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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9iIIIH11H+MHHt11444 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor aad Fvbllsher Mend ol w fttttHet ft Btrta Ay M teeoitd COM at4M coat- s11hlhMIFHM1 +r 1F I VOL V A Family BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 9 1903 One dollar a Teat NO ITAKE NOTICE Prof Newlin of North Carolina ia expected to preach at the Union Sundyfpaper done not necessarily agree with every opinion expressed in hia columns by those who contribute lint ho does believe in a free press anti free speech For instance we print this week on page six the opinion of Jiiihop Henry M Turner of Georgia on the negro problem yet at the same time we do not believe he hoe the correct solution of the question FROM THE WIDE WORLD Thirteen Bulgarian brigands were killed in a light with Turkiah troops Ottawa Out Canada celebrated her Confederation day Thursday July 2 with more than the usual rejoicings There was an elaborate celebration of the Fourth at San Juan Porto Rico one of the new possessions of the United States Admiral Cotton has transmitted to the Navy Department by able an ac count of the German reception to the American aquardon at Kiel The British and Japanese Ministers ChiuNtiIOoernnumt iuiuitdiate evacuation of Manchuria t by Russia Leo XIII the Pope of the Catholic church at the Vatican Rowe Italy is thought to be slowly sinking to his death He U 1J3 years of age and hoe been pope for 2C years Princess Marie Bonaparte Europes richest imperial heiress became of age lilt Thursday One inheritance is a fourth share of the enormous profits at Most Carlo h Hike X- ai Dorculol1cge a THE CITIZEN jAfterJews in conference at Detroit Mich on July 3 decided to continue to oh servo Saturday as their Sabbath The financial statement of the Post office Department for the year just ended shows a deficit amounting to 1617203 as against 2961170 for the year previous- M Jouaserand ambassador io tho United States from France delivered the oration at the 4th of July celobra tion held in the White Uousogrounds at Washington DO last Saturday The International Christian Endeavor Convention will meet in Den ver Colorado to continue in session for four days Preparations are being made to entertain 25000 visitorsA contrast in temperature was presented Friday when it snowed in Wyoming and Colorado but was sizzling hot iu New York and Louis ville with the thermometer standing at 96 and 98 degrees Word has been receivedat Wash ington DO that Prince Henry of Prussia will make the St Louis Worlds Fair the occasion of a second visit to the United States and that the German crown prince will ac company him- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Mrs Nellie Kedzie Jones of Berea spoke at the Lexington Chautauqua this week Lieut Morton Craig of Louisville t alter a conference with tho Governor and Adjt Gen Murray will go to Pineville to organize a cavalry troop In a fight at Somerset Pulaski Co lat week John Stringer was shot four times by C B Candler His wounds are believed to be fatal Gov Berkhain haa offered a reward of 250 for tho arrest and conviction of the assassin or each of tho nanas sins who killed Louis T Fox at Orell on Juno 10 In the Republican convention at Mt Vernon Friday July 8 G W Sbadoan of Somerset W nominated for State Senator from the seventeenth senatorial district Gen Cassius M Clay tho hero of Free Speech now in his 93d year seems seriously deranged at his home at White Hall and family friends are moving to have guardian appointed The Lexington Chautauqim in pass rug oft with unusual brilliancy and success thta season and more people than ever will plan to enjoy its advantages another year Sheriff Callahan will not serve the special term of court to bo at Jackson Brenthitt county Mrs B J Ewen may have to leave Jackson owing to threats made against herThe Eweu relief fund has reached 7000 A GREAT OFFER Dally Louisville Tlmst Weekly Ceurltr Journal and The Citizen Six Months for 150 By special arrangements wo will send THE CITIZEN and Weekly Cou rierJournal and Dally Isoulfrllli Time all three for six months t the same or separate addresses fo r only SI HO The price of the Louis ville Times alone for six months ill 300 thus giving rob three paper for half the price of ono This offe r is for a limited time only and is wad to old as well as new subscribers 01 Tin CITIZEN If you aro an old subscriber we will give you credit fo r GOc on your subscription Addresg all orders with flCO inclosed to TIlE CITJZUX Berea Ky- JAIIFS W KACEII Editor QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BEREA BANKING CO AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30th DAY OF JUNE 1903 LoansnddlcouutarkJ 470 42 1 Capital Stock paid ioiu cftslll51X10 00 2 Overdrafts secured 2Surplus Fuud COO 00 H Overdrafts unsecured r 3 Undivided Profits 4 Duo from National Banks 6 619 82 4 Due Depositors follows viz C Due from State Dauks and DtspomU subject to cbl- CkDaukers1 on which intercut is7Yi 6 Due from Trust Com not paid10035 41 panies S Deposits subject to chock t on which intoreal is 7 Baakjug House and Lot paid doIt10 US Ronda d est Is paid 11 Other Stocks and Bonds certificates of do 12 Specie 4 8jo43tS on which inter nC urreao10 wit 85466IS paid H Eichange for Clearings 2 S66 43 Savings deposits on 1C Other Items carried as Cash 141 67which intorest is paid 10 Furniture and Fixtures 1 812 09 Codified Checks 16 9S9 95 17 Fund to pay Taxes Due National Banks 18 Current Expenses LastfDuo State Banks and Quarter S G17 70 Bankers ti 583 M 7 Duo Trust Companies 529 868Cashiers Cheeks oustanding 88 lH t 1 631 OS 9 hills rediscounted rGive criptionlocaUoD valuoaud 10 Unpaid dividends bow long owned all real estate ex 11 Taxes due and unpaid dept banking house and lot if any 12 Capital Stock not pa owned longer than five years SUIPI4EMENTARYj 1 Illthrit amount of lndebtc lne t ol sty stockholder pvnon rom or nnu IntludliiK In the liab ility ol the companr or firm tho llabllltrof the lndlridnd niembenJ thtrvof directly or Indirectly luch ludubUilnrm vxccctl 20 per lwldinaudactn1amount tlio bank ft Non t i i 10 + 1 How li IndcbUdnru lAledlu above Item MvuredT aikveeetlottti3Kenluekyatat3 lllKbrtt amount ol of rt 4 14 anydlnvtnrorOUlcerfamountof- I jt i ituh IndebtfHlncM vxnfdi iwr a cent ol stock of NonvrHow li Mme accumlT J f y tre ad ho 6 Dora amount ot lithWedneaaof ay iwnon company or llrni In In the rlabtllt r of the mrolwtnyorannthollabllltollhnIndlrldua1 e and per cvnl of paidup capital 4 I d A t t and actual inri lui No J It io hale amount of luch JuJeb a t TllVlnpM r Ili jIa a e All1lul1tol but dlvldeudtRV54OO- t x I IUII1 7 Wni all cxpeiim Inise Interest t rod taxes deducted Iburcfroiu be It I foro declaring dividend and was not lets that Ir cent ol reel I i f h rtti Irollanltho bank for the jwrloU 1dividend cairlrd tot by tv I fitt a Irk the lurplux fund before Mid divi to j udeadwas declared 1ee4 Section W Kentucky Hint t tlYITotal Vit66 04151 v TotaLe66 011 rl f t i STATE OF KENTUCKY e County of Madison 5 W H The Berea Banking Co a bank located and doing bileineaein theTown of Borea to said county beiacduIlworu says that the foregoing report is iu all respects a true statement of tho condition J of the said at the close of business on the 80th day of June 1903 ofhis knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report ia made In compliance with an pfficial notice received from the Secretary of State designating tho 80th day of June 1903 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W H Porter W H PORTER Cashier the let day of July 1903 J E JOHNSON Director J M EABLT Dsputy County Clerk J BOKDKTTE Director P CORNELIUS Director- S e b o 2lest r HHHeH M IE DONT SAY MUCH i 1IlfM t t Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Cash Store than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock of Dress Goods White Goods We are adding daily new things in Lawns Laces etc Ladies are to call and see them SEE our beautiful line of Carpets Mattings aril Rugs The largest assortment and best values shown in the city SEE our line of Trunks Telescopes and Values r Best at the Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailor made suits and fit guar- anteedI Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you mossy 1CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY WB ARE BETTER THAN EVER TO Repair or Vehicle v A FULL LINE OF Surries ROAD AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage F HIQQINS Prop THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar m all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam ined are generally very different This is in work and temperament- GLASSESS to suit these conditions and requirements are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which enables us to furnish just the right T A Optician and Jeweler Main Street Ky Stof i The greatest nation In the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thats why AJwanta lb dr del awhd puttaaee lamtag fnuaM ntuUwa aauiy Hrtrr Subscribe Today Circulation tot Paper today OUR ifKl I Spring Ginghams etcIAllover Embroideries Ribbons especiallyinvited bUlforIClothing 1 LACKEY HAMILTON PREPARED Paint Your SATISFACTION Buggies Works- C eyesPrices Robinson Richmond tesAitrlcih ILion Coffee 2000 PRICES Lowest GUARANTEED WAGONS If you are going to buy Carriage I or Buggy of any kind this season come and see our stock and we can supply you Weber wagons are still on the move for they run right Phone Night Phone around Stud East End ehav Hair Razors wing Stdves2 burner burner 160- t AN WE Make it to trade with us Pay dollars cents Pay in with goods satisfied with anything youve bought after take it home bring backand we make it to please success shows doing satisfied withwhat have done we to businessWe to make pleasure trade with us departments found goods to your wants at prices in keeping with quality BICKNELL EARLY IIf Its From Joplins t Its Good A of FURNITURE alwarsoa hand Ws invite Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 47 66 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IIr The EasL End Drug Store Is Headquarters for all Guaranteed Remedies for Summer Com plaint Diarrhea Dysentery Oolic Flux No Cure no Pay M PETTUS Pharmacist C C RHODUS Proprietor HORSESHOEING Until January 1 1904 k new shoes VCall Everything firstclass J E DALTON GlllMs Barker Shop North of rrtnttu Office lOc Cut 15c Shampoo IBo sharpened IBe to 25c R B DOE Proprietor Keep Cool JtLSfby a GASOLINE STOVE 53 10 SlOO 500 Stoves 3 a R H CHRISM w fchal 4 1 4t r pay you in and satisfaction the themselvesIf not you it will satisfactory We aim Our so far we are it Were not we want do more it a to In all will be suit the full line our L iM DR HOWARD SWITZER Physician and Surgeon Office and residence in Cotldinglon house rear of Bank DIAMOND VALUES 1 W ylaputtingitluaevin 1101provided you it u to saving our IJnoa ey you ret the ulislac tonei I public genuine 1caWHEN IN RICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Bror For Queetaware Olaaaware Crockery Lamps etc etc MAIN STBBBT RICHMOND KY T THE SPANGLED BANNER IN TRIUMPH VAVE OER THE LAND OF THE fREE AND THE HOME or THERAVE would not counsel any one to cat a snail says LleutCol Newnhara Da vis the well known authority on the art of dining The two attempts In the cause of gastronomy that I havo made to swallow the long brown thlngj that one pulls out o fthe steaming shells have been failures They tasted to me like gravel cooked In mock tur tie soup Krnest Lcgouve who recently cele orated his 97th birthday was asked to what ho attributed his long life and ECoil health No cares no ennui no- sorrowsthats one reason of my good health re plied Hut that Is not enough The body must be kept elas tic and for this reason we must walks play billiards and above all fence For me fencing Is the Ideal exercise The establishment of a department of humor such as might train young men for afterdinner speaking story telling and cartooning was su gestel the other day by D W Smith of Mil waukee responding to a toast at the annual dinner of the University of Wisconsin Such a university department is not now in existence and Mr Smith believes It would prove itself practicable and valuable The speed to be developed by the airships affrights the Imagination Sixty miles an hour la predicted with confidence That Is to be maile ofj course with the help of a brisk gale Imagine for a moment the spectacle that one of these fastest Jng ma chines will present when performing Ibis stupendous feat All standards by which we measure phenomenal speed will be reduced to mere commonplaces The monthly report of Dr Carlos 1 KJnlay chief sanitary officer of thee Island of Cuba says the showing for 1S02 and the beginning of 1603 Is very satisfactory not only in regard to the complete exemption from yellow fever and smallpox but also In the num her of deaths from malaria anil in the tctal mortality There has been no ETiallpox in tie island since July 1900 nor yellow fever since September 1901 Six Shaffer brothers sons of John Shatter of Highland County 0 were photographed in a group at Hlllaboro 0 a fw days ago The oldest is SC years of age and the youngest 74 Their united ages amount to 480 years Their fathers children numbered 13 and tho children of these six brothers number respectively eleven eight 1nine thirteen twelve and five giving the list in the order of the father ages Alpine flowers and plants are so quickly becoming extinct that strong forFpreservation The prefect of the AIrs Savoy has now Issued a decree forbidding the Uprooting of the edel wells the bee orcnls the blue thistle ihr Alpine clematis silver geranium mountain rhododendron gentian are ilea and many other plants The sale or transport of these plants are also forbidden A series of experiments have recently been conducted by J Parker Whit ney of the Washington state fish com mission on which he reports that fish r old blooded as they are can be frozen Kolld and thawed back to life If not ex posed to the sun or allowed to get thetperature of zero or below they will not survive as tho faint Inner pulsation of life then ceases Ethan Allen HIsecretary of the interior recently visited the Hot Springs ostrich farm and had the ex perlence of riding behind one of the largest ostriches In this country Tho ostrich in known as Black Diamond who is big and fleet and docile as a well tralned horse Black Diamond was hitched to a runabout and Secre tary Hitchcock had the novel sensa tlon of riding behind this bird that trotted is fast as a horse can run L JULY SMTWTFS 2345678 9101I 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 CURRENT TOPICS One sixth of tho landowners In Orea- Britain are women Fully 2500 persons immit suicide In Rugslaeyeryycar There are four millionaires In Bri thin to one in France Blackpool claims to be the best lighted town in England The first Issue of medals to British troops was in 1C43 by Charles I There are 40000 persons In the mu nicipal service in New York city Thirteen new theaters to cost JS000000 are building in New York City Employing 20000 men a Japanese mine produces 1500000 pounds of copper monthly For sending out milk in churns not properly cleansed two Dublin dairymen have been fined Madison Squhre Garden paid ex penses last year for the first time since it was built In their annual report the Irish Antiquaries denounce the Injury done tp tile iHIl of Tara Lately the Paris Chamber of Com coerce celebrated its first centenary with a gala banquet Severe frosts have ruined the Sec vlan plum crop The damage Is ell tlmated at 640000 It is announced from Pretoria flint exPresident Krugers house will shortly he opened as a private hotel The earthquake In Palestine on March 28 last has not altered the level of the Dead sea as at first stated Lord Dudley has given ClOOO to the Birmingham bishopric schema fund which now amounts tot90000 TWO Immense anchors supposed t bu 200 years old have been recovers from Irvine liar Ayrshire by a dred gerAt Whakarewarewa New Zealand there are geyser hot springs boiling pools mud volcanoes and hot water falls King Edward has given orders fo the dlfbandmentof his private band one of tie ancient features of his courtIt anticipated In Glascow that th surplus on the years working of tho municipal electric cars will amount to 200000 According to the Uulted States cen sus for 1100 there are 353C persons In the United States who are 100 or more years of ago The Infanta Isabella of Spain has undergone a painful surgical ppera tlon In consequence of her recent kick from a horse On the 37 acres of ground devoted to the live stock department at the Worlds fair at St Louts are being built 2800 stalls It is computed by a German Dr Haarinan that 247000 tons of steel Is lost by friction on the worlds railways In a ellr All motor trials announced to take place in Belgium have been postponed by decision of the committee of the Automobile Club Slid Arthur Conan Doyle denies the statement that he Is coming to Amer ica to get local color for a revival of Sherlock Holmes Brazil expect to spend 000000 In gold at the Worlds Fair the pres ident of the republic having recommended that amount Galileos first telescope was made from part of a lead water Illpetn each end of which he cemented com more spectacle glasses There are more wrecks In the Baltic sea than in any other place In the world Tho average Is one wreck a day throughout the year J B Greenhut of Peoria Iii has started for Russia and various points stuffyThePresident Diaz of Mexico has in Atigurated the work upon the Pantheon whlcb Is Intended to be a monument to the Illustrious men of his country RIOTERS ijEPULSEO A Moot HattIe Between the So Hois and the Armed Mob nt Evansville hut MORE TROOPS ARE ORDERED OUT In the Encounter Seven ILTSOIIH wel Killed It Wounded and Tlitit- Jinny More Injureil The Riot Was the Outcome of the Murder of a Policeman by a Negro and a Race War That Followed Evnnsvllle Ind July 7Ato- clock Monday morning this city In the hands of si mob TIll troop have been ordered out by the gO ernor to protect the Jail which Is surrounded by 2000 men Two Nf groes have been killed In the ru c riot which Is rampant The rare riot Sunday was the imediate outcome of the shooting Patrolman Massey Friday night ii Leo Brown a Negro Brown and au other Negro had engaged In a qun rel and Drown had sworn to kill antagonist He ran toward his horn to secure a revolver and Patrolman Massey hearing of the trouble In wait for Brown As the Negro came back armed hunting his enem MRs cy stepped from a doorway an laid his hand on his shoulder Brow turned quickly a revolver In han anti shot the policeman In the a b domen The officer as he lay on tht sidewalk fired at Brown and Satt egroes were arrested and place In jail Tat steel bars of the Jail windows could not withstand the rain of blows from the battering rams of the mot At 1 oclock Monday morning tho crowd swarmed In and began a search for the murderer but he had been secretly taken to Vlncenncs Sunday Evansville Ind July 7The flrxt clash between the militia and citizens occurred Monday afternoon a few hours after the soldiers took up their station in trout of the Jail A man at tempted to brush past one of the en tries He was halted and turned bark but advanced a second time grabbing the soldiers gun and attempting to wrest It from his hands The soldier resisted and finally freed Isle weapon and struck his assailant with his bayonet The man was not badly injure Ijite Monday evening a man won found trying to edge his way past a entry He