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JAMES M RACER An Week I Devoted to the Interests of Kntereil NEditor THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR l I VOL IV A Family Pnpor BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAKCII 12 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 8S IpEASIIt laktH n lifetime to learn how to live Mien do IOHS tliau thoy ought unties thoy do nil that they can The way to Imvo work welldone in for uvory ono to do ti lilllo more titan limahroConvinio n wino man of his mis itake and ho will llmnk your convjc- nfool and ho will iimnlt you FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tliu JnpnnoftoSlonmHliip Company will build three now ships for tlio 1a ciilo tnnlo C M Mivtker of BOH ton has pur cluiswl Iliu Englo gold mina in Slnx iro It m ono of tea richest in tlio world paying 5SK to tlio ton Tlio fallnro of thu Japanese rico crop Las oatiwd fnmino in tits northern Hviuc of thn island and IMJOOO IN rmiiH aro said to bo starving ChiIre in China MilllouriIthin momlMTH of tho Spanish Cabinet IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Dr Dnniel C Oilman for many years president of JolniH Hopkiim University lips hl11 elected president or till American Bible Society During tlllI two sessions of tho Firty Nevodh Congress IHIJO bills anti res olutions wero introduced in th Hotine aunt HItO of thono woro acted on Senator Oorman of Maryland will Ixi tho Democratic leader in the Fifty eighth CongriHH and promises to in nugiiralo a progrmslva and aggres J Hire policy In the extra session of tho Senato snve ate u ro elected and thirteen lIonlnlIamong advocates of temH nineo owing lo the fact that tho Immigration bill just patted prohibitH tho sale of liquor in tho uatioualcapitol Tho naval appropriation of Con thoItraining ships and a wooden brig Tho protected cruiser Chattanooga WitH Innnched at Elizabeth N J tho chrmtoniug ceremony being perform wl by Min Lillian Nelson ChambliHs daughter of Chattanoogas Mayor COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Senator McCrehry HUH appointed an him private Hocrotnry lit ll Cohor Dixon WobstoY county The new city directory of 1011 ln ill u given that city a population ilK8 a gain of I71S over 1102 and 17187 over tho census report of IKX President James S Hathaway of Kentucky College made an address Friday before tho convention of pres IdentH of agricultural colleges con vened at Chattanooga Tenn Pros Hathaway was for some years n resi dent of Heron hnllIlam is eligible to reelection mud has ordered that hula namo ho placed on thin ImllotH of thin Democratic primary stay ft IXXJ An appeal from this decision to tho Court of Apposite has been made Tho employes of tho Ashland Shoot Mill Ashland aro out on n strike Thin Company noisome nonunion men to workbut a clash botweu thorn and the strikers during which shots worn 1I0llullionmenIto trouble is expected Kentuckys war claim for 51323 9KU has boon paid by the United States Government This sum rep resents tho money furnished tho Na tional Government from 1801 GG and 1 tho interest on same for 10 years This is tho largest interest claim yet allowed to any State Tho claim was presented in 1HOI by Capt C C Calhoun and for fifteen months ho lens bonus constantly engaged in its prose cution Ho will receive 71200 for Isle services Governor Beckham in sists that tho money bo used to wipe out tho State dobt DROPS DEAD IN TRAIN Prof W B Chamberlain of Oak Park Dlos of Heart Disease Apparently in the best of health Roy W B Chamberlain professor ol church music in tho Chicago Theolog ical Seminary mid dean of thin M Lisle School ol Chicago University board ed a train for Clourun Saturday night clotoen miles ho was head Near Havens wood ho left his sent and wont to tho front of thin car for a drink of water As ho put tho cup down ho fell lo thin hoer When passengers who sprang to Isis assistance lifted him up lifts was extinct Heart disease from which he hind been n sufferer for soy eral years was tho cause of his deaths As II musical director Prof Cham berlain was well known throughout thin country and ho hurt written soy oral woks that nro used as textbooks on ole clltiunllry expression Ho was to havo beets musical director of tho Worlds Sundayschool convention to ho hell in Jerusalem in ItXM Bo sides being an instructor and head of tho Music dopitrlmont in Oberlin Col logo and thin University of Chicago Rev Mr ChamlRrlaiu wits for ninny yours a leading pastor of Philadel phia and until his death was engag ed in thin ministry in addition lo his other duties The hoclwnll taken Sunday to Prof ChuiiilxirlainH home at Oak Park and on Monday afternoon a short service conducted by 11ev1Yil FirsttCongregational church The remains wero thou taken to Olwrlin for inter ment and regular funeral services were hold there Tuesday afternoon Ills wife and five children survive Prof Chamberlain Prof Chamberlain was a hearty supporter mid sympathizer of Heron College and its work He hind made several visits to Boron tho last ono ling New Years tiny of this year At that time ho delighted tho students and citizens with his reading and singing and charmed nil who mot him by his kindly manner and court ly and dignified hearing OPERETTA KING COLE At Richmond March 13 and IBenefit Pattlo A Clay Infirmary Tho Operetta King Colo will bo given tomorrow and Saturday nights March 13 and M and Saturday after noon rformanert beginning nt 2K p m at Grand Opera House Muss KatioStraussof Cincinnati is training thin young people with great success There are to bo seventy girls and boys in tho Operetta besides King Cole tho Queen audjthoso who dance in tho minuet It is given for tho benefit of tho Pattio A Clay Infirmary The ladies feel that thoy have peon most fortunate in securing Mr Frank Hoot of Louisville to take thin part of King Colt Ho has scored ninny successes in Louisville and will soon take thin leading part in tho Now Opera Gala suya Mr Hoots voice is n baritone full of richness and volume The trains nro running now so tho Heron people will ho able to avail themselves of tho opportunity not only to hoar local talent but to help n worthy cnONo THE COLLEGE DININOHALL Judging from the amount of food they got away with it is certain that thin 2f0 students who boarded at tho main Dining Hall through tho winter turn are blessed with good appetites Indeed it would havo taxed tho in genuity of n loss able matron than Mrs Hong to supply tho wants of tho inner tuna for so navy hungry boys and girls Au enumeration of tho amount of foodstuffs used may sound like fiction but is true nevertheless For broadstuffs a barrel of Hour and two bushels of corn meal were requir ed daily Those wero baked up into 25 pones of corn bread 60 loaves of bread 1200 gems or 1100 biscuits as tho case might boo In meats one third of a bear or 50 largo cans of salmon would suffice for a meal For the vegetable portion of each meal 2J bu potatoes timid 2 bu of beets or tiO cans of corn mid 60 heads of cabbage or 12 gal beans hind to bojfurnished GO cans of poaches or IB gal of ber lies supplied ouch ono with fruit To satisfy thin fondness of this host of students for pastry sib pies or 50 quarts of pudding wore necessary for dessert In addition to thjs abundant anti wholesome diet there was always tho pleasant social contact which is never morn beneficial than nt meal time Is it any wonder that a large majority of this boarders at tho Din lug hull this winter weighed more at tho closo of tho term than at the beginning ALPHA ZETA ANNUAL On Friday night last Alpha Zotn hall was tastefully decorated with so duty colors iflowers etc on tho occa sion of the societys Third Annual Plates worn laid on tho six tables nidi tiling from thin center of the room for abut 80 guests Theso included tho society members as ninny young la dies who aro seemingly more fully Alpha Zetenns than tho members themselves a largo share of tho noisily mill n tow others After thin discussion of sandwiches fruit cocoa icocrenm and cake Pres- Ident A F HoiiEoy announced thin literary exercises ns follows Welcome Address Goo W Pow Response Tutor N A McCJune Tho Faculty H J Green Hosponso Prof S C Mason Thin Alpha ZotaLadiosH MErnst Response Miss Anna F Hanson Alpha Zeta Fcciety Mrs E Frost Response Ennis B Toals The constitutional hour for closing cause all too sown and offhand speeches worn omitted OUR COUNTY NEWS A second largo tide in tho Kentucky river at Valley View this week brought down thousands of additional logs The seven pikes entering our county seat will bo worked for n distance of threw miles out by tho prisoners in tho county jail by order of thin Fiscal CourtIt stated that Dora Clay Brock and her husband have had to leave Whitehall whore they went to live with Gets C M Clay Gun Clay is1 said to havo requested them to come to his homo but since changed his mindHarry Surfice a fourteon year old boy was killed Mardi Ii at Valley View Ho was playing in tie powder house and ignited a keg of powder which set lire to fourteen other kegs of powder demolishing tho building and killing tho boy Tho Fiscal Court made an appro priation to furnish an appropriate floralemblem to be placed on Senator McCrearys desk whims ho took his seat in thin Senate last Thursday Congressman Gilbert put tho unworn in place Tho JtrgMer has entered upon its thirtyeighth year of publication Tuesday it passel under n now man agement T Hood Little resigning his position as editor and giving place to hits suceeSHor Then II Pickets Mr Little will engage in thin ice hits iness at Hendersonville N C Dont l4nik So Cr1 Of course if you cant help it then that ends tho matter But we believe your can Its riot a matter of will power The world isnt all going to pieces Tho wholo trouble is with your liver and just one of Ayors Pills each night WIll remove all this trouble REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured market for hotnoflDjm and homowoven goods such as bod coverlids linen dress unsay jeans blankets otc at follow jug pricos Coverlids E 4 to W Linen 40 to 60 cents n yard Dross Liusey 50 cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Covorlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches longAllhomemade dyes Any woman who wants to sellcovor lids or homespun to Boron College should Find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in por son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Bores Ky Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer WJIEKE AHE Tim EYES that are perfect in structure and func tionNot one pair in a thousand nro free from defects of noino kind Some lire so slight that this wearing of glasses is not necessary In other cases the temporary tine of- EYEGLASSES OK SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will do cido what must bo done It is made hero free of coat- We carry a largo assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles had can fit sim plo canes immediately Te Aa Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Asthma U One of my daughters had a terrible case of asthma We tried almost everything but without relief We then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and three and onehalf bottles cured herEmma Jane Entsminger Langsvllle O Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainlycures manycases of asthmaAnd bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds Three titer25eenough for an ordinary tutu right for bronchltli nets hard coidr nrj f molt economical for hrulIl handj MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of nil kintlH done in a vvorknmnliko nmmipr nt n n Rontiblu prices andwith dispatch All work guar lnh1 hy GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Maui ntnl Collins Streets DR MaE JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Pittedup Meals Board amid pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R G1 ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND- RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL L t li t 3 f + IHd h3 t id r3 F f I 1 bld ItIIIIIIIltltIIIIIII d k i IINEV SPRING HATS II I Thin now hats for spring H03 nro hero latest styles just from Now York and Philadelphia anti much tho largest stock in Madi t son county to choose from Ilnfs hero to please every fancy nt prices to suit bvery pocket hook EXTRA VALUES AT i 100 150 200 250 and up to 5 Covington and Banks IRichmond OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS tI IIM I IM M I M liMM MI I oJ I IeIII IeMooIt i 11111111 II mIAn elegant I r Will be given away by BiCKNELL EARLY I This month i Inquire for Particularsi t n 1111110111 N 11011 011 011 N1N1 N N11N1 011000 011010 NNNNNMNNN 1111 Madison County Roller Mills I i i a LhI1 LriiLLF i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour t Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc j Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beir hard to PRIDE OF MADISON is beatIHI 1 f Potts Duersoni i KyNTHEODORE JR REGISTERED NO 14223 I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar nt my homo in Boron Ky for tho spring season of 1903 nt f0 cents payable at time of service This boar is n very flue hog gave entire satisfaction tho past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the has served in countfandthe Herudon 41OUAItANIIPaint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAM MAR Brand x PAINTBo- ught of thin EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of FUKNITUKI3 always on handtWo invito our Heron friends to snake themselves nt homo at JOP INS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATT INGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Nf Phonee47366JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky c5J ITHECITIZEN Butting Into- Society Hank Cut Ice In Circle City but Wasnt Worth Deans In Boston from 7 cttera From aStlf Made Mtr ttianl to Ilia Sim llIcorye Jtufiirr Jnrlmrr Jfjjwnnfcwltw of Smalt Mity Wont d On JtiMWirnu fim p 0 I never see n follow trying to crawl or to buy Ills way Into society that I dont think of my old friend limit Smith and Ills wife Knte Kate Botts she was before lie married her anO how they tried to butt their way through the upper crust Hank nml I were boys together In Missouri and he stayed along in the old town after I left I heard of him on nUll off as tending store n little and farming a little and loafing n good deal Thou I forgot all about him until one day a for years ago when he turned up In the papers as Captain Henry Smith the Klondike gold king Just back from Circle City with a mil anything you please lptClaihll9usrh never any limit to what a miner mny be worth In those except his Imagination I was n little puzzled when a week later my olllee boy brought mo n card reading Colonel Henry Augustus llottesSmythe but I supposed It was some distinguished foreigner who had come to size mo up so that he could round out his roast on Chicago In his new book and I told the boy to show the colouellu Ive got a pretty good memory for faces and Id bought too much store plug of hark in iny time not to know him even with n clean shave and a plug hat Sonic men dry up with sue cess but It was Just spouting out of Hank Told me hod made Inca pile and that he was tired of luring on the slag- heap that hed spent his whole life where money hardly whispered let alone talked and be was going now where It would shout Wanted to know what was the use of being a nob If u fellow wasnt the nobblest sort of a nob Said hed bought a house on Ilea con Hill In Boston and that If Id prick up my ears occasionally Id hear something drop Into the Hack Hay Handed me his new card four times and explained that It was the rawest sort of dog to carry a brace of names In your card holster tUat It gave you the drop on the swells every time and that they Just had to throw up both hands and pass you the pot when you showed down Said that llottes was old I uSlIsh for Botts and that Smythe was new American for Smith the Augustus was Just n fancy touch a sort of high earl kicker I didnt explain to Hank because It was congratulations and not explanations that he wanted and make It n point to show a customer the line of goods that bus looking for And I never heard the full particulars of his experiences In the east though from what I learned afterward Haul struck Boston with n bang all right He located his claim on Helicon Hill between n Mayflower descendant and i a Declaration signers greatgrandson breeds which believe that when the Lord made them he was through and that the rest of us Just happened And he hadnt been In town two hours before he started In to make Improve meats There was n high wrought iron railing III front of his house and he had that glided first thing because as he said ho wasnt running a rev ceiving vault and he didnt want any mistakes Then ho bought a nice open barouche had the wheels painted red hired a nigger coachman and started out In style to be sociable and get acquainted Left his card all the way down one side of Beacon street and then drove back leaving It on the other Everywhere he stopped he found that the whole family wns out Kept It up a week on and ofT but didnt seem to have any luck Thought that the men must be hot sports and the women great gadders to keep on the jump so much Allowed that they were the liveliest little lot of liens that ho had ever chased Decided to quit try dig to moil em one at a time and planned out something that he reck oned would round up the whole bunch Hank sent out a thousand Invita dons o Ills grand opening as he called It left one at every house within a mile hind a brass baud ou the front steps and fireworks ou the roof Or dered forty kegs from tbo brewery and hired n fancy mixer to sling together mild snorts as he called them for the ladles They tell me that when the humid got to going good on the stops amid the fireworks on the roof even Beacon street looked out the windows to see what was doing There must have been 10000 pcoplo In the street and not a soul but Hank and his wife and the mixer lu the house Some ore yelled Speecbl and then the whole crowd took it up till Hank came out on the steps Ho shut off the band with ono laud and stopped time tire works with the other Said that ppeechmaklng wasnt his strangle hold that hed been living ou snowballs In the Klondike for so long that his gus pipe was frozen but that this wel cOllie started the Ice and he thought about three fingers of the plumbers favorite prescription would cut out the frost Would the crowd join him Ho hind invited a few friends In for the evening but there seemed to be some misunderstanding about the date nnd he hated to have the good stuff curdle on his hands While this was going on the May flower descendant was telephoning for the police from one side and the sign ers ireatgrnndson front the other nnd Just as the crowd yelled and broke for the house two patrol wagons full of policemen got there lint they hm to turn lu a riot call mutt bring out the reserves before they could break up Hanks little Itostou ten party After all Hank did what he starlet out to do with lib party rounded up nil his neighbor III n bunch tlmugl not exactly according to schedule For next morning there were so nanny dt mnidants nod greatgrandson in tin police court to prefer charges that It looked like n reunion of tho pllgrln fathers The Judge lined Hank on nix teen counts sad hound him over to keep the pence for a hundred years That afternoon he loft for tho west on a special because the limited didnt get there quick enough Hut before go fug he tnckcd on the front door of lib house n sign which rend Neighbors paying their party calls will please not heave rocks through windows to attract attention Not In mul not going to be lone hack to Circle City for n lit tle quiet Yours truly HANK SMITH N DToo swift for your uncle Hank dropped by my olllee for a minute on his way to Frisco Said lie liked things lively limit there was alto gether too much roughhouse on Hea con Hill for him Judged that as the crowd which wasnt Invited was so- wasblamed sociable the one which invited would have stayed n week If It hadnt slipped up ou the date That might be the Itostou Idea Lint ho want ed a little more refinement In his Said he was n pretty free spender nnd would hold his end up but he hated n hog Of course I told Hank that Boston wasnt alt that It was cracked up to be III the school histories and that Circle City wasnt so tough as it rend In the newspapers for there was no way of making him understand that he might have lived In Boston for n hundred years without being Invited to a straw berry sociable Hecnuso n fellow cuts Ice on the arctic circle It doesnt follow that hes going to be worth beans on the Hack B- ayWHEN II YOU TALK Have Something to Say Say It Then Stop From ltttrn FVnm a Self Made Mcr- cliant to liLt Son tiy Ueuroe Unmet Jjtrlmir tr Dear Plerrepont Yours of the 4th has the right ring and It says more to the number of words used than any letter lint I have ever received from you I remember reading once that some fellows use language to conceal thought but Its been my experience that a good many more use It Instead thoughtA mans conversation should be regulated by fewer and sliBpler rules than nay other function of the human animal They are llave something to say Say It Stop talking Heglnnlng before you know what you want to say and keeping ou after you have said It lauds n merchant in a law suit or the poorhouse and the first Is a short cut to the second I maintain a legal department here and It costs a lot of money but Its to keep me from going to l w- Its all right when you are calling on n gfrl or talking with friends after din per to run a conversation like n Sunday school excursion with stops to pick flowers but III the olllee your sentences should be the shortest distance possible between periods Cut out the Introduc tion and the peroration and stop be fore you get to secondly Youve got to preach short sermons to catch sinners nut deacons wont believe they need long ones themselves Give fools the first and women the last word Time meats always In the middle of tie sandwich Of course n little butter on either side of it doesnt do any harm If Its Intended for a man who likes but ter Hemember too that Its ender to look wise than to talk wisdom Say less that the other fellow and listen more than you talk for when n mans listening ho isnt telling on himself and hes haltering the fellow who Is Give most men n good listener and most wo men enough note paper and theyll tell nil they know THE FOOL ROOSTER f Htt Always Crowing but Its the Hen Thai Liyt Ihe Egg Ive heard a good deal lu my time about the foolishness of lions but when It comes to right down plum foolishness give me n rooster every time lies always strutting and stretching nnd crowing and bragging about thliiKH with which be had noth lug to do When the sun rises youd think that he was making all tho light Instead of all the noise When the farmers wife throws the scraps In tho benyard ho crows as If be WIH the provider for the whole farmyard and was asking n blessing on the food When he meets another rooster he rows and when tho other rooster licks him ho crows And so be keeps It up straight through the day lie even wakes up during till night and crows a little on general principle Out when you hear from n hUll shes laid nn egg and she dont make u great deal of noise about it either l rom Letters lrbm a Self Nude Mcr chant to lilt Sou by George Horace LOrimer KENTUCKY AND THE ST lOUIS WORLDS FAIR Notes from the Kentucky Exhibit Association 2i 000 buttons of an origami design worked out in seven colors which will make n souvenir for nil who wish to contribute not over ono dollar towards tho 100000 fund will ho sold by the Association Thu button is 11 inches PcrlldIminioturo should bo sent in at once to J BI Hughes secretary Louisville Ky Tho visit of Chins P Weaver chair man of tho Mineral Exhibit Com mitt o and Prof C J Norwood of Lexington to St Louis lust week ro sulted in securing t000 squaro foot of space for tho Mineral Exhibit Ken tucky coal and coko will bo displayed in the Stale exhibit as well as in the collective exhibit of till tho States Tho contributions to tho fund from coal companies are tended by Col John B Atkinson for tho St Bernard Mining Co with SOTfynud the Nation al Coal and Iron Co with 250 The Fayetto County Committee last Thursday mado a personal can vass of tho business mon of Lexington nud secured 2000 with the promise of f2000 to 3000 moro toward the 100000 fund Other cities and towns will follow this good example At the two days session of the Com mittee on Exhibits of Agriculture and Horticulture held in Louisville last week rules governing the collection of all products under the charge of this committee were drafted These rules will bo forwarded to the county commitees at an trt11ato The work has been divided into cloven departments and Chairman Nail has placed a member of tho Stato Commit too at the head of each department Chairman Nail and fit P Johnson will go to St Lous in a few days in the interest of theso exhibits The Ktiiniftrli In the Jinn A weak stomach weakens tho man because it cannot transform tho food ho eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot bo restored to any sick moo or sly weak woman without first restoring health and strength to tho stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feel tho tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of tho body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies sweetens and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach anti cures indigestion dyspepsia nUll all stomach troubles For wale by East End Drug Co t A Studyin 1 1 Scarlet 2 Being the adventures of Sherlock Holmes DETECTIVE In unraveling a Murder Mystery 3 The Story Is AI Conan Doyles- Masterpiece And will be PRINTED IN THIS PAPER VhlA In a Nnnin Everything is in tho name when it conies to Witch Hazel Salvo E C Do Witt S Co of Chicago discovered Homo years ago how to mako a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin dis eases DoWittn Salvo has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for De Wilts the genuine For sale by East End Drug Co THE SCHOOL A VISIT To tho Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville I visited Feb 15 maid 15 tIm Fchool for the deaf and dumb lit Danville Ky I tens suprisod at its gieatnesi Tho little deaf and dumb children thero are from all over tho Stato The institution is well equipped to take care of them They lure fed on good wholesome food treated kindly in every respecf nnd are taught to treat Inch other kindly I first went to tho dininghall There were twentysix tables with twelve persons at a tuhlo They all enjoyed themselves for about ij of an hour as happy nud harmless as little hints Their teachers were also eat lUg in the same room Sunday morning wo wont to chapel A chapter was read by motion All seemed to understand it Then they worn divided into Sundayschool classes and are taught in such a man nor that all understood tin lesson Mommy Feb Hi I visited Miss Jennie Leos class room She had a primary class of fifteen children from tho ago of nix to nine years among which was a little lay of my own They wero all children who hind enter ed this year und knew nothing about school It was enough to interest any man and especially ono who has a child in that condition I cannot take time to describe all I saw and hoard but I will give you a spoiling lesson for example Tine teacher gave out ten wortislluchafl situ could think of which they had newer studied Tho whole close Hpelknl every word correctly except ono little boy who missed ono word Shin hall kinds of pictures on tho wall She lauded tho pointer to n little boy and told him in a whisper to show her tho picturbs of a dog which ho did easily She then asked for different pictures which ho pointed out with ease She took the entire class through this exercise with very few failures I have visited a great many schools but that was the Iwst taught class I over saw I have never seen a class that could talk and hear that was an far advanc ed for the time in school I lint a talk with Supt Rogers who said the greatest per cent of deaf mutes of tho State are in twenty mountain counties in thu eastern part of tho Slate I asked him if they were all in school He said not more than hell I wish tho parents of every deaf and dumb child would visit this institu tion They would bo HO interested they would not fail to send their chil dren to school E F Dizney in IS was superintendent of an academy on Vocums Crook near Diznoy101lt ollico and aroused mich a spirit of educational work that it line turned everybody out of that noighhorhord to school I do not know how many thero are from Diuey P 0 in the deaf and dumb school at Ianvillebut I mot seven That ought to show every iKxly lint educational work pays When Mr Dizney went to thud school there was tho least educational spirit there of anywhore in tho country I shall close by toying that the editor will send n copy of this to every mat who has n deaf nUll dumb child in eastern Kentucky Jons Boooa DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky u Ciiriix Sclntlc ItliiMinmllitii Mrs A E Simpson LOn Craig St Knoxville Tenn writes June 10th 1899 1 have Deem trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for rheumatism but I get moro relief from Ballardfl Snow Liniment than any medicine or any thing I have over tried Enclosed find post oilico order or100 Send me a large bottle by Southern Ex press Sold by East End Drug Co THE HOME- DOMESTICSCIENCEFORGIRLS Rev Jenkins L Jones of Chicago says they Need Training In Housekeeping A girl who caunot mako and bilk broad compound pudding and wash cold iron her own shirtwaist is n fraud young American womanhood IUlJOII Hov Jenkin Lloyd Moues boo era tho National Housewife associa tionof Chicago A ml you mothers and housewives urn to blaino for the com mon fooling of your uaughterMagiaiwt kituhen service Why conditions have reached the stage that an American horn girl would rather work in a stunt or factory than in a home doing housework This Horvant girl question is becom ing more vital than trusty tariff or anything else in tho nations category of unsettled things It sheets the home and family tho mot sscred in dilutions in tho land and has much to do with tho unhappinesMof till nation Every girl ought to have lessons in homomaking sho ought to bo proud of her housekeeping npilitiw shin ought to glorify kitchen work not scorn it How many men thorn tint dayfuioromtuliuttehotlnerlarnhufu woman l otintiiig of having begun life as adishwasher kitchen girl An l what in tho difference pmyY This idea that kitchen work ill menial must be corrected nud tutu IOHHOIIH must gin at toms in every homo Thin speaker furthvr eiproM It1 hiiu self in favorof a largo sliced of domen tic Hcienco for girls to offset tho man ual training schools for lays Ho said ho know of persoiiN of whom he was one who htsnd ready to establish such a school in Chicngo I noon an them demand for it from the wom en of rim city THE FARM FOREST AND ORCHARD Continued Imin lsNl wvk I coiifoKS that this IXNII Homo what my mental attitude toward till forest with which unhurt has clothed her hills mud Imnlorcd hint streams awl thin orchards which mini has care fully grown oft till mot favoring NloH Hut when tho farm returns rollected by tho enumerators of the last census were compiled some sur prising figures dovolox d which make it appear that thn forest product of farms farexcoodod their orchard prod acts fnvalno- The discussion of time report ou farm vnluo of forest products in till ngri cultural volume of tho census in very brief liTho total value of forest products cut ou farms in 1899 wasIO VJ8918r8 This inclutleH only the wood lumber railroad ties etc which tho farmers stet in connection with their ordinary farming operations Tho reports of person making lumbering or wood cutting their principal business worn not included Of the total value of forest product 2t09I2yror 2281wr coal was reported by the North At lantic Division IKril77tll or lilH r coat by Ilie South Atlantic WKll 391 or JKi1 per emit by tin North Central 221111110 or 1200 per emIl by tho South Central and I71i1IIor l3 per ctut by the Compari those figure with the sta tistic of orchards Flat vnluo of orchard product for 1SW ixclmivo of Mibtropical mid small fruits in given us 811751810 or twenty six uudat quarter million dollar less than that of farm forest product which menu tlmt the value of the fruit crop would navel to bo In creased by 313 lstr cent to sake it Liam that of thin product tnkon from fnrui wool lots lu the North Atlantic Division thin orchard product nro slightly greater in vale tin difference lioing IIhoutIono and ono half per lent but South Atlantic tin forest time farm pro worth non thnn twice Ill much Its the fruits Thu North Central Division credits tliHrU to its orchard or loss thnn two third tie amount realized from farm woodha- nds while in the South Central pro ortioii is throo to sue agninnt thlliordinal product Tho Mvuliar condition on tho lcilIic Count product n notublo variation from tho nullIlore till orclmrd prod nets have nearly four threw tho vnluo of the forest product on farm but it tnmyt1st romtMnborwl that much of tlto farming Is ill n treolww country whero tho largest wholxalo fruit humi- dness in tho world imw IXMJII nrtilliially dovoloM l which in this comparison ill croditisl to fiuim whil tho lumber hug of tho region ill almost tixclinilvvly in wctio1 not occupied by farmers nud nlthough of iinuioimo importance docs not npjMar in this showing If wit mid to lhi onhnnl pnxluct which iiicludoridorviurgnr amid uvnp oratixl fruits pripurwl on farms tho valuo of nil subtropical fruits nuts graM raisins and wine elate on fiirniN then still ininniim nn excess or about ono nnd onulinlf million dollar in favor of that fnrnii ni latest over nil cultivate tree tied vine product The viduo of iMrrii or small fruits Wi0iOPs77 it omitted in nil tho fore going comparison IV A SljIlUUN 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lies Imd Illlttl JiTUHiiloiu with their ilovlrliii Wlicro in tliuru Ilkuziul now nnd whcru tin ilcvll illMtirlHU liy tho inndur of till inpt17 Wlwru urn tliosu whu try out t Jniit Itnun of Nnuintli with till rwm Kfiil Unit tliiM juojilo crlitl irciit in Dliiim ot till KplicMaim- VtWH Tho lllllpllMIt MplKHllH- ono of tIll woiitliTM of the world 1I11IItll inn gui ilviiiet WIIH no duiilit vtry Kront hut It WUH till work of niiin nnd fur ilory and for tht worhlll of tlm dtvll for nil Kiurlllw nnd worship tlmt In not to Cod lx to till dovll I Cor X ItJJ All tho con fuIuti III IvphCMII- thlM limo WUH of tho dovll nlso fur Cml nut a Cod of cuiifiiNlun hut of jKaco I Cor xlv 90 Ami when Iuul would hnve rn trrrtl III Unto Ilia inople thiC dlMlplvi auf rrnti him not Ho hail frIend nlwi ninotiR tho prln dual iiuin or MIII who ndvlniil him nut lo onttr tlui thoatir Ve tiro nowhoro aiihorUi to iut ourMlvox tuTtllrmily In tlimxT When tho oplo of nia rvlh would hnvo rant our Lord from JIm liruw of till hut mid Ulllod Him 1k- iitlittiy took llluiHolf out of ilioir wny Iuko Iv 11 SOI If Ho jMTiiiItH iloath lo roiiio to wi nfl slot to fViir It Mntt x US knowliiK that lo ilk In a iroln lo diimrt and lio with ChrUt far lattor Ihll lai an- S31 WII n lhy knrw thud he wn a Jew all with on vol aliuut the NIIIut Iwo iieur rrlml out r wit U Iilanu uf thu IiihirigIss It wan Mlinply uproar and confuHlon thu nmjurlty nut knowing why they Wtrw IlnTO nnd when thin Alexander put forwiml hy tIt JOWH would have NMkon the verse ijuolitl tollll how they aclitl and MIOWN how foolUli It would havo IKTII for Paul to iiave tried to itllct thoin They snake think or Iho pn pheH of Haul who cried from moraine until noon Haylnc 0 llaal hear I KIIIKN xvlll Jtli Tho one cry mount nltout iniuh tin till other Tho fact that Alexander WIIH a Jew Ktnrted Iheiii on tills two hour cry Think of the halnd iimnlfcstisl to Mordocnl the Jew to Panlel the Jew and to till King of tin JOWH And then conxldor that every rodottmcd houl In heaven nod nil who over will tie there are each ono Indebted to the blood of a Jnw and nil kings nnd all lint hlmll yet all down iMforo nnd nerve Iho KliiK of the JOWH 011 Ixxll Ill for whether II III hhI too or national ralvntlou uf till JCWH John Iv Z IS 84 Brrlnir thru that thnc thine ran not ntxikrn DKiilnit yr ought lu lw quiet uml to ilo nothlni runhly- ThiiH Hpnko tho town clerk nftcr he had npiHawd tho nople and hnd Mild a soutl word for till people of Kplirxus In repird to their falthfulnei to Diana He that slow to wrath of great undorHtanillnc A wrntliftil iiuiu stir reth up strife lint ho that Is flow to Ii tiger l olxI seth mrlfe Ho that It tdow to ntiKir U better limn the mighty nnd lit that ruloth hU spirit than lie that tnketh a city 1rov xlv 2U xv IS xvl 82 K Ye have liroURht hither these men which are neither robUor of ttmplfi nor yet Lilgiohiliers or your UIIaL It waw nut their way to ridicule the rellKlon of tho heathen hilt to hold up before them the hIving Oot niid to preach till K0Pl of Sod cuncornlni HlH Sun JOHIIH Christ our Lord that tho heathen might see till contrast nnd by tile Spirit of Ood who ahvajH works when tho word preached bo convinced of their film nnd be led to turn from Idols to sere tilt living and true lath nnd to wait for HU Son from heaven whom lie raised from lie dead even JCHIIH who dellvereth us from tho wrath to come ThcdH t 10 3941 Tor wo nro In dancer to cnllwl la iiu tlon for this ttityi uproar thyme bultiK no caiuo whenliy wo may slvo an account or thU concoUrse Tho lessons from this portion of Scripture nro nearly nil by contrast and wonder If tho lesson committee Hhould nut bo called In question for nHKlKiiliiK Bticli a portion and giving us nothing from the much more profitable next ehnpter till we como to till twenty eighth vrrw I have thotiKhf perlmpH till author of confusion nod not the God of peaco led them to this selection hilt wo havo found HOIIJC helpful thoughts and there nro moro here for every redeenunl soul should remember that wo must nil nppear before tho Judgment coat of Christ and every ono of us shall give nccoiint of himself to GOt Horn xlv 10 11 This Is neither n possibility nor a probability hut a mire thliiK for the mouth of tho Lord hath spoken It Compare II Cor v 10 Matt xII lid Tho question of our slims was settled on the cross and by that t preclouH blood we are made meet to bo partakers of the Inheritance of tho saints III light Col 1211 but Inas much us we are to be called to account for our works as believers I Cor III 11 1C It becomes to so abide In Him that wo miy tint bo ashamed before Him nt Ills couilm John II 28 It wo nro only fully yielded to that He may work In us both to will and to 1 f do of Ills Rood pleasure all will bo well Itoni vi 13 PhIl II 13 4 The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YE- AR1JLkjnaua j9ioN rCMA VIAN000ALTC Copyright ItSH by American lr M AmocU Ion Darlln ho said drawing lien nearer to him OP1I replace wlmtOlvo taken 0111 jjlvo ye oilier duties the duties that belong lo thin mistress of n 05 tate tlio duties of n woman of high dit Kreo In n country whoro birth Is re spected far moro than hero With your vigor your strong imputes Guided by your moro steady light Vo may IHSCOIIIU ono of thn most in fluential women in tho thrco kingdom In her eyes camu that humorous twinkle ho had onco seen buforo when sue ntCKul In her buggy in thu road up In Tenmwiw and tantalized him for his stupidity III having liocn dnpod by lair U would IH nlco to To ho what darlin Lady Jlats cool slit till her blushes in time pillow on which his head routed Tho ion setting Oir Ixiokont ninun tain chonu iliructly faced of May nard and his jiarly ns returning from lUngold they rodo into Chattanooga It wan n glorious OutobtT evening nod the heights towering them covered by tin H en Confederates rciHwod about if town like lingo lions watohinga wound ed animal confident that nt last It siiust fall Into heir jwwer- Dismounting Iwfnro his tent Alaynard entered it nnd there found a letter from hits wife She bogged him to como to her if It were possible and If not to write to lien Ho rend nnd reread tho letter again and again and thou made an attempt nt n reply After writing half a dozen nil of which ho tore up ho alKUidoned tho lank in despair Ills position wall too nncortaln Tho en tence of the court martial hung over him like a Milieu cloud What could ho iay to her to comfort her He well knew that the only comforting she needed was to know that he wan not miserable and of that ho could not na ture her And so matters hung for n week Having no duties to perform tho time painted nil tho more slowly Tho Con federates were sending occasional shells from Lookout mountain nnd an they wero lmrml the report were porno thing of n relief to Maynard breaking thin monotony of tho ullonco Ho fpont much of tho tine thinking of what ho would do III cnso the wntenoo of the court were approved nnd carried into effect He formed many plans which were oil nliandoned At last ho settled down to thai rvholvo that ho would go to the army in the east enlist under nn assumed statue nilII await limo coming of onto missile to end hli career nil ho had intended nt Chlckamauga Ono morning nn orderly rode up to him nnd handed him nn order to report In person nt General Thomas headquarters Calling for hits horse amid for Ills own orderly Jnkoy to follow ho mounted nnd in n feverish mood darted away to olwjr tho order What did the summons mean Sonic thing definite III Ids alTatrs had come about that ho folt ronMinably euro of Iurhaps the paper of tho court in his case hail boon found Perhaps they had IMCII made out In duplicate The latter supiKwltlon was thu most likely Ills offense could not Iw ignored Indeed ho could not afford to have It ignored Tho sentence must bo either set nsido or car nod lute effect Dismissal would bo far moro desirable than living in suspense All these matters rushed through hits mind while ho rodo to respond to the summons Thu nearer ho drew to heath quarters the less hopeful he became After oil was it not absuid to expect anything except that new papers had boon made thu sentence forwarded ap proved and ho was now to Ito inform ed that he was no longer in tho army General Thomas could do much for him but there was not n general in thin army who had a higher souse of a soldiers obligations than he How was it possi blo that so great n loather rigid n this ciplinarian ono with such high Coned tions could do aught III hits case but approve tho sentence And now ho was Fending for him to inform him of hi this reasoning by tho time ho arrived at heaihiunrters his expecta tions were nt thin lowest ebb He ills mounted and so preoccupied was he thud ho left his horso Ftanding without fas tening her but Jukoyfodo forward and seized thu rein Maynard gave his name to nn orderly mill in a few minutes stood lioforo tho man whoso very pros mice was quito sufficient to strike terror Into the heart of n delinquent lint tho first faco on which Maynards eyes rested was not that of the general Another was thorn to greet him pno who ho knuw whether ho were honor ed or disgraced would never love him tho less It was lila wife Tho thought Hashed through his brain Shin is hero to comfort mo when tho blow falls Ho wanted to fly to her embrace rIme impulse was checked He saw that shin burned to fly to him but she too re strained herself for there between them towered tho figure of thin general Mnynnrd gave him a quick glance but could discover nothing in his counte nanco to indicate what his fate would 1m Those glances thcso surmises last ed but for n moment for the general spoke I have sent for you to inform you of your statu1 iu thai army JIaynard bowed his head and waited Tho offense for which you wero tried thin general spoke slowly and Impressively was too grievous to Iw overlooked It would Intro pleased mo III them of so brave n man to set it aside but Mich a course would Intro eoim donod lint which if it should go unpun ished would strike at tho very founda tion of military discipline In liberating a spy Intrusted to your care you violat nU1thllrltOlin save the president of the United States May mini did not raise hits eyes from the ground Ho know what was coming nnd n shiver passed over him A now sot of papers were prepared and eont to mo I forwarded them Maynards eyes wero almost starting from their sockets With my approval Oh general gasped tho stricken man catching at tim tent pole for n sup port Laura could with difficulty keep her seat so eager was she to thy to him They havo also been approved by time president and you have been dismissed from the service of thu United States with forfeiture of nil pay nnd emolu amen a Maynard tried to speak He wished to nay lint ho could not complain of thin sentence that considering the offense it was merciful but hits tongue would not obey him So much for your punishment tho general went Oil after n slight pause There nro other matters however to lire alslng of InrMlilc cords bo considered These are your youth thin circumstances under which you were placed tho voluntary sacrifice of your self made to save another and In obedi ence to your own interpretation of your duty in repaying a sacred obligation Willie these considerations do not do Etroy the act or Its pernicious effect as an example they show conclusively that it did no sprlng from base motives but rather III obedience to a strong BCIISO of honor which n soldier should hold in highest esteem When thu general began to speak of those palliating circumstaucos Maynnrd dill nut hear him As ho proceeded however his attention was arrested Furthermore there are your bril limit servIces both as a scout nnd yot more recently in tho battle through which wo have just passed I have taken pains to learn of your services in tho ranks on tho lOthof September and was myself a WItIltS to your gallantry on thu ridge on the 20th I cannot find it in my heart to fail In my acknowledg ments to any man however ho may have erred who engaged in that desperate struggle which was a turning point in our fortune and tuny bo said to havo Faved ns all from rout or capture Uesldes for moro than a year I havo watched your career with interest I am suro that you are possessed of uu doubted military talents pcrlmps of a high order I believe it to till true wis dom on tho part of tho government to retain thoso talents for the country Therefore in tho interest of tho United States and for gallant and meritorious conduct at the battle of Chickamauga I have suggested your immo to tint presi dent for tho appointment of brigadier general of volunteers A batch of such appointments including yours was yes terday sent to thu conato and I havo n telegram announcing that they were all confirmed Suddenly it seemed as if there hind been n loosening of invisible cords that had letin holding husband and wifo apart III tho fraction of n second they wero locked III each others arms Tears tho usual modo of expression of deep fool lug III woman did not come only to tho wife Yet iu a measure tho sexes wero reversed Laura was more smiles than tears Maynard only wept Soon remembering in whoso presence ho stood Maynard disengaged himself Turning to General Thomas General ho said in a broken voice I cannot thanks urn nothing time must show how well I appreciate what you havo done Is there another man in tho army who could afford to take enlarged n view in such a case Is there ono with so farscolng an eye so keen n sense of n soldiers duty tempered with so kind n heart Maynard paused for n moment Thou with n sudden burst of enthusiasm But who shall reward time man who on that terrible day hold together tho Army of tho Cumberland CUll tho president liestow an adequate rank Would tho tltlo of full general avail Not It Is for thin people to reward you with n title not given by an individual lint by the common consent of vast innssejt not only fur a day but so long ns theru shah be a history of this war time Hock of Chlckamauga CHAPTER XXVIII A KINC1U1AK CKKKMONY Laura Maynard after a long period of solicitude as to her husband detain ed at homo by a temporary illness of her child had at last found it possible to go nnd seek him She had arrived on tho morning of tho news of his appoint ment and at onco sought General Thomas headquarters Thom shin hind been informed of tho status nnd a inns senger was at once sent for her husband Leaving thin tent where Maynnrd hall first been plunged in despair only to bo elevated to n condition 6f mind border iiitt on ecstasy tho two sought n hotel where Laura cod 11 bo made comfortable till tho I nyxt day and there passed the rr time In going over the period since they hind parted ami rejoicing ut tIme outcome of the singular complication which fata hail been pleased o bring down upon till husband Hut nil meetings must havo an Girl nnd nt last tho husband departing rode to his tout There ho found n messenger waiting for him Flag of truce wants to seo you en tho picket line sir Without dismounting tho newly created general rode III tint direction of Mission ridgo and met tho hag at its base There stood n mounted party of Confederates ono of them hearing n whlto lug headed by nn officer n son of tho south who spoko every word as though it were of momentous hoper tance never omitting tho word sir Are you Colonel Maynard sir I am or at least 1 was I Hardly know what I nm just now I should tint be surprised to be informed that I was to command all thin armies of time United States Time officer looked puzzled I am the bearer sir of a message from Corporal Sir Hugh Hatl all He is to bo married at 7 oclock this evening nt General llraggx headquarters on Mis sinus ridgo Time devil ho isl That is his intention sir JIoeteir your prelelhoII Whom does ho marry Miss Caroline Fitz Hugh I have Iou mum surprised at other announcements I confess I dont won der he invites mo to his wedding since 1 helped him to a wife Shall I transmit your acceptance of tile invitation sir On ono condition Please name it sir I fear it will bo unacceptable to Colonel Fitz Hugh who will doubtless bo the host or ono of tho hosts lit will not likely yield in a matter of etiquette which I jnust insist on Colonel Fitz Hugh cannot bo present sir Ho is now in your rear with our cavalry completing the starvation of your army in Chattanooga by destroying your lines of supply Ilin I was not aware of nny hunger in our ranks Indeed my request is knowing that your own larder III tho Confederacy is not exactly abundant t hut the horn of plenty is not burying you like Herculnnenm under the ashes of Vesuvius that tho blockade Thin blockade is not effective sir interrupted tho officer stiffly Has somewhat reduced your wino cellars my condition is I say that I may be jiermltted to bring half a dozen cases of champagne for the wedding II xfeast I assure you sir that it is not nee essary We are getting cargoes of wino from Havre by a regular line of steam ers It is your own mess tables nt Chat tanooga that are doubtless bereft of boy erages owing to time fact that our Germ oral Wheeler is circus riding III Ten ncssee leaving no road or railroad open to you Do you consent that I shall bring tho wine I do sir but shall claim for tho host a general officer rotated to tho bride tho privilege of supplying an equal number of cases Agreed I will meet you hero at 0 oclock this evening when you can con duct mo and my party to thin place where tIme ceremony is to take place You may say if you please that I shall consider thu invitation extended to my wife whom I will bring with me Wo shall feel highly honored sir at Mrs Mnynnrds presence Am I to infer sir that your wife has been ohio to reach you over tho burned bridges and trestlovrork III your roar Shin has found no difficulty what over in joining tile Maynard failed to add that Laura hind only como n few miles to meet hllllIGood tiny sir Fald tho ing his hat I shall oxpoct you at 0 Good day I will bo on time And each rodo away in thin direction of their respective camps Maynardd offer of tho vino had como about III this wise Jnkoy during the previous week had been investigating such empty houses ns ho conld find in Chattanooga and had loaded himself down with knlckknacks such ns chum ornaments pictures crockery cutlery including even daguerreotypes On one occasion lie thought ho hind discovered a box of muskuts This ho reported to Colonel JIaynard whom ho persuaded to RO with him to a cellar near by and make a search for concealed arms rime muskets were found besides halt a doz en cases of champagne which had doubt less been thcro since time beginning of tho war Upon leaving tho picket line May nard redo to tho house whoro he hind seen tho wluo and Focured it for tho evening placing a guard over it Then ho went to thin hotel and bade Laura got ready to attend a wedding There was consternation III tho Con federate camp when tim officer returned with time information that tho Yankee hnd tried to bluff him by claiming tho privilege of bringing champagne with huh and that ho had claimed tho right for time hosts to furnish nn equal amount Tho telegraph was sot in motion at once directing search to bo made III all tho neighboring towns for tho required boy erage Dalton Cleveland and other points were ransacked without success About 3 oclock III time afternoon as despair was settling on the Confederates a telegram was received that Rome champagne had been found in Atlanta Time authorities there were directed to scud it by special locomotive marking it Ammunition Forward with dis patch At 7 oclo k Maynard accompanied by Laura and Jakoy who was always with him besides n wagon containing tho ease of wine wero nt the appointed place on tho picket line where they were mot by thin Confederate Hag Transferring the wine to tho backs of pack mules all started up thin side of Mission ridge to General Uraggs head quarters As they approached the crest n body or Confederate officer a gay cavalcade III gray nod gold lace rode out to meet thom They snare received by time rein tive of tho brldo an undo referred to by tho officer who brought tho invita lion Ho was an elderly man of a dig nified and serious mien Time party were conducted to a largo marquee sot up for tho wedding feast There they alighted and time wine was unloaded and carried inside A few minutes before 7 oclock time guests wero conducted to a knoll on the summit of which lund been erected a canopy of flowers nnd where stood n group of Confederates of high rank On the eastern horizon stood tho fall moon Below to thin east was tho battle field of Chlckamauga To time west time Army of tho Cumberland besieged in Chattanooga on half rations As tho guests approached thin groom still in his uniform of n corporal attended by his best malla Confederate norcom missioned officer of good family detail ed for tho occasioumwas seen moving from tho north toward tho knoll At thin same moment tho bride attired in a dress minute of a coarse white stuff man ufactured iu tho Confederacy and at tended by several bridesmaids who had come tram a distance to officiate ap proached from tIme south Tho two mot on the knoll under tho canopy An offi cer of high rank who was also n bishop in thin church steppgd forward amid Cor poral Sir Hugh Katignn utah Caroline Fits Hugh were made one Tho only lamp to light tho nuptials was thin round moon in the cast Tho only canopy save that composed of flowers was tho broad heavens above in which tho stars hind only just appeared for tho flight Time only wedding bells were occasional booms from guns on Lookout 1II0untnlllITho ceremony over the groom repaired to tho marquee lighted with candlds where they took position to receive time congratulations of the company All gave way to Colonel and Mrs Maynard who offered theirs firstIWo must give you up I said Laura to tho bride just as wo would like to know you better You go abroad I suppose No I remain lucre nut Sir Hugh will go Yes as soon ns ho can got hs dis charge Ho goes to Virginia from here whom ho will pass through tho lines to Washington and will put his case in tho hands of tho Uritish minister Ho anticipates 110 trouble in getting n dis charge from tho Federal army nnd hOI to sail within a mouth for Ireland CSII And you asked Laura In surprise that tho bride could bear to part so soon with her husband H I remain with my people till tho last gun has been tired Wo have argued that question and such is my decision Moi decisions obscncd tho groom are a thing of tho past Leaving the newly married pair Colonel Maynard approached thu monster of ceremonies tho bridoa uncle General ho said I esteem It n privilege that you have waived your right to furnish all tho viands for tho wedding feast and havo permitted mo to contribute There pointing to time boxes of vino ho hind brought are sixIcases of champagne which I beg to accept as n contribution from tho Army of Chattanooga At n signal from tho officer addressed a negro removed a blanket covering a dozen boxes in n corner of tho tent which had como n hundred miles and had not been in position ten minutes I see your six cases general and go you six cases better Honing no further resources at hand said Maynard bowing I retire from tho game Hannibal said tho Confederate you may advanco the force in the first box to a position in line on tho table Yes sab said time person addressed And seizing a saber standing in tho corner ho unsheathed it with n flourish and pried open a box of tho wine In a moment a dozen bottles wero standing on the table like n platoon of soldiers Now Hannibal you may flro tho opening shot- Hannibal broke tho wires amid a pop n far moro welcome sound than those that had been so recently and fro quently heard by nil present announced that time feast was not only set but begunI apologize for our glassware said tho master of ceremonies SOur champagne glasses wero all shattered by tho concussions nt Chickamauga And well ho might Tho array con sisted of tin cups wooden cups glass cups and tumblers all cither cracked broken or dented And as n circle was stepped up to the brtdeaml jroom formed to pledge tho bride and groom one Confederate screened himself bo hind isis comrades to avoid being seen drinking from a gourd When time con tents of 18 casesa regiment of dead solt11t1rslay on tho table time guests prepared to depart Tho last words hind been spoken by General and Mrs May nard and by Sir Hugh and Lady Kati gail Jakey who had thus far wander ed about unobserved though not unob serving stepped up to tho undo and groomt Though ho hind not tasted tho wino his oyes glistened with intoxica tion at thu union of his two friends Whoso attachment ho lund noticed from tho firMIMiss BnggJ air you una n Sir Rats gotn tor ride rnun Tennessee some moro in the chicken ooop u was a burst of laughter from IThoro and Lady Ratigan with n blush informed Jakcy that time chicken coop was broken in pieces I didnt know nuthln bout that Reckon Sir Ratsd find It untidy in Ira land Its kind o funny you uns start in out way up by thl mountings n fctchin up down hyar nigh outer thO Georgy lino And Jnkey surprised tho company by giving tho only ha ha that hind to this moment over been heard to issue from his serious lips As tho guests descended tho sido of tho mountain a cheer was hoard in tho direction of Chattanooga They stopped and listened A man rode out from tho Union picket line to meet thorn Whats that cheering asked Germ oral Maynard ArmyofTill END =Sendn the names of all your friends whom you would liko to have rend Conan Doylos heat storyitA STITV ix SCARLET and sample copies containing the opening chapters will ho mailed free of charge y mm The Keystone of Good Health is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in scaled packages never in bulktJ Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers published weekly at live dollars a year It teaches the science and practice of Advertising and is highly esteemed by tim most successful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal commission allowed Address IKINTKIIS INK 10 Spruce St Now York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who boomS themselves can rpcnd a much or little as they choose on living cxpciifcn It pays to have a little extra money lorjloct ures books and othcrthltigs Bat the necessary expenses are only M follows To pay the flnt day ItALLSlhOO1lnCldeDtalKx II tal Fee 25 25 pcnsea Books etc about 2 00 2 General Deposit 00 I 00 Fumlnkcil Room fuel 4 25 5 25 First Mouths Board 6 00 6 00 Living 7 i8peisduring the term Beginning ad Mo Board 0 00 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 son 28 M 2800 Ocnl Deposit returned I 00 Total Kxponiie 12 Works 37 00 37 For those belowJA Grammar deduct tho tl for books and ft from incidental fee making otal only 831 When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making tho total only W23SO If classed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar more In tho Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc ran usually be routed for from ii to term The price uf a bit calf a little tanbark or a few lioiiienpau bedcover will give u Ixrm of school which will change ones whole life for the butter HORSESHOEINGU At pricesAll 65c iFICnctiou ONEIMINUTEOne Minute Cough Cure gives relief In one minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane caus- Ing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflammation partsOnelungs wards off pneumonia and Is a harm less and never failing cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup strangulationduring cavehermastered and our little darling speedily recovered cannel praise One Minute too much for what It has done In our tamOrA L Spafford Post master Chester Mich Prepared by E O DWITT CO CHICAGO CROUP J I TTHECITIZEN II tI NINNNNNNNNNNN11NN1NNN2LOCAL NNNNNN111 NN1NN1L N NNI NNNH Johnnie Jackson is laid up with measlesMiss Allie Fowler is in Cincinnati this week laying in a new stock of N Hpring millinery Mrs H M Jones addressed the League of Womens clubs at Ft Wayne Ind this week Berry Reynolds left last Thursday for Indian Territory to select a site for n now home W T Botkins of Wallaceton has gone to Hume Illinois where ho has profitable employment- Mrs Ella McGuire who has been visiting her mother Mrs Martin Ma haffey has returned to her homo at Travelers Rest Miss Ethel Putnam who has boon studying music at Williatnsburg academy returned to Berea Tuesday for her vacation Lewis son of E W Baker of Wal laceton spent Wednesday night with his friend Jason Sexton after attend ing the closing exercises Mrs F S Black has returned from Camp Nelson where she was visiting her consin Mrs C C Thompson Ma tron of the Camp Nelson Academy Elder T H Broadus preached a soulstirring sermon at tho Baptist church colored from Luko 839 His theme was Work to be done at homeThe record for sale ol tickets from this station for the night trains was broken one night this week when night agent Charley Reynolds sold 1085 worth of tickets Last Sunday Rev J L Sturgill preacher on the College Hill Circuit filled his regular appointment at Wallace chapel Wallaceton in the morning and at night preached at the Secondchurch Berea for Rev Dar thickJ II Finkard who has been a stu dent in Berea College and an employe of the printing office for the last three months has accepted a position as printer with the Lexington Standard and went to Lexington last Thursday to begin work The friends of Raymond Osborne will be gratified to learn that he has not only successfully passed his ex aminations at Yale but passed with so high a grade as to receive honorable mention Only 72 out of a class of 300 managed to pass at all Those who fail to read the extracts from the now famous book Letters of a Selfmade Merchant to his Son by Geo Lorimer found on the second page of this issue will miss a great deal of pleasure and common sense Watch for them each week Ralph Parlette who is fast becom ing one of the greatest humorists of his time will appear next Monday night at the Tabernacle in the fifth and last number of the lyceum course It is eminently fitting that a lecturer of such hi reputation close our already very commendable lec ture course Ralph Fields a former student in Berea College but now employed In the Bureau of Forestry of the National Government passed through here Thursday night on the south bound train Ho returned to Berea for a brief tisit Tuesday of this week after very pleasantly spending tho inter vening time with Prof Hill president of Williamsburg Academy and other Iriends at Williamsburg- The entertainment given at the Tabernacle Monday night by C M Caufield was wrrth many times tho small price of admission The Graph ophono Grand is certainly wonder ful instrument reproducing accurately pieces by Gilmores and Sousas bands and famous orchestras and singers Tho record and reproduc tion of the cornet duet played by Simpson and Caldwell was a perfect success No one should miss tho op portunity to hear the Gruphophone Grand FUN AND FACTS There are soldiers and sailors drills in King Colo See full announcement in another column- or Oreut lutfirmt II A STUDY IN SCARLET one of the + greatest detective stories over written will bo published in this paper Look for the opening chapters next week Got your friends to subscribe now Sneer nt the Tragrillun Woodby Booth Why shes in the same company Grinaud BarrettI know but when shes off the stage I should think shed prefer to be in some ther company Puck 1t There are EIGHTY fino performers in the chorus of the Operetta King Colo Nil More Sutpfltin0 Why did you get mo an upper berth in tho sleeping cart asked the old lady Well answered her nieceIyou have been expecting for so many years to find somebody under your bed that I thought Id remove all doubts onceYou can get the highest CASH price for your poultry and eggs at J H Noffs opposite Joes Richmond Trade goes largely where it is bid den and the merchant sells the goods who best advertises his stockIT A Robinsons trade in spectacles and glasses is increasing all the time His perfect method of fitting the eyes and his fair and liberal treatment of customers account for it Main St Richmond Ky Advice Something given by those who have most need of it Hark Ynnl Comtiiiinliipi Ills this a frfc Thomas concert asked the dog No said the cat pausing in his contented monologue I get HO much purOhio State Journal Thin L C N fare to see Old King Cole in Richmond March lit and It is oneand ono thinl for the round trip COLLEGE ITEMS G W Grigsby who was in school hero last your is now serving in the regular army Ho stationed at Ft Snelling linn A S Conley formerly n student in the Normal Department rpent this week in Berea renewing oldacquaint ances and enjoying the vacation festiv ities Mrs Kirk and son of Martin coun ty are visiting Mrs Kirks son Carl who is in school hero His brother will also probably enter for the spring term The spring term was ushered in Tuesday night by the usual Jam social at the Tabernacle Quite a sprinkling of now students was present The term was formerly opened yesterday morning at 8 oclock and the prospects for a successful spring term were never brighter Miss Margaret Caldwell spent the vacation in Cincinnati She combin ed business with pleasure acd while there had her eyes examined and fitted with glasses- A social made up of Northern people was given at Science Hall Saturday night A leather medal was offered to the best flatterer and Tutor Mc Cune secured the prize The sixty persons present indulged freely in peanuts popcorn and toasted marsh mallowsNNNN11NIININNNHNN111NHN I I CORRESPONDENCE lNNNNNNNNN111NN N N LN MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS 0 TJ Carr of Panola pasod through our town Friday Wo are having an argument as to where tie pike shall enter our place from King ston or Brasslield J K Sandliu is the most working man in town im proving his new farm Success to you KlgU Green of Richmond was here this week on businessSI Young is wearing a very broad smile this week A ten pound boy is supposed to be the cause Miss Pearl McKim who has been lingering with consumption lor some time was buri ed at Pilot Knob Tuesday JCPowell bought of Win Ross two cows for q55Misses Myrtle and Anna Gentry of Waco visited their sister Mrs T J Sparks last weekRe Jas Young is on the sick list this weekMessrs Wm Gabbard and Wm Isaacs of McKeo staid over night at J C Powells Sunday night on their way to Richmond Miss D Uenge who has been visiting at Red House for two weeks returned Mon day in order to bo ready to begin her school Monday March J MissSallio Lain visited Miss Bertha Rolland last iveek Leonard Malicout and Less Philips loft for Hamilton 0 recent lyVALLEY VIEW Another big tide in the river and thousands of sawlogs caught hero and that insures lots of work at this place for another yearWIu Lead ford one of the firm of our hustling merchants Laadford S Sanlin working a few days at tho big sAwmillI as they are short of handsTom Covingtons little boy about 12 years old was riding on u wagon load of sawdust and the team went under- a trestle and mashed him up He only lived about 2 bourn IWALLACETON C C McWborter who went to II linois a mouth ago taking with him 15 horses returned Wednesday giv ing tho report that ho sold 10 of them 0 Gabbard is at McKee Jackson county visiting relatives this week Mrs Fannie Brockmau and little daughter Pearl are visiting friends at Big Hill this week Robert Botkius who wont to Illinois on tho HUh of February to make his fortune could not forgot his best girl Robert also found time mud so deep ho became discouraged and returned homo Miss Mary Baker of Boroa visited herparents last weokJudgo Wells was immersed last Sunday evening by Abe Weaver near time Soper place Mr James Gabbard of McKee Jack son county visited relatives lucre this week Miss Mary Botkius who has been visiting at East Berustadt returned Saturday reporting n delight ful visitGARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE There is plenty of mud in this com munityJ B Carter has boon on the sick list for several daysWo aro glad to say Mr Grauvillo Clark is improving John Sowdore and wife are on the sick listRev R E Un derwood in in tho neighborhood J lIammnck will visit his daughter Mrs Fields of Fleming county in a few days Ho will bo absent about a week His pension clients must give hum a few days rest lie will bo at the post of duty by 25th instCorri- s getting very scarce about our town We hope to bo able to givo Tint CIT IZEN more news in our next letter Wo wish THE CITIZEN groat success JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Rev W I Powell is greatly im proved in health Will Flanery and sister Miss Lou visited friends at this place Saturday and SundayE Bales agent for the Silver Leaf nurs eries at Nurseries Va staid over Sunday at D MClicks Miss Flora Click spent vacation among her rela tives hero Mary Sparks visited Viola Click Tuesday nod Wednesday OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Uel Wilder has two fine fox hounds It W Minter is going into the poultry business The recent high water did great damage to the logmen of the South Fork riverThin farm ers are fencing and cleaning up grouudand preparing for their crops Several of the boys hare gone down the river on timber Rev Roberts is hauling goods for H H Rice of this placeMiss Lucy Reynolds of Ever sole is staying with her sister Mrs Emma Cole this week News has reached here that Carley Reynolds a Former student of Bares College hay boon shot and will die- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mrs Laura Jones went to Beren last Wednesday Mrs John Linville- is on tho sick listBert Cornelius sister Grace of Berea were the guests or Miss Tillio Cook last Wednesday Mrs R D Cook is on the sick list J P Northern who was reported sick is able to be out again Born to Mrs Sarah Scalf on tho 7th a girl W R Stephens and family were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Johu Guinn last Sundays There was service at scaffold Cano church Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev F P Bryant of Cartersville Mrs Bert Coddington of Berea in visiting friends and relatives in Scaffold Cano MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE The infant child of Mr and Mrs John Williams died last Friday even ing of pneumonia Tho funeral of Mrs Hettio Campbell was held at the M E church Sunday afternoon Rev Talbott olliciating Mrs Campbell will be greatly missed in our comnum ly as she was an amiable Christian woman and one dearly loved by all who know herMrs Emma Strawder nuts Mr Charlie Randolph came up from Cincinnati Sunday to attend the funeral of their aunt Mrs Hattie Campbell We are very glad to hate with us Dr Harry P Taylor who graduated from Moharry Medical College recently Mr Taylor expects- to begin practicing in our city soon A lli lclnn Writes profossionproscribing purposes It has been of reat use to me in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have never known it to fail in restoring the organs affected- to their healthful activity 50o hot tie at East End Drug Cols IUALITY EEN The Famous Shoes for Women Oxfords 250 X300Shocs They Fit Wear and Look WELL RICE ARNOLD Solo Agents for Madison County Main St Richmond Ky L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street Withont Harness Tho best Born in tho world is of lit tin use With wellmade perfect fitting harness ou ho Incomes both useful and ornamental If style is desired our SID BUGGY HARNESS will fill the hill to a dot It is light handsome anti very durable If strength is Jho main considera tion our 520 TEAM HARNESS will moot requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all iron T J Moberly Richmond K- ySTANDARD Rotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine BTAXnAin ORAND SWELL PIOBK LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machines that retail from 1100 up The Standard rotary runs as anent no the tick of a watch Makes utitchr while otter machine make M our local dealer or If there U M AIIIrto towu atldrek run Standard Sewing Machine Co Weal Flrrt Clnclnnntl U S E Welch Jr Local Agent n n WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIGGINS Prop THE MARKETS n RIroRTID IT A 0 NOUMAN A CO CINCINNATI ylart11- 10CATLTECollumon225 tl U15 Butchers8X JIO Shippers 1H5 CALVESChlnce8f0 W 1 Largo Common l00 ft rr o- 0MoosCommonf 110 725 Fair good light 555 700 Packing785i 7r0 SUEltrOood to choice 125 lttri Common to falrHOO ty 110 LAUDS Good to cluoico010 M 5155 Common to fair 150 ft 000 WHEATNO Rod 7i CORN 4r Ii OATS No 2 mixed 9 8 Ip1 99 RtKNo 2 ft FLOOR Winter patent II Family II fancy 3Gligu MILL FEEU1sr4UnNo Timothy 15 25 ft 1550 II No 2 II 1500 1550 No I Clover 1200 1250 No2II 1100 g 1150 POULTRY Young chickens III Heavy hens 10 Roosters 1 Turkey 15 Ducks 1- 8KeenFresh nicer by 17 lilnrsWotsalttd 7 II No dry salt It Bull 7 II Sheepskins 50 Q 70 TALLOW Prime city IIlGCountry The Ixwl pill iitiitli the stars and stripes It oleatiMvs the system and never grippl- Iiltlo Early Visors of worldly repute Ask for DoWitts and take no substitute A small pill easy to buy cany to take and easy to act but never failing in romiltHDoWittH Little Kathy Risers arouse the secretions and act n ton ic to tho liver curing permanently For sale by East End Drug Co Mrs Laura S Webb INoIIn Mltllinii l rnto rmllrliitMut urllMriiOlili dreaded the change ol lilt vhlth wi fait approaching noticed Wine ol Cardul and dtcidtd to try a bot tic experienced tome did the lint month to kept on tiling It lor thrc l months and now rncnttrutle with no pain and shall take It oil and on now until have paned the clinva- xPiiimlc walcntws iMmliitil iiiciiM falling of the wonili and ovarian trouble do not tvnr lilT They follow a woman to tlivdinii o of life lo not wait ImttaU NVinc of Curtlui now and avoid tllltruuIMe VineofCanliii to benefit a iiiffiTiiift woiiian of any sue Winu of Ciinlui nlirviil Mrs Wrbbwhen sdtr was in danger When you cerise tothecltange of lifo Mrs Ytlba lotttr will main lucre to you titan it dots now nut UIlIl13 now avoid the suffering she cniliintl Itruugittt sell II bottle of Wine of Curdui WIN1CARDU1oFDeWitts For Plies Burns Sores Why 50 to ICO por cent above factory price whlI you can got the Famous Regal Shoe for 15 per cent above tutu rllltorlpricol W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes 1It lIudnglnTir Sirs 0 PoterHon 525 Luke St To- ka Kan Hpeaking of BalladsII- orehou1111 Syrup lilt has never failed to give entire mitiHfBclion and of all cough remedied it ill my favorite and iniiHt confess to my many frientlH that it will do and hits dune what iHflalmtxl for it to speedily euro n cough or cold nnd nill plwmiiig ill taste At 25c fOe and IOO at Knot End Ding Con H West End Meat Market For FriHh Meats Salt Meets Sliced Ham Lard HautinKc Vegftn bltH etc HigheHt prico for Country Produce R H ROYSTON Itione II OppmlUi knell A rUilv A llrmnrknliln Cae Quo of tine most remiirkahlo cn c of n cold ilwtpHoiilwl on tho lungs canning pneumonia is that of Mm Gertrude E Feiiner Marion lad who was entirely cured by the use of Ouo Minuto Cough CUrti She says The coughing and Htrniuing KG vcnk i nod mo lint I ran down in weight from Its toll pounds I tied n sum her of remedies to no avail until I uml Ono Minuto Cough Guru Four Iwttlw of this wonderful remedy cur lllIIt entirely of tine cough htrfiigth enwl my lungs and restored nut to mv normal weight luvttth mud strength For sale by Faust End Drug Co LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 16 1102 Uitlnr Nnrlli Trnlu lulljr Leave ll ti a 921 Rm Arrive Richmond 3 52 a m Arrive Paris 5 05 u III Arrive Cincinnati 710 a in- liitne Niirlli Train II Unity Leave Brea1I8I a in Arrive liielnnond1210 a in Arrive Paris 818 p m Arrive Cincinnati 500 p litrUntil South Trnln Leavo Heron l22 p in Arrivo Livingston 21S p m anise Noiilti Trait Hull Leave Heron I84 p in Arrive Lbvingstml12 30 n in Trains No I mud No 5 innko con nection at LivingHtoii for Jullico stud the South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent Clillilrrni CuiiRli nnil CnliU Mrs Joe McGmlM27 E1st St HutchiiiHou Kan writes I huvo giv Ilm Dullards Horohound Syrup to my children for roughs and colds for tho past four years and find it the host modicino I over used Unlike many opiulIIbutof tho throat or lungs quicker than nay other romody 25c SUe and 100 at East End Drug COH furGroceries Vegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Heron Ky nu nn Richmond i = KyGreenhousesLONG DISTANCE PHONE NO lea Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop j tnun J J Bi annaman nn IWGroceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry t