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Rev JOHN DODWELL Independent Weekly With Htrung HUff of Kdltor Devoted to the Entrml tit ree JWiiflec rri onilriiti at lima ManagerT HE CITIZENTHE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL dm nnUmMer 50 CENTS A YEAR r VOL n A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 13 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 61 IDEAS Hotter have largo feet than n small underHlandiug Change of work is rest BO find Homo thing to do during vacation Work mid entliUHlamn nro the pin ions on which greet deeds nro borne Goethe liTho earth tho Lords and the fullneiiH thereof 1naltn 21 So plan to return liberal tribute of your bountiful crops to Him If jou have n hit of good humor or n news items let us havo it but if your liver is out of order consult a doctorT- O have troubles of our own Take Notice WKKKIT InAven MEETINHS Heron Chunsli Wednesday 71111111 Baptist Church Thursday 78O pni Second Church Monday 730 pIII SUNI AT SEHVICU- HHerea Church Dr BurgosH 11 am Second Church Rev M K Pas co 11 a m- Baptist Church Rev IL F Aulick 11 a in and 13M p m Sunday school at 115 a in nil churches FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho government of Prussia is aloud to rotablish public libraries li Conservative Cubans say the Platt Amendment will lm accepted All the foreign troops are expwtod to Iw out of China by the middle of Scptcinlx Sir Walter Bomint the novelist died Mondayat his residence at UampNiead London Eng Mr Ilotha wife of tho Boer Gen Ural in III London presumably to In fluence peace negotiations Imtwcon England and the Hone IX OUR OWN COUNTRY Sonic hope now entertained that Mrs McKinley will recover Cigar and drugMores were cloud in Dayton 0 leNt week Plans for the combination of 21 of tho largest plow factorim In tho coun try were completed In Chicago with n capital of 75000000 Gen William Booth head and founder of tho Salvation Army in about to visit America for tho last time ho will be in Cincinnati 0 about Nov I Hereafter immigrants with tuber ulonis of the lungs will ho debarred from nil United States Ports The order indued by Supt of Itnrnigra lion Powderly and In mandatory Recently a Philadelphia firm Hold oleuiargarinu not marked and brand ed lui required They wero convicted in tho Circuit Court and fined The CAM wan taken to the Supremo Court and the judgment of tho lower court was sustained Cnpt Howark Blackburn of Glou cester Manx started Sunday after noon In a twontrfivo foot sloop on his nccond transAtlantic voyage his present destination Is Lisbon Portu gal which ho nxpecU to reach in forty Five days Tho Grout Memorial Commission authorized by Act of Congress to re ceive plans designs and models fora statue of Gen U S Grant has Is sued n circular inviting artists who aro citizens of the United States tp submit models for such statue by April HIlt COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Paris projwses to have a sower sys tom to cost 550000 Tho mli of last Thursday caused a groat washout of tho lauds on Clear Crook Rockcastlo countyICharles A Koch rode a bicycle at Fountain hurry Park Louisville 100 miles In ri hrs and Ifi min Former Gov W 0 Bradley has de cided to locate In Louisville and enter upon the practice of law there Milliken and French have just com pleted tho erection of a nilto glycerine factory near Flat Lick Knox Co Tho twenty first annual meeting of tho Kentucky Historical Society was held Friday in the State Executive Building Frankfort Tho College of tho Bible a depart mont of Kentucky University has re ceived n gift of 10000 from Mr N Hawaii of Georgetown Tho delegation of tho Louisville Y M C A to tho Boston Jubilee Convention loft for Boston on an early train Monday morning On Friday afternoon last lire do strayed twentyone houses In Lexing 1 ton Fortunately no lives wore lost Loan 12 800 insurance 33400 I LOCALS s AND PERSONALS i Fresh bread at Bickimll Earls Bicknell Early arc building a largo warehouse Irof Dinsmoro and J M Racer left Tuesday for Ohio J S Jones of Williamsburg is visiting friends scar Berea Miles Eugene Marsh Jr huts been very ill but is much bettor Miss Mattie Heath of Winchester is visiting the Misses Duncan Mrs A S Mann left Thursday to join her husband at Oborlin O Tho little babe of Mr and Mrs ilas Bicknell has boon quito sick Tho State Teachers Association meets In Berea July I fi and 0 Miss Alico Douglas left Monday for her home at Wellington 0 Miss Eflio Johnson is visiting her sister near Kingston thin week Mrs Frank Jones and son of Liv ingston worn up for Commencement Mrs Eliza Morris ol Oklahoma has been viiiling her brother Dr LiikGeo Putnam of Louisville Ky is now working with Students Job Print Mr and Mrs Gee M Patterson of Lancaster were visitors at Com mencement Miss Ellen Click is in Rockcastle county this week in tho interest of TUB CITIZEN Mrs J M Early and children sad Miss Ora Early leave for Mcdiiryvilln Ind tomorrow Messrs Daniel Breck anti Mack tiller of Richmond worn on our streets Tuesday Prof C Roxford Raymond and wife ore s oiulng tho month of June at Angola N Y Miss Anna Brannaman of Wihlie was with Mrd J J Brannaman Com mencement Day Prof and Mrs T G Pasco of Cumberland Gap Porn are on n visit to house folks here Tho Velflr Wagon is as good a wagon as can ho built ask Bicknoll it Early about them Miss J A Robinson loaves to morrow and will spend tho summer at Merideth Center N n- Ull George Amos loft Tuesday for a visit with his daughter Mrs J D Oldham of Springfield Mo If you owe your grocer doctor preacher or anybody dont waste niQnoy on tho show tomorrow Miss Grace Lester and Messrs Pow and Boat spent Sunday at Pa uola tho guests of Miss Chrisman Rev E A Potter sometime student and teacher In Borea is now pastor of a working and growing church at Mukwonatfo Wis Mrs Rosa Bouzer of Cincinnati 0 who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R E Preston left for her homo Monday Mrs Dr Kuhn left Tuesday for Cincinnati where she will join her husband Dr Kuhn from there they go to Johnstown la Mrs Tillio Gentry Mrs Katie Johnson and Mrs Lute Chenault of Lexington wore guests of Mrs Elzio Balhtnl during Commencement Miss Eflio Freeman Thompson for mtrly professor of Gnekof Boron College has been appointed to the chair of Greek at Earlham College She will portly recoivn tho degree of- Ph D from Chicago University Mr and Mrs Goo Rathhurn who have ham visiting Mrs Laura Em bree left Thursday and wore joined at Greensbiirg Ind by Miss Hallio Etubreo Front there the party goes to limbo whore Mr Rathbtirn hits a sheep ranch Mrs Janfes Hart mother ot postmaster Hart on account of serious illnass missed attendance at Com mencement last Thursday for per Imps the first time in the history of Heron College Commencements The first Commoucemont was hold iu IHiI Friends who wore hero during Commencement with Pres and Mrs Frost lion and Mrs Guy Ward Mal Ion and D B Gamble of Cincinnati 0 Mr and Mrs Stowell of Michi gull and Rev James Bond of Nashville Tonn i with Prof and Mrs Ma son Maj H P Lloyd of Cincinnati 0 Rev and Mrs Means of Wind ham Conn and lion C1 Burnam of Richmond Ky with Prof and Mrs Dodge Mr and Mrs J R Rogers of Brooklyn N Y with Mrs Julia S Hunting Rev Wm E and Mrs Barton of Oak with Mrs Lou Hanson Mr Kitchen Misses Grace Kitchen and Cappio Mocks of Groonsburg Ind u Madison County R P Fox Sr ot Richmond died Sunday morning at isle homo Tho postmasters salary at tho Richmond post dtlico is increased to 2000 a year The Commencement nl tho CnltU welt High School Richmond Friday last was a very enjoyable occasion James 0 loves of Brnssliold tins retired from the contest for tho nom ination for Jailer of Madison County The decoration of the graves of tho Confederate dead at Richmond took placo Saturday morning Rev Hugh McLelland delivered tho address Mr JBH S Crutcher of thin Madi son National Blink Richmond has bought thin interest of S Z Douglas in the firm of Douglas Bros Gents Outfitters Richmond Prof Reynolds late principal of the Negro High School Richmond has been selected for principal of limo Russell School Rich mond loses n valuable educator Trustee Meeting Tho Trusts Meeting following tho CoiiimOneoment was attended by Pros Frost and our local trustees Burdetto and Hanson Hon C F Burnam of Richmond Dr Bond of Nashville TIun Dr Barton of Chi cago Maj Lloyd of Cincinnati Mr Jiio R Rogers of New York and Messrs Million and Gamble of Cin cinnati It was found that tho college came to the end of the financial year with out a deficit and with some reduc lion of its longstanding debt and that porno imported now equipment been added No funds are in sight however for the new buildings which nro so greately needed to tic commodate tho growing school Among tho new apiwintmonls are Prof J Ciirnalinn Instructor in Normal Department Miss Florence Smith from Univer sity of Nebraska Librarian Misses A my and lImn rocl from Pratt Institute Brooklyn N Y In structors in Cooking and Sewing Mr W A McCuno of State Agri cultural College of Michigan Assis taut in Agriculture Mr W C Gamble of Chicago well known in Berea will be Secre lacy of the College conducting cor respondence with students etc WAXTKD Capable reliable IHTNIU in every aeomleuy0101111nnn cial reputation fccvi per wecVlj f1 day aWliitrlj miro ndallexlen ni aralxht1o0 nde ileflnlto ntlary no com mlixlnn mlirjr paid each Saturday ami rxiwnm nIII ailvanewl each HTANIAlll I1OU8K3SI St CHICAGO TO TIlE DEAPA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in tho Mend by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insli Into so that dent people unable to procure tho Ear Drums may have them free Address No 1111 Tho Aolnuo A GREAT COMMENCEMENT There was never a Commencement Season at Korea more uniformlysue cessful throughout one conturyThocludo till tho time from Memorial Sunday to Commencement Day Truo the Memorial Sermon and Decoration Day exorcises are strictly under Q A It auspices and not n part of the college program But the college cooperates m the exercises of those occasions believing them of thowent est value Memorial Sermon is livered in the Collego Chapel and the college besides omitting recita tions on Decoration Day actively co operates in making the occasion a greater success than it otherwise could be The Memorial Sermon for 1101 was delivered by tier S F ollofKnox county May 20th There were carryingTho sermon was distinct ly a gospel one anti able At least 1200 people participated in MuynOthIn the tabernacleIll JIIK HUH forty veterans marched in but not with the buoyant step of 1801 with Command er L C Gabbard at tho teen After the opening exercises by the G A H byRcvConn The time from 1116 to 1280 was occupied by tho march to tho cemetery nod return including the exercises there where twenty soldiers graves were decked with lowers Miss rprescutlngIhoravo of Comrade Win H Burdette After the basket dinner there was a time program of orations and recita tions in tho tabernacle under time direction of Prof Dodge tho music being in charge of Prof Lodwick Tho Joint Anniversary of time Lit Mny3IIlfpresidedelmsW Pow and R H Field tho Phi Delta by A E DntLyancl M K Pasco Jr tho by J H Young and Emory Gentry tho Utile Dulco by Misses Helen W Field and Frances E Berry Tho Baccalaureate sermon was given in tho chapel at 11 oclock Sun Juno 2 by Pros Frost Tho text was fruiu 1 Cor 3UIe For wo aro laborers together with God Tho raduating classes from tho several Ieparimeuts wero escorted to reserved seats neatly decorated The chapel was seated to its fullest capacity and thin sermon was one to hold tho un congregatlou OoorgeloVnOollego dress before tho literary societies Monday night Mr J C Chapin of Phi Delta presiding Tho subject was Tho and the unusually largo audience did not re believed tho wonls of- lOmmondntlon which had been used Continues on lingo 1 If you need a Wagon Practice True Economy and Buy a WBERYo-u will never regret the purchase BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky KELLOGG ft WITHENBURY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment J WOMEN OF TASTE Like to see their men friends neatly and becom ingly clothed And where is the son of Adam who does not wish to please the ladies Does it cost too much to dress well Not at all provided you select the right place to buy your outfit Visit 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 Shoes Hats and Furishings COVINGTON 1 BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef orPork constantly on hand at popuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St in o E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers I Tho Fountain Pen is a neat sity for every teacher who wishes to save time thoIIt positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail frow College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrito for Books and Stationary promptly filled Perry F Shrock Buroa Ky June21- 1Fine Stationery Cheap You will do well to lay in a supply of Fine Writing Pa per and Envelopes before you leave Berea CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES Students Job Print A handfull of glasses will not holp your eyesight If you wear thorn all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right Ions fitted That Is Just where tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be suro of getting the right glasses and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing tho m EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSONI Main St Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all tho sots of teeth that have been made at my office if thorn is one sot or any sets that show any defects Iwill make a now set free We aro making tho best sot of tooth in the world for 5750 and if defects show in 3va years we give you a new set free This applies to all the tooth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 events DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Studonts JUNE FURNITURE SALE l It will bo to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy Wo have tho goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches nt special bargain prices during tho month Everything in tho Furniture Lino t Great Salo on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite nil our Boron Friends and nil Citizen subscribers to call and inspect bolero making purchases 6 UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 0 KyNightSHO EMi Tan 5 500 Shoes for 350 BARGAI N 400II 35QII 300 II II 200 300 175 MensBlack Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 5250SATUyour size Only a lim handitOUGLAS RUMORS HUSHED President McKinley Commended For Ills Announcement Refusing a Third Term HE RECEIVES NUMEROUS TELEGRAMS Under No Consideration Will the President Be a Candidate For ReElection Would Not Accept a Ilcnomlnntlo If Tendered llluiA SIBned State meat Given Out to the American People Washington June IS President McKinley Tuesday put an effectual quietus on the third term talk which has gained some currency la the news papers through Interviews with certain well known republicans favoring the renomination of the president for a third term Shortly before Tues days cabinet meeting adjourned See retary Cortclyou pave to the press u signed statement by the president intended for the American people announcing that he was not a can didate for a third term and would not accept a renomination If ten dered A decision to issue such a statement was reached Monday night when the president read to the mem bers of the cabinet his proposed statement at the same time personally pledging each to secrecy until public announcement was made The cab- Inet on hearing the reasons the prrs Went advanced which are substantially set forth in the public announce ment namely that talk of a third term would react on the national policies the administration is en deavoring to promote coincided with the view of their chief that the pres entvn4 an opportune time for Its promulgation The phraseology of the announcement was considered further by the cabinet Tuesday and after n change or two from Monday nights draft Secretary Cortelyou was directed to make it public The President already is being deluged with telegrams commend tory of his announcement putting at rest all thirdterm rumors These telegrams began arriving at the white house Tuesday evening and are from prominent people throughout the country They place emphasis on the opportuneness of the statement and the beneficient effect on the country from a political standpoint None of the telegrams were made public MRS MKINLEYS CONDITION SlaP Is Improving Slowly flat Stead ily Everything Now Seem Favorable Washington June 12Mrs McKin ley s condition continued to Improver Tuesday night Surgeon General Sternberg after his usual visit ut 830 Tuesday night said Mrs McKinley is improving slowly but steadily Everything now is fa vorable She sat up in bed for a while again today The president was out for a long drive Tuesday afternoon lila corn panlon being Mr James Barber sr of Canton 0 who arrived Tuesday morning and left on an early train Tuesday evening BETHANY COLLEGE Entire Junior Class Suspended Be cause They Ilroke Up a Freak mans Entertainment Wheeling W Va June 12The faculty of Bothany college Tuesday suspended the entire junior class un til February 1002 because the juniors recently broke up an entertainment held by tha freshmen The students suspended are from Ohio Pennsylvania West Virglnit Indiana Illinois and Kentucky their names being Bowman Israel Urakinc Marshall Green Shroutz Oldham Evans Kent Miller and Onus The seniors and sophomores resent the facultys action mid a number of them it is will not return to Jlcthauy arts T AT ROCHESTER Striker and S iuiulhlie Attack NunUuloii Men Who Had lie turned to Work Rochester N Y June 12rhe first serious trouble since the inauguration of the general strike of street and building laborers on June took place on St Paul street Tuesday when a mob of 500 strikers und sympathizers attacked ten nonunion men who had returned to work A patrol wagon load of policemen was rushed to the scene and held the mob at bay for half an hour when the latter re treated with threats of returning later in stronger force Sutttrlnis From Hydrophobia Chicago Juno 1231r3 J W Sash wus taken to the Pasteur institute Tuesday suffering from hydrophobia Her husband died lust Friday from the effects of u marl dogs bite In raring for hint Mrs Nash contracted the disease A wound in her finger became infected while wiping the froth from the dying nmni mouth r Indluim Killed lly Itnncherir Phoenix Ariz June 12A meager report reached hero Tuesday that three Indians were killed in the mountains near Holbrook in Northern Arizona by ranchers who are said to have discovered them stealing- Fattl MUCH AFTERDAMP Thrilling Experience of a Mine Inspector and Ills Men in the Port Royal Mines A TEtvBlFIC EXPLOSION TUESDAY All lope of Saving Any Person In the Ill Futed Shaft lias Been Abandoned The Number of Dead la laced at SlteeuIt Mnylle a Year lie fore the llodlea Can lie Recovered Port Royal Pa Juno 12s u r suit of Monday nights explosion In the Port Itoyal mines of the Pitts burgh Cool Co 16 are dead seven injured and thousands of dollars wort of property destroyed Barry Bcveridgu and Arthur Smith can not live Twelve of the dent were men who went into the mine ns rescuers What caused the explosion and loss of life is bomethtng the mln6 inspectors of the Ninth aud Klevcutl districts spent the greater part of Tuesday trying to find out The olll dials of the cowl company declare that none but regulation mine lamps were used while others are of the opinion that one of the men carelessly ig nited the gas and caused one of tin greatest mine catastrophes in the history of Westmoreland county- It was ascertained Tuesday thai for several weeks men have been oL work In Mine No 2 where the first explosion happened erecting crib bing between Entry No 0 and Eutr No 21 Much of the cribbing had been placed in position and it wet while doing this work Monday after noon that Peoples Davenport Stickle and Dal met death An investigating Tour The explosion was a terrific one and for fully three hours after ti happened no one entered the shaft The situation here Tuesday again reached a climax when Mine Inspector Bernard Callahan accompanied by seven men descended tho shaft and started upon an investigation tour of the mine The men gave the sig pal to be lowered down at ol oclock and about an hour uftcr wards a terrific report was beard It was another explosion and grave Tears were entertained for their safety The experience of the met was told by Callahan lie said the escape of the party was a miracle and detailed their experience lie said further I never had been in a mine in the condition that this one Is I am nearly exhausted from swallowing so much afterdamp My lungs are like coals of fire There Is no hopo of saving any person in the mine und it may be a year before the bodies ire recovered It will tike two days to fill the mine with water and 12 months to pump it out again ORGANIZING THE COURTS Amerlean Judge Jfeceaaarjr In In tltutlnff the Reform system In the Philippine Manila Juno 12fhe act organ Izing the courts has been passed by the United States Philippine commis- Sion The judges oath does not in clude support of the constitution of the United States Commissioner Ide author of the act opposed the in elusion of this feature and the other commissioners did not insist that it should be included Judge Taft diplomatically explained that the appointment of American judges was necessary In instituting the reformed system and intimated that the natives who criticised the appointments ought to realize that he commission was tho best friend of civil government and progress and urged them to assist it lie hoped he difficulties of holding courts vclth the use of interpreters would bo obviated in a year- Epidemlo of Suleldea Emporla Ian June 12An cpl emlc of suicides in this town cul ilnatitig in three uttemptif nil ex ctly similar to recent successful suIcides has caused the mayor and ward of health to forbid publlca ion of details of suicides or attempts nt suicide in the local papers It is bus hoped to remove whit has un loubtcdly been the inspiration to suicide in numerous instances A Unique Invitation Chicago June 12 President Me Inley will receive on next Satttrdjy 0 unique invitation to attend the carnival at eadwood S D beginning on July 3 which will celebrate the opening of the Black II ilia rescr ution by white people 25 years ago The invitation is engraved on a solid gold plate Extra Iollcemen Sworn In Savannah Oa Tune 12 Mayor dyers swore in a force of 30 extra policemen who were armed with Winchester rifles and sent to the ma hine shopii of the Seaboard Air Line to protest the property of the rail road und the machinists at work here from the striking machinists and their friends and sympathizers Southern Industrial Convention Philadelphia June 12 Delegates umbering several hundred and ripie eating all of the southern stttes nnd most of the principal cities of the south are attending lha annual outhern convention which begun a four days session in Horticultural all here Tuesday + w- l PASSED AWAY dor Win J Smnfiiril of Alabama Died In Tiiicnloonn prom Ill ene of the heart Montgomery Ala June 12Wit llam J Saiuford governor of Ala bama died Tuesday night at Tusca loosa Ala where lie has been for some time Disease of the heart was the cause of death GOT Samford has been in Tusca loosa several weeks having gone there to attend a meeting of tit trustees of the State university lIe haul been ill since before hU Inauguration as governor but it was be lleved that immediate danger N death was passed While lu Tusci lousa however his Illness met unted with renewed violence and he be carne so dangerously sick that tin physicians feared to remove hint to Montgomery Oov Samford was 56 years of age and was a native of Alabama lit hail served in the state senate am In congress was u member of tin constitutional convention of 1S73 aid held other important public ofltces lIe was elected governor In August of last year and was inaugurated December lust Hon W U Jclka president of the state senate wil succeed hint as governor PITTSBURGHISTORM IN Mmli Property Wn DnninKe IloUdtii Struck lly lluhtuliitf and u Hoy Klllril Pittsburgh Pa June 12A terrific electrical storm accompanied by n high wind anti heavy rain passed over this section Tuesday evening doing much damage to property and causing the death ui Francis hlrrI4I aged 17 years The boy and his were in the yard of their uncles home at Homestead He was Instantly kill ed and his sister was badly shocked and was also hurt by falling brick The same bolt struck three other houses in the vicinity shattering them but resulting in no other fa tall ties At McKeesport the Baptist mission a frame building was blown from its foundation into the street and had to be torn to pieces to dear the thoroughfareAt the Pennsyl vania and Baltimore railroad trucks were completely submerged bywhat seemed to be n cloudburst and trains were delayed several hours SHOT BY ROBBERS Hubert Itriiiiurlt Mnnniier of n Mr Icau lltue Ireta n Truuln heath Two Other Killed Mexico City June 1Robcrt Horn mett 51 years old an tingllMimnn and manager of the Coronos Ulstad Mine Co was shot by robbers at his mine Monday night There was u ties perate encounter with the watchman and a servant and both wero hacked to death with machetes The robbers then encountered Heinmott and shut him through the heart Then enter- Ing the house they Illtreated his wife and obliged her to disclose where her jewelry and money were kept Kemmett came here front London IS years ago as the manager of the Mexican company of London lUll tragic death arouses much sympathy He and his wife were about leaving Mexico for England on n pleasuru trip and it is supposed the robbers concluded they would have a large amount of money in their hands WILL FIGHT THE AMERICANS imlllo ZurliHiin IroelnlniH Illnmeir HuccvmMir at uuliiiililo nail Gov ernor of the llillliiilnvii Washington June 12 Emillo Zur bnnn of Tubayai province Las pro claimed hlnibolf the successor of guiualdo and governor of Tabayua and the Philippines according to u copy of a Manila paper just received it the war department Kinlllo is said to have been always a rather theatrical insurrectionist and to have iworn to fight the Americans down to the hint bolo The publication docs not take the Filipinos announcement seriously mid warns him that he will fluid that the otllce carries with it certain grave rcHnonsIbllitlca which ivill sooner or later result In failure und a sudden demise EKCOII Mcitruth Dead Colonulo Springs Col Juno 12 lerey Mel lrnth formerly United States consul at Turin Italy arrived In Colorado Springs Tuesday morn lug in the lost stages of consumption tie died two hours later at the fllock icr Hanltarium Mr Mcllruth wits icconipauied by his wife nUll Dr herald Welch of this city The Aitrrnnent Sinned Sharon Pa June 12Time Shaman go Miichlno Co Tuesday signed the greement submitted several weeks ago by the Machinists union and time strikers returned to work Wednesday heal Ironlriitlonii In InCrimxc LaCrosse Wis June 121110 ther lomfter registered 95 Tuesday tumid many heat prostrations were reported Farmers horses dropped on the streets from Lent liners CourtMnrlluled nail Stint Pretoria June 12Puvo Boers have been urt martiulc and slot for trying to escape from Pretoria und to rejoin their commandoes lifter roving taken the oath of neutrality PJftyMiie Were Iri rniil London Juno 12Mail advices from China report the foundering of the Chinese boat bound from Chu nn for Niug Pow Of the 03 passcn Kera aboard 59 were drowned Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men snit women of goal address to represent in Mime to travel appointing atlas for rR1 work loolclni our interest Novo oahu Ruaranlenl yearly exlm iininKlon and ex enmi advancement old rrtabllihett hn Irnnd rhniux fur nirnest nmn nr to rornro ptea Niiit poriiiHtiftii iwt ll ion and Ill t r ill liuiime Sew hue Write at once STAIlOlll IKKSS a3 Cliiirrh St New haven Conn IIZtI Repair That Loom again Homespun nnil our is girlsmould fUllhlonI tho Art of is Jinding ii markut for tho product of fir lIidl industry which may bring educiitiuu nnd comfort to uinuj liotiuvs Wo can pay for wollwovor llnon 40 conts a yard Joant 6O conts llnsoy 50 cents well matchod bod covorlots 4 tc- so Patont dyos not nccoptod oldfashioned Indigo pro forrodFor address JOSEPIHNI A HOUISSON HotiuHpuii Exchange I5on a Ky THE SCIENTIST A single sunflower breathes out 2 0 ounces of water In a day ncV John Watson Ian Mnclaren In tho course of u recent sermon frthe London hospital fund said that his experience had Wen that most people Iwcamc Ixeaune they hai never set any restraint upon their appetites or because their fathers oi grandfathers had not The spider shields Itself In winter by n weather proof covering of silk lint somo kinds come out for an air Ing occasionally and even take ni scamper across the snow The trapdoor spider passes the entire senior deep In the ground In hits winter house of spun silk Ilnccx living nt high altitudes have weaker and more highly pltchci voices than those living In regions where the supply of oxygen is more plentiful Tints In America among the Indians living on the plateaus between the ranges of tho Andes at an elevation of from 10000 feel to 14000 feet tho men here voices like the women and women like children and their singing is a shrlf monotone EDUCATIONAL MATTERS There are 252 Instructors connected with tho University of Paris A number of Yale graduates sug gCIIL that that university place e ncmorlal window for Elihu Yale In the church at Wrexhom Wales near which he lies buried New York Is to have another hIgh school in the borough of Bronx to be called the Peter Cooper high school which is to surpass all the other buildings In that part of tin state Tho cost will be 409388 nnd the work will not be completed untie the spring of 1002 When Eton college was founded in 1440 the playing fields cpmprlsrd some 30 acres but with the nddl tions which have been made from time to time the area has been moro titan doubled Yet there would be much difficulty in again doubling the playground accommodation for nil time grass land around till school has been acquired conditionally that It shall not be built upon A CURIOUS CROP England uses 33000 tons of hops but grows only 27000 Canada grows C3 bushels of corn to the acre Cape Colony ten buidiels Prance grows 10000000 bushels of chestnuts a year Italy HoOOOOOI England and her grow enough potatoes for 111a months of JrltUh consumption Wheat rye and turnip crops aru Iccrcnslug In England barley oats and potatoes Increasing Miniature Indian corn grows In Jra11 Ihe cars are about the size of a little finger and till grains areas Hiiuill mustard seed ELECTRICITY Lightning is visible at a distance of 150 miles Two cases occurred in Hungary last summer of lightning rods being melted lightningThe railway at Paris has proved a great success despite the mil laps that have occurred thereon from line to time From the date of its opening on July 10 until October 31 13000000 passengers were carried Occasionally the dally number of pas leDgers carried amounted to 170000 THE MARKETS Al RtfOllTKU 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI June 1- 1CATrtECommon250 ft Sll Butchers 4100 bU t Sltippors41Wrr fr2- rCALYrsChoice500 hi tiW II Largo CommonJX M 1X- BoasComnlonLOO frn fiW 67riISiiEEiGood to choice Jllf at SM Common to fnir22r 1I0 8OC- LA10mtGood to choice IUO frf fiG II Common to fuirJUfi rl 171 VllKAT No2Ued 711 a 7 ConsNo2 mixed It OAT4No2 UTENO 2 ns jFLOOK Winter patent ur frj BOb 800 rT jurfancyFamily 240 271 MILL FEnul0Mr t 17r HwNo I Tiulothy14ft J 14W No 2II 122Ti jILfII No Clover 1025 107- 1oooNo2II rl ant 1OULTHV Springers per ll Ir Fryers 1010 12 Henry lions 8 Light units I Roosters Turkey hens II IIII n Ducks 0 near by II 1Fons1rlllh HIDES WolwilUtl O r 7 No dry salt I iII Bull 5rr O Lnmb skins IO ft tiO TALLOW Prime city fit 61 Country 11 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 1U r 17 Washed loii 21 22 Tub washed t 25 FEATHERS Geewo now nearly white 12 4gray to JU frfl 40 Duck colored to white 28 li U Chicken white no quillH Hi Turkey body dry 12 frfl Iii gli4 A Mrraat girl who played dMmrjr The above lllu tratc one of the original and Interfiling m well as dramatic in the strong narrative of Rev Charles M Sheldon entitl- edMalcolm Kirk It is one of Mr Sheldons best stories It differs materially from In Jilts Steps It demonstrates in A high degree the great powers Mr 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Appear to John Till IKHHON TI XT1 ItPVclulldii 1920 9 I John who slits nm your brother find roinpstiion In irtiiulutlun and In the klimdom and 10 lie 111 uf Jritm Christ was In the Isle Hint U called Iatmoi fur the word or Clod and for the teitliAny of j ittut Chrlit was In the Spirit on the Lords duty and hoard liehlmt me n Krvut voice a lots trumpet HiyliiK I situ Alpha and Omega the Dm and the lint anti Vhut Ihou irrit wrllr In u book and send It unto the seven churches which am In Anlni unto Kih iUii and until Hinyrna und unln iVrKunio stud unto Thyatlra sod unto HardU and Unto riillailtlphln and unlit l iodlcca And turned to nor the voice that ipake with mr And being turned law seven golden riiudlritlckI- X And In the midst of thr seven candle ticks one like unto the HUll of Man clothed with a garment down to the liMit uiid girt ihout the papa wllh u gold ii girdle U inn herd and Ills hairs wrre white Ilka wool I wine n mow And llli eyci were an a llninv of tire And lilt ret like unto tine brass ai If they burned In a furnace and Ills voles ii the iiiunil of man waters tad lie lend In rlKht hand seven tarn and out of lilt mouth went a sharp two edged word and Ills countenance was nn thi sun ililnuli In hU ulrrnitlh And when saw Him I fell at HU fret III dUll And Ile laid Ills right hand upon mr aylnic unto air Rear nUIlanl the Oral and Ihr testeII am HIV that llvHli and was drat suit behold I am alive for evermore Amrnt und have keys of hell and of death It Write the things which thou hut i seen and the Oilmen nhleh are and the IhliiK which hall Ie hrrraflrr- V The mIr of theseyrn stars which thou sawn In My right hand and thus ev n Roldrn ranillrttlrk Thrsevenstars- are the angels of the seven churches and the seven canillvillck which thou awat- are tin seven churches HOIIIliN TiTlJr ChrUI the ante rkterdny liiln and furrvfr lieu l lei NOTKtt AND XIMMKSTB Thr liwon tutu beat ito Ktnillrd In three purlM follows John Teas the Circumstance of the Vision V HI John l r crlbra Ihr Unn of HU VI stun V a IM4 The Man of the Vlilun Itratnurr John V ITW 0 loin shied Iho Uolovd Author of the fourths Goupcl llrotli rr of James stud sure of XplNiltw tin situ James wcri CHllril lloniiergiii sons of thunder For years he lived at HpluiiUM u ntnhvnrt defender of crrlrl1IIIIIIIIfuhldixa nut mention hula own name It la illnVrcnt lu thn bunk of Revel tluiii tin sliuwii by this verse Com pntiloii lie hail lilx hare In that which lielongrd to Iinun Christ and to hut illitrlplcii whether that be gitM or III glory nr nutTrrlng how de frrrril or putlttit Miilurnncf He was tier brother of other disciples and by the grace nf the lord of Jesus Chrim Illmnelf Vaa Perhaps during the Noroiilnn persecution but we hnvo not certain knowledge on thin point Pntmoai In being sent In rocky Patmon pcrhnpa to labor In tho nmrhtri ijunrrlcn he wes- treated more Irntpiilly thus many ChrlHtlnnn nf that age who denied their fnltli with their blood For the wunl of CJHI God U in nil pia thoiightH nail not JUlia onty He realizes that he tuna been Hods prophet Hprnklng forth t hit Divine word For the tentlinony of Jr auM He was true to the Saviour coin mlmlnn Jesus brisk He thinks of the Lord naturally nl Jesus Chrlat the Messiah 10 In list Spirit He was In n state of spiritual exaltation orlltlav Elsewhere In the New Tcntament called the first day of the week A great voice A voice loud clear trumpetlike was heard 11 Alpha and Omega Omitted from the revUed version Write In a book No doubt John was grieved because hln preaching had been silenced Seven churches These churches were eaprrlnlly upon his heart Ephesus need Acts 19 Thynllra Is of special liter tilt an the homo of Iyillu the purple seller whom Paul found at Phlllppl Acts 1614 12 Turned This de crlptlon shows that tho voice was an objective reality and nut Imagin ary Candlesticks Thn meaning of the Greek word In tiunptaml Comp Matt 11 11 In the mldnt interest In them Like unto tho Son of Man K V Like unto a son of nun Garment girt The gar ment and girdle tire dencrlhed eentice they ImprcNued John They linpresnrd him becntme they suggest ed the dignity nod emtneneu of this Ruing 14 1ft Purity splendor majesty ore suggested by the meta phors employed by John Ilk 418 16 In HU right hand seven stars He wits sending a miHHngt to churcheH lie wan Ntanillng In the midst of seven cntidlcnUckii Out of HU mouth swords He who stood there wits the Word nf whom John writes In the firttt vast of his iHnl Countenance No mark of weariness there now 17 Fell na dead Manifestation of divinity terrified him Pear not Jesus calmed his fears an lie hal done on tie stormy Galilean sea many years before 18 Mlveorevermore He has the eternal life of which In Ills preaching lie spoke i Wheat mid Chaff Too much pleasure turns to pain A good resolution Is a good thing until It Is broken The man who Is afraid of his skin will never save his soul The best proof of a mans character is taken In the press of life jEvery church ought to have a corral for the kicker to air hi heels A mans interest In religion will be according to tho amount ft principle he has in It l Usually a woman might as well go to hell to aavo the devil M to matt a aa to psleeel h1 a JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great r StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West 1C11APTEIt XXXIII Continued Perhaps no Well when Mr ell tiltroe hud once given me n start In tho open air tool I had gut tools In niy hands pretty soon they began to talk of mt one of the masters In Lancashire There a great call in Knglitiiil for thorough workmen I came up to Ixindoii I fell In with the gentleman who will you here idol gut on well Theres as stitch good work goes put of this little shop us out of Home big establishments with grout nuinrri Ocr the door People try to gel me to start a grout shop und nutKo a great fortune and lore George Pndlhiun talked ulxdit Hut Im Dwarf George IMIIII In n eoul mini und stunted In n cimlmliio nnd Liiinely Court with my little shop In the basement milttt mo best I utter forgot how I owed nil my good luck to Crntlcmnn Hugh und my dear little Nitro If it had not IMMH for thorn should have died un derground of hard work beforu thirty as most of my mutes did Their help of me gore mile u kindly feeling totvunl brokendown gentlefolks I owed tit class my luck and when 1 gut on und hud money to upend hay ing no one of my own to spend It for I looked up people us badly off as lentleniiin Hugh was whoa I first knew limn und helped them They ure n hard class to help proud as Lucifer sometimes with their own kind I took this IIOIIKI here out of the way us much us any sjiol In Lou lull Whenever I knew of n gentle much or u gentlewoman given out or worn out MI that they couldnt hrollghttllImen out put stuff Into them again cheered them up nnd found some work for them to do Gentlefolks lire not siuh foals If they only hind education If I found one that was worn out beyond nil patching I puvkeil him Into n snug corner up Theylikeund retreat ll thin while I wus getting on nod getting rich In a tooth way with Homo small shares In patents own Hut I kept my eye on Gentleman II ugh I knew what would cultic to him nnd I never took III ten shillings that I dill tint put away one for him mud his daughter I knew of hit gulag to America with tho Mormons damn Vinl I Jlorsundehuntnot He iimrrelled with tneour first hard words He forbade his daughter to write to inc I knew he would come buck Home Hint or other ntrlpHil und needy I watched the packets lists of pas sengers He did nut come under huts own nniiie but I saw last winter an old tancnshlri nainn on a list of ar rivals the name of that woruout shaft where Kllen hud picked the unity for mi It was n favorite spot goondownInto It as If the money was going to bubble up ngivln I traced them by that to London Here for a time I lost them Hi got very low In London poor old ulna continued Pndlhnin Nothing ilUhnncsl I hope said I Vo no Only gambling with n crazy hole of getting even with the world ngiiln In this way he spent nil that lie hind loft and Kllen hard iirnlngK beside It made him wild for her to refuse him so ttha was forced to give him nil that slit could spltrcall except just enough to pay poorerfarethe long nights situ 11111IInw him creep buck to his garret In lie iiirly morning destitute nnd half alive Ulchard Wude you limy read look nnd leer tales nod go through the world looking for women that help und hope und never give up helping nnd hoping but youll never find another like leerno not like my dea- rlasans grand a lieuuty too as nny nt the Queens court You arts right Iudlhntn None like her hut promised you to talk as short us I could I must tell you how found them The poor gt title folkit that I take core of generally know something of ornamental work that they learnt to th for piny when they were letter olT I set them nt doling what they cull do best nut sell U for them There Is always KOIIIO onu among my family can draw What of their drawings I cant dispose of at the printshops I buy myself und stoner emu round among mechanics to light up their benches You were right when you suit n man can not bItIIt wits by going to a print shop with drawings to sell that I found my dear hiss Shot hail painted me mid sold the picture to the dealer for bread I wouldnt have noticed the picture except for tho dwarf in It anti snow I wouldnt hIli finished nuns for tit world Yes there Dwarf George picking daisies on tIll edge of u coul pit there I twos just us I used to look with the coaldust ground Into me trying to make friends with tlc fresh innocent dai ides In the sunshine justJwax Wen and sorrowed oat Their ae ey was all gone for Gentleman Hugh had been robbed of his last the night before I brought my dear child fluid her father here What I hud was theirsAs soon on her father WOK safe with mo his old friend she got well As soon as his daughter was out of the WilY of harm und wimt und this old gentleman had nothing to bo era yy about and nothing to run away nopped lend Ho fell into u he Is now upstairs Kllcn chose the upper room whero they could look over the housetops and of clear days sew the Surrey Hills Ive got sonic skill In my finger for mending broken melt but Hugh Cllth eroo cunt be mended Its us well for him that he cant Hott IMCII lilT truck too long ever to run steady in till world lint ho has viiiuo to lobe Mlf and sees things clearer lit last Ho lies there contented mud putlent waiting for tilt end Ho sees his daughter who has gone with him through thick und thin by Ids side and know she will love him closer every duy And he knows that his old mute Dwnrf George Is down here In the basement strong enough to keep nil up mid nil together It mo bo the one Mr Padlhuin wild I to ask the honor of shaking hands with you I think letter of the world for your sake Young thou said he with huts clear frank voice n noble woman like my Kllen betters every true man There strikes nine A pleiisunt church dock thutl I gave It to em Now youre well tired of my tnlk I dart soy Come Kllen will have till site hat missed when site sees you nnd your friend Many times she hint told mo of that ride of yours Muny times she linn cried us u woman only crle for the out loss when she told me how day lifter dayshe waited to hear from you und hind never heard She wrote- itepeatctlly Wo never hearth Her fuller took her letters tram her to post hud kept them or destroyed them for some rruxy suspicious SIll dreaded you might have been eluiHvd mud cut olT by the Mormons She would not believe that you hail forgotten her- Forgottenl Come Ill follow you ClIAlTKIt XXXIV THU LAST OF A LOVKCHASK How easy It seems for noble souls to bo noble thought I as I fol lowed Pudlhnm up the scat staircase of his House of Charity What u beautiful vengeance It of this man upon nature for blighting him A meaner Wing would bo soured and turn cynic nnd perhaps chuckle dint others were equalized with him by sulTerlng He simply nod if It warn n platter of course glues him self to liJitlllng sorrow and blight It Is Godlike And I looked with re hewed admiration nt tho strangu figure climbing tho stairs before me- He wus till teal and shoulders nail his motors were Ilko a clumsy chlldtt I went slowly after him Was It true that this long lorcchnsi over land nod t n wim tvt Its ending Joy is always a giant surprise success n disappointment among the appointed failures Was this grim dwarf to be- n conjurer of happiness IniHhnin tnp cd nt a door In the upjHr story- A voice until Como In tier yokel That sweet sail voice That unmurmuring tmrcbellloiiH voice Thnt voice of gentle defiance speaking n soul Impregnable How full of culm lawfulness while yet- I could detect In It the power of bursting into till limo horror of that dread ncreum that land come through the stillness to our camp nt Fort llridger The dwarf opened thin door quietly The sunshine of thnt fresh Juno morning lay bright upon the rose In the window My glance jxTcelved the old bluegray Infantry turbot hanging In n corner Mr Clltheron vita sitting up In bed lifting a tencup with hits left hand Ills long white beard drifted over the cool bedclothes An appetizing breakfast neatly served was upon n table beside him And there In this safe haven hovering about him tenderly as ever In the days of hula errant TOY aging In the hapless time gone by was huts ministering angel that dear daughter the sister of my choice She turned as wo entered The old steady faithful look in tho gray eyes The same pale sad dewed beauty The unblcnchlng gaze of patient waiting SIll looked nt mo vaguely while lilt paused one pulse Theu as I stepped forward the eloquent liltoil gushed Into her tllletlir tlhe knew that the friend could not long outrun the lover She nprang Into my arms Forgive me John Brent if I did put my lips close to her burning check It WIIH only to whisper Ho is In Lon neverlost to us In an hour he will bu lucre Dear father site said drawing herself away nnd smiling nil aglow while tears proclaimed a Joy too deep for any surface smile to speak this Is our dear friend my preserv er Mr Wade Mr Clltherou studied mo with n bewildered look as I have seen an old hulk of n mariner poor nnxlously in to a driving sea fog front the shore while ho talked of shipmates shaken from tho yard or of bravo ships that sunk In unknown tens Then time mist slowly cleared uway from the old gentltiuiins dim ryes and he sow me In the Bceuery of my acting with him IAh yesl ho said in a mild yoke I see it all SIzzuinn Fort Ilrldgcr the Roll thI mun with a bloody blanket on hit head you und your friend galloping off over the 1UlIlrle1 see it till lie paused mid seemed to review ill that wild error of hula tutu the wllderncM Yet I sec It nil he continued My dear Mr Willie I remember you with unspeakable gratitude You und your friend unveil me this dearest daughter I hove suffered wearing distress since then and you must mo for forgetting you one instant KXCIIKO my left hand Dwarf George hII capital machinist but he lays lie con not put new springs Into my rllit Thnt Is nothing my dear Mr Wnde that Is nothing God bus riven me JMUCC of mind at lust my dear daughter linn forgiven nil my old follies and my rftnnch old mute will never let mo want n root over my hand or ti crust of his bread and n sup if his Inn There Is a Hansom cab horse now or late of London who must remem her mo with asperity Hut then there Is a cabman who Is my friend for life if u glunt fore cun win u cabmans heart By the side of the remembrance of my gallop down Iuggernel Alley t havo n picture in my mind of myself In n cub cutting furiously through tho canyons of London in cliaso of a lover rite wolves and cayoteit of tlu- obystnctsthere lire no antelopes In London did not at Uinjit to follow our headlong sjxeil Wo rattled IIITORH Westminster Bridge up White hall rind Into May Fair to Lady Hldilnlphs door The footman why did he grin whet ho saw me recognized me as tho toothy friend of yesterday and ushered me without ceremony into tho breakfastroom where the family were all assembled Why did the footman grin I per ceUed as I entered A mirror fronted me My face was like a Siouxs in Ills warpaint There had been tiles In Pudlhnms shop and I had brushed them away from my face alas with hands Mackencd over the lathe All looked up amazed at this in truder It was Knter Orlnndo with hula sword draws Forbear nod eat no more An Injunction nut necessary for pour llrent who wit dreary and list less The rest forbore nt my apparition Sudden nppenrnnce us of n ghost Kggspoon paused ut eggs mouth Sugar wink to the floor of eolTee cup Toast silenced its crackle Brent recognized mo in the grimy pirate before him Ho sprung to his feet You have found her cried he YesHr at me eagerly WIll and said In a wife hnven with n tnitJitul friend1Ady Blddiilph will pardon me bringing such tidings for rushing in in my warpaint American fashion You are always welcome Mr Wado In what costume you please raid she Doubly so with this happy news My dear Kllcn I must see her nt onceua soon as closer friends have had their hour But Mr llrent yon are not going without your breakfast Everybody smiled Comol Cornel cried Brent Cornel and ns we hurried away there was ngain the same light In ili- aeyetbe same life and ardor In hits whole Iwlng ns when In that wild Lon Clmse on the Plains we galloped stale by side mmcv WHERE PURE AIR IS FOUND la High IlBcri sad Far Away from the Dust and Smoke of Cities The chemical composition of the at Biosphere differs little If at all wherever the sample be taken whether it be on the high Alps or nt the surface of tho sea the relation of oxygen to nitrogen and other constituents Is the some says a scientific authority The favorable effects therefore of a change of air are not to be explained by any difference In this proportion of Its gaseous con stituents One Important difference however Is the bacteriological one The air of high altitudes contains no microbes and Is In fact sterile while near the ground and some 100 feet above it microbes are abundant In the air of towns and crowded places not onlIton the microblo impurity increase but other impurities such as the products of combustion of coal accrue also Several Investigators have found traces of hydrogen and certain hydrocarbons In the air and especially in the air of pine oak and birch forests It Is to these bodies doubtless consisting of truces of essential oils to which the curative properties of certain health resorts are ascribed Thus the locality of a fir forest Is said to give relief In diseases of the respiratory tract limit all the same these traces of essential oil and aro matte products must be counted strictly speaking as impurities since they are not necessary constituents of the air As recent analyses have shown these bodies tend to disap pear In the air us a higher altitude is reached until they disappear tile gether It would deem therefore that microbe hydrocarbons and entltlis other than oxygen and hydroj u and perhaps we should add argon are only Incidental to the neighborhood of human Industry animal life damp and vegetation Six thousand one hundred stars are risible to the naked eye in the north ua em hemisphere and 7200 in the south THE GAMBLING EVIL Dr Talmage Arraigns the Spirit of Wild Speculation He fllvm Sonic Acrnant of the Financial Iliilit of flllier Ilu ii Money a Uolileti llreniteU- lllrd Copyright by Louis KlopicTt N Y I In this discourse Dr Talinaga ar raigns the spirit of wild speculation nod gives Borne account of the finan clul ruin of other days Proverbs 235 niches certainly inukc themselves wings they fly away us uti eagle toward heaven Money la a golden brensted bird with sliver beak It alights on the olllce desk or on the parlor center table Men und women stand and admire It They do not notice that It hua wings larger than a ravens larger thou a lluinlngoH larger than an eagles One wave of the hand of misfortune and it spreads Us beautiful plumage and is goneas- an eagle toward heaven my text says though sometimes I think It goes in the other direction What a verification we have hind of the flying capacity of riches In Wall Mrcell And Wall street Is one of the longest streets In the world It does not begin at the rout of Trinity church New York and end at the Kast river as many suppose It reaches through all our Ameri colt cities and across the sea En couraged by the revival of trade and by the fact that Wall street disas ters of other years were so far hack as to be forgotten speculators run up the stocks from point to point until innocent people on the outside suppose that the stocks would al ways continue to ascend They gather in from all parts of the coun try Large sums of money are taken Into Wall street and small sums of money The crash conies thank God in time to warn off a great many who were on their way thither for the sadness of the thing Is that a great many of the young men of our cities who save a little money for the purpose of starting themselves In business and who have 500 or 1000 or 2000 or 10 000 go Into Wall street and lose all And if there ever was a time for the pulpit to speak out in regard to cer thin kinds of nefarious enterprises now is the time Stocks rose and fell and now they begin to rise again and they will toll again until thousands of young men will be ruined unless the printing press and the pulpit give em phatic utterance My counsel is to countrymen so far as they may hear of this discourse If they have surplus to Invest It in first mort gages and in moneyed institutions which though paying comparative ly small interest arc sound and safe beyond dispute and to stand clear of the Wall street vortex where so many have been swamped and swallowed What a compliment It Is to the healthy condition of our country that these recent disasters have in nowise depressed trade I thank God that Wall streets capacity to blast this country has gone forever First of all Wall street stands as a type In this country for tried integrity sad the most outrageous villainy Farmers who have 0111a few hundred dollars worth of produce to put on the market lave but little to test their character but put a unarm Into the seven times heated furnace of Wall street excitement and he either comes out a Sbadrach with hair unxlngedor he is burned lulu a black moral cinder No halfway work about it If I want ed to find Integrity bombproof I would go among the bankers and mer chants of Wall street yet because there have been such villainies enacted there at different times some men have supposed that it Is a great finnn cial debauchery and they hardly dare go near the street or walk up or down it unless they have buttoned up their- lost pocket and had their lives Insured or religiously crossed themselves Yet if you start at either end of the street and rind the business signs you will find the names of more men of integrity and Christian benevolence than you can find in the same space In any thlIed when were famishing Ireland when colleges were to be endowed and churches were to be supported and missionary societies were to be equipped for their work of tending the Gospel all around the world the first street to respond has been Wall street and the largest re sponses In all the land have conic from Wall street But while that street Is a type of tried integrity on one hand It Is also a type of unbounded swindle ou the other There are the spiders that Walt for innocent flies There are the croco dines that crawl up through the slime to cranch the calf There arc the anacondas with lifted loop ready to crush the unwary There are financial wreckers who stand on the beach preying for a Caribbean whirlwind to sweep over our commercial Interests Let me say It Is no place for a man to go Into business unless his mural principle Is thoroughly settled That is no place for a man to go Into bust fleas who does not know when he Is overpaid five dollars by mistake wheth er he lad better take It back agnln or not That Is no place for a non to go who tins large funds In trust and who Is all the time tempted to speculate with them That Is no place for a man to go who does not quite know whether ths laws of the staU ioxbld u uri w patronize It Ob how many men have risked themselves in the vortex and gone down for the simple reason their lad not been es Ketchnm1Howgrays clattered with him to his de structlonl Itemembcr poor Gay at 30 years of age astonishing the world torgerleslIemember steamboats and whose opera houses could not atone for his adulterous rides through Central park In the face of decent New York and whose be examplehnsmen of this generation- I hold up the polluted memory to warn young men whose moral princi plea are not thoroughly settled to keep out of Wall street It Is no place for a man who shivers under the blast of temptation Let me say also to those who are doing legitimate business on that or similar streets of which that Is a type to stand firm in Christian principle You are in a great com courageousThere exchangeYouadmiration for time French empress who stood In her balcony In Paris and quelleditable banker on Wall street who In IBM stood on the steps of his moneyed In stitution and quieted the fears of de positors and bade peace to the angry wave of commercial excitement God did not allow the lions to hurt Daniel and He will not allow the bears to hurt you Remember my friend that all these scenes of business will soon have passed away and by the law of Gods eternal riglc all the affairs of ndjudlentedUonest At certain times almost ivery prosperous merchant wakes up and he says Now I have been successful In my line of trade and I have n tol godownthree weeks Therell my neighbor He was In the same line nf business Ho has 300000 or 400000 from the simple fact that he went Into Wall street I think I shall go too Here they come retired merchants who want to get a little excitement In their lethargic veins Here they come the trustees of great property to fool every thing away Here they come men celebrated for prudence to trifle with the livelihoods of widows and orphans Do you wonder that some times they become insane It is In sanity Do you know there are hun dreds of young men who are perish ing under the passion for stock gam bling Do you know that in all Christian lands this Is one of the greatest curses It Is not peculiar to mercurial Amer Icons Oh not Almost every nation luau indulged In It The Hollanders the most phlegmatic people in the world hind their gambling seizure in 1683 It wds called the tulip mania It wits n speculation in tulips Prop erties worth 500000 were turned into tulips All the Holland nation either buying or selling tulips One tulip root sold for 200 another for 2000 Excitement rolling on and rolling on until history tells us that one Am sterdam tulip which was supposed to be the only one of the kind in all the world actually brought In the market 18160001 That is a matter of history Of course the crash came and nil Rolland went down under it But France must have its gam bling expedition and that was in 1716 John Laws Mississippi scheme it was called The French had heard that this American continent was built out of solid gold and the project was to take It across the ocean and drop it In France Ex citement beyond anything that had yet been seen in the world Three hundred thousand applicants for shares Excitement so great that sometimes the mounted military had to disperse the crowds that had come to buy the stock Five hun dred temporary tents built to nc commodate the people until they could hove opportunity of interviewing John Law A lady of great fashion haul her coachman upset her near the place when John Law was passing In order that she might have an Interview with that benevo lent and sympathetic gentleman Stocks went up to 2050 per cent until one day suspicion got Into the market and down It all went John Laws Mississippi scheme burying Its projector mind some of thin great vat financiers In nil France and was almost ns hail as a French revolution Sedate England took Its chance in 1720 That was the South sea bubble They proposed to transfer all the gold of Peru and Mexico and the Islands of the sea to England Five millions worth of shares were put on tilt market at c0 share The books open in a few days It is all taken anti twice the amount subscribed Excitement following excitement until all kinds of gambling projects came forth under the wing of this South sen enterprise There was a large company formed with great capital for providing funerals for all parts of the land Another com patty with largo cllpltnlc 5000000 of capital to develop a wheel in perpetual motion Another company with a capital of c 4000000 to In sure people against loss by servitude Another company with 2500000 capital to transplant walnut trees from Virginia to England Then to cap the climax a company was formed for u great undertaking nobody to know what it is And lo 600000 In shares were offered at I 100 a shorn hooks were opened at nine oclock in the morning and closed at three oclock In the after BOOB and Lhe Oral day it was aU lubceribditA great undertaking nobody to know what it is But it was left for our own country to surpass all about 37 years ago We have the highest mountains and the greatest cataracts and the longest riv ers and of course we had to have the largest swindle One would have thought that the nation had seen enough in that direction during the morus multicaulis excitement when almost every man had a bunch of crawling silkworms in his house out of which he expected to make a fortune But all this excitement was as nothing compared with what took place in 1861 when a man near Titus ville Pa digging for a well struck ill Twelve hundred oil companies call for a billion of stock Prom neat members of churches as soon as i certain amount of stock was as signed them saw it was their privilege to become presidents or secretaries or members of the board of direction Some of these companies never had a foot of ground never expected to have Their entire equipment was a map of a region where oil might be and two vials of grease crude and clarified People rushed down from all parts of the country by the first train and put their hard earnings In the gulf A young man came down from the oil re gions of Pennsylvania utterly dement ed having sold his farm at fabulous price because it was supposed that there might be oil there coming to a hotel in Philadelphia at the time 1 was living there throwing down a 5000 check to pay for his noonday meal and laying he did not carr anything about the change Then he stepped back to the gas burner to1 light his cigar with a 1000 note Utterly insane The good Christian people said Tills company must he all right because Elder Soandso is president of it and Elder Soandso is secre tary of it and then there are three or four highly respected professing Christians in tho board of direct ors They did riot know that when a professed Christian goes into stock gambling he lies like sin But alas for the country It became a tragedy and a thousand million dol lars were swamped There ore fami lies today sitting in the shadow of destitution who but for that great national outrage would have had their cottages and their homesteads I hold up before the young men these four great stock gambling schemes that they may see to what length men will go smitten of this passion and I want to show them how nil the best interests of society are against It And God is against it and will condemn it for time and condemn it for eternity I do not dwell upon the frenzied speculations in Wall street last month You all havo enough remembrance of that financial horror I only want you to know that it was in a procession of monetary frenzies some of which have passed and others are to come 0 men of Wall street and of all streets stand back from nefarious enterprises join that great com pany of Christian men who are maintaining their integrity notwith standing all the pressure of temptation In the morning when you open business in the brokers office or In the banking house ask Gods blessing and when you close It pronounce a benediction upon It A kind of business that men cannot engage in without prayer is no bust ness for you I wish that the wordsm l of George Peabody uttered hearing of the people of his native town Danvers MaasI wish that those words could be uttered In the hearing of all the young men throughout the land He said Though Providence has granted me j unvaried and universal success In the pursuit of fortune In other lands I am still In heart the humble boy J who left yonder unpretending dwell ing There is not a youth withintthe sound of my voice whose early opportunities and advantages are not very much greater thou were my own and I have since achieved nothlug that Is impossible to the most humble boy among you George Peabodya success in bust peas was nut more remarkable than his integrity and his greathearted benevolence I pray upon you Gods protecting and prospering blessing I hope you may all make fortunes for time and fortunes for eternity Some day when you come out of your place of business and you go to the clearing house or the place of custom or the bank or your own homeas you come out of your placoIof business just look up at the in the tower and see by the move ment of the hands how your life is rapidly going away and be reminded of the fact that before Gods throne of inexorable judgment yeu must yet give account of what you have done since the day you sold the first yard of cloth or the first pound of sugar I pray for you all prosperity Stand close by Christ and Christ will stand close by you The greater the tempta tion the more magnificent the re ward But alas for the stock gam bier what will he do in tine judg meat That day will settle every thing That to the stock gambler will be a break at the first call No smuggling Into Heaven No col- laterals on which to trade your way in Oo in through Christ the Lord or you will forever stay out God forbid that after you have done your last days work on earth nod tho hushed assembly stands around with bowed heads at your obsequies God forbid that the most appropriate text for your funeral oration should be As a partridge slttcth on eggs and bateboth them not so he that get teth riches and not by right shall leave them in the midst of his days and nt thin end he shall be a fool or that the most appropriate funeral psalm should be the words of the poet Price of many a crime wJOaU tstA r IfTHEGITIZENBEREA KYJUNE 13 1901 A GREAT COMMENCEMENT in advcrtisimr Prof Metcalfs nd dross Tho triennial reunion of tho Alumni Association wits loss fully attended than was desirable hut was one of the host over held breathing n spirit of enthusiastic devotion to tho in terests of tho alma muter Tho alumni exercises included an informal social with refreshments at the house of Prof Dodge the public meeting in tho chapel Tuesday night and two business sessions A full en joyed tho public mooting of Tuesday night for nearly three hours Two ladies occupied tho platform Mrs Jennie L Hill VicePros presiding and Mrs L V Dodge acting ns Sec rotary Tho prayer was offered by Prof Dodge the address of welcome louvered by Pres Frost and the re- ctuiticu by H Rogers of Brooklyn N YoIIHS of 75 A very wittv turn u Kih Onvs tclass of iiaUlt WWI read by his brother An entertaining andelo h quent address was delivered by Dr W E Barton Upon roll call tho alumni present briefly responded and J the Secretary read twenty letters from absent members The officers t elected for the next three years aro ns followsPn Rv W E Burton clays of 18Sf Vice President Rev J H J Rice class of 1879 Secretary and Treasurer R B Woodford class of 1S97 HOARD OF CENSORS 1 Mrs L V Dodge class of 188i John W Hughes class of 1895 T G Pasco class of 189- 7Commencement Day Juno Gth was a great day The dust had been settled by recent rains the weather was of the finest and the crowd up to high water mark By a conserva Ilncedatcrowded with 2000 people the crowds throughout the grounds scarcely mused them The various refreshment booths picked hundreds of dollars If space allowed it would be of interest to go through in detail with the exercises students which occupied the forenoon session The Harmouia Society the Schools the College Glee Club the Ladies Glee Club and the Band made valuable contributions to the musical part of thu program Mr W L Flauery gave an illustrated lecture as representing the Farming Department Misses Clara Dog ett of Ohio nnd Clara Frost of Michi gar with Messrs B P Allen Jas M Combs and P P Reynolds all of Kentucky wero on the program with theses as graduates from the Normal Department Mr R W Osborne of Kentucky appeared with an oration as a graduato from the Academy The six graduates receiving degrees three Literary ono Phil sophical and two Classicalappeared before tho public with graduating exercises as follows Mr W B Beatty of Massachusetts Miss Hallie F Embree of Kentucky Mr F A Ewers of Ohio Miss Mary C Hoopes of Ohio Mr W A Battle of Alabama and Mr J C Chapin of Ky The degree of B S ill absentia was conferred upon Miss Clara L Tod son l1 D of Boston Mass that of M Ph upon Prof J T Baker of Milroy Pa and that of D D upon Revs J A R Rogers of Hartford Conn and James Bondof Nashville Teiin Tho Cooking Class prepared a meal in thirty minutes in the presence of the audience and tho Carpenters Trade Class erected a complete house 8x10 Ccetin loss time Messrs 0 R McNutt and E B Chancy graduated from the Woodwork Course The Commencement Address was delivered in the afternoon by ExGov 11 O rridl nil Ins oe ii ii imitiibU style Thu announcement of his name had served to increase the attendance as people are always anxious to hear this great orator of short addresses RerlJallleRgenomllordrcellent The Trusve mooting of perfectlylaid looking to a distinctlyforward step in the near approving smile of God is resting upon Berea College Tide riot lion ban lirM lha Correspondence Clay County Ogle Born to Mr and Mrs W B Smith a tine girlRovs John Jones and Richard Abney preached at tho schoolhouse last SlmlaySmeml young mon from this place have enlisted in tho regular nrmyT F Ciark has boon on a business trip to Red Bird Jackson County Kirby Knob f Tho Sundayschools at White Springs Clover Bottom and Kirby Knob are growing rapidly Mrs Newton Clickof Mulbevrygap Twin is visiting her brother J D HtffUInd her rothpr in law D M Lick Miss EWI l lick came from Berea Thursday afternoon but went back to Berea Saturday morn ing Another nice collection of books have been sent to the Kirby Knob Sundayschool library by some very kind northern ladies Tho farmers are very busy with the corn crops Madison County Pcytontown A large number of people from here attended the Commencement andre port a grand timeTho tobacco planters were glad of the recent rains as it gave them an opportunity to out their plants Mrs Sallie Hnynes of Taylors Fork is here with her mother Mrs Julia Buruam Mr and Mrs Green Campbell attended services at New Liberty Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Buruam Jr are happy because of the arrival at their home of a fine bo- yMason County MayHville Rev R Butler of Paris preached tho baccalaureate sermon for the High School at the Plymouth Church Sunday afternoon William Brown and William Hinton are tho gradu atesThe Rhetorical Classes of the Grammar Department of tho High School Friday evening were a site in every particularDr liarI rington preached quite an interesting sermon Sunday afternoonAmos Haley a very respectable citizen is critically ill at his home on Bank St The teachers and pupils of tho 5th St High School are rejoicing over tho arrival of a 200 pian- oRockcastle County Jouwny One of the heaviest rains that visited this region came last Thurs day and much damage done by the washing out ofcropsH E Gadd and wife visited Clear Creek Church Sunday Cards are out for the wedding of Miss Amy Guinu and R J LutesWalter Gadrecently paid a visit to Mt Vernon and landoIL E Gadd leaves for Clint on in a few DlslJUtantaIMrs O M Payne and Mrs R J Abney have been visiting relatives in Climax We were not surprised to hear of the marriage of Miss Mary Burnett to H E Gadd May 30 Miss Mary Gadd and Nicholas Clms teen were married June 4Miss Eflie Clark and Charlie Drew of Brush Creekwere married June IMiss Ella E Lake is engaged to teach the Davis Branch School this year Governor Bradleys speech at Berea College Commencement a great treat to our people Llvingaton Mr and Mrs Havers of Lebanon Ky are the guests of Mrs Havers father Mr Orndoff of this place No More Vermin and its Attending BYllL 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 years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Team Inter theC set cess over was Or daY8I was Chicago College Dental Surgery Dental Depatneat ci Like Forest Ushenliy I Twentieth Annual Course I- Infraction will bctrln TjiOctelrpmongg- the 1ndlnB about May lit 1002 oldest and Is one of the leading Dontal- Colleges of the world An nnnonnccrnent Blf the details oflnrtrnctlonandantllna- trnleIbooNetdescriheoglbebutllia andila equipment will latent on roqucit Addreti DR TRUMAN W BROPHY Doan Wood t Harrison Sts Chicago ftIh st if- iL a Mr Frank Jones tho enterprising merchant of this plnco is taking n muchneeded rest at his farm at Scaffold Cano KvMr nnd Mrs Snm Mason of Beien are visiting Mrs Masons sister Mrs Jones nt this plncoMr Hugh Hagan and family are preparing to leave us They will make their homo at Crab Orchard where Mr Hagan will go into the drug business Mrs Sue Mullins is visiting friends in Cincinnati this week Miss Rose Wade the popular young milliner who lens bleu such n successful trimmer this season in Mrs Frank Jones employ left for her homo iu Miteholnbiirg Ky Mr Mat Ballard and a number of Living stairs citizens who know a good thing when they see it attendee tho Berea ConiuieiiOement They report it a wonderful success Korea is out of tIll loveliest towns to be found any where mud people who have oneo lived tlitro cherish tho fondest mom ories of it Owsley County tiublmrd Our farmers are Bono planting corn null some have commenced hoe ing Alfred Eversole of Cow Creek hiss been on a business trip to Louis ville Pleasaut Gabbard who tins been sick from fever for a long time is nrcovering MM Lawn Taylor of Conkling recently visited Mr and Mrs C B Mooroof this place Mrs Margaret Moore and daughter Miss Dora were recent guests of J L Gablmrd and family Grant Club bard had n corn booing last week A C Gahlmrd of Booneville is lucre on n visit to Ii W YinterJ15 Combs lost a good horse last week logrollingSaturdayPrise from n trip down river Chas Hversolo and Albert Moore nttondtxl AcademyJackson Miss Margaret Horusby and M1 Reynolds of this place were married last week May tho best success at tend them Many lveredisappointed at tho result examinations for teachers at Booneville Only eight grantedSonoin three months Read This Before Going to the Show Tomorrow The Detroit Post says that a circus clown in Virginia took occasion one duty at tho close of tho performance to speak plain and very searching words which deserve the sober ntten tion of many more than those who heard them In Ills painted face and mottled garments ho said We have taken in six hundred dollars hero today more than most ministers of tho gospel receive for a whole years ser vice A largo portion of this money was ylrcn by church tnfnbfrs and a large portion of this audience is made up of members of tho church And yet when your preacher asks you aid him in supporting tho gospel toI are too poor to give anything you come hero and pay toj hear mo talk nonsense I am a fool utylivingand yet you support mo in my folly But perhaps you say you did not come to see circus hut the nni mals If you camo simply to see the lIimplllookthis not a Fretty place for Christians to bo in r Do you not feel ashamed yourselves You ought to blush in such a place as this HOMESPUN FAIR Premiums awarded at the Homespun Fair last week were as follow- sChnirslstThomas Murrill S1CO no second Ax handle 1st Thomas Murrill W 2nd Win Hobo 2T Knives and Forks Jus Harris RO 2nd Win hobo 25 1iayes1XCoverlids No first 2nd J D Am broso 5100 flag Carpets No first 2nd Mrs D Johnson SO Cotton Socks 1st Miss Lizm BUrDe1l12aKiddr 2nd Mrs Lena Combs 25 carIter THE HOME lMltttl by Maya J STOKK liutrurtor In Ihdnoelle Science llervn College CRUMBS EROM EVERYBODYS TABLE How TO TCLL Goon FLOUR It is the best economy to purchase thin best Hour oven at an extra cost Good flour adheres slightly to the hand mid if pressed in it shows thin impress of tho lines of the skin Dotiuh mantle of it is yellowish white and does not stick to the hands after Htitliciont kneading How TO DIIINK MILK Somo complain that they cannot drink milk without being distressed by it Tho most common reason why milk is not well horne is duo to till fact that people drink it too quickly If a glass of it is swallow ed hastily it enters into tho stomach and then forms one solid curdled mass dillicult of digestion If on the other hand thin sauna quantity is sipped and three minutes at least occupied in drinking it then on reach ing the stomach it is so divided that when coagulated as it must bo by thin gastric juice while digestion is going on instead of being one html condensed mass upon tho outside of which only thin digestive fluids situ net it is moro in the form of a sponge and iu nnd out of thin entire bulk the gastric juico lau play freely and jxr form its COOK i NO When wn wish to extract juices from anything wo put it in cold wiper and let it gradually roach tho boiling point so when we wish thin viands to retain their juices and use thin water only as n medium for cooking theta the opposite course may ho pursued Starch enter largely into tho loom position of sunny vegetables and on tho prevalence of this element de pends the digestibility of the vegetable To few Uiis element and have it thorougly incorporate itself with thin other elements in thin vegetable n great amount of heat is necessary and hence it is that all vegetables should bo put down to cook in lx iling water So no authoritias claim that oven though tho water is boiling it extracts considerable of thin starch laid there fore the nutritive element and that steam is thu only agent that should be employed iu cooking ninny varie ties potatoes for instance Thorn are as many opinions against as for this method and while it undoubtedly seems probable still equally good results have boon obtained from tho older method Chemists say that potatoes should always bo trailed in their jackets as there are various elements dot rimen tal to tho wholesomencss of the vege table that are absorbed by tho akin and that potatoes that are peeled be fore boiling retain some of these ele ments These who are accustomed to havo tho potatoes pooled before being tail ed think they have a peculiar tasto if thoy are boiled In their skin Of course it is all tho effect of tho imagination but no amount of talking will convince them of that fact so if the potatoes have to be peeled sea that quite n thick skin is taken off be causo there is n very bitter acid lodged in cells quite near thin skin and you must get rid of as much of this as possible Tho water of course draws most of this out but it inol as affective ns tho absorbent nature providedSoft should ho IISIH iu cooking vegetables and the only way city folks can soften water is to add n littlo salt to it Six or eight potatoes will need n teaspoonful of salt added to the water turnips and parsnips rut nlrout tho same that is teaspoonful of salt to a quart of water If any scum should happen to rise to the surface when thin eetllbles are tailing it must ho carefully skimmed oar Good Housekeeping BEREA COLLEGEsPlaces the Best Education hi Reach of All Over so Teachers 800 Students from JJO States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instniction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 12400 about 14 to be paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method isle Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary V O GAMBLE Ilgrea Madison Co Ky l THE SCHOOL Killed by 1 WDln more I oim of the Nor mAt Department Benin Collect READING AS A FUNDAMENTAL The subject of reading should be placed foremost in every school especially in the lower grades tumid considerable attention should ho paid to tho principles of reading in the higher grades Tho power to grasp all other branches quickly dop amid 5 upon reading intelligently This nloui is mitlicient reason for placing it first A largo percentage of the Pu Pit who appear dull simply luck in read ing Among tho several examples of this observed while visiting schools was that of n bright boy who failed to solve his problem in arithmetic I was told by thin teacher in the pres ence of tho boy anti thin rest of till pupils that this boy mud others of her room were very dull indicating at tho same time who they were remarked Tho boy is a bright look ing boy amid asked her what the problem was about ftnilitIi does this problem moan Tho boy readily explained it thou slid to the boy I guess llun dull for I do not understand it will you please ex plain it to mo again A stile came to the teachers face at my stupidity Tho boy in trying to explain tho moaning to mo dis covered lids own mistake A gleams shot over hits face and ho exclaimed eau do it cowl I did tint rend it rightThe result I was working for wax attained and tho boys faro noon ex pressed tilt satisfied look BO gratifying to an earnest teacher soon loft tho rout nnd building pitying thu teacher pitying tho chill dren more in being obliged to ml hour after hour under such a teacher no not n teacher simply a hearer of classesIf pupils aro poor renders glue tho matter your special attention nt once Ask yourself whoso fault it is If you mire conscientious you will bo apt to decide that it in your own since n child who can talk veil can read well if rightly taught Make reading a study as you do arithmetic nnd grammar If you do not know what the essentials of good reading are look up tho matter atone Theachera who say they have poor pupils nro only proving that thoy themselves are dull smith not fit for the position they hold A teacher who can read well her self and hoar good judgement by dili gent effort can have her pupils Clip able of speaking and rending well Tho highest praise any tender can receive is that her pupils are good readers Lillian A Brown in Nor mal instructor- S The Into General John M Palmer general in tho civil war in tho Union Army Governor of Illinois United States Senator gold democrat candidate for president in 18J6 was a selfmade man and worked his way iu college by building fires rind doing chores until it was a question of starvation Then ho wont into tho coopers shop at 50 cents a day put ting on hoops then peddled clocks until 1837 when ho was about 1U years old ho became n schoolmaster ASTtIIrILlo rvllalilo perron In every to reCNIIII1rxu tvnnrtny otwillil finan rrpiitallon fcvi ularjr r year payable weekly sa per day lxolut tjr nuro and all earnon umlKlit MinnMile ilclliilto salary no rum IslnmillIIOUriKtl Sr CHICAGO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE sTrtAoc MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anrnnn urnatng a kf trh and ilMcnptlnn nor quickly urrrlaln our freew ether au entlon prtihallrp tcntahle Connmunlr tonetrletlyemadeulWllandInokmilalentaaeet r triiM talon throunh Muim A Co rrcelra perm aefkr without charcu In the Scientific flitiericam rmnrtsnmclr tr li1 weekly Lariat cit rulnlldti of a xlimllno nuroal Term II a newedeatoraMUNN Branch emoe OB r 8U Wublnxton ll C THE FARM lltc t by 8 C rroe or ol Ho tl culture mare college DAIRY NOTES Ripen thin cnlIlt1ulIlCormly- IrrcguJilfit is a great leakySouring ennui not ripening it Fond regularly and milk regu lardye J Dairying gives n farmer a source continuous income hoImister than a walk thesfarm is ruinous of the fertility Thin sure way to Have good cows e is to raise them yourself It is uncleanly to wet tho hands while milking mind should never he done Dump floors in thin dairy room not only develop huh increase organ ic fungoid germs Do not expect n large flow of milk from n cow that has only enough teeth to live on Do not put thin covert on tho milk cntm until mutter tho milk hRH Mutt in them for a while One advantage with the creamery IS that thin skim milk is left nt homo and only tho cream noel Tho chief advantages of tho creamery system are cheapness of product and saving of labor Generally it is your own want of skill if the butter of ptlr quality therefore do not blame the cow If allof the conditions are favorable nearly juried separation will be- nenuplishel in twentyfour hours When churning proownls too rapidly nil n result of too high torn l rnturt only part of the fat Is sol id i fled A cow is largely influenced by training and habit and chiming ill custom in footling or milking will af fect ohm milk low Tho time to km is when till milk has M unxl just enough to ta n little thick at thin bottom of thin punti mid to thicken tho cream Cream with milk in It sours touch more rapidly than cream with no milk in it nit this create will be rich and if kept at thin right temperature tan IKJ kept two or threw days Selected e Managing Clay Soil Many WHOim expend more time mud muscle on clay soil thorn requir ed Thin one inix rtnnt item in timeliness When tho soil In betwixt wet nnd dry it breaks an it turns from thin plow Turn it up loom rind open Then lot it lie for n few hours or n day AM soon is the clods begin- to dry work roughly with n strong harrow as n spnding harrow spring tooth or Acme Do not try to work it down fine AH thin lumps begin to dry after thin next rain hit them with tho boot If they break amid cntmblo work tho land again this time with a lighter harrow A low timely workings when tho soil is just right will accomplish more than thrice tho la tar at other times Many people make the mistake of tiling soil until it bccomivi too fine Thou a rain packs and cements it mud tho- tronbl all over itiu Be cultist sorry and lousy sons are best when flute ninth mealy j ooplu think clay must ho but clay is not Baud onefsegutabloGardening BUY THE IN 1611 E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo llerlvwlliy those who nd- vertlxo a 0000 Hewing Machine fur SLUOO fits kind ofn nutchl0u mn bo Wright from us or nil of our indent from 1000 totjlSOO WC MAKC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines thin strength or weakness of The Dotihlu Fctil combined with other strong MtBiimkcM thin New Ifouio the lest HewIng Machine to buy Wnte ror CIRCULARShowl dynwof MIIhlll tho Itlr wu nmmifactiiroiinU jirleui bvfururmrchiuliig THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OIMNOC MAI- W Union Hq N Y Chicago IlL Atlanta HU JxiiilnMo IMIlaxToxHnn KmncUco GUI FOR BALE BV SISCO CO llcholiSTilli Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Contra Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized iu 1815 and the fiGth Annual Session begins about October 8th 1001 Throe sessions of seven months mach mire required for graduation This is tho first Doutal College established in tho West It r is coeducational anti has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern and well adapted to tho requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction aro also given Fees are 100 each Session For in formation and Announcement addrosi U A Smith D D S Dean 161 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio