the lat ter hove died while 13 of tile 14 grandsons and granddaughtertinlaw survive Among her grandsons and grand sonsinlaw are a reigning czar an em- I peror and a grand duke Tier eldest daughter Is empress dowager of Ger many and her descendant will in time wear the crown of Great Britain Greece and ItounianJa The nine children of the queen names and date of birth are + Princess Victoria Princes Royal Bowemprese dowager of Qerjqaanf bora J lr4+ L November 21 1840 married January 25 1861 Frederick William then crown prince of Prussia who died in 111 iiEmperor William II of Germany after a reign of only 99 days Her son is now emperor and he hu had six sons and one daughter The empress dowager lies had four son ant 13 grandchil dren Albert Edward prince of Wales who now becomes resent born November 9 1841 married March 10 113 Princess Alexandra f Denmark Re has had three tens and three daughter aad has three grandchildren ills eldest son diet la Uti and his second son the duke of York married Princess Mary of Trek and has two children Princes Alice born April S5 1843 married 16C2 to Prince Frederick of Ifesse died December 14 1878 She had two sons and five daughters of whom the youngest living Is married to the czar of Itussia There are nix grand children In this family Prince Alfred duke of Edinburgh IJlFU Ireland born IiimC1rrled 1S74 Maria Aleimn Iroraa only daughter of tho czar of Russia late duke of axeOotha aud Dobarff They had OB eoa sad daughters one ef wkom his two oWl iris FriaesM Halsaa born HMj married till to Prine Christian of ltebl swig HoliUIa Tkey had ir ekiHrea MtmarrlHPritM Leatsa barn 1149 married la 1171 the marquis of Lome the only one of the children marrying outeiie of royalty They have no ehildrca Prince Arthur duke of Connaught bora 1S50 married 1870 to Princes DouUe of Pruwis daughter of Freder ick Charts the famous red prince Three children have come to this union Prince Leopold duke of Albany born Duke 11853 married Princess of Wai 1852 died in 1884 Two children one this household Princess born 1857 ried 1SSS to Prince Henry of Batten THE EMIUESS FREDEUICK Oldest Child the Frederick Germany The prince died in 1806 leaving tour childrenInumber of 23 the German emperor of England It M ul J faQeA Xngland would hays to take the i empress of Russia provided the people did not decide otherwise andi53 heirs would have to die before the queens roungestchlld Princess Beatrice would succeed to throne- YICTOUTAs nl It Bzcteiled Thatt AaT Other Earp Monarch Queen Victoria reigned fbr a greater number of years than any European sovereign Her reign last ed 63 7 months exceeding by over four years the reign df George III which was the longest in England before she came to the throne The longest reigns in Eng lish history have been Victoria reigned 63 lived 82 years George reigned SO years lived 32 year Henry in reigned SO years lived 65 years Edward III reigned 10 lived C5 Elizabeth reigned 45 years lived 70 years She was empress of India for near MAJESTY VICTORIA Queen ot Great and and Emeret India tour till mar of of of the ION III Vly 25 years haying rev litle by proclamation on ApI- Sh all the ir the of lords who we the at tho time of hr ex cept Earl Nelson and dors who were then or had b tfer of the of common She survived all the men d her original privy council and o JUT first of commons fr Gladstone be ing one of the oldest former members of the latter She saw Episcopal see vacated and refilled at least twice during her reignShe saw her judicial bench recruited at least from end to end She was a widow for 40 years She saw five archbishops of Canter FOUR GENERATIONS OF BRITISH ROYALTY Victoria Prince of Wales of York and Frlnca Edward of YorK Helen posthumous form Beatrice Queen and Widow berg would make king other years years years yearn Britain outlived house realm house house every twice Queen bury and six of York and five bishops i ofLondonShe seven lord chancellors ten prime ministers and six speakers of the house of commons anowTii or TUB EMPIRE llnrvelnp Territorial Expansion Wit fleeced by VIotorlH The territorial growth of the Brit lab empire during the reign ef Queen Victoria has been prodigious In Asia between 1837 and 1853 the terri tory of Solnde of the fllkh Tanjore Lower Durmnh Nagpur Sattirn Jhansl and Oude were brought under British dominion In the latter year all British India was transferred from the British East India company to the crown And since that date Upper Burmah the Shan states Be luchlstnn Manlpur and Chitral have been annexed Nor must the little but enormously valuable territory of HongKong be forgotten as one of the acquisitions of the reign Passing from Asia to AustralaJo even greater changes have occurred Before 1837 New South Wales and Tasmania were the only organized colonies in that region and the rest of the great islands were practically unknown land Since then New Zea land Victoria Bouth Australasia oj Queensland and West Australia mrrn been added to the mighty oluaier ot British colonies which now domimata 1Jj1ipawl aavi many smaller island group are now also to be colored with BritlA r4on the worlds map In the Western Hemisphere In the western hemisphere there have been few changes in territorial lines British title to the sorthweat territory has been confirmed and the area of British Guiana somewhat en larged The development of the Dominion of Canada las however beees almost equal to the discovery and aar nexation of A new continent Finally in Africa there hu been etupendooej progress Sixty year ago Great BrU taln owned Cape Colony and two ec three other mere foothold la theee threescore years she baa acquired tm the southern part of the dark ca tincnt the territories of Natal Daft i toland Bechuanaland Zululand sad finally the vast territory admlniatere4 by the British South Africa company extending north to Lake Tanganyika The recent acquisition ef the Tram vaal and the Orange Free State gives her absolute oontrol of South Africa In the east she las practically takes Zanzibar and nearly half a millioi square miles of hinterland extend ing to the Congo state in the heart of Africa and northward to the Egyp tian Soudan At the west she his acured an Imperial domain la the Niger country and In tile north she has a temporary control over Egypt of which the end no man can yet dia cern NOTABLE IUGISIATIOlt Saute of the Most luiprotant Enacted Daring Victoria Helen During Queen Victorias reign there were many notable acts of legisla b1Itionary in the extreme were quietly and peaceably effected The eon laws were repeated and England em tcred upon her marvelous prosperity under a free trade policy The Irish churoh was disestablished and the odious system of purchase abolished In the army There was a sensational feature connected with the lastnamed measure It was opposed by tke house of lords and defeated by a trick DUCHESS OF YORK Wife of the New Prince ef Wale An amendment was carried totheeffect that the lords were unwilling to agree to the passage of the bill until some comprehensive and complete scheme of army reorganization should hers been laid before it Mr Gladstone thereupon took a step whleh is vent ously critjcised to this day Purchase was permitted only by royal warrant and la order to checkmate the lords Gladstone advised the queento cancel the royal warrant which made it legal ladlIcreated an act adding Empress of India to the queen titles Members of both political parties were opposed to the new title They claimed that the old one of queen of Great Britain and Ire land was sufficiently striking and honorable But Disraeli es usual carried his point He hinted myste riously that the question of suprem fey in India was involved in the title and that there was Imperative necee city of asserting the position of the sovereign of England aa supreme ruler for the whole empire of India It was well understood that Russian intrigue was meant by the wily prime minister and the act passed out further protest TilE REV KING A Uriel Uloffraphr of England Fu Lure Ruler King Edward VII better known aa Albert Edward prince of Wale re ceived the name Albert after his fa ther and Edward after the duke of Kent hi grandfather The prince was i r =ittrt Im Buo nfBJB ptuotHoYe tgbl t 141 Tk title of duke of Corawa Ml upea him at birth he being thll lUeat eon of the ruler and he was Bale prince of Wale and earl of Ches i ter Before he had lived a month The ether titles that fell upon this son of royalty were the duke of Rothtsay hIM of lazeCoburgGoths prince of lazoay earl of Carriok earl of Dublin Baro Renfrew and lord of the Isles Da ale eighteeath birthday the prince was Made a colonel in uarty He ram OIRMAN KUVKHOIL- Orandsoa of Queen Vloterta a4 lea of the llmpnn Frederick received the Order of the Garter OK the eame day Mae Traveled Extemilvely The yrlnoe of Walea his traveled exten ivly At the age of seven he Journeyed to Irelaml for the frst time sad ia 1151 visit1 Paris with hit pareata and the princes royal With his tutor Mr ebbs and Col Cavendish the prince walked through tie western part of England Incognito when 14 years old and later visited for sometime in Germany Many journeys to all parts of the continent were taken the prince generally going incognita under the name of Baron Renfrew Ireland received a visit from the prince and his wife five years after they were married and in 181 they traveled extensively through the east returning through Russia The prince made hie memorable visit te India in 1871 The PrlaeVi Marriage While OB e visit to Europe the prince of Wale met the Princess Alexandra ef Denmark and their be torthal wu announced September 9 1862 The wedding ceremony took plea in St Georges ehapel at Wind sor March 10 of the following year and the prince end his wife furnished in establishment at Eandrlngham Prince George of Wale was the first child bore In HIS Mel Pr mUBt Tree Mason The prince of Wales le the mostrprominent living free mason He ia grand muter of the grand lodges of England Ireland Scotland and Wales and is also grand prior of the order f of Knights Templar in England and AcclptedIUnited Kingdom having received the thirtythird sad last degree in that branch of free masonry Si For more than thirtytwo years he hu MIA identified with the masonic order There le not a member throughout the world who takes a G- deeper or more active interest in its I welfare In the exalted position which ke occupies by reason of his royal station and his high office in throughI THB CZARINA OF RUSSIA One ef the Favorite Grandchildren of Queen Victoria eus belie with which he Is affiliated tho equality upon which all free ma eon stand when meeting aa such so cial lines being relaxed to a remark able degree Masonry everywhere re oelve his hearty and unqualified sup port and hia presence at important masonic function Is always sought for and usually with aucceas v 4+ MM M +++ M t M MMUHH +l I++1ir 1 H CHRONOLOGY OF QUEEN VICTORIAS LIFE 180 Ist9 LondaJan1S37 June 20WIUIam IV king of England uncle of18S7 June IS CoronatUn of Queen Victoria in Westminster Aikefd parliament1S39 consort 1810 Feb l Mrrltd to Prlnc Albert of SxeColI otna1S 0 Noy 21Blrtb ef Victoria Adelaide princess r7aL1111 Nov tAlbtrt rlnce ef tia1ea here1542 Sept lQuun tint visit to Sctlisd reptaldUtigueaa frt prise salaltr1- J54 trelFeb 2S Declaration of war acalnst Kuuta1168 Nay ITbankslvtnlC fr upprston of Indian Mutiny 1J61 Duchris of Kent queens mother died 1S81 DIe 14Prince consort died lia March 10Prlnci ot Wale Prince Alexandra Sibs Jan U Queen first book published 1S72 Feb 9Quten shot at by Arthur OConnor i 1876 Mar Proclaimed empress ot India 15S3 March 17John Brown the queens faithful servaat dieI1SS7 June Celebration of the queen colden Jubilee IS92 Jan S Duko of AvonSale died 1593 July 0Duke of York married to the Princes Ur1S9I May Inauirurated Manchester hip canal onwaIp16n1S99 Oct ItWar declared In Bouth Africai 1900 May MCelebrated eliatjrnrst blrtha- t JI 4ad4t Ie Ite W l 4 1 THE OITIZENBEREA KY JANUARY 31 1901IJ TEN RASOENS Why Christians Cannot Fellow ship the Mormon Church Sixth Tlio Mormon church teaches supromeGodltho and tho only God with we to do and that Jesus Christ is his son by natural perforation moor 1 Ho Adam Li8 our FATIIEI and our GCD and the only God wilt tohom WE have to doWhen tin Virgin Mary conceived tho child Je sus the Father had begotten him ii his own likeness Ho was not begot ton by tho Holy Ghost And who is the Father Ho is tho first of tin human family Journal of Dis courses Vol I p 50 Sermon by JJrigham Young 2 And also with Michael 01 Adam tho Father of all the Prince of all tho Ancient of DnysIfPearl of Great Price p CO 3 Adam fell but his fall became a matter of necessity attar tho wom an hind transgressed In tho language of tho prophet Lehi Adam fell that men might be No won dor Father Adam foil and ncconipa uiod tho woman sharing in all the miseries of the curse that ho might be tho father of an innumerable race of bolnga who would be capable of becoming Gods Millennial Star Vol XVp SOl Seventh Tho Mormon church is It teaches n plurality Godsllhavingbecame Gods by practicing plural or MorImon1 And they rnoor went down at thoI beginning and they organized formed that is tho Gods tho ens and the earthAnd they the Gods said let there bo light and thorn was lightPearl of Great Price p SS Book of Abraham ac count of creation 2 A General Assembly Quorum or Grand Council of the Gods with their President at their head consti tute the designing and creating pow crKe to TheQloyy p 59 3 Gods angels and men are all of one species one race one groat family Same p14 By consent of the Head any one of these Gods may create organize people govern control exalt glorify ana worlds on worlds and the inhabitants thereof Same p 43 5 Tho head God called together the Gods and sat in grand council to bring forth the worlds Journal of Discourses Vol VI 5 And have got to learn how to bo Gods yoursolvesthe same as all Gods be fore youSame p 4Jotenh Smith t G They pass by the angels and tho Gods which are set there to their exaltation and glory in all things Then shall they be GodsDoc trine and Covenants Sec 113 10 SO He is here speaking of those who practiced plural or celestial while on eart- hEiylthTho Mormon marriageI es an anti doctrine of salva tion It requires faith in Joseph Smith in tho books he producedor translated in tho priesthood in con tinuous revelation and in baptism by immersion at tho hands of a Mormon together with faith in the Father Son and Holy Ghost with tho Mor mon definition of the Trinitarian persons as conditions of human salva tion It uses tho atonement of Christ to cover original sin tho sin of Adam k and teaches its adherents to depend on good works as the basis of for personal sins It also pardonI doctrine of baptism for tho is antagonistic to tho Biblo doctrine of rotribution and that encourages people to remain impenitent rnoor 1 See citations under Third and Fourth proceeding 2 But verily verily I say unto thee Oliver Cowdory no cra shall bo appointed to receive commandments and revelations in this church excepting my servant Joseph Smith jun for ho receiveth them even as Moses Doctrine and Covenants Sec 282 priestshasaim which gives all revelation Every priest then in the church has time right of receiving revelations Every member has tho right of receiv ing revelations for themselves both male and female It is tho very life of tho church of tho living God in all ntfes of tho world Millennial Star Vol V p 117 Brigham Young the speaker 4 tho spirits who have not obeyed tho Gospel in the flesh must either obey it in tho spirit or bo damned Solemn thought Dread ful thought Is thor0 nothing to bo tidonoGod has mado a provision every in tho oternal world can be ferreted out and saved unless ho has committed that unpardonable sin And every man who has a friend in tho eternal world can save him unless he has committed tho un pardonable silAnd so you can see you can bo a saviour Jour red of Discourses Vol VI pp 7 8 Joseph Smith the speaker That is by being for such a one in the To be continued Correspondence Owsley County Guhbnrel James Evorsolo of Manchester was visiting hero Sunday Court at ICircuit J II Tiusley of Bar boursvillo us Thero wen a number of people from hen at Boonovillo Monday Bill Gab passedjcoutsSamuelin Jackson county last week We nro glad to say that Owsley Countj is nearly freo from whiskey If om good people will unite to keep it out our community will prosper in all goodJ L Isaacs tho common wealths attorney for this district was unable to attend court this wool account of sickness Ion Mason County BaptistISson Supt Mrs Fannie Lewis Ass Supt Mrs Hattie Strauss Treasurer James Munday Sect and Organist Rev W Strauss and Miss Francos Strawdor Teachers Wnttie Johnson remains ill at his homo on East Third StMr Hattie Lee Anderson enter tained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Lucille Gordon of eWlort All present had an enjoyable time The funeral of Uncle Bartlett Walker was largely attended at the Plymouth church Rev 0 A Nelson olliciatcd Mrs 0 A Nelson served lunch Wednesday afternoon in honor of Lee Mrs Lucille Gordon and Mrs Hattie Anderson David Adams is ill at his homo on Third St Benjamin Thomas is quite sick at his homo Madison County Ioytontowii Carrie Jenkins Jenkinsdiedthe family yard on Silver Creek Johntfuruor visited his brother Henry last Sunday Rev J Miller attended his appointment Sunday in GarrnrdcountlSherloy Burr nrn v in last Sat urday Irvine Haynos who is em ployed by tho Ford ru Co spout with Mrs Jujia Burnam hi- smotherinlawPtl Mil inlay is building a horse Jacks Creek for Rubo Million d George White of Berca has tall his place in the store until he rotu sSullie Gentry aud- sister have gJie to Winchester they expect to stay there for tho summer David left last week to outer college at WJJHamsport OhioCad White who hrs boon is recover ingMr Joe Finnell has moved back to tho Mason plac- eBourbon County Millorsburgr Wo allrejoiced with Mr David Ross on tho return of his son Sam Ross from Santiago do Cuba Sam looks well and will remain with us awhile Mrs W H Bowen was called to Oberlin on ate count of the death of her mother and the exercises of her school will bo postponed Lucilo Jefferson Hattie Mayberry and Frank Lewis were grunted certificates of graduation nt the semiannual examination on Sat urelay for candidates from the public schools Mr Percy White and Mrs Halsie Me Kee aro ablo to bo out ngninMr and Mrs Albert Lewis rejoice over the arrival of a nonMr Bush has sold his farm and it is rumored that he is going to Oklahoma Wo regret to lose such men as Mr Bush Jackson County Clover Bottom Gran Hays has gono to Richmond Thos Hayes ro turned to Clark county today While cutting shingles Thursday Isaac Dean cut off a fingorNach Thomas lost provIlistNo need to go south for a change of climate wo have ono in Kentucky every twentyfour hours Sidney Q Lninhart purchased a cow and calf of D M Click Rov Wm Powell took his little daughter Lizzie who has a diseased foot caused from a boil to the doctor Monday Thoy fear an operation will be neccesary SIraud MraOssio Tudor aro rejoicing over on eight pound girl Quito now tooNathan Williams was over from Rockcastlo this week Tho series of meetings at the Clover Bottom flap tist Church closed Tuesday Evergreen Robert Maupin is suffering very much from catarrh 0 M of Disputanta has been visiting friends in this vicinity and soiling medicine Edward Loko sold a very nice mule to JLainofor i0Ben Ballard has a nice sad dlomaro he wishes to exchange for money or cattleC J Lakes has a good pieco of farming land well tim bored and two coal banks 75 acres for sale at 1001 J Lakes has ro turned to his homo near Borea to prepare for a largo tobacco crop am has returned homo after a 7 month stay in thoCovington jail for without liconsq Gibbs IB moving to his new IGreen on J W Jones farm WAXTEDAemVK MAN Of GOOD CHAU ctcr to deliver end collect In Kentucky for old uUbllibcd manufacturlnz wholesale house 1900 a year ours Honesty more thin experience required Our reference AnT bank In any city Enclose scirnWreastd lUmpcd enTtlope JUnu Ucturers Third Floor 331 Dearborn 8L Chicago THE HOMEIEdited by MISJ GRACE J STOKES Intttuctreu lu Domestic Science Here a Col150 THE FARMERS I1O1M2- BY HUTU STOKES REARS The farmer his interests mid hill home form tho subject for much of the talk thought jand work of intelligent people today And why nott The farmer is our most important cit izen both for what ho raises and for what ho buys We look to tho farm for very many of tho things that make us comfortable and happy IVo have always found it a neverfailing source of good things To tho farm wo look for our noblest typos of manhood and womanhood in time past it has given to us the majority of our dOt tors our lawyers our professors and our presidents Thoro is something about farm life which develops all that is purest no blest and best in people Farmers minds broaden as thoy view tho vast fields of waving grain they are made Bympathotto aud tender by wing brought in contact with tho weak helpless things in uaturo The care which must bo given to n tender plant or helpless animal cannot but leave its impress on tho character Yet with nil these natural advantages which go to make farm life tho most enviable and enjoyable there is much about most farm homes which might be greatly improved upon Of alit kitchens fho farmhomo kitchen has the greatest possibilities It is horothat wo find tho materials in abundance whichjaro so necessary in tho preparation of all articles of food Many farmers think that thoy cannot afford touso thoso materials lavishly thoy must botakou to town and given in exchange for articles which are not so nourishing and which in the end do not give the satisfaction that their own products would givo had they been used to tho best advantage The greatest rea sons for thisstato of things are first not knowing just what is the best way to uso the materials at hand secondnot beginning or planning for a meal long enough before mealtime At such a time it is a hurry to get something together tho question is not What is the best way to pre pare an article of food t but What is the quickest wayTJBMany farmers wives feel that everything that comes to the taboo must bo strong greasy food Tho fried pork fried potatoes strong coffee and all tho other strong foods which only tho farmers wife knows how to are served from lay to day as though nothing clso wouldsatisfy tho appetites of her hungry family Things are fried urn til it seems there is no other way of soaking them Tho frying pan is used the broiler and the oven would give morn wholesome food Somo one has said Tho fryingpan ia tho curso of thoAmerican nation tho poor hurried housewife would bake her biscuit and boil her coffee in it if she couldTo continued To Whom it may Concern This la to certify that wo have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet tis CoBuyers of country produce 401 Duane Street Now York and find thorn to bo worthy of all credit anti financially ablo to fulfill any contract that thoy might make and cheerfully recommend thorn to all dealers in produce as a sound financial hcuso to soil to Yours truly 1ID1NIELS CourANT Binkers 6 Wall St 4i 90 Broadway Sept 28 1900 Now York Pn0l Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 80c On buttons lO- ceach3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOENTS WASTED THE SCHOOL Bdltrd by J WDIntroore pew of the Nor mal I CDartinctit lie rea College A TEACHERS DONTS C 31 It is not always tho now that help tine teachers most but tho old toll ovor and over again Dont failto assign yourjlessons on the board Always give a doihnit thing to be studied Dont begin with an easy disci plino expecting to change later A small boy was asked at tho close of the first day of school How do you like your now teacher Ho replies doubtfully I dont know Thom added Shoe strict but its a kint strict That teacher could have won no better compliment after her lira dora work Dont begin work with your clan until you have the attention of ever child and until each member of tin class at his seat is doing what he luau been told to do Dont give a command unless you are ready to demand its obedience Dont say story when you moan a sentence or problem Dont repeat tho pupils answers It is H bad habit which grows rapid iyIt is jutiliublo under two condi to correct an error in tin use of n word and to encourage a Urn id child to talk WON on tho vubjecl under discussion questionsRemember Dont ask lending questions 1 They givo too much assistance i2 They deprive tho child of his right to think 3 Thor aro n hindrance to time best attention I tho teacher loeswork hidllhe thinks her pu doingDont for your pupils to iud tate Gut tho desired expression l j asking questions which briug out the thought Dont read the ndvanco lesson aloud yourlessonDont work when yourl rooms in disorder or when there isiunnocossarv confusion Dont bo cross Consistent firm less with kindness will servo your purpose better Dont accept outline and lob ow it blindly Make it own by putting your own individuality into Dont lear pupils One small boy when ak dhis reason for not wanting to go school said with in of offended dignity Andsiecalls mo dear as if 1 was baby DoutvriUcise yourfellow teacher Dont fret over your work or worry YourTfellow teacher hat as herd n time ns you have David Hum mays A reasonable amount of fleas in oat for a dogthoy keep him from roodiu over bein a dog ArMs mablo amount of cares is good fo- ryoufor out of thorn will como your growth development Dont attend teachers meetings ixpocting to ask at your earliest op rartunity May Igo now Dont put your bad boy on tho rant seat Givo him a backseat vhere tho other pupils can not see iiim or BCO how much and on givo him as you pass aroundthe room There you tan make him feel that you trust hiui lave you not at some time in your ifo done what had scorned impossible jccauso some ono trusted you or believed in yeah Make tho bad boy fool that ho has your confidence and 10 will prove himself worthy Tho nobility of our profession lies not in vhat wo do for our good pupils but cxamllovacame save that which was lost Dont forget that you are not pro paring your pupils to enter upon the luties ol life thoy are liviuig their ivea now and each day must face ifea duties Theirs aro as great and is hard to boar as your own aro These days with you may bo tho happiest they will ever know To you IR given tits blessed privilege to put nto each life what no one also could put into it If you miss the opportunity it is missed forever You have not a class to deal with but Individ ualsoul1each as capable of develop mnf nnu as to 1m saved us four own That the responsibility great is true but meet it with the U18t there is in you and you will do wolle BEREA COLLEGE Founded less Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 2C Teachers 700 Students from liO Stnton nest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housowork Nursing two years Model Schools General Education anti fitting for advanced courses For those tufflciently advanced to yet a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and Collego Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral rime Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay a small incidental feo to moet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 2100 about 14 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method fens Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIItCDILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky i THE FARM fAiled by C JUsos Inilronr ol Horti culture Beren College Appalachian Park Bill 1rsidentMeliuloyI tho establishing in tho southern Ap palachian Slountans of a groat Nn preserveThis lotto from Secretary Wilson setting forth tho merits of tho proposition as gatli ored from exhaustive surveys an din veatigations made in this region duo ring yourho by Senate Pritchard for carrying this moveinon into effect ia one of tho most valuabl and iuiportant mcaMirca for the Suitors states that huts been before Con gross in years When we contiidu tho vast ruvenuwi that are dorivoi the forests of tho South and the sum bcr of moil those forests indiiHtrie employ wo should expect to see tho forest NO managed and preserved to make them n perpetual source of wealthBut what are tho facts In easier Kentucky as well purls of the south our oakwalnut nsh- and poplar are radidly t itinapparih and tho once forostclad hills are too often fire swept nuil domidtxl thnt the younger growth which should re place thu is eithor destroyed or prevented from starting propositionbasof forest lantis are to bo withdraw from benefiting tho laborers maiui factureis and the business interest of the South to become the resort hUll game preserve of n few wealthy sports men It menus on tho contrary limn under wise governmental control tho timber wealth of this region will boa harvested that provision In uiada for young trees to take time place of then cut It meats that the valuable soil eoy er tho accumulation of coulurin willnot be exposed to washing floods or swooping firos It moans that tho years go by this region will be como more and moro a source of wealthIt not moan a depopulate wilderness but it fornst region doltec lucre and hero with thrifty villager peopled by steadily employed wools mon anti their families a region nt tho same time where wenry city dwell ore might have ready nCCCMH and lint the recreation and upbuilding tlltlY need amid tho inspiring surrouuing of those forests and mountain And it moans still more It menus that trnuicxl men will be uuctltHl skilled foresters engineers road builders and rangers and that ninny young mon already by birthright skilled III woodcraft and nt homo among the mountains may Gut through tho study of For a lucrative and Inspiring pro Cession opon to them For the precut proposition is only a Ixgiunin at applying Forestry to our American woodlands Them is perhaps not a state in the south but xxiaesti 8 great tracts ol land bettor adapted to forest growth than to agriculture and onco lol the American people become awake k the groat economic fact that it pays to insure tho porpotuity of forests on such land And they are not going to stop at tho tail of tho procession behind European countries in such matters Stato as well general gov ornmont will find this a wise path tc travelIt to bo a source of satisfac to friends of Boron that this College two years ago introduced Forestry into her course of study began the collection of an unique Forestry mu scum and the purchase of the nucleus still small indeed of a forest reserve In tho mountain lands iu sight of the college buildings If tho generous friends who enabled us to make this beginning wero just now reinforced by still others wo could at this time acquire at a very low rate n tract of land that would not only afford the opportunity for practical field study needed by our students but in years to como be an important source of revenue to tlo institution Perhaps no whero in tho Union could tho study better be made of forest trees in their natural conditions and the problems of their regenera tions which will loud us to tho real American Forestry than in the region of country adjacent to Beren TilE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE To the Senate and House of Hopro Hontativos I transmit herewith for tilt morn thoIa proitnmouary report of investigations tho forests of the southern Appalachian mountain rev gion Upon tho basis of facts oatab shed this investigation the seers tiny of agriculture recommends tho purcoaso of laud for a national forest reserve in Western North Carolina aastorn Tennessee and adjacent states I recommend to tho favora blo consideration of congress tho reasons upon which this recommen nation rests WILLIAM MKINLEY THE LETTER OF SECRTARV WILLSOX Secretary1Vashinqton 1001 The PresieJont The bill making appropriations for tho departmont of tho iHcal year ending Juno 30 1001 pro rides that aIsum not to exceed five housand dollars may in time diicro ion of tho secretary of agriculture conoditions in tho nountain regions of western North Jarolina and adjacent states In iccordanco with this provision I have undo a thorough investigation of tho forests in a portion of tho southern Appalachian mountains as dirwiM above including an estimate ofJlM amount audconditlou of time timber an inquiry as to the autteMfif J ty ofthis a national ps a- as proposed by the Appalachia WrA tioual Park association and amiiatni- uatiou of tho validity of time WMOM advanced by its for the ow Xjco and assistance th time United States surv from tho deportment of tho interior which recognized in this the deep anti widely diffused public interest in the Ian Time forest investigation was made to include a study of tho character timIost growth tho extent to which the bylireholding tho price at which those forest can now be purchased condlIinnlltigationlLi ont for the proposodpurk and to those of their opponents and as a rcult1I nlll strongly of opinion platter is worthy of caroful considers tion The movement for tho purchase anti control of a largo area of forest land in tho east by time govormout hu parkThovation not use that of a forest re serve conservation by use I have therefore to rccoimnund a forest re fully18hownIn reserve f would bo self supporting wiselydictaExtensive areas of hardwood forests within tho J1 lon indicated aro still in their primitive condition and these are among tho very lest and richest hardwood forests of tho United States Time region in general is better adapt ed for forestry than for agricultural purpose It is located about the noaelwators of numerous streams such thu Ohio Tennessee Savannah Vadkin and Roanoke which are Important both for water and for Tho general conditions exceptionallyfnrornble orations In practical and the weather is suitable for lumbering op erations at all seasons of tho year It contains a greater variety hard wood trees than any other region of tho United States since tho northvru and southern species hero meet It ia a region of exceptional and picturertqucuesH and Although it would not bo lily accessible to vU itors in all parts at nil seasons of the year by far tho greater portion of Its area would bo easily reached nd cli matically pleasant throughout the year cotnaumption of our tim ber Hiippiitv tho extensive destruction rlflultingiof water in important streams h a served to develop among tho pr of this country an interest in femur uobloma which la ono of tho marked centuryitho government has set snide in the western forest reserves an area of moro than 70000 square miles There Is not a single government forest re Reno in tho cast I havo the honor to bo very respect fullyJAMES WILSON Secretary Appalachian Park DUI roe TUB ArrnorniATiox or PITS MILLION DOLLARS The following is Senator Pritcharda bill for tho purchase of a national forest reserve in tho southern Appalachian mountains Bo it enacted by tho senate and house of ivprcsontntivcs of the United States of America in congress em- Dlpicultureispurchase lauds suited to tho purpose of a forest reserve in tbo Ap mountains within the states of Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Alabama and Ten nessoo in total extent not to exceed two million acres and to care fore protect use and make accessible the forost reserve or any part of it wlwoflO purchased See 2 That the secretary of anitIhe may doom necessary for tho care protection and uso of such forost ro servo and to soil such wood and tim inJuIwool or timber shallbe sold other excoptIAnti provided further That the proceeds of such sale shall be covered Into tho treasury of tho United States Sea 3 That the sum of five million dollars or aa much thereof 0nay bo required ia hereby of propn itcd for tho purchase of lands for a latioual forest reserve as heroinbe oro specifiedsaid reserve to be known all tho Southern Appalachian Forest feservoj and said five million dollars shall be available until the expiration of tho fiscal 19101011 unless extendedA was introduced Ihtb house by KopresontativM Pearson i Josh Billings said The boat time to sot a hen is when she is readyI WANT EDCloan old rage tho Printing Office Will pay atIouts a pound chance to prepare for Teachers Examination in Spring Term beginning March 13 IiSpecial