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VeeklYrRevJOHNDODWELLManagerT HE CiiriZEAnglndependcntthe YEAR d SCHOOL 1 VOL II A 1ilmily Pnper DEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 80 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 49 t I IDEAS All work is Imnl for a lazy man Electricity is llfo IH that why HOIIIU people arc shockinlgT What dOOR Commencement mean to you young man young woman t hluruuxl with bountiWo linvo been ful rains now keep lit cultivators running When n man they with God IIIH volco shall bo as sweet as tho mur mur of the brook and tho nmllo of the corn Emerson Take Notice WEKKLY PIIATEH MEFTINOS Boron Church Vwlnt Hlay7 pm Unptlst Church Thursday 7110 pm Second Church Monday 710 p in Womens Prayer Mooting 2 tW m at the homo of Mini Snlliu Ann Davis SUNDAY SKRVIOKH lierea Church IJaccuIimronlo Ser mou Second Church clo xl for norviovB at Berea Church Baptiiit Church Roy II F Aulick iJO p m No morning service Sunday school nt 115 n 111nll churches runt CITIZEN will couio out n tiny earlier nest week on recount of Com mencement Ia Our now toruMnleom Kirk to commence shortly is worth rending by any mnn woman boy or girl hit lug Dont miss it FROM THE WIDE WORLD It is suspected that thu Gernmns Will not lenvo China nl all and that they want tho province of Shantung Tho Inlted Stales Philippine Com million vinilml Sulu and fOil slav cry mud imlygnmy very firmly root d Thirty two bodies havo lx en re covered froth till Universal Colliery in Wales victims of an explosion of lire lamp inimil I ratio in inn cotton with- the I ultod Stator for tho nine months lading March 11KI sU7SSiSS Toss than for thin com tponding months cf tho fiscal year IKX e IK OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho machinists striko is still on and wi probably last another week Tho American troops loft China Monday morning and will reach Ma nilla in a week Lieut Guy Allen of Vermont has boon arrested cbargod with wrecking a hank andQillington without delay Tho Westminster Confession tho foundation of tho Orthodox Presby terian Creed is to bo revised Oov Nash of Ohio suffered a nip turo of a blood vessel in tho opine on tho return trip from California Disastrous floods attended with much loss of lifo anil proi orty have occured in tho Tennessee Valley above and below Chattanooga Gen MiiCiVrthur has notifiied the War Department that ho has given Aguinialdo to visit the United States In the fall conditional upon the approval of tho authorities at Washington Thou A Edison the inventor has discovered a cement which can bo made at a small cost which can bo niuilo into n liquid and poured into tho mould of a house After n few days the cement solidifies and the mould can removedC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY wellllhfplanterchildren is lord A largo quantity of Indian relics have been found in a cuvo near Hog denville Laruu county Tho Womans State Monte Mission Society M E Church South not in Frankfort Sunday for n thrco days sessionGov Becklmm Friday appointed HO delegates to tho Southern Indus trial Convention to moot at Philadel phia Juno 1115 Gov Becklmm delivers an address to the graduating class at tho Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon Jefferson Co today J O Itobiuuou Democratic nomi pep for the Legislature front Frank rn county proposes a bill providing a f2 tax on doltlo reimburse owners of sheep by dogs Sninmio Justice aged n war veteran and tho oldest neat in Pike county is dead leaving 1U living children and scores of decendants His wife aged survives him Thin Louisville Nashville Rail road Coiupanywill double its track and Lebanon Junction and tho work will bo com pleted before October Raneydiedcounty of hydrophobia Two children in tho same neighborhood- are expected to develop the disease Locals and Personals Fresh bread at Bicknell C Karlyfl A J Hitler is down with Jaundice Look out for our new Hlory1I11nl com Kirk- Sam Mason is out after n two weeks illness Ur and Mrs Kuhn of Chicago urn at the Central Hotel Win Powell of Collingsworth is in town for a few ttays See J T lIl CJiulock at Itichmond SnddlllIlIlIIllmrnlH1rll Livingston is with relatives hero this week Misses llaniittlls and look of Moorehcad are at Ladies Hall Mrs John Anderson is dangerously sick after n surgical operation MUft Julia Vinrs of Scaffold Cone is with her sister Mrs Jus Dalton Krastus Speuco is still very sick his daughter Daisy ill much better Dr E B McCoy returned Monday from a trip to Cincinnati nnd Dayton President Frost expects to ho in Beroa to day for the Decoration exor cises Mrs Hoary 0 Urner of Cincinnati 0 visited Mrs Kato U Putnam lim1 week David Powell of Kirby Knob has bought tho Harrison Co Livery Stalin Tom linker n student hero was called to his homo in Clay county SaturdayMiss Lindley of Greens burg Ind is visiting Mrs Jennie Lester 11111 Mrs Slim Conn Is dangerously ill tier son Ira Bunch of Paint Lick is at her bedside T A Robinson the Optician will move to the Welch Block soon after Commencement Win Hanson and family of Win chester urn visiting Mr and Mrs Samuel J Hanson Miss Jennie Mason who spent last winter in Florida has lecn on a visit hero to Mrs Sam Mason Gov Becklmm has appointed II C linullinl as police judge in place of J W VanWinklo resigned Mrs James tart mother of our pOIhllllllhr11I Hcrlotisly at her homo of Inllamation of tho stomach Miss Jennie Manson who is in Omaha Neb visiting her uncle is expected homo abut July 1st The graduating class was royally entertained by Miss Hallin Embree at her homo Tuesday evening Look out for thin BIuo Grass Gro cery Lati loll and Creasy Riche mouth Ky advertisement next week Mrs W A Williams of Harlan county arrived Monday to with her htiNband until after Commence mentDouglas Bros Richmond Ky have tho best stock of Shoes in this region and are selling them very low down Rev G W Dickennan of New Haven Conn arrived Wednesday and is tho guest of Pres and Mrs FrostII M Racer J C Chopin W IL Boalty Harold Johnston and How and Embree went to Richmond Tues day evening Phi Delta end Alpha Zotn Literary Societies held their annual lore feasts Friday evening in their respective iociety halls Miss Fannie Morris was baptized Tuesday afternoon by Rev II J Dor thick Tho ceremony was hoMlit Brushy Fork Dr Cornelius was called to Con way Tuesday to attend upon n very sick child of Ham Jordan Tho child inns since died If you attend County Court next Monday you will do well to invest In Shoes with Douglas Bros Jlich mood Iy On Sunday there will bo no morning service at Second Church or tho Baptist Church because of tine special occasion at the Baron Church Harold Johnston of New York City arrived Friday night to bo at tho Alpha Zeta love feast and will re main until oftoi Commencement R C nnd W H Hart and Mrs Mary Parks of Fairland III arrived Tuesday They came to the bedside of their sick mother Mrs Jail Hart If you are interested In Jewelry such an Scurf Pius Buttons Brace lots Chains etc you would bo somewhat dilliciilt to please if you could not suit your fancy from tho New Stock of such things in Gold and Sil ver now on sale aux A Robinson on Main Street a4 Madison County Court DRY next Monday Because of ILosyery cool weather tho past weokr cut worms Inure been busy Tho Forty fifth Commencement of Madison Institute will be held in tho Christian Church Richmond today Boverley White exRhorifl of Clay wanly was In tints county the past week lllo hoar that Mr White was looking at farms with a view to local ing in tadtsonPantagngph- A special from Valley View to tho Courier fournal has the following to say concerning tho present tide in tho Kentucky river There is tho biggest May tido in tho river that has boon seen for several yours Low lands are flooded and farmers along tho river will suffer n great loss ThoiiHaiitls of acres of bottom laud which was in preparation for corn will have to ho replowcd The Southern Lumber at this thousandlogsseveral thousand moro before winters recede Alumni Meeting Thin public meeting of tho Boron College Alumni will bo inch in tin College Chapel Tuesday Juno Ith at Au aIlrexs of welcome will bo given by President Frost and tho re sponse made by Rev Jas Bond presi dent of tine association A paper pro pared by Joseph M Rogers editor of thin Philadelphia Enquirer upon Tie Old Rerun will ho rend amid address es given by Rev W E Barton hint Kirke Sm th Music will bo furnished by the Glee Clubs nUll n large niiinl or of letters will be read from graduatesTho especially all friends of thoso who have graduat ed and gone FIELD DAY EVENTS AND WINNERS 50 yard dash T R Berry first B F Maltby second Time 02 lisec Shooting mlltchA L Baker first It 11 Fieldsecond Sheridan Baker third Score fourth ring Milo runT R Berry first P 0 Derthick second Time C min 10 see 100 yard dashB T Mallby first II M Racer second Time 11 8fi sec Baseball distance II II Ernst first Thompkins second Distance 171 feet Boys 100 yard dash Jesse Rat eliTe hint Raymond Osborne second Time 12 lfisec 220 yard tlashT R Berry first B T Maltby second Time 20 15 sic HO yard dirshP 0 Derthick first E M Gentry second Time 01 sec jumplIouryond Distance 40 ft UI in Half iniln walk Henry Berry first II Washburn Second Time 4 min 11 hall at mark II M Racer first Arthur Yocum second Score hulls eye AMriC OORltT fRtC ASK YOUR GROCER FOR TDD MUa CREAM OF WHEAT MAKrAIT CilIA or WHeAT Co MINNI APOLK Miss Do you use Cereals If do bo sure to try Cream of Wheat Then there is Shredded Wheat Biscuit that is both wholesome and toothsome Strictly Pure Spices are very desir able so is Perfectly Blended Coffee You can procure all those anil other First Class Groceries at lowcs- tics of BICKNGLL R EAIILY Boron Ky COMMENCEMENT WEEK To ono not acquainted with tho sit nation it would bo a surprise to find how much can be pressed into a wook in a college town like Bored Public exorcises crowd each other in swift succession Tabernacle chapel and other places are vocal with tho re hearsu s and students exer climes Social functions thus long postponed because of pressing duties daysPropnmtonsception and entertainment of guests from abroad Chickens if possess with a grain of souse would npproachinhoenitalilies with largo sections of the alphabet appended to their names make long pilgrimages to Boron to see one of the educational marvels of the coun try On Commencement Day thous ands throng our streets and tho love ly park to see tho sights massed for that occasion and furnish material sociologistThen variety pf products of deft fingers and is becoming a largo factor in bringing about a higher order of in dustrial development The sunlight of Gods providence has brightened our pathway in tho past and tho bow uselatrioticMemorialthese columns last week There is n bran new roof on tho noble old tabernacle and none need fear getting wet this year A booth for refresh erectIof goodies and tho barrels of innocent liquid delights are not exactly free HUldierIu money and without price We understand there will be about eighty gallons of it in evidence If any persons wish to break the charm and resemblance to army lifo by adulterating it with cream or sugar they may bring the materials with Tho old soldiers will bare no part in desecrating colts in that way cups also A limited number will be on sale On Friday night in the chapel rour- litornrlsocletics will unite in the usu anniversary What a world learningisAlpha Zeta Beta Kappa and Utile Dulcol Two gladiators from each society will outer tho lists There competitionlately picion that each is putting to the front expretingtoWe II bo there to see On Saturday there will be a lull Tho be variously occupied some conning orations for commence mont some testing the now garments prudoutycoming examinations the seniors rest ing from tho spreads of the week and looking forward to fresh tri hobody wants to miss the Bacon ate Sermon in tho chapelon Sunday 1100 a m Some of tho most countryhavoWe do not know who it is to be this year but if it falls on Pros Frost himself it will not suffer in comparison yearsMondayTuesday will be full of to which thoexaminatlonsioml i i Monday- nighl the annual address before tine literary societies will be given GeorgotownCollego Tuesday evening the Triennial Re willIpudicinone of the best meetings of tho sea son On Wednesday Juno COMMENCE MENT look out for something now- Applied Science Normal Department fadustryWoodwork will all be represented A Mouse wilt be built before your eyes in twenty minutes Dont miss it From the present meteorological condition and the signs of tho times wo estimate that 2000 horses and COOO folks will bo on hand to see tho folks at least whether last years promise of of a now roof is redeemed In the afternoon that groat orator ExGov William 0 Bradley will give tho loading address 0 that the tabor uncle held four thousand instead of two1wNTEnrCitpable reliable person In every large com puny of wild limn clal reputation Sxn uUry per year payable 5l tier 1IOlulcl lure and nil oxpcu lll utralxht bnimllilc deauIWLalary no rom mlHluin salary paid and expense STANUAItntiouiE KELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment e o c WOMEN OF TASTE Like to see their men friends neatly and becom ingly clothed And where is the son of Adam l who does not wish to please the ladies Does it cost too much to dress well Not at all yourbVisit us and well show you a great assortment of new suits elegant and stylish enough for the most exacting taste and low enough in price for the most economical pocket book And dont forget our matchless lines of Mens FurishingsI COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef onhandBlacksmithing done at the same goodI 01IDentistIBerea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen isB neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The lost pon made is the Parker Jolnthsss Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail frou College Book Store Every jjen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or refunded if not satisfactory Oroerslorpromptly filled Address KyJuno J B SHOEMAKER Optician of Richmond Ky Will bo at the Star Hotel Boron Ky on Juno 61001 tested free of charge nndsuitablo glasses adjusted Ky Ahandfull of glassos will not help your eyesight if you wear them all unless your vision has boon properly tested and tho right lonsos fitted That Is Just whore tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If test your eyes you will bo suro of getting the right glass es and will have the pleasure and satisfaction of wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Main St Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sole of taetYI that have been mado at my oIDcoi y if there is one sot or anysots thaCti show any defects I will make a v new sot free We are making tho best sot of tooth in the world for 760 and if defects show in ive years wo give you a new set free This applies it all tho teeth I havo made or am going to make j the best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents t DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobson Building vct door to Gov- ernmelf c Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students FURNITURE Tho very latest designs in Bedroom Suites Iron Beds Couches mill allother Furnishings inStockWo invito nil our Boron Friends null all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchasesiUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NightPPhone67 JO SL JOPLIN Richmond Ky I SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS BROS Richmond Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400 of 300 350II 200 300 175 Mens Black Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 tcc cCome early and get your size Only a trot ited quantity on hand fc r ACCEPTED AT lAST Cuban Constitutional Convention Adopted the Platt Amend ment Tuesday THE VOTE WAS 15 FOR TO 14 AGAINST The Actual Ballot Was on Accepting the Majority Report of the Com mittee on Relations The nadleals Made a Hard Fight at the Lat Moment and Several Senora Bitterly Arraigned fthe Conservatives Havana May 29The Platt amend meat was accepted by the Cuban constitutional convention Tuesday by a vote of 15 to 14 The actual vote was on accepting the majority re port of the committee on relations which embodies the amendment with explanations of certain clauses The radicals made a hard light at the last moment and Senors Portu ondo Gomez and Tamayo bitterly ar raigned the conservatives Senor rat ayo was particularly vindictive and declared that everybody who voted in favor of the Platt amendment was a traitor to his country The convention compelled him to retract this statement On several occasions personal encounters seem ed imminent Senor Gomez spoke for more than on hour mum his speech undoubtedly won over Senors Castro Robau ami Manduley lie appealed to the patriotism of delegates and re hearsed the long fight for independ ence denouncing as perjurers till who favored the Platt amendment on the ground that they had sworn to draw up a constitution for an in dependent republic Several conservatives rose and ask ed Senor Gomez to retract but he absolutely refused The following delegates voted against the majority report Gomez tenor Portuondo Lacrct Mnnduly CIsneros Ferrer Fortun Robau K Tn mayo Castro Zayas and Aleman Senors Rivera and Bravo were ab sentThe convention will continue sessions which will be devoted to drawing up the election law La Discusion in an extra Tuesday evening exclaims Now will come immediate independence DOWIES ZION HOME The Health Department A4torne Says That It la a lloapltal IB the Meaning of the Law Chicago May 29Tint ZIon home is u hospital within the meaning the law Is the purport of an opin- Ion submitted Tuesday by George H Kriete attorney for the health de partment Acting thereon Commts sinner Reynolds forwarded to John Alexander Dawie one of the regular nnfillcatlon blanks for a hospital license If the Doctor signes the application Dowie puts himself under the authority of the city and must abide by the regulation of the health department If he ignores Dr Reynolds he will have the law deal with for the ordinance pro ides penalties of 100 for a first eon viction and more on subsequent oc casions for those running hospitals without a license GEN FRED GRANT He Will Aak For An Extension of Leave of Absence In Order to visit Ilia Daughter Chicago May 29Oen Fred Grant who has been visiting here for the past few days left Tuesday night for Washington where he goes to report to headquarters While In Washington Gen Grant hopes to lIClure an extension of leave of absence in order to make n visit to his daughter the Princess Cantacuzen in St Petersburg Ills present leave calls for only 30 days WILL ADVERTISE FOR BIDS An Eitrnlre Conllntc Depot to De Unlit nt Saimley Iolnt In Manila Day Alao dock Washington May 29Thenavy de partment within the next few days wllf advertise for bids for a coaling depot at Sangley Point in Manila bay This depot will be one of most extensive establishments of that Kind possessed by the navy It will house 45000 tons of coal and will be equipped with extensive docks and elaborate devices for loading ships Sangley Point is just of the site of Deweys famous vic tory Demand For Railroad Ties Tacoma Wash May 29The de mand for railroad tics has grown so fast during the lost two years that Puget Sound mills can not now hardly supply them as fast as they wanted by eastern roads Contract- ore have orders for 20000000 ties which 3000000 are for the Central railroad several million fQr Missouri Kansas and Texas betides large orders from other roads llolh Were Drowned Pleasanton Kan May 29llarry Norman aged 18 years and Todd Ulnkcy aged 11 years were drowned In the MnrnlsDesCygne near hero Tuesday Young DIakey while playing In the water got in over his head Norman tried to res cue him and both Were drowsed STRIKINGMACHINISTS leveral llnsdrad In New York Com to an ARi+ ement With 15 Com paniesand Are at Work New V ark May 29 Several hundred ini chlnlata who have been on strike mving reached nu agreement with the IS companies which em ploye d them returned to work Wed nend ny According to the men the liar e Won a victory and their dcmam for nine hours work with ten hours Iuy would be complied with Springfield Ill May 29At a ses lion of the Wabash Machinists unloi Tuesday afternoon It was decided to return to work on the terms offeree by General Manager Ramsey of iha Wabnsh provided the strikers at Ft Vnyne Ind and Moberly Mo ac cept the terms by Friday The 30 met whose discharges resulted In the strike will be taken back by tit Wash May 2Tt is possible that on account of the ma chinists strike the repairs on tin revenue cutter near will not be coin pleted in time to permit her to pro reed on her journey north This will necessitate the abandonment of tin voyage to Siberia and the distrlbu tlon of the herd of 300 head of rein deer now awaiting the arrival of the Bear In thus event Lieut Hertholl will be compelled to spend the win ter on the Siberian coast SENATOR FAIRBANKS Ilie Will Itr n Cniiillilate Fur Preiil deal Ilefore the llrpulillrnn Na tional Convention of 1DO4 I rChlcngo May 29Senator Fair Indiana was formally an nonnced Tuesday as a candhlate tot president before the republican na lional convention of 1004 Harry S New republican national committee man from Indiana who arrived Tuos day In Chicago is authority for time statement that Indiana will stand behind Mr Fairbanks in his race tot the honor Senator Fairbanks will be supported by a solid delegation fron Indiana said Mr New The whole state will be back of him at the next national convention lie is the logical candidate of the party and with his nomination Indiana will be assured to the republicans aTHE SERVIAN THRONE In Cane King Alexander llaa No lint lie Will neqneath It to Prince Danllo of Montenegro London May 29 = A report is cur rent here says the Odessa corre spondent of the Standard on appnr cntly good authority that icing Alexander of Servla has declared to Russia his readiness should he have no heir to bequeath the Ser than throne to Prince Danllo off Montenegro leaving to the future to decide the question of uniting Ser via and Montenegro under the same crown CONTENTION SfcTTLED lGen noiecrana Conceived the flan For the Relief of Chattanoia During the Civil War Washington May 29The secretary of war has approved the findings uf othe board of which Maj Gen Brooke was chairman appointed to Investigate the claim of Maj Wm F SmIth U S A retired that he and not Gen Rosecrans conceived the plan for the relief of Chattanooga Tenn by military operations to be conducted In Lookout valley in October 1863 The board found that Gen Rosecran devised the plans- Aecldentally Killed at a Picnic Nardln Okla May 29lIss Nora Wolfram was instantly killed by her friend Miss Bishop at a picnic near here A picture was being made of a group of young people when Miss Wolfram asked Miss Bishop to point a rifle at pier for fun Miss Bishop isI1ld so The rifle was discharged ac cidentally the ball piercing Mum Wolframs heart Missouri Society fm New Yrle New York May IeA number oi natives of Missouri who are now red dents of this city met Tuesday night and took the preliminary stop of organizing a society to be composed of former Missourians Among those present was Samuel M Clemens Mark Twain Supreme Court Adjourns Washington May 29After a sea sion of three minutes Tuesday thee United States supreme court ad burned until the second Monday in October The brief session was de voted to the formal disposition of motions ItThree flamed to Death Ill May 29Three per sons were burned to death Tuesday In a lonely farm house northwest of this city The victims were Mm Mary Hershberger aged 70 Mrs liattie Maggee aged 22 Calvin Mag gee aged 5 Herman Troops Cotnlnir Home toHerlln May 29The German press exception comment in terms IsoC approval upon the news that Emperor William has ordered Count Von Waldersee and time German troops to return home Even the military papers join the chorus Suicided ny Shooting St Joseph Mo May 29An unknown man stole a horse and buggy rhere Tuesday night and when cap by the police shot himself through the heart dying instantly A letter in his pocket was addressed 0Mi B LambersoB Wallace He REVISION OF CREED Whole Matter Referred to a Com mince Who Will Make Recom mendations at Next Meeting rOE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADJ3URNED Moderator Hinton Was Elected Clair man of the body That Will Re vise the Confession of Faith During Nearly Two Weeks Sea done of Ireabrlerlnn Jeneral Assembly Mutter of Impor tance Were Considered Philadelphia May 29The Presbyterian general assembly was dis solved at 610 oclock Tuesday night hoinrbeenduring which time many matters of utmost importance to the church were considered Chief among times was the question regarding the rco vision of the confession of faith After a discussion continuing nearly four days the momentous subject was referred to a special committee of 21 who will make recommendations as to the manner In which the creed should be revised and present then to the general assembly which meets In New York- Tuesday for the first time since the assembly convened the equanlm flyof the commissioner was dls turbed by the Introduction of per BonnlllliR The trouble occurred dui lug the discussion on the chairman ship of the revision committee Rev J Moffat suggested a change ir the minutes of Mondays session BC the records would show that a new committee had been appointed to revise the creed regardless of the old committee of which Rev Dr Charles A Dickey of this city was chairman A Slight Squabble His suggestion was adopted nail Rev Dr Tames E Moffat of Cum berland moved that Moderator Min ton be elected chairman of the cOIn mittee This Incensed the friends of Dr Dickey and although Dr Mof fats motion prevail the subject was reviewed Inter in the session hfTIe S 7 Nichols of St Ionis Dr lcholB moved to reconsider the motion but ns he had not been pres ent In the earlier debate he was de Glared out of order The motion to reconsider was then renewed by Rev D W Crockett of Canton La and ninny of the commissioners participated in the debate that followed The matter was finally adjusted by Dr Dickeywho ndvised the assem lily against reconsidering the motion saying lie was confident there hail hecn no attempt to cast any reflec tlon upon him but thatthe commis sioners merely desired to honor his successor as moderator- Dr Dickeys friends wanted the election of chairman to lie made by the committee in which event it U conceded Dr Dickey would have been reelected Time motion however was lost BOXERS AGAIN ACTIVE They Are Particularly So In Dla trlets Where There Are No For elsrn Troop London May 29The Boxers are again active in all districts where there are no foreign troops says a dispatch to the Standard from ricnToin dated May 27 Sunday u missionary who was going to Tu Lu on the grand canal was forced to re turn to TienTain on account of a fierce fight raging between Boxers and Catholic converts There wan heavy firing on both sides Four thousand insurgents from the irovince of KwnlChnu have invaded the province of Szo Chuan says the hanghni correspondent of the itandard wiring Tuesday causing i widespread panic It Is said that iOOO Yiintmnez are about to join them THE YACHT CONSTITUTION I Trip to Tent the Sell and to Drill the Crew Everything War Sal lafsetory Newport II I May 29The yacht onstltutlon Was out for about two hours Tuesday to test sails and to drill the crew The breeze was light from the northeast but the Consti tution footed fast with only main ails stays n jlli t tj Ill odes vns at the 11 and tri1 the yacht 00 all the points the sails setting Tell and the crew handling them III good fashion Their Demand Granted Irovldence It I May 29 The 250 strikers of the Providence Engineering Co were granted their Ictnands for a ninehour day Tuesday night the minor issue affecting ipprentlccH agreements and a raise In rages to be granted during the next three months Inject to Door 1er Cent Interest Peking May 29TIle Chinese plen potentlnrles have informed the min sters of tin powers that the court ma notified them of a willingness to Joy indemnity to the amount of 450 100000 tnels but the court objects to four per cent interest Coal Property Destroyed Spokane Wash May 29The Great fortherns coal chutes and cages with five cars of loaded coal were destroyed by fire at Hllliard Tues lay morning The loss is 125000 Prompt action saved the near shops SUN WARDS IN HOSPITALS They Are Very Largely Initrarat ata In Curing Many Patients Of Dlseaae The theory that sunlight exerts powerfully healing influence upon disease processes hu now become to wel established that the mnroom lire garded as a necessity In a well appointed hospital In the plans of new hospitals that aspire to be up to date the solarium finds a prominent place and to keep up with the advances o1 medical science many of the old hoe pltals are attaching solaria to their buildings says the Trained Nurse The sun ward II easily built It must be of course on the south skit of the building having its eastern southern and western walls largely constructed of glass A good plan ii to build a large bay window with metal frame work and if the hOI pltal building la to be three or four stories high this bay window may ex tend to the full height of the malt structure With this arrangemen each floor will have the advantage of a sun ward The means of ventilation should be perfect and the heating arrangement adequate for the sun bath is just at practicable and useful on bright win try days as on sunny days of summer If the outlook from the windows ol the solarium Is pleasant if the land scape la diversified with hills trees green lawns or Geld or a lake or a bit of time ocean so much the better Unfortunately for some Institutions the south view from the hospital It limited by walls of brick and stone Nothing however can deteriorate the direct rayof the sun so that wherever possible this exceedingly useful and very cheap commodity should be utilized for therapeutle ef frets THEY HAVE HARD SERVICE Soldiers In lht French Fore lsta Le irion Have Aaythlasr Slat aa Easy Time The French foreign legion which Ii again the subject of Parisian politics gossip offers about the hardest mil Itary service In the world and no one who knows enters It until he hss ex hausted all other means of support or wishes to bury himself says a London paper Men of all nations are In it rank many of them hard characters criminals and jailbirds and It 11ways sent by France to do the dirty work which that country naturally does not choose to Impose upon Its own childrenThus has held the frontiers of tit African colonies where every now and then a post Is cut to bits by a wild Aral tribe The fever lnfesied of lodllbof Its exploits The discipline too III most severe Flogging Is a dilly occur rence add capital punishment Is tin result of the most trivial offenses Thus the cases of Insanity In the legion are of a much larger number than In any other branch of the French service A physician who hss bun studying the insanity of the legionaries says that I majority of the cases are well Jevel oped when the men enlist since few sane men would ever accept the oondl lions know to exist in this corps H adds that In his opinion many men shot for breaches of discipline were not mentally responsible and he says that the same trouble may cause the Insub ordination among the French troops with the allies In China RAJAH WEDS A EUROPEAN MSB of the llaralar Provision sad ta saiti MarrlaaT Com traet It is announced that the young rajah of Jhind who U lord of the third biggest native state under the Punjab government has celebrated his coming of age by marrying a European girl Miss Olive Monaleaen daughter of Mr Monaleaen of Bom bay The wedding took place accord lag to Sikh ritea and was to some ex tent a runaway one If the match ass be so described where the bridegroom Is already the husband of at least two native ladlss Anyway the British political officer was not given time to Interfere effectively says a London paperThe Indian Planters Gazette claims to have seen the marriage contract which has been drawn up In accordance with Sikh usage and provides the lady with a definite income besides making stipulations with reservation as to how many other wire the potentate may also possess The existing Maharanis are reservations It U an unpleasant business to An gloIndlan thinking this marriage of a white girl to a rajah but right enough from the Sikh point of view The lady will be known as her highness Juswant Kuar This Is the second eau of the kind that has occurred of late years in the Punjab That of the late Prince Florence of Patiala was the flat Wbnat from Egyptian Tombs The statement has frequently bees made that It is possible to cause grains of wheat found in ancient Egyptian sepulchers to germinate and grow Thll statement has been disputed and the question waa discussed at a recent meeting of the French Academy- of Science It was shown that while the albumen of wheat found In a tomb 6000 years old had undergone no alteration the embryo was changed and could not be caused to germinate But a fresh embryo placed in the ancient albumen would grow and his fact It was sold probably ao counted for the statement that the UI101lCrow INVITING THE BEST THINGS How to Secure a Noble and Hartnoal as Life Preparation of the Spirit Necessary To men and women of unbalanced ambitions unrestrained passions un controlled temper tragedy is always approaching They are marked for disaster not by a fats outside them selves but by the very structure of their own nature Violence is sown for the violent as light II sown for the righteous In the end every man faces himself in the harvest he has to reap and no man reaps what ho has not sown The unselfish and loving who serve and wait are often astonished by the affection and devotion they evoke They cannot understand says the New York Outlook how so much has come to them when they feel so keen ly their own poverty of spirit and are filled with a deep and genuine self dissatisfaction They are always lOW- Ing the seeds of kindness but when their ways blossom with all manner of beautiful words and deeds they do not recognize the fruit of their own sweetness and devotion They are always Inviting kindness affection and trust and these qualities are always lying In watt along thejr paths In a thousand beautiful forms If one longs for a noble and bar monious life with the resources ofI taste intelligence and culture with the warmth which comes Into time air of the world from troops of friends with such an external ordering of life In estate house furnishings and social order as shall express n high minded and generous spirit let him prepare his own character for these great prosperities To the man of harmonious nature fine taste and kindly spirit the things which give external life order beauty and dig nUT are always coming If one sets out to acquire these things and add them to himself they generally evade and escape him they are not valt Ing for him and when be comes they do not know him But let him be in his own spirit what he desires to express in his belongings and all these things shall be added to him they belong to him and as a rule they are waiting for him LIVING IN THE PRESENT The Sleet Way of Heine Prepared foe the Mft That Is I Coin Living so as to get the roost out of the lmresrnt life is living so as to bl best prepared for the life that is to come This Is not what Is ordinarily understood to bo our duty by those who claim that we must give up hope of joy or profit on earth if we would have joy and profit in Heaven Yet the lllble both the Old Testament and the New plainly points out and declares that to make the most of the present and the fleeting Is to make the but preparation for the future and eternal The Lord lalIby His ancient inspired messenger I am the Lord thy God which tencheth thee to profit not to lose now in order to gain by and by but to profit now end ever which lead eth thee by the way that thou rhouldest go In one of Pauls Inspired letters he affirms specifically Godliness Godlikeness is profitable for all things not merely for the future life but as having promise of the life which now Is and of that which Is to come Again it lid clared In the New Testament as In explanation and renewed emphasis of the day of that salvation which Is the brightest hops for sinners held out in both Old Testament and New that It is not postponed until another life than this but that Behold now la the day of salvation He who chooses that which Is best and most Joyous for this life Is sure of that which Is best and most joyous In the life that Is to come He who II not already living as prepared for the eternal future has po real good or joy in the present even if there were no future to be thought of or prepared forS S Time LUMINOUS TRUTHS That only is done which the heart does Rams Horn Men secrete their religious life through shame or fear of criticism or morbid sensibility but no men can be a Christina without being luminous 31 W Beecher Even the sluggards garden brought forth fruitbut not for the sluggards benefit The diligent man reaped and carried off the only harvest that It borea warning William Arnot- I Am convinced that what a man does Jn the fear of God shall tell on the In teresU of the Redeemers kingdom Like leaven it will be working though we do not see UAlbert Hopkins Some nameless Influence irON out from your least conscious hour that alters and shapes in its little meas ure every man woman or child that yon ever knew Bishop Huntingdon- If thou knoweat how that every block thought of thine or every glo none thought took root outside of thee and for half a century pushed and bored its healing or poisonous roots 0 how piously wouldst thou choose and tiinkl J P Richter Kindness Kindness will do wonders if properly employed We dont want It dumped upon us in great quantities like the man who buys his wife a sealskin and then forgets her little wants for the next five years Francis Murphy MaaUrs In Gratitude Those who give thanks most sincere ly are those who most freel give oth ers occasion for thanks Generous peo ple thank generously It takes nu ample heart to recognise an ample JieavfBvBaptist Uolot THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for June 10O1 Jetma Our Illsib Priest In Heaven Prepared by It C LenliiKlon THIS IKBHON TISXT Ilcbrrwa 91114 4aII Out Christ belfg tome an hitch priest of good thins to conic by a greater and more pctftci tabernacle not made with hand Unit II to any not of lilt bullillniti- IS Neither by time blood or gnat mid calve but by Ills own blued lie entered In once Into the holy plHce hnvlng obtained eternal ttdiiniitlon fur m 13 For It the blood of bull and of gouts and the ithen of an heifer sprinkling tin unclean tiinctlruth to the piirllylnic of tin Itrih How much more ktmll the Mood of Christ who through tin eternal Spirit of feted HUnelf without spot to Iud purge your coiucUnca hunt dead works to serve the living nod f H Kor Christ U nut entered Into lblholy pUcrs mode with hind which are the Iliturei at the trues but tutu llravn IHelf now to appear In the prvivnco of 8Uod lor us 3 Nor yet that II should offer Him wi self often as the Mull print inurcth Into the holy placet every year with blood of other For then must lie often have auf III fered slime the foundation of time world but now one In the end of the world hath I lie appeared to put away sin by Hit iitcrl llceui Illnuelf- tt And HI It U 1I to die but after this the JudlIIIIYSI Ho lhrtl was once offered to bear the sins of many and unto them that look for Him hull Ha second lIne without tin unto usivallon- 11iiLlil1 TKVnllf ever livens to dl make Inlerceaduw fur watteh Tixae ftt NOTCH AND COMMKNTS flip true Nlgnlllcnnce of the life death mud rcMirrcctloii of the lour Is time nln1 of the SRVI I given for today It shows that Ii did nut IliiUli or complete HU work when lie left thU world of ultra In t u very real MCIISC He lad but begun It h Thi world luiil waiiilereil far froth Its Maker through alit inn will h fill disobedience Jeans ciime In alt ow 1 the world till way back to hail The tnUalou of Jesus WIIK tn bring all 4 min Into Intlinali relations with the nilwise Father To ilo thus Jesus 1 It mini to worth to give nn rxntnplt In i right living ol n nobly rlmrnrter He made the atirrlllrr of the i JII on the si altar of human Ignorance mid big II o the J put Him Hut IhU was not enough While In the physical form on earth a the work of JCMU was loeallml SoY 0 lie usceniled to the hatlier aenillng 0 the Holy Spirit to Instruct time heart and consciences of IIU follower the jtworld over Nor was thin enough lie had become the Micrlllre for human if t sin at the right hand of Ills Father in lienven He became the great high priest hearing time confessions of 1 stumbling falling Christians receiv lag the repentance of tips tired of sin and acting as tnrdlntpr between t all and time great Father of whom sin I lord made the world afraid This we take It Is the central truth to be pre seated In making an analysis of the lei s son we would present not alone the J I lesson text ns printed hilt also etr4lain other reference bearing on priesthood of Christ Christ Our High Print 1lrb tIMI His Holy Character Ib1tIThe New Holy of llolle lleb til aChrist the MediatorIlrb UJ4 Christ Our High Irlest The bet i ter priesthood of Christ U seen I In Its better sanctuary verse 1lrits better offering verse IS its littler purifying verses 13 14 111 The high priest among time Jtws represented the eople before lod he was Imperfect In nature wicked In contrast Is aOMlhnutcome etc rather of that arc come a better and offering a better hope a com hide salvation The Jews had a taps t crnncle then a temple great and glo td rious with courts a holy and most holy place As the high priest passed through the outer courts Inti the holiest so Jesus through the tI iifarThe Lord Is the maker of time jperfuse blood of calves but It wits a 0 temporary arrangement they could i bring thus to remembrance but could not remove sin 103 Con trust with the bloodof animals Jesus own blood that of the Son iA of God of Infinite worth procuring i eternal redemption from the power nail love of sin to a life of holiness Ills Holy Clmrn ter Christs sin a j riolookedtime were human and faulty often grossly unrighteous Into the pure ear and heart ol Jesus our confes sinus of trouble nod trial nnd coming are safe lie loves to shortIend bless Hut not only Is purity lint In that He was tempted ns a man like as we are tempted so Christ can enter sympathetically Into all our experiences The New Holy of Holies Christ In contrast with the Jewish high priest did not enter any material place con jJholyother phase of Christs priestly tion and really the heart of the anIter Sin has separated us from Christ the sinless One brings us again to that condition in which alone we can have communion with God Spear Potato Only the clean can see clear Fast living is really but slow dying Only he Is fit to lead who can be ledThe dwarfs of earth may be the giants of Heaven je The distress of another may be Gods touchstone for our Virtues A diamond must remain dirt if It be not willing to lose half Itself It takes a great man to preach sv good sermon to a small congregation Grit la a good thing to have so long MTOU dont ftreitayw ad hhra- Ysss aI X L reva i Ie Stationery Cheap i will do well to lay in a l4y of Fine Writing Pa ll per and Envelopes before you f leave Berea tie OURSTOCK l Students Job Print OF GENERAL INTEREST Our Decoration Diy number is ti worth preserving You never read a purer mow inter in rating story than Mnlcom Kirk It will commence vnry HOOD Tho Blue OraMH Ura0ryof Rich inoiid KIM going to ndvertisn HOIIIO special bargains for next weak J T McCliutock nt Richmond will Hell Saddles mid HnrnoHs nt son satlonnllv low prices on Court pay Greatly reduced prices III the Smut slit and Harness lino on Court Day nt J T McClintocks Richmond K Tho Kindergarten expects tobavonfi j booth on the grounds CoimniMicenient Day 110 sure to m their art copse t ion Quito n numlr of Boren htudenln 0r lave tnkon exaniiuatioii for teachers co rtlflcates who hate not yet IXHMI heard from Blovins Alien rtcoivod a firwt chins certificnto in Clay county and his slim U r Fatinio nOCtln1n curtificato of lower grade Just to opon your oyox Iwill soil Saddles and Hnrnons on Court Day in Richmond at prices tout will make you laugh J T Mclintock Mrs Frank Coyly and Miss Lucy and Helen HnyoH received certificates of tho firwt class nt the oxnmiiintion of touchers nt Richmond last wreck Students who wish oiuployment for tho Hummer would do wall to call at till Rolw HOUAO moth uxnmino tho Puritan Water Still Agents for Ohio and Kentucky nppoiuted by Ma L Brooks Tho Athletic Association mot Mon day mid elected the following ofiicers for next yenr Pn s P F Shrock Vko Ins Goorgo Pow Clerk J 13 Kworn Football Munngur C Murphy Trims Jas M Racer Bnfto hull Mst ntir A H Suffern Field Marshall A K Bontty Hero aro n fitly reAHonn why it will pay you to ndverlisM in the CITIZEN Thu CITIZEX line n good and grow ini circulation going to n largo mum Io furor Ismwmm Thu CITIZEN is road null n nind by each muinbcr who eau nwdof tho families toI whom it goes The renders of tho CITIZEN Imvo roufidcnro in it They know that no advertisoment will ho ndmittisl to its columns uulwo have good rca Mil to Ixliovo tho advertisement to bo trim mid worthy Givo the CITIZEN your business COMUITTCC ACTIVE On Saturday through Sheriff Colyor tho commit too ncontly appolntod to look after the interest of Madison county In tho quint ion of tho col logo removal sorv ednotice ou the Chancellor of C U that they would on Juno nppoar before the meetingof tho Alumni Association to ask for an accounting of the funds donated by our citizens to this institution dependent on its Iota thou hon This action in itself is of very little effect but will act as a gal form of notifying nil par 4tie iuteroHted that in case this must r is lightly leak with by their body rocourse bo had to our courts o equity Pantagrnph Din NOT iNTEHroMK The South ore PnHbyteriRU Gonornl Assembly which met nt Rock adjourned Friday sifter refusing to sp rove the consolidation of tho Northern and Southern churches in Kentucky though resolution wits panned that would interpose no bar Jthey delilwrations in this matter a dw p IItnllloppoRltion to the consolidation and it w oms to us that l Richmond would have done woll to hnvo hal representatives there who even though thug might hnvo nccom pushed nothing would nt any ratn leave ls OII ncconlod a respectful hear IOPnuwgraph Correspondence SII big Clay CountyOgle n Mrs Mr WoolRon Smith mid Miss BItell Smith were married last WInk Tho child of Mrs Scott Duvis WRIt IIIK burned to death liiHt week Born to of Mr and Dlr1Vnl Swufford n finw oy Pnrnmrri nro nearly done planting corn The sit avo liiihiiuwH ill all the go hero no- wMadison County Ieytontown tit Rev Win Rhode of Heron preached bore Sunday morning and uifcht in ihicuof Ituv 11 Monday 9he entertainment on Saturday night III fur the benefit of the church llrollghlI a nice HIIIII of money Jan niiin mid Jott Finnoll wermi at l1rriMIII town Mrs tVlia Allen is or still oirtho sick fiatMrs Jniut So gar of Mill Grovo spent Sunday in dlHllfllllmslay for Covitigtou where theywill work this summer Leslie County CoilillieilCO- Wo havo IMHIII having HOIIIO very to woathor mud farmers nro taking to HCJlnllltllltsire mow fish Iliiui has Inen for yenta past Hurry Valentino OHM of Leslie an countys most highly nlflltoelttlOUIIK cntlemer mid who in a candidate for comity HujMriiilendeiil is nt Hy don this week on buslneM Tim now Mlioolliouo at this plnco will soon IH I Huff Bros hiivothoirncw boat compltoteclulldRrll doing n pros jioroiiN business A huh ono of our teachers is at Ilydon hid week Owsley County Uublmril Meredith Onbbanl went to Boon ville There wore shout 28 IIpplhnlltll for certificate heforu tho nni of last Friday and Saturday Wo will give thu result next wt kMr mid Mrs John Ever solo of Cow Crook visited It W Minter and wife last Sunday W T Isaacs noininen for HSMWHor of InckI son Co was hero last Monday liavo hind lots of rain this WWK caus mug high tide in the river11 IL Bnbbnrd went to Biilfalo CfltkI Thursday Corn is selling at fiO el tpr bushel hero hafts DulT of Ier ry Co was visiting relatives nt this oelHOIIIO lKtt r lit this writing It in thought that tho fruit crop will be very scarce an nil tho young fruit is l affected laid dropping off Grant Gabbnnl is very ill nt this writingMason County Maysvlllo John Stniwder returned to hi homo in Cleveland 0 Mondny after K short visit to his sick mother Rev J Walker proachod interesting Horinon RI the Bethel church Sunday llev O A Nelson is preparing to give one of hU lrnlldlIoJcI titnu cnmpmeotiuKS in tho near future The closing of Mrs Mary Slovens school ut Washington recently wino Must affair MM Stevens has lior pupils BO well trained that thoy can always entertain an nudienco Rov W Talbort is ably rondiicting tho affairs in his now fiold of labor nt them M K Church smith everybody is pleased with himOno of the most pleasing features rag tlyW8N time closing of Mrs HRrr school of the east ond Tho building WUH beautifully decorated with ferns and asses and tho exercises worn n sac cuss from start to finish Miss Mat tin Clayton is seriously ill in Graves Alley Tho burning of Mr Tom Stevens house in Chosler was a seri Otis loss All of his household goods wore consumed Mr Stevens is n worthy citizen and deserves tho re Hpoct of everybody Rockcastle CountyC- onway Mr J S Gndd hM returned from Richmond whore she wont to bo op crated on and is nearly wollCltII D Cook died May 211 Thom wa n largo crowd ut law burial which was oondiiflod by the Masons Mr stud SIrs John Baiigh nro visiting friends nt this IlalftMnI J W Sigmon is still suffering with rheum liHin in her feet God will bless those who musk him Head your Bibles flu IIIIhoy Ills commands and you will ro eelve this hltHMillg Hockforcl J W TOIle Luis an oiiormous lot goods on hand for his now store Miss TWIt nrnnnliiir nod 7hool Van wow mnrriod Elihu faaylors baby is very sick with croup Rev Chicago College Dental Surgery Dcitsl Dcpsrtaical of lake Fwcsl UalttrsltyJ Twentieth Annual Course of Instruction will ltr ln about Oct ilL IVDIenlliitrnUmt May 1st WO full liiformatlo TrirarilliiKcounonudforuciicrlptifo book W aROPHYDean arouIHarrison Sta Chloag Robert R Braunainan is still grow worseTho oldest son of Sim for Is ill with malarial fover Mary S Watson hits recovered from severn case of pneumonia fever J1 Wren is visiting sister Mrs Owens The rain has homewhat hn progress of our tanbark JUHHIH Diimron is still suffer with kidney trouble Dr Davis Berea passed hers May 2OMrI- IlIm Jourdnn has a very sick baby Dlspiititntn Farmers hero are nbout done planting curlsMiss Mary Burnett is via Ding her father this week at Withers Yoijr correspondent attended church Brush Ireuk Sunday W H Stephens of Scaffold Cune was on Clear CVeuU Sunday Rev Nathan Ciilton of Rielimond preached to n congregation Sunday at Brush reek Rev Robt Murray who lives Kidimond is visiting his daught Mrs Sam Thompson Isnao Todd Milt McGuire of Scaffold Cane were visiting friends in Climax Sun Born to Mr and Mrs J W I lice girl May 20There was it hirge congregation at tile com munion services at Macedonia Church Sunday Sherriff Will Muffins died Silly kith with heart trouble Born the wife of Moses Auglin a fin- egirlA Sundayschool has been or nt the Baptist church on Crook Wo wish thorn success Miss None Owens has returned from Orlando Hev111 Dorthick prench interesting sermon at tho Ham eland Schoolhouse recently THE MARKETS UIIJItJRTIIII1 tt MIKMAN A CO iilCINNATt Ifdy 29 CATmrG mocn250 T 32ti Butchers 176 f B2fi II Shipers485rr 535 CALv eChuicuti00 G50 II1lIru CoininonJOO 400 moo10 rr 5X Fair good Iight6W j1 6i6 Pucking6G0q 570S- IIEKP Good tochoico96r 4X II Common to fair250 prl 350L- AJIUS Good to choice 475 M 510 II Comniou to fair875 475 761UoIISFLOOII Winter patent 865 g 3lt5 II ftucy310 n 85 I 21010 271 i MILL FEIU10r10 17r ILevNo i Timothy 14 25 r 1450 No 2 1225 I 1275 I No ClonrI02 1075 No2 900 j 950 LABII Prime steam 785 rr 800 DRY SALT MEATS Clear sides 855 Short ribs 845 Shoulders 025 Clear bellies 14 to 8lb 803 875 BACON Short clear sides 8871 4ribsClear bellies 885 tT 03I HAMS Sugar cured to1rtJ 11 JOOLTIIV Springers srlb 2 1r01II 10 t 12 heavy heels It 8 Light hens J HlOIIknlIt 4 Turkey hens It TomItDuckHII 0 ECMIH Fnwh near by 111 0OO IImFIWIHulttI GQ 7 No dry salt to null 5M 6 Liunb hkiiiH 40 n GO TALLOW IriuiB city i 5 r It Country 4 Il 4t WOOL medium combing 10 r 1Vnahellong 21 i 22 Tub washed 22 PEATUERS Geeso now nearly white 4 4gray to average 84 Q 4 Duck colored to white 28 35 Chicken white nc quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 11ANTEiCahoblo reliable jnmou In every riiuiily ti re reedit Urito company of anal 01 MUry er Nr payabl oudQlcxlcty i inlmlon 1lar i l each KatunUy Rod 111Iley aiIYNnetI 1In STAN IKUSK lOI ClIlCAOO THE HOME FAtted by Sires GRACE J Instructor In Domentlo Science Berca College Au Economical Home Recipe Believing that we housekeepers should all try to help each other I desire to give this most excellent and economical recipe for making a soap which is good for the skin and also fur everything in the line of housekeeping as it helps you to utilize and savo the scraps and broken pieces of in soap which would otherwise perhaps je lost or swallowed up by the drain pipesThe first proceeding is to save all the scraps and broken pieces ofsoap and drop them in a tin can saved for the purpose then dissolve three we ounces of pulverized borax in two quarts of warm water and stir all to gether in your jar until melted When cool it will form a jelly A tablespoonful of this will make a strong lather in a gallon of water and will be good for cleaning any painted surface silver dishes matting oil on cloth marble in fact there is nothing superior tothis homemade soap and it in such an economical way of sav ing every little piece of soap on the toilet or in the bathroom or kitchen to If you wish to make more and have not many scraps buy two good bars ofwhite soap and shave them fine and add to the scraps It is so good for the hands where one has to put them in water often It keeps them soft and nice When cool it forms a jelly It washes table linens beautifully and handkerchiefs tea towels and allsuch It does up the dainty articles or the homely homespun either hence it is a valuable home recipe and I felt aa it I wanted my sister housekeepers to have the benefit of it It is cheap and those who have tried it are very much pleased and will always con tinue they to save in this man neroIt is a goodsoap to use in winter for the chapped hands anc faceS H Georgetown Ky in St Louis Advocate Guaranteed SalaryYearly Men and women of good ailJrcta to reprraon- ti mime In travel appointing agrnU other for 1milerpgwnntnrflrarlTcstnrnmmislonun t expen ei rapdl ailrancvrnent old established liouw Oranil climico for earntit man or woman pxltlonndllberdSTAFFORD 1KESS 83 Church 81 New HnvenConn Y2G BUY THE E oSEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who ad vertlse a tGOoo Sowing Machine for 12000 Tlilsklndofamachlnecaa be bought from uMoranyofonr dealers from51600toe WC MARC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Ideate the Sewing Machine to bu- yIteforCIRCUURSSsS illWO manuDictureftnd price before pure tvaalng THE NEW HOHE 8EWIRJ I1JHIKE ORANOC MkM- Union Sq N Y Chicago Ill Atlanta OA 7BL LouUMo DallaaTox Nan KrnncUcoOU roe SALE BY 2iiSISCO d CO mcholOTllIe Ky 5TO THE DEAFA rich lad cured of her Deafness and Noises the Head by Dr Nicholsons Artific Ear Drums gave 125000 to his Insti tute so that deaf people unable procure the Ear Drums may have thorn free Address No 1314 This Nicholson Institute 780 Ave 02nBEREA COLLEGE ad-d Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Tcacliurs 700 Students from 2O States Best Col logo Mlirury In Kentucky NO SALOONS ofIrudo HchuoillCorltntry Printing Housework Nursing two years usDledot Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to hnlp all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a fret gift Students pay a small incidental f to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also for hoard in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2400 about14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Meth jabs Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicePreaident OEO T FAIBCHILD L L D Bare MftdUea Ce K THE SCHOOLE- dited by WDlnsmore Dean of the Nor mal Department Berea College Teaching Fractions The following method is useful to teach second grade children tho division of numbers into halves thirds den fourths sixths etc and it involves a principle and a way of dealing with that principle which later on will be helpful in solving advanced division and par ttrlEach child has a brown paper or that cardboard disk which he has cut into in two parts I toll them that the of straight line which stands between the numerator and denominator of the fraction ii the sign of the cut which have made in the disk and the Jbercut With their paper halves and inch sticks before them I tell them to find one half of 4 6 8 10 14 etc They must count out the required number of sticks and so place them the halves of their disk that the same number will ba on each half They soon learn to do this quickly with the even numbers and then 1w take odd ones It is difficult at first the find one half of 3 with one stick be on each side they hold their hands poised above it not knowing whereto put the odd stick After letting them try several ways I tell them that they may break the stick in two and lay one piece on each halt After this it is quite easy tho halt of five seven nine eleven etc After the number facts are once learned they must be kept fresh in the childrens minds by daily drill In the same way we find thirds fourths sixths and eighths of num of bers the disks being cut in these proportions The children after once mastering this principle advance rapidly and the work seems to shed workdmore problems are presented to be solved by these disks asIoIf I pay twenty seven cents for three quarts of berries what shall I pay for two quarts II James can hoe four rows of corn in nine hours how much can ho hoe in two hours The children at first take the sticks and disks and work the problems with their aid the sticks representing the cents paid for the berries or hours consumed In James work and the disks divided into thirds or fourths as the case maybe After a while they discard the helps and do the problems by reason The work of partition which is ordinarily so teach is made quite simple method Bessie Uallaher in Normal Instructor REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems illustrated articles advance news drawings photographs unique articles etc etc revised and prepared for publication Books published for particulars and full information be articles The Bulletin Press Association lei York IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS Ac Anrnneendtng a rkrlrn and nwrrlptlnn may contain nor olauwn hue a ether uttrnfnn larnhat4y pnleaGhe Cmunlrhot lrtctlnnddenttak ilaudlrV ou laleDIa ear frifi Sliest nuttier formvuriiirftiiurnu riionu taken turn A ti rocvlr rw1 wda without chorea lu the mQricdMIncps daltLrnnlufanaMennna Journal TermsWa 67 newwltalen iUNi Co rMewlrk toBranth omoe J 8t THE FARM Edited by 80 ttjaov Profcnorol Ho U culture Berea College Trees From Tho Government Next sprinftthe secretary of agriculture country young trees as throughout as thoIseeds Authority for this departure was secured at a appropriationcoming year The garden seed die- has been the subject ofno of ridicule and there is no doubt f a great deal of money is wasted i that way but it is nevertheless one the most popular features of our paternal government and members of 1 congress recognize its political impor tance to such an extent that no ergo ment can induce them to abolish or abridge it The distribution of is Secretary Wilsons The people of this country troesjtho natural 1becomeeach locality According to the pro gramme for the distribution of trees next year a given number of seedlings be allotted to each member ofYhouse of representatives who asked to furnish a list of constituents to whom he would like to have them sent The agricultural went will do the rest The seedlings propagatinghouses nation with specific instructions as to how they should be planted and cared expectstogrowing throughout the country every yearETo Keep Boys on tho Farm bytheIllinois to keep boys on the farms The fact has been brought outthatIattendance at country schools creasing because the boys leave the farms for the cities at an early ago The plan determined upon was to have agriculture taught in country schools It is believed that if farm work is made a school study the boy will have more interest in it and more respect for farming as a profession thorboy of 18 or 20 wishes to be indepeno dent He works like a hired man doing all the disagreeable unrenumor ative chores about the place and then is compelled to ask for money as- a favor Mr Samuel W Allorton says that if a boy is given ton or twenty 1ucres of his own he will take a manly interest in farming He will have something to work for and ho will have money to save spend or invest as he likes the same as the neighbors boy who works in the city No doubt the boys is best off on tho farm freer happier healthier more truly in dependent But ho must have sub stantial reasons for thinking so or ho will leave Alexander Grimes aged 55 drop pod dead in the Lexington operarhouse while his son George was s graduating from Chandler Institute Cbe Greatest macftfoe magazine on Earth IITTDc American ttbrcsbcrman lopIfor i alwyIuend ot three months If the subscriber II l not latUfied with It We bare several miums for threihermen wblcb are very valuable and useful Eendforaamplecopy agentI Interested i In threshing and the use of steam desired M subscribers Addreis I Ube amerlcan Ilbrcsbcrman IttTheWarmest Baby In the Bunch dfabteon tells ti 5 1m SUefcUr Block No More Vermin and its J 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 usewetsBig Inducements to Agents CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of Dentistry Unfoerslty of Cincinnati Central Ave and Court Stl Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1845 and the 56th Annual Session begins requiredyis coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build dentaldin Clinical instruction are also given Fees are 100 each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 161 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio WTHEGITIZENBEREA KYMAY 30 1901 a OorriUU by Jr Uneela I DAYS Johnny Yank to Johnny Reb Tli Jest an even forty year ringln forth from south to north The guns of Sumter sounded clear And answerln our leaders call To help the cause we Jedged was right Afield we tramped and drilled and camped I And guessed that you chaps couldnt fight But John we our lesson good Fet fight well say thats what you could U I SJ ti AYS Johnny Reb to Johnny Yank We heard a call In Dixieland And when the drum said Soldiers comel On southern soil we took our stand And areen as YOU uns In the blue We all paraded In the gray And used to tell how one loud yell Would make your army run away I But bout the third good lively muss Shook all that nonsense out of us UNDER THE STARS I AND STRIPES CDUITT years ago the 30th of May the first burning fever of war was at Its height The awful portent of those shots heard round the world na they echo ed from Sumters walls had sunk deep Into the minds of the people Civil war that dreadful scourge of nations was upon us At the end of May 1801 the country wns arming under Lincolns second call for troops to serve tree years It looked like serious business when true president so speedily doubled the quota and extended the term from three months to three years The fair weather patriot was In evidence of course Ho had tumbled over less Im pulsive volunteers In his haste to get to the front that Is to say the state rendezvous uudcr the first call but Then the three years limit presaged lighting anti hardship he mutinied as n victim of the bunko game But there were a thousand minute men of the real stun to one weak kneed kickerComoanles and real MAY month were organized tar In excess of the call Every Tillage resounded with the tramp of marcbipg men every hamlet throbbed under the vibrations of the army drum In a few large cities there was no militia or ganization whatever The military heroes of tho hour were war veterans and officers and soldiers of the regular army A town which had Its In the army or navy considered Itself blessed of fate A man with the slightest military experience was looked up to as a savior of tile country Volunteers begged to be allowed to follow his lead While rallying all too willingly around the mere good fellows who began drumming for recruits tho novices did bave sense enough In the main to an chor their fate upon real military ex- perIence A Went Pointer of the low est grade had no trouble in a field commission In the volunteers and nearly all regiments were led by officers from the army or by Mexican war In the midst of nil the crudest notions pro Tolled as to what constitutes an army 4Tafon the qualities for leadership and the of wnr Every company adopted some high sounding synonym ns the Rlnnktown Guards the Decatur Rifles the Blues In the same way regiments chose synonyms or were given them as nick names by their An odd assortment of arms and unl forms was dragged out of state arse nals and The uniforms ns a ntle were of gray which fact led to greet confusion on tbe battlefield for the Confederates generally appeared In gray at that date The muskets were old flintlocks altered Into percussion and the barrels bored with rifle grooves The standard rifle of the army was the newly patented Springfield but tho manufactory was not able to turn out to supply the troops until the third year of the war Hut Ip May 1SC1 recruits were glad to get nny thing having lock stock and barrel Mountaineers like the famous Buck tails of western Pennsylvania and the squirrel hunters the Ohio car rued to the rendezvous their ordinary gaming rlfloo and they clung to them until Uncle Sam could furnish something better A glance at the war calendar of me morlaLweek 40 years ado furnIshes an FEDERAL IN SERVICE 1861 IN 1901 Except Mexican representative destined getting officers regular veterans methods Mlllvllle armories enough beyond Index of the state of public feeling nt that time The invasion of Virginia May 21 went no further than the occu patlon of Alexandria and Arlington heights The Virginians had cut the line of the Baltimore and Ohio at Graf ton and northern troops moved from May 20 to 30 from Cincinnati eastward to reopen the route to Washington McClcllan newly appointed major gen oral of the regular army wns at Gin clnnatl organizing n movement eastward to Washington Among the first troops to RO forward from Cincinnati was a brigade of Indlanans Including the Eleventh zouaves which Colonel Lew Wallace was equipping for servo ice at Indianapolis on May 30 180U May 2721 1801 Ben Butler ad vanced his troops from Fort Monroe to Newport News a movement which led to tbe Big Bethel fight ten days later May 28 1801 General IrwIn McDowell took command of the Army of North west Virginia and prepared under Scotts direction for the campaign of Dull Run Sherman was In Washing ton dose to Scott having been called there to organize a brigade in AIcDotr t JOHNNY AND JOHNNY REB 1 S contemporaries OFFICERS SURVIVING I m YANK II S AYS Johnny Yank to Johnny Reb The lust one did fer us you betl dropped a gun on old Bull Run And aint been back to glt It yet That scrimmage showed us what the job Wed tackled was agoln to be Wo knew right then we fought with men As honest brave and smart as we And every battle when twas oer Found us respectin of you more Johnny Reb to Johnny Yank You fit us ckan and hard and fair lAYS never kicked when you got licked But jest sailed In and made it square tit for tat all through the fuss And even In the battle line It made me proud to think your crowd Was seen close blood kin to mine And though old hoss you won the game We bear no grudge agln your name ells army Scott was digesting Me Clellnns plan of campaign In West Virginia and the Mississippi valley Fremont whose commission ns major general of the regular army bore date May 14 wns hunting up nrms mud equipments In Washington niul the east to push the war In the west with head quarters at St Louis It consumed weeks to gather arms for 20000 men When he reached Missouri In July aft er Hull Hun rival lags forted over rl val recruiting stations In the towns Passel through The last tiny of May 1801 the Uulted States gunboats at tacked the Virginia batteries at Aqula IllalIquietly loafing at Hastlngsouthe Hudson waiting for something to turn up By a strange coincidence Grant was also at that very time wait ing for something to come his way al though he was not loafing like the vet eran sailor being In his prime On May 21 1SG1 lie wrote to the war do partment offering his services on tho ground that the government hind edu cated him for the army and It was his duty to respond to the presidents calL While waiting for an answer from Washington Grant continued to assist In organizing Illinois volunteers as ho hind been doing throughout the month of May Ills letter It seems was fey er filed in Washington and he received no reply During a lull In his work at Springfield he got a leave of absence CovingtonIcyson to McClellan then at Cincinnati for a position on hIs stall lie failed to sec Little Mac and returned to Springfield to find that he had been appointed colonel of the Twcntyflrst Illinois a previous appointment hay log been rejected by the men At this time Sheridan held tile rank of second lieutenant and commanded a company post on the plains Custer chafed In West Point leading strings sighing for ibe June examinations to set him foot loose for war Kllpatrick somehow played truant without spoil ing his chances and was at the head of a company of Duryeas red legged zouaves lying at Newport News InI trim for the battle of June 10 Among the survivors of May 1801 General J1 Wilson Is on duty In Chi nil Miles tu the head of the army and Sickles and Howard on the retired list May 300 1801 Howard with the rank of second lieutenant U S A was lick- Ing the Third Mnlno volunteers Into shape for the Dull Run races Sickles began recruiting a brigade ns soon as Sumter was fired upon and Miles with a company of volunteers nt his back vainly sued Governor Andrew of Massachusetts for the captaincy Too young said the staid old An drew and Miles had to earn his spurs on the battlefield Wilson May 30 1801 was scarcely In It at nil He was a West Point graduate serving at tho headquarters of the department of tho northwest not even ranking as second lieutenant Thomas was at Carlisle barracks under orders to Advance to Hagerstown Meade was captain of engineers on the northern lakes Rose craps a volunteer aid on the staff of McCIcllnn and BurnsIde In Washing ton colonel of Rhode Island militia Of course one battle was to end the war according to popular notion and on May 30 1801 the whole country was on tile qul rive speculating as to when It would come off The soldiers generally and I speak now by the card were quaking In their shoes for fear it would be sprung In some out of tho way corner and they not be In It Old Scott hero of Lundys Lane and Chnpultepec was the hope of the army and the nation They were few who dared to breathe n hint that his threescore and fifteen years were n handicap and that he would not lead the armies In n walk over from the Po tomac to the gulf whenever ho got good and ready for the dance After Scott John C Fremont was tho military Idol of the hour especially with tho Republicans He was the Pathfinder of the Rockies the conqueror of California the lion hearted though unsuccessful leader of the mdIical party In 1800 n stalwart slavery man young romantic with powerful political backing Moreover ho was a soldier of the Hayard type without fear and without reproach But alas those dreams of May 1801 those steel flashing gold shimmering silver scintillating rainbow chasing dreams Pop went the war gun and the bubbles burst QKOBOK L KnoosB 1 UNDER THE STARS AND BARS aN TIn last week of May 1801 the south had outstripped the lu preparations for tho conflict Being on tho defen slve the secrdcrs hurried to get In some telling work South Carolinas example of December 1SOO had been followed early In the winter by six other states mid on Feb 4 delegates from the coall t tlon met nt Montgomery Ala for tho purpose of organizing n southern con fedcracy All this tune and lu tact up to April IB 1SU1 the north did prac tidally nothing to meet tho military emergency Strong lopes of jnacc through diplomacy prevailed on both sides of Mason and Dlxons line lu order to gain anything wlletheri by talking or fighting the force the Issue As soon as n state se ceded the United States forts and ar sennls within Its borders were seized and In order to effect these seizures ns well as to guard against recapture state troops were organized from volunteer bands and from existing mllltln Seizures and military preparations had gono on all winter accelerated of course by the adoption of a Confederate constitution President Davis call for troops and tile Fort Sumter Affair At the dose of May when the Confed erate capital was removed from Montgomery to Richmond because of the hostile demonstration of the United States government In sending troops across the Potomac at Alexandria on May 24 300000 men the flower of the south had volunteered In troop bat tery company and battalion organlza governmentthem It lied no arms and no money to procure them and other necessary equipmentsIn preparations the Confeder ate government was also slow but by seizures of United States craft and tho purchase of river steamers suitable for war purposes some of the states espe clally Louisiana got men nnd guns afloat for tho defense of seaports and rlvurs At the close of May Sommes was lu New Orleans supervising the alterations which changed the com mercial steamer Habana Into the cruiser Sumter the first Confederate com merce destroyer afloat To the southern people and tho states separately fell the task of first organiz ing for the conflict a tact easily recognized by a glance at the situation the last week In May 1601 South Carolina alone had cleared her borders of United States troops Bcaurcgnrd the hero of Charleston harbor hind been sent to the danger point on tho Alexandria line to meet the threatened advance on Richmond by way of Dull Run Virginia already hind her state forces In the field and was transforming them under the command of Robert U Lee Into Confeder ate state soldiers Lees first appointment was that of commander of tho Virginia forces On May 10 ho was transferred to tho Confederate service as commander of the Virginia contln gent Ills first duty In tho field was the defense of western Virginia froth the attacks of McClellans forces which marched across the border from Ohio at the close of May Virginia had already been recognized by the south as tho theater of wnr In the cast The state after long delib oration had decided to resist coercion by the north and the Confederate lead ers threw all the wnr power of tho united south Into the field to protect their cautious but bravo ally Around the Old Dominion the mother of pres dents the homo of Washington Jet ferson and Lee tho sons of the south ralliedIn of Washington Benuregnrd and on tho upper Potomac Lee Joseph E Johnston Stonewall Jackson Stuart Ashley end Imbodcn All the troops with Leo In West Virginia and with Johnston at Harpers Ferry were Vlr glnlnns Some of tho organizations belonged to the state mllltln nnd some were semiIndependent companies of citizen soldiers Pie mllltla otllcera were noted for their gorgeous make up their military airs and their sense of Importance Stonewall Jackson n real soldier appeared In the camp In a frayed out dingy uniform worn while professor at tho Virginia Military In stitute He quickly uprooted old notions and set a now pace Militia generals of his klgbMt rank dud to coma CTIO r E t iAY8 Johnny Yank to Johnny Reb 8 S enduresI 8 IIA1FerSFrom IItlIEachEach knows the strength of tother And south and north from this time forth Are brothers that no cause can part And John well hitch the tighter now heartIFoh havln had our famIy row north down to colonelcies or go homo and see the war fought without thNIII Brigadier generals became colonels nnd colonels took rank ns majors Tins men of the mllltln welcomed the Slew order of things by grumbling nt first and then by enlisting In the Confeder ate States service for tho war IatlI1801 came to the sent of wnr In Vir ginia well drilled nUll disciplined torIraw levies Nearly nil were led by curs wine had fought In tho Mexican war where tho south had many volIunteers Ir months these troops been getting ready and when llonurtv pnnl took command nt Mnnnsuns In June be found In the army gathered there Georgians Alabamians Texans North and South Carolinians MisRltt sIpptaiiN Arknnsnns IoulsIanlans nnd Marylanders besides of course Virginians John B Gordon wns then captain of n company lu the Sixth Alabama known as the Coonikln Rangers Ioiigttlreot eointiwnded n brigade the only general ullleor of that date on tho southern nldo nor surviving FltzIInuli hero In Mny ISm wns an nlddotwmp on tho stuff of his uncle Robert IL Lee Wmlo Ilnmptun who nlso still survives then hold the rank of colonul CONFEDERATE OFFICERS SERVICE SURVIVIING IN The flower of the Confederate armyIIn Its prime at least of the Northern Virginia was In the field In May 1801 Kwell was n brigadier gout eral and Julml A Enrly and A P colonels A comparison of tho rosters of tho Confederates In Virginia Mny 1801 with that of Leos at Gettysburg July 1801 shows that few great names were added and tho most of these had held rank In tho original Virginia nrmy called nt that time the Army of tho Potomac Leaving out Bcnuregard who were not nt GellIII burg and Jackson killedr OatU el lorsvlllc tile May previous iheso unmcn were on the roll In 1801 and In 1813 Robert n Let FltzHugh Lee J K B Stuart A P Julml Early It S Ewcll John B Gordon James Long street Wndn Hampton J L Kcmper George II J Kersliaw IL H Rhodes Harry T hays William Bnrkmlalu and J D Imboden May 1801 hind no military surprises In store for the Confederacy compar able to the discovery of Grant Sherman and Sheridan Leo received his sword at bands of the Virginia leg Mature proffered with n most flatter ing address It would hnvo been a surprise nt tho south and tho north ns well had Robert E Lee remained lu tho background Brnureirard anti Jo Hph JohtiNtnn maintained a high level Davis early nppolntrd Johimtou one of live officer having tho rank of general Albert Sidney Johnston died too soon to realize the hopes the south placed upon him In May ISm ho was In California waiting for n clmnco to rcnch his state unmolested Bragg was In command of the Confederate post at Pcntmeola harbor Joseph Wheeler one of the very few notnhlo survivors of tho Confederate army In the west resigned his com inUftloii In the United States dragoons April 22 1801 and In May nnd June was recruiting Infantry In Alabama Ills first cominlKxIon In tho Confcder noy was that of colonel of the Nine teenth Alnhntnii Simeon B Biickner another western survivor was com mander of tbo Kentucky state guard nail politically nitride the fence where he routed until the September follow tag when ho betook himself and nil the Blue Grass fighting bloods who would follow his lend nero the bonier to Camp Boone TcnniMeo Nathan lied ford Forrest a meteoric surprise to tbo whole world emerged from ob IN MAY 1861 1901 Stewart the ecurlty at the close of May 1801 ant Joined the TcnuesHco Mounted Rltles ns n prlvntd trooper John Morgan a meteor In another sphere paused the mouth of Mny 1801 In slyly recruiting the Lexington Rifles mill giving secret nld to the secessionist element in Mis souri Although the gathering of Confederate troops on the Potomac In May and June 1801 led to tho battle of July 21 on the plains of Mnnnssns thatt had not been the Intention of Davis and his mllltnry advisers Including Robert Lee They urged Bcnuregard to fall ueknhlnd the Rnppahnnnock If at tacked ii forco Itcauregard opposed this asking for n concentration troops In front of Alexandria By menus of spies In high places In Wash ington he got warning of McDowells advance nod with that Information na n leverage prevailed upon Richmond to let him call In Johnston Stonewall Jackson and Stuart from the lower Shenandoah nut Holmes from Aqula creek to give the Yankees a reception behind Bull Ruu i k Roprar Luraoui AmvCnik