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Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager lIh H1rung Stuff or Elated nud Our reqandenta- A4ml at 1M v Jat llmtl Ay Ieco41 4claw m4Umutlfer- f VOL A Filthily DEUBA MADISON KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 23 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 18 IDEAS Keop your lioo bright Nova do nny thing grudgingly A confirmed bnokbltor tlio lien Field pay today Lots of good Sport Lot IIH every ono give our namest moral support to our town oilicero Noun Shan bn Saved by Christ h1 only those who workout their tiol Wo cannot do without O and lie will not do without IIH Milt thew Henry Take Notice WEEKLY Piuvrn MKETIXH Heron Church Wwhuwlay 7lO pm- lliipttot Church Thursday 7101111 Second Church Monday 7U p m- WomeuH Prayer M outing 210 p m at the homo of JIrx Laura Kmlirco SLSDAV SKRVICES Heren Church Memorial Day SIr vices Henuou by Rev 11n111 Kobe 11 n SIiOuII Church Rev II Derthick lln II- InaltlHt Church Rev 11 F Aulick 11a in and 7akl p m Sunday school at Olfi n m churches Y MC A extension workout Hobtowu i 11 m Commencement nniiounremeiilH but page FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Sultan has promised to send a high olliciul to tho Ministera of tlto Powers to nK Ugiu for hits recent violations of thu foreign mail bags A bUllion passed tho British IIousu of Ionltl allowing the construction of a motor road from Manchester t LiverKX l to run thin al miles jn 1 minute Thu Mexican Government has granted concwHiou for raring for oil in various ports of tho country and exempts tho new industry from taxation for 10 yearn At a Beast newiion of the Constitutional Convention held Sun day night tho Pint I ntnendment was Mussed with but two distentiug votes null ask to havo the Isle o f IlrultClionddh IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho April fnxZO dwreawxl tho cornacreage of Tuunwwoo 10 per cent A coiipany has organized to dig a ship canal across tlin Florida Peninsula There vero 0 graduates this year from tho Tumpernnco University a t Hnrrinmn Teun Indian CommiKsioner Jones willI urgo tho unit Conga xs to paws a law looklu to the lQmlultOry l4hltlItion- or Indian children The crisis in the Morions Illness 0 tho wife of the President hats pa as and tho physicians hnvo announced that Mrs McKinley is out of danger and recovering Mm Lymau J Gage who of tho Secretary of thu Treasury tlilc1nt 030 p m Friday from nil illness following la grippe developed at the preHiduntial iunuuurutloii Thomas foreman of theI L t N blacksmith Hhops nt Now Do catur Aln and laboring mans canC didatu for inavor of Now Dwatur win elected by n plurality of Iii votes walaunchedPresident McKinley and tho members of the Cabinet with tim Governor of California and his staff wero In alteu dance Tho ntrikini employes of the United Traction Company Albany N Y after eleven of rioting and dis order have won their light for an in crease in wages nut tho right Jo bu leant in relation to grievances sCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho canning factory at Henderson burned Friday night Loss 10000 Insurance 10000 Gov Beckham has appointed John M Lansing of Boono circuit jud vice Judge J W Green deceased Declcclivo Qaxo have JOreektho present Saturday last at Stanford lightnII ing struck aunt killed Walter Martin injuring seriously Willie Uockor and n little HltOIlIJA terrine oarthciuako shock was toll at Greenup about 180 Tho electric lights worn out and tho whole tcwu nwakoneil rithoGIYartho IucatlonSltI ro yoke tho order designating Frankfort as official headmiarters of tho Eastern iillA drilling for oil in the Licking Valley ton miles oust tie Owingsvlllo has struck a vein nt n depth of BOO foot that produces 40 barrels of oil a day This is productive well they have sunk THE CITIZEN Locals and Personals Fresh bread at Bicknell t Early 0 M HawlingH was in London last week Robt Truelt hUH returned from Jackson Mrs T S Todd of London is vis Mm C I Ogg Itlion W B Smith was town alHncornl flays last week Shoo liargains Saturday at Doug Ins Bros Richmond Ky Ed Dalton of moan is on a viII it to his son James Dalton Bargain Day for Shoes Sadurdn at Douglas Bros Richmond Ky The telephone exchange hUll ju received long distance telephone Suva 25 per cent on Shoes by going to Douglas Bros Richmond Ky Saturday Mrs Laura Jones of Livingston was visiting relatives hero last Friday null Saturday Thin graduatingclaHs was entertain od Thursday evening by President and Mrs Frost- II Quito n party of young folks inteni Cnynt nt rorIIoun expects 0 outer Yule next year For 3rX you can get Tan Shoes worth ion Saturday at Douglas Broil Rirhmoud Ky gt Tho graduating class may known by the rent blue rap with IPO embroidered tho front Base ball this afteinoon Spreai lrelllnilnut Dr Gfo Miller who has lien hero on visit to his sister Miss Rose Miller loft Tuesday for Chicago Tho memlwre of Mr Teeters Sunday school clans presented him 1Iwith n tine picture Sunday morning Miss Elton Butner of Livingston and Miss Eva Dixon of Louisville have IHXJII visiting Mrs J J Branna man Thos C Adams Editor of tho Pan tagmph spout a tow days hero this week told made tho CITIZEN a pleas raft call Mm Eliza Yocum has rented a por lion of thin property of the lato fiat possessionJuno Dr Geo Holcomb who for severs years has been in tho West al Robt Holcomb of Maulden are in town thin week lox O Hayes of the Harrison it Co livery stable la asking tho court to ajoint a receiver to wind up tho- r tho firm todayjIlo will visit manual training schools in several largo cities Mrs J C Napier and children ol Cortersvillc have boon visiting friundt here this week Mm Napier ordere I the CITIZEN lo call all her for a year ritybetwconmilted in furor of Berea Score D8account of lack of apace we wero unable to give tho complete score Ladies who appreciate nice things should have worn ware ro plated E P Urner opfwsito Bur dettos Mill Berea x this work and also keeps tutu best Silver Cleaning material Today is Flout Day Exercises commence promptlyat 880 There are twenty a full list of contestants entered for each Next week wo will give a full list of events and tho winners in each contest Charlie and John Burdottn outer tained n number of friends Tuesday evening as n farewell reception to Edwin Embreo Those present wore Misses Shultz Baker Herman Cor tell Rogers and McKee Messrs Ernst H M Racer R and Edwin Embreo Tho CITIZKN has received from tho Kentucky Agricultural ExperimentINo Ul Cucumbers and Experiments with Po Scab also No l 2 Grapes Any ono interested may receive these hub by their address to M Scovillo Lexington Ky Misses Miller and Herman attended Dr Duo Miller and J C Chapin wont to Danville Saturday to witness tho ball Georgetown and Danville On account of rain tho Mondayloorgelovn rst time this season John and harlie Burdetto played with silo- eorgetown team The annual exhibition of Model given Tuesday night was enjoyedTho prosontlt1Lacktcntomil mention but wo cannot for bear special commendation to tho lit Frank Kiunajrd and tier tha King Birds nail Kenneth 1- AIlQlt nnl1 IiatVOtn Lodwick In Mr Duck and Mr Turkey contributed greatly to the entertaiumoat Madison County soldieaSaturday Juno 8 DaplilltChllrch baptizedW 0 spoken of us tho nominee for Sheri of Madison county on the Republi can ticket Imf Willis lice president of Ken tucky University will conduct white teachers instittito in Madison county this summer Prof Reynolds of thin Richmond Negro School will condo t MadyThe Richmond banks coutprOtnls- st i with the county ollicers on their con ty taxes flincH 07 at 80 per coal They will pay thin county about d 2 000 If you hero taught in tutu public schools of Keutuckeight years and a firstclans certificate ou may hn your certificate renewed l without ex amination Examinations for certificates to tench in this public schools of Madi son county will bo held as follows For white teachers the third Fridays and Saturdays of May June July tffCottnchersthotho pamo months Magistrates Court Quarterly Magistrates Court fo tho Glade District was held in force Saturday last Judge Gay presiding There woro 12critnnal auu 21 civi- cases on tho docket an follows 10CIIUIISU fine UOO II JHIIIOH Lucas cotitd II Evan Richardson coats III Jan 1nwton contd IIH John Walker coufd II Giovor Gentry mind Wai kor Reynolds fine S2M II lodges contd Sam Eden dismd I Joel Williams et al din missed II TH JerrrDInl1mdlllmiRlled IIH lie Walker dismissed a nnd Town of Berea vs A P Ramsey dismissed enILIJames Burnam cotnproinitiwl R G Ballard Turner Reid continued John Davis plaintiffOjudgt for plantilf J W Lambert plnntiffDudi for planlilT T E Elkins vs P T plantilt1Ym WilliamsdveTaldljudgtforplantiff halToy judgt for plantiff E B Wsl Into H C iudgt for a plnutiff E B Wallace vs Hiram Bo pOaLbnnlWallace vs T G Higgoubotham 3Davint re T O anti Alice MatthersJcontinued Bud Huff vs Harrison judgt for plantift paid m dunlplostet nil txn ulnry per rlar lwpthle I wecklp t IOr dy ahnlutrlpaure and all eI CII ofK tnlhtana rido Ucflnllo ultry no com mlmloniMUry paid each 8ltmUy and cxprnno xTANUAltlIIUUdIt A FEW FACTS ABOUT TILE R1 WEBER WAGON w alInRvItIt Is very long lived guaranteedThe wby It kts It ilTOPsoul jiv tiBlckuell DECORATION DAY Tho things which educate are the things of most importance Berea has un unusual number advantages in this direction Most of them here grown out of the presence of the cob logo but not all nro directly connect theseiarticle thoOox pedant that tho members will see to it that the thirtieth of May is observed as n day sot apart for tho loving ro oflfence of tho national unity Tills is Dnqtgraves with flowers is now so generally used that time associations cots netted with tho name ore sacred expedientro a sermon t veterans and their friends on Alto pr ceeding Sunday Since the organization of tho G R Post in Baron in 1800 both those occasions have been regular and feelingly observed On Sunday the comrades meet at the their monthly meetings Bro held and march in a to the Chapel with tho flag at tho front and wearing their memorial badges Thor sermon is adapted to tho occasion and tho day is one of special interest beian old Until 16iri tho addresses of Decora tion Day May BOth were delivered in tho College Chapel But as the audi onces have outgrown the capacity of the Chapel tho tabernacle has since been used Tho College cooperates with the Post gives up all regular re citations and helps make it a school of patriotism As annny as 1500 peo plo sometimes assemble Tho forenoon session begins promptly at 930 Tho touching by the G A R comrades the addresses nod the baud and vocal music unite to mako most interesting meeting At about 1100 tho column is formed to march poopfallgrave of n comrade the services arc brief and impressive A young lad personates the post in strewing yearbydetail comrades goes to tho other soldiers graves in cemetery about twenty in number cnn easily see that this means much to the old soldiers that their sensibilities arc sUrfOt1as the dangers and hardships of those years when they wore but youths are thus brought to mind Anti to others old and young this is a day to bo remom bered Returning to tho College Park multitude oat their basket dinners andat 180 another fine program is resented The interest does not Fmontm Berea The G A R men consider tho proa yearfinethe presence of Rev Dr G S Dicker man of New Haven Conn who will eliver the principal address of the orenoon Ho is said to bo an orator power has spoken on various such occasions including an address at JAndersonville Ga anti it will doubt WforepooploInstopstollingsoldiers march in and to hoar tho in troductory exercises the Post Those who bring provisions should leave thorn at the school building nearest the tabornaolo whore they will bo safely kept It will bo n guarantee for the afternoon exercises to say that programtounder tho direction of Prof Dodge Theso exercises by tho young people theyilltively presented Let us all plan to lay asido tho usu work on that day Let us mako it years1Vogreatblossinb8present They will remember these occasions in age Lot thorn bo- no trifling unworthy of the occasion in tho who risked l for the country which they hold largorIsThinner and thinner thin rnnktt who romain All hail Decora on Day KELLOGG WITHENBORY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky alltimesprompt shipment An Independent Weekly Devoted to tho Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR II Paper COUNTY Tifnner jarred of in H in of of A MAN Need not wear illftting clothes just because he happens to be a little too long or short or fat or lean for in our great stock youll find suits to fit all sizes and shapes of men and a tailor ready to make alter ations free of charge while you wait toeBrownsofIiisavingprices US A CALL COYINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef onhandBlacksmithing done at the same goodworkp M REYNOLDS Depot U601 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky AttentionKentucky Teachers I yThe Fountain Pen is a neces whowishesThe best pen made is the Porter Jolnttess Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail trove College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or refunded not satisfactory Ordersrorpromptly filled Address KyJune B SHOEMAKER Optician of Richmond Ky Kyoncharge and suitable glasses adjusted I can furnish you with Eye Glasses or suit ed to your need am a Jeweler I do Fine I repair and adjust Fine Watches My prices aro very reason able and I all my work T A Main St Berea Ky in And out of all the sots 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 sot free We aro making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in 3ve years we give you a new set tree 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 located in tho Hobson door to Gov Reference National Bank Special Price to Students FURNITUREcTho very latest in Suitor Iron Beds Couches and nil other inStockWo invito nil our Boron Friends anti nil Citizen to call and inspect boforo SPECIALTYJo SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS BROS Richmond Ky Spectacles Manufacturing Engraving guarantee ROBINSON Three Years Richmond HOBSON Dentist Permanently Buildingnext ernmentBuildlng- Richmond Kentucky Richmond designs Bodroom Furnishings subscribers making purchases SeSS S S S Mens TanI Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400fI fI 300 350fI 200 300t 175 Mens Black Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 c c getIyour a ited quantity on hand ICOMING TO TERMS President OConnell Predicts an Early Settlement of the Machinists Strike MANY FIRMS GRANTING DEMANDS The Trouble Has Spread to Larga Prl rate Ship Yards oil the Pa cific Coast It Slay Stop Work on the Two IVava TraniporU I2Iiert and Ilo e crans Now Under Repair There Washington May 22 President OConnell said Tuesday night that the advices received up to 6 oclock at headquarters here indicated that nn early settlement of the trouble between the machinists and employ ers will be effected Information at land showed that during the day over ICO firms had settled by granting the nine hour day Mr OConnell said that so far ns he knew about 0000 men are out in San Francisco and about 3000 in Cin cinnati In Chicago nearly nil the important shops have settled with the men The reports from the south lie said show that all through that section settlements are being ef fectedHalf the firms in Philadelphia he said have come to terms and the others are expected to follow suit There has been no news of a clash anywhereBoth navy and war department arc apprehensive as to the effects of the strike on government work now in progress lay Delny Government Work The navy department received word that the strike had spread to large private yards on the Pacific coast where n number of large warships ore under construction and it is expected that eastern yards having naval ships to build also will be af fected The war department was in formed that the strike was likely to stop work on the two naval trans ports Egbert nnd Kostornna now re pairing on the Pacific coast Secretary Root asked the navy department to assist in forwarding the work pending the tieup and Acting Secretory Hackett of the navy ordered that the two army transports bo taken to the navy yard at Bremmer ton on Puget Sound for the com pletion of their repairs None of the government yards can be affected by the strike as an eight hour day prevails in all government workWord has reached the department that government employes are con tributing funds in support of the strike movement but no attention will be paid to this matter NEW STORAGE BATTERY EdUon Invent One That Dues Two and n Unit Times a Much Work a the Ireent flattery i New York May 22It was announced Tuesday night that Thomas A Edi son has Invented and perfected a new storage battery During the two years that Mr Edison has been work- Ing on his accumulator it is stated he has given attention to perfecting the following essentials Absence of delcterioriation by work large storage capacity per unit oi mass capability of being rapidly charged and discharged capability of withstanding careless treatment and Inexpensiveness Edison claims to have succeeded in accomplishing these desired ends He claims that weight for weight size and cost being equal the new stor age battery will do about two and onehalf times as much work as the present battery of commerce As an illustration it is claimed that where an automobile will now run say 90 miles with the new Edison batteries the same vehicle will run about 125 milesThe fact that the cell and plates of this new battery are made of steel is a departure long sought after The Gunboat Scorpion Helena Ark May 22The United States gunboat Scorpion arrived here Tuesday afternoon at 6 oclock and was mot by the mayor and city council and a committee of prominent citizens A carriage drive for the officers a ball Wednesday evening and a reception Thursday evening will probably be the entertainment programme The Scorpion will leave for Memphis Friday morning Italy Ilciiiiind Satisfaction London May 22lfaly has demanded satisfaction from Turkey says the Rome correspondent of the Dally Chronicle for the death of Decrocis the Italian who was sum marily shot by the sultans ordor on suspicion of being an emissary of the young Turkey party 5nlinon Calmer Combine Wftshinpton May 22The salmon cancers of British Columbia have united In an association which practically controls the whole Industry in the province This information has been received nt the state department from Consul Dudley at Van Couver Violent Kiirthuiinke Caracas Venezuela May 22 vIa Havtlun Cable The city of Cumana i was visited by a violent earthquake shock at 0 oclock Monday morning There was uo loss of life only dam age being to 1tPBfxt ABLE TO SIT UP The Convalescence of Mr JIoKI ley Is llnpltl May Leave For Roams Nest Saturday San Francisco May 22The conva Icsccnco of Mrs MeKluley Is very rap id nnd she is fast regaining her nor mal strength She was able to sit up Tuesday and read the papers So marked is her improvement that it is very probable the presidential party will start for Washington next Sat urday If no untoward developments should occur It Is thought that Mrs McKInley will be able to endure the journey by that time President McKinley Tuesday receiv ed nearly 50000 school children of this city Doth sides of Van Ness avenue from Jackson to Market streets were lined with cheering und enthusiastic children as the president and mem bers of his party and local officials in carriages were driven from Jack fcon to Market and buck the avenue to Jackson The president was the recipient of a continuous ovation Al most every child had been provided with n good sized American flag nail their voices and flags were worked In unison finch little gIrl wore white und most of them had red sashes Thousands of youngsters hud fath erect large bouquets which they threw at the president us he passed In some cases every pupil from n certain school carried u bouquet of the same variety nnd color of flowers Some classes spread the flowers In the street that the president and his par ty might literally ride among the roses THE SHAMROCKS RACE In Many HeipccU It Wnn the Moil Puisllnyr One Tbilt line Yet Taken IMiicr Hyde Isle of Wight May 22eket- rial of the Shamrock II and the Shamrock I Tuesday was in ninny respects the most puzzling that has yet taken place Instead of throwing additional light upon the abilities of the challenger Tuesdays race makes It more difficult than ever to estimate her speed On the stretch from Cowes to the Sllkiker they had nn interesting struggle under full racing canvas with the skippers at tIle helm Officially racing has not commenced but the skippers were apparently having a trial between themselves and snatching every ad vantage The Shamrock 11 was a good half mlle to the leeward when they started but in the five miles be tween the anchorage and the Sllklkera she closed up the whole of this big gap After threatening to go through the weather Shamrock 11 had to be thrown in the wind nnd held all aback while Cnpt Wrlnge sailed Shamrock I boldly across his bows in the wrong tack GEN FITZ JOHN PORTER DEAD The Funeral Will Tnkr IMnce Prom Trinity Church X etv York Sat urday The fall Hearer New York May 22oell Fits John Porter aged 80 who had been Ill for several weeks at his home at Morris town N J died Tuesday morning He had been suffering with chronic diabetesGen Porter was a prominent figure during the civil war Oen Porters funeral will take place from Trinity church this city on Saturday The pallbearers will be Gen Alexander S Webb Gen James L Scofldd Lieut Royal Farragut Col David Porter Heath Col Edward Wright Goo William S Franklin Maj C C McConnell Gen Stephen Webb Gen A M Clark Gen Daniel Butterfield and Gen Joshua L Cham berlain exMayor Hewitt and ex Mayor Grace of Now York Theodore Lord John Bussit Anson Maltby and Charles Bacon Maj Gen Brooke commander of the department of the east will have charge of the military arrangements for the funeral Sent to Sing SinK New York May 22 James P Kel logg and Myron L Bernard convicted of having used the malls for fraudu lent purposes in connection with the operations of the E S Damn Co were sentenced to 18 months in Sing Sing prison hedger Succeed Kemp Washington May 22Br Adm Rodgers aboard the flagship New York has arrived at Cavity nod will succeed Adm Kemp as senior squadron commander on the Asiatic station Emigrants Rnilmrk San Juan de Porto Rico May 22 Nine hundred emigrants embarked on the steamer Californian at Guanicn for Hawaii Tuesday leaving 400 more ready to sailAfter Many Your Knoxville Tenn May 22 Robert McIntyre who had been missing 19 years was found by his family at Car ruthersvllle Mo through n newspaper advertisement Kipling lo o 111 Case New York May 22ln the suit of ludyard Kipling against George Put lams Sons for infringement of a copyright Judge Lacombe directed a nonsuit a victory for the Putnams Rypileii Sent Uncle New York May 22Time 60 Servian gypsies who were detained on Ellis Island will be sent back because of their filthiness Oil Discovered Prescott Ark May 22Oil was die covered Tuesday in large quantities hero at a depth of 170 feet The find la la the II grate UmJUs af FfCfiCOtt INDEMNITY LOAN There Arc Grave Objections to the Russian Project of a Joint Guarantee THIS WOULD ENTANGLE AMERICA It la Suggested That China Deliver to Each Nathan Bands hear Inir Four Per Cent The Country Molding the Ronde Could AUIt It Own Gnarentec- and Sell Them In the Open Markets Washington May 22The state de partmcut has been made fullIIC quainted by Mr Rockhlll with the character of the proposition relative o the floating of the Indemnity loan unfolded at Peking While grave ob jections are perceived to the Russian project for n joint guarantee of the loan because of the Immense dull culty of securing the assent of com press to nn agreement which would entangle 1he United States with for elgn nations for more than a quarter of n century nt least there Is nothing in Mr Rockhills Instructions that would cause him to antagonize the British proposition provided it is fully developed so as to secure the safety of the loan while assuring the Integ city of China It is suggested that these objects can best be secured by causing China to deliver to each na tion bonds bearing four per cent in terest to the face value of that na liens Indemnity claim The nation holding the bonds could dispose oi them at its pleasure It could affix its own guarantee and sell the bonds In the open market The integrity of China The claim for the collection nnd distribution of interest contains the germ of the guarantee of Chinese integrity It is proposed that an interest board of financiers collect periodically from China the amount of income which the ministers at Pe king have decided can be extracted without ruining line country this money to be divided up between the powers In the shape of Interest in ex net proportion to the bond held by them in emU of default by China each nation will lose In proportion and especial covenant will bind each power to refrain from indivlduaal action against China to secure the payment of the urrears or to seize territory in lieu of intercut in de fault It is calculated that thus each power will find it to its Interest to prevent a division of China BOGUS CHECKS Eo O Lawrence Civilian Clerk I Adjutant ienerala Ofllre Ma nllil Accused of Porter Manila May 22E C Lawrence formerly a private in the 33d volun teer infantry nnd afterwards em ployed all u civilian clerk in the ad jutant generals olllce at Manila linn been netused of forging time signature of Dipt Slavcns the Insular Ills bursing officer to certain checks pur porting to bo payable to Gen Mae Arthur On the backs of the checks were forged endorsements of Gen MncArthur to Gen Shatter and to- E e Lawrence Two of these checks of 200 eneh have been cashed at Sun Fnmclscn but another negotiated at St Louis has been returned to Ma nila anti pronounced spurious by Cnpt Slovens Lawrence is suspected of other forgeries SIDEWALK FELL One Man Dead One Kalally Injured and Six Other Hurt In frent of Central Mode Hall Chicago May 22one man was kill ed one fatally Injured and five others Injured Tuesday afternoon by the full ing of a part of the sidewalk In front of Central Musk hall which is being demolished to make way for an ad ditlon to a department store at State and Randolph streets The sidewalk which was of stone was over n basement which extended Into the street and was supported by props A large number of men were standing on the walk waiting to draw their pay when the supports of a por tion of the wnlk gave way About 25 were precipitated into the basement the others managing to make their es cape into the building Two More Undle recovered Carbondale Ill May 22Two more bodies have been recovered from the wreck of the Cityof Pnducnh which went down near Brunkhorsts Land Ing recently Mate Tobias Royal of the packet says the company con elders that 27 Tires were lost in the wreck Of tills number 22 were Ner groes Broke the Record St Louis May 22All records between Buffalo antI St Louis were bro ken by the Wabash special train have ing on board the officers nnd direr tors of the Louisiana purchase exposition who returned Tuesday from the PanAmerican exposition The trip from Buffalo 720 miles was made In 14 hours 5 minutes counting stops Gen Wm Kapa Suicides Portland Ore May 22oen Wm Kapus killed himself with a revolver Tuesday duringa fit of temporary in sanity He was 60 years of age In 1890 Gen Eapus was United States Matteisr REMARKABLE COLLIE DOG Ai a Result of Training It Owae- Hays It Can Lark Six Differ eat hones An Edgewater man who recently married and hat taken to staying home of nights haa spent moat of his evening hours In training a pet colllo dog As part of the animals discovered virtues the owner olaimi says the Chicago Chronicle he hu differentiated its barks and has thereby demonstrated that the beat has at least a rudimentary language Ue even that the pets vocal effort tell six different tales with indubitable plainness Hark No1 said the owner recently is of welcome to me when I come home He can recognize my walk a block away which Is more than my wife can do for when I entered the house exceptionally early n few day ago she rushed into the hallway with an upraised broom to wield upon the supposed book agent The collies second howl Iof lament when the family leaves the house without taking him There so much sorrow in his tone at such times that we Invariably weep when we are forced to leave him behind Then he has a yelp of Welcome for my motherinlaw so that I am always warned of her coming and may lay my plans accordingly An other kind of bark tells me my fa ther is at the door His fifth style of v cal effort is to demand that he Le let out for a romp In the yard while his supreme demonstration is to ten us that It Is meal time and he la hungry After eating he will alt on his haunches and puff at n Missouri meerschaum lies a cute dog and before Ive been married a year I bet he will be able to bark the alphabet and chew tobacco COOK BOOKS ARE USELESS Recipe coolEjlairAltitude As attempts are being mad to found a domestic science and to Introduce exactitude into the operations of the kitchen a not In the Monthly Weather Review recording the actual experience of a housekeep er at Albuquerque N M is of inter est It appears that cooking recipes and practices which are trustworthy not far from sea level are worthless at Albuquerque the altitude of which Is 4933 feet Water bolls there at 201 degrees Fahrenheit Instead of 212 de grees Fahrenheit hence articles of food the cooking of which depends upon heat applied through the medi um of water require a longer time for cooking than Is given in the cookery boob On account of the extreme dryness of the atmosphere farinaceous food such ss beans corn etc lose to much of their moisture that they have ta be left for a long time in water before cooking In order to be softened cakjmakingbakingpOwderhousekeepers have to modify theta If they wish their operation to be sue easeful As the barometric pressure determine to what extent the disen gaged carbon dioxide shall expand and aerate the dough this may ex plain the different action of baking soda and egg batter In any ease the observation is interesting and chemists may find it worthy of their attentionSANDWICH WAS A DEAR ONE The Railway CatlavH Morsel COM a Kama OUr Mau smco In the matter of expense this le probably the record sandwich It was paid for by Edwin R Kimball a wealthy business man of j anaa City recently says a Chicago paper Mr Kimball was in Leaveawortb bound for Omaha and It waa Imperative that he should reach his destine tion In the morning When his trala pulled into the station at Leaven worth he was hungry and he hastened Into a lunchroom for a sandwich be fore the train pulled out again He was still eating when the train rolled out of the depot By the time be reached the platform the colored lights on the rear coach seemed to wink at him from a distance as If In mockery of his discomfiture His only way out of the difficulty waa to tel graph ahead to a friend on the train to make a deposit with the conductor sufficient to cover the expense of a special An engine and coach were sent down from the Missouri Facile yards In Atchison and Mr KlmbaU waa promptly conveyed to Omaha happy in being able to meet hi ap- poIntment despite the fact that the Leavenworth sandwich cost him a sum representing one dollar a mils for the entire distance plus the price of his refreshments which was 17150 ArtWeaving la Italy Lombardy once unrivaled in Europe for iU textile fabrics in silk and linen haa just made the pope a unique prea eat as time gift of the province for the holy year It la an altar cloth for the private altar of Ws holiness and Ua design and texture are elaborate to a degree which it Is oontend ed has no parallel eves In the long records of Italian art weaving In no previous composition ever woven in Italy has the number either of weft reels or warp cards exceeded CXXX while In the popei new altar cloth the numbers are respectively 17700 and 142000 The style is Gothic Venetian and tIle composition repr gents with a rare wealth of cymbal tie Briaclpai Croejei kst L JOTTINGS OF FACT Indias jute crop has risen from 18 tons to 00000 in the past century The pulu produced by a hornet sting U unused by a poison Ipjected Into the wound and so Instantaneous Is Its effect to entire the attack ol this Insect to reemblell a violent blow in time face- Futuwiug the example of Italy Greece and Egypt the Spanish govern meat Inn resulted to forbid in future the exportation of antiquities and works of url A bill to that effect has- been irttfiilcd to the tortes Artciiilklu the wife of Muutolui who built in liuuor of berhu baDda tomb so splendid that it hat given his name to sepulchral structures Will a bru nette Greek beauty Her eyes were brilliantly black and her features very regular Autograph letters of famous men will be fur rarer In the future than now treat men of today content tluMiikelvc with signing their names often with rubber stamps to typewritten documents and It will be hard to get much sentiment from typewritten manuscripts SlMervllle W Vn which ls In a rich oil unil emu country gut Its game from the fret heat an apparently valueless tract of 1500 acres WHS given lo seven sisters niul consequently called dam tens fn rill A little protecting showed the land to be Immensely val liable nod a growing tuwu of some tlicMiamls of Inhabitants now occupies Ilhl farm WOMANS PROGRESS Association being formed la In for ladles who are preparing for the studio time school or the pressIn the Urgent library In Oxford Enf land his hung from time Immemorial this notice Women and doge not ad mitted here It Is allowed to hang still to show the changes In the status womenThere few more energetic or sue cettful farmers In Indians than Mrs Delia KICK of Fairbanks township neat Sullivan She lives oo a COOacri farm which she personally euperin tends raising hundreds of cattle yearly Women lawyers In Boston her a wIthanoblemconic Into sympathetic acqualntanot Once in two months the members meet and time at a well known hotel The only officer of the Portia club is the bustnet manager who arranges for the meetings Fujiyama Japan him been the scan of a most unusual procession An old dime said to be 03 ascended the moun lain followed by six others all over years of age This Is considered to be a greet sign of the advance of women Iin Japan for a few years ago no woman allowed to tread the sacred moun tale her presence on It being regarded i as a desecration A LOT JF NUMBERS In every 100 pounds of new bread you buy 37 pounds of water In Europe 2S37COO people live ia countries not their own There are 230 glaciers In the Alps said to be over five miles in length Out of 120000 farmers In Norway s11 but 11000 own their own farms Silver Is bulk for bulk ten times ai heavy as water Gold la 19 liaise as heavy Last year 770 cases of smallpox were reported In the United States as against 2487 In 1809 Englandspends 123 SCO a year on the British museum The salary of the principal librarian Is JCISOO A hundred yards has been covered on skates in nine seconds against ten see ends on foot The post office department upend about 100000 annually for twine for tying packages of letters and other mall matter It estimated that the dense fog In London costs thcity from 250000 to 500000 dally In the matter of bills for gas and electricity THE ANIMAL KINGDOM Seven species of wasps secrete ed atorc up honey just as do the bees The California woodpecker will carry as acorn 30 miles to store In Its nest The Inner fibers of the cocoons of the silk worm are much finer than those of the outer layer- A naturalist of eminence nays that land birds make their journey In the daytime and water birds at night A snake does not climb a tree by coil lag around It but by holding on with the points of its scales A snake could not climb a glass pillar Two white deer were the features of the past deer hunting season In the Adirondack Prior to the killing of these no white deer had been killed in New York state for 50 years Both were pure white bucks with ears and pink eyliJUST BORDERSI Montreal builds 1001 leariThe Province of Manitoba almost the same size aa Great Britain and Ireland hums only 210000 InhabltntIBullfights not only largest crowds in Mexico but they pay the most taxes The four tights given In the capital during last November paid toe municipality over 3200 for the privilege You cannot go Into Canada now M you onee did and carry a bottle oi whisky over the line into the United States According to a decision of the customs appraiser whisky can not be Imported in lea than a case uaatIty 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOO- LLsa la the latcraatloaal BcrUe tae May 99 101 The Hair Spirit tvaiPrepared by H C Lenlnctoo TUB LESSON TEXT Acts 2111 1 And when the day of Pentecost was tully com they were all with one accord ti onu place And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rtiihln mighty wind and It tilled all the hours whir they wr ill lingS And there appeared unto them cloven tongue like m of lire slid It sal upon etch of them And they wer all Oiled with the itchy Ghost and begatm to speak with other tongue al Ihe Spirit gave them utterance i And there were dwelling al Jerusalem Jews devout men out of every nation minter I Now when this was noised abroad the multitude came together and were con founded became that every man heard them speak In hie own language- L And they were all amused and mar rued saying on to another llehold are not all these which speak OalllseansT a And bow hear we every man In our awn tongue wherein we were bornT L Parthlane and Modes and Klamlt sad the dwellers In Ueeopotamla and In Judea and Cappidocl In Pontue and Asia iaphrygla and Pamphytla In Kgypl and in the part ot Idbya about Cyren aDII stranger of Home Jews and proeelytes and Arabians we do hear them speak In our tongue 1M wonderful works of cud 10IIIKM TKXTiWaa tie plrll of Truth la come lle will gatde you Into all Trntk Joka IflllS NOTEH AND COMM NTI The lesson really Includes the whole second chapter of Acts describing the rUt of the Holy Spirit and its immedi ate results The chapter may be stud led following this brief analysis The lift of the Spiritvs 14- L Kffeot n Cltre va tU- I icier Sermon fa Prophecy Pulalledvs1MSlb Jeiu the Chrltv SO- c The Call to lUpentanc va IT4 1 A Multitude tUptlsid vs 4I4T The lift of the Hplrlt lentecoat was the fiftieth day after the pasiovtfr and one of the three great feasts of the Jews It has boon remarked that a Jewish tradition made Pentecost the anniversary of the giving of the law from Mount Sinai It may well have been that upon the anniversary of the revelation that marked the be ginning of the Old Testament dispen sation the gift of the Holy Spirit should mark the beginning of a new dispensation No longer ls It the old Mutate law but the love of Christ that nonstralneth us It la to be noted that the docent of the Spirit was made manifest In three significant symbols In the Ilibte the Spirit Is likened to three things without which life would be Impossible on earth air or wind fire and water The Ont two of these are mentioned In our text The Spirit Is like the wind because It Is Invisible and powerful yet gentle sad delicate It Is the breath of life to all things living It la like Ere lu that It Is purifying and gives comfort and light Klre worship U one of the religions of the east being con ilderrd the source of all life Water Is not mentioned In the iaiuage but the gift of the Spirit la further sym bolized In the power lOW speak with other tongues representing the chief method of spreading the truths of the Gospel and Ita universality All peo ples are to hear It all peoples of whatever nationality of whatever age of whatever experiences can understand It each In their own tongue Effect on the Oitya Multitudes Such great power became Immediately manifest not only among the few but among the many Strangers In Jeru salem from faraway nations were surprised tohear themselves addressed In their own language The Jews not understanding any but their own lan guage and seeing the commotion caused among the foreigners aa well ae their own people aoouaed the opus tles of being drunk with wine Peters SerstonThe charge of drunkenness was out of all keeping with the fasts of the ease Drunkenness stood then aa It stands now for licentiousness The descent of the Holy Spirit meant directly the oppo 1t1 for It came not upon the selfin dulgent but upon those who submitted themselves to the Divine law of love The Bible speaks of men pot sassed of demons maniacs they were defying all law human or Di vine So we have come now to speak of those upon whom the Spirit of Christ has some as possessed of the Holy Spirit Demoniac and Chris tiana using both terms In their strict and derivative ae opposed to their acquired meanings are at the very opposite spiritual extremes Peter became the spokesman of the followers of Jesus and explained to the multitude that had gathered how the phenomenon was the fulfilling of prophecies All time Jews had long accepted aa messagea from God 2 that It was another proof of the Messlahsblp of the Jesus they had cruelfled and J that salvation should thenceforth come only through faith In the risen Christ- A Multitude Baptized The Imme diate effect of this sermon really the effect of this outpouring of the Holy Spirit was the inquiring of a great multitude of the way of salvation Peter says Repent and be baptized Thug was the beginning of the Chrla tlan church for thus It showed Its power to attract to Itself the people About 3000 were baptized that very day and fear came upon every soul and many wonders and signs were done by the apostles grape fre ai Oeiaaaa Sympathy la the secret of sight Qe4 makes JUa eons out of His len antThe ChrUUaa serves all men but Christ la hi only Master The real infidel la the person whorcares nothing for fidelity to Christ Yon earn tell a mass price when yoo principleTherethe atone like yea true sympathy IB his sorrow The burial af Christ WM the lO- Ws e tile seed of etrstty Ia tM sari MlYI lair Iran t JOHN BRENT ih Mal Theodore Winthrops Gre- a Story HorselR Hunting andhi Adventures in the West ecnuhXXXI A DWAUF ANU A UOIISK8 UiIOS It was with much curiosity and tep1down aublagreat mechanic lu degree perhaps kind a do arty greet seer luLu ti mysteries of Nuturu lie In m king whoever cau wield the great fore where other menbare not the paw And none can control maturlal force without a profound knowledge statedor unstated of the great masterly law that under every or ganlim from duet to man und a una freighted world A grout luechun ranks with the great chiefs of tiwtime prophet purls orators slat SurnPadiham WILl In hishop nt wor No mistaking him A limited fro gray man not uilihan but un hut together Uka1 a one burrell rd uperaglass A very Impressive head wan Par Ii bows No hams had born dono to that by whatever force had driven In bin lrga and shut his rlhll together HU brad war full grown In con trast with his body It seemed even overgrown HU hair and beard were Irongray lie had those heavy square eyebrows thai compel the rye from roving and ahut them down UK u the matter In hand no that It can nut esca c Nut a man this to err on fact or characters A pre tender ienu u a vbaiu fact he would teat at once and dlimU Shorts Cutoff bad serer met a sterner critic that this man with the square fore Lead std firm noie iadlhim IIIIduf course ubnervrd sty entrance lie took no notice of rue and continued his work held my station near the door did not wlab to q0II his job by thu jar ofan Interruption Heildes I thought It as well to let him ape ak Lat I waa prepared for nu odd man he might make the udtnuce If bit pleanrd- Iadlham went on II nil In a grim Intelligent way glanced about the shop There were modeli all bout of Euicliluci some known auuia strange to me disconnected portion of In vcntlonji lying die by hide rod want lug only a bolt or a screw to be or ganized and ready to null at pump lug or lifting or drugging or buiy duty of sons uimful kind Apart In a dusky curlier by the chimney and forge hung two water rotor drawing In neul gilt frames They were perhapi a little Incongru ouR with till scenery I did not of course ejjHct to find bere a iNlrtr alt of a truculent brutes or a leering barmaid lleery journeymen krrid Mich low art hanging before them to leduoe theta from 1 nnibltlon to become walter bands and begu them back to beer Iadlham wou ef course need drawings of mod and machine and enjoy them but I did not look for Art proper In his shop There however In the dim background hung tbe two cheerful drawings In their net triunes They infused a pleasant element of refine pleat Into the workuday atmoipiere of tOne I could Just faintly dlitlngulih their aubject and pot the iklll greater or less of tint it handling waa a view of an old brick Manygabled manorhouie on a lawn dotted with stately oaki Iti com panlon and the light hardly per Bitted BIB to decipher itseemed- be to a group of people aeated on the an and a horae bending over them i glaud at these objects ai my eye made ike lour of the shop but my r sud was tiled with trtiorti Cutoff this grim dwarf b fore me Presently Iadlham laid down hli He sad took up a pair of Mince from the contusion on hli bench gave a bit of wire a twist and aa Le did ao looked t me The square yibrowi leered to bold me all R wkllt be Inspected lie studied my ties sad then measured mu from top to tee There waa a alight expres ton of r p lence In his features an If k thought This big fellow probably fanclaa that his long legs make him ay aaaUr well try a match He addressed me la a went hearty 4c quite In discord with his gruff annar No taau could be a bear sad roar 10 gently I perceived tho Lauouiblre accent The dialect If It lad ever been there was worn awny Tones are older In a nun than wonIs He can learn a new tongue his or ran tie hardly alters If Nature ha ordained a voice to howl or marl or yelp or bray It will do no now nnd then stuff our mouths with pebbles as we may Pndlhami frank amiable voice nell millzed his surly manner al he Raid Now then young man what lire you taring at Do you want anything with me Say 10 If you do If not dont stand Idling here but go about your business n I want you to do a Job for inc Suppose I say I dont want to do It Then Ill try to find a better man r Umphl wlierell you look for him 7 In the first shop where theres one that knows enpugh to give good words to a stranger Well ray what your Job li Youre ready to do it then Feetime In talk Nor I I want some working mod da et a MW patent CutoIV 1 wont undertake any tornfool ery If you cnn make tornfoolery out of this youre n cleverer man than 1 atam That may not he much to way lye ad no many tdmim brought to me in the WilY of cutoffs that I shall nut ipend time on yours unless it look right ut first glance Youll see with half an eye that this invaiiM something wlTliltIudtham trailed tticm u few mo cXJllulIltlolilu1rcaenlly he looked up and fixed me with Ids square eyebrows while he exumlned me from head to foot ugnlur you latent this sold he No Uinihl Thought not Too tall Who did Mr Short itleithout hamllts He dont nerd cm ealrorgr5hurt tonkw halyre vc Unite head enough He brut American Is he a Mormaii No Am you No It an odd question dont know much about your country cxrrpl that you Invent mn chlnm keep tdnvcx lil iv up steam txiali and lHgnlle oft KngllHliinrii with your dainncd Mornionlxm Thu Mormons hint done no touch harm In my country I incaHhlri that that Ive sworn Id nevrr have any thing to do with any Yankee outs xs first knew he wan nut ono of those wolves lint If youre not und Iforgu Short Is out Ill do your job Now tell me precisely what you want made for cant siciid lime with oyou I wont six lets of these models ut once Ill order the castings thlll even ing I hate materials here for U lie nIend wrenches not JMMII and land boxes JourtunlllYou can help me then Come over tomorrow morning ut seven No youre an Idler and Ill glee you till right If youre nut hrre by that time youll find me busy for the day So saying Iadlham turned oft to hiwllrk He gave me no further attention but filed awny grimly I watched him a moment What In tensity and earnestness were In thli mint IIke other great artists who ire form hidden within n tours of urgedtoleasing the form from Iti cell to set ting free the elementary spirit of order and action locked up In the stuff before him 1 took a cab and drove to my hotel flupnot figure In these ePlkaraudre as hero I and my hornc were hli torte diameters In this new circle I was lionized by Lady Illddulph a stately MMsoiiage Inheritress of a family ruitle a rustle ns old an t Ilantagenets and grander now the accumulations of ogee A lovely young lady with dark hair who blushed when I took my cue and praised Illddulph she also llonled me A thoroughbred American finds English life charming especially IfIhe Is agreeably llonno distinguished to ns to receive attention u scrubby American considers Knglitnd a region of cold shoulder too effete to app rc c tlLadyfacts of the history of the lIthe ratty hIfher site would have disregarded her Blanclead protect her It goes to my heart to ptooI hour adopted him ns my wad as long as he pleaitex nnd try to give him a n yllrenlS dHowwe purled I am all Impulse you are an steadiness wbalancetrill QTorture tldiseaseof me iigaln Olve mo a day or two for Short Cutoff and the IIIIChllllllalllllletlllIth cknighterrantryare dismounted cavaliers now to aurelIo Pumps or Kulano to hr uRbut we shall find I will not againstthellrent bade jilt goodnight with a revival of his old sell We were to glIII the story of my xuccess today n wrote hard and rust to catch to ma UTheafter Shorts own heart thesp to nungncIRm a minute description of Iadlhama shop AR I described I found that III y observation hail been much keener than I supposed Every object in the shop came back to me diaUctljr All the objects In Pndlhams shop one after another caught my look BI I reviewed the whole in memory Suddenly found myself gazing In featly at my image of those two wn tercolor drawings In neat gilt frames hanging in a dusky corner by the chimney those two drawings which had revived in my mind the lent ineiit of the bright healthy roses lu the upper windows Suddenly these drawings recurred to me They stared at me like an old friend neglected They Insisted upon y recognition There was a per tonality In them which gored at me with u shy nod Yud reproach that I had given them only u careless glance and so purred theta by The drawing stared at me and II at them manIorhullllcwas the first Had I not already seen u drawing till fellow of this Yes lu Hid dulpha hands ut Fort Loramlc The same gables the same sweet slope of lawn the name broad oaks and one the monarch of them nil perhaps the very title Wordsworth had round ed Into n sonnet And the companion drawing that I hardly deciphered in the dimness that group of figures and u horse bending over them How blind I usl surely lit and no other And that groupl Ourselves at the Luggerncl Springs llrent lying wounded while I gave him water and u lady bound up his Hounds Can this bt no Am I not the vic tim of a fancy Is this Indeed noble home Is he again coming for want to bear muting the trail of our lust tetrad stared again lit my mental Imago of the two drawings I recalled again testy wordof lilY interview wit Puillham The more I looked the more fldent I beramc Shorts Cutoff hud held such suffer KxeKxlon of mo the afternoon that could only ob serve with eyes out with volition could not value the treasure was grouping ignorantly Hut I had It This Fulanol Except or him I might doubt Except for IdY presence the other drawing of old brick munorhouitu would be a commonplace circumstance Now let iiiu rrj thought Pus Ing aside my letter to Short for a moment what are my facts Mr Clltheroe and his daughter have disappeared anti are probably lu London I lone foundOod be thanked n clew a clew Work the TladysAnd where In Padlhnms Padiham Ia Laneushlru titan cIsPudlhnm hall u horror of Mor mons Why was so hurried ns not to pursue the eon vernation awl dlwcover what special cause he had fur his disgust Padiham In n secluded poser of London keem u hospital for the poor and the rickwThere are bright roses In the up TknowIllig tllrlghtable drawings giving refinement to the 0CangotbyIn till three millions have I come upon my two units inliig straight forward and mindI lug my own business have effect in ono day what Hrcnt has fatted Inutterly otter n Keareh of months lint let me not neglect the coun ter fllCIIl I did not recognize these pictures when I saw them Perhaps what IIin them now is fancy My own hid remembrance of the scene at Luggernel may be doing artistwork and dignifying some commonplace II of nn old ballad Ours was the first such group since men were made and hoses made for them rulano has had no lack of forefathers In heroism And the manorhouse There are in Padiham own county n such ancient munygabl ell brick halls a hundred lawns talc as the one that falls away gently from Clltheroes ancestral mansion COrltK of oaks as stately as the one hat war lucky enough to shadow Wordsworth and cool his head for sonnet III grateful recompense Padiham may hays a daughtfwho draws horses and lode me Imaginative fellow tint I III becoming Or what do I know 5uppxtmfugitives have taken IudilnuuIt may be to escape purIsalt Poor Mr Clltheroo Who knowaI dhy than to be stared at in a prl o0lp 1thlll11Ihllllkinder than no clewIbShortIII llIIII Cutoff will sleep liketh dianppearDwarf by seven If that li Ft In the drawing he shall carry t1tu pToA bill has been Introduced In then Pennsylvania legislature for the r moval of the capital 4o and for the conversion of the preset atatehouM taro a lunatic agjlitB ABOUT AMUSEMENTS t Dr Talmage Lays Down Sa mtGuiding Principles I I now I it Drelilp Whether Any Itrrr aln In HIicM r WrniiK Spurt a Mrnnn Sot nu IIoIRrlt to VIIUIIK Men Copyright J801 by 1nnls Klonsch N Y This discourse of Dr Talmage Is accord with all innocent hilarities while It reprehends amusements tin belittle or deprave text II Samuel il 14 Let the young men now arise and piny before us encampedhby heavily on their hands One army proposes n game of sword fencing Nothing could be more helpful and innocent The other army accepts the challenge Twelve men against 12 wen the sport opens Hut some thing went adversely Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky clip or In some way lint his aroused and that which stRportAtlurxxtaking his contestant by the hnlr and with the sword thrusting him the side so that that which opened In innocent fun ended In the massacre of all the 24 sportsmen Was there over n better Illustration of what was true thin Is true now that which Is innocent rosy be made destructive Is i inmportantnoeent than amusement and yet nyNImt has counted roars victims I have no sympathy with n straitjncket religion This Is a very bright world to me and I use to do all I canto make It bright for others I never could keep step to a deed march A lrbook years ago issued says that a Christian man has a right to some aracomes home nt night weary from his 1ork and feeling the need or recrea tlon puts on slippers and goes into his garret and walks live lyut nround the flour several times there c all be no harm In It I believe HIP church of Ood made a great mistake In trying to suppress the sport ft froan men their love of amusement If Ood ever Implanted anything In us he im Insteadh of providing for tills demand of our na tore the church of God has for the main part Ignored It As in n riot the mayor plants a buttery at the end of the street and has It fired ofT so that everything Is cut down that happens to stand In the range the good Ill as the bad so there are men church who plant ther batteries dudSla con Hut Paul the apostle com mends those who use the world with abusing Itanll in the natural orld Ood has done everything to please and amuxc ux In poetic fig arcs we sometimes speak of nntirtiil objects as being In pain but It Is a fancy Poets say the clouds eep but they never yet shell a tsar and that the winds sigh but they ever did have any trouble and that storm howls but it never lost its The world la a rose and the n gnrland And I am Rind to know that In nil cities there art plenty of places here we may find elevated moralen tertainment Hut all honest men good women will agree with me the statement thnt one of the Nor things III these cities is corrupt amusement Multitudes have gone rdown under the blasting influence ever to rise If we may judge of abut is Is going on In many places of amusement by the pictures on boatrdwas fences and In many of the show win dows there is not n much lower jltNapleslocked up from Indiscriminate us pec tlon Those pictures were exhulllellt jfHeplaces of amusement in hanging out fntheyworse In the same proportion In 50onyears some of our modern cities vv beat Pompeii I project certain principles by whit you may judge In regard to any 8umseImcnt or recreation finding t yourself whether It Is right or wrong I remark In the first place that you call judge of the moral character of a lly amusement by Its healthful resuItyou or by its baleful reaction There are nfactmultiplication tables and statistics If you statue them an exquisite pieta reIgowill begin to discuss the pt eats involved in the coloring If you them n beautiful rose they will submit It ton botanical ehi is only the postmortem examllllltiollI of a flower They have no rebound ansmore are 110J reat titles of fee fro a Jbillowhey seem as If nature hud built themIcontract and made a of It Hut blessed be God thewre people In the world who v e faces and whose life is a song anthem a paean of victory JeD eir troubles arc like the vines tin atothers andp no tho soft airs of summer hold peers u carnival They urn the people you to have emus to Ullr house are wJlenplet but touch the hem of their r jjNowprop1ttlewill 1musements In proportion as a al helmsmanIna stout driver and these people nature will do well to to tile reaction of all their emu meats If an amusement sends you home at night nervous so that you cannot sleep and y 1rise up In the morning not because y dutydrlllfllhave been where you ought not to ha been theta lire amusements end h s n man next day to his work wt stuJlldInof amusement They are entertal- at meats that glue a man disgust with t drudgery of life with tools becau they nre nut swords with world aprons becitue they nre not robes with cattle because they are not a furlatcd bulls of the arena If longingforve hintureshoots itself moonlight adventures and hairbreadth escapes you may de pend upon It that you are the sac pleasureOllrreup and if they pull us down ai to inllIr moral or as to our physical rength you may come to the cc c that they are obnoxious inStill further these amusements are expendlhiresspent III recreation is not thrown a WilY It is nil folly for us to come feelingthatrelima You may by it have made- vestment worth more than ansaction that yielded you hu deeds of thousands of dollars II how many properties have been rid died bCORti nTheIt was the city of Philadelphia w riIthese men plied me with his Internal t lie saw I was green lie want to show me the sights of the town He painted the path of sin until It looked like emerald but I was afraid him I shoved back from the IIlIIskJ made up my mind he was basilisk remember how he whee lute clinlr round In front of me and with n concentered and diabolical tort attempted to destroy my soul but there were good angels in the that night It was no good reeolutt on my part but it was the all en compassing grace of a good God tin delivered me Beware beware 0 young maul There fan way that secmcth right unto a man but the end thereof Is death The table has been robbed to pay G1nrousing party has burned up the boys primer The tablecloth of the corner saloon Is in debt to the wife s faded dress Excursions that in day make a tour around a who months wnges ladles whose lifetime business It Is to go shopplnglarge bets on horses have their count parts In uneducated children bas ruptcles that shock the money mar ket null appall the church and that send drunkenness staggering sera the richly figured carpet of the ma slon and dashing Into the mirror drowning out the enrol of music wl the whooping of bloated sons con home to break their old mother heart I saw a beautiful home where the nightdIndul The brngitttg us door They rang the bell at oneIon oclock in the morning Father and mother came down They were walt ing for the wandering son and then the comrades as soon ns the door opened threw the prodigal head long into the doorway crying There he is ns drunk as a tool Ha When men go Into amusements at they cannot afford they first borrow what they cannot earn and they steal what they cannot First they go Into embarrnsi and then into lying and then into theft and when a man gets ao a r as that he does not stop short of penitentiary There is not a pet a in the land where there are not 111victims of unsnnctlfied amusements disarranh Ia leakage In your money drawer Did not the each account cOllie out rignInst night I will tell you JOIlIl man In Jour store wnnderlag o into bad amusements The glee him may meet lawful expeudI inure but not the sinful indulgent which he has entered and he takesttheft that which do 11blmfurther and say those are un dthe51chare afllucnt or pinched we have work If you do not sweat with to will sweat with dresses You ha soul that is to be transfigured pomp of a judgment day und aft andrw IIn avalancheof rock you will thlllk and net high on a rhea here seraphs sing or deep in a dun v tlwhereand so much to do for Ood pity that matt who has if 111Ilrndhutecowpony you go any flIntemllerate tbbewilt despoil your nature The g undermine your moral diiP to support your children when you tearkraresewas one to welcome me to my new home To tine per gcuerosounature tidal flatysaloonsvethim with a thousand arts They seized piled upon his social nature and he epuld not stand the charm They drove Mm wingedn to1eNowHehabitsg InIsIYreIggo s little girl of eight years nnd em IIcrIand strew around her thatriliereby an evil spirit he would go out to the inflaming cup and the house of shame like a fool to the correction of the stocks III was summoned to his deathbed I hastened I entered the room I found ingtnfulleveryetout my hand lie grasped It ex citedly and sold Sit down Mr Tal mage right there I sat down lie said Last night I sow any mother shennoIeWilliIias na ere you Wife I wish you would take these strings off There are strings spun all around themasthe wife my dear there Is there there is nothing there youedsold to me Henry I do wish you putmyIYotttyauhelpa II20Iannoyon andtdid not realize what I was saying I got up I said Ooodby I hope you OoodbyThat night his soul went up to the od who gave it Arrangements were for the obsequies Some said Dont bring him in the church he Is too dissolute Oh I said bring him He was a good friend of mine standleto the church As I sat in the pulpit and saw his IkI told the people that day This man had his virtues and a good runnyof goodnsintinsatsyourbletbefullaorrowsOh her countenance haunts me today like some sweet face looking up us through a horrid dream On the other side of the pulpit were the men who had destroyed him There they polefromflushed until it seemed as It the fires of iniquity flamed through the cheek and crackled the lips They were the men who had bound him hand and foot They had kindled the fires They had poured the wormwood and gall into weepNoDid they say What a pity that such brave man should be slain No no not one bloated hand was lifted to wipe away a tear from a bloated cheek They sat and looked at the coffin like vultures gazing at the carcass of a lamb whose heart they had ripped out cried In their ears as plainly as I could There are a God and a judg day Did they tremble Oho no They went back from the thoughtheirwas told that they blasphemed and drank and they gambled and was not one less customer in nil houses of iniquity This destroyed was a Samson in physical but Delilah sheared him and companlollshlpdug houraGodtountilveeternalaidany you a distaste for domestic life la drAup amusements The father went off mother went oft the child went fragmentsbeforeyou have wandered away I would to charm you back by thug sound that one word home Do you littleceDo you not see father that children are soon to go out into world and all the influence farryou are to have over them you torofseat 1 THE GITIZENBEREA KYMAY 23 1901 Commencement Anniversaries BEREA COLLEGE e 1 90 1 Thursday May 30 MEMORIAL DAY WITH G A R POST ADDRESS nv REV G S DICKEKMAN NEw HAVEN CONN Friday AFayji ANNIVERSARV OF LITERARV SOCIETIES Sunday June a BACCALAUREATE SERMON Monday June J ADDRESS IIEFORE LITERARY SOCIETIES BY PROF J C MKTCAITK OF GEORGETOWN COLLEGE Tuesday June 4 ALUMNI REUNION MmtJay ami Tuesday June 3 and 4 EXAMINATIONS WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 COMMENCEMENT 900 AJ1r GRADUATING EXERCISES 130 P M ADDRESSES nv ExGov BRADLEY ANn OTHERS FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEPTEoFBEWII HOMESPUN FAIR Tile annual Homespun Fair will be hold Wednesday Juno 5th JDOl Room 4 Lincoln Hall In order to encourage Fireside In dustries and aid her skillful friends in finding a market for their wares Boron College will again told the Homespun Fair which has been so successful in the past Readour list of premiums then start that loom Even if you 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 must have been made since last Commencement Day Juno J900 But any homemade goods which the owner desires to sell may be dis played at the Fair free of cost and the managers will do their best to ar range u sale- Notice also the amount of goods called for in our premium lists These are the lengths for which there is most demand PREMIUMS OFFERED 1st 2nd Homespun Coverlets 2 00 SI 00 Dimity Counterpane 2 00 1 00 All wool Jeans 10 2 00 1 00 Cotton and Wool Jeans 10yds 1 00 50 r Linsey Linen and Wool 10 yds 2 00 1 00 Linsey Cotton and Wool 10 yds 1 00 60 Allwool Dress Flannel 10 yds 21 00 Homespun All wool ydstwilled 2 00 1 00 Homespun Blanket 5J yds twilled cotton and wool 1 00 W Double weave Linen 2 00 1 00 Figured Linen 10 yds 1 50 76 Plain Linen 10 yds 1 00 60 Rag Carpet a web 2 00 1 00 Buckeye Hats 1 00 JT Buckeye Baskets GO 25 Axhandles BO 25 Wooden Fork and Spoon BO 2fi Handmade Chair 1 50 76 Handmade Saddles 2 00 1 OQ Knit Socks yarnindigo blue and white BO 25 l Knit Mittens i Homespun yarn indigo blue and white 60 26 Competent judges will be secured and the management reserves the right to give only premiums for secondclass articles when no first class ones have been entered For full particulars address MRS JENNIE LESTER HILL Berea Ky- WANTEDCapable reliable i enwn In county to represent large company of 101ltlllnllll clal weekly trtrdeyahsolutclyuroandallpexpeu straight Ixmatldc definite salary no com mission Alary paid each Saturday and money advanced each week STANIJAUU HOUSE 331 CHICAGO 900Salary rMen and women of wltlrc to represent us some to travel appointing others for local work looking after our Interests sooo andihouse Grand chance for raniest man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position and liber al Income New brilliant lines Write at once STAFFORD IllKSH 23 Church St New Ilnven Conn 92C Correspondence Madison County Peytoutown Solomon Duncan of Kirksvillo was here Saturday night on business Mrs Florence White loft for Cincinnati Saturday to spend tho summer Daniel Phelps and daughter have returned from the funeral ol Wm Phelps at Indiana polisBorn to Mr and Mrs Jonah Fife a fine boyOur Sundayschool is in good condition Revs I Miller and T H wero in Daristowu last SundayJackson County Kirby Knob Littlo Minn Jones who has been a sufferer for years with spinal disease had an operation per formed anti is now slowly recovering Mrs C A Smith of Mckee organized n Sundayschool at Clover Bottom Baptist Church last Sunday Dr Miller Mr Chapin and Mr Fields of Boron visited the Rises a grand cavo near here last Thurday Mr G V Durham had n flue horse to die of lock jaw a few days ago Charloy Jones has fever Memorial services at Kirby Knob Church May 30Tho statement in your last weeks issue that Mr Van Winkle and Mr Cope of Berea went to McKee to testify in tho Gay Powell case is a great mistake duo to incorrect infor mation There was no such case That mistake was duo to the writers misunderstanding legal terms Owsley County Uvcrsolc Our corresponduet was a day too late last weekC B Mooro and wife visited Wm hull and family last tookMrs Margaret Moors and daughter Dora visited Mrs Sallie Gabbanl last Sunday Pleasant Gabbard is still low with fever It is feared ho may not rev coverDr John Gilbert of South Fork visited Pleasant Gabbard last wmlBolincuit court at Boouevillo lasted but ono week There was a smallcrimi nal docketW 0 Gab anl hada log rolling last weekA A Caudell lost six head of cattle and one horse during the snow storm in April Alfred Bolin has sickness in his fami lyPeter Hacker is in trouble His favorite mulo died last week Bal lard Huff has invented a new plow stockRey Lewis Caudell and family have moved to Meadow Creek Wo are sorry to lose them Merideth Grabbard was in Boonevillo on busi ness Saturday Alfred Evorsole has recovered some of the goods stolen from his storea while ago Congresj has in hand the draft of a bill which enables advertisers to send out return envelopes of a kind cnahI ling customers to use tho envelopes without stamps and the postage shall jo paid for by tho advertiser when the envelopes are returned with en closures Chicago College Dental Surgery Dental Dcpirhueal of Lake Foml UnlTtnltjr Ono fif the lending dental colleges of the world located In tho treat medical and educational center of Chicago offers unsur passed facilities to the student of dentistry Twentieth Annual Course IHOi iof loKrwIIon betln ibont M INI Address Tb41ro tlaeLununmfutIkmembNtigI IIrr DR TRUMAN W BROPHY Doan I e Chicagoolarlectun No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and- animals of lice and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for yearsBig to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky THE MARKETS O XORMAN ft CO CINCINNATI Jlny 2- 1CtrrLEConilnon250 ft Butchers875 n fiOO Shippets48r I Dilil CALvEsChoice00r GfiO Largo CommonUX a 100 HoosCoi n iou15rn fiti5 Fair good light fiEiO pr fiili- I Packing fififi flfl nSf- iSiiKEiGootl to choice nir Vii Common to fair 2WIii LAMIIS Cootl to choice 4 85 515 Common to fairl75 475 WHEATNO 2 Red ifiJ 0 7i ioaNNo2utixed t6 I1JHnNo2FLOUK Winter patent 870 M 400 II fancy 810 S JtM II Family21 ft 275 MILL 1EEn1650 IIJ 1750 lityNo Timothy11125 1150 No 2II 122ri f l75lNo I Clover 1025 f 10 75 No2II 000 fl 9501 LAED Prune steam 785 p 705 Day SALT MEATS Clear sides 8J17 Short ribs 8JH Shoulders 525 Clear bellies II to 3011 803 875 BACON Short clear sides 875 ribRII StVJ II Clear bellies 8S5 nta I1JPOOLTRVSpringers per Ib 20 frg 25 FryersII 10 J 12 Heavy hens II 8 Light honsU 9 HoostersII 5 Turkey hens II G TomsII 5 DnckRII f- iEoas Fresh near by Gooso HIDES Wet salted tin i- II No dry salt U W 10 II Bull rifl G Lambskins J j GO firUWOOL medium combing 17 IS Washed long 22 pJ 21- Tub washed 2l J 25 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 42 gray to average et j to Duck colored to white 28 nij 85 Chicken white nc quills lfi Turkey body dry 12 Hi n REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS nounideasvanco news drawings photographs unique ole etc purchased publicationparticulars anti full information ho fore sending articles The Bulletin Press Association New York BUY THE N t IGf E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived hg thou who ad vertise n 0000 Hewing Mncbluo for f2000 This of n machine cau ourc1WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Tart determines the strength or wcakmwa of Bowing notable Feed combined with other strong olnts makes the Now Home the best Hewing Machine to bu- yMelffCIRCUURSSSS wo manufacture prima bvroroimrcluulng THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OHANQC Mats S UnionS N Y Chicago Atlanta On LuulMo Dalu TOL Han KrancUcoC l FOR TALC KY SISCO COI Nicbolasville Ky Dr Buckley editor of tho Christian Advocate Now York says that he re jected 13000 of advertising in 1000 the contents of which ho could not endorse Printers Ink THE HOME Edited by MISI GRACE J STOKE Instructor in DomoMlo Science llcrva College Fruit Preserving iihLLIES JAMS ANI JULY GOOSE llEltniES Quince jolly is easily matte from the parings and odd pieces of fruit loft after preserving but it is not well to leave to leave tho seeds in as they tond to make the jolly sticky IInml ropy Grape jolly should ho before the grapes turn A good old cookbook snYBUln making jolly do but littlo at a time to kop it of a light color and crisp and firm Bright fair weather improves tho color and flavor of jolly It is well to have a variety not too much of one kiudof both jollies and preserves fot the palate soon tires of oven n pleasant flavor ant a housekeepers shelves may present a picture to delight the oyo by a care ful and artistic arrangement of the various colors and shades Jellies should stand open a tiny or or two after being put into glasses that tho moisture may evaporate but they should be protected from dust If thin let thorn stand in the suns rays In a day or two std papers to fit the glasses dip those in white of egg and press thom closely on tho top of tho jolly A very oldfanhion ed method is to pour melted butter or clean mutton rat on top and let it harden All jollies and preserves should bo so covered then if mold appears it eau easily be removed without wasting tho fruit Finally put on the glasses the covers redo for that purpose or cover with paper pasting the edges down It is impossible to give more that general rules as to tho best plncu for keeping fruit Jellies and preserves will hour n warmer place than canned fruit but each boiuokoo or must do cido by experience as to tho bent place in her own house It should Iw n dry dark place where tho fruit can easily watched To nuke raspberry jam weigh equal proportions of fruit and sugar put the fruit in n preserving kettle with a little entrant juice ono pint to six quarts of berries mash tlto berries as they cook using a silver or woolen spoon Let it cook well ho fore adding after which boil ten or fifteen minutes While raspberries nit in season no ono should fail to make raspberry shrub to liSt for summer drink Pick over black raspberries if they need washing put them in a solve and let water run through them tho lens the better Let them stand over night in a stone jar covered with good cider vinegar Next morning mash thom well and strain through a bag not jelly bag us vinegar will injure itmensuro the juice and add threequarters of n pound of su ar to each pint boil ten minutes and bottle while hot For use put a spoonful or two in a glass of water one of tho most useful preparations that can bo kept in n house not only as affording tho most rev freshing leverage but being of sin gular ellicaoy in complaints of tho chest Gooseberries which como in July make goal preserves but are better spiced according to follow lug famous recipe Six quarts of gooseberries nino pounds of sugar Cook one hour and a half then add a pint of vinegar ono tablespoonful each of cloves cinnamon and allspice boil a little longer When cold they should ho solid if not boil thorn again Tho little green gooseberries are the bestGood Housekeeping hero is n story told James G Blaine of President GnrholdhGnr field anti 1 traveled through Europe together Ono day wo wero talking about mon what was their great preventative from evil ways and Garfield Well this thought has boon my best found out that had to livo withJim Garfield and that Jim was sure to know everything I did or thought and 1 didnt want to hive with n mean low coarse common vulgar fellow I wished to live with a gentleman BEREA COLLEGEHISS1 Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students from 20 States Boot College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For Hose sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College CourseLiterary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also payI for board in advance 12 weeks bo brought within 2400 about 14 to bo paid in advanceiThe school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominationsI For information and friendly advice address the ViceProidentiGEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Bares MftdUoa Co Ky THE SCHOOL Edited br J WDInsmoro neat of trio Nor mat Dciwrtmcnt lloroa College A Queer Onrduiiur Wo hind been preparing window boxes for need gonuinalors and I had told tho little pooplo tho story of Tho littlo Worm that was glad to Bo Alive which by tho way appeals to first anti HVCOIU grade children as fow storiefe do You will also bear in mind tho rea son for tho questioning and not con necting 1 How many of these little mOil and women can tell what a gardener ismJfolcartfgnnleiwr is a man what toads to your garden Carson I think a gardener is n man that goes around anil when ho sees any boys doing anything bo takes thom away Kvcrllt I think u gardener pulls weeds out of time garden so things can grow 7 U Yes a gardener is a erson who takes care of n garden mid helps tho lowers or vegetables to grow T Tho gimlonor has some helpers Who can tell me till names of theso helpers AWr Tho dirt 7 Yen that is ono helper RilleIuThe lion T Yes and sonic others Rlmrrrontho 7IIWlmt do you mean by breathe Jitntr The air 7 0 Yes mid some moro 1Ymtrla The rain 7ulS and ono moro who thinks of lit KelrtliTho sun 7 Yes now wo bare tho gnrdeu ers helM rs 7 I nit going to tell you about ho qutvrest little Hlln1ollorn hllr dener without any hands or anycot or tiny ears or any can feel and smell just n little iimmie Must be a funny man 7H a funny gardener and tho IUCtItit thing of all is this is lI011Jthosoil to grow in Then too it nuiktH littlo furrows In tho ground so mow sunlight moro ruin and morn sir con got in whew time roots am This gar tbouer has n mouth nail it eats decay ed vegetables amid loaves which it likes very much When I wRIt coming to school I saw 0110 of these little workers mid I brought It along Shut your eyes tight aud I will got it ready look Marie Its n llshworm CuraIIBut I dont think ho could fix your garden How does ho Miss C T After you have looked through these little glasses at our gardener I will toll you how it does its work arle1I0h how big ho looks mid there is a little red thing all through him that loots like See him morel T Do you see sty rings on his body CorelIIOh yes ho is pushing them all down now T That in tho way it tees when it into the ground First it puts its pointed head down amt then it draws all those littlo rings toward its lend and ou tho rings are somo little hairs that help it work IU way through tho soil It thuds something in tho soil that conics from decayed vege tables and leaves it IIwnllow this and tho soil that Is not wanted it takes to tho top of the ground std throws it oil in it queer littlo heap These wo call worm casts RmerIIOh I have seen those they aro worm hills 7 Yes they aro worm casts They do tho seeds mulch goalas tho soil in them is mado rich like your garden soil is made rich by throwing manure on itNow we will take this gardener dlLrwoGathering 0 Cameron iu Nebraska Teacher u CO YEARS r EXPERIENCE j Truce MAHKU ftCorvnlolTII AnrorernAtna a IltIfinical n vr Mii r o in nrua r a Ii tmliir Pal dto nuuww Ilinnninrtlrnmililnitliil 16eh Ialrata rnt frto Hilct a for n enr Lurnu vaunts iHfciii itifuich Mau rhelse tltlnln tUf wll Anal chance m 1t Scieinific RtU iiauhmiitunnirlr Illnnlrnlnt WnUf iract rlr dilation f nnr prlcntldr iliirtml form II a ffun four inotilh4 f bran ncwiijpaierii MuriN Co3olnroadwa New York Ilrancti oiBco O F ilL Wublugton 1IU THE FARM EdllCil by 80 MAMif Prolmvor of Hortl culture Jlerrn college Farm Poultry- nnioiiT ILLINOIS WOMANS jirTtmnt Until this year wb leave raised ducks foronrlmnrlwt I liko tho Rouen best Tho young of the 1ekin need considerable coddling the first Qf days time Notion dont Tho Pokin will weigh n little moro at maturity but the Itouon will weigh moro than the IVkin for marketing at ten weeks which in the only profitable way to raise ducks excepting for fluky pur poses We quit raising them because tho dry weather has miido our running water n thing of the past and while not strictly necessary without it wo would ho obliged to Iabynnls to separate them trout poultry as they would pollute every bit of tho water that wo always around in plenty for tho othor fowls With run ning water 200 or hero ducklings can IM raised from four ducks and n drake with chicken hens to do till batching and mothering for a few weeks DnYks are tho poorest of mothers and without an nhundanco of water moro or less of their eggs will not bt fertile Ihcan Ixj ruin ivlvery cheaply Wo feed thorn all kinds of scraps garden waste finish ing up on corn being not at nil particular as to whether thief dine on your choicest geranium or time grindstone Would likolOHay we IIIVOIIII11 hen houso old olio bo fixed up as comfortable as jxJssiblo and kept clean anti be whitewashed twice a your Uso slaked lingo and ashes under roosts sulphur mid kero hone iu nests and insect powder on I1YYoullgthan any cliickeus unless they hum younghilokllltlit saves jut cost times over each your to Jmvo thUIIIIIUfl from iutorfor IntO of older fowls Wo use cracker Iwxes for coops and chitwo boxes for nests and ct through the win tor for hauling thorn n11 from gro ms Give poultry plenty of oatn and whiml tumid in w scalded bran anti a cnhhngo oocA8iuly with warm water In summer wo keep an nhtin 111r1CtHforcornmeal till after Nix weeks old give thorn lots of sourmilk choose poultryBoilyoung and put n tined ofwpper in their food owuuiionljr anti I out food much corn to any poultry only to fatten Tho eggs anti oultry wo use on our own table more than imy for rood consumed by nil fowls Wo bury what few siollnteggs wo have in hatch ngfionHon Do not use them crows1odailyire Win lh Hoover in Helpful lien how To Dcstroy Itrlurs The following method of dtatrovimL briars won a SI5 prize offered liy wr agricultural pupae iu thin North ry county farmer who may read Ilia ought to cut it out and paste it in his hut I1Yfrollllow of sap is very strop and the stub or stalk that is left will decay even with tho ground In August whrn tho witting in repeated tho old stubs are not in the of lie scythe or machine and hyculthlK at tho timo mentioned all plant food from limo roots will ho prevented and they will opqrltlonthlkilled nnd the briars destroyed I have given thisn test of yearn fx ericnco anti find it to do just ns stated It does not matter whether tho pastures lure grazed or not A great many farmers will go to tho fix jwiisfl of cutting them annually for years nut tho result is n failure wlwn the timo expended in cutting nt the times stated will given u Of ItI factory nslltr the Greaftst machine magazine on Garth l tlbc Bmcrican Cbrcobcrman torlawhich bel to levied criranliaUnm fnr their mutual I Oiibt the Ibo ib rrmani balm and belin him in every 11Ins end of three months It the sutsrnmrl Weliavesoveratltomlumi I forJalnrleCClV7anILlrClal I InterestedInat subscribers Addrtii Cbc American Cbrcobcniian The Wsrraott baby In the Hunch Baoloon tato tl 5 j f- eaw011 Sllblr Block nu Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of Dentistry UniY rslty of Cincinnati Central Avo andCourt St Cincinnati OIThis College was organized in 11B aud limo fiGlh Annual Session lagins about October 8th 1101 Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established hi tho West If is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build lags are modern and wollndriptcd to the requiremonta of modern dentlll education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses Clinical instruction are also given Fees lire SIOO each Session For information and Announcement address n A Smith D D S Doan 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio r