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Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With HtroiiB tttkff of Editors nod Cor rnpondenti Knlrml w lAf Jtelvjke nl lima Apr no wroxf eWe mnOmnter VOL 11 A Family BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 14 1901 Fifty cents a year Xti r8 IDEAS Thn a loafer with a naked hooktIt is easier to mull a dog than to love him nwny- CorkscrowH have drowned moro thou than cork jackets will over BUVO To teach a child to read and not whut to road in to nut a dangerou Into hltl hauth ii weapon C D Warnu Hnrhh crilicimn never killed a good work but It lIometimes kilt tho worker Take Notice will at FllfltcDr Burgeon Church of BCTCB Sunday tnornlnqj 011h1ho Great Purllonal IIWhlltIhlllk yo of Quint No eel vices at night Tho Annual Collection for th Amoricnn MIIItiollllrv Amsooiation will- ho tukon ut First Sunday au- Donnthous ought to bo lihi rat for Bt- rea IN IUlluhtod to tlw A M A ror help in her day of need On Sunday night nt the Baplbl annual meet Church h tho or the American Bible Society Dlhrgwjd preach on Bible or thu GopelI In Book or Jonah The mootlllgI All cordially III interdenominational are invited Mr S D Gordon who made BO lIII1rlllllion lit tIlt Y M O CoIIVllItiOIl deep an nt will he In March 27 nut 28 Oil each or IlrayeNUelIthe night of the w a uueetbngof theyouug peopla conueclwl with both the Y M C Rlill Y W C A tOIIher with tbirrr- iuuC1s RIIII citizens of limo town Ou the 29th ho will pollk In tIll Collego Chapel to an audience of then only FROM THE WIDE WORLD U S Secret Servico otficiala havo official Information of a proposed rev olutionary movement in Cuba Last Thursday Dietrich Wcllaud the Germanthrew a at Emperor htrikiug hint on the chlOk- aod a wound au loch allliR half long Tlio Kaiser was In M carriage on tho way to tho railway station in Bremen Great has decided to take alepn to force ltuasia to girt up Mall churin It ill reported that the infix cock of the Untied has been asked in fuvor of Great Britain England is Bonding a reinforcement or 12000 troops to Afrkcu this week II OUR OWl COU1TRT Pres McKinley refused to sign the bill IIpprOprlRUug SlOOOOO to puy ror moldierhomed Couloderato after the nurreuder at Appomattox Ex Senator Lindsay has been p ointed a member cf the St Louis ExpoIUon Contwuaiou So far as is known the United States is tint unit of tho powers to erect a regular Chinese Court u tice in the CuiuoBO capitol Tho grand jury of Anderson Co S U has lUHilo a report that practic al luor exiiiU ill that county in tho convict dtockudo camps ExPros Harrison is very ill at bis homo in Indianapolis Ind Official investigation has discovered bubouio plague to an alarming de gree COMMONWEALTH OF KEITOGKY Several Kentuckians are Maid to have called on 1ren McKinley to tho appointment of ExUov Bradley as Judge o Eastern Ju dicial District Tho Court of Appeals throe judges dissenting have down au opiuiou which lawyers at Frukfort- believe foreshadows a rovorsal iu the case of Jim Howard couvctod of the murder of Wm Goebel In tho Clay Co Circuit Court Lowis was given a tiro sou touce UIJBU tho murder of David eon Sebree lVcbstertwuuty was almost swept away by lire Loan G5000 A cyclone passel through a part of r Western Saturday night 1UHJ iiurM At Clinton auven Ishod and several hurl at Iud a drug store KntMaxonmm threewero churchea and many houses barns and wcro Ou Sunday DIUUtvn at London the Sue Bennett College was damaged lOcO and rosideuue wrecked by a storm Joo Noulltho murderer of lock ton dor Spouco of Nigh Bridge is to tried in Faleral Court Spence employee and kill was R government od while on A corp of civil engineers from Bir mingham Ala are making a second survey for a railroad from Lexington to Brush Creek Jackson county Elder John S Sweeny took charge of Uw Parks Post Office but Friday THE CITIZEN Locals and Personals Ilov C IL 1almnr of Junction Ci with frionds this week j Miss Etta Our fromH a visit to friends iu OhioIIW Q BOH sport vacation with the Misses Chrismau at Combs Ky Mrs S C Mason is no far improvedt as to ho able to leave tho Hospital Albert Lucian and Helen Lewis left on Monday for Tetorshurg III Tho Orfhorno House Party cntert tained friends at a six oclock dinner Thursday Mrs Green Hoskins who has been dangerously of pneumonia is con valchclng Misses Nina King und Emma Spence spout vacation with in Mt Vernon Mrs H IL ItoyHton gavo a party Monday evening at her residence ouI Center Street Mrs Derthick of Cleveland Ohiot is visiting her soon Rev 11 J Illld Paul DtlrthlckIDave Powell has sold his interest iu the Livery business of Harrison CoI A B HoyuoldIWalt Hill returned from Cleveland 0 on account of tho illness of his rulhorIRay W D Smitn returned Monday front a two weeks trip through ullI cud Jackson counties Tho Misses Hichartlsoii entertained at tea in houor of Eri uo1t Wells lJirthLlyIProf J W Diusmoro returned from Chicago Friday Ho baa lJetluI In Frankfort this week Speed Clark loft for Hamilton 0IThumdar and Italph Correll let for Pleasant Plains III loudayI Tho Misses hulls entotained friends Saturday evening at the res deiico ol Prof and Mrs Dodge Tho Spring Term of tho public schools is in sus lon Mss Nnnoy 1u dor of lliuhmond is iu charge Miss Flora Edwanlx after n short visit to Mrs K P Fairchdd left for her twine at Milford 0 Monday Mrs WO Frost who has beet confined to tho homo through la grippo for a few days is out again Mr and Mrs Josiah Bnrdetto en tertained a party of Phi D lta boy end their lady Friday evening Hugh Logan who is very low with consumption was baptized nt his owe by Ilov J Der thick Mr and Mrs floury Duncan of Lancaster alent Sunday with Mr mud Mrs A J Crawford Mrs Dun cans parents Tho members of tho Congregation- Church of Berea enjoyed n last SotunIYevenhuc at tho homo of Mr and MM E P Mrs Wm McGuire nre Helen Mahnffey anti brotlleriu law Chas McGuire of Travelers Rust Ky are visiting Martin Mahaffey who is quite Mrs J Hammond Tice nee Mortis Willllle a rorlllor student at llena Friday 1rll Tico will super intend tho Kindergarten this Spring Term Prof Jokes Mr Ned Fairchild and Miss Van Home who accompanied Dr Oro T Fairchild to Columbus O Sunday returned Monday und ro port that tho Doctor bore the trip very Misses Graco and They Stokes Miller and Herman gave a very charm- Ing 8uduulquo party to their futli at the Motel Monday oven ing Ech guest represented sonic musical person of note Persons who hnvo chlldron from 1 10 0 years of age whom thoy would liko to to the FreeKindergarten for tho Spring Term should call on Mrs J H Tice at the Hobo House Saturday from 2 to 4 p m J D Clarkstou a former student at now a prosperous merchant of Sidell returning Lonsvillo where ho had boon to purchase goods called on us lust Thursday nnd loft his subscription to the CrrizEN D L Pierson and wife of Brook lyn N Y who are making n tour of Southern schools spoilt two days ill BerlB last week Mr Pilrson is rau R sing Editor of the Missionary nu view of time World of which hm lath er Rev AT Pierson DD is Editor Mrs L V Dodge has In circulation 8 petition from the Sabbath Observ nnco Department of tho W O T U for signatures asking that the Pan American to bo held at Buffalo N YIH forbidden to open SundaY8IDr Geo T who has been sick r0 long bas gusto to Jolum 0 for trelttillont lie was V accompanied by his sun Mr Neil Fairchild rof Jones and Miss Van Horne Director of the Hospital Mr Ned Fairchild will return to stay with Ibis mother during the absence of the Doctor Madison County Prof J W Jr of Let ngton will succeed Miss Lloyd re as principal of Madison In Rosa White one of the oldest and brat known colored women of Rich mond died Sunday She was indus and respected The John Agee land 64 acres on Silver Creek sold last week for bill 63 and the Gentry Green farm on Muddy Crook of 44J acres sold at same time for J800 Postmaster Wallace of Richmond whoso term of office expires in two years is working for a second four years term T C Adams of the Pan Uigroph will be in the race Fred Griffin of Somerset was tall on into custody at Whites Station lust Friday because of insanity His father carne for him on Saturday and took him homo The committee to redistrict Madi ou OUllt were sworn in by Judge ISlliomiluesdapaud will take imme diate action in the matter Richmond in to have a fair but the dates havo not as yet been selected Tho Pantagraph is informed of another progressive soon to be tak in the interest of our enterprising neighbor BIta Citizens of that placo have petitioned the L N to put on a morning and evening train und tho request has been granted According to late the regular train from Cincinnati reaching Rich mood lit 720 pm will on to Be platihing to connect here with the 620 hound for Cincinnati Already work has commenced on the table mud this part we are informed is be ing pushed by citizens of Borea We congratulate our neighbor ThiAI service will prove convenient for resi ajhegraph Wanted Men and Teams to Work on the New Park At last tho Berea students are to have an Athletic Park worthy tin name It is to be for their perpetual ItO The College has turned over to thin student tho field andwood lot jtnorth of the tabernacle This la the best possible location in that it is tho nearest one to Howard Hall It ii last a step down hill to the field It U proposed to clear off enough timber to givo space not only for a diamond anela gridiron but also for a quarter milo bcyclo track The clearing is woll under way now A great deal of money can and in time will be spent on this park U costs money or labor which is the same thing to grub out by the roots the great oaks to ditch and gradoio large a field Tile drake will be put in at such intervals that this lowlying laud will be as dry as a pike the blue grass and the grand stand will come bye and bye but tbo diamond will be ready when tho season opens for spring practice There is a great deal of grading to be lone A large number of teams can lo used to tho best advantage during this fine weather Already over 100 cash it in sight but this must go for the purchase of tile All citizens and friends of the students who can not givo money aro requested to give labor and use of teams This is a public improvement The prospects- or a good ball loam are very bright very ono who donates money or la or or teamwork will enjoy the sport this spring as never before Great enthusiasm prevails The ladle have subscribed most generously Those who will help should see Prof Jones or Captains Murphy Humphrey or Tosh Death of an Alumnus News line just come of the death of ono of the Allumni of Berea College Miss Florida V Flagg graduated from tho Scientific department of the college in the class of 1882 Since that time she has largely been en tgaguwill remember her with pleasure and will bo grieved to hear of her death which took placo at Friars Point Miss during tho last week in Febru ryFarm far SALE Four miles south of Boron 251 acres of good farm land 12 acres of it in cultiva lion It has house stables crib and good wellnear the house also an or chard of 25 fruit trees For particulars address Harvey Knuckles Conway Ky 1 iI i Lawlessness Judge Brewer makes the following comments in an address in the mid die of February at Yale College up on the revolutionary measures of Mrs Nation Mrs Carrie Nation hopes to be tho successor of John Brown Spasmod ic virtue is the poorest that any one can have It is next door to lute tional vice It may be that for a time the violation of the prohibition law will bo stopped but ultimately we fear that the officers who have been delinquent will becomo indiffer ent again and that the community will also become lax in sentiment Ten years from now we fear that con ditouB will become worse than thoy have been Would it not be well if this chief guardian of American law would speak out against the atrocious law lessness which this brave woman is seeking to combats A truer express ion against lawlessness is found in the ringing words of Dr C A Vii cent see Providence in America page 141 Democracys King is lawtiwill of the people It may endure all other evils and still live so long as its King is supported It is already deadwhen its King has no authority Drunkenness and immorality another evils are destructive enemies ol a nation but lawlessness is a nations Satan Lawlessness in its lust analy sis is treason At one time it fires upon Fort Sumter at another it defies the law of the laud Each saloon keeper or other evil disposed person who persistently disobeys good laws is a traitor Such a rebellion must be put down or destruction awaits the nation Anything is butter than indifference Oliio Eudeuvorer Phi Dlta Supper The victory of Phi Delta literary society over Alpha Zeta in the public debate on Wushiugtoub birthday was celebrated by the former on the evedug of March 1 Phi Delta Hull was tastefully decorated tho society members were out iu force a number of former members and other friends were present and an abundant sup per was prepared The tables wore arranged in the form of an orients tricliniumThe festivities over the President J C Chapin gracefully introduced the several speakers of the evening The recent discussion gave Ii tinge to some of the addresses but there was an apparent friendliness and cordiality towards the friends iu the other society Messrs A W Ti tus E S Fee C F Hanson R B Doe M L Spink and E W Todd represented the former members kissers Chapin J M Racer E R Embree and Battle spoke for tho present members Profs Dodge Marsh and Jones responded all facul ty guests Dr E B McCoy and Mr r A Robinson spoke as The latter turned over to the President the promised souvenir medal of coin silver to be worn by himself and sue cessors in commemoration of the vie tory Congratulatory letters from old members were omitted because of the lateness of the hour There was a sponUneousness of wit and sentiment making the occasion one long to be remembered S Executors Notice AH persons knowing themselves in debted to the estate of Rev J G Fee deceased are notified to make settlement on or before Match SO 1901 with the undersigned and all persons haying claims against said state are required to present same for adjustment on or before March 30 1901 to Josun BnuDiTTB Agt for E S FEE Executor Extracts from Town Ordinances STOCK AKT 7 Amendment to Mellon 7 approred Apr 18 1900 No keeper of any bone hog or roat kin i tball Car or permit the eamo to run at Urge on the public uteeti or alley of Berea and any such owner or keeper of luch beat who shall luflcr or permit the tame to run at large ai aforeuld shall be find not leu than two nor more then ten dollars for tech offenie Sec a Each dy that ald anlmah are allowed to run at large alter the owner or keeper ti not fled shall constitute a separate oflente SEe 9 It IhrJl be the dUly of the Marshal to repo t Immediately to the iollce Judge the own er or keeper II anown of any hog horse or goat kind tound running at large within the corporate llmluol the town of Berca and the Judge Abel proceed agalnat aald owner or keeper according lolbaboTUw eevUs iae AtandedApd1119o0 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests or THE HOME FARM SCHOOL SO CENTS A YEAR 1apor Britain Negro friends arrived citizens SZ1 z7z7 f2Q ICHANGE OF FIRM IHaving succeeded theold firm of COVINOTOX MUCH i ELL we take pleasure in stating that of uhf tie now firm will eiert all of its ability in trying to Lane 0 wvSTOCKin this cilyIM Is to give good merchandise at a reanonable price mid wo vvot shall endeavor to have what evervono wants in tin Cloth line Wo will SAVE YOU MONEY in ver thing in IinK way of Sutn Overcoats Extra Pants Unit MHH Goods and Mens Shoos With ronewwl vigor past experience WA hope to servo you bettor than ever i 1seasonJlerehtultTailoringmay want I COVINGTON BAN- KSRlolirciond Kv r2 t2q- d MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at popular prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workp U1dD3 Dp3t st JuCOl E Be McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I 000 Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best lluiau ut the low out pricew- ANTEDcapable reliable person In every county tu represent Urge company or solid fiuau cUl rvpuutluii ulary per year payable weekly t per day absolutely sure mid Ul11I net straight bouattde definite salary no com mlwloii alary paid each Saturday and expense mnntr advanced each week 8TANUAJU 110U8E SJa UBAUUKM ST CUIUAOO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DEMONS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrnnetrnrtlng cvltrlrn middBcrlMloTi m itcklr urortnln our o uiiuii free whether an mention Uprnlmblr pmenUthle rimtmtinlrn- loniitrlcllrttmtvientlul landtgnp on Patents nut tree Ihlcn nr for mumiir naivnti 1nlpnti taken through Jluim I 10 recclr- prcialnotlet without clxrre lutko Scientific flmericait rmtiilMimelr Illnntratrd wklr largest dr illation nf anrrientine Journal Terms It a eir fmir months IL Sola byall ntwtdulara forkBranch WEST 1MAIN DO YOU SEE CLEAR IFJSTOT c Iix L i T A ROBINSON oJI Jeweler and Optician Main Strut Bcrt Ky IVillacieutifieallyexamine your nyu FBKE RUt thou lor a reusuimLMocliar j Will lit you WltU spectacle teat will tumble you to sue clearly Kouiutou send fiuo Jewell y aunt Muu Novullioi liobiusou nets your tune euriet t ilK your cripfltxt ciocK or wutcu w mm Attention Kentucky Teachers The Fountain 1uu m IIc tea city for every teacher wuo wishes to nave the The Wet puu wade in the Parker olutless Fountain Pen It poaitivuly haa NO tQUAL You can order it by wail trom College Book Store Every pen WARRANTKU anti can i either be excUiiu ovl or luoutty rlWritfor Uoass dui jtmurir promptly JiItIlI Ad irui Perry F Shrock t uraa Ky JuneY9lse1 J C MORJAM DantgL far 13 fOfl3i tfuur J to 111 i1 1103 P Jl 11i3Riua Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades Tvlrrr1 IAend u it2 oentiUmp and we will mall you a knife the earl dse ol till inoiun II hlllIIIlI- od roUlU geue nillr at nitt out tu get you to try tile u we Mill yoi oiu tr It tlo ur Yt 2cent olaUII vii ulli wkiil mlril BIIKAKH Wr will 7ttllrhlor i et or nlot- olllllll IWe hue oil parr- Ilhntrat Catalogue we will mull you true U you uk for IL AilJrww 4VIIBII II OltiLSM ltu to AdamiSt Tole lo Ohio anti mention the Cit- izenCLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsCLEANING UP SALE will continue until March Ktlli OUR this Salt all L idles and Childrens Hairy ales and all Mens and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Bootees high Cut Shoos Foil Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Mu and Boys nil Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thin lu Wintur UumH will be sold at Special Cut PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Uo nis Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will be our pleasure to show you our goods aud give you prices We will Save You LonevThanking you for past patrom j anti ajlicitia your future titui U WE ARE UESPECTFOLLTI Dau las Bros INI STREET Richmond Kv STREET NEWS CONDENSED Intereetln IntrlllKrnce Gathered by Wife grant All Purl of Both Hemlipher 1111N OA Y Three people were killed In n storm nTIYHrcst Cit- ygotltiehnrd Ark U Paddock of the 6th cavalry died at TIenTslu China frjm pneumonia Li hung Chang is again seriously ill anti his physician says his life hangs by n thread Ofllrlnl report slows a total of 22 deaths and 102 cases of bubonic plague ut Cape Town The condition of KxPresldent tine rlsonl1I serious The upper part of his left lung is consented The treasury department Is satis fled that bubonic plague exists to nn alarming extent in San Francisco Col Ledeburs column stormed a gate of the Grand Wall 80 miles west of PaoTIngFu capturing four guns The squadron of the 5th cavalry stationed ut Fort Myer Vu left for Sun Francisco en route to the Phil ippinesKverythlng In the path of a torna do nt Pine Prairie Ark wits de stroyeil At Conway J5 houses were unroofed and three others blown downA bloody rain fell at Ialeruu the sky being a deep red At Home the sky wus yellow The phenomenon in attributed to dust from the African deserts mplIllIlls rrom Lan Chaii nsscrt that lien Tung Ku 1Jsiati vylth 20 000 nirii unit Prince Tunn with 10000 men are ut NingHsujircpared to re sist arrest Right were killed and sev eral fatally injured during a tornado at WIllV Point Tex A number of small houses were wrecked and five persons badly hurt nt ew Boston Geu Ue Wet escaped northward by a forced march with 400 men Ills objective point is Kroonstedt while in Ills own country it will be almost impossible to operate against him The worst storm of the season truck Chicago and during the two hours that it was at its height dam aged property throughout the city to the extent of 173000 Much damage was done In Wisconsin SUDAV- Exprviiident Cleveland narrowly es caged drowning at Hack Hay Vu whtle duck hunting Tho state department denies that a secret alliance now exists between the ynifed States and Great Britain ht egnrd to Jtussla occupation of Manchuria James Perry Wood of Athens 0 was nominated by President McKinley to be a member of the Spanish Claim Commission and the senate promptly confirmed the nomination- It is settled that President McKinley and his cabinet except Secretary Griggs will take a trip to San Fran cisco Siem Portland Ore and Seat tie and other Puget Sound cities in MayThe Boers lost nearly 40 killed in an engagement with nn armored train near Ilooenoogte They mistook the tran for 1r lpude with hqrse gad allowed ft to come within range whereupop fire was opened from the train It appears after all that Gunner UlCharlesJprgnn is ineligible for pro motion to the grade of ensign in the nary Time of the uppropria Ion bill providing for the promotion- ofwnrrantotllcersproyldes that MilC- halJpprHtnents shall date from July 30 and by that time next summer Gunner Morgan will leave passed the spe fled age limit of 35 years pAT IDAY ExPresident Harrisons condition Is worse He is threatened with s pneu monia A squad of insurgents were cap tured in Cavite province 12 miles south of Manila A bill was introduced in the Minne sots legislature legalizing prize fighting in the state Willie Payne Nathan Simpson and Stalley Gordon colored murderers were hanged at Opeelousa La Pennsylvania house adopted a reso lution favoring the election of Unl ted States senators by the people By order of the president the ex port tluty on Cuban tobacco cigars AprililIn a fight between Negroes and cowboys near Dunnellon Flu three of the former and two of the latter were killed Senators Carter fhurston 1lndsn and Jjprge WMcBrlde haye teen appointed on IhV St Jollisexpositlon commlsMion Maurice Lyons ffqulensland will present King is be Meyed to be the finest and largest opal in time world It weighs MO carats and is valued upwards of J50000 The United States has joined Eng l land In forcing Kussia to abandon Manchuria andvnr may result They hope to get the support of the other powers Germanys attitude Is in doubt France likely take sides with Russia The Chinese government luau appealed to the powers FRIDAY f i xPre8J4entvJIarrison is seriously HI the grip at his home in In dtanupolls Ex Congressman Ohns F Sprague of Massachusetts a multimillionaire has b taken to un insane 0s lum- Senatir m H Fryeof Alaint was unanimously reelected president pn tcii the Lalttd BUtw aealltla- h Ambassador Charlemange TowerIwill be transferred from St burg to the United States ParisA of the third Asiatic en countered 400 regular Ii hmese troops The latter were sen tiered aid 10 killed The grand jury of Anderson coun ty South Carolina declares that a practical enslavement of Negroes has been conducted in that county The state department has sent a note to the Danish government 10 the effect that It will not permit any transfer of the Danish West ladies to may foreign power- A warrant has been issued III favor of Ailm Dewey for 95711 on ac count of prize money due him for the destruction of the Spanish fleet In Manila harbor May IStS The missile thrown at Emperor William while in a carriage In lire men caused a wound on the Kaisers cheek an lint mind a half long luau emperor is confined to ills room Among a pile of waste paper in n Kalumnzoo Mich paper mill was found an autograph letter of George Washington Dated 1770 Tho wante paper came from Philadelphia The agricultural department for some time has been experimenting with wireless telegraphy Some re markable results have been obtained It has evolved a system radically different fruit Marconis- TlltltMIAY Secretary Hay signed his own com mission as secretary of state An advance of 2 ton In the prlco of steel will be made In u few days It Is generally believed that the Cuban constitutional convention will reject the Platt amendment The death sentence of J L Dins more for the murder of his wife and Fred Lane nt Odessa Neb has been lIm Ill Will Davis alias Williams who was charged with outraging Mrs Attn way at Blanchard La was stint to death by a mob At Nashville Tenn Tex Itnseoe prominent in business circles shot and killed his brother Lou in n Ills agreement over business affairs Special Commissioner Kockhill tins been Instructed to purchase a suit able tract of land nt Peking for the United States legation building Grim Nathaniel Greenes remains which rare been found in the ceme tery at Savannah were placed In a hermetically sealed box to await final disposition The fluke of Manchester on his ar rival at Liverpool was served with a writ In a suit for damages for breach of promise brought by Miss Portia Knight an English girl Lord Kitchener Sir Alfred Mummer and Commandant General Botha mire negotiating for the surrender of thu latters force of liners Gras De Wet and Dehirey will probably have to bo dealt with Individually THE BUBONIC PLAGUE The omrlal union thawi a Tumi ol 22 Deaths and IOU Cilru tit Cape TOITII Cape Town March 11Time oflielal report regarding the bubonic plague in Cape Town since the outbreak shows a total of 22 deaths and 102 casesThe Malays gathered Sunday to op pose the removal of a Malay who hnd been attacked by the disease and of several persons who tail cone in con tact with the victim The police were overpowered and the persons who had come Into contact with time Malay made their escape In the event of a repetition of this experience it wfll be necessary to employ nn armed force so that trouble Is anticipated MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 9 CATTLECommon 2 75 3 05 Extra butchers 4 35 g 4 75 CALVES Extra fti 0 75 HOGS Select shippers 5 75 I 5 60 Mixed packers 00 5 70 SHEEP Extra 4 10 II 4 LAMBSExtra 550 FLOimSpring pat 3 60 4 lViiiATNo Z red COKN No S mixed I 41J OATS No 2 mixed I 2- 7ItVENo 2 J5- i11V1hoiee timothy OrH 7i UIIKFnmils 117 LAHDSteam 61 7 liS- BUTTEir Ch dairyrC 14 Choice creamery W SltAPPLES Ch to faney 3 50rC 3 75 POTATOES Per hrl I 155 TOHACCO New 0 00 G1I 55 Old 870 i12 00 ClllCDKO- FLOUU Win patent J 60 ta 3 80 WHEATNO a mi 74c ifiYa Xo 3 red 00rm 7- 1COfXNo2 39 C- IOATSo SttYa 2 25 4Oi UYE 51i My- POKK Mess 14 75r1I4 LAKD Steum 7 524J 7 55 Nov or- IjlOUItWluplICllt 3 05 4 00 II u 803- gCOIINNo 2 mixed Qv 48y4 OATS No 2 mixed J Uy 11YE S POHK Family 15 50 LAND Steam fij 7 90 llnlllmore WHEAT No 2 red 77 iis Southern 72 7fij- COKN o2 mixed 44 Vi 4- 4OATSNo 2 inlxi w 30 CATTLE Butchers 4 75r 5 00 HOGS Western 6 10 n 0 15 lonUvl le- iLOUIt Win patent 4 2S 4 7- 0IV1lE1TNo 2 red M 77 CORNMixed new d f3y OATS Mixed o 23 POKK Mess e5l2 IARD Steam et 7 ny liiillaimpoll lVliEA1No 2 red tv 75yr 31yOAT BOARDED WITH IDOL Three Mili rrrckril Mnllori Mred- Ulish on the unrrluK l as Knit Inillllli hell Capt Murray a Port Koyal bar pilot who has followed he sun since boyhood and visited nearly every section of the habitable globe Is full of Interesting reminiscences of happenings In distant lands which he participated The old pilot food of rivaling un incident which occurred near Calcutta India The vessel which he commanded a line clipper slip was wrecked in n typhoon In the Ray of Hengal and all hands save lijnifelf and two compniilona who suc ceeded In reaching shore In the ships gig were lost The throe exhausted men Immediate ly sought food and shelter and while thus employed came upon an Immense wooden image which they correctly surmlsrd to be an Indian Idol Night was upon thrill and the tired mien bivouacked near by nail their at ten tion was salami attracted by the appear snce of a score of lowcnstr Hindoos each of whom carried In H hands n savory dish which he puenl before time Inanimate god After each unlive had deposited his offer aq wllh profuse signs amid words they deported and when the hunirry sailors were Ktill tied that tliir strange visitors had retreated tar the night they grerdlly de voured the bounteous repast Intruded for IIi r mini Mnrrny mud hiseompan iniui remained In the nelghborlionil for cavern day t subsisting uliibtly on the offerlnis brought by the Illnilnos as a tribute lo their god and remaining con cealed In time daytime One night ab iut ten days after their shipwreck two natives suddenly surprised the three men while theywere In the very net of making their usual meal and n fight ensued The native proved no match for the resolute and well aruied Americans jinil soon beat an Ignominious retreat leaving time hit ter complete masters of the situation The captain and his companions fear Ing llmt the natives would soon return in force nail massacre thrum made their way lo Oiculta where they secured passage In n homeward bound vessel Some 15 years subsequently Pilot Murray recognized Capt Colof the ship Kirkiim which called here for a cargo one of his od companions In the exciting eneoui4r In far otT India The recognition was mutual and the two mien were delighted to renew their acquaintance after hnlf a generation Columbia 8S2 State CHILDREN IN SPAIN They Art Set Out In the Rlrrrl In llurrr liinUlnit llnikrln teTnke- Cure of rhenrlrr In the Spanish city of Seville there are no kindergartens or other place where the busy mother eau pence her little children to be cured for while she does time housework or helps her hums band in his little shop The baby is left to care for itself and does so very well that In the baby who has not learned to walk yet It U placed In a wickerwoven ar rangement which looks like n basket turned upside flown and U just high TAKING CAltK OK HIMSELF enough the babys feet wiU touch time ground He is then vet out In the street to take care of himself He cannot turn over so he at least remains In on upright position The basket Is very light so he often works tils way up the street and tar away from home He will get Into the middle of the street so that time donkeys who take the places of horses and wagons there must go around him This they always do and it looks queer to see a long line of donkeys going out of their way to go around n baby In the narrow ttreeU of the old Spanish town lie lId Jual Sleipr l Oul The boys who run elevators in ho tels and great ofiicc uulldlngs come into contact with all manner and con ditions of men and even if naturally dull they soon become bright The better a judge of human nature the better the employe is the rule Hero is an Instance of tact that could hard ly be surpassed A lady came bustling along to an elevator just as it was going up and said with charm Ing Innocence want to see n man whose name I do not mow and do not know either what olllce lie Is em ployed In A less experienced eleva tor boy might have laughed outright at this speech but thli one never crocked n smile I am yell acquainted with the gentleman you refer to was his Instant reply and he has just gone out Ihe lady thanked him and walked away seemingly very well satisfied with the information she land received fllrl ni Inlilln Stescnwer- In London there is dlfilculty in get ting enough boys to serve as messengers so the experiment Is being made of employing girls Some of time messenger girls are demure damsels of 17 summers and nre said to be quick er than the boys m delivering mes sages and answering calls It will be interesting to watch the development of the experiment AN EVENING AT CURLANDS 11 Clinic In an Alirniil anal 5rnutlnnnl1- 4mid1 Kit Hi i r PlntU III Nun Curlands hotel had an extra cleaning fwd Is brilliantly lighted fur It In Saturday evening fwd the men from the lumbering camps have re ceived their moiuhs wages Curium himself In high glee and giving comnmnilN to his bartender We will make a fig pull this night Is everything rrudy Whtwl wont the money tluue7 Hut you just keep nil eye on that gang from Mayres They are a desperate set mad It wont answer to let thrum get the start of us Quad evening Tom Brought your violin Youre the man TIll music soon draws a crowd the majority of whom are rough hsokiug turn A few show that they have known better days Apparently the toughest of all are the outs known as MnyreV men Mayre their boss Is one whom femur Tnllor com manding appearance he Is a born leader of men mead those from his ramp have Imbued that wild reckless spirit which dominate their mat ter tI3txclnhns one Mnyre youre lucky youre taking all of the money No ne Isnt lie Is dishonest counts from n moan who belongs to an other gang Hod Ktlll Harold Sard what art you doing Drinks mire hail Down go the cards There Is quarreling oer curds and pool Whoa carts Curia ml He reaping a linrust- A storm has arisen und It Is nearly II SI UN WILL YOU 11AVK A STOIlVr1 nine before the stage arrives ruin tin lirnreht station Passenger tonight shouts time obliging stage driver Curlnnd re marliable for his graciousness wel comes the newcomer An old feeble man Is he with a staring wandering look Appears a little out remarks the stage driver on entering Wondei what he Is doing up here The od nun tits by the stove and with n forlorn despondent gaze till eyes keep roaming about front one to another Mister have a drink The offer though frequently given Is refused Somehow this doesnt please Cur loud He In not In the habit of hav ing anyone abut who flora not drink From the stage driver he has learned that the old man seems to have plenty of money mind he Is determined to some of it When drinks lire again put up he Insists that the straw ger stall tunic a treat Slowly the old man walks toward till bar Men will you late a story Lays he Yes yes story cones from the excited crowd He Is crazyj Crazy as n loon book at his eyes are time various remarks Vlthoutstrotched hand the stranger leans forward and gazes nt the crowd Instantly they are silenced at the strange scene and the stranger tale Yiars ago says he was wealthy man of Influence in a far away state A wife nerd son romtoc my family We were proud of tune boy who was exceedingly bright and nt the 1lme of the opening of my story was preparing for college That year was elected mayor of lie town which haul been called a temperance town lint when the vote was taken ns to whether we should have saloons or not I wanted to be popular so broke the tie and the saloons were opened Six months Inlr decks were pt senteil for pay input forgeii by my tin when irambllng under tilt Influ ears of liquor Angry must excited drove him from our hone Weary with sorrow the mother lUiil milv a few years and died moaning rill her boy Since then liner traveled from state lo state starching for my son With eager excited touts tin old man again breaks the silence Have you seen him Do you know Casper Mayre Father father The hushed group are startled The old man U grasped by strong arms for the son Is found Dont you know me father am your son No no said the old tuna nay Lot is young You are not my son Hoys he Is my father hut he is Crazy and wade him so Who will help me take him to the camp No Curlnnd No moro liquor tonight I hir hind nil ever Intend to lave Vlth sobered speech the men follow till father and son an they pass out into the night Till tparklc of the wlue in the glass the clink of the roln on the card table huts most Us fascination for the time One by one they separate Some to go home to loved ones still watching and praying for the prodigal son others to wander up and down the quiet streets think ing as they hue not for ninny a day of the old folks far away In summit country home or perhaps even farther away In the heavenly hone The lights are out In the lintel Curlandk tame will decrease for CUll per Mayres Influence will be used In n better w wnAIIII Irene Nichols in Union Signal FABRICATED WINES London Mall Declare Tlmt Never llrfiirr tererhry So Nuoeeruua or VlllMlnniii The London Mnll says Today Is thu dayof the wine fakir Never be fore In the history of the trade linu his devices been so numerous and his concoctions so villainous Never before too unit his protlts been more satisfactory So lung as there In nI demand for fullblooded Burgundies mud clarets nt saysix shillings n dozen that demand will U supplied There Is u vast difference between fabricated fwd adultcratttl wine The latter Is generally pretty rosy to deal with Fabrieateil wine Is far more dllllcult of dlhIIIIIIIHere wo have u concoction of a more or less chemical nature which Is designed with the express Idea of closely Imitating the genuine wine both III color bouqiiPt and taste One favorite fabrication conslstM of Oil per rent of water 5V4 per rent of alcohol ami 44 purer cent of tannin The two latter ingredients are oh tallied from the cheapest form of Ins ported raisins Very frequently thexe rnlNtns con sist of squeezed grape husks which hun already done genuine service in some French wine press They cost next to nothing to Import mire re fermented lucre In England and their juice Is eked out with the meld of tartnrle acid and molasses Conse quently tic maker U cnahlrd lo sell hula concoction nt the ridiculously low prier of about one shilling two pence per gallon maul nt the same tine to make nn excellent prollt upon time transaction Much of this beverage first sees the light III or near Lour don The retailer sells it again nt about two shillings nixHiioe per gallon or If bottled mind beautifully sealed and cobweblicd ut tic connldernbly enhanced price of say sixpence Irpint bottle Our famous six shilling claretA particularly pungent revelation of the beauties of certain British light wines was afforded the fond preservatives noinmlltce by Prof W IL Morfleld This scituut who consulting sanitary adviser to her majestyii olllct of works stated that he commonly found salicylic acid In these vintages Salicylic ncld added he for the leneU of Ills iioii elenllflo hearers was n slightly acrid Irrltnt lug sulmtnnce which wan much In de mand among the nllllcted x ople its n corn solvent A fabricated sherry which can In sold nt a good profit for one shilling n bottle in prepared from elder and more obnoxious things Chnmpairne which Is also better left untouched Is prepared by the wily fabricator TEMPERANCE ITEMS Whoso would be a twin mutt steer clear of the dramihop National Ad vacate Motto for a temperance society Jinn upside down with cnrlCIJI sago News The Swift Packing company trait suc ceeded In driving slot machine from all places In the vicinity of their plant nt St Joseph Mo ILInotn tins more distilleries linn any other slate III the union It pays one fourth nf the total Interim revenue collected In thr United States on tin manufacture of liquors At Its very best the arty Is tint the Jklndof n training nchonl mother would choose for her tiny hut with nluv lltlon of the army saloon ninny nf lit worst dangers are removed Union Signal Drunkenness is sold to be on thr crease III the IIor Mexico where al mot every grocery store nowudny hna uhlir ns nn annex anal where liquors are sold to minors without let or hind rance glost of the Intoxicant sold In the grocery store are adulterated with Injurious Ingredient Itrfiirm nl Hnlum J The city council in Habway N J re neatly increased the COlt of a druggists liquor llcente from 25 to 250 the same amount that taioons pay on proof be ing furnished lo them that the druggists were In many eases doing a regu lar retail liquor hiiKlnrts mi u inraturr of reprisal the druggists demanded the strict enforcement of the low prohibiting the sale of liquor on Sunday Themayor espoused thrlrcnusr stud as a rrult Kahway except for time drug storesWas made dryan Sundays Mldas Criterion Miillriiltil Wine A pri- mLiverpooi sec udlon lias been Instituted nt against llrltluli whet which contain too highs a percentage of mil cyllc acid It Is stated that a firm which a large stock of a pre served wine on having It condemned In court simply altered the labels and told the lot as a patent medicated wine being legally entitled to do to as the drug was present to an extent well above the lowest limit nlowed for the so called medicated wines lliUiir In liliinil loaaelunl- luere were 50 times as in tied liquor exported to Porto Klco In 1890 tu In 58 times ns much to the Philippine Islands ami 1000 times as much as the average to the Phllppinrs for the last Un years Ualou a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Settee fur March IT IBIIIJesw- and IlUlr Prepared by II C lo1nlnlton1 THU LESSON TEXT i Luke nUW 13 And Illnle when he had called to gether the chief prints and the rulers end the people II Said unto them Ye have brouKhl thll man unto me ui one that pcrvcrteth the I111mmoo touching those things whereof ye us lust Mina 15 No nor yet Herod for sent you to him and lo nothing worthy of death Is done unto Him If will therefore chastise Him and re lesie Jinn IT Fur of necessity he must release one unto them at Ihe feast IS And they cried out all at once saying Away with this man and release unto uc liarabbai Who for a certain sedition made In the ctty and for murder was cast Into prison 3 IMIate therefore willing 10 release Jriui spoke again to them Hut they cried sayings Crucify Him crucify Him 22 And he said unto them tho third time Why what evil hath He done I hays found no cause of death In Him I will therefore chastise Him and lt luau go Q And they were Instant with loud voices requiring that He might be cruel fled And the voices of tliem and of the chief priests prevailed iOIIi TUXTI rind no fault In IkU mnnluk itttil NOTES AND COMMENTS The Scripture to be studied Includes the story of Judas Inglorious end In Matthew 27110 It U said that when Judas saw tint Jesus was condemned to death us the result of his treachery he repented himself There Is re pentance and repentance There is a repentance that Is only the Inevitable rrmome that follows every unholy deed In thin sense there never was a sinner who did not repent that Is felt remorse for the wrong he had done True repentance the repentance which John time BnptUt and Jrkus Himself came preaching was n very different affair This sine sorrow for sin coupled with a determination to henceforth do right To be sorry one has been wrong and thou continue In thin wrong this la a travesty on the noblest Impulse ever felt In human heart Ju dna repentance wn remorse und ll led him to a coward drath suicide lit went and hanged hllnsrlf and his body was given a paupers burial cast Into the potters field And the place was known from that time forward as the place of blood a fitting memorial of time life of dishonor he had Ihed and the deed of monumental treachery he had committed Kven this Judas had a glimmering of Divine truth and he added hla testimony Hl hive sinned In that I have betrayed time Innocent pnrallel accounts of the lesson proper lire found In the four Gospels as follows ti Matthew 171111 Mark IJilJO Luke 3t6John lfrs lllJesus Before Pilate The Jewish council had declared Jems guilty of blasphemy mind had voted the sentence of death lint the Jews were not al lowed to put any twin lo death The prerogative of pnsilng the sentence of death lad been reserved by time Romans to their own authorities For this reason Jrniia was taken before Pilate lJuteblasphemy was no crime against the Roman law Another charge had to be trumped up It was the charge of sedi ion Jesus had declared Himself to be a king John tells us that Pilate quit Honed Jesus on thug point and Jesus admitted He was a king but he added Ills kingdom was not of this world It was the kingdom of truth He came to establish Pilate found no fault In lira This was a public acquittal of Jesus Jesus Sent lollrodAt this the Jews became even more furlouit than they had been and reiterated their Ihultnteding that Jests was a Oalllrnn Pilate thought he saw his way out lie would send Jesus before Herod In whose jurisdiction was tie district of Jollier Herod also had lilt palace In Jerusalem To this palace Jrsus was taken Herod S was glad to see Jesus because he had long heard of Him as a wonderful mir ache worker He hoped to see some great miracle performed hut Jesus was silent Herod was baffled and the wicked king made sport of the event by arraying the peasant of Nazareth who hnd declared Himself to be n kink Inn kingly purple robe and mocked him und sent Him again to Pilate The Jews Demand Barnbbas Pilate made one more attempt to release v Jesus On the fens daytime had made It a custom to release one prisoner So Pilate appealed to the populace but the people prompted by Jesus accusers demanded not the innocent Jens but demanded Bnrabbas one who had been really guilty of sedition the crime they now charged against Jesus Pilate allowed himself against better In stinct to be prevailed upon by the cries of the crowds and the demands of the rulers Pilate passed the sentence of death and then delivered Jesus over to the soldiers for the scourging usually given before a crucifixion The soldiers added their mockeries to the scene They put on Him a gay robe n crown of thorns on Ills head and a rod for atscepter In Ills hand In every way they t insulted the Klngof the Jews Grapes from Canaan Souls are not saved by slovenly serve IceThe prilns of colic are not to be confounded with penitence for apple coonlng lIe who seeks fellowship with the world In In no condition to trust God Saints who carve far themselves nre sure to cut their fingers A Christian is like a bicycle which Lust be kept going to be kept stand lug There 1s much difference between Ute tally cards of earth and those ot zeavellrlam Sofia f yi JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Vinhrops Great Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CIIArrai XVII Continued In till night nn hour or more off rr you loft wim walnut up by two men creeping Into thr wagon They hlwpcrcil they would shoat If I breathed They passed behind thu curtain My daughter hull mini on the flour tired out pour child wlI out iindrcMdng They threw n bl0 et over her hind and Milled her Ill lint who could not utter n sound They lied nit and gagged me Then thy drugged her otT God tllrnme gentlemen till suspecting you n Much brutality lay In tin wngon almost strangled to dentin until thu leanintcr came to put to till oxen for our journey Thut Is nil know Tin two gamblers murderers a lout inrnil her nIT wild welIMivo her yet please God O until Slxiim cf theta devil IIIIH got her IhiilV the end of her I mint gjt no more Interim In h cnne I believe Ill go Ive wasted too much time now from the Ix UldllCHM lie moved to go What nui In do said yl Cllthitroe Forlorn bereaved perplexedoh man Any huh n brute would have hesitated to strike him another blow Slzziliii did nut Indilute You truly go to Ihe devil across lots on that runt pony of yourn with your new friends for nil wire Ive enough of your daughters nlrs ns If She was Ion good to be techod by 0111 of h104lr11 chosen not shell ifH tilt Lords vengeance now hccuu the wouldnt wo what wns her pled nnd privileges Ami youre no bra t gruntblinbody would cum you now with the wrath to conn If such n poor spirited gunny wan wuth cussln- Tht have wretch lashed his horse mil galloped nIT liven hOWII people uf the mal- lparty linikeil and muttered contempt Mr Clllhrroi miiied utterly liinncil iiilde faith Inughtir nil gone What WBK he to do Indeed Never utindlhr Clllheroo llront tenderly hope you have not lOll n daughter know you have gnlnctl u Sonrs two of them Jltrc take HliiimUrlnlnl Urn sir UI t to time Heady b pull my Hiiml Wade nnd are going after the lady Do you bike this gentleman nnd deliver him wife nile SOUnd to Cnptnln lluby nt fort tarnniic Tell Ruby to keep him till we route and treat him nn he would General Scott lrlvt our inulrn nnd the mustangs to Lnminlr and leave thrill there We trust the whole to you There s no time to talk Tell HIP whnt money you want for tint work nnd Ill pity you now In mlvnnrc whatever you isk Ill le switched round creation cf you do Not the first reel You think Inkncc Im n Mormon nil you cull It I hiilnl got no iintrul feellns Why boys Id go with you thyself after the gnl nod let Uncle Snots mnll lie there and wnlt till every letter nn stwerrd It rlfet I hind n kettrypld ttlmt could range with yourn No no Jnlic Khnmberlaln nlnt n hog and his mnll boy ulnt of the Itlrk kind Ill lathe kcer of tin old gentleman and put him through jest 1 If he wax my father and wllthn million slugs lad cf that tint Inlkln fair I ditnno wnnt We both gripped Jake Shatnltcrlalni friendly 1st Mr Clllheroe wcnry with his morn figs rude tnt and sick after Ills bonds of till night anti now crushed In spirit nnd utterly bewildered with tilt sudden changes Will mallet over to MM new protector Tin fiuimclputlng tutee hail found lilni lit WON tree of ids MormonUm Ills delusion hail discarded him A rough bud cruel termination of his hopes How would ho bear this this appointment Would his heart break Would his break his life break 11e could not check ourselves to think of hint Our thoughts wire gal loping furiously on In succor of the daughter fallen on nn evil fate While this hasty talk hnd been go- Ing 011 I had shifted our Middles to PII iups and Fuliino Noble fellows they took In the culm excitement of lily mood They grew eager us n greyhound when ho sets the hart brut cover They divined dint their moment hud cornel Now their forco wax to bo pilled against brutality Nurse uguliiKt brute which would win dared not think of the pur punt of our going Only Begone barons was ringing In my tours and S lignr0 dared nut see was before inv eyes jvus frenzied with excitement but I held niycclf steady as one holds his title when u buck courts leaping out of till forest Into the prairie where rlflo mid mull hate born walling and trembling while the hounds bay en in nearer nearer drew ntnip nail lied knot of our girths and doubled the knot There must bo nn chilling of saddles no dismounting to girth up flint was to be n gal lop knew where n man who fell to tlio rear would be too lute for the tight Brent meantime hail rolled up n little stock of provisions in IllehI iiinnx double blanket We were go hog wi knew not how fur We must be ready for work of many tlIIYa A HOiaent calmness over our prepara tons now might save desolnte defeut or death hereuftor We lunhcd our blankets with their contcutr on firm ly by the buckskin tlioiifr which lire attached to the entitle of n Cnllfor iita snd11lcthe only suiblli for t ul work us we horses mid men hitve Oil till plains llllles said I No Knivcii nnd KbcMhootcrx nre enough sold Brent ns cool us If prnmuntcurry weight or clumpy weapons on this journey Wo mounted and were oil with n cheer from Jake Shiimbcrlaln mid his buys outletkd word upon the truckle prnirle that ghastly figure upon the gaunt white horse wtiH beside efllkrc bound on the sumo arrant he Only the savins yourn md the kllllnM mine Did my hope uwiike now then the lady hUll chosen for my sister was ogrNic I tutu lynx poKidblo Wt could do xomcthlng Gallop gallop that tv could do 1ud speed uwed the ealtllTi onltlfTi are the then who stole the ladyShould duly hmo bullied the ogre the ogre Is Monnoiilmii thin word rl menus wicked giant uucdr1If not saved uvungcd CIII1t XIII A GALIOP OP THIIKI- We were oil we three on our gallop to wive mid to slay PunipH mid Fuluno took fire lit once They were roudy to burst Into their and go olT In n frenzy 1Stendy budycried Brent Now well keep this long envy lope fur nwhlle nod Ill tell you my plan rIhry hnve guar to tho southward IhoMf two men hey could not jfH uwny In any other direction Imv hciird Murker wily he knowM nil Ih country botwcen here and the Ar kuixnw Thank hcuvun im ilo foot by foot1 1rwalled the sound ut galloping hoofs lad henrd in thou night to Ihe southward hoard them thou wild In my wtttch utter Ililntios Inrlut wnx 1rut The wind lulled and thorn ram n ixiund of horns and another Mtund which then thought n fovortd fancy of my own u nruwny kcrruiri of woman 1Rnnl had been quite hnpntwloned In his manner until now He rfKined an spoke of tin Kcrctiin- O Wnde O Ulclmrd lie Mild why did you not know the voice It wm she They have terrible bourn tie start Ilo wax silent n moment looking Kternly forward Then ho begun ngiiln us toe Spoke ills Iron gray edged on with n looicr rein It Is well you heard them i makes their course unnilstuknhtc We know we ore on their truck Seven or eight tall bourn It Is long odds of n start Hut they are not mounted nl wo are mounted They did not ride tit wo shall ride They had n woman to curry and their modes to drive They will fear jute suit nnd push on without stopping hut we shall catch nil wo shall catch thrm before night ho help us GodYou art alining for the mount alim I asked For Iuggernel Alley he raid I remembered how In our very first Interview u thousand mile away nt the Ftilnno mine ho had spoken of ibis spot All the comerwitloii then nil the talk about my horse came buck to me like n Delphic prophecy suddenly fulfilled I made a good omen of tlds remembrance For Luggcrnel Alley Kald Brent Do you recollect my pointing out notch In the Stern ycsterulnywhen I tinld I would like lcr spend n honey tenon there It could find n woman brave enough for thta plains lift Ilo grew very white he upoke and again Pumps led nIT by n neck wo ranging up limtunlly They will make for tin luggernel Springs The 1IJ1M the only gate through the mountains towards the Arkuusnw If they can get by there they ore safe They can strike off New Mexico way or keep on to the States out of the line of emigration or liny Mormon pursuit The Springs url the only water to be hail nt this season without digging unywhere In that quarter They must go there We are no farther from the spot tliiin we were nt Btldgor We hove hero traveling along the base of the triangle We hart only lust time And now that we are fairly under wiiy think that wo night tthakc out another reef A little luster friends n little taster yeti It wiis n vast desert level where we were rltllnp Here nnd then u scanty tuft of grass appeared to prove that Nature hnd tried her benign experi ment and wuftcd seeds hither to let the seem be vertluut if it would Nnliiro hail fulled The hind refused any mantle over UK brown desola 1gnexusdown as the most thoroughly laid pike Behind wens the rolling region where the Grcnt Trail pusses before and fur away the faint blue of the Sierra Not n bird swig in the hot noon nut n cricket chirped Xo IOIIIM execpt the bout of our horses hoofs on tit pavement Wo rode side by side taking our strides to gether It was a waiting race The horse traveled easily They learned t as a horse with u self possosacd rider will thut they were nut to Mast strength In rushes Spend but wuste nutnut a stop not a breath III that gallop for life This nitist be our motto We throe rode abreast over the sere brown plain on our gallop to save mid to slay lIrlih how terribly dim and dl- IIIIIIIWIlII tint Sierra n slowly lit t in cloud Slowly slowly they lift cd those gracious heights while wo sped ner the hnrh levels of the desert llarbh levels abandoned or unrislbd by verdancy hut bettor so there wax no long herbage to check our great pace over the smooth rater coinHe no thickets here to bailie us 110 forests to mislead Wo gullupeil abreast Armstrong uL the right Ills weird gaunt white held his own with the best of No u Imip no spur fur that deathly creature Ho went its If his maulers purpose wits Htlrring him through and through That stern Intent inuile his slnowM steel nnd put an agony of power Into every utricle Ihe man nrver stirred sore some times to put a bund to that bloody blanket hundago uerosx his head and temple Ilo bad told MM story lit hud spoken Ids errand lie breathed not n word but with his lenn pallid faire set hard Pus gentle blur eyes scourged of their kindliness 1II1l1lxI xl upon those distant mountains vliore his tcngcunco lay he rode on like it relentless fate Next In line galloped O my rlorloiiH bluekl The grout killing purr seemed moor playful canter to iilmMiieh us might ride beside a timid girl thrilling with her first free dah over u flowery common or u golden bench between sea nnd shore Hut from tune to titer ho iirucil a lltli forward with lilt great thiiildrrti and gore a mightyu ritli if his balywhite his hind legs came lifting hit hanks under me will tell lug of the glunt reserve of speed and power he kept rosily controlled Thou IH ear would go hUlk fwd his purpleelilYhhlltKuylng well us words could bare mild It this In niece sport my friend matter You do not know mo have stall in me that you do not dreitm Fray the word mid out double this treble It Say tin wonll let me show Lou I coo spurn thu earth Then with Hie lightest love pressure on the sun tile I would Miy Not yet not yet Patience my IlIohe friend Your time will come lenderIplan he hud the hope his wax till ruling piisHlon stronger limn broth mUI1Iof lint gulloping three Ills ironpray wont grandly with white inane Happing the air like u hopou or fuce inore beautiful than ever ututlthut Plano mil liivenlum nut fa einni Ill find n way or miike It felt my hour grow grout when looked ul hicalm features an taught his assuring smilea gay smile but for the dark fateful re sol e beneath it And when he launched ROIIIO stirring Word of cheer mid shook another ten of second a out of the grays tulle even Arm strong coh11Ichat lid grow Ictw deathly us lie turned to our In silent response Brent looked lit chieftain fur such n wild charge over the desert wuste with his hark skit huntlngtdiirt and Icgglus with flaring fringe his otter cap and eugleV plume bin bronzed face with Its close brown beard his elate Rend mid his rent like a rentnur So we galloped three abreuxt neck and neck hoof with hoof IIIIuII- JIUcklI1 our puce over the srr width of desert We must make the most of the levels Bougher work cruel obstacle were before All the wild triumphant music I hnd ore heard came mid sung in my oars to thu flinging cadence of the resonant feet tramping on hollow arches till volcanic rock over grout vacan chasms underneath Sweet nnd sift around molted the hazy ulr of October and its warm flickering cur renlM shook like a veil of gauzy gold between us will the blue bloom of till mountains fur away but ncnrlng now will lifting step bystep On wo galloped the avenger the friend the lover on our errand to save mid to slay To bo continued An Interesting calculation hits rc cently been mule public through one of the ninny publicntlons of the French academy of sciences 110t- he effect that Inking into consider ation the wear mid tear on the solid land byoceut lashing river erosion and wind and weather to say nothing of probable volcanic action the world will by the end of the year 45 0iiOO be completely wnxhed away nail the ocean will roll over till present foun lotions of our great continent Doubtless the most unique spot in Europe Is the little village of Allen berg where on its border three countries meet Its ruled by no monarch has no soldiers no police and no taxes Its Inhabitants sheik a curious jargon of French and Tier man combined and spend their days In cultivating the 1111or working In the valuable calandne mine uf which the village boasts Two of the most venerable relics of till French lavythe dispatch boats Inconstant nnd Pupln hove Iwcn bought by the republic of Kctiudor mid lire now being patched up to be vnt to their duntiuutloo t CHRISTIAN HEROISM Dr Talmage Praises It and Tell cf Its Great Rewards HIMT the liiril Irian Will Itpinriulirr lit Illtllifill Solillrr iif tlir Cninm Ilirur mill Slnr r uf 4veryduy Life Copyright by Louis Klopsch- In tills dlticounn Dr Tulmuge praises Christian heroism and tells uf great rewards The text Is iiilatlnna vl 17 I hunt In my body the invkd of the Lord Jesus We hunt much shout crownn thrones victories but now tell th more quiet story of scars honorable nnd dluhonorahle There are IIall parts of the world people bonring dishonorable scars They went tub the battle of sin and were worsted and to their dying day they will have a scarification of body or mind or soul It cnnnot be hidden Then rat c tens of thousand of men anti xvoincn now consecrated to God and living holy HVCH who were once corrupt ramIwere than rllbHIII lIce Is emaciation than balm Is vitriol titan noonday S midnight Rut In tnelr depleted phyx lent health or mental twist or style of temptation they are seer and soar reminded of the obnoxious post They have a memory that Is deplor able In some twinge of pain or some tendeney to surrender to the wrong they have an unwholesome remin iscence They curry scars droll scars ignoble scars Hut Paul In my text shows us n scarification which Is a badge of unit orable and selfxacrlllcv service s01et of too much study and In his body Lent nnd worn the signature of scourglngs fwd shipwrecks and r nl treatment by mobs In toy text he shows those scars an he declares I bent In my Lady the mark of the notvscars a soar n healed wound Before the scar Is well deflated upon the flesh the In flammation must have departed and right circulation must have been restored nnd new tissue must intro been formed It is n permanent In dentation of the Yeahn clcntrlx Paul did well to show those soars They were positive nail undlsputable proofs time with nil his body mind nnd soul Ie believed what lie sold They were his diploma showing that he hind graduated from the school of hardship for Christ They were era dentials proving Ills right to lend In the worlds evangelization Veto are not ashamed of scars got in battle for their country No American Is embarrassed when you ask him Vhere did you get that gash across your forehead and he can answer That was from n saber cut nt San Juan When you ask some German Where did you lose lIhnlllldIsay youlose thntIGen Garibaldi Hut I remind you of the fact that there are serve not Jot in war which nre just as Illus trlous We hind In this country years ago nn eminent advocate who was called Into ihe presidential cabinet as attorney general In tnldllfe he engagedtarncyan the tr posHe side of the ease got irritated and angry and inmost brutal manner referred to the disfiguredloco heroIam clos ing argument sad Gentlemen of the jury when I was n little child I theonursery caught fire and I ran to her to put out the fire flJcImyras on the heart of the scoundrelly coun itch who on the other side of the ease Thetcurried nil his life the honorable scar of his sisters rescue Albert Itnrnes the most distinguished of allcoot mentators unless It bo Matthew Henry for years at lour oclock in the morning might have been seen going front his house In Philadelphia to his study in the church wad in those early hours and before breakfast to give all those wonderful com mentaries n theological library In themselves He said that as lIe was pastor he felt bound to give all the rest of each day to work connected with his pastorate Hut nt what n ruinous draft upon heJIKIJht he did that early morning work first by gaslightiVhenfish volumes of Scriptural exposition Albert Barnes was n blind man Scnrs illustrious scars on his extinguished eyesight People think they must look for martyrs on battlefields or go through a history to find burnings at the stake and tortures on racks when there are martyrs nil about us At this time In this capital city there are scores of men Wearing themselves out In the public service In ten years theytwill not have a healthy nerve left In their hOlh com mittee rooms in consutlltlonll that involve the welfare of the nation un rellponsbUtiesIn almost every village of the country you find some broken down state or national otllclnl After exhausting himself in the public service rough American politics kicks him out of congress or cabinet or legislative ball and he goes Into comparative obscurity anti comparative wnnt for h hns been long cnou howny from opporSt to dentil by sword or Instrument of torture was more of a martyr that that mutt who has been wrung t death by the demands of official po sition The scars may not be visible for these lire scars on the brain and scars on the nerve and scars on tile heart but nevertheless are they sears and God counts them and their reward will be abundant In alt lands there lire veterans of war who mny not inure lead their face scraped with one bullet or their toot lamed bysue bursting shell and who could not roll up their sleeve and show you one mark suggestive of weakcnesses got In exposures to disease along malarial swamps or from ninny miles of marching and ever and noon they feel n twinge of polo each recurrence of which is sharper or more lasting until after awhile they will be captured for the tomb by disorders which started 20 or 30 or 40 years before And their scars are all unseen by human eyes Hut those people nre ns certainly the viI tims of war as though they had been blown up In nn undermined fortress or thrust through with n cavalry mans lance What I wool to make out Is that there are scars which nre never counted except ns God counts them nnd I want to enlarge your sympathies There are many who can In the sa sense that Paul uttered it say In tny body the marks of the Lord Je- IUsthal Is for the sake of Christ and Ills cause they entry scars which keep their indenture through all tlm and nil eternity Do you think thnt Paul was accurate when he said that If you have studied his career have no doubt of it In his youth hellarned how to fashion the hair of the Clllclnn goat Into canvas a quiet trade then went to college the president o which wax Gamaliel sat institution which scholars say could pot have been very thorough because of what they call Pauls Imperfect command of Greek syntax But his history becam- exciting on the road to Damascus where he was unhorsed and blinded ills conversion was a convulsion Whether that fall from the horse may have left a mark upon him I know not but the mob soon took after him ant hogged and Imprisoned and maltreated him until he had scars more thane enough to assure the truthfulness of his utterance I bear In my body the marks of the Lord Jesus All of hauls suffering was for Christs sake He had intellectual powers which could have achieved for him all worldly successes You see what he could do in a courtroom when with extemporaneous speech he made the judicial bench tremble when on Mars lull he confounded the Athenian critics v hen he preached amid the ex citement if n tumbling penitentiary when In a storm nt sea he took com mand of the ship the only one on board aol headed With his inspired logic and his courage of utterance nnd his power of Illustration and his capacity to move audiences and his spirit of de fiance there was no height of worldly power he might not have gained What Hannibal was to an army what Draco wu In making lows what Homer was to poetry what Demos thence was In power of persuasion what Socrates was to philosophy what Aeschylus was to the drama that Paul might have been to all centuries God never before and never since made an other human being like him nut with all his capacity and opportunity of achieving worldly renown he turns his back on home and becomes an exile on bounteous tables and eats his hard crust by the roadside on the pleasure yachts that sailed the Mediterranean and embarked on a frelghtboat from Alexandria on scholars In Athens and talks to fishermen Instead of plaudits of aroused had enthusiastic as semblages he addressed audiences that queltlonlof garlands flung at his feet they hurled stones upon his hendTe times he was scourged at each whipping 39 strokes the fortieth stroke spared not from mercy but because 40 strokes were the severest punishment the law allowed and they feared through counting wrong they might make it 41 nnd so themselves be punished Why Paul must have been scarred all over and he only tells the plain truth without any commentary when he de clares bear In my body the marks of the Lord Jesus It was as much as to say See those long scars There Is where they whipped me See you that ugly indenture That is where they stoned me See you that enclr ling scar on my wrist That is where they handcuffed me See those ugly curves around my ankles There is where they made my feet fast In the stocksThere are ninny who like that apostolic martyr have on them the mark of the Lord Jesus There is time great army of foreign missionaries some limes maligned by dissolute American English and Scotch merchants who at HongKong and Calcutta and Constan tlnople have had their wickedness re proved by the pure home life of those missionaries There is the great army of the ministers of the Gospel now In leaven who on small salaries and amid fatigues that slew them served their day and generation There Is nn other great army of private Christians who In Sabbath schools and In tract distribution and in humanitarian and evangelistic efforts have put their lire in sacrifice on the altars of God There Is another army of Christian invaders who lost their life In overwork for the church and the worlds redemption People call their Illness neuralgia or nervous prostration or insomnia or paresis or premature old age call their aliments scars as my text calls them tears There may be scars oa the memory scan on the spirits scars one the courage tears on the soul as well as scars on the bodand those Invisible to the human eye are ns honorable as hose visible All ye who bear in your body the marks of the Lord Jesus have you beoIn the heavenly world What source of glorious remlnlccencel In that world you will tit together and talk over earthly experiences Where did you get that tear saint will say to saint and there will come back a story of hardship nnd struggle and perse cution and wounds and victory thrcugh the grace of the Gopcl Another spirit will soy to listening spud Where did you get that hurt to plainly marked And the answer will be Oh thnt was one of the worst hurts I ever hail That was a broken friend ship We were In sweetest accord for years together In joy and sorrow thoughtWeour personal interests parted and our friendships broke never to be renewed on earth Hut we have made it nil up here nnd misunderstandings nre gone and we are in the same Heaven on neighboring thrones in neighboring rattles on the banks of the same river Whrre did you get that mark says another spirit to listening spirit nnd the answer comes Thnt Is n reminder of n great bereavement of n desolated household of a deep grave of nth the heartstrings at one stroke snapped altogether lint you see It Is no longer a laceration for the wound has been healed and my once bereft withrone for I was separated Where did you get that long deep scar says another im theeanswer comes was fatigue of a lifetime struggle in at tempting amid adverse circumstances yearsIsee It is a healed wound for I have soulfrest that remalneth for the people of nod MartyrJohn anecome was a I suffered when the flames of martyrdom were kindled beneath me Ignatius what Is that mark on your cheek Oh that wns made by the paw of the lion to which I wns thrown by the order of Trajan Some one will say to Paul Great apostle that must have been n deep cut once the mark which I see on your neck And Paul says That was made by the sword which struck me at my behead meat on the road to Ostia Hut we all have scars of some kind and those are some of the things we will talk over in the heavenly world while we celY brute the grace that made us triumph not over nil agnosticism Now what Is the practical use of this subject It is the cultivation of Christian heroics The most of us want to say things and do things for getNagwork for popular work for compen sating work bjt we nil greatly need more courage to brave the world and brave satanic assault when there is something aggressive and bold and dangerous to be undertaken for God hnppentoill We nil need more of the stuff that martyrs are node out ofe want more sanctified grit more Christian pluck more holy recklessness ns to whnt the world mny say anti do in nny crisis of our life Be right nnd do right and all earth and hell combined cannot put you down The same little missionary who wrote my text also uttered that piled up magnificence to oe found in those words which ring like battle axes on splitting helmets In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us for I am persuaded that neither death nor life nor angels nor principalities nor powers nor things present nor timings to come nor height nor depth nor any other creature shall be able to separrte us from the love of God which Is in Christ Jesus our Lord How do you like that you cowards who shrink back from aggressive work and if so much as a splinter pierce your flesh cry out louder than many a one torn In auto da fe Many a sot dler hns gone through n long war been In SO battles led a regiment up a bill bJmuIketring been once hit nnd without a mark upon him Hut it will not be so among those who pass In the grand review of Heaven They have all in the holy wars been wounded and all bear scars And whnt would the newly arrived In Heaven do with nothing to show that he lead ever boon struck by human or diabolic weaponry how embarrassed and eccentric such nn one in such a place Surely he would want to be excused awhile from the heavenly tanks and be permitted to descend on earth crying Give me another chance to do something worthy of an Immortal Shawine some post of danger to be manned some fortress to be stormed rome iliillcult charge to make Like Leonldas Thermopylae like Mlltinde nt Marathon like Marl borough at Blenheim like Godfrey at Jerusalem like Wlnkelrled at Sam pach gathering the spears of the Aus trian knights into his bosom giving his life for others show me some place where I can do a bravo thing for God I cannot go back to leaven until some where I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus My hearer my read er quit complaining about your mis fortunes and disappointments and troubles wed through all time and all eternity thank Gcd for scars Thy saints In all this clorlous war dieTheyAnd seize It with thilr eyt tileAndIn skies1hs tjTHEGITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 14 1901 Ir The Negros Right to Work to Save and to Learn- A lUfUmstlou at Closing Exhibition ot Winter Turn nerve Colleen by WISSTON MASON The Negro race is perhaps the only ouo that can remember its birthday The birth of tho Jewish nation the Saxon and the French is lost in an tiquity But the Negro race was born into manhood on the first day of January 1863 when the proclamation of Abraham Lincoln went into effect Picture if you can a colored family set free Do you not see the group Father mother and halfgrown Ions and daughters standing in the high way with no shelter above them and no shelter to which they can go They have their freedom but they have nothing else Andnot only are they destitute of home of tools and the credit which would give them a start but they are destitute of more important things than throe They have not the skill the training or the education which would fit them to take care of them selves They have never been in the habit of looking ahead and providing for their own wants At the Worlds Exhibition in Paris a Negro artist from Washington ex hibited ten pictures setting forth the progress of the Negro from the oman cipation day when he stood under the open sky to the present time The second picture represented him as building his first rude cabin The third pictured him preparing to build the first school house for his children And no on through the bumble step by which he has entered upon his in heritance as a man Now my friends what are we men of the colored race to do with our freedom T It cost a great price to the abolitionists to men like Brother Fee who struggled to make us free What does freedom mean to us and to our children T What are the rights of man 7- The first right is to work and to have what we make or earn We have no right to eat if we do not work but we stand on a level with all oth er men in having the right now to put forth our labor and to enjoy the fruits of that labor If we are idle and consequently go hungry it is our own fault If we are unskilful in our labor and can earn only 40 a daywhen the man beside us who in skilful is earning 150 that is our own fault We have the right to work and to work with skill and efficiency We have the right to earn a garden and to take care of it We have the right to build a house and to live in it We have the right to get all the things that white man have gathered by their industry and their toil And the next right we have is the right to save what we have earned A slave could not lay up anything and it was proper enough that ke should waste and spend everything he could lay hold of But now we are free men and must save our earn ings No more wasteful excursions no more extravagant clothes no more lavish laying on of food We are to lay up today in order that our work may be easier tomorrow And in the third place we have the right to learn The great State of Kentucky pays people for teaching our children This right we do not all of us enjoy because of our neg lect I find that in this very town of Btrea less than sixty per cent of the coloredchildren of schoolage are en rolled in the colored schools What do colored people think will be the future of their children if they miss their opportunities and live in free dom with the same ignorance as though they were slaves We know of many young people who are tall enough to be men and women and yet they do not seek the education which Berea College offers so freely to all Freedom my friends means a chance That it all that any man can ask of this country Kentucky does not give an equal chance to her col and citizens but we have a far better chance than white people had a hun dred years ago We have as good a chance as the people had who lived in tho time of the Pilgrim Fathers WH all know what they made out of their chances anti we must see to it that our people do as well According to Prof Charles W Dubnoy President of the University of Tennessee who testified before the Industrial Commission on conditions in the South the South has entered upon a period of natural evolution which will carry its industries steadily forward for years He said that co ton cattle and mules bring better prices than ever before and that the people of the South were enjoying a of great prosperity also that industrial education was making the Negro more productive as a citizen than he had as a slave N H I Correspondence On the toad Lewis Sandliu of Dreyfus is thinking of moving to OklahomaL is fixing for a largo crop and intends to sell landand crop and move to Beroa next year to reside and attend College Felix Jones a former student of Berea is a prosperous merchant at Combs Ky- Thousands of staves are being shipped from the big mill on Crooked Creek Estill Co The use to which the staves are put is evident from the condition in which many of the haulers return Winter schools for white and color ed are maintained in Irvine Wisemantown is a nice village of about 50 inhabitants It has a small mill and a big stor- eBourbon County Millersbtirtr We had the first rain of the new century last Friday it was very welcome Mis Sallie Cavanaugh has returned from a visit to Felicity O Mr and Mrs Chas Livingston of Lexington visited Mrs Ls mother SundayMrs Nancy Parker was the most successfulcollector of money for the Methodist Church Mrs Lizzie Henderson has an at tack of la grip- peJackson County Tyner Forest Fires have done much damage in this region Sun day last thedwellugs were in danger fortunately none were destroyed- G W Moore intends to take his son to Louisville to undergo a surgi operationA of our boys who are at tending school at Egypt report favor ably on the school School is in session at Wolchburg J C Coyle of Laurel county ex pects to teach a Normal School at this place during April and May Thos Morris of this place has moved to Horse Lic- kMadison County Peytoutown Rev I Miller is holding revival services in Richmond Miss Sallie Miller visited her mother last Saturday- J C Burnam was here last Sunday to attend church meeting James Moore has movednear Ruthton on Silver Creek Rev R Munday preached here last Sunday from John 1335 Perry Munday is contemplating giving up business Curt Shearer is very ill with pneu monia Miss Alice Phelps celebrated her birthday with an entertainment on March 6th Alex Johnson is very ill with pneu monia Mrs Florence White lade a busi ness trip to Richmond Friday Mrs Mary Johnson age 70 years died of pneumonia March 6 and was buriedat the Miller grave yard Rockcastle County Dlsputaitta Miss Mary Owens has returned home from Blue Lick where she has been visiting relatives Miss Etta and Chessie Reynolds and Parrie Lee Abney visited your correspondent on Friday Miss Sallie and Samuel Shearer visited relatives on Bush Creek Sat urdayJ Anglin of Climax has been visiting friends on Davis Branch Elmer Anglin who went to Fair land Ill is anxious to get home T C Holt who has been on the sick list is convalescent Mrs 0 J Abney who was reported sick at last writing is no better There was service at the Baptist Church Friday with four conversions Larkin Abney has bought Henry Calvins saw mill and will move it to Brush Creek There will be a new rail road built up Brush Creek in a few days work will begin at once R J Abney is building a new store house on Clear Creek Measles are prevalent in this neigh borhood Owsley County Gabbard Mrs Susan Bowman of Fish Creek visited relatives here Friday and Saturday James Bicknell of Booneville was here Saturday I Jackson Morris of Jachson Col is a l Candidate for Representative in the 71th Legislative District subject to the action of the Republican party C B and Henry Oabbatd Sr worn at Island Creek Saturday Your correspondent and Elmer Gabbard went to Cow Creek Satur dayC B More has his house up ready coveringA of Little Buffalo was here Monday on business Win Seale of Lee county was here SundayWe having very cold weather at this writing Farmers have not done much to wards their crops yet Rose Gabbard has been quito ill with Athma We hope the Spring Term of Beroa College will be a successful one Best wishes for The CITIKN Mason County Mnynvllle Tho Old Folks con cert given by the members of Scoots Chapel M E Church was excellent They were greeted with a largo audi enc and a nice sum of money was collectedCharley Washington Richard Rob bison Nanny Brady and Carrie Bell have entered school again after a siege of illness William Hinton has entered the Normal Training class of the Pri mary department- Anna Berry has been quite sick with pneumonia but is much better at this writing Miss Lela Tabor left for the City Sunday morning The Mason county Teachers Asso ciation held an interesting meeting at the residence of Prof T A Read on Fourth St Saturday Johnnie Simpson is ill with pneu monia at his home on Front St The high School Alumni was outer tanned Saturday at the homo of Miss Lucille Dinwiddio A very interest ing program was rendered The solo sung by Miss Diuwiddio deserves special mention The next meeting will be held at Miss Lida Walkers on Fourth St Rev Elijah Combs preached an ablo sermon at the Bethel Baptist Church Sunday morning Faith and Works REV A PETTIFORD Berea Ky I am endeavoring to establish a church in Lancaster which if I suc coedwill be the first Colored Chris tian Church organized in Garrard county Ky I am combining faith andworks I bought trees in the forest I cut them down took them to the saw mill and had them manufactured into lumber and then hauled the lumber twentyone miles to the church to make the seats I feel that I have done my best so far and am willing to do everything in my power to succeed in establishing this church I am happy to say our people in Lan caster have given me much help and encouragement without which the workcould not have progressed so far as it has Much remains to be done Your help will be valuable Will you assist I pray you do not let me fail in my endeavor SAW MILL for SALE A twelve horse power engine mounted on wheels and a Handy Saw Mill and Grist Mill combined all in good or der at prices to suit the times Call on or address J W Lambert Con way Ky 321 Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30c On buttons lOc each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AGENTS WANTED Do Good and Make MoneyB- Y Introducing EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville Ill lad ifnlM TOB C1TJZV- IWANTEDCAptble rjlUble person In every unty to riprnsut hqt co inn of 11111110- al an repiiutlon SHS ulirr per jreir payable ecklrl per it tjrubiolutaljr sure and all upen i itrtUbt loufllj tlililti ni cora Uiloti iUry pill jich SitlMiy tiletpjnie orm 1r43ii esah well jrAXDVR D- outlain UJIHBOIX jr OHIOA3 THE SCHOOL Edited br J WDIiuraoru Doen of toe Nor will IcD rtincnt Ikro Collem NATURE STUDY ROSE E MILLER On some rainy morning when the birds are silent and the pupils have been loft with a number of questions which they are trying to answer from their own observations and when the seeds have been gotten ready for later study the teacher may gather ou her way to school material that will servo as the foundation fora number of very interesting and useful lessons in nature study On the way to school or about the schoolhouse there are possibly half a dozen different kinds of shrubs and trees Gather a sullicient number of twigs front these trees and shrubs so that each member of tho school may bo supplied with one for his own study Let us see what wo can do with these twigs We will take a few minutes to look at our twigs carefully and then be ready to tell throe things about them One little girl is ready in a moment and tolls us My twig in blown and it has a big bud at the end A little boy ii anxious to tell that this is only two things but instead vt let him toll what he has found My twig is green and it has five buds and an old dry leaf Good and the old dry leaf in the best of all for it will help us to ills cover something later Ono little girl in the corner can hardly wait longer so we let her reveal her discoveries liMy twig is a great big twig and it has a great big bud at the end and it is all sticky Yes tho bud is sticky let us all lookat your bud for a moment and tomorrow we will see if we can think of a reason why it should be so Another My bud is sticky too and it is big and there is a rough place under it Is that where the leaf used to boTWell what do we think about iU Are these scars on all tho twigs TRow many have found scars on thuirtf By the way in which the hands are raised we can see that nearly allof the pupils had already discovered the scars Now to find out whether the leaf made the scar or not let the little boy who had the twig with the withered leaf on it remove the leaf andsee The time has gone for our todays observation lesson and oralwork Now we may take a few moments for a written language lesson from a part of the school while the twigs form the foundation of tho reading and number lessons for the beginning class This days work is sure to have awaken interest sufficient to cause the pupils to examine the trees care fully on the way home and on the following day both girls and boys will doubtless come with hands full of twigs they have themselves gathered for further use and about which there is still much to be learned After the first days study we put a number of jars in our windows with small branches in them that we might watch the unfolding of the buds Conspicuous among these twigs are the pussy willow and the horse chestnut because of their unusual interest Again let us ask does nature study pay I Can there remain any doubt about it when we find it one of the best ways of opening the eyes of the children to see things in the world about them and to truly live in this world It gets hold of the childs af fections and cannot help but strongly influence his character Then it helps to make school a happy place and not simply a place of discipline and drudgery gardeningfordies will be given by Prof Mason in the Spring Term THE HOME BUItvd bjr MM On Act J Broad Instructor In Domed It SeUnve Bena College Utilizing the Leftovers All sorts of objections nre raison when the frying pun Is mentioned Bud right it is too that wo dhould object to this unhygienic aid to tho prepara tion of foods But before we further condemn frying let us bo sure that we know just what we are condemn ing Quoting from n well known au thority upon such subjects A little fat is put into a shallow pun when this to hot the articles to ho cooked are laid in and browned on both sides This manner of cooking in by many miscalled frying and is largely ru sponsible for the disrepute of trying as articles cooked so era greasy nUll indigestible Frying is cooking by im mersiou in very hot fat and tho mic cues of tho frying depends upon the fat being sufficiently hot und enough fat being used to completely cover the articles cooked in it A keltlo for Crying should be kept for that purpose alone anti started with enough fat to fill it hvo thirds full A mixture of beef fat and lard is more wholesome It gives boiler satisfaction than when lard alone is used When properly handled but little fat is coiiMiuiod each frying A kettle of fat willwith care last for mouths but should bo clarified as often as necessary by lidd ing a slice of raw potato to the fat tumid straining it after each tine used Taking it now for granted that wo understand tho meaning of the term frying lot UK say something in iltt favorThere is an agreeable flavor devel oped in frying certain articles that is brought out by no other method of cooking If a croquette is to be tried it is first coated with beaten egg mid breadcrumbs then itnmcrtied in amok ing fat The egg is instantly harden ed and no fat can bo absorbed Tim length of time necessary for the fry ing providing cooked meat or vcgo table is used does not exeetd four minutes When done the ero quette should bo ofn golden brown color outside and soft anti creamy in sido Meat and vegetable left ovem are far more wholesome and palatable prepared In this WilY than when thrown together utterly regardless of Huge color and former condition of servitude anti served up as hush WHITE SAUCE roe CROQUETTE MIXTURE To this amount of sauce add two cupfuld of meat or vegetable 3 tablespoonfuls butter 3 flour 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon salt i JMJPIKT Iut butter Into sauce pan and whun molted add flour when smooth add cold milk slowly stirring all of the time and cook until thick Care must be taken to keep mixture smooth C1IICKCX CROQUETTES 2 cups chicken chopped fine I tablespoon onion or lemon juice 1 cup white sauce Soo above Take two tablespoonfuls of this mixture for each croquette Shape into n ball Spread dried and ground breadcrumbs upon bread board roll the ball lightly on crumbs into shape of cylinder flatten each end by drop ping lightly on board thou moisten with beaten egg covering croquette completely roll again into crumbs so that every part is covered and no grease may bo absorbed Have all the croquettes of a uniform size and shape Sot thong aside to become cold and firm then drop them careful ly into hot fat When light brown lift them out of the fat drain upon brown paper and servo either hot or Old To be continued Orders for pies doughnuts and other products of tho Cooking School may be made to Miss Stokes at the Model House BEREA COLLEGEFounded I Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers ZOO Students from 20 States lest College Library lu Keutucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College CourseLiterary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay For board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 12400 about f14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregational Disciples Method lets Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident OEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Bere Mftdlson Qo Ky THE FARM billed bjr 8 C MASOH IVofensor ol dart rilllir ni roT Collrce THE ESSENTIALS OF BLACKCAP CULTURE A small Plantation well tilled LOCATION SOIL AND FERTILITY The blackcap raspberry is I rulilL homo on tbo deep loamy Khullored slopt8iof our central Ohio hills may bo grown successfully upon any well dnshteti soil that will produce a really good crop of Indian corn But they especially delight in n partially shuttered location such us is afforded I by tin eastern slope of n lofty hill or the luownnl side of u latent HoweverI lot till location bo what it may tho soil should alKUiud liberally in the cl ement necessary to the development of sturdy fruiting canes In the nboenco of stable manure which is usually HOinuwlint deficient in potash clover wool ashos or muriate of pot nslanlld fiuo ground raw bono will supply tho proper olomentH for the production of blackcaps However upon rather heavy clayey soils pot atilt is usually availublo in such liber ul store hint ttnblo nmmirit if it can bo procured will provo to solve tho entire problem of fertility Ground that w naturally crotch and wet should bo oillttlilK fatal to success with block raspberries PLANTS It hits IMMMI suggested that tho training ofA child should begin with birth of its grandmotheri This IK quito pertinent with regard to young blackcaps Plants grown each succeeding year from thrifty young plantations serer having boriiea crop develop to a wonllrCulsiz and vigor The greatest drawback to the trans planting of such yoiingHttrs is their immeiiNo bulk anti weight neciwilat iug tho 1110 of team and wagon or nloil in removing then with the adher lag will to their designation 1 have often dug young Griggs that with tho soil tcnacioiiidy grasped by their thousands of root lot H weighed five pounds or over Thoco plants are such ns wi may grow under good cul hire at homo I have never f een any of lhlalw when purchasing trout a i dii tance tier can isay tlmt I would particularly relish paying exprots charges nn such oting giants How grownIbusincNH on n plot of strong generous soil fulfill to a surprifiing degree the protnino of their childhood ILANTINO Blnckcnpx tthould be planted only in tIe Spring Autumn Mttiiitf being quite unatifaclorv oven when each plant IN well mulch locI TratiNplnnting should take placo either very early iu season while the young sheds nro yet dormant or bo dfrred until they hove attained the height of severe 1 inches At tIll in tormediato stage they are so tender thud a touch will break thorn and it is practically impoaniblo to proceed without much Iron bio and loss In tloed I have come to prefer setting the plants when they have Attained an nverago height of 12 inches Carefully lifting tint plants with tho soil adhering thuy are crowded as closely together as possible upon the lotion of tho sled or wagonbox in an up right position Before driving to the prospect vo plantation these young store are given so thorough a shower bath that tho roots anti ndhoiing oil are thoroughly soaked It is then perfectly safe to proceed at ones leisure so far as the safety of tho plant is concerned as they will remain froth and bright for hours However wo waste no time in hustling theta into tho ample freshly made furrows As each plant is sot tho tip is pinched out with Iho finger and thumb The plants rarely wilt at alit but tho first ovidencoof renewed growth will not appear for several days This now growth will push out nl the nails of tho loaves along tho main stock and in a suprisingly short time the young plant will develop into n sturdy trc- eCormllI BALLOU in Tho Rural New YorkerTO 1IC CONTINUED To Whom it may Concern This In to certify that wo have investigated Messrs Chins L Pot tis t Co Buyers of country pro duce 404 Dunne Street New York anti find them to be worthy ofnil croditland financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce as a sound financial house to soil to Yours truly DANIELS t COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway Sept 28 1900 Now York 92701 There is now a good and steady market for homespun linen cloth at monoyduringput in a good crop of flax this spring t