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JAMES M RACER An Independent WeeklyDevoted to Interests of filtered NEditor THE ROME FARM SCHOOL BO CENTS A YEAR ii IIIVOL IVAFamily Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 22 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 31 x II IDEAS Lot us combine and form a trust in the Lord JEROME Ie JEllomITo ono anothers heartache is to forgot ones ownA LINCOLN Dout lot the Sundayschool due in tho winter when It is most needed A pound of ulJushwith an ounce of talent will do greater things than a pound of talent with an ounce of push TAKE NOTICE Momboreof tho Silver Ckchnrch are notified that tho regular churc- meeting will occur Jan0 at the usu al time instead of Fob 7 All mom ten are urged to be present if pass bio R 11 NOEL Pastor There will bo no College lectur- noxt Monday in order to give ever student an opportunity to attend thsband concert at tho Tabernacle Tuesday night Tho baud will assisted by MiR Gamble soprano and Miss Larry violinist FROM THE WIDE WORLD The railroads now being built and projected in South Africa will opo up tho rich coalfield areas which wil play an important part in the worlds supply of coal Owing to tho failure of the crops and scarcity of fish Sweden is nxpori 1iicing a food famine Thirty thousand people am affected and hundreds are literally starving It will require over six million dollars to relieve these suffering thousands Judge Taft will continue as chi governor of the Philippines The president offered Judge Taft an np pointmcnt as a justico of the United States supremo court but owiug to tho earnest request of many prom rout Philippines us woll as to reuse tauco on the part of Judge Taft to leave the Islands ho will be allowedi J to remain IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A smnll volcano inactive eruption has been discovered in Utah John D Rockefeller Inns made tho princely gift of 100001 to the Young Mens Christian Association of Brooklyn N Y t The steamship St Louis reached aixIa proclamation Thursday calling on tho people o f Ohio to observe aUllaryJ with exor clues in all schools colleges and un I versilinacommousorntiroofthoslxhotanniversary A bill passed both Houses of Con gross this week which puts anthracite coal on tho free list and suspends tho duty on all kinds of coal for a period of ole yestr Tho bill was promptly signed by tho president and became a law cThegee Normal DUll Industrial Institute f for which Mr Andrew Carnegie avoI the money has boon completed built mostly by students of the school MrI Carnegie is expected to viuitTuskegee in February or 1IarchIReed Smoot a native of Kentucky and an apostle in the Mormon church has boon nominated for United States senator by the Republicans of UtahI This is practically equal to an of lion but it is to bo hoped that ho wi not bo allowed to take his neat in the Sonata rj COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Owensboro will within the nextfew weeks begin the erection of no jptthan eight flue buildings costing from SIOOOOtof000 Kentucky will have 10000 square feet of space at tho St Louis Worlds fair 1001 in which to exhibit her vari od farm and garden products The State fair which will bo hold September 21 to 21 has boon secured by Owonsboro Other competing cit lee were Louisville and Lexington Paris has accepted the conditions upon which Andrew Carnegie given 12000 for the erection of a publio library and work will begin promptly The Union Coal company which has options on a mountain of rich coal veins in Webster county is or gaulzing at Sturgis to exploit that great coal field The President has appointed Dr Qeorge W Griffiths of Louisville a member of the commission to test the fineness of the coins in reserve at the various mints t T JULIAN RALPH End Came to Noted Author and War Correspondent + t New York Now York Jan 20 Julian Ralph author and correspondent died tonight at his residence loco Dr Cal rill S May who attended Mr Ralph i gave the cause of loath as dropsy complicated with ulcer of the elomnc and enlargement of tho liver Mr Ralph was stricken with a hem orrhage while ho was acting as cor derhug war A rhago occurred atSt Louis Immediate ly attar ho had received tins appoint mont as Eastern representative at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Mr Vyof tho Now York papers He Dnilhr a am five children CourierJournal Julian Ralph was a warm friend of OnnectedI reltea at this time of laying the cornerstone of the Menll Industrial building His addresses at that time were full o f kindly foaling and encouragement UNION REVIVAL SERVICES AT THE TABERNACLE The College and Union church will unite In a aeries ot revival services beginning Fob 4 in which Dr Bur gcfts will bo assisted by tiny Howard W Pope of New Haven Conn Mr POHJ is just completing a series of Biiccessfid meetings at the lirfit Bap tilt church of Bowling Green lie I secretary of tho celebrated NORTH FlEW EXTENSION MOVEMENT Is one of the lecturers of the Mcody Bible Institute of Chicago and one of the regular platform speakers of the Northfield Summer conferences Fi is also a pastor of wide experience man of deep spiritual insight end of sweet Christian spirit ittflf you hoar him he will lane you the deep things of God A GOOD CITIZEN GONE Sunday night the 18th iust 1i Lewis CI Gabbard crossed the bo yond His departuio was no au prise as he had Leon battling uvit Durr hsng a residence of more than twenty viyn r the right on all questions pnrtaining to temperance good order and tho welllteeing of the community Ho was well informed on public matters i was deeply interested in national f lairs and was preeminently a mane I IIIIMIIUmln1rwas and delighted In tho associations clustering around his own fireside He was n member of tho Church Christ Union and but a slot time before his death there was a doI lightful service hold at his home t enable lira to partake of the tortl Supper with a number belonging to the church Ho showed deep faith faced the king of terrors with a 0llof age Ho was lore in Estill CoI from whirl ho enlisted in the 8h Ky regiment at the beginning of the war He was assigned to the 4th Ky after reenlistment and served faithfully till the conclusion of peace For several years ho had been member of Capt James West Pos G A Uof which he has been a commander He was a most faith and beloved member His had much to do with the Post takla the position BO unusual in the Sout of admitting worthy colored veterans on the same terms as whites Funeral exercises were hold on Monday afternoon at the family residence on Center Street Dr Bur gore gave an earnest and effective discourse followed by feeling re marks from Comrades L V Dodge- L C Duncan and Horace Yates The remains wero convoyed to the Berea cemetery anti wore consigned to root by the members of the G A R Post with simple ceremonies The bereaved wife tires sons an two daughters are all living in Berea and will have the general sympathy- of our people A COMRADE TBAND CONCERT Tuesday night Jan 27 at theTaber nacle PROGRAM Part Jolly Student locket Baud 1eesauerhViolin Solo Selected Miss Larry Reading Selected Miss McKee Cornet Duet Sip and Tuck Vikomer Simpson and Caldwell Piano Solo Selected Miss Ruddock Brass Quartet Old Kentucky Horne Simpson Caldwell Tosh Keener Part II Lazarre Waltzes Black hand Whistling Solo Selected Mrs Hiuman iCello Solo Selected Miss Larry Piano Duet Selec Misses Caldwell and Pilcher Vocal Solo Swallows Coa e n Miss Gamble Creole Bells Lampo Baud FUN AND FACTS lullll or vuw Old Gentlemen Do you think this horse will be oate- nLivorymanIby do not know sir You look honest enough Lip pincotts 9onellurkrlfnl One bucket of coal will run a Moore airtight heater twentyfour hours Sold by D B Shackelford Richmond Ky lion Trim gelayou see now that youre wearing a plain affair in a cagehyou circumstances alter cases Baltimore American For SI House and lot on Depot street Be Calron or write T A Robinson Rich Kyh Iniprof the Hurt If some owner of horses would spend more for feed and less for whips they would have more spirited ani mats Atchiuson Globe Ilnrc Opportunity D B Shackelford Richmond is now soiling airtight hoaters at cost to reduce stock Ilr clew A little threeyearold miss while her mother was trying to got her to sleep became interested in a peculiar noise and asked what it W 8I- IA cricket dear replied her moth er ladyeChicago Aiwa Duck And O ee 100 carloads ducks and geese want Highest market price paid Will buy pigeons J H Neff opposite Joes Richmond REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured marks goodsafollowtulCoverlide I4 to 16 Linen 40 to 50 coatbbrown wool or bark dyes 313 a pair White linsey and white are not in demand only on aria Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2l yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Anywomsatrhowantetosellcover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or perdMrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky EYIpSthattion Not one pair in a thousand are free from detects of some kind Some are BO slight that thn wearing of glasses ib not necessary In other cases the temporary usu of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de Bide what must be done It is made horn free of cost We carry a largo assortment of eye glasses and spectacles and can fit sim plo cases immediately tadTe A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Hair Splits Vigorfora hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends J A Gruenenfelder Grantfork splitsfriendships splitting is done on you- rlawn head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in theItM l boll It All druifliti ll your drurIa isinnnt anjplt you Bend ue one dolls end nn exprtM you a lot tie lid enre and ire the name of your nrorMtixiirrM office Aildrrsn J C A YKK CO Lowell Mail MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in n workmanlike manner at roa sonable prices amIvith dispatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cornel of Main and Colllni Streets DR M E JONES tg Dentist c OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office DaysWednesday to end of the week Rice Arnold reMain Street Richmond Ky Headquarters for SHOES HATS and MENS- FURNISHINGS Give us a call Leave your bun dues with us and make our store your headquarters when in Richmond Remember you are always welcome rIIIOIIIIIIIIII CLOTHING t SHOES a HATS g FURNISHINGS I Everything that Men and Boys Wear tiIYour patronage invited I Covington and Banks IKentucky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS I III I IIIJIn m GREAT BARGAIN SALE I s iUnionn nILadies Union Suits 15 cents worth 75 Misses Union Suits 2i cents worth 10 cents Childrens Union Suits i3 cents worth 35 cents I For a limited time only I i Bicknell Early Berea LIee eee A n N MNNNNNIII NN INN1 N IM s I Madison County Roller Mills I i IMnufclurI Fancy ILI Ixr Roller FlourII Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beii hard to beat i j PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour vi dIIpIdI IIFpF i t Duersoni i i t Whites Station Ky J ito i NNNNIMM cI THEODORE Rt n I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Phone I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1003 at f0 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog duringtheby some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndou J M EARLYVITelephone to No5 or callIA J THOMPSONwhen in Richmond at I GROCERYAND JOESRESTAURANTa Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread Select Grocer and Caterer OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Bares friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond OAKPET8 and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY IDay 73 Phone 47 66 JO S JOPLIN RicbmondrKy L r t = w r- I THE CITIZEN 0 i CLOTHES OF MEN AND Sterner Sex the Beat Judge of Feml nine Attire It is often said that women dress to please each other but men dress to please themselves On this point a writer in the Ladys Pictorial says Now and then one sees a woman clothes are absolutely charac 1teristic of her and bear the impress of having been carefully thought out by their wearer These are those who never wear garments fashioned like others but the majority of wo men do not desire nor indeed would it become them to be individualistic in their attire They like to be in the fashion And Ste question is Are they or are men best suited to making what is understood by la mode On the whole one inclines to the opinion that men are really the best judges of what best suits the female form divine and on the other hand itwould seem as if womans taste i mens clothing is far more reliabl- than mans She is quick to detect a mistake in the a tie to note the angle of a hat the set of a coat the pattern of a tweed the shape of a collar and she never falls into the error of urging her men folk to adopt any Atrocious things 1merely because they arc described as very fashionable The man whom a woman considers well dressed is well fitted ab solutely well groomed and quite un obtrusive alike in the matter of hats r waistcoats ties or patterns and this looks as if each sex were meant to select the others clothes Women are ready enough to admit mens good taste and cleverness in this di rection but the other sex disclaims with horror the ability of their wo- mankindI to exercise any judgment with regard to their wardrobes despite the fact that an unfavorable feminine opinion of anything they are wearing means its instant dis use Perhaps if men and women alike more freely expressed themselves in fashion journals from time to time about each others clothes it would be better for both A Venomous BIrd But one species of venomous bird if known to the student of ornitho logical oddities the rpir ndoobor bird of death a feathered paraI dox of New Guinea It is not a large or formidable looking crea ture as one would naturally expect being scarcely as large as a common pigeon but longer and ofa moreI slender build It is of a gray glossy color without any specialmarkings n except the tail which ends with a comparativela few feet and can be caught withI I out difficulty is un poisonousbitelet it severely alone Persons bitten by the creature are seized by mad dening pains which rapidly extend t to of the body Loss of lig4tconvulsions and lockjaw areI the other symptoms which follow inI rapidsuccession The natives sayI that there is not a case on recordof a lurvival of the bite there being ensuingwithin NEW DOUBLE SHARE PLOWI iBTvatlon of an Illlnol Man WblebIShould Help the Farmer Plows provided with two shares and moldboards located at opposite sides of the beam and ytlth mechanism torIbringing either share and Its mold board Into operative connection with highIican But the construction has not al ways been of the simplest To secure this simplicity of construction Is the primary object of an Invention for wticb a Mollne Ills man has taken oat a patent The arched beam of the has a v gelded movement horizontally In a slot ted plate provided with teeth whichI IIareto be engaged by a spring eon thumb latch on the handles of the plow By this arrangement tho AX IMPROVED DOUBLE SHANE PLOW beam can be swung from side to side on the plate and locked in place by the thumb latch Friction rollers both fa cilitate and guide the movement of the beam The beam can be directed at Its for ward end to the right or to the left ofthetlon of the moldboards and shares By moving a lever to the right or to the left either one or the other of the com blued moldboards and shares can bo brought to the ground When one moldboard and share are In Working position the other moldboard and share will be held out of the ground The arch of the beam permits the use of a large moldboard The characteristic features of the In rentlon are the ease and rapidity of operation and the convenient reach of the lever T R ZOLAS DEATH BEMOANED VowNrrfnl Advocate The Scottish Reformer Glasgow tIcI dare that the death of Zola WHS o distinct loss to the cause of temper sate Why this is so is outlined The wonderfully dramatic work IAs Bouunolr Is noted Thu Itpformrr says In IAssommoIr he has given u perhaps the most powerful protest against the drink trallle warnliiK ut tered In unmistakable huiKUiiKe from 1which not only the Kreueh but other nations would do well to profit Tim appearance of 1Assowniolr treat causedOby Uncle Toms Zola dissects the lower stratum of modern society revealing Its rottenness and degradation The work Is a tearful drama representing the struggles of the human soul with alcohol Jervalseaud Coupeau struggled with the demon in temperance but the contest was un equal and proved fatal to both Though they stood their ground llrmly for awhile the temptations thrown around strengthegave way were overcome and the drama ends dually In a trag edyLAssouiuiolr Is a realistic repre sentatlon of the havoc wrought by III coholism among the poorer classes of our large cities It is u scathing con demnation of the modern drink slop which the author describes as a yen table mum kilter assumuiolr soul n fearful warning for every tippler By presenting u faithful portrait of the degradation of the lower classes our overcrowded cities and of their tendencies to drunkenness and otter vices Xola has rendered conspicuous service to the cause of social reform The leading representative of modern realism In literature hIs tragic death will be deeply mourned by all who are seeking the removal of the drink curse and the social betterment of the people TESTIMONY BY TALMAGE IotTrrful Temperance Sermon of doted Divines Sun There was no uncertain sound in a recent sermon on Deadly Intoxicants preached by the llev Frank Dc Witt Tnlniugi D n Ills strong utterances remind one of his distinguished fathers fearless spirit SUId he The serpents of Intoxication have increased so rapidly that they are now Innumerable We hear their hiss In almost every legislative hall We see their eyes gleaming out of almost cv cry palace We tied them lying under the orange blossoms of the marriage altar as well as in the detention hos pitals for patients who have their rooms tilled with the coiling serpents of delirium tremens We find many of our statesmen paralyzed by the glance of thin udders eyes as a poor little frightened sparrow iZlght tremble and crouch until slue tails Into the open mouth of the blacksnake which has charmed her We find that even few of the ministers who till the pul pits of the gospel of Jesus Christ ore terrorized by the sight of the serpent of Intoxication because the rich brewer may be the president of the board of trustees or the wealthy distillers family may be the largest contributor to the financial support of the church The curse of sinful Intoxicants is universal therefore all Christian peo ple and that Includes you and 1IIe should band themselves together for Us extinction We should deal with the serpent of strong drink In the same way the travelers over the western prairies deal with the rattlesnakes There It Is a universally obeyed law that every man shall kill every rattlesnake he may see It ought also to be a universally obeyed Christian law that every Christian should strike at the hideous head of the Satanic adder of Intoxication whenever It reveals Itself or lifts Its fatal poisonous fangs to strike THE SALOON INDICTED Scathing Arraignment by Michigan Cbrlatlan Advocate There Is no braver enemy of the say loon In America than the Michigan Christian Advocate In the course of an extremely pointed consideration of the liquor problem the Advocate speaks as follows John Wesley said that the liquor traffic in his day was driving men to hell IIkQ sheep Were he living now he could say that the saloon la driving hell Into men like fury It Is the one school of violence and crime that never takes a vacation or recess and never limits the depth of degradation to which it plunges Its graduatesIn there are about 8000 saloons breweries dancing halls and other places where grog in sold In the United States there arc perhaps 250000 such places Within a few years tho American saloon has directly murdered or assaulted ten or twelve ministers of the gospel n dozen editors or reporters several officers of the law an uniium bored list ot private citizens and it has burned or blown up by dynamite n large number of churches public buildings and private residences Yet saloon keepers express wonder why we do not let the saloon alone How can we let alone such a breeder of violence such a refuge for criminals such corrupter of youth such a ma nlpulator of low politics such a deter rent to social progress such a hindrance to the church such a despoiler of man hood such a brutal foe to womanhood such au enemy to righteousness acid such a headquarters for all tint is hurtful and detestable in moral and private lift How can we let alone the arch toe of all that li most dear to u11 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem tlenned Inim the Touching of All Ucnunilnntluni The grandest opportunities of Chris than servlci demand the complete and voluntary surrender of our whole lives to Jesus Christ Ilcv Dr Frank De Witt Talmafic Presbyterian Chicago The Spirit of INirKlvtMirmi The nearer our lives approach to Christ the nearer we conic to perfec stlon Jesus Christ both by precept and example endeavored to Instill In us the spirit of forgiveness Ilcv A C Dixon Baptist Boston Tlir Ilrrtimt llrnlltr It Is n matter of the greatest Im portance that everyone should begin a Christian life but a matter of serious concern that it should begin in the deepest reality Kev Dr William J Holtrclaw Baptist Atlanta Ga Oiporlunltln of rife The devil would steal away your lifes opportunities as a Christian by simply having you put off becoming n Christian just now He is stealing away your life yourself he is steali- ngawayIncl 11 Lee Methodist Denver let Irrnlclou Inflyrncr A bad man can do an immense amount of harm by simply doing bad things A bad wan with bad motives doing what seems to be good Is the most pernicious and degrading Influence that I know otltev It L Pad dock Episcopalian New York The Value of Cluirncter Nothing Is more highly valuable since God Is righteous than character In hIs creature And the wondrous development of our late presidents hold upon us is not to be explained in any other way The riddle of this life is not hard to read lie saw that bad ness was weakness anti goodness was strength Kev Dr Cadman Cougrega tlonallst Brooklyn Xced of Our Time The need of our time is Independent cooperation In our church work as il lustrated by the Christian Endeavor movement the Interdenomluatlonallsm of which movement says Let sects live but let sectarianism die Let us have n healthy criticism but above all else let us have an enthusiastic consecration which will cement in spirit the whole church Kev C J plan Denver flight tu loselon- The use and not the amount of our possessions Is the Important thing It Is by using what we have that we earn a right to have more and It all should be employed to gain that wealth of character which Is the end for which all that we have Is given In love In unselfishness in sympathy in charity In tolerance In these things should the soul of man grow rich by putting Into use the ability and time and advan tages which have come to him by in heritance or by effort Kev Percy 01 ton Episcopalian Brooklyn The nrrndlh of Ilcll Ion Kcliglon means more than n hobby It Is not a social reform alone and yet It Includes all reforms Neither a prohibitionist nor an equal suffragist nor a preacher of this or that single Idea collies up to the great broad freedom and sweep of the wide truth the Master announces The quibbles and non- essentials the frills furbelows and phylacteries are relegated to their proper place In the present of the greater truths of God It one love God as the Master bids be can grasp every hand offered In the same love Here- sIes disappear and old discussions vanish before this wondrous power of religion that Is broad enough to take In the whole mIDHev Dr Charles W Byrd Methodist Chicago The Question of Oirnvrihlp There is not a word more difficult to define than the word ownership We own a thing only up to that point where it appears that some one else owns It more than we dothat Is to say has a larger claim upon It than we have About human owner ship there Is something very Indeter minate something slightly visionary It denotes something relative not something absolute God owns and owns absolutely no one else does All ownership but Gods owner ship Is an attempt to translate a divine prerogative on to human ground and to work It simply so far as It Is work able Any human ownership Is eter nally Invalid if maintained In disregard of the authority law and holy will of him who owns absolutely Kev Dr Charles II Parkhurst Presbyterian New York Spirit of the Gospel The New Testament In Its presenta tion of the teaching of Christ Is char acterized by nothing clearly and ab solutely as thoso qualities which we In our day call the scientific spirit Tolerance readiness to give full value to actual truth steadiness to the veri Sable and the real adaptation to In creasing knowledge and most of all completeness of understanding of mUll everywhere are the visible elements of the method of Jesus Christ There Is today no saner or more scientific or human Interpretation of life and con duct than that of Jesus and yet it Is centuries old There Is no liner Insight Into the moods of the heart than that which flows from the mind of Christ and yet It was old before psychology was dreamed of There is no theory of social lift that is more Inclusive or just than that of Jesus and yet It was formulated before there was In any proper souse a social consciousness The spirit of Christs teaching Is in the fullest sense the scientific spirit But in contrast with much that is called the scientific attitude it keeps to Its serene Interpretation of thoso basal elements of hutoan life and char acter which are not subject to varia tion but are always expressive of the life problems of the world Kev Dr A A Berle Congregatlonallat Chica go THE HOME SOME BEREA COOKINGCLASS RECIPES Would some of tho little girls who cannot go to school this winter like to pretend they are away off in Borca College n little while t Ifso they may got on mothers big kitchen apron make up n good fire in the cooking to vo and try BOIIIB of the dishes which the fortytwo girls In Miss Almyd cooking class have uindo and pronounced good If it is a cold day suppose you try the potato soup first You must re member that in all thoso recipes T moans a Itaapmtiftil and tb a table 8J1 olllll Potato Soup MATERIALS 8 potatoes 1 quart of milk 2 slices onion 8lb butter 2 tb Hour j T salt J T poppor a very small piece of red pepper DIRECTIONS Cook tho potatoes in boiling salted water when soft mash very flue or rub through a strainer Scald the milk with the onion remove the onion und add the milk slowly to the potatoes Melt tho butter and add to it the salt popper and Hour mix well and stir into the boiling soup Cook one uiiuuto and strain or it not convenient to strain servo it withoutHero is n nice way to use up some leftover cabbage Escalloped Cabbage MATERIALS ja boiled cabbage salt pepper 2 tb Hour 2 tb butter cup milkcup bread crumbs DIRECTIONS Cut tho cabbage in pieces put in u buttered baking dish or pan ami sprinkle with salt anti pep per Add one cup of white sauce mind mix well with the cabbnge cover with J cup of bread crumbs and bake un til the crumbs are brown White Sauce Melt the butter add the flour salt and pepper and stir too paste Add the milk jutj time and cook until smooth and glossy If your hens ire laying here is something nice for your Sunday din nor Baked Custard MATERIALS 6 to 8 egg yolks or 4 to G entire eggs quart of milk 2 tb sugar to each yolk nutmeg or vanilla DIREOTIONS Beat tho eggs thor oughly add tho sugar and bent add the milk and lastly the flavoring Your into a baking dish or gnu put tho dish into a pea of cold water mind set in the oven Tho oven must not be hot enough to boil tho water The custard is done when n knife drawn through it comes out clean I would bo glad to have any little girlwho tries one of these recipes writo and toll mo how she succeeds JENNIE LITER HILL Thin crowned heads of every nation The rich men poor men and misers All join in paying tribnto to Do Wilts Little Early Risers II Williams Pan Antonio Tex writes Littlo Early Riser Pills are the best I over used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cure Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaundice malaria and all other liver troubles For sale by East End Drug Co STANDARD Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine OBAND SWELL PftOttX tOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONB BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from fIJOO up The Sandard1Wtary runs as anent isthe tick of a watch Makes 800 stitches while other machines make 200 to our local dealer or If there U M deafer la your town addreaa r mo Standard Sowing Mf chime Co 21 Went First fit Cincinnati O S E Welch Jr Local Agent THE SCHOOL A LETTER TO PARENTS- NO Tike Your Children Into Partnership Tho Great Teacher HaitiII Lay up your treasures in heaven that your heart nay bo thoro also It in a pro found truth that wo are interested in whatever wo have invested time taro or money fence if wo would have our chil dren interested iu homovo must give thom an opportunity to invest something in it But tho chief Interest iu au invest ment lies in the contemplation of what wo shall tt out of it This being true wo should not dnprivo tho chil dren of such privilege Let them have a corner of the garden in which to raise something that will bo exclusively theira lowers small fruits melons and the liko A wise suggestion as to how to diN pose of thoso productn will bo helpful If tho chilli has flowers suggest that a nosegay be placed upon the dinner table or prcseutwi to n sick friend or carried tograco tho desk at Sunday school If tho strawberry bed is a success part may bo bought by tho family or soldat tho store but part should bo devoted to n festival giver to the neighboring lado and lassos Valua ble social courtesy can iu this way bo taughtFor small children small shares are best As they grow older lot them havo more their ativauM mont depending upon tho care they tnko of what is entrusted to them lCa boy on the farm is required to look after tho pigs sleep or other stock n inn fold iutert st in their cant and devel opulent will be engendered if he has au actual share in them If ho is given a pig lamb calf or colt mind profit accrue1 the boy will bo perfect ly willing to supply hm owu peels In tho way of clothing and looks front his sales It is wise to let him do this lie has learned the value ofa dollar by earning itnow ho should learn how to derive the most benefit from it in spending it Ho should bo allowed his own judgment pretty largely in his pur Winning even though ho should lose hy it Tho experience will make hint wiser Children who are thus given an op portunity to share in tho things they help to produce think moro of their parents work moro willingly and mire far loss likely to got into mischoif through hind companionsJ DINSNOBE The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR THE FARM PROBLEMS IN BARN BUILDING short limo ago my b rnr were destroyed by nw and snottier season dull have to bitlM new Through your mined paper I think r nn get lileM from different sections of the country I want but one Urn and that Urge enough to stable 00 to n hvitil ol cattle besides other stock and to hold fodder enough to feed wine Our farm rontalni aloutW acre nearly sit tillable I would like lUfgritloni It to the best kind ol stable noon cow tin nut whether bed to have the rows blA1a or tall together II 8 CualraUKay N It is very hard indeed to draw plans without sonic knowledge of tho loca tion and desire of tho builder If an elevation is at haul no doubt a twotJstory barn will bo most This barn has convenience two stories and also architectural appearance which ought not to bo disregarded so long as it does not Interfere with con venience A flingloatory barn has but one objection increased roofing in proportion to the sjmco inclosed But for convenience god quick work in curing for stock at a minimum cost of labor this style will usually win Wo havo both in use and use none other than content floors Tho only objection in easily removed by putting on a rough finish instead of the smooth ghiHsy finish often given when the trowel is brought Into free use nod ding firmly adheres and the animal does not feel the cold floor It is also durable and once built neither use or Dm will destroy it There are numer OilS cow ties used and upon tho mar ket While 1 do not fowl liko giving advice whore notions are widely varying as they are upon cow fasten era do believe that no more eco nomical convenient nail ever ready fastener in upon the market than tho swing stanchion hung with chains sidle pieces btnull that they would not interfere with thu animal luruiug her neck and having every freedom of n tie We have cows standing heads together and towards the 110It is perhaps more convenient in feeding to have heads together but this very small gain is moro than overcome by tie oasis of handling this manure from both gutters nt ono haul and lens width required for two rows of cows 31 to 86 feet will suffice while 10 to 12 feet will not bo too much for tho heads together We must remember that for warmth mint perfect veiitHi lion n cow trust not have tociceed MX cubic feet air space Wo rust there fore arrange for n minimum stable for n given amount of stock Thousands of dollars have been worse than vast ed in building overgrown stables Let now come to n rational understand ing of this question and understand that puro air 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CoininriiiMr Irr pared by llev II M Minim Cepjrlglit lea liy American Itttt Aworlitlou II IS Ever follow that which Is good both among yourxlvm and lu oil men Times word seem to Include nil tin exhortations of those two reties con rernliiK the unruly the feeble minded 1111tWI iiro tnnght that under nil clrcum utanccH we ithoiild live together with Mini In chapter lv 17 we have set before the beautiful project of lie Ing ever with the Iord In our glorl fed bodlcx hut while we nojourn In the inortul halls lie Is ever with us Mutt xxvlll tq and shoM be to us the greatest reality In nil our dully life liIt Ittjolce evermore fray without cruslnf In everything give lliunkn fur this U the will of nol In Tlirlat Jraui roiicrrnltiK you tit theso precept relteniteil In 1hll lv Iij ICph v U The lay InTigbl Urael to rejoice before the Lard their r IJod and to rejoice lu their feasts Dent xvi 1111 The pxnlier wild Servo till Ixml with gladiiex conn1 before Ills presence with kinging OI e 2I nnd taught Unit Owl Ix our ex mnllnir Joy 11 xllll I The proph eN taught to rejoice In the Lord mid Joy In nod unit Diluted onward to n thou of ovcrloHtlni Joy nnd gladdcx when sorrow nnd sighing ulinll ilec nwny limit III IS Ixa xxxv 10 If Ixfore time great redemption wan tilt liihiil people could be thuit Joyful how much nun now that Jesus the cruel lied has risen from time dead mead by ItM presence nt the right hued or pal mukex nil thlngH mire to Ills ndcemed Mow to pray without redwing Ix Illus trated by the Mervunt who ubxoclatcd prayer with every act In her lifeIn tier washing ilrcxxlng cooking etc thinking of UN blood Ills Ill h Ness lllmwlf the Living lineal Al way tlutnkfnl and living In lhld will Ix IIIUMtruted by use of Mr llottome3 stories of a waiter who accidentally Joxtllnc another r relve l soar hot w n ter on tutu nod pleaintly sold to th one carrying the water Never mind It U all In the IliIt Quench not the Kplrlt DmplM not pruphnylnxi While unbelievers reiUt till Spirit lx llevrr may grieve or queued the Spirit Arts vll tit Hpli r nil fly nay nln or uiilMllef wo grieve the Spirit lly reftiKlng to lUten to Him or by refiiMlng to utter that which lie glvcx u to uiy t we iioncu the Kptrlt llo hnx Mikcn In propheey nx well flit In other portlIIII of Scripture hat many Christian turn away fruits prophivy altogether giving no heed In Hev six 10 II Id ID item xv I11 Tim III Ill 17 It 2 Irove all things hold rut that which Is good Ablaln from all upwar lance of evil Time only way to provo all Ihlnux Ix by the whole wonl of Gal Ooimlder all Unit the Spirit linn written ulwm any nnd every nnhject liellevlng every wonl and remembering IV cxlx SI Iorever 0 Ixml Thy word Ix nettled In heaven In those days of many iloctrlneff of Ihrlntlnn Science Ill calletl theiMophy nplrltualhuu mind till much false teaching fnnu nupiMned worthalox pulpltH U Ix Indent n lime to U prove thing and try tin spirits t1whltllIr they arm of Iml I John h 1t Text every doctrine by the Incarnation the iitoneinent the retiurrectloii nud the return of Christ and hold fast the faith ful word Tit S3 to And the very God of prucr sancti fy you wholly Kalthful la lie that rallrth you who qua will do It 1Ilow beautiful thU nntno of our Father lu heaven Tho Sod of Peace Be also Horn xr M xvi 1 lleh xlll 20 II Thexx Ill la The exjierl inco here divcrlbeil Nei niN IniiHixxIble nnd It In Indeed to lit ill men for sill that God asks of ux U lmioxxlble to us He denmnili rlghtcouxncHX and nb o lute ixTfectlon nnd we have neither nor can we obtain them by nny works of ours but lleprovldex nit fully and freely in Christ Ho lids called till to n partnoriihlp lu which lie provide everything and He nnkx ux to accept freely nnd Just let Him be the dozer of lt nil I Cor lt x 13 The It V teaches that It U nt time coming of our Lordslciitix Christ that spirit soul and biily lire to be blameless not before that ityeut for wo ciiunot have our Im mortal till Jesus comes an latigtt In chapter lv 10 17 In Christ RS the Father sees WI lu Htm wo are even now wnxheil anctltled Justified wad perfected forever I Cor vl 11 Itch x 10 II but we wait till tho resurrection of the Just for the full rralbjitlon of It JJli brethren pray for ui Paul loved to be prayed for So yell tiles we lie knew that the Lord Jesus WUH ever praying for lusts yet he also know that It In the will of God that we pray for each other See Horn xv 11 Cor I 11 Kph vl 18 10 Col lv 3 II Thens III 1 Heh xlll 18 The more we pray the more wo are like tho risen ascended Christ who ever pray ctu Let mo suggest three most Im portent prayers which nil Christiana would do well to pray continually Matt Ix 13 Inn Ixll 0 7 Ito xxll s Tho grace of our Lord Jeans Christ AmcnltJ uudergtnnd grace for by It wo are saved III It we stand and tho fullness of It we shall see when Josus comes Kph II 511 Item III 24 v 2 I Let leIS Perhaps It Is nowhere more fully set forth than lu- II Cor vlll II mill Its application to un- In II Cor Ix 8 See also John 111 17 Tint 14 Note how it begins nnd ends nearly all thu epistles nnd let ever rejoice In Ills word to Paul My grace U sufflcWut for thee U Cor sU Unconscious From Croup During asuddon and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation says A L Spafford postmaster Chester Mich anda dose of One Minute Cough Cure was administered and repeated often It reduced the swelling and iuilauimation cut the mucus and shortly the child WBsJrostiugcBsy and speedily recovered It cures Coughs Colds LaGrippe aud all Throat nod Lung troubles One Minute Cough OuroJingerH in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure healthgiving oxygon to the blood For sale by East End Drug Co GHIGKAMADGi By Captain F A MITOIIEL Copyright by American Prop Awocla Ion Tho corporal mounted Ills horso and wilt noon jogging along nt snails pace toward Colonel Mnynards headquarter Thero ho was directed to when limo court I1lilttlllC- olJlOrnl Ratigan youre latesaid tea president sternly The corporal saluted but stall noth lug Ho was directed to wait till BOIIH preliminaries hud been disposed of am ho took I It Inll in it corner It needed all tho strength of which ho was pos sensed to maintain himself on Ids legs and hn tried to keep Ida eyes from look tug about tho courtroom Ho feared that if they rested ou tho prisoner ever for n moment ho would sink down Oil the Moor u heap of blue uniform ami boots Nevertheless tho eyes will not nl ways bo controlled Despite his efforts RntlgunN gave Involuntary glances hero and thero nntll suddenly they rested on tho object they were expected tc avoid sitting opposite surrounded bj guards jiato but self posiexscd and u pair of glorious eyes looking at him with such sympathy and encouragement that tho poor man felt M if tho wits dows of heaven hall been cpcncd aud mi angel was looking out to give hint strength Once hits eyes wero riveted on hers there way no getting them away until ho was suddenly aroused by n voice Corpora Ratigan Mechanically ho staggered to a place designated as n witness stand and hold lug on to tliu back of n chair Mcadied himself to givo hi testimony State how you first saw the prisoner tampering with the telegraph lieu on yesterday morning Sept said the judge advocate an officer very tall very slender aud very curious locking 01 didnt sea her nt nil What It was too dark to see anything Well state what you dirt see I only thought I saw something Como come said tho president sternly wo havo no thou to waste Toll time story of tho capture Thus commanded tho corporal braced himself to give tho desired account 01 was rldin to camp after hay in ponied tho relief and coinin along tho ronclIt was tho roll 01 was coin in along OlOIoolouel It was so dark nono of yo could have sown yer haul before yer face Thu corporal Mopped and gave evidence of sinking ou tho floor Well goon There way souicthin black in tho road or by the silo of it Oi stopped to lUten Then Oi thought some ore might IM tampcrln with tho 11116 mind ye Oi only thought ItnlltI Oi canal on whoivcr it was to surrender Then Oi heard aget up mId whativcr it was Inshed tilT 01 followed it on fast as iver Oi could callln on em to stop and firln mo Colt Divil n bit did ally 0110 stop n The corp oral pursed ngain It looked as if bo were not going to got any further Goon my man Well then wo came to tho camp ot- OOllrrnllIllhIMlolI and I wits halt ed by tho guards while what Oi had seen got ahead So Oi last sight of it entirely wasnt it the fault of tho guards stoppin mo and lottin time oth er go ou tutu no fault of mine Goon Whats tho use of goin on OI lost sight of what was tnuipcriu with tho wires But yon overtook it How cast Oi swear it was tho Fame Thero was n smilo on tho faces of those present The questioner seemed pnzlod at time corporals device to avoid testifying against tho prisoner Dill you slot ride on null overtake what you hail seen Divil n bit I know bettor You went on and found something in the road What did you find 01 didnt find what Oid seen What had you seen DidutOi toll yo twos so dark that 01 couldnt anything That wont do corporal You cer tautly followed something Now on coining up with it what did yon thud it to be It wasnt whatOi followed That whatlver it was had gone out with tho moron light Oi reckon it was some thing ghostly Nonsense Did you snot find tho prisoner lying in time grass 01 lid replied tho witness as if ht heart would break null ho again showed signs of collapse And you lied reason to believe it way tho person driving tho buggy you followed t01 didnt see any buggy Itwaasa dark r o u Woll Impattcntty Vtlio person driving whatever it was ynhTfaw How could Oi know that It was natural to Infer that thero boiug a horse nnd buggy smear tho prix over hind bleu driving it Thuro was no buggy Wall the pieces Now 01 would ask tho court said Ratlgan stendylng hlniKulf to impress tho members with tho probability of his position if time iHirMiu or wlmtivcr it was 01 saw tumperin with time wIre moightcnt linvu turned ofl on another road nnd Oi suddenly lighted on this Dual Thatll do corporal You may stop out and give tho noxt witness your place Pled next witness was an officer from time camp to which the prisoner had flKtlKeu takyn after her capture Ho testified that upon II proposition to volulltarllproclucecljthu huts in court and ho idcntllled thorn ns tho same as those she had given up A rending of those dispatches was called for and they wero read In addition to those Miss Daggs deer phered when at tho Fain plantation wcru two others which werons follows CitAwrmi HPIIINOK Oa Kept II Mobile Ilurton you when tin uu front other Lob from rernforrcd Quadroon cuutit IM tliut towet appUuNO will am your undoubtedly arm tury paints orange H njainlu and barn coming we Join telegraph Pinned to this telegram was a paper bearing an attempt at explanation iu time prisoners handwriting To llurton probably lluriulde on your romlnc ran we count whin can wo count on your rooming AppUuw some pawn probably the sipper tvlrmph txrn rlklnfoltt from mina telegraphs that Quadroon proba bly HruiK lane been ruenforcrd troth other pointnWXMINdTOv Wept 31otU ready wo result condition us If untt ixl gust Jack all badly rapidly utlnek scatter d the twrntlrth ami dome D shall but I In the but well plaster Arabia are up should present dread thin conwntruUxl jet bo by should our rueiny closing we to There was no attonipte explanation wfth tliis telegram Either the prisoner hUll mailu no hviulway with it or situ had not sufllcicut tune probably both though it was moro difficult to deci purr than may of the others Thoso telegrams had been sent to gen oral headquarters and an interpretation of them furufalicd which way road to tho court CiiAwnmi KPHINOS do Capt II 1M3 To llurncldn- Hullrck tclrgraplui that you will Join us when ran we count on your comlintJ llraiti pus undoubtedly been ro nforciit from Vir ginia and other pints UIMHCIIAM- ICiiAwrixil HrniMiH Oa Sept 1M3 To the Hecntary of War All x t well Wo are Indly wparatnl Jut clonlni up rapidly If thn tack u In our prrwnt catten tr7litlmKmiKbouhl dmul tlni rrault Hut Uuih we shall lm concentrated and ready D Time reading of thcso ilispatchen pro ducexl an improiislon ou tho court very unfavorable to tho prisoner She had hold tho very life of the army in her hands hunt she got through tho lines with those two ciphers and their inter pretations situ would have supplied tbo enumy with such Information us would put nn end to all uncertainty mid insure an attack ou tho Army of tho Cumber land before it could bo concentrated or supporter by other troops This would have resulted in its annihilation there was really no defense to make and the defending counsel simply placed his client on the mercy of tho court hoping that being n woman death might not bo the penalty Tho room was cleared nnd the verdict considered Tho court were not long in convicting tin accused of being a spy and nmcua bio to tho treatment of spies but as to tho punishment thero VIM a great diversity of opinion Somo thought that imprisonment jn a northern penitenti cry would bo a suflicicnt atonement Thero wero those who argued that this would not havo any effect to doter oth ors front similar acts at a don when tho army was in so critical a situation Then tin importance of the dispatches Miss DaM was attempting to deliver to tho enemy tho fact that their dollv Uatlqan addrenct the court cry would have given any general prompt to take advantage of an armys weakness nu opportunity to destroy tho Army of tho Cumberland acted seriously upon thoso who wero disposed toward clemency Somo members of tho court argued that tho prisoner lead acted as n man aud must take tho consequences the same as if she wero a man There was unto but know that in this view of tho case she would bo immediately hanged The disputants goon ranged themselves On opposite sides tho one in favor of an extreme course tho other of a life imprisonment But tho critical position of the army and thin enormity of tho offonso Sunny won over tho lat ter nnd thO case was compromised by tho convicted woman being sentenced to bo shot nt sunrise tho next morning Tho verdict and sentence woro approved within two hours of tho finding and Colonel Mark Maynanl was ordered to tulle that tho lIOn tOil co was duly carried out CHAPTER XVI YOU RUAIJ NOT WE Scarcely hud the court martial brought In n verdict what nn order came to Colonel Mayuard to move his brigade across the Chickamauga creek by way u == or Dyers bridge to bo ready early tho following day to niako u rccounoissanco beyond the 1lgeon mountains Ho or tiered an ambulance for his prisoner to rido in since lie hall no option but to take her with him Tint distnnco to bo traversed was but Btew miles and al though it was nearly sunset lieforo tho command broke camp it was barely dark when tho tents wero pitched in tho now situation Luckily n liouso was found for the reception of time prisoner and tho headquarters of tho colonel com manding were established near it As soon as Mnynarclfl tent was pitch ed ho went inside and shut himself up from every one Tho matter of the life in his keeping his desire to save his prisoner tho impossibility of his doing so except by betraying his trust and crow niving at her ecui e woro weighing ter ribly upon him A desperate struggle between his duty as an officer and Ids repulsion at carrying out a sentence upon a woman which lied once been passed upon himself was driving him well nigh distracted One thing was certain ho could not save Miss Riggx without sacrificing himself Ho was ready to sacrifice himself if 1m could nn so honorably Ho might even consider the matter of doing that whicji ho hind no right to do but since the devil may earn days of his sbouting n now world had opened to him which mule the struggle moro complicated than it would then have been Ho had a wifo whom ho loved devotedly and any obloquy hu might tab upon himself must shared by her nnd his son Ho knew that if hn could conceive it to bo his duty or if ho could make up his mind without the approval of his conscience to connive at time prisoners escape ho would have n fair chance of success Ho was charg ed with time execution and this would give him power over her person On time other hand such violation of trust conslderntiouflolty ho must suffer toot coollure of tarrying out time sentence Ho would do his duty to his country his wife old his son Ho had scarcely arrived at this deci sion when a message camo from time prisoner asking to see him The racking of his whole nature which had tocu partially allayed by Lie decision camo track to him with tho summons Ho dreaded nu iutcrvioV Ho felt that the resolution ho had formed was of too little inherent strength to warrant placing himself under so great a temptation But his memory took him back to time jnil in which ho had been confined ou tho eve of liis own intended execution at Chat tanoogii and ho thought how ho would havo regarded one who would refuse him such a request nt such n time He got up nnd walked over to the house where the prisoner was confined Ho paused a tow moments before en tering in order to collect himself thou walked slowly up the steps Tho guard stool at attention and brought his piece to u present but Mayuard did not see him did Riot return hiii salute Ho open ed time door entered tbo house and in a few minutes was in u room in which tho prisoner was couflucd Sho was standing by n window As ho entered site turned and stool with her hauls hanging clasped before her her sorrowful eyes used steadily upon him Colonel Moyiiard she said I have sent for you to ask you to deliver uiy last messages I once met you in the house of ono who is dear to you Thero received shelter from tho storm which raged without but which was nothing to mo beside another evil that threatened me I was sore pressed and iu great danger of capture Tho women iu that house an elderly lady a young girl who visited thero and your wife took mo in at a groat risk to them selves Your wife certainly hall much a4 stake for your honor might be in volved I have sent for you now to ask you to say to then that I havo treasured their remeiubmnco nnd their kindness tome II Sho waited n moment for him to ac cept tho trust Sho might have waited till tho crack of doom without a reply Ho lied no power to utter a word Ho simply bowed Idesiro also to intrust this keepsake to you to bo sent to my brother Sho took n locket from about her nock and belt it up before him On it WAS painted a miniature of a young mean in tho uniform of u Confederate officer Mayuard looked at it and started back with n cry as if pierced with a rcdhot IrouHobo 18t My brother II Oh Gall Ho staggered to tho wall and loaned against it shivering You know him colonel Thero is no necessity fcr deceit now I have long known time singular circumstances that surround you and him that you both loved tho samo woman that you won II And that twice twico hu gave mo my life That ho savor told mo II Ah ho never told you that replied Maynardakind of wondor in his tones When at Mrs Fains plantation I discovered under whoso roof I was shel trod Your wifo hind never seen me aud 1 determined that it would bo best for all that I should not mako myself known II May narol stood in amazement at these developments in horror nt time situa tion as ho now know it to be And you are tho sister of Cameron Fita Hugh I am I nm Caroline Fitz Hugh II You shall not die When Colonel Maynnrd spoko theso words thorn was n grl1l1c1ellr in Ills tone his figure tho lines of his countenance tin light in Ids eye strangely inconsist cut with a resolution ho haul inndo tho moment before they swore uttered Ho hail on tho instant reversed his decision mado not ten minutes before to do his duty iu the ordinary acceptance of what that duty was He had determined l to kava the woman before him oven it wero necessary to upon himself far greater ignominy than the death to which she was sentenced There was si lence between them during which Miss Fitz Hugh stood looking at hIm ill ad miration mingled with inquiry ShoI know that some secret charm was nt work within but site did not know what it wasHow cult my death bo prevented I nm charged with your execution I will take you to your lines myself this tight II What was that subtle influence far stronger than battalions of infantry or batteries of artillery which gave it to Oslo not present unconscious of his pow er to hold Mark Maynard over a preci pice and to cast him into a black gull below Way it circumstances that had u year before led Fitz Hugh to accept tho very part Mayuard was nqw caKod upon to play Was it love that hud given Maynard tho bride Fitz Hugh was to havo possessed Was it seine lavish ble fold that had mado Mayuard u rob ber of that bride trout tho man to whom ho twice owed his life and was now bringing on his punishment These were indirect causes but they cannot explain that inexpressible intangible sense of honor which will lead a IIIIIUI to speak paradoxically to crime anti sacrifice himself at the snub time for another Tho expression on Miss Fitz Hughs taco as site heard Maynard speak words which would save her from death and give her liberty underwent a change For a moment after they were spokes there was a delighted look but us she realized what they meant to the emu who would save her it was transformed into an expression which can only be described ns bordering ou time confine of angel laud There was a holy look in her eyes u radiance of purity trout tho soul expressed in every feature Thcro was the superhuman attribute of choosing death before life and liberty at tho price of wrong No colonel wo Fitz Hughs cannot accept sacrifice and especially wrong trout others We give wo are trot ac customed to retiive II Maynard stood gazing nt her with a look as if in refusing the sacrifice she had stabbed him What then ho said at last can dots Send tho news of my condition of myepectcdsho shuddered at pro nouncing tho word execution to our lines Knfjwing that I am condemned they cps bring what influeuqp they nay banblo to save me It will avail nothing Try it Fate luck Providence works strangely at times Iet us push on e leave to a higher power Tho hcl looke1athls watch It now 0 Wo are but a few miles front tho Confederate lines Your brother is In s cavalry division and on tho Confederate right I heard front him only u few days ago He was then at RhigoliL Tint ia not far from hero There may bo time she said hope fully Somo one must steal through time lines If not slot ho may accomplish something In half an hour 1 shall bo You Yes II I will not trust this only thread on which your lifo hangs to any one else though I confess lie added gloomily I have no confidence in It No colonel I cannot accept this from you You are the commander hero and are all that stands between mo and loath You must rennin hero and send n messenger Who would I daro intrust with such a message Send for the maw who captured me Corporal Ratigan Let him bear the messageHe Tho colonel looked at her a moment as if to question why this urn should bo so trusted but her eyes were lower elL Ho know there was a secret which it did not become him to pry into- I will send him if ho can bo found at once If not I will go myself Audit tho mission fails The words wore not finished for ho- well knew how precious time was Dud turning from tho room and tho bouso strode rapidly toward his tent Ho hind gone but a dozen paces before ho heard some one call Colonel Ho did not hear The call was re posted Colonel A man approached him whom in the darkness ho did not recognize Is thero no hope colonel time nine asked in a choked voice Who are you Tho man who captured her point lug to tho house Oill never draw sa ber Ratigan The saute This is fortunate Como with mOo Tho two started together to a thicket wherein they would neither be observed nor heard Oim hangin round ye see colonel Olm away front camp without leave 01 hope theyll shoot me for a deserter Colonel Maynard did not sjxwk till they reached the thicket Then turn ing and facing Ratigan ho said ear nestly Yon would llko to sue her would you note Ood knows I would Then go to time picket line nnd tot through unobserved if possible Go to Kiugold and find n Confederate officer Cameron Fitz laugh if he is there Toll him that his sister is condemned to 10 shot nt sunrise tomorrow morning Say that Colonel Murk Maynnrd sends him this information that ho may use whatever influence lie possesses tako any measures he may consider honor Ibloto her Toll him time cote nel lowered his voice that I offered to attempt to do so taking ruin upon myself but she would not accept the sacrifice Go there is no time to lose When the iu rises it will be too late y Oh colonel cried tlfdinan1a agony thero is so little limolAiGot It in not yet 10 oclock W6 t have six hours Tho corporal was moving away when tho colonel stopped him W jj1Ratigan l whispered it in his car Caruifas Ferry TO BE CONTINUED DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky do you suppose dip into that bulkcoffce before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Fragrant U Canvasser Wantedt to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers published weekly at live dollars a It teaches the science and practice of Advertising and is highly esteemed by the most successful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal com mission allowed Address PRINTERS INK 1O Spruce St New York J1r m Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves n ipdhd a much or little u they cliooKs on living ezpciuxn tt pays to hue a little extra money fonlcct urea books and other things But the nctblarl expenses are only u follows TopallbenldaIi LAptt- allAu HiLt School Incidental Fee 54 W M 60 Ex I10 Kco 25 2V ponies I Boob etc about 200 3W General Deposit 100 l 00 Furnished Room fuel ry 555 Flat Mouths Board b 5 00 00I LlylAgr 1700 TToo during the term pease Laundrf 2dMoBoend5000b 00 Beginning SJMo Board 5 01b op 2JW1ITotal Kxpenie 13 Weeks 9700 57 00 111Forboob and ft from Incidental fee maklb the oUlonly Xtso 11 When four girls room together each savgFrt2 or more on room ocd fuel making tbo total only 33BO U classed below A dramniar Room and fuel cost oneddllar more In the Winter term r Two rooms for houRCkcplugwlth tores ouv can usually be rented for pm M tQ6 a term The price of a big canta little tanbark or a few home ajin i bed corerawilt give a term of school wbJfh will change ones whole life for the better Will Make Affidavit Nw Las1 Lift for an lewa Pe tmast r PoitmMterft r Randall la lays from lndigestionAnd rev suiting evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon knew I had found what I had long looked for I am better today than In years Kodol gays tna a new lease of life AnyonecaD hive my af fidavit to tltq uhQf this statement Kodol your food This enables the ystemto assimilate suppllesstrerigthen tag every organ audi restoring Ket1d Make You Strong MThsIloluc9atelasaUasetps6Ocalas r L 7 n IfTHECITIZEN i t i LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Second half of winter term is just beginning and it is a good time to enter school If you were kept at home by bad weather or other cause when the term began that neednot cheat you out of the whole winters school Many students are entering nowIIA half a loaf is better than no bread And the expense is reduc ed as well Little Clayton Fowler is still very sickMarshal Tatum and daughter Mary are both sick Daniel Alcorn of West Union is improving in health W H Porter made a business trip to Louisville cn Saturday- J Henry Fish of Mt Vernon paid a visit to his nephew Mr E T Fish this week Mr and Mrs J M Benge spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at WildieEd daughter is badly burned due to carelessly handling p lampiMiss Effie Johnson spent Friday with Mr and Mrs T A Robinson of Richmond Mr G 11 Rawlings our former townsman bat now of Panola was in town Saturday Prof Dinamore will speak next Sunday night chapel on the topicIIA Ringleader Acts 215 Supt Clark made a trip to Cincn nati on Tuesday in the interest of new improvements for the brickyard- Mr Arthur foreman at the brickyard is moving into the A F Robin son property formerly occupied by C H BlytheMrs Velle left Friday for her home in Celina 0 after a months visit with her daughter Mrs Charles L HansonL father of Mrs H M Jones has arrived from Ottawa Kan andwill make his home with Prof and Mrs Jones G W Reynolds is suffering this week from an attack of the grip while his wife who was sick last week is rapidly improving Prof M E Marsh has moved into the Fairchild property Saw Mason i now occupies the Lester house vac ated by Prof Marsh Mrs Julia Walker returned from I Covington Ky on Friday having spent some time with a sick sister who is now convalescent Mrs Lizzie Baker has been called I from Lexington on account of the ill ness of her mother and the death of iiherlittle niece Willie Gillen and Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter Adelaide left Monday morn ing for their new home in Suffern a suburb of New York City Miss Katharine Christian of Lex ington instructor in domestic science and a graduate of Pratt Institute N Y has been visiting Miss Almy the past week Wm Hart of FairlandIll brother of the late Postmaster J M Hart arrived Wednesday for a two weeks visit with his father James Hart and other relatives and friends in this vi- cinityMr J W Stephens and bride returned to Berea Tuesday after two purchasingrand Mrs Stephens will occupy the Pasco house Mrs J J Branaman was with them in Cincinnati during a portion of their stay there Mrs J 0 Caldwell and little daughters Ruth and Christine late of South Salem Ohio spent from Friday until Tuesday visiting Mrs Cald wells son and daughter Kenneth and Margaret who are in school here They stopped off here while on their way to join Mr Cald well in Pue blo Kansas their future home Rev John Dodwell left early Sat urday morning for Big Stone Gap Va He goes at the call of his presiding elder who promises to give him plenty of work to do in that field On every hand regrets are expressed at Bro Dodwells leaving Berea TilE CITIZEN and many friends wish him well in reentering the ministry The following names have been added to Tim CITIZEN subscription list this week H M Wallace J M Literal John Hughes A J Thomp son and H M Ernst Berea Rice C RichlHallie Embree South Nyack N Y l Rev John Dodwell Big Stone Gap Va Meredith Reynolds Eversole Miss Viola Schumaker New York I City r r1 sI CORRESPONDENCEf Second half of winter term is just beginning and it is a good time to enter school If you were kept at home by bad weather or other cause when the term began that need not cheat you out of the whole winters school Many students are entering nowCIA half a loaf is better than no bread And the expense is reduced as well OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Circuit court will begin at Boone ville Monday Houston Gabbard is very sick atthis writing W B Gab bard had a woodgetting Wednesday Sam Chandler has returned from the army He was mustered out on ac count of having been shot in the hand before he joined Meredith Gabbard left Wednesday for Hamil ton 0 to find employment Success to TOE CITIZEN and its many readers MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Lizzie Ponder who was operated on a few weeks ago is slowly improving James Reynolds and Mary Blanton of Hati were the guests of Nannie and Mary Gabbard Saturday and Sunday Rev Wills filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sun day at the Baptist churchMiss F Toddvisited Miss Lucy Cade Satur day night Miss Mary Botkins enter tained a number of friends at the home of her uncle Mr Felix Estridgo Friday nightMr Binam Fitts and Bige Estridge who went to Lexington to attend college a few days ago returned last week- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLEI J hasbeenwritingMrs Bell Morrison of New RichmondOhio is visiting her sister inlaw Mrs Lou Morrison Miss Mamie Bell who fell and broke her leg recently is doing nicelyMiss Mary E Smith who has been teach ing at Flomiugsburg finished her term last week and passed through our city Saturday on her way home to Covingtou KyThe members of the M E church are holding a rovi valLittle Emma Bell Overleigh who has been indisposed for a week or so is able to get out again JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBURG- L C Lyttle the hustling drum mer of this place for a Louisville saddle and harness house left Mon day for a two weeks tripWedding bells are ringing in this part of the country Married on the 15th at the home of the bride Miss Maggie Denham of this place to Mr Charlie Halcomb of Annville May they spend many happy years together is the wish of your correspondent W Goodman of Tyner was a pleasant visitor at Dr G C Goodmans Satur day nightJames Davidson of Peo plea was here on business Jan 10 Mrs Dan Rood of Choice Clay count has been visiting friends and rel atives at this placeMarried last week Miss Flora Estridge of High Knob near here to Mr Elias Smith of Burning Springs Clay county J H Bowman now of Mt Vernon but formerly of this place who left about live mouths ago for an exten live visit to the Wild West is back again shaking hands with old friends Budrelating the history of hill travel JOltllmm and Jim Smitbof Clay coun ty passed through town lust week Adam Rader who represents the Western Farmers Almanac company is selling quite a number of almanacs at this place He reports that he has an almanac 45 years oldE C Mc Whorter and John Carrier of Me Whorter Ky have routed R W Raders storehouse and part of his dwelling They will put in a 5000 stock of goods soon The style of the firm will be McWhorter Carrier rC Co Messrs A B Johnson and J W Bales of Annvillo passed here last week on a trip taking options on land for the oilcompanyFarris Begley of Owsley county is visiting friends at this placeS J Herndon has been appoint jury commissioner of this county for the first and leered magisterial districts KERBY KNOB Mr D C Sparks with his wife and little daughter has moved into the house of Mr J D Hatfield his fatherinlaw where ho will stay a few weeks after which he will move on to the farm of Mr J A McGuire E Hatfield who has been very ill has recovered Henry Click had a barn l lr raising on the nineteenth J D Hat field and his son William with D M Click have returned from Hamilton 0 where they appeared before the grand jury as witnesses in the case of the State of Ohio vs Fred Wellner for tho murder of James Hatfield Wellner was indicted and placed iu jail without bail until the February court ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Will M Shearer of Illinois has ro turned homeJ E McGuire and family left Jan 20 for Indian Terri toryH E Gadd and family of Richmond moved to tho old Gadd farm on Scaffold Cano this weekJ- J Martin and J S Waddle have shut down their sawmill OKU gone to fox huntingJ W Told who has been on the sick list is convalescent Mr and Mrs Will Stephens Sr and little son John spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W McCollom Mrs Chessie R Martin visited her cousin Mrs J E McGuire last Sat urdayMr and Mrs W H Stoph ens visited relatives on Clear Creek last Sunday Misses Maud and Jalio Abney of Orlando are visiting rela tives on Davis Branch W Steph ens went to Bertn Saturday on busi ness OUR COUNTY NEWS Burnam Baker and brother are con tractors to build three miles of new pike extending from tho Wallaceton and Paint Lick pike up the Walnut Meadow Fork to the Walnut Meadow pikeMr Curt P Adams received the highest grade 9G per cent in the examination for the position of rural lettercarrier fpr route No 1 soon to be started out of Richmond and will doubtless receive tho appointment The anniversary of the organization of the Young Mens Christian Associ ation of Richmond occurred Friday Jan 1C As the result of tho years work the association counts one hun dred and fortyone men in its mom bershipCol Ion B Nail chairman of the agricultural and horticultural brauch of the Kentucky Exhibit Association together with the County committee whose names were given in last weeks issue earnestly urge the people of Madison county to join with them in helping to secure samples of the best farm products of the county for exhi bition at the St Louis Worlds Fair in 1101 The expense of shipping these products to St Louis will bo borne by the State committee COLLEGE ITEMS Fiftysix students have been enrolled during the past week bringing the total enrollment up to 809 A furnacekiln of latest improved pattern with a capacity of 250000 bricks is being built at the brickyard at an estimated cost of 3000 Mrs Wm G Frost entertained the students whose homes she visited last summer at her home Wednesday night Enjoyable games were provided and refreshments were served Prof and Mrs L V Dodge de lightfully entertained a number of tbo now teachers at dinner Friday evening Those prebent were Tutors Literal Wallace and Lindsloy and Misses Beebe Raymond Hagan and MinckloyDr made n trip to Cincinnati on Sunday in the interests of the College and returned Monday bring ing with Miss Longbrake an experienced nurse front Christs Hospital who will have charge of the Hospital for the present Miss Alice Larry lateof Providence R L daughter of Pres Larry of Lincoln Memorial University Cum berland Gap Tenu who la a fine viol inist and cellist will assist intho concert to be given Tuesday night Jan 27 by the College band See full program in another column The men rooming in the new In dustrial building have organized a miniature commonwealth with legislature higher and lower courts and state and county officers Thus or ganized the students of that building within certain lines will govern them selves An offender will be given a trial before an impartial jury and sen tence passed If he considers the penalty unjust ho may appeal to the higher court and as a final resort to the Faculty Those concerned have high hopes for the sucqess of their now venture S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKiTIIKK IIUIIKAU Voluntary Obtarvcn Meteorological Ileronl for week endingJanuaryIS1903at llerea fitutlnn Maximum 47 January 15 Minimum 6 January IS Rainfall 00 in F D CAR- VALUPOF OLD CARPETS non Thpjr Stny rte heed For Uordera snit nan Do not condemn the old carpet until you have studied Its possibilities The usunl method when n carpet gives out Is to buy n new one for the best room take the old one for the next host niul FO on down Hut this Involves either waste or pntchlncss its one seldom him two rooms the siuno size or shape The old carpet usually has some nood brontltlis and If these are mended jind cleansed there will be milllclent font bonier rue Always darn u carpet with Its ravellupi says the Ohio Knrmer darting to a piece of tannin similar In color not n piece of the carnet which would produce a clumsy effect It Is nut so dllllcult to wash n woolen carpet as one would at first think crud In making It over the breadths way be put Rate the tub one by one Two tubs will be necessary for long breadths Have the tubs half full of quite hot suds iishiK use tahlct poonfii of sonic goal wushlni powder to each pailful of water Allow the breadth to soak for n few minutes then rub It on the Imnrd and rinse In a tub of clear water Hy foldliiR It four thicknesses mil tin FcrcwJiiR the cogs It may be passed through the wringer or If the day be pleasant It may be hung dripping from the line Whole carpets are sometimes scrubbed upon the liner utter the carpet Is well dusted and the liner washed clean but they are not apt to dry ns dear as when washed In breadths When using the old carpet for a bor der miter the corners as the carpet lay ers do pressing the seams before tack lug It down and plan to have the weak or patched places come under tome large piece of furniture where they will twelve hut little wear Old newspapers nre excellent for wuddlng they cost nothing are clean suit the printers Ink keeps off moths Itegular carpet pining cannot bo successfully tlll1nl1 for re laying for simple sweeping will not free It from dust while n regular shak lug or whipping will reduce It to atones iIoi to Ivagthcn CIllldrrlla IneLa A pretty wily to leiigthcu childrens frocks Is to cut off the hew leaving n seam on It put on strip of Insertion from one to three or tour tinhe as re quired replace the tWill and the skirt Is all right Ito the sleeve the Mime and you may put a strip nroiind the bodice directly under the arms If iitvil ll1 Insertion Is so chimp nowaday that this tines not lumen iniieli expense HIMT tit Cure the rli According to a french physician an attack of grip eau be cured by cologne The prescription Is also recoinmeiidtM for colds which at this season lire M stubborn and so common To be dice the the cologne must be used at the very beginning of the disease The very best cologne Is oured on n hand kerchief and tho fumes Instantly In haled through the nose and mouth If the trouble Is concentrate In the throat the relief It Is said Is almost Immedi ate At tint tho Inhalations are made at Intervals of but two or three min utes After a burning sensation has IHCU excited u rlod of ten or fifteen minutes may elapse Twelve hours Is a fair test with tile remedy Its failure after that length of treatment being re trardei as an Indication that grip was already too far under way HIMT to feet Ilir heat of lest Ior deep frying put In u thin slice of bread and If It browns while you can count sixty the fat Is hut enough for raw materials It It browns while you count forty It Is right for food pre pared from rooted lUh or meat such us croquette Use plenty of fat and always strain It carefully before put ting It away for future use llotr to Iruliru the Dining Hootu A few drops of oil of lavender In a silver bowl or ornamental dish of some kind halt filled with very hot water null sot In the dining room just before dinner Is served gives a delightful and Intangible freshness to the atmosphere of the apartment Hostesses often put a swell vessel In the parlor and dress lug rooms when arranging the house for A festivity The suggestion Is cape chilly valuable to the hostess Iu a small apartment which sometimes In the bus tic of preparation becomes stuffy lion to drain Book To remove grease spots from books place the stained pages between sheets of blotting paper In order to protect the rest then lay powdered magnesia or French chalk ou and under the grease marks and press over the blotting pa per with a hot Iron The powder will absorb the grease and leave the pages quite clean Slow to VMh a Macklntoab A dirty mackintosh can be quickly cleaned by spreading It on a table and then scrubbing it with yellow soap and tuft water The brush used should be a nailbrush When the dirty spots are all removed rinse the mackintosh In cold water till quite free of soap and then hang out In the shade to dry Do not wring It or place it near u tire but content yourself with giving It a shake and then allowing the air to complete the drying process lion to Slake Sweet Potato Tie Boll the potatoes until mealy mash flue and rub through a sieve to u cup fill add halt a cupful of sugar halt u cupful of butter with tho sugar three well beaten eggs the grated rind and juice of half u lemon and a grating of nutmeg bake without a top crust In a good oven for half an hour Slow to Tell a Good Lobster The llvu lobster always curls up the minute It strikes boiling water and it maintains that contracted form after being boiled If a lobster li straight and soft after boiling It li not In a good condition THE MARKETS At UTOITID A 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI January 2- 1CArrLICommon 1200 ISQrj Ir Butohera825 416 Shippers426 f 48- 5CALVESChoice600 050 Large Common 4 00 500- Hoos Common rIO cffl tl2t Fair good light 1520 M OJS Packing150SuasrGood Common to falr225 105 LAMBS Good to choice 550 flY 505 a Common to fair 00 540 WOEATNo2 Bed jO J 80 CORN 4il 4 4t OATSNo2 mixed87y1 J IS RiENo 2 07- FLOORIVinter patent3liO 4 885- II fnncy3Y5 840 II Fatuityl tNJ a1O MILL FESn17502000HuNo Timothy Jtj fib 1700 II No2 1600 lliro No1 Clover 12W 1800 No2 lI00ItW POCLTRT Young chickens Wi Heavy liens 10 Roosters II 6 TurkoyII Iii Ducks 12 Eoos Fresh near by 22 if 25 HIDES Wot Halted j1 No dry snIt Ir Hull j11 Sheepskins HO 70 TALLOW Prime city OI i 01II Country li OUR TEAM HARNESS varies in style and finish according to price hut at all figures thuroH good value The stock used throughout in good oaktanned leather Tho trimmings whether of nickel brass rubber or iron are of excellent quality The workmanship visible and invisible is fir tclnlS This harness will wear out but wont breakout itI Double Wagon Harness 1500 and up Buggy Harness 5 750 9 10 12 15175020 25 30 35The best line of Work Col lars that you can find andat the lowest prices T J Moberly Richmond Ky NOTINANYTRUST t jfanviifrr itnT n irMatMy glvrn rultrney lu trlnt vi r meiIn the soar t that THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO hail tutored a tnint or rxmblnntlnn wo wish- to u mire the public tlmtthero U no truth In such trprls Vr tmvn liven nmnufacturlnis sewing mmliuun Irovrra inmrtiTofu centu ry iiinl hut Miitiilli lio l u npiiutloii for our elves and our IIIIIthlrh a that la the envy of all other Our Xnr llotnr machine has never been rivaled III n family rhlneIi MaixUut tlmliomlufnll fjfi tirade sewing machliirfiinil fill IU ores merits The leer IH the only rtallu HHitt HtAltK Saclng Marl se nn the tnarltft- It U not nmi ary for ui turntcr Into a toil towivo our rnilll or wy any debts na we have limit LU Ui cry Wo have never entered Into roinixtltlun with iiuintifactunniof low grade cheun machine lluil nruinadn to sell regard less of Inlrinnlc units lk not ho do eel vrsl when mama sewing machine dont Mnit your money away dams home call on a Xeip Rome Ittnlff ho ram well you u litter machine for leas than you can purchoM cUcwhcro If there In no dealer near you wrIte direct to us THENEWHOMESEWINQMACHINECO ORANGE MASS New Vork hleneo IIIHt Ixiilln Mo Allan tu Iu Diilltm Tex Hun Kninclicii Oil SISCO CO Nlcbolasville Ky NOTICE aquaintlancewho can MAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send me your address or call when in town CHAS A KING Superintendent of Buildings Berea College L West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Meat Sliced Hnrn Lard Sausage egotlJ blcfl etc Highest price for Country Produce R H ROYSTON Phone II Opfoltc IliinlettfJJIIII II Inn llmulm Hullers u llui Is the value H A Tisdalo Summer ton S 0 places on DeVittH Witch Hazel Salvo Ho saysIII hud the piles for twenty years I trued many doctors and n divines but all failed except DoWittH Witch Hazel Salve It curedme It is a combination of the healing proportion of Witch Hazel with antiBoptic and emollients re lieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itching und protruding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases For sale by East End Drug Co IEXPERIENCE Truce MARKS DC8ICNO COPrn16NT1 Aa Antnae Mndlne sleleh atria tiMrnpnon may ulrklr rwt ii nr iti n fr wbecher IknnlnclifmnednltLIlslnibxon1junuMar r Hiti Utvn ihrvu fh tuna iik teirsr- eetai wl1hoatch rft lalba Scientific JltncricaH handml Illalrald wllt Jmoi elf tataaonofsntenla ttMirnai Ttmp a nwdrtlIRMUNNarucbnek eltIY WwbtartaQv A Nrlrnllllc IHMutrrylKodol dow for tea stomach that which it lit unable to do for iUolf oven when but nlightly disordered or overloaded Kodol supplies the natural juices of digestion and dote the work of the stomachrelaxiug the nervous tension while the inflamed immclea of that organ are allowed to rust lull heal Kodol digests whht you eat and ell- ables the stomach such digestive or gnus to transform all food Into rich red blood For sale by East End Drug Co- LOUISVILLE dI NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 16 1902 lolrie Nurlli TInt 4 Isliy Leave lloiea e 21 am Arrive Richmond 3 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