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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r REV JOHN DODWEUj Mgr With Hiring HtnlT or Editors t lurm iiuilfiiU- EnttrtJ at the FotloJUet ctaM at 1knoA at iccnnd III A Family Paper MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 131J02 Fifty cflnts a year NO 38 IIDEAS 0 SRO ICoRtvriiiANH i 27 The hand of hnbit imvn the grip of a vino Good habits linn just strong a grip an hml ones Il requires n strong will vcllHiip ported by grace to tear loose from hnl its or nppotitcri mid passions Otiol Imliltfl whon once fully form ed tnnUo character character in im mortal mid lives forever TAKE NOTICE Special Clausen prepurliiir fur TtiiuliurM KxitinlimUoiiH Her Win Lodwick will preach nt Nanow Gnp next Sunday nt 71 in Dont lieiltato Ilyoii liullcvg In yiiiirflfllf Ntrllco out mill got the best education Now IH the time thin week wo linvo loft out Ed warts Wake College Student so Unit wo could publish lieu John hays Memorial Address on President Mc Kinlor This address is worth pro Herving Edwanl Blake will bo continued next week FROM THE WIDE WORLD Coeil Khodw tho prominent South African capitalist and Htatosunon is seriously ill at Cape Town Tho American Legation at Constan tinople hna made n suggestion to lime Turkish Government to capture the oaptora of Miss Stone Chinwio ineruhautH coming from Port Arthur to London dedaro they hate b fu onlcre to remove their futilities from Port Arthur because preparations are being mndu there for u war with Japan A visitor to the recent Student Volunteer Slifisiouary Convention at Toronto Canada writes There are some gilded palnc liquor saloons hero an in our large ciliei but they nro closed front hack side and all other doors at seven oclock Saturdny ironing aud remain dOlled until Mon day They an also clOI dtwery night In tho woek nt trill oclock IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It inoxp ctcrl that Secretary Long will leave tho Cabinet about May 1 Upwarde of ro persons lost thoir lives in n wreck on tho Southern Pacific railroad near El Paso Texas last Friday night Miss Alice Roosevelt loft Monday night for a visit to Cuba whore she will be the guest of Ooh and Mrs Leonard Wood One or tho events of tho past wok In the Sonata wan the passage of tho Legislative and Executive Appropria tion bill which carries a total appro priation of about 23000000 Tho Census liurcau has become n permanent part of the governmental machinery Tho present force of tho Bureau will Jbo decreased by some 1200 clerks between now and July 1 Captain W C tires of West Point Military Academy and adjutant of tho post writes in a personal letter to n prominent journalist uYou will bo glad to learn that hazing has Leon entirely abolished at tho Academy General Hughe1 before tho Senate committee on the Philippines on Sat urday expressed tho opinion that it would lo well to encourage negro emigration to tho Philippines from tho United States nod added that for labor tho whites would boa failure On Saturday Feb Washingtons birthday Dr Milbiiru Chaplain of tho Senate was lute at the time of oiMMiing and In tho hurry to gut through tho important measures be fore tho hotly the opening prayer was omitted On that day occurred tho most disgraceful scene and the only personal encounter tho Tillman and McLaurlu fight that the Senato has known for thirty years Is this co jucidontT En I COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Legislature will adjourn about tho middle of next week Gnu T T Garrard of Clay count tyls said to bo slowly dying A poslhousoiu process of construction hoar Burgin was dynamited Sun day by unknown persons Moro than 1000 citizens of Louis villo pay taxes on property assw ee nt 515000 or over Tho Louisville i Nashville Rail road Company arQ spending a lotor money iq reducing grades and elimin ating curves over its entire system THE CITIZEN IVOL MADISON COUNTY 8781902 r Uit is a mutter of regret yet n mat jor of fact that tho great Slate of Kentucky is as much noted for crime as it for tobacco of which it pro duces more than onethird and for hemp of which it produces moro than ono haif of all that Is raised in tho United States for bluegrass of whjch It beam moro than nil the world be skies forshorlhornsof which JtboilMs specimens equal to any in other coun trios and for whisky and great caves lime moiiHtrosities of its criminal his tory areas blood curdling as the tales of Doodle and tho Police News re cords no deeds Moro brutal fiendish nod inhuman titan those of common occurrence in this proud Common Aealh Of tho 118 counties that in dilgo to a greater or loss degree in tho shedding of human blood Madison is conspicuously in the front No coun ty Kentucky and perhaps none in the United Status considering terri tory apd population is productive of critneH and casualties as Within the past two years fortytwo people havo lost their lives and forty three have boon wounded the casual lies comprising about 25 per cent of the horrible work Tho foregoing is part bran article from tho pen of French Tipton writ ten for time New York Herald Dec 10 1878 aud published in Tlie Ken lucky Jlegttter of Richmond Ky Dec 27 1878 of which paper F M Green and French Tiplou were then editorsFollowing tho quotation given slave is tho recital in detail of the criminal record of Madison county from Jan II 77 to lime date of article the recital covering nearly three twentyfour inch columns solid of the Jttijhlcr clos Ingwith It should bo stated that tho oflicers of Madison county jiro prompt in tho discharge of their du ties and that they are rarely resisted by criminals nor is tho authority of the law defied in any way Circuit Court convenes twice n year null front 80 to SO indictments aro found aUn sessionThe object of this article is in no way intended to revive sad memories of time past but that wo may by com Madison county of 1878 and Madison county 1902 take courage In tho fact that wo are growing belter M we are growing richer Although crime is not strange to us thank God it is lose frequent and less bloodthirsty than of yore and tho upward growth of twentyfour years pass gives us faith to boliovo that bettor condi tions than even now are in store for us In tho article by Mr Tipton oxr leaded notice in given of thn business social and educational affairs of Mad icon county and after mention of Central University and Madison Female Institute is this and besides this thorn is the famous Dorea College in Iho country John G Fees school for tho education ornit who apply regardlossiof age color or sexs Who shall say how much of the bettered moral conditions of Madison county and adjacent country can bo traced to the Christ civilizing inllu ence of tho fatuous Bored College in the country Boron College in tho country in 1878 and Boron College in the town of Beautiful Boron in lK2 do not sag gest the adage comparisons ore ali oils but surely tho reverse Tho former had nor has anything whereof to be ashamed the latter while glorying in its alto nUll mission and devout ly thankful for nil tho good that has come to nun gone out from itls en thusiastically hopeful of for greater power and service in tho uplift of the world than lira yet boon given to it IDr Mahal Wolls of Troublesome Creek Brenthitt county died at his homo Saturday aged 85 years Ho has boon n practicing physician for fifty years A lUglnc KoitrliiR Flood Washed down n telegraph lino which Chins 0 Ellis of la had to repair Standing waist deep in icy watery ho writes gave mo torrlhlo cold and cough It grew worse daily Finally tho best doctors in Oakland Nab Sioux City and andaDr Kings Now Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Posi tively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat Lung troubles for sale by all drugstores Price GOo and 100 COLLEGE ITEMSj Prof Cnrnnlmn sonco for tho spring term and his work will bo carried partly by Prof Albert S hill who in n graduate of tho University of Michigan and Co lumbia and was for ninny years Dean of time Normal Department of Tonga loo University Miss nod partly by Prof J II Miller lately President of tho State Normal School of Wnsji iugtonMrs Wheeler n well known society and literary woman of Now York City is giving addresses fa Womens Clubs in Louisville mid Lexington and was the guostof Pres ident and Mrs Frost yesterday A reception was given her by the Facul ty Club and tho students ol tho Col legiato department on Wednesday night Mrs Wheeler also spoke nt tho Womens Industrial Sho is greatly Interested in tho homespun cloth nail other fireside industries Mrs M 73Biehanbonof Warsaw N Ywlmo with her husband was a teacher in Kentucky before time war and to whom one of time Fee Medals had boon Fent writes to President Frost I cannot tell you how highly I value this expression ofyour kind thoughtfuluess I value it for many reasons Tho College building is an exact representation of the otto which first mot my eyes in 1857 The face brings fleshly to my mindRoverendw Fee Rogers and Candee so consecrat ed to t hwork you am doing much to uilvnnro nod their wives were of like spirit A friend of tho College whom nnmoI is not to bo known has intention of providing means for a newChaxlisHoounstherearoenoiigli trained students to build it Tim donor recognizes the fact that this will require a new shop building with power nnd lmachinery nnd senile 500 as n starter for such a building This fixes tho plans ol time Institution for tho next two years If tho money can be raised tho now shop building will bo built the coming summer There is u premium on mechanical skill and tho now trades of brick making and bricklaying must bo in troduced While the College is thus favored by the prospect of means for anew Chapel time great outlays no cefisiuy for the increased number of students have made it necessary to borrow money for current expenses The friends of Bercn never had great er reason to both pray and give thanks SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF VACA TION Vacation week has been thoroughly enjoyable to those delighting in social intercourse Wo can say that every affair was well planned and well attended The closing of the winter tern was observed by the usual oxer cisgs with u somewhat unusual style for this place of carrying out time program No long announcement as to what nUll why each speaker spoke was deemed necessary tho result was a smooth program closely followed by tho audience Tho general thought used by each speaker was progress and tho treatment of tho subjects chosen was practical as well as entertaining Friday night witness ed tho Annual Alpha Zeta Imni quet which by tho way lugs bo come tho elite occasion of the year A wellserved banquet prepared tho way for the flow of soul and exchange orI thought following the toasts being opportune in subject and felicitous in expression We mire glad of these oe casions where tho student may meet tho faculty in an informal way nod regnnllrorSocials at Ladies Hall wore hold Friday and Saturday nights with largo attendance ouch evening At time latter local talent developed fcr us tho screaminglyfunny burlesque of Scotts Lnchinvar The role of hero and heroine being assumed by Mr Ralph Fold nod Miss Anne Crosby Mr Claude Schram recited St Peter at the Gate On Tuesday night was hold tho social for new and old slim dents at tho Tabernacle Jot Cnulil Not Ilnve Stood It If hed had Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying but Bucklous Ar nica Salve will euro the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thousands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Erup lions its tho host salve in the world Prico 25o a box Cure guaranteed Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need thom and if you use them bo sure they fit your need I will givothorough examination with the above instrument FREE or ciiAnnn which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you n- oT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky u ESTABLISHED 18C3 MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu ments and nmrblo and gran its work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma tonal Prices 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fills in the cents HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov- erumont Building t Richmond Kentucky f Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to StudentsI Fair Dealing Pays fAnd that is one reason our business is increasing We sell you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your IrieudsIFor The Holidays f New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Phone CENT8 world alloy world DR home 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky II HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS t Ever brought to Boron Collar pads formerly sold for 40a our price 2fc Everything else in nroportionVBICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky I u NINN uONNNNNNNINNNHO i A Fire Sale NO I IlUllIISPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Bereal 1 Although a fine line of our samples were burned with your Chapel wo are still alive to your interests Our agent Geo W Pow has had hm burnt samples replaced with a line See Ihis spring styles They are just you are looking for WE i GUARANTEE SATISFACTION You can get our goods from Pow at the same price we charge in our store i jRichmond Ky i NN tafNM tIfN NttIN NMMNNNtHNtN- p I CITIZENI u I HAYS 1boy8of conyress by his Intimate personal tnd iMlltlciil friend Secretary of State Tolin hay during the memorial serv leIs held In honor of the late president III tbe hail of the house of rcnrvsciitn tIcs Washington Feb ii T 1002 For th third time the con rells of the United Statm Is nisemblesl to commtmo rate the life anti the death ot a president slain by the hand of an nmassln the attention ot the future historian will lie attracted to the features which reappear with startling sameness In all three of these awful crimes the usclesness the utter laVk of consequence of the net the obscurity the Insignificance of the crim not tho Iilamelwsmfa so far ns In our cpbere of existence the best of men may he held bUmetess of the victim Not one of our murdered presidents had an enemy In the world They were all of such Ire eminent purity of life thLt no pretext could be Riven for the attack of passional crime They were all men of democratic Instincts who could never have offended the most jealous advocates of equality They wefre of kindly and generous nature to whom wrong or Injustice was Impossi ble of moderate fortune whose slender means tiiMuitly could envy They were men of austere virtue of tender heart of eminent abilities which they had devoted with single minds to the good of the re public It ever men walked before God and man without blame It was these three rulers of our people The only temptation to attack their lives offered was their centlo radiance to teyes hating the fight that wee offense enough Tbo otuptd uneleesnoss of such an S famy affronts the common sense of tho world One can conceive how the death of a dictator may change the political conditions of an empire how the extinction of a narrowing line of kins may iirlns In an alien dynasty Hut In a well ordered republic like ours the ruler may fall hut the state feels no tremor Our beloved nod revered leader Is gone but tho natural process of our laws provides us a successor Identical In purpose and Ideal nourished by the same teachings Inspired ny the same principles pledged by tender affection all well as by high loyalty to carry to completion tho Im mense task committed to his hanAand- to smite with Iron severity everyJllanl festatlon of that hideous crime which his mild predecessor with his dying breath forgave The sayings of celestial wisdom have no date The words that reach us over 000 years out of the darkest hour of gloom the world has ever known are truo to the life today They know not what they do Tho blow struck at our dear friend and ruler was as deadly as blind hate could make It but the blow struck at anarchy was deadlier still ASSASSINATIONS VICTIMS What a world of Insoluble problems such an event excites In the mind Not merely In Its personal but In Its public aspects It presents a paradox not to be comprehended Under a system of gov ernment to free and so Impartial that we recognize Its existence only by Its benefac tions under a social order so purely dem ocratic that classes cannot exist In It af fording opportunities so universal that even conditions are ns changing as the winds where the laborer of today Is the capitalist of tomorrow under laws which are the result of ORES of evolution so uni form and so beneficent that the president has just tho same rights and privileges as tho artisan we see the same hellish growth of hatred and murder which dogs equally the footsteps of benevolent monarchs and blood stained despots How many countries can join with us in the community of a kindred sorrow I will not peak of those distant regions where assassination enters Into the dally life of government but among the nations bound to us by Ihf ties of fainlllar Intercourse who can forget that wise and mild auto crat who had earned the proud title of the Liberator that enlightened and magnanimous citizen whom France still mourns thijt brave and chivalrous king of Italy who only lived for hlspeople and saddest of all that lovely and sorrowing empress whose harmless life could hard ly have excited the animosity of a demon Against that devilish spirit nothing avails neither virtue nor patriotism nor age nor youth nor conscience nor pity We can not even say that education Is a sufficient safeguard against this baleful evil for most of the wretches whose crimes have so shocked humanity In recent years are men not unlettered who have gone from the common schools through murder to the scaffold THE PROBLEM OF ANARCHY Our minds cannot discern the origin nor conceive the extent of wickedness so per verse and no cruel but this does not exempt us from the duty of trying to control and counteract It This problem of anarchy Is dark and intricate but It ought to be within the compass of democratic government although no sane mind can fathom the mysteries of these untracked and orbltless natures to guard against their aberra tions to take away from them the hope of escape the long luxury ot scandalous days In court the unwholesome sympathy of hysterical degenerates and so by degrees to make the crime not worth com mitting even to these abnormal and dis torted souls U would be presumptuous for me In this presence to suggest tho details of reme dial legislation for n malady so malignant That task may safely be left to the skill and patience of tho national congress which has never been found unequal to any such emergency The country believes that the memory of three murdered comrades of yours all of whose voices still haunt these walls will be a sufficient Inspiration to enable you to solve even this abstruse and painful problem which has dimmed no many pages of history with blood and with tears Uefore an audience less sympathetic than this should not dare to speak of that great career which wo have met to commemorate But wo aro all his friends and friends do not criticise each others words about an open grave A TYPICAL AMERICAN The life of William McKinley was from his birth to his death typically American Thero Is no environment I should say anywhere else In the world which could produce just such a character He was born Into that way of life which else where Is called the middle class but which in this country Is so nearly univer sal no to male of other classes an almost negligible quantity lIe was neither rich nor poor neither proud nor humble lIe knew no hunger he was not sure of satis tying no luxury which could enervate mind or body Ills parents were sober God fearIng people intelligent and up right without pretension and without humility ii grew up in the company of ttKINLEY MEMORIALADDRESS like himself wholesome honest self They looked down tin nobody never felt It possible they could bo down upon Their houses were tho of probity piety patriotism They learned In the admirable school readers of fifty years ago tho lessons of heroic and splendid life which have come down from tho past They rend In their weekly news papers the story of the worlds progress in which they were eager to take part and oftho sins and wrongs of civilization with which they burhed to do battle It was a serious and thoughtful time The boys of that day felt dimly but deeply that days of sharp struggle and high achievement were before them They restuiuteof arms They felt a time was coming when to them should be Addressed tho stern admonition of the apostle Quit you like men be strong It Is not easy to give to those of n later generation any clear Idea of that extraor dinary spiritual awakening which passed over the country at 110 tint rd signal tires of the war between the states It hunIdredvealed to Itself when after long discus lon and much searching of heart the people of the colonies had revolved that to live without lllwrty was worse titan to die and had therefore wagered In the solemn game of war their lives their for tunes and their sacred honor In a stress of heat and labor unutterable the country had been hammered and welded together but thereafter for nearly a century there had been nothing In our life to touch the Innermost fountain of feeling and devo ion We lied had rumors of wars aven wars we had had not without sacrifices and glorybut nothing which went to the vital self consciousness of the country nothing which challenged the nations right to live THE VALLEY OF DECISION hut In iso the nation was going down Into the valley of decision The question which lied been debated on thousands of platforms which had been discussed In countless publications which thundered from Innumerable pulpits had caused In their congregations the bitter strife and dissension to which only vases of con science can give rise was everywhere pressing for solution And not merely In the various channels ot publicity was It allvo and clamorous About every fIre- side In the land In the conversation of friends and neighbors and deeper still In the secret of millions ot human hearts the battle of opinion was waging and all men felt and saw with more or less clearness that an answer to the Importunate question Shall the nation live was due and not to bo denied And I do not mean that in the north alono there was this austere wrestling with conscience In tty south as well below all the effervescence and excitement of a people perhaps more given to eloquent speech than we were there was the profound agony of ques tion and answer the summons to decide whether honor and freedom did not call them to revolution and war It Is easy for partisanship to say that the one side wronFItnimity to say that both were right Per haps In the wide view of ethics one Is ways right to follow his conscience though It lead him to disaster and death but history la Inexorable She takes no account of sentiment and Intention and in her cold and luminous eyes that side Is right which fights In harmony with the stars In their courses The men are right through whose efforts the world Is helped onward and humanity moves to a higher level and a brighter day The men who are living today and who were young in will never forget the glory and glamour that filled the earth and the sky when the long twilight of doubt and uncertainty was indlng nnd tho time of action had come A speech by Abraham Lincoln was an event not only of high moral significance but of far reaching Importance The drilling of a militia company by Ellsworth attracted national attention The Stuttering of the flag in tho clear sky drew tears from the eyes of young pen Patriotism which had been a rhetorical expression became a passionate emotion In which Instinct logic nnd feeling were fused The coun try was worth saving It could be saved only by fire No sacrifice was too great The young men of the country were ready for the sacrifice Come weal come woe they were ready- MKINLEY THE SOLDIER At seventeen years of age William McKinley heard this summons of his coun try He was the sort of youth to whom a military lifo In ordinary times would pos seas nn attractions IIIsi nature was far different from that of the ordinary sol dier He fiad other dreams of life Its prizes anti pleasures than that of marches and battles Uut to his mind there was no choice or question The banner floating In the morning breeze was the ueck onlng gesture of his country Tho thrill ing notes of tho trumpet called himhim and none other Into the ranks Ills por trait In his first uniform Is familiar to you niltho short stocky figure the quiet thoughtful face the deep dark eyes It is the face of a tad who could not stay nt home when he thought he was needed In the iteM lie was of the stuff of which good soldiers are made Had he been ten years older he would have entered at the head of a company and come out at tho head ot a division hut he did what he could lie enlisted as a prlvato He learned Jo obey Ills serious sensible ways his prompt alert efficiency soon at tracted the attention of his superiors He was so faithful In little things they gave him more and more to do Ho was untir ing In camp and on tho march swift cool and fearless In fight lie left the army with field rank when the war ended bra gallantryinIn coming years when men seek to draw the moral of our great civil war nothing will seem to them so admirable In nil the history of our two magnificent armies as the way In which the war came to a close When the Confederate army saw the time had come It acknowledged tho pitiless logic of facts and ceased fighting When tine army of the Union saw It was no Ion ger needed without a murmur or ques ton making no terms asking no return In the Slush of victory and fullness of might It laid down Its arms and melted back Into the mass of peaceful citizens There is no event since tho nation was born which has so proved its solid capacity for self government Doth sec tions share equally In that crown of glory They had held a debate of Incomparable Importance and had fought It out with equal energy A conclusion had been reached and It Is to the everlasting honor of both sides that they each knew when the war was over and the hour of a last Ing peace had struck We may admire tine desperate daring of others who prefer an nihilation to compromise but tine palm of common sense and I will say of enlightened patriotism belongs to the men like arant and LA who knew Vlnn they had fought enough for honor unit lor bountry A TENDER KNIGHT i William McKlnley one of that sensible million of men gladly laid down his sword 9nd betook hlmwlt to hta books HIquickly made up the tlin Jam In Ing He attacked his niarkHleiie us he would have lutis a hoatlle Imrvnrhmunt Finding tine range bf u country law li brary too narrow he went to tile Allwny Law school where lie worked eorSlknl 6lntllIIIOthebrevetted veteran of twentyfour m the quiet town of Canton new aunt liriuvfor ward foreverfqmuUs as the StinC of his life and his place of sepulture Here nanny blrawtngs awaited him high repute profetelonul success stint a duromtlk ITO tlon so inure no devoted yntl utulrsa that futurt Iloflll kmklng mi Mili nl of Christian mmlugo will find In It a thvmi orthy of their This U a sutiji t to which the lIghtest allusion seems profanation but It Is InUHKMlM t e speak of William MpKlnley without remember ing that no truer tenderer knight to his chosen lady ever lived among mortal tn ii It to the spirits of tine Just miidt ixtrfwit Is permitted the cotiRclouHiiewi of earthly things we may Ie sure that lib faithful soul Is now watching over Unit Irntlu sufferer who Vjounts tint long hours In their shattered home In tine desolate splendor of his fame A man posnesslng the qualities with which nature had widowed MrrClnliy seeks political activity ns naturally a growing plant sis light anti air A Yhotprtnme ambition a rare power makjng friends eel keeptnit hem a faith which amy ie flailed rljrJuu in ills coon try antI Its Institutions and nofrlnirfnin this n belief thnt a man could ilti no no bier wink than to scrip such n pmirrtry these were the elements In its character that ilrvw hIm IrrwihMlbly into public life He troll the twjrltinlnft rwtutrkaUe equipment a manner f singular gears fliRt oharm a voice of ringing quality awl great HriylnR power Vaat as sere tine crowds that gathered about him he reached their utmost fringe without ap pnrent effort lie had an extraordinary power of marshaling and planting ala nlllrajtt facts sv as ta bring conviction to trm aCcesS mind ills range of read Ing was not wide ne read only what ho might mc day find useful sail whnt he rend Irw memocy lId Ilk brass Tin who knew him well In thus early day OlIn nrv r forget the eoiwuMtnau jiklll antI power with whlcJThe would Hltct n tow pointed tech awl blow upon Mow would hammer them Intu he atWhtki of great asMmblagw In OhiO ns Jeelilinvo the nall into th j hMdof the fnhaitnltc captain He was not ofton tmpaic rtooml iii rarely rvsortul to 1kicI of wit or liumrtr yet I nevfr saw his cjunl Ip you trolllns and convincing a JIOIIAr audience by sheer appeal m ti Hr riisou nod Inteingence llf dM not fisHer or kM them but thte wg an lm ll1 rnsipll meat In till serious anti nmr t Hi which Ho aitdirsx them IieemIonof them In heart anil lintlnc lit w cue of them B ch artisan In a trial lW1Imight my That Is lh wrf of man would like to b aiut nmTir mr rIftnsj cTrrumBtancvJi might harrf lv had the divine gift of symiKithy wlnri tiighgiven pnly to tht elwt mskee all toen their friend HIS POLITICAL CAREER So It came naturally about that In tin the beginning of tbe mHHl 4rtitury rthe republic he Ixgiin by no oitetlon to congn a his poiitioui carMr Tkreuiftr for fourteen years this chamber WM his memo I use the WON ailvlsvdly Ne where In the world was he so In bapoony with his environment as here Nowhere else did his mint work with each full roeBcloumioM of Its powers The air r da bate was native to him Here he drank delight of baWl with Ink pHljI la slier days when he drove by this MatctypiU or when on rare occa neta hta dutytsjllml him hero he greeted hlsohl insects WUIt the affectionate zt of a child of the house During nil the lest ten yfkn of his life filled 08 they vr rs with activity and glory he never oMUtnl Iu b4 hum mlck for this hall Whn he earn to the presidency there was iiqt a day when his cpngifsslonal service wits nut of to him Probably no other prwddetil hallII been In such full anti cordial with congress If womay except Lincoln alone McKinley knew the legtelntlve body thoroughly Its composition Its methods Its habits of thought lie hail the pro foundest respect for Its authority and an Inflexible belief In the ultimata rectitude pf Its purposes Our history shows how surely an executive courts disaster and ruin by assuming an attitude of hostility or distrust to the legislature and on the other hand McICInleys frank and sincere trust and confidence In congress were re- Paid by prompt and loyal support and co operation During his entire term of oftte- this mutual trust and regard so essential tir the public welfare were never shadow ed y a single cloud lie Yes a Republican IU could not be anything else A Union soldier grafted upon a Cray Whig he necessarily believed In the American syitemin protee tlon to home Industries in a strong ag gressive nationality lit a liberal construc tion of the constitution What any suit reliant nation might rightly do ho felt this nation had i ower to do If required by tine common welfare and not prohibited by our written charter MKINLEY IN cONGRESs Following the natural bent of his mind he devoted himself to questions of finance and revenue to the essentials of the national housekeeping He took high rank In the house from the beginning HU readiness In debate his mastery of every subject he handled tho bright and ami able light he shed ahogt him and above all the unfailing courtesy and good with which he treated friend arid foe alikeI one of the surest signatures of a nature horn to great destinies made his service In the house n pathway of unbroken sue coos and brought him at lost to the all Im portant post of chairman of ways and means and leader of tine majority Of the famous revenue act which In that ca pacity he framed and carried through con gross It is not my purpose here and now to speak Tine embers of the controversy in the midst of which that law had its troubled being are yet too warm to bo handled on IJI day like this I may only say that It was never sufficiently tested to prove the pralsini of IU friends or the crltlclaip of Its opponents After u brief existence It passed away for a time In the storm that swept the Republicans out of power McKinley also passed through a brief zone of shadow his congreealomil district having been rearranged for that purpose by a hostile legislature Some one Inns said It Is easy to love our enemies they help us so much more titan our friends The people whoso malevo lent skill had turned McKlnley out of congress deserved well of him and of tho republic Never was Nemesis more swift and energetic Tine Republicans of Ohio were saved tine trouble of choosing a governor the other side had chosen one fur them A year after McKlnley left corn cress he was made governor ot Ohio and two years later he was reelected eah time by majorities unhoped for and overwhelming lie came to Jill a space In tuo public eye whlctvobscured a great portion of the Held of vision In two national convention the presidency seemed within his reach but he had gone there In the In terest of others and his honor forbade any dalliance with temptation Bo his nay was nay delivered with a tone and gesture there was no denying Ills hour was not yet come THE PATH TO THE WHITE HOUSE There was however no long delay lie became from year to year the most prom- Inent politician and orator In the coun r THE HOME L J HINTS Itoniovlnfr Spots IVoni INtllHh CII VolcIA flannel clolh lipped in spirits of camphor will remove tho white spots on polished table tops caused by hot dishes unlcRR the spots havo eaten way into tho finish of tho wood To Preserve tho Aroiiuv O- fCtltCUtltn8M tho spoutof thcor fee pot is kopt covered imich of tint aroma of Jho beverngo escapes If your pot hits no cover on Ihu spout piece of clean brown pnpor tucked iu answers tlio purposo Jlreatl Crumbs fur Frying Hrend crumbs nro infinitely preferable to crnokor dust for kitchen use Iwiug nicer nnd rin conomcal way to UNO stale bread evor put them away in nn airtight receptacle or they will bo come musty A glnss jur covered with ono thickness cheesecloth iIt good plan- CollVe In a Ilnrr3Sniailcir don of fillet pnpor nmy bo bought itt a druggists for an insignificant sum A closer plan to mnkn ono nIp of cot fee is to put ono of these pieces of fil ter paper ill n eolfoo strainer put in one or two tnhlospoonfursof pulvcri cd eolTeo according to how strong itI is desired hate tho cronin and sugar in tho cup pour tho boiling tutor through IlioeqOTeo allowing it to run into tilt cup and the thing is dOlloI DONTS Dont worship tilt Ego respect it Dont how or roar gentlemen laugh when they nrp amused Dont groan over till wickedness of this worM hilt mend your own Dont toll too much und bo tarot Ill to whom you t anythingnt all Iont confound hauteur with iliglll ity Oao wins dislike the other rw sped Dont forgot that botwoen love nnd iudiOTerouce lies tile kingdom of hat redDont mlsttike Ilippanoy for wit for thofo Is a mighty diltoreuco between tho two Dqnt wonroloUinri that shrink then roeontit when persons htarotuainnw inflnt Dont despair tMMHUIBO you are not beautiful To bo newt and loyal IlIj possible to all women Dont miiko eyes at mum or sniff or giggle if you wish to bo Cn olitallng Men dotusi nil three II Kept Ills IB Twelve years ago J WSullivan of Hartford Conn scratched his leg with a rusty wire InOjimmatiou and blood poltlOuiug sot in For two years he suffered intensely Thou the best doctors urged amputation but lie wrltos1 used ono bolllo of Electric Bitters and l2boieuof Hucklonfl Arnica Salvo and my leg was sound and well as ever For KruplioiiH Eczema Totter Salt lUicum Sores anti all blood disorders Electric Bit tors has no rival on earth Try them Only RO cents AN OPEN LETTER TO THE READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE CITIZEN From JIm 12th of September moo tho dnto of the firstJMUO of Tue CITIZEN under my management up to tho present I have had it direct busi ness interest in this newspaper On Wednesday Feb li 1902 Boron Col lego fiold to me tho weekly news paper published for more than twd years pit undo the nnmo of TUB CITIZEN Thin Halo includes tho sub scription list nut goodwill of said CITIZEN together with tho files books and papiiH desk and office furniture Tho words within quotation marks in the preccediug paragraph art taken verbatim from tho bill of smile mantle to and held by mo The policy ot THE CITIZEN will ho tint same ns heretofore it will bo 41do voted to tho interests of the homo farm and school its mission ilito bring nolhinj but good to nil Thanking you for pratt support nnd relying upon you for patronage nud help forthe future I am Faithfully your servant John Dodwoll Publisher and Editor We promptly obtain l entivreifl Send model sketch or photo pi Invention for ollt RtlntnblJIYor free itentsannlTRADEMARKS ki I ITHE 4nflni SCHOOL J YHE AVERAGE FARMER Tho average farmer of tho United States raises about twentysix bushels of corn per here twenty bushels of oats twelve bunhdls of wheat eighty bushels of potatoes Thirhosb farmers raise crops throe to four tiiiios as largq us thwo averages henco it iiiunt lIo trill that a great tunny formers raise much loss Ihnil tint nvprago Agriculture is growing in import mice and wo believe tho fmiduiiioiitnl principle of thq suittnuo t iould be taught iu nil tho public nchoola How plants grow and what food they need to intiko tfiem grow can Iw taught iu a few lessons Yetis it jiot trite that very Cow farmers who havo devoted their lives to tho business know any thing about such things Knowledge is power KuowltMlgn is gained in schools OjMin lit to tlje youths tho beauties of tho ciunco of agticulturty III It few lessons iu the oommttn hchuols amid lucy can continue their nti dies from iftturo tho balance of thoir1 life On tho other hand if naluros secrets remain n senletl book tho nvenigo yields on our farms will not Increase Tint ntlmitt Hl growing iinttortaiico of agricillluru makos the ipionliou o- CngricllltumlltucAUOti ono of gnmtot Internist We Liiqr Iws nowniloys nb out bow to hop the boss flu lbs farm hill We fitiden tho contrary manr iKlyn in citii nniitl towns fUniking lor openings Oil tho farms This js induced by thVtir fathers having ronl ized that mild is n good timing to in vest in hnvti bought furtim anil the ulitiuces nrt thoe tunas will ho work til on advanced tiplotlato iliethodn- Agriculturo is IniiKht iu collegia hilt not every young tnnu or yomitf WOIIMO UNit io to oolh Ko to loarn the pritmiplttH of furinitj V 8 boliere tho uonimou Kciwols should teach along1 tIme himseA ot life work Thnro fore let us hnvo an ngriculturnl ooursu in every common school imrtieularly In every oiutry school Tine IMIIIO ntH cannot bo Itt lUuttJd Anil the nxt generation ot fsrmdrN will lwnjlii to cope witl the vtatxl qutHtions thnt are sure to coufrontthombn tho farms where the original virgin fertility hits ht ou udulIIttCliSiMtnl the tiny when agriculture will Iw taught as aBoionra or ruedand dimHiMMd from books that nrtuiowinr print ISftch district cap fu this uintttir f eloctl HiJIYou will never wish to tnkentiotlior doso of pills if you OlllO tr Clinmber j Tains Stomach it Liver Tubleta are easier to take And more pVnuutil 111011110111Rnt Irru l THE FARM UU1 It is not too noon to givo some facts in regard to starting plants early In Oorntnnv tho sewls of pens bonus cuitimlwrs etc are started in n triune and whou n little grown nro lifted tho roots being dipped In a mixture of ony chopped moss water and loam mid OH withdrawal are sprinkled with dry earth A piecoolmoss is thOu flnttenbd into tho form of a pinto filth a little earth sprinkled on it Tit propanxl plants are then placed on this pinto tho moss folded over till roots tied on III tho form of n ball unit set away on lx anls or shelves until tho smwou for mmoviug to thn open air arrives when they are planted nail ncd all which gives them an ear ly start Tho balls must ho kept slightly moist The labor of cutting tho food for stock by usiugn feed cutter Is nil item tQ ho ronHulentl in the clllllnHu hut as innchineH now do stick work rapidly tint cost Is hut little As n result of 100 days experiment it wns found thnt steers fed on cut clover bay made jnoro gaul than hose M on uncut clover liny tho gain Iwing ns much ns much nil W JIM cent it Wits found also that some slight exorcise wits 11l11II fRI compartsl with close eon Ifuomuut If tho cutting of th vhi y gino such Urge gain it is apparent that thft labor Stowed nlforthsl n profit Tho cheep industry is greatly linmp owl in homo xections by dogs whftih kill tho slucp for toothi hhwp bitHKler who mnde an InvMllgntion rude over n wklo territory III cutler lo visit all who kept dogs In nsspOums- nto the inquiry How often do you feo l your tlogJ ho fount only ono pnrty who iamb it n Kint to feed hubs dog n guhuly Thero an thounantls or farmers who exixxt their dogs to HIM their foot from HOinewhero IIOIICH lIst dogs ant forced to forngo or hunt iii outer to oxiwt Time brooder Coil eluded that if those owning dogs vould feed them tho thcep woulditot ho disturbed In nil onson whew tho attempt hns llwoii timmula to improve time llOnl or flock by electing choice males from among crorMhrmla tho nvulH unto lawn this nstrous Thuro is often the tomptn host to rctnin eomo thin nnd promir lug young nnlmal with tho view of uftiug it ta n ftituro sire hill if such nnlmal is grndo on n cross Iwtwwju two briM ls no reliance can lx plnwtl iipon it as there will Intk of tint fortuity In the offspring It Is a down nrd stop nnd u loss of tulle to tone any nmjo thnt Viuol ptrobr l nnil n purobred mnlo nhoultl also bo m lecU fti from nmoug the xlfJtlrctrtl RI PANSI have boon taking HIpmiN Tubules for tho dynpppHin nnil they immure helped mo wonderfully J do not know any particular truly they affect t rite hut they seem tQ give vigor to tho entire HyHtein Iluulu sort of Inn tild foolIng but ninco diking thoTnbuka I feol npiritnl and have not that melancholy wny about I think they are good for a gommeralc buildup of IhorjyHtemua theysoomit to net like u tonic j AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year BEREA COLLEGE Founded less Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over HO ToiicliorH KUO HtudontH trout tJO Stutos Lurgost College Library in Kentucky MO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years IMotlol HclioolH General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those lufllctently advanced to yet a teachers certificate Applied Hclouco Two years course with Agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young Indies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Acnilomy Goiirno Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classicalor life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to all who will help themselves tOward n Christian edu cation Our instruction in n free gift Students pity a small incidental tq moot oxpenroa of tho school apart from instruction and must also Ceurfor hoard in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought EJ400 about 11 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ate Presbyterians and good people of all douominatious- For information and 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unllerleii of tho Vatlnin ont In the portrait of thn irrixit curillnal rtntnmHn of Italy lila voice won IIIA voice of tho perfect orator rlncInK vl hruttntf tlr liRS p ruadlnB by Ita vary pound by its accent of Blncere conviction Ha prudent and o KUnnlwl were nil ills titturanct lofty tils courtesy tlmt lit lirvtr emlKirrunsed Ills friend unit never offended Pile iipponcntH For nevcrnl trlonth before the Itcpubllean national ciinvviitluo mot In IWj It won rvlilrnt to nil who hud eye to IC that Sir SIcKln ly wis the only prciUat cumtldnte ut- lls party Olhtr linmtH wVe mentioned clmmltprIiHiwtrful coinbl no tint Im t llm iioinlna linn of McKlnley a niralnst the flVId was Incvltiibld Thv mmpnlcn he made will be nlwnyi- mpinoralilv In our Political nnnnU lie Hud bis frl iula hail thought that thu tllllUI fur the year was the illxtlnctlvu and hi- lorto dirfvrnnre Iwtwern the two parlle hlI110 MMin r IHII this two parlle mule their nmnliuitlxu then It b enrne evident hunt olIIf cauillilHtw dp llnwt to arcrpt Ihe itw of dUciiwilim fluiHun by the Itt smi propustMi to put forwnrd nil tiHtln U ur thc free ohwifH of ullvcr- McKlnley at untti accepted thlo challenge nml tHklni tiit iMittlo rut protecllon Cs old WOO went with cnerKy Into the ilMiiiwlon of tim Ihcorlt prtiisitttI by hi cppvntntf II had wlncly tiinuliidnl I not tu keve his home during the entivniM thus KToliIlH + 11 pixHvmllnir whlrh hB nl whys In of ilnhtter augury In our poii tics hut Cram the frnn1 jmrfh of his mve- tIt h ut In Cnntun he tally adilrwMrd- tho dltxBtlon which came from every pert of Hi country to greet him In n Hrim uf nw rhiNi MI lr iiiK no varlnl Ko- lwrIInflt nu full nf sets briefly set forth r thrr4a rmboillml In a single phnife- thxt tlwy termed tho hourly text for the ttiu utMHkrr of his party ROIl give MHbly the most convincing proof we hey nt his Hurj rltlni frrtlllty of rmnumt nivl noxlhlllly of mind All thla WCN dUIIII without ahxlrty or trnln 1 romrmbcr n day I pnl with hIm during tlmt buny ummrr It haul mail nineteen aiechtp the day before that slay he mauI imtny Hut In the IntrrviU or thru addref ii It- MI In hit tuily nnd talknl with nervM as ulft nn l a mini tis fry front tare all If we had bffn ictKlHK R holiday at the iiuei4 or amuag the hills AS PRESIDENT heIM IlIIrefl8 eon I Itdnnr Thins had boon n state of 11m- found romrnerctalantl IrxliHtrlal depre lion from which his friends hail slulii election wouhl relieve the country Our rrlatloiM with the fWtnhle world ift much htI1nlon Wee lArkIng In the cordiality which wa npcemary to tho welfare of both Hawaii bad asked for annexation ami lieu lM on rejected liy the prvcetllni ml mlnlfttratkm There was n state of thlnKi i In the Caribbean which eould not puma neatly endure Our nlRlibora hou o win mi flre mind there were grave doubt a tv our rights and duties In the lunmlses A mnn Hlhor weak or rush either irresolute or h ailnlii nai might MY brought ruin m hlrojwlf and Inmlculabla harm to the country wbIliana I happen tIRy n word which may arxm to them unbfllltlnii the place and hour nut 1 am hero to give the opinion which uts friend entcrUlnrtl of rrriddonl lcKlnley of course claiming no Immuni ty from criticism in what 1 nhall say I hfrpIiee tutu tlmt the verdict of history will le that he met all three grave quo ineiinipiurntiloIt rvo 10 tIlt full a Krmt occasion In a manner whloh rwloundnl lo the last IIIK tntof the country nnd to hIs own Utntmirtul honor The leftt desirable form Of Klory to a man of his habitual mood anti temper that ofIIIIttlIIful war wan nevcrtholwut nSvrred upon him by uncontrollabU enl lie felt It must conic Ho tieI plored ltanrcr lty He strained almost 110 breaking his rvlatlon with his friends order rtlllt to prevent and then 10- fllIl1lOn v It 16 the latent pomlble moment Hut whqn the die wna vast ho labored with the utmost encno anti ardor and with an Intelligence oIn military matters which ahojkml how much of tho uoldler still nrrlve in the mntiiry itateaman tc I hush fonvahl the war to n dccUlve close War wna an nnciilah to hm He wanted It short MId conijlunlv HI merciful real cvinmunloatitl itself to his nuboriil nnlr ROll the war so long dreaded whose eonnuquence were BO momcntou ended In iV hundred days k AUGMENTER OF THE STATE Mr HtfOman the dean of our poets has tkllvd him AiiKtqrnlir of the State It is a protii title It justly conferred it ranks him nmonn the few whom ninnies may bo plnced deDnltcly and forever In charge of the historic muse Under hi TUIUnaIPortllth j east Cuba la free Our t osltlon In the Caribbean l assured beyond the tOll nlblllly or future question The doctrine lonAIevoken now 116 cliullencp or cdnfrddlotlon when Uttered to the world It line hecom an International truism Our sister re public to life nouth of us are convinced that we desire only tlielr peace and pros perit Europe knowuthitt we eluerluthi drepm but those of worldwide commerce the benefit of which shall be to nil na lloiiHi Tho state Is aiiKinentciI but It thrcattna no nation under hcavan An to those rcKioi which have cotnn under the cihndo of out flag the pomlblllty of their IxiInK damaged bf such a change of clr cumMlanccC Was In the vieW of McK nley a thlnK Unthinkable To hello that wo cpuM not administer them to their ud valitnee wa to turn Infidel to our Amcrl cull faith of more thin a hundred years In dealing with foreign poWers he will take rank with the greatest of our dlilq mntlatn It was a world of Which he had tlttla ppeclnl knowledge before fomlns to tile preMdiney but his mnrvclouir adapta bility wn In nothing moro remarkable limn In the tlrin Kraup ho Immediately d8 played In Intcrnntlonnl rclntlonx In pro Ittrlngrorolir and Ifi the reitoratlon Of peace ho wan alike adroit courteOus and famlRbted AVien n lIullcneplerglnCy- declared Itself its In China Iff a state of things of which our history fUrnNhed no precedent and International law po safe fluid certain precept he hesitated not a monieitt to take the fUUUO mllrk 11 out for him by consideratIons of hunmnlty nod the ilatlonnl Interest Even while the legation were llRlitbiK for their lives ueidimt bnhd of Infuriated fanatics lie decldiil thai we were at acettvlth China anti while that conclusion did not hinder him from taking the most energetic meal iire to rescue our Imperiled cltUrn It enabled him to nnlntaln close and friend ly relations faith the wloo and herolo viceroy gf the ttouti hoe resolute stand mtvcil that ancient empire from anarchy nnd pollatlan He df iovil of every queifllon ni Jt arose with a promptness and blarlty of viMlonthat a lonlahed his udvl eraand JID tlover lind occasion to re 1090 judKniiint 6rVvrre a decision By b llrmne by sheer rca I I lonableneis he Improved our mulerslinid ins with nil the great powers of the world nod rightly Kalnod the blessing which lIoIlongs to the peaoumaker AN ERA OF PROSPERITY Hut DM achievements pf the nation In war and diplomacy are thrown In the hade by the vast economical develop ment which took place durlnB Mr Me Klnleya administration tp to its lime of his first oleetlon thu country was cut ferliiR from a long perloil of det reoslon the reaMiiiH of which 1 will not tr to seek but from the moment the IwllotH were counted that Ivtokenwl hla advent to Kiwur u greet and mommtoui move ment In ndvuiuc ilwlanil Itself uloni all the linn of Industry and commerce In the very month of hi Imuigurnllofr steel rails IHKIIII to lie sold at til a ton one of the most nlKifIlcant facts of muib rn times It meant that American Industrie had adjusted theniHrlvmi to the IOIIK drprua clout that through the mWer of hit met to orKanlxe and oonlbliw stimulated by the conditions thfti prevulllnK and Irhap by the Iiroelet of legislation favorable to Industry America hadliguii to understill the rest of the world The movement ivviit on wlthdut cendni The pre tdvtit Hinl hIs party kept the plndKe of thflr platform and their ranviuui The DlnKtey lull was pvwllly rained antI set- hi operation All Induilrl rmpond l to the new Rtlmulu anti Anitrlciiti trade stout on It new crusade not to comu r the world haiL to hinds with It on terms ad vantaveou to nlleoneerntil I will not weary you with stiltlsllr but one or two word iHetn necessary to show how the nets of McKlnley all president kept pace with his prufMMlon Ms cunJIlHtn Ills four yearn of udinlnlstrallon were enitly We carried on a war whlrh though inlet was exK nslvo AlthoiiRb we Itorrowwl two hundred million and imld our own expend without asking for Indemnity the effective reduction of the debt now exceeds the total of the war bond We- pay cix mtlltotM JesH In Interest then we did before the wir and no bond of the Lnlteil State ylelda the holder t per cent on is market value He much for the Koverninent credit And we have five hundred aiut fortysix mlllldn of groins gold In this trtnutury- DEVELOPMENT OF TRADE Hut eomlnc to the ltfYf trails In the four McKlnliy rlW8 seem to lie entering the realm of fuht In the last flcal yrar our extees of exportM over Import was M6IHIB8 In the last four ant It wuil fXK4U2nl Thee llg urea are MO alunendou that they maun little to a eprelemi render Hut conaklerl The xoee of exports over Imirarl for tin wlHrir prwtfllnR p rtod from 1W to 1W1 from Washington to McKlnley wus only MMMM The most extravagant promises made by the sanguine McKinley advocate nve yesrsIKI are lift out of light by thees sober facts The Uebtor nnllon hss Ite conw the rtilef creditor nation The nnan del centfW of the world which elirtltti- ouaaiids of years to journey from the Kuphratc to the Tbamen and the Seine- s4ititg iw slnR to the Hudson hel WWII dayhrenk and dark- I will not waste your time liy explaining that I do not Invoke for any man the credit of this vast result The captain oannot claim that It I he who driven the mighty cteamiihlp over the tumbling hA- llows of the truckles deep hut prahw Is justly due him It he hOlt madwlli best of tier tremendous power If ha lint read tirlfhl the currents of the CI and the IntMon of this stIrs aal we should be un irroteriil If In this hour of prodIgIous vms pertly we should fall to remember that William McKlnley with sublime faith foretMW It with Indomitable oouras In bored for It vet his whole heart and mind Into the work of hrtnxlni it about that It wile hIs vole which In durk hour rang out herakllnic the oomlnit light alf over the twIllKht xvaler of the Nil the mystic cry of Memnon nnaourtted Jhe dawn to Ug pt waking from sleep s HIS SOUtHERN VISITS Among the mot agreeable incidents of the l iita term of olllce were the two journeys he made to the south The moral reunion of the Bectlon so long und so ardently desired by hUn had Uten Initiated by tile Spanish war whvn Jhe veterans of both sides anti their sons had marched shoulder to shoulder tou ether under the cunie banner The president In those journeys sought with mote than usual eloquence and pathos to create a sentiment which should end forever the ancient feud lie wu too good a politician to expect any result In the way of votes In hi favor and he accomplished none But for oil that the good wed dill not rail on tmrren ground In the worm anti chivalrous heartn of that generous people the echo of his cordial and brotherly words will linger long and Jiis namv will bo cherished In many a household where even yet the Ibit eunice is worshiped Mr McKInley was reelected by an overwhelming majority There had been little doubt of the result among well Informed people but when It was known a profound feeling of relief and renewal of trust were evident among his leaders Of capital and of Industry not only In this country but evwrywhere They felt that tha Immediate future was secure and that trade and commerce might safely push forward In every field of effort antI miter prise He Inspired universal cbntldenc whlchU the lifeblood of tI commercial Hystvm of the world Il began frtuiirntly to be eold that such a state of thing ought to continue One after anpthcV mei of prominence Bald tlmtrfhe president was lila ownbest nucoe or He paid Ilttl nt temfon to these suggjwtionu until buy were rrpantid by som J of hU nearest friend Then saw that one of the most cherished traditions of our public llfowutrln danger The generation whUh has seen the propjiecy of the papal tliroho non YlUflilr Tctrl twice rnnlrji dieted by the longevity bf holy mn vas In lirrll of forgetting the unwritten law of our republic Thou shall not exceed t110I years of WiiHlilnglQii The president saw Itwee time to spmk an In hl8 charac tcrlstln manner he kPOkt briefly hut enough Whtro the lightning strikes there In no need of Iteration Krom that hour no one drjamed of doubting lila pur pose of retlrlnK at the end of his second term and It will be lOll before another such lensprl I S rlulrllt THE HARVEST TIME lie felt that ho harvest time was come to garner In the frut of KO much plant Ing and cirUure and he was that nothing lie might do or IlIlernlln1I bOllnblu to the tpronch of u tetll Let tis say frankly hv wait a ly man Ho belieVed tIme pojlolcl advobated by him Und his friends counted for much In the couhtryir progress andproi He hoped In hIs second term 10 acVom pllsh substantial result III tha develop ment and alfrmatlon of those pojlcles I spent a daV wlttli him shortly before he started on his fatefUl journey to Ilufald Nevfr hall I seen him er III hup and pi trlolle conljdcncc He wa UII sure of 1 thp future of his Country an the psalmist who cried 0 lor Ions things are spoken of thee thou city of Uodr lIe WUII gratified to the heart that we had arrange u treaty vblcb R1Vp ua a frO hand In the Uthmns In fancy ho saw the canal already built antI theurgosloa of the world passim through It In pence and amity He saw III tho Immense evolution of American trade the fulfillment of all hIs dreams tho reward of all his labors lie was I need not 8dlIn ardent protec tionist never more sincere and vdevoted than during those last days of his life Ha regarded reciprocity aa the bulwark of protection not a breach but a fulfill ment of the law The treaties which for four yearn hail binri preparing under his personal uprvl H n be retarded a ancillary to th general scheme He was op t oied to any rnvolutloimry plan of change In the existing Ifclslutlon He was care ful to point out that everything he had done was In faithful compliance with tile law Itself HiS LAST SPEECH In that mood of high hop of generous expectation he went to Iluffalo and there on the lhr hold of eternity he delivered that memorable speech worthy for its loftiness of wuie Its iiiameieea morality UN breadth of view to be regarded all lila ttmtamfnt tu the nation Through all hM pride of country and his Joy of Its success nil tlh hole of solemn warning III In Kiplings noble hymn bst we forget Our capacity lo produce has developed so enormously and our products have o multiplied that the problem of more mar kIn rerjulre our urgent unit Immediate attention Only a broad and enlightened polIcy will keep what we lies No other policy will get morn In these times of marvelous business energy arid gaIn wa ought to be looking lo the future strengthening the weak place In our In UiiBtrlul and commercial systems that we may be ready for any storm or strain liy unenslhule trade arrangement which will not Interrupt our home prod Ilon we shall extend the outlets for our increasing surplus A system which provide a mutual exchange of commiKlllle Is manifest ly essential to the continued and JieHlthfu1 growth of our export trade We rnuat not raos In fancied security that we can forever sell everything and buy utile or nothing If such a thing Were possible It I would not be boat for uc or for those with whom we deal Heclproclty is the natural outgrowth of our wonderful industrial development under the domentM policy now firmly established Thn period of excuaveti M is iwst The ex pensIon of our trade and commerce Is the prennlng problem Commercial wars are unt rofltable A policy of Macut wilt and friendly trade relations will prevent re prliMtla lleclproclly treaties ate tn liar tnony with the spirit of the timee mess- ores of rrlalliitloii sri no I wish I had time to rlirt the whole of this wise unit weighty speech Nothing I might say could give such n picture of the prvaMents in I ml nrwl charaoter ills year of aiipretitkwahlp haul barn vervwdr lIt j stood that day past master of the an statesmanship lie had nothing more tuk of the people lIe owed them 10I ing tail truth and faithful serve = i 00 iart were pursed of the tatlnn uhlcl beaet all men engaged In the BtniKgle to survIve In view of this revelation nf Ida nature vouchHafed to tluit tar sail the fate which UIII over him we can only say In deep lull and solemn AWe Hlned are pure III heart for they shall see 0l1liiKveii for that rtslon hll was not unI worthInext day- aletl the bolt of doom and for n week after In an agony of dread broken by Illusive KllinrwH of hope that our prayers might be anawerml tlw nation wallad for the end Nothing III the glorious life that wr saw gradually waning was more ad rl1Tbenary vengeance Dont let them hurt htm Ids chivalrous care that the news should be broken gently to his wlfa the line courtesy with which he apologised for the dame which his death would bring ta the greet exhibition and the he roll resignation of his final word It Is Ood way hils will not ours be IoneIwere all the Instlpctlv expressions nature so lofty and ro pure that pride In tin nobility at once softened end enhanced the nation sips of lose The republic grieved over Much a son but Is proud forever of bavin produced him After all In spite of Its tragic ending his life was extraordinarily happy lie had all hIs tIny troop of friends the cheer of fame mind fruitful labor anti he became at last On fortunes crowning shApe The pillar of a people hope The center of a world desire Ifs was fortunate even In his untimely death for an event so tragtml called the world Imperatively to the Immediate study of lila IICo nnd character antI thus antici I pated the sure praises of posterity livery young anti growing 1peopl has to meet at moments the problems of Its destiny Whether the question cornea as In Kgypt from u sphinx symbol of the hostile forces of omnipotent nature who punishes with Instant death our failure to understand her meaning or whether It corneR as In Jerusalem from tho Lord of tllosta who commands the building of hits temple It conies always with the warning that the vast Is past and experience vain Your fathers where are they and thin prophet do they live forever The fathers ore dead the prophets are silent the questions are few ajiJ have no an swer but In Him When this horny outside case which pro leels the Infancy of a chrysalis nation suddenly bursts and In a single abrupt shock It hinds Itself floating on wings which hall not existed before whoso strength It has never tested among dun RIT It cannot foresee and Is without ex perience to measure every motion Is a problem anti every hesitation may be an error The past gives no clew to the fu ture The fathers where are they anti the prophet do they live forever Wa are otlrMlven tile father We are our selves the prophets The questions that Dr put lo us we must answer without de lay without help for the sphinx allows no ope to iias- aTHEGENIUS OF PATIENCE At jmeh moments which have already occurred at least twice In the brief his tory of our own lives we may be humbly grateful to have hal leaders simple In mlmUjclcar In vision as far oil human vision can safely extend penetrating In knowledge of men tupnle anti tlvxlblo un tier the strains and pressure of aocletyi liwtluct with the en of hew life and untried Klrength cautious calm and above nil wfted In n supreme degree with tb most surely victorious of all political virtue the genius of Infinite patience The fllivloun elemtnts which enter Into th fflie on luiitlIcman urefew end It Ito IIIMO rotbnltl The man who tills n griht station In a period of change who Ihlhlll country successfully through a tIme Af crlnls who liy his iower of per sundlng and controlling others has been Mile to command UM best thought of his at1 so na Id leave 1U country In it moral OC rruiterlal Condition In advance of where he omul It such n mans ppsltlon In hU tory Is secure If In addition ta this his writtenor sPoken words i ossess the subtle quality which lnrry thorn for anU then In mens heffru antI mont than all If his utterances nnd actions while Irr yettitigedthe tamp of such unuin will shIne Jlkd n beacon thjonvh thfi mist of ages an ob ject of rev lIce of Imitation mid of love It should be to its at bacnslon of solemn pride Unit II the three great crUesot oirBmii a mip YIi not denied us The moral o vte a nation of a rtnown such as ruigtpii and Lincolns nnd McKlnloyi h brfyoi nil computation Nd lofiltr JItIuI cnn be Mil up to the emula tlon of Ingnuous youth With such v011111we cannot he wholly Ignoble Orotefula we maybe for what they did lot us be sI more grateful for what they were While our dally being our public Policies Htlll feel the Inlluencc of their work let UK pray that In our spirits their lives may be voluble calling un upward and onward There 1s not one ofus but fcfls prouder of his native and ecause the august fig lIlIIIfor It no one but must teCh his devotion for hils country renewed and kindled when he remembers how Mel lnley loved rever ed and served It showed In lila life howa citizen should live and In hIs last hour taught til how ascntlcnian could die tI I 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON xi FIRST QUARTER iNTER- NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 10 Text of Ilir Iiesiii rl vlll iiiiMemory VpmeM H Iaihilri Text Itiiiuui x luel1nIrIrrlcr-h llrv II SI Slrnnis l 14 10 Aatrrlfin PrH Mct ti n IIRlajIIl1toI nays Peter anil John preached tho Kurd nf tin Inhl In Snuiitrin mid then on their way btlik to IrnlMllrlll proarhcd till gospel III iiidnjr village of duo Siiuiaritnni They evidently left Philip busy in the tnhlst itn great work In Saiiiurhl and Vhllo eon tinuing faithfully tu prcucJi Tirit u mos enner from heaven In stilt to htm 0111I iiuinillng him I ii leave Siinwrla aaid BO down to time tlewrt way whhli nan be tween IiTiiwilcjii and iazu It ifrny buve seemed a Htranga nnd iinroaHiimblo thing to Jeavt n great work and go 114 n desert I wlwnIj with toil Iim list ho willing uiul obedient j 2u US And IIP aro e anal wiut mid bohoM u man of Kthioplu who lint come to tcrusulcm fur tp wondilp wni return lag and silting In hilhllflll rtuii- FIitiMe the prnphrt I lore turn Is tho rwimn of the angels vIsit tu Philip 5od saw th Imugcriug soul of Jhfc mini of great authority under the queen iirKtBln pin nnd He would nullify that lodging Mini antI Ihillp the faithful mossitigor In Samaria itna tin osell iod knxw that lit hail a prompt nhdohcdtcut svrvanl In Philip uItjillluilIi j kit At Stitnaria mi angel upoki tu him now tin Holy S I irit hells him whnt to di I All to tilt Spirit MiilJnK to liullovors cit chapters x Ill xl 11 xiii 2 xvll j and ooinMir llw iironrtfts InJnhn slv Lit xv 28 sl IS Ill Psi1uit fur tu Itu hear till Voice of tle Spirit hud ly Killdnl ly Him Set R1 i leo Xlx U I i I hal lies pijiiiinvd thnt IIi will Ktiroly gnhle liiaeipit tPg xsxil SI and I IH llevo lie jfuiderffu mioor other of thulc- owayslay ilin Spirit tlrrriliIi Ills word If neriMuiiy by Ills Spirit aplrt from liLt byhilife A ufUpT rouRht to be iVSplrlt iilloJ stud Spirit ftiuUiiIJM ierim antisuite God dimireM 1t WilD I can hinder but nit IIblIIIIIIIIlhilill lII1U1 rcdvr tHiHlot thotj w iat tin j reo what ptitun Oml will itll miM out to understand I lIe nklI lie sees that denlreIn till and rfmeinljtr how time 11111111 onthe rwn rrert ion day took two or three hours to open the Scriptures to those two who were slow of heart to believe 1 1 like xxlv rl May lila IxUicllre be ours 31 He desired Philip thnt ho would come uy antI sit with him The tren nrer of the qnwn was a great man nnd nt thIs time riding III his chariot While Phiyp was Poor anti probably hail the Hppteronco of a wayworn tntveler yet MJehnw tnmllally lie U received by the man of nutlfrlty Many tiiessats have beq n unximketi amid letters unwritten wlikh lie Spirit line whispered 1IOItH mine timid ronl hm feared rebuke It is utica to obey results are tho IxirdV See Jor I 70 112 Ct lIt wan jetditi t t tome one who hull bwn crtiolly III treated hut like n lamb or n iieep was dumb Jiefore his pinvvriitoni one from whom Justice wns taken away und 4vho wits dually slain The story Is so fandltar to li that It does not nIoct Itl 3e linvnIienrd it trout the proplipta vhof trt told It timid iu the gospels from thosv who lutuully wit nenfoil the fulflllment of the prophecies We knoworprofesS tii know Illm of whom the prnphMs tipakp who fulfilled every proplury concerning Ill humilia tion hut hew miiih do we care This1 nina rent with interest and astonishment pcrlmp for OIl first time There are many who have never read of Him be catiKe thosO put in trust with tho gospel Pave not Ixtii faithful to their trnst Contrast Ruin r 14Id 1 Thaws iiH 34 Ti Then Philip openwl his month nnd bgnii at 1tSunlit Scriirtiiro and preachotl unto II11 Tills he tlll In rIb to tin citnuihH question 4Of whom sjienkpth till prophet tliUl Phil ip lid not tVZttC any time on the style of the prophet or Oil the posMhillty 6f there living two Ixntith i aeh of wlmtn wrote part of the Ix ok neIther did he so much as hint nt the Impossibility of any olio writimjOf thing TOO ydlis before they lm Iionei hut Iron this and other Scrip tures ho muIo plnln the truth concornliiK Jesus 31 37 I believe that Jean Christ is the Sounf nod Compare the confes dons of Peter unit Martha In Matt xvi UJ Johnxl 27 nnd note I loliii v 1- 1hUlUI1 Lelipveth thnt Tcstw Is the of Ood Unless you liavt with and led to ChrUt a soul really hungry tom the truth you cannot underatamU Philip joy as he by the SplrlfJ opened time Serlpttues nlid saw thU nYin dilnh lt nil III nnd then ask to be Impttxcd Truly the Iord Himself was with tuom iMitt xvill IW and the Spirit wroitBht Rliirioiisly With the heatt mnn helievrth 111110 rlshteousness nnd with tIll mStilli eon tesliin Is made unto jinlvatlflti iTCom x 101 Tin1 enmuh hind lH ll Veil in lib heitrt nml confessod wfh hIs mouth rnd wns nliltc ready for n fur thor public confession Jieforc all his mv v ftntu for donttle is there were many with hlnl IS Kl rlie Spirit of Jill Lord raucht away Philip that the cumuli smite htm mie more aod ho went on hils way rejoicing How Ktrumc tie whole thing must bavin cotiiioil to I 1 driver of tho chariot all tho rout of the company the MraiiKi Invited Jq with their mnsier the ttirtiONt cnDIIlhlnthlhaptlKllt the imddeiic illr ilpearnnco of the strangar nnd their mastecV now joy which no dpitbt be t M theta all aliout nail tin qliopn to 5 when he nrrlvcji hotiio lit- Ioiil by Pblllp wrotmht n great work tlmt dny nnd some tjmo we hilly hear thin Koquyl ttbU story trout the lips of tho bimsdf I am Sure that Phil Ip Wit find has 11Itn tnutmuy il time itll that be was so pronfpt anti obedient How fiat Spirit of the Ixird caught him awily I know unit but Ultovo that hay- Ing finished tile work ho mtpcrnaturnlly diwtppenrtfd 10 LMilllr was found nt Azotus nnd paivllig through ho preached In all the cltloM till he como to Cesaren ihuls last lilnee FtouiHto have bevn Ill ill 111 home and n cliuivh was gathered there Acts xxI S xvii 22 It matters dot whether we find Philip in Samaria or In I the chariot or goIng front place to place I ho Is ever prcachluc Christ a I RELIGIOUS HO GHT Guia nieaned Prom the Teaching of All Deiioiiilimtloim Disobedience ltbc spirit of nit aroliy llev lr HownrU A Jolinsron IrcHliytcrlnn Now YotkaA Strong hllielITito stroiitfcfit 8111111IJr our duet inaglHtrale U the love and devotion lit Ills fellow rltloiiR Cnrdliml lillilKJiiH Honinii Catholic Riltlnmr- eIrnlt r at lain GtII roHlt gympatliy UlndiiCHS K n IthIIISIItlws nrc the fruits pf lain r anil without pain they ucycr nwli ntIjpost growth Itev A L Vlldyr IJplT copalliui Atlanta tin I thu rnnfjo of inrins vision for he there etnndtr niv on the plnue of bumntilty to IttunlIto the level of OodHev r Qullllnn Methodist Atlanta Qa n How In Cure thu tirila Remain at Jiomo Bud taKb Chamberlains Cough Remedy as dl reeled and a quick rocovety is sure to anytendencymonia which ideally the only serious darfger Among tens of tbous ands who hare used it for the grip reporte1flintE WEiuu JRnT r 1 Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks Scliooli i Icooiu who board themselves ran rpAi l nj much orItttleu I tliejr chooscon ilvfDKozpcywfi It p yiti have a little qxtra monpyjpnlc true book and othrrthlugt Hut Inentccstmry exiatneareonlvunfo1lows f i f fa PiT the dm day HOWARD inDrva HAU HML1School rtncltlental Fee 1460 110Ex hospItal Ipenwa Booklc tnr TOUt 200 W Ocncral lJtlotlU 110 i oo Utlqclc h 00 J Ml FuelandOhi 210 S 00 Rent 01 laundry iO Klnt Jlonltig Hoard 5 00 S 00 1Jig l7 Sthe terijdniiipriiwi i so 2d Mo Board 6 CO S 00 IBeKhllllng 3d Mo Board S 0 15 00 I S5S 7t Gcnl Deposit returned 1 po 1 OQ Total Expenief liilVoeki 37l7 37 73 Fpr tho e below A Grammar deduct Uita t Pun boot and ll from Incidental fee mAkug this total only 8317 k When tour girls room together each eaVcii room and 91 or more on fuel making the total only 2173 If classed below A Grammar j Fuel irSO cents more In Winter anjU utr lets In Spring term Two room for houMkccpIne with toTej etb t ITheIM Orlfipe Uulckly Cured In therwintqr of 1898 ad lSfljJ was akeu down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe pays F L Hewett a prominent druggist of Winfield IIIliTho only medicine I used was two bottles of Chatriborlijinfl Cough Remedy It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic and I have ndversfuce been troubled with Grippe Chamberlaina Cough Remedy can always be depended on to breakup ageverecoldandwnrjl off any threatened attack of rJnou mania It is pleasant to take too which makes it tim most desirable awl onO of the most popular in igf for these ailments For sale by S E t WELCH Jih LOUISVILLE i HENDERSON 8 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS IWTWK- HtfLouisville S and Sti Louis Parlor Cats on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trainsto ror rates ant further Information Addrrf x L J IRWIN a p A i 1 LOUISVILLE KY 1 I i THE CITIZEN I fmmm If YOU Dorit Ow- eAnything else you owo protection to a possible widowa debt that MAY fall due any dayand you owo Support to the old man that youre suro to bo if you dont die too son And the best way to provide for both of these debts la through policy with 1111111 I 1199 The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky L Its Now Perfection Policy cr its Three Per cent Gold Endow meat Bond Give us a call C MUCK Jr Sprrlnl Agent 1JSlnte Hank and Triinl Illile IUelllnI Ky W It OUT Kit IIII rid Agent llrriK ItnnkliiK Compnny e llrmi Ky r r BUY THE NiESEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who ad vertigo a 6000 Machine for 12000 Thtaklndofninachinecnu- be bought from us or any of our dealers front 1500 to 1800 I WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The reed determines the strength 01 weakness of Sewing lu Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the Xetr Home tho best Sewing Machine to buy I WnteJor CIRCULARS howlntr the Hewing ferent styles dlrt re manufacture and prices before purcbailaf FHE NEW HOME ZEWIK6 MACHINE ORANOr MASS Union Bq N Y Chicago IlL Atlanta Qfu- It Louis Mo DallaTeiBan KroncUco Ot FOR SALE BY CO lleboIasTllla Ky tiSISCO THE MARKETS BErORTCD RT A O NORMAN i OO CINCINNATI Mar U CATTLE Common 4250 ffi 365 660IICALvesChoico600 650 Large Common 00 60- 0HootCommono625 625 Fair good ligHt5GO 600 Packing OSa M 650 SHEEP Good to choice 425 500 Common to fair250 415 LAMBS Good to choice600 685 Common to fair475 565- WpEATNo 2 Red 861 I UoaNNo 2 mixed New G21 6a OATSNo 2 45 lb RYENo 2 a 61 FLOOR Winter patent 380 410 II fancy 850 j 365 II Fproily300 380 MILL FEED1800 2100 HAT No Timothy 1250 1300 II No2II 11001l25II No 1 Clover 050 M 975 No2II 800 950V- POOLTBY Fryers lb 12 t 10JboostersTurkey hens II J2 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks Eoas Fresh near by 1 U Goose no HIDES Wot salted 7 II No 1 dry salt 10- II Bull 61II Sheep skins 60 TALLOW Prime city 6J 6 II Country 5J Q G WOOL Unwashed medium combing 18 Washed llongc 171 91 Tub washe 2j FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 4 gray to average 38Q 4 Duckcolored to white 35 J Chicken white nc quills 18 Turkey body dry f 12 j Til I try Tu Feel Good Couutless thousands have found I blessing to thq body in Dr King t Now Life Pills which positively cur Constipation Sick Headache Dizzi ness Jaundice Malaria Fever an Ague and all Liver and troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or weaken Only 25c at all drug stores NN1NN NNNN 1NN NN rI I LOCAL AND PERSONAL- s N N N NNNNNNNNN NNNNN t Tho bluo birds and robins nro hero Now is tho time to mend fences and plan gardens Messrs Tosh Leahy and Hazeu left on Monday for St Louis Mo- W C Kelly is not in school thi term His postollico is Paint Lick Misses Bessie and Lou Flanery loft on Monday for their home in Ma jor James Sherudon Cherry has left school nnd gone to his homo iti Tole do 0- Bom Monday March 10 to Mr and Mrs C Kexford Raymond a daughter ProC J W Carnahan and family loft Friday for Toledo 0 where they go to reside Real estate bought or sold Prompt attontion terms reasonable Jt W HOSKINS Bores Ky Marshal Tatum says that Chesnnt Avenue is to hare a thorough repair fag with broken lime rock J M Early has purchased piano for the nso of his children who nreI taking lessons in music Mr nUll Mrs Bert Coddington re turned home Tuesday froni n visit to relatives at Scaffold Cane Burdetto C Sous are putting in a new boiler and adding more woodworking machinery to their mill The spring session of the public schools opened Monday Miss Tudor and Miss Hayes teachers Miss Ellen Click has left tho hospi tal having recovered somewhat from her recent illness Mrs George Settle who has bon seriously ill for sons time was taken to the College hospital last Thursday Miss Caroline RAlmr left Monday for her home in Jamestown N Y Miss Van porno accompanied her on her journey Robert son of S C Sharp is not so well More of the bone of tho thigh has had to bd amputated The boy has suffered much Brother Derthick has returned to Jackson county this week Ho re ports a good meeting in progress at Hillards schoolhouse Miss Rebecca Bolen daughter of Hiram Bolen of near W allaceton died Friday night firmly trusting in Christ for life eternal Attorneys Cobb Smith Sullivan and Wells of Richmond wero in town Monday to take depositions in the Todd Deatberago case Miss Margaret Ann Jones and Robert Clements both of Befea wore married last Thursday at the homo of the bride Mrs tItK Pasco who has been waiting upon her daughter Mrs Gould of ETuntloy 111 who has been sick returned home FridayIt Mrs K U Putnam has vacated the Lester House and is occupying the rooms at Mr Duncan recently oc cupied by Prof J W Camahan and family Rev C L Sturgill pastor of the Methodist Church of Wallaceton is nightthiswhite Rev C L Sturgill pastor of tho Methodist Church Wall n cot on preached at thedistrictschoolhouse white Friday night and Sunday of tornoon to good congregations The following young men because ot increasing skill have an advance in wages for their carpentry work for the Spring Term Walter Robo Jas Titus W R Racer Ralph Trego Stanley Damon and R J Smith If the sidewalk on post ollico block fronting on Main Street was six or eight feet wider the loungers and loafers would not bo annoyed so much 5by ladies and others who wish to use that thoroughfare The following young men on ac count of their superior industry and skill have been appointed student foremen for the College Farm Wm Flanory James M Early D W Smith and Walter Washburn Elijah Logan who has been so long sick from consumption died Saturday evening Tho funeral service was on Sunday evening at 230 p mat Sec ond Church conducted by Brother Dcrthiek Burial at Berea cemetery 1While the spring term will not bo so largely attended as the winter a much larger number than over before 5are planning to stay through to Com mencemout Day had many new Students are coming in Wednesdaaattended the Student Volunteer sionary Convention of the Internation magnihficent m a TilE CITIZEN is indebted to Mr H C Kinuard for the loan of a copy of e The Kentucky Jlegister of Deeombc 27 1878 from which wero gathered tho items for our article Madison County 18781002 in another col limn Rev A P Smith wont to Corinth f Chapel Crooked Crook Thursday to rolturned Monday and reports two con fitterspersons who asked for prayers o tho church G P MoDauiol of Burning Springs father of Ransom and Thos McDuniol former students at Boron who we reported last week as dying suddenly from paralysis came to his death through violence It is report ed that Israel Sparks has boon arrest od und charged with tho murder OUR COUNTY NEWS Rev J W McGnrvoy JroC Rich mond has been called to tho pastorate of Antioch Disciple Church near MillionMr T McCliutock Into assistant postmaster at Richmond left Olt Mon day for New York where ho lute u lu crative position Circuit Judge T J Scott was un able to hold court at Nicholas ill 0 this term on account of illness J utlgn Prior presided in his stead Tho proposed rural free postal de livery route out of Richmond to Poosey and return will not Mendel by Splcinlgeut UitlilllI The rummage sale hold dnriug the past week for tho benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary was a success Up wards of S12ii was cleared by tho sale The place now used as a cemetery by the colored peoplo of Richmond was condemned by tho City Council at its last mooting It cannot longer be used as a place of burial County Attorney J Tovis Cobb and Attorney W S Moborloy of Rich mond went to Frankfort last week to petition tho Legislature to change the dates for Circuit Court in Madison county The dates asked for ore third Monday in February third Monday in May third Monday in October ami first Monday in December Dangrrof Cold and Iji flrlpiw The greatest danger from cold and la grippe is their resulting in pneu monia If reasonable rare is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will lw avoided Among the tens of thousands who have uned this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a singla case having resulted in pneu Ionia which shown conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will curp n cold or- an attack of la grippo in less timo than any other treatment It is pleas ant and safe to take For tale by S E WELCH J- aFOR SALE A Fine opening for a Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horse Lone Bod ley double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically new with edger and cutoff sawn com plete The capacity of tho mill is from 8000 to 15000 feet n day Tho mill is on Clear Crook Rockcnstlo county arid is set to a fine body oT timber of 2500000 to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor health of tho owners For price and terms apply to H BLAZER C COI Conway Ky When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach S Liver Tablets Theywil cleanso your stomach improve you appetite and make you fool like n ne man They are easy to take bein sugar coated and pleasant in effect For sale by S E WELCH Jit ts nt t fl tw rCORRESPONDENCE j i BREATHITT COUNTY ATHOL Circuit Court is in session Quit a number of indictments have been found some for murder Through the melting of the snow tho rivet took a rise and rondo a tide much larger than beroroA W Huff came up- from Valley View last week and stop ped hero He reports Q good price for logs with a good prospect for an advance in prices Quito a largo number of rafts have boon run on tho recent tides and timber business lu brisk f OWSLEY COUNTY IGABBARD Mr James B Boliu and brother Isaac of Eversolo visited relatives at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Vol Taylor of Coukliug visited Mr and Mrs C B Moore Saturday and Sunday II H Rico of Buffalo will soon build on his farm which ho pur Floydfbo a great deal of Imlp to the people of Indian Creek Tho deepest snow of tho season toll Tuesday hall Wed nesday being about 16 inches deep J IGabbard was in Clay county last week on IllainedATian Barrett has moved to Ezekiol Roses farm on South Fork RiverLincolu Bowling pf Evorsolo was hero Thursday on business Born to Mr and Mrs Al bert States of Wolf Creek n son Hurrah for TilE CITIZEN and its many readers MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWH The Trust Company has appointed Mr Miller Davidson us superintend out at Silver Creek to succeed Mr O W OntesMiss Maggie Gentry has gone to Covingtou to work in the fam fly of Mr John 0 Dl1yTho Baptist Suudnymthool nt ievtontown have appointed thtl fifth Sunday in March as tho tiny to raise money for foreign missions Hiimey Harris son of Mr and Mm Curry Harris is very illlit his hone Sidney Blythe who him j been Very sick is improving C P Buruam aud Lovell Gentry spout ElizaIChnilllwraMrs F E Campbell Mrs Susie Miller nud Mrs llettie Warner visited Mrs L W Mason Sunday even IugMrs Martlm Biirnam Mrs Louisa Peyton and Mm Sallie Haines spout Sunday evening visiting our sick people ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA There was preaching nt tho Baptist church at Clear Creek March 12 Mrs Eliza King of Davis Branch died from consumption Feb 20 She lumen three little children who have our deojMwt ttympathy Rev Dan Phelps of Cartersville Is visiting friends in this neighborhood Hev J W Lambert of Boone visited friends on Clear Crook last weekF Mullins of Withers is visiting his brother Willie Mullius of this place Edward Roberts and tilster Miss Martha who have been attending Berea College have returned Miss Gracie Clark visited friend at Borea Saturday Henry Martin is very low with consumption anti not oxjwcted to live James Hammond went to Richmond last weekOeo Thomas of this place and Miss Maxlo Mober ly of Clay county were married at tho home of the bride last week Messrs Luther and Willie Hewlett Isaac Martin and Miss Parrio Leo Abney visited your correspondent and siHtor4 Sunday Sill Shearer who went to Nicholasvillo in December bas returned homeWo arc glad to announce that Mrs Susan Shearer who has been very sick is sauna hotter Mrs James Baker jli very sickat this wriliugMrs Miller who has been wick for several days is cams bettor Miss Rosa Evans is visiting her uncle MarshuJ Swlnford andfam ily this week Your correspondent and sister visile Mr and Mrs John Anglin Monday evening ROCKFORD The snow has gone but tho mud is still hero Hauling of nil kinds has stopped except families moving Died Feb 27 tho infant son of Wal ter and Lizzie Vivre The buried was at Scaffold Cane cemeteryJosoph Lovott has moved to Madison county Janice Grant is expecting to move dayssGrandma Northern is very Sheris 92 years Some nailgto the railroad on every mail day without foil GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK J Walker bought a line mule at Richmond last Court DAyThoC- hristian Aid Society mot last Friday night Tho subject discussed was bestohome for tho Negro The allirmative was given tho victory Miss Susie Mitchell and brother wore hero shop ping Saturday Mr and Mrs Wm Ballard spent Sunday with Miss L Wallace Miss Emma Kennedy who has bees so loug nick died Sunday at 6 p tnMessrs E Faulkner and T Lowell were guests of Mr G W Lackey SundayC11 Burnam lens the guest of Miss Mamie Boasley Jtfst Sunday t t r LC01IOLIN MEDICINE REASONS WHY IT HAS AN EVIL EF FECT ON THE DICK g It In Ilrrlnrril to Hi nit Irritant Iol kiin of tlrrnl Irutiil to Ctinmnnr hNIIt iS Itnrclrarlar and Irr rrrl Iliiirlliin There no provision made In Uie hnnuin vounoiny fur tho totonitlun of alcohol It an Irritant poson of great nmRiiltUile front which no one win encnpe Imeaimo It aggravate the comlltlon whleh 1tllI given to relieve btUdcH cn ntlng nn Hppetlto fur Itself whleh otherwise would not uxlt rayS Alice H Oninpbull D D In Tho Union Signal AleulMil U hot acted upon by tho gus tee Juke hilt IK curried through the pyatem nimlterctl In Its character by nintnct with lilt vitriolic vccrctlonti of the hotly It ennnot therefore IHI an dlmllatiM consequently does nut enter Into the vuiiMtltueiit proportlen of the body duet whlclriB not nsnImllHted cannot be counte I nM fowl IH UO It does not reiwlr wat te mid Is Imklnr In tuiHtnln Ing iowur Alcohol nimi Beneraten lit fill enenry but the cute of menu U ertlnuited by Its omlurluK qua lit rho spirit of strength which alcohol glvtm h ilevltnlUlng leaving the system weaker than tt tonsil It being Imced upon that law of phyiUcK whlrli de clnrrK that action sad raictlon are al waLs wpinl- AlixilMil can iwver be a tneilletno be eniise Hu ml lull to eoiwuluit sub Klnnce hnnleii tlM slat penrrrt funs lion haoswdlR no e Bi euwtln bwie In It uiallfrtMiit imtkirv Only tillI unwtenUAc mlinl wilt prescribe bol ther belnic iieltber sense nor Ml1lIcllII exiMvtlni R MluUry aLtndinlnUinitton AlcoUid nuty teinKin till jwllUw lain It nerwr cured Ote OHHMI eomlltloMH IMlltatlon In slwajrn foltowtHl by a rcNttfan which Intro dare cnm lleiitloiM foreign to the c11se and mere tuxlnic to till vltMlltjr than the ftrUrlnnl trouble a Iillug fuel to ftrrAlrobol thlI is n tale frlriHl Kvtni emrrwDpy It nevw rvr tl n iMtlmt that thee was not oamHWnir letter ndniti to the mw Honftklnv more pnnmnrnt In Its p wer tar guoA could liar torn gIVII anti to wblrli ue aftir effort would attached herauet n 11111prcn wong thing TN durtor who prefujrlbcn alA hnl tu any abnpe denionotml ties anon ef the nature of dlsaso and the ftIturt of cure A nick IMTXHI la In or Iran of a itrfcotlvo wish of health han taw rfwIrtflHcv tu unfavorable In tlwnrM RAIl boohl be teo rljr 1itertnl from lianoful rinks h ngimwilve InUaniwnturr ned IntoMrI nut In UK effert on tUe human body Mol r tOO tint a the umlrr n drfertlTe btriler and we nil know what hapless to the tiotler Tile doctrln of total nbaUiiwipe tent atmlM under all etmtutanrr IK tact the PrIshlw ef iH HttmHt or belief It U 1uatrl mi NdeHUtlr truth borne out by neruuinbiteil tarts Ihniugli fXIHln ment and oxlattire olmirratlnn All aaxertlnmt to the eontrnrjr niriitc from either n willful InhdWerprefltlouat- Uri truth or H roM eullMlito lyidln exeuMl k Ignorance After an axis rlettei or thlrtVfour ywin HtiblaWsl by prejudice Making only KtibstaMtlal Sets I am coiiitolled to My tlut nice hoi oectiplra no Icgttlmajo place In inedldna unit RnrnprrilMnn IVnnlr A Chlmgo Miloon man WU ear ed the pennies whleh Imve Ixen drop ped Into Ida till with other tatiey dur lug the HUt two years deposited OTtiKiO of them IIi the bank recently wiyn The Iljlon Signal Who win estimate the inlfcry and grief Involvwl In eneh one of those iwnnlM None but the drunk arils wlfo nnd the IrnuUnnlH child who here tlnlH deplird of their roof Jnid and Wiirmth wntl love The Illy of 1f1Ilft- In the eourteof mr travel happinfcl one Iii y To lit Ida city IIPml dicta owayt I liked lu npiirtruiiM ana ml up mr 0 njlwt Thnt awh11 I woulfl stay U nttroolloni Tit and jI strolled through a neatly iwvd clean IIUItnet- Flnd will nolMM of ImMiiMH and ptttir r tit tttt The people though tmy eeemsd happy Ray And wont nt they work In satienol way i nSaid I to myself lle very nul town That Ive v ruek whtrethapeople Xont frownMare troubleor cailnofci or wall Like the place up abQV where we all hope to so I woke from my rev rlo deep Just to see A lirlHlit looking olllccr walking tov nl me Ilenvunihb club gayljr and whtatleil n tuod At ovjdtntlj happy ns birds nro In Junera I called out to him and bed oned him nIgh For I wanted to find out the real reason why All thltift seemed so coojlln this part of the IaIsAnd I asked him this queitlon while slak lag hIs hand Now trlnll will you tell mo Im iinx- loui fb WhYlhlrlJlIln this city just seem to bo soy lie mnllcd as no ntiswtrcd and near struck a mo dumb AB ho pro dly said Well sor we dont low no rum Ah the light then broke oer mot I then sawn cure For the uiodtri Gomorrah and one that wuj hureTVij mlxht 8I1v our olty and avo It right soon It onte wp wore rid otth4 liquor saloon AS Bruselinl New Voice RELIGIOUS THOUGHT firm Olriinrit From tlir Trnclilnn uf All Henvinlnntlonii- Nolilo llvlnjj In the hnHIII of an Imper iHlinlilo faltlillev It A White Unl verwilUt riilcnxn II xut Conlrnt Wo miibt not lc content to lone nn there is a until iiHlrny tram Oo1ItI INiirve IMtiuh CoiiKrcKotloimllHt Olil onjjo Ann roll Anarchy mntlilctiH the brain tmnlcnn the liitnrt lead paralyzes the moral nn tllnItl J Woiilej Hulllvnn nail tlst Philadelphia lrrinri Pur the Iortli The hour of our redemption Is draw IIIR near nml the peoples nf the earth nlmulil In ready to meet their Maker Rer1 H Simpson Kvaiigelliit what h Imrrrf Ior what Is prayer It In the sweet refrain of Ute Brent ICMUIIH thnt Christ taught lie In his life Itev George U Iurker Methodist Currollton TJ- IlUurnrrnlril Jinn IleKenenilcd turn will make n regen erated Hoclety Tlio only pmvrr thnt roe do thin Is the gnslw1Rev Dr J It Kunkln Inltctl IrvMliytorlan Den llrllnliin and Tlirolitur The epenco of religion Is always the me hut theology In subject to eon RUnt clmtiKP llcv Dr Jeonje II Mipwofili CongrcgatlonallM New York XIII p lro ISwh person meet know Ood Ho Inuit make the Investigation steno I In cflnnut belong to iOil hy proxy111v JIUIIfII MeUllMiT ChrUtlan Church St ItlllH UfOlhI le no scene of unrulltived nllllctlon The world In uplrltnnlly tidier for Its martyrdom Cntxm Hcuxon Anglican ChiKXli tlnd Ilrnlr Poverty 11 do Imdly by n man tint plenty ran do worm Poverty call make a man n thief and a Mniphemer but tally ran mnko a man forget ial- Itesieseph A Vance InHUytcrlau Ctdca4w- Iht Ilir Irnpl Need That cry of the eople U not for the whit diuilmnuuH garment but for Hand itilMUintlHl clothing made of wool wbkn they can wear down hen Krv deft Hu U Wright Unltar un New York Mnrrril nuns TH Imllet box ISIS clot relation UlllrhuIanew nf e4nl redemption an the 11111- 111In r proOtfc I1 Ucknwu Sletbo hen York ti Von Kniivr Yniir Sin Tbt hart that wo do nut fevl thin sin ftiliHwn of lr own chic Is no reflection mpilMt tits arrtimey of our moral rcn MlblUiUM Wo enutiot MV what we do not look ntItev hares II lark bUNt Pnwliytcrlan New York IIU nnil star- Tho Old Tentuuiunt cannot be under stood without tho Now The New Mat understood In ronnectlon with the OkL This whole Bible III or ought to Ie our iiiodt couxtant Htiuly ltev ProftMor C V Anthony MethodUt Denver Ilii lain trpr ThnuT No nmn would date to pray fn meet ing the following prayer Loci scud MiiiulxMly else to do all the hard work null let me do little or nothing Audi yet manr do puny thin very prayer by their actions whtuti mnak louder than wonlrituv Dr Uoltzclaw Baptist Atlanta tin Kin U that In scan either of thought motive or net which Is contrary to or out of harmony with tho vharaeter of Pal and when I do a devil or have u thought or am hUl olled by a motive tat Inline with the will of tied I nm guilty of kill and that Is the thing and the only thing In nil title unlver o which Cool lintoH Ilov Oliver John IniNbytvrlan Leslie 8 C flotli Lore Atones Htitldehem ciitlineinnno Calvary and Olivet are Jodg love stories with which ho In touuhlug the hearts of men and drawing them to himself In every bloody sweat drop In CJethnenmne struggle we feel the warni heart bent of the eternal In every dying groan amid Calvaryx darkness we hear the sweet voice of our Father loveltev T b OKelly Haptlst Atlanta Wlinl Jlonrj Innnnt liny In our material ago multitudes of x ople get It Into their heads that mon ey eel buy anything Jilt It In nut true Money cannot buy ImiliiH It cannot buy common souse of health or love or n conientiil mind ors peaceful con deuce One might make n catalogue columiiH long of thlngH money cilia uiot buy and they lire tho heed thlngn In the world and beyond ItItev Dr IonU A IlankH Methodlut New York riirlit Wn four The lobes M common In the 0111 Tex lament that material prosperIty the reward nfrlglitcojune8 lenua dltitliicU ly repudiated Ho himself waH coii McloiiH of doing perfectly till FatherK will Rut hu was not rich or honored but i or duxpltfed cast out and Dually put to sheath And ho taught that Ida duce wnu not exceptional that hU fol lowum night expect the sumo kind of treatment Itev Henry W Ilnkhami- ptlHt Denver U tile laurels ApnrtV Nobody who stops fpr n moment to reflect upon the condition of thin mod urn human society of which you 111111fI ace n part cuss be Inscnalblu to fact that the attitude of tho church atsCod and of the family and of Cod In reference to tho great multi lade of human beings among whom they live slid whoso urea In many ways they touch la ono of seclusion mill rcHcrve Iltahop Henry O Patter Kplscopallau New York