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BoJ lL L fOt HIHHWlHIHHKIHHH V A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGSUT 201901 Ono dollar a year NO n II IDEAS Impnticnco flakes nihall criln grant onwiSIICCORH alien costn mow hull it iN worthMen can impart their knowledge hat not thoir experience Many n long jwriod of Mliticnl contention IMVOHIIIH an inviuililu point in history FROM THE WIDE WORLD American enKineera lira on riolorn in China Thfl Macedonian uprising in rapidly growing worno- DiamonilH rubies anti sapphires have Mien diitcoverpd in Liberia Af Turkey canal ott fJOOO more troops on account of tho iuNtIrrx lion The Panama canal treaty hat won rejected by thu Columbian Seimto The German Government will oak the Iteichfltng for an increase in the army of 19000 men Lord SaliHbnry oxPrimo Mill- IlIter of England who Is very Hick till remaiiiM the name The first trade rongreM of too British Kmpiro over hold out of Great Britam in in Mi whoa at Montreal Can Minister Cougar at IVkin has He cured a written promiHo from Prince Chliii to sign a treaty with tho United Stated including a guarantee that Mukden anti TatungUto shall le ojon torte oo anti after October 8 Sofia Bulgaria Aug 18 In a six hours battle near Monatr Mace donia between iiwurgentn and Turk iah troop 210 turks were killed 01 wounded The inHurgeut low is not knownIN OUR OWN COUNTRY The KBHRHH river in still rising rapidlyTwentyone warnhipn wore drawn up in four parallel column a mile long at Oyster Hay L I for irs Hooaevelta review thiN week Irwwlwit Roosevelt has decided to rail an extra mvmon of GlIIKnllll for Several hundred memlwm of the G A Rare in attendance at the I7lh national nucampment now in BHNion at San Kranciwco Cal Secretary of War Elihu IL Hoot ban placed his resignation in the hand of the President to take place when over the latter sots lit but not later than January Between 6000 and 7000 textile trikera principally in the rug branch after a strike of 11 weeks remaned work thin week in Philadelphia Pa The manufacturers made no concwi done COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A big warehouse containing 20000 pounds of tobacco was diMtroyed by fire at Ietereburg Ky Capt B J Ewen has procured n residence in Lexington haviugdecided to make that place his future homo MiddleNboru soon to hnvu lw new banks making throe hanks for Middloiboro The Military force at Jackson Breathitt oountyis now reduced from 200 men to GT Plans for using the power of tho Ohio allat Louisville are partially made which will probably cost about 110000000Robert A star witiiMH in tho Powers case who has long boon miss lug appeared In Georgetown and wont on tho witness stand The Board of Publio Works of Louisville are using crude petroleum as an experiment to lay tho dust on the streets Deputy Collector Short and Deput- Marshal Mtillina made a moonshine raid in Eatill county and captured a still on Buck Greek arresting two alleged moonshiners Camp Nelson Academy has boon transferred to the control of the Freedmens Board of the Presbyterian church and will be conducted as a farm industrial school for colored youth being made the base for all the industrial religious and educational work for the Synod of Kentucky There is a strong probability that the big industrial school at Dant villa will be united with this school Caleb Powers on the stand at Georgetown in his own behalf made inconsistent statements on cross examination fJK o r IiiII1tiIIihliIIIiI3IiIII1THE CITIZEN HOOPING THE HOOP IN AN AUTOMOBILE THE LATEST LONDON SENSATION Thl thrilling tent In perform by III Minn Alix mid is the tip to dote do vHo iiitiit of Ile famous loop the loop liltn Mln Allx rldcM down a steep truck In mi auto enters the hoop tlironyli one Hlilo nod tin aperture Imiiicdl nttly closes She then arotmd till Kixat ilrclo tlmc times the leap opens nt n point opixmlte the place of cnlrniice end he xhootH out upon another truck nod In 111111441 liy a net The cut show both ntnuirc amid t xlt us they nppear when OM II They are rlowit of Cull rse while she Is milking her three nuiuutlouul circuit of the hoop n HEARS ABOUT THE Dr Frost of Berea College and Supt Brock Talk of tho Moun taineer and His Life EDUCATION NOW HIS MOST CRYING NEED President Frost has just had the oppoituuity to say a word in behalf of the mountain people in n way which will tlo tho greatest possible good Ho was inrilinl to speak nt tho great assembly nt Chnutnuqiin X V Semi thounand people mire daily gathered there for several weeks each BUtnnior Last week tho tunic subject win Violation of Law in Feuds Lynchings suet Mobs Pres IroHt spoke on funds amid showed that while tends amid moonHhining are ftluiOHt tho only timings reported in tho papers from tho motiutaiiiH time feud is really uphold by very few pcoplo soul id lying out Newspaper reports are imperfect but vo quote tho following from tho Buffalo Courier orgiually conll ntion of Essentials of tho Christian Life this weeks programme nt Chautauqua has been so changed by tho innovation of n mob conference that it should really bo known as mob week If tho addresses continue with the drawing power of this mornings programme tho conference will bo tho unqualified success of tho seasons campaign Largo numbers of people have already arrived hero attracted by tho vital import of this discussion of tho mob spirit and tho amphithea ter was well filled at 11 oclock when Dr George Vincent introduced Dr William G Frost president of Boren College in tho Kentucky Mountains IFrost gave a era mountain r gionlItho back yards of eight states shut in front inter course with time rest of tho world nod forming a unique portion of the United States which he calls Ap palachian America This vivid treatment of the influences which go to mako those lardy mountaineers what they are was an oyeopeiier to many and his statement that the people among whom ho is laboring are neither BO bad nor so ignorant as supposed was amply verified by his summing up of tho improvement to be found during the past decade He closed with the remarks I am not quite rt0 years old If I live to bo 70 I shall see tho people of Appn ro u X 7we lachian America not only it joy to tho Union but its sincerest pride Tho whole address nimixl not no much to dwell upon time mountain feud although tho feud was well described as to explain tho character and sur roundings of time men who hnvu sus tained this tale the reasons for the existence of the feud in tho past tumid time present promise of its speedy passing away in tho face of education and enlightenment Mr Krots speech splendidly paved thu way for till dramatic effect of tho morning the appearance ofmfr II M Brock itiptriotuiiiiuut of public instruction in Leslie county Ken lucky who lives fifty fivo miles from a railroad and is tho best shot in his county Mr Brock related at time request of Mr Frost his own IX jHirience telling of his life ns n typical one HIS ANCESTRY My greatgrandfather said Mr BrOlkhnllil soldier in tho Jievolu tionary Army my grandfather full at Vicksburg and my father sorrel throughout tho war for tho Union When was horn wu worn settled in tho mountains with no ndvnntnges no chntico to see nnything of the outside world When I was six yours old heard the word school for thu first time I didnt know what it mount tumid my mother didnt know what it meant nut wo wondered about it When was 12 years old I heard that one of those unknown timings was to be established near us so I got a hat my father hind made trout tho ryo ho raised till putting it on went to investigate I found n teacher and a few children but it didnt moan anything to mo and as 1 was never encouraged go again I went on until I was HI without knowing even how to wad or write Thou I got n chance to go to Louisville anti passed through other cities saw that there was something to bo done in tho world anti I said I nm going to school I did go to school from tho time I was 20 till I wns 21 amid often heard tho cocks crow in tho morning before 1 loft my books Mr Brock then told how they put him up for superintendent of eduoi tion before ho had finished school nUll closed with time statement I am now superintendent of fifty two schools in my couutyI am 25 years old The simplicity of time recital nnd tho spectacle of this man coming to such n place with such a tale of actual experience in thuds twen tioth century mndo an immense im pression Tho groat audience was much moved and when tho speaker turned from tho platform shouts of Go on Go oaf carne from all overtime hall Mr Brock then touched on tho love of time mountaineers for thoir country their loyalty to tho union during tho Civil War thoir pnthotic efforts to put down intemperance mid lawless ness and thoir need of educational help front tho North rw DONT YMUCH 1 IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIH + II Subscribe TodayII tJ IX f ii IIVOl poueihluteuacl CHAUTAUQUA HARDY- FEUDIST 10Althougho Dry taetNN ttN NN N OUR 71 I S U I Come see and bo convinced that your money will buy more and Stow than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock ofISpring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc Wo are adding daily new things in iLawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etciiLallie are especially invited to call and see them our beautiful line of Carpets MnttlngH and tugs Tho assortment and best ISEE in the cityIour line of TrunkH Telescopes and Valises r our Met Women uriil Children Shoes at all price and the best you can buy tho money roriSEE out Mon and Boys Wool Fur and Straw Unix in all the latest shapes at prices to suit boyii Best Clothing at the Lowest Price I DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar I anteed Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you money L LACKEY HAMILTON 1ICORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY 4 TO THE CASH TRADE I It1p 1 GREAT REMOVAL SALE t 1 t 1began Saturday 1st and will continue with t + interest throughout the entire month 1 l The selling is- sensationalt PRICES TALK The buying chances tare unparalleled I 1 The great and increasing business done by this Store 11 i during the past few years bears fruit in this remarkable Re III moval Sale Prices are reduced as never before Broken lotsnhave been bunched and the already heavily cut prices have I lh still another great reduction for this months heavy selling andhI 11 to buy at prices never before quoted on stylish seasonable merchandise of1IlitoM and This splendid stock of t Goods Shoes Dress Goods Carpets Cloths Trunks etc all be 4 I l j Regardless of cost value 4 I1 tas we to move into our new with an entirely new stock So we are deter u mined to close out this stock at once This splendid stock consists of seasons 1I styles and the values are so great that It will one to buy for future useIl t Remember the old adage about the early etc 1 U A 5SOOO STOCKour Clothing Depatment to be sacrificed A proposition A mon r 1tey saving proposition every man woman and child should investigate III 11 4 E V ELDER Illtill I to Ii RICHMOND KENTUCKYjU I If Its From Joplins Its Good A full Goo of FURNITURE always on hand Wo invite our Boron friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CAIIPETS MATT INUS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Night Phone 47 66Joe S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I Circulation 33Iii i 1 1 dry Clothing fy Millinery Oil will sold want store lr the best pay j bird cool that Phone East End Barber Shop North of 1rintlng Offlce Shave lOCi Hair Cut 15c Shampoo IGc Razors sharpened 15c to 2iJc R B DOE Proprietor I WEDDING RINGS I Just eleii F 1beencity call mail Irion Girardet Co tiV ihftit IwWIle I I TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CITIZEN U WEEKS FOR 25 CENTS e h z THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher UEItBA KENTUCKY 4t Affair I tBy+ tit tt tf114iff f- It pIgby IKObr IXOIjrfitorj rube I J was a dell day in the grout ile Imrtmlllt tore where bright fvrd Kiille lliimilton worked and Kill had plenty of time to study the few lingers who IoItolldlt till1 counters She vns uiniislnp herself with the movements of an overdressed girl- acrosS the nixie from her and won tiering how long It would tuke the shopper tit chiHise the right shade of ribbon nn operation of prove Import evidently when she was recalled to her tulles by a mild though mascu title voice Do you sell crepe nt this counter Katie turned instantly Her ques tioner Will that most awkward nt nil objects a man rn a shopping expedi tion and that tills particular mUll was doubly embarrassed doubly to l e pitted Katies good heart at once descried lie was a tall gaunt young fellow with face and hands well tanned and his brown eyes looked down at Katie with n puzzling ex pris inii of mlnpled strength anti timidity He was dressed In a new suit of Mark which wrinkled uneas CHIi TOO THE HAT FROM THE STKAXQKIfS UNRESISTING HANDS fly upon Mill and he held a hat which was not new but still respeetnble oi Mack soft felt in his hand Shall I show you some crepe bskcd Katie setting a square green lox upon the counter between them I want just n little the customer iP sold hcsitatioly n Ienullgh to gn round this hat Katie showed him several pieces of hit time man lHclllcc1ll rdl tri 1111110leltdthe prices At last he said appealingly Which would you take If you was me Katie at once settled that point t nod with sigh of relief the man paid for time scrap she had selected for him lilt when the neat unreel teas handed to him he at once undid i It and laying his lint on the counter began laboriously to tie the crepe about its crown Muy I help you said Katie and he took the hat from the jltre lsting hnnd She IItranglrI three lilnck pins in her bodies and in time twinkling of an eye this band wan fastened in such per fret und miraculous fashion was never placed lint band before while the young farmer looked on spell bound That he was n farmer Katie Knew fur stir had been brought up or a farm herself and she knew the nlllltl look as well as any one liv InlShe liked it tau tier happyI days had nil len before site city pavement j tint obllgd to you it is a great favorsald the young man his fine lowing with Approval and then lie hfeaine grave again mid his IJllIj were 11 earnest ns he leaned toward tile young girl ulmoltIand tidy fret as If shed cart understand said poor little Katie who had neither mother nor father und who lived with a hard listed grudging aunt earning lrbread in the swarming city uncount ed among Its thousands A HERO Ua to eamiy to be cheerful when the bloom bend down with dew And Its easy to tie coteful when the sun Is shining through All this summer tlnttq foliage and Slim cojweb Mrands Wet with dewy uparkinK jewels ware though fair unwrn hands Vtre hll lIt on sending rltaiaj Jlimystg nuls down the line Oh Its easy lo be Lapp when the world Ii all aBhlne- VTticn UI simply Juit cant bcl U1t easy- to be gad Hut when clouds hue shut the sun out und lifes going to the badIf Then It liut iUlt to easy when the blrdi forget 10 ling And the rIhlleo whleprini braucbti of tlif tree forget to IIiIAnd glum Sorrow stalks gale gIbe at you and Jeer But the uaans hero truly who keeps nail fay through Ma liars Aye the mans a hero truly rucltC and pinched with painiUd whue Imps are ali nquiver with deep anKUlili trite again To fciiiooii out their droop wlili iauchter and to are the brighter alts Ot thf dark clouds rrtchd move II11j ni il woo trlu und tried ti hide 4 Tillle the Meached blonde nht stood next ll Katie begun to tittei and nudge her other neighbor ant the farmer lad suddenly straight vned upnlltl lunged awaywhip Katie never lifting her dark eyelashes demurely folded and urratigei the pieces of crepe In their boxes Silas Stern walked rapidly west ward against the rising wind In tin Hying snow to his team and rmptj hayrack wagon in the stahleyart tear the market place and begun lib drive user the rough roads to him farm 1C miles away And as ht walked in the lighted town or drovt user the pitch bhick country roads ht ever saw a pair of serene honest grey ryes with a look of sympathy In them and n pair of small work worn hands arranging the crept baud around his hot crown How modest sloe looked In her black woo dress mind with her brown hair braided and tied so carefully How young the was yet how thoughtful and kind More thin ever when he drove up to the silent dark old farm house hp missed time niothel who hand just dud and left him alone for he could not remember his father dead long ago and hull ntlt tact brother nor sister Silas stabled his horse and went In to time supper that land bees made ready for him by Ills hired man German wife lie choked over the black sour lir nd the bitter coffee and halfeool ed Ilan but In his hun gry loneliness he saw visions nod dreamed dreams even such as young men have seen and dreamed time taut of mind And so no one need be surprised nor fcnndallcd to hear limit as the winter wore on a tall athletic form was often win waiting at 6 oclock in the afternoon near the door o the great store where Katie worked and that cutely watching the lrl Ish figure as it moved along the street thin nun sometimes followed Itnt a respectful distance until It disappeared in a crowded street car hound for the tenement district Katie saw Silas and he knew that she saw him at such times thejf did not occur too often and something sweet and warns began to stir in both young heart and yet no word was spoken from the dayof the famous hatband One April evening Sllas made I call upon the pastor in the village near hk farm He nuked the minister for III certificate of good character much to the worthy clergyman surprise for Silas being an independent farmer could need no recommendation for work Make It an strong you can con scientiously Silos begged and please say I have no bad habits foi you know I havent Its for IIanladyiThe great fellow stammered and the Itcv Jonah Harlow saw a great light Time certificate was made strong for Silas was to use the ministers own language of the salt of the earth And the young man did nut go away front the good man door without a word of counsel and admonitionArmed the parsons letter and further sustained by one he had writ ten himself Silas walked boldly into the great store one spring afternoon at half past L oclock He stood again before little Katie Hamiltons station at the counter The other girls were busy putting their wares away for the day and Katie stood unoccupied as Silas leaned down to speak to her Here ure two letters both direct butIwhen you are alone and dont be hard on me Ive thought of you ever since I saw you Be gave her one look and noted the beautiful pink color in her leeks theu he hurried out of the building Silas neglected his spring work a little and laming around the village lostofllce the next two lays for he tail asked the girl It concerned to write to him On the morning of the bird dayof suspense her letter came and surely no small white jacket ever before gave a big brown non such comfort It did not take ong now to bring the wooing of Silas to an end One day with their marriage II ensu in his pocket Silas brought Katie from the loveless city to the rillnge parsonage and there the min- Ister made the twain one And on the old farm was again a home In the big house surrounded by its acres of apple trees There is the best of authority that of Silas and Katie themselves for leclaring that the two were happy mer after All the Brief fhat rnckphfe boiiom and from Fates grim gibes and jeep urns him bravely to the future anf Jcttp smiling through his tears J M Lewts In Houston Post A edldnK Innovation English wedding customs and Cash one are considered very smart on his side of the water but not many of them have been carried into practice At the repent wedding of Lady Juliet Lowther the daughter of Lady dc Gray to Mr Plum the brides pother gorgeously gowned reached the church nearly an hour before the line set for the nuptials She stood In the front part of the nave and rooted and received her friends as hey came In- Jaat a Private ImynicnU Perhaps says the Cincinnati Enqulr er the money which Turkey owes the UnIted States is deftly concealed some where in the saddle which the sultan Ifnt to President Roosevelt In the Philippines therearepubllhed 2 t pipers In SpunlJfh or in native tan uagea and ten in English a PLANT WHEEL MARKER Simple AfTnlr Kimlly Mnilr at Home Uul Jut n I nrful as1huse- std la Morn 1aUe a discarded rarrlage wheel remove the tire and put In Is place a tire made of twoInch hand Iron Space the wheel around with a pair of dl viders making the steps seven Inches apart as near as possible to have them meet right at the starting point Drill i three elghthe Inclt hole at each step mark through tire and rim Having pegs turned cone shape ta CKlUUY PLANT MAIIKUH poring from a base of two Inches to n small end the size of a bolt head with holes through them for threeeight bolts The bolts must be long enougl to reach through the peg tire and felloe with a nut and washer on the In sideThe frame lea simple affair consist Ing of two pieces about two by two indict square long enough to reacts past tht pegs In front and to form handles In that rear These pieces are brought neat together In front and spread to three feet at the handles This is to make room to walk between the handles and tc spread the feet sufficiently to hold that wheel upright when not in use Solid crosspieces are bolted on to make the frame rigid The axle and skein belong- Ing to the wheel should be used If convenient and It should be tilted will leather washers to take up lost motion It may be bolted to one side piece and attached to the other by a thin bracket washer bolted to the frame piece rnc screwed up firmly with the wheel salt nut against the offset of the axle It may be necessary to cut away a portion of the ferrule and hub but It It the easiest way to make barrow rigid If a very light wheel Is used a tom suspended on either side as shown Ic the cut In which a little earth or a few tones may be placed will add the neces sary weightI J HolliKter In Kara and Home PROCESS BUTTER EVIL Ton of eh Nasty Muff Are told I the CII r Market fur Choice Creamery Product Director Jacques of the city laboratory says the Chicago Drovers Journal states that probably half of the butter sold on that market Is pro procetiaIstutrbutter and sold In large quantities Prosecutions are to be started under the pure food laws While In a Mich igan country grocery recently Dr Jacques saw a largequantity of spoiled butter plied In a back room and was Informed that It was sold In Chicago to be made Into axle grease This ritesmelling putrid stuff Is taken to some outoftheway place melted treated with acids and worked over Into process butter IL Is colored and nicely wrapped Into pound bricks and sold as creamery butter It Is sold on IU looks and consumed by people whose taste Is dulled by the bad air dust and filth of the city Men get this butter for a few cents and by working It over they often make 500 per cent profit Dr Jacques gives the following method of distinguishing good butter from the process article Good butter has a grain and fractures by medium temperature Process butter is pasty like salve Good butter should not stick to the knife when cut while process butter sticks to the knife blade like warm vaseline That butter la In bricks In no assurance oJ its being creamery butter Examine It before buying It Is easy to distinguish SUMMER DAIRY NOTES Green corn and grass cut from fence corners should be fed during the day- with the grain ration Give the calves now and then a fresh sod They crave It Why no me knows but It should be supplied them Give time calves some fresh water to drink They get thirsty during the hot lays You will be surprised how much they will drink Give the calves all the clover hay they will eat It is Important to stimulate the growth of roomy digestive organs In the dairy calf A calf with a roomy large body Ii not necessarily potbellied There Is a big difference Only badly nour shed calves are potbellied Remember that your future success In your dairy business depends upon the young herd you are raising to it- will pay you to do it in an IntellJ rent manner The dairyman should remember that alas are never so cheaply made as with the young animal and for this eason they should be carried along ILl ast as possible With generous feeding and care to protect the cows from the torment of- the files tie careful dairyman can ashy keep hit herd up to profitable production during the trying heated NUGLFarm Journal POPULAR ENTHUSIASM Without It tJcnrml Hand Improve weal Cnnnot lie Setnrcd hay- o1 J II BrlKhMM Col J Brigham assistant secre- tor of agriculture at Washington Ii not only a giant In size but he Is a big man In practical common sense In a recent speech at a good roads convention be said some things that everybody ought to read Among other good things he said I see no reason why the general government should not appropriate a certain sum of money to bo expended in this great work Of course the states counties and local communities should be expected to cooperate A little aid front time general government would bo a wonderful encouragement to nil the people I heur a number of speakers here saying that we must stir tip congress Now want to Impress you with the idea that we must first educate the- people When the people are In favor of national aid In building good roads congressmen will bo In favor of It and not until then They are not going ahead ot the people When one of these great popular movements gets started It acquires wonderful momentum heard n story of two farmers who stood bo side a railroad for time first time On the track stood an engine with n long train of heavy cars Said one farmer to the other Mini shell never be able to start It It Isnt possible Finally the steam was turned on and with much putting creaking and groaning the great train began to move very slowly then taster and faster until finally with a whirl of dust and a roar like thunder It swung out of sight around a distant curve Then the farmer drawing a long breath remarked Jim by the Eter nal theyll never be able to stop It So will It be with the good roads movement Once let It got thoroughly started and nothing will be thin to stop It or stand before it till Iu great work Is done- I see no reason why the general government should not reach out Ita strong arm and help the people of this country get better means of com munication want to see this movement pushed with all the energy that Is characteristic of the American pea pie When we undertake to do anything In this country wr do It and do It well We have started out for bet ter roads and we are going forward on this line till we have as good roads as can be found anywhere In the worldIn these remarks Col Brigham has sounded the keynote of the good roads campaign The mnarses of the people must be aroused and educated Or ganization Is tho principal means to be employed Conventions should beheld and associations should be or ganized In all sections of the country It is not enough to get out a crowd of professional road reformers to make speeches and pUll resolutions The object In view to interest prac tical and progressive men In all walks of life to arouse the Indifferent to convince the objectors and to get up a wave of popular enthusiasm for bet ter roads Until this Is done no Im portant results will be accomplished u HANDY BIN FOR GRAIN Made from a rUno Boa with IartU Hun In Ibe Middle fur Two Kind of Feed The trouble with most grain boxes ii to get out the last third of the grain Bending over the edge Jackknife fashion Is neither pleasant nor healthful This bin has half its front on binges to that HANDY GRAIN BIN it can be let down and all the contents scooped out without difficulty The front Is four or flue feet high and the bin can be made from a piano box with a partition In the middle for two kinds of JralnC 1L Fisher In Farm and Home Our Menlo In Oermnny American meat exporters are Bard by the new German law which for port products require three inspections with expensive microscopic examination This practically kills the trade and I also a hardship on tho German working classes which have been accustomed to using American shoulder pieces and hams says American Cultivator Ger man legislators In their zeal to pro tect home interests seem to have over done the matter and the discontent of the meateating public it likely to force earns relaxation of the new regulations It Is thought that the beef trade with Germany although greatly hampered will be able to continue Separator Pays for Tfnelf The farm separator Is a good invest ment for any farmer keeping six or more cows It enables him to get all of the butter out of the milk which he can do In no other way This alone ought to lIe Inducement enough for surely it dont pay to feed for large butter yield and then lose a portion oft In the skim milk Ten cows will buy a farm separator every year In the extra amount of butter fat recovered But this Is not all labor saved skim milk Is fed sweet and warm milk Is not setting around In cans subject to contaminations use of ice Is lessened quality of product It enhanced Mid land Farmer Always keep the calves la a sappy growing condition A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for many aches and poitis But whatever thu cause of de ray it should be arrested and the Teeth put In good condition Wo clean fill or extract tostli with out pain to the patient Our fine sets of tooth at fit made on zyionito or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cent The beet amalgam tilling 75 cents Special ac commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson yOpor tqr PRti5 5orIahtmaalaatiatITw tvb sad rportoa paltUIIIJ aWl FT A Nnlt7- op1S Patnt earl wulllnglII 00 When you want a physio that it mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always use Chamber lairs Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by E Welch Jr Btattrour nli slid wn for Otalor TELEPHOJES CompUl 250paltyaeb rlr or Ihnnt tr 141iHUkrrl with Wit log 1I1am to Ibat unrun can maa IL ntaryonnrtl no without rTtouq- tsowteg ot KlrcUICkl titPull Thli a compUu ttuint In liMir sad Iuclu4rt Ibfoilnwlq Yu innn per pair IOIQ xulrrt An Wlr mi 4TIII eal lirr ll jut tpit04 TIx 11 HKUMAX C TAn L rtes KVILUVTIIIKO Etlcralcaw 2M JicrrHr riionKMO IxitiiviLLK Kr riiyrlnB nail l rurl Ford A Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Kywrite We were requested by Dr 0 B Snigloy to send for Herbine for the benefit of our customera We ordered three dozen in December and wi are glad to say Herbine has giver such great satisfaction that we have duplicated this order three times and today wo gave your salesman another order Wa beg to say Dr 0 B Snigley takes pleasure in recommend ing Herbine Mte bottle sold by Enst End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woven goodc such as bed coverlids linen drew linsey jeans blankets etc at follow log prices Corerlids f4 to W Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey ro cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dye 13 a pair White buy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Beraa College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per ion or by setHettie W Graham Berea Ky 00Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks di cholera rnorbus by taking Chamber- slains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming OUt Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets are just what IB needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colio may be pro vented in the eime way For sale by S E Welch Jr MONUMENTS N r Nata Staler Granite a Marble Work of all kind done iu a AorktnanlikH miuiiier at reit onabU prictn and with diffpntrh All work guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Sme1N WIu4Cnlhmeueetaluret W S daily P 0 True Tex writes My wife bad been MilTerin live years with paraljsiii in tier nrni ttlardsher allright have also used It fci old arcs frost bites and skin enip IJtntDrug C- oDR M E JONES c Dentist Office Over Iriiitini olfice Office Day Weilnmrtay 10 rn1 ol the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Pitleil up Meals RanludfLodging Itt populist pric Second stt opposite Court House Ricbrnontt KT R 0 ENGLE Prop Taunt Illl Pratnr The pills that are potent In their action and pVufant in treat urn UH lilts Little Early Hiwra W S Phllpot or Albany Ga nay During n bilious attack I took one Small hIiit was it did mo more good that calomel blu insss or any other pills I over took anti nt the pomti limit it effected mu pleasnutly Little EarliKisers are certainly an idoal pill Sold bjr East End Drug Co Without Harness The beet bores Iu tb world in of lit I In use With well mede perfect fitting harness on he UMome both useful and ornamental If itjle is desired our SIO BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It in litchItuabdsonid sodvry durable If strength is the main consider ion ourI20 will meet all requirement Couldit be stronger if it was all Iron T J Moberly Richmond KydJ lat All Von Want Poisons troubled with indigestion ar Dyspepsia cat oat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestionIand assimilation of all of the whole some food that may be oaten and en ables the digestive organs to trans form the same into the kind of blood that gives heitlth and strength Sold by East End Drug Co OGG CO GROCERIES andjPralti cod Sol eject for OPPOSIIK lURemrs MILL THE CITIZEN rowswrwirwi iawowsiwtww w The Home jENNIE LESTER HILL Editor IH +IHHIJIH H44 SPORTSMAN The game of sportsman requires at lout four player There may bo an n many mote an desired One of the players assumes tho role of tho sports man and ai such takes tbo part of the leader In the game All of the other player represent various parts of the sporUmans dress or accoutre ments One is the bat another the hoots a third the coat others the gun onIChairs are provided for all tbo players except the sportsman Those chairs are arranged in two Iowa placed hack to back When the chairs have been thus disposed all tho players seat themselves Then the sportsman makes a circuit of tho chairs While the sportsman walks around tbo chairs be calls cut from time to tim IJthe name of some part of his costume or equipment and thereupon the who represents the article iInamed leaves his seat and attaches himself to the sportsman or falls boo bind tbe rear oneinbistrain by hang lug on to his coattails Every one as his turn to join the procession comes along lays hold of his predeceaaor in the sans fashion When the sportsman hu completely arrayed himself and all of those who were seated a joined in a chain behind him he nets off running around the cbllaA fat as be can all of his followers running too holding to one another After the sportsman has run around the chain for a few times ho cries Bang and forthwith sits down on one of tbe chain All the others at this signal scramble for seats but one must fnof getting n chair The unlucky one is made to pay a forfeit and the game then continues 1I III llw I I Il1MIlwtl The Farm SILAS CHKHVSR MASON Editor HHHMHHH Cover Crops in General Farming I hail the management of a farm near Dover for some yaads where I sowed Crimson clover in tho orchards all the corn all the tomatoes and in other crops wherever possible to do BO at some convenient MOU between the first of August and the middle e b of October In orchards tho cultiva tion was continued until rather late in the season and thou tho Crimson clover seed waa sown and harrowed in thoroughly but not too drop The orchards wero plowed again in tho Spring before the rains wero allover and while the soil was still fairly well filled with moisture In one case after a crop of Crimson clover and turnips had boon plowed in rather early in Spring cow peas were plant ed in drills about two foot apart Cultivation was kept up until the cow peas covered the ground Later the peas were cut for feed and then the ground was harrowed and sown to clover and turnips in time to make a good covering for the Winter The Crimson clover seed was sown in the corn just after the last working and t then covered with a fine cultivator or if the ground was mellow the seed waa sown just ahead of the cultivator at the last working One year a heavy wind and rain BO bent the cor over before the seed was sown that i 11could not Ie cultivated again without breaking a good doal of it After the rain the seed was sown and a fairly good stand was secured but it waa t not as even as when the seed was cultivated in The course pursued with the tomatoes was very similiar to that pursued with the corn the clover seed being put in at the last workin of the tomatoes To be continued Cholera lutontum This disease has lost its terrors ainoe Chamberlains Ooliu Cholera and a Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use The uniform success which at tends the use of this remedy in all oases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever ita value haa become known For sale by S E Welch Jr t Strength and vigor come of good I food duly digested Force a ready oBerve wheat and barley food adds to burden but sustains nourishes MgontM fl 1a =c p u w t tt AoiFl4 11ARIANABy IIWJITJI blackest moo the fiower ploteff thickly crusted one ami all rusted nails fell from tho knota held the peach to the gardenwall Ibroken hedll looked sad and strange all the clinking Weeded and worn the undent thatchZiUpon the lonely moated grange mike only mid My life U dreary He cotneth not she said She said I nm aweary awoary I would that I were dead teRrI fell with tho down ftt even And over when the moon Will low iller drllI1WI1terra fell ere the dews were And the ahrlll winds were up and could not look on the sweet In thu white curtain to and fro hevenHho saw the gusty alnico It Either nt morn or uvcritldo hut when the moon was very lowItAfter the tllttlnit of the bats And wild winds bound within their When thickest dark did trance the cell It skyThe shadow of the poplar tell It Bhe drew her cnficmentcurtaln her bet across her brow It And nthwart the glooming Bhn only nald The nightIe dreary roleliecometh not site mild She only said Tho night la dreary She said I nm awenry aweary He Cometh not she said I would that I wire dead She told am nweary aweary I would that were dead All day within the dreamy house It The doors upon their hinges creaked It The blue My sung the pane theItIt Upon the middle of the night mouao Waking iihe heard the nlght foal llehlnd the moldering crow shrieked wnlnaeoti The cock Rung out nn hour ere light Or from the crevice From the dnrk ton the ovens low Old faces glimmered through the It ItCii inn to her without hope of clmiiKP dross In deep she seemed to walk forlorn Old fiMitstepa trod the uppur floors Till cold winds woke tho grayeyed Old voice rnlli her from wlthoulIt mornHhe only wild My life About the lonely mooted grange He cometh not she IIIltl She only Mid The day li dreary She wild I Rill nwrnrY nwary II cometh not she said dead It She said I am nweary awr ryItAnd would that were dead The sparrows chirrup on The slow clock ticking and tilt It sound It About a itonecait from the wall Which to tho wooing wind aloof It A stoles with blackened waters slept The poplar mode dlnil confound It And oer It many round and small Her solute but most she loathed IhfIt The clustered marlahtnoaava crept hour Hard by n toplar rhak alway When the lhlrk motel sunbeam lay It sliver green with gnarled hark Athwart the cluunhrrs and the day It reFor leagues no olher Ira did dark Waa toward his western It The level wrests the rounding gray hownItBhe only said My life dreary Then said she I nm very dreary lie cometh not she mid He will not come she said She iwld I am aweary aweary Bhe wept I nm aweary aweary I would that I were deadl 0 Ood that I were dead ftf rftf h MM M1t tf tf tf rf f fh fh f 4 f 1 MOSLEMS KILLED It is Reported 800 Were Mur dered by the Insurgents in the Honastir District TURKS REPULSED IN A BATTLE Three Battalions Lost 210 Men In a Fierce Fight of Sli Hours With 1000 Insurgents Bulgarians Have Practically Mobil lied An Army of 70000 Commu nication Between Monastir and Balonlca Cut Off Constantinople Aug 19A dispatch received at one ot the embassies states tbat 800 Moslems bave been murdered In the Monastir district by Insurgents Word was also received Tuesday tbat two Bulgarian villages had been totally destroyed by Turkish troops Twentyfour battalions of Hedlfs havo been called out In Anatolya The troops now here however are unablo to make distinct headway as the orders given them from different sources are conflicting and they aro at a loss to know which to obey Sofia Bulgaria Aug 19A fierce battle Is reported to have occurred in the neighborhood of Monastir Three Turkish battalions attacked a thou sand Insurgents and after tho fight had raged for six hours tho Turks woro repulsed with the loss of 210 men kill ed or wounded Tho Insurgent loss la not given Home Aug 19 Private advices from tho Balkan peninsula received hero state that Bulgaria has practically mobilized an army as the troops under arms In the principality now amount to more than 70000 which Is double what Is considered as the peace effective Tho Bulgarian government however Is unwilling to Yen hosrtile movement against Turkey as It ofnRussia It hopes however that pub thetTurkey and the dispatch of a Russian squadron to Turkish waters encour ages the Bulgarians In this vlow Sofia Bulgaria Aug 19The Evening Post states that a band of Bashl Bazouks havo crossed the Bulgarian frontier In the district of Tcledero killed three frontier guards with Yat Theygraid has created great excitement In the district Tho news Is not confirmed officially The revolutionary organ Aiflono mye says tho Insurgents after two unsuccessful attempts have succeed ed In destroying with dynamite tho brldgo at Exschoaso thereby absolute ly stopping communication between Salonlca and Monastlr According to a report from Uskub Mlchaollovlskl the Bulgarian leader was killed In the fighting at Krushevo while Boris Sarafoff tho noted Insur gent chief has been surrounded at Prass balkan In tho southern part of Monastlr vllayot The night train service between Sa lonlca and the Servlan frontier has been suspended Fortythree battalions of Turkish re serves In Europe have been called out t 1 oo THE TURKS IN DESPAIR War With Bulgaria Is Believed to Be Imminent London Aug 19A Constantinople dispatch to the Dally Chronicle dated August 14 describes the Turkish offi cial as In despair at the rising In Macedonia The railways were busy all the night conveying troops and stores to the disaffected area War with Bulgaria was believed to be Imminent and the military men were Impatiently awaiting tho opening of hostilities to end the suspense which was taxing the patience and discipline of tho troops to the utmost TWO MASSACRES Town Burned and All IU Inhabitants Murdered Vienna Aug 19The Constantino plo correspondent of Die Zclt Tues day reports two massacres by Turkish troops lie says Turkish troops after capturing Krushevo burned down all tho buildings and massacred all tho Inhabitants Another force of troops enraged at the death of their comrades In de railed trains massacred the railway officials at Ferrlsowltch and Kuprlll and many of the peasants of the neigh boring villages After Steel and Iron Factories London Aug 19A Hague correspondent reports that negotiations have been opened by an American combine with a view to acquiring the great steel and Iron factories recently built at Terneuzen near the Belgian frontier In the Hand of the Military London Aug 19Tho Times correspondent at Belgrade telegraphs that tho result of the recent ministerial crisis has shown how completely King Peter Is In the hands ot the military camarilla which enthroned him The Result of a Mutiny Halifax N S Aug 19As the result of mutiny aboard the British bark Egerla at lIantsport Tuesday Capt Lang III 0 Is In a hospital at Halifax badly Injured and five of the crew are In jail at Windsor Twentytwo and a half minutes In a 20 mlle race which occupied a little more than three hours in the sea was the beating administered to Shamrock I by Sir Thomas Llptous new cup candidateThe line has been drawn on Board the United states receiving shIpI Columbia at the Brooklyn navy The chief petty officers have refused to mess with a Negro who has just been sworn In as chief carpenters mateJohn Schtlderer a farmer residing near Maryivllle 0 has two raro freaks of nature In the shape of chickens They are six months old Ono has never shown a sign of feathers while the other one has but one tall featherSurveying engineers who are sur veying a site for a terminal ot the Cuba Eastern railway trespassed on the United States naval reservation at Guantanamo President Palma sent a revenue cutter which forcibly ejected the trespassers Postmaster General Payne has deci ded to make the experiment of swear ing In as posto co department em ployes and employing baggage men on trains which are not provided with mall clerks to take charge of and deliver open aewsjiapcr mall cr THENAVALREVIEW Ceremony Was a Magnificent and Impressive Spectacle But Marred by a Mishap BARRY RAMMED THE DECATUR It Occurred While the President Was Receiving Congratulations Upon Success of the Maneuvers For the First TIme In the History of the Country a President of the United States Reviewed a Fleet of Warship Oyster Hay N Y Aug ISFor the first time In the history of tho country tho president of the United States Monday reviewed and Inspected in time of peace a great fleet of United States warships The ceremony was a magnificent and Impressive naval spectacle It was unmarred by the slightest mishap until just at its con elusion when tho torpedo boat de stroyer Barry rammed tho destroyer Decatur however doing little damage The review occurred on Long is land sound two miles and a half off the entrance to Oyster bay President Roosevelt In company with Secretary of the Navy Moody Adm Dewey Itr Adm Taylor Ur Adm Rodgers Capt Brownson Gen Chaffee and Gen Bar ry stood on the bridge of tbe auxll lary cruiser Mayflower as she steamed slowly down one column of the war ships and up the other The two col umns extended 2600 yards the ships being anchored at intervals of 600 yards As the Mayflower passed each ship In the two columns tho yards and rails of each wero manned by jackics In white duck tho marines were pa raded and presented arms the presi dents salute of 21 guns was fired the buglers sounded a flourish the drum mers gave four runes tho band play ed Hall Columbia and the entire crew stood at salute As the May flower swept majestically past each ship the crew of the saluting vessels gave the president three cheers as the commander In chief of tho army and navy of the United States At tho conclusion of the review President Roosevelt received on board the Mayflower tho commanding oft cers of the 22 vessels in the fleet Ho received also the naval attaches to the legations of four of the great pow crs Capt Dcchalr of the British em bassy Capt Edwin Schaefer of the German embassy Commander W C Doutakoff of tho Russian embassy and Lieut Commander Isem Takeshl ka of the Japanese legation Among the other guests of tho president on the Mayflower were Assistant Secretary of War Sanger Sir Thomas Lipton C Oliver iselin Butler Dun can Commodoro Bourne of tho New York Yacht club Col SharmanCraw ford a representative of tho Royal Ulster Yacht club and Emlen Roose velt President Roosevelt entertained his guests and all the commanding oft cers of tho fleet at a delightful lun cheon on board the Mayflower During tho luncheon tbe president rose and Raid Wo have with us today represents tives of the great powers Great Bri tarn Germany Russia and Japan I ask you to drink to these great powers and to their sovereigns The toast was drunk standing Then the president continued Wo also havo with us representa tives of an International Incident As to that may tho best boat win With laughter and applause that toast likewise was drunk by the guests standingCapt Dcchalr of the British em bassy addressed the president as fol lows In the name of my colleagues In tho name of our sovereigns and In the name of our countries I desire to thank you I propose tho health of the president of the United States Rising again the guests drank the toast heartily ENDED HIS LIFE Department of Commerce and Labor Clerk Commits Suicide Washington Aug 17 Stephen E Hall of Aurora III a protege of Sons tor Albert J Hopkins killed himself In his room here Sunday Hall short ly before ending his life had suffered great pain duo to somo stomach trou ble and had applied at a near by drug store for a certain medicine which tho druggist was unablo to supply He was a clerk In tho department of com merce and labor having been trans ferred recently from the census bureau whero he had been employed during the past two years THE A R ENCAMPMENT San Francisco Is Gaily Decorated In Honor of the Event San Francisco Aug 18San Fran cisco was ablaze with decorative lights Monday night In honor of the mem bers of tho Grand Army of the Republic who have been thronging to the Golden Gate for several days to attend their 37th annual encampment Market street from tho Ferries build Ing on tho water front to the city hall was strung with thousands of red white and blue electric lights Wear Your Hat CarlykJ Aug ISRev M Cairns rector of the Episcopal church is Instructing women and girls to wear their hats when they attend services Ho says to go bareheaded Is against Bible teachings I Jr J Brannaman Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry a INTERESTING EVENTS Important lnpe In Different Parts ef the World Two person were seriously and fine slightly injured by the wagon in which StLoulllPlans for the Canadian building at the Louisiana purchase exposition at St Louis have been submitted Tho structure will cost 30000 uolol1basgenerallythroughout Threo men were arrested at Buffa lo N Y charged with stealing ex press and freight from trains in transit between Buffalo and New York Four banks at Duluth Minn closed owfng to the alleged embezzlement of the 45000 of the funds of the Com merclal Banking Co by E E Johnson a trusted clerk A large meteor which fell at Men Jon Mich destroyed a portion of the bridge over the St Joe river It burled Itself In the earth and made a bole nearly 20 feet deep theIrbodIestwo pedestrians rescued two drown Ing men from tbe river at Chicago A large crowd watched the thrilling deed tad cheered tho rescuers Mrs Lillie Maude Evans wife of George B Evans manager of tho CityPolosouthern portion of the city Evans lead body was found later In a cemo teryBoats are again In use to transport persons between the two Kansas cit wagonbrldgoRailway Cos bridge over the Kansas river having been carried out by a flood The Russian naval programme of 1898 for the realization of which nine millions sterling was set aside has now been carried out In its entirety with tho result that the strength of the czars fleet in the Pacific has been almost trebled- A dispatch received from Uskub says that 600 Bashl Bazouks under the command of Albanian chiefs who are notoriously cruel havo pillaged and destroyed a number of Christian villages In the districts of Debra and Okrlda Macedonia- In a headon collision between two passenger trains near Long Lake III one trainman received Injuries which resulted In his death an engineer and fireman were probably fatally injured and a number of persons were more or less seriously hurt An International exhibition of Am erican horses has been decided on for the week of September 28 to October J 1903 In Louisville Ky Well known horsemen and lovers of horses from all parts of the United States and Canada constitute the membership of the association The Bulgarian government has presented a memorandum to the powers setting out at great length the condl lion of affairs during tbe past three months in Macedonlo since the Turk ish government undertook to Inaugu rate the promised reforms The whole constitutes a terrible category ot mur der torture Incendiarism pillage and ImprisonmentJames champion heavy weight of the world played with Jim Corbett for nine rounds and a half at San Francisco and then Corbetts sec onds motioned to Referee Graney to stop the fight In order to save their man from needless punishment Tho end came shortly after the beginning of the tenth round when Jeffries plant ed one of his terrific left swings on Corbetts stojhach Important Happenings In Different Parts of the World Serious trouble broke out at the Virginia City Ala mines where a strike Is In progress A successful test was made between Buffalo and Cleveland of the wireless telegraph overland Paris can claim the honor of being the first city In the world where a baby was born IB an automobile Indications are that OeD John C Black will be elected the next Com mander In chief of the grand army of the republic A party of Bulgarians near Ream murdered the guard which was escort Ing the malls to Monastir and captured a large sum of money A Negro names named Amos Jones was hanged by a mob at Hattiesburg Miss for shooting and mortally wound Ing Jailer M M Sexton Postmaster F A Vise of Falrdeal Mo Is In jail In St Louis on the ling of being short In his accounts the extent of over 1000 The Macedonian Insurgents are concentrating between Philip and Dlbra for the purpose of Intercepting Turk ish reinforcements from Old Servla In 1889 Dr Curtis L Dow a wealthy land owner of Napoleon 0 disap beenImurdered r 1 J t 1w WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works 4 C F HIQQINS Prop THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam ined are generally different This Is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES- to suit these conditions and requireyments are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with t modem scientific instruments put us in possession of information which enables us to furnish just tho right a oyesPrice TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Kya QueenQuality The Famous Shoes for Women Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pair and be convinced Wo are solo agents for Madison county We can also please you in MonstShoes HatsShirts Underwear Neck wear etc RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSsoouro splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from I R H CHRISMAN11elcls ifl x WHAT WHISKY DOES Slntruie r lij n Ynnne Man Will llml- Klllrd llll Mrprmhnr I nilrr t treat Iroviirnllmi w This Man Knows Whisky Is the title of an article In the Cleveland 1ost of March 21 Till article Is In the form of a comment upon the statement made by a young man who was under arrest for killing his stepfather a crime that he had committed under the circum stances of great provocation Here Is the article would not touch whisky If It was to sate my life I have seen too much of Its work I have seen the misery It has made for my mother I have seen y too the brute It made of my stepfather when he was under its Influence If It were not for whisky our trouble would never have happened and I would not be In jail I never touched the stuff and Ive made a vow I never will These are not the words of an Im passioned temperance theorist They are the calm deliberate utterance of a young man who killed his drunken stepfather in defense of his mother and was Incarcerated In a Cleveland police station A police lieutenant had pressed a glass of whisky upon him urging him that his weakened condition demanded It But he knew whisky and he had tor It Is what might well be accepted opinion upon the effect of 1Hero young man has had experiences shown him what whisky will do He does not need to theorize He speaks with positive Informtalon But for whisky he would not have been in jail Decidedly true And equally true It Is l that but for whisky few other people f ever would be In jail It Is not putting IIIAVE Y HE WOULD NOT BEEN IN JAIL lIttoo strongly to say that whisky causes of the crimes that get people In jail This young man has seen the misery motherTC up ones own recollection dozens of mothers whom whisky has made miserable f t f Scarcely a community or social circlet but has several often good patient un complaining heroines who have given up hope and whpse desolated hearts arc left to feed on the agony of despair They bear the deprivation the neglect the abuse the blows and utter no moan T but waysThe In their hearts there is moaning al earth has been salted with tears shed by mankind in sympathy with the brave women who send their husbands and sons to battle sitting alone at home with their tears and fears but I such women are happy proud exalted with the drunkards wives ttcrouching with tears and fears and t shame while their husbands give their lives up to the devil drink t The bright sweet hopes of their bridal days have become a mockery The vows h upon which they staked their life hap pines have proved light as air The love that once bade fair to bo a shelter In every storm has been beaten down and torn to ruin by whirlwinds of bestial passions There are millions of women like this I have seen too says this young man the brute whisky has made of my stepfather when he was under Its r Influencer Yes there Is the truthIt makes a man a brute He may be good and kind and tender when he Is sober but I whisky makes him a brute lie may be r provident and thrifty when he Is himself P but filled with whisky he becomes an entirely different class of being Sober he may not be able to realize that he can be a brute when drunk He may be the last one to know the misery that his drunkenness causes In his home He cannot view himself In correct per ipectlve But this young man who was sent to Jail because of whisky speaks the simple truth He has seen how whisky turned a good man Into a brute a lisp aIdo voted son Into an unwilling murderer And whisky Is no respecter of per Ions What it does In one family It will do In another What It makes of one man It has made of millions Tho woe of this one woman is a woe that ever goes crying and moaning through put the earth National Advocate SBIOOB Men ComTrrtrd great revival is In progress in Cen la there belts now over 600 I1A County officers members a police force and men who had ken circulating a saloon petition were o converted At once their names were L taken off the saloon petition and later the petition was defeated c I J4 DRINKING AND THINKING folntrit llrply In tlir flippant Id tinlrj of Wrllrr Who Ifinl llqniir We wish to answer seriously a seem ingly flippant inquiry omitting course the signature of the writer ssys- the New York American Will you tell me how I manage tc think my must beautiful thinks In drink Some men really do their best wort under the Influence of drink for this reason Drink has weakened Hiatt nerves and put their constitutions nail vitality below par They do their best work when they drink just as a poor thin abused tired cart horse does his bert work when ho is lashed with a whip This does not peals well for the whip dooa it It does not prove thai the lashing of the horse IB a until process or the whip an admirable Instrument It simply proves that If you abuse an unfortunate creature and ren der him unfit for work you must abuse him still more to get a little work out of him You think your most beautiful thoughts in drink for various In the first place when rrasonllI you are quite easily pleased are pleased most easily wlti yourself If you were sober your thoughts would not seem so beautiful to iou Often what you think in drink you would be very sorry to hear repeated in your dull sober hours In the second place feeing Is essen tlal to any strong thinhltg It Is es sential to the expression of any strong emotion The man who drinks hard or even cornea to rely to any extent upon drink has dead nerves and t dead Imag nation when his drink time Is over Drink sets the heart t beating It sets the blood to pumping through the brain It stimulates the mytferlous com bustion of matter which results In thought and emotion becOiucs stronger In proportion to the strength that accompanies this combustion The coward wants to fight when he It drunk He has some feeling The dull mind Jets Imaginative It las 4ome feeling This does not glorify the row ard or make the dull mind better It usually makes both ridiculous and pathetic in addition to being cowardly and dullStop drinking for six months sleep two hours more per day than you sleep at present take In more fresh air think steadily and soberly Instead of talking boisterously as you probably do now We venture to predict that you will soon find springing up in your head some very acceptable thinks with which drink will have nothing to do ALCOHOL AND THE SOLDIER irrninn Oltlrrr Ilnillcully liinnnl t Cue at Liquor In Hit Army An Interesting contribution to tat discussion growing out of the custom of giving liquor to soldiers Is made by Count von Haeaeler until lately com mander of the sixteenth army corps in Germany and one of Emperor WlIHamE military favorites The count Is not one of those who be Have that strong drink IB necessary to make a good soldier nor does he be lieve that alcoholic stimulation In creases the powers of endurance or tho fighting quality In soldiers On the contrary Count von Haeseler after 25 years of total abstinence in the army protests strongly against the use of liquor by soldiers He says The soldier who abstains altogethei lit the best man He can accomplish more can march better and Is a better soldier than the man who drinks even moderately Mentally and physically he is better Strong drink tires and only increases thirst For soldiers water coffee and above all tea The testimony of this officer who has behind him the record of long and ac tive service in the German army should be worth something in the discussion ot a question of this kind There Is little doubt that the consensus of expert military opinion in Europe and America will affirm the correctness of his judgment To say that a sense of weariness and thirst follows Indulgence In alcoholic stimulants is merely stating a physi ological fact Excessive stimulation means n physical and mental reaction In which the powers are at a low ebb In the case of the soldier It would seem to the noncombatant that a Vober clearheaded wellbalanced fighter Is worth more In the long run than the soldier crazed into reckless daring or frenzied madness by temporary alco holic stimulation Chicago Record Herald IEMS The AntiSaloon league has been or ganized In Madison county Iowa Open air meetings under the auspices of the Total Abstinence association will be held In all Chicago parks January 1 1903 there were 10638 In sane persons In Scotland The alarm ing growth In the number of cases Is largely attributable to alcoholic ex cesses Kansas City Kan has been the rendezvous of the gamblers of the middle west Mayor Gilbert has closed seven gambling houses and turned 100 slot machines to the wall The poolrooms vcre not molested By agreement between the temperance people and the saloon keepers Dyers burg Tcnn became try July J The last day of the sale of whisky saw ninny fights In one of which u knife wax uswl with serious results Prominent brewers of Ohio will man ufacture a mildly alcoholic beer from rice They hope In this way to niillH the effect of the supreme courts recent decision that Hlshops beer and other malt liquors are taxable under the Dow law f tii THE STAG LOOKING INTO THE POOL Klnit She Monad A stag drinking at a clear pool atlinircil the handsome look ol his spreading antlers but was much displeased at the slim and mngainli appearance of his legs What a glorious pair Of branching said he Mow gracefully they hang ovci w forehead what an agree able air they give my face but as fi myspitulle shanks of legs I tin heartily ashamed of them The words were scarcely out of his mouth when he saw some huntsmen and a pack of hounds making toward him His despised legs soon placed him at a distance from hit followers hut on entering the forest his horns got entangled at every turn so that this dogs soon reached him and made an end of himco Mistaken fool that was he exclaimed hall it not been for these wretched horns my leg would have saved my life MORAIrTha virtue we no slightly might often uve us but thr l ujw prize 3 highly Is often our undoing ENGLISH IN FIFTY LESSONS Slow a Frenchman CUM trqulrr the Without a JrrorII was reading recently what In called an excellent method for teaching and learning English without a professor which appears in Paris under the title of the Methodn Sanderson The sys tern says the author which Is both Ingenious and simple allows one to ar rive easily at reproducing with preci sion the sound thai Is the accentuation exactof each word In tho The Methode Sanderson laultlsleII said enables a Frenchman to an Englishman requires 50 to do It Justice writes a Paris correspond ont of the London Pall Mall Gazette Chi haze e thlinbeul Thoa baste then naife Out have then caundeul 11 have seumme mattcheuse Tho have no meunneThe might mistake this for conIIIhlerablauthority of Mr Sandrrwn that It IIIi English We confers we should hive thought It nor do we suppose that the ordinary student whether or French will recognize In EnJlIl1hI terious form the expression simple Ideas as the following Sho has a thimble Thou hast the knife We have the candle I some matches They have no ha1I Yet so it Is Mr Sanderson bcll that the words quoted above do actual ly represent the same words as pronounced In English HI ouillo have a rouleur What 110mIItImepot know Can It bo He will have a ruler Thao oullte have seumme pe peter What Is that we ask again and on consulting the method learn that It means Thou wilt have some paper You hadd glaceure The hadd tl keupps Would anybody on earth but Mr Sanderson recognize In these Ice landiclooking forms the simple You had glasses They had teacups Although this is not the first method 1IIIXo ClnmlhniMil There Is really no such thing as a cloudburst for clouds do not burst The word is entirely metaphorIcal Says a meteorologist Rain nes down In accordance with physical laws At any given temperature tho atmosphere can hold a fixed quantity of watervapor The warmer the air the more watervapor It can hold But If air already saturated with It hp cooled it will be ijiiptrBfitvrstod with moisture at Ha new temperature and the resulting flow of rain Is literally the superfluity A cloudbnrat Is simply the result of tho very rapid cooling of an atmosphere which was hot and was also watcriaturatcd A Mammoth flute A rug has just Iweu made for the PylhlasiIninches long by 16 feet six Inches wide or in other words contains lir9 square feet or 149 yards It Is immensely heavy taking 16 men to han lie it Special poles had to be made or rolling It on Chicago Chronicle Kntlllril to HCM Whos de ole guy wat Jht went by Do ole guy wld de dinky Wlllitersi replied the office boy Aw hes de own er of de paperIAn whos gay Shl Dont git gayl He nlnt no guy dats do sportln tiitnrlihll adelphia Inquirer yRare Colinlion for Harvard Harvard university In to have the famous zologlcal collection of Baron Do Heyot of Brussels through the kindness of Mr Carnegie It la inch 11 tillnct blrdsN Y Sun 1 SOME ODD GUARDIANS Hint a Mrrn MrrUrra and Jrll It1a Irntertor of Inler- JtacLertl fho natives of Venezuela and ad joining countries on tho north side ol the river Amazon often avail themselves of the services of a natty crane to tare for their poultry an alro In the place of rolllos or shop herd dogs 10 guard and herd their da mettle animal says n writer In the Brooklyn Eagle This rcmarUaljlc bird which the Indians call yakamlk and the ornlthologlMa psophla crept tans is found In a wild state In the great forests which lie between the northern coasts of South America anti tho Amazon river particularly In Venezuela and British Guiana The birds never leave the forests unless shot or captured They may be trust ed with the care of a flock of sheep or domestic fowls and every morning will drive the ducks and poultry to their feeding places and carefully collecting any stragglers bring them safely home at night A yakamlk soon learns to know and obey the voice of his mauler follows him when permitted wherever he goes and ap pears delighted at receiving his caressesIt at his absence and welcomes his return anti Is extreme jealous of any rival Should any dog or cat ap proach It flies at It with the utmost fury and attacking It with wings and beak drives It away It prwnts It self regularly during meals from which It chases all domestic animals and even the negroes who wall upon the table If It Is not well acquainted with them and only asks for a share of the oatablea aficr it haj driven array all who might aspire tp a favorable notice from the family- A singular case of gunrdl n ilp hm Just been made known by M Gadeau dc Korvtllo It concerns the young ol the merino fishes railed false mackerel which am almost always round In company with tho largo jelly fish known as rhlzodome These yours fishes swim parallel with the ton axis of the jelly Huh and In the same direction 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pjthi which our Havlou has trod Or alone In Buffering sorrow or shame Or alone In weak purpose alone In hlg aim There llveth no sorrow mid sorrows 10 rite IIke a lonely and lovMrii fragment of life am homeless and childless It rang In marLike the wall of a wanderer lost on the year No lIIlldhlphaa0a whisper 10 sweetly Dear heart Ihei- It one R7a loves and believes sod trusts In the till r rejoice In thy joy when thou pUlut the HIT No wife to Inspire adobe and uplift Ifulovcd and alone tincUlmed and adrift am homeless and ohlldlflM It best my brain With the chill of the slept In a Novembe nun- llemeles and chtldlfnT No Italrnt el thine own Tit theboneKt tittle ones running lo tilde In thin arms Ft1e harbor of refuge from endlu atiArmT Ne lhtcheekNo tweet childish prattle ot latin Oretk liar homeless and ehllillr unanehorrr and Intm like tnmpasiUV Vlnc nl Jane In lUnner of Hold The Trouble ton the Torolito DY FRANCIS XYNOEt- Coprrff hi IM bf ra wU trader CIIAPTKII XIIIc miMii The innrnln of thr lust Sunday It September dawnrJ bright and clear A hunting party coming from fork hml stopped over night ut icHltmcnl and one of Its ttllI i young elcrtomnii from thr field a religion service In the ebony Aa I learned nftrrmird tin nung innn had nu luck of lirarrr Anything In the wily of a rrtlgloin tweeting wan a notrlty in the MMJIIC ttI1IlIr a the arttlrinrnl Uunfd out nlmnat lo it man Wlnl lied weal with uIrs Seller Angus war there with his cowboys and Itiere was even u goodly uprlnkllng ol the workmen from the engineers M alp For rralillnll of my own which war nut grounded in any cynical prrju disc I did nut go To tell the truth I was griming anxlon about Seller There was n ntyatrry connected with hb movements reaching back to a certain evening when I chanced to see hint coming down trout the northern gulch beyond the hogback with a hiinlrn which he carried ax our car tins ft alck child The following I had found a nrwmtdr at least plncr whore 1mllrnlng had bern freshly buried embankment of the great when my morning stroll tip the gorge beyond the hogback elided at the door of Wyknmpu pow dcr magatlne I had warned Angus to be prepared to prove on alibi at hour of the day or night An a Corollftr1 to all thin I watched Seller iHaglewlie On the Sunday morning therefore a small thing kept me from going to HIP ftchoolhotue with Winifred and Mr Srlter It was n fact brought out by my field Kina On the higher smiles of the hogback I had chanoVd to descrya moving speck making its way westt and toward the upper call yon In the object gloss of the Unoc ulnr II defined itself as a nail zlg ragging ncrOllll the ridge with a heavy burden of some kind on his back It was Seller nod the mystery might then have painted to its own notation If I had not been no deeply engrossed In Macphersonn affair The time for the trial WAR drawing near and if I watched Seller like u paid ahadower of men It was chiefly because I feared he might disappear before the critical moment This going afield with n Imcklonil had the look of it Doubtless he was preparing hiding toplneewhich he could retreat at The schoolhouse meeting hind be when I lout sight of the jnovlng speck nnd lighted my pipe to weigh the promlilngD of an attempt to Co- lA low Seller Front my chair on the porch T could hear the ntnglng quite distinct above the murmur ot the river In Its bed across the road The autumn storms were delayed and the weather for fortnight hud been cool In consequence the water was lotv and Its thunder was softened un til the cataract pouring over the waste weir of the completed dam wax dearly audible Up njnong the west ern peaks the clouds were gathering nnd I remember thinking that Wyldtntp must hi relieved to know that the Benson for cloudbursts was fairly over for tin year The thought hud Hcarcely taken shape when the mar himself cattle f4iiff by As ace before anxiety r WUII was In hula lace but this time his relie was not upon the river It was flxrd upon the cloud wraiths hanging over the western peaks and he rode oe onr who lets Ids horse find off the ny The hither shoulder of the hogbai had scarcely hidden him before I heard a stir In the house and the gr tie closing of a door A mother later I IMIW Nan making her 111 across the upper field anti though I divined her purpose Slip hind see thee engineer pOll the house hllli guessed that he wax on his way to the dam and had taken this thane her last chance It might be of flit Ing him alone to plead once ugnln lor justice It seemed a pity that the Irl should have to fight such u hopelc battle alone I know not nor Mhl1l1 ever know if she believed that he was free to marry her Hut such Jloor amendH tin money may make ahou at least be hers and at the apex or this thought I determined to lollow her and to do what u man and a law yr might do to help her When I came In sight of the hlfi wall of masonry cutting the uJlJler canyon across the thunder was aroll lit the upper air I could lirnr thl imtttrr and growl of It and the 1111 stilt bright ness of the day and tl clear arch ot the skywith no other hint of a storm abroad gai It u weird effect The water of thn dImInishing torrent wits pouring oVlr the waste weir and an on that IIllht when I had crept trembling acroi the flume bridge the engineer wall perched upon hla barrier gaxln down nt the Hood Non was on the troll below JUlt where Macpherson had drawn rein on the night of the explosion tutu whell I came In sight she was calling 10 Wykump I was too far away to hlnr what stir was saying and the thnndi of the waste weir must have l11alll hrr words Inaudible to the englnpri but her Impassioned gestures wre ehxpient She was pleading with him or wanting him I know not whirl and while I looked Wyknmp lgne assent and turned to retrace hlr steps to the nearest abutment I thought It might be an well to hold aloof until the time for Intel ference should be fully ripe II lit cllmlied to a perch on the steep itloj where I should be out of their IIllht whets they mrt None the less I watched the engineer narrowly alld when he stopped midway of the dllm In the attitude of one listening In lently I listened too Above tht thunder of the waste n hoarser roar lilted the air coming suddenly tlnl prmUtlng like the suntalnrd Jar of a distant explosion Ilkc the lion roar the sound once heard U unmli takable It was a cloudburst and the test of the great wall of rnisonr was fairly upon It Wykamp hesitated but au Install ouch In that Instant n man darted out of the mouth of the outlet tunnel 011 the opposite side of the canyon Rnll began to climb the mountain slur one who files danger It tlUt Jnco Writer and I took it hr hail been trv ing to ambush the engineer He tot hind heard the ominous roar of thc oncoming flood and whatever his IIh jrct had been he had apparent abandoned It to seek safety It doubtful If Wykamp saw him The man in the engineer there 1s a ma hidden In whatsoever outward hUlk of depravity poor Immunity walk abroad wan alive At last nnd he WAI racing down In great leaps am bounds toward the girl standing III the very shadow of the towering wall While I looked he reached her gatli reed her in Ill arms and carried ber swiftly aside nod up the hither nlopc and when he finally stumbled and fIll with her there was a margin of safet behind them I held my breath and my hear skipped brat when I beheld the dark wall of water brown and debris laden rushing down the upper canyon upon the great stone harrier It seemed Incredible that nll work man could withstand theimruct of such a terrible battering ram and I climbed still higher thought my perch was well alcove the level of the reser voir The engineer had more cour ngr or a better confidence In hiown work He had risen nnd lifted Nai to her fret nnd together they stood ami watched the huge brown woll oC water leap high In air to fling Itsrl over the stone coping of the dam The masonry stood the shock like n wall of living rock The brown cataract choked the waste weir std poured many feet deep over the toll of the dam filling the channel below ulitll at its maximum the foamlnp torrent was lapping at the feet or the man and the woman standing on the halfhurled bowlder on the hither slope but they did not move It was while the flood was roaring ItM loudest that I chanced to lift my clyestrr had disappeared my I saw him plunging recklessly down Iho declivity toward the submerged tau and his frenzied yells dame to ne above the clamor of the waters lot until that great day when the rooks shall he opened will hU motive be revealed but the pointing ot It rag clear enough He was making rantlc haste to reach the couple In the ravine below and striving to nn Iclpate by tdtrlelc anti wild gestures thc warning he wns bringing When he reached the streams irlnk there was but ono way to cross aul he took It without an instants louse The yellowred arch of the land springing clear from the edge oC the dam was Hiibsldlng but It was lit least two feet deep over the ma onry when he plunged In nnd glln to wade across For n iloen pal Hunt hrnrt beats I thought he would nuke it and then till end ctunc l huge column of mud and water hot up behind the dam like n mighty eyaerjet there was a deep growl of imprisoned thunder a nauseating t abode that seemed to kill the Cf1 air and the great wall of IIIIIMOII toppled outward and downwor crumbling like sand in the forrfroi of the flood that gathered Itself Cor the onrush to thr doomed valley hit low closed my ryes In the sicker fug horror of It and when I openc them I was alone with the clamorous waters The bowlder where Wyknm anti Nan had been standing was gon and In its bed the angry flood wn Hitting a wider and still wider channel in the loose ahale of the canyo alope CnAPTEU XIV HBTTEH THE END OK A TII1NO almoiII node my way down the canyon In the track of It nerveless and horroi- shaken The nun was shining as brightly as before nnd the Sabbath ntlllnesn was in the air It seemed Inconceivable that but a few ntc mentVf before the great ravine hall been the scene of a tragedy In which three lives had grate out like match titters in a tornado In the basin be twecn the mountain and the hog buck lumen ditches and trail hall disappeared and the very face of nature was changed Where Mae phcrnoiiV placer bar hall been there wits now a gullying eddy and a new bur had formed farther down the stream was obliged to head thr norther gulch to reach the gap In the hog buck and when the truth of the let tlement conic in view I scarcely rcco nled It The tidal wave released by the crumbling dam had been checVr for an instant by the narrow yap III the ridge and its charge upon the tilled lands beyond hind bent like the bursting of a second barrier Ien compare the devastation to notliln but the truck of a crevasse on till lower Mississippi SrltcrB holdln and the two farms adjoining Wlre swept clean not only of building end fences butt of the very nou in the fields Ditches were gone boundaric obliterated the great barrack helot the engineers camp was demolisher and an far as the eye could reac down the valley the main canal WDS filled and leveled until its cours could scarcely be traced Butt lor the gathering at the nchoolhousc on the knoll the loss of life must haye been terrible and as it won IIould scarcely hope that the tragedy oC which I had been nn awestrlcke witness was the only one Whrn I topped the nhonlder of the hoglmck the schoolhouse knoll alld the bit of road beyond the flood love were black with hurrying fljurei Macpherson was the first to meet on I picked my way across what few minutes earlier lad been tbe Seller Infield Ills greeting wan nil Incoherent tipbubbllng of thankfulness slice he had taken It for grant rd that I hitch bent swept away with the Setter linear There was no time for explanations and I made mini Angus told me where to find hili teats and buckboard and asking lIIe to look niter the women at the schoolhouse hurried away to organ ire a rescue party I found the team did what there was to be done am when the excltemcnt had a little sub sided took Winifred in the buckboar and set out to find shelter for hrr nnd for myself We found nccommn datlon at the Byres ranch whos house was farthest removed from th scene of devastation and there con tented ourselves nn best we might while the details ot the dlsnste trickled In by littles It was soon dts covered that only Seller and hili daughterand the engineer were miss hug but it was not until the evenlnj of the following day that Angu came to make hula report I saw bin routing and went a few rods dowi the road to meet him Two sure and a possible third ho said anticipating my query Theyre all accounted for excrp three and two of till three were found on the bar below the rngi ricers camp this afternoon Wykamp I asked Yes Wykamp and Nan Seller They inifst have been overtaken to gether somewhere They were I nald and I toN him the story of the tragedy In the canyon so far nn It touched these twoYou say he tried to sure leer There wax a bit of the man In him utter nil wasnt there Angus land shown no disposition to go up to the farmhouse where iVInlfred was sitting on the porch ind we hind drawn aside to sit on the embankment ot this dry Ilyree illlchHe did sage her I rejoined she vould have gone down In the first mh of the wave over the top of the lam If he hadnt rrachrd her just In till nick of time and carried her beyond the sweep of it And after that they stopped to ook at It you say That was the en rlnecr in him betting on his own ame to the very last They were safe enough no far as the cloudburst was concerned I mended anti then line you ound Seller No and thnts a bit curious Ills vlfe says he went hunting on the lorth mountain early In the morn InK Youll never fiord htm alive What How do your know Answer me one question and hen Ill tell you Docs anyone suit sect that it was more than a cloud mrst Why of course not It was loudburst Kllgore and the Barnes toys have been up the canyon beyond the dam and the track of It can be raced for two miles True but It that were all the dam vould be standing at this moment LuguW It didtlthe cloudburst i NllUIJ and the prexntirr on was decreasln rapidly when it went out The mischief you nny How do you know all this Jack As I have told you I wax within 50 yardn of the dam when It went out And Jacob Seller was trying to cross itl- Good TordS lint what wrecks IU Setter I think There was nn explosion an Itn 12inch shell bad struck just above the masonry II hud fired his Infernal machine from the mouth of the outlet tunnel and wits scrambling up to be out 01 harms waywhen he saw Nnn and Wykamp below the dam When the shell exploded he was trying to reach them for Nans sake I suppose Mucphernon smoked his pipe quit to extinction before he spoke again T1MA he said Jack Im a little tanglr4 an the ethics of this thing Could it ISany possible harm to any body Ifwe keep this thing to our selvesI see that It can Jake has paid the penalty lIes well out 01 reach ot any court of ours Thats what I was thinking And if we publish it itll likely make harder for a poor miserable destitute widow woman Im with you I agreed Am now for your plans I dont the Glenllvat people will trouble youI for a year or two and the lIula against you will fall to the ground without Wykamps evidence Will you go quietly back to your cow punching anti make hay while th sun shines ITo tie Contlnuedl ONE ON CONNECTICUT laeldrnl Courrrnlaf Anclvmt Law That NUtr IHnlabmrnl for HIp cm In Frank Leslies Popular Month appears an entertaining account of th ancient laws and law courts of Con necticut George King a blasphemous sailor says the author Mr U J Hcndjlcl was excused with what he evidently re garded an a mild punishment He wal accused of uttering the words By God aboard a Dutchman thoug whether the place of the malefactlo increased the severity of the crime I not clear This was not Kings first ol tease as many of the good people tea titled He was brought before 1hegoi ernor who sentenced him somewhat tliU style When the son of an Kgyptlnn blasphemed the name of God it was not borne U Is the piercing through the name of God In passion which is tho highest provoc lion of God Whereas the rule is let your words be yea yea and nay nay and by a mans word he may lose hi life I hope it was only a rash and sir till oath sonic have been bored In tbe tongue others have been In the stock and their tongues put in a cloven stick Hut I hope this has not been disrespectfully done and no I sentence that you he whipped and In the interim be kep the marshal hands Neither Klrij Iin soy of hut compatriots reaches stage of contumely In their attacks upon public functionaries thin has immortalized one Capt John Stone of MassuchuBCts who In his blasphemous assault on Mr Instlc rudloiv called him to his face Mi Juslasst Ttiidlow and as a punlnlunrn was fined J 100 and banished from Ihi colony under pain ot death AN UPCOUNTRY RISING real llrl li of MOM JrrrmUh Masea helped to Make III Word llpiprctril In spite of tine old saying the lawyer who conducts his own case doe not always have u fool for a client Hon Jeremiah Mason who was ad mttted to the New Hampshire bar h 1791 was a man of great height but during the early part of his professional career says the Green Hag was so slight and apparently frail ii build that nil thr phrase Is hi looked like a boy Traveling once In a sleight utter a great snowstorm he met a country man In a similar conveyance Mr Mason turned his horse and sleigh as for to one side us he conveniently could aid courteously requested the other person to do the same THe other man however was stuf fy of figure and stubborn of nature and taking Mr Masons courteous speech an u sign of a craven spirit lie refused to budge an Inch and do mantled a free way for his vehicle At this Mr Masons eyes flushed The day wan cold anti he lied stunk deeply Into the robes of Ids high jacked sleigh but now he drew elf up and sat erect on the sent fort moment then he Jiegan slowly to llvest himself of his wrapping and to get upon his feet gradually displaying his real proportions to the astonished countryman who ex ifalmed Say mister you neednt rise any store Ill turn out Down fur a Ion Jack Yes at one time I wan deter pined to marry Miss Gohllng butter father finally discouraged me Tom Indeed How did he rto it 7 Well really I cant tell you now whether It was n punt or a drop lick Philadelphia Press Censure and Crlllrlam Censure and criticism never hurt nybody If false they ijumot hurt ou unless you are wanting in manly haracler and if true they show a nan his weak points and fore war him against failure and trouble jltdslone The Uood5tar d Man What we call a good naturcd man li one who Is bald headed and can stand being guedabu tUtlIsIDIt- oa U Democrat j Yt1 jI ON A FERN HUNT Aa Attractive Pastime forThoi Will Spend the Summer In the Country There are attractive possibilities a fern hunt even for an amateur In New York state alone there are said to be 67 varieties Ferns of the ordinary types are easily grown at home If they are properly cared forthat Is grown In the right kind of earth watered at proper Intervals and kept sheltered from the sun says the New York Tribune The loyal Osmunda ferns may be grown In beds and borders of rich loll on the northern side of the house where they are shielded from the sun Delicate rock terns will not grow In deep soil and ferns which like a rich deep sol will not grow In rockerles where they have scant earth to hold their roots The greatest failures In the culture of plants come from an attempt to make the plant grow under conditions whcl are totally foreign to It The ostrich fern makes the most magnificent growth If planted Intelligently Its great sterile fronds sometimes reach a height of fin or six feet though the average growtl of the plant Is much shorter The Lygodlum palmatum or climb Ing fern has the honor of being the only plant in America which has been noticed because of Its beauty by statute law It Is sometimes called the Hart ford fern and Its form will be known to anyone familiar with Hartford draw Ingrooms 40 years ago where Its pressei form was often used for wall decora tlons especially around pictures Dl thn Connecticut statutes of 1875 It re cclrcd special protection This Is one of the most dlmcult ferns to grow and seems to elude the vigilance of prbfet sional nurserymen Medicinally ferns have little or m reputation The male fern Aepldlun fllixmas Is the only exception It war used by the ancients as a vermifuge and was a secret remedy for tapeworm pur chased by the king of France at the request of some of the French medIcal profession and published by his order In about the year 1775 The accounts ol the efficacy of this treatment are Ux numerous to adult of any reasonable doubt The remedy is said to be stll used but the disease dreaded by the eighteenth century has almost disap peared from civilization and is little known among the physicians In practice In the cities of today Only in remote districts where good beet cannotbe ob tamed Is the taenla to be dreaded EFFECT OF GOOD CLOTHES When a Woman la Well Dreaaed Dive tier self Posseualo and Nelfneapeet Some one arises to remark that sell possession and not selfconsciousness In woman Is the result of good dress ing This Is just at true as the reverse It all depends on the woman There would seem to be no question that it Is every womans duty to dress just as well as she can and despite the humorous shafts launched at the vanity of the sex the women who exceed their duty In this respect are probably not more numerous than those who neglect It Dy dressing well we do not mean elabo rately nor expensively nor conspicu ously The little word well conveys far more than manysyllabled adJec- tive It Implies appropriately with good taste and good effect Ivery mothers heart has at some time ached for some awkward slip of a girl rendered ten times more awkward Tfy Illfitting gowns made out of Illchosen material Put the same girl Into a dress which becomes her anti a marvelous transformation will be seen In carriage and demeanor The same Is true of her elders No woman can be graceful no woman can do justice to her conversa tonal powers and other accomplish mettle when painfully aware that the hue of her dress Is fatal to her complex- Ion and that Its cut caricatures her fig tile The consciousness of looking her beet undoubtedly has much to do with her power to charm And so we come back to the opinion that U Is every womans duty to choose her ktllrc herself discreetly and with rare The busy physician the distract ed business woman and the worried housekeeper the preoccupied litterateur all of these should set aside a small portion of precious time for the planning of dress Simplicity may be strictlyadhered to and will Indeed be found the most ef fective but If the garment under con sideration is only a morning wrapper or negligee it should possess the merits of becoming In color and styleand or tieing well fitting Dress Involves sell respect as much as money In volves character Appl niftnoManaje Peel and slice thin six tart apples add half a lemon cut Into small pieces anti cover with two cupfuls of water Simmer until tha apples are thor Highly cooked then add one teaspoon rill of butter and sugar to taste No given amount of sugar can be ordered g different varieties of apples re quirt more or less sweetening accord- Ing to Individual taste Cook for five minutes longer then add two heaping tablespoonfuls of cornstarch dissolved- In a little cold water stirring constantly to keep the mixture smooth Illl Individual sherbet glal1ses and verve cold with n garnish of whipped ream Womans Home Companion Apple shortcake Make a shortcake of rich biscuit Sough or plan cake If the blscnlt lough Is used split the cake turough he center with u string and spread Bach piece with butter while warm Cover the lower halt of Ihe cake wltli rich applesauce nod spread over hU whipped cream then put on the ipjicr crust and serve Pjala crsYtn my be served with the catce jsMd t the whipped rum o iui Home Conriaulon it iL L r A IVorm tiller J A J Montgomery Puxioo Wayne Co MowritesIII have liltla twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which fail ed until 1 used Whites Cream Vermi fuge the first two doses brought four worms from one of them the next two doses twelve one of them measur ing twelve inches the other child was only relieved of four worms It is a most excellent medicine Whites Cream Vermifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards ol sickness 25c Sold at East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surplus We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT ProeS S PARKES Cashi r r Watch for a Chill However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the forerunner of Malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Her bine by its prompt stimulative actio on the liver drives the malarial germ out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system andre tona health 50c Sold by East End Drug Co- Mr ifsr Is u1 iilga iifiifi f 1 Violent Attack of DlarrboM Cared by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlnnho Remedy sad Perhaps a Life Saved v A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a twentyfire cent bottle and after taking three doses of it wu entirely cured I consider it the bells remedy in the world for bowel com h plaints For sale by S E Welch Jr Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch end clock repairing srs tfttt p cisltiea of Williams shop Agency for M I lanatfry- Tako nit your troubles t Um Work guarsutoedk I EARLY RISERS TIE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS + f For quick relief from BlllousnesljSick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice DIzziness and all troubles ads InC from an Inactive or sluggish liveryDeWilts Utile Early RUer Ira un equalled They act promptly and never Crlpe They ate so dainty Ih llIls a pleasure 10 take them One to taro set as a mild nxjtlvo two or tour lit as a pleasant and IIfteCllvC CAJhric They J ate purl vegauble snd 4Dolutly haimlasi They tonic the ever ftatfUnuu tl Sbrrt etnt E C OWH t A Co rIca e a srat av Bgid by Ihu Fast 12uU Drug Co tTIIk I THE CITIZEN r I HWHfrHHIHI MMHIlMI 11I1 ii and Vicinity IiGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES vHKMHHHH5HH Mr John Wagers sheriff of our county was in town Tuesday Mr Jeff Mitchell of Richmond TuesdayvMiss Mattie Bales has returned from an extended visit to her brother Mr D G Bales at Morehoad Misses Lou Flanery and Nannie Bales are sick at the Hospital this week with typhoid fever Mr John Ramsey and wife return ed Tuesday from a short visit with relatives in Rockcostle county I Mr Frank Stone and wife of Athens Ky are visiting Mr H H I Hill and family this week Mr Chas Preston and family are visiting Mrs Prestons parents at Gum Sulphur Rockcastle county The sown year old night blooming r Cereus belonging to Mrs S C Mason recently bloomed for the first time l depotton came together derailing one Mrs S G Hanson returned Mon from ah extended visit with Will t Hanson and family at Winchester Mrs Sallie Bales of Big HIliIS visiting her granddaughter Miss Nannit Bales who is sick in the hospital and also Aunt Nancy Robin- sont j Stanley and Burritt Van Winkle 4e thae returned from Cleveland 0 they have been located for the J past few months resulttare many ers of lots in the Berea cemetery Miss Lillian Maupin who attended the Miday Female Orphan School has been accepted for another year and will return there about August 27 Mr F M Lutes and son who have been visiting relatives and friends returned to Van Alstyqe Texas then first of the week services are being held at k ItheBaptist church this weekin which pastor Rev H M Shouse is as silted by Rev J E Wolford of Lan caster The interest is growing Prof L V Dodge will give the ser mon at the Parish house on Sunday morning next on the topic Human ity in Its Abasement and Its Exalta tion Kingston defeated College Hill in a game of baseball at Kingston Sat urday by the score of 12 to 3 Kingston drew four players from BereaMr tl and Mrs P J Pauley visited their children Mr and Mrs John t IJuget near Brodhead and Mr and Mrs Wm Hayes at Conway the past RofkMiss Cora Ward and Miss Emma Soper of Lancaster were guests of Mr and Mrs E B Wallace the past week Miss Ward is a niece and I Miss Soper a sister of Mrs Wallace l M Ernest Potter of Gaffney It C the little four year old nephew of Dr M E Jones the dentist who with his mother has been visiting at r Paint Lick for the past month spent yesterday hire with his uncle r i Harvey Lnkoy 15 and Dora Jones 1C both of Jackson county eloped hero on foot and took a train for Cincinnati lobo married The couple intend to mako their home in Hamil ion Ohio The LtC N road has contracted for 75 new engines costing over a mil lion dollars The road has also con tracted for six vestibule coaches and 10 ordinary coaches to be delivered in SeptemberThe persons from Berea e are attending the State Sundayschool Convention at Lexington this week Prof and Mrs L V Dodge Rev H J Dorthick Mrs Isabella J King Miss Ethel King The Teachers Association will hold t a meeting Aug 29 at Silver Creek kschool house Judging from the program this will be an exceedingly interesting and helpful meeting It- t is an all day meeting beginning at 10 oclock a m and including a bas 1 ket dinner on the grounds John Richardson whom we reported last week aa sick died last Friday Atnight being buried last Saturday frevening in the Berea cemetery He much respected citizen He a wife and severalchildren t 1leaes was a member of the R post ifs 11 I jMI1 I 1111 111 trrrtrrrcri IKe Adair cashier of the Bank of Fordsville Ohio Co was the guest of W H Porter Monday Mr Adair is interested in organizing State banks The officers and directors of the Berea bank tendered him a reception Monday night Prof W H Parker the founder and Pros of N and C College formerly of Keene Ky was here last week on business Mr Parkers Industrial school is now located at Beattyville where a donation of 60 acres of land was given for the enterprise The college will reopen Oct 1 While here Mr Parker made a careful study of the work of Berea College For snU First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEREA COLLEGE BRICK YARD A fine line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at tho RACKET STORE Main St Richmond Earn an Incidental Fee An opportunity will be given to a number of young people to assist in cleaning the College buildings Per sons wishing to earn something to ap ply on school expenses should apply at once at the Treasurers office T J OSBORSE Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are due to disorders of the stomach and these disorders are all caused by indiges tion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps their little stomaches sweet andencourages their growth and developement Mrs Henry Carter 705 Central St Nashville Tenn says My little boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever since he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby I recom mend it to all sufferers Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by East End Drug Co lIfttt11t1I College Items HERE AND THERE Mr L 0 Hinman has returned from Chicago Lee Black of Hindman Ky has returned and will take up the years work in the Fall term Miss Bessie Flanery returned last Wednesday and is helping to care for her sister The hospital has been newly paint ed inside and in other ways greatly improved making the wards the most pleasant possible for patients John Mingo of Lexington Ky who was a student here in the 90s recently died in Lexington Mrs Lucy Pinkston Elmore of Blue Rapids Kansas a student here in the 70s is a guest of Mrs Craw ford Mrs White and friend- sGambleWhittemore Alexis III Aug 12Special- The marriage of Misa Ella Whitte more of Los Angeles Cal to Mr Will C Gamble of Berea Ky was solemnized this morning at 9 oclock in the Methodist Protestant church in this city where both young people formerly lived It was an unusually pretty church wedding Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Gamble left oil the Chicago train for Petoskey and the Northern lakes where they will spend several weeks before returning to Berea where Mr Gamble is the sec retary of the Berea College Mrs Gamble haa been the teacher of Latin and mathematics in the Oc cidental College in Los Angeles Cal for several years She is the daughter of the Rev Isaiah Whitte more of the Presbyterian church of Los Angeles Mr Gamble is the son of Mr and Mrs Steve Gamble of this city He has been interested in the Berea College for several years Courier Journal LIFE IMPRISONMENT Curt Jett and Tom White Convicted of Murder of Marcum Cynthlnna Ky AUR 16Curt Jett and Tom White the Jackson feudists were both found guilty of tho Marcum assassination by tho Jury Friday and sentenced to life terms In tho pcnlten diary Whlto Hushed as the Jurors handed tho verdict to the Judge and tears camo Into his eyes and the blood seemed to leave his face as ho heard the fateful words Jett with clinches Jaws listened to tho sentence and still tried to keep up his air of bragga docloTho main features in tho case at bar Friday have been tho charges against Juror Jasper King who lives In this city and who was until two years ago a deputy sheriff of tho coun ty and a man who has been highly es teemed Jurors McNees Northcutl and Tato all said Friday morning that King did attempt to Influence them to decide for Jett and Whlto In this case by saying that there was nothing against the defendants Judgo Os borne In his admonition to tho Jury told them not to this cast among each other until It was finally given to them to decide This seems and It Is said by attorneys here to be contempt of court No movements have been made as yet as to the soldiers and Col WII Hams tho officer In command of the situation said Friday afternoon that no movements as to the soldiers were yet decided on and would not bo de caned on until Saturday after the grounds and motion for a new trial had been passed on by tho court and that the matter of tho movements of the soldiers were In the hands of him self and Judge Osborne Cynthlnna Ky Aug 17Curtls Jett and Tom Whlto were Saturday removed from this city and are now locked In separate cells In towns that are widely distant Jctt was taken to IxIngton at 5 oclock Saturday afternoon Tom Whlto was taken to Covlngton at 4 oclock COL WILLIAM E BUNDY United States Attorney For Southern Ohio Died Suddenly Cincinnati Aug 17Col William E Dundy United States attorney for the southern district of Ohio and a cousin of Senator Foraker died hero sudden ly Sunday from an uracmlc convulsion or acuto Brlghts disease lie had been In usual health until last Thurs day night when ho suffered a chill from which he never recovered Al though not yet In the prime of life ho stood high with the Hamilton county bar had been at the head of the state and national organizations of the Sons of Veterans and prominent in tho Phi Delta Theta fraternity Ho was for years mayor of Norwood lie has done much for his Alma Mater as trustee of Ohio university at Athens and was very popular as the young colonel of the First regiment of the Ohio national guard that was about to- go Into camp ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS The Crater Belching Flames and Smoke to the Height of 4000 Feet Naples Aug 18 Vesuvius contin ues active and tho eruption has now lasted two weeks On nights when there is no moonlight the spectacle Is magnificent tho crater belching flames and smoke to tho height of nearly 4 000 feet In spite of tho legend that Naples will be destroyed by Vesuvius the Neapolitans firmly believe that their patron saint San Gennaro will stop the flow of lava with a gesture should It advance too near Naples Tho stream of lava after flowing 2C50 feet in tho direction of Ottajano has stopped while the other stream Is still moving and has reached a point 2650 feet towards Pompeii THE OHIO STATE FAIR President Obliged to Decline An Invl tlon to Attend Oyster flay Aug 18 Monday evenS Ing Assistant Secretary of Agriculture J M Drigha T C Cromley presi dent of the Ohio state board of agriculture W A Miller secretary nail J I Carpenter called on President Roosevelt to Invito him to speak at the Ohio state fair to bo held at Columbus tho last of the month Tho president was obliged to decline till Invitation but promised to request Secretary of the Treasury Shaw to mako an address at tho fair RURAL FREE DELIVERY During the Month of July About 3000 Routes Were Established Washington Aug 14Postmaster General Payne has had prepared a statement showing tho status of tho rural free delivery service throughout the country It shows that during tho month of July the first month of tho present fiscal year almost 3000 new routes have been established Tho appropriation mado for the entire service for the year was 12000000 or a little less than 3000000 more than neces sary to maintain tho existing service This is only sufficient to justify tho establishment of about 8000 now routes There are now on file peti lions for about 11000 more routes Will Raise Goats on Large Scale Lynn Mass Aug 1C Leather mak era are interesting themselves in a plan to ralso goats on a largo scale on abandoned New England farms for their hides Sharp competition between Amen can and foreign buyers of India skins scarcity and high prices have led to the proJectI BEREAS INVITATION DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION The design of the Institution in the words of its founders islito furnish a thorough education to all per sons of good moral character In adapting this educa tion to varied needs so as to provide for each the par ticular training and information which is most useful the following departments have been organized Department of Applied Science combining thcartsof practical life and the means of selfsupport with the gen oral education necessary for a good citizen Normal Department combining with general educa tion special training for the work of teaching Preparatory Departmentincluding MoJtl Schools in which the elementary branches arc taught also used as models for normal instruction and the Academe which fits students for any college and includes the culture discipline and knowledge which make a desirable prep aration for life- Collegiate Department Literary Scientific and Clas sical providing a liberal education training each faculty and touching each department of human knowledge by thorough courses in Mathematics Natural Science His tory Ancient and Modern Literature Philosophyetc Music DepartmentThis provides free instruction in Choral Music and special instruction and courses in Heed Organ Piano Voice Theory etc Extension DepartmentThis furnishes traveling libra ries lectures Teachers and Farmers Institutes and other services to communities outside of Berea PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT This department fits young people for the Normal Applied Science and College courses It has lower and higher divisionsthe Model Schools and the Academy The Model Schools These are used for practice work by the Nor mal Department and because of their careful grading and superior teachers enable young people who are not far advanced to make the most rapid progress possible The work in these schools would rank as Academy and Normal Schoolwork in many institutions Manual and Industrial Training is given throughout beginning with Raffia and Weaving and including Sew lug Cooking Sloyd and Elementary Agriculture THE ACADEMY The Academy is under the immediate charge of tho Dean of the Preparatory Department and most of its classes are taught by College officers It gives thorough instruction to fit students to enter any college in the United States and also affords the discipline and knowl edge which are the best preparation for life in any call ing The Academy has the use of the College Library and scientific apparatus For admission a common school training is necessary equivalent to that given in our Model Schools COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT- In the College proper arc three courses of study The Classical leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts A Bj the Scientific leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science B Sand the Literary leading to the de gree of Bachelor of Literature B L MUSIC DEPARTMENT- The School of Music is in a separate building devoted exclusively to its use and has instruments for practice to be rented at moderate prices The aim is to make music an enjoyment and an inspiration in all the rela tions of lifein labor social life school and church Free Courses Classes for Beginners In Singing arc formed each fall and winter giving students some facility in the use of simple songs and fitting them for the various musical societiesThe Society is a permanent organization oj the musical talent of College and town for the study of the best musical productions It gives an annual con cert and appears on other public occasions Students Glee Clubs are maintained one for young women and one for young men The College Band of twentythree pieces is furnished with instruments and given free instruction twice a week Musical Dialects Attention is given to collecting and cultivating the English Ballads which arc sung in the mountains and the Negro Melodies History of MusicLessons in Musical History by Fillmore Special Musical Training Cabinet or Reed Organ Pianoforte Five Grade Course Voice Culture and SingingFive Grade Course Theory of MusicFive Term Course Students may pursue these studies for one or more terms in connection with other college courses For the completion of any of the above definite courses certificate is given- A diploma will be granted on completion of first the Piano course with Theory five terms Musical History and one year of either voice culture cabinet organ or violin or second the Voice Culture course with Theory five terms Musical History and the first three grades of the Piano course to be continued TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CIT IZEN J 4 WEEKS FOR 25 CENTS Tncn with Crnqa Win hum n member of the bridge gang wo king near Littloport was tukoii Middeuly ill Thursday night wRhtrumps mitt u kind of diolorn His east was so severe that ho had to hero the moinlwro of the crow wait tijion him nntl Mr Oiffonl was called mid coimultod lit told there ho hud a mmlicluu in tho form of CiminberUtnH Colic Cholera smith Diairhoea Itomtxly that ho thought would hulp him out sad necorditiKly Hovoral dom w ro ailminUtorwl with tho nHtilt that tho follow WRIt able to ho RWIlIltI1I0d day Tho incident HjMMikH quito highly of Mr Qiffordii nuxliiintw Klkndor lows Aryua This roiuwly novnr fails KfMp it in rour homo it nary save lifo For silo hr S E1Volcll Jr- NOTICE All pontons having claims against the lIItRto of U C IllchardMiu are horoliy notified to file sails with mo properly vorifiiMl for payment on or IN fun August 25 HM at the Ifcrea Hanking Company Hank in BureaIKylIr Hamo will hlrrttlW UIIORTER Admr Di IWIMH non 11 C ItlCIIARDMOS latnt- outt ut 1110 N Whon you go to buy Witch Hazel Salvo look for tho name DoWITT on Svorjr box The pure unadult rat l Witch llaz l in used in making Io Hilts Witch Bawl Halro which is tit Ixxtt salvo in tits world for ruin burns bruisofl boilni czi inaandpilefl The popularity of DoWilfn Witch Hazol Salvo dui to iU many cures has caused nuuiproim worthless j foiinttirfoiU to plaixxl on lie mar ken The genuine boani the namo of E C DoWitt A Co Chicago Sold by East laud Drug Co I have had nrutiMi la UK yocr KIwHXwtM Sli ik aJ Poultry Mcdl tint sndam pltadu sty that MVCS wedanyddntlastock that Jivt tall at jowl ulbljctlon heartily room mend It to all owners of dock J BELSHCK SU Louis Sick stock or x should not rat chap stuck fuuIlI more than sick IKTIUII diuuidezIKd to U u your stuck and poultry are sick tfivu them end icine Uwttstuff tlicui with worth ies stick fl Inltxvl the liowtU andstir up the torpid liver unit the usnd willicurI if it 01- hi tu Cure it Illul Ilr1I1FII1iIUcc nail Poult MIIitl bowel ana iu tin lorpiil liver It cures erwy malady of stuck if talcrn in time turo n Ulcrnt cut PoultryMedicine tin esover HonM work btttf Cows give more milk Ijrain flwu And hCIII lnyiuor fKK ItlIt the LlooJ1fllSlithe smalliit nmouiit of final con sumed Uuy a can from your dealer MARKET REPORT 11 Cincinnati AUR 17 CATTLE Common 2 75 Q 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 41 00 CALVKS Kxtra 6 G 0 7C HOOS Ch packers C5 fir 90 Mixed packers 1i1i 0 8- 5SIfEIiiExtra 31i W 3 35 UAMIIS Kxtra 5 90 W 6 00 FIOUK Spring pat 4 O 0 00- WIIEATNo 2 red O 82 No3 winter Gf 82 COUN No 2 mixed C4 OATSNo 2 mixed O 3- 4It1FNo2 C8 O HA VNew timothy U 13 75- IOIIK Clear family 4t14 75 LAUD Steam W 7 00 HUTTKIl Ch dairy W 12 Choice creamery W 21 APiLESFancy 1 76 W 2 CO IOTATOKS1or bbl 90 02 15- TO1IACCO Now 3 6 9 00 Old U1300 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 O I 90 82YNoCOItNNo 2 mixed if 1i- 2OATSNo2 mixed 34 HYBNo 2 C- 2IOHK Mess 12 62j12 70 LAUD Steam 7 66 7 67 tf New York FLOUR Win strts 3 05 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 4P 86 CORNNo mixed liDIDATS No 2 mixed Of RYE Western 0 C9 PORK Family 17 iW 95 LARD Steam p 8 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 82 fl 82V4 CORN No 2 mixed CGHi lP 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 41 CATTLE Stcorg 6 00 6 25 IIOQS Western U 85 Louisville t WHEAT No 2 red 0 71 CORN No 3 mixed Q 6- 6PATSNo 2 mixed 4y 8i r iI THE PATHWAYS A vtnr in ihuolliiK down the west And left a Urnkof light That Klowiil it moment uliuwlntr where The ineUor tied truvi l d ere rot aye It puwisl Iriiui ltit- Airo ilniVy wtdecttinlly The little KH Unit murk Mher rnii bats IHHHH ore like the Uliht lliui brlitlt shows ihe miteora HUM Dunn xHinltiK ibroUKli the ilnrk K llxr Ill Ililemio 1onlIIroll h AMERICAN SCHOOLSHIPS lalnlelnrd fur the Iurlf Trnln LMg lhq r rr Iii In our MreihHiit Mnrlnr- Tlitt Si Mara anti the Saratoga are two of Mie three American HcliooIsiiliiH on the Atlantic coast Intended exclu sively for niintlcul xihooln to truln boys fur tin inerrhnnt uinrlne TIlt Saratoga nintrollHt by till stale of Ienniyl AUlu mud the stale of MnsKaclniwlts StIMnryn ill niiiliitiilneil by UNI lulInl of tdiicntliin if the rJty of New Vorlt The jiautlril reload tin tlio HI Mnrys under tlio giiporvlilon of the Unlti States that is 11I1It1lhe rnptnln Iii a iktullctl DllJiTr of the UnlUil Slates navy Thu trluxil li Illtstidivl fur buys who In Ht IHini HUH HT MAltY tend to burn iinvlRstlon and acanian hlp combined with a high Irhlol course of Hittillra 10 that they way bi ntteil to tliKaKe ollUcra In the Merchant uiurlnn iiervlre After a student has ronipliteil two crulsen and passed his xamlnntloti lio rwclvca a c rtlllcate tif Kruiluntluu which quallllrs him to nil the rxmlllon of iuartvrmaiitrr or junior otnr r on the great trnnnntlnutlc t ainiinli 111181 Nicholas lloualr Ulllril l llulilnlliH- Tim ioiulur Idea that feathers are a nonronUiictor of lrctrlrlty lalxirlug under which tltlunlon many ueopti scary alxHit lightning Climb undrrfnth IT beds even In miiniiier was xploded lu a ury remarkable manner during it heavy thunderstorm at Chamlwrs burg Ia While the storm was at Its worM n iMilt of llRhinlnc ntrtirk the cen ter of the public squar nnd landed on t a romter which wax running arroixt the openlnR It hit him square on the head nun of course kllltd him Instant ly and also burned all the feathers oil hue bark and hire J MHH Why did layltoyH handwmp sten ccraphcr bare hint so suddenly 7 Ins says she fiend a nutnwr of leI tiTN from hU wits In hli tlrtuk Town Topics Tbm swept s little lisa fracause He could not to to icboJ be was So dreadfully nesr slgbledI- When looking up through tears that rosy He caught those glasses 00 Us nose And trsnt he delighted 1 THE RUDDY FLAMINGO 1 Beautiful Illril 1hlrl1anulll Maud tin our Leg Mini TiirLn the Utlirr p lul uf MitM KlatnliiKoeB In full plumage tire movt gorgeous birds for their top feailirr aro uliiuist scarlet Bomu of those on the wing aro Jet black and underneath some are white A full gruwn bird often from live to six fret In height Whuii they are llylnc they stretch out their long necks and legs ax far an snlble which makes them took very funny This particular kind that you see here comes from tho south of lit DUY KLAMINCOK- 8Kranre and Spain They mane a noise very like geese And they build themselves curious ncaiH uf mud and earth scraped together so as to form a small hillock with a hole on the top HomctlmeM the hillock Is as mulch as 23 or 21 Inches high In the countries where they are found they KO about In flocks of or 400 together When they are feeding send net llnmliiKoes stand at cacti end of ollltonrhIlnhinds constantly turning always keep log a sharp lookout When flying they form themselves thin band each band evidently belnij under the command of a leader and In spite of their long ivckR and legs they are wonderfully graceful Like lute of other lonRlvpRed bled flamlngoeft love to stand on one leg and hhlIhllnIWllllums table manners were note CaleIof a pet coon chnlinvl in the back yard He gripped his furl M though afraid It WRit going to get away from hint und he used It like hayfork Ke proachex and ontreptles were In vain Ills big sUterK pleading Phase WH llnm dont tilt like a pig mule no lin presslon iiHin him One day William and his bosom riend a small neighbor dined alone and William was heard lIaUdarUoliiSay Harry theys nobody here but us Lets rat like hog and enjoy onreel vr Caroline ltckhnrt In Upplncotts- Haltr AllWllml nn lilm When Haby Alice flat saw a row with a bell around Its neck she thought It so funny that nothing could Induce her to leave the spot She stood watch Ink the cow until It slowly walked away Then when till bell began to ring she turned delightedly to her mother exclaiming Oh mamma does the cow ring the bell when she wants the call to rome toupyur1little Chronicle I fADIU Wind That Blew Somebody Good I arrrawra aaf HEN little Tom went out to salt Hn leaned too fir across the rail And dropped his precious glotacal a Ikdiw them sink but never tsar TUV sitting far beneath the blue Vbere wave die long a gnway He clapped hie little fluelorlMp- Tbt so much bener be cvuld sea Aad now fulfilled bia wline NI1 Unit bean II light sad gay For oil be went that very aty And oloed a school of Citixa VODTIIK COMPANION THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lnioii In the Inlrriiiitliinal erlra for tuiiual ai 1IIIIIIIld- d Jonathan TIIU IK8RON TEXT 0 Ham MIS23 11 And Juimtlmti mid unto David 0 lord Sod of liracl when have sounded in father about tomorrow any time or the third day and behold If tliero be good loMurd David nod then und not unto Hire and hew It thee The lx rd do no and much snore to Jonathan hut If It please my father to do thee evil llieu I will slew It Ihee and und thee away that thou niayest go In pence uirU the Lord be with thee us lit hath been with rny father II And ihou ihilt not only while yet I live chew me the klndnen of the lorl that die not Hut also thou halt not cut oft thy ktmlntM from my house for ever no not when the IoN hath cut olT the enemies or David every one from the face of the earth Ho Jonuthnn made it covenant with the hour of David saying Let the Lord even inquire It at the hand of Uuvldi ene InteL And Jonathan cnu ed DuI to wear again because he loved hum lor he loved him ai In oveil his own soul U Then Jonathan said to David To morrow If the new noon and thou shall be missed becnuir thy seat will br empty And when Ihou lutit stayed three Iia then thou hull eo down quickly and some 10 the place sobers thou dldnt hide thyulf when the builneoi was In hand and ulinlt remain by the static Keel 20 Anil I will shoot three arrow on the id thereof an though I shot And tifhoM will lend a 11112JIlIf 00 and out the arrows If expeetuly ray unto the lad llfhold the arrows are on this ride of thce take them Then come hoar for there In pare to thee and no hurt a the Lord llveth- J hut If I pay thus unto the dung man lltkuld liar arrows are J yond thee JO Ihy way for the Lord bath sent theenwny U And tourhlnK the matter which thou and have spoken of behold the Lord be between thee and me for ever iOIli TiTTlirrr Is n Irlenl thai ullcUrlli rlutrr linn n lirullier Ircir INI2- 10tTLINE OK SfllllTCjtB BKCTION David exape Ram I1HI- Javldj appeal to Jonathan Ham 20111 Jonathan connllnt Sam JO1 1- CJonathanH sigaI Sum lnThe egn Klnll1 HnmOdeAl- rhr afferilunule iuuting1 Horn 9 3ull r111rIrobably about Una It LACEilbeah of Haul NOTKH AND TOMMKNTH In nlmt true frlcnililil c iiuUU turn In ihe strength anti beauty nf the tie that existed jet neeu Uiivld anti Joiiiithun Friendship dues not tie inand but Bites i and either would ulll Inply have inudr mrrillcoF for the other Such a friendship I1oHlllle only between persona of exulted char acter Chapter nineteen narrates the tem perry rriuncillnllon htln Saul end Iayld at loiuithnnV rarnext in- terceaion Hut It was rry shunt lived At suns as David again wins renown In liittlr PnnlV loved re turn more violent than ever and the victim nf hula Incline jealousy pstaprs from the tour hJ nljilit amiMed liy hlL wife the VlnpV daughter lie peeks refuge with Sniniirl ut Itnnuih lint liU prrMMiw titers U soon dlwov rted and Bering At uulII approach 1nlnlhnlllu ld slid nut 1111 In he forced Into the life of nn outlaw If he could pot Hily rain iii In prner and safety nt the court So by liege lonatlinn tc dlnorer If povtltuV the reuse of the kings anlmokitv toward him Jon nthnnV tiiifiiine dUpuvltlon xouttil tIll Idea that Soul dr Ire l David death or that lds dislike was really lrlllllulnt but Pnvld feared the worst The two friend arrange together that ill the frost of the new moots tvhlrh was to occur the next tiny Tonal linn lnmld muke n final attempt to reronrilp the king tf DavidThen nc the two friends walked through the flfIdhlit consclou that It mlfht prove their Inst meeting thry unlnmilv rowed dint Ihrlr mutual frirtuUhlp shinild be Instlnp should continitr even tn their dritvnd ants When Jehovah hath cut nfl the rnriiilm of David lonnllmiis faith In Dnvido fnttiri ic remnikublf In chill of David dcNpcrnle condition hunt tiny hU friend brlleved In him mud iitIliVed be untild ntie day be ling of Urnil JonnthiinV utter lock of jenlou y under such olrcimiMimreK U truly rhrUtllkr- lonalhaii promised to round his fn her ini the folloIiif front day us to hls fee rg townnl David nnd agreed to report to David nt their reiidi vous on tin third day AH n private Inter view might be prevented by the prig ence of pies or others they arranged the tljn as vcrlbed In verses 2052 r that Iii tinycnse Iivd might readily know whether or not It were neeeu any for Mm to flee from the country The rest of title chapter should br fnlthfiitly rind At tlio appointed feud DaVld absencr U noted by the tile king who hud probably planned hls denth on that occasion Tonuthan HiiUlily dUccotrm Souls Impldcnblc hntrrd of his rival and risks liii own life vainly In defending David from Mir royal chute The account of the parting of Ihr frlendx at the trystlnp ploce on the third day Is brief but lKnlflcant of their strong attachment They neveiiuetaffnin buttoner Monatlum loved David as hiO1n snot And why Ilecause hits soul was like the MIH of David because he wax modest he loved Davids modesty be cause he was brave he pored Davids courage bccniur he was vlrtuou he loved 1allds goodness Charles Ftngeley IllACTICAL filTOaKSTIONB A true friend will always stand up for his absent tunic A true friend will forfeit even life Itself to prnttvt the one he loves A true friend seeks to give rather tlmn J1Jt his joy U in benefiting his comrade Trae Troth Srlfdenial in the secret of dellgnt treat treasures do not need large Ito tacts Men who will carve their own fortunes iiiust expect to cut their owullo IIrrlJlaw5 Horn i f m FAMOUS PEDESTRIANS Itn Uoynltr Ham hunt mbtlra AIUUUK the Exponent of IrdolrlnnUin Interest In long dlatanee walking first aroused by the stuck exchanges little Jaunt to Brighton Is but another stance of history repeating Itself Rare ly a century ago the feats of Capt Bar clay and others attracted sufficient at tention to send the town almost mad with excitement nays the Strand Maga zilleJovellloyulty Itself has been numbered among the exponents of pedestrlanlsm and that muchabused monarch Charles II is certainly entitled to respect as a flue specimen of an all round sportsman Apart from enjoying perhaps the unique distinction among English sovereigns of riding his own horses to victory at New market Charles was also noted for his walking powers and It has been stated that none could excel him In his favorite walk from Whitehall to Hampton court The earliest long distance walker whoso performances were authenticated appears to have been Foster Powell a limb of the law with a penchant for walking from London to York and back JIll first Journey was made In 1773 when he covered the distance of 391 miles in six days with nearly six hours to spare At the close of 1808 Capt Barclay fairly electrified the whole country by undertaking for a wage of 1000 guinea to walk 1000 miles In 1000 hoursamllo In every hour such a performance be ing then quite unprecedented The match was much discussed a start being mode over Newmarket heath on June 1809 lasting until July 12 or nearly 42 days In all No performance was bet ter authenticated and no thoroughly did the judges perform their task that the state of the weather was recorded and an elaborate diary written up each day uniting forth the pedestrians condition As nearly ever one knows Capt Barclay proved successful In his lengthy Undertaking This Interesting diary how ever discloses the fart that he not only came within an ace of losing the match limit It was only by exercising the most determined courage that he succeeded In overcoming the painful exhaustion resulting from the loss of regular sleep for such a lengthy period Ills weight at starting was substantial being 13 stone pounds while at the finish after taking a bath anti nourishment and sleeplngal most continuously for 17 hours he was able to turn the scale at 11 stone The pedestrians bill of fare during this walk was no lose gigantic than the task ac complished Breakfast at five consisted of such trifles as a roast fowl washed down with a pint of strong ale and followed by two cupfulB of tea with bread an butter After what up pears a very lengthy Interval lunch followed at 12 either from beefsteaks or mutton chops of which latter commodity his chronicler guardedly remarks that the captain ate a con tfldewblt quantity Dinner at six eon sisted either of roast beef or more chops with which be drank porter and two or three glasses of wine and to wind up the day an he commenced supper at 11 consisted of a cold fowl thepedestroln hay ing we are told consumed five or six pounds of animal food during the 24 hours garnished with such vegetables as were In season After 1S17 the craze for longdistance walking seems almost to have died out only to appear attain a quarter of a cen tury ago although in the interval two members of the talc sex were credited with equaling Cupt Barclays great walk truly remarkable Instances of feminine endurance If properly authenti cated In 1851 altO a sprightly country dante wanting barely 16 years to become a centenarian suddenly resolved to fvsomething of the world and according ly Nary CalllaackaCornlstl tlshwomun actually succeeded In walking from Lance to Uuulim a distance of nearly aoo miles In order to view the wonders of the great exhibition In Hyde 1urk Mary created a great sensation there be lug noticed by Queen Victoria CIVILIZATION IN FAR NORTH The Iuliirr Iliiiiir nf u IHIKI iicr- ltulturul mud Mining l ulnlluu Commenting on President Roosevelts recent prediction that Alaska will contact within the uext century a popula tion as large us that of Scandinavia the Engineering and Mining Journal puts on record Its belief that the possibilities of far northern regions exceed those of the tropics no tar as the development civilization is concerted It says We are among those who believe In the great northwest as the future home of a large agricultural und mining popu lation The wheat lauds on the eastern slope of the Rocky mountains In Alberta and Afcalnlbola have already taken their place us one of the granaries of the vorlduud on the western side of the con tinental divide there Is a stretch of coun try which for mineral resources Is hardly surpassed by may portion of the Cor dillera Added to this natural wealth here Is a climate which is favorable to lie breeding of a strong and manly race inch as can and will work for progress with an energy contrasting strikingly with the relaxing temperament to be found In the tropics Besides we know that Il Is easy tn mitigate cold when It Is impossible to escape the effects of ex cexslve heat Man Is better built to face the low temperatures of the north than the debilitating fevers of the south The Worn Vi l Even the weather has Its commence ment season this year said the candi late for the padded rrII Hows that queried the inquisitive loarder who is always borrowing trouble from the wrong pawnshop Its the season when the sun com neuces to confer degrees upon the ther iiometcr replied the hopeless case Chicago Dally News 1 Ntceieary Cipeises for Twelve Weeks School Pertoni who board themselves eec rpello1I inch or little M they chooaejen living expeun- eItpajito have t tittle ears money orlect- areshooks and otherthing But the neceuarr expense are onlY u hollows To pay the lint day School Er peas lOtUS LtDIP STALLIneldentatHonpltal Fee 2l as 00CFurnished Room Inel 4 2S 25 Flat Mouths Board 6 uu 00 1700 00 To pay during the term I M Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 a 0n Beginning 8d Mo Boird ft 6 m lI 25 00 Oeol Uepoilt returned 00 I 00 Total Espeni II Wek 17 BO 1700 r For thoxeb lowJA Iramrnar deduct the K for book and II from Incidental Ire making the otat only It5I1 When four girls room together each urn U more on room and furl making the total only 1180 It clauetl blow crammer Room and fuel i ml oue done nor In the Muter term Two room for houtekeoplug with store etc n usually Iw rented for train 14 tote a term The price of a big rnlf a Hull tunburk or a few bow pan bed ooers will air a term of nclmol whleu will dinner nnIwhole life for the better Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer UILDINO F IJeocTRADE COPTRIOHTI DESIGNS AoIeroding a sketch and deacrletinn mat lonatccruln oar opinion free whether an Intention li probably pu entab e Cnnmuniea Uont itrlctIr oonfldantial Handbook cm lat nta ror lecurlntr I lnIagencylatents Mmu A pedarnatlte without cbarre in the SCientific American- A handsomely Illortnrfed weekly IAraest dronlatloa of any irlentlOo loarnal Terms U a r tour montbi II ail newtdoalera tiU1I Co i= k Om ttlt WadllIICtt LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD k Tim table In Effect May 24 Isos V Ontn North Train 4 Dully Leave Bares to 3 20 am Arrive Richmond 3 52 a m Arrive Paris to 5 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati to 7 30 am DailyLoaveArrive Richmond 25 p m Arrive Paris to 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m r DallyLeaveArrive Livingatos205 p m llyLeaveArrive Livingston12 30 arn Trains No and No 5 inake con nection at LJvinteton for Jellico and the South and No 27 J W Stephens FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN STATE KENTUCKY Ticket Agent FAIR THE PAID WORLDS rAIA bchool cblldrea tall pwmw invited to rote to popalarla i centi each Un teat at one time All money over sad above trip expenses of teach era to erection of the Kentacaynuildlngatthe Ex position liveryvoter given of ka a worthy canae apd Important object have beta aided at the same time a 4renopltlollducted KdacatlooalExhibit Con mittee of Kentucky Kxhibil Association the orltanlu Uoa formed to raise for a Kentucky Bulldlnff and full display ot the Slates pro resources at havlagfailedlion Eveir educator in the pubiMemrrsotbeduaUonaltroabtbttVommltreealone Names of all schoolchildren voting to be have an educational exhibit occuprinff aw nquaie feet of in this 1ataaofEducatton The Exposition Li to W the tintheworldhia tory The uotearbe1l chOHn be Iadeed bring tendered Iblstrlp totheFair ne elertlla moll popuar t ftcnon caUaclbe1arcelt number of vutci wimp be mllowcd tosend twe tucbcnUe most popular and tile iccond moil popular m tons WILL BE m cms mot TTA coxsntirroio A BALLOT At tea cents each every school child U th Plata will be able to nit at lust one vets foe bra wiler favorite teacher hutthevoting will not be cooaoed to acbool children PREJTS OP PCTIM 0 ANY OP Bill ramps BIT vote The purpoi of the Assort pubtiegeuerallydedrestousttcatotesitauybeaoneDvone It not thatUaa e UeprraonTOtUig be grten atalL Allnftbe tileKealucktile couu1 apllBre alked theoretoga Uadr plainly to the ballot ALL EXFKXSES Or TIE Tlicmi WILL M PAD by the Association This will loclode i railroad trio portatlon frost tettliTlUa to Bt Lovla and return board at ooe of the beat hotels la tbe city for six days and admlulon to Uit arpeaiUoa ground for alz days tripmoreprowould make a total oh Uoteadletl hat u there are only try counties In Kentucky the Aaiacia gofromALL TtiClTM IX TUK8TATB T15B OX AH KQUAtrOOTIKa in thla contest The teuber gveorsizllmes a many earolletlohlorsersebootbeansetheeotlagisnotcoo8nedtchll4re Tile publlo be an adlVotes maybe cast for any person who taught school during tooi or la teaching now This Is orlccembaytbeopporuelty t ASTSrnDEnOPBAlMTSHiTBICASTATOJBTnre There I nehiatit The moradol f tars tent lu for any one teacher the more votea he or abe will be credited with TRRL1tDOLLACASTS IpTY voTES l TEN nOLARa CASTa a L1U24DRED VOTIte ONr UONDRRD IIOL LARS CArTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received tbllconteatMfl and abore that Died In defraying expenses of the m most teachers of the Stale on tbrtr trlpa to the Worlda Fair will go for the rice lion eta Kentucky Buildlnr t Iheet oaltlonao every voter in this contest may have the addi tional of knowing that ha ba aided worthy TtTE STAtDI50 OF TITE COSIESIAKTt Will BB caDleIihow his or her friend how tbe net U being run IIoftheDirtbolomtw Loulivllle Prof P Paul Anderaon Lexington t Dr Chile Palmer Danville Pres lDrRMeliesryRhoadsSpencer LoulerUle Mia Paths L 1llItIlrmIly E raekn 11111 e and Mrs U D Tucker Loulivllle Members of Ut sttteeareaot eUgible to election In i this contest REBEBBEB XTEBT COURT BlXCTt ITS OWI VAT68ITK IUCDL eopctltJon betaconntlra only applies to the nee for the taoth triP t e tOCIal outside II ana casting the largest total otel being anal4tl the dlMiscttonofseudlagtwMchera coalrtlItorrarranged each teacher chose b isl the Jane July August env tn which he Or she waste to asks the trip CUP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1I3AtWe 7 L4 of as the most popular teacher in county ONn DOLLAR JtNCLOSEDI0 JoeOlliw l Taa- ltOc 16oDaIeaswreaiM 4M e ye 100 o IOa Voters Ire let iced to el 1t4t the AsaodatiMwaaU alt school children votlg to de a a It will stroll l br a ielncky votes bs1 the of Madl ballets direct U the aacretaI71 tie Association or to the pa r ftomwhich piperppedAdditional ballo KemlttancM a petta tapresa Deal weary order or la cantBcjr MMtf lUJfc AWreuaDeommaatatin5tR Secretary JCIulWe Ry Subscribe for The Citizen J r Tr-i THE CITIZEN HHHHHHIIl H II II+HJJ Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name if not for publication but a i an evidence of good faith Write plainly 1 t HIXIXH +XII HtNIX +II fn1IIII+HN H I+HHHMH4 JACKSON COUNTYI1 CLOVER 1MarriNon the 8th at the home of the brides parents on Birch Lick Miss Polly Sloan and Wm Azbill of this place Good rains and the r farmers are all smiles Miss Bertie Hale who has boon on the sick list is able to be out againJohn Dean who has the school at McKee Ky had to dismiss and is at home very sick Dr Hays of McKee has several bad cases of typhoid fever in the surrounding vicinity Miss Ida Hays is visiting her brother in Grayhawk r lyOn the 17th inst Mrs T J Coyle was taken ill and a Berea physician sent forMrs Margaret Smith is quite sickThe school at this place is getting along nicely under the care of Miss Pattia Moyers teach lAerAsa result of whisky some of It the young men around Sand Gap engaged in a fight Sunday and it left some of them with sore heads No feud only caused by the devils broth McKEE Last Monday was County Court day here aud a large crowd attended Considerable interest was manifested in the race for the nomination for Jailer The convention comes off j Saturday It is to be a Precinct Con vention held at the various yoUng r booths in the County at one oclock p m A Republican candidate for Circuit Court clerk will be nominated at the same time Mr R M Brad shaw has no opposition for this nomin ation Quite a number of my friends have wondered why I was not a candidate for reelection for Circuit Court clerk I have at no time even considered the question ofrunning though solicited by a number to do so My official term will expire Jan 3 1904 after which I expect to devote my time to the practice of law Two 4 years from now I expect to be a candidate for County Judge in thiS countyD G Collier who has sold his house and lot here to R M Brad shaw may lacate in London W H Clark has been in attendance at th- eN Owsley Circuit Court during the past week He is employed in some important casesfibs Frank Hays of Berea who has been visiting Mrs C A Smith of this place for two or I three weeks has returned home Mrs Smith accompanied her home and will spend two or three days visiting at Berea and at Kerby iKnob before she returnsA great many cases of typhoid fever have developed in this town and vicinity in the last few months Among the latest cases are Mrs J M Hignite Miss Katie Towles and Albert HundleyCorn crops have come out greatly in this county since the recent rains They will be fairly good John F Dean Iytheteacher of our Public school was taken sick last Tuesday and school had to be dismissed for an indefinite time and Mr Dean has gone home Last Saturday evening at the Tyner cemetery we attended the burial of Bro Green A Moore of that neigh borhood He died with a complica tion of diseases after a very short illness Your correspondent and better two thirds visited relatives in Kingston Paint Lick and Berea last weekJ F Engle our clever county court clerk was in Booneville two or three days last week on legal business Miss Mary Sparks is stay- Ing with Mrs Moore since Miss Katie Towles had to go home on account of l illness GEO C MOORE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY r Rance Browns little daughter Zula is very sick with erysipelas at their home near Ottawa Mr and Mrs Will Marth and five children who came back from Indiana a month ago expect to return to that state and make their homeA J Sargent of Hiatt is spending a month or two in CincinnatiJotham Brown of Ot tawa attended the Lexington Fair last weekRance Brown Sr and Manville Caldwell of Bee Lick neighborhood visited friends and rela tives in Garrard county the past week Playing marbles is the mostpopu lar pastime with both the young and old in this county Tho corn crop over the county in general promises to be very good Miss Molly Adams of near Hiatt returned Sunday from an extended visit with friends and 4relatives at Livingston Her sister Miss Susie Adams will remain in 4 i JJ Livingston for some time yetA quantity of bridge timber is being gotten out near Brodhead and taken to that station for shipment The logs range from 40 toG feet in length Mr Woods store at Conway was broken into Wednesday night of last week and quantity of clothing taken J H Jerrett who was bitten by a copper head snake about a month ago is still suffering from the effects of the bite The poison is not yet all out of his system Mrs J H Jerrett expects to leave this week to joiu her daughter Dolly at Aurora Ind where Miss Dolly is already visiting with relatives THE CITIZEN is taken by every family in the village of Con way with the exception of one Scaffold Cane NOTICE Three denominations Baptists Methodists and Christians will have a reunion on the fifth Sunday Aug SOat the old church a collection will be taken up for the benefit of rebuilding a fence around the grave yard It has been sadly neglected and stockare tramp ing the graves of our loved ones and forefathers ROCKFORD There is a protracted meetinggoing on at the Clear Creek Baptist church Mr and Mrs J W Toddand children were the guests of Mr and Mrs J J Martin SundayMr and Mrs I L Martin and Mr and Mrs W II Stephens visited Mr and Mrs A T Abney SundayM B McGuire of Crooked Creek was on Scaffold Cane SundaySquire J M Reynolds and wife visited Mr and Mrs Henry Abney SundayI L Martin was in Berea Monday BOONE Died in the evening of Aug 16th Willie the small child of Mr and Mrs George Parker of Sniders Switch burial at Scaffold Cane Aug 17Mr Wm Kirby is very sickat this writing Messers George Poyn ter and Joseph Wren of this place are visiting the latters brother in Lincoln county this weekMr Eden Wren who was taken Friday is some some better at this writing Mrs Ida Wren Mrs John McCollum and Mrs Sallie Moore visited Mrs Etta Lambert SaturdaySchoool in District No 20 is progressing nicely under the care of Mr John Scrog gineJ H Lambert of this place- is loading three cars of wood for tho LN R R Co- MADISON COUNTY WilLACETON E T Hudson and wife of Dreyfus were the guests of Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Hudson is a brother of Mrs GabbardMr and Mrs James Baker and daughter Katie Mr and Mrs Charlie Baker and daughter Stella Mr and Mrs John Mann paid Elias Wallace of Berea a visit Thursday lastMr and Mrs H C Wylie with their son and daughter John and Ratio visited Mrs Wylies parents Mr and Mrs Elias Baker at Gum Sulphur Saturday and Sun dayRev Murill preached at the Baptist church at Wallaceton Satur day aud Sunday in the absence of Rev WillsMr and Mrs Warren Elkins visited Mr and Mrs Robert Gentry SundayMr and Mrs W M Guinn entertained at dinner Pun day the following named poisons Messers Ross L Hoekins Binam Pitts W M Rogers and Bige Est ridgeRobert Botkins and Misses Laura Estridge Mattie Keen Mary Botkins Bottle Elkins Lucy and Sal lie Cade Alice Lauson Pearl Vener able Mary Ogg Annie Jones Nannie and Mary Gabbard Mr and Mrs W M Todd and Mrs Lizzie Johnson were the guests of Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard SundayMiss Bessie Flanery of Berea is the guest of Misses Sarah and Alice Lauson this weekMrs Rachel Duck has gone to Shelby City for a few days Misses Sarah and Alice Lauson visited their sister Mrs Pete Moore at Glade last week Meeting commenced Pleas WednesdayRobert Il linois for some months returned home last weekLittle Pearl Anderson of grandfather Clean old newspapers Co a package at the CITIZEN office I t 9 THE COMMONWEALTH =NOAKS ON THE STAND He Gave His Testimony In the Caleb Powers Trial Georgetown Ky Aug 19The di rect and cross oxnminatlon of Caleb Powers on the stand in his own de tense was concluded Tuesday after noon and the defense had an Inning with Robert Noaks tho common wealth witness He was confronted with a statement made by him at Danville Ill on December 9 1900 to Max Lewis of Louisville and Attor ney W B Jewell of that place In that statement Noaks charged Attor ney Campbell with trying to secure hIm to swear falsely to secure the con viction of Jim Howard and of Flnlcy and Powers and told him of buying witnesses Ho made the statement but said that after making It he told Lewis and Jewell that It was a fact that he refused to swear to it or ever to sign It lie explained his peculiar conduct by saying that at the time he made the statement ho was willing to help Caleb Powers out of his trou ble for he Noaks was preparing to go to Brazil to stay for good The defense produced and had soaks Iden tify letters which he had written to Powers soliciting him to send some one to Danville to got tho statement referred to above McKenzie Todd of Frankfort pri vate secretary to Gov Taylor also testified Tuesday Ho told of seeing Youtsey about tho executive depart ment and the private office of Caleb Powers a few days before tho shooting armed with n gun and looking at the windows Youtsey admitted this while on tho stand- GEORGETOWN COLLEGE The Resignation of President D D Gray Was Accepted Georgetown Ky Aug 19At n meeting of the board of trustees of Georgetown college Tuesday after noon tho resignation of President B D Gray was accepted A committee of five was appointed to select his site censor Dr Arthur Yager was elected chairman of tho board of trustees with full executive powers Revs Dr T T Eaton Carter Helm Jones W W Hamilton Loulsvnie Preston Blake Lexington U B Bai Icy Winchester J F Williams Ver sallies and II A Sumnoll Danville were made a cooperative committee to Increase the endowment to the point to comply with conditions of a recent offer from John D Rockefeller Kentucky River Trip Lexington Ky Aug 19The per sonal friends of Gov Beckham at the invitation of Capt Jack Adams have arranged a delightful trip along tho Kentucky river in a flotilla of boats provided for the occasion The trip will begin at 11 oclock Wednesday night and last until 1 oclock next morning She Leaped From the Train Paducah Ky Aug 19Mrs Sarah Ballowe an aged lady Jumped from nn excursion train and was fatally In jured She got aboard In the depot thinking the train would stop at Trim ble street It did not and she leaped while the train was running at a lively rate Exempt From Taxation Lexington Ky Aug 19Tho gen oral council in joint special session adopted an ordinance exempting from taxation for a period of five years a large tobacco factory and warehouso which the Continental Tobacco Co announces It will erect here The Florence Fair Covington Ky Aug 19The annual fair at Florence given under tho auspices of the Boone County Agri cultural association will begin August 26 and continue four days Tho at tractions are greater and the premium list larger than ever before Farm Hand Found Wandering Petersburg Ky Aug 19PInk Botts 18 a farm hand was struck in tho head a few days ago by Will Ho maines a farmer In the county and was found wandering around in n dazed condition almost starved Arm Mangled By a Belt Frankfort Ky Aug 19Enoch Johnson aged 23 a sawyer at tho Choato planing mill was severely In jured by being caught In the belting Ills arm woe so mangled and bruised as to necessitate amputation Two New Banks Petersburg Ky Aug 19A bank at Union and one at Illchwood this county will begin operations in a few days Linn Frazier Is cashier of tho Union bank and John Byland of tho Rtchwood one- Prominent Physician Dies Sturgis Ky Aug 1DDr W A Jones aged 70 a prominent physician of Union county died Tuesday Ho was widely known throughout West ern Kentucky and Indiana as a prac titioner Subscriptions Still Coming Paducah Ky Aug 19 Subscrip lions for tho Kentucky exhibit at tha Worlds fair continue to como in Al ready about 1000 has been raised and 1600 more Is expected Accidentally Shot Himself Plnevlllo Ky Aug 19Dr Sidney Green a dentist accidentally shot himself while handling a revolver Tho wound while of a serious nature Is not considered fatal Madlsonvllle Ky Aug 19Flro damaged J W Ducks grocery store 5000 Partly covered by Insurance POWERS ON THE STAND He Testified In His Own Behalf at the Afternoon Session Georgetown Ky Aug ISCaleb Powers took tho witness stand In his own defense at tho afternoon session af court Monday KxanilniM by Judge Jero It Morton of his counsel he toll tho story ho has rupratcd on tho stand on each of his preceding trials in sorted now matter now and thou bv entering denial to tho story told by Frank Cecil of hell county that he was seeking some one to enact tho rolo of assassin Ho was very earnest In his denial of the Cecil matter In making answer to questions tho de fendant continually made explanation of what he meant A number of times ho fell into error In making those ex planations and was corrected by tho court Attorneys Franklin anti Camp bell followed his recital closely ant often Interrupted Tho defendant de nied that ho ever had other motive In bringing tho mountain army 10 Frankfort than to show tho democratic majority of tho general assembly the Intense feeling of tho republican voters of the state and said It had nothing whatever to do with tho mur der With his answers to questions It is plainly evident that Powers do tense this time will be that Henry Youtsey fired tho shot The direct examination was not con cluded Monday and the defendant will be on the stand all day Tuesday and probably longer Attorney Campbell will crosscxamlno for tho state The state witness Robert Noakes who occupied the morning session was released Immediately on tho opening of the afternoon session of court but Is to be recalled Tuesday morning by tho defense to lay foundation for con tradiction The stato witness Henry Broughton has not recovered from his debauch Ho will be put on Tuesday or Well nesday the commonwealth securing that agreement before closing Its case WOMEN INDICTED It Is Alleged They Urged Men on to Do Murder Beattyvllle Ky Aug 18 America and Rublcca heard mother and daugh ter have been Indicted at tho special term of the Owsley circuit court at Boonevllle charged with complicity In tho murder of Delaney Peters for which Joe Don Sam and Robert Allen have already been Indicted Peters killed n brother of the Aliens and was sentenced to three years In the penitentiary and then given a now trial The Aliens grew Impatient and It Is said shot him to death at tho home of Deputy Sheriff Wilson It Is alleged that the women located Peters prepared the guns and urged tho Aliens to tho deed In revengo for tho death of their kinsman An Attempt at Lynching Louisville Ky Aug lSA mob of men and boys attempted to lynch Wil liam Cook Cook who Is an omployo of the Frank James and Cole Younger wild west show threw a stono at n small boy who tried to crawl under the tent and struck 11 year nld Lizzie Meyer In the head fracturing her skull and Inflicting a wound from which sho will probably die- SundaySchool Convention Lexington Ky Aug lSTho State Sundayschool association convened In this city Tuesday for a three days session Several delegates were on hand Monday night but the larger portion did not get In until Tuesday morning Big Tobacco Fire Petersburg Ky Aug lSThe big building occupied by Berkshire Me Wcthy 8 Co as a warehouse and containing 20000 pounds of tobacco waS totally destroyed by fire of an un known origin early Monday The loss on the tobacco Is 11000 uninsured To Be Tried For Murder Lancaster Ky Aug lSTho Gar rard circuit court convened Monday for tho regular three weeks term James Rogers Jesse Alford and Ben Mctcalf will probably be tried for mur der The last named killed his broth er last April Reunion of Morgans Mien Lexington Ky Aug lSThe local surviving members of Morgans command left Tuesday morning for Parlc Nicholas county to attend tho reunion of what Is known as Mor gans Men which begins there Tues day Boys Quarrel Ends In Murder Hopklnsvlllo Ky Aug lSIcwla Hart and Jarban White aged 14 Mon day quarreled at Howcll In this coun ty Hart followed White home and shot him to death In a room White was unarmed Hart surrendered 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