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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1RSV JOHN i DO DWELL Independent Weekly I HtrMif HlHft of Editor unit Devoted to the respondent CowTHE CAnInterests of Knttrftt at Ue farinjlet at Utrta Ay tu FARM d SCHOOL ehui tnaUmnlter 50 CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 15 1902 Fifty cents a year NO SO IDEAS If you would reap you must labor If you aro looking for faults you are blind to merit If you have tiover boon censured you have never deserved praise If your Ideal of Christ Is higher thou miuo your life will bo letter than mine Controversy equalizes fools and wise men and fools know It HOIMKS TAKE NOTICE Rev Harding R Hogan will proncli at Narks SchoolhoiiBO next Sunday a 10 a in and at Kirby Knob Sunday Jut at 11 a rn- A service will bo hold at Narrow 61oclockgive a lecture on liThe Life of Christ illustrated by the magic lantern Prof Lodwick and the male quartette will lead the song service Revival meetings conducted b Rev J 0 Buswoll of Wisconsin will commence at the Chapel next Saturday evening at 3 oclock The meetings will continuo ten days There will bo two services daily ride w the Sunday morning services at l oclock In the evening and 7 at night FROM THE WIDE WORLD A revolution IH imminent In Servia The situation d alarming Tho kin in an imbecile the treasury is empt- anti the government Is unable to pa even ita army officers Statistic taken from the new eli lion of the London manual show that the total annual coat of London gov ernment Is about 180000000 which U approximately 18 per head of the Kleigol prefect of police SU Petersburg Russia has bad notices posted ordering instant olxnlN PUCO to any orders by the police on pain of threw mouths imprisonment or a tine of MX rubles K7f The now yacht of tho German Emperor to bo christened by Miss Alice illooflovolt may bo launched Feb 20 Prince Henry of Prussia a brother of the Emperor will bo pros out at the ceremony as a ropiesonla tivo of Emperor William II OUR OWN COUNTRY The poatolfico at Short Hills N Y was robbed Saturday for tho sixth time In M many years Richard Crokor retired from tho leadership of Tammany Hall last Thursday and Lewis Nixon was chosen In his stead Lieutenant J W Starko or Co Dt Oth Virgiana Regiment wan arrested Saturday charged with writing an in nulling letter to President Roosevelt Secretary Root in strongly opposed to commercial reciprocity between tho United Statue and tho Philippines on tho general ground that any such ar raugomont would be destructive of tho open door policy of this govern mont in the EastC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Incendiaries burned the Colored Methodist parsonage at Riwsellvillo last week In the Republican caucus at Frank fort Senator Duboo received the nom ination for United Senator Tho Chesapeake and Ohio R R Company last Friday purchased fifty foot off tho roar of Wilsons livery stable in Lexington for 20000 Alexander McClintock of Lexing ton father of Prof McCliutock of the University of Chicago dropped dead of heart failure last Friday at homeNear Junction City last Friday while boring o test well for oila strong flow of sulphursaline water was struck at a depth of 1500 toot This is considered favorable indica tion for oil in large quantities- On Thursday night Jan D lion Jus B McCroary of Madison coun ty accepted tho nomination of tho Democratic party to succeed William J Deboe In the Senate of tho United States He received the nomination by a vote of 02 to 87 over Circuit Judge James E Cautrill THE SHOP h HOUSEBUILDING It is boat to build tho Hues of a house down to below tho frost line with a largo rock for a foundation but they rant bo built from a strong lyframed shelf coming down into tho room far enough to allow the pipe to enter about two foot below tho ceiling the flue should run about root above tho roof to carry awry sparks Pieces of tin ought to bo fitted into the joints of tho chimney and tho shingles for flashings to prevent tho roof from leaking Cutting the windows and doors may be left until the roof is advisabletto do BO as work of that kind can bo done on rainy days The partitions stairs etc may bo saved for rainy weather Tho porch should be start ed after the root Is finished Raise tho sills alwvo tho ground so that tho moisture will not cause them to decay Whore tho roof of the porch joins the house there should ho pieces of tin flashying should bo Tho rafters of the porch may be cut by tho same moth od as was used in cutting the common rafters of tho main house The joints may then be stripped by tho Ixg in pieces using 4 penny nails After all has boon dope outside that can be done the inside should bo finished Now lay tho floor boards if of match ed boards they are probably dry enough but if of sawed wards they should not bo over 0 in wide When stackgno as shouldye er being being put from tho joist that is over tho partition between tho sit tingroom and hall to carry tho ends of tho other joists ortail looms thus taking caro that tho header over tho beginning of the lower lad of the flights In tho proper place to give plenty of headroom Tho rise oi any stairs play bo round by tho following method height of tho lower story 8 foot 8 in plus 1 in the thickness of tho second floor equals S toot 0 In or 105 in divided by 14 tho number of rises wanted in this case gives 7 j in ortho riso of tho step Ten inches Is a good width for tho step thus in cutting your 2x8 In stringers tako 10 in on till blade and 7J In on tho tongue of your square and lay out ono stringer at a time and mark the others by it Frame your lauding whore tho stairs turn thus There will bo good room for a closot under the stairs if desired To find tho beginning and ending of tho stairs measure tho width of the treads above ayd below the landing horizontally f treads above and 7 below will bo about right remembering that tho upper tread is the floor and therefore wo figure 14 risers and 13 treads In laying a rough floor strips should bo nailed on tho joists under tho joints of tho floor boards to prevent dirt and air from having free passage After tho partitions aro set and doors and windows hung tho house is ready for occupancy If the house is built ac cording to the foregoing instructions it will bo wellworth siding and finish ing outside and plastering inaide The louse will last much longer if fe is painted I hope at acne future time to describe tho construction of various articles of ftirnituroConcluded Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach LIv or and Dowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 25o at all drug stores REV J 0 BUSWELL Rev J O liiiBwcll who will con duct revival services at the College Chapel commencing next Saturday at 3 p m Bud continuing to the 28tk lust is Superintendent The Northland Bethany Missionary Association a corporation having for its object tho evangelization of Northern Wisconsin Michigan and Minnesota where there aro from 100000 to 150000 men in lumber camps besides the largo num her of workers in the mining villages of that region Any ono who has road Black Rock or liTho Man from Glengarry by Ralph Conor himself a missionary among such scenes nut l to the same class of men can get a good idea of tho great need for earnest mission work in camp and mine far romoved from all civilizing or Christian influence Mr Buswoll has proven himself einmiuently fitted for this special work and wo may expect earnest cogent truth tempered by n great love for human souls in his presentation of thu Gospel of Christ Make your arrangements to hear this man of God and take part in every meeting if at all possible LYCEUM LECTURE On Saturday night a very fair nudi once gathered at tho Chapel to hear Dr J L Parsons of Indianapolis Ind deliver his lecture entitled The New Thought Tho tendency orlitho new thought according to Dr Parsons is to put time body orphysical lifo iU subjection to tho spiritual or eternal life so that instead of being so anxious aboul tho affairs of everyday lifo we will bo moro concerned about tho development of tho soul Dr Parsons gave us many really good thoughts full of suggestions nod cal culated to do us good but to tho writer there wm something important missing It is truo that if wo habitu ally think good thoughts wo will bo good but tho trouble with tho major portion of mankind is wo lack tho ability to think good thoughts because our hearts are hadoud tho doctor quoted as a man thinkoth in his heart so is ho Before a man can think good or pure thoughts ho must have a pure heart and there Is but ono nlacftbero this pure heart can h08lCurcdhiiil that is at the oaf mi8sinl1thought tho body is deal because of sinjbut tho Spirit is lifo because of righteous nessIUmana R lo- OBITUARY Willio Creel Lusk of London Ky a former student at Bares died Fri day Jan 10 at St Josephs Hospi tal Lexington aged 23 years Tho immediate cause of death was trau matic inflammation of the brain re suIting from an injury received several years ago by n fall front a horso in Boron Willie was a bright young man of good habits and much re pee ted Tho burial was at London OH Saturday evening i liThe most economical food is that which is both most healthful and cheapest A FlrrinntiiirioKiiCiill III stuck to my pngino although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes 0 W Boll amy a locomotive fireman of Bur lington IowaIII was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to giro up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my lifo Weak sickly run dowu people always gain new lire strength and vigor from their use Try thorn For sale at all drugstores Price fro cents n 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE t iDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anrone sending a ketch and ItiTenllnn atrerlalii U nnr potntablee 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10 Good Reliable Suits 8 Patterns and styles to suit every taste and sizes to fit every form tho tall tho short tho fat tho leanand tailor ready to improve tho fit when necessary aCOJINGTON BANKS KyeDRM E JONES 1 Dentist MillineryYOffice DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh pleats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky Special Notice In Our Readers This paiKr on file at the oaks of The Chi Qarngo Inter Ocean 1001011101 Monroe Street t hIm where our render will be ronrteonsly erected who may rare to rail upon The later ocean for a tour of inspection and klghtwciiig through itntnaxnllicetit liulldlnir In which can be found err nwhnnloal Anil wlcntlflo 1m prowmeni ol the nice lit connection with the treatdmet advantage of ABO1E AND 1IKLOW a I YearsIin RichmondAnd sets of tooth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make atnew sot free Wo are making t best sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if delects show in ive years wo give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov erument Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students Fair Dealing Pays And that is QUO reason our business is increasing Wo sell you in a Way to bring us your Ftitnre Trade and that of your friends For The Holidays Now Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining anti Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homo comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 1idght Phone 7t6 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky umnupn uu m d HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESSyEver brought to Beroa Collar pads formerly sold for 40e our prico Zinc 12v else in nroportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky i r W THIS SPe1C1 hl llllfD FOR DOUGLAS giil1 ItII HI 1I JQNlJi h1 CITIZENF I DRINK IN GERMANY INCREASE IN ALCOHOLISM CAUSES GREAT ALARM THERE Hinted That YOIIIIK nnd Old Alike Are No v TurnliiK to Hnm Slnrlllntc UenultK of un nauilnutlou In u toy a sebum The Society Ior the Supervision of Alcoholism has lately held a meeting at Breslau at which some disquieting statements were mode by the upon kern on tin subject of the consumption ot alcohol III merman says the Berlin cor respondent of the London News The question affects nil classes from the lowest to the highest The poor drink gin and brandy and those above them arc no less addicted to the drink Imblt In other forms With the students drinking bus gradually become a regu tar sport and the attitude among them toward It Is fairly Hummed up In the song that halls the man who drinks most as king This being so one can not help feeling that a step In the right direction Is being made when the professors of the University of Brecon Issue an appeal to the students to ab stain from too much drink which they declare brings ruin to body and soul At the meeting itself the chairman of the Sllcslau society In the course of a long speech sold The time will come when the con sumption of alcohol will be regarded as something uncivilized Tim tight against It Is a truly Christian work The German empire spends ir0000 000 a year on drink and only 000000 000 on food The consumption per head of the population Is about ten quarts of pure alcohol or thirty quarts of sin per year or say live glasses of gin a day tor every German man woman or child How much then falls to the man who drinks his full quan tityHow little tile people care about the dangers of alcohol Is seen by the state of things In upper Silesia Among the working classes there when a child cries u sponge soaked with gin is stuck Into Its mouth In this way the popu lation are nccustomed to drink from fancy The suppression of alcohol would mean the solution of the social question and deal n heavy blow to tu berculosis The speaker went on to remark that the campaign against drink was un successful because In Germany as In England Indeed people are financially Interested In It The state Itself dented tremendous revenues from methyl ated spirit and beer Germany more over had Introduced alcohol Into her colonies Was It not dreadful that one third of her imports Into Togolaud and oneseventh of those Into German East Africa consisted of alcohol drink The military authorities had for a long time been endeavoring to put a stop to drlnklug the speaker added The late Emperor William as long ago as ISIKi gave orders that the soldiers were to have coffee supplied to them Instead of brandy and on recruits be- Ing enrolled and reservists dismissed the sale of drink at the stations was strictly prohibited Generals Count von llaseler and Von Llndequlst had strictly prohibited the sale of brandy In all the canteens In Loralne and Hesse Nassau Moltke was a strict teetotaler and was one of the first members of the society In the thirty soldiers homes and in the similar Institutions for sailors no alcoholic drinks were served If officers gave their men a good example drunkenness would Ills appear from the German army At the recent maneuvers large quantities of tea were served to the troops and the consumption of aerated waters was In ci easing In both army and navy being manufactured on board his majestys aships Ou the Vlneta In one year 74 000 bottles of such water had been madeGreat amusement was caused when the speaker quoted the reply of the war department of Bavaria to a question addressed to It on the subject of lens ures taken to remedy the drink evil among the Bavarian troops Beer Is drunk by the gallon In Bavaria but the war office was able to reply that In the Bavarian army no abuse of alcohol ex isted and therefore no measures were necessary suet as those In question Out of rl scholars examined In a large school lu Lelpalc only 134 were Innocent of time tasti alcohol Of 42 whoso ages averaged seven years 14 confessed to Imvlrfft been drunk 24 to habitually tasting brandy and 17 to dally drinking No less than 12000 persons are annu ally treated for delirium tremens and onefourth of the entire number of cases of lunacy In Germany are direct ly traceable to alcoholic liquor Alcohol In the Unman System The Medical Record Is of the opinion that while recent experiments have shown that alcohol Is easily and abun dandy oxldlzable In the human body this fact does not entitle It to rank as a food and still less can this supposi thou be entertained If It at the same time causes decomposition and destruc tion of living protoplasm That alcohol does this raunot be doubted In our present knowledge of metabolic proc esses null this granted it may be con tended that a substance capable of de stroying body tissue cannot at the same time serve to build up and replace the parts destroyed Whet Canadian Are Drinking The drink habits of Canadians aro gradually changing resulting In an increased consumption of beer and a de creased drinking of wino and liquors During tho past fiscal year Canadians consumed 4737 gallons of beer per head us against 2200 gallons in 1809 Since confederation the per capita con sumption of beer has therefore more than doubled This has ben accompa nied by a considerable decrease In the drinking of liquor RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Olvtinrd From the Tcndilng of All Denomination There but one Jesus Ho Is alone with us as was Luke with St 1nu llcv Stephen toms Roman Catholic San Francisco Inciter lied ia Criminal I do not see why laws cannot be made to punish those who Incite others to crime lr Henry Van Dyke Presbyterian Princeton J Intillo Men There are some men who bring blew Ish upon party but the vast majority of our public men are clean niul pure Ilev Dr Hnmlln Presbyterian Wash ington Chrlstlnn Xntloim Jreulont It Is no accident that the nations most reputed for evangelical Christian- Ity are the mightiest nations of the world todayItev C Woelfkln Hap tlst Brooklyn Religious Comfort For the Old God delivers the old tnuti from loneliness and Is always with him tilling him with pence and Impplucss Last of nil he delivers hint from the fear of death Hev Lncieu Clark Methodist Washington Gods Merciful Intrrfrrriirr The great Interferences of God In the affairs of this world are not made through wrath but through mercy Ills mightiest Interference was nt Cal varyDr William J Tucker resident Dartmouth College Ciooil Manner Good manners menu purity charity self respect nnd respect for others un selfishness consideration sincerity sympathy and n reverence for God and for man as made In the Imagf of God Bishop Doane Episcopal Albany Prayer and Holiness lie who does not pray can never be holy By prayer we hold communion with God and this communion makes us like God The more we pray the more do we become like GOIllIe It Holderby Presbyterian Atlanta Stony Ground hearers Stony ground hearers are now nu morons as ever nnd preaching falls of ten to produce the desired effect be cause It is smothered by the cares of the world Dr Isaac Newton Kendall Methodist President Lincoln University Cancer ot AnnrcliUm This Is on age of surgery I trust that our legislators will take tho knife with ti steady hand and cut this cnncer out of the body politic We want no half stay work It should lie cut out till not n root Is leftitev1 D linn kin United Presbyterian Denver Dynamic Power of Christ baitChristianity Is the power that hns moved society since Jesus time on earth It Is the dynamic force of nations and has unfolded to men their In dividual hopes for liberty for Justice for happiness Hev II M G Huff Episcopalian Secretary Diocese of Pennsylvania Hat One Source of Light There Is but one source of light The tallow dip the pine torch the gas Jet and the arc light are nothing but the rays of the sun burled and resurrected All the spiritual light that brightens the pathway of life comes from time Sun of ItIghteousness Ilev Bruce Brown Christian Church Denver A JVetr Reformation It Is a new reformation through which we are passing a reformation or refashioning of the old theology not a new reformation much less n mere destruction It Is a movement repeat Ing on a large scale the reformation In the sixteenth century Ilev IL Heber Newton Episcopalian New York Three Witnesses of God In establishing the kingdom of heaven among men and the outpouring upon them the spirit of truth God saw fit to establish for the cultivation of their lives three witnesses namely the church the Scriptures and reason Rev II M G Huff Secretary ProteSt tant Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylva Ala The Fruit of the Spirit The fruit of the Spirit Is peace not the peace which comes of lying In time shade of life and chewing the cud of animal satisfaction but peace through our Lord Jesus Christ peace with God peace with our best selves peace with our neighbors and peace with our sur roundings Hev Dr W S Fulton Presbyterian Plttsburg- Wlihei and Purposes The origin of n wish Is passing sent meat of a purpose conviction A wish begets no practical activity a purpose Is utterly Incompatible with Indolence A wish at the utmost may expand In to a day dream or build some castles In the air A noble purpose Is usually linked with a bright substantial hope Rev Dr Robert Hunter Presbyterian PhiladelphiaMan and Truth Man docs not make truth he discov ers It Before he came It was and It will be after be has gone away He cnn neither add to nor take from the realities of the world Secure In the nature of things the eternal affirma tions abide unmoved by the storm and tempest of human doubt unchanged by the dreamy calm of fate Hev Dr J E Roberts Kansas City- Theology We have had au unscientific theology and by reaction nn Irreligious science We may have scientific theology and thus a religious science Theology Is shedding Its skin and preparing to grow a new body a natural theology Theology Is not lopger regarded as an exact science of the divine mysteries authoritative and finial Gods word to mans but as a most Inexact science Inexact necessarily In the grossly Imperfect state of mans knowledge full of errors and limitations of human speculation mans thought concern ing God This Is an emancipation In Itself Rev Dr R Hebcr Newton Episcopalian New York THE SUNDAYSCHOOL LESSON III FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 19 Text of the Irnrum Acli II 3717 Memory Verses i7ttt iuldrti TetQ Area II 47 Coinmriilnrx 1rrpnrril by tlrv II SI Nlrnrim Copyright tjr Arnrrlctn Pnu Anoditlon 37 Men amid brethren what shall wei dot This was the cry of those who having heard the gospel preached by IV ter were by the Spirit convinced of their tin the sin ot rejecting Christ Campurv the cry of Saul and of the jnller iu clasp tens iv 0 xvi 150 when they lea were convinced of sin This is the work of the Holy Spirit ns the liinl Jesus snld When lie Is come will rtnivlncu time world of sin btniUKc they believe not ou Me John xvi 8 0 Peter In the pow er of the Spirit or the Spirit through Peter hUll preached Christ from Joel ls xvi und cx It might be said that by gave a Bible reading from or an exposi Lion of these passages from the Old rests meat 38 There was only one thine for them to do and that was to twelve Him whom they had rejected and confess it by bciiiK baptized iu Ills name and they would thus receive the forgiveness of aius aud the gift of the Holy Spirit They hull thought that Jesus of Nazareth wax an impostor and a deceiver but they must change their mind about Him that U re pentance and receive and honor Him as Israels Messiah time Christ of God the only Saviour of sinner See how liter by the Spirit makes prominent the remis lion of KIIS us Jesus hud commanded In Luke xxlv 17 The gospel that does nut proclaim the forgiveness of sins is not the gospel of God concerning Jesus Christ but another gospel concerning which Paul says Ixt time preacher be necuwed Gal i 8 0 II Cor xi 4 80 Our Iord had said Hint that con cth unto Me 1viii In nowise cast out John vl 37 and He hull prayed for the soldiers who nailed Him to the cross Tnther forgive theta fur they know not what they do and He had said to the penitent thief Today shall thou be with Me In paradise Luke xxlll 3143 So Peter encouraged these whom lie had ac cused of killing Christ Irene 2tl to turn to Him that they night obtain hum for giveness The call Is to every one however tar off nnd dead III sin to come for Christ JIKIIS came into the world to save claimers and41 who oercr belicveth In Him shall taut be ashamed tl Tim 11 Item Ix 33 x Ill 40 As the Spirit gave him utterance he set before them the grace of Gal In Christ Jesus urging them to come out from the unbelieving and show themselves for Christ He did not expect that nil who heard would believe for be had been taught by the lord Jesus that while fcome seed would fall on good ground some would also fall on time hard beaten ground some on rocky and some on thorny soil 4L Three thousand or about that num her received Christ by receiving time truth concerning or by believing the testimony that Peter gave of JeMi Christ as the promised Messiah who by the sacrifice of Himself modi atonement for sin who having by Himlf purged our sins sat down ou the right baud of the Majesty on high Heb 31 and sent the Holy Spirit who now brought these truths bourn to their hearts Faith comelh by hearing the word of Hull not by any enticing words of ninuo wisdom IlIalix 17 I Cor 17 ii 4 and as the word of God Is declared the spirit of God works Un less God works nothing is accomplished fqr even Christ could do nothing of Him self John v 30 Till 4J 43 Thus great ingathering was no doubt one of the greater works of which Christ had spoken John xiv 12 anti they proved their sincerity by con tinuing steadfastly the doctrine in fel lowship and iu prayer John vlil 31 Thin was a genuine work of the Holy Spirit a work of God In the name of the Lord Jesus and through one of the weakest of earthen vessels there was nothing of man in It The wonders and signs were time Lord working with them nUll confirming the word with signs following Mark xvi OI The great resurrection chapter concludes with the exhortation to be i steadfast immovable always abounding In the work of the Toni I Cor xv S aud It is our privilege to say with John Truly our tellowshlp Is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ I John i 3 Patient continu once in well doing Itom II 7 is a very good summary of time believers dally life 44 41 And all that believed were together and had all timings common In Ibis first gathering of the redeemed from among the Jews out of all nations verse the Spirit seems to have no fully controlled them that they manifested the spirit of their Lord amid poster In so bow lug each other that they counted nothing their own but wrought and lived that they might have to give to him that need eth Hph iv 28 The leavfii always suggestive of evil Lev xxili 10 17 soon began to work and to appear and all sought their own not the things which arc Jesus Christs And many turned away and loved this present world or taught pre U1ll1ence In the church Instead of honoring Christ as preeminent In all things Phil II 21 II rim 15 iv 10 III Julia Col IS 40 Continuing dally with one accord Whether In the temple or at home there was true fellowship and gladness and singleness of heart They were servants of Christ indeed doing the will of God from time heart acceptable to God and approved of men Eph vl 0 Itom xiv 18 This was not their manner of life one day in time week only but every day by the grace of God They were filled with and constantly manifesting these features of the kingdom righteousness and peace and joy In the Holy Ghost Item xiv 17 and God was glorified iu them before the people 47 Time Lord added to the church dally such as should be saved In the revised version the word church Is omitted In chapters v 14 xl 24 it Is laid that the believers were added to the Lord The church Is the body of Christ which began with these thousands of Jews and is still on Its way toward com pletion taking In all who will come from all nations Time Lord Himself is adding to Himself nil who truly come to Him but tares and wheat will grow together till the harvest and only then shall it bo teen who are the Lords additions und who are mans lIe Himself said Every plant which My Heavenly Father bath not planted shall be rooted up Matt xv 13 May all who read be in deed trees of righttousness the planting of the Lord that He may be glorified Isa Ixv 3 and greatly used by Him to bear much fruit to Ills glory THE SCHOOL THE PURPOSE AND VALUE OF OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS fonllntictl In oldor countries thoro wore two classes tho rulers nod time ruled Tho duty of the first was to command of thosocouil to obey In this coun try wo urn all rulors The toys of today will bo tho voters of tomorrow They will make the laws and execute thorn lotormino the ccouomio policy of the nation as well ns thetocial and domestic questions of the people in short they will inako the nation what ever it is to be Upon their training depends nil of tho success Or failure of tho future Wo have said that our fathers builded better than they know They no doubt had the main purpose full in view but many valuable features which now obtain they could sot for set and indeed in inuiy instances theso same features mire not recognized by tho people of today In conducting tho affairs of their school the local school officers of the village or remote country district come face to face with public duty iu the conscientious performances of which they take an everincreasing pride They acquire an mipolftah per sonal interest in the nations prosper tr because they are participants in the struggle to make it prosptrouB While contributing to a higher nation al life they lire taking valuable lessons raitriotismIIPirit1tbrougb nation reaches to the extremities of tho bodypolitic inculcating lessons of public responsibility and thus connecting the members of tho body to tho great whole We cnn hardly estimate the full value of our Public School System in cementing tho union of tho States Among the pupils thorn is no distinction limit that achieved by person al merit Family pride superiority of social position tho pretenmons of wealth are all dropped at the school distlnltionto the same rulers and are set at the same tasks Under what conditions could tho principles of true manhood bo better inculcated What moro ef ficient engine for tho elevation of human nature can the world show It is in tie public schools that all the qualities that go to makn the ro spouted citizen are developed by loon stant activity while the meaner quali ties are repressed Habita of nest ness nail order null punctuality re spect for sail olwlienco to properly constituted authority RUlIat tho same time a manly selfrespect anti selfreliance which will enable time future citizen to think and act wisely for himself all result from the daily lire of the public schoolroom Being obliged to depend upon his own exertions the boy acquires n ra pacity for taking caro of his own af fairs Tn constant rivalry with his follows ho learns to bear defeat with out being disheartened nUll to achieve victory without boasting He grows strong by measuring his strength with that of his classmates and he rejoices in his strength without dis paragement to others He learns to give direction and aim to his energies and ho works for definite one Above all though our school boy be poor no notice is taken of his poverty He accepts nothing in char ity He is tho ward of the nation nnd be is proud to bo and to time nation bo owes and gives his gratitude and lovo Beyond this he is uplifted by the knowledge that for his own sum xea ho must depend upou his own ef forts and the road is us free and open to him as to the most favored boy in the land Time lessons learned con tinue to influence him in after lifo and when he goes from tho school room to tho wider field of activity it is with a firm step and a determina tion to succeed that characterize the progressive and valuable citizen ofa republicConcluded n A aOOII lllCVOMMKNOATIOX I have noticed that tho sale on Chamberlains Stomach C Liver Tn blots is almost invariably to those who have once used thom says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy I Try thorn when you fool dull after eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth fool bilious have no appetite- or whon troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they af ford For sale by S E WELCH JR f THE HOME SOME ECONOMICAL GOOD REC IPESIHOUII Soup Soak ono cup ol white boars over night iu tho morn ing boil until quite tender then rub through ncolander and add three pints of water Iud ono quart of rich milk two tablespoons of butter three largo potatoes chopped flue season with cut parsley pepper and salt t taste Simmer about half an hour and servo hut UonulorrldJfoSoakoor night n quart of any kind of good beaus such us are used for baking boll them tho next morning iu plenty of water until they begin to break In pieces thou drain amid add thom to any good broth of fresh or salted moat with a few slices of salted pork cut iu lit o Cook sad stir them often until they are broken flue This is a most nutritious soup to keep constantly on hand iu winter when milk is scares it is nex ousve for tho broth ofall salted meaUand boiled dinners ran lo used in preparing it It is more easily digested than baked banns Of this soup it Ivan said iu olden times BURn porridge hot beau porridge LooM bt nn porridge is tho best when nine days old i Cubbn o Soup Cut n small cabbage iu quarters carefully take impart and wash then chop finely About half an hour hoToro dinner add to it two quarts of stock or broth in which meat furs boon tailed let it boil until dinner time when tho cab Image will bo done Servo with toast ed bread Potato Soup Slico six largo po tntivs and boil until tondor mash fine nail rub through colander tat er and all into the soup kettle add two quarts swoot milk When it comes to the boil add to it small squares of touted stale bread or bis cult or crackers Season to taste and servo ho- tUcof Pot lleA good dinner which combine tho needed varieties of foods iu ono dish is a beef or mut ton stew Two ounds of cheap meat neck of mutton shin or round of beef is enough for four to six eople Cut the snout in inch pieces season with salt mind pop or and roll iu lour Put the boliw iu tOM water std heat slowly when boiling put in tho mont already browner in a frying pun with a little hot fat Add ono or two small ouionllllticll1aUII fried iu the fat if liked a half cup of strained to mato given it n nice flavor Simmer an hour thou adla mediumsized carrot nail turnip cleaned and omit ill half inch squares cook till the meat is tender half an hour before serving put in six potatoes already pared quartered null parboiled to draw out their strong juice Taste and season more if liked skim all fat from tho top ton minutes before dinner time put in the dumpling and cook without removing tbo cover Tho Dump lungs ono pint of Hour half teaspoon of salt two teaspoons baking powder sifted together null mixed Into a soft dough with ono cup morn or loss of milkor water Drop from the tip of the spoon into the boiling stew cover closely and in ten minutes take up on a hot platter or place around the platter ou which time stow is srved There Is a vast amount of good food spoiled us well us digestions forever cookingYoutwo or oven throo hours In preparing food fur the midday meal titan not Quick meal dishes mire slow but sure prodlfedtffizinnias to the dentist RUt doctor Twicecooked moats may be economi cal in ouo sense Jut as a matter of fact they uro tin abomination Belter loam to cater know how much you need for a meal preparo taut well and never mind about time loft overs bolter give hem to tho chickens for egg timberEd THE FARM KilllrO by 8 0 In ff or ol Marti culture llerea CollfRe EXTERNAL DISEASES OF THE HOG AND THEIR TREATMENT Discussion 111 CLICK Coopers sheep dip will exterminate lien on nay of our domestic animals I have u trough deepomix a sufhciont quantity of time sheep dip with cold water but have warm in winter take pig by tho legs cold dip him iu hut BO as not to got tho solution in his mouth or eyes Ono application wlil rid tho pig oMIco Every farmer ought to keep this sheep dip ltthnk it will cure mango MR WHITE Do you think it can Iw used as a spray VQ WQLIOK Any way that will destroy tho nits 11cJ BAILEY I have tried tho ox per llllJllt of tho gentleman who has just read tho pnpor I usedn littlefspraying pump sauna as in spraying trees or washing buggies You dont have to catch tho pig Simply spray him It is n great deal choapor- MR Ikusiuxv It was my intention before I wrote this paper to try and give tho people eomo idea of the hog cholera from my point of view it takes in a largo field Tho first thing you will have to learn about hog cholera is that this swinu fever in tho foundation for most all menu hogn arm subject to Thom is u certain line of diseases that if it wore uot for this swine fever would not come Professor Tyndall iu 1881 lIalllhIlt it K ssiblo that some of our common diseases have become virulent disease Will lice kill hogs Hud it so There are mauy other diseases of the blood which I havo found out iu my study on this sub ject For instance I call ouo black cholera I have never read of it be looming virulent In tblft State Still I get from an Irishman that thin this ease killed the hogs in Ireland by able hundreds Thorn aro several diseases that exist that when once started go on and become independent diseases and kill hogs Hog cholera is a cote bill tioll of different diseumyt and if you want to reduce the destruction caused by it 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about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C Lliad Consumption BO bad that the best doctors I not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovoryvand twos wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an uniivalod life savor in Consumption neuom mla La and Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Croupor Whoop- Ing Cough Guaranteed bottles ROc and 100 Trialbottles free at all drugstores Edward Blake College Student t ly Charles X Sheldon A uthnr of In 11 U Rttif loJlromt SlrkThe CnitWrton of Ihttlp Ktmiio Itolxrt llanlui Sttvn JMlO vvrluotIW in U t K A lu JttSvante fuUltMim Ca Qikaqu Etlwanl Hitting up In n corner of tin gallery that night several tIme put Ills faro In his ImiuK lint the entlee inciit of time plify WOH on him In nil Its ullnrliuj iittriiillvoncxH amid the glare and glitter amid brilliancy of It all led hlH Koul on In ways tint lie knew well Miuiigh were ways of evil nnil only evil It wan not much anything din tlnctlvely nut ponltlvolr Indecent or vile that fiiNClnute him In the piny It It hntl beta too Immil nnil too coarse It would have repelled htm It wim time suggestive nntiirc of It that roused his evil pliyxlpnl pnxHloiiM It was the out wnnl display of vice In nil its apparent Intoxication of the senses that was so delicately Hticccniifnl In hiding from him the rent horror underneath It was this that drove him on nud dragged him down IrresUtlbly Outwardly the chains that bound Ida were festooned with smiling flowers lint Urn grim Ktrungth of them was tho strength of dull linnl cruel fetters tho seine that In every age have held captive even far stronger minis than his When he went to Ids room that night he found that mi Invitation to take din ner next tiny with one of the professors hud IKHII dropjHHl lute the letter lox on the door The professor wns ono of the new men who bad just begun a few weeks before tho holidays Kdward did not know Mill well although he had been doing laboratory work under him since his arrival As he went over to the house next day at the time announced hit had a feeling of self reproach venue over him suddenly that hu had neglected rtttla of late He was going out to a Christ was dinner and Freedahe hnd not been to see her for several days Ills shame wns keen as he thought of the reddoii why he had avoided her For several nights he lied really been see lug and Leering things that he very well knew ho would not want her to know With n conscience that really tormented him ho was ushered Into the house where the professor greeted him kindly and took his somber awkward silence for nothing more than the ordi nary embarrassment of a young man unaccustomed to society There were a half dozen students who had been left stranded In the building thrqngh the holidays on whom the professor nud his wife had taken compannlou and for whom they bad evidently exerted themselves to entertain In as bright and cheerful a fashion RII possible Before dinner was announced IMwartl had forgotten Freeda for awhile at least and when he went out with time rest he lied recov ered something of his natural manner Thu professors wife had said some thing to him as ho was seated by her and he had answered just as the com pany luau taken their seats She paus ed a minute smiling at some part of Edwards reply and then rang the bellEdward sat facing the door lending Into the kitchen and as It opened he was startled by the appearance of Freetla Their eyes met and Frecda reddened but Instantly recovered und lu n quiet self composed manner she began the serving of the table You will have some of tho soup Sir The professors wife smiled as she turned toward Edward who sat there In great contusion u great tu mult going on In him frown several Cannes Time professors wife was a happy cartlens young woman who laughingly said sho never could remem ber names anti never tried to Mr Blake said Edward Blake repeated the professors wife smiling Then she caught tho look on Edwards face and her quick glnnco went over to Free In who was standing opposite Blake Why thats the name of Yes maam replied Edward blunt ly Sues my sister I didnt knowIyou seewe have been lucre only a little while and your Jnly applied a few days ago for the place She Its quite a common thing fur the college girls to work out this way Isnt 117 Edwards hostess was trying to make the lest of an embarrassing situation ps slum noted tho evident embarrass Went of the young man Out she mis took the cause of his feeling Ills mind was tossed with conflicting emotions lie had too much sense thanks to his home training to feel ashamed nt the Right of Proeda In time capacity of a servant He had always heed proud of labor and saw no disgrace In may hon set farm of It Hut what was trou bling him now was the thought that for two weeks be bad been squander leg his earnings to Indulge his newborn pnsHlou for the cheap shows of n theater while Frcedn wns voluntarily Mklng up the burden of this new serv ice fn order to relieve the people ou the little farm nt home As tho dinner went on the torture of his sltuntlon grew upon him rntll he- wiultf have been glad If by any moons ho could escapv The food choked him Ho answered with dlttlculty till kind Inquiries of his hostess mid tried to re ply to liur often repeat wl attempts to explain how stupid sin intixt have been opt to hnve known that It WOK his ulster tlmt was Working for her The other students knew Kvcedn lint after time ilrst sight of her they made nothing of the fact as It was not uncommon In Hope college for the girls lo do nJi Free da wns doing limit long as he lives In thin world Edward Blake will remember the event of tint Christmas dinner The professors wife never knew what was the cause of the evident trouble III the awkward boy seated by her She heal ly gave up the attempt to mums or en tertain him DUll directed her efforts t the student on the other side of her And Edward sat through the different courses angry and ashamed and self reproachful Ills slow nod generally unemotional nature when once fairly aroused was a volcano Flue very fact of his stubborn love of exact truth add ed to his of dishonor us he con fronted his recent yielding to a physic al temptation In the attendance on th theater with what he knew he ought to have done Every time Frecda cum- In he lurid n fresh smiting pf conscience with conduct He wanted to see Free da and have n talk with her tumid nt th same time he knew that ho had not yet fought out the battle of his temptation mum was not able to face the calm pure life that he had always loved In her- At last the dinner was over and the company went Into the parlor A storm was beginning outside The snow which had threatened nil the morning carne at lost with n rising wind that promised before night to lvelop Into n gale Edward was so thoroughly disturb ed by his convictions that he Legged to be excused anti stammered sonic awkward apology for going so soon As he went out Into the hall and them opened the outer door Into the storm door Frecda came In from another entrance opening ou the timing room She spoke quietly but with a good deal of feeling Ned I dont want you to go away without speaking to me Are you an gryr Not nt you replied Edward nut ns lie spoke he could not look her In the face as he used to do You are not well Ned Frceda spoke quietly You nre having some trouble Ill tell you some time not now he replied and after a moments hesi tAtiou he abruptly opened the door and went out lie started toward his room but when ho reached the steps of Itaukln lie was if irci ofFrtttlithall he continued on past the building and went out upon time campus Ho crossed It and took n familiar path that ltd down past the clubhouse and then out upon time main street that led to the city Once out there by the big gates of the college grounds he paused agate and then went down Into the city He walked deliberately and as It he were going to keep some previous crgage ment Soon he was In the midst of the street tratllc down lu tho center of the town Oil account of Its being Christ limos Clay the stores were mostly closed but the crowds on tho sidewalks seem ed larger than usual He walked ou steadily until he como to tho front of what had grown to be familiar to him In a very brief timethe arched en trance lending up to the box once of tho principal theater of Ilayuor A great crowd was streaming slowly up toward the floor entrance But Ed word stopped outside anti stated with peculiar earnestness at the two billboards one ou each aide of the door way facing time sidewalk The pictures were such as might bo seen In almost any city where cheap theatrical representations are common They were neither worse nor better than scores of others similar to them which had appeared there regularly for years TUio wonder was of course thnt pictures of that character could appear In any Christian city of this country nail be allowed by Christian people to remain a constant temptation and men ace to time purity of young life It was characteristic of Edwards stubborn nature that once having dew termined on his course he was resolv ed to test his purposes by once more thrusting himself Into the very midst of his temptations as If he would make one final defiance of the worst they could do He mechanically but deliberately went up to the side entrant and bought the cheapest gallery ticket to the matinee that was Bold With this ticket In his hand lie went around to the gallery minor where he had gone so often and stood there a minute Then he quietly walked out upon the sidewalk cud turned his face toward the college tearing the ticket Into pieces as he climbed the hill He was glad It was storming harder The wind lied changed and It came tearing down the hill flinging billows of line snow upward Edward reached the top of the hill and entered the col lege tilde with a feeling of exultation that WIIH partly time result of what he hind just experienced and partly the result of his physical contest with tho storm He went nt once to his room and kin dled his lire which had gore out He then went to his table and wrote a long teller to his mother telling her tho whole Btory of Ids temptation and his final resolve to break with the whole evil Store than once he laid his pen down and rose to pace the floor Ho was entirely alone lu the building Tho majesticoheight numb roared over the hill a per feet anthem of power He went to time window and back again to the table and finally finished the letter and thoughtfully folded It put It lu time en velope nddrcRxcd sealed amid stumped ready for delivery lit Theo feeling still high In him the thnt demanded more action ho outeagain Should he go to Free In He wanted to unburden himself to her apt he would have gone If the had still been In time ladles hall Hut It was backefrom going to see her In her new sur roundings Sad there was nlso even yet n timidity In his thought even of her that mnde him willing to wait a little while So he went on down into the city again carrying his letter with him which he put Into one of the down town boxes where It would be taken lOUt by the carrier that night some time and after looking Into tho shop win down on one of the streets where even yet n few confectionery stores nnd res taurants were open he started back again for his room Hy this time It was past sundown and the storm was at Its height As he came up to the steps of Rankln hall be noticed a light In tho room He sud denly remembered that Willis had said that he might return on Christmas day In order to take port In some private theatricals given by the society men one of the houses of a member who lived In Itnynor I ought to tell him all about It I suppose Edward muttered to himself down at the foot of tho steps And the thought almost upset him again lie was ready to make a clean breast of It to his mother He had already done ro and It mad lifted a load from his heart He was going to tell Frcedn nnd he knew that slue would understand him mud love him none the less Hut his roommate was another person Time two Incidents of the paper route and the football team had undoubtedly giv en Willis a feeling of great respect tor his roommate There was no longrr any doubt In Edwards mind that Wil had a deep and honest esteem far him founded on time thought he had of his moral character If now he should frankly disclose to him the facts con netted with his recent experience what would become of that respect which Edward felt ho prized at this momentI more than anything else ever ngaln have any Influence over Wll lis Would It do any good to say any thing about ItRut then Edward knew that In spite of his efforts to conceal his visits to one of tho lowest of the entertainments two of Willis society friends had recognized him there and might speak of It any time Should he wait for a knowledge of It to come to Willis through others and to give his room mate tho suspicion that nil along he had tried to give an Impression for moral uprightness which bo did not possess After all It was not a trifling matter Edward said to himself as he stood Irresolutely on the steps Ho knew very well thnt he had escaped a deadly peril one of time blackest hells that ewer engulfed a young man and even yet he trembled at the thought of what he had lost of the wrong he had wrought upon his Imngl nation and his memory lie went on up the stairs slowly junking off some of the snow from his oat and entered his room The minute he entered Willis who was trying on a costume of some sort that ho hind evidently just pulled out of line dressing case turned around and said heartily Merry Christmas old maul Old Santa Clans he added as he noted Edwards snow covered form See hero what my mother sent you for a little Christmas present lie reached down Into his dressing case and pullet out a box done up In tissue paper Oh open It man and It wont hurt you Mother was bound to send it Edwnrd fumbled at tho package and finally opened It to discover a watch and chain He silently laid thorn on his table nod looked at them Its nil right exclaimed Willis laughing I told mother about your old turnip that cant keep time any more than a pumpkin pie and she In sisted on my bringing you this It wont be polite at all tor you to refuse Not good form In the society we move In and mother will never forgive you If you dont take It Oh I cracked you up all the tine I wns home Toll mother all about the paw per route business and the football at fair and I tell you she couldnt bo more grateful It I had rooms with a clergyman and a Sunday school super intendent and a policeman all together to keep me going straight and the fact Is ohum continued Willis with a kind look that made Edward groan M be thought of hit put record It does mo good to get back Im oat your sort much but Its a tonic tor me to have you nronml and one of these days wimp you get me converted Ill do you credit What sort of a time have you hall since Ive been gone Must have beep n reUet to you to ret rid of mo awhile I guess lint honest ginger Im awful glad to see you You do me Edward had not until n word yet In tact hu wasnt able to Willis tattled on at such a rate Hut when Willis paused his wide awake good Matured face Ninlllng carelessly toward hlx roommate 1llwolllllnlll In a voice that trembled some Ive gut something to tell you that may change your opinion of salt Willis In surprise He turned amid looked more closely at his chum The storm outside roared stead My over time hall as the two young men both grave now stood facing each oth er CHAPTER Ir- As Edward began to tell Willis the story of those two weeks and the effect of his experience on Ids character WII Us grew more anti more embarrassed and finally he assumed a posture of at tempted Indifference as he stood by the table that did not deceive Edward In the least for even In the suppressed excitement of his confession he could not help noticing that Willis was deep ly moved Just how he Would take the matter was entirely unknown to Edward but he doggedly kept on with his story not attempting to conceal or slur any part of It milking It n disclosure of a real toll In moral conduct such as It actually had been To his great re clef as he neared time end of his confes slon he felt consciously freer and hap pier No matte how Willis might toke It he was not sorry that he had told him It Was a burden off his soul and the future whatever throat might be lay clear before him When he paused Willis who lead not attempted to Interrupt or ask any questions turned abruptly around and walked Into his bedroom He was gone several minutes and Edward took It as- a bad sign Finally he cnme out went up to his table and rather clumsily began arranging n few books that lay in a disordered heap there What did you want to tell me any thing about It CorT at last he said In n tone tlmt Edward Interpreted to mean more or less Irritation on Willis part Edward explained his reasons and Willis evidently understood them He was silent awhile and then said with a short laugh Wonder what mother would think of this Edwnrd shrank ns If from a blow but hejlld not attempt to soy anything After another pause Willis went over to the window and muttered some thug about Its being too stormy to go out to the tbentrlcnU Then he turned around and looked nt Edward strangely Suppose should do n little confess ing our my ld he said In n tone tbnt sounded to Edward almost mocking If not sneering What youve been through Isnt a circumstance Oh pshaw Whats the use of being so awfully sol mn about It Of course dont mlm1 saying Blake that youve upset me some I put you down ns u kind of freshman saint and I was beginning Oh well what difference dues It make I dont see that youve done nnythiiig so awful Why I go to those shows right along and I dont see that HIv hurt my moral character any Cant spoil a rotten apple oh Thats what youre thinking No replied Edward painfully Im not thinking about you Im thinking more about what your mother Ill never tell her Interrupted Wil lis hastily And then ns he saw that Edward did not menu thnt he added Mother always used to take me to tho theater when I was a hwy I dont sup pose we noticed things that seemed a little out of plnce to you Regular the ater goers take certain kinds of conver sation and certain situations for grant ed They dont expect anything else Edward did not reply to this and finally Willis slowly come over to where Edward was standing and delib stately lucid out his hand As he spoke Edward remembered long afterwardIwhen other events came on memory of this scene that his room mate had never before exhibited so much real feeling I dont bllevc Blake that another man In college would have done whntI youve done Im much worse way of actual moral looseness than you ever dreamed of being that I would be a foul to think you had gone down very deep Why youro a regular saint yet compared with me and lots of time other fellows I want to tell you dont think OilY the worse of you tor telling me Id thought n good deal worse of you If youd kept still nUll let some oncclse do the telling You neednt worry about me I understand nilm right Edwnrd never said a word as he shook Willis hand He was still In the valley of huml1lotlonland while ProsI tons statement part of his feeling he still felt too hum hie nndsolier over It all to make any promises for the future or ask his 1Inwas worthy of It The whole affair left both of them more thoughtful There was this tilt fcrcnce Edwnrdsthougutfulueas staid with him ns dnys went by wns apparently the sate careless hOI1 pygolucky fellow next day had always been Only Edward ha11 again seen his deeper life anti knev that It was there lu splto of appear ancesSo wllli the beginning of the new year Edward Blake college student faced new possibilities lie did uot even make any resolutions He simply faced a white page and without del nitely saylag that he would or would s not do certain things he felt hopeful When the afternoon of the next day he had gone to seo Frceda and timid toM her all about It and she hat received It all as he knew she would lie can back to hid room simply saying to him self that he needed to learn a great deal amid that he ought to hnvo enough sense to know what his college educa tion was for lie was not n church member and h had never oiled himself n Christian lie had however always boll veil lu prayer nnd ou that night following his talk with Freedn he pniyml before 1m went to sleep nnd his prayer took the definite form of asking Unit he might lied honest employment enough so that 1reltlll could go haul Into tho tall lie could not iniiUo himself re adze tint It was the right thing for her to be working lice way through It was all right fur a buy but a girl was different TO BE COSTIWDED 1 A Glirnrnr Lmnlmci i W C Williamson of Amherst Va 8UYSuFor more than a year I suffered from lumbago I finally tried Cham berlains Pain Balm and it gavo me entire relief which all other remedies had failed to do Sold by S E WELCH Ji- mNecessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Imoiu who board themselves can peed as much or little tt they choose on living expenses It par to have a little extra moncyibrlcct ares books and other things But the neccwat expense are only an follow To pay the lint day now up IUDIU HALL lULL School Incidental Foe 4 W tl iO Kx Hospital Fee 2S tpenses etc about 2 00 2 00 General Deposit 00 00 Room tableetc 200 2 Fuel IIOYII 2 3 00 Remit of Laundry 60 Joint Monthi Board 5 00 00 Living 17 25 To daring the term Inndry 00nbeginning 2d Ho Hoard 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Hoard 6 00 5 00 immm a 75 I Gcnl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expense 13 weeks 87175 27 75 For those below A Grammar deduct the 12 hr book and SI from Incidents fee making this total only 98175 when four girls room together each saves f on room and U or more on fuel making the total only 2I73 If clawed below A Grammar Fuel Is 50 cents more lu Winter end cents ten In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with slaves etc Can usually be rented for from SIlo fi a term The price of a big cart n little tanbark or a few bomecpnn bedcovers wilt given term of school which will change ouec whole lire for the better mn UKM AUKABIK cURE OF CHULl A Little 111111 Lure Saved I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved my little boys lifo nnd I feel that I cannot praise it enough 1 bought a bottle of it from A E Steero of Goodwin S Dand when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gavo the medicine as directed every ten minutes until ho threw up and then I thought sure ho wee going to choke to death Wo had to pull the phlegm out of hm mouth in great long stringsI am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine my boy would not be on earth todayJoEL DEMOXT Tmvood Iowa For sale by S E WELCH JR LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BKYTKSr iYiIian St LtHIS IPlrlor Cars on Day Trains Sleepers on Night Trains Poe rate and further Information address I LJIRWINoPA LOUISVILLE I LfHECITIZEN You Know That you may not be hero tomorrow If so what would your wife dot Think of it Would she have enough to live on Give your uncertain life a do finite and certain value Take ono of the New Perfection Policies of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky andavoid nil possibility of Misfortune misery and poverty your wife would have to endur should you be taken from her J O HKCK Ip Special Agent State Hank nail Trut Illil- jUlrluuomlKj Iv II 11lITE1t imirlet Agent llrrmt Hanking Company Keren Kjr BUY THE N E SEWING MACHINE Do not bet deceived those who all vcrtiso a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This of a machine cau be bought from us or any of our rein 1500 to J1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength 01 weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong poInts makes the New Home the best Sewing Machine to bu- yMeforCIRCULARSSSJ we manutocture and prices before purchasing THE NEW HOME SEWING HASHING 60 OltANOC MAIS a Union Sq N Y Chicago11L Atlanta Ga- IL LoulsMo DallasTex Han Francisco cIron SALE BY SISCO CO Klcholasfllle Ky THE MARKETS Al EV A Q NORMAN CO ClNCIMXATI Jan 1- 1CATTLECommon250U Butchers365 32Jx 525 II Shippers485 56- 0CALYEsChoico500 I 600 Large Common300 40- 0HoesCommou435 610 Fair good 640 Packing 595S- UEEP Good to 375 lil7ht620i1 Common 815 LAMBS Good to 565 Common 515 WUEAT No 2 Red 92 ConNNo2 mixed New 68 n 69 OATSNo 2 49 50 RYENo 2 70 71 FLOOR Winter patent 390 415 fancy 365 375 II Family3I0 335 MILL FEEH2100 2400 HAYNo1 Timothy 1360 1400 No2 150 1200 II No1 Cloverl05O M 1100 No2 950S 950 POULTRY SpringersperIb 8 Heavy hens 7 oostersII Turkey hens II 8j Spring Turkeys 7 Ducks 9 Eoos Fresh near by 28 I 301 Goose HIDES Wet salted 71 t 81 II No 1 dry salt 9 10 Bull 61 71 Sheepskins 40 50 TALLOW Primo city 6 61 Country 51 ti WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed long 22 23 Tub washed 22 a 23 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 44 gray to 38 42 Duck colored to white 28 j 35 Chicken white nor 711s 18 Turkey body dry 12 16I jf hurktrnArnlca fC8 worldwide fame formuorR ores It surpasses any other tnslotion ointment or balm for Cut Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands ikin ErupI lions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at all drugstores II LOCAL AND PERSONAL II J 0 Coylo is on the sick list Miss Nannie Bales is sick at her home Walter Hill is back from Hamilton OhioMiss Alcott of Covington has eu tered school hero Mr Joseph Davids of Lexington is visiting friends here John W Cope is back from Ohio and will bo in school again Miss Ida Azbill of Louisville is hero on a visit to relatives Dr Poynts and Wm Fish of Paint Lick were in town Saturday W T Mchafley is preparing to erect a dwelling on his new lot Two now store buildings are in course of erection on Depot street Young Mr Caywood who has been at the hospital ill from pneumonia is nearly well Noah May Frank Porter and other popular students are among the recent arrivals Mrs J 0 Fox of Toledo 0 is visiting her daughter Miss Adelaide at Narrow Gap TheClAuburn carried a large group of students to spend Saturday nt the home of Mr Jim Moore Mason Angliu of Clear Creek was in town Friday and took out with him a now buggy and harness Brother Hogan preached in the Christian Church at Vfildie last Sun day and reports a good time J The new Geometry class is starting out well large numbers and great en thusiasm under Prof Carnahan Charlie Parker had his right hand seriously hurt at Sparks Mill Monday necessitating tho amputation of the forefingerMiss who has been for two weeks at the hospital under treatment for neuritis in on the fair road to recovery Miss S E Adams a trained nurse from the Provident Hospital in Chicago visited her sister Mrs Ada Adams Brown in Berea last week All praying people are asked to remember the protracted meetings at the Chapel at 3 and 7 p m beginning Saturday and closing Tuesday Jan 28 The trustees of the colored school district of Berea had better put a curb around the open well on tho school lot A lawsuit for damage to life is not unlikely Drs Cornelius and Lusk were call ed to Lexington on Thursday to seo Willie Lusk who was very illat St Josephs hospital whore ho died Friday at 8 a m Improvements on our streets in various parts of the town are making rapid progress under the picks and shovels of the students The gas lamps in front of the Chapel are much should take the oppor tunity to hear Brother Buswell the evangelist at the Chapel whore he speaks at 3 and 7 p m daily from aturdayJau 18 to Tuesday Jan 28Mr Chas Meininger a prominent manufacturer at Cincinnati 0 visit ed the College Tuesday Mr Meinin ger attended the lecture in the even ing and expressed himself as delighted with what he saw and heard J Carl Fay a graduate of Berea 09 who has been assistant in tho chomical laboratory at Cornell is compelled to go to Shelby N C for his health Ernest W Todd of Berea 97 takes Mr Fays place at Cornell + Last Saturday was the anniversary of the death of John G Fee and President Frost devoted the Chapel period on Monday to an appropriate account of his life and character Next week we will publish a short historicalsketch of Brother Fee Buysome nails and repair your hog pen Vengeance is after strayswine There has been some complaint that there has been discrimination in em pounding stray stock If one mans hogs are taken up another mans hogs allowed at large why vengance will turn from pursuing the swine and pursue tho parties at fault Let there be no fear or favor in this matter The Tuesday lecture of Jan 7 was illustrated by a stereopticon and was ono of the most powerful temperance addresses over hoard in Berea It vas greatly enjoyed by the students The lecture on Jan 14 was a special ono the young women and young men meeting by themselves The young men were addressed by several teachers on the use of tobacco tho proper way of settling points of honor without fighting and on social purity Correspondence Garrard County Mniiplntown Born to Mr and Mrs W Wilcox a fine girl Mr James Hall of this place has purchased small farm near Wallace tou and is expecting to move to it in the spring The infant son of Mr mid Mm Wallace Maxbury dialat their homo on Jan Misses Mattie and Lizzie Lewis were the guests of Mrs L S Miller Saturday and Sunday RevS Blythe of Richmond filled his regular appointment hero last Sundayand Sunday night Wm Maupiu Sr lost two valuable horns last week the disease unknown Rev R D Etnore of this place conducted a funeral service nt the schoolhouso last Tuesday and preach ed a very touching sermon Mrs Bettie Joniggans is very sick Mrs Eliza Miller has been visiting relatives at Joffersonvillo Ind Mr Wilson Howard of this place has bought several crops of tobacco Owing to the cold weather tobacco stripping is somewhat retarded Jackson County Kirby Knob Brother Hogan preaches at this place Jan 26 David Garrett and Win R ticker have moved to Bobtown The meetings closed at the lower church with two additions Misses Agnes Rucker and Ethel Jones About fifty indictments lust week at courtThere is a subscription schoolat Clover Bottom schoolhousu Miss Bessie Hays teacher Miss Mary J Baker is horoon bus iness this week The Sunday school at this place is still progressing though others around are adjoining till more favor able weather Brother J G Parsons passed through Thursday en route for Drip RockCharles and Laura Click James Durham and Curtis Hudson gave homefolks a visit Friday Saturday and Sunday They have returned to schoolJames Hatfield intends t return to Drip Rock this week to finish a job of hauling timber W J Daugherty has sold his timber and is making plans to go to the West next fa- llRockcastle CountvD- lsputaun We are having nice winter weather at this writing Eva the oldest child of John Hector died a few days ago Messrs Jeff Garrett and William Augliu went to Richmond Monday Bert Williams of Fairland III is visiting friends on Clear reek We were not surprised to hear of the marriage of Mr P P Reynolds to Miss Mattie Schoonover Mason Acglin Equire James Rey nolds and William Auglin wont to Berea Thursday Miss Sallie Anglin who spent two weeks with her father has returned to her koine in Newman Ill iMason County Mnysvillo The new hoard of education was organized recently Everybody seems to be well pleased with the now mem bers By invitation of the principal and faculty the Mason county teachers contemplate going to Augusta on the fourth Saturday An elaborate pro gram will be rendered and an enjoy able time is anticipated Miss Carrie Mason of the East End continues ill from asthma Mrs Mollie Nelson who has been indisposed with pulmonary rheuma tism is a great deal better Miss Nannie Wood loft this week to attend Wilberforce College Examinations of the city schools will be held the last week in this mouthTho Old Maids Convention given at tho Scotts Chapel under the super vision of Mrs P Talbott was quito a success The way the participants acquitted themselves reflected great credit upon their instructor William Brown who has been visiting his mother and friends returned- to Dayton 0 whore ho is pursuing a lucrative business Madison County College inn Mrs Ann Griustead is quito ill tram a complication of diseases Mrs Florence Chambers remains on the sick list E C Griustoad has rented a house Wo know what that moans George Huguely is well pleasot with the farm he bought of II K WoosloyMr Lame and Miss Anna his sister entertained quite a crowd of young folks lust Thursday night 1L A Laine his wife and sister attended the State Teachers Associa tion during the holidays at Lexing tonIt is reported that Benjamin Cho vault and Miss Mary J Keeue were married that Monday in Richmond May they live long suit proapor Cattle and hog trailers are on the move in this part of the county Hogs are very scarce and sell readily at fij cents per lb MADISON COUNTY The robbers of the post ollico at Speedwell are not yet caught Oil has lieeu discovered on the hum of Thomas logic near College Hill The bridge over Paint Lick ia un finished and the people are justly in censed Tho renovation of the courthouse at Richmond is about complete so it is said L P Adams late secretary of Judge Million has accepted the local editorship of The Ja tagraifi Dr J L Frazeo of Richmond has been appointed a member of the Local Board of Health foe Madison countyFormer County Judge Million has taken the Gibson Livery Stable and will carry on the livery business at that stand The Board of Supervisors will be ready to hear complaints from those whoso taxes have been raised in about a week County Superintendent Wagers has just received the money to pay all the teachers of the county the balance duo them for last years services Tho County Board of Supervisors is at work on the books of Former As sessor Thomas Curry It will take two weeks or more to complete the auditHon Curtis F Buroam is suffer lag from an attack of lumbago and will probably not be able to attend this session of the Legislature Major Burnam is State Senator representing the Twentyninth SenatorialDistrict and is the oldest member of the Gen eral Assembly being in his eighty fifth year The Sent I Weekly RtyMer of Richmond has changed hands Cap tain Rock the former editor being succeeded by Mr Clydo Hart late foreman of the Climax and Mr T Hood Little Mr Little is editor antI Mr Hart manager Messrs Little and Hart are young Mien of energy and pushand are well calcuated to suc coed with The Itegtiter Our beet wishes go out to the now mnnag meat A C1OO1I IlKCOMMKNUATItlX I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Ta blots is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What recom mendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in such a remedy Try them whoa you feel dull after eating when you have a bad tasto in your mouth tool bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to he delighted with the prompt relief which they af ford For sale by S E WELCH JR IMPORTANT NOTICE The POST OFFICE OFFICIALS at WASHINGTON DO have JUST RULED that a subscription to any publication entered as second class matter MUST BE DISCON TINUED when tho time for which it is PAID IN ADVANCE has expir edThis means that all who Bro in ar rears to THE CITIZEN must pay up and in advance or wo will bo com pIJed to STOP TIlE PAPER or else wo have to doublo the price in order to pay tho extra postage which would bo one cent on every paper or just two cents more a year for mail than we charge you for THE CITIZENDONT DELAY Look at your paper and see what date are up to and then sendenough money to pay up arrears anti a yoar ahead JOHN DO DWELL Manager of THE CITIZEN HORROR IN A TUNNEL Express Crashes Into a standling Passenger LONG LIST OF KILLED AND INJURED Over Forty IVnoim Were Crushed Klrtrrn Ilrlujt Klllol Outright and a Number Irobulily KuUlly Hurt Urapoiultilllty Kur the Dltuitrr and the llnrruwliiK SIPMCH New York Jan 9ln the New York Central railroad tunnel that burrows under Park avenue thin city 1C pas sengers were killed and twice that number were Injured when two trains collided It was rear end collision between a South Norwalk local that ran In over the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad and was halted by block signals at the southern en trance of tho tunnel and a White 1laln local that cams ly the branch of the New York HarlemI wreck uccured at an hour was crowded by suburbanites of the death Injury and uamage was wrought by the engine of tho White Ilaliis train which plunged Into the rear car of the motionless train and was driven through to the middle of the car smashing the seats and fur nishings and ppllttltiK the sides as Il moved forward Tho victims either were mangled In tho mass of wreck ago carrier on the pilot crushed In the space between the boiler and sides or scalded by nilam which came hiss Ing front broken pipes and cylinders Within a tow minutes tho work of rescue marked by heroism and sac rifice began Alarms that brought every available ambulanre In the city with police reserves and tremens were sounded at once With police firemen and surgeons came a score of volun teer physicians and half a dozen cler gymen Ladders were run down the tunnel alnthafts and the firemen and police attacked the debris with ropes and axes Passengers already had ral lied and were trying to release those ImprUontd In the debris Many heroic deeds and thrilling scenes attended the work of rescue Residents of New Rochellonsuburb contributed tho largest number to the casualty list because the rear car of the South Norwalk local was reserved for them and was kept locked until the train reached that place William Leys ono of the dead was general manager of the dry gouda flrm of D Altman k Company of this city and was prominent IP commercial circles A M Ierrln was second vice presi dent of the Union flag and Paper com pany and was equally welt known U 0 Diamond who wak tilled was as sistant general manager of the Amer- Ican Bridge company K K Walten was a well known broker of New York It Is feared the roster of the dead may b extended as some of the Injured are In a serious condition To Dace the Blame New York Jan 13Two more per sons have died from Injuries austafncd In the tunnel disaster making 17 deaths In all A coroner Jury has been Impanoled and a thorough laves tigation of the disaster will be made Switch Open Fairmont W Va Jan yA rear end collision on the Monongahela dl vision of the Baltimore and Ohio road near Shlnnstown resulted In the seri ous Injury of six persons and wreck lag of two engines and a mall and baggage car All of the Injured were taken to the Clarksburg hospital An open switch was the cause of the sect dent It being left open after a freight had sidetracked for the passenger which came along at high speed and crashed Into the freight with tho above result ColdBlooded Affair Duluth Minn Jan 10 Daniel Car bo slashed David Myllmakl with a pocket knife several times almost de capitating him Uotu wrro Finns and lumber Jacks They were seated In a saloon when Carbo prctsei Myllma kls head down on tt table and slashed at the back of his neck When Myll makl started to run Carbo caught him pushed him against the bar and cut Into his neck severing the windpipe Myllmakl fell dead There had been no quarrel Carbo may bo Insane Forgery Charged Beaumont Tex Jan HJ P Withers who was until Dec 31 presi dent of the American National bank of this city wa arrested by a deputy United Staler marshal at Kansas City on the charge of forgery which It Is stated aggregates137000 Deitructlvt Fire Mount Vcrnon Tex Jan HFiredestroyed the Shield and the boo tell sad sis business houses The total loss Is estimated at 100000 of which 30000 falls on Kaplan ft Brother dry goods Total Insurance about 3G000 Village Fire Wellston 0 Jan 9Iolro started In South WellRton at the homo of Solomon Townsend destroying two real dances a photograph gallery and a grocery store with a total loss estl mated at 15000 Fired His Clothing Cleveland Jan 13Emery Szocs a Hungarian saturated hla clothing with kerosene oil at his homo bore and set tire to his coat He was so badly turned that he died In a few hours Strike Off Huntington W Va Jan 10TJII boiler makers strike on the Chesa peako and Ohio was declared off Strikers at Huntington Htntoa and Kussell will resume work i ill INAUGURAL EXERCISES IGovernor Nash Enters Upon His Second Term A GALA DAY IN TUB CAPITAL CITY Uraud Army Veterans the Ohio SUN UU and Uniformed Clubs and So cletles 1itrtlclpate In the Parade IIubltc Receptions the Address or Nntli Mud Other Features Columbus O Jan 13 Thousands of persons from many points In the state wcro attracted to this city today to participate lu or to witness tbo elaborate exorcises Incident to the In auguratlon of lion George K Nash as governor of Ohio for a second term Ills Induction Into office was a brll liant event and not a slip marred the harmony of the occasion The arrange meats wire under tbo direction of committees appointed by iho Colum bus Board of Trade and to governor a long resident of JolumtU3 was ten dered a complimentary Inaugural The overshadowing lecture of tho day was the inaugural parade Thou sands of persons participated and the line of march was tbroz cd with en thusiastic spectators ID the parade were several companies of soldiers from the United Statue barracks In this city the state iciiua Urand Army veterans and voes of tbo SpanishAmerican war uniformed po litical clubs civic ioclMt1 Approprl ate posts and numerous tress bands The exercises In the rnunda of thelCapitol were solemn and and advantage was taken or the occa lion to Informally dedl ate tho new state building which a Itdns the Cap Itol on the east The weather was cool and the streets covered with a light coat of now At 1145 the Joint committee of the house and malo escorted Uoveraor Nash Into the rotunda ot the Capitol The place Will crowded inmost to suf focation The Fourth Urglment band rendered the musical aeirtions J Y Usual of the Columbus board of trade executive committee called the numbly to order and llcv J V aia gle of Waverly offered graver artur which the Columbus Itepubllrau tiles club sang Kellers American hymn lion II C Iiylln secretary of state presented the commission to Governor Nash after which the ryh of office was administered by ono o1 the Judges of the supreme court luvernor Nub then delivered his Inaugural address which was a model for brevity The governor said he bad but one ambl tlonto show his appreciation of the people who bad honored hint by being their faithful servant during the next two years The parade formed In Ibo vicinity of B oad Fourth and Thirds street and moved promptly at p m The line of march was down T lrd street to Mound west on Maund Ui High north on High to Spruco In tuo vicinity of North market counteroarched on High to Broad and east on Broad to Fourth street where It disbanded Qennral H A Axllne war grand mar shal of the day Governor Nash tendered a reception at the Capitol to the small army of state officials and their families morn bars of the general assembly and to the general public Ohio Soldier Executed Zanosvllle 0 Jan H Phlness Foutz tho Zancsvllle soldier whoso execution In the Philippine Is an pounced by the war department was 21 years old and an orphan boy who led a model life before ho entered the army In the war with Spain While a member ot the Tenth Ohio regiment at Camp Meade In 1898 ho was sub ject to homesickness and his comrades declare ho was Irrational at times A strong tight was made for clemency by his former comrades former Adjutant General Azllno and Surgeon General Brush of Governor Nashs staff but Secretary Root held that tbore was no excuse for clemency and recommended that the sentence be carried out Fouls was executed for the murder of n Filipino girl Bank Suspend Cleveland Jan 11To Euclid Av enue Trust and Savnrs company made an assignment to Frank H Ginn an attorney whoso bond was fixed at 250000 A branch of the In stitution at 2800 Euclid avenue was closed simultaneously vHh the down town bank Henry A Everett of the KverctlMoorc syndicate is named as- a director of the company It Is stated that the bank carried about 120000 In tho securities of the Detroit and Toledo line which recently passed Into the hands of receivers As a re a suit of the financial embarrassment of the EverettMoore syndicate It was understood the bank found Impossi ble to realize upon there securities Discharged Employes Deed Springfield 0 Jan 7John Q Badller 50 the superintendent and general manager of the Springfield Foundry company and the Indianapolis Frog k Switch company was shot and Instantly killed by an employe who had recently been discharged The murderer Is now In the hands of the police lie la John W Kenney a moulder who has recently made threat of taking not only Sadllers life but that of John Cox another moulder who was employed at the place Sadllor for years was a prom inent factor in tue labor circles In this city Slate Fell Zanosvllle 0 Jan 13Ford Krous koupf was Hlled and Robert Maxwell fatally Injured In Maynards mlno P a Connellav111e by ttJlJnc slate