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RevJOHNDODWELLManagerT HI3 CITIZENTHEHOME 50 Indepeadeat Devoted Interests CENTS FARM to A of the YEAR Weekly SCHOOL I VOL II A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 20 1901 Fifty cents a year NO62 1IDEAS Bounteous rains rank WIHHH A bright hoc a clean plentiful cropBegin each day with thanksgiving and petition Never judge by oppearancoc a cover a bad egg fInternational for all is given in the Evangel 1 Ood Rah it 2 Christ did it I I believe it r Take Notice ItT11OCITIzuNwautatennlorestudont good work Cull or write for ou Special Offer On Sunday Juno 30 Bro Dodwell of Tilt CITIZKN will preach ul Wai laooton Methodist Church Services morning and night The next insuoof the CITIZEN will be No Vol 3 and will contain the opening chapter of tho nplumlkl Temperance Story II Mulcora Kirk Sends ui fifty cents stamps coin or money order anti receive the paper a whole year You can not invest a half dollar to a better advantage FROI THE SIDE WORLD It is rumored in Washington that European diplomats have bosh con piriBg to wreck tho Iuu American Caarbats maMacrcd two mitmlon- artea tad fourteen native teachers in GttiBM last week ThA missionaries were eatea The Chinese Minister to the Unites States is making a great fight for tho repeal of tho Qrecry Exclusion Act which expires by limitation next May Seventyseven per cent of the popeElation of England and Wales is clues and twentythree per cent in tin rural districts Tim population is- 31r 2G07r exclusive of men serving in the army and navy abroad II OUR OWN COUNTRY Oil has been struck in Florida in two places about thirty miles southwest of Ocala The United States imported 1 120 13U2S8 worth of agricultural products in 1000 Tho War Department believes that Cuban independence will bo established by Christmas The government report for May in dicated a winter wheat crop of 410 000000 and a spring crop of 210000 000 bushels The coal mining companies o Indiana art to pass into the hands of a Chicago syndicate with a capital of 100000000Bthe current fiscal year will rtach fl 500000000 the increase to date over last year is said to bo 199000000 The Pope baa naked President MoKiuley to send a representative t tho Vatican to discuss the position o fat religious bodies in tho Philippines John Wanamakor has offered 12 500000 to the city of Philadelphia for street railway franchises about to hoI granted to politicaus who toI givo tho city notbloKIGOIIOIWULTHiFIBiTOGKY Auditor Coulters report shows balance In the State Troewry at thoI close of May of 25399969 The Baptist State Missionary Board is out of debt The board olnployan total of eigbty ono It is reported there are forty ease of smallpox in Mercer Count eighteen of tho patients being u Harrodsburg Five new cases of smallpox haveJ developed at Sharpsburg twenty or moro persons have been exposed to the diseaeoTSenator a that visited the President Monday aay that Mr McKinley an nounced his intention of roappointt ing tho Kentucky Federal oDico hold tTheFriday morning filed before tho mOtI1flcatonsome time ago reversing the cose as to the compotancy of a coconspira tor In a scathing arraiugmeut from pulpit last Sunday Rev E Powell of tho First Christian Church Louisville denounced millionaire Henry M Flagler and Prof Geo 0 Herron for seeking divorces from their wives ii cOn h ILOCALS AND PERSONALS MNNNl1N Ne Fresh broad at Bickni ll Earlrn Mrs S 0 Mason is in Cincinnati Miss Helen Putnam arrived hero Tuesday W A Battle left last week for An niHton Alit wit 9hah Campus is Iwing uudor drnined Dan U Goodman left for tittsburg Ponn last Saturday The Ladies Hall was cloned last work for tho Hummer lien Maltby leaves for his home in tomorrowrDr G C Goodman of Wclchbtirg is visiting Dr Robinson PoHtmaMtcr Daitghortv of Kirby Knob was In town Monday Miss Edith Ruddock left Monda for her home in Gnrvin Minn W A Powell of Kirby Knot paid tho printingollico a visit Monday T A Robinson tho Jeweler is his now stand in the Welch Block Lincoln Hall is being rocoverwl with firstclans Michigan cedar shin ghwTaper Sunday with S G Hanson and familyProf and Mia Kenneth Pout IP Lancaster wore visitors to Berca Sunday Raymond Otborno and Ralph Field have xwitious in the IunAinuricun xpoHitlonMIHII Clark is on joying her vacation with Prof and Sirs Diuoy at Hiirlan Ky R H Embree W P and Martin Pnsco tell Tuesday hi Buffalo N Y Sirs Fisher and Mr Stewart were visitors to the College Thursday Tho CITIZEN Is offering extra in duccmcnts to students to take sub scriptions for tho papor Wo regret wo are to looso Brodl Teeters and family They go to Weiser Idaho stout July Jail K Dnltou the blacksmith has sold his farm on Scaffold Cane to Mrs Laura Jones of Livingston Robinson the Jeweler has his En gutting Machine in n Hue light in his now static in tho Welch Block JTliljrnets rp Ulnl at timers chop near llunlcttci Mill Rev Wm Lodwick nud wife rat ceivelan addition to their Tamil Saturday n bright little girl for whom fao satisfactory name has yet been foundTho Jewelry and Optical Goods of T A Robinson in the Welch lock d quitrartistic We regret to learn that Minx Mer row who has for two years so subs RIoHull loaves Boron next w not to return T A Robinson tho Optician in Welch Block is better prepared than over before to examine your eyes and suit you in eyeglasses or spec tacles Examination free Tho State Colored Teachers As rtocifiUou moots hone July 3 4 and 5 This will bo n very interesting co volition as matters of much impo- tanro will bo forward for discussion Too late for last weeks issue wo of the marriage Wednesday ight the 12th Miss 1haulo Richardson to Dr L A Davis Pros dual Frost oiliciatiug Tutu CITIZEN anyd earnest wishes for tho bust IitoCInvitations to the Thomson of Memphis Toiiti Miss Bessie Bliss of Madison Ohi ds bOOn received by Boron irioud- he ceremony will bo performed Wednesday Juno 20 Both Mr Thomson and Miss Bliss wore former students of Borea College Chas Hanson and Miss Anna Fay Hanson lento about July 1 on u trip Buffalo and the East They ex aftEer down the Atlantic Coast visiting Baltimore Philadelphia Had Wash ngtou oil their return 11uddyKatieWhite of Crab Orchard Ella May 111Ltended by Meusrs Stuart A McGill of Cincinnati 0 and Jessie Curtis of col1osobuildingsCITIZEN was honored with a cull from the party rMadison County fNo Principal line yet been selected Richmond Argro High School Dr C C Hooker of Richmond lost his fine Hackney stallion bas t week by pneumonia Richmond has estimated tho cost tho puhlio schools for the unit year ut S000 The State will pay 3000 of this mid city taxes tho balance William Burgess and Buck burl two candidates for tho lican nomination to the ollico of stable in the Million Magisterial Di trice am tanking a house to house canvass of time district in company The Republican County met hint Saturday at the Court Ilous- itichmoud It was agreed to hold product conventions on August 17 i by21 when n lull ticket will IM natal natal Chairmant of a i can voters wax hold in Baron last Friday Prof L V Dodge in tho W H Gabbard Secretary hu miHjting was to select Chairmen for the now precincts matte by the ra districting of the County and tho BoreofPrecinct W H Bicknell Clay Pro cinct C II Blytho IT A Robinson has n fine display of Jewelry Optical Goods Musical Instruments Watches and Clocks in his new storo room in time Welch Blocka rTIlE rAAllniIVRTIURY MARKETSm 0 NORM AX A CO CINCINNATI June CATTLECommonSY60 rr 1JO II Butcherst1a0iI GOO II Shippers460 J rig i Ci00irhler J IconsCaluuloullti j 560 fI Fair good Hght575 ttf 590 1nckiugG91i 4 000 SHEEP Good to choice aOOf JW fl Common to fair 225 800 LAln sGoal to choice 475 r3 575 II Common to fuir350 J 450 WIltAT02 Red 70 CoR1fXo2 mix d 11 20rRvuNo 2 58 ml FLOOR Winter patent 850M 390 It fI 840fancy JJOOM 7p6 HAY No Tituothy12Ci0 M 1V75 II No2 110001150II No1 Clover 850 fj 900 No2II 750 rr 800 IOOLTRV Springers mr Ib 13 Fryure II 10 J J2 teary hens fI S Light hensII 1 Roosters 1 Turkey hens II Ii Toms G Ducksu G IIIHIDES Wet salted r 7 No dry salt 9 10iII Bull C rr Lambskins 40 tJ j fn1rWOOL UI1lIshedtJr Washed long 21 J 22 Tub washed 22 I 2iJ 5eJGeuso new nearly white 42 gray to average 31 Qr 10I Duckcolowd to white 28 J 35 hicken whito nc quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 J 15 TO TIlE DEAFA rich lady cured other Deafness and Noises in tho Head by Dr Nicholsons ArtifciaV Ear Drums sao 2000 to taro so that dent people unable to procure tho Ear Drums may hnvo thom free Address No 181J Tho Nicholson Institutor 780 Eighth Ave uuo Now York 520 02 Hurrah for The Mountains I Tht noble and eloquent address of ExGovernor Bradley at the Berea Commencement is one which will long bo remembered by all who heard it At the opening of tho mooting a pray desirofe wax expressed that one thousand boy end girls should that day make u their minds to strikeout for Curt oflit d girlspart a was very to e words of corumondatioi and for tho mountain region Oftiouree he Kentuckyeonly a small part of tho great moun loin region of tho South and it is by those who know tho from north to south that tho people of the Kentuckyjinountains pro at the head of the procession tho most able and enterprising of thorn 11IWhat tho mountain people need is etlucntionand the kind of education which Borea is giving Wo must have our own young men trained so that they can develop the industries agriculture and woodwork aullso tickaiders and foreigners During tho past year Berea has been able to fulfill every promise and to provide for all the 825 students who have made their way to its doors This has hoeD dope largely because moro students comu in the fall than formerly when there is more room and moro work which can bo given to who need to earn some oney while attending school in order to help themselves along It used to bethought that young people did not need to go to school until winter but now we are finding out that the tall is the best time to study Tho Fall Term bogies on the 11th of September and the Winter Term on the llth of December n Miss Robinson has received an op portunity for an exhibit of Homespun tho PanAmerican Exposition It is to be found in the central court yard of tbo Manufacturers and Lib oral Arts Building immediately to the right as one enters from tho south nod is a part of the exhibitof the National Arts Club of New York City Thn coverlet included in this exhibit was woven by Mrs Anderson of Jackson County p A Case Calling for Sympathy Mrs Davis who with her hus band andchild lives on Hanry Bick nails place on Silver Creek is in die tressing circumstances Mrs Davis i dayIl18ttoll into the fire burning her right hand so seriously that amputation became necessary Sunday last Drs Davis sad Robinson took off the in jured member above tho elbow A about a year and a half old was Mrs Davis armstvhen sho toll and received severe burns on the head This is a case calling for brotherly love and holy Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of the least of these did it unto mo cvcrTcOllnlyyxbloxeekl7a Ktrulxlit boimtlile Uctliilto eatery no com BTANIiA1tD11lIn REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news poems articles ad ance notes drawings photographs uniqiia articles etc etc purchased Articles revised and prepared for nub licution Books published Send for particulars and null information be fore sendini articles The Bulletin Press Association MewYork KELLOGG WHHENBURY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A alltimesprompt shipment COOL CLOTHES Splendid assortment of Stylish Flannel Suits Alpacahon hot days and priced so you can save And youll find in our store the largest and most uptodate lines of Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hos fiery Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again COVINGTON 3ANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Boys Suit Cases etc 900Salary Men end women of Rood kjdress to represent forlorAlalary guaranteed yearly extra commissions and Clllabllhctlhou8e lllollantlllberISTAFFORD PRESS S3 Church Ht New Haven Conn 928 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky AttentionKentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen isa neced city for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail troth College Book Store Every pen WIBIUNTID and can be exchanged or refunded if not satisfactory Ordersforpromptly filled Address f KyJune Fine Stationery Cheap You will do well to lay in a Paa leave Berea CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES Students Job Print Ky A handutl of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is Just where the skill of an cptlclan comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glasses and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky Three Years If in RichmondwAnd out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students o JUNE FURNITURE SALE It will bo to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy pricesHardwoodCouches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite all our Boron Friends andall Oitizon subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases O UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY g KyNight SHOEBARGAIN SATURDAY DOUGLAS BROS Richmond EXAMINATION tsNNNtNNNNMens ShoesI 500 Shoes for 350 400fI fI 300 350fI 200 300 44 175 MensBlackBoxCalfBlucher going now at 250 Come early and get your size Only a Um ited quantity on band t 1 A BOXER UPRISING Collecting a Large Force to Oppose Collection of Taxes For the War Indemnity MOVEMENT THREATENS TO SPREAD It li Reported That the Imperial Troops Have Been Defeated in Several Encounters Under Secret Convention With China France Will Be Able to Protect the Propoied New Railway With French Troupe London June 19The Shanghai correspondent of the Standard ca Wing under date of June 18 say that a Chinese military graduat- named Tien Lo Slang baa collected a large force of Boxers and disbanded soldiers and has Induced the inhab itants of the numerous walled viI lages and towns In the southwestern part of ChiLI province to unite opposing the collection of taxes fo the war indemnity It is reporte- that Tien Lo Slang and his followers have already defeated the imperial troops in several encounters Thu movement threatens to spread into ShanTung province London June 19A dispatch t the Daily Mall from Paris declares that under the terms of a secret con vention with China France will b able to protect the proposed new railway from Tonuin Into Yun Nan with French troops just exactly a Itucsia does in Manachuria and tha France intends to exercise this right although the intention so to do may now be denied This policy is an outcome of th recent visit to St Petersburg of M Delcasse the French minister of for elgn affairs The railway will also be extended past Yun Nan Fu to th upper waters of the YangtseKiang OUT ON BAIL Dr Samuel J Kennedy the Alleged Slayer of Dollie Reynolds Released on S1OOOO Bond New York June 19Dr Samuel J Kennedy was released under 10000 bail Tuesday afternoon and was cheer ed by a crowd of 600 men and boys as he walked to his counsels office 1tojoin his wife An hour later he to South ferry and took the boat for Staten Island on his way to his home at New Dorp which he has not seen for 34 months The prisoner called Goodby to the prisoners and left the Tombs at 235 p m He crossed the bridge of sighs stepping briskly as he was taken to the bond clerks office where he met Lieut Hand and Mrs Hand and signed the bail bond ANOTHER CUP RACE I Magazine Offers to Provide a 3OOO Gold Cap to Be Competed For IB Yacht Conteit New York June 19An American magazine has cabled to Sir Thomas Lipton and written to Thomas W Lawson and W Butler Duncan offer Ing to provide a gold cup valued at 5000 to be competed for after the cup races under the auspices of some well known yacht club Sir Thomas H cabled in reply that he will send his American representa tive Barrie to see the editor of the magazine Mr Lawson has signified his willingness to enter the Independ ence in such a contest previous to July 6 Mr Duncans reply has not yet been received A Daughter to the Carina Washington June 19A cablegram has been received at the state de partment from Mr Pierce United States charge at St Petersburg briefly announcing the birth of a daughter to the czarina Tuesday morning The state department will forward at once the usual felicita lions Free Library For Macon Ga Macon Ga June 19 Mayor Smith Tuesday received a letter from An drew Carnegie saying he would give Macon 20000 for a free library on condition that the city would appropriate 2000 a year for its maintenance It is expected that the city council will accept the offer Treasury Statement Tuesdaysstatement In the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve in the dl risiou of redemption shows Avail able cash balance 168921925 gold f05G94485 Combination of Electrical Iluilnen Chicago June 19 Negotiations are laid to be in progress for a combina tion in the electrical business which will Include the General Electric Sprague und Westinghouse companies Tie combined earnings of the three ompanles Is over 30000000 a year Another Record Broken New Haven Ct June 19At the Coliseum track Tuesday night Floyd McFarland of San Jose Cal broke the worlds bicycle record for one nile In competition handicap covering tie distance In 155 35 The Charges Dliralaied Chicago June 19The charges filed tome time ago with the board of trade against Meeker Brothers of Colum bus 0 were dismissed Tuesday ky the director J EXGOV PINGREE The WeilKnown Michigan Man Passed Away in London Tuesday Night Its SON WAS TIE ONLY ONE PRESENT IThe Cause of Death Wai a Cancerous Affection of the Intestines Causing Much Pain ITlae Body of the Late Governor Will Be Embalmed and Brought to III Home In lie trolt Mich ILondon June 191 x Gov II S Michigan died here Tues sday night at 1135 presenet at nt left Mr Pingrees bedside at about 1115 promising to return shortly II S Plngree jr who had been watching at his fathers sloe for four days and who has not removed noticercondu dirtelout one Young Mr Plngree has wired hll mother and his uncle in the United LondonsPingrcc hiehomeThe diagnosis made by London ape cialist of the cancerous affection of 1ntglee no e for the patients recovery Towards the end of his illness Mr weakewas to re lain nourishment His mind however remained fairly clear During prncekept by o f strychnine and drugs administered to lessen his pain A NOTED CAREER HU Potato Patch Scheme For the Relief of the Poor Brought Much Fame to BEGoT Filigree Hazen Senter Plngree was born at Denmark Me in 1840 In 1SC2 he enlisted in the 1st Massachusetts heavy artillery and served until the end of the war when he located in Detroit embarking in the manufacture of shoes In 1889 the republican party nominated ezOor Pingree for mayor of Detroit and he was elected by over 2000 majority He was reeleoted in 18919305 by increased majorities each time In 1896 Mr Pingree was elected aa governor of Michigan by 83000 plurality running ahead of the na tional ticket by 26000 votes He was reelected governor in 1898 by about 100000 plurality and served out hi term which expired in 1000 Lae- March he started on the trip to South Africa which resulted in his death in London ExGov Pingree while he was mayor accomplished many mu nlclpal reforms among others forcing the gas company to lower their rate 90 cents per 1000 establishing th public lighting plant organizing the Detroit railway on a threecent fare basis lowering telephone rates and breaking up a number of sewer and paving rings that were thriving when he came into office ills potato patch scheme for the relief of the poor of the city was extensively copied and brought him much fame While gov ernor Mr Pingree devoted his energies toward securing a law taxing railroads and ether corporate prop erty on an ad valorem basis instead of specifically on their earnings Ills efforts resulted in the passage of a law along these lines by the last leg- Islature AFTER BANKS City National of New York Jfejro tinting For the Purchase of Two Kansas City Concern Kansas City June 19The positive statement is made on excellent au thority that the City national bank of New York which is controlled by John D Rockefeller and the Standard oil interests U negotiating for the purchase of the National Hank of Commerce and the First National bank of Kansas City The National hank of Commerce has a capital of 1000000 and its deposits are above 30000000 and the First National is also a strong concern To Establish n Whipping Post Montgomery Ala June 19Among- the ordinances introduced In the con Htltutloual convention Tuesday were one by Mr Williams of Marengo county to establish a whipping post by Mr Pettus of Limestone to pre vent miscegenation by Mr Oreer of Calhoun to hold municipal elec tions on the same day as state elec tions Wearing Overcoat In rnrU Paris June 10After more than a fortnight of tropical heat France is experiencing u cold spell which has driven Parisians to resume their overcoats while from many parts of time provinces show violent rains and hall are reported Stormy weather prevails along the coast Practical Joker Killed Crossville Tenn June 19As the result of a practical joke John Al ston was shot and killed by his broth er Elijah Awtea SEVERELY PUNISHED IlIan Thnt Wife Who FLrly Swore n Xeiiro Committed nn ds null liven noo limliei- Cnmdcn Ark Juno 19Tom Vnt son who with his wife sworo that the Negro Will Hussey hind com mllt ted nn iiRmiult on Mrs Wilt lion was taken out by n committee of citizens of Cnmdcn Monday night amid given 500 lushes The ntllduvlt of Watson and lily wIle vets the means of Ihwsey being sentenced to hang tin latter part of thin month but about three weeks ago Mrs Watson made u writ ten statement confessing that she had sworn falsely ugaliiHt Hussey and on tanning this GOT Davis sus pc Ill the Negros lentenccIThe eonfcRslou so Incensed the izens that they decided to punish Watson whose wife swore that she was compelled by him to testify against the Negro At time conclu sloe othe lashing Watson was placed on n train going south and given Instructions not to stop In Arkansas HUGE AVALANCHE Seethum of a Mountain side Unshed Dawn Inlii the Valley One Ier un Kllleil Another llylnir Keyser W Va June 19n anal nnehe unparalleled In the West Vlr 1giniu mountains occurred at Uopevllle jrunt county 33 milts from here Great sections of the mountain side along the Potomac river for two Milieu rushed down Into the valley and the Louie of Mrs Andrew Ours n widow was completely wrecked The 22yearold daughter of Mrs IrslOllrsgrandchild was grabbed by Mrs Ours when this first warning came but eKcaM was Impossible find found Tuesday morning the whlnI mother was burled to her the debris holding the child in h rII arms above the mud and stone which she was fastened The will recover Mrs Ours body was found during time day GEORGIA PEACH CROP Said to lie Nearly llulnril the Fruit Hutting Very 101 oil Aeouunt of Hs een lve Item Atlanta in June ID According to State Geologist Seott peaches In south and middle Georgia are rotting very fast the result of excessive rains for the post three weeks Assistant Commissioner of Agricul ture Wright said We have received reports from every county in the state and the peach crop is said to be nearly ruined Not only Is the peach crop In poor condition but cotton melons and cnivtaloupes are also in bad shape Lice has Infested the cotton and the heavy rains have caused it to turn yellow The outlook now U the worst seen in Georgia In u mnnbcr of years ICHARGE OF INCENDIARISM ChlcaguAlof Conspirator Chicago June 10 Acting under order from the Underwriters associa than the police authorities Tuesday night arrested ex1ollccnian Benjamin andeanother man whose name is unknown on n charge of incendiarism The men It is alleged ore the lead ers of a humid of conspirators that has been defrauding insurance com panies for three years It is asserted by the police that operations were carried on in other cities and that at least a dozen men arc implicated SEVERAL NARROW ESCAPES Maniac Took Iomeidon of a Depot and Opened Fire With ft llevolrer Killed lly a Iollreiunn Rockford 111 June 11JA maniac took possession of the Illinois Central depot here Tuesday night mind opened fire with a revolver Several persons had narrow escapes Policeman Frank Sullyattempted to arrest time man j und was twice shot at He returned the fire almost instantly killing the maniac On the dead roans body was found n card bearing the name of A G Peterson Chicago Wants An American Unlit Yacht Washington June J91l1c emperor of Germany has ordered a schooner yacht to be designed and built in the United States It Is to be con structed on similar lines as the Amer- Ican yacht Yampa which Emperor William now owns The yacht will be designed by A Cury Smith and Henry U Itarbey naval architects of New York Italian AnnrrhUU Arrested Berlin June 19 Special dispatches frog Meissen Saxony say that three Italian uimrchlvtH have been arrested In the Seftenberg mines upon evidence that they had been connected with UreKcI in the nbsauslnatlon of King Humbert Time three anarchists were delivered over to the Italian authorities DeilrurtlTe Fire Greenville S C June 19Fire which broke out in a bakery early Tuesday morning destroyed an entire block In the heart of the business portion of this city Time loss will reach 75000 The fire at one time threatened the entire business section of Greenville The aidt Infantry Mustered Oat San Francisco llme19ihe 31st Infantry United States volunteer WAIl mastered out Tuesday ART IN THE HOUSEHOLD Yalngule Hint Concerning the Hang- Ing Drying and Arrangement of Lees Curtain Hanging lace curtains and draping them is a severe strain on anyone ex cept a professional The work doo by the professional la often not sa satisfactory as that done by the am ateur as the work of the former U often too stiff and choppy looking ta AN IDEA FOR TIlE PARLOR suit anyone with an eye for graceful lines and effects If the curtains an new they are often easier to manage than the old ones which have been carelessly stretched In stretching curtains too much care cannot betaken in getting them straight and even If the curtains have a decided pattern particularly in the border it Is wisest to put a pair together on the frame Pin corresponding point in the pattern together at close in tervals and lee that the edges art even and the same Much hard work can be saved by these precautions and a much more satisfactory pieet of work can be done t There is a tendency just now toward the plain muslin ruffled curtain hang in lines from the ithovery dignified looking curtains audI look best in a room furnished alonlI the strong colonial lines used alike in parlor diningroom and bedchamber Many people of ex tremely good taste have the curtain of an entire floor just alike and many persona of unlimited means select the muslin curtains In preference to the expensive laces which savor rather ot fancy work and are too dainty for the quaintly dignified furnishings which are in so much favor just sow Many people prefer a draped bank curtain and if the outlook from the window is particularly pleasing It seems wicked to shut it out or else look at it through the foggy lights of the muslin curtain In the design given herewith are illuitrntjons of some of the mode In greatest use just now In curtain alJlttlei FOR A DOUBLE WINDOW to hang these curtains just as well a 1 the paid upholsterer The curtains to look well should both be wide as the window Cross each curtainI nearly together allowing about ela inches on each curtain at the outside That Is to say the unruffled edge should come out beyond the ruffled edge of the other curtain about six inches this should be exactly the tame on each side of the window It is Impossible to give exact meas thlwldtbJust now so stylish to finish curtains with the ruffle at the top Run a hem In the tops of your curtains wide enough to admit running the rod in very easily Be sure not to put your hem in until you have baited your curtains together if you are going to cross them DI sure that your curtains are straight across the top and drape them back as high or low as you like them II a small room with only one window a good effect U obtained by draping ciao lYe Uffhw tits tU ether u the rosettes are alike pull your cur tain back Into position and tie light ly with a strong String and make your rosettes out of the fullness which falls from the back below the string I always pia my rosettes but many sew them They may not come right the first time but with a little time and perseverance you will soon ben expert and find curtain draping a pleasant and satisfactory piece of work The lace curtains which have been In use so many years will probably be used and liked by many for genera floes to come Just now the artittt who devote their time to house fur nUhlnga and decorations are not clined to use the style of curtain which our mothers and grandmother have liked so well Many people of perfect taste cling to the socalled old fashioned curtain and as yet there li little indication of their falling Into disnse These curtains are usually hung in straight lines from the top of the window to the floor and If they are of heavy texture It ls uieleas to try to drape them gracefully If they are of a particularly handsome pattern they do not show their beauty If draped The cotton cord and tassels the beat to use a ribbon looks too fusty For bed ebsmber ruined curtains made of figured chintz allkolln silk and several new materials are now offered In the shop all of which make very pretty and dainty curtains and nearly all wash very satltfac torily To my eyes bare windows are far preferable to windows curtained with soiled or faded curtains Try to keep your curtains clean and better buy Inexpensive once and send to the laundry than to have fle ones which you feel you must take care of your self and then neglect to keep them free from soil It Is a good Idea to put FOR DEN OR BOUDOIR your curtain up so they can be taken down rod and all and given a good dusting every few weeks You will be surprised to find how much dust you will shake out sod you will alto find that your curtains win last much longer as dust rots any material very soon If allowed to collectRadford lie view IWINDOW GARDENING Haihaaar Care Doe Net Par with Home Plaali They Need Cot- act Attention Ninetenths of the windows used for crowdedITurn a new leaf right now by throw lag away every poor or insignificant inIapace a sickly plants Keep the foliage immaculately clean everyIBhowcriBf the foliage washes the dust out of the pone refreshes the plant and imparts rigor Beside this clean plants do sot harbor Insect the greatest foe of the Indoor garden a4 the hardest to light Loosen the crusted earth at the top j of the polL The roots need air sad 1m soft pliable earth they get it by eaplllary transmission A hard top crust seal the soil up as though la a jug Neither air Mr water fled free entrance through it Plant In hard eoU often suffer from lack of moisture at the roots though water has been gives every day Slide the shade ap to the top ef the upper scab take down the cur talna at the plant windows and let Ooda Invigorating sun shine In gas shin to a plat U what gold Is to a Klondike Bitter Iii extremely cold weather stay the watering pot Plants need little wa ter during severe weather and they chill or freeze twice as quickly after a fresh drenching If watering becomes absolutely necessary have it the tern onlyining during a cold snap is to Invite a visit from Jack Frost Pet your plants Turn them train them Into shape as they grow pick off every dead leaf or faded flower Haphazard care does not pay with house plsats it Led fllnis TTee j ITHE SUNDAY SCHOOL r IeiKin In the laiternatlunal Merle fer June 23 11111 New Heaven Iands New Knrlh Prepared by II C ienlnatonl TUB L1 S80NriSxrR- evelation 2117 2MT 2 And I sew a new heaven and a new IIralIno more sea 2 And John mw the holy city new Jerusalem comma down from uod out of Heaven prepared 01 u bride udurntd fur her husband 3 And heard a great voice out of Heaven laying Behold the tabfrnurle of Uud li wllh men and Ho will dwell with them and they shall be Ills people and nod himself ihall ba with hum nod be their God And God ihall wipe sway all lean1froln their eyes and there shall be no inure death neither sorrow nor crying ntlllil r ihall there be any more pain fur the fur mer things an passed away IiI And lie that sat upon the throne llehold make all thliiKi new And said unto me Write fur these wordss lilt true and faithful And lie laid unto me It li dune I am and Omega the biKlnnlnic and the athlII7 lie that overcometh ihall Inherit nil thInK and will ba his Clod and he skull 1Ineither of the moon to shine In It for the glory of lad did lighten It and the Iamb- Is the light thereof +And the nations of them which are saved ihall walk In the light of Ill and kings of the earth do bring their IhIand honor Into It ahutithins it And they shall bring the glory and bonor of the natloni Into It H And then shall In no wise enter Into It any thtnir that denielh neither whatsoever wurketh abomlnallun or tnnketh a lie but they which are written In the Ijiinbi book of life illlnK TiXT lle that oerrm eth hall Inherit all Itiliioi and I nlll tie hU Had and he shall be m- yanrllev NOTlI AND COMMKNTH This U the culmination of all Scrip tural teaching nail It In mrrhnps the s clearest vision of Heaven given any when In nil rite Bible Tin whole ac room embraces chapter 21 and Si which may be briefly umniarle RII follows The New Jerusalem1111Itl- aatn W and Cursingli J7 No Night TheteItJhan-nly I Uonhlp 811 An Invitation SIOIl The New Jerusalem Jcrinmlein was the center of Jewish worship Daniel and his frlrtuU In captivity prayed with their faces towards Jer iinnlcni Bin hiss obscured the face of God from man Hut uln will is finally banished frbm this earth unit there will be a new and a better Jerusalem where tarp will continue to worship Gad limit In a manner they never had before For God will dwell among Ills woplc and the harmony of unl ITtunl righteousness wllllrnll This reign of righteousness will nieiiii the entire absence of sorrow and weelo Ing There will be only gladness and mirth In verses 9 and 10 comes again the thought of Jerusalem as the place of worship and the church la reprr tented as the bride of the Lamb It wall n place of exceedingly great beauty Its glory and grandeur can only be represented by visions of line gold nnd all the costly stones Noth lag will enter this city that wilt mar or deface its beauty It Is a significant thought the author puts In apposition the thoughts of worketh abomina Ion and roaketh n lie Of all the abomination of earth the lie Is easily leader for It fathers all the otherllIillcsalng and Cursing In chapter 21 are contained two promise arid a curse The first promise is the Water of life to him that thlmtcth The second Is to him that overcometh he shall Inherit aU thing and I will be Ida nod nnd he shall be My son Son hip with suck a God Ilurt11 the highest possible gift In even the Di vine power The curse is just as great III the promises namely exclusion from participation In such great bless lags refusal to even enter time beauti ful city No Night There Two notable things about the heavenly city nre time river of water pure and ing out of the throne of Ood 11roceedItime lamband the fact of no night At the close of toil comes the sight of rest Over you iltr there will ba no wrnrlnens hence no need of the night of rest Then night time stands for the gloom of sorrow nnd disappointment Time ierpclual day of gladness is the promise bpyoml this vale of tears The clear aster of the light Is Ood lllmnulf which means perfect mutual under standing nnd eternal peace Heavenly Worship Two timings are to be noticed concerning tin worship of the new Jerusalem The first is that there II to he worship nnd the second s that this worship Is not to be of the abstract right but of n personal nod John fell down to wornhlp time angel n case of human weakness wor shiping Divine goodness but John Will rebuked the angel commanding John to worahlp God An Invitation Whosoever will let hits take of the water of life freely Now U the time to come In the last ilay the unjust and the filthy will have no deslr to mend their ways only the righteous will then be pre pared to enjoy the celestial beauties Floe and ThUtler A godly life la the best legacy Love is the lifeblood of Christianity If we may rejoice in having we may In hope Some flower must fade that their seeds may falL The pence of Ood In the heart bringrthe peace of victory in the life A man cannot be honest with mea when he is endeavoring to cheat God They who retire with God will never retreat before men He who womLl measure the sua with a fee4ele wwtltl MM t Mikw IIII GLIMPSES OF GOD Discourse of Dr Talmage en the Divine Saviour II llnlnri High Kspectatlnna of Ilan- 11ben Tbnt Now Hut Dimly Bern Will Ile Fully Itearalrmli Copyrlsht by tuuli Klopich N In this discourse Dr Tnlirfnge raises high expectations of till tiny when that which IB now only dimly seen will W fully revealed text Job 20 Mi ho these mire parts of Ills wily Hut how little u portion U heard of Him Hut the thunder of Ills power whh vim understand The least understood Wing In the universe U lad HIiiiipluMiuiUM would be nny attempt by painting or sculp ture to represent Him Fgyptfnn hieroglyph tried to kuggcst Him by putting time figure of tin eye upon u word Implying that dud sees and rule but how Imperfect the sug gestlonl When we speak of Him It It ulmoit always In language llgura the lie Is Light or Daysprlng from on lllghor lie IH a Illjih Tower or the Fnuiftulti of Living + Waters JIll splendor U 10 great that no limn can see Him and live When the group of great theologian assembled In Westminster abbey lot the purpose of making u system of religion belle they first of all want ed an aniwer to till question Who iii nod No one desired to under take the answering of that overmas tering iiietlon They finally con eluded to give the musk to the young rat man In the assembly who Imp peneil to he Hey George lllleple He consented to undertake It on the con dition that they would fiat unite with him In prayer for Divine direc tion He began ids prayer by say hIRO God Thou art a spirit In fltille eternal and unchangenble In Thy Wing wisdom power holiness justice goodness nnd truth That tint sentence of Glllesplcs prayer was unanimously adopted by the ns cembly aa the hIs definition of God Hut after all It was only a partial success and after everything that language can do when put to the lit tonal strain and all we ran see of Qod In the natural world and realize of I noel In the providential world we are forced to cr out with Job In my texts MJo there are runts of 1118 ways Hut how little a portion is heard of Him Hut the thunder of III power who can understand Archbishop Tlllotson and Dr nick and Timothy Dwlght and Jonathan Kdward of the pant and the might leit theologlanH of thin young cen tury have discoursed upon the power of lod the attribute of omnipotence And we have allarea demonstration of Gods alintghtlne It might have Wen far out at sea when In an equinoctial gale God showed what lie could do with the witter It might have Wen In an August thunder storm In the mountain when and showed what lie could do with the lightning It might have been In Bouth America when Ood showed what lie could do with the earthquakes It might have Wen among the Alps when foil showed what lie ennui do with the avalanche Our cheek wa blanched our breath topped our pulses fluttered our whole Wing WRI terrorized but we- s hadttll only an limtanre of Divine strength What Willi the power of that storm compared with time power which hold nil the oceans What warn the power that book the lillla compared with the power that awing the earth through all the centuries and for 0000 and In a forma tlve and incomplete shape for hun dred of thousand of yearn What U that power that sustains our world iompared with the power which roll through immensity the entire solar system and all the constellations and galaxies and the universe The mightiest Intellect of man would give way If for a moment there come upon It the full appreciation of what omnipotence III We try to satisfy ourselves with staying It is natural law that con troll thing gravitation In nt work centripetal and centrifugal forccn re pond to each other Hut what III natural law It IolllJ Gods way of doing thing At every point In thu universe It is Gods direct and continuous power that controls nnd liar immunizes and suntnlns lint power withdrawn one Instant would make the planetary Hystcm amid nil till worlds which astronomy reveals one universal wreck bereft hemispheres dismantled sunsets dead constella Bona debris of worlds What power It must W that keeps tho internal fires of our world imprisoned only hero and there spurting from a Coto paxl or n Stromboll or from a Vesuvi us putting Ioinpeli amid Hcrculnncum Into stpulcher but for the most part the Internal fires chained In their cages of rock nnd century after cell tury unable to break the chain or burst open time door What power to keep the component parts of time air in right proportion so that all around the world the nations may breathe In health Ile frusta and the heats hindered from working uni vernal demolition Iower as Isaiah Bays to take up the Isles as n very little thing Ceylon and Hornco and Hawaii as though they were pebbles power to weigh the mountalnx In cales and the hula In balances Tenerife and the Cordilleras rock we must have luer- analIcrew and great machinery but God moves tho world with nothing Luc a Word power to create worlds and power to destroy them as from the observatories again and again they have been seen red with flume then pale with ashes and then scat tlrrelL We get some little Idea of the power when we see how It dllneI proudest cities nnd nation Mvmphls it has ground up until of Its ruins ore no larger thou mnnyI thumb nnll and you con hardly souvenir large enough to remind you of your visit The cityof Tyro Is un der the sea which washes the shore on which are only a few crumbling pillars left Sodom and Gomorrah dllhrllllIhntlon nnd Nineveh are blotted out of existence that not one uninjured wlinft of their ancient splendor remains Nothing huh Omnipotence could have put them down and put them under The antediluvian world was able to send lo the pontdlluvlnn world only one ship with a very snmll passenger list Omnipotence first rolled the seas over time land and then Itlllllhem n gu hack to their uaunlchnnmitlx na rivers and lakes nod oceans At Omnipotent command till waters pouncing upon their prey and nt Omnipotent command slinking back Into their appropriate places Hy such rehearsal we try to amuse our appreciation jif what Omnipotence Is and our reverence Is excited and our adoration Is Intensified but after all we foil ourselves at the lout of a mountain we cannot climb hovering over n depth we cannot fathom at the rim of a circumference we cannot rninpatK and we feel like lint going down on our knees and then like lull ing lint upon our faces as we exclaim lei these are parts of Ills ways lint how little a portion Is heard of Him thin time thunder of Ills power who can understand So nil those who have put together systems of theology have discoursed alio about the wisdom of hid Think of n wlidom which can know the end from the Wglnnlng that know the thirtieth century as well ns the first century We can guess what will Imp pen lint Ills only n guess Think of n mind that can hold all the past anti all the present and all the future We can contrive and Invent on n small tcnle but think of n wisdom that mild contrive n universe Think of I uUdom that can learn nothing news wUdnm that nothing ran surprUe ill the facts scenes and occurrences of all time to come as plainly before It ns though they had already trans pired He could have built nil the ma taint universe Into one world and awing It n glorious tunas through Im mensity but behold His wi dam In dl viding up time grandeurs into innumerable worlds rolling splendors on all sides diversity amplitude maj esty Infinity Worlds Worlds Moving In complete order shining with complete radiance Mightiest telescope on one hand anti most pow erful microscope on the other dis covering In the plan of Rod not one Imperfection What but Divine Will dom could have planned a human race and mature It started built for It a world like this pouring waters to slake human thirst and giving soils capacity to produce such food and lift lag such n canopy of clouds embroid ered with such sunlight and surround ing time world with such wonders that all the scientists of the ages hnve only begun to unroll them Wisdom III magnitude and in atom in archangel and In mollusk Think of n wisdom that was able to form without any suggestion or any model to work by the eye the ear time hand time foot the vocal organs No wonder that Galen the most celebrated of medical authors among time ancients fell on his knees at the overwhelming wisdom of God In the constitution of tho hu man frame Our libraries ore filled with the wisdom of the great think era of all tine Have you considered the far superior wisdom which fash toned the brain for all those thoughts of the Infinite Mind that built those Intellects Hut It Is only the mil lionth part of that wisdom that has come to mortal appreciation Close next to every discovery Is a wonder that has not been discovered We see only one specimen among 10000 speci mien I A tradition says that Abraham of the Old Testament was when an In font hidden In n cave because of the persecutions of NImrod The first time time child came out of the cavern It wan night and he looked up nt the star anti cried This Is my God tint the star disappeared and Abraham wild No that cannot be my God After awhile the moon rose and Abraham said This Is my God but It set mid Abraham was again dlsap pulntcd After uwhlle the sun rose and he sold Why truly lucre ls my God but time sun went down and Abraham was saddened Not until the God of the Bible appeared to Abraham was he satisfied and his faith was so great that he was called the Father of the Faithful All that the theologians know of iods wisdom Is Insignificant compared with the wisdom beyond human compre hension The human race never has had and never wilt have enough brain or heart to measure the wisdom of God I can think of only two authors who have expressed the exact facts Ihc one was 1nul who says Oh the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of Grid how unsearchable are Ills judgments mid Ills ways past finding out The other author was time scientist who composed my text I think He wrote It during a thunderstorm for the chapter says much about the clouds and describes the tremor of the earth under the reverberations Witty writers sometimes depreciate the thunder and say it Is the lightning that strikes but I am sure God thinks well of the thunder or He would not nlltIII0wIIto give emphasis It was the thunder tint shook Sinn when time law wns given It wns with thunder thnt the Lord discomfited the IhtiUtlnei at Iliar vision again and again heard the thunder The thunder which is now quite well explained by time clectri elms wn the overpowering inyMcrj of the niicifiits nnd standing union those mysteries Job exclaimed Lo these are purls of Ills ways tint how little n portion heard of Him Bo nlso nil systems of theology try to tell UK what Is omnipresence thnt is Gods capacity to be everywhere nt the same tune Where Is nod said n heathen phllbxophcr to a Christian wan The Christian answered Let me first ask you where Ho is not Tin child had It riot when linked how many Gods are there and Jie answered Our How dn you know tint he tuna nuked ngaln Ho answered There only room for one for He fills earth and Htnv en An author says that IIn man were set In the hlghcxt heavens he would oat he any nearer the essence lor God than If he were In the renter of the earth I believe It If this Divine ewMnce does not read nil places what use In our prnyer for prayers girl being onYreI to God on the other IIldot the cnrfli ns well as here mud God must be there and hero to lake supplications which are of fered thousnnd of lulled apart Ubiquity No one has It but God And what on alarm to wickedness an everywhere present Lord nile whnt n rrcli torlelll lIt when we need help God on the throne and God with the kneeling child saying Its evening prnyer nt hula mothers lap God nbove you God beneath you loch on the right of you God on the left of you God within you Xo pantheism for tint teaches that nil timings are God lint Jehovah possesses nil things as our souls posses our bodies God at the diameter and circumference ol everything as close to you as the food you put to your lips as the coat you put upon your back as the sun light that shines In your face Ap preciation of that If through Jesus Christ the atoning Saviour we ore right with God ought to give us n serenity n tranquillity that nothing could upset Would It make ni gloomy No for God Is the God ol oy amid will augment our happiness God In full pnsseNHloii of is n thought nut of which you oiuht to mnlH nnthrtns and entwine garlaida mind kindle Illuminations So every system of theology has attempted to desorlW nod define time Divine attribute of love Insy enough In it to define fatherly love motherly love conjugal love fratcr nrl love sisterly love and love of country but the lore of God defies- all vocabulary For ninny hundreds of years poets have tried to sing It and painters have tried to sketch It anti ministers of the Gospel to preach It anti mnrtyrH In the fire and Chris tians on their deathbeds unto ex tolled ItDlltl we can tell wheat It is like but no ono has yet fully told what It Is Only glimpses of God have we in this world but what an hour it will he when we first see Him and we will have no more fright than I feel when I now see you It will not be with mortal eye that we will behold Him but with the vision of a cleansed for given and perfected spirit Of all the qulntlllltrn ages of eternity to us the most thrilling hour will he the first hour when we meet Him as lie Is This may account for something you have all seen and may not have un derstood Have you not noticed thnt after death the old Christian looks young again or the features resume the look of 20 or 30 years before The weariness gone out of the face there Is something strikingly restful and placid there Is a pleased look where before there was a disturbed look What wrought the change I think time dying Christian saw God At the moment the soul left the body what the soul saw left Its Impression on the countenance I think that U what gave that old Christian face after death time radiant and triumph ant look The bestormed spirit has readied time harbor the hard battle of life is ended In victory The body took that look the moment Heaven began anti the curtain was completely lifted and the glories of J honhl presence rushed upon the soul The departing spirit left on the old mans face a glad good by and that first look gave the pleased curve to the dy lug lips and smoothed out the wrln kles and touched all the lineaments with an indescribable radiance s t Last summer we journeyed thou sands of miles to see the midnight sun from North Cape Norway We stood on deck In the arctic seas our watches In our hands nnd It wns 11 oclock at night but light as an ordinary noonday Then It was hall past 11 oclock at night then it was IS min utes of 12 but n long wide thick cloud hung over the sun Are we to be disappointed as thousands have been and the journey here a failure Ten minutes of 12 nnd the sun stilt hidden Hut about five minutes of 13 the cloud lifted and the midnight sun the most wondrous spectacle of all the earth appeared pouring forth nI refulgence that turned the arctic sea into 20 miles of pearls and rubles and diamonds and emeralds and overpow ering us with a glory that left us with body nil ntrcmble anti a mind full of all ecstasy and a soul full of nil wor ship Thank God we saw Itthe mid night sun So with that departing Christian soul the voyage of life lens been long and rough and tempest uous chilling sorrows have again and ngnln snowed down upon him nmlH- Is nn arctic sea Many cloujg have filled the sky It Is approaching 11I oclock and the closfc uf lifes Friends stand around and count tho parting moments The clock strikes 12 and God breaks through the clouds Did shines upon the features of tho ilopartlng saint until they are trans llgured with the glories of the Sun of Righteousness That Is what has so changed time features of the old man It U the shining of the Midnight Bus RGHTHERE IN THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK WE COMMENCE THE l BEST TEMPERANCE STORY S SSSSSSSj505SS YOU EVER READj MALCOM KIRK By it1 0 Charles M Sheldon I THE GITIZENBEREA KYJUNE 20 1901 ljI M 1TEIUPERANOE As HORACE GBEELET SAW IT Wo are quite willing yes mo ref than willingto see the upholders license laws devote their energies t the enforcement of those laws in thoi less exceptionable aspects by a rig orous and united crusade against their violators by Sunday dramsel ling and their defiers by poisoning without liconso It is a work manI- festly devolving on them and to which are or should be especially adapted To them and their kind this query addresses itself with irresistible force Since you uphold the license system why do you not take care to make it something else than a fraud and a sham But to us who stand for total abstinence and the Maine law the hunting and hounding of poor wretches into the payment of a beggerly SIO per annum each the license fee iu New York at that time for the privilege of poison ing their neighbors is a business pos sensing few attractions For laws which assume to forbid and to punish acts ought to rest ou n basis of moral ity For us who affirm that alcohol is a poison and its use as a beverage always perilous always consistentthere is obviouslybut one that of untuali hostilitytheto their neighbors for gain we greatly prefer that they should it on their own responsibility rather than the Statesat all events we can not permit them to do it on ours To sell- rum for a livelihood seems bad enough but for a whole community to share the responsibility and guilt of such a traffic for a 1 seems a worse bargain than that o Eve or Judas Alcohol is a poison the traffic in alcoholic bever ages is an offense against the well be ing of society and ought to be a crime against the laws The essen tial wrong is not the lack of a license but inheres in the business for which a license for its prosecution should be required being a bad one no such license should DO granted No practical enforcement of the li cense system will ever sensibly miti the evils of intemperance So long as there shall be even 2000 authorized legalized liquor shops in our city all who choose to drink wJll- find 1 and our youthwill mainlyinitiated as fast as they become old enough to elude their parents vigilance into the pri mary degrees of tippling whence the road is descend ing to tippling and drunkenness But let the laws inflexibly forbid the sale of alcoholic beverages and every youth is warned from cradle that those beverages aro hurtful and dang erous and that in drinking them he encourages a violation of the laws of the land Such legislation may not at once abolish rumselling as ourI present laws against theft and bur gaily do not utterly extripafe those crimes but being based on a principle and dealing out equal justice to rich and poor it must command the respect even of its antagonists and gradually win its way to universal respect and ohedienceEditorial in New York Tribune April 26 1853 II Rumselling is either right or wrong is either poison or no If positionliquorthat is good to drink then there ought to be no licenserequiredof its sellers Men hurt themselves by eat ing too much or at unseasonableI hours yet we not a to authorize a man to sell meat or bread or keep a restaurant Med kill themselves by the careless use of firearms yet we do not exact security of everyman who keeps or gun We make it unlawful for nineI tenths of our people to sell liquor as we have no right to do if liquor wero not a bad thinjj and then we license the other portion to sell it as if it were a The best step towards the enforcement of anti- liquor laws is to make them constant and logical We can never stop the unlicensed sale of liquor while we license its bale by some for there is no moral principle behind such restric tion can what grogshops are unlicensed And who very much cares But let the law make all liquor selling illegal and then we know just who the offenders are Editonal in New York Tribune April 26 1853 Correspondence Madison County PoytoutotvnrMrs Geo Berea was the guest of Mrs Sam Tovis la Sunday Robt Martin of Falmouth visited his mother last Saturday Chas Burnam Sr is still sick The exercises on Childrens Day were very interesting tho children acquitting themselves wellA number of friends from here attended the rally at Kirksrille Sunday Miss Bottle Simpson of Day istown is visiting her sister Mrs Charlie Burnam Joshua West of Missouri is here visiting hi brother Sam WestMrs Howard Blythe is sick Wolfe County Onmpton At a convention held at Hazel Green by the Democrats of the 34th Senatorial District on June 5 Hon A H Stamper of Campton was nominated for Senator of that district The election will be held i NovemberThere will be a Sunday school Convention near the residence Howard Fulks on Hirams Brunch June 28 The State Secretary Is ex presentChildrenDay a success and well attended in spite Mrsfes Pearlia Gozney will attend the Christian Endeavor Union at Cincinnati 0 July 611 as delegates from Bethel Cong Church If you want to come to Berea to school the CITIZEN will help you Write at once to Rev John Dodwell Berea Ky and he will tell you how to secure the helpIJackson County Kirby Knob Sidney Combs visited this place Saturday and SundayMrs W N Click of Mulberry Gap Tonn who is visiting relatives hero has been with Mrs D C Sparks at Drip Rock this weokThe frequent showers ofrain are keeping farmers behind in theilwork Leonard and Lydia Hatfield returned to Berea this week after havI ing visited relatives heroA new Sundayschool is organized at Clover Bottom Baptist ChurchJ W Cope was at this place last week Misses Sarah and Bessie Powell were the guest of the Misses HatfieldsMr Geo Gentry was here SundayThen- ew Sundayschool White Springs- is progressing nicely under the superintendence of Miss Laura Lane Owsley County Gabbard The warm sunshine and showers we are having are very refreshing to cropsH C Gabbard went to South Fork Thursday on business Jas W Baker is very low with fever Grant Gabbard is not improving It seems to be fever that he hasMiss Delora Cole visitedrela tives on Cow Creek SundayAlfred- Bolin visited his brother Findley on Simons Creek Saturday and Sun day Pleasant Gabbard who has been so long with the fever is out iGibsonfarm here last weekStewart Moyers and his son Tom were here one day last week on businessMrs Jane States of Wolf Creek visited her mother Mrs Margaret Moore lost Saturday and Sunday Willie Gib son of Eversole passed through hero Saturday on his way to Buffalo No More Vermin and its Attending Evils 6Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and- animals of lice nits mites and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Chicago College Dental Surgery OetUI DtaartaMt el Lake UalrmHr Twentieth Annual Course to fathe oldest and li one of the leading Dental- College of the world An announcement This Foot nan Tram has held the Inter DR TIIUMAN W IIOIIH y I pail of Dental CGdleage t7up during the Wood i Herrlon StCh DeanI rt W 0 Gabbard and Qeo Baker took some cattle to Buffalo Tuesday to turn out on the range Miss Dora Moore and Meredith Oabbnrd visited friends on Meadow Creek Saturday and Sunday Marion Bailey had a new supply of goods brought in this stweekProt Dalrymplo anti wife of Boonovillo visited Mr and Mrs R W Winter Sunday Uuclo Col son Duff and sou William went to Perry Co Wednesday Uncle Col sou is now SG years ofago and ca ride horseback as far in a day as most people can at 60Tohn M and Wm Helton are tho noted rail splitters of today having split and put up over COO panels of fence this winters and spring I can tell you how you can earn enough money during vacation to pay all your expenses for tho Fall Winter or Spring Term at Berea College Write now to John Dodwoll Citizen Oflice Boron Ky Rockcastle County aUockfordOn Saturday morning while work at the NIger in Blazers saw mill Tom Gadd toot with a painful acci dent the thumb of his loft hand be ing badly mangled and had to be amputated LivingstonI Mrs Georgia Coddingtoti of Berea has been visiting her friend Miss Laura Jonas of this placo Missj Shelton of Stanford is tho guest o Mr and Mrs Carl Moore Tho firm- of Jones Smith hits reopened and is doing business at the oldstandCaspcr Williams of Mt Vernnn is in our midstMr Harry Blazer and wife of Scaffold Cane have been visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Jones of this placo Rev J Ewers of Mt Vernon preachedat the Christian Church las Sunday from the text What hast thou in thine haudTbo friendly faces candidates for county offices may bo seen on every corner now andevery man looks happy after a talkwith them The Livingston school trustees had a business meet ug Saturday night and decided to employ Mr Mat Ballard for princi pal Mrs Laura Jones for tho inter mediate department and Miss Bottle Mulling ono of Livingstons fairest daughters as primary teacher Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion end our rls should keep up Collegeisbringeducation homesWe cah pay for wellwoven llnon 40 cents a yard jeans 6O cents llnsey 50 cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted profartedFor information address JOSEPHINE ExchangeBerea u THE HOME The Rind of Coverlet that lleren Cole ge Will any I have boon trying for nearly two years to make a market for oldfash iouod indigo blue coverlets or cover lids as they are commonly called 1 have had some success in this attempt but I am sure that this market can not bo extended unless the quality of this coverlets is improved Its a great mistake to think then t any kind of workwill sell It will not sell unless it is carefully nn faithfully done If people buy the coverlets they buy them because they are beautifully spun from tho best wool beautifully and evenly dyed anti beautifully woven That is the work must bo skilfully and honestly done anti with the belt materials that can bo obtained Tho cotton chain must not bo too lion Tho best that can bo found not too good It should bo soft and pliable when the fabric is woven The yarn must be handspun and not too fine it must be coarse enough to make the coverlet heavy in weight Some people will say Why not use factoryspun yarn they will never kuow the difference That is a groat mistake If you cheat iu the way you will loose tho chance to sell coverlets at all Tho dyeing must be thoroughly done Uso plenty of the boat indigo and scour out the yarn until the color docs not rub off when the yarn is handled All the yarn in a coverlet must bo of exactly the same color a bluefbut you must remember that no one wants to buy such coverlets Tho pattern chosen should not bo too large The favorite patterns are the Pine Blooms and tho Chariot Wheel They contain a pleasing combination of straight and curved lines in tho design Very few people entirelyt of r is eyeTho fully a yard wide the wider the better Put in tho draft so that you will have tho edhOThenyou fold across tho breadth in the middle of tho length of this pattern coverlet will hit in tho seam orsolvageshouldhoi be sowed overhand Tho weaving must be beaten in eventso that one breadth will not bo fuller than the other when tho scam is madeIMistakes in following tho draft will olio our coverlet so also willI U baulks or errors of any kind in weaving The coverlet must be fully two and onehalf yards long Timers is a tietmand for two and three quarters three yards long also- I have hud a great many offers of coverlets from different weavers for tho coming year 1 have now on hand nearly as many as I sold lasttyear anti as I said before it Is Bible to sell coverlets unless they aro well made I can not make any promise to buy from weaver un 8s brings a fine article one that is firstclass in ovary respect I often have defective coverlets brought for sale and when I point out the the weaver seems to think that beIcause she can explain how the defectswas caused it to sell IIworkldwore unfavorable can not be takonI into consideration when tho cash value of coverlet is reckoned So too dishonest work or methods persistedinhomespunThe may if righty followed be a groat source of income for tho women of the Ken tucky mountains It means a w great deal of hard work and patience and persistence but it will pay if well and diligently followed And it is because of my interest in the industry- as i a help to my sisters in the mountains that I have tried to explain so carefully exactly what their work successful JOSEPHINE A ROIIINSON BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over JIO Teachers 8OO Students from 2O States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies QNornml Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gUt Students pay a small incidental fee moot expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay or board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2100 about 14 to be paid in advance is The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method iota Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the SecretaryiW C GAMBLE B rea MadlMB Ce Ky THE SCHOOL IMItrtl by WDInsmore Dean ol the Normal Department Berc College THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR THE SUMMER Trustee Teacher and Parent Tho greatest thing America has t boast of is its public schools Our people are bettor than the Spaniards both in peace and war because the have a bettor education Kentucky does not do as much in in the way of education aa most stated of tho Union and in some parts of Kentucky the people are not gettin the benefit they ought to get eve from the schools which are now provided We1 are now approaching the time of year when tho schools willopen Early in July tho schoolhouses be opened and the Commonwealth of Kentucky will pay for instruction fo all the children but it depends upon the school trustees the teachers and the parents how much good titi children will got from this great out lay and this great opportunity Some schools are attended by Hoar ly all tho children in tho district Bud during the five months they receive groat impulse toward ovorythia- t good In other places tho money which Kentucky sends into tho dill trict is virtually wasted only a few children attend and they do little good during school hours Now what makes the difference 1Vh fault will it be if your district dOOI get the benefit it ought to havo iron the money which Kentucky goin to spend for its children In the first place the responsibility rests ilpon the school trustees Tho are appointed as the guardians of the children of thlr district It in that business to hero the schoolhouno i good condition to have limo parents duly notified when school will begin and above all to find tho heel teacher We know of some trustees who havo seemed to be wholly neglectful of their duties and worse than that wo know school trustees who try to make money for themsolver out of the din trict This is a wrong to tho child puniRhJbysorry teacher who will pay them money for getting tho school Somo times they will give the school to relative of their own or toll n teacher that he can havo tho school if ho will board at the trustees house and pay a largo price Sometimes when the school pea been promised to a teacher some one olso will cotno alon and lilts ono of tho trustees to resign so without breaking a promise openly the school can be given to another It is a great temptation no doubt many of the trustees to do those but on the other hand they should remember that they are tho guardians of the children It is their to find a bright teacher ono who has stirred about in tho world can bring some new ideas into he district ono who has spent money in getting an education and fitting himself to teach and one who can not afford to pay a bribe to the trustees for gettingthe schoolIo spe at other times on the duties of teachers end parents and then bare a word for the boys girls themselves but just now responsibility devolves upon the- chool trustees and the district ox every man to be honest in tho discharge of his dutyIt Public office a public trust Tho department of euerinten dence of this National Educational Association failed to class alcohol with the food list The vote was decisive WANTEDcapable reliable person In every oounllo large company of Sean cld reputation salary per year payable tJ per day atMOluteljr Hire end all cxptn aca utralght txinando If finite aalarjr no com mission salary paid each ttaturdar and eipcnte more adraiicvd tech HTANOAKI HOUHK33I ST IICAOOJ BO YEARS EXPERIENCE THADC MARK DcaiaNt rT 1 COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a aketrh and deer1ntlnn our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably pate Communlea- llom strlctlyoonadml W Udboot on latenta ptlentIalauutptetat notttt without Chili In the Scientific Rllltrkal 2handsomely Illustrated weekly Tamil clheutatlon of any adentlfle Journal Term Maye nwsdealaniJr THE FARM I Edited by 8 C MIBON ProlrMor ol Itorll culture Bcroa College ROAD CONSTRUCTION Irlnclplfi of Cimitrurtlnii and Malnten mice of Country Itoaili 0E9TARL19111N0 TilE HADE For ordinary country roads the road bal will generally conform with overypasses should if possible always be avoided either by turning to one side or by grading and filling stoopabetter advantage than to plume around them but when tho hill is both long and high then it may be heel to re obliquelyIiROTORS TO 1IG CONDIDEIIGl IN EHTAD LISIIINO TIU stuns insetiparticularIJbe permitted to have If tho road for time main travel is generally excellent and level with a good deal of traffic over it then it is important to keep tho grade as low as practicable Where iegonarnllyrolliugsothatg any event hues a gratis it will not be as important to cut other hills down aa much as a moro level country could warrant portionsce0are teaming is done tho more important it is to re bergo over any hill readily which can be theyto itself Tho groat Importance of undeflltoodIsteepest grads admissible on an average macadam road in 10G por teat and on n dirt road in good condition 16 per cent But aa thto grades will tax tho team to its stalest the hills should not be permitted to rise if practicable fluster than 4 feet iu 100 foot for tho ordinary macadam and roadIIIrootllOutlition In thinly settled sections people Inset bo content to improve lima roadii gradually but if tho sail finally to bo IN kept in mind all lima time it will usually bo possible to make- each years work count an permanent improvement and avoid tearing down 0110 year tho work of tho yearn pro ceeding ROAD DRAINAOK bothgpOrml111cntIand firm completely with water anti andIany soft thatheavy oneIroadInage requires attention Where tho surface is more or lass rolling ante materisleground does not occur within ton or twelve feet of the surface underdrato ago will not be but when ever the adjacent fields would be improved by drainage wherever tho ground is and wherever time groundwater at season of tho year rises to within three or four foot of the surface there tho roadbed inDralnagoTo be continued n u BUY THE NESEWING I not be deceived by times who ad vcrtlro a 10000 Machine for ThUklndofamachlnocanbe dealers from f1600 totfI800 we MAC A VAHirrv THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Time Feel determines tho strength or weak liens of Sowing Double combined with other strong points makes tho New lleroa tho SewIng Machine to bu- ylleforCIRCOLARSSSS we IlUUlu luroaD price before purchasing THE NEW HOME 2EWINC laSHINE ONANOC MAee Union I N Y Chicago III Atlanta da HIIoullo Da1UMToxHnn FrancUoo Oil roe SALE BV SISCO a CO Ricliolasvllle Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Ave and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1815 and the 50th Annual Session begins requlrt1for r coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modem and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses Clinical instruction are also given Foes are 16100 each Session For in rmltion and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 161 Garfield Place CInoinnati Ohio