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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager SIth Strwtg NtaR or Yclton and Cur rrpmdent- L NIrtd aI IN rbdajht of rkrm Ayto aecouf daaa Uofftatltl I VOL IL A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY 21 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 35 1IDEAStho poison or the Houl Mans favor le temporary but GodHI is everlasting Wo must not work with robillion spirit or a tog od iranr but must outer upon our duties wild viol and a heart in it Tho Indians do not kiss ouch other Having FOOD suvernl of lliiiu wo do not blame them George chopped tho cherry tree my BOH But that was beside What cherry awhclioa would lmv done To George if he hnd lied e Take Notice On Sunday 1I10rnlnfDr Burgess wi1l1mmchut Church o Borne on iHhtluraUlI ut night on Brother Next Sunday morning wlMknt First Church 0 Bnroa tho doors or the Church bu o nentxl for candi dates for membership Baptismal service at tho same hour Next Tuesday afternoon tho Worn BUH prayer meeting will bo at the home of Mm L V Lcxlgo e FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian newspapers do not indorse Franco in retaliating against the United States in tariff matters In a lire at Baku Russia 127 fatal Ilion are reported oudn nninbci more are ex ectcd to die rellOrtllallIt is that tho Spanish Cabinet nllrht tomorrow RIIII n coalition ministry under the republi can will bo formed IK OUR OWN COUNTRY Ex Senator W D Wushburn or Minnesota says thnt Minnesota will soon bo producing enough lignite coal to of North am South Dakota and possibly Miuesot as well Women are rapidly displacing stem in tho schools of New York During tho last there wax a decrease ol 217 iu tho number of men cm ployed the number or women teachers cronsed 1073 While the central section of the t Jnitod States has been enjoying an hnusually mild winter tho Atlantic States have had a season of uncom mon severity In New York for in stance there have been up to date eightythroo consecutive days ol sleighing like having never ho fore boon known in the history of the state Susan B Anthony celebrated her 81st birthday in tur N Y Feb 15 Sho says she prefers the ballot to the hatchet doe trine but when tho ballot is defied use the hatchet Citizen An Anti Bill hen passel both houses of the Delaware Legislature mind will be signed by tho Gov ernorA is before the Indiana Senate to legalize smashing It is aimed at unlicensed saloons and gambling placesC- OMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY At Jellico Ky on Saturday night at a dance n man named Strunk snot at n man named Surgonor tho ball passing through him causing instant death killing n boy who stood behind Strunk twill an accomplice are in jail- Bishop C B Galloway of tho M E Church South has been engaged to speak at the Friday session of the Convention of Y M C A at Louis ville which moots Fob 21 11 Tho noted London preacher and former associate of D L Rev F B Meyer will preach in Louis villa March 20 no anti ill He has been invited tho Ministerial Asso elation of Louisville Tho Rev John B Culpeppor and son Rev Burke tho Georgia Evangelists are conducting a successfulevangelistic nt Walnut St M E Church Louisville Aunt Peggy Jones tho oldest porn in Kentucky died lately at homo in Ghent Sho was 121 years of ago It is said that the Fayetto Tote phone Co Lexington uses rats mud to assist laying its cables in tho undorgroulldconllllit The rats are through tho and a forretwith a tied around its neck follows thorn to tho string a throughhato draw tho cables after it The Winchester Democrat publishes an account of tho nrirdor a of Negro in ono column and the meeting of the Bible Soooty in the adjoining col umn and qommends both THE CITIZEN Locals and Personals Len Lewis is veiling his homo folk C M RawlingB is down with 10 grippeLook fir IV M Reynolds Meutl Market Mr E 1 Fiiirchild wife an daughter iclnriud Frfdnv The phone nt Students Job Print and Citizen is No 10- Mr James Dalton has bought tlto Arch SI opp property on Center St Mr J M to day on II visit to his brother in Winnmac Ind Mrs G M Patterson District Pro dent of tho W C T U was th guest of Mrs L V Tuesday Rev M A Drnn a mtuniwl mil stonary from Africa held services nt Second Church Saturday Suntln and Monday Mifsts Anna Hanson Rlld Ethel Putnam entertained on St Vnl entinos Eve at tlm residence of Mi and Mrs Samuel J Hanson Mrs Southworth mother of Mis Alice Southworth who purchased th Burton property on Chestnut Avo has comuto be her daughter Kov JW Bow State Cor Sectj of the Kentucky Baptist Missionar Ireaclt in tho flap list Church Monday nl ht1I oby MrJund Mrs Uoll returned front Marion county lost week where they have been on quite RnIlX tended visit to relatives of Mrs Robe About a week ago Mr San Denthernge npur Berea received a visit from parties unknown who car rill off with them a good overcoat need 13 chickens Tuesday night tho Societies of C A and C E met at Ladies Hall tom a joint social Over two hundred wore present unit thoroughly cnjoyet tho hospitality DUll entertainment- Mr J M Baldwin electrician of the Richmond T Co was hen the first of tho week on professional busimsss The eight now phones ir the several departments of lego wore put in running order On Tuesday evening J M Racers culled on Dr Fairchild who is still confined to his room and in the nluno of tho members of A and B Rhetoric als presented him with a very hand some bouquet of lowers as a murk of their and res cct Today twentysix tnumlwrs of tin local 1 M C A including Pros Frost and Profs Raymond Marsh and Jones also Mr lxolIlelivo on tin north bound train for Louisville it take part in tho State Y M C A Convention which meta in Louibvilli Feb 2121- Our friend Cbarlio Johnston ouci of Born now of Huntsburg Ohio called on us just before leaving last week but ho failed to tell us what hi intended doing before leaving Mad son County lie took a very estimable Wo sent cordial wishes for happineas to the bride and hearty congratulations to Charlie It is suggested that bulletin boards bo placed at tho doors of the vestibules of First Church and that tho notices which now sc much valuable unto at the Sunday morning services ho plainly written thorn so that all may rend for themselves A long list of notices to ho rend just before tho sermon will handicap any preacher and distract almost any hearer DEAn Mrs Burnett sister of Bob Cook died at her homo near Scaffold Cane Friday Funeral Saturday Bruuor Moore of near Bobtowu died Friday Burial Saturday Tho eleven mouths old infant of Mr and Mrs John die Intosh of Boron died Sun tiny morning Burial Monday at Clover Bottom Uncle Stove Willis a pioneer of Berea Ridge died Sun day 0 m Burial Monday at the Stapp Graveyard On some forty ladies gathered at tho home of Mrs L V Dodge to meet their old friend and neighbor Mrs Patterson of Lan castor Mrs Patterson attended the late National Convention of the W C T U nt Washington D C aud her account of tho proceedings was very interesting Mesdames Short and Osborue favored tho company with u vocal duet After this refresh ments woro served und a general social was enjoyed Sunday was n Letter Day in the Churches of Beren At First Church of Beroa there wore thirteen candi dates for baptism mid five other per sons wore received into the watch care of the Church At Second Church uluven candidates were received by in tho evening at SecondChurch seven persons wore baptized into the communion of the Baptist Church Thesu thirtyone now members are only of the Fruits of the recent revival There ore more to follow Saturday was n busy day In tho Magistrates Court Tho docket showed seven criminal cases Goo Burns bronchi of peace E Richard son drawing gun John Walker violation of local option law J M Lucas drawing gun Tom Harris con cealed weapons Wm Pig drawing gut There wore seven civil suits tiz Wm Robinson vs Salem Weav or Sam West vs Jamos Buruham G L Isaacs vs T P Simmons Mrs ATFish vs Miss Lucy Martin Joe Hayes vs Frank Hayes Price Lucas vs Lucas Lambert R G Bollard vs Turner Reade GEORGE WASHINGTON Pee Memorial Booklet Tho College will a bookie of 82 pages giving description or Funeral and Memorial Exercises in memory of Rev John Gregg Fee to gether with a sketch of his life anti the addresses of lIon C F Burnaui lion John D Goodly Rev W E Barton D D of Chicago class oC 85 Rev Jamas Bond of Nashville fern class of 92 letters etc Tim FIVE ILLUSTRATIONS includ three pictures or Mr Fee showing him In muiriiDod and in age also Mn Fro and Geo Candee Otis B Winters Wm E Lincoln curly workers III Borcn and view of tho first build inj of Boron College with Father Fe In tho foreground This something which want right now and which you will wish to keep and leave to your children Booklets ready early In March hut must bo ordered now that wo mny know how tummy to print SOlid or tee ra toT J Oiborne Treasurer Bo rca Ky Booklets will Iw sent post ago paid for 25 centsoacbor fivofo one dollar Proceeds go to tho Portrait Fund and we hope to receive enough to pay of Mr Fee Outer at once- EXHIBITION MARCH 6th Tho Exhibiton at tho closo of the Winter Turin will bo ot unusual inter est to the citizens on account of the practical subjects to bo presented The young who appear an from tho B Rhetorical Class Mr Allen will discuss Mountain r Klima the Educatioi of theLaud Mr Mason tho Negroi Right to work save and learn Mr Pow Queen Victoria while Osbonn and Wells will debate tho question Has any church tho right to oxcludi true Christians from its fellowship Miss Todd will read nn essay upon The Number Thirteen 13 members of the B Rhetorical appear at this exhibition while other young ladies havo a contest as to tho best trout mentor tho same subjects Skill ir tho Kitchen will be tho subject of Miss Chrismau and Miss CII Id 011 What it moans to bo n Teacher is the subject of Miss Bullis and Miss and Tho Successful Student is the themo of the papers by Miss Rudduck andMiss Madison County Mr Arch Maupin of Kingston di ed Friday Ho was 21 years of ago The for tho wheat crop in this county is said to bo very discour aging Policeman Dudley shot a mad dog on Main St Richmond last Thursday evening Mr Tallon E Nowby an old and much esteemed citizen of this county died Monday 86 years Supt Wagew and wife have boon bereaved or their daughter Katie who died Monday age 11 years Mr A A Talbot u student of Con trnl University filled tho pulpit or tho Methodist Church Richmond Sunday morning Tho trustees of Millers School House havo decided to allow no rolig ious services in tho school house thus barring out the Mormons Mr Chas W Johnston a former student at Borca and Miss Molly Settle daughter of Atty A P SottU sf Richmond wore married last Thursday at the home ofthobridui jiaronts Rev H J Derthiuk official ing The Valley ViewArgent 16 dust says Moss E L Hardiu James Taylor and Thomas Hardin one eve ning week by means of nu im provised soiua made of coffee sacks took out of Tutus Creek n few yards from tho Ky River 210 pounds of fish This tho IIII fish story is said to bo a fact SAW MILL for SALE A twelve horse power engine mounted on wheels and a Saw Mill and Grist Mill combined all in good order at prices to suit tho times Call on or address J W Lambert Con voy Ky 321 WASHINGTON AND VICTORIA PROF HOWARD JONES Recently un Englishman and In American were in a heated disjim son Tho Briton contended that ai American could never have tto jus siouato oran Englisiun The principles of Democraiy urel1 right but you cm nivo lovo a principle the way you love person Amid hu concludetl triump- hl1l1t1y You havo no Victoria No said the Amerumn but w 0 have n Washington The discussoi ended abruptly in eloquent Hilenco Both men had made a climax There BayWhy subject so ready to pay a loving tribute to Washington and tho American citi zen to Victoria Lot us compare these two characters Tho one was man the other n woman tho out born a private cititzen till other a royal princess tho ono a rebel against sovereignty tho other the personification of British tho ono spout years on tho tented field tbo other lived and died with n horror of war Yet those two are beloved for tin same reason Why is itt It is not Washingtons generalship there hoe been other generals as great It is not his statesmanship there hove boon other statesmen as great Nor is it Victorias statesmanship Queen Elizabeths was easily equal Who is it then that has mado nil the world lovo this immortal pair the one fa titer or thu American Republic the other Monarch of tho British Em pin They were good When the young princess learned sho was to as Good thu throie sho wept over the great burden site must bear and recorded in her diary that she doter mined to bu good and she was She will bo known in history as Victoria tho Good And so it was with the Father of his country Ho was good as troll as great or rather goodness includes greatness The greatest greatness is goodness Fn thin Great sent n sword inscribed From tho old est general in the world to tho great oat general in tho woild It was a royal compliment but Washington had never greater things on the field than tho immortal Prussian who single handed fought the combined of France Austria anti Russia to a standstill taus making it possibly for us to drive the out of out own beloved America But nobody loves Frederick tho Great All tho world admires him His achievements dazzle but nobody loves him for ho was not a good mutt Ho had a brutal father anti so grow up embittered Ho in turn treated his wife brutally Voltaire was his close friend He scoffed at God He was always ready to shod blood togratify his ambition How different from tho good old queen who loved her noble husband Albert bettor than life who devoted herself to her children with all tho intensity of n mothers love who walked humbly like a little child before her God Yes how different from Frederick tho Great was Washington tho Good lIe might intro had tho crownho preferred to ho one among follow cit izuns loved him nstclIllor scoffing ho used to kneel in tho snow lit Valley Forgo and mud pour out his soul to God for all human succor had failed him His first concern was to do tho will of God amid having won divine approval ho cared not for npplauso of mOil Ho was good Today wo are keeping his birthday as- a glad and festival und all over tho British empire generous Englishmen are glad to join with us for no was good And today Brit tons are mourning thoir revered Queen while generous Americans lot their tears fall in with tho tears of thoir English cousins for tho old Queen was good To speak of moro greatness in con nection with these two Best Beloved jf the Anglo Saxon race is profane for they wore both surpassingly and goodness is tho greatest groat nose An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL f 60 CENTS A YEAR FEBRUARY advertisement sovereignty Washington RAWZ Z z zii WQ zgUi21r CHANGE OF FIRM il 0ELLnow firm will exert all of its ability in trying to please- the public and willat all tunes havo LARGEST- STOCKd of nil seasonable things that will bo shown in this city IOUR AIM at a reasonable price and we everyone wants in tho Cloth ing lino Wo will SAVE MONEY in everything in tho way of Suits Overcoats Extra Pants Hats Mens vigortUN Ibefore Wo have now many BARGAINS in present season goods that wo wish to closo out For Spring we MlerchantQimny want COVINGTON BANKS Ia RJchrnond Kv 4 rfi3 i2i2i2 Meat MarketpI I have Good Fresh Beefor Pork constantly on hand at popular prices- Blacksmithing done At the same standat lowest rates for good work P M REYNOLDS Depot St ju a 01 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptodnto Photos Nothing but tho boat tlulsli at the lowest prlco Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 80c On buttons lOc each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AQEVTS WANTED BO C Anyone tending a ikclrti onj d eMAln our opinion frro inIntention on Ialtnu tpetuilnutlce without charge latUa hiMmelrlllnntrated teeth r irrcit Journal Tern a limncti Ufflce V BU D C taos Ntt1 iHw Ii NONVN 207 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKO DESIGNS OPVntCHTS tlnnmay whether probably patentafole Cummunlrm tloninlrlctlrconfldcntUL Handbook rnerforaerunnyratentaPatents Scientific Jftierican- ci- tntatrtanyaetentldo neadealeraf10uuWuhlovton Phice3i IDO YOU SEE CLEAR F jsror YOCJ MAY T A ROBINSONr 1 Jeweler and Optician 1 Main Strut Berea Ky eyesFaeEandthouwill lit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fmo Jewelry uud Mice Novelties Robinson sets your limo correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him Attention Kentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a necessity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pea made is tho IParker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail fromeCollege Book Store Every pen WABBANTED and can either bo or mouoy satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly tilled Address Perry F Shrock Boroa Ky Juno2JII101 J C MORGAN1 Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to laAM Hot P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades vtiiSBSend ui 212 cent atampa and we will mull you a knife tho exact size of thus picture It has 2 blades Iand retallageuerallf aI7S bul to get you to try then we will end you ono for U cu or s2 cent stamps Your wife wanu e patrol Lowest Douglas Bros SHEARS We Will mall her pair of 7 rneh razor steel sham tor f ct or 30two ct stamp We hays an page- Illustrated Catalogue we will mall you tree If you auk for It AiMren MUIKH A QUU3II CO 00 AilnmsSt Toledo Ohio and mention the Citizen N N NbN jLatsst Styles NNS N N R MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Gaps a Gents Furnishings We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this PALL the most Stock ever shown in this city As usual us bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere WEST MAIN exchanged Douglas Bros I I liable Complete everything 1WESTSTREET RiQhrnond ECvSTREETI Be careful to keep your promiseGeorge Washington rrj NEWS CONDENSED Inlrrritlnc Inlelllsrence Gathered by Wire From All Purl or Both HcruUpXerea JIOXUAY President Diaz of Mexico may visit the exposition at Buffalo N Y Miss Cnrrie Nation will visit rela tivos In Kokomo some time In March Very severe weather and heavy t snowstorms ore reported throughout FrncoIJames Stewart n retired lumber merchant of Minneapolis Minn was killed In n folding bed Another death from bubonic plaguo has occurred nt Cape Town and two fresh cases are reported It is reported that De Wets commando is extremely exhausted and harassed on all sides by the British- A large mass meeting was held iq Lawrence Kan In the interest ol tumperancc Sevan jointlsts were nr restedCount Von Waldersce has notified the foreign commanders to prepare to rostimo military operations in China on a large scale owing to the unsafe isfaotory nature of the peace nego tmtionsOov Koosevelt ended his hunting expedition He arrived at Coloradt Springs and will return cast in excel lent health The governor Is mud amazed over the buir raising storiei circulated concerning his hunting ex perlences SliuriiT Cook of Topeka Knn arrested Mrs Maggie Cummins and hei 1Iytuc old daughter Edna on a war runt Issued in Jefferson county charging them with the murder ol Jcbn Cummins a quarryman di vorced husband of Mrs Cummins Miss CurrIe Notion followed by t band of 600 men and women demol ished a notorious joint In Topeka Ion broke into n cold storage plant wlieron number of fine bars had beer stored awayand demolished them addressed a large mass meeting and ins arrested four times SlMIAY Cuba objects to the United States maintaining any naval stations or the island Francis U Lotfmis the United Btntee minister is very at Caracas Yenoiuoln Prince Clung has been ordered to Mil himself before nn official bya royal edict It Is about settled that Senator Hanna and Jones will ride with the president inauguration day The duke of Westminster and Miss Shelagh West were married at St Pauls church Knights Bridge London The edifice was beautifully dec orated The Chicago burenu of charities has issued a pamphlet about wife de sertion It says that COOO women were left In Chicago penniless lost year It advocates severe penalties Additional fires discovered on tho upper floors of the Hotel Majestic have added to the fear caused by the mysterious Incendiary who has been operating among Chicago hotels three daysAs a result of the countervailing duty placed on Russian sugar by Sec retary Gage the Russian minister of finance has placed added duties on American Imports of Iron machinery and the like which is practically pro hibitive The British prime minister has put down his foot and In stern uncom promising language first through the kings speech and then through his own has announced that the only terms which can be accepted from the Boers is their unconditional sur render a SATURDAY Memorial services were held over the remains of former King Milan in Vlunnn Fifteen women armed with axes and hatchets wrecked several joints In Perry Kan The Colombian rebels are particu larly active In the interior und no coffee can bo shipped from Cartha pena Judge Jesse J Phillips of the Illi nois Kiipremc court died at his home in lllllsboro lie had been ill for several months An amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill appropriating 100000 for the construction of a tel egraphic cable to Hawaii was offered in the senate- A series of explosions in a shaft of the Inlon mines at Cumberland DI e imprisoned men working there It is thought all have perished as fire followed the explosion Col Cronin and 80 men of the 53d regiment routed 100 Filipinos at Can than South Hollo They hud two can non und wecc strongly entrenched behind stone walls on the mountain tilde Maurice Thompson the author died at his wel1knonI fordsvillc Ind lie was Alice of Old Vinecnues He was also the writer of several other worksAt the Bostock Zoo Indianapolis- Ind Albert Neilson a 10yearold boy was killed by a tiger A terrible battle between the beast standing over nnd clawing its bleeding victim in Its cage and keepers armed with red ltut pokers took place An electric car at Newport Ky jumped the track and landed in the bottom of Taylor creek SO feet below There were 24 persons on the car and strange to say none were killed There were many injured however HOIIIU probably fatally h FIUIOAY English troops engaged Gen De Wets force north of Phfltpstowu Capo Colony- A severe earthquake shock was felt In Memphis Union City Tenn and Poplar Bluff Mo Houses were aha kenThe British parliament opened and King Edward made his first speech He said the war against the Boers would be continued Attempts were made to fire the Palmer house Sherman house Great Northern hotel and the Hotel Grace Chicago presumably by thieves A magnificent album containing scenes of the coronation of the czar In 1895 was presented to President McKlnley by Count Cssstnl on behalf of Emperor Nicholas The Nebraska senate passed by unanimous vote the antikldnnplng bill It provides for the death penalty or life Imprisonment for kidnap lug when n ransom is demanded Judge bluster enjoined the pro posed prize fight between Jeffries And Kuhlin in the Saengerfest hall CIa cinnati He declared it a nuisance brutal pernicious and demoralizing Chinas obstinacy In settling tho terms of peace with the foreign envoys Is now believed to be for the purpose of facilitating preparations for a renewal of hostilities in tho springPrince Charles of Bourbon was united in marriage to the princess of the Asturias in the palace chapel at Madrid No disturbances took place as expected The city was under mil itary rule- President McKinley sent a message to congress urging that the thanks of that body be tendered to Adm Sampson for hits work during the Spanish war and the officers and men tinder his command TllUIlSllVY The four new warships will ba named Connecticut Louisiana Wash ington and Tennessee Mrs Senator Thomas C Platt died in her apartments in the Fifth Avenue hotel New York In her GOth year The steamer Lucerne was lost near Bncalicn N F and 30 lives per ished Pieces of wreckage were washed ashore According to present plans of the war department tho regular army will be recruited up to its full authorized strength 100000 men The Kansas senate passed a bill designating places where liquor is sold as public nuisances and provid ing means for their suppression Three of the Chinese to whom the emperor sent a choice of suicide have declined to comply and the em peror has withdrawn his request Madrid is in a state of siege The students and others continue to make demonstrations and vlotu took place at several points in the city Thirty arrests were made T N Fordyce of Detroit has leased the Miami and Erie canal be tween Toledo and Cincinnati Eke tric lines will be built along the stream and tow the canal boats by means of a motor- A mob of 200 men and women demolished Schmidts saloon at Infield Kan Half a dozen shots were fired and two persons were wounded Other places will be raided The jointists are defiant and bloodshed U feared The finishing touches were given to the Cuban constitution by tho editing committee There will bo two sessions of congress a year A committee was appointed to define the relations to exist between Cuba and the United States THK UHKET3 Cincinnati Feb 10 CATTLE Common 2 3 65 Extra butchers 4 4 75 76iCALVES Extra 7 25 HOGS Cholcepackers 5 5 45 Mixed packers 5 30 tr 5 40 SHLEP Extra 4 10 il 4 2- 5LAMBSExtra 5 FLOUR Spring pat 3 20 WHEAT No 2 red 79 80IICORN No 2 mixed 42 RATomixed 2y- 57 IIAYlkst timothytH 50 PORK Family u14 75 LARD Steam ffo 730- BUTTER Ch dairyr5 13 Choice creameryr 23 APPLES Ch to fancy 3 00 3 60 POTATOES Per brl 50 t GS TOBACCONew 00 0 85 Old 8 70r 12 00 Chicago ILOUR Win patent 3 3 8- 0WJiEArNo 2 red 7476N- o 3 spring at 7- 2COHNNo2 39I 3011 OATSNo2 25 25 BYE 51 tf 51Vz PORK Mess J3 00 iQ1305 LARD Mess 7 42i 7 45 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 05 00 WHEAT No 2 red 80 CORN No 2 nixed 14 48y OATS No 2 mixed 30a RYE 05 PORIOFomlly 15 00 g 15 50 LARD Bteam Q 7 80 Dal l1 more WHEAT No 2 red 77 77 Southern 72 78 conNNo2 mixed 44p 44 OATSNo mixed 28 4y 29 CATTLE Butchers 4 80 5 25 HOOS Western 585 Jg 5 00 toil IviIIei FLOUR Win patent 4 25 v 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 77 CORNMixed new 78 78 OAlS Mixed 28 P12PORK Mess SO LARD Steam 7 25 Indlnnnpoll WHEAT No 2 red 1j751sCORN No 2 mixed OATS No 2 mixedrt M MAKING A RAG DOLL Itow Ilttlo Mnry earned to Put Uno Together for llcrjirlf and Olh era fur Her Chums Oh mamma said little Mary Durst Wont you make me a rag dunl One dayhatyouWhy Mary your dolls are much nicer than can make We did not have such wonderful dolls when I was a child We did not know anytnlng about bisque beauties with while teeth and long curly hair I know momma mine are nice but I do want to see one such as you played with when you were n girl I dont see though why they didnt wake those MAnS DADY pretty ones then so you could have bad one But then if you will like mo a rag one will play like it U the very one you had and then I wH put my nice onea all sway and tend like there werent any nice ones for awhile and then will feel like you did So Mrs Darst made her the doll Mary laughed heartily when It was dune but seemed to think more of it than of all the rest So here It Is straight picas of muslin about three incites wide and four inches longacwed together at the ends Gather at the top and draw together tightly and stitch It fast Then stuff this with cot ton or wool or sawdust or whatever you like With a pen and Ink mark on the niislln eyes nose and a mouth Make he arms without hands and the legs without feet make a straight body and when it Is all sewed together It will look very funny at Ieut Mary thought so Cincinnati Comm rela1 Tribune ICE CAVES IN MAINE Some ur Theta Are lletnrr iiir and llnirr lvr nnd Wrll AVnrli of n TliuroiiKli t hlt Being a rock state Maine nbopnds ID eaves of which the outside world knows very little It is true there are no caverns like the Mammoth cave In Kentucky or the Luray caverns In Vir ginia but some of them arc very pic turesque fnd aweInspiring The Greenwood ice caves are utllolently Interesting to be better known than they are- These natural curiosities are about a dozen In number Wsileys cave being cavlero400 or 500 feet in length and about 12 feet in width The exit Is at the top of the mountain The upper chamber Is very much smaller and Is conneclldI with tbe first by a enough for half a dozen to pass abreastOne tbe caves is shaped like a well and is from 20 to 30 feet In depth There are regular steps which wind around the sides to the bottom Here are two chambers running In opposite directions one of which leads nearly to Observation rock It is called Snake passage and to pats through It one is obliged to crawl on hands and knees The other chamber leads Into a cavern which is large and somewhat tri angular having several chambers one of which connects with Well cave The walls of this chamber rite upward 75 feet or more In tome of the caves Ice may be seen all the year round and torchlight produces a beautiful effect upon the gmssy Ice and the cavern walls There are two great rifts In the mountain one running northerly and the other In the opposite direction These arc great curiosities and attract tbe attention of all who visit the caw Amphitheater cave Is really a great depression In the mountain overlooked by Table rock the highest of a series of rocks or ledges that convey the Im pression of rows of benches Altogether the caves are well worthy of a vltlt Golden Days The hoer laden or Kilts An English woman who has pub halted a diary of her experiences at Jncobadal during the fighting there says It Is amusing to sec what nn Interest the Dutch girls take In the British wounded They are causing quite a JQulpusy among their own people who say they are not so much attention from gettlnjI since the oude Roolnekswere into hospital The women were full of compassion for the Highlanders who were brought in after Magors fonteln Poor things they said they are so poor that they cant af ford to buy trousers A ClilcbenlluclclnB Machine A device has been Invented by A western packing house for picking chickens There is a receptacle in which the fowl is placed after being killed and into this arc turned sev eral cross currents of air from elec Inca fans revolving nt the rate of 6000 revolutions per minute In the twinkling Pf an eye the bird Is itrippcd of its feathers even to the tiniest particles of down and the ma thin is ready for another The hint isvet bare ben taken from torna Mar JACK JOUETTS RIDE Tlir Tlirllllnu Very n tlrnve Youn innkeepersVarnlugI tiiTliiiiiiin Jrn ron Paul Revere was not the only man who roth long und land to warn patriot that the British were coining in tho days when the present entente Iwtween England and Amor lea Vas n thing tttidrrainrd of Worthy to rank with it wua the ad venture of Jnrk Jout tt n young Char lottravllle Innkeeper who rude 30 nillea to save Thomas JefrVrmm from capture The story in told In St Mehnlu by P11t Duke Jr leek shrewdly gnvmcd that Tnrle ton would follow the highwny Into the main road that led by the coun try HtnU the homcH of the gentry Jack knew shorter route nn old this used road that would lend him to the river thence to MonticiUlo std thun to ClmrlotteHvlllc not n pleacnut road to rldu or drive though ns pic turonquu n route na onu often aces fur on either side grew great pine trcen here and nmsalve oaks there Willie dogwood and muuuifrna and sailing filled In apace The road hind once haft n bnlTnlo truck and then nn Indian trail then n wagon road for awhile but na no tale worked it or changed the grade it rapidly wnaheri Into n aueecaalnn of roil gullies and become wellnigh Impalpable Ho It had been almndonedinany years and nature had covered up the acme i no ile bv the animal nail nuts unit only In a few place could one haw known that It had ever been ud as- a highway Broom s dge grew alter fnlllrthe wild hrambh ran riot everywhere In the shade Into this old toad Jaefc pushed hi horse and soon wait dash ing at fullsd over hill and 1111i It was n dn Hjre roil ride even tdow gall Deep gullte lay concealed underleeaeheronaly auilHng wild flow era Ground hngholea offered pitfalls liable to break the log of lib aired overhanging Hmlw swept him In Die fare and the wild brier tIer and auon eauphl him In a painful and harass fag embrace iUs fet bore for many years the tear left ou Itl face by this brier whleh you know climbs up trees and wens to throw Itself from one to another lint Jack had no time In consider there thin s He knew that In n few hours the enemy would bo In Chnrlottenvllle and make rriaonlorwarning hits mare waa sure of rout sound of wind and no other fox hunt ter ever got the anti she were In thin bllnljSo away lie wont lightly with the but oftener cheering her In the Muse with n merry whistle or encouraging word He lead SO mile to make lieI GOUld lave as easily made 50 on a good road AS 36 through his wlldor fleas At one point the dlsuaed mad entered a Held In sight of the highway along which Tarlelonx legion was pawing and a few stragglers JOUKTT AND JEFFERSON saw Jack when he unshed Into the open They followed him with loud shouts and n pistol snot or two but when ho dashed into the woods they abandoned the pursuit Once bin lIayI mare fell her foot hawing n mouse of brush and brier nail half rotten logs but up she scrambled and awayshe went ns if she knew dejpellllldrode Ills 30 miles nnd paused in the ford justopposlte the ntuc Milton two miles from 1ontiwllol Only n mouthful of water dill he nl low bin gallant bay to sip und then he dashed up the river batik through the streets of the lIIl1ge1 stopping not nt anxious hails of men nil women but merely Nhoutlng The Britisn are coming The Brit ish Are cooing In ton minutes he drew rein In front of n quaint brick house on top of thin now famous mountain He wna a sight tooIthe derides mill his face was torn brflrltluurnamud std dirt his mnrc covered with sweat nnd foam and panting us if her heart would burnt through lien sides Down from the porch In front of which Tack hind alted came n tall thin man dressed n n suit of nnn kcnu lace at Ills wrists And shirt front nail with n little swordcane In his panel This tuna had clear spar kUng blue eyes n thin skin under which the blood almost seemed start Inir Ills hair was thin anti curly and covered with white powder For n moment he did not recognize the rider Then na he drew nearer Why Mr Jouett ho said what brings you here and with your good horse so wellnigh spent 7 Jack could only gasp The British governor Tarleton and ills men passed Cuckoo tavern at six oclock this morning TRACE CRIME TO LIQUOR Illlnot JurUli hay Inln and Increase In Divorce Cimllr- Trnoed to DrlnU Much of the crime of the dny and the growing evil of divorces are truce able Illinois judges declare to till drink evil says the Chloogo Trlhiinu Somo jurists any thnt In tholr opinion halt the divorce cases and more that that percentage of criminal eases are caused by the use of alcoholic drinks These statements are miule In cc abase to liifjulrlts made recently by prohibition lenilem whose Intention Is to use the evidence thus gathered In a renewed war on the saloons Justice Jacob W Wllkln of the state Miprumu court refers to anti adopts as his own a statement of thin supremo court of the United States In the case of Mugler vs Kansas 1ST U S which Is as follows Vo carrot shut out of view tho fact within the knowledge of all that the public Kiiftity tiny be In danger by the general use of Intoxicating Minors nor the foot established by stntl tlos accessible to everyone that tho IdlencM disorder jwiiperlum and erlmo existing In the country are In ionic degree at least traceable to this evil Kepllns from the judgos of the air cult courts of the state are In Marl an follows A N Waterman ChlenRo The uw of In toxloatlng liquor can many divorcee What preportlfln It Is ImpMtlble to tell CrlMM of personal violence with no ele mans et robbery are frujumtly caused by Intoxicant my observant twins that one halt of all Buhl murder end aseiilla where ro robbery or theft Is Intended re suit from this eattte Temperance would tend to leeeen crime- Edward P Vail Ueeatur Vhll my slate meat to Imleflnlte I would cay that I hays a general notion that a lam proportion of both crime and divorce can Itedlrtctly traeed to the me at liquor O A Marker CarbondalaTnat the llquar habit has aural many iMvorce nicreased court expanses and wet many to tile itenltrntlary and poorhouio every tnan who ha been circuit court Judge In Illtnoli trust admit A K Vlcker VlsnnnI have no doubt that a large pronUm of crime to testable directly or Indirectly to the exceeaive use of Intoxicant John D Crabtre mxanIrobaMy halt of tile dlvore spite that come Into tile car eult courts are traceable to the drink evil It the most fruitful inure of pauperism crime riot disorder Insanity and death Mown of- Jefferson Orr HtteOelbVlty exiwrienc has been that the drink baWt raae a dl iron family difference brawllnu pov arty Mlrneea Insanity sad murder At hut onethUd of our court expense II due to this ruOeor W Herdtnan Jefveyvltle ni ute of lnioxlctlnB liquor II tIN cur of ewrae l urlnn a period of It year on thr bench I have obwrved that at Ithalf the crime and half he dlvorue are directly or Indirectly traceable to the drink habit The habit II tbe mother of crime J It llotwru Cairo Meet prtonr who cofifta their crime charge theauee oX It to taloxlcatlon John C Oarver Itsokford No one qwa UOM the evil of lye drink haUI James 8haw Mount CarrullInvons are particularly traceable to the drtak habit Thorns P Ttp on lllooinlniHon hvsent I men to tbe penltentUry and It is ray ndsment that aU of them coinmitiMi the crime directly or Indirectly en account of drink FIRST TEMPERANCE SOCIETY iHlrrolliiK Account nf Ili llrunnlin Hull nl Morinil hnrnlomt Count S Y The first total abstinence society in the United States la said to have beent organized at Morcau Saratoga county N Y on April 13 1838 On that date four young men met In the surgery of Dr II J Clark of that vlllagv then called Clarks Corners to consider what could be done to stay thu tide of drinking habits In the place After many plans thought of the temperance to defy and pledge signing were at lat hit and a constitution was framed recchelllthebecame tho president Gardiner Stow a young lawyer the secretary and Hev Lyblus Armstrong and James Mott n Quaker farmer were made a commit tee to iteourc members In n short time the society wall enlarged and the name was changed from Morcau to the Mo reau and Northumberland Temperance society which name it bore when the semicentennial celebration took place April U 18S8 at Kcynolds Corners two miles north of the kite where it first originated This was a regular temperance jubl lee with delegates trout far and near and fine speakers and music HuH n Hundred Years Ago a poem written and rend by a young lady poet of the town Miss Lurn Anna Ilolre added much to the exercises All the original slgnern were present Dr Clark pre sided looking hale and hearty after 50 years of hard work as n country doe loff lie lived to the ripe old age of 80 working for the cause he so dearly loved and In his will he left a fund well Invested the interest of which was to furnish temperance literature to the schools and Sunday schools of his na live town There is still a temperance society known ns the Town of Morcau Temper once society which holds monthly union services In the three different churches of South Glen Kails the only village of the town At the past mi nual session the principal of the high school Prof SnnforO was chosen pres Idcnt Several quite noted Sunday school nnd temperance workers luau their home anti early training In the school dlntrict where Dr Clarks lame was situated Canadian Royal Tern pine Leu SiiiiiUlnir In It Is said that French rnlIhave to a considerable abandoned the use of tobacco Alllerii can physicians attending the Paris con gross Intimate that the government monopoly In tobacco done much to bring this about Time cigars of tutu Itegle that Is those made at the government manufactory arc so bad they say and the tax on all other brands so prohibitive that time thing to do In France U not to Imoko at all TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL Ion In the IntrrnntluititlSerlejifn Vliriinr t ln1Jrsu 1 In Ivlliariuniic Prepared by H C Lcnlngton TUB IK880N THXT Matthew G36Ir 21 Then cometh Jesus with them Villa a place ealleil aelhicnmno and lultti ante tilt disciple Sit yu hone while I go and pray yonder Awl He took with Him Peter and tl I two Mini of TfelMilve and began to br sorrowful and very heavy K Then Mlth lie unto them My oulIIt exceeding aumtwful oven unto death tarry lure and watch with m- ea And lie went a little farther and fell an his face prayed saying 0 my leather If It be txxMlble let this cup pea groin me nevurlheless not u I will but u thuu will And Ile coiuvlli unto the disciple cud llndeth them ailed and aalth unto 1eler What could yo not watch with me one hour 4L Watch and pray that ye enter not Into temptation the spirit Indeed U will Ins but the fleih la weak It He went away again the second time and prayed saying 0 my Father If thl cup may not PAM away from me except t drink It thy will be done Ane lie came and Sound them asleep heavyI away and prayed the third time say ling lbs sauna K Then eumeili lie to his dUclple and mllh unto theta fllecp on now and tape your real behold the hour U land and the Hun of man is betrayed Into the land of sinners 41 Wee let ue tw lng behold he II at hand thai doth brtray me- iOIDIIN ritrfat my will huh lliln lie 111Luke Sill NOT1S8 AND COMMENTS The scripture to be studied Include dully the account of Chrlata suffering in tine garden of Gcthseranne TMi wsa on the lower slope of tine Mount of Olives Just opM lte nnd a little ways from JeniMilem There U bow CUT one incident that U ns nliliroprlI ate to tills lesson as to the U Jesus forttelling the fnll of letel and IVtrraeinphntlodenlal This warn ing wn given In the upper room at the clear of the upper which Jews had Just eaialilUheil ns a memorial of Him ulf On the way out from JerualunIon the way to the Mount of Oliver Jesus tare HI dlselplc a farewell talk All this should be studied to get s proper appreciation of the leisoni which Jesus sufferings nod death were meant to teach the world Taking the lemon In this liMimer the folowini Scripture selections should lie read Inters fall tNelohlLukx2I411- 1etYa tall foretoldJohnUI6dlfarewell dteoouneJehn chap 1111 nurrcMorr od rayerJohnl7i1Ietars 1lrs conddracelark USWI a In the latt IMo41 UIX4fnIIVtera Fall KuretoM There are limitation to every character Jesus knew those of JIll di oltlek and of other men and women with whom he mine IN contact Ieter wot one of the moat selfconfident of tbe dUdplea Herein lay both hi great strength and chief wtakneH Jeans saw dungrl ahead and did not henltate to warn him of It although such warning was sure not to be heeded Simon said JUUIIISatan hath desired you that h may sift you as wheat Timers ls II greet deal of ebaff tu moat of u and very little of the nutritious grain of tin wheat lint added the Master I have prayed for thee that thou tall not lint the selfsufllclrnt Peter thought be wna ready for any tempts lion no matter how severe even prison coatIter of Peter through and through when He ahh The cock hall not crow thlll day before that thou halt thrice deny that thou knowcst me- Jeiiii Farrell Discourse Then fol lowi a talk with ills dltclples that was both comforting and saddening Sad t dtnlng beraute It showed the great change that was about to come human them Comforting because of the as BUrance of Divine care In all the In evitable tlclMtlludea that must overtake us In hula life Thla farewell talk la contained In chapters 1415 and 10 ol Johns Goalie perhaps the mOlt far miliar portion of Scripture to untold numbrra of people Here It U that we are encouraged In the hope for a bet ter life than this beyond death that Jesus declares Hlmkclf the Way the Truth and time Life We are ensured that prayers In Ills name will be heard nnd answered The Agony in time Garden Among the causes of Christ agony the thought of death probably figured not at all Even among those less firmly organised than Will Jen us meritnl auf ferlng luau become M great that death In any form would be welcome Hut we know tine emphnftlti Jesus always laid on the fact of human tin and the fresh Illustration of It In the character ol Judas WIIR In Itself overwhelming He felt with the greatest intensity the sin thanItin and In seine sort however we explain It Jesus nil Tercel for the tin of the world and In part at least became KH propitiation The sublime part of It Is that Jesus was not merely going through n form but here was a suffer ing lie shrank from but In this ctr- preme hour He showed absolute sub mission Not my will but thine he done Was Christs prayer answered lieifrom this moment on During nil this agony the dUciplcs ulept It was nott1Ithrough indifference Luke the slclan says It was sorrow Finn and Thlolle Sin Is our only enemy Ills heart of Kympathy is behind Ills hand of strength Giving love by the way the way to getting love If you do not flee from the devil you will be fleecedtlie who makes light of the Bible will get no light from It Only he can secure success who Is willing to face failure There Is n tremendous chasm between the poetry we applaud and the prose we applya flora el r JOHN BRENT sMaj Theodore Winthrops Great Story Norses Hunting and Westrairy lioiue nnd never worked In u coal iiino 01 tmntlleil min the plains or hnd till yourfriendIf it were nut for my daughter and my Untie to the IUIIII should lake my adventures us lightly ns you do youloseThe thing that troubled me most at thu limo of my dimiMicrH he ro suiiicd wuit being dofonted for Pnr lUmriit There bad always boon a Clllheroa there When myulhrr spiredReel mimecurlust my fort iinn there camo n snob sir and stood against me He IICOIIMO me of being u frcethllllurIIII If tbu s Clllhiroe heel not alwnys lure liber al Hot up cry and bought + voles My swum tcnantN my old ten nntM whom lad feasted out of pure goodwill u hundred times turned t gnliixt me I lust my uhictlon nnd r uiy km shilling It ens just then sir Hint my ulcer nits tied and my door Milan was burn He turned stilly around to look at Jib laughter Shu emus walking nt 1romu dUtnnci with trent The tar 4Iwt murmur of their voices cosmic to ui through the stllliiUKM I felt what my friend must bo saying in that jilyudlng tone lu ry thing went dlinutroiuly with tae continued Mr Clitheroe I tried to recover my fortunes fairly sail honestly but it wits too late My creditors took the old Imll Hugh Clltlieroo In Harry till KlghhN time built It on land where the finally hall lived from before Kgltert I lost It sir 1181 family CAIIIC to an end with me I found sheriffs ollleeri ranking beer rings on my old onk dlning table Time Vandykes went of Cromwells days was III toreed from his wife the Beauty I tried to keep them together but scrubs bought them and stink them up In their vulgar parlors Sorry bulneMt Sorry business Yon kept a brave heart through It Yes until they accused int of ills linncsty That I felt bitterly And everybody gave me the cold shoulder could get nothing to do There is not much thnt n broken don grotto man can do but no una would trust tar I grew poorer than you con conceive I lost nil heart Mon lire poor creatures an a desolate man flndi- Not ill I bOIWIlI my protest Truly not nil Hut tilt friends of prosperity are birds thnt come to be fed and fly away which the crumb give out All not base nod time serving but men arc busy and care less anti fancy thnt others ran ul ways take care of themselves I could not beg sir but It came near starvation to me in Christian ling t tanrto me and my young daughter within n year after my misfortunes Perhaps I was over proud or over vnln but I grew tired of the slights of people thnt had known me In my better days and now dodged me be cause I was shabby and poor wanted to get out of sight of the ungrateful ungrnelom world The blue sky grew hateful to me I must live or If life was nothing to me my daughter must not starve I had a iholee of factory or CIIIIIIIIIIIO to hide tnyielf In 1 sank Into a coal atlna A ktrauga contrast I said after t pause I nm trying to make the whole history less dreamy Bach seems un rrslmuy luxurious life nt lit home Hall und my troglodyte life down In the coal plt Idler snd slave either extreme hnd its own special unhnp plans nnd unhrnlthlncss How much wisdom theta woe In the weakness of the old mans character Tlip more I tolked with him the snore pitiable srenml his destiny 0 John Brent groaned In my heart plead with till daughter ns man never pleaded before Wo inust save thrum from thin dismal fits before thorn And If she ran not mnster her father and you John Brent cant lint master her there Is no hope My friend made no sign tint lie turns ready to close his interview with the lady The noise of the ball still carne v to with the puffs of the evening wind I prompted the co Ira the old gentlccmnn to renew his story j have seen the interior of sonic of the Lancashire mines I have rend l thin III lie Book upon them I said Yon must have been in n rough place with company ns rough It wns hard for n man of delicate nurture Hut the men liked me They were not brutes not IIIIIr they were roughs Brutes get away from places where cord work U done My mates down In time mine made it n for me They called me Gentle cmnu Hugh was rather proud sir l confess to find myself liked and respected for whnt was not for vha had It was n hard lire and Borough life but It was nn honest t life amid my child was too young to miss what her birth entitled her to f it I first It was Im our mlnr t knew of the LatterDay Church Roe years I had drudged there mid never thought or In tact for myself muHi tIred to come out had tried the pleasures nnd friendships of guy life they hud nothing new or good to give me For yimru I hind tolled when the llrxt apostle came out and began to makn proxdyteN to tint faith In our country They hate never ills damned the menu the lowly lull you sir that we In our eunl pit timid our brother In the faetorirn llNteiifd to npiiMileii who caiuu iicru BIIIH nail tailored milling us if they lined our sunk nit fnlRu rullgluiiM timid mtgidwii religions left In the diirU lint tin true light wime to IIH My mates in tho rllli oollh Ill mlmt- jiiincd the ohiireh by hnnulrrds was still liilnd and careless It was not until long nfterwiiid that thu Ilinu for my inicrsiiin ijiune- An my slaughter grow up lIcit thus I ought to lit by her I had worked n long duce In the mine mid woe Known to have hotmt eduentlon The ciiniHiny gnvn mn n ulirltKhlp In their olllee anal here drudged again for yearn nut lug no help or fiivor It wan In nnulher purl of till county from miiyuld nHldenri vhcio no body knew mi Aly dinir rbildslm had nlwnys been n good child to me except Hint stir MimetliuiK wdtliox to ride n lit liii trim mnohmy dour lil ten beniine iilinost n wmnnn maul all lacked was the means of gluing lice the potltlon of her rack Jlnciilioii stun gnj hontclf 141 worn tint nnhiip py situ and I together luuuutlymitt we niluhl be nnd out of plnec Th old Benleman had been talk lilt uf hliiiMcIf In such u cheerful heiiltliy way nnd ihowed that tie harm Hiiuh n brew hewn Hi rough his 1111IIIsis eharuuler nnd nuule of him time weakling I had rceognicd In tIle In terview with lK7nm It was very kind of you he gaud to Union to n gnrruloim old fellow Your nyinjwtliy U vary plonnant lint I must not test It too for I will end my long utory presently I I mippoted myiiulf entirely forgotten us wns quito willing to he fly and by I was remembered mud Bought A fitrnwny hlnnninn hnd left me n Itgaey It wan enough for n quiet KulmlHlenfe for ns two for Hllen and me I returneil to the neighborhood of my old home I found n little cottage on the banks of nibble with- In night of myold friend 1endlo There we thud From this point Mr ClltherucR manner totally changed His voice grove peevish nnd complaining All the manly feeling he hind showed In briefly describing hits 1nylabnrcrn lifts pnsssed awny lIe detailed to me how the new proprietor nt Cllthrroe Hall patronized him insufferably bow his old neighbors turned up their noses at him mud Insulted him by VondcttetiKlon How miserable he found it to cramp himself tumid MVO shillings In n cottage with the IIOUBO in nlpht where he had lavished pounds as Iord of the Manor How he longed to have his daughter us well dressed nn anyof the young ladies About her Inferiors In Itlootlfor no one there could rival time Cllthcroca Ito edge How he wished himftutf back In hits mine In hula Industrious clerk ship and how time hung drearily on bin hands with nothing to do except dream of bygone glories SAW that ho lead sighed to be n great man again and hail a morbid SCIIKC of his Insignificance mind that this hind made him touchy nnd alienated wellmean fug purple nbiint him Ho spoke with Home triumph of hia nrgumuntis with the rector of his parish who endeav ored to check him when he lent whet Influence hu hall as n gentleman to get the Mormons a hearing about Ulthcroe He did not ns he said ns yet feel any great Interest In their doctrines but he remembered then with goodwill from his conl pit days nnd whenever nn emissary of th1 faith came by he always found n friend In Hugh III hero They hind evidently tInt 11111 him It was rare of course to thud a protector among the gentry nnd they made the most of the chnncc Poor old maul I could trace the progress of his disappointment and hU final fall lute that miserable su perstition He hnd liven a free tldnh er serer industrious or selfpos seMted enough to become n funda mental thinker No man can stand lung no nothing he must thlnl out n religion or accept n theology Now thnt busy days were over oath careless youth gone by Mr CItlu roe began to be uneasy amid wns ready to listen to oily scheme wheh promised pence If n Jesuit the Jesuits are n set of monks who persuade people to become Catholics lad hnpponcl to tlnd him nt this peri d Home would tare got a recruit without dllllculty The Iopo nnd Urlgham Young mire rival bidders for such weaklings in the nineteenth century Urlgham with jiolygnmy Is the complement of 1io with celibacy Instead of Jesuit Sizzum arrived guzzuni wns far abler than muyof his Mormon compeers He was pros elyting about Clitheroe where he found it not difllcult to persuade the poor slaves up In time mill amid down In the mine to accept n faith that offered nt unco n broad range on earth and In good time n high sent in heaven Suzum was the guest of the dis contented and decayed gentleman Ho saw the opportunity There was an old name and n man of gentle birth to rally followers about It would be a triumph for the LatterDay Saints to march nway from Clitheroe n thousand strong tended by trio representative of the family who named the place out hail once been in Par liament for It litre wits n proselyte In n clans which no Mormon hind dreamed of approaching HIre too With HIIIIIU little property Here too was abrinitifui daughter- ioiild divine the astute Klums lilt lirmlamid success with his violin enfeebled In body owl spirit How seeing hisiieed of Miiuuthing Hunt and uiithoritutltc in religion Huiiin showed him lilt continuance of In Hplratlon In his church How he threatened him with wrath to Canto iinlcKft he wits gathered from nmong the iintllox How he perauaileil him that man of his education nil stn lion would he greater among the saintH time liter In his best days in Knglaiid How he touched this old mans enthinilasm wltJi tales of earn viii life with Imo dust of time desert mid till pork of the pan quite let out of view How with his national uxaggenitlon run riot he depleted the uilliy uf the Urent Suit Luke an It IamdUe and the City as nn upooa lyptii wonder nil jasper and sar iloiiyx till hcryl end chrysopniKe rid m mud and no adobe How hu sug gested that in n new country under bis advice Ihti old mutts little capital would boon atoll to n greet inhcrl taut for Ills diiiighter- lly the light of that afternoons seoiie over Ihu ten could compre humid the ulnae of Mr ClitheroeH drtorystory mid see how at lust Six zuni had got lain In Ida grip prop erly peiKon ami Void Did hA wish to ienpe- Xo On nut he in nut go on Only soma foieit without hliiKulf Inter pimed could turn him aside What was lliln force to bo Nothing Hint could nay or do that isaw clearly Ills illiisioim might bo mmrly gone but ho would hiile midit hut ruat nay one who von lurtil to pull till Fcnlcn from his eyes and xhnw him hi emy folly In deal dreaded lest any attempt to enlighten him would drlvu Ito into actual nmdmKM by despair If ho tied given me n shadow of enroiirageuient I tens ready to follow out time iilnt hind dropped when Bald to Brett What n night for n gallop My own risk I wns willing in take nut cs sups for tin lady without him barbarous mil we could not treat him like n Siliinu damsel and lug him air by the hair could his daughtor do Ihat nothing Ho mud evidently ago revolted against her lfIdid not mlslnko her fttlHiful lace slit would HlMiiil liy her rather to the rust Plead ns ho night John Urent would never win her to MIVC ber elf nnd lone Iny fiither mid Indeed Hint was a du trl lOll he could never reeommend A lurk look for nil turtle s Whoneo was time force to come lint should solve the dllllcullyV CHAlTKi XV A 10VKI1 Two Inugours 1 mud kept Mr Clitheroe In tnlk For my friends nuke would hurt prolonged the in terview Indefinitely For my own too He was n new character to me this gentle soul so sadly nsiniy My filial feeling for him deepened mo mently And tin my pity grew more exquisitely painful I shrank still from quit tlug him and so acknowl edging that the pitytins hopeless WII approached the fort The fid dlers three were dragging their last grumbling notes out of drowsy strings The taints begun to strata by toward their wagons We turned avuiyto avoid recognition Miss Clitheroe and Hrcnt joined us a sadder pale than we The stars showed me thin glimmer of tears In her eyes Hut her look wns brnv and steady She left my friend and laid tier hand on her fathers nrm A marked likeness cud yet n con treat more marked between these two lIe had given her his refinement n quality po in him nod of him that ho colored whatever Clime near hint with an emanation from himself and so was blinded to its real crude tints By thin medium he made in his description that black polo of n coal mine wliere so mummy of leis years had been burled a grotto of enchantment lie filled the world with illusions Whatever was future anti whatever was past seen through his poetic im aginntion seemed to him so beautiful or so strange and Interesting that he lost all care for the discomforts of the present And this same reline ment of nature deluded him In judging character Bad and base motives seemed to him so ugly thnt he refused to see them shrank from be lief In them and insisted upon trust Ing that turn were ns honorable ns himself He was n man for pro prl ty What did jute mean by maltreat ing him with the manifold adversi ties of his lIrel To what end was this sad error A strange contrast with nil the likeness between hits daughter and him A more vigorous being hind mingled its life with hers Or per haps the stern history of her early days hUll taught her to forge time nr inor of self protcction She seemed to have nil her fathers refinement limit sub used It to surround nnd herself not to change and glory others fiodlvn was not more delicately hidden from the vul gar world by the mantle of her own golden hair than this sweet lady by lieu veil of gun tic breeding To be continued In time early days of this century many efforts were made to fasten hard points to pups of softer mate rial Hits of metal were often fasten ed ns points to pens of glass tortoise shell or horn- Andrew Carnegie expects to strug gle along for the rest of his days on- all alarming uatuxc t FOR GODS CHILDREN A Warm Welcome Awaits Those Who Faithfully Serve Him 1t Tnlninuo Tell Wlint the True DUclpli of Clirlut tiny Kxiicct In the Jest AVorlil Uc ward of Self Smicrlnce Copyright 1300 by Louts Klopsch N Y In a very novel any Dr Tnlmage in this discourse describes what may be expected in the next world by those who hero bend all their energies In the right direction text II Peter 11 For so nn entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly Different styles of welcome ut the gate of Heaven are here suggested We all hope to enter that supernal capital through the grace that is ready to save even the chief of sin went Hut not now No man healthy of body and mind wants to go now The man who hurls himself out of this life is either an agnostic or is demented or finds life Insufferable and does not care where he lauds Tills is the best world we ever got got into and we want to stay here as long as God will let us stay nut when the last page of the volume of our earthly life Is ended wr want en rollment in Httivcnly citizenship We want to get In easily We do not want to be challenged ut the gate and asked to show our passports We do not want the gatekeeper In doubt as to whether we ought to ri In at all We do not want to be k pt in the portico of the temple untl consulta tion is mode us to where we cnme from and who we ore and whether it Is safe to admit ns lest ve be a discord in the eternal harmonies cr worfiLlriWhenaddresses the people For so an en trance shall be administered veto you abundantly he imp ice that some will find admission ino Heaven easy rapturous and noflnmutory while others will lucre to squeeze through the gate of Heaven If they get in at all They will arrive mix Ions and excited and apprehensive and wondering whether it will be Cone or Jo The Bible specks of such persons as scarcely saved and in another pUce ns saved ns by fire and in another place as escaped by the skin of the teeth Carrying out the suggestion of my text I propose to show you what elates of Christians will get Into leaven with n hard push nnd those who will hound In amid salutations infinite In the first class I put that moan who gets into the Ingdom of God nt the close of a life nil given to worldliness and sin Years ago he made the resolution that ho would serve himself and serve the world un til body mind and soul were exhaust ed and then just before going out of this life would seek God and pre pare to enter Heaven He carries out his resolution He genuinely repents the last day or the last hour or tho last minute of his life lIe takes the last seat In the last car of the last train bound Heavenward Ills released and immortal spirit ascends Xot one wing bears down toward him with n welcome Ko sign of pndnes at hula arrival None there disItrlbuttdtered He will find some place to stay but I do not envy thnt man his Heaven Ho got in but it was not an abundant entrance Sometimes in our pulpits we give a wrong turn to the story of the dying thief to whom Christ said this day shnlt tljoy be with me in Iaradltc We ought to admire the mercy rtf Christ that pardoned him In the last hour but do not let us ad mire the dying thief When he wap arrested I think his pockets were full of stolen coin and the coat he hind on his back was not hits own He stole right on until he was arrested for hula crimes He repented and through great mercy arose to Pnrni disc but he was no example to follow What n gigantic meanness to devote the wondrous equipment of brain and nerve and muscle nnd bone with which we are endowed these miracles of sight and hearing and prolaneante nt the last enter Heaven Cheating God all ones lifetime and bankruptlawI should think that some men would be ashamed to enter Heaven or would prefer some medium place In time wide universe where the palaces are not so effulgent and the trees bear not more than six instead of twelve mnn ner of fruits and the social life is not so exaltedAgain bigot will not have what enlraneeIto gain celestial residence He has his creed In one pocket and his catechism in another pocket nnd It may be n good creed and n good catechism but he uses them as sharp swords against those who will not accept his theories You must be baptized In his way or come to him through apostolic succes sion or be foreordalneu of eternity or you are In nn awful way He shrivels up and shrivels up nnd becomes more depnrIsome thing worth watching What do they theyyhaveone grand commingling of Methodists nnd Baptists and Kptscopallnns anti dcInomlnaUons hallelujah chorn accompanied by trumputjeublessing nnd rIches and honor and glory and power The bigot ascends with just enough grace to save him As he comes up to the shining gate he sees standing inside of it some whom he used to meet every Sunday morning on the street going to some other church of some other denomination and he cries put Are you there never expected to see you in such a glorious inpiece your religious theories on earth and in your form of church government How did you get In Saved by grace Is the Heavenly reply Saved by grouch Tlie bigot is embarrassed catcIchlslIIbanks of the Klver Jordan as he passed through and be cries out think I will have to enter on the same terms Saved by grace Saved by gracel Again the penurious Christian will not have an abundant entrance Per haps he was not converted until all his habits of tightfistedness were fixed beyond recovery The people who are generous were taught to be generous In childhood You can tell from the way the boy divides the apple what his characteristics for generosity or meanness will be for the next SO years If he lives so long If he eat it all himself willibesome one who lies no apple he will beI an ordinarily generous man If he threefourths of it to another he bea Baron Hlrsch or a George bodyFor 30 years this man has been practicing an economy which prided itself on never passing a pin without picking It up and If he responded at all in church would put on the collection plate so Insignificant a coin that he held his hand over it so that no one could discover the smallness of the fittiesviral of religion he became a Chris Ian He Is very much changed inmost respects but his allabsorbing ac quisitiveness still influences him To extract from him a gift for an orphan age or a church or a poor woman who has just been burned out Is an achieves- meal You and I know r ry good men their Christian character beyond ills pate and yet they are pronounced by all as penurious and they know it themselves and pray against it We all Lave our bad habits and yet expect to get to heaven and this skinflint has his mighty temptation The passion of avarice well illustrated its strength when in one of the houses of exhumed Pompeii was found the skeleton of a man who was trying to escape with coins and a sliver saucepan For those valuables lie dared the ashes and scoria of Vesuvius which overwhelmed him and ninny a good man has been 1Ilife hound into Heaven amid saluta tions infinite For eo an entrance shall be administered unto you abun dantly Such exultant admission will await those who enter Heaven after on earth living a life for others and without reference to consplculty On the banks of the Qhlo or the or the Androscoggin is a TuscaJoosaI nil of whom have been religiously reared In stages of that family there were many privations The mother of the household never had any amusements Per haps once In n year a poor theatrical play was enacted in the neighboring schoolhouse or a squawking concert in time town hall and that was nil the diversion afforded for the winter season 1 asked time manager of an Insane asylum In Kentucky From what class of persons do you get most of your pa i tlents and he said From farmers wives I asked the same question of the manager of on insane asylum In Pennsylvania and the same question of the manager of an insane asylum In Massachusetts and got the same reply Ve have on our rolls for treatment more farmers wives than persons coming from any other class answer will be a surprise to TbatI was no surprise to me The simple son Is farmers wives as n thing have no diversion It is breakfast dinner and supper sewing scour ing scrubbing knitting mending year in and year out That mother is time milliner the mantua maker the nurse the doctor the accountant of the whole family She plans the ward robe of spring of summer of autumn of winter cutting fitting completing garments out of which time children soon grow and must have something else The newspaper does not come or If coming there is no time to read it Xo selection of good books The neigh hors calling in are full of the same grinding routine No wonder so many of them go Into dementia Xov the mother of whom I speak as living on the banks of that river in Ohio or Alabama or Maine lies gone through all the drudgery mentioned and her children have turned out well goodand useful men and women orna ments of society pillars in the house of God and that whole family after the years have passed by and their work Is done will meet in the heavenly country From such a family some will certainly have preceded her and the time of her expected arrival will be nnnounced to all the members of that family already glorified and to the old earthly neighbors who put down their toils a little sooner than she did and she will have the warmest kind of homecoming whoidominion There Is a feet empbutloI consecrated wealth They ore multi plying by the day and Dour peapio who feel themselves the Lords stow ards and from their they are malting n distribution which pleases the Heavens The cheek book in the office drawer of that man has on fig stabs a story of be neficence clear tip into the sublime In all the round of the worlds suf fering and ignorance and woe you cannot mention one worthy ol j ot to which thnt prosperous anti good man has not made contribution Fe Is not irritated as many are by so licitations for alms In some poor woman in thin shawl holding in her arms a child with rheum in its eyes this good man sees the Christ who said Inasmuch as yo have done it unto one of the least of these ye have done it unto me Well this mon of consecrated ofTtit cnce Is about to go out of tliis word He feels In brain and nerve the strain of the early struggles by which he won his fortune and at 03 or 70 years collapses under the exhaustions of the twenties nnd thirties of his life time When the morning papers announce that he Is gone there is ex citement not only on the avenues where the mansions stand but all through the hospitals and asylums and the homes of those who will henceforth have no helper But the excitement of sadness on earth is a very tame affair compared with the excitement of gladness in Heaven The guardian angel of that good mans life swept by his dying pillow the night before and on swift wing upward announced that in a few hours be would arrive nnd there is a mighty stir in Heaven lIe comes cries seraph to seraph The Kings heralds are at the gate to say Come ye blessed and souls who were saved through the churches that good man supported nnd hundreds who went up after being by him helped in their earthly struggle will come down off their thrones nnd out of their palaces and through the streets to hall him into the land which they reached some time before through Ills Christian philanthropy WIlY that is the man who when I was nhungered gave me bread Why that Is the man rays another who encouraged me when I was In the hard struggle of business life Why that is the man says another who paid my rent when I had noth ing with which to pay Why that is the nan through whose missionary spirit I heard the Gospel call in Bombay Why that is the man Bays another who helped send the Gospel of Christ to tile aborigines of America nod caused me to exchange the war whoop of the savage for the song of Christian deliverance Stand back commands the gate keeper of Heaven all ye throngs re deemed through this mans instru mentalities Make way for him to the feet of the King where he will cast his crown and then make way for him to time throne where he shall reign forever and ever Now that is whet I call an abundant entrance You see It is not necessary to be a failure on earth in order to be n success in Heaven But I promise that all those who have lived for others and been truly Christian whether on a large or a small scale will have illustrious in troduction into the imported gateway Here and there in some large family you see an attractive daughter who declines marriage that she may take care of father and mother in old days This Is not an abstraction I have known such You have probably known such There are in this world womanly souls as big as that They cheerfully endure the whimsicalities and querulousness which sometimes characterize the aged and watch nights when pneumonia is threatened and are eyes to the blind and sit in close rooms lest the septugenarian be chilled and count out the right number of drops at the right time The mother of a little child leas her hands full but the daughter who stays home to take care of an aged father or mother has her hands just as full While I thus discourse I am aware that some have not taken the first step toward Heaven nnd they feel like Jacob Strawn who took some ministers of the gospel on the top of his house to show his farms reaching in every di rection as far as eye could see He was asked how many acres he owned and he replied 40000 How much is it worth per acre was asked nnd he re plied Fifty dollars at least Then said the minister you are worthI000000 Yes said Strawn and I made it all myself Then the minister said You have shown me these vast earthly possessions and now will you look up yonder pointing to the heav ens howmucb do you own up there And Strawn answered vdthtears In his eyes Oh I am afraid I am poor up there Alas how many there nre who have acquired all earthly prosperities and advantages but have no treasures in Heavenl They are poor up there But I nm today chiefly addressing those who are started for Heaven and would have them know that while we are apt to speak of a Lanphler the founder of Fulton street prayer meet Ings as having an abundant entrance and Alfred Cookmau the flaming even gelist as having an abundant en trance and Thomas Welch and Fletch er the glorious preachers of the Gos pet as having an abundant entrance and John lingers uud Latimcr and Ridley ascending like Elijah in n chariot of fire as having an abundant entrance you also if you love and serve the Lord and fulfill your mission whether it be applauded or unknown will have when your work on earth is ended and you are called to come up higher an easy a blissful an enrapturing ah abundant entrance Though the Hawaiian delegate in congress has no vote in the house he draws 2000 mileage as a consolation prize I I ttTH ITIZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 21 1901 TEMPERANCE IS IT A SIN REV J S LOYALL To chow smoke dip or snuff to baccof Except our Savior had said Judge not we would unhesitating ly answer yes For thoughtobacco ill naturally eaten by worms which gro thereby it is not food nor wholesome medicine for man But it is a noxious weed whose odoiua fumes hay spread everywhere inoculating the innocent and the pure with its deadly nicotine and its pernicious results have become BO generally manifest as to alarm our lawmakers into aupproe live legislation in different localities and godly men are waging a war against it as never before which indicate that it is a sin But a just answer to this question as we see it depends on whether a man con do so to the glory of God or not For I have created him for My glory I have formed him yea I have made him saith the Lord Isaiuh XLIII 7 And the great apostl says Whether therefore ye eat or drink or whatsoever ye do do all to the glory of God What know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost whit is in you which ye have of God and ye are not your own For ye are bought with a price therefore glorif God in your body and in your spirit which are Gods I Cor x 31 vi 19 20Now Whatsoever ye do takes in everything man is cabable of doing and using tobacco in any of the form mentioned above is doing something and whether it be in the body or in the spirit it should be doneif at all Uto the glory of God and if not so done it is a sin being the transgess ion of His positive law But wherein is God glorified in thi vile and pernicious habit Is it in the wholesale waste of money on an unnatural appetite We spend in thill country over 100000000 every yea tor tobacco saya Talmage tha might save the lives of the starvinf poor Is it in the injury or suicide of the person using itt Is it in the of fence and suffering of those who are compelled to inhale its vile and nauseous fumes from others Is it in the influence it has over the lives of the rising generation 1 Is it anything whatsoever Nay verily I fail to find one thing wherein God is glorifi ed in such use of tobacco Though I was a slave to it till the night of June 24 1874 when after smoking my last cigar by the grace of God I resolvedI to use it no more and I for His eversufficient grace since that time I have been perfectly free fron the vile and repulsive habit which hitherto had caused me so much in convenience And I do not believe that I ever did or can use itUto the glory of God therefore to me it is sin For whatsoever is not of faith is sin Rom xiv 23 And I dan nomore use it thus than to swear or steal and it is very offensive to me even making me sick when I am compelled to inhale it from others who may wish me no harmIn St Louis Advocate How close the telegraph hu brought the people of all sections is shown in Washington in the extraordinary crusade against the saloons of Kansas by Mrs Carrie Nation The matter is being discussed by those who are opposed to the saloons and sympathy is expressed for the object of Mrs Nation even by those who do not approve of her method A promi nent lawyer said While on general principles I am opposed to violations of law and order I approve of the adoption of illegal methods when it seems to offer the only way to break up illegal practices For that reason I approve of Mrs Nations method of attacking the liquor traffic in Kansas where it is prohibited by law Mrs John Bidwell of California wife of Gen John Bidwell once prohibition candidate who is now in Washington saidUI cant condemn Mrs Nations methods I believe that God at times is compelled to adopt startling meth ods as remedies for great evils And I believe Mrs Nation has been raised up by the Lord to bring the attention of the world to the fact that in Kan sas the laws are being trampled under foot It is a great pity that a great nation like ours which could turnout thousands to fight in behalf of a downtrodden people like the Cubans should regard with equanimity the great abuses that result from the liq uor traffic From all I learn itseems that Mrs Nation is a woman of pure life and sweet character Doubtle88- she was frenzied by the indifference to the existing prohibitory laws die playfd by local officials I cannot bring myself to condem her actions JVahingtontD O X Y Z 7 Correspondence Bourbon County Mlllersburg Dr I R Beg the oldest physician of our town died Sunday morning He has practice here thirty five years and was never confined to his bed till two weeks ago Burial took place Tuesday at tho Miller burg Cemetery by Free Ma sonsFrank Lewis left Wednesday to attend school at the State Normal at FrankfortMiss Calmiso Charlie and Irvine Johnson of Paris attends the commencement exercises here Tuesday night Mrs Mollie Simonds died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Loiing ion Sunday Burial in Paris Tuesday Her husband and six children mourn her loss They have our deepest sym pathySamuel Ross has opened a grocer near his home Madison County College Hill Measles am raging in this community Mesdames Nancy Chenanlt and Ada Martin are on the sick list Jacob Laine and sister recently spent two weeks visiting friends at Cincinnati and Loveland 0 Mr and Mrs Aaron Chambers of Clark county spent Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs William Martin Jerry Chenault Jr recently bough six acres of land from his broths JohnBorn to the wife of George Hugue ly a ten pound boy Shock fodder is selling at Itll cent per shock in this community Farmers are breaking sod Mr and Mrs H A Laine spent the Ith inst at the home of the latter rather whose birthday was celebrated with a sumptious feast Wolf County- Lee City Misa Rose Fulks of ipradling is visiting with her brother at this place Charlie J Pratt who has been confined to his bed for four months is rery low Mat Stone who has been selling goods on Frozen Creek Breathitt Co- Ins moved here and is erecting a store building The bands who have been working for C E Loss Co on the 0 KR R are having a hard time getting heir pay John T Graham a very enterprising merchant of this place hat moved his store to Wilsonville four nibs from here where he has bought out a Mr Hamilton The Lee City Bargain Store hat uat been completed and is doing a rood business A R Graham it proprietorWe having a good school herewith Kelly Rose as teacher Owsley County Gabbard Geo Bums of Boone yUle was here Thursday Mrs Rebecca Gabbard has been quite sick but ia improving Mrs Lewis Caudell of Meadow Creole visited relatives here last week Uordell Roberts of Wolf Creek is hauling ties forM Baily Alex Caudell went to Meadow Creek undayWillie Gibson and Charlie Eversole returned home from Berea Tuesday William Huff had a working Wed nesdayMurrell and Wilson are trying to secure a new trial C B Moore of Eversole is getting logs to build a house The case of the Commonwealth vs Robert Holcomb charged with house burning was continued The roads are in a very bad condi tionA J Barker of Cow Creek waa here Thursday and purchased M produceMason County Maysville Mrs L D Hender 80n entertained quite a number of ber friends recently Uncle Harrison Clay is able to be out after a siege from the grippe and asthma Mrs Lucy Hardin gave a social laat Friday night in honor of Miss Mis Lucille Dinwiddie and May- me Lee and Mesdamea Lucille Gordon and Hattie Ankerson All reported an enjoyable time Mrs Georgia Clark is critically ill at her home on E Third St The None Such Society was highly entertained by Mr Henry Campbell Friday night Mrs Hilliard Law has gone for an extended visit to relatives at Hinto W Va Little Nannie B Davis entertained a number of her little friends in honor of the seventh anniversary of her birthMrs Mattio Loos little girl Hatti has boon very sick but is much better at this writing All tke pupils and teachers are looking forward to the celebration of George Washingtons birthday Jackson County Clover Bottom Wm Jones is very low with pneumonia fever Hallie and George Hatfield are visiting relatives here this week Misses Laura and Nannie Hatfiel intend to enter school at Berea next termSylvester Bicknell would like to buy walnut timber Fred Bales took his little son who was bitten by a mad dog to a mad stone in Rockcastle county John Doane who is slowly recover ing from measles will not contiuu are beginning their sprint workJames Hatfield was in Rockcastl county last Sunday Misses Bessie Ida and Mine nays also Earnest favored friend with a visit last Friday returning to Berea Monday The infant child of Mr and Mr Abney died last week Mr Abney ill very ill with lung trouble Mrs Jessie Murphy has been sick at her brotherinlaw James Williams for sometime Curtis Lanes family have measles J R Engle candidate for County Clerk has been electioneering R M Bradshaw and Allen Powell are candidates for Superintendent of this county A Little Talk With Jesus chile lighting for my savior here the devil Irk me hard lie uses all bit mighty power my progress 10 retard Ieeup to every move and yet through all I prove A lltlU talk with Jesui make It right all right CHOICI IIA little talk with Jems mate It right all rlghtM- n trial of every kind praise God I always Sod A little talk with JMU makes It right all right Tbo dark the night and clouds look black and stormy over bead And Utah of almost erery kind aerou my pall are spread low soon I conquer all u to the Lord I call A little talk with Jesus makes It right all right And thus by frequent little talks I gain the vic tory And march along wM cheerful song enjoylni liberty Tlth Jesus as my Friend Ill prove until thi end- rbatalltnotatkwith Jeau mate It right right Brethren in Unity Our FatherUThat they all nay be one These words of Jesu were forciblybrought to our Befor mind the sermon five young person of the College members of the different ranches of the Church at their respective distant homes enrolled lemselves aa members of the Church at Berea under the Covenant thus pledging themselves to work for the Universal following this four young converts ruffs of recent revival took upon themselves the vows of the Church and wore baptized by At the close of a short pointedsermon nine new converts lent of baptism by immersion in this company was a young disciple a tfegro All the applicants were baptized in the name of the Father the Son and the Ghost The baptism was in two modes and administered without regard to race or ondition The rite was administered prefersof the Free Will Baptists a white tan Thank God for a Universal Salvation Thank Gcd for a Church aa broad as the Gospel Thank God for a Minister who knows no differ once between his Fathers children Thank God for the crumbling walls of sectarian division Do Good ind Make Money BY Intredaotng EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Hiclols and Coipy Publisher Naperville Ill And jrmK n vas CITUXtt THE HOME Edited by MIst Oiuct J STOKCS luitrurtor In PoiiKMllo Science Ilcrca College TilE FAltaiEltS HOP DV BOTH STOKES SEARS Tho much needed change in farm life cannot be brought about by the already overburdened mother who like Martha of old is careful and troubled about many things Nor cm we expect much from the busy well meaning father they have becomi accustomed to doing their work in certain ways and any other way to thorn would mean failure The farmer has a hope which wil load him surely and safely into thi way of a higher standard of living and a nobler bettor life The hops of you farmers in in your sons and daughters not that they will natur ally grow and be all they can bo but because they may be educated and bo como all that they are capable of be coming By giving your sons and daughters the proper education they will truly become tho guiding stars ol your lives of your homes of this your own loved state as was tho star of Bethlehem tho guide of tho wise men of tho east All labor will bo enabling and up lifting The man who plows tho field andsows the seed while attire in his simple homely garb is as truIly a king of manhood as the tongued orator or the eloquent preacher Tho housewife who washes tho dishes and cooks tho steak is the queen among women While her hus band feeds tho cattlo accosting to tho rules of balanced rations she pre pares the food over tho store knowing nitrohUnou81and tellects That work is excellent just so far as brain is used and brain is good just BO far as tho proper food is given for its nourishment this brain is needed to perform oven tho most menial duties and no work is degrad ing unless poorly and ignorantly done it in the though which is put into the work which gives dignity and power to the laborer Thiis will tho wiso men live up to their best opportunities making farm life all that it can bo made planning as carefully for the education of their daughters as thoy do for tho educa tion of their sons helping their daughters to become tho prudent thrifty housewives of tho next gener ation and then will men and women be the ideal types of manhood and womanhood and then will each homo become the model homo of tho nation and the melody of its song will bo heard in every land To Whom it may Concern This ia to certify that we have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet lie Co Buyers of country produce 401 Duano Street New York and find them to bo worthy of all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce as a sound financial hcuse to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway Spt28 1900 New York tJ271 roc 4 TtZ 8nd M41 itiUk rDketrrrnorrnrtetUnt llook how tGW U84 rente lLb4TrodNrk TUX Fklrit Wrmnr ITrJ to laTtUrtl rarer lAwrni or s crane MACTICU bweRwvswsTJutetol0- 120000 uuMirk kodtt1 ehrri wilC A SNOW hQc CO PATENT LAWYERS 1Went Office D C THE SCHOOL Kdltcd by J WDIII moro Dean of the Normal 1eutulmeut lk rca College Nature Study lu considering tho subject of tin lure study in the lower schools it would be well first to consider the controlling nun of science study Is it of stiilicient importance to justif its introduction into schools whorl tho teacher is already crowded for tuna The teacher ought to lake into consideration the present impulse and future needs of tho child ant thou to adapt tho teaching so as to meet these impulses and satisfy those needs The parents and teacher wish not only to supply the child growing needs for food and nourish mont but at the sane tiuio to fit him for his future life iu tho midst of na ture nndsocloty Tho aim of nature study has uol always been tho same Tho time lint been when the entire aim was classifi cation Tho mistako hero was math iu beginning where wo ought to out Neither is simply training iu language tho aim although science study offer one of tho best if not tIe best opor unity for language training The broad aim of science studies ought rathor to boUa responsive in sight into nature an interested under standing of the material mind activities of her great workshop an appreciation of the variety harmony and law ol natures handiwork No other study offers such training to tho observa tion and reasoning fueultioC tint child and no other study so excites his interest Nature Mudy will do more than all this It outer into his own culture and growth and hence his lifo anti character Nature study deals with objects that are immediately before tho child that ho sees touches or hears tastes or smells and about which ho tolls what ho has learned by actual contact Ho makes use of his own activities which always delights tho child and lio expresses what ho has discovered in words which are full of moaning to him Much Fchool work depends upon and cultivates tho ono faculty if mind memory Facts and rules ire committed but not understood When the pupil is taken beyond the realm of his experience ho deals with words and thoughts which ho cannot appreciate The result is a loss of interest and tho teacher may tlnvfao all torts of moans to hold the attention with no desirable result Nature af fords a field of interest and a stole house of useful information which ho child can never exhaust and her is no study in tho list of studies to which nature study does not bring tow interest and information Tho teacher may say that ho can tot touch science because ho never itudicd it but this teacher may be jotter prepared to lead his pupils to individual investigation than ono who knows much of what books contain bout nature and nothing more Any sachet can examine specimens with his pupils ha cUn lead them As tho spring season approaches the season of others that throbs nth tho interest of and when otherwise the ebb ofschoof ntorost may havo become low tho anchor cannot afford to neglect the ixtensivo field of nature which may each lessons of vastly greater impor race than any that may bo gleaned arm tho more study of geography mid arithmetic Only onefifth of ono per cent of tho inhabitants of the United States nre college bred men Yot thoy furnish thirty per cent of all our con rressmon fifty per cent of tho prosi tents and seventy per cent of tho our rome court judges The higlto rofossions are practically monopol- Ized by college men This is a moro it goes far in show ing the fallacy or any statumeul- which tends to belittle the value of allege training Central News Con tral University h BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1SBB Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 States Dost College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework 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Madison Co Ky THE FARM Edited by S C ion Irofnnor ol Until culture Berea College Value of Leguminous Plants Prats Bslldls HI AirlcilUrsI Etrtrlmitsl Sully 1 the Uslttrslty sITisscut KMitllU The Tennessee Experiment Station has boon studying tho leguminous plants clover beans peas alfalfa so ja beans locust vetches wild pea vines etc mind the best methods of using them for improving tho soil and feeling stock Lot us consider them First As nitrogen providers for plants Phosphoric acid potash and lime are derived from tho rocks andsoil while tho nitrogon is derived from the air Air is four fifths froo nitro gUll and onefifth oxygon But moat plant cannot absorb free nitro gun it trust first bo united to oxy gen as nitrates or to hydrogen ammonia Nitrogen is dillicult to com blue thui Artificial moans are un successful or too expensive It has peon recently discovered that Na taros chief means of combining is the bacteria or microbes in tho nod ules on tho roots of leguminous plants Theso microbes transfer thin free nitrogen of tho air through tho nodules to tho roots No other plants have thorn and those have them only when they want nitrogen Each va riety of legunlehas its own nitrogen catching microbes Tho microbes occur iu tho most fortilo soils and mul iply whoa their own plant ia present Tito special microbes may bo introduc ed by distributing soil in which this plant has grown successfully For ixauiplo if clover docs not grow well in a uiiitablo soil tako the tino earth ono to threq inches from thin surface ofn field where it leas grown well listributo and work into the soil roezing drought and kainito kill licao microbes Cultivating one le guminous plant upon tho roll seems to run out the microbus of tho others For example when vow peas have moon long cultivated in n field it mayo necessary to introduce tho clover nicroboM Clover sick probably vsulU front this increaeo of huuiic acids which kills tho clover microbes Limo corrects this nitrogeninnou plants like locuita wild hoes etches leggarlico otc Iu farm iractlco when wo grow non legumi ious plants wo must keep up the mlance using legumes in our rotation Tho teat legumes for us to mo are cow peas clover alfalfa aojn beans and IXMIS Cowpeas are best sown in tho ipring though if tho season ia favor blo be sown as late as July 1ioIthin use 200 pounds acid phosphate ind U5 to ftO pounds per aero of mu tate of potasb Tho vines in October obtain ono onehalf to two and mohalf cent nitrogen if loft on tho ground till January only soy iitvfive hundredths per cent If wo leave thorn to rot wo lose thus mohalf to twothirds of tho nitrogen ifwo plow under we still lose n great denl Bettor mako them into hay for silage If not fed thin best plan is to plow under In early fall and plant a grain crop wheat or oats which will buorb that part which would be lost 2nd As food for stock Nitrogen In legumes is chiefly in tho form of proteins which snake neat and milk anti are the most valuable elements of stock feels All tho othor hays and grains like corn aro deficient in and need to haforare tho best of all hays for feeding took especially much cows growing took and animals because they contain on an average about twice as much protein as hay from Tosses and are worth ottofourth to nothird moro for feed than common hay Supposing timothy to yield two tons of hay to ncro and cowpeas hree tons wo get the following com arisous for one acre- FERTILIZING MATERIALS IliwpliorlcNitrogen Potash Worth Imotliy 25 all2c 10 t6c IHiUSc H40- awpcu 58stl2c list fie 40 tSc V71 FOOD MATERIALS Protein Carbohydrates Fats Imotliy 118 1500 JWm 600 1700 e7 We see thus that legumes furnish three to four times as much protein ond more carbohydrates and lots than common hay They contain throe timoR as much nitrogen and twice as much potash This nitrogen is derived from the air and removing it ooa not deplete the soil The best plan is thus to feed leguminous plants and return to tho soil tho ma nure which will still contain fourths of all the fertilizing elements As nitrogen of tho air is tho cheapest source of nitrogen for plBntR so It is- the cheapest source of protein for an is a good plan for irymtm Save the manure Grow more legumes They furnish the cheapest mauuro for the soil- aud tho cheapest food for stock house they obtain from the air the ni trogon necessary for plants and animals which costs 12 to 15 cents a pound Let your recreation be manful not sinfulGeorge Washington f 1T