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I HMM+HHH+IM+ E I intend X 1H C- VOL VI A Faintly Taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 5 1901 One dollar n Toar NO 29 l IDEASIA fast horse run away with his ntafttorH moneyIIt Is safer to provo n mnn n than to call him QUO If peoples cnnnot afford to lw ill they are more likely to keep well Avoid exciting suspicion Con fudulIIIIUDo not Map to tie your khon in u melon patch FROM THE WIDE WORLD- A rumor which gabne circulation in St Petersburg Unit nu nttcmpt had been mndo to luwofisinalo the Cxnr at Vilnn wn denied The Porto has forbidden the pcd tiling of Bibles in the streets of Tur key on the grounds that such miles confttitute n propaRnndn which under TurkWi law is prohibited After ono of the longest and pltiolci ml rwTwlancwi on record tho Run sinus at Port Arthur have capitulated on terms honorable to tho garrison Fifteen thousand RiiMlatm art ro xried to ho stole or wounded in Port Arthur hospitals IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Now Ywirn reception at tho Wbllo lIouM was a brilliant and xxtacular affair Tin condition of Tltcaloro Thomas it the veteran orchestra lender of Chili ergo in less fnvombk r The brief of tho Government in the Heof Trust case was presented 1o the United States Supremo Court The Northern Securities tajtnc lion has beau dtiwolvwl by till United Stalls Circuit Court tit Philadelphia In keeping with nu agreement t made six year ago when he was Governor of New York President ItooHovclt will bo dined February 14 by tho Hungarian Republican Club of New York By the bursting of n fiftyton fly wheel one man was killed outright four others badly hurt and the plant of tho National Tulle Works Com pany at roKecport Pn damaged to the extent of tllOO000- The Katy Flyer of tho Missouri Kansas snit Twins railmjul was wirckwl near noohox rt Missouri Tho engine Kiggagw cur combina Boll car and two conches wore turned over In a ditch but no ono was klllMl A few Sunders ago Miss Helen Mould visited the famous Jerry Mo Auley Miaiion in Now York cityand nmilo a short addretw There wore not hews than fifty reformed drunk an premtnt who told of tho Influence of tho mission on their lives Los Angela Cal Dec 28 Cap slopIoutidalnjust arrived nt Port Angohs tells of picking up twenty six castaways at sea who had been drifting about TheyhatElvion which had burin at son A comet was sighted on the even ing of January J by Prof Porter director of the Cincinnati Olmervato ry Observed through the new six teen inch telrecoiw installed last March by the Universityof Cincin nati it WM fairly bright Tho comet lies no tail and is Prof Porter is satisfied the Boreal comet observed ono night previously in Europe COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- Dr A C Wood ono of the most prominent citizens of Ovvensx ro is lend Nearly 1000000 barrels of oil were produced by Kentucky wells JMt year and the Standard Oil Com puny got its share Tho Kentucky Railroad Commis lion is in session at Mt Sterling in vestigating charges of extortionate charges filed against railroads St Johns Eruptive Hospital is without patients of any kind mud there is no smallpox in Louisville something unusual in January agrolt1todivorced porflonn except in cases whom limn separation is hailed on scriptural grounds Judge J P Holmon was sworn in as Chief Justice of tho Kentucky Court of Appeals nUll Judge James COllrtcromGrcenup Kyf Jan 2Five pris oners broke jail last night and 01- 1cnpcl1 TJlc were John Patrick John Williams Indicte- dt Andy Lewis and Chas Fratter awaiting grand jury action and James Abrams sentenced to two years for breaking n night house This is the Hftcoml time Patrick Williams and Abrams have broken tho jail and it is the fifth delivery in tho punt fifteen months i t 1HIHMHICl rlZEN r mrrtfrrwerwttt wrrerrrttrrattss4 Tt t44Mtfi An Old FczwrrtefffffF- ffffft4fff4ffffhfbbftFt4fffffff ij LOVELY MARY DONNELLYB- y William AIIin hm l WirMAU AIUKOHAM Irish pout sad eo born at lullyihuiinan In 1KJ and died In In rarly life he wu cmi luy U In the otwtorrm UtorWujl Ireland Ijilrr he went to Bngl nl le njn ature and JournalUm Nor a time tae wn e Kntccr MaKaslne Among the best known ithe+ V 1 lovely Mary Donnclljr Its you I lore the beat + 011If fitly girls wore round you Id hardly see the lie wliHt it tinny the tlmo of tlllJ the platxj be restiSweet looks or Mory Donnelly they bloom tHer eyes like mountain water tltntft flowing on a rock How clear they are how dark they are and tliey Rive mo many a shock lied romuis wnrm In minhlne and wetted with a shower Could neer express the charming lip that tits me In 1U loner t tier nose U straight And handsome her eyebrows lifted up fIHer chin U very neat nod port and smooth like a china cup Her hairs the brae of Ireland so weighty ami so nile tIts rollliiR down upon her neck and gathered III a twine 4 The dunce o last hit Monday night exceeded all before No prolty girl for mImiIe about was mbisiug from the lloor gnrlfiheWhen ale stood up fir dancing her steps coca no complete Tim music nearly killed Itsolf to listen to her feet The flddjer moatiHl Ills blindness ho heard her to much praised Itut blessed lilmiwlf ho wutnt deaf when oucolier volcu she ralswl And ovcrroonj Im whistling or lilting what you sung Your smile Is always In my heart your name benldo my tongue lint youve as mnllIICttharl nil youd count on lIon your harts Anti for myself there not a thumb or little finger suiiids Uhf youre the flower o womankind In or In town TIw higher I exalt you the tower Im cast If some great lord should como this way And you to be his lady Id own It was but downIOh might wo live together In a lofty palace Whore joyful music rises and where scarlet Oh might we live together In a cottage With coals of grass tIle only root and mud the only walll O lovely Mary Donnelly your l nutys my distress Its far too bcaulcoiu to Ito mine but Ill never wish It less file proudwit pmts would fit your fow nod I am tsar and low nut blessings be about you dear wherever you mummy go Mffffffff t4t f ffffffff4++ Mtffffffffff t f WINTER TERM Opens with a Ruth Delegations of Stu dente from all Counties In Catttrn and Central Kentucky Many Parents Cones to Bring their Children CollegeCollegemont Applied SoiencoTrado Courses Schoolsoponelin day January t Prompt Arrivals Many students were on hand before the opening so that the offices wore crowded all Clay Tucfldiiy New Equipments The School was never so well equipped for tho reception of its students Several hundred dollars worth of now looks have appeared in the Library New glol cs and other expensive apparatus may lw seen in each ono of tho thirty school and class rooms Tho rooms in the In dustrial Building are heated with steam and most of thorn have special arrangements for bringing fresh warmed air in tho room Prof Masons Farm Lecture room is a wonder with its tables and boxes Sind apparatus for currying on farm Dud garden in tho honso Three rooms in time new Chapelare to le occupied this winter And most interesting of all its tho now hoso cart with rubber pipes to bo fastened to tho waterworks which will sJiirt water over our tallest buildings Practical Studios Tho various industrial branches attract special attention Peoples minds can be developed by studying lngThonursing cooking laundry work along with their geography mid grammar The boys are learning carpentry printing nnd agriculture along with their arithmetic and history Tho class in farming for tho winter term is likely to do more for tho prosperity of our people than any other Music Tho College Band and Glee Club furnish much entertainment for all Every student has a cluincu to learn to sing without extra charge For n small few many girls are learning to play on tho cabinet organ mid will soon be able to give lessons at thick homes BO that all our Sundayschools may Jmve the help of this organ music The Parents Some students conic on their own responsibility with little help or en o courngement from their parents But an unusual number of parents canto this year to get their children started We full veryairs in Barm with so many prominent citizens in town preachers and sheriffs doctors farm ers business men and ladies The Cos of Education The expense for tho winter terns in most departments is only 27 Of this 17t0 is duo the first day 0 the 28th day 5160 tho fifith tiny and 5100 commies back to time student when ho returns his hooks key and rooinfuriiMiitiRrt the last day Stu dents in Academy and Latin Normal pay 100 moro tho first dayand students in College pay 52more They Come from Far Moro students than ever are coin VirginiaOldnumber who have prepared for Col loge at Mr Moys schools in Mas Rnchuselts and Chicago aro now entering Boren New Year Resolutions 1 I will strive this year to bring my whole life including my business und pleasures into harmony with the will of God because for that I was made 2 I will Btrivfl to Intro my wholo lifo ruled by tho law of uiiHoliish love the law of tho universe 3 Obedient to this law rwil1 strive to love God with nil my being nnd to advance his holy and loving rule everywhere 4S love includes gratitude I will strive to show to my Saviour that I nm grateful for his redeeming work by living as a saved person should and by watching for his return f In following time law of love I will strive to bring my fellowmen everywhere to a personal knowledge of God through Jesus Christ ns their highest privilege 0 To tho end that I may win them to Christ and eternal life J will strive to bo in every way in word and deed a Jielp to my fellowmen and a stumbling block to none 7 Since to do these things passes my power I will spend munch time in prayer and in the study of the Bible nnd in fellowship with other Christians and I will not bo content save as I nm dully and hourly filled with the Holy Spirit REV A E THOMSON goodsTocut tho price of huts right in two C J HnuBon Co I j wJl Morning Of all site tarT honors horn Away old night U stealing And upward springs the laughing morn I A Joyous life revealing flue eyed the tomes with tresses tprtad And br nlh than Incense sweeter treadIhtThe tall corn briiklr stirs Its sheaves A thousand buds have burst The soft green Calyx that their leaven To greet her may be first The flowers tbDj lilY all night In tears Look upwardTnll by one And prarla each tiny petal bears An offprlne to the aun With beads the trembling grass I- Idrpt IJoch thin spire hath Its string 8eAtterd In mist aa from her nut The ground bird flaps her wing The lake obeys the zephyta will While ns by Singers presad The brndllll loiiust bud dlallll Their awcetm ss oer Us breast With busy sounds the valley rings The plowman yokes his team The fisher trims his light boats wings And skims the brightening stream The gentle klne forsake the shed And wait the milkmaids call The frightened squirrel hears her tread And scuds alone the wall BeatterlrtR the night clouds aa In scorn Inn- Bright pour the newborn rays Theres more of life In one sweet morn Ing- Than In a thousand days Anna Uarla Wells The hedge proposition as a substi lute for wire fences Is north of lati tude 12 at least n failure Ganollne motor cars nre being Intro duced ou lines of suburban railway In tho east with very groat BUCCCSH The Immense amouut of cannel fruit put up by tho housewives of the coun try tile past season Is seriously affect IIIR the dfiimlnl for the Cullforuln titled fruits Apples which weigh a pound and over und potatoes which run over two pounds are seldom worth oating Ex treme size U almost always obtained nt the pxponxe of quality There U to much cotton to pick and the prIe Is so good that the planters lire gathering their crop by the aid of tautens nt night BO ns to be able to gilt It te market before the price fnllu The women of Texas can ninko so much luonoy assisting In the care and the gathering of the cotton crop that they are neglecting their poultry and eggs for homo cousuuiptlou have doublet In price The cows of some parts of Norway are trained to eat codfish and all the cook lies to do Is to heat the milk and tlilckon It und they have codfish gravy Tho silo And manure spreader are the two evangelists which will convert thousands of unprorttuble western farms Into nn Investment better than a government bond Ono of the most promising things connected with tho timber lauds of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin U their remarkable adaptability to the growth of clover and timothy YO came across nn old fashioned farmer the other day who winds up his watch with nu old fashioned key nnd wont under alit circumstances let n man build a grain stack with a fork Cement piles for bridges nnd build lug foundations are now being very successfully used In place of the old wooden pile Tills In another way ce meat Is coming to tho relief of our for rat JnturusU Nail same boards loooly together and uwke a ronh trough or rather box mid lay from end to end of the corn crib through l the center uf the crib If there lit doubt us to the win bclus dry enough to keep Somotlines n trade can be mode where both parties lire benefited More often one party to the trade gets the worst of it With too many men time plcnsnro of this sort of business Is gauged by the amount which they can beat the other fellow out of That granger does not do the square thing when ho puts tool prowvtls of the Knit of n load of hogs Into the savings bunk HO that It can draw Inter cst while he stnnds oft his grocery bill until the next lot of hogs Is ready Wo have known this to IK done The difference between the manner In which a boy will spend n dollar If he has earned It by haul work anti In the way which he will spend It It the father gives It to him Is very marked Indeed In the one case he knows the value of the dollar In the other he does not- 11hnt Is nn ncrooT lend really worth when with good care und cultivation It will produce seventylive bushels of corn One year with another If that cx rn Is fed on the farm It will bring not less than BO cents n bushel sonic times more seldom less It one can borrow money at 5 per cent on long time and buy such hunt at 100 per acre It would seem like a tine Invest meat t r D rtmnts r- Sixteen l L2 H Pages IIIIJ Cannot Afford 1 r TOL6Se1Ji i i I i I I you deeds mort i 1AVE insurance policies or other papers I that you do not care to lose If so we advise you to one of our safe deposit rentIin our fire proof These safes will take care j of your papers jewelryand I etc The Safe costs you II yearCome I I f i THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J J MOORE President W H P ii e RICHMOND EENH6USES a Phone 188 Richmond Ky Cut Flowers IDesigns and Blooming Plants The Shop for Ladies + DRY GOODS NOTIONS AND MILLINERY See our Attractive Holiday Bargains Ce Je Hanson Co- i omo1 apieceso FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING + 0 Take a Look Through Our Stock o 1oo IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 2 o New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines 2 orttCRUTOHER EVANS o ooFOR SALE One good house and lot in the east end of Berea located on Prospect Street The house has flvejplastered roomsand two seahedrooms A large garden spot and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Wal laceton Ky with a good garden five miles westlofj Bores Ky Two churches and n schoolhouse in sight teeFor further particulars call on E It WALLACE Phone 63 Berea Ky f MMMMtHHi11114M- MEast End Drug 00 DEALERS IN PORE DReGS AND fMEDICINES See our 5e and 100 counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest lino of QUEENS WARE ever In Berea We also carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and s STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices ICALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A 5PCCIALTY H C WOOLF PropMMhMMHh IFI II HII I I t t I 1 T 1 GOT THE IDEE Once I knew a feller that had got tre mendoua rich Just from tcllln water from a Irrigation ditch Couldnt understand It caux I kneW him when at school Always could defeat him at example or with ruleMight as well a dUI that Irrlgatln ditch as him Took In all that money aa been way up in the swim Ait him once the reason why twas him Inctoad o me I got the Idee Says he Knew another toiler that tot up a pair- o ealell Workln right beside him wclghln1 oap an ealt an1 rwlls Yes sir I I was werkln with the scales they use to use Bet that I could make em any time that I ud clioo e lie got up tho flxin tint ud make em twlcot as good Now hes Hvln easy as a wealthy teller should Alt him once to tell me why he got ahead omer got the Idee Says he Feller t was boys with made a new tooth for a iaw Im not one to envy but It gets me on the raw Sceln him arollln In Ms auto every day Might ns well V been me thnt fixed up the saw that way Cause I knew the trouble with the teeth that wouldnt work lie he wasnt nothln but th sawmills thlppln clerk Told him once I wonedird why twas him Instead o meI got the Idee Says he Know a lot o fellers that has done the same as thtleNow they live In money like they pullet It ort o tree Never understood It an I poio I never can Why It never happened I could be the lucky man Aint no reason for it cause Ive knowM em all the time Eence wrfs boys together an would run an swim an climb Only explanation far as I can see would be They got the idee Not me V D N In Chicago Dally Tribune fl The Iron BrigadeA Of THE POTOMAC ByCEN CHARLES KING A Uor 0 tarsa SItTs ColIo raata4rTort Treys 10 CopjTljbt 1901 by O W UniUghua Oo CHAPTER I DAMON AND PYTHIAS They wore paddling Idly down the stream two young men and a girl Stroke and bow were In heated discus slon and the dark brown eyes that earlier In the afternoon seemed ever seeking those of liquid blue before him were now turned sometimes to port sometimes to starboard sometimes over the squared shoulders flashing on the man In front a young athlete with eyes as blue and hair and skin wellnigh as fair as those ot the girl at the helm He of the stroke sculls on the contrary was tawny almost as a son of the tropics Ills head was crowned by dark brown curls tumbling about neck and temples The shape of his face bad the delicate beauty of a womans Among the four score young follows prominent In soc- Iety of the western metropolis there was not one to deny to Paul Lodue the palm for physical or at least facial charm Ever since his coming among them four years before there was hardly a girl In all their circle In the bustling city that had not declared him simply lovely What his taco lacked was strength and will A physiognomist would have turned from It speedily to study tho strong virile features the square Jaw the firm set lips of the stalwart follow at his back It required no unusual power to tell that he and the silent girl were brother and sister and that between them sat despite the heat or argument a beloved and cherished friendYoull never do It even If you muter In every man north of the Ohio Fred said he of the dark flashing eyes Our people will fight to the last manand then the women and children will take It up Fred Benton shook his head in dls senta sad smile on his face For a moment he coated rowing and bent earnestly forward You at least can have no sympathy with the south after the wrong done your father Paul and Im blessed if I can understand your taking up the cudgels for Alabama as you do The color deepened In Ladues face Benton had scored a hit The eyes of the girl brimmed with tears There was something of reproach In tho glance she threw at her stalwart brother Well as the story was known people rarely spoke of it to the Ladues Four years old though It was it still cut deep Some time in 57 the editor of a lead Ing journal had received a letter com mending to him Francis Ladue who purposed settling In the city and going Into business there Presently Laduo came and with him his little family a fragile sadfaced wife a slender bigeyed boy of 1C and two young children Presently too marked copies of southern papers were received and tittle by little their story was told to an Indignant and sympathetic com munity Natives of the south and residents for years of a beautiful old southern metropolis they had been banished from the home of their love I driven front state to state forbidden ever to return and compelled finally I to seek refuge among strangers In the north because Ladue senior owner 1of the finest bookstore on the Gull coast stood charged with having sold i to nn old customer one copy of 1nclc I Toms Cabin The business It had talcn Lailup nearly a quarter of a cen tury to build up was ruined in a day Lnduo was shy and reserved his wlfo a semiinvalid anti Paul a sensitive plant It was long before he seemed to thaw out at all but Fred Benton a noar neighbor when they passed Into tho high school was the youth he I finally tied to and then this strangely I assorted pair joined forces apparently for good and all Damon and Pythias they called them for after tho flat MX months of shyness on Ladues they became Inseparable High school finished Ladue was needed as assis taut In his fathers growing business Denton had begun tho study of law In the office of tho famous old firm of which his father was the head But before either had cast hU first vote tho long heralded conflict between the north and south had burst upon the startled land Sumter had fallen The president had called first for 75000 men to defend tho capital then for 500000 volunteers to prosecute the war For a moment there came no answer to Bentons tentative Already ho repented him ot his words yet there was something he longed to know Foi Upwards of three years there had been no secret between him and his chosen friend Paul Laduo who hitherto had held no communication with his natlvt state was writing letters thither and feverishly furtively perhaps await ing reply What did It portend On every hand men were quitting the desk the plough or the tools of their trade and flocking to the recruit ing offices Bentons name had been sent to the governor for a commission In one of the new regiments Mass meetings were JUlng held almost ever night and energetic citizens wore pass ing subscription papers from desk to desk that a fund might be raised for the benefit of the families of the rapidly enlisting husbands and fathers Ladue gave again and again and gave gladly How could I do otherwise said he You and those kind people bnde me welcome when life was at Its blackest I am a southerner I can not fight against mine own people no matter what they did to me I cannot them however In their revolt against the government which shields and protects me I wilt not refuse to contribute towards tho support of the wives and children ot those who so kindly welcomed my wife ahd children I and mine are grateful But what Is Paul going to dowthe question that startled him one morning Ho would not enlist with the boys here and hes writing Ipter- after letter to somebody there It Isnt possible he would fight for the people who broke his fathers heart It had never occurred to Ladue It was high time he Interposed Paul was barely 20 and therefore still subject to his fathers will It was a soft warm evening at tho verge of Juno as the trio came silently back from thelr row Frod propped his sculls salnltbe tree box and let himself In at the for a few minutes ol earnest talk It was indeed time somebody in authority sought to dis suade the young man If It should prove that he was seeking service with the Alabama troops Meantime the two young people had gone on toward the Benton homestead Away down town there came tho sound of distant cheering for another mass meeting was being held In Market Square and c gifted orator from Chica go was being presented to the throng Up here near tho bluffs overlooking the great inland sea all was still Elinor Benton looked warily within as they reached the gate in front ot the quaint colonial house that had been her homeslnco babyhood Voices irk lowtoned chat floated out to her from the broad veranda and with hardly a shadow of hesitation the girl turned nod followed when her partner said Let us go hack to the bluff a little while When they reached the edge of the bluff Ladue turned to her and his voice trembled as he asked You heard Freds question An almost Inaudible YesN was the SOl responseWItJtdo you think lought to do be wistfully slowly asked For a moment she could not reply When the words camo for she was only six teen and the position must trying her clear young voice had a pathetic trem ulous undertone How can I judgo Almost any one would sayyovr duty was here yet I know your heartIs there And as she spoke the heart iu her own pure young bosom was throbbing hard Foi another little while there was silence broken only by tho sound of distant cheering from tho center of the town by the rhythmical soothing plash of the wavelets on tho pebbly beach be neath them Then Elinor uplifting her face looked upon the clearcut features of the slender youth at her side and saw that the dark eyes were filled with sadness and trouble She impulsively bent forward and with slender tapering fingers touched his shoulder as though to turn him toward hor while with almost a sob In her voice sho murmured What Is it Paul Tell mo And then tho lad throwing himself on his face seized in both his the trembling little hand My heart is not thieve he sobbed You know well whom It is butmy duty Affrlght ed now she cought to draw away her hand but ho clung to U No Nell no ho cried Its the first tlmo 1 ever dared Its the last tlmo I ever I may Im going Nell Ive got to go but remember my heart Isnt there youIsprang to broke the silence Some one was climbing the pathway up the helnht An In stant ut listening and Elinor too I sprang to her feel If you know hes going to Join the whyI er Thb trouble Is to prove It Otherwise theres no law to hold him Prove it By heaven Curtis you mako me swear waft tho vehement answer If our postmaster would only do his duty wo could prove far more that hes In tho rebel service at this minutethat hes here a spy In our midst stndlng notes of all our preparations nnd forces nnd numbers and just as Andre was hung on tne Hudson SO years ago so should that young scoundrel hang hero now The laws of war tho world over will tell you soAnd then scrambling to the crest full In the light of the unclouded moon the two climbers straightened tip and stood face to fsvwwlth tbe man of whom they were speaking Elinor Denton clinging trembling In speechless Indignation at his side For a moment there was awkward silence Paul Laduo with gleaming eyes stood squarely confronting the foremost a portly man of 30 years who was still breathing hard as tho result ot his climb His companion tall and spare and n few years older slowly ranged himself alongside his WHAT IS IT ttflYr friend and looked to him to speak The stout man stared for a few seconds at the silent twain partly to reopver breath pertly to recover wits Finally he lamely said Oho Then finding the steadfast gage of Ladues burning brown eyes hard to bear he turned to his companion Rather a coincidence isnt itf sj id he This remark too toll for no recponso followed It became necos sary to say something more to relieve the situation and obviously the gentleman knew not what to say If there lived In this western community a man Paul Laduo hold In especial die favor it was George McKlnnon junior partner In the firm of Benton Gray McKinnon attorneys and counselors at law and it was George McKlnnon who stood there In the tlesh and who but a moment before had denounced him as deserving tho fete of tho spy Ample reason had he toliato McKlnnoo for ever since Elinors return the previous autumn from a visit to rela tives In tho cast that energetic practi tioner had been a constant caller at the Denton homestead and despite the fact that Elinor had not yet finished her school days was persistent In at tentions that showed to all eoclety he had become Infatuated with her radiant beautythat the man of 30 eagerly sought tho girl of 17 as his wife On tho other Jiand McKinnon had noted with jealousy unspeakable that the frank joyous boy and girl friendship that had existed throughout tho lads school days had given place to tho Halt shy half hesitant yet strangely sweet relationship ot early love pure yet pas sionate McKinnon was a keen stu dent a rising man at the bar a brll liant Jury lawyer and Just tho one needed to strengthen tho somewhat slow and ponderous combination ot tho old firm Benton a lawyer of the old school hold his young partner In high esteem If not Indeed In a certain awe duo to the daring and successful meth ods that hind distinguished him over since his call to the bar On the other hand he was not well pleased with his sons choice ot an Intimate Paul La due was a dreamer an idler a poet perhaps what the stern hardheaded old dolver in facts and figures called n lapdog sort of a fellow And now the war had come Tho flag had bees lowered In defeat at Sumter Tho men of Massachusetts had been mobbed In the streets of Baltimore The first levies in the far west had clashed with tho enemy In Missouri and hostile ar mies wore arrayed upon the sacred soil of Virginia Nov when tho young men of the Badger state were flocking to the recuiting offices and companies and regiments were being filled to over flowing when Damon brimming with patriotic zeal and energy was seeking n commission In the union volunteers Pythias Paul Ladue was known to be writing frequently doubtless urgently to his native state the state that had banished and Impoverished him yet could not banish from his soul the old tlmo loyalty and love It had amazed and offended many of these his north ern friends who had welcomed and cheered him in tho hour of his adversity It had acaudallzed ono man who had never shown him sympathy at all the man now standing uneasily be fore him unable to face the strrn glitter In his speaking eyes It was final ly Paul who spoke You say tho postmaster should dc his duty Mr McKinnon said he con tempt and hot hatred In his trembling voice By opening my htturs do you meanT Somebody has been doing tha- tI already lint I believe you know whet CHAPTKP II A 8NAKIS IN lUG UKAfS June tbo first cauoin with tho tad ant sunshine blazing on hunting The rUlrons thronged the broad thoroughfares to give a parting cheer to the second Badger regiment marching away to the war The dusk and the dew came settling down aa tho tall lights of the last section of tho troop train drew slowly along tho sweeping curve to the south and then tho throngs that had shoutcd themselves hoarse were easily marshaled Into an Impromptu mat meeting The governor and the mayor were to speak and brief addresses so said the handbills might bo expected from such brilliant orators as the Hon George McKlnnon and others equally well known A roar of cheers about the temporary stage on Market Square greeted tho executive of the slateroar distinctly heard far on the portico of tho modost home whore Paul Ladue looking palo and weak sat with his slim hand clasped In that of his faith fnl friend Fred Benton Tho long suspected enmity of Mc KInnon had burst at last Into flame and tho younger man found himself suddenly Involved In a whirl of trouble Tho elder Bonton after n conference with his junior partner had boor moved to say to Elinor that ho forbade her receiving or being seen with Paul Ladue To Laduo ho wrote a cutting letter accusing him of having taken advantage of his Intimacy in the household to seek tho love and destroy the peace of mind of his daugh ter Then stinging articles had found their way Into an evening paper plain ly pointing to Laduo as n rebel sympathizer nnd one holding treasonable correspondence with the enemy Then certain creditors bad made a combined onslaught on hits falling heart sore father Ladue had gradually built up a very fair iMislnaM and had won the kindly regard of the community All on a sudden his store was shunned save by collcviurs and ono night after a meeting at which McKlnnon was the principal speaker the front windowa were smashed In by half a down drunken patriots and Paul seated at a dusk over the books of tbe firm was struck In the temple and felled by d stone Tho Incident brought about A temporary revulsion of feeling among rightthinking people and Fred Benton had found and soundly thrashed ona of tho gong of assailants But little Substantial comfort could come to the Ladues for the old man had lost his nerve Ho seemed broken and be wildved It cut him to the heart to find that at this critical time In his career the firm to present and press the claim ot his creditors was that of Benton Oray McKlnntm 116 had the shattered windows boarded up and re fused at first to reopen his store The men who had been his best friends and advisers as luck would have it had already gone to the front as officers ol volunteers He was crushed and sore ly hurt and stung and the well meant words of sympathy spoken by a few neighbor failed to reassure hiss It was then that Fred Benton tall hit first difference with his father The whole outran sir sold he Is tbo direct result of your partners efforts I hold George McKlnnon responsible for every misfortune that has befallen the Laduas In this town and the only reason I dont threats him as I did that blaekgaard Irishman Is that he Is your partner ITo Be Continued Liked the Packer A teacher of sewing In one of the public schools tells an amusing story about ono of her pupils She was giving a lesson In embroidery to n particularly fractious child and hall a great deal of difficulty In impressing the value of neatness uPon liar Mabol sho said sternly you are most untidy Just seo how you have puckered your work Dont you think your mother would be ashamed of a little daughter who was GO careless that she got hor work all puckered Take that piece of work home and ask mamma what alto thinks of it Obedient to orders the child took tho censured work homo Well Mubal asked tho teacher noxt day what did your mother say about the work Why said the child as a trium phant gleam came Into her eyes mamma says she likes It puckered Philadelphia Record IllrUirlult of Ttrlni A curious case as to which of two twins was born first came bolero Lord Pearson In the Edinburgh court nf see stone lately The twins were John Mo andIlag cl600 worth of property Charles had taken possession of this claiming to bo tho cider son John in giving his evidence Bald that he was born on Au gust 24 18G7 at ono oclock In tho morning and that his brother was born half an hour afterward The births were registered an such Charles on the other hand averred that the en trles In tho register were erroneous and that his father recognized himself as tho eldest son Lord Pearson gave judgment for John without costs London Express Each In HIM Trade The ilolinlst had been invited to a family dinner but It proved that sew eral relatives of his host wore present and their demands for music wero most persistent The violinist played threo applausoIyou will show us how you cell ze flour in zo wheat pit Can 1 help roll ze barrel in monsieur I YoutUn Cow i panlon A FEW ACCOMPLISHMENTS What a Qlrl Should Learn Before She Is Fifteen Years of Age Some one has suggested some things that every girl can learn before sho Is 15 Not every ono can learn to play or sing or paint well enough to give pleas ure to her friends but the following ac complishments are within everybodys reachShut the door and shut It softly Keep your own room In tasteful order Have an hour for rising and rite Learn to make bread as well ns cake Never let a button stay oft 24 hours Always know where your things are Never lot a day pass without doing something to mako somebody comfort ableNever como to breakfast without a collarNever go along with your shoes unbuttoned Speak clearly enough for everybody to understandNever or hum so as to disturb others Constancy of Sparrows The wellknown reluctance ot births to appear in public al the moulting season lends a humorous sldo to the situation Individuals which In other days are fearless and confiding oven Inviting acquaintance now scamper to cover as If urged by a sons of eora mon decorum- A pair ot song sparrows escape from my observation as fast aa their legs ran carry thorn with that peculiar sidowlio trot of theirs as If conscious of possible arrest by tho police if caught attired In so scanty garments I ri iKjct these sparrows and towhees I by reason of their conjugal fealty not of them having appeared in the di lone courts of California They state Ufo and remain constant through thick and thin of voeturo through tho bettor and the worse ot tile years changes So far as I know neither leaves the other to look after house hold affairs alone Neither takes a pleasure trip to the where or the moun alas or back east no nor doom either frequent the soda elate of sash gre garious bunts an the waxwlnst and robins and movitaln blSantIMnga Jnc I to a This Is easily made and will afford a great deal of amusement It consists of stringing different things on a hat pin and sticking tho pin through a box The full requirements says the Washington Star are a largo empty pool three corks a string a yard lung two shank buttons along hat pun some pasteboard and an empty note paper box Cut from pasteboard a piece the size and shape of an ordinary tea plato Divide tho circle into quarters nnd at the left of each division draw a line about five eighths of an Inch away from It Cut out the four wedgoshap pieces between the bands and bond up each band fiveeighths ot an Inch Seo Fig A On those ands paste stilt paper animate either scrapbook plc tutee or nnlmals cut from magazines patted on stiff paper When fastening animals to tho inorryRoround paste tbo body to the turnedun end of tho pasteboard band To make tho canopy cut oat another circle a little larger than the firs and point It around tho edges turning the points down See Fig B Vase time hatpin through the exact center and put on ono of tho corks working it uptight to hold the canopy in place String on another cork working It up midway on the pin then slide on the band with tho animals attached pasting it firmly to tho large spool The box must have some holes made before using Puncture two ono Inch from tho front odgo and four incites apart These are on the yid Then make two more holes through both the lid anti tho box on its front side half nn Inch from tho top and five Inches apart Stick the loaded pin through the center of tho lid and cover the extreme point with I the last cork which must lie firmly on tho bottom ot the inside of the box Now the merrygoround Is ready for the machinery Pass tbg string around oho spool crossing the two ands In front Thread ono of the ends through the two holes or Its own side of 4 r A DRAUGHT DETECTOR Simple Little Contrivance That Will Do Good Service During Winter Days How many times In toe week do you hear your parents say I believe I feel a draught Doubtless a great many and then there li always an argument uto where the draught cornea from la there notT And sometimes It In note draught at all but Just Imagination Still It Is n very simple matter to maker a little Instrument which will thud the draught If there Is one and besides show you pretty nearly where It comes from Get a knltlidg needle threo large corks anti four small ones eight hair pins four bits of cardboard and an ordinary button The diagram shows your 1110 plainly how to put thorn together that PLAN OF CONSTRUCTION 1 there Is no use describing how It to done Thn top cork Is the only thing which Is not perfMtiy simple Make a hole all tho way through the Mwillmake two or three more hole beside this tttone and very nearIt Run your hair ply briskly through thuG bolos until their sides are worn away and they form one hole Now run a small tube of mac aroni or a quill toothpick through the hole This Is so that the knitting needle which pierces the top cork and acts as a pivot for It to turn upon win have a loose socket and will permit the corlc to stove easily When anyone says draught get out this little draught finder says the ChIIcago Inter Ocean and put near the place whore the draught is supposed to come from The slightest breath of air will set the sails In motion and the dues ties In which they move will Indicate pretty clearly where time current of air cornea from U flow Mane rru60ROUUO the box bringing the tied out from the front Io the same with the other onto of the string To keep the string from I sUpping hart tie a shank button to each end See Pig C Now holding the box with one hand gently puU one end of the string with the other anti see the animate go whlrl l t IIA11ExtIng around Just like the Woodeu ire ne giraffes and goats on the real carousels If paper boys nni girls ore pasted on the animals they will add further tr tho pleasure Bend up cndti of crow burs at dotteq Hues yJ Lk 1 t 3THE CITIZEN Y LI ifTr pI 1 I m I The OnePrice Cash Store 1 I DRUGS t f Clean pure and fresh fPrescriptions a Specialty r Toilet Articles We carry a most complete line of toilet articles perfumes soaps etc if Glassware w We have something nice for youI M in oopicco dinner sets and 5G piece tea sot M u l J n 4HH I II I HHH I II I I I I II r I JBHBIB LX3TIR DILL Kdllot I IIIIIIH Light and Lamps Thom nre two poil1 to bo observ lClln connection with artificial llght to avoid undue vitintion nnil hunting Iof the nir anil tho obtaining of n strong and steady light Thp electric light is tho only light which in not n grunt tap on the ventilation of n room for nil burning lights use up oxygon mid product carbonic acid gas It li that one kerosene lamp uses up an notch nit as four jwonlo In Aoloct ing a burner ono should Iw bought which will mnko combustion us perfect as possible as perfection ot combustion depends largely on suffic lent ncows of air to tho wick To oh tabs perfect combustion I would ad t f vino the use of n round wick with an air space both inside and outside ITIliscan lw found in tho Argand or student lump In a good burner the air enters freely at tho base no should never Ito nl1oll to ho clnugcl1Cnenrer tho greatest amount of i ilight III approached tho more perfect 1Istho combustion and no burner over bo turned very low as tho products of incomplete combustion vitiate tho air It is always best to fill a lamp daily on account of tho light being less for equal volumes of oil tho higher tho flame is from tho oil and there IsI danger of explosion by having lunge air over tho oil JlIrORlnu is obtained by distilling which consists of n variety of inilumnmblo gases nUll Rome volnlilo liquids Gasoline is ono of the more volatile ing a brilliant light but of less com mercial Value w that tho refiner isS I considering hin own interests when ho allows as much as KxwibIo of these to remain in tho kerosene Inflam mable gas is given off by route of tho cheaper kerosene when hunted to 00 and when a lump shade is throwing ttheheat downward or n lamp is near tho stove it is easy to t obtain n heat of UO or 100 degrees It is safer to use oil which will not givo inilammahlo gases titn low torn 1711hcn lighting turn tho wickup iI I slowly BO tho chimney will heat grad uully and when extinguishing tho k ilamo never blow down strongly but turn a little lower pad blow across j a topNever fill tho lamp Gull to the top I Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uptodate DONT FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY Because we sell for Cash but leave about ono half or onofourth of an inch space leaving room for the oil to expand Trim tho wick squaro and Won a cross and bo sure that it is long enough to touch the bottom of the lamp Tho lamp chimney looks the best if washed in hot suds arK when tho lampwick becomes dirty it should ho washed in hot suds and whmi tho humor becomes clogged should be boiled in soda rind water It is best to keep the materials for cleaning lamps in n box by themselves MARTHA WASIIDCRN Home Readings for 55 Lessen Jan IS DtulpleJohnIssn PIIIIlpeeJohpIWednwiUyThe Call to SfrTlrfUttL 4 I LThundySestets KncoanirtltJtr2 IOU FriA llrtnglnc others to Jetut John 4 27 30 ar U- satutlayo Prophet trot OalllteJobR1- fl 8nn 1 rTlie Son of 0a1Mat111 224 + + + HItlliIl1I1i41I 1It The School JOHK WIRT DUISMORK XAitor The Despised Left Hand The despised loft hand makes good its claims in many cases to IMJ tho defter of tho two Tho fingers that touch and adjust with such nicety tho strings of tho violin are surely an cunning as thoso that move the how Tho hand that guides the reiiis amid steers with exactness the horse through the crowded streets is quite nscunning as one might say much moro than tho humid that wields the whip But great is fashion unanswerable is theoryIt appear that as life bo comes moro and moro complex we aro becoming more and moro spec ialized and tho tli Terence between our limits is encouraged rather than hindered by every screw made in Birmingham and every slap adminis tered to tho offending fingers that would daro to shako hands incorrec- tlyC7nnn6ers Journal Intelligence In Monkeys A correspondent in tho Field con tributes an extraordinary instance of intelligence in the Royal Park Mel bourno Attrtralia He was watching some monkeys in n largo cago when ono of them came to tho front ami tried to reach a nut which had ices thrown and was lying on tho gravel path Putting Its arms through the bars mid stretching as far as IuJSSible it found that tho nut was just beyond its roach There was straw on tho floor of tho cage and going to the back where it evidently expected to find the straw less damaged it tested straw after straw discarding them cno by one not thinking them strong enough for the purpose At last it found a tlsfuctoryone returned to the front of the cage and very with this aid hooked the nut close enough to lx picked up GROWERS Determined Effort Will Be Made to Reduce the Acreage For the Year 1905 AT LEAST 5 PER CENT BELOW 1904 A Self xplauatory Notice Has Been Seat by Mall to Ever County Judge in tke South Thou Who turn Their Cotton In Or dtp to Reduce the Surplus Do- Se In Violation of the Laws been mailed to every county judge InI the south National Cotton Association omceIof the Secretary Port Worth Jan 3In compliance with resolution ot the national executive committee you are requested to call farmers banker merchants and others Interested In the Industry together on Wed nesday January 11 1905 at 10 a m at tho county seat to elect vice presi dents who will hold precinct meetings at each school In your county Satur dayJanuoiry 14 at 2 p m for time purpose of taking definite action on reducing the cotton acreage this year At these meetings have all farmers who will sign this agreement We the undersigned farmers residents In voting precincts No Coun ty hereby pledge ourselves to reduce the acreage of cotton to be plant ed by us In 1905 25 per cent below the amount we planted In 1904 Sign ed Oswald Wilson National Secre any Fort Worth Unlawful to Destroy Farm Products Dallas Tex Jan 4It has been held by the courts that a free citizen of Texas has no right to burn or other wise destroy his own farm products Some years ago a tanner hauled Into a Texas town a load of corn which he offered for sale He was tendered so low a price for the grain that ho de liberately emptied the whole load into the river He was convicted anti fined t for destroying a valuable product of the farm The law reads In effect If any person shall wilfully and mss chievously Injure or destroy any grow ing fiult corn grain or other like agricultural products he shall be punish ed by a flue not exceeding 1000 This reldln connection with amendments of the law on the sub jects takes away a Texans right to burn his own cotton- NOTARIES PUBLIC Those In Government Employ Will Not Receive Pay For Certain Work Washington Jan 4The president has Issued an order directing that hereafter notaries public employes In the government executive service shall not receive compensation for perform lug notarial service for any other employ of tho government or In any matter In which tho government Is In terested or for notarial service for any person when performed during tho hours of the notarys governmental service Disobedience of this order will be ground for immediate dismis sal WINTER HERRING FISHING It Is Feared One Branchjf It Will Be a Total St Johns N F Jan 4Twenty three American fishing vessels which have been seeking cargoes of frozen herring In Connalgre bay have been unable to obtain them It Is feared that this branch of the winter herring fishery will bo a total failure her ring apparently having abandoned Placentla and Fortune bays which proS vlously formed their favorite haunts A Victim of Yellow Fever Washington Jan 4The state de partment Tuesday received a cable gram from Panama that Mrs John Seager wife ot the private secretary to Chief Engineer Wallace ot the Pan ama canal died from yellow fever To Investigate Land Fraud Charges Washington Jan 4An Inspector ot the Interior department has been ordered to Idaho to investigate the charges made by the affidavits as to land frauds In Idaho and he Is believ ed to have already begun his labors GovElect Joseph W Folk St Louts Jan 4Joseph W Folk governorelect of Missouri Tuesday surrendered his office as circuit attorney of St Louis to his successor A N Sager Mr Folk will be Inaugu rated as governor January 9 A Cadet Is Not An Officer In the Army Washington Jan 4That a cadet at West Point Is not an officer in the army In tne meaning ot the law applying to the dismissal of such offlcera was decided Tuesday by tbelupremeI court of the United a GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hours Fresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when need anything in that line youI EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea Ky Homen ClippintCOTTON fotIlowing The Action Begins I And the action will continue to the very end of that remarkable story THE IRON t BRIADEx By GEN CHARLES KING The Opening t Chapters tfn this Issue THml tHtnrters that are to follow Of this our new serial th hlcag RecordHerald J says I Both history andstor are tojbelfound In GenvH Kings novel The Iron Brigade Kings stories are stirring He has see action on the field time after time and he knows ho to glvd the tint of the battlefield to his written pages jtlt Is at war story and there Iswar from beginning toeW Nowheradoes the interest lag Gen King has rMfcn a story that will sustain his reputation as a v ritei REMEMBER THE 0 aiAnus OF THIS STORY ARE ISSUE t Subscribe for The Citizen A I The Citizen b ItroaraxnT hrAXILT NJCWsrua Pebnsbd nUT Thllre4a y at Jerfs Kf BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hinman Manager- BCB8CBIPTION KATES rATABLX One fear 100 Bit to Threo months 8 nand mane br Pottofflco Monty Order Ki KM Money Order Check Unit IlesUUrtd Litter crone and two cent ttamp The Hats after your name shows to what 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the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50 and that is returned if it dont give porfct satisfaction Guaranteed by End Drug Co Ice Cream J1 All Flavors lee Cream Soda Fruit Flavor Florida and California Fruits Early YejsUblss yj tit Phono AiOES No ES elect Grocer end Cateter J6es Corner Rlchmojid Ky f nA Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Risers Do Witta Little Early Risers aro so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while stfOnjrlpe2ple irep they are the best Sold by East End Drug Co a4 1 J iTHE WELLDRESSED WOMAN A J wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from the 11 i PRINCE TAILORING CO by Orders taken and full line of samples TFMRS A P SETTLED JR Depot street v BeresfKy Ts i I Miller House fitted up MealBand Boar and Lodging at popular prices Nextdoor to Joes R G Engle Prop slain St Richm9nd Ky v Williams is better proper ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN aadiQENERAL REPAEINQ promptly Clean lag and Pressing s specialty Work guaranteed Williamsj Kr Fight Will Be fitter closingthgir SowDiscoverya long and bitter with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T JiBeall of Beall Mfsa hu to sayhLlJllt fell sly wife had every symptom of con euiaption She Dr I luga New alter e e tlliug 81110 had failed Improvement eam atonce and four bottles entirely cured her luaranteed by East End Drug Co holtleaAree f r mlt Jtnprr1trliprrt W11ut i- fitr tl1r rof iiind oaf iiann 1y OLLIVER A BARKER Dean of the Cohere of Law University or IlllnolaIt l S a branch hf sfcelal InceJawthns hC tlra most polcnt factor in promoting human welfare liver since the first promulga tion of the principles which lie at the foundation of the system of jurisprudence which the people of this country and of England Ire cnjd1nj ta dajitjhnsMiiJlargajneasnrc leter mined the growth of other branches social science It is through social relations in their sense that human advancement has bcjcn itiitUt JllbSsllile it fsj law jjlfth- maki possible i ernianent social relations The best thought and the hest effort of modern civilization have been devoted fb its tlevcloputent anti in the direction of its perfection Kor eight centuries of continuous growth the sacas of 11ebwlch antltthlIAnd yet there arc well picatiing people who profess a contempt law and on an occasional miscarriage of justice in its administration arc quick to denounce It as uJdrlyihidequ4ttlQaall ijtlcljtstigcv tttren man awl non They lase light of the fact that we live insecurity of