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Rev JOHN lIh Strung RIkrrd Uii 1oIlo tlaAI m11maIterTHE CITiZEN I 1VOL II A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1JOl Fifty cents n year Z6 IDEAS The miloon iiuiHt go It loon Look not upon thu wino when it in red ut tho lust it bitoth IIkn II serpent Htingcth like an uddur Bible License is vicious in principle iitu powerless iw n reined The only way to dal with the liquor trnllio is to abolish it Take Notice Sunday morning at First Churel of Borea Dr Biirgcwn will preach OL 4I1 Inviting Chunh Tho evening service will bo Eehowt from tho Statt Y M C A Convention by MossHrH Joiicx Raymond Buttle awl Gab bnnl All aro cordially invited Nut Sunday morning at Find Church of Uurca tho doors of the Church will ho opened for cnndi dates for membership Baptismal service nt tho name hour Its sure to turn to the third page and Mlndy the Temper iinoo Slap iif Kentucky FROM TilE WIDE WORLD Iren Stein of tho Orange Free State nnd Gen DoWel BCCUHCH the British Of violating tho cmtoms of civilized warfare Tim proposed Von Wuldersoo cx pidition in China is not received with favor in Germany The ChiiHHrt Emperor has nccoded to nil demands inado by tho Power Tho Cuban Constitution lies boon mgncd by tho delegates IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Knnsan Legislature pawtod a bill Feb 20 declaring all places whore liquor is sold illegally to be public nuisances Tho bill is before the Oov ornor for signature Senator Toller will offer an nmond meat to the St IXJUH Exposition h1l11 requiring tho Exposition to ho doMed Sunday Tho gates of till Pan American Ex position are to bo oiwned Sunday no nays n Buffalo nmvspaper Tho U S Court of Appeals has do cided tilt habitual criminal act 8- 1flid Imposing a lifo nonteuco for tho third conviction of felony John D Kockfeller ban lately con tributed S 0000 to Drown Universi tyTho bill to pay Confederate soldiers for horses taken from them after tho Hiirrendor at Appomattox is reported favorably Citizens of Kentucky will receive about 10000- A firo in the business part of At lanta destroyed SVWOOO worth of property Tho Federal party at Manila gave n banquet on tho eve of Washing tons birthday Many loading Filipi nos woto present Miss Anna 13 Bryan n leading Kin dergartener of Chicago died Wed ucMlay Tho Rio Janeiro homeward hound from China went down nt entrance or- Son Francisco Harbor Over ono hun dred lives lost Uonsul Wilderman and son are among missing COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho panic of the Louisville gam blers is still on They nro leaving tho cityHenry Spainhower of Paint Lick aged 02 years died last week Prof 11 K Taylor of Louisville has started an AntiCigarette Liague Many are enrolling ns tnombei males over six yean of ngo are eligible Mrs S A Fulton of Louisville succeeds Mrs Carroll Bennett as ma tron of the Asylum at Lakeland Miss Mary Murphy of Paducah was fined 100 for cowhiding Dr Win eCOIgillA from Washington Was been received tho military head 4quarters at Ft Thomas ordering that tho Canteen ho abolished Hero is tho pledge of tho Anti Ci garotto League of Louisville Desiring to preserve tho body mind nnd soul which God Ins given me and wishing tp help all others to do tho same I hereby piomiso not to use cigarettes and to do all Icou to keep others from using them Of 70000 young men in American Colleges 18000 are church members and over 5000 are candidates for tho Christian ministry Locals and Personals G F ICIdd is in Louisville Win G Frost is in Columbn- MNslulla Rowlett hits boon visit lug at Conway 0 M Rawlings is convalescin from la grippe Miss Bessie Golden has been on u visit to Richmond Evan Rldiardsou and faintly have gone hack to Red Lick Just received at Printing Office II lot of flue paper napkins James fervis und family liuvo mov ed to tho Lydia Isaacs house Miss Puumoy Richardson has beer nutting friends in Conway and Wildie Miss Mnttio Samuels who has beei living at Village Grove re turned to Burea leo M Patterson of Lancaster joined his wife hero Saturday They returned homo Monday Rev T S Hubert of Jackson preached at tho Baptist Church Sun day morning and night Levi W Bealtyn student employer of tho printing vOice loft on Monday for his homo near Paris Mrs S C Mason Is improving rap- Idly at the hospital from II severe at tuck of semitic rheumatism Tilt citizens of Paint Lick are or gimizing a National Bunk and have already subscribed for 18000 capital stock Prof J W Dinsmoro is in Chicago in attendance at tho National Ediicn lional Association Department of Su porintctulLncu A nol enterprise in Boron E P Uruer will opon mi Electroplating works in tho old marble shop oppo situ UunletlOK mill ET Washburu will take your orders The 37th hug U S V I hubs boon mustered out at San Francioco Steve unmet Chris Logsden Solomon and Basil Van Winkle and Arthur Alexander members of tho regiment returned to Bores yesterday On Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas Coyle Jr living near the depot lost by death n child about three years old and on Monday unother of their young children died Our sympathy goes out to tho bereaved pitttMits SAW MILL for SALE A twelve horse power engine mounted on wheels anti a Handy Saw Mill and Grist Mill combinednfl in good order nt prices to suit tho times Call on or nddress J W Lambert Con winy Ky 8 21 Tho pulpit nt First Church was oc cupied Sunday morning by an old friend of Dr Burgess Rev Clarence A Vincent of Gajosburg 111 Tho subject was tho I New Birth taken from Urd chapter of John anti was a bly presented and much enjoyed by the hearers larni for SAL 12 Four miles southof Beren 2iilIICrtS of good farmland 121ucruh of it in cultiva lion It has house stables crib oDd good well near tho house also an or hard of J5 fruit trees For particu tins nddress Harvey Knuckles Con winy Ky 1 1 A few years ago A J Elder platted his farm into town lots Ho has sold SI200 worth of lotanud built four now houses himself on tho addition Re cently he gold to Evan Richardson n lot for 150 eight years ago this could have boon bought for ono third of this price Any 3110 desiring to purchase lots or other property will do well to call on or address A J Elder Heron Ky Tho Washington social nt Lathes Hall Friday afternoon was well attended The dining room had been cleared and a temporary band stand ivas orectud for tho convenience of the College Band Tim room wins locorutiul with National Colors Tim reception committee Misses Herman Field mutt McKee nnd Messrs Field Mnltby and Lamb wore tiresseduifter thu fashion of Washingtons limo M musk by tho band contributed to tho Mijoymont of tho evening Tutu lecture on Law and Order nt thin College Chapel Tuesday night by Dr G W Young State Secretary jf the Anti Saloon League wins well r tended and thoroughly enjoyed by thin largo audience Dr Young is witty entertaining fipeakor Ho gave Omit HOIIIO cogent truths till wit was used to sharpen these Tho gist or tine lecture was that to succeed in oiitroUin tho tratiie three things Agitation Legislat ionamul Law Enforcement wore absolutely icccessary and that Agitation was lifo Madison County Frank Abbat Ed Henderson nm I Henry Sheets coopers nt tho Silvo Creek distillery while drunk got into n dispute which resulted in Shcoli being stubbed in the neck timid back Horace Parks of Kingston lost bin I house by lire Thursday night N iusurnncoRogistorMrs Beauchamp o r Lexington lectured at tho Court IIumU lit night subject Tenipor mice Mrs Bcatichamp is a native of Gnrrnrd county the daughter ol James Estill who formally lived iieai tuIcleuUlfrom Louisville where tinny attended time Y M C A convention Saturday Sundaylontogroph Tlio ground hog lied but ho hail to to keep up with tho human family Quarterly court convened on Mon day with n Inrgo docket p Spring Term Bcrca College Next Wednesday week Mar 13 tho Spring Term opens Till CITIZBN would like to say n wtord to students now in school who contemplate teaching in tho public schools unit summer and autumn- If at nil possible and at every cost to you except that of principle stay nt your studies tho remainder of tho year Three mouths moro of stoutly application to study nnd preparation for your coming work will bo of al most double value to you than any like period past Tho term now closing has fitted you to do doub le work the noxt three mouths If you leave now much of what you have acquired will bo dissipated bo tween now tho opening of the schools You may intend to continuo your studies meantime but tho chances are you wont Comparative ly few young persons intro BO trained themselves us to bo able to study sys tematically or oven to advnntngo without tho direction of n teucher Do not forgot that you owe it to your prospective pupils to fit yourself as thoroughly ns in your power so that you shall bo nblo to direct and inspire them the best lift purposes If it is n question of financial abili ty that seems iuyour way economize wear plainer clothes if need bo deny yourself above all make it n matter of earnest prayer to God for guidance hut stay for tho Spring Term e Pee Memorial Booklet Tho College will publish It booklet of 32 pages giving description of Funeral and Memorial Exercises in memory of Rev John Gregg Fee to gether with n sketch of his life amid tlwnddrosso of lIon C F Biirnain Hon John D Good loo Rev W E Barton D D of Chicago class of 85 Rev James Bond of Nashville Tenn class of 92 letters oto THE FINE ILLUSTRATIONS include showinghuinmiFoe anti Gee Caudee Otis B Waters Wm E Lincoln early workers in Borea anti view of tho first building of Boron College with Father Fee in tho foreground This is something which you want right now and which you will wish to keep und heave to your children Booklets ready early in March hut nimumylcnoivtiers T J Osborue Treasurer Be run lJ Booklets ill he ScIlti1uost igo paid for J5 cents each or olin dollar Proceeds go to tho Portrait Fund yforOrder nt once- lXHlBhTlON MARCH 6th Tho Exhibiton ut tine close of tho Winter Term will ho or unusual intlrImist to tine citizens on account of tine iractical subjects to bo presented Flue young who appear are roni the B luietoricnl Class Mr Allen will discuss Mountain Fumumingur Kliina time Education or tho Hand Mr Museum time Negros tight to work save null learn Mr iow Queen Victoria while Osborno ind Wells will debate tho question las any church time right to exclude true Christians from its fellowship Miss Todd will renal an essay upon Iho Number Thirteen 13 members t or tine B Rhetorical appear at this ixhibition while other young ladies iavo II contest as to time best treat neut of the sanin subjects Skill III tine Kitchen will bo tim subject of Miss Chrisman and Miss CaUlwoll iVhat it moans to bn n Teacher is the subject of Miss Bullis timid Miss iIcBain und The Successful Student is time theme of the by Miss tudduck audMiss Clark j BEREA BOYS AT TIlE BIG MEETING REPORT OF T1JE LOHISVILLU STATE T C CONVENTION Wo wont sow wo wore con qucred by tho magnitude of a grout convention Louisville entertained royally Nothing was loft undoni whichcould add to the comfort of tho delegates Berea hud tho banner college delegation numbering twen tyHovon led by Pros Frost himself Tho man wearing a budge bearing tho talismanic words Boron College was every whoro in evidence in fad arguing from badges only tim uiiin formed would have inferred that Bo rca and not Louisville is tho metrop oils of Kentucky Our space forbids a detailed report of a four days meet Lug crowded jam full We can only give impressions Tho dominant noto was Tho Son of God goos forth to war who follows in his train tIt There was not a particle of sensation nlism but tho deep intense earnest ness of men who havo s1 kod their lives on a great cause mt aIIJost cause nor n cause that can bo lost but n cause sure to win Time seated lug question waHlAro wo worthy to have n Jlart tIt The national leaders were tinre teen of God specially trniued and set apart for n great work Mutt was there organizer amid leader of the World Federation of Students Smith of Now York tho administrator Wood Educational Director from Chicago ant not to mention nil Gordon last limit not least In fact for many Gordon was tho mIlt of the Convention Ho made tho deepest spiritual impression of any man there Daily he load the quiet hour time doors wore closed then wo drew neat to him and ouch other und then in prayer and expounding of tho word ho took us to tho very foot of the throne In the rush of a great convention hold in tho roar ofa great city this daily quiet hour when tho doors were closed tho stragglers kept out tho oil ious secretaries and bustling committee men suppressed in this hour wo took timo to be holy Heaven seemed very near for Mr Gordon has seen tho heavenly vision and he helped us see it too Tho Y M C A workers learn much about methods and get points and are of course fillet with enthusiasm but they must bo deepened if tho enthu siasm is not to evaporate with the convention Mr Gordons quiet hours did this in a most wonderful manner Wo have boon most fortu nate in securing him for Beroa Ho comes for two days in March Let every onus bo in expectation There wero many and notable ses aloes beginning at 9 oclock in tho morning and continuing with neces sary intermissions till lOot night Tho great meeting of tho whole con vention was tho Mens Mass Meet ing Sunday afternoon led by Smith of Now York 130 men decided in that meeting to begin tho Christian life Washingtons birthday Bishop Galloway of Mississippi probably tho ablest man in tho Southern Moth odist church delivered a notable ad dress on Tho Christian Patriot If one of his sentences wore to stand for tho keynote of that masterly address it would be this You cant make th6 tuition large when tho mon arc little Ho plead for largo manhood He thanked God that Christian England and not Catholic Franco or Spain was ou mother country As totho results of the covontion wo can say that they are largo al ready und only time con tell how large they will the Pros Frost was made a member of tho state commit teon great honor in tho Y M C A circle of the state Mr Gordon is coming to visit the college in March Tho present week State Secretary Rosevear nnd Secretary John Lake of tho country workRre to bo in Borca to see about making Berea n center from which to extend tho As sociation into tho Mountains The uouveution just held is regarded by old convention goons a memorable one Only onefifth of one cent of ho inhabitants of the Uniteil States lie college brett men Yet they IU ilsh thirty per cent of all our con riOSinou fifty per cent of time presi tents anti seventy per cent of tho su Homo court judges Tho highe rofessious are practically mouopol ztul by college men This is a more lluslMtiou but it goes far in show IIK the fallacy of any statement which tends to belittle tho valuo of allege training Central News An Independent Devoted to Interests of WeeklyI TIlE HOME FARM 50 CENTS A O on at to to wo e4i242l z7 z7Z rzJzzJo r a ICHANGE OF F RlVI MITCHIHaving succeeded the old firm of COVINGTON Iv1shownp W I I Is to give good merchandise at a reasonable price and wo shall endeavor to have what everyone wants in tho Ctoih II intimelurnishimmg Goods and Mons Simoes With rOl1owed vigor tu oerbeloroseason goods that wo wish to close out For Spring Wo I have made large preparation in every lino In Merchant 411rum Tailoring we are prepared to make you anything you may want I BARKSt I 52 f2aZ zUZ 4ZU 11 tI I Meat Market I have Good Fresh Beef or Porkconstantly on hand at popular prices- BlacJcsmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good work P M REYNOLDS Dpot Stj- uGOl E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center SM Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptodato Photos Nothing hut tine best finish at tho lowest prlco Photographs 12 on fancy iSiouuts copied from your photo 80c On buttons lOc each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AGENTS WANTED 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE r THADE MA CoPYniaiirs DESIGNS rISLay5tektyn iiui iultlIonutrIrOoqoJ 1IIIt on 1I UU u1IttpttW nofk without chnrca In ho Scientific Biierican Hindu Tilf iin lr loj Weekly fjitveit drnilaili nrTfHcnim Journal iermsZ3- oar a nur raunshttli brail newfrfpalern Yorklluucli tiDO YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOr YOCJ MAYo T A ROBINSON b Jeweler and to I Main Street Btru Ky ayeFREEwill lit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Kubiusou NovtllttlJlI1obluson your crippled clock or watch to him Attention Kentucky Teachers I Time Fountain Pea ia u neces sity for every teacher who wiahou to save time i The bust pen made Is the jjItYou can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either bo exchanged or money refunded if not satisfactory Write for prices Mail Orders for Books and StnUoulLryIpromptly filled KyJuuu2 J JIDOffice Houn S to 18 AM ItoSPJt National Dank Building Richmond Ky 1HS1IKAIW We win mall her pair ol 7 inch razor iteelsbcars lor ct or SOtwo ct ttamps Wo have an asu- Illuluated Catalogue we will mU you roo If you k for di tttt1ri M AII15U Sl uuosii oo oo AdnmiSt Tulmla Ohio and mention the Cl- tlzoCLEANING n UP of Winter Goods Oun OLlANlNG UP SAlI will continue until Mumcu 10th During this Sale nil Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoos and all Mens und Days Heavy Shoes Boots Bootees High Cut Shoos Felt Boots and Haiti Coats nil Winter Underwear for Men and Boys nil Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every timing In Winter Goods will bo sold at Special Out PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices We will Save You IMIoneyThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands WE ARE RESPECTFULLY 207 WEST MAIN Optician Douglas Bros I SALE 207ISTREET Pioliroond Er STREET BEREA COLLEGE SPRING TERM OPENS MARCH 13 1901 J t I ITEMS OF INTEREST N The Kent of the World Cnn1II aDd Collntcd for tie the Unity Uender illnboutauthorities Francis T Sclmub and Miss May L j Winter eloped from Baltimore and q were married lu an automobile going at the rate of 13 miles an hour Hurry Schwartz of Lcadvlllc Col killed himself by shooting In order that his wife might collect 2000 In nurance on his life They were pen nilcss The vice president of the Pacific Mail Steamship Co blames CnptI Wnrd for the disaster to the Janeiro He should not have Attempted to bring the vessel into San Francisco during a fog The senate passed an amendment I to the Louisiana purchase exposition bill closing the fair on Sundays It also adopted on amendment provid ing an appropriation of 250000 for a government exhibit at the Charles ton exposition President McKinley Issued a proclamation calling for an extra session of the senate for executive purposes immediately after the dissolution of the present congress I Brig Gen Theodore Schwan has been placed on the retired list on his own application under the forty years service clause Several hundred imperial Chinese troops attacked 50 Germans west of Pao Ting Fu February 21 The Ocr i mans were hard pressed fought a l rearguard action and eventually drove the Chinese back The Ocr mans hail one man killed and seven i wounded It is estimated that the Chinese lost 200 In killed and wound cdEdwin N Conger minister of the the United States to China will re turn to his untlvo land on leave of absence The strong probability Is that he will not resume his diplomatic pout in Peking ills successor Is W W Rockhill director of the bureau of American republics and special commissioner In China who lass ncted as Mr Congers adviser throughout the negotiations MONDAY King Edward will visit Ireland next yearJohn II Mitchell was elected Un ted States senator by the legislature of Oregon Mrs Carrie Nation has tired of jail life and has written Judge Hazen u Utter demanding her release Dawson papers tell of rich stakes on Leplnc Creek where quartz as sayIng 34 to the ton was found X g Edward left England for tier 1manyfor the purpose of visiting his tho Dowager Empress Fred crick Resolutions demanding the enforcement of the prohibitory law were passed at a mass meeting in WichitaJ Holland third officer of the wrecked Rio de Janeiro who was f among the missing has turned up unharmedAn has been Issued in Ber Un for friends to assist in the erec lUonulmentsteamship Wcrra for the Holy Land They will be absent more than three months Mrs Emmons Elaine has turned over to the Chicago university the Chicago institute of pedagogy which represents an endowment of nearly 1000000The text of the imperial edict regarding the punishments of the offending Chinese have been sent to the foreign ministers Several of the cul prits will be probably executed In Peking The Boers are retreating in scat tered and disorganized parties before the advancing column of Gen French Col Owen captured De Wets 15pounder and pompon as well as 63 prisoners and a quantity of am munitlpn Mrs Rose Nurzer at Colfax Wash during a fit of Insanity threw her six children into a 30foot well She then jumped in after them and held their heads under water until they drowned The woman was found in the well and rescued by the neighbors SATURDAY Coy Roosevelt has arrived at his home on Oyster Bay Washingtons birthday anniversary was generally observed throughout the country S The expedition contemplated by Count Von Waldersee in China has been postponed A detachment of the 46th volunteer infantry in a skirmish killed several insurgents near Santa Cruz Province of Cantt Gov Stanley of Kansas signed the bill making places where liquors are soldcommon nuisances and allowing county officers to confiscate the ille I gal stock LI Hung Chang asserts that the I punishments to be imposed on Prince Chuang and Fu listen has been car Tied out in accordance with the de mantis of the foreign envoys E A Cudahy has received a letter from Pat Crowe the alleged kid sniper of young Cudahy He maintains that he is innocent and that bed provlded violence The Pacific snail steamer Rio do Janeiro struck on a hidden rock just- us she was entering the Golden Gate at San Francisco and sank in 15 minutes It is thought that nearly 1jQ persons were drowned Among tliiim arc Rounsevlllo Wildman Unified States consul at Hong Kong his Tfifo and two children FRIDAY An extra session of congress will be called by the president about March IS- ExUnited States Senator Stephen Mallory White of California is deud of stomach troubleIAs a result Tolbert and a man naraod Martin were shot in the street at McCormick S C Capt Robley D Evans of the navy was presented with a sword on be half of the people of Iowa by Speaker HendersonMrs Nation at Topeka was acquitted of malicious destruction of property in the raid on the senatu saloon February 5 Ambassador Choate gave a dinner in London In honor of Adelbcrt S- Hay late United States consul at Pro lrlDroderlck Senor Cisneros refused to attach his name to the document and made a strong speech against the Ameri cansThe federal party in the Philip pines held a banquet in Manila in honor of the birthday anniversary of Gen George Washington Some 20 leading Filipinos and Americans at tendedThe Nelly Blye express collided with a passenger train on the Am boy branch of the Pennsylvania road near Trenton N J Ten persons were killed and about 25 injured ono probably fatally The wreckage took fire THURSDAY Slot machines valued at 2000 and owned by a St Louts company were seized In saloons in Ft Scott Kan The biggest contingent the navy has had in Washington since the civil war will march in the inaugural paradeA girl at Stephenson Mich fired the clothing of a smaller ulster and the child was burned to death This was her fourth attempt A colored man charged with brut ally kicking a 12yearold girl in the abdomen because she told him not to come in the yard for water was lynched In Mlna Ark A Chicago physician has com menced a crusade against the use oi indelible pencils which he charges with being the cause of innumerable sore lips and fingers Doers derailed a train containing Gen Kitcheners baggage at Klip river The train was preceded by another In which the commanderlu chief was a passenger Minister Choate Informs the state department that in all probability the UayPauncefota treaty regarding the construction of the Nicaraguan canal would be ratified by the Brit ish government just as It was amend ed by the senate The foreign envoys agreed to compromise in the punishment of Chinese offenders Prince Chwang Is to be strangled Yu Helen Chi Hnln nnd han Chang Wu are to be be headed Prince Tuan Duke Lan andI Gen Tung Fu Hbiang are to be prisoned for life The court yielded owing to the threatened expedition into the interior TUB MARKETS Cincinnati Feb 23J CATTLE Common 2 75 I 3 8J Extra butchers 4 40 j 4 75 CALVES Extra 7 00 I1OUS Select packers 5 57y CO Mixed packers 5 50 15 57 SHEEP Extra 4 00 1- 5LAMBSExtra 5 00 5 55 FLOUR Spring pat 3 80 Q 4 2- 0WIIIATNo 2 red s 79 COltSo2 mixed M 42ft OATS No 2 mixed Cj 2- 8nYENo2 g 57 HAY Choice timothyI 14 50 PORKFainilyb14 CO LAUD Steam 32ft BUTTER Ch dairy J 13 Choice creamery 24 APPLES Ch to fancy 3 00 J 3 25 POTATOES Per brl 1 00 I 1 75 TO11ACCO New fl 00 9 55 Old S 70 t12 00 Chicago KLOUR Win patent 3 CO 3 80 WHEAT No 2 red 75ft No 3 red 67ft 72 iCORN No 2 4- 0OATSNo2 25 i 52 26ft- IlYK PORK Mess 14 00 14 05 LARD Mesa 747Y2 750 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 65 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red cj 70 CORNNo mixed K 49 OATS No 2 mixed 55 31 RYE a 61 PORK Family 15 00 ci 15 50 LARD Steam 7 80 Ilnlllinore WHEAT No 2 red 77 Southern 77 IinyCORN No2 mixed 29 OATS No 2 mixed 44 CATTLE Butchers 4 80 cI 5 25 HOGS Western 5 85 I 5 00 Lou livtile FLOUR Win patent 4 25 c 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 77 CORN Mixed new W 42y OATS Mixed 28I 1 PORK Mess 12 50 LARD Steam c 7 25 InUlnnapolli WHEAT No 2 red 751k CORNNo mixed I 385 OATSNo 3 mixed fi I- Ii r- I l JOhNBRENTMat Story Horses Huntingand 1 Adventures in the West CHAPTER XV Continued As she took her fathers arm to lend him away to the camp I could rend In her look that there were no Illusions for her But she dave to her therthl blinder and more hopelessly errant he might be the closer she dave lIe might reject her guidance she still stood by to pro tect him to sweeten his life and when the darkness came which she could not but forsce to bo a light to him However adversity hint thus far fulled to teach him selfpossession It hat made her a heroine and a martyr a noble and unselfish such ns one among the myriads God educates to shame the base and the trillIng and to hearten and inspire the trueINow dear father she must bid these kind friends good night Wo start early We need restShe held out her hand to me Dear ladsolc1 I taking her aside a moment while Brent spoke to Mr CHthcroe we are ncquaftit ances of todny but campaigners must despise ceremony Your father hns told me much of your history 1 infer your feeling Consider mo as n brother Nothing can be done to aid you Your kindness and your friends kindness touch me greatly Nothing can be done She sobbed a little I stilt held her handNothing said I nothing Will you go on with these people you a lady with your fate staring you in tin facet She withdrew her hand and looked at me steadily with her large gray eyes What a woman to follow into the jaws of death My fate she salt can be no worse than the old common fate of death That I accept any other I worthyIWe say so when we hope I say It and believe faI whenever they spoke by finer gentle ness of note and words of endear meat a recognition of how old anti close and exclusive was their union Only when SIzzum was present at ton the tenderness under that coarsen lag Influence passed away from the fathers voice and manner rankIng the daughters more and more tender her that she might win him back to holJIoe This has been quite thin pleas nntest episode of our journey You must not forget us when you nrc roaming through this region agaIn lIe said this with lila light cheerful manner They turned away It seemed as if Death arose and parted us We followed at a distance anti watched them safe to their wagon The night wind hat risen and went sighing over tho desert reaches bring- Ing with It the distant howling of wolvesDo not speak to me said Brent I will talk to you by and by lie left me and went toward our horses It had been imprudent to leave them so long at night with Lad spirits about- I looked into the fort again The dancers had gone Hotter was turn bling drunkenly over lila fiddle A core of men were within the house carousing Old Brldgers whisky had evidently flowed freely In one corner Lorrap had unrolled a greasy tam cloth and was dealing Murker backed him Thry were winning largely They bagged their winnIngs out of sight ns fast as they fell in Siz rum rather to my surprise was a Jttlp excIted with liquor and playing recklessly losing sovereign by the Landfill As he lost he became fu rious lIe struck Lairap in the face ant called him cheat Larrnp gave him nn ugly look nnd then assuming n boozy Indifference caught SIzzum by the hand nail vowed he was his best friend Marker kept nloof from the dispute TIme rome began again Again SIzzum anti the Mormons lost Agniu SIzzum xlnpprd the denier nnd catching the farocloth tore it In two The two gamblers saw thatthe were in danger They had kept themselves sober and got the others drunk for ouch a crisis They hurried out ot the way SIzzum and his brother saints chased them but presently losing sight of them In the dusk they staggered off toward camp singing uproariously Their lender on this festival lard somewhijt forgotten time dignity of time apostle and captain This low rioting was doubly dls gritting to me after the sad evening with our friends I found SIzzum more offensive as a mnn of tIme world than as a saint I say mon of the world because the gambling scenes of nominal gentlemen arc often just us hateful if more decorous than those of thit night I walked slowly oil toward camp sorrowful anti sick ot beast Kascnt18 antI vulgarity had never seemed to me so base and vul gar till now I suddenly heard a voice In the btirhcg It was Larrap He wns evi dently persuading his comrades to pome vllllany I cough a suspicious word or two Ahl thought I you wnnt our horses We will see to thnt I walked softly by tWill I seated by the embers of a campfire cowered In n heap like n cold In than He raised his face All the light hind gone out of him John snld I I never knew you despondent before This Is not despondency What thell- 1JllIJ1nlrI I can not offer to cheer you alt is hitter Wade I hays yearned to be n lover for years All at 01110 I fluid time woman I have seen mimi thought of and known from my first conscious moment The circumstances crowded my love Into sudden Intensity I liimle the utaurvatlomi stud did the work nf mouths of acquaintance in those few momenta while we were nt ten My mind always nets quick 1 seem always to have been discussIng my decisions with myself years be fore the subject of decision comes to me Whatever happens falls on me with the force of a doom I loved Miss Clltlicroes voice the Inatant I heard UN brave tenderness answering her father I loved her unseen and would have died for her that moment When she appeared and I saw her thee and read her heart I knew that it was the old dream tho old dream that I never thought would be other tlinn n dream The ancient hope amid expectation cocvnl with lily life wits fulfilled She is the other self I have been waiting for and sucking for lEave you told her so Can n mini stop the beating of hula henrtV Cnn a man not breathe Not Iin word perhaps I did riot usn the words But Sue tiiidcrntooil me SIIlld not seem surprised She recognizes suchit passion oIlier right niul desert A greathotirtcd woman can MI how a man worthy of her can nullify time anil apace and meet her soul to soul In eternity from the first So I met her but circumstances here nrc stronger than love Can she do nothing with her fa timer Nothing She failed In England when this delusion first fell upon himDid she know what It meant for her amid hint- hardly 7 She even fancied that they would be happier In America Imu at home where the saw that lila alii grandeur was always reproach IIIIt him Old he conceal from her the goal anil object of his emigration7 She knew he was or luppoied him self to be n Mormon But Mormon lam wns little more than a name to her She believed his perversion only n transitory folly It II but recently only since they were away from sue ror oil in the desert that she linn perceived her own risk She hoped that the voyage from England would disenchant her futher and that she could keep In the States No he was committed he was Impracticable You have seen yourself how far his faith is shaken Just so fir that his crazy lietrfulues has given place to moping but he will hear nothing of 11 Ion Whnt does she anticipate She says she only dares to endure Day by day they both wear away Day by day her fathers bright hope dwindled away Day by dayshe per ceives the moment of her own dan ger approaching She could not speak to ma of It but I could tech by her tone her dIsgust and dUdaln of SIz zum O how steady and noble sine III All for her fathcrl All to guide him with the fewest pangs to that desolate death she knows must connie She gave me a few touches of their past history so that I could see how much closer and tenderer than the common bond of parent and child theirs bad been That I saw from the old gentle mans story Sorrow and poverty en noblo love She thanked me anti you so sweet ly for our society nnd tIme kind words we lurid given them She hnd not seen her father no cheerful ro like him self since they had left England Who a weary pilgrliunge they niiiit have lint poor errant souls O Wild Wade how this tragedy of theirs cures me forever of any re bellion against my own destIny A helpless woniant tragedy Is so much bitterer than anything that can be full a man We must say helpless John Are we two nn army that we can take them by force She has delta itely closet nny further communica tion on our part She said thnt I could not have failed to notice how Elder Sizzum disliked our presence I must promise her not to be seen with them In the morning SIzzum would find sortie mrnnn to punlxh her father and thnt would be torture to her It Keems that villlnn plnys on the old mans religious superstitions and emma terrify him nlinoMt to mildness The vllliiin And yet for Imck of hun lies the blame that Much ter rors can exist In nny mans mind when Jod IK Lovo 1 promised her not to see her ngaln for you anti myself to see her no more That goodbye was final Now let me alone for n while my dear old boy I nm worn out and heartbroken He mummied himself In his blank eta omit lay on the grass motionless an a dent roan It was not his way to shirk camp duties Indeed his volunteer services hnd left me in ar rearsI our firearms In order In case of attack nnd extinguished our fire Our horsea too I drove in end tethered close by My old suspicion of Marker and Larrnp hnd revived from their miittcrlngB I thought that after their great winnings of tonight they would feel that they could make nothing more of the mull party and might seize the chance to stampede or steal mime of the Mor mon horses or nines It wns u cnpl tal chnuee In the sleepy hours after the revel Horsestealing since tho bad exnmplK of Dlomed unit never gone out of fashion Fulauo and Puinpi were great prizes I knew that Larrap hated Brent for lila undis guised abhorrencu anti the ugly word and collision of today The pair bore goodwill to neither of us Their bru tality lund jarred with ums front the beginning I knew they would tuke pernonnl plensure lu serving us a shabby trick out of thulr dlxonary On the whole I determined to watch till night Euiy to purpose hard to perform I leaned against my saddle nnd thought over the tiny How I pitied poor Brent Pitied him the more thoroughly since I was hnrdly lew a lover than he Long afterwards long after the misery of love deud in despair comes time time when one can know TIs helter to have loved and lout than never to huyo loved ut all lInt no such soothing poetry could slug resignation to my friend in his uuselfislimlbiry All he could dOAll I could thotiis to benr time agony of thin midden cruel wrong to curse till elmiiecs of life thnt hud IIn weakened time soul of our now flund mumtlsum darkened lmimm sight that ho could not know truth from fnUr hood Doubly to curse the fnliehooil Iteforv It hall only been something to Kuoru Hero tragedy entered The nieni miserable ludicrous Inven lion of Mornioulsiu time foollnh fnbln of nn idler hail grown to 1m a great niHSturly tyranny Thene two souls wire clutched by this foul ogre und nuked up In nn Impregnable prison Anil we two were bullied Of what use was our Uynlty to woman What vain words those unuttcred words of our knightly vow to succor nil die tressed damsels the vow thnt every gentleman takes upon hltuiclf an ear nestly now nnd wills to keep ne faith fully as army Artcgall in tho days cruderlandbe moro detestable hid knight who lot fil iod anJ honored his lady ctgr pnniuntrr more imynlmlllio horde luau thmlsthie ignorant mUled by thin base- in such dreary protest and pity I parwei nn hour The evening breeae lint strengthened into a great Ktisty wind blowing from the moiiutnlns to the noutlnvnnl I drowsed a little A perturbed slumber overcame me The roaring nightwind nrouird me nt In lervaU with a bbmt more furious anti I woke to perceive omlnnud anil tur bulent ilrennu flitting from my brain i dreams of violence tyrnniiy and In famous outrage Suddenly another sensation wont j creeping along my nerves It bolt IuI1Iancoming up against the nightwind and crushing Its roar with u sound more penetrating Brent too wna on the alert Some ono at our horses ho whla pcred i We dashed forward There was a rustic of flight through tin bunhc I We each fired n shot The noise ceasedStop salt my friend na I was giving chase We must not leave the horses They will stampede them while we ore oiL They perhaps It was only n cayote or a wolf Why Fulanol old fellow Fulano trotted up neighing and t licked my hand mil lariat had been cuta clean cut with a knife We were only just in time j We mint keep watch till morn ing wild I 1 have been drowsing I will take the first hour Brent with n moan of weariness threw himself down again on the grass I sat watchful The nightwind went roaring on It loves those sweeps and surges ofr untennntcd plain as It loves the lifts and levels of time barren sen The fit fill gale rushed down as If it boiled over the edge of some great hollow In time mountains nnd then stayed to gather force for another overflow In Ha pn sea I could hear time stir and murmur of the Mormon cattle a thou sand und more But once there came a larger pause time air grew silent ns If it lied never known a breeze or OH if all life anti motion between earth smith sky were utterly und forever quelled In that one Instant of dead still ness wlien the noise of the cattle wns hushed anti our horses ceased champ ing to listen I seemed to lamar the clang of galloping hoots not fur away Galloping to time southwardIthem Or was It only tho charge of a fresh blast down the mountainside uprooting ancient pines and flinging great rocks from crng to chnsni And that strange terrible human inhuman sound or riiging time noise of the hoots nnd making the silence a ghnstly horror was It n womans scream No it could only bo my fevered Im agination that found fnmlllnr sounds in the Inarticulate voices of the wll dcrncsti I listened long nnd Intently Tho wind sighed nnd rnved anti dlsItullltime darkness I kept a double watch for two hours omit then culling Brent to do his share threw myself on the grass nnd slept Boundly To be continued The British census will be taken on the last tiny of March 1101 Ten years ngo when tIme last census took place time population tit time United Kingdom was 37732022 TIme Register General estimates the present popu lation at 40021171 t j A REST DAY FOR LABOR 31iiiiiirlul head llrfori I lie Cunvrn thom u r the Imii Ivnnln ClirU lien Kiitlrnrnr Nuclei j Greeting Labor hereby ptendi with you to mild In staying Sabbaths Desecration that hns mode slaves to i compulsory labor on time Sabbath ol literally millions of men in thus coun try It hints overworked them so t they ore not lIt to work other days ln time week This results In their often being physically not able to return fair equivalent for wages paid them ThoSo who nre engineers conductors pilots motormcn telegraphers tig nnlincn switchmen etc are thus unfitted to make travelsafe for pas scngcrs on any lay or night train Thus too accidents happen that frequently destroy n million or more of dollars In n second of time So profits of stockholders are depleted Steam and electricity so Intensify life that we need more riot less rest i than our fathers They also enable us to do fur snore than they in a given time So we can better afford to take the rest of one day In severs demanded by nature and lovingly provided by our Heavenly lather An patriots we plead National life depends on right conscience of time Individual citizen The Sabbath Is historically time spindle to take moral slack twist oust of conscience Kahbftthkreplnff nations have been oCU1unorolallyIbreeds moat of these encinlo born of perverted conscience that menace our country amid moke time flag nn emblem of the opposite of what It was Intended to represent We believe more scriptural Sal bathkeeping Is absolutely essential to both civil suit religious liberty that Its greatest need to these ends Is better Heal Day observance by its proteased friends clergy na well all laity That God saw we were In greatest danger at this point II plain from Ills giving more space to It in the Decnloirno than to swearing stealing lying murder and adultery romMncd That Jesus hold clergy Its welt ns laity might be lost Is seen In the Slat 310 smith lid verses of Matthew 7th chapter In these Old nail New Testament Unlit Sabbath breaking seemed likely to be the Individual dead line with many Judge Ituacell of Boston well sold Tine enemy of list Sabbath U time enemy of the hamau race It la the enemy of our bodies anti our pockets to say nothing of timings higher We therefore plead with you for your own settee na writ ns ours that xampZeInllh1dutdly smith ni to help stay this peril roiling over our country like an inundation Itmpcot fully yours QlCn MAY IOWKU rrtckfent ArbIvItmn Council BEHIND THE CURTAIN A Jliirr Inllninlp ICnntrlrilKr SushI Slake IJ1 More ChnrllHlile In lmsslng Juiluiurnl There Is nothing like a reel kuo edge of the conditions and llmltatl of other people for making ui really charitable toward their shortcoming and Infirmities When ie coma to know a fellow man intimately we often discover that he deserves great credit for what In our Ignorance MO had con demned him Wo blamed him for be lag as we thought morose and churl isis but we did not know that his tern per hat been sorely strained for year by anxieties In lila home or In his bull neat under which wo would hue been crushed You go home after the dlls work Is done to a pleasant household but would you be to cheerful and gra clout If you returned home to take up a round of ministration to thoto whom you love with all your heart but who are doomed to time Invnlldlun that robs life of nil Hi zest You think that your acquaintance is a pctilmlit but If you could take his place for a day or two mind pats under the cloud of af fliction or disappointment that shadows his life you would wonder at his fortitude and hopcfulncii All the time we are pOlling the most unjust judg mends upon our follows out of sheer Ig norance We think that they arc In as happy circumstances as we arc our selves A gllinpio behind the curtain would make ut kind lloston Watch manQUIET HOUR THOUGHTS Bigotry places opinion before truth Hanis Horn When a mann lives with God his voice shah be as sweet us the murmur of the brook arid the rustle of the connEmu orson Never ask what you have no right to know never tell other people what they have no right to know Theodore L Cuyler D D rlilenIng in that withers and bursts the husk George Macdonald Time Improvement of our graces de pends on the keeping of our hearts Jnever knew grace to thrive In a cm less soul John Flnvel Train the understanding Take core thnt the mini lins a stout anti straight stem Leave the flower of wit nut fancy to come of themselves Augus tus Hare A true Christians chief care lies In time right ordering nnd commanding of his own spirit where time hypocrites work ends there time true work begins Matthew Henry It is interesting to thfnk of trouble In whatever form it may come to us as a Heavenly messenger bringing us something from God In Its earthly aspect It may seem hurtful even destructive but in Its spiritual outwork- Ing It yields blessing J It Miller TEMPERANCE MAP OF KENTUCKY LIQUOR VS LAW II 110 iiro Kind iiuloMl to givo our rOll lurl this weekn tune nliotviiiK the prefont condition of tKinpornnci IHWH ill Iou lucky Tim futlyMivuu whito counties cuntHJu no Icgnlizedr- nilloOIIS StlVIll rOtllltilH IOOlllill- no prohibit n territory The blnck shinier indicate Kilooim in county MlitH Thu black dots indicate million olmiwliuru in the count ios Thu white 1011 in blnck foiiutlcri Imliuufu prohi bition prwincto Fur tho oIU litH without hgnhz xl saloons wo unit truthfully eny thnt the IIIWH HKaitift liquor wtllinu tire in wvll onforcrtl nn Ihu lawn ugrtinot theft or murder and thu good results which follow nio uiKliioitiuiiid Thonunoy Unit would go tothoimlooiiHtfMH for the Ill IIIIH1 t oC honoAtduhtnnnd tilt propur support of fmnlliu lorllmlIuuLtho country unit Muto ricliur LIQUOR vs LAW Tho liquor tnillio in oinphntlcally n Inw doffing tralllo- NVnrlv 120 ysltre njjo tho liquor ilonler of Wiwtoru Imumylvnnin nod thtjir Imp ltllzIICW nldwl by koine in Ohio and Virginia morn in arms against lima E 1Iio tax UIKJII whiskey Thu InmirgouU Inirnwl tho boost of the Iiupcclor nod drOTo him end the United Stales Mnnlinll down the Ohio liner in an open twat in wint r They nnsumblod 10000 tttroug nnd Don Washing ton inn oom pull I to call out the iniliilii to tho nand or of IROtX to quell thorn Tho very first armed ro wistnnce to tho authority of thu Uni tel State was in the behalf of tin liquor traffic Tho liquor traffic in eHHentirdly dt mondizing in its influence upon till who ungugo in it from the wealthy browrr mud distiller down to the keeper of joint IIlwnkcntly saloon or dire as proven by tho fuel that it has always been neotH nry to enact primitive Inure for Its control and regula lion What proportion of rum ecllont voild huMluta to cell liquor to a mi nor or to Fell on Sunday or to mini lenito their wares for greater profit if fear of dolietion wns romovedT All UICKO nets aio forbidtlon by law untl yet of constant oocunmio The liquor traffic tend to down right dishonesty Physicians nnd chemist ii8inrt that it well nigh impossible to pro euro for any purpose whatever nun dulterated wines or spirits It is a well known fuel that tho adulteration of wines tied spirit nons and mull liquors has duvrlope into an art nnd that largo capital is invested in it III recognized busitiesH although law after law has been placed on tho Hlatuto hooks prohibit Hiiih adulterution and providing POll alties in cnto these laws urn broken It is too true that these laws cannot bo enforced For the binollt of those who indulge in intoxIcanlH an n buvcni c and who may diHlro to know what it in that hives he niiirituiil null men till elevation following the drawl told as a deterrent to those who have not commenced to indulge wo givo ho low a few of llu tunty and whole FonioT HubstunceH m ed in thu mini ufnduro of drinks 0 Ale and beer aro called malt liq nets and urn supposed to ho limo prod uct of brewing malt and hops In hteadof thieve molamioH honey vitriol quuhsin coccuhiH indiciiH cayenno popper opium grains of paradixo etc aroused an Riilistitutes Tho coccu Ins milieus berry stronger than alco hol in UH poisonous notion it the fa vorite adullerant uHed by brewers lo givo fictitious strougth to their prod uctIn tho adulteration nnd imitation of wines aloes alum ambergris wax from tho intestine of a sperm whale acotio acid acetic other bonzinu And tho benefit in money is but the BimdloM putt In the counties wht ru there is no liceiiMd saloon the civil and criminhl prosecution are less than in other counties and lint general prosperity of schools and churchefl and famUius is greater It will thus be neon that Kentucky lies n fairly cflYc mho Iccal option law nand a very hlrong temperance bell timrnt There is no reason why wo should not push on for tho entire redemption of theslule This fact taunt bo faced and reconed with There is a grout drul of money in the liquor business timid there are unprincipled mot who know that if they can start a saloon on the sly or by tithing the temperance pcoplo unawares rtlultsecuring tilt appeal of tho local option few in the prrciiirt or count they cnn soon enrich themselves on thu spoils of thm it neighbors Wo must therefore expect that thorn will llImH be those sneak ing liquor stiller to contend withRIIII respectable citi znH iiiuttt maku up their minds to devote flullicient keepingdown u brimstone hitter almond creosote charcoal chalk copperas caustic pot ah glue glycerIn onk bnrk pins tor of Paris mid many othor equally duxirable agents ore oalied in lo assist Juts rider t evolve into the much prized imported SxiniHli nod French winos V yctinv pure olittlify is often in decoction of low grade spirits tIll name is trim of gin runt and brandy cud turriblu pads especially tannic acetic and puroxylia acids oil of ere emote gluuoiise oil of vitriol etc Scud a professional ealoonist An hllrtcorn n spirits two barrels of water a little burnt ftugar and a gallon of fusel oil and mako a rio whiskey that will heat a torch light proce ion oudm tail at 15 wills u drink In it any wonder that the ntoinachx liruiiif 11101tTin saloon of to day is tho school of crime The gambling den nod tho brothel could not Ihrivo away from tho sa loon Anarchy finds its most conj geliiid Hiirioiindiiigs in or over a filmI shop Tho Haymarkot Chicago tragedy was hatched in n saloon nod in a roots over tho same plnco tho deadly bombs which wrought death and dottrtiulon wore manufactured These htateniealH cannot ho contra verted From tho foundation of thin gov ernuiptit down lo limo present thillI tho liquor traffic luis hhotrn itself n great delier ofnil lawn intended to1 prhi1Igel A FEMININE WEAKNESS The Claim of Scorn of Ainrrlrnn Women In ArUlncrnry Are Child Irk mill Itlilloiiloui Perhaps the fetish to which we women attach the most undue im parlance II social position rite An American Mother in time Ladles lone Journal We set out with the creed that we are all equal and slpeed much of our lives In thenIto force our way into some petty clc which Is barred against us bar our own against tome ofour neighbors Nothing could be more ridiculous than the many foundations on which we Americans bate our claims to aristocracy The belief III almost universal that the possession of a certain enormous number of mnI lions constitute a caste which on the level of royalty lint short of these stupendous heaps of gold mon- t does not always command preced ence here especially in our small towns nnd Tillages We are all of us ready with our gibe at time new rich as if our own blood had been pure as that of Dalmio for a thousand years Our claims to high caste are often based upon some mythical judge or baronet far in the dim past or that we live in the most pretentious house In tho village I have known the posscslon of n Grecian portico to give social ascendancy to one family over a town full of neighbors plebeian only In that they had no porches at all So vague yet so strenuous are our ideas of caste Tho prico of liberty is eternal vigilonce and tho temperance people must be continually watchful nnd rtaJy Besidm this HO must rememberthat now families are coming into thostato and young peo plo urn growing up who have not heard tho great argument for temperance and wo must circu lulu tho pkdgu and hold meetings mud t o instruct and convert tho rising generation Andone other thing wo must show the liquor traffic uo mercy Ouo saloon in n couniyim has been shown cn Knitter misery quarrels nnd d atli through every precinct Amidas long as tho liquor fiends huvu the nlighteat hope of continuing their guises they will klePlIltho fight Our only safety liea in driving them completely out of time business is wolf than to put a collar on life neck DANGERS OF ALCOHOL Prrnrh Ilirlolnn Vlto Iurnlthtm Leaflet In All III Intlruln AVnrn lug iBUlnjit Alcohol At the meeting of the Ilnria Hospital Medical society M L grndre alarmed bjr the eTcrincreMlng1 amount of drunkenness asked If It would not be potilule to withstand this by inctns of meetings Insistence on the dangers alcohol and by what he considered even better method that of getting up for the instruction of patients lantern shows with exhibitions of anatomic preparations to show the dangers o alcohol 11 Legendre has had printed for the use of all his patients a little leaflet the text of which runs as fol lows Mot of the diseases treated in the hospitals arise from alcoholic drinks that Is to say they are either caused or aggravated by the usr of alcohol All alcoholic drinks are dangerous and the most harmful are those which contain aromatics In addition to nlcohol as for Instance absinthe and the socalled aperients called timers Alcoholic drinks are more dangerous when taken on an empty stomach or between meals A man necessarily be cornea alcoholic e slowly poisoned by alcohol even If he never gets drunk when every day he drinks alcohol In the moreiof which destroys more or less quickly but none the less certainly all the or gIns most necessary to methe atom ach the liter the kidneys tie blood vessels the heart and the brain Al cohol excites man but does not strengthen him It Is nosubstltutefor food but takes away the taste for It Those who often drink alcohol or too muchwine more than one liter a day iare much more liable to illncu and are much worse for time disease is often complicated with fatal de llrluni Alcohol is a frequent cause of con sumption by its power of weakening the lungs Every year we see patients whoattrnd the hospitals for alcoholism come back some months later suffering from consumption Fathers and moth ers who drink often have children who- are deformed or Idiots or who die from fits London Lancet A JUDGE ON LIQUOR In III Charge to the Jury lie Urges Total Alxllnruvc Uurlu Term of SerrUe ChnrIlottejudge said in his charge to the jury OentleJnen of the Jury if any ol you are in the habit of drinking iutoxi eating liquors I hope you will desist from time habit this week A man Is dutyIky It Is not only a contempt of court but it is n mlfidciuenuor for a juror tc become intoxicated wish also to impress the fact on time minds of tin suitors time wit nesses and the ofllcers oi the court that you cannot properly dis charge your duty when under the Influ ence of liquor- Uudnubtedly this testimony Is trua Whisky docs incapacitate men for busi ness Xo one wants to trade with an intoxicated merchant or intrust hit Interests to an Intoxicated lawyer or have an intoxicated physician prescribe for him or an intoxicated jury decide n case In court Yet men will drink it and many who do not drnk will vote for It nnd keep the evil In the reach of those who are addicted to the habit We do not see how such persons can hope to justify their conduct in time sight of God when they help to keep a stunmbling block or nn occasion to fall in their brothers way Our Young People TEMPERANCE FACTS IA bill has parsed the imperial diet o prohibiting smoking by minors Wcsihofen Germany enforces nth oldI ordinance which forbids anyone walk cigari2749037 barrels lost year The total product In 1809 was SG5S11H barrels and In 1900 It was 39330849 barrels The intemperate use of ten and coffee otnn the result of excessive coffee drinking Ieaobtnear town their own form of government At their re prohibition1stvote of 23 to 23 The number of wholesale dealers beer and other malt liquors in this country increased from 05771n 1E9S and 7257 In 1S09 to 7730 in 1900 and the number of retail dealers from 12071 In 1S93 and 12327 in 1899 to 12716 during the same periodIA confirmed toper of Franklin Pa made a bet previous to the election that If McKlnley was successful he would subsist entirely on whisky for six months He essayed to fulfill his ob Ilgatiuu but after a few days his stom ach revolted and he found it physically Impossible to continue drinking lIe has now become a strict teetotaler Drink Leeds to Suicide Larcar Dorn years old killed himself at Xew York by swallowing carbolic acid time other night lie tried to in duce his wife to die with him and whenI she refused he attempted to acid down her throat While the couple were struggling their daughters Anna and Sophie 29 and 25 years old respectively interfered Darn belcame enraged and dashed some of acid on both of the girls Asa Anne will probably lose the sightresllltI right rye and Sophie is severely burned Mrs Dorn Is not badly Injured Dorn died after drinking a big dose of the drug lie had been drinking heavily Pittsburgh News- HISTORIC COATOFARMS For ITSeven Year It Hung Orr-i tile Oldest Market la lIelenalIlof which a Spanish coatoforms pasI messes a very Interesting history coatofarms says the Chicago Times Herald hung for 67 years over the oldest market In Havana known as the Plaza Vieja It was secured through the courtesy of Mayor PerfccfoLacosto Alfredo Zayns and Onofre Oomez the latter two councilmen On March 27 1895 at the beginning of the last revolution It was taken down and thrown into the street Cuban named Jose Gonzalez He wnsI captured after a hard chase and time next morning at Cabanas for the crime of insulting the Spanish crown Seventeen years previous a Spanish colonel was detailed by the captain general to Inspect all the Spanish property within tho city limits On entering the Plaza Vleja the colonel ob served that the crown was entangled in cobwebs and ordered the porter of the market to clean it A ladder was Im mediately secured while the colonel stood under watching that the work should be thoroughly done and while so directing the copper wire parted which held the crown In position and struck Colonel Ramon Perez Novas over the temple breaking his skull and Valilent FORGETfIA Little Incident Showing How the Vlrrm of Petty DUcord Sometime Unexpectedly aunt Forth The late Dr A 1L Quint used to relate an instance of neighborhood strife which came under his tion CnaI A little New England village church through an unhappy family difference between members became divided and the minister after trying In vain to reconcile the two factions resigned ills pastorate in the Interest of peace Hut the trouble continued and the hostile parties were so implacable that for years it was Impossible to settle another minister lOne summer when the congrcga churchnhad become too weak to support a resident a young theological student came out to preach during vaca tion In some all hearts and continued tosupply the pulpit during his remaining year of study after which ho accepted a united call as pastor There he lived and labored made pence and grew Into the life of thin people It was his only pastorate and it lasted halt a century He burled the leader in the old quarrel married their children and their grandchildren and died at a good old age after 50 years of a blessed minis tryIThen happened a strange thing When the church came to consider the calling of another pastor Mr Smith made a joking allusion to the historic quarrel How foolish those old fellow wercl said he Ive heard my fa DroTnipartI son laughed too- allusion and mentioned something which his father had told of the elder Mr Smith Thats all very true no doubt said Mr Smith but my sainted father was a man of convictions sir and I honor his memory No more than I honor the memory and convictions of my father said Mr Brown Incredible as It may seem this lit tie dispute at once called back a hate ful memory and started In full career all the unbrotherly clamor and re proach of the old quarrel Dead for half a century the contention began again It had sprung out of a trifle in the first instance and the merest graveIpart of those who had no ancestors in the original strife and the wise counsel of men outside was the diffi culty settled and peace restored Those who say I can forgive but I cant forget lave never more than malt forgiven Unless one can so far forget that he ceases to think evil wrongImay grow out root It die Be the children of your Father which is in Heaven is the precept of Jesus and the Fathers feeling toward the pardoned offender is something for Ills children to imitate as nearly as they can I will forgive their iniquity and I will remember their sin no more Youths Com panion I A Secondary Thing Ifow pitifully in contrast is our con duet with the Masters and tho entire spirit of tho religion which we profess Let our Christian living be no longer a secondary thing iJather the choicest affections of your heart and bring tc Him the choicest gifts you can find uunnnnnnn THE DUAL COMMANDMENT Holding none above Thee hClUtIAll for what Thou art As Thy Out and greatest commandAndMake In grace to stand Help me love my neighbo- rA ThqaUoytdit me Help his labor In Thyjiyrnpatby onlyAuFor Thy sake a friend Bo as truth and twairty J Make one perfect whole Joy shall blend with duty v In my deepest soul Blessed most in giving What to love belongs Mine Thy law of living And Thy statutes songs M Wooley titryker In S So Times THE WINGS OF THE MORNING A Splendid Metaphor of Vast Signif icance In Our Modern Dill to the Race of Mail Take I the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea The wings of the morn Ingwhat a splendid metaphorl Matchless in expanse and In color they are matchlessly swift If the ancient bard could have girded him self with them he would have passed the Great Sea in nil Us length the far pillars of Its portals would have faded backward from his sight nnd the submerged Atlantis enkindled Its palms at his coming Speeding on over the wide ocean he would have gazed with astonishment when an em erald continent jeweled with mountains and lakes and interlaced with shimmering rivers rose to his view Passing these he would h averse en boundless plains black with counnessAherds of Gods cattle nnd derstood the Spirit ns he did wFenhel sold Tho herds of a tbousumFlilTls are mine why should I desire one from thy house or thy fold By the hour of noon the bard might have pitched his tent in this uttermost part of the earth uttermost in bone ty and beauty as well as in distance and expanse lie was always fitting words of his harp which held a glory knewj Is sending the crest of the waves 40 geographical miles an hour The bard on his wings of the morning would leave them behind as a bird passes a plodding pedestrian And yet David could now depart frwu his beloved Zion and reach this uttertmost part of the earth sooner th could have visited his new conq toKon the Euphrates Two and a hall days to Liverpool is now within pos nearnotiThe Indian tribes on this continent branched out from the parent stock to occupy the river valleys where they could have boating fishand n barrier Thus segregated they made war on each other Larger aggrega tions divided by more formidable barriers similarly became enemies The straits of Dover kept the British and French at war from time immemorial A mountain range brought the Scan dinavians to the verge of war within the past few years ThesSwitzers fight the Austrians The Pyrcneesimade two rations of the Gauls But a the tunnels bridges and the ships are rapidly wiping the natural geograph ical lines off the face of the earth and mankind is to stand foot to foot or shoulder to shoulder in hate or friendship The races and civilizations If not to fuse arc to exercise profound influence upon melt other Men and morals are not exempt from the law of equilibrium There will be leveling up and leveling down till the mean is established unless the stronger and higher are willing to expend their strength in lifting the lower But we in America are not yet altogether cer tale of ourselves It is not yet sure that the downward pull may not be too strong for the upward toll Time turbine the tunnel and the train are ringing mankind into con ditions for dealing with which there is no precedent of civ renderedilization lies been vastly more difficult Shall we be an exclu sire aristocracy of Intelligence and morals or shall wo extend hands ol welcome which means lifting shoul ders We must carry n moral pan perworld on our backs or we must stop and sin with them There ii that which wlthholdoth and It tend eth to poverty Let fall a drop of a solutlqn at gold or of an acid into water and It will seek out every part of it Drop an influence now anywhere among men and It will enter the free circulation of tho world and affect nil men IJ we do not keep our brothers they will keep us The skein of human life has become inextricably tangledII not woven Into cloth It will tall into waste Take I the wings of tho morning and fly to tho uttermost parts of the earth there Thine hand shall lead me and Thy right hand uphold me words of vast significance now to the race of man Chicago interior SrlfAVlll Let selfwill once cease and there will to no hellSt Bernard r 4THECITIZEN BEREA KYFEBRUARY 28 1901 LAST FRIDAYS DEBATE Tho Chapel was packed on last Fri daynight with an nuclicuco whoso en thusiasm was duo not so much to au intorfso interest in the question to bo discussed as to u personal interest in the speakers and in tho two Literary Societies represented Prof L V Dodge presidedand af ter tho opening prayer by Kov Win Lodwick stud a much appreciated piece of musio by tho Phi Delta Man dolin Club tho chairman announced tho question Resolved that tho pres out armed invasion of heathen court tries by Christian nations is a detri moot to tho spread of Christianity Tho speakers on tho affirmative were Messrs Shrock J E Ewers and Humphrey of Alpha Zeta Phi Delta took tho cegativo and was represent ed by Messrs E R Eiubreo J C iiChapin and J M Racer Mr Shrock open tho affirmative with a well delivered speech in which ho set forth tho horrors of war spoko of Christ as tho first missionary and- o his power to protect his own Mr Embreo of tho negative said that horrible as war was it had opened tho way for missions timo after time in tho past Was the Civil war too great a price to pay for tho liberty of the black maul He spoke of Gods use of war all through history citing Israel Greece Rome etc and said that Chinas state of stagnation must bo broken up before missions could bo effective there J E Ewers was the next speaker and used as his chief argument the harmful influence of such acts us are r wellknown to bo committed by the soldiers at present in China How can a Chinaman separate theso acts of wanton and gross cruelty done by tho soldiers of Christian nations from the religion itself which they profess Ho also cited examples of lands as Hawaii which were opened without force J0 Chapin tho second speaker A from Phi Delta spoke of it as a sen timental view that Christ was mere gentleness said that he and his Fa ther were one and that God had not only used war in the past but had commanded it in caso of tho Israelites insisting on extermination That Christ como to resist unrighteousness to bring not peace but a sword He then reviewed vigorously the situation in China and said it was most unlikely that this was to prove an exception to the fact that God used all great events in history to forward his largo plan for tho world Mr Humphry quoted from n great many men F E Clark Rev Barrows Graham Taylor etc all emphasizing tho detrimental in fluence of the invasion in Chi na Graham Taylor saying that tho brutal behavior of would set back tho cause of Christianity in China a hundred rear Mr Racer by way of rebuttal said that tho standards of the Chinamen wero so low that even the inexcusable behavior of the foreign soldiers would not have as much influence with them as with more civilized nations and that it was well understood in China that tho officers do not approve of tho attrocities committed by the soldiers who are punished for their deeds Also spolto of the of China her conservatism and intoler anco through the Years when no Christian nation hall courage to de mand justice Mr Shrock had five minutes allowed to sum up arguments for the affirma tive but did not occupy moro than three or four minutes Mr Chapin had five minutes to close the ne ativn and said that tho quotations given by tho last affirraa were partial in their view and could be moro than matched by tho opinions of other not ed men and even by of their own statements and closed with the thought that the clash must come be tweet tho force of darkness and light and that when it was over the atmos phero would be cleared as by a thunder storm Profs Mason and Dinsmore and Dr Burgess tho judges then retired and while tho were out tho audience was Rvorpdwith n solo Tho Holy City which was expressively ren dered by A E Suffern of Zeta Society In response to an encore ho sang Lust a song always beautiful and appreciated Mandolin Club also gave another numberTho of tho judges was announced by Prof Dinsmoro as very difficult to mako but in favor of tho negativeAn scene followed in which there wero cheers yells and congratulations during which time the speakers on the affirmative wero seen heaitily congratulating their successful opponents Society rivalry is an excellent thing long as tho strife is to improve both in thought and expression and when it does not become and many members of the societies are personal friends Longmay Phi Delta and Alpha Societies live and prosper And many times may their members speak to as appreciative audiences as Friday Correspondence Bourbon County Millcrshurg Mrs Kuto Allen improves slowly Mrs Mary Turns of Paris is at her bedside Miss Lou Ella Gniiien of Coving ton haw returned homo after n short visit to Mrs Nellio Henderson Mr Turney and family have moved to Springfield Ohio Miss Amanda Price and W II Bowen wero in Lexington on business last week Mrs H L Herod and little Henri etta leaves for their homo in Indian apolos Thursday Rockcastle County Disimtnntu Mrs 0 J Abuoy is very ill her recovery is doubtful She is eighty years of age Ono of our good neighbors Mrs Angio Stephens removes to Mt Ver non this week Wo are sorry to lose her from our neighborhood- Mr Mason Angliu is building n tenant house on his farm John S Gndd has sold his farm to Isaac Harvey for SI 85 H J Abney bought a flue yoke of oxen from Wilburu Gatliff Mrs W C Ogg is appointed postmaster at Disputanta- W B Harris has sold his stock of goods to W C Ogg Vm Shearer leaves for Fairlaud Ill FridayMiss Abnoy paid her sister Mrs J W Anglin a visit last week G V Owens is finding ready salt for all tho shingles ho can make at his mill on Brush Creek James Hammond expects to travel for Price and Lucas of Louisville Mason County Maysvlllo Tho members of tho Bethel Baptist Church are having a successful revival Three additions to tho church They wore baptized Sunday afternoon Mrs Henry Robinson of tho East End died suddenly Satuuday morn ingJames A Tipton a highly respected old citizen died Thursday morning The funeral occured at Plymouth Baptist Church Rev 0 A Nelson of ficiated The littlo son of Mr Georgo Routt fell out ofa chair and broke his leg We aro glad to know that it is im roving nicely Tho concert given by Mrs Flor ence Harris and others at the M E Church Friday night was quito n success There was a very neat sum of money collected It is hoped that they will appear again soon Mrs Lcttio Henderson organized literary society at Plymouth Baptist Church Thursday night Tho society purposes to meet every Thursday night in each week and render a program George Hintou is steadily improving from an attack of indigestion Owsley County Gabbard Cold weather at present Success to the Citizen and its many readersMrs Lucy Wilder has moved to Perry county- Farmers are fencing add preparing their ground for corn Thos L Gabbard of Boooeville was hero Friday- J K Gabbard had a fencing bee SaturdayLogan Eversole of Cow Creek was hero last Friday looking at A C Gabbard farm Wol Wieder has returned home rom a visit in Leslie Co Evorsole Pleasant Gabbard is building a flue house Leander Callahan has gone to Louisville to have an oyo taken out Tie making is lively hero Alfred Bowlin visited with H C Gabbard last Sunday Wm Huff visited at R W Greens last Sunday Clan Roberts is haulitfg ties for Granvillo Holcombo Judge Gabbard is sporting a fine gold watch A J Edwards of Manchester was visiting relatives in our county this week Madison County Wnllncoton Mrs Clara Wylie who has had la grippe is better Green Wylio loft Tuesday for Ohio whore he intends to stay for a few monthsMay Ponder and Tram Conn two young men of our neighborhood aro talking of going to Illinois Sidney Croutcher who has rented his farm near Curtersvillo to S W Wylie intends to leavo for Illinois in a short time Miss Fannie Smith has gone to College Hill to make her homo with Mr John Buuistark and family Wo hope sho will like her now position- S W Wylio who routed tho Sidney Croutcher farm ru routed to Fo lix Estridge for a Mr Bodkins from tho mountains for forty dollars Poytontown Tho children of the family of Sidney Blytho are very sickwith measles James Moore and family are down with measles Mrs Florence Whito was prevented by a severe cold frown attending tho lecture of Prof Favour at Borea- Wo aro having a grand Sunday schoolHoward Blytho was sent to county jail for sixty days for petty larceny Our Public School will reopen in a few days D Whito and Former George will go North this week Rev R Munday preached hero lat Sunday from Joshua 2115 and Epheo 611 Aslmry Mrs Willimson and daughter of Dos Moiues In were hero Friday attending tho funeral of Mr and Mrs Washington Cntes par outs of Mrs Williams they having flied within 21 hours of each other Mr Grant Gates of Indianapolis hid was also in attendance Rov JmV Parsons preached tho mineral sermon from Cor 1551 Tho bodies wero buried in one grave Mrs Sallio Fowler of Drip Hock is on a visit to Hov J Parsons her father Mrs D C Alcoru who hiss been ill is improving Ulf is William Collins Mr Paul Derthick superintends the Sunday School and conducts the weekly prayer meeting hero Wo like himThe two months old child of Mr and Mrs James Korby was smother ed to death by burning feathers last Siinday Tho bed on which the child lay caught fire from a spark while the mother was not in tho room Drill for Teachers Examination IN TOT SmiNO TERM Berea has had wonderful success in preparing young people for Tendiers Examination Borca students will not sit with their fingers in tho book or look to their neighbors foi help iu examinationsProf has arranged to give during the Spring term special instruction for those preparing to teach Every ono who docs not already hold a first class certificate should be- n hand for this drill beginning March di- fThat wo are a progressive people our increase in wealth and population abundantly testify Yet the de mands upon us keep oven paco with us We can now boast ofn population of 70000000 Of this number wo have insane about 150000 feeble minded 125000 blind 60000 blind in one uyo 100000 deaf and dumb 50000 deaf 125000 Widows orphans and those who who seek not their own wo will omit It is estimated that about 150000 aroI college bred men and that tho logo mans chanco of success over the common school mon aro 250 to to say nothing of tho uuedcated pieu In sonic states wo declare by law teat an uneducated man Is not a man that is wo do not allow him to vote he is in competant yet in tho race of lifo wo force him into competition with the college men as an equal Again wo estimate the visible wealth at 590000000000 1 per cent of tho people own over 50 por cent of the peoplo own over 50 per cent of the wealth ii por cent own over B5 por cent 11 per cent own over 12 per cent 11 per cent own less than 2 per cent Do Good and Make Money By Introducing EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville Ill And Yemen TUB CITIZEN THEHOME 1II4ltNI by tip ORACH J stows Instructor IHtmotlli Science tiers College Utilizing the Left Overs hits been said that In American IIt half tho provisions aro spoil tho preparation aud tho other half thrown away Time spoiling of goodmaterials is fast becoming n raro occurrence Tho American women are learning to cook It is no longer considered compliment to young ladyhood when tho remark is tundo that Soandso would not have tho remotest idea of how to set to work to boila potato Not only has she learned tho art of boiling a potato so that it is not n sodden pasty mass but sho is able to prepnro n meal frown start to finish Tho cynic does not mako verses concerning her soup her moat is neither over nor undor done and when sho sets her dessert before you you heartily endorse limo look of triumph upon her faco Sho hits bo como a practical artist and now sho is working union practical mathematics She puts meat with potato and the sum is not the inevitable trash that hits become time themu of tho ranting Ixmrders discourse This tempting dish that she sets boforo you never hints combinations It is a blend ing of pleasant herbs and savory meats You ask no questions You mire satisfied because you liko her scientific arrangement of things inwantl1whonthat hashed over timings are never served up nt your table Sho knows that anyone can waste materials but sho linn learned by experience that it taken an artist as well as n III till m a tician to save things to nn advantage Not won tho crumbs of bread are wasted from her table Dry slices of dread are toasted crusts aro used in puddings and dressings and the crumbs are dried in the over ground ed and sifted thou put away in jars reatly to bo used In scallops breaded chops and croquettes Tho croquette in n modern inven tion and a very plousiiig ono it is toot is si uply minced treat or vegetable mixed with a whito sauce rolled into hope and fried in deep fat Of rourso thero is a popular prejudice against fried foods and a belief that abstaining from thorn will euro us of our dyspepsia hut if articles are prop erly fried they should contain no note grease than time boiled ono dos water TO DC CONTINUED Tho letters of the various alphabets of tho world vary froai 12 to 202 Tho Sandwich Islanders alphabet has 12 and tho Tartarian 202 To Whom it may Concern Tutu Is to certify that wo have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet istC Co Buyers of country pro duce 401 Dunne Street Now York and find them to bo worthy of all credit and financially nblo to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully rocommoud them to all dealers in produce ns a sound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS fc COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway Spt 28 1900 New York err0I I pronpUr procartl ITS 84 sol tktUkV or rb10 t t 1m report on r Unulthtr lluok llovV tbtuarbndrrcrasetu Tra4ohFBC1 i ftlrnt terms per tfTd lKrBlor TATtltT ULWriU or II TEAM fRACtlCtO- THEMLIAminor ntdnt chtrrtt CA SNOW CO j PATENT LAWYERS Pitttit Office 0 C 8 THE SCHOOL Kitltal br J WDItumore Doan of the Nor mal Dconrtmcut Itorr CoUrito Nature Study HOSK J1ILM3R Iii tho preceding article on Xnturo Study wo consldored tho nim its im portance in tho list pf studios and its relation to other subjects Time teach er who has decided to begin science work must boar n tiuuibur of points plainly in mint It is best for each pupil to lOUt his own specimens fo far us possible By so doing ho gains much interest lug information and learns tunny facts that aro necessary to know ifw would have in tho ouda complete know led go of tho thing studied rile teacher should give his pupils a definite idea of wlllltlilltlof sped mess are to be collected and where they aro to be found Each child should uxiimino tit specimens for himself Tho teacher lucre should but direct and suggoBt or question What tho pupil is let to discover nod btltor still what ho really finds for himself is whut strengthens nod develops Iris iiiiiul Thero should he n connection clearly seen between time louse iu handulltlwlmt preceded Now iduitH are only of vulun when they are ro Intcd to somithing previously iu till mind I After tho individual pupil his ills eovfirod jill tho points of interest ho can reasonably ho expected to find thou tho wholo should b gnthoriHl together This is the point nt whirl concert wort may becomo profitable Tho duller pupils of tho class hnro been led to do what theypun for themselves and tho possibility uf their lecouiing merely imitators of tho brighter pupils in removed There may bo facts that tho pupils ire unablo to discover for themselves and which tho teacher must add Tho lesions should bo comuHitcd they should fist bo progressive Knch tiny should see n step ol ad vancement In no fur us possible tho knowledge acquired should bo applied by the pupil to tho practical duties of lifo This step is often neglected and so- ho pupil only becomes possessor of- great deal of cumlwrxomu mntorinl which ho is unable to IIKO Time International Kindergarten Union holds its oighth annual convun lion in Chicago April 10 11 and 12 This is n federated organization rye resenting seventy Clubs Kiudurgur ton Clubs and Kindergnrton Associ ations in all parts of this country and Canada It is tho largest Kindergnr tor organization in tho world Miss Caroline T Maven of tho Now York City Ethical Schools is time president anti will conduct tho three days its ions during tho Easter holidays The Chicago Kindergarten Club with n membership of over 200 which is eighteen years old Is to ho the lion tess to tho International guest No loss than 1000 delegates amid visitors arc expected The officers amid oxen utive bonrd of this Club constituted tho local committee in chargo of tho entertainment of the International Union Mrs Alico H Putnam being president mitt Mrs Mnry B Page ieo president Most of tho meetings will ho hold iu tho Fine Arts Build ing on Michigan Boulevard The handsome rooms of tho Chicago Wo ions Club on time ninth floor nro thu hendqunrterH for tho delegates All educational holies in tho city hrivo- ltenl invited to coopernto with Chicago Kindergnrton Club In milking tho congress successful J A Bowliu Roaring Hiver N C writes Sued mo tho CITIZEN six monthsyour valuable paper should be In every homo especially iu Appa Incluiiu America BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over liR Touchers 700 Students from 20 Suites Best College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SclioolH Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yenta Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and Collego CourseLiterary Philosophical Classical for life Musle Heed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo aro here to holp all who will help themselves toward n 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Inut not nn igiionmt person pad what farming I do is mdro fur plenum Umu profit but take tine nvtmge farmer who hits rev ur known Huything hut farming old simply knows how to read sad writs is Ill Supple sid to know tho inclining of such oust Would it rot bo well to supply tho moaning of Iud words ns you publish an article HO wo can rrad irmtelligonllytRruEnli- me vlioinist mid the cow lied four groups or clftHMwi of eubatniiwH in Krniiis timid fodders Take for exam ple a ixmml of wheat Iran Burn this bran no that every mrt of it that U couibiiKlihlo is burmd up Tln rn will ho loft shunt out ouDto of nab which rwprtwonU the minerals Now if wo hurt NU Hiiiuml weighing FiOG icuuds sb roiuplutuly tint iiuthing m left thnl will Inirn or erajKirnte wo miIMR hnvo nbout lost touudi ofnh ihitlly from the lwoe Tim lassos- in tliH nuiiiud syslvin con ho mutt or runownd only by thKith elements iu tlm food The other pate of thu food are of no value in Iwno buikiiug Young animals with growing fraun nijuiro morn of tlm mush oluiiicnlHthaii older ones lfiluro to supply time ash olwutHitd In the food insulin iu disJCl o Young hluoti fail to gruw and thrive Cows deprivedof the nccuHsnry uluments tlorvlop a hnr tonl lasts They willuhltw tunes when they fitxl titan drink filthy wntor or out disgusting fowl ur gnaw ftMictwi or other IxMrtls Tits IHOTMN This ininckH anti tisatitM of the uniiiml contain uitrvgon nnd iu order to build now tissue uud to restore till wntttun CHIIBH by work food oontniaing nitrogen tai t ho suppliwl Thy chemist iu picking- gwirt a IKHUM of bmn will find n miens of mibttaiicort coiitnining nitro gun Thura will Iw houiothing otrtwo ouiiows iu tho pound of these dif firunt Hubstuiicus nil of which UfO groii od uiiilur time minute protein or protuido A simple name fur this group of substances would ho uuiii clo mnkers ainco thoy are used for tho production chiefly of tuiucuhur tibsuo Unless this protein is prftxnt iu the food iu proper quantities tIll nuimal stiffens for it cunnot replace tho wnsto of musciilur tissue nnd iu thu case of the growing animal it can not intake now growth of fiber In tho case of the cow un extra quasi ty of protein is necessary bccnuoo thu milk contains ubout ns much of tho protein us it does of butter ml nntl utilfss this is supplied in excess of tho demand mndo by tho yews system she cannot give u largo quan tHy of milk Time protein cannot ho used to mnku lone Tho mush ole putts alone can do that but is abso lutely necessary for growth for work or thu production of milk CAnnoiiTDnATEs Continuing his investigations tho chemist would find iu n pound of brim nt nrly won ounces of Btibstnncos liko starch or Hiijjar which do not contain nitrogen Thor lifter from tho protein chiefly in this reHx c Tin so ftubiitnnces nro grouped together under the name carbohydrates A simpler miasmic for thorn is futformers bccniiho tho formation of flit in tit hotly is ono of their chief mOil Thoso tnrbohy rates are not used in tanking tho bonus or in making muscular tissue From thorn tho hit in tho hotly mny bo produced timid they nlso servo ns fuel Wo all understand that iu tho living hotly thoro is constantly going ou n combustion not unliko that which titles place with much greater fierceness in the stove which supplies our houBcs with hent This combus tion of the carbohydrates keeps up 0thu animal heat nnd really supplies living stoma for tho body If tho carbohydrates are not present in sufi ciunt quantity time nuimal loses flesh nntl lives for n whilu ou tho fut prey iously stored up in time body there being little fuel in thu food time ani- fires run down nud of course tho nninml sulfurs Hural NewYorker To ho continued Orders for pies doughnuts arid other products of tho Cooking School may bo mndo to Miss Stokes at tho Model House TEACHERS EXAMINATION IN SPRING TERM BEGINNING MARCH 13 1901 FORSPECIAL CHANCE TO PREpARE L