was caught and an effort made by the soldier to force him out sldo tho lines The guard thrust his bayonet into the mans right side In flicting a severe wound The rioter wrested the gun away from the soldier after being wounded threw the guar to the ground and would have bay netted him had It not been for tho prompt arrival of assistance Ante r the soldiers took possession of tho ja itatMonday afternoon the streets leading to the Jail were crowded Many In cendiary speeches were made Following four days of rioting an1 general lawlessness this city Monday night saw the most terrible of Its ex periences with rioters Seven per sons are dead and 14 are Injured with at least that number more thought to- be hurt The dead Edward SchlfTman pale ter top of head blown off with Spring field rifle Hazel Allman 15yeorolil daughter of Joseph II Allman shot In breast with shot gun John Barnett shot In right lung died In St Marys hospital August Jordan 19 musi bullet wound through heart E rliule 23 years old laborer ah t through body and head killed Instant ly Two unidentified dead men lying jaile Fred Schmidt seri ously shot In leg and arm taken to his home Fred Kapplcr son of City Fireman Henry Kappler buckshot charge In face and body wounds so clans will die lee Hawley labors shot In leg Robert Miller shot cheek not serious Charles Prcskcy aged 17 grocery boy shot through left wrist and Springfield bullet wound In both heels Theodore Boom age 20 shot In right side Painful flesh wound John Fares aged 48 shot Ir head and hip may die Albert Kauess soldier shot while picking up wounded rioter hit In right arm not serious Six other rioters were seen to fall bit got sway before their names wero learned At least that number more suspected of being shot Four mom hers of Company A First regiment bullet and light gunshot wounds on the body one of them shdt through shoul der another through the ankle another two slight scratches Two de uty sheriffs slightly wounded At 1030 oclock the members o Company A First regiment Indiana national guard alter a days vigilance guarding the county Jail and 100 dell uty sheriffs under Sheriff Chrln Kral fired point blank into a mob of 1000 men gathered on Fourth Division ant Vine streets surrounding the Vender burg county jell and attempting Itn capture From 7 oclock Monday morning until the hour of Monday nights catastrophe the crowd surged about tho jail calling the militiamen vile names assailing them with stones and berating the deputy sheriffs wli guarded the jail At 9 oclock the mtt gradually became more and more excited Its manifestations of uneasiness more frequent and at 10 oclock It WHS seen that nothing could prevent an RI milt on the jail At 1030 oclock the rioters pressed slowly forvard and in nocent onlookers and the curious fol lowed Slowly they forced the mill tiamen back toward tho jail until the alleyway between Division street nn1 the atone building was reached Then tho lenders with n bicycle In thelalley and storm the alleyway entrance Capt Blum of the notional guard or tiered a charge on the rioters Gradu ally the crowd was forced bock time soldiers using their bayonets and butts of guns Suddenly n rioter fell A soldier tried to drag him to hla fert but before bo could was assaulted y Ilrjr1Istruck with a lock and fell A rioter was knocked down with a gun butt then a siot was fired The one shot started a fusillade of musketry nn l shotgun fire from tho defenders of the Jail anti a scattered return lire front the rioters Fully 300 shots were fired from the Jail windows the courthouse steps Immediately opposite and by the soldiers on the streets asNo one knows who fired the fleet shot Time soldiers claim It was rioters while tho rioters make nil claims and refuse to talk about IL Tho governor Is said to taro Instructed the authorities to not Jeopardize the wif ty of the Jail with halt way measure The soldiers and deputy sheriffs fired ofinto the retreating mob of men who cryingy Therwas gone staggcrlugtowounded Moans mud shrinks of agon and fear come from the Injtiwd K i Schlffman n painter who wax sten ir tho ranks of the mob during the ttevening lay on the sidewalk lit toi 111Ibrains oozing on to time sidewalk A short distance from him lay another 11man and cole by the bleeding form vt another young man lay dead with n bullet wound over the heart All over limo street crawling anti moaning wounded rioters anti onlooli ITS tried to ease their pain anti es cape by getting away from the Jail On Division street lying boween her griefstricken father And mother the little Allman girl wai dead with hrr breast torn away with a buckubut charge She was out driving with her parents who attracted by Mt noire stopped a few minutes to watch the excitement In the yard of the court mouse wounded rioters lay awl bark ot the line of soldiers two of fir rullltla men had fallen On the jail steps stood Sheriff Kratz At bin vide was Col McCoy of time First rrlni n Around them fctood a few doctors and reporters When the firing hall cia ed Capt Blum reformed his men anti gave them orders Inside the jail 43 prisoners lay Urri fled In the darkness If of theta N groen whose lives are far from safe If the mob attacks the jail again and r eels a capture The lights were turu ed out when the shooting began and the prisoners manned and cried In their cells Telephone messages were IIflent from the jail to the hospitals an to physicians calling for chi and t 1 them the response was quick Dor torn from all over Evansvllle drove rapidly the call The VIncrnnes company of militia Is on the way here and Cut MrCo f fears another outbreak when It active All Is now quiet around the jail th soldiers still standing under arm Outposts are stationed to avoid Ilia shooting from the neighboring streets with rifles- Indianapolis Ind July 1Gov Du bin arrived at his office Monday nigh Ho has ordered out the mllltln comm pontes at Now Albany Terrr unit r and Vinccnncs and Is calling out Ir dlanriiolls companies to bold in re serve Hi Is preparing to declare mrr tlal law lie expresses Indignation the sheriff of Vamlcrburg county and 1saps It the starlit hall performed his duty Instead of relying on the stale the catastrophe would have brci avoided Coy Durbin was very munch agitate at the Information from Evansvllle If this condition continue tie do Glared emphatically shall KO to K ansvllle myself and declare tin rlt under martial law Vlncennes Ind July iIe Brown 1the Negro murderer of Officer Ious Massey of Evansvllle who w r caught to this city for safe kecplns alawlty Maiuey after the latter had been shot Three doctors have visited Drown In his cell and pronounced him beyon medical aid eall11tthe African Methodist Eplncopal church visited him Drown said liM home was In Minnesota that his par ants were dead anti that he has a sis ter but could not locate her It has ondpCwafa t story Monday night Contracts Awarded Washington July 7The ordnance bureau of the war department has awarded two contracts forhe con stmctlon of disappearing gun carriages for alx Inch guns one for 15 guns t the Morgan Engineering Co of All- Race 0 at 11085 each and the olhe for 20 guns to the Harlu Engineering Co of Columbus 0 at M0 each VacationbWashington July 7Count Casslnl the Kuislan ambassador anti his claugli ter Countess Casslnl left Washington Monday and Tuesday will sail from New York Jar Europe en route to St Petersburg where limo ambassador will spend his summer vacation A Sweet Tooth IB responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the entice of decay it should be arrested and the Teeth put in good condition Wo deco fill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine sots of teeth at ffi made ou xylonite or rubber are absolutely per rectoWo guarantee them Tenth extracted 25 cents The lest amalgam filling 76 cents Special accommodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson inKy nrtrnrttorMjri SpwIlrVfhTrotnntia batnssrehD4 lr 55Op mmP COOL t f Lionel Dry Battery Fan Aiwra vadrOnlr OnuOnl 1rOfIprpt4 10 t nry t1trles III rho Fa turubuatr- telnebranana B tneacompiteot 11l0ll SO luilrrlni In ittmnDrrtnl roniptrln art 4M- lUllrHn oolr url aTS rlornsz C Tnf3IHTIMIN t t ie i K4O V Jcrr Hr Iros rhLnrhrtliaxR- r CaUrrhorib Slumiirli When the stomach is overloaded when rood is taken into it that fails to digest it decays and inflames the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes tho glands to no cret mucin instead of tho natural juices of digestion This is called- Catarrh of the Stomach For years I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach- r caused by indigestion Doctors and medicines failed to benefit rue until I used Kodol dyspepsia cureJ II Rhea Coppell Tiias Sold by East End Drug Co u- u r REPAIR THAT LOOM Borea College hoe secured marks for homespun and homowoven goods such as bed coverlids linen drew linsey jeans blankets etc at follow log pricea Coverlids f 4 to W Linen 40 to fiO slcents a yard i Dross Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dfM 13 a pairs White Nosey and white blankets are not iu demand only on orders Corerlida must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All d used must be old fashioned i1home atade dr- AB1womaboant ton COTer lida or homespun to Beres College ahouldSnd out what the College coats before beginning to weave ot apia For information apply in per BOB or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky 5 Tli Boss Worm Mrdlcla H P Kumpe Druggist Leighton AlatriteeOoe of my customs n had a child which was sink and threw up all Wed could retain Both ing on its stomach He bought Vermrfrom the child Its the boss worm medicine in the world White Cream Vermifuge is also the chil drone tonic It improves their diges andaeeimilationotlood3trengtn h them to the health vigor aad elastic ity of spirits natural to childhood 2Cc at East End Drug Cols t k z U SiI Yrs H4tton t Stttuirf t CrinlU ud Marbl Work of all kindsdone iu a workruanliki manner at rea sonable pricm and with 1autNKJGOLDEN FLORALHICHMOND Ky 1 Corof i al Malt sud olllni sttof U jntl bit l llrilllm Taken Little Early Hirwrlt will euro i lltlpatoD lliouHnivw cud liver troublea DoXVittV Little Early ulcers ant difTeruut from other pills They do not gripe anti brink down limo IUUOOUB muuibraue of tit IItOWJact liver and bowvli but III gently arousing lime a Hrutiou awl giving strength to thww organs Sold by Cast Hud Drug Co DR M E JONES Ie Dentist t Office Over IrintitiK olfifc j Office Days Wrtlnrstlay IP rnit ol the weektGARNET HOTEL Newly rMtfdup Moats Ito ttut cud priersSecond fetus Richmond Ky J R 0 ENGLE Prop Uepnlalv Ptiilur Blackheads pimples greasyseas muddy coinpteiions which nn so common among wonuni itip iiilly girls at a certain age destroying beaulyrulisfiguting aud nmkiug ropul live features which would Citliertr e appear attractive and refined indeats that the liver input of order Au oc taslonal dolt of Herbluo will cleanse the bowels regulate tho liver and no Mtabllsh a clear healthy complexion roc at East End Dnig Cos Without Harness The fleet horse in the world in of lit tin use With well made perfect fitting harness on ho bMotnca halt tiwful and ornamental If style is desired our 10 IUOGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a flat It is light liaudsouio and my durable If strength is the main contidttra l lieu our 720 TEAM HARNESS will west all rtxuirenieata Couldnt be stronger if it was nil iron T J Moberly Rlcbmoed Ky Cures ariatlea Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days of excruciating pale from uietio rheumatism under various treatment was induced to try Dallards Snow Liniment the fleet application giving my first relief and the second entire rolls I can give it unqualified ric omm nd tioB 2rc f0 and f100 at East End Drug Coc OGG CO GROCERIES and DRY GOODS fruMi wi Vegetables a Specialty Sole alo Banotr Cream Bread PMSITK UtlKUIft MILL l 4 as r ny I r rrbtnt at i THE CITIZEN JIIIIIHHIIIHI HI The Home k 1 JENNIE LKSTBR PILL Editor HIiI1IHIIII HIIIH How to make Farm Dairy Chess IT L HAI KUH of Minnesota Diary School t The ordinary process by whichour chocsu is mado in factories IAmurican to farm dairy chneae mucbII warylngIthe vat The various chaiigesjhat take place iu milk nearly all develop iu the milk drawn iu the evening aud kept over until thti following morning So if milk is made into choose lin modlately after it is drawn no diffi culty will be experienced and by employing a simple and short method 6f manufacture any one at all ac customed to handling milk ran mako uniformly a good chose with tho ap pliaiict found in any well regulated farm homo The boat time to make farm dairy cheese is immodiatoly after milking First pour the milk from ono vo aol to another iu some andtthe milk is poured high so the air can pees through the milk and carry off limo animal odor Then pour the mill into the vat or if you have no vat a largo wuh boiler or dish panNow add rennet extract at the rate of ono half ounce to a hundred pounds or twelve gallons of milk The milk should begin to curdle iu from ten to twelve minutwi If you use rennet tablets to curdle tile milk take one ituull tablet for eight gallons of milk 1orone large tablet to forty gallons of milk Small tablet are about tho size of a dime larK tablots are about the llzuf a silver dollar The ren net may bo procured from any cream ery supply house eontilluN II+HIIIIIIIIIIHI+H jThe Farm I SILAS CHSBVKH MASON Edi- torHHJWHHlHHHlH 1 How to Improve Mountain Farm inn Article t Crop Hoist IY THOMAS L FMANCIS II w Since the o a utial part of plant activity is carried ou beneath the sur face of the soil it sometimes difficult to detormiuo the exact condition of the roil iu regard to the amount of available plant food that it contains Hut wo do know that even if a soil be in the very bet condition iu this regard that it will not continue to be no if it is compound to produce the same crop year after year unless you can determine just what elements this crop Is removing from the soil and replace theme by somo form of fortll zer This has been found to be some what difficult to accomplish so crop rotation is undoubtedly the best and most economical way to provide for this IcrCrop rotation also insures the use the laud and better distributes the farm work throughout tho year thus avoiding a great nih I at one season of the year and a long idle period at another By rotation one plant has the op to use some element that 1ortullity required by some other preceding plant The nitrogen gath eriug plants have a chance to provide for the nitrogen consumers A short rotation tends to clean the land aud improve it physically A four year rotation will enable the fanner to cleanse his land of even such weeds Hi the Canada Thistle Not only does it tend to cleanse the laud of weeds but it sometimes gives great aid in heading off insects bad differ ent kinds of plant diseases In arranging the crops in the order I they should come it la agoOO plan to have those crops which re quire the greatest amount of plant fool come lint For instance corn should begrown oa the clover stubble followed by outs after oats wheat and thou set iu clover again with perhaps a mixture of grass a ed ITo tt Ctotltlnlled IStrength end vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat ami barley food adds no burden but Vustaius nourishes Invigorates f v 1- 41p r HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 4 The Battle of Kings Moun tale Continual from lad ffrok Col McDowell when prwmcd by Ferguson sent across tho moiitialus to the Hol ton region of Touuoaseo asking help from tho mountain moo Though suffering from Indian ray ages Isaac Shelby crossed tho moun talus in Noith Carolina with two hun dred mounted rifle eu rly in July At Cedar Spring on the 8th of August they repulsed an attack of Ferguson On the 18th the mountaineers won an other victory at Mungrovos Ford on the Enorce but on the same day the British commander Tarloton emir prised Sumptor and Bcattorod its for con that tho patriots were driven for tho time out of the entire South Thou camo tho rising of the moun tain men IlooHovolt says Slid donly and without warning tho wild ornem sent forth a swurm of stalwart and hardy riUomon of whoso very ex istence tho British had hitherto boon ignorant Hidors spurring iu hot haste brought word to tho Kings Commandant that tho buckwator inon had MIUO over time mountains Tho Indlnu lighters of the frontier luaving unguarded their IIOUIOHOU the western waters had crossed by wooded aud precipitous delilos amid were pouting down to tho holp ot their brotbrou of tho plains Ferguson sent them warning to cease from their hostilities and threatened that il they did not desist ho would march across the mountains hang their leaders put their fighting moo to the sword anti waste their settlements with fire It seems likely that he paid little heed to tho moue talneers scorning their power to do him hurt But when tbelIoJ toll man learned that Ferguson had threatenod their chiefs with the halter and their homos with the torch a flame ol pas sionate anger WILl kindled in all their hearts Their crops were garnered and their young men were ready for the march Theappointed meet lug placo was at the Sycamore Shoals of the Watauga There on the 2T th of September Campbell brought four hundred men Seviur and Shelby two hundred anti forty each while the rufugeea under McDowell amounted to about one hundred anti sixty To raise money for provisions Sovier aud Shelby wore obliged to tako on thoir individual guarantees tho funds iu the outry taker offices that hid boon received from the sale of lands flV noo which thoy refunded On time 2Mb they hogan the march most of them mounted on swift wiry horses Thoy were skilled as horsemen anti marksmen and know how to face every kind of danger hardship and privation Their fringed and tan telled huntingshirts were girded in by beadworked bolts On their heads thoy wore caps of coonskin or elso felt hats in each of which was thrust a bucktail or a sprig of over green Every man carried a small bore rifle a tomahawk aud a scalping knife Few of tho Indians had swords and there was not a bayonet nor a tent in the army Before leaving they gathered iu an open grove to hear a stern old Presbyterian preach or Roy Samuel Doak invoke ou their enterprise the blessing of Johovah They found Ferguson awaiting them on a ridge between two branch es and attacked him on every side Ferguson was killed and In an hour the British were entirely defeated Almost the entire British or Tory forces were killed or captured The mountain men had done a most notable deed They had shown in per fection the best qualities of horse riflemen Their hardihood and per severance Lad enabled them to bear upwell under fatigue exposure and scanty food Their long swift ride and the suddenness of their attack took their foes completely by surprise Then leaving their horses they had shown in the actual battle such cour age marksmanship anti skill In woodland fighting that they had not only defeated but captured an equal number of well armed well led rose lute men in a strong position The victory was of farreaching import anoe and ranks among the decisive battles of the Revolution It woe the first great success of the Americans in the South the turning poiut of the Southern campaign and it brought cheer to the patriots throughout the UnionIn subsequent anielwe shall show more of the work which the ancestors of the mountain people did lathe Revolution and other great battles of the Republic PRES Wu G FROST Clean old newspapers 5c a package at the CITIZEN office t h f PHILIPPINE LETTER Battle of Lake Lanao Described Wo are now stationed at Pantar Camp 4 ou time banks of thmt Ague river in Mindauo province Philip pino Islands The Luke Lanao mil itary road from Iligau to the Lake a distance of 2ii miles crosses the river hero and we nre engaged iu building a bridge using time piors of n former bridge built by tho Spanish Tho frame work of tho bridge was made iu Trenton New Jorsoy in tho United States Uncle Sam has 40 mule teams haul ing the material from Iligau to this place From 1200 to K 00 native Moros are working ou the road and it will ho finished by tho time the bridge in completed Tho road and bridge will bo of great advantage to the native Moron At present they have to swim their monies or caribous across the river or cross in n canoe about 10 foot long Tho caribou is an animal similiar to a reindeer which llllt a Boast of burden like time ox Some of time Moron am very hostile Recently Captain Parsing of tlio27lli Infantry was on an exHdition with six companies of infantry mad four troops of cavalry mud one mounted battery Sultou Ilncklong achier near Lake Lanao hold a fort with a large force of armed Moros to dufuud It Ho dared Cupt Persing to attack him Ou Sunday morning tho captain ordered his battery turned into time fort and by Wednesday ovening time fort was taken and time chief and ICO of hit men lay dead Only one American soldier was killed und ten slightly wounded There are about MX acres of level laud around our camp all covered with line grass Beyond this the land is rolling Though we have been in this camp but two mouths wo have put up a building 200 foot long and 21 feet wide in which tho food and other supplies are kept We get all kinds of vegetables and beef and bacon to eat now mad are having an easy time of it The Moros bring in Home of the largest sweet potatoes I have over seen One was eighteen inches long and ten inches in diame ter A few days ago Fred Luusford of Co L and myself went boar hunt lug We killed a fume wild boar weighing about 400 pounds This is a daugeroua sport owing to life fierceness of the auiuials mud the natives who skulk about armed with bolos ready to attack you If leiug a soldier was always as easy as it is at present would remain In time army and retire with a pension 110Iare STANDUCH Co 28th In fantry U S Army May 6 1903 FUN AND FACTS Horses and cattle are included iu time ordinance of the stock laws of the town of Bores Tom Baker and Moran havo been appointed deputy marshalsW Town Marshal for sax- A house and lot situated on Big lull pike iu Beroa Ivy For price and further inlormatiou write to thus BKTTIE JoNEs SKl North B Street Hamilton 0- WANTEDYoung Mon to prepare for Government Positions Fine Open ings iu all Departments Good Sal cries Rapid Promotioil Examina lions soon Particular hoe InterState Cor Inst Cedar Itapids la Sowing machine for sale at tho CITIZEN olUlO GLADE CONVENTION The program is being printed for time G lade District Sundayschool con vent ion to ho held at Wallncoton ou Saturday the 11th ihBt It bids fair to have tho greatest variety of speak ers and exercjsea of any district con vention over hold in the county It will give a great impetus to the Sun dayschool work All interested In the uoble cause are urged to give the day to this gathering aud to bo there by 980 If all families in the Glade District will bring lunches it will be light on the people of the neighbor hood Simplicity in dinner arrange nienla is suggested NOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of B 0 Richardson are hereby notified to file name with me properly verified for payment on or before August 2Ii 1DG3 tit the Berea Banking Companys hank iu Boroa Ky or name will bo barrol1Y H PORTER Aduir Dt bonus non B C RICHARDSON Estate RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gene llrnnrd From the Teachings or All Drtionilnntloit Every man whether he will or no Is under Inexorable obligation to God and InuuIluv Dr Alonzo Mutik Metho dust Atlanta Ga- ClirUIi Method Time church will never succeed In the work It line set out to do until It has learned the secret of Chrlxts method of world con iucnt IlGV II Gllchrist Evntigellst Sau Irnndsco HiInn HcllRlaui Eeatay- It In time knowledge Unit we ore doing true Christian work that brings with It religious ecstasy fluid a love of AI nilxhty thought Itev Dr Itobblns Episcopalian Alhnny N Y lpniuii llillllr of Inrrnt The parent In responsible amid guilty If he does not put forth proper effort to restrain his child Time church la censurable If It allows UH members to violate the Hnbbath Kev T H Ache son 1reshyterlan Denver Ofr irliiv of God We are the orfunrliiK oC God Wo did not make ourselves suit we must full Into the way of divine work nuiiifiliip for mans endowment abili ty love nnd progress are nil his rawer Rev R A Gray UnlversalUt Nash ua N II Invlnir Otipa Kllruitrl- Wo need no divine heredity to love our own That Is an Instinct Implant Ill In our carnal nature Hut to ova our enemies Is godlike This love U the mark by which time children of God are known Hev O Woelfkln Baptist Itrooklyc- Hrlltfluui Kmntlon Religious motion is not all that U necessary fur us In the Christian life Gods love und joy must spring up take mold nod mold our characters Medita tion pints an Important pert In our practical life and stirs In our hearts a mighty power of GalRev Dr Hob buns Episcopal Albany N Y Think hole Thought 1cople may go Into n church with most tinhoiy thoughts The plug Is hoy when we have holy thoughts Our Christmas should be to us a festival not only In commemoration of the holy child but of all holy childhood It Is time we look upon all days us holy as Sunday Dr Felix Adler Ethical Cul lure New Tur- khrltlnnlly and Commerce The effect of commerce Is fully equal to the broad quid humane principle on which It reitts It Is the great secular ullof nil that Christianity stands for sod begets Christianity culls for peace among men Commerce Is a great treaty maker nil over the world Christianity proclaims brotherhood Commerce promotes Intercourse Hev J l Adams Unlvcrsallst Hartford Coon HlBhtcl Type of Chnrntlrr Time highest type of cliaracter Is de veloped by obedience to the require ments of dlsclpleshlp Jesus requires self denial us the very first requi site for dlsclpleshlp but In doing he Is doling that only which is n uni vernal law In this universe nothing worthful Is accomplished without ouc rUlcesHev Dr Hull Iluptlst Brook lyn Ilra For IHmriiiitnirul May God speed the time when the great armies not only In Europe but also all round the world may be din Lauded And may the words Pcuco on earth good will to wen wean that time strong men shall not only protect time weak men but that strong nations and weak nations by an International court of arbitration shall not IK al lowed to Impose upon each other HPV Dr Frank Do Witt Tuluiage Presby terian Chicago Uplifting llumnnltr We must never lose sight of the su pcrtiatuml nor must we forget that wo cannot uplift humanity except In the light and with the assistance of Christianity which Is Indeed the great Samaritan who bunts the wounds of Buffering man In the things which re lato to what Is culled charity In the world today there seems to he lacking the dlrlno motive which is the soul of true charity anti In this there Is a re turuto paganism Bishop County Catholic Wellington Aiplratlon After God All pagan religious are not entirely humbugs They mire not the result of scheming by crafty priests seeking to oppress the people but they are the aspirations of men after God Hut tho Christian religion is tile only one that protends to help men recover from the effect of sin and it is this spirit of helpfulness that distinguishes amid uni ties Christianity Though we differ from one another at time bottom ofnll sects Is Taltb in God as a helpful God Hev Dr Lyman Abbott Conuregu tlouallst Sew York The Kingdom of Od Whore does Jesus soy that tho kingdom Is to be Not III home faroff fu ture here and now it Is at ImiuT Tho kingdom of God is something which Is to be here on this curse ridden tear stained earth Tho world In time last 100 or 200 years hits grown considera bly better and tho length of life U In creasing I have been told It is said that timers are over 35000 people In America at the present time who are over ninety years of age nut timers Is no reason why tho number should not be doubled In the next fifty years We are gradually mustering the problem of disease disease can be eliminated Vice Is not n necessity Timers la no evil of soy kind that needs to be In dustrial problems are soluble social problems can be answered by and by that we may reasonably tmst In the coming of an actual kingdom of God right here on earth und In the midst of present conditions What wo nIl In onler that the kingdom of nod may come Is to know GOON laws and obey theuiHev Dr Mluot J Savage Uni tarlnu New York f DISPLAY OF THE WEED Kentucky Tobacco bignally Hone red by Fair Officials ALL GROWERS TO SEND IN SAMPLES Premium Specimens From the Dif ferent Tobacco Fairs Will Contribute to the Sucoan of tbe Ex hlblt A Specie EubFl nonce Committee Ask lug This Interest 08ubcrlbetoJ e The Tobacco Exhibit committee of the Kentucky Exhibit association ii rapidly maturing its plans for a dis play of the weed at the World fair next year An has been stated In these columns before Kentucky will have 60 per cent of the total amount of space given to tobacco In the Agricultural building This means that the com mittee In charge of the display from the Blue Grass state will have at IU disposal 6000 square feet Mr Chas D Campbell the chair man of this committee proposes to make the exhibit not only Instructive and valuable but strikingly original At time next meeting of his committee ho will present a plan that will con template securing from every tobacco grower In the state and there are something like 30000 of thema sam ple of premium tobacco He Is not making public the scheme of his ex hibit but enough of It is known for Ui to assure the public that every to 1 r COL SAM H STONE Chairman SubFinance Committee on Tobacco bacco grower who contributes a sample will be given full credit In the display for his donation and will be proud of the fact that he has contributed a good specimenMr has acommlttee con slating of about a score of the states best known tobacco people representing every distinctive type of this Kentucky product He has recently issued a letter to the members asking each to secure In his district 30 samples with the name of the donor on each sample and to represent In the samples col lected each grade of tobacco from trash to fine leaf These samples will consist of 15 hands They may be from the 1902 crop or the 1903 crop In case they are from the former they will have to be delivered In Louisville before Oct 1 If from the latter not CHAS D CAMPBELL Chairman Tobacco Exhibit Committee until March 1 next year A committee of three Is to be appointed by Mr Campbell to secure samples from all the tobacco fairs held In Kentucky be tween this date and March 1 1904 The General Finance committee of the association believes that the tobacco growers dealers and warehouse men and manufacturers will be willing to contribute handsomely to the fund that will make possible a perfect exhibit of Kentucky tobacco It has elected Colonel Sam H Stone of Louisville chairman of a special sub committee on tobacco and Colonel Stone has appointee al his associates quite a large number of prominent tobacconists In different sections of the state A meeting of several of these was held recently In Louisville when It was decided to make every endeavor to raise 5000 among the tobacco In terests of the state A systematic and vigorous campaign for funds Is to be 1norofolof 101 This office is in receipt of the latest time table folder of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway Henderson Route The folder is an especially neat and attractive as well as complete edition The Hend erson Route is the St Louis Worlds Fair line for lOOt L J Irwin Louisville Kyis the general passen gor of agent and will answer any let lure inquiry concerning this lint ll0 y wi Queen Quality J t The Famous Shoes for Women Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pair and be convinced Wo aro note agents for Madison county We can also please you in MenstShoes Hate Shirts Uoderwear Neck wear etcsl RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky 11 pjoSoJoJoJojoIojoIoIoJofo 1 ff0jU I o o + 0 o With Frank D Lannc o 8 Coof Philadelphia If+ 0- o + o Manufacturers of 2 o 1 Dress Goods 1 Outings o 1 aSuitings etc 1 o + Will solicit the trade of allti t o good merchants of Central or1aod Eastern Kentucky tier ing the season with a full i ooja line of fall and winter earn 1 r o piM Your orders will bo o 1 highly appreciated o +o4o4o4 o4o4 o +o4 o+ o4 o4 o4 o ro 01W17 IHBLACKDRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE t1M 11 A sallow complexion dizziness tongueare j and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are i painbutthough less painful at the start are much to cure T9medfords ulackDraught never faiU to bene and weakened kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever and It it a certain preventive ofcholera and lirichts disease of the kidneys With i i reinforced Thedfords Black Draught thousands of persons have yellowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mulllni S C March 1901 Draughtlorthru taklnJlItItkidneytroupesTMftlalato Rev A 0 LEWIS 11J1l UuL 11r wPrm 1 obwa U and Foretgm t Iq 1HEr16RA rpfec9 ursi C Rumb r Gutter TennyMins nusl Sons A far note falls The trumpet calls To tell a listening world Its story i The lonG night breaks and Temperance wakes Sad years with trumpet blasts of glory lllow trumpet blow List the echoes fall- InG flow trumpet answer echoes calling calling calling O hark 0 hear Ho grand and clear And grander clearer further goIng Ah no uncertalirirote of fear The trumpet blasts of Temperance blow tag JJow with thy tones the roes of God ap- palllns plow trumpet answer echoes calling calling calling O Ood they dlt who question why They faint who hear and heed Thee never Gods echoes roll from soul to soul Heecho ever and forever r Jllow trumpet blow utrcati or death fore stalling And ant vcr echoes answer calling call Inp galling Union SlRiial A DOCTORS OPINION Aleohollc nrnlu ns n lrIIIIoInir null KiHllnjr fnmr of Dlnrniip and trlmr j hum TliArlior M U was a prom lowest physician mud surgeon through out the revolutionary war He was u man of fcrcn iilntrviitiou and sound judgment In addition to his valua hula Military Journal he published hit colelirnUd Modern Practice of Medi Cult in 12d- tjl0tc from Uiln work hU opinion r gnnitig the elVeet of ardent spirits truly for it wii not generally IWI lieved 7J years ago that wine beer hllllulfillThere are marked chronic effects of orient spirit upon the body and the mind On the body this dispase to ecry form of disease Morcower1 they excite various dia as struction of the liver jaundice drop Ky cough con umplion anti other pulmonary diseases eruptions on the Lice and nine called rapes buds we call them rum lilo oiis now and gout in all its forms Ardent cplrlts nfteu lucite fatal dNwiM without prod net hug drunk crones I Lire liiionii many persons destroyed by distilled liquor who were never completely intoxicated during the whole iourst1 of their lives The solitary instances of longevity which are now nnd thou not with in hard drinkers no more disprove the deadly rffeot of ardent spirit than the Military iiiHtanccs of rerovtrie from drowning prune that there is no danger to life from a human body lying mi hour or two tin iler water Not less destructive are the ef fects of distilled spirits upon the human mind Dr Water of Penn sylvania hospital fella me that the insanity of onethirrl of the patient th ITU was induced by alcoholic drink They Impair the memory de bikinis the undtr tiiiuliig and per rent the moral faculties JCot truly fiihrhooXl is produced by them but iiticlcnniuis fraud theft and harder No more afTecting spectnele cot be exhibited thou a person whose con ditiiin hat been generated by the habit of drinking ardent spirit Is lie n husband Hull deep the anguNh which rends the bosom of his wife Js the drinker DwIrep Who can measure the sliaine and aversion which she excites In her hiiMhimd Is he n mngistratc or huts he been called to fill a responsible position In the 11111111IIf the na tion What humiliating fears of cor ruption In tin administration of the laws appear in the countenance of all who sec him Is he a minister of the Gospel Here language falls me If angels weep it Is at such n sight Doverty nnd miseryerhuvH and In alit disease and death are all the natural and usual consequences of the prolonged use of ardent spirit And this death Iscuicid a Hut the use of distilled liquors Is believed by many people to give strength to the body In certain cir cumstances They tire wild to be necessary in cold weather This Is not true for the temporary warmth pro duced Is always uncceeded hR greater disposition of the body 4o lie af felted by cold They are also de Blared to be needed In very warm weather Experience shows that In creasing instead of levelling the ef feet of heat upon the body is the re tillt of their ube Dr Hell of the West Indies declares that rum always diminishes the strength of the body and renders men unfit for any service In which vigor and activity are required Ardent spirit do not lessen the effect of hand labor upon the body Look nt the horse with cverymuscle of his body swollen from morning till night when nttaehed to it plow or in a ten in Does ho make signs for n glass of toddy to enable him to do his work No he requires nothing bIll cool water and substantial food There U no nourishment in ardent spirits So great is the danger of IIqjlorclan A physician of eminence who died near the close of the lust ran tury In London lamented in pathetic terms that he had innocently made many sots by prescribing brandy and water in summer complaints Stunk tug and chewing tobacco by render IllS water and simple beverages in sipid di poe to the use of ardent spirits SII titan ever became a drunkard suddenly By gradually accustoming the taste and stomach to ardent spir its a habit Is formed and the desire for more liquor increases the odious nuisance of r dram drinkers breath becomes a furmancnt acquisition with the alfA IIIIIIHIt of downright stupidity and Impotence Ministers of the Uospcl of every denomination in the Lnitcd States aid me with all the weight of the in fluence you possess by your precept and example to prevent the multitude of crimes and miseries the oft spring of strong drink It is highly probable that not leis than 4000 people die annually in the United States from the use of intox heating drinks Where are all the In dian tribes whose numbers and urmy formerly spread terror among their civilized neighbors In the words of the famous Mlngo chief the blood of many of them flows not in the veins of nay human creature They hove perished not by pesti lence or war but by n greater foe to human life than either of these ardent spirits The loss of 4000 American citizens by the yellow fever in n single year awakened gen eral sympathy and terror and called nil the strength and Ingenuity of laws to prevent its recurrence Why nut the sonic zeal manifested in protecting our citizens from the more general and consuming ravages of distilled spirits it As I have already indicated it was believed SO or 100 years ago by tem perance men like Dr Timelier that while distilled liquors were dcspon exits and excitants ot disease and crime wine porter and strong beer were harmless healthful mid nut ri tious Modern investigation shows that the nutriment in these bever iigos is almost a negative quantity while the amount of alcohol which they contain varies from six per cent to 2v or sore and that as disease uiil crime producers they are a close second to ardent spirits in the vi shuns race Physicians know or ought to know that diseases are produced or nggrmated by the use of alcoholic beverages and that the records of police courts demonstrate that the mass of criminals arrested are hard ilrinkcre In the earlier years of the republic it was esti mated by Thacher and others that Uioo people diets drunkards every year Now more than n hundred thousand graves are required annually to hold the victims of alcoholic poisons How tnnyof these victims were started on their down ward course by the prescriptions of reputable medicinemen nutty be Known only by the recording angel but we have reason to believe that every week if not every day there is added to the llst of physicians one at least who can truthfully and proudly answer the charge that doctors make drunkards Thou amt oat say did ithenry D Didiimn M D vice president of American Medical Temperance Association NOTES OF PROGRESS The ballots of freemen utmOst defend the honors of freemen National Ad vocate The Anti Salooa league is planning nn aggressive campaign in Kansas Cit j Mo this summer The cooperation of the police is promised and all vile pie lures winerooms and other violations of existing laws will be suppressed Statistics show that out of the total of Londons curable drunkards of fenders who have been convicted more than ten times 8HH are women nod 4300 men 1110 years the deaths of women front chronic alcoholism In creased over tti percent Journal of inebriety The question of barring liquor deal ers until saloon keepers front membership in the Catholic Order of Foresters will be considered at time national convention which sects in Dubuqiie la next August Prominent member expect to see the saloon keepers ex eluded Some of the railroad contractors of till Vnbanh railroad have been aroused by the frequent deaths of their labor ing men The Jefferson county Mo authorities hove been nuked to assist in arresting the men who lave been selling doctored liquor which has caused these deaths The new hall of time National Tem perance society and publication houi c at 3 Fast Fourteenth street New York city hits been dedicated Ur Cuyler of Brooklyn delivered nn address in memory of the lute William F Dodge mind Mrs Dodge for whom the new lull of the iiVMMlation is mimed Wlint tine Plucky JlluUIrr Did Item F II Argo the young rector of an Kplscopnl church at Itockliilge Pa has shown wluit title determined norm out do in driving out gamblers Some poolroom Wren who land been forced to leave PHIndelphin is tab lished quarters near Mr Argos church He called upon them hill was denied idmlKsioii He then told the gamblers It would be better for then togoatvny iilelly for he should keep after them until every one was convicted After II consultation the gamblers notified the clergyman they would leave at once and they and their belonging disappeared THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lessen In the lutrrnntlnnnl ttetfe July a IIXIH Snul Chosen King TUB LESSON TENT U Samuel 10IMT 17 And Samuel called the people together unto the Lord to Mlzpeh IS And said unto the children of Israel Thus iiltli the Lord God ot Israel I brought up Israel out of Egypt and de livered you out of the hand of the Egyp lIam and out of the hand of till kingdoms and of them that oppressed you tad ye hare this day rejected your Cod Who Himself saved you out of all your adversities and your tribulations and ye have said unto Him Nay but set a king over us Now thvrcfore present yourselves before the Lord by your tribes and by your thousands Stnd when Samuel had caused all the tribes ot Israel to come near the tribe of Benjamin was taken II When he hail caused the tribe of Benjamin to como near by their families the family of llatrl was taken and Saul the won of lush was taken and when they sought him he could not be found Si Therefore they Inquired of the Lord further If the man should yet cone dither And the Lord answered Behold he hath hid himself among the stuff- S And they ran and fetched him thence and when he stood among the people he- was higher than any of the people from hie shoulders and upward And Samuel said to all the people See ye him whom the turd hath chosen that there Is none like him among alt tie people And all the people shouted and sal God save the king Then Samuel lid the people the maul ners of the kingdom and wroto It In a book and laid It up before the Lord And Samuel sent all the people away every man to his house g And Saul also went home to Glbeah and there went with him a band of men whose hearts God had touched r hut the children of llellatrnld How shall this man save us And they dt pled him and brought him no promt ilui he hstd his peace OIiI TKVI The Lord In our KlnKI HP nlll sale tisIsntlitniO- tTLINEOFSCIIIITUItt SECTION Sauls meeting with Samullt Sam 9lHSaul anointed klng1 Stun9S 101 Saul a changed man l Sam 10914 Sail made klng1 Sum 1017Zi- TIMK The eleventh century IJ C The exact date Is uncertain PLACE Mltpeh supposed to be a hill town four miles north of Jerusalem and about two milts south of Itarnoh wh re Samuel lived NOTES AND COMMENTS Sauls Meeting with Samuel Tin whole story of the selection of Saud- I be king of Israel would on a ual reading appear to ben series of mere casual liapjioiiiMgs and chi certainly does enter limn the episode but no more we venture to think than in the lives we all lead It Is to be carefully borne in mind however that chance while it may conic upon us by surprise is not tui netidem In the Divine economy but a jurt of the plan of Providence That Is to my that in our partial knowledge or iilmost total ignoranee there IIIlIch n thing as chance hilt looked at from tluother viewpoint that of living oniiiNrienct and oninlpotenec what we call chance is precisely rind mi cutely ordered Now it chanced that Saul WON oil on a search for his ntler asses which had wondered ffuip their iwciuloiiuil linitntM It also ihanecd that hits search was in vain It clmncLtl tint by the time Saul concluded it useless to reek longer they were not very far from the town in winch Samuel lived and fur liter that Souls servant remembered that the titan of God might direct them That In the human nide Now from the Divine ride It MCIII that Gad told Samuel that he was to meet nt a certain specified time u mini like Saul who was to be anointed by Samuel ns king of the lows Much to Sails surprise upon meeting Ih prophet the latter outdid the former in the deference shown tin other Indeed Saul was not treated as the IdnrIhe was to after tills iin UKtial and unexpected hospitality Samuel told the young Itcnjairlniic that he was tliechcwen of iod to be the king of Israel Saul Anointed King The next day Samuel led EOIIU further con vcrxaiion with Saul and then accom panied him a little wayon Ids journey Walking thus out of the vil lage Samuel requested Saul to send his servant on before that they might hcalonc ThUwacdoneand then oil wan taken by the prophet and poured titer the head of the future king and a solemn kiss Mealed the ceremony Saul was then told that the Spirit of the Lord should crone upon him and that he should be at least fur a time an one of the prophets Saul a Changed IIIIIIt Is record ed that no sooner was Saul alone again titan God gave him another heart and when on his homeward way ho met a company of prophets the Spirit of Rod came upon him and he prophesied among them This was an evidence of the iiew heart because Saul among the prophets so Impressed the people who evidently were not unfamiliar with lulls past life that it became a saying among them Is Saul also among the proph etsSaul Made Kingrn due time Sam net called the people together to Mi peh to formally select n king Then was publicly given the warning Sam uel lord been Instructed by find to give against rejecting the Rod who lad brought them out of Egypt and hind saved them so often when the nation was In danger and putting In Ills place n king lgs mid Thlnllr- lleproof is the proof of a friend No man falls of success who Inn quiets himself Success is not salvation hilt aha tlnn is success The rich need our charity as much as time poor fhc supreme things rare seen with the soul instead of with the senses dint would mane n model for one UIIlotherThe value of a mans opinions on a subject depends on what it costs him to lire up to thm Hums Horn s ICHURCH AND CLKRGY In the Dikota prejby cry coinjosril entirely of Indiana there are iwon seven churches anlllIIiS communicants ministered to by 15 Indian preachers Tho lord bishop of Thetlord who Is considered to be the host missionary preacher In England declares that the church must enter Into competition with a thousand and one things which engross the attention of the world The College of Confucius the old uni versity of China has for 3000 years borne the name of Kwotsekler Its main building tho finest temple of Confucius in China has 300 columns in Its court on which nro engraved the names of Its 00000 graduates Tho Eskimos now have their own translation of the Ulul which has taken 150 years to complete The Norwoslan pastor Hens Kgcdo who went to Greenland in 1721 begun the work which Is completed and published by the Ulblo society of Denmark- A Chelsea Eng hospital Is mourn ing the loss of a bequest of GOO through a legal Informality The tes tator sinned hIs will In his bedroom and the witnesses thoughtlessly carried Into another room before signing It thus making the document Invalid A movement Is on fool among British Roman Catholics and others to secure The Monastery at Llttlrmorc In per manence as a memorial to Cardinal Newman and those associated with him under that historical roof The Monastery was composed of a row of work mens cottages and tho room in which byFather upnblepens In the possession of friends of the cardinal PERT AND PERSONAL Of the ministers of the second em pire in France there are still living M Tlnard anti Kmllle Olllvler Tho first named remains an ardent Imperialist William T Hlchards the celebrated marine artist will erect a unique sum mer residence on a small Island off sew port The rocks and deep foundation will be blown out and the entrance will be from underneath the building Andrew Carnegie has purchased the famous zoological collection of Baron de Bet of mussels The collection Is especially rich in specimens of extinct birds of central ICuropo and northern Asia The collection Is to gob o Harvard universityDr Thompson till Australian geographer who has visited all the leading countries of the world making personal researches has Just left New York for England and Scotland where he will read paper before the geograph- Ical societies and the Colonial Institute Secretary Hay and Assistant Secretary Ixwmls of the state department have contracted the rubber heel habit bo lievlng that these appliances give great er ease and comfort when walking on hard sidewalks and on the still harrier marble doors of public buildings In Washington II T Daniels who owns ninny blocks In Spokane most of the town of Trail In HrltWh Columbia and 10000 acres of land In Cuba left Glasgow Ky years ago and arrived In Spokane with Just one dollar In his pocket Ho behaves with equal enthusiasm In the new northwest and the new republic In the Antilles HINTS FOR THE HOME A doctor advises his patients to be bright and frliolous at meal times If they would preserve their digestion In full vigor Tie latest thing III hair dressing Is a curled bang under time pompadour roll This Is arranged rather stiffly In a straight line across the forehead Boston Budget Cleaning Sller DoorPlaten To clean silver doorplate use a weak so lution of ammonia in water applied with a wet rag This wash Is equally useful for sliver plate and Jewelry Good Literature For blackheads nib on a preparation made of one ounce each of tincture of green soap and witch hazel Apply three times a week rub It In well and then give the face a good wash with warm water rinsing with clear cold wa ter The convalcsceno from measles Is the most Important stage of the disease Watchfulness and care may prevent serious pulmonary complications The contemplation of the mortality bills should make uu extremely careful In our management of the affection says Prof OVIer of Johns Hopkins university r MATTERS OF NO MOMENT French subscriptions to the amount of 50 000 francs have been received for the statue to Bunsen the great German scientist The longest recorded run of a motor without stopping upon English roads was made by Mr Suthwalte on March U 1900 It was from Edinburgh to Sclby 221 miles and accomplished In 18 hours Citizens of Tloga Pa have erected a monument to the memory of John Schaoffor a railroad watchman who was killed while attempting to save Iho life of a woman who was crossing the Reading tracks The Indications are that foreign travel will tide summer exceed that of any previous season Sixtyseven sail Ings a month of llrstclass passenger steamships will be made front Nov York for European ports Tills Is provision for 86000 passengers between April and September An expert call mate puts the amount paid for steam ship tares at 131000000 and the ex penditures In Europe at 70000000 This weighs heavily against our 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nlgliU art J ebs and the days are dim Can Hs at touched ty KrIer I bier Wash a4des the heart end whiten the ksr1Aand throne are eternal calnn puimeAndHow can Ho care for tny poorllfeT And yrt I want Him to care for me Plots I live In this world where the aurrowi be Whn the llchti die down on the path I take i When Mrrngth Ii feeble and friends forsake Wh n love and music that once did bleu Have UK mr to silence anti loticllnon retj ar t Oh winilrrftll story of deathless love- Rs h child la dMr to that heart above II neht for 101 1 hUll cannot Unlit II inurl me In lbe gloom of nlKht Ha lifts the burden for lie U itrurx lie Mill the sigh end nwakcna th IonIC Tt r Borrow that bowed me down He burAid love and pardons because He caret Let all who are sad teka heart asaln W ate not alone Iti hours of pain Our father stooge from Ills throne above t T oclhe and quirt in with HU love I 11 eaves tu not when the storm Ii high AM have lafrty for nlah sharefI t hrlitUn r The Trouble A fon the Torolito LYNDEI CHAPTKIt V 1ITIMATfSIH TWAIN When nil anldanbrr 1tthought cu much vaunted llOOllj praised lint nn Ignoble llnwr many a fine project conceived lit liniiuUIrr Hn elflftliiirNM and lItnl roelietwlne on Ile courup utanvnnl route to earth iiRnlii n mere blackrued atlck In the chill 1hA Ir of rIOellllll How ninny ewpriae which Mrnitsl altogether iiiliiiK nl feanlblp when planned hna lieconir n tiling prr pnalerou In Ihcld gray light or he morning Sumo fttuli reflrctle nil giving an saily1ow when I onnio to write the Irttir to my friend In the llenltvat fotnrHtiiyH Ilrcclorntr Doutttlemi the paeelort Into the rump of the enemy would lie forthcoming lint iiinv mfely within tin lines whnt eoulil I Hope tg nrromptlNh VuuM 11kam1atrutghlun pruorril to tin bosom hlnmclf In me make a eon riilant of 1 Mrangir an emerRoney gurus foite l upon him Iii the KnOll nature of one of hla illrritor The idea wan aliannl Anil If hIIlmllltl tin ytirh All Inrreilllile thine the end- wrsld but InilKTiTfiilly jiutlfy the swans one eOIlIlharllllit his salt nnil IxlriJI iJMr The let t vna written anti Dan rnnnolly tuna miililllnc fur the ride In the fort In n few minute the mitlortMklng would be a not and re t ruiiil cratliii Impossible slut n Mhortrr respite hni served nn army s tea my reprieve wne already on the way Connolly ahailpil hU aye un iler hi hnml and filmy duet elonl on the ulnlllI Irill It wan npiroiipilii the rniifh and the level rays of the newly arurli sun turned It Into n hay nlm Iii of gold dtlat Wan nv thlinx tin firea er an tnihrr the xeiit nv nn Inglneer vn my Mercury nenwling Now fivhjttII him tiyi hr iloin on our r nation helium dnyhrrnk ait hrfikfn t Id Ills to know In be ell II t I should have roue Indoors anti kept nut of Might If were to nerve MnrphrrMonH turn aI spy in the engineers eninp It- aud Ituctf that I miiM not he latent as MnrphernonN friend Hut fchnme s pr ked Into the Isla sword out red vor down and I stood my ground when the pair galloped up Uykninp drew rein nl the dnor aouc or to record the feet he horllejthe tnce down till valley In the hit of iiostrlnn byplny I hail an op portunity ir observe the two men The engineer wee a dliappoIntiiTtnt 1reIiRUrlngn of n person dehcrlbcd but othrrwlxc unknown are inevlt nlilri hence out of the mnterlnl gathered from Maepherwons confi dence I had fn honed a rather melodrHinntlc villain of the fictional chool No fancy sketch could have I linen farther from the fact The en gineer was a trimbuilt athletic youiifr fellow na liondKonio in his wny aa Macpliernon though iiilto at the opposite extreme of the gamut of types carefully groomed from his clodntrlmmed benrd and curling niiintnrlie to the welt fitthtg tweeds and tan leather legglngt a man of biiHlneii clearcut concise ng res one would nay emotional only lain conic floodtide of passion and only when hwurted- IIU Mexican henchmnn could be stumped up In terser phrase DarlIchinned na a hobo small and lithe u the savage little tigercat of his nalhc chaparrals with sleepy eyes plnpolntM of feral Intelligence that iw everything vthont appearing to nmbiiBhod under the drooping brim nf hie broad sombrero ha wns a plainsong assassin of the baser sort of n type familiar enough in the pioneer period and seen at its hestI when found dangling from the cross nrm of a telegraphpole or the brunch of a convenient tree When the buy was temporarily Ignored mo and turned toionnoH Where la Macplieniun he de mended Mlather Maephcrnon nv ye plate corrected the extronper mildly Well Mr MnephurNiin then with n contcmptiiuus fillip to time pre fix which was not thrown away upon the Irishman Where In he Its liikln for the hldo nn horns nv the nine nhtcvr ye killed nn ato that he Is Connolly retorted let ting fly the first imaginative arrow that cntnn to hand Much to my surprise nnil much more to that of the extrooper I fancy the engineer frowned nnd marked down the random shot alt wee n mistake he sold Ill pay for the steer Hut that Is nn other matter My errand this morn tag III with your employer btit you cnn pass It along You hare n man here named Kilgurc who should go to jail Say to Macpherson Mr Macphersnn from me that If he tutu charges Kllgore and sends him out of the valley It will save trouble Connolly grinned Its a folne clanehrartrd glntlemnn ye 7 err Misther Wykunip for glvln the blagyard n chance to layvant he re joined with honey on lilt tongue Would yet be nfther tellln IIH fwlmt that profayne dlvil nv n row dhrivern been up tostu we cud tell time captain In avle lies been pulling my location stakes Dont misunderstand me Id give him a taste of the law If there were n court within reach yetIquolh a nv him AnKOine nr yez caught him red handed nr ee orlle1iNo he had the nerve to luring n bundle of the slakes Into ramp and leave them In my tent with hilt coo pliment The impldlnt ofTlIUIIlIltl Uan1 laughing decorously behind hiR hand Hut Mlather Wykamp dear hes not the onv wnn Wlfits thief you any Im ssyln hes not the ony wnn Sure Its menelf ns cooked me bit nv n breakfast will a fagot nv tlilm name shtake wan tiny Invht week Its n kindhenrtrd man mire Misther Wyknmp to be Ullihrlhhln fuel for the likes av us hnrrdvrork In followed confirmed my ill ngnoslM of the engineers ehnraeter touching his weakness on the pus slonnte side lie rode with the wrist thonged rldlnpwhlp of the east nnd the ktilT bit of rawhide cut n quick halfcircle above Connolly lend The Irlihinnn caught the blow on hltu nrm and parried It with the skill of n prncticrd MWordxmnn Hefore I realized what Will toward time ex troopers pistol was out nnd leveled not at Wyknmp but uUthe Mexican Ye would would ye7yr black Jot led haythln Down wld that gent A henry rcvulrrr dropped In the dust on the opposite side of the MeklcnnM horse Vow ihinJiri Halcolt dear your watch nv ye Ilntnol thin ye niurtherin Inthnns its wnn I STOOD MY OHOUND WIIKV Till 1AIIl CJAMOlKI LP hill minutes shtnrt nv the 45 Ill give the pair av yez Vnmoohe Notwithstanding hula apparent tin ykalilIhe tae I think he would have tried to ride the Irishman down but the Mexican set the discreet example and the liny took it nn n challenge for a race As long as theywere dis tinguishable I could see Wykamp struggling with the big horse and being n man of pence I was glad when Connolly laughed nnd dropped Jils weapon kilo its bolster Score wan for the Xbar2 he sajd If the eaptin would hail strut wan eye nn luk nwny wldt tother In tree days there wouhhrt hen shtnkc In time Torolito or n maim to thrive ut lie picked up the Mex leans revolver and passed It to me butt foremost The arrmainint av time n my wld the cotnplimlntx av Snrglnt Connolly Hold ut nt arrma lingth whin yer toy wld ut thlm for run tools shplt betune time eylindher nn the bnrrl whin they go off Now thin sore If youre the letther Im nt your service I explained ns well as I could without going kilo details that the engineers visit had canceled the trip to the fort nnd Connolly rode nfhhlI to report to his employer Mncpher son cnmc In nt noon nnd we held n council of war over time cold snack served In the bunkroom by Andrew the Mild Honors are easy no for nlil Mncphcrson when we hUll discussed the stake pulling incident While Wybamp was here filling his nllegii tlon against Kllgore I wiit nt hit camp notifying his foreman hat nn Injunction would follow any en croachment on my placer claim Its a declaration of war on both ides Youre In for It now talt1lerII had sane talk with Lovntt and the others and they proposed to buy me out at n fair figure and do the square thing all around Thnt waif before they got holclnl Sellers water right of course Xow they send a feHqw In hero who evident ly spoiling for n fight who shoots at my men and kills my stock They propose to ignore luteto freeze me out of time gnme without giving me n show for my Investment They mny do It In time end hot Ill give them n run for their money laughed Lets be frank with each other Angus It goes n good bit deeper with you thnnnnyHtrtigglc to hold the Torolito You will hove to admit that If Wyknmp hadnt Hut he lies broke In Macphcr NOII with rising wrath lie might have hall the Torolito and welcome It lie hnd left me that which Is worth more to me than nil the stock ranges that lie out of doors Hut he wouldnt slid nrjw hed got to take the consequences She wont let me obllterntt him but Ill break him world without end before Im through with him There was n vindictive emphasis In the th rent which started the mill clrcumItnnceep form n frank fighter Into a vengeful enemy Mnepherson loud always beets n hearty combatant but his an tagonism was of the kind which eeks mi early handshaking after the taut Y01itueerj How can you do that HU smile was Inscrutable Theres more In my placer claim Ihnn np pears on the surface Do you know where It UV Its anywhere you see lit to locate itOtt the line of time ditch I sup pose Thats where youre wrong didnt Invent It It is an actual gold bearing bar oil it lies nt the mouth of the upper canyon just above the site of the Olenlivnt companys pro posed damn So Wyknmp will have to go above or below it is that 111 Yes without the choice Hell hate to go Whore The layof Hie land Is such that he cant build below thu gap In the hogback and if he bulds on the site selected by the man who made the preliminary sur uy last summer my claim will be at the but torn of his rotervolr see Hut ho can go above cant liitf Its possible but It will be ex pensile He will hnve to tunnel it small mountain to get Iris outle- fruit the headgates foil thnt Isnt the worst of it What is the worst of IttMnepherson pushed his stool from the table and begun to fill his 11 IIWIIK provoklngly deliberate when the tobacco was fairly alight in explanation was of the vaguest If hr haint already loon so hell go farther up the canyon nnd find his site rciidymade nnd wnjllng for Him only hopn hell take it niUTKU VI PACIMH DKPENSUS AVKIINI Macpherson left me to limy IIvices after the snackluncheon an went Ids way hillnard to look for strays in the northern gulches If you feel like riding n few lines after nwhlle lave Andy snildje Tltibfool for you lies forgotten how to ouch and if you ran keep him front breaking his leg In a dog hole hell bring you back nil right he snldnl parting milling ns n stirrupword Hut I shouldnt ride too far If I were you Youre gain hog by kangnroo Jumps now and you mustnt get a setback Su notch for a well titans advjee to nn HI one who having ridden more than wns meet the previous day was minded to stay nt home anti let the sbddle bruises hen lint in mid afternoon one of time microscopic in cidents which change the courses of rivers decide the fate of nations and reverse the plans of mice and men canon between nod tide horse with the eplthctlcnl name lad Ills entitle afield Time Incident wns the inability of Andrew the Desperate to maintain his fair share of any conversation Hy two oclock he wns answering In monosyllables by three n direct question elicited no more than a nod or a licad slake at half past he was quite dumb a mute and inglorious campcook fit company for neither gulls nor mien At four loquacity surrendered at discretion the animal with the opprobrious name was put hi requisition and I rodejiway to be with u silence of Natures milking Hehold now how great n matter a iKtlcyflre ftindletli If the wellin desperado had possessed a few more phrases to be rehearsed nt need there would have been for his would be gossip no meditative amble up the valley In the cool of the day 110 attack of unreasoning and nlto gelher tmcnlled for curiosity no meteoric descent into the Torolllnn Averting and nobut let us not an the saddle hrilye remind ers hnd the prickings of the thorn in the flesh of Illness which use and time will finally dull for the least heroic sufferer the ride up the val ley was n pure delight The afternoon was perfect The atmosphere was like n draught of fine old wine riverIwa9bruited ear of the cities arid the colorscheme of the mighty nioun tithe on either hand was full of soft grays nnd fcofilhlng browns The completeness of it was soul sallsfy Ing awl it was easy to understand how upon such a day and with suck enoompAHsmenti well mat mljhl rejoice in time mere fact of life Also It was less Jillljult to comprehend the one Angus the 1irat to abdicate and go Irtto exile nt the decree of any syndicate of theta nth It was n hopeless lapse into mcdlcvnlUpi one would soy but at the moment I could cheerfully have seen the plans of the lend company with nil the prospective benefits to the many which they contemplated come to naught to the end that this sequestered corner of great nature domain should not be marred by ella figurlng plowshares This thought and its entail rang the reflective changes what time the bronco was topping the swell from which the settlement nt Valley Head coma into view Curiously enough the clustered farmsteads and tilled fieldof the xmnll colony were far from suggesting that theywere the precursors of the tidal wave of ag riculture amid banality which would presently sweep do m the pleasant valley in time wnke of the great feel gallon canal The line between wild flowers and weeds Is not sharply drawn The bullthistle Is n thing of Innuty nil n single plant and It II only when it becomes n ruthless In vader that we wage war upon It and strive to stamp It out Macphersons cattle on the rolling swells and title small seasoning of humanity nt time meetingpoint of thee mountains were the artistic accent in great nature picture Hut theyAulhced At the summit of the swell com manding n view of the mountnln guarded strnth of the settlers I was minded to turn back butt the club footed one sniffed the cool breeze pouring down from the upper can you and asked horace lse with gentle tugging meet champings for a free rein It was given and wo drilled on past the deserted school house across the freshly turned furrows of the Innd companys canal 1and in due course of leisurely equine stumblings beyond the last farm house and so on up to the dam at the canyon gateway To Ue Continued THE CURATES SAVING GRACE lie 11ae n Great Crlrkrler Kveii II III Hurtrliip Wn a Little Mtnlo There was much excitement in the village of Slusditon because the most Important cricket fixture which the village club had arranged was down for n decision on the following Satur day and the bowler who had won every match for them that season hall hU wrist and coT eqiicntl lendontSpore Moments All their fond hopes of victory had gone when as a last resort they asked the new curate of the village to play owingdeight wickets for Dl runs they scored n brilliant victory The next morning as the squirt him self an enthusiastic cricketer Will leaving the church where time curate had just preached his first sermon he was asked by the vicar whet he thought qf the new curate Oh responded the squire hli voice U weak his doctrines shaky he butyhis cricket is a fair ee opener We niist keep him even If we have to pay him double the salary A Wnle ofrnilime The lawyers were discussing be merits nnd demerits of a wellknown member of the New Orleans bar fho hnd been gathered to his fathers mid one of the party recalled the time when he studied In time old mans ole ficeVe Ijad m copying clerk whose IB efilclency continually worked the judge up to a point of explosion One day a wire basket felloff the topof hula desk amid scratched his cheek Xot having any court plaster he slapped on three postage stumps and went on with his work A lhtlei later he lad spume papers to up to the United Slates court amid forgetting nil about the stamps he put on lila hat and went otAs he entered time office the judge raised his heRd and fixed him with an astonished stare The clerk stopped and looked frightened and holly aske- dlnythhmgerwrong sir Yes sir thundered the old gen tleman You arc carrying too much postage for second clnss matter X O fim IDelllocrat Korrroimrr of III Flock A country minister in a certain American town took permanent leave of his congregation in the following pathetic manner Brothers and sis ters I came to say good by I dont think you love each other because you have not paid my salary Brothers I am going away to a better place I leave been called to be chaplain of a penitentiary I go to prepare u place for you Household Words Mr Irutelecl The doctor would like to see inside said the physicians m llJI the man who was waiting cu the porch Net much sold the bucolic pa tient he dont try tone of them X rays on mel Yonkers Statesman In the Unit room She Do you dunce Mr Sklgglcton lie modestly Well my teacher sold I did when left time academytbut those ladies I have danced whit since express n different opinion Detroit Free Tress 1 Harp Kicepllon She The then continually dunce attendance on Miss Hulllun What U the attractionlieShe refused a dukf Ttown atCountry CHILDREN HAVE POOR SIGHT StillUlna Ciinitlllnn of Ilipl llrnrt- ln iilntnl In the City of Lomluii Ills estimated that In the schools of the London school bunrd GQOOO chil dren Buffer from defective sight and If metropolitan voluntary schools are in eluded the numbers brought up toitboiit bOOIK At a recent meeting of the board It was staled that 80 per cut of t lie chil dren possessed normal tlght ten ptr tent have fair vision and the sight of the remain ten per cent is bud lie gii riling the latter the sight of two or three pereelltlslerhnal Kvery child on entering a senior de partment in future will have his or her sight tested by the teacher time test to be repeated annually Those who have defective vision will be carefully examined by the boards ulUt and curds will be given to such children to take to their purentu preying the need of medicalnrlvice To carry out the experiment the board hUll engaged for tune year the services of an oculist for three days u week oral five assistants for three half days a week at a cost of 875 FAMOUS CLOCK FOR POPE The Girt nt thp Count of Cnrrl U a Man rluui Piece of 1ldd- sanlro PopeLenspresented by the count of Casertn to the house of Bourbon The clock was made in 1728 at Plultance ba noted Italian ninthcma tide Itermird Kiiclni It wn first pre seated to Kliabeth Inrnese on her marriage to King Philip of Spain The crystalincrustrdthe works are ornamented with long nificent sapphires It bears a pompous Latin Inscription to the glory of Elizabeth Karnese and the name of its mak erTo make H an appropriate gift to time pope It is to be surmounted by two sliver angels supporting Leo XIIIH con tof arms It records the duration of daylight and darkness according to the season time posHion of the sun in relation to time constellations and is would only once In 14 years BREAK ALL GUN RECORDS Crew of llnltlnlilp Indlnnn Mnkri- Kotirlrrn tilts In Slxtrrn Shots wllli ThlMrrnlncli Gun The superiority of the gunners of the American navy was emphasized the other day when the crew of the battleship Indiana at target practice in the gulf established n new worlds record In firing 13 Inch guns The slip entered 1ensacola harbor in the after noon and reported to Admiral Iliggin son that the gunners of the turret had scored 14 lilts out of 10 shots with the 13inch pieces nt orniige of five miles lowering the worlds record by one ihot i Admiral HiggitiKon ordered time nckles on every ship of the North At lantic squadron to cheer the Indiana and its crew as it steamed rjasj them up the harbor Wireless Ship Trlrirraphr The Morth of France Inltwu patty liar decided to install worries telegraphy on Its Do er Calais cross channel steamships Xord nnd 1ns de Cnlalr A land station will be erected at the harbor station Calais Sometime ago nn effort was umde to Intro duce wireless telegraphy on nil the packets running bettvon Dover and Calais but the obstructive tactics of the English postal authorities prevent ed a receding station being erected their side of the channel MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July CATTLECommon 3 00 3 75 Butcher steers 4 65 G 5 10 CALVESExtra 575 600 HOGS Ch packers 5 90 00 Mixed packers 5 80 G 5 90 SHEEPExtra 3 60 G 3 G- aLAMBSExtra 6 50 G 6 65 FLOURSpring pat 4 35 4 70 WIiEATNo red i8- No1 winter G i5 CORNNo 2 mixed G 6- 2OATSNo2 mixed 40i RYE No G ti8 HAY Ch timothy 018 25 PORKClear family Q117 75 LARDSteam 4T 7 G5 BUTTER Ch dairy G 13 Choice creamery G 22 APPLES Fancy 3 00 3 50 POTATOES New 2 75 G 3 00 TOBACCO Now 4 50 X11 75 Old 600 3 9 10 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 55 G 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 76 tU 77 No3 spring 75 G 78 CORNNo 2 mixed 503 f 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed tli40i4RyENo2 Q 50 PORK Mess 15 50 GI5 55 LARDSteam 810 G 81G New York FLOUR Win strts 3 75 G 3 90 WIEATNo red 0 834E CORNNo mixed n551uOATSNo 2 mixed G 42 RYE Western G 60rt PORK Family 18 00 i118 BARDSteam 8 Baltimore WHEATNO 2 red 78yG 78y CORNNo2 mixed 56 G 5G14 OATSNo2 mixed G 40u 4 CATTLE Butchers 5 00 Q 5 25 HOGS Western 3 85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red j 80 CORNrNo 3 mixed 58 OATSNo 3 mixed 0 43 PORK Mess l6 00 LARD Steam Gf 800 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red t1j 76t COHNNo2 mixed G 50 OATS No 2 mixed if 6p 391 j W I have practiced medicine for 1t j ears and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to remedy for Dyspepsia but have never been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can oat anything and feel that my health t is better than it ever warp iu my liroII cannot say enough for Kodol has saved life and I know that it jtaken1DIFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky Capital and- Surplus ooooJ IWe solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier The Foundation of llvntth Nourishment is the foundation of health life strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and diges tive organs to digest assimilate and transform all foods into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepsia and all disorders of the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by East End Drug Co The Perfect Liver Medltluec i Mrs M A Jolley Noble D T writes I have used Herbine for a number of years and cau cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect t liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is medicine of positive merit and fully accomplishes all that II claimed for it Malaria can not find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for onerof its functions is to prevent the absorption of fever producing poisons J Herbine is a moat efficient liver regulator SOc at East End Drug Cos EARLY RISERS TIE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria leg from an Inactive or luttlh liver w DeWIIIs Utlla Early Risers are unequalled They act promptly and never trips They are so dainty that It Is a plauur t U take them One to two act u a 1 mild laxative two or four act u s pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TIOI KAIEI sornr TN rtiriuo IT ItC DWttt CCfelc J I Orders for Regal Sho S Watch and clock repairing art therspecialties of Williams shop Agency for M ft N Laudry i Take all your troubles to bl Work guaranteed t l j THE CITIZENJMISSOURIS MILLION How It Is to Be Spent at the Worlds Fair 4 EJAI A MAGMFICENF STATE BUILDINO liPiiliiekyOuly Wants OneTenth as Much in Her Daughter to Ad verflse n Wealth of Products und Resources Quite us Ureutt Missouri Is spending one million dollars ui on tho State exhibit at the Worlds Pair The State Commission well organized Is pushing the work 1luevery department Tho State will at Its best in all the great ex hlblt palaces of the Exposition Since Missouri Is to act as hostess to all states the Commission expects to hate the flues state building ever erected at an exposition It will cost with its furnishing and landscaping about 250000 The building is over 300 feet long cud has a magnificent site on a hill southeast of the United States Government building Work was begun on this building early in MayThe collection of exhibits has been in prosrewi some time Specimens of this years crops throughout tho state will be carefully stored until the time for Installation Each ear of corn for example will be wrapped In tissue paper that It may lose none of Its valued qualities before It Is placed on display Fruits will be placed In cold storage as the season progresses In order that all varieties may be Includ ed In the exhibit next year In the Lire Stock department the Missouri mule will take a prominent part Among the mules will be seen the largest mule on earth a three J yearold mare belonging to Michael Murry of Herefors She Is J8 hands n high or six feet at the shoulders and weighs 1703 pounds A fine display of horses cattle Logs and poultry Is also being provided fur in this department Specimens of the mineral products of the state are being collected and classified The exhibit of zinc will be the most extensive as Missouri pro duced threefourths of the worlds out put of this ore The prospects for an exhibit of fish from the streams and lakes of Missouri ore excellent The exhibit will 1beconfined to native fishes and to varieties which have demon strated their adaptability to the wat ors and conditions of this latitude Fish are tow being caught and being placed in aquariums from which they will be transferred to the State sec tint of the Fisheries building Schools und colleges throughout the State are preparing specimens of their work for the Educational exhibit The public school system will bo fully ex emplified To do this successfully all the educators of the State and those interested In education are working IndustriouslyIn of other branches of Missouris large display the work Is being vigorously pushed Missouri Is to spend a million dol lars at the Fair Kentucky the moth er of Missouri certainly will be able to raise 100000 for making a display of her products and resources s WASHINGTON AT MORRISTOWN New Jersey Reproduces Revolutions P ary Heros Headquarters as Her State Building at the Fair J Fords old tavern at Morrlstown which at one time during the war of the Revolution was General Washlng tons headquarters will be reproduced at the Worlds Fair St Louis as New Jerseys State building t The historic structure which will be reproduced with fidelity will cost 20 I 000 New Jersey has already appro prlated 100000 and ia arranging for 4 a liberal Increase Her industrial and Educational exhibits will be as Inter eating In their way as the old Ford historyS who were sheltered by the old tavern when the colonies were engaged In the memorable struggle for freedom In Lcluiles Alexander Hamilton Lafayette and Kosclusko Israel Putnam Philip Schuyler and others l Are you an educator If so you will want to go to the Worlds Fair next year Why not enter tho School Tea 1lers Popularity ContesU Aieing conducted by the Kentucky Extuult Association and get one of the 120 free trips that will be given the most popular educators Full particulate and blank ballots sent on application to tho Secretary R E Hughes Louis ville Ky- Kentucky i will ha the only State In tho Union with two coal displays In the Mines and Metallurgy building r One will We in the regular Kentucky It mineral display and the other In the space assigned to the U S Geological Survey All other States will have their coal only in one place It Is a l great concession to Kentucky coal fii f a A SOBER COUNTRY NEWFOUNDLAND HAS A REMARKABL NONAlCOHOLIC RECORD Declared to lie the Mot Tempest Place In the World lu the Ittpr- of IntoxIcatltiK Lluuur How Luva Outlun Work In the matter of Intoxicating liquor Newfoundland says a correspondent of the Oilcngo News Is tin mist tenipei alt country lu the world Its statistic of liquor consumption slimy the nios t trilling use of ardent drinks Tin liwiri of a temperance nilrocnto would ht gladdened blur abstemiousness will tin tippler would bl tvrreritoiidliiKl depressed fur lu most of the llshlni hnmlcts around the const there Is IIlIt n hlooii and only In St Johns und II few centers U the liquor trulllc of an miiKnltudc Canada hits hitherto claimed the Lou or of being the soberest country bllt must now yield that distinction to Newfoundland A comparative state niont recently Issued shows that tin Canadians drink eight times as mud of strong beverages as the Xewland era do and It Is doubtful If any stun or province anywhere has a record of sobriety approaching that of this Is land The table referred to shows the annual consumption per head of popii latlon for the year 1UOO and la as fol lows Spirit Wlne Peers gallons gallons gallons Newfoundland OJ1 03 Or Canada 072 OS 34 Newfoundlands total consumption per head Is therefore 0049 of a Kullon as agulnst Canadas total of 4 J isil Ions i er annum Allowing seventytivt drinks to u gallon of spirits or wines the Newfoundlander takes a drink only twenty times lu the year or once In eight days while at twenty drinks to a gallon of beer he slakes his thirst with schooner once every three months In Canada the per capita consumption Is three times as treat lu spirits three tinges an great In wines and almost six teen times us great III beers In New foundland It should be explained wines are drunk by only a limited classthe well to do say oneeighth of the population and beers are but spur ngly used outside of St Johns Unit time larger centers The llshermans a drink Is rum and last your out of a total Im port of iktOOO gallons of liquors and wines rum amounted to 41luU gallons This however represented a drop of 70000 gallons of rum as compared with 1800 though we have grown from IIHIOOO to 1TJOOOO people St Johns with its 30000 residents and Its large seating Population as the main seaport of the jsland is the least- sober section Rut still It compares fa vorably with other coast towns of its class elsewhere Its saloons which number tlftytwo ore open trove 7 a m to 10 p ui on weekdays but are closed tight utter hours and on Sundays ItI practically Impossible to obtain drink In the city during these periods Iollce collusion with till saloon keep ors Is unknown here When 10 oclock strikes every saloon closes and If wen are seen leaving one live winces later the owner Is summoned before the mug istrate und heavily fined A second of female Involves Imprisonment for six months a third entails the canceling of the license No publican as the own er Is termed ever yet ran this risk One Indictment Is usually enough to Instill the requisite caution against a further offense A peculiar fast about the public houses here Is that most of them are conducted by widows who having no other weans of support have taken to this calling to secure a livelihood An other Institution here Is the barmaid as In England St Johns Is the only place In America where she flourishes It Implies no discredit for a girl to bit behind the bar nor Is the conducting of a saloon by a woman In any way de meaning Glrlsjirefer bartending to domestic u dully paper which reflected on a barmaids charuc ter was ululated In heavy damages by u Jury which verdict the Judge warmly commended Almost every hatulet around the coast line enjoys what is termed local op tlon This Is a modified sort of prohi bition which In Canada Is known us the Scott act after Its introducer It enables the majority of the residents in any section to turbid the tale of liquors therein by holding a poll anti registering their votes In accordance with the terms of the local option act If the majority vote yes for the en forcement of the act the sale of Intoxi cants ut once becomes Illegal and the tippler has to Import his private stock of liquors from St Johns French Hallway Alert The nutlunul railways lu France have adopted the following rules First to discharge all employees who persist In using spirits and wine while ou duty Second all persons who contliiuo to drink shall be dropped troth the pen sion rolls of the company and will not participate In tilt endowment funds lu case of an accident All restaurants on the roads are forbidden to sell spirits to the workmen Wine Excluded From Club Wine will nut appear upon the table ut the dinners of the Chicago lushness Woman s club hereafter Everybody connected with the club declares that nothing has happened recently which Is responsible for the action of the beveragematter of principle The Temperance OlOTei Left HandDont cheat Dont steal Dont swear Dont He Dont die obey Right Hand Dont chew Dont smoke Dont drink Love God Lov- eeverybodyUulou Signal a WHAT THE RICH MAN CANNOT PURCHASE By President CHARLES W ELIOT of Harvard E WANT MORE HAPPINESS MORE REAL SATISFACTION MOKE JOY MORE ENJOY ilENT It is suit that we Americana are uljvnys trying to get moneutoro pay higher wages higher sal 1aries more profit in our trailt and there is truth in that uiseription of tho American rim Note is that the ultimntu end of life 1 Is that tho way to win greater happinesd truer en joymenf deeper satisfactions I THINK THE FIRST SOURCE THE GREATEST SOURCE IN THIS WORLD IS FAMILY LIFE THE JOYS OF FATHER AND MOTHER AND CHILDREN AND GRANDFATHER AND GRAND MOTHER AND GRANDCHILDREN THEY LAST In the natural course of life they last fifty even sixty years and they grow as time passes by They are always increasing t theyare not diminishing batUfaetions Does the rich mum have any more of these true and high satin factions than the pour man Not ono whit more He cannot fitly them They are the result of natural affection andof disci plined character They are absolutely unjmrcljusublo in this world A Year of Prosperity For the West RSRrodsII CAN SEE A FULL YEAR OF PROSPERITY AHEAD FOR THE WEST THE PHYSICAL CONDITION OF THE J RAILROADS IN THE WEST WAS NEVER SETTER THAN IT IS NOW Auour earnings are going aheadof the largest periodwe have ever hud I have never seen wheat look so well in all my experience in time west us it does today- I HEIJ EYE THAT IT WILL BE SOME TIME BEFORE TilE WEST WILL EVER NEED TO CALL ON XEW YORK FUR MONEY The western bunkers have their own money to lend to their own people unless moneyshould get so high in Wall street us to make it profitable to send it east Nell Is Within US and Heaven Too By Rev Dr LYMAN ABBOTT Of Brooklyn IrsSALVATION IS CHARACTER EVERY EFFORT TO ATTAIN A PERFECT CHARACTER IS A STEP TOWARD SALVATION CAN A MAX BE SAVED AND NOT ACCEPT CHRIST IF A MAX TRIES TO LEAD Till LIFE OF PURITY THAT CUltIST LED I THIXK HE WOULD BE SA VED THINK THAT HELL IS WITHIN US AND HEAVEN TOO You have seen Pen with hell in their eyes and you and I have both Been men who had heaven in their faces It was not the few ropof blood trickling down the palma and from tho side of Jesus that cotijtituto the sacrifice that atoned for the sums of man it woe the thmythree years contact with the coward liars weaklings of his daily life The Negro a Slave For the Giant Race By Bishop HENRY M TURNER of Georgia HE African emigration movement has not met with 1the approval ofII majority of the negro race A lot of ignorant negroes have opposed it from itrory inception They prate about the sickness of Africa n and many other timings of which they are in dense ignorance limo thoughtful and intelligent of the white race in- dorse the emigration movement and it will yet prove a success and of untold blessings to time negro race IT WILL BE REMEMBERED THAT NOT MORE THAN ONETHIRD OF THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL EVER CAME OUT OF EGYPT THE OTHER TWOTHIRDS WERE EXTERMINATED THIS WILL BE THE FINAL OUTCOME OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO IF HE REMAINS HERE There is some chance too of the negro being reenslaved if he prefers to ftay here Some people are unkind enough to say that this kind of tulk comes from a disordered brain That kind of prating does not annoy mo in tho least TILE NERO CAN NEVER HOPE TO ATTAIN RE SPECTABLE RECOGNITION HERE AND I THIXK lIE SHOULD GO WHERE HE CAN HERE lIE IS ONLY A SLAVE AND A MENIAL FOR TILE GIANT RACE THAT IS ALL HE CAN EVER HOPE TO BE IN THIS LAND Voice of Women Needed In Our Government By HENRY B BLACKWCLL Champion of Woman Sulk je IWOAN ASKS TILE RIOHT TO VOTE LET HER ITSame will not be masculine but she will do the womans part in politics God never meant that polit ical society should be composedof men only He intended that government should also br something of tho homo As long aa women are kept out of the government there can bo no settled spirit of pence The question of woman suffrage is no longer a question of theory but it has become a practical question In all states where woman suffrage has been established tho best results have followed IT IS ONLY IN TWELVE STATES TODAY THAT A MARRIED MOTHER HAS ANY LEGAL RIGHT TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF HER MINOR CHILDREN UNTIL LAST YEAR THE WOMEN OF MAl SACHUSETTS DID NOT HAVE IT UNTIL THE YEAR BEFORE LAST THE WOMEN OF ILLINOIS HAD IT NOT IN EVERY CASE THE RIGHT HAS SEEN SECURED BY THE ADVOCATES OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE dl4 CARE OF PLANTS Mow to Protect Thru and Mak Thru Grow The first tiling about the cure ot plants U Hood dnilnuK1 fwd the right kind of soil says the New York Journal A little amuiuiiln onie u week In the water will net III n fertiliser torn the i lantn to bloom Tin In much better thiin enrthenwr becuiiMe It keeps time plnntH moUt loiiKer To kill rest spiders sprinkle n little diiimmiiu over time iilimtM To thone who have little time niul money to expend un outdoor plant there ure three 11111110 that will glee un abundance of bright cheery bloom from n few weeks after the seed U own until time frost woes the otu aloe Bweet alfHHiim und iwsturtluin They Uo well In n poor will and require little wnterliiK The tall imnturtlum with its bright blossoms nuiKliiK from the darkest red to the lightest straw roles way be trained Htfalnat the house or fence or be allowed to carpet a blilIroumla of coffeo are excellent to mix with till earth used In tlowerpot an It keeps the earth toilet and fuclll totes hlossotuing Old newpnK pinned over plants will keep them from the frost nud prolong their period of blossoming It Hhoiild be uiuilt a rule to water Atlanta Infore minrlHe and utter sun down and lu mi dolnit lon should lit exercised tojvater thrum In such n way that the root will yet the benetlt with out wettttiK time leaves and outsets If you and that leaves of your ronebiiMh or any large crowjng plunt art IKIIIIC eaten by cuterplllam wind around the woody Hirtlon n pier of cotton wadding which will deter them from creeping UJKIII It ThU hits IMNI tried with excellent insults on trees At tlllleM there U also the annoyance of nuts III time KHrdeii but this tan Is readily done away with by pourlnf common lamp till over them To remove worms from plant take solution of soap or wnililni jHtwder or the water fnim the ladder titter n wash log let end und In sot The worm will come to the nirfnce arid its they are Inhuman Mimewlmt they can be tIlIIoVIdtlIIIl1r How ID leak IMBvappU ShrrUet Hull two sups of water und n cup of sugar to a strop end add n teaspoon ful of Kelatln that IUIII been dissolved In n little water Itemote fnnu the tin and bent until cold then add tlm juice of a lemon and n cup of pineapple Juice Freeze how to V MlUti lick Itoutai Hick rooms Rhould lit veiitllaliil even more couclentlou ly than the rest of the house Mummy nn umnteur nunie forget that time sick require pure air quite an touch ax the will nud neg lest to secure all the air spare that Is uecenNury or available All draperies hanicliiK and HtufTcil ideas of furm mire that tie nut ntinolutely mmesary should III buulxliol from time sick room To air time room without giving thr pa tient cold lilac nil extra blanket or coverlet over the Ixd draw the sheet up over the pntleut head and fuce und let a strong draft blow throiiKh tin rctom for a few minute halt will vffectunlljr dUlodge any layers of foul air that tray hove collected Contluil uus ventilation should her malutnliml lath day unit night by weans of an open window In an udjolulug room the dour between INIIIK kept open How la Preeat llur HaitliiaT- lly applying kerosene with a rag when you are about to put your stoves awuy for the aumuivr It will prevent them from ruitlug Treat your fa rill lug ItuplemrntH lu the nme way before you lay them aside In the full How to 1IIIUr Old iltoekliiKi Stockings and socks that lave seen their best days may be utlllied lu ra rlou ways by the careful housewife Cut off the fort then fold the leg part over several time und sew time cud amid one lies a soft holder for Kruxpluj kettlea the stove lifter irons and other utensils of the kitchen White hosiery Is capital when used us n window cleaner In plane of time old duster or bit of discarded muillii which tunny wow eu save for thin purpose How to Hrarl list Feather If your hot feather become wet and straightened hold them over till stove being careful uot to burn them Remove them trout the heat now and then and hake out time matted down Keep this up until the feather U curled How to Make Soap Jelly Heap jelly to wash delicate fabrics with U easily and cheaply etude from bits of toilet soap the lust of cakes left la time bathroom Fill u wide mouthed glass jar threefourths full Of thusu odds and end aid pour bolllutc water over them Add a tablespoonful of glycerin and the juice or half Diem ou Htlr and allow to dissolve ThU jelly Is excellent nut only for tine laun dering but to soften and wblteu the hands How to Take Medicine vastly To prepare the mouth for a uauseoun dose of medicine chew a piece of or auge peel or take a tiny bit of cayenne pepper This will prepare the mouth fur nearly anything you can Imagine How to Make Calls Foot Jelly Take two calfs feet add one gallon of water which reduce by boiling to one quart Strain and win cold skim the fat eutirely off Add to this tile whites of six or eight eggs well beat en a pint of wine half a pint of loaf sugar and the juice of tour leiuouv MIX well boll for a few minutes strain and set aside to cool How to Scale KUh Quickly Fish way be scaled much easier by liNt dipping thew lute boiling water for a minute i An Animal Little Folksi Prosperous Bugs lost morning IlliWi said the unKKlehiiK to the lilgKlebllK as they on the street time other day limy arc you r Very line I llmnk you doggy re plied tin lilifKlchui How me yuuY Oh tnut always well answered the liUKKlcluiK except nmv you know my busliicx4 Is brisk fwd am just a wet1 bit overworked Ah exclaimed till hluwlehiiif iots of woik Inns jjtxid Let me con Kriilulnte you know JUKI huts It U fur you sec my IHIHIIIHHH brink too mid am afraid sometimes I will not Ill A IKXTOR liWIJUtCI till llIOdLl- tIlld be able to attend to It all sty the way IIUKi what hu dm tan y lIlIllIlIowI Im n bnrlKTtiiisweretl the huii le bug A barber exclaimed the hlgglcbUi 11Whheard cried the liUKKlubUK III stir prim i No Mid the lilKicleuutf What U Its Well the caterpillar have adopted I time new stylo of havliiK their heads Lull and my biulnom U to shale time Idoli of money sold the hlKKlebui- Yc Imleiil nplloil till baKKlebllK ti RIllYIm n doctor declared time hljrijle hug A doctor exclaimed till lingKhbUK anti what do you do an u doctor My my my Iioitt you knowY cried the hlgglebllg III rtlrtlitI 11IUtit tho now style of wearing lung whUk era and I furnl li them with n tan jHiwdor to bring out their iMnnU 1hluse n great deal of tho mwder and l am kept liiwy night cud day mixing It for them KUix you will awn bo rich salt the Imgglohug HIK w ro ndfil till 1lllitllhlllfI Woll KIHHI Illggy wild lime lung Rioting an ho part tilt down till streeV mnlby Maggy imnwered till hiiKlebllg St IOUU lot Dispatch 1 Ao Animal For Little PolIl The Funny Duckling It Then wnM once funny little dud ling who WIII always guhmg about da liiK Komethlmc curluiM that innde every tally luuiib ut him Somebody told him Hint If he did smut want to pl wet when It rained he hud Intler buy lilniHclftin umhrelln Ho off Mr Ihickllni wllIlI to the umbrella More ami UuiKht burn HE CAHllIKU TIUT UUllllCtLA AllOUXU self an umbrella lit stuck It under Ida nrm und wnlkiil down ells rued just ns proud all ever he could be It made them nil mgh louder than before for none of them could see what ue a duckling would ever have for an umbrella lint the duckllni did not know any bettor Uo car Id that urn brillu nrouiul wider his nrm diiy utter day hoping It would rain Well dually one day It did ruin It rained lu Hlieel nnd the wind blew iH It hnd never blown before Mr Duck ling went out lute till road mid of course everybody was there to we Up went time umhrelln and up went Mr DucklliiK with It for n big Kust of wind just lifted them hash In time air and swept them over till bend of the spectators und lute till top of a tree about a wile nvray It took the llttlu duckling half n day to imtniiKle hlmiielf from time limb of the tree nod get down to the ground Moral Do nut hamper yourself with thing that art unuecemry Chicago Tribune r M DAYS AND NIGHTS If rlnyn were only twice ai long TwoulJ te a splendid thinK Cnunf dont you know fore youre quite drimiod The tirtakfait bell will ring Anil then Its time to go to school And thru run home at noon And back to ichuol and four oclock NDFt alwoya comic too soon And tlln you put liruln Iu play And then lt time for tea Rod then In such a little while Voar iKriltlme curries you see II nights wrrr only twice an long T ouJ tit a splendid thinK lnuar dunt you know when youre tucked up Hoinitlmm your mothrrll sing And lint you lie and wutoli the tun Or inn bo theres a moon And irun you get all fire and warm Anil sleepy prttty soon And then perhaps you shut your type Aid thin your inothrll say llal1 I a little boy who iiifun Tn In ioN all day IicIitn HuULL- Y TABBY THE FIREMAN n llollnn Cut Whlrltilruda I Ire and tiJac Ibe Iteltrnrllt a tlurli llufawn Tabby ne the name of a pet rot which rude to the neiun of a tire on Oliver itrcctliPfclde tilt drllrr of tower Martin No2 Ills olhrr night Some Ithlll 111 six or urn year ago Fab htriillvd Into the repair strop on llrlilol street near llru hradiuarler looltO around appeared to like thei r TAI11IT ITO8TON Flits AT mrriiiiiilinji and mode hrrrrlf nt litine in ullI corner of jhcthop It wa e v cold liluwfrhiK afternoon and thet i wtrkinan who lint vlinrRr of clDkiiiR Me shop didnt have thr heart to put tlr sal nut Into the storm when he went home Klnor then Talihy line I lnril at lire lipadijiir rs and U run kldrrtiUtfii uttiirln of the department l Tot by han no lung 11ttllorrt nod- lies hover won blur rlhlxiuii In cat l Ihows hut furijitflllKriMi llrriiiin lire t mlKinp to WBRIT their ninnthV pay that their no enl liiiw feline who dr faire higher umrkk hue nutaeter man attached to headiuartrr nnd nl in DM rery iUx rlor otllrrr In the de partment lke llremtn nnd hordes khe lilt t learned lo oiint the alarm belle which ring In the htntlun nnd Is nalil liy tlremrn to know the bane to which tower wagon No 3 rrypondv lleut Jorter tine Iluir r and klie look upon Mm an her mother tilts wilt obey t coin unnilk from him lint linn been 1hu n to niire llrrmrn In Putt tquad- Thr Olhrr street blur trntthegrat CM that Iihhever wltnrioed and the iHktnncr wan the loiiKrut rile ever tinvelril nn n lira wiifiin liut It was by iio nirnnx the llrnt lire she hall bean to Ilreincn tell IClrIot the cat following thr tower for blook n year ago hot daring lo mount thr driver teiit for fear of brliiff drhrn back to tIll fttutiun und having riiualnrd tine i tiN hit tower until the tine wan out Durlnp the past few iiiontliH the unit tirctr to a niiinlicr of flrr mid ridden 11r1Hrt be rxrlleinint Was Intcnie III fire rlruIcK that Tnlibv nlmoKt lost her head ItwA the night when cevrii hill alarum wrro louiiiled Inside of two hours anti fire turn wrro kept nn the jump The ron tlunt ringing ut helix vaulted Tubby to run bark and forth In the station und cry to go out Whrn the 111 come for the tower Company te start Tubby made a trap to tIe drkcyi seat tike was here ber r tore till horses lied left their aloha d The driver knew thud u big tire was In progress and that there wan MIIIIK dill Ii twice to trarrL HU first tliniight vim It to tell Tabby tliat she couldnt jfw- Hru pushed her riff the sent wth a t r inmaiiil to rrnm In behind Jilt rbl yH eauSot to be kit bfhnd tiha r krrnieil to realize that soinrllilnc out of thr ordlnarj wngf on and wtitt It cil to be st the fnrJust an the tower was leaving the lr houcr Tabby once ntiir leaped to the t driver aeat ThU liur hot remained ktraiiBr the driver had hl hands full It taking care of the horses Rue rode to f the Ore with lice furepawe on the drh Irrsknee and her head between his arms While the timer wnwin use the u remained on the fiutnotwltlistaiulliij the favt that the luster was located ly i those to the burnlnsf liiilldlng whereat the smoke was the drnxest and where pub were falling frequently Tab th by got back to the station unharmed tvHlle appeared to have enjoyed herself an flint In the fnture she Mill not ttr n nletrr1 vrhen she rxprrtsr u de Birr to noroityicy thf tower to a tire JktO Globe ty vk WORLDS WAX SUPPLY II Is Nut Oltlnrvril from Urn Alone a Moil of 1a llMtr tlwuia Wen Tui 1 IL producersably OJ riMiu out of lOu uuld tuj so If iiskril Tile vry biggest nnlinnl In the world mm of the mutt Important wax pro liicrr end a line wnx It If It vpiriii niitl and It U obtained trout the brad of the lenn bale hen u perm whale line Wen killed nnil U brought alongside the final tiling that the Whalemen do after the clmlim are passed around DIP fliihrs to hold the big creature alongside of the whining iihlp U to cut the head from tin body This heath alone often weight f everaj tuns nnd It Ino light job to mite It from the water Inunniie tackles nr utrd and uc the whalers who slnnd on the w1lale and on ntuglnpn ringed over It cut through the vertebrae with their kern ruttlngout spade other men on the dick of the ship hence and haul on the tackle until thin mighty bend IIclear of the body Often n heuil like that will be rn big that while part of It In still In the w liter the tip of the mouth will be high In the air II highall the spars of the ultnlrnlilp Then he whaler begin to cut Into the head until they open what Is known by them or the cane This contains till ftpermarctl It Un beautiful clear whltlkh fluid and It Ix dipped out with bilcketn and Putt Into tpeciul caf kx It If stored away In the hold in separate place front the whnlr oll ant It brings a good price at nil hors for the de mend for spermaceti It nnccailnir The riilncFr obtain a great deal of extremely fine wax from a small In sect called pela It lives on trees and the Illume cultivate the pelf Just U other niece breed the honey 1e The pela booster produce nothing ex rcpt wax Thin insect produces mnll maraca of pure white wax and It is tmeil by tile Chinese mid Japnneic for making candles to be burned In IluddhUt tern plea The wax U nadelse for ma dicinal purposes Another wax Inject lire In certain districts of India It It not propagated at the Chlnoe peln If hilt It producer a very valuable wax which will be made an article of considerable rom mrrclal Importance some daySt Toul niubeDemocrat TRICK WITH MATCHES It rw n leather DIRIriill l ruio Illon lint It U IH llmlllr a Vrr Iraq I5 Iaya match on the talilliatl 10 sr range 11 other matches on it that you can lift ilir whole yMrm by holding one end of the tlrtt match Tim berths rusher u Olflicult proposition doeMit II So your friends nt a part vlll toyw11ea you offer 10 do It but let iu thaw you how rat y It lit nllll then you ran uliow then lint lug laid down the flrtt snatch lnce the 14 oktrlde ut it with tin phosphorous ends In the nlr and the other With renting on the table Thc e ends should paint alternately right UOIITINU Tim MATC1IK8 and left and the matches moot be dote to each other true by ride Now If you lift tile rM match the others will full offof cuurte and scatter on the table therefore you will not try it Hut lay an extra match along the lop of the 14 where they croft the flrft one nnd you cull proceed conlldeiitly with your experiment For when you lift the first match the 14 will be held In place by tin one you have placed on top of 1hcm and thus the yMeiu 1II1e made firm Ilrook lyn Kngle To Make a Hiiuiir Kite One of the rn leu to make perhaps In the kfjuare kits The frame cots hutch ofsplit bombamid should be covered with tightly stretched Scotch cutnbric Although called tipinrr yet It Is not exactly koit being about onehalf longer than It U broud The frame should be bent backward butte at the top and bottom ThU Is to mnke the kite bulge outward a posi thou which should be maintained by memos of twine stretched from the corner both abuse sail below The brenathund should be attached in the usual muniier pal the computed kite should Line two lul111 Instead of ont one at each lower earner Tabby MlnU a CUrk Did you ever hear of a cat that wind i a clock There Iullt In North In kola liver name in Tabby mind she never hat to be told when to wind time clock Kin just sits near It an the tlllle drawn near und when the htindx ure at the Light phice she climbs up and attends to the matter Of course the doesnt havt a key It Isnt that kind of a clock There are weight and Tabby draws till weight down that hue gore uj during 24 hours That keeps the clouts going fur hours again lies VlupprU a Humaw r A butcher named Matthews was de livering meat at u lioiue at AxuiliiiUr Kngland when the horse attached to his curt hulled The butchers dug aJ lonce went In purcnlt jumped and caught hull of the rein steer the hortef tnoutb and dvoyrU the ruua aII 4fCCt tGGCGGCC GGGGGGGGGGGEGGGGC GGCCGGaGGGC CGGGrGGCcfRp U STATE NEWS PICKUPS ID4 5x 9 CA P 9949A9i099 d9 t97999 h9d al 994i1fk- A THE KILLING OF JEFF BURTON Hit Slayer Removed From Madison to Htndernon For Safe Keeping Mndlroiivllle ICy July GIn a dlf llculty lit KarlliiRton Marshal J U llmld hut mill Instantly Lined jeO llurton The lepurt snyB that Llndcl hind arrtsted Hurlon on a charge ol drunkenness and hud him in a buggy carrying hits to the station house when llurton jumped iron the buggy Ilnilol ordered him to halt which Ioinrnund he did not heed and Ilndel drew his pistol and hot him as b run The hall entered hit back pass Ing through Ills stomach Ilndel has n pretty widely known history Aludlxonvllle Ky July Orfnt cxclttmtnt has boen aroused In thin KHtlon over the killing of Jeff Bur ton a young man at the big barb one nt Iviirllngton Ky Saturday arieinoon by Marshal J II UndU who was brought to this city an i plated In Jail late Saturday after noon Until about 9 oclock Saturday night the streets of this city w sr crowded with mad white men win were lOiiiiiicntlnK and condemning the affair when all of n ouddtn tlu streets were discited and the tows nppHirtd dooliitf This caused the oltlccrB to auapecl that something woe going to IK dom by the outvldeiv nnd he hurriedly took him from jail lure cull slipped him out In n buggy to Manson Ky where ho wits put M till midnight train and carried to the keepng1rnluapsurday night a lynching would have occurred before Sunday evening and that ht not now considered safe at Henderson ng he may be reached by mOHrllromDIED OF PARALYSIS Col John W Caldwell Expired at Hit Home In Runellvllle Hufhellvlllo Ky July GCal Jour W Caldwell aged Gt who lute been suffering from paralytic died Sunday night He was a colonel In the con federate acrylic After the close of the war hti returned hone here mil rerumed the practice of law nod in ISGft was elected county Judge and held that Khltlon eight years ln 1N7C 1878 and 1880 he was elected toI ongrctR from the Third dlctrlct an 110111Illationdefeat tiny republican that mlpht have been put up He bra n preHlihnt of the Ixtgati County linn mud remaliieil president of that JlIlIlI tuition until It went Into liquidation lart August The funeral will take place Tuerday with confederate honors A DOUBLE TRAGEDY sulperlnlendent IxiulFvlllo Ky July f 1ulaskl IjeiU superlnteildent of machinery ithe N railroad was shot while seated In hln omen at Tenth amid llroad way 1y George U Warner an electri clan whom lit had discharged leeda will ilk Warner entered tho times and asked IeedH to give lint a letter of reconiuipndatloii Leeds refused and Warner shut him Warner then turned the pistol on himself and In dieted n probably fatal wound Ieeda In one of the best Known railroad men In the country Whitney and OBrien Mutt Hang 4 Frankfort Ky July 7Gov Hack ham IIIIB refused finally to grant com mutation to life Imprisonment In tee caue of Karl Whitney and Claud OHtleu Lexington ihurderers wider death sententu They will be hanged July 24 next- lexnngtou Ky July 7Cod In leaven save my poor boy cried Mr E C OUrlen In thta city Monday night as the fatal mesgnge wits coir veyed to her that Our Ueckhom lead refused lu Intel fere for her eon Claude OUrlen Flagman Killed Mlddlesboro Ky July GA freight wreck on tho Southern railway be tween this place aud Luttrell Tenu resulted In the death of Wllomi Ill flagman of Knoxvllle Tenu unit the fatal Injury of Engineer Will Moore of Mlddlesboro Toe men were off duty and were riding in the cn Ixiose to Knoxvllle Inspecting the Meteor Owingsvllle Ky July 71rot Oil vet C FarHiigtou nf Meld Columbian museum Chicago 1rof Bert Tassen of National museum Washington Prof June of New York city ami Prof Collln of Pennsylvania have urea In this county Inspecting the 300 pound meteor owned by T J Per gram Granted a Divorce l iiilBvllle Ky July 7Mrsoseph ine Berry was Monday granted a di tome from Dr Thomas V Berry for mer coroner of Jefferson county The grolilidslorride Kentuckian Rue Disease Lexington Ky July fDr A J Andrews of this city left for New York to be treated for typhoid spine by Dr Virgil P dlbney of that city Ills spine was fixed In a planter of arli cast when he left A SUIT ENTERED The Measurement of Coal Land Was Short It It Allied Pndiicnli Ky July tfhflmai A Nevlns on attorney of New Jersey filed n unit In tau federal court hero Friday against the Ktockhohlerx of the Pudurah Coal and Mlnlue Co for 110 The plaintiff claims he purchas ed from the company In March 1902 8400 arms of coal land In Union anti Crlttenden counties Kentucky but that the tracts contained hot 900 conlninedcIn the purchase were not Iu good tOil dition Nevlns Is the promoter who put through the dent whereby the property of the Iudncnh Coal and III- Iling Co located at Paducah Sturgis anti outer Kentucky cities and Mem phis T nn was sold to the United States Coal and Coke Co LOUISVILLE COLISEUM A Company Organized With An Au thorized Capital of 250000 IxuilHvllIe Ky July 7Tht Louis yule CollKitim Co was organized Mon day with an authorized capital of 2fiOtiCt Samuel Grabfelder was elected president William J Logan vice president U U Veech treasurer and Hrent Altsheler secretary The company will erect a coliseum to cost 3r 0i0 fur the accommodation of all lilndfl of national gaturlngH the Lou levllle horse show etc The bullillng It Is Intended shall be finished In time to accommodate the imtlunul democratic convention which citizens of Ixnilttvlllc will attempt to adore for this city nest year THE STATE PRIMARY Democratic Committee Approved the Claims Presented For Its Holding Frankfort Ky July 4The demo cratic state executive committee ap proved claims presented to it for hold Inv the state primary election of May 9 last for S1PG94 This amount 3 184 In excess of the original assess fluent of candidates before the primary und Is under the party rules to be paid by the successful candidates At Fridays meeting State Chairman Allle Young declared his pir ote 10 contlntio the ilght to oust the regular party organization In tae Loultvlllu district and put In an entire new com mlttee there Made It Too Hot For Him Lexington Ky July 4The report comes here tram Salyersvllle that hungkTom White at Jackson has left Ma pofTiu county and returned to his for mer home on Jennie creek In John son county It III said Fitzpatrlcks neighbor rut him and the talk was so agnlnst him that he was forced to lieILexingtonf On July 22 before the Hanover Athletic dub John Dancer of Cincinnati sill meet Young Uobbs of Philadelphia In a 15 round bout Kid Johnson will meet au unknown the same night L M Webb the manager of Jesse Shlpp 12S pounds and Jim Fields heavy weight Is nnxlous to get a match for his men the same night Feared a Lynching Olive Ky July GTo save the lire of Clabe Hicks from a mob ont sera spirited him front the Jail at Sol tier this county boarded the mid night train nt Enterprise and tool aim to Grnyson ilickr shot and kllleil Tom Fouche and seriously wounded lot Fouche a brother of the dead plan fit Soldier Saturday 4Columbus Elks Challenged Covlngttm Ky July i1he iocal lodge of Elks sent a challenge to the Columbus 0 lodge of the order n measure lusts with a team picked from the total membership The challenge wax accepted and arrangements are already under way for a battle royal to take place fot Columbus Republican State Convention Louisville Ky July 7The repulr lican state convention which will bo held at the auditorium In this city July 1C promises to be the largest gathering of the G O P In the history of Kentucky Over 36 names will be presented for nomination for place on the state ticket Fight For Supremacy Lexington Ky July 71The recently elected democratic county commit fee have been called to meet next Wed nesday afternoon for the purpose of organization This U generally regarded as the reopening of the strug gle between the democratic factions here for supremacy Span of Bridge Burned Paducah Ky July GOne span of the I C bridge over the Tennesseo river 20 miles above here burned and this will stop traffic fur two or three days over the bridge fhe blaze orig mated by birds nests In the bridge catching fire from sparks Capt John Carroll Dud Paducah Ky July GCnpt John Carroll a well knuwn river pilot died at his home here and the funeral took place Sunday afternoon He wan 3S years old and formerly lived Iu St Louis 1 u Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School ni who board thcratelTC cr pell1 tmuch or little u they chooM on living nzpciixct It lays to I little nlra mousy forlfrt jn books and other thluKi But the rtectcMrr expenic ere only u follows To pay the nut darn HOWiMi Lama HALL 50Fxpente Book rice about 2 W 20 00FllrnlhlflFlrit Month hoard r W 6 W iiExanHy lermlanndr7 150 erloalol 2d Mo llontcl 6 it Beginning td Mo Baird MO 6 00 00Itotnl Expeneeme Wttxlii aT BO 17 00 r Pot those liflowJA llnuimmr deduct the tl Ini booki tudtl from locldrnUI Ire msVing the otiil onlr atGoIWhen lour shore on roim sod lull tanking the loal only 5220 If clowd tclow irammar Room nw1 furl rnt one rtolltr moo lo the VlntiTlctui Two room for hnutekrrphig with HOTM cte- bn mostly rented lot froth lo a term rise price of a big reef a little tan Mtrk- or a few homeon beileovsn will glt term if shout whlrli will hnoge naaunts life fur the burn Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer IEXPERIENe TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS RC Anyone sending a akMeh ant description om asrertaln nor opinion res an Invention Is probahlr nnteiitahln runniunlrn lloruiKtrlctlroonadonllnl lliwlbnctim ralrnlss patvnUIAlenljipedal noltu without ehaffO In the Scientific American- handsome Illtirtrated weeklr Ilrtr rnUUnnnr any artenuiM lonrnl Terms a pars roar monfhi lia d trait n wdralra Yorkaraocbh LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time table In Effect Mcy 24 liDS ItwllyLeavnArrive Richmond a52is in Arrive Paris frll5a iu Arrive Ciiiciuimti 7ialllt in IsllyLeave pArrive in III Arrive Cincinnati ft Xi p in IrallyLoafeliorenArrive Liviuhton 205 p m lfLeaveArrive LivingstonIYioa in- TrniiiN No and No 5 iimkn connection at Livingston far Jollico rued the South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREEReboot children end public Invited to tote to popularIncuts each Un sat It one lime AU motley over and- above tdpexpeneaoflnch cralo go Into o Kentucky Building t the Ex livery voter thus ofknowingimportant tltJtCI have been Billed at the time time a taelur hn received recoffnluouY Coolest conducted under nnlces of Educational Extilmt Corn mltlre of 1xlilblt orrU1baUonformt Kentucky BuiMlng and full producehloaCallellan Jliftycdufottir in tli publee11I1I1atloolprolotaullahlbil lommittee stone Kamtaofllschool child rea trtta to be e rolled In the KentnckyJJulWInga tile Expn anion Kentucky bate an educational exhibit occupyingyotyuae feet of la lie The 1110 be ube greatest ncool In the world lit chosen will beluckyadmit leiulertd title Itip lo the Hair Every county elfCtllt own mOitlpnlrrdurtor ntYonHlileorjener oncaatinitlUelritr iiumber of votes wilt be allowed to two most jiojulor and the recoud roust nopulir THE TOtES WILT BE TEt ems El fC TES COXSTlTtTKO BILLOT At ten cents tech ever echnol child la the PtalQTillt be able to rat rt leaat one vote for Sts or her Conte teacher iut tile vottuj will not be confincU to school ciillicn PiUKXTS OF PtTILS lt AST OF THEIR FRIKXIM RAT TOTT The purpose of the Allcet- IUon twlntf toelect the roo t popular school tescber In each county sesocuusldeodbr the pnMIc pupilsmaylemlltlaEpact for voters namta may be left blank The Association wanti however to enroll fn the Kentucky Building nt fit Iouli next the name of child who art one or more void la contest Pupitaarenskcdtbcreforetoslgnthclrnames plainly to the ballot ALL EXPOSES OF THE TEACHERS WILL BK rAg by the Aiwiallon This wilt Include railroad transportation from Louisville to EC Louis and return board at one ot the best hotels is the city for six day and admission to the exposition grounds for six days THREE PAitTIE4 WILL BE MADE W FROl TRY lOST IOrrun TFArnEJUI to mob the trip more profitable and more enjoyable Itach of thcjc parties will conclrt of forty tcnclieri This would make a total of loo but as there arc only sty ulIUelln cnlucky the Assorts goIromM1b TEACHERS IN TUB STATE STAND OX AX EQUAL FOOTING in this contest The teacher with twenty pupils receive more the teacher with lIe or fix times si many enrolled bl or uer chool because the voting is nol confined lo children The public be an Important factor Votes be east for any person who taught school during or U teaching now Thus or December the opportuniglobtheestherofaSee monoatspaperoilIcheloaedlnSovember b1orcdollarnntTIlRJUtDOrLCASTS IIFTY VOTES TEN DOLLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTHSJ ON15 HUNDRED HOL VQTH3AUoftbernoneyrecelTcdln over and above ttatuvedln defraying expenses ot the lit most popular the flute 01 their trip lo the orlda go for the tierlion cf a rt the exposition so every voter In this contest may have the addi tional satisfaction of knowing that be hll aidid a worthy Cause TfTB STAKDKQ OF THE COSTESTAOT8 WILL BK PRINTED nf In tacit cnnnty to show hla or her friends how the race Is run beginvoUaguoworour favorite school teacher The voles wilt be counted underthe supervision of the Educational Kxhlblt Committee of the Association The of this committee s as Prof It V McCheiner Frankfort Prof R PIlalleckLoulavllletotwitDa- ttllolomew Louisville Prof 11111 Aoderaon Lexington Dr Chase Palmer DeniUe Pre LoulnlllltDrUDrtMelfenryRhoadstI notLouisillel1UPattiSaltlLouisvlleMraEmtlf K Brackeulx iitrville and Ma M Tucker Louisville Member of tbe Educational Committee are not eligible to election Iu this contest RKXEIBEB tTEBT count ELECTS ITS ORB VATOBITK TEACHER Competition between counties only applies to tbe race forth iwth trip outside of casting the largest lots votes being granted tbe diathnctlmeofaendlogtwotcachtes coaEniaIalofJsrraagrd each teacher chosen being the the July e6- AqUIIII04Ib which he or abe want to mate Ihe trip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 91 Aweorof as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED too tOe 100 sOc 1O tOe tOo tOo loc10aVoters are twtreamlred to tin their wafts but the Asocltta i wast all school children rotisg to do so as rc4ltbemlntk KeatttkyMMIag Voters have the of sending ballot direct to tbe Secretary f the AMOclaUon or to the from which tHpptd- Additional bilious may be ibtaled by getting utncoplaoflhlppee ofRemlttlicess tal moaCJ order er U currewcy at t a MUoaga LoulivllleKy Subscribe for The Citizen a L THE CITIZEN +1 I I I I HI I fur I 11 II 1IH I 11 11 HHHMMMMH1111 f Interesting Bits of News i GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES f L LLLL LLLtLILLLILJLLIfLLLfL113 Prof and Mrs S C Mason are spending a few days in the mountains I Mrs SopbiuBlorgan who has been visiting her parents in Hamilton 0 returned here Sunday Little Ida Morgan who has been suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever is slowly improving Levi Tucker news agent on the Kentucky Central railway was the guest of John Welch Tuesday Miss Louise Yocum left Thursday for a visit at the home of Mies Lucy Vau Horn at Jerseyville Illinois Mr and Mrs S G Hanson are visiting their daughter Mrs Mannie Manson Jones at Cincinnati this weekG D Hollidsy returned Thursday from a very successful trip as travel ing salesman for a Philadelphia house Mrs J S McDowell and son G James of Cincinnati Ohio are here for brief visits Mrs McDowell for a few days her son for two weeks Mrs Mollie McClellan returned Tuesday to her home at Lincoln 111 4 altar a three weeks visit with her brother Thomas Watkins Mr and Mrs A P Settle of Rich mond were Berea visitors Tuesday Mrs Settle also visited at the home of Geo Settle near Wallaceton There will be a special sermon to the children next Sunday morning at eleven oclock at the Baptist church by the pastor Rev H M Shouse Miss Cora I Early a music teacher of Lexington who received her train ing at Boston was the guest of Dr and Mrs Howard Switzer the past weekMr and Mrs M B Ramesy are visiting Mr Ramesys brothers in Lexington and incidentally attending the sessions of the Lexington Chau tauqua Besides those mentioned last week Rev H M Shouse Mrs L V Dodge Miss Carrie Woods and Mrs H M Jones are attending the Kentucky Chautauqua at Lexington John Kimbrel and his wife both aged 82 years werocouverted Sunday at their home south of town under the preaching of Rev Phelps They expect to be baptized the first Sunday in AugustThe R N has established a telegraph office at Brushy Fork and put a man in charge A large force of miners are at work in the coal mines recently opened up there On Satunday night C M Canfield will give his unique graphophone entertainment at the Baptist church colored on the Walnut Meadow pike Good band orchestra and quartet music Admission lOc and IBc Prof L V Dodge writes that iu few ways can so much of rest know ledge and inspiration be gained as small coat as at the Kentucky Cbau tauqua The last two days Friday and Saturday of this week will bo full of good things f Miss Jennie Hanson entertained a small company at dinner last Friday evening at her home on Chestnut avenue Those present were Mr and Mrs C F Hanson and friend Miss Clyde Shepherd Mr and Mrs T H Horton Mr and Mrs L C Hinman and Mr and Mrs J M Racer In the saw mill at Panola of which C M Rawlings is manager Henry Calvan received a severe blow over the heart from the bursting of an em ery wheel last Friday morning which completely paralyzed him for afew minutes Dr P Cornelius was called and pronounced Mr Calvan out of dangerMiss Hallie F Embree who has been attending the Bible Institute at South Nyack N Y for the past six months arrived home Yesterday Shu will be tendered a reception by the local Y W C A on Friday night Edwin Embree now a sophomore at Yale University New Haven Conn came home Wednesday after a very successful year of study The Fourth of July passedoff Sat urday without accident The small boys and the big boys and even the girls and women had their fun and each celebrated the anniversary of our Independence in his or her own way The kite contest came off promptly at 9 oclock a m and for this event the boys had been making preparation 1 for some weeks The prizes were given by W C Gambia For the highest flyer Alvin Todd received the first prize of BOc Walter Diznoy sec ond and Lester Hill third Aden Ogg secured the prize for the prettiest kite Kid Richardson and Clyde Mahaffev were other contestants The fireworks on the Athletic Field at night were free for all and many persons contributed to the enjoyment of the crowd ELIZA DUNSON The oldest resident of Madison County passes away at the ane of 107 Eliza Dunson colored was born in 179G and died Thursday July 2 at the great age of 107 years In ISOH at nine years of age sho came to Kentucky from Virginia when this part of the State was scarcely more than a howling wilderness In early life who joined the white Baptist church at Red Lick but when the Good loo chapel was organized she became a member there She lived consistent Christian life until her death The funeral was preached Friday at the Baptist church on the Walnut Mead ow pike by its pastor Rev F A Broaddus and Rev Francis pastor of her own church She leaves one son and three daughters besides a large number of grandchildren and great grandchildren to mourn her loss MADISON COUNTY COAL While the existence of valuable clay banks around Waco is generally known the extent and quality of the coal deposits in Madison county are not widely known These deposits exist in paying quality and quantity only at Big Hill iu the extreme south eastern part of the county These coalmines are owned and mined by Mr S C Carrier A few years ago n mine was opened up on Boar Knob but was abandoned owing to the in ferior quality of the coal The coal- mines at Big Hill are three feet thick and seemingly of such an extent as to supply Madison with coal for several generations to come The coal is also of excellent quality Mr Carrier has now opened second mine higher up not because the first was exhausted but because the new mine is easier worked The now mine is already 120 feet long and eight miners are taking out from 200 to 800 bushels of good coal every day The arrange ments are being made to exhibit a large block of this coal at the St Louis Worlds Fair next year Mr Carrier has offered a prize to the miner getting out the largest block in the next two mouths tFF311ttSfl31I112IttI I College Items j HERE AND THERE HHHHJH The notices given for opening of the fall term of Berea College have been incorrect Fall Term opens September HI Mrs Margaret Owen superintend ent of the Hospital is spending two weeks with friends in Washington D CMiss Antoinette Bigelow and her friend Miss Bertha Scripture of Springfield Mass were visitors here last Thursday and FridayI Treasurer T J Osborne seems to be enjoying his vacation We have his word for it that he and three com panions fishing in Lakd Erie caught 100 pounds of fish in one day Wm Johnson a graduate of the Bakery Department of Tuskegee Industrial Institute at Tuskegee Ala came yesterday and will be employed at the College Dining Hall Mr F E Hamilton of Licking county 0 has been secured for the position of farm foreman and entered upon his duties last Thursday He took his agricultural course at Ohio State University at Columbus O The preliminary survey for a eye tem of water works which has just been completed shows that plenty of water can be bad from Pigg and Cow- Bell Hollows with the required pres sure as there is a fall ofabout 200 feet It is estimated that the supply would ba 100 gallons a minute Whetheror not the system will be put in is an other question i IHHHH + HHHttttttHHHltHtI Neighborhood Happenings No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer lhe name it Dot for publication but as an evidence of tood faith Write plainly fffff11ftffftfftftIfftttlMASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Pmt J S Hathaway was hero last week circulating among his friends Miss Eiho McGann loft Thursday for Cincinnati Charlie Y Harris substituted for James Mandy as organist Sunday at the Bethelchurch Miss Sadie Bell has gone for an ex tended visit to relatives iu Coviugton Miss Bessie Strawder will leave this week to visit Naomi Bnuion of Spring field OhioTlio membeiH of the Bethel Baptittt church will have their grandrally the fourth Sunday in this monthROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mr Robert Cook wile nnd baby visited in Bores Sunday Mr T 0 Viare und daughter visited friends in Berea Saturday and Sunday Wo are glad to announce that Squire J M Reynolds who has been sick ill able to be out ngainMrs Polly Almau and granddaughter Hay who lave been visiting friends on Scaffold Cane have returned to their home in Richmond We hail a glorious ruin here Sunday and crops look line Quite number from this vicinity were in Berea to spend tho Fourth MADISON COUNTY RIO HILL Mrs Etta Settlo returned homo Thursday after several days visit with friends and relatives at Ford Willie lays who less been very ill is im- provingslowlyMiss Gertrude Settle left Tuesday June 150th loran extend ed visit with friends at London Mrs Amanda Baker who has been an in valid for several years was removed to tho homo of Mrs Barker near Beroa Our Sundayschool this placo is prospering uicolyA good shower full here Sunday evening which gladdened the hearts of the farmer Miss Nnnnio Bales will begin her school hoi o Monday July 13 Mr M1 Carrier returned homo Saturday after upending two weeks in Estill county3lr J A Mules is visiting relatives hereMr A P Settle will move to Berea tho 10th of this mouth His friends very much regret to see him leaveMrs Philip Rogers did Friday after alingering illnessMrs C Carrier and her two little daughters are visiting in Laurel county WALLACETON Miss Pearl Venroblo visited friends in Berea Saturday and Sunday week Mrs Carrie Wallace is slowly im proving Mrs Ike Quinn who went to Stanford some weeks ago and was operatedon is some better and came home last weokMrs Will Stowe recently burned her hand badly with hot grease There will be a Sunday school convention at the Methodist church or Wallaces chapel ou Satur day thellth of JulyG B Gabbard and wife were iu Lerea Satunlay on business News comes to us that Miss Katie Wylie one of our neighbor girls who went to Illinois somo months ago has changed her lifo of single blessedness to a happier one and is now Mrs Andrew ElderMr Chas Rogers of Indianapolis Indiana is visiting his brother George and family Mrs Dan Botkin who has been visiting friends and relatives at East Bernstadt returned Thursday Mr and Mrs Eb Brockman visited Mr and Mrs James Baker of Berea OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARO Wednesday and Thurday were two of the hottest days of tho year Tho thermometer registered 08 degrees Meredith Gabbard will teach the school at this placo Uncle Henry Gabbard is still very lowMrs Rach el Duff is very low with typhoid fever Stephen Gabbard will teach at Grassy Branch this yearA C Gabbard of Booneville visited rela tives at this place last weekW T Isaacs and wife of Egypt Jackson county visited relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday The teachers Institute of Owsley county will begin at Booneville ou the 13th with Prof J W Dinsmoro as instruc tor VINCENT Rev Miller will preach at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs John Tread way are all smiles over the arrival of a girl baby Andy Cecil who has been sick for some time is recovering ArK MARRIED Daniel Turner and Sallio Under They have our bent wishes Prayer mooting is prospering nicely at Travellers RoetJ 0 Bother has gone to Beattyvillo ou business Louis Rador will leave for California soon to engage In business Mla Della Troadway has returned homo from a two weeks visit iu Perry Co Sho reports BU enjoyable tripW- P Treadway is very sick at present J C Bottler and sou expect toopon a now store at Hoidleburg about August iMisH Rebecca Mainous and Eva Treadway visited Miss Min nie Cecil Saturday antI Sunday Alexander Mclutiro will not got through hauling logs on Spruce Fork until September IJames lasses our drummer is kept busy at present Rev Wess Dunagiu narrowly es caped being drowned while crossing Sturgeon His horse washed down with him and ho had to swim for life 1I0ollCRpodwith the lossof Ida ssddlti hags and hat JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER BOTTOM Mr and Mrs T Purirs child died Sunday morning July fbliss Ida Hays who has boon quite ill for a few days is convalescent Wo had good showers Sunday evening and gardens look loetterMr Robert Kugle or Gray Hawk is going to locale at Berea to educate his chil then Ou tho evening of July An drew Lakes an old man iu poor health was shot while out walking near his home Squire W J Hayes was called to take his depositions as it was thought ho could not live long lle rallied however anti hiscomlilion is now Komowhnt unproved David Isaacs who is accused of doing thin shooting will havo an examing trial today CON KLINO Mr WVM Mars deputy sheriff of Owsloy county has IMOII promoted to the oWen of deputy U S marshal Mr Mnya is ono of Owsloyn IMt mOD anti probably no man in Eastern Ken tucky jxMisosses hotter qualifications for this otlico Ho is sober and dis creet anti will do his duty as au btlicor Manuel Harvev is on tho sick list with favor We hope ho will bo up soonW M Lewis seems to have tho lead in this part as candidate for nomination for Commonwealths attorney It is the opinion of many that John L Isaacs will secure the nomination for Circuit Judge in the event that Brown and Faulkner run in opposition Tho recent hard rains damaged the crops somewhat but in general they are looking wollW- M Mays and family and W J Blake and family visited friend and relatives on Buck Crook Saturday and Sunday It is not yet known who was tho murderer of Delaug Peters who was shot and killed on June 26 while going in at the gate of G B Wilson with an arm loadof stove wool TheCITIZEN hiss token the lead in these parts as ono of the best newspapers in Eastern Kentucky A SUCCESS Biggs I understand that you lost your money on tho chickenraising experiment of yours Boggs Yes I did but I exprct to get it all back again Im writing a book on how to raise chickens Judge LiNDSLEYCORNELL Charles B Lindsley for the past year employed here as Instructor in drawing arrived last Saturday ac companied by his bride and has since been kept busy receiving the congrat ulations of his friends and a somewhat rousing reception in the form of a belling The Evening Lender of Corning N Y says of the wedding in part The marriage of Miss Anna S Cornell to Charles B Lindsley took place at the home of the bride on Thursday afternoon July 2 at 4 oclock Rev N E Fuller pastor of the Congregational church Corning N Y performed tho ceremony The bride is a charming young lady the daughter of Mr and Mrs Johnson Cornell ofCooper Plains The groom is an energetic and respected young man son of Mr and Mrs Halsey Lindsley Decatur Street The happy pair have the best wishes of many friends hers Kool DypNi Cu- reta w t ysw sate t beentThis space has c purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen ITaeI Lf always om duty A r o4 tat right sIt may Interest you to tram that yore U being served at brraltfatt Several time ItegImentlUftir W Daown eJtTJ WtO u 4 Jim Dumps oa Independence Day Said Force freed vs from Bor landIaNow independence lets declare From indigestions tyrant soar Good friends shake off this despot grim WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did theIyou spend your childhood in country Tho engineer with his hand on this throttle of the Empire ExprulIThe admiral on the quarterdeck a war ship King Edward on the throne may glow with pride and pleasure but their feelings are tanwi in comparison with tho unmuttorabln delight that thrills the small boy who is permitted unassisted to climb the wheel nnd porch on the seat of a STUDEBAKER 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