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Rev JOHN DODWELL Weekly With dining SUB of Kdltnn the rvtpiiiulenli ManagerT JjE CAnlfndependent SCHOOLKutrrtii at the Pmtnfet daM mnUmnttcr at amyl YEAR t OLVOL II A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 2 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 45 IDEAS 0 Now for sternly work on the farm liTho hand of tlio dilligout maketl rich If you are troubled with briars cut them HOIIIO time tho first half of May This is tho limo of year to do good road reparing Tho largest room in the world in improvnll1intChlcngoNews Brook onn thread in tho border of virtno and dont know how much will unravelGeikioTake WEEKLY PIUYKB MEETINGS Wodnllay700plI1Daptist pmIVMrs ML B RaniBey SUNRAY SERVICES Boron Church Prof II M Jones 11a in- SOCOnd Church Rev II J Derthick 11 in- Baptist Church Hov H P Anlick 11 a III and iaO p in Sunday school at 1115 a in all churches Y At C A extension workers nt Narrow Gap 0 p in Rev Win Lod wick will proachITho members of the Silver Creek Church are requested to bo at church meeting morning hUll NoollOurIn about three weeks and will bo fol lowed by one of tho Iwst of thu Rev Charles M Sheldons grand copy right stories Malcomb Kirk Do not miss reading this on any account FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Columbian revolution it at an endA dig oil strike is reported roar Guadalajara MOl Munich Bavaria physicians have begun a crusade against wotnsnn long skirts Dr Monti of London has discov ered a process of making illuminating gas at four gents per 1000 cubic feet Tho Germans under Keltcler have driven the Chinese under Gen Liu beyond the great wall Thu Germans lost four killed IK OUR OWN COUNTRY urgoLluutlistment of ono soldier for every one thoiifand population of tuft country This will give us an army of about 70000 111011IW J Bryan is a poRHlblo candidate for Governor of tbmkIInll year The Standard Oil Co has secured the sea outlet to tho oil fields of Tex all A company with 0000000 capital SugarBNtformed Tho Presidential special left Wash ington Monday to remain on the roak until Juno IH and to travel in all 10581 miles Th ro are 10 members In the party The storms of tho past week have done much damage Flood are VirginiaInare general and in Cincinnati much uneasiness is felt by dwellers near tho river COMMOKf BULTH OF KENTUCKY The Adams Express Co wants an order to restrain the state from collect log taxes Permission to builda bridge across the Ohio river at Ashland has been grantedThe prand Jury re playingTho fight against the sale ofco caine and morphine in Lexington is being pressed Estill county is to bo redistricted and A J Tbarp A Durbin anti W II Smith have boon appointed for the workGeorge Newsomo a member of tho ReynoldsPotter haul of Boonos Fork to Whiteshurir Saturday and surrendered to Sheriff Sorgent ngtonhRltpharmacist by tho State Board of larmocy Gov Beckham has asked for the resignation of Supt McCormick of the Hopkinsville Asylum Dr Mc Cormick refuses to resign until after a full investigation Tho Kentucky House of Reform at Lexington is so crowded that Supt Doak has notified the County Judges to send no more prisoners without previously notifying him Middloaboro is to bo a health re sort and the stock of the Middles boro Town and Land Company has risen on the London market from 2 to seven shillings in five days Personals and Locals Berna vs Georgetown Saturday Will Burch is out after a severe ill M Itnwlins was in Lancaster MondayMiss Grace Lester hits returned from Indiana Miss Olivia Hudson loft for Point Lcavell Tiiumdny 12 M Preston was III Frankfort inlay on buslulII- IIDreKHlIIlklulrlIiAlt Sarah Law son Hoskins House Miss Ellen IlIglor Richmond is visiting Mrs C I Ogg F B Early of Medary vlllf Ind is with his uncle J M Early Mrs Ann Richardson of Wildie is visiting the Misses Richardson Mrs Lizzie Burke is visiting Mrs Richard Kimbroll at Blue Lick Miss Sallie Jones of Brassflold is visiting friends on Center Street See our boys play tho Georgetown College team Saturday afternoon Waller Azbill of Winchester was in town Tuesday on insurance business Our telephone system is to bo over IIIRtalledIW C T U Convention at Livings ton this week Taylor and Stove Gabbard left for home Thursday on account of their fathitcn illness Ann C Mott nail Mr and Mrs Franklin of Toledo 0 are gusst of PrllI and Mrs Frost Lrof J W Carnation of London was the guest of Pres and Mrs Frost Saturday and Sunday Mrs Minerva Nicely and daughter of Hansford are visiting Dr Cornel inn Mrs Nicolys brother Mr and Mrs Robert Truett have moved Into the house with Mrs Sallie Coruolison on Center Street Joe Hayes of Jackson Co has pur chased the interest of Berry Reynolds in the Harrison livery business A large number of joung people visited the cavea Saturday and another party supM d on Pilot Knob Mrs D N Welch met with a painful accident yesterday by forcing a needle through her finger while sew lug Den White Andio Bogie and Clarence Million left for Cincinnati Sat ttirday They go from there to Lo ganttport Ind Mrs W C Fish of Paint Lickand Mrs Flemming Garrett of Winches tor were tho guests of Mrs E T Fish this week Hurrah for our boys Saturday when they moot the team from Georgetown and they will do you honor Admia slop in cents Miss Mary Scott daughter of Mrs Don Gay of Lowell Monday of consumption aged 20 years Burial at Berea cemetery The Boy Orator or the Sierrias at Ladies Hall last Friday night was a screaming success He spoke sang and played by electricity Mrs S E Welch Jr and IrsJJBrannamau attended the of John Dickcrmau tho representative of J Bacon It Sons Louisville Rev ILJDorthick lies moved to the house occupied by R E Short on Prospect Avo Mrs Putnam will oc cupy tho houeo vacated by him Prof anti Mrs Dinsmore Prof and Mrs Marsh anti Miss Robinson visited Gen Casslus M Clay Saturday and were cordially welcomed by the sago of Whitehall Mrs Mary P Gould has boon com pelled on account of serious trouble with her oytw to give up her work as librarian and has gone to Chicago to have her eyes treated Tho public school building is being much damaged by miscreants who break windows mar desks and oth erwise destroy the property Tho trustees should bring these persons to justice Miss Lucy Van Horn hat accepted tho invitation of Mrs G W Leonard her recent guest to accompany her to Europe nllli sails with the party May for Germany Thu Baptis church has called Rev H F Aulick late of Georgetown College to be their pastor Rev Aulick has accepted the call aud en ters his duties at once Wo ox tend a cordial welcome One day lost week Cal Harris and C 0 Wyatt took a horse and buggy from the livery stable and drove to Richmond where they boarded tho train and havo not boon heard from since The horse and buggy was roo turnedDr Win H Davis of Newton Mass is visiting Borca and taking horseback excursionto the mountains Dr Davis preached a very forceful sermon Sunday at tho Chap 01 ho delivered tho Tuesday night lecture also e Madison County agohascrop in this county Mrs Artilda Douglas widow of the late Alfred Douglas of Richmond died at her homo April 25 aged Mr Arch Dozier son of the late Wm Dozier of Red 11111 died in Richmond of consumption Friday ago 23 years If Central University goes to Dan yule the university grounds will bo kept for the High School to bo locat ed in Richmond The new President elect of Madi son Female Institute Richmond Rev J W McGarvey will assume Ills duties sometime this month There is a good prospect for a canning factory being located at Rich mond Wo are glad to learn this boo cause it will be a direct benefit to the whole county Tho Synod of the Southern and Northern Presbyterian Chtirchofl of Kentucky in extra session April 23 at Louisville tho plans for- thoconsolidution of Central Universi ty and Center College of Danville Constable Nealo Anderson of Fox town succeeded lost week in serving summons on a writ of attachment on Gen C M Clay This uttotch moot sued out by his daughter Mrs Mary B Clay and was the result of a refusal on tho part of the General to allow the removal of his daughters goods from the house Pantagraph 9JSalary steal and women of goal ail treiM to rrt rtent rorlocalMltrr KUirtntrtil ycarlr extra commlwlnni and plablishedhouse llllJeralllllOmeSTAFFORD IllKSN fa Church St Nw Haven Conn 028 OK Greatest macbliltj magazine ON Earth IjCbc Bmcrtcan Obtccbcrmnn j putlaworganizatleqstottheirarmnY blule and hel him lD etery for tT tleDt In advanoeandyIL money refunded IIthe- end of three if lbe inbucribtr premiumvaluable and usefuL SeodfortampUoofc agtntiOnly Interested Ibiriblnc and the me of iteam desired at ijUcrlbcr Address Ube Bmcrtcan Cbrcebcrman The warmest Baby In the Hunch Aaohon TOla Tj s IS GusSilertereloek READ THIS SURE From now till Saturday May 11th you can buy at our Store in Richmond Ky our Elmoro Roasted Rio Coffee at 10 cents a pound Dont compare this High Grade Coffee so well known to our customers with any package coffee on the market Those who have been paying 20 cents a pound for coffee not a bit bother than Elmore will appreciate this Won dorful BargainNEXT SENSATION 181b Best granulated sugar 00 II II GO 41u II It 25 Choke syrup per gallon 18 Good laundry soap 3 bars for 05 Arm and Hammer soda large 04 Laundry starch 2lb for 05- Best patent flour 211bsack 60 barrel 4 80 No 2II II 241bsack 65 II II 0 barrel 1 40 Standard kerosene per gallon 09 21b Can finest corn 05 t large cans Pefection tomatoes 25 Large can Lima beans 07 Baking soda 21b for 05 Decorated cream pitcher 05 cake plate 05 IIcofToo or teapot stand 03 Sour cucumber pickles per doz 05 Elandsomo rug worth 2 18 Challenge clothes wringer 1 25 Why pay 150- Tinware cheaper than over Langdon Creasy Co East Main St Richmond Ky L D LANDERS Manager HOMESPUN FAIR The annual Homespun Fair will be held Wednesday June 5th 1901 Room Lincoln Hall 1n order to encourage Fireside In dustries and aid her skilful friends in finding n market for their wares Boron College will again hold the Homspun Fair which has been so successful in tho past Road our list of premiums then start that looms Even if you do not take a premium you may have a chance to sell something Entries must be made before 10 a m Commencement Day All goods entered for a promium must have boon trade sinco last Com mencement DIv rune C 1900 But any homemade goods which tho owner desires to sell may be dis played at tho Fair free of cost and the managers will do their best to arrange n sale Notice also tho amount of goods called for in our premium lists These are the lengths for which there is most demand- PREMIUMS OFFERED1st 2nd Homespun Coverlets 2 00 f1 00 Dimity Counterpane 2 00 1 00 All wool Jeans 10 yds 2 00 00 Cotton and Wool Jeans 60I10 yds 2 00 100 Linsey Cotton and Wool 10 yds 1 00 60 Allwool Dress Flannel 10 yds 2 00 100 Homespun Allwool Blanket GJ yds twilled 2 00 1 00 Homespun Blanket 5I yds twilled cotton and wool 1 00 60 Doubleweave Linen 10 yds 2 00 100 Figured Linen 10 yds 1 50 75 Plain Linen 10 yds 100 50 Rag Carpet a web 2 00 1 00 Buckeye lists 00 50 Buckeye Baskets 50 25 Axhandles 50 25 Wooden Fork and Spoon 50 25 Hand mado Chair 150 76 Handmade Saddles 2 00 1 00 Knit Socks Homespun yarn indigo blue or blue and white 50 25 Knit Mittens Homespun yarn indigo blue andwhite 60 25 Competent judges wilt be secured and the management reserves the right to give only second class pre miums for second class articles when no first class ones have been entered For full particulars address MRS JENNIE LESTER HILL Berea Ky OOHICT rate ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Taaoa aaa CREAM OF WHEAT- NCAKFAIT CKIAM Of CO MlNNCAPOll MlNN For sale by Bicknoll Early also a full lino of Breakfast Foods Cakes and Cookies KELLOGG WITHENBU- RYWholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment e SPRING SUITS at J =We aro pleased to announce that our new stock is now com plato in ovary department Make us a visit and wellshow you a lino of SPRING SUITS second to none in the land All our clothing is manufactured for us by the best wholesale tailors in tho country and each garment is made to conform to the highest standard of excellence in every detail Not a point is overlooked Fabric Style Fit and Workmanship all must priceIsyoullfindDont forget our splendid lines of Shoes Hats Shirts Ties Etch COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET- I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at popuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St- ju00l E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is tho Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail trots College Book Store Every WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Burea Ky June 29190- 1WANTEDCapable reliable person In every county torepreentlargecompany of solid finan cial fJ3t wtlary per year payable weekly ik per day ntaoltitely sure and all expeu lei straight bona ade deUnlto salary no com mission salArY paid each Saturday and expcnie advanced each week STANDARD HOUSE DEARBORN ST Cutcao- oPhotographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30c On buttons lOc each a for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOENTS WANTED IDO YOU SEE CLEAR IF1 NOT YOU MAT A ROBINSON f Jeweler and Optician ii Male Street Bern Ky Will scientifically examine your epee chargewillenable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show any defect shows in ire years wo give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students I IHand8HKAKM We will oilgnchtor 60 ct t or 30two ctitaap We haTs an 80 page lUoatnUed Catalogue we will mill you free U you sat for it Address MAKER A GBOSH CO ea Adams St Toledo Ohio and1 mention the Citizen CLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsGLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 16thOUR this Sale all Ladles and Childrens Heavy Shoes and all Mens and Boys Heavy Shoos Boots Bootees High Cut Shoes Felt Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Mon and Boys all Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glovo every thing In Winter Goods j will be sold at Special Cut PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over tho storms of March with it will be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you pric- esWe will Save You ConevThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands WE ARE RESPECTFULLY MAINDouglas Bros 207 tMAINSTREET Rioiiraona Kv STREET Base BallGeorgetown vs BereaNext Saturday 2 30 pm I r i 1L t EXPOSITION OPEN There Were No eremonies When the Gates Were Opened to the PnlJlirI A URGE COWD OF PEOPLE PRESENT There Were Informal Exorcises at the Upeninl of the United States Gov ernment Iluililinj at Noon At 2 tVCInek There Wiin 11 Salute of in Gnu hl red wed nt it OClurk u flight of BlMMl Ilooe IIIK Pluruim llitffalo X Y May IThe advance guard of the Ill 11 IIllrl1II1 exposi tion crowd is already noticeable in the increased hustle tad activity on the streets used in tilt heavy strict ear tralllc There was no ceremony when the exposition gates opened Wednesday at S oclock hut at noon bulllljInlseizes tien J X ilrlghani chairman j of the government board mule a brief address tad olllduls of the tX I nllllrl11lIuchnnnn the afternoon there was u salute of 41 guns t Cmirort on tier Kxplntinilf t Following this brief ceremony there was one shot for melt state In the union and n baud concert on the esplanade tl oclock u flight of 3 A WM boning pigeons which have been brought from cities east of the Mis sissippi nml north of Georgia was lib crated They will carry messages to tile governors of various states an t nouncing the petting of the exposit tion At dusk the magnificent electri cal features of the exposition will he f displayed This part of the work has been III readiness for several days and the tests made each night have dent 1 onstrated that it will be a predomi noting feature of the exterior splen dor of the exposition 1 William Iliimlln the well known horseman secured ud mission ticket i Xo 1 lie paid 5000 for it FIRE AT SAN JUAN t Thr New f irOOO IMrr Totally D- eatryrdI trod ti lnrKi Stock uf I Sugar mud Itiiui limt San Juan P I tiny ITill new 1ll0i 0 pier here caught lire Tues ilny afternoon and was totally de stroyed in half an hour A large stock of sugur anti ruin wits loxt In the fire The value fwd qualityof the goods destroyed Is not known The fire continues to rage and threatens to sprcnil to the stores of the custom house Lives may hate Iwen lost but this Is not yet naeer tniniil The fire started IS ipinutes after the steamship Ponce siiilej for Xcw York THE MONITER FLORIDA Armor Plnlr tu He Imil on thr XVI Stood n Snerrmifnl Tr t- nt Indian lleuil Washington May 1n 11inch harveylxeil armor plate representing 180 tons of the armor for the mun k itor Florida was tested with good re lEstiltat the Indian Heat proving ground Tuesday Three shots were tired at n velocity of 1800 to 1000 feet u second without materially in juring the plate This group of armor completes Ibnt to be furnlvl to the monitors in lulu u r e rptN the Challenge Winnipeg Man May 1insa Cttn dour has cabled leori Towns the English champion accepting his chal i lenge for n threemile sculling race l30 a side nod the championship of the world at Hot Portage In Augiibt More Surrender Manila May 1 llaldomero hui Inaldonod Pedro Agiilnnliio rcalives I itll Kinllio Agiiinalilo and live other insurgent leaders Utter Sill rirmlered NIHILISTIC PLOTS Tin Itiimlllinlloii ul the CntiNiilrncy Iall Aliiunu All Cliimirii of Iotlh sIt tlet Paris May 11 dispatch to Ii Solr says that nihilistic pfoU were illseovercil in Warsaw and Hint ram ifications of the conspiracy exist among all classes of Iolish societies and especially among the worlonen Among the 000 arresU niaili s lnco Monday nlglit there are several high ly placed personnf + Martial Inw lias Icon ilflare1 in the three towns occupied iy the Cossacks Oil Struck In liiulnlniin lieiinniont Tex May 1lnfurllll1 thou was received here Tuesday afternoon that nn oil gusher was struck TncMlay nt Sulphur Ixi 45 m4cs east of iteanniont on the Southern ln ciflo mllroad The oil is heavy and black in appearance and when It Crape loose it went to the top of tin derrick CO feet high Tu Unliirut the Plant Milwaukee Wls May IAll n re sult of the machinery maiiufactiirins combine the Edward P AIIU Co of this city one of its memtars will enlarge Us plant within the next year i anti a half expending in the neigh borhood of 2500000 j THE MORGAN DEAL i Purchase of the Leyland Line of Steamers Provokes Discus sion in English Papers IS CALLED 11IEDONAPARTEOFTRADL- A Possibility of the United States Uoiiilnuthic the Atlantic Carry Insr Trade In the Future rite llnlly Telegraph Aak Whether the Whole llrlllMli Umpire In- In Hi llouuht tint ll the A in irI can Millionaire London May 1The Lryinnil lint il il provokes unusual discussion It the English papers which reveals tilt existence of not n little npprehonstor us to tilt possibility of tin Unitec States dominating the Atlantic car Irving tniile The general lmpretlon however is that the transfer i iron iieeted with the probable passage by tilt InllPil States senate of n suit silly bill It Is considered that the terms ol the transfer the so profitable to the Leyland people that there ennui Iw no ineslloii of the nveeptnncr anti that other shipping eouipanicH would Cliiillv sell on the saute terms The effects of the transfer ore ills eased In nil their bearings Sit Christopher Knrnesn who contribute to the Daily Mull a long nrtVlo deal InL with the steel anti other IruMs In the Ililtiil States insists upon tin necessity of the country waking ur to acct tilt new competition A ScrtoiiH Situation The Daily Telegraph asks eililnrlnl ly whether tilt whole llritlsh Iniphe la to be bought up or bought o I by Amerlenii millionaires It calls Mr 1 1 Monnn The Bonaparte of Trade nml thinks the llritiuh ptibl will IM very foolish if it is lulled by Ktntcments that there is no intention to withdraw the vessels of time Ley- land line from the Cnioii lack This Is a serious situation says the Dally Telegraph which mils for concerted action on this side espe cially looking to the enormous growth of the American export trade and the Increase of the American and German shipping tonnage The Daily Chronicle IK less alarmed but says It Is Impossible to look with en tire eiiinmity on the rapid develop bent of American enterprise or 1r feel sure that it will not eventual inflict untold Injury on the finanuc1 world NAVAL CONSTRUCTION llunril let retell IMnrimird the Qurn dons of Artliltrctore of the New Ship Authorlird Washington May 1The nova hoard of construction Tuesday ron tinned its discussion of the tleIIships uiithoricil by congress general iuestlons of naval arihicc tore Seme of the members felt tha the public was learning too tine count of Itelglan whence it wj foi anti a decisive resolution was adoptee direct ing each individual member tc hold no communication with the press upon the subject now tinder illFciission Vita new chief con structor was presented with sketch plums of a number of the excellent prtllcrclIsor1heccivlng the chief attention Aililrrxird Humird Students Cambridge Mass May lYIcPrcslilent lloosevelt addressed Hi llarvanl students in Sanilera Iliiitei iraclyXew York and of the application o his methods to young men cut Hup political life- THROUGH DIXIE LAND The Irnlilf ullnl Party Arrived at SlrmiihU the First nrillnr- 1lnce of the Tonr Memphis Tenn May IThe pren Iilenthil party passed through the heart of Dixie Tuesday ami at 430 Tterday afternoon reached the city of Memphis on the banks of tilt Mississippi This was the first rest lug place of the tour After descending the mountains Monday night the train Tuesday skimmed along through northern Alabama iml the valley of the Tennessee riverand touched at Corinth Miss where ten Grant worsted Forrest in his cam paign to cut time confederate infan try In two The fresh green southland with its fruit in full blossom and Its infinite variety of wild flowers in the val leys and the forests wall n great change from Ute backward spring which the party had left behind at Washington The heat was rather oppressive but tilt weather was not so warm as the presidents welcome Time hearty greeting extended to him along tlie route testified how corn pletely he hind captured the hearts of the pcoplo of Dixie Confederate vet erans nt all time stops were among tilt presidents most enthusiastic and Itors and he was impressed with their marks of love and esteem At Memphis till party received a wonderfully impressive welcome At 130 Wednesday morning tlin presidential train resumed Its journey for New Orleans which will be cached at 430 Wednesday after non i WHAT WOMEN WANT TO KNOW Women can now vole In New Zen land SttphenlIplenty but there were none of their wives or female relatives BO that of Mrs Stephens ir the first to be hung thereA novel bolero Is made of mink with collar and revers of old lace It Is short enough to show a wide draped belt of black lace over white chiffon fastened with long scarf ends of lace and plaited chiffon fringed with fur tailsThe daughter of Mr Souvorln the I wellknownedltor and of the hnslbeellhoff the son of the minister of ways and communications The bridegroom is to enjoy the dolly profits of one of time advertising pages of the Novae Vretnya and this curious wedding gift is causing considerable amusement in St Petersburg The oldest and most remarkable woman in the stole of West Virginia lives at Mason City She is Mrs Peggy Craw a German woman and Is a little over 100 years old She has the appearance of a woman of 60 personally attends to all her own household duo ties and besides earns a comfortable living with her needle She is abso lutely Independent and depends upon her own hands entirely for her home and living Princess Wisnlewska founder of the womens International peace alliance Is one of the foremost women of France In the pence movement Mme Severlne time journalist Mme Pog non Mme Fkunmarion and Mme Cheliga are other prominent French women well known In this work The alliance has secured through the sig natures of the proper officials the in Ilorsement of womena organizations aggregating 5000000 women who are Interested In the peace of the world OF RELIGIOUS INTEREST The parishioners of St Peters Protestant Episcopal church St Louis have raised 33000 to free the church from debtThe Old Stone Presbyterian church at Timber Ridge Itockbrldge county Va was built in 1756 It boa lately been reconstructedAt 111 an aged man united with limo MctfcoiMst Episcopal church on probation lie built time first house in Tamplco he had donated ground for a church building to every church erected in the place but he had held aloof from church fellowship lie was highly respected by all and his act in joining the church greatly moved his old friends of the moat intereatlng penoiv lOne in Russia la the famous Father fofeathebandsome priest whoM pioty IIo great that he la supposed tokavs lie power of performing miracle He te devoted to hla reUgioua work t4 GfcouUdt where he often great Kaff Yak traveler and he diitxlbvU Urfv ami of money intrusted to him by tae wealthy Russian nobles among the poor of the neighborhood It was Father John who was called to pray at the bedside of the late czar and he pot eases many tokens of royal favor HERE AND THERE Owing to the dry cold atmosphere not a single infectious disease known in Greenland As many a 11000000 bottles of cham pagne are stored in the vaults of French producers They represent a cost price of 10000000 The petrified body of a girl has been found in a house in New York formerly occupied by an embalmer who boasted that he could turn bodies into stone but died without divulging his secret Since Spain has post her colonies and is unable to import cane sugar as cheaply as before a number of beet sugar factories have been erected and there is a great demand for fertillzrs To Japan will belong the distinction of possessing the largest and mot powerful battleship afloat when the Mlkasa is completed for sea Reindeer are supposed to have come originally from the polar regions Their bones have been found however In the rock deposit of southern France proving that they were in early times distributed over a large part of the globe The early French menatarms made w lnponUs and bowstring from reindeer akin and the people obtained their food and clothing frdm the same animal THINGS WORTH KNOWING The first antislavery society was organized in 1775 at Philadelphia A new name for voting machines has been invented They are now called votoinrtiTK Valley Forge is urged upon the attention of congresH as a fitting place for another national park In 1801 there were only 5000 Ital Ian speaking people in the United States now there arc 460000 Marking historic places lu St Louis with tablets is IL good idea for the worlds fair and also for local educational purposes Xear the coast of Cuba a freiihwa trr spring arises from the bottom of the ocean nnd for tome distance round Hit water Is perfectly fresh A simi lar submarine spring is known to ex ist In the Gulf of Spezzta Harry Vardon the great British golf expert has decided to make his home In the United States lie will visit England this winter to close up Ills affairs preparatory to leaving the country for good He guys there II- piCLhau k rf VISIt TO THE LAPPS Young American Traveler Tells of I Her Rxperlence During a Trip IB 1I0 YII IadeIIcrlbeaNew York Tribune excur1lionopportunity of assisting at one ofi their services which are only held two or three times a year An hours row and two hours ride through the forest along a brood and rushing river brought us to their little wood en church which with a farm or two nestled In a small but fertile valley behind this towered the wild and i rocky fjeld on which this tribe of Lapps had their encampment We put I up our ponies In the stables of the I Lapp king a rich farmer so called because of his kindness and hospital Ilcnlieralbegan watching the congregation as they appeared over the fields looking very bright and picturesque in their church going attire which was richer and munch more adorned than Is usual ly the cue but these people belonged to a very prosperous tribe possessing many hundred reindeer The curiously shaped lists of the men are scarlet as a rule their waistcoats see thick ly braldeu In vivid colors and they have skin tight breecbea made of reindeer skin The womens cap are of crimson satin their hair Is loose and plaited In with strings of beads and they wear long embroidered tun lea stretching to their knees Hed seems to oe their favorite color even the babies wear tightfitting red caps and very sweet they looked as they lay In their little reindeer skin cradles and were rockeu by their mothers who were waiting to take them to be christened when the serv ice began These cradles ore made In the shape of French robots laced across with strips of leather These are a neces sary precaution as the babies are often hung up cradles and all on the branches of the fir trees when their parents went to be rid of them At 11 oclock we all went Into the church TYPICAL FAMILY or LAPPS an ugly whitewashed wooden lit tie building adorned Inside with grotesque plaster figures and a big eye painted in vivid blue with a hideous black eyelash It appeared out of a sea of white paint and looked down on us with an uncanny and fixed stare from behind the altar The service was Lutheran and read in Swedish by a pried Mnt all the way from Undersaker After the christening of the babies we all went Into the churchyard where the burial service was chanted over the grave of those who hall died In the 1allmonths It was all rather impressive somehow and the little Lapps looked very much In earnest and Jolneji heartily In all the prayers After an hour of the service my father and I left as before returning home wt wanted to visit one of tnelr kotas 01 ump the only one lying at the foot of the fjeld A quarter of nn hour walk brought us to It In shape rather resembling an Indian wigwam this kota unlike the usual ones made of reindeer skin was built of turf overlaid with branches with the smoke coming out of a hole In tilt roof Crawling through the narrow openingwe found ourselves In a cir cular room about 12 feet In diameter Fir boughs bundles and sacks Itrewed the earthen floor and our escort a Lapp woman told us that no less than 20 men women and children from the higher encampment had slept In this limited space the night before to be ready for the next days service They generally sleep in their clothes with out undressing these strange little people Of furniture of any sort bed table or chair there was not a trace No Study After School Hour Notify your childs teacher that no more study will be permitted In your home See to It that your child is al lowed to come home from school with the same satisfactory feeling that the business man feels when he comes home that his days work III done It is over It Is behind him IIi Is ready to give his thoughts to other things to clear his mind of the days work to calm his brain for a refreshing nights rtfo which he finally goes with thoughts of other things than business So should It be with the child Ills studies should not be he last thing on his mind lie should go to sleep after hours of play and fresh air Then his sleep will be quiet and refreshing and his mind when be- awakens will be clear and fresh for a new day studies Edward Bolt Im +dtw EJosrasL THE NEW YEAR close the door bar out the cold IShut ping wind blows wildly sharp and nip The snow lees while oer all the wold With spotless robe the earth equipping With noisy mirth and merry Kite The New Year Is Us advent keeping Yet like some vexed and muffled sea Come undertones of sighs and weeping For while some laugh and shout and sing Are others sad downcast drspalrlnfTi To them the New no change may bring Unless more hopeless and more wearing The earth Is full of want and III Of souls that dread the coming morrow Whose cup of life all trouble nil Till life Itself Is one great sorrow Lord In this New Year full of Joy When all hearts throb with worldly 1- 11lureSlay we Its fleeting days employ In issuing such to richer treasure May this b best of all the years To many wearied souls now grieving Because Thy love hath dried their IraAnd they are of Thy grace receiving Give us 0 Lord to know Thy way And so our days to wisely number That halting steps on our part may Not drown our souls In slothful slumber May title year Lord be bUst of Thee A year of thin own right han planting When men from wrong and sin set frtv- Bhtll everywhere Thy praise be chanting William O Hacselbarth In Christian Work A NEW YEAR THOUGHT Waal to Do with the Itulllon Cs Make the Must of the Futon The change from one year to an other Is in self no more than the transition fruit one day to another Hut we hang up a new calendar and write new figures for time year and are thus trade to feel more sensibly the passing of the time The completion of one of the longer divisions of time In which we count our lives 11 noted because we art thus forcibly reminded that our days are being spent When many years have passed we realize that our t1ayRre as a tale that la told quickly related and almost aa quickly forgotten Some times we are disposed to a certain degree of morbidness In recalling the past at the entrance of a new year and dwell with pain on the unpleasant experiences sometimes we so cling to the past that we discredit the fits ture and speak as If It cannot be as good aa the put What should be our attitude What Is our duty What shall we do with the put Very much of It should be forgot ten Unhappily there Is much In every life that Is of no value and should be put clear out of JIIlnteshould forget all unkind word spoke en to us the little things which were felt to be discourtesies intentional offenses the providences that brought pain to us the disappointments that shaded the days as they passed anti even tine sorrows that brought darkness at midday And the dreams and baseless hopes the natty things on which we wasted precious hours and expended valuable energies without profit let them go where they belong Some of them may have some use In the passing but many now appear to have no value leave thrum all behind There Is something better for us We should gather wisdom from the past The days have their lessons we should not attempt to carrywith us the looks from which we were taught then but the lessons should not be forgotten There was a time when we struggled hard to learn the letters of the alphabet and to combine them Into syllables and words but the textbooks and the teacher alike have been forgotten and we read without a thought of either The processes are temporary but the re salts are permanent and In them we find the values of life We should use the experiences of the past mind the wisdom gained for greater usefulness In the present Today Is budded on the post and It should be higher than yesterday We should use the past to give us greater confidence In the promises of God We live by faith but faith Is based on our knowledge of God The revelation of Hum as given In ills Word is confirmed to ui by our experience of Jill Graces Experience worketh hope After Abraham was on the mount of sacrifice Jehovah jlreh was written on his life David said By this I know that Thou favorest me It waa not in Idle thought he said I remember time day of old I meditate on the works of Thy hands but In the greater strength gained by such meditations on the doing of God I have con sidered the days of old the years of ancient times I will remember the works of the Lord surely I will re member Thy wonders of old There have been many tones when we were ready to say within Asaph Has the Lord forgotten to be gracious These are the ungodly who prosper in the world but when we look at the providence of God and see what the unfolding years bring to men we say with him So foolish was I and ignorant Thou wilt guide me with Thy counsel and afterwards receive me to glory Every year brings vm new experience of Gods grace and therefore we enter the new year with greater confidence with the assur Dee that goodness and mercy shall follow us all the day of our lives and we will dwell In the house of the Lord forever United Presbyterian The FunThere la a certain expression in his face which repel you sad when he peeks yes uderatead the zesop IM f MM llaVe tM I YIS3tsWla THE SUNDAY Ir1Lr sen In the International for May B imolJu and Peter Prepared by II C Jenln tor l Tills LESSON TKXT Juhn n16Z15 So when they had dIned Jesus suit to Simon 1etrr Simon son of Jonas lovest thou Me more than thrseT lie faith unto Him Yes Lord thou known that I love Thee He salth unto him flyd My lambs 16 lie salth to him again the second time Simon son of Jonas lovtst thou MrT lie smith unto Him Yea Lord Thou knowcst that 1 love The lie sash unto him Kent My sheep 17 lie sRlth unto rim the third time Simon son of Jonas lovtst thou MeT Peter was grieved because Hr raid Unto him the third time Lovrst thou MoT And he said unto Him Lard thou knowcst all things Thou knowest that I love This Jesus salth unto him Feed myhrep- Is Verily verity I say unto llitv When thou wust young thou gitdtdst thyself and wilkrJit whither thou wuuldesti but when thou shalt be old thou shalt stretch forth thy hands and another shall gird Thee and entry thee whither thou wouldest nuIa death he should glorify God And when lie had spoken this II smith unto him Follow Me 3 Then Paler turning about sseth the dltclple whom Jesses lovtd following which also leaned on Jill breast supper and sail Lord which Is he that bctrayeth Thee SI Peter seeing him smith to Jesus Lord and what shall this nun 40T n Jesus with unto him If I will that he tarry till I crane what Is that to thee follow thou Me UOLIIKX TKXTlluvrl thus Mf Johii JlilT NGTKB AND COMMKNT8 The lesson properly Includes nllof the twentyfirst chapter of John Gospel An analysts uf the chapter follows aFlhln6V13JessRestoration of Peter V 163 The Disciples in nKMilng Tiber his U another name for the sea of Galilee Hy this time the dlaclllrll had returned from Jerusalem to meet lesUN Matt 287 10 In Galilee Kv 1 dently they had gone about their or dinary occupation In the little company of thin Irsnon there were Peter James John Thoiuat Na thaniel and two other whose names are nut given On Peters proposal they all entered a bunt to spend thu night fishing Jesus ApiMrars to Them Morning came without a fish having been caught Jrnus stood on time share In the dim daybreak light none rrcog muted Him Then HP hulled then and Inquired of their nutvets Then Ho suggested they cut their seta on the other side the heat It Is said that men standing on the bank or cliff ran tell the presence of a shoal of fish by the color of the water while fish rrmrn close to the shoal will often nut notice theta This makes the stmt gesllnn of Jrsits a very natural one and explain why the dlsclplr did not recognize Him stoner Thry did n He snppmtril and their nil wies filled Then John looking apnln recognized that It was Jesus and told Peter so The impetuous Peter Immediately swam ashore thr others coining In the boat mind Inking care of the fish they timid gathered Into the net Jesus and the disciples breakfasted together thrrr on the shore- itestoration of PeterIt has been noted hy one of the writers tlllItrhad denied his Lord beside a lire of coals Jt Is now beside a fire of coals that he III fully restored as a flohcr of men Immediately after breakfast quutlolI throe It will be seen that this whole Incident Ia counterpart to another Incident which occurred just before the crucifixion Peter had boasted If all shall he offended In Thee I will never be offended Jesus recalls this boast In the words more then these Peter did not directly answer the question he simply said Thou knowest that I pore Thee Then JelullalthIII My lambs Lambs mean the young and feeding them spiritualthingsed As Peter denied Jesus three times ao three times he now was asked to declare his lore for Him and three times admonished to his Christian work He was not only to lead the young Isnibn but also to guide the older ones sheep One writer re marks Feed His lamb would be a proof of Peters love and the means of increasing liU love and also the assurance from Jesus of restored confidence and favor alncn He would intrust these tenderest ones to his cart After bring restored to his place aa a faithful disciple of Jeans the Lord pointed out that Peters haul would yet be followed out and that lie would follow hissurd even unto death vs 18 10 Then Peter thought of John nod asked concern ing bin work timid If he too should die for the cause Jrxus answered that Peter wan to do Peters work not Johns A significant touch Is given this narrative aa John Indl cates concerning the story that got abroad that he John should pot die that there was an emphasis on the Ir of Jesusi If I will tha he tarry till I come what Is that to three So we are all to go on with our own peculiar work iteour own late and do all with amp single to the glory of God Rant Horn rotate Beneficence Is butter than benevo lenceThere Is always a tree for every ZaccEeus Unless He Is supreme He Is not the Havlour The runaway tongue riilsea the dust of scandal Be who Is seeking comfort cannot win the conflict Often he who moat fears life is least afraid of death The law and the Gospel are liar BOTJTsd lu the law of love JI s I I JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CIIAlTiiJ XXVI Continued I piihHfd the train with this young 0wuuu l unit her futher sold lie We together viie night nod belts UK was a fritwl of yourn she give me u tiilU Iooty tall lulUlii t wuz nnil I wax teihcd In a new KKit Ive fen menu UK muck ever Kenee situ IIHIIH to nit mi religion and when 1 git Inline Im golu to swing clear of tin Mormon Church rf I ken cut dear mind emigrate to Oregon So Hamm night next lime you come out youll Unit me on a claim there out to the Wllllaniclte or the lmi qua jnnt UN much like a gentlcinanM park In England UH one gruhshupper IK to unother only they hulnt got nu such mountains to Iii ginnll UK Ill show youlluirWell lake well try to pay you our respects We hastened on Why pause for our adventures They wire hilt Ipl nodes along our new gallop of three This time It WIIH out restless anxious gallop We lull no doubt but that In good time we Nhoilhl overtnko our frlemU In regions where men are not shut ulong the right arm when they protect Insults duiucs I Brent was hlniHelf again We rode I hard llhhlnlph wits IIM tine n fellow u my grandmother England tans nntt hcrtil Kind an Englishman vital enough to lie u routeouter mad you Lair found a man worthy to tie thn prey of an American with Yankee education WeHteru scope wad Call IrrIJlrllhllllI Often wet woke at night and found our hlvouac Mieeted with call snowa cool shirt hut luckily outitlde our warm lilanketH It teas full Deeeinher when the ptnfiiN left tu fill buck and lieueheil us llHMI the outer edge of rlvlllallnii at lndeMndence Mis souri The muddy Missouri WUM running dreg SteumlHiutn were tired of skipping from windlmr to sand txtr CaptainIlie didnt stop trying to make her liftI herself or tin dump country by tier braces No more steamhoatlng on tin yellow ditch until there was n Hue until the Ilutte writ down sandI three mind water one or the Yellow I stone mud three tad enter our or the MUkourl procr grit three unit water onu We III II lit travel liy land to St Ixiuls and rnllroiuU- We could go with our horses UN faitt m the slngeconchcR So we sold our puck beats und Marled to continue IlIurgallop of three across Missouri halfway aeroHH we stopped onn evening at the mean bent tavern In a I menu town n frowzy county town I with a dusty public square a boxy e church end n spittlcy court house Kit Mitertolnmeiit for beast the tarr run offered We saw our horses 1atulded nod haul our Mip er r a we go Into the Spittoon i anld Itlddulph- CrrtaUJy said Hreut The bare t roomI am sorry to hear you njnak t of It with foreign preJudicela an Institution and merlin study Agree l UJMHI the which the barroom In linnet is also an Imttltutlon- Wellr I came to study American hi II tI I III kill II Let uii go In and take ft whiff of disgust I ItIlIterlllllllllJt for brute thee barroom offered In that clubroom tvc found the brute class drinking e wearing spitting squabbling over the price of hemp And the price of a nigger mind talking whnt It called 1 10II tIIll I One tnll tmculrnt Tike the loud I set of nil that hlatnnt crew seemed to llrenl and myself an old acquaint mice We hind seen him or his double I somewhere But neither of UN could tit him with N pedestal In our long 1 gallery of memory Saints one take e pains to rememWr unit their scenes but satyrs An Imaginary being part man mill port brute one endeavor I to pose c lave you had enough of the Spit I toms I nuked Ilhldnlph Shall WI I go up Theyve put us nil three In I the name room but blvuuncx In the I ante big roomIIIJollllllirr what we are best used toe Two and n half beds one broken I trtickcd chair a waHhntand decked I with an ancient fringed towel and an Abandoned toothbrush one torn sUp I per aunt a stovepipe hole furnished r our hedrhamber- We were about to cant lots for the I11I11thl11 when we henna two men nut ter the next room The partition was only paper panted over lath and nut up as If a harder Hufllan nienilier of S Congress land practised at It with a t bowieknife before it Hiredlight Ev lrrword of our neighbors ime to JIM They were talking of n slave bar thoughIfKlght hundred dollars wild thel first speaker and his yoke startledI IIH 115 If n dead man we knew lured pnkcn JIght hundred thats the top of my pill fur that boy Kf he wnrnt BO old mid hadnt opt eye poked out I agree hell bti wilth n IIUI more ail trades n trade Ill Inks yer tump Count out yer it I men nnd Ill fill out n blank bill of sale Murker tIlt bnys yourn Murker we both started at the nnme Thin wan the satyr we had observed In the barroom haul Fu lanos victim crept from under his cairn stone plle In Luggernel Alley and chased us to take flesh here hitch harm us iigain Such u superstitious thought crossed my Blind 1 IT I I The HkcncRH look voice and name was presently accounted fors Youre lookln fur yet brother out front Sacramenter lout now I recU on said the trader He wax comln cross lots with a man named I arrup n pnrdrner of lilsn Like enough theyve stayed over winter In Snit Luke They oughter rake down a inoit it mount nlnoiiH tulle tinny- Mormons IK Hush anti unrcy with their illmes Hence the emigration Xow thnrs yer hill of sale till right And thurs yer iioney all right That lures Wilt f call u scrcechln good price fur nn old one eyed nigger Kourtcen hundred dollarsun all fired price U Klght hundred you mean No fourteen Yer site youre not up ter tuline on the nigger question I know em like u claurch steeple When I bought that cure boy now cumin three year I seed he Will u uprightly nigger pre er per ambitious hurt what would Ixi mighty apt to Jell fractious tan be tnakln trucks unless 1 gut a holt ou him Su scr I to him Hum youre a sprightly rig gar one of the real ambitious sort now iilncher lit allowed he warnt nothlu else1Vual sez I Hum howd yoU like t buy yourself an hn a free nigger an her a house of yer own an u woman of yer own all Jens like white folks Ior sex he Miixita Id like It n heap Waal sec I you Jess scrabble round an raise me seven hundred dollars an Ill sell you to yourself an cheap nt thud So yer nee he began to puy uptutu I gut U holt on him Hes n handy nig ger an a likely nigger nn a poplar trigger ire ken play on ther fiddle Ilk taluemistyIllgh n mlnstrll Is that mire nigger He ken cut hulr an fry beefsteuk with ityry man lie ken drive tears an tin a little jlner work nn shoe n mule when thar aint no rcglnr blacksmith round lie made these yer boots un reglar stompvrs they Is lies out er them thlrriipy smllln niggers with white teeth an genteel manners what erlt Urns an fouks nutrally takes to Waul he picked up the hits and quar tern right snarl lies ben ut It lam niln ahead runt ambitious for bout three year Last Sunday after shunts he plated up the lust ten of the six hundred So I allowed t wuz come time to sell him He wuz get tin his head drawl nn isle dees sot on freedom very ouhenlthy I didnt like to disappoint him to ther hist so I allowed t wiu jest as well to lit you her him cheap to go down River That how to work them fmet Ions runaway niggers That res my patent You ken her It for uothln Haw haw Haw haw haw You are one er ther boys Im dinn sorry that are trick cant IH did twice on the name nigger I reckon he knows too much fur that Waal spouc we walk round to the calnlnioie fore we go to bed an see ef hes chained up all right They wrist out Illddulph spoke first Shame Yes wild Brent do you wonder that we leave to run nwny to the ockys and s eiid our Indignation on Ifrb7IIIWhRt are we going to do now Try to abolish slivery In Hams ease Come well go buy him n file We went to have business with the Murker family scald I A lard lot they are Representa live brutes J anr getting a knowledge of mull classes on your continent said Hid dulph Some I like better than others Dont be too harsh ou us mal contents for the sin of slavery It U un ancestral taint We shall burn it out Infore many decades You hind better or It will set your own house on tire It wits late as we walked along the itreets channels of fever nnd augur now frozen up for the winter We wtw n light through it shop door and hammered stoutly for admission A clerk longhaired und frowzy opened ungraciously In the back shop were three others also long- haired and frowsy dealing cards and drinking a dark compost from turn blersPort wine whispered Brent Fine Old London Dock Tort Is the favorite beverage when the editor the lawyer the apothecary and the merchant meet to play euchre In Mis souriWe bought our files from the surly clerk and made for the calaboose It- was a stout log structure with gritted windows At one of thirst by the low moonlight we saw u negro It was mid and late Nobody was near We hailed the nail Ham Thats me Maasa- Yourn sold to Murker to go south tomorrow morning If you want to get free catch llrent tossed htm up the files Catch again said Illddulph and up went n rattling purse Knglunds subsidy Iains white teeth and genteel innilers appears1 at once He grlnnnli npd whispered thanks I s that ql VI run do asked jp llliroutt on ye wpjkffl al- lViesytlil HrFRt liking a nasal lone HuniH tt popinr nigger u- ttundv nigger one er your rnut niubt tlnuH sort He kin put hAir fry n beefsteak and playon the fiddle like a mlnstrll He ken shoe n mule ilrlvn u team do n little jlner work and make stompers Yes Itlddulph trust him to gnaw himself free with that Connecticut ruttull lIam against Juphet I hope hell winNow said Brent that weve put In action Christs Golden Rule Jeffer sons Declaration of Independence ad Alltkewlwlom Preamble to UM Iolltllllllllll we can sleep the sleep tl we have two man ttcalers and one the brother of a murderer only papered off from us CHAITKH XXVII KlLANOS HIOODSTAIN What a horse beyond all horses yours 1111utd Jllddulph to me next morning us we rode along cheerily DeI I you will beat our Island I trIpisltneblgthoughtwith the ozone fresh air of tills morning as If he had been In the stable u week Kulano felt my commendation He became electrified lie stirred under me I gave him rein lie shook him self out and begun to recite Isle uc Co III p1sll mutest te Whatever gait he laud In Mil legs together or portion of a leap In gllIlleula1I0lls In the air before or heels In the air behind whatever serpentine writhe or sinewy bend of the body whatever surve of the proud neck fling of the head signal of the ear toss of the attune whisk of the tall he knew ill these he repeated to remind isle what a horse he was and justify my praise What a horse Indeed How fur away from him every lub berly roadster every hack that en lures the holidays of a tailor every grandpapas cob every sloueher In a alkyl Of other race and other heart was this steed both gentle nail proud lit was still able to be the better half of u knighterrant when n hurger worth u kingdom must be hllelhlll Ijove needed his mighty planes In tilt bottle with Brutality lie was willing now in piping times of pence to dance along Ills way any comrade to the same luilghter unt riding homeward a quiet gentleman with armor dotted and unsus pecting further war What spurt we had together that minting We were drawing near the suit of our journey Sot that that was to part IIMI No he was to be my companion still I had n vision f him In n paddock with a fine young ellow not unlike myself putting Ills head while an oldish fellow not un like myself In fact very me with mother quarter of a century on my wad told the story of the Gallop of Three and the wild charge down fuggernel Alley to that unwearying tndltor while n lady very like my den of a wife stood by and thrilled igaln to the tale Such a vision I had of KnlanoH future But now that our journey was end ng he and 1 were willing on this ex hilarating winters tiny to talk It ever What land he gulned by the hatters by flood nail fled we had en onnlered together I hiixe trot gone Kulano notified me two thousand miles since my lonely riderless days among the ends of ierrlan sluice our first meet ing on the prairie and my leap h rough the loop of Joses lassoI rave not gone my leagues of contl lent for nothing See what lessons I have learnt hanks to you my schoolmaster This s my light step for heavy sand this H my muttons step over pebbles my high step over boulders my easy jmwanteful traveling gait my sudden itop without unseating my rider so I swerve without shying and so I spring Into top speed without a itniln Your ladylove could canter tie your baby could walk me be muse 1 please to be your friend my friend slut you know me I am the untamable still except by love And then he rehearsed the gaits le hall studied from the creature ou the plains Iook upper half of the Centaur he said In the Centaur language see how on antelope goes He doubled his legs under him and went off In high jerky leaps twice his length everyone Look A buffalo He lumbered along shoulders low bead handled like a battering rani mud tall htlff out like a steering oar Heres n gray wolf And he shambled forward In a Icosejolnted canter looking bask furtively like a thief lIorn he didnt itop to steal the other gtiose but ex sectliu Stop thief every minute And so go I Don Fulano the In lomltnble a chieftain of the chlefest rice below the Hainao go I when tvalk wce gallop run leap career tread space and time out of being to how the other half of the Cantaur ihlp what my half can do for the love of hil- iMnJnlfletntJ applauded Blddulph it Ids display Ills coquetries are as beautiful as i womans said Brent One whose iweet wiles fire nature not artifice And Iut lately trained to believe that a woman may have the myriad barn of soy withdrawal and yet lot be the trntorestj youth learns rom ancient cynics to fcnr ncoept 11 the coinpnriHOItt- Ah Herlc s Fulano that was our lust fair Passngt To be continued The tip of the tongue is chiefly sensible to pungent and acid tastes the niddel portion to sweets and bitters vhlle till buck Is confined entirely to he flavors of roast meats and fatty iuhfttanceft A Birmingham England druggist was fined 100 the other day for sell ng camphorated oil which contained rely 78 per rent of the quantity In the oil prepared according to the UriU Lanegeapasfa II THE ONE ABOVE ALL Dr Talmage Sounds Praises of the Wqrlds Redeemer He Pain Before Us the Portrait of Souse of lln Great llUclples and Kspoiieittn The Glories at leaven- Copyright 1901 by Louli Ktopsch N T- In this discourse Dr Talmage sounds the praises of the worlds Re deemer and puts before us the por traita of some of Ills great disciples and exponents text John 3 31 lie that cometh from above Is above all The most conspicuous character of history steps out upon the platform The finger which dlamondtd with light pointed down to Him from the Bethlehem sky was only a ratification of the finger of prophecy the finger of genealogy the finger of chronology the finger of events all five finger i pointing In one direction Christ U the overtopping figure of all time He Is the vox huniana In all music the gracefulest line In all sculpture the most exquisite mingling of lights and shades In all painting the acme of all climaxes the dome of all catbedraled grandeur and the peroration of all splendid language The Greek alphabet Is made up ol 64 letters and when Christ compared Himself to the first letter and the last letter the alpha and the omega He appropriated to Himself all the splen dory that you can spell out with thou two letters and all the letters between them I am the alpha and the omega the beginning and the end the first and the last or If you prefer the words of the text above ell- I t means after you have piled up all Alpine and Himalayan altitudes the glory of Christ would have to spread its wings and descend a thousand leagues to touch those summits Iellon a high mountain of Thesialy Ossa n high mountain and Olympus a high mountain but mythology tell us when the giants warred against the gods they piled up these three moun tarns and from the top of them pro posed to scale the heavens but the height was not great enough and there was a complete failure And after all the giants Tsnlah and Paul prophetic and apostolic giants Itophael and Michael Angelo artistic giants cherubim and seraphim and- arebangelcelestial giants have failed I to climb to the top of Christs glory they may all well unite In the words of the text and say He that cometh from above is above all First Christ must be above all else manybooksthrough the world that all laymen at well as all clergymen have made up their minds what sermons ought to be That sermon Is most effectual which most pointedly puts forth Christ as the pardon of all sin and the nor rection of nil evil Individual social political national There U no reason why we should ring the endless change on a few phrases There are those who think that If an exhortation or a discourse have frequent mention of justification sanctification covenant of works andcovenant of grace that therefore It must be profoundly evan gellcal while they are suspicious of a discourse which presents the same truth but under different phraseol ogy Now I say there Is nothing In- all the opulent realm of AngloSax oulsm or all the word treasures that we Inherited from the Latin and the Greek and the IndoEuropean but we religiousdlscuesiun Ills illustrations were from the grass the flowers the spittle the salve the barnyard fowl the crystals of salt as well as from the seas and the stars and we do not propose In our Sunday school teaching and In our pulpit ad dress to be put on the limits I know that there Is a great deal said thoughtheymisused but they have an Imperial power They are the bridge between soup and soul between Almighty God end the human race What did God write upon the tables of stone Words What dish Christ utter on- t QllIt Olivet Words Out of what dd Christ strike the spark for the Illumination of the universe Out of words Let there be light and light was Of course thought U the shipbutwithout the ship What you need yourSundoatory institutions and what we all need Is to enlarge our vocabulary when we come to speak about God and Christ and Heaven We ride a few old words to death when there is suchan illimitable resource Shakespeare employed 15000 differ alt words for dramatic purposes Mil ton employed 8000 different words for poetic purposes Rufus Choate employed over 11000 different words for legal purposes but the most of its have less than 1000 words that we can manage less than 300 and that pikes us so stupid When we come to set forth the love of Christ we are going to take the tenderest phraseology wherever we find Itand If it his never been used In that direction before all the more shall we use It When we come to peak of the glory of Christ the con queror we are going to draw our Indies from triumphal arch andora torlo und everything grand and stu pendous The French navy have 18 flogs by which they give clgnal but those 18 flags they can put Into 68000 different combinations And I have to tell you that these standards of the cross may be lifted into combine tions Infinite and varieties everlast lag And let me say to young men who are alter mwhU SSftff to pnssh 0 n Jesus Christ you will have the larg est liberty and unlimited resource You only have to present Christ in your own way- Jouathan Edwards preached Christ In the severest argument ever penned and John Bunyan preached Christ In the Bubllmest allegory ever composed Edward Payson sick and exhausted leaned up against the side of the pul pit and wept out his discourse while George Whitefleld with the manner and the voice and the start of an actor overwhelmed his auditory It would have been a different thing if Jonathan Edwards had tried to write and dream about the pilgrims prog ress to the celestial city or John Bun yan had attempted an essay on the human will- Brighter than the light fresher than the fountains deeper than the seas are these Gospel themes Song has no melody flowers have no sweetness sunset sky has no color com pared with these glorious themes These harvests of grace spring up quicker than we can sickle them Kindling pulpits with their fire and producing revolutions with their power lighting up dying beds with their glory they are the sweetest thought for the poet and they are the most thrilling illustration for the orator and they offer the most In tense scene for the artist and they are to the embassador of tie sky all enthusiasm Complete pardon for the direst guilt Sweetest comfort for ghastliest agony Brightest hope for grimmest death Grandest resurrec tion for darkest sepulcher Oh what a Gospel to preach I Christ over all In it Ills birth Ills suffering Ills miracles His parables Ills sweat IIII tears Ills blood Ills atonement Hit intercession what glorious themes Do we exercise faith Christ is its object Do we have love It fastens on Jesus Have we a fondness for the church It is because Christ died for It Have we a hope of Heaven It Is because Jesus went ahead the herald and the forerunner The royal robe of Demetrius was so costly so beautiful that after he had put It off no one ever dared put It on but this robe of Christ richer than that the poorest and the wan nest and the worst maywear Oh my sins my sins said Mar tin Luther to Staupltz my sins my sins I The fact Is that the brawny German student had found a Latin Bible that had made him quake and nothing else ever did make him quake and when he found how through Christ ho was pardoned and saved he wrote to a friend saying Come over and join us great and awful sinners saved by the grace ol God You seem to be only a slender sinner and you dont much extol the mercy of God but we who have been such very awful sinners praise His grace the more now that we have been redeemed Can It be that you are so desperately egotistical that you feel yourself In firstrate spir itual trim and that from the root of the hair to the tip of the toe you are earless and Immaculate What you seed la a looking glass nnd here It Is in the Bible Poor andwretched and miserable and blind nnd linked from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot full of wounds and putrefying sores No health In us And then take the fact that Christ gathered up all the notes against us and paid them and then offered us the receipt And bow much we need Him in our sorrows We are independent of cir grllceWhy geon and under that grace St John from desolate Patmos heard the blast of the apocalyptic trumpets After all other candles have been snuffed out this is the light that gets bright er and brighter unto the perfect day and after under the hard hoofs of calamity all the pools of worldly en joyment have been trampled into deep mire at the foot of the eternal rock the Christian from cups of granite lily rimmed and vine covered puts out the thirst of his soul bylightshaft a ledge of rock may fall upon us and we may die a miners death Far out at sea falling from the slippery ratlines and broken on the hal yards we may die a sailors death On mission of mercy In hospital amid broken bones and reeking leprosies philanthroplsts battle serving our pod and our coun try sluga through the heart the gun carriage may roll over us and we may die a patriots death But after aU there are only two styles of de parture the death of the righteous and of tha wicked and we all want to die the former God grant that when that hour comes you may be at hornet You want the hand of your kindred in your hand You want your children to surround you You want the light on your pillow front eyes that have long reflected your love You want the room still You do not want any curious strangers standing around watching you You want your kin dred from afar to hear your last prayer I think that is the wish of all of us But is that all Can earth ly friends hold us when the billows of death come up to the girdle Can human voice charm open Heavens gate Can human hands pilot us through the narrows of death into Heavens harbor Can an earthly friendship shield us from the arrows of death and In the hour when Satan shall practice upon us his infernal archery No nol Alas poor soul if that is alit Better die in the wit derness far from tree shadow and far from fountain alone vultures circling through the air waiting for our body unknown to men and to have no burial if only Christ would say through the solitudes I will never leave thee I will never foraake tbso X ra 1o1tfIMa oii two a Adder would soar heavenward angels coming and going and across the tolltudc and the barrenness would some the sweet notes of heavenly minstrelsyGordon Hall far from home dying n the door of a heathen temple sold Glory to Thee 0 Gosh What did lying Wllbcrforcc say to his wife Come and sit beside me and let us talk of leaven I never knew what happiness was until I found Christ What did dying Hannah More sa- To go to Heaven think what that Isl To go to Christ who died that I might live Oh glorious gravel Oh what n glorious thing it is to filet Oh the love of Christ the love of Christ What did Mr Toplndy the great hymninakcr say in his last hour Who can measure the depth of the third Heaven Oh the KIIII shrine that fills my soul I shall soon be gone for surely no one cast livo here after such glories as God has manifested to my soul What did the dying Janeway say I can as easily die ns close my eyes or turn my head In sleep Before a few hours have passed I shnll stand on Mount Zion with the one hun dred nUll fortyfour thousand nnd with the just men made perfect and we shall ascribe riches nnd honor and glory and majesty and dominion unto Cod and the Lamb Dr Tay lor condemned to burn at the stake on his way thither broke away from the guardsmen and went bounding and leaping and jumping toward the fire glad to go to Jesus and to die for Him Sir Charles Hare in his last moment had such rapturous vi sion that he cried Upward upward upwardl And so great was the pence of one of Christs disciples that ho put his lingers upon the pulse in his wrist and counted it and observed Its halting bents until his life had ended lucre to begin In Heaven But grander than that was the testimony of the wornout missionary when in tho Mamartino dungeon he cried I nm now ready to bo offered and the time of my departure is at hand I have fought the good fight I have finished my course I have kept the faith Henceforward there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous Judge will give me in that day and not to me only but to all them that love His appearing Do you not sec that Christ Is above all in dying allevia tionsToward the last hour of our earth ly residence we are speeding When I see the spring blossoms scattered I sny Another season gone forever When I close the Bible on Sabbath night I say Another Snb bnth departed When I bury a friend I any Another earthly at traction gone forever What nimble feet the years have The roebucks and the lightnings run not so fast From decade to decade from sky to sky flirt po nt n bound There Is a place for us whether marked or not where yon and I will sleep the last sleep and the tacit are now living who will with solemn trend carry us to our resting place Brighter than a banqueting hall through which the light feet of the dancers go up and down to the sound of trumpeters will be the sepulcher through whose rifts the holy light of Heaven strenmcth God will watch you He will send ills angels to guard your slumbering ground until at Christs behest they shall roll away the stone So also Christ is above all In Heaven The Bible distinctly says that Christ is the chief theme of the Celestial ascrip tion all the thrones facing his throne all the palms waved before his face all the crowns down at his feet Cherubim to cherubim sernphlm to seraphim redeemed spirit to redeemed spirit shall recite the Saviours earthly sacrifice Stand on sonic high hill of Heaven and In all the radiant sweep the most glorious object will be Jesus Myriads gazing first afterward breaking forth Into acclamation The martyrs nil the purer for the flame through which they passed will say This Is Jesus for whom we died The apostles nil the happier for the ship wreck and the scourging through which they went will say This Is the Jesus whom we preached at Corinth and in Cappa docia and at Antioch and at Jerusa lemLltUe children clod In white will pay This Is the Jesus who took us In His arras and blessed us and when the storms of the world were too cold nnd loud brought us into this beautiful place The multitudes of the bereft will say This is the Jesus who comforted us when our heart broke Many who hAd wandered clear off from God and plunged into vagabondism but were saved by grace will say This Is Jesus who pardoned us We were lost on the mountains and he brought us home We were guilty and He mnde us white as snow Mercy boundless grace unparalleled And then after ench one has recited his pe cullar deliverances and peculiar mercies recited them as by solo nil the voices will come together in a great chorus which shall make the arches reecho with the eternal reverberation of gladness and pence ouch triumph Edward I was so anxious lo go to the Holy Land that when he was about to expire he bequeathed 160000 to have his heart after bis decease taken and deposited in the Holy Land and his request wns complied with But there are hundreds today whose hearts are already in the holy land of Heaven Where your treasures are there are your hearts also John Bun yan of whom I spoke at the opening of the discourse caught n glimpse of that place and In his quaint WRY he said And I heard in my dream and lo the bells of the city rang again for joy and as they opened the gates to let III the men I looked in after them and lo the city shone like the sun and there were streets of goldand men walked on them harps In their hands to sing praises with alland after that they shut up the gates r Ii1r Richmondlt The CITIZEN Man spout n day in Richmond last week nUll behold sonn things pleasant to tho eyes and some otherwise than pleasant Wo will say nothing of the unpleasant sights only that ho was sorry to seo bright looking youths in grey uniform going in and coming out of places from which carne fumes of sour beer and other things ns bad with tho sound of billiard balls anti maudlin talkal so the number of idlers white and black congregated on the front steps and platforms of many houses of bad business on tho east silo of UK public square romiding him of a fro quont sight in South Florida wiz the Buzzard Roosts the pleasant things to remember are too numerous to rennet in de tail Very pleasant accomodatiot was found at the boarding house of Mrs Henderson opposite the Glyn don By bargain prices and good management E V Elder has built a splendid business but ho needs moro room and better windows for display By tho way there is hardly a business house on Min St bnt what is cramped for room and is poorly lighted Ono merchant said There is but httlo hope for better accommodations until wo have a fire o an earthquake our landlords wont improve the property Neff the Pigeon man told mo that his sou had gone to Now York with n car load ol eggs and poultry he is buying ISOOOC eggs a day and ho would buy more if ho would put n good ad in the CIT IZES Coviugton Banks wore as busy as bees Thirteen customers for clothing shoes etc wero at the counters when the C M went Into the store Their stock is melting un der tho spring breezes Douglas Bros worn closed becauso of a sad bereavement Their mother Mrs Alfred Douglas Sr died Thursday morning and was buried Friday at 3 p in The deceased was a most es timablo Christian woman and the neighbors say nothing but great good of tho family who mourn her death A very nicely served wholesome lunch was enjoyed at Joes1 but ho needs two more smart clerks you have to wait too long Shackleford R Co are selling lots of implements now the winter weather has past and Douglas C Simmons aro tending out lots of two horse wireless checkrow corn planters The manufacturers of this implement have a man on tho ground to show you how Oldham the Furniture man anti Oldham the Dry Goods man both have good stocks and are pushing business There is a Wholesale Grocery firm Kellogg C Withenbury who are just opening up they will do well for instead of keeping on their trotting harness they wore togged out for work and were wrestling boxes and barrels like old hands Zaring is making fine flour and those who uso it say it is ex cellent Stout the Tailor says the winter weather ten days ago played smash with his spring trade but he hopes to more than make up for it this summer Tho Langdon Croasy Co on East Main St are selling gro conies tinware seeds china etc at very low prices a little money will buy a lotot goods at their store A visit to Hobson the Dentist found him busy at work and with lots of work ahead A lady told me that Hobsons work was most satisfactory and his prices low Hobson gave tho C M an ad Tho newspaper men as always were very kindly and cordial a more courteous lot of gentlemen than the business men of Richmond it would be hard to findC M Correspondence Clay County IOle girl Born to Joe Davis and David Woods it Co have moved their steam mill from the head of Ot ter creek to near the mouth The oldest child of Alex Freeman died last wook The show was six inchos deep hen last week People are very busy farming Owsley County Gabbard Lincoln Bolin and J S Reynolds of Eversole wore here ThursdayThere no saloons in this county and consequently we are peacablo Vote for A C Hyden BO wo can keep out the rum prosper Born to Mr and Mrs L Colo a boyJand Albert Gabbard and R W Minter were at Boonville last weekSome thieves broke into tho store of Alfred Eversole and stole clothing worth SSO M H Gabbard of Eversolo is suffering with infatuation of the bladder You will do well to send to B Cod dington IC Co Beroa Ky for a circu lar describing their poultry and nni mal fumigator You need this ma chine if you raise chickens turkeys or any thing of tho kind that is if you want them to bo free of vermin See their advertisement on this page Bourbon County MlllersburR Mr Dave Wilson and Miss Allen were quietly married Thursday night at resl deuce of Eld W H Bowen Rev P H Wilson of Georgetown passed through this city en route to the Sunday school Institute at Car lisle Ho preached for us Wednes nightEld H Bowen and family and Miss Loucile Jefferson attended the Sunday school Institute at Carlisle Saturday Rev John Jones pn1 chod an elo quent sermon at the Methodist- church Wednesday night On account of water the burial of Mrs Rosa Ann posyoned front Saturday toMonday The of Mrs Thos Hughes lost Monday was largely attended Mrs Hughes was a lovely Christain wile and mother Tho burial was at Carlisle cemetery Jackson County Kirby Knob Tho recant so rare weather has not injured the fruitTho Richardson Bros of Red Lick passed through hero last Fri day buying horsestock Rev Cassius Van Winkle of Berea conducted the services at Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday Robert Daugherty was ono of a party of four students who walked from Bores to Clover Bottom last Friday to try the fishing at that place Mr and Mrs D 0 Smirksof Drip Rock are visiting They will soon go to B rea where they will make their future home Last Friday a considerable party drove from Berea to explore the Garrett caves at tho head of ForkThe new two horse surrey ordered by Bicknell and Early Mrs Smith and Miss Baker of McKee broke down while Miss Baker WitS driving to Sunnay school at Kirby Knob spilling out the six occupants of the carriage Rockcastle County Disputauta Died Wednesday 23 little Larkin Abney eon of Wes Icy and Louise Abney aged 11 years The bereaved parents havo our deep sympathy Thomas Clark who has been sick for quite awhile is no better Alex Holt of Madison Co is visit ing his son T C Holt G V Owens and A T Abney have been visiting relatives on Brush Creek No More Vermin and its Attending EvilsO- ur Peerless Poultry and Animal will positively rid fowls and anima of lice It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Write at Once for Free Circular giving description prices and testimonials B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Central Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1845 and tho 5Cth Annual Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of seven months each aro required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established in tho West It w is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Fees are S100 each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Doan I 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio t yL THE GIT12ENBEREA KYMAY 2 1901 Mr and Mrs J W Anglin of Cli max are visiting relatives at this placeF Northern died of dropsy Thurs da 2T Preston Clark has bought Henry Calvins saw mill and a good business sawing for tho railroad C01lI pang nt Climax Madison County loytoutqviii Irvine Hnynei visited his motheriulnw Sunday Albert White and Jonas Fifo have gone to Cincinnati to remain a while regularC F Burnam is again at Rich moud working at tho Hendcrsot HouseWill Adams of Garrard county is visiting Mr and Mrs Shearer Mrs Violet Stowo attended church at SundayChas is reported ill at this writing Mason County Maysvlllo Mr Horace Banion Mayslickwill reside for awhile Wattle Johnson whose serious illness was mentioned recently diet Saturday morning His funeral was largely attended from tho Plymouth Baptist church Monday afternoon The sacred concert given at tin Bethelchurch Sunday evening was ono of the grandest features of the seasonEdward Gordon and Miss Fannie Boll weru united in tho bonds of wedlock last week Herbert Pearl and Miss Capitols rowers of this city were married in Cincinnati April 2S at tho home uC tho grooms uncle Tho contracting parties will make their homo in the Queen city Mr Harrison Price has a very lu dative position in a business house at Dayton Ohio CINCINNATI MARKETS nClURTED A 0 NOKMAK A CO CINCINNATI April an CATTLECommOn SJJii tS37fi II Butchers17G i 51G Shippers47G re 52- 5CALrrsChoice45O 550 II Large Cornmon300 IjJ 10- 0HoesCommon425 M 5 CO II Fair goodjight550 R70 It Packing5t5 M 575- SuaecGood tochoico375 125 Common to fair 250 J 3W sGood to choice 52T IJ 575 II Common to fuir400 IS 5X WHEAT No 2lled 77 t 771 CORsXo2 mixed 17 OATSNO 2 II 2- HIhcNo2 5Gr 59 LOUR Winter patent 370 W 400 II fancy 310 W 350 I Family210 rr 275 MILL FEED1G50 Ij 1750 IlATNro Timothy 1125 ft 1450 I No2II 1225 W 1275 No1 CloerI02i tJi 1075 No 2II 900 ft 950 LARD Prime steam 802 fcJ 802 DRY SALT MEATS Clear sides 810 Short ribs 8JJO Shoulders 071 Clea bullies 14 to SOlb 8G3 rr 875 BAcoxShort clear sides 800 II II ribsII 8 80 Clear bellies 915 980 HAMI Sugar cured 10J j ilk PODLTBV Springers per Ib 2ii30Fr- yers 10 12- Heavy hens 8 Light hens 9 Roosters 5 Turkey hens 8 Toms 7 DucksI 8 Eaos Fresh near by 111 Goose HIDES Wet salted G Q 7 No 1 dry salt 10 Bull ilhLamb skins 40 TALWW Prime city5i 61 Country 4 arIVo- oLUnwashed medium combing 21 2r Washed long 26 M 27 Tub washed 25 l 30 FEATHERS Geeso now nearly white 42 gray to average 84 40 Duck colored to hlte 28 fJ UT Chicken white no quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 15 THE HOME Edited by Miss GRACE J Initructor In Domestic Science Here College Tho Table It is certain as has been said by ono writer that tho ability to spread or lay a table properly is ono of the distinctive qualifications that make a rennet and capable housewife It is essential that the family boapl should bo arranged prettily if not handsomely and it is oven more important that tho furnishings and occessoriei should be disposed to yield the great cst possible amount of comfort and convenience under prevailing domes tie circumstances While we nit bond with more or less submission to pro railing customs our flexibility do pending as much upon our temperaments as our intelligence personal regarding tho uso of ceremony and the value of simplicity may bo follow ed in a general way in most of our table formalities Tho size of tho family purse and tho quality of the service at command naturally have a derided effect upon such observances but neither will be capable of hinder ing a refined taste from expressing itself in the spreading of tho daily board it the homo is under the con trol ofa cultivated and practical mistressIt true that tho table should be laid as neatly for tho family alone Ins it is when guests are expected although there may be loss elaboration hall less cure bestowed upon purely decorative accessories Still there should always bo more or less of dec oration where it is practicable We must bear in mind the contra thought that tho table is the family gathering paco it is there that one should for get his cares and business For the husbandand father it is especially desirable even indispensable thai ho should maintain acquaintance with his wife anti children and as our sug gcsinbo sensible and genial A little color and brightness anti what ever contributes to please tho eye all well as add to creature comforts makes the cheer of eating and drink ing the greater But there are many homes those of hardworking hampered people who have to struggle steadily to make both ends meet where decorations cannot from the necessity ol the case bo considered Yet tho eye may bo pleased whets it rests upon tho table for the quality of neatness will assert ilmuldespite unfavorable surroundings and conditions The mother of several children who trust work hard from the break of day till luentlyhOl3night by the care of her household and who often without assistance has to three meals a day for her flltlll1yand if tho wifo of a farmer perhaps for several hired men besides cannot Ira expected to look much to the orunmentntiou of her table If sho can spread a clean tablecloth and place upon it shirring knives forks and spoon and well washed and pol ished dishes she has done all that could be expected loss than this her own best instincts will not tolnmto if who is by nature andeducation a woman of neatness anti good taste And it may well be added that these aro tho greatest of all table orna ments and the first in importance tho lack of whichcannot be supplied- by anything blse no matter how rich orpretentiousGiven B settingsimple moo erato or elaborate as the circumstan ces of the home warrant with tho right spirit animating those who gath er at tho board the table becomes in deed as in name the center a helpful restful refreshing spot about which shall cluster tbo sweetest recollections the holiest associa tions the true love and light of tho lives which have their representation there MRS ABTIIOB STAiiLET Good Housekeeping WASTED Capable reliable permit In every county to rtrnt large company of fiom clad Iter year payable nUolutefy lure and UjlClI wenotratghletona ade definite Misty no torn minion Mlary paid rxcH Satnrdganti expense money advanced each week HOUSE fir CIIICAUO BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students from 20 States Best College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Tnulo Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Node School General Education and fitting for advanced courses For Ihone sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domoatiu Science for young ladies Nornml CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education 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 be brought within 2400 about S14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Vice reident GEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky I Q THE SCHOOL Killtwl br J WDliumorc Dean ol the Nor mat Dtimrtmcnt llerva College Common Souse nintH In Arithmetic Two prime objects in teaching arithmetic are to acquire fikilljiu those computations which are of use in the affairs of life nun to train the lie ulties of tho mind for the brander and deeper problems which como to every one for solution Tho grammar grades of nil grade in school are time ones that will do work slovenly if permitted A chllrI nctoristic of mathematics bo exactness Accuracy ill nil and at all times must bo Insisted upon timid neat work must bo required both ou paper and at board When you send a boy to tho loam ho should first see that it is neatly erased Ilia nami and tho number of the problem is never to be omitted Next should follow a careful concise statement of his work This aids not only teacher and pupil but any ono who happen in as the superintendent Flue eras or should be sparingly used but use it when necessary Never permit tin hand to take its place Every llgur should bo tho boat time boy can inakt and all lines should bo drawn straight with no curves at the end This gives the board an appearance tin boy may IHJ proud of Another thing ho delights in is his ability to explain his work well and bo ready to answer any quwtionn which tho other pupils may raise His strength in giving to others what ho knows him self depends upon his training in mental arithmetic which inutt liars its place in every grade This habit of careful rending before tho solution is attompUxl shout be acquired This leads the pupil to reason and not to jump at eomo re membercd process lIe HPIVI the re lation of ideas before ho begins the work It saves much time and worry Rules and definitions should IN discovered by the child Do not tell what may bo found out by your careful guidance Do not get into a nit youCseand avoid nil superfluous terms rules formulas and mibdiviois The grammar grades ate the grades in which wo too frequently stay toe close to time book Lot ono of limo essential nines bo to make tho work practical Original problems by the pupils lend interest anti help to ac quire judgment Never permit an orignial problem to contain such statements M S7500 per thousand for ordinary lumber Thin pupil should Ism encouraged to visit places of business nnd sec for himself ex actly how it in carried on Thn car graiudealerare nil glad to mv children interested enough to investigate for themselves Such work an this BO fits the boy for the business world all to prevent such common remarks from the bush ness world an Our public school are not practical A boy cant do anything without his open to a cer tain rule Our books loo frequently dent with such problems ax How inches in a milot This is non comfrnhendltlItbe said for it Do not require pupils to do any thing they do not see a reason for and do not force them to R roo on difficult problems but carefully lend them and then see their eyes sparkle when they realize that they have seen through tho whole thing for themselves Nothing discourages quicker than forced reason More memory work should bo avoided in tables and rules which aro so mulch dreaded children Direct them and they tvfll make their own tables and rules and know them before they are aware of of it Everything you can make tho pupil feel ha has done for himself n point gained It is easier to tell tho facts and principals than to lead him to see them but lead him to see time facts end prin ciples oven if they are harder REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems articles ad vance news drawings photographs articles etc etc purchased Illlhlicatiollparticulars and full information be fore sending articles The Bulletin Press Association New York d THE FARM billed by 8 0 Profvuor Horti culture litre College The ideals in Vcgtable Gar dening The success of any business do ponds largely on tho clearness with which its promoter conceives of tho aims and purposes which ho is to at lain Many persons grow crops be cause their fathers grow them be cause they know how to grow thorn or because tho lund and locality are adapted to them This is well but it in better if time grower eau also plo ture to himself time destination of tho crops which he is to raise That is ho should grow a crop for n distinct purpose Good lamming like any other business in primarily n matter of Ideals There are two groat typos of vcg uabl growing growing for homo use nnd growing for market or commerci al profit Leaving aside for the iiiHtantthe special subject of home gardening wo may observe that market gardening is itself of two cato goritw that which grows products for tho common nod general markets nod that which grows them for par ticular or special markets In time former the products comyete with other lute products in time open mar knr they take their charges In tho latter time products are taken to somo special customer nud are re removed from general competition In tho former which is- generally kuowlt all unritet garden lug properby for till greater effort devoted to growing of tho crops and iu securing t man at such neaions thnt key contend with little competi tion Time chief skill required is that of time vegetablegrower for tho busl news of marketing ic relegated In the latter business much effort mutt IHt given to the hunting out of spec ial ctiHtomerti and markets hero tho skill of tho murkotmau in nonrlall Important as the skill of tho vrgo table grower Time growing of vegetables for the homo uso requires different abilit ies than that of gowiug for market Yore quality and a uniform and con slant are the denldorntii iu the market growing quality and at tract ouOllII nun H supply nt staled timitt or Mentions are tho do skletla Tho IIOIUOUHO garden should receive tho more minute and skilful caw to duvolop the utmost excellence in the product The moro discriminating time homo the eator in tho skill requinxl of tho gardener Timers is ns much skill required in securing a well grown mellon or n cauliflower is hi raimnx n violet or chvHnntheinumVegotablognrduning for time pur l oso of making moony In not an VHHV business In fact nothing easy If it is worth tho having Tho competi limn is great Time margin of profit is small There are rinkn incident to hwiHon diseases inmxts glut in milT kets Many of the products lint quickly perishable Quality generally counts for loss iu vegetable thnn in fruits Most vegetables nro culinary subjects not luxuries nnd the priers art therefore not high Nearly every jMrnou who has a bit of ground grows III tow vegetables In most cases ear limas is n primo requisite and to BPtttirn tho crop very requires lime closest attontiou to nil the ditnils of tho plantgrowing One must soften Sat a customer and this customer rarely takes pains to wait for tho produce of ono grower or to search for it in the market for tho supply of vegetables in unusually great consequently the mimll grower have to xxlllo his vegetables marketganlontrIhard lie must not expect great rowanl tho first your or two on a new tautpetplantgrower and a good husitegs- man ho will succeed If ho is only a ho will probably be a TheIpnllcipltsby L11 Bailey 00 YEARS 1kiGCXPERIENCE p TI1D AlAaxe Dcsmua CcPtniCHra Ac Anvnee endlnre etrhwndA may quick lI auarMln r ulwah n r wedermnrealina ia rnthaidy eatenlahb nnmunlea ll in syunndwtuilI imuntlw unlntcnli- tfMS Idea A4 fW eaM r icnm Ukcn Ibriuirh Jlunu A to rmlTf rj WtratkrwihnntrharealutLesltfif lititCKxnclr Illnilralod wwklf larval nItonnrtrIenUanlnarnai Trrmt3aroar tour month Ii b nowiMlm arkaranch Chicago College- of Dental Surgery Dtatil Utplrimtll ot Lib Forni Vnlrcnll- jrTiio Twentieth Annual Course nf Initmctlnn will iKuIu shoot October tat lieu tudlevabout lluy 1st1te Tlireo full winter ronreea of Irctiirniiarti roqnlrol licforo everyIi 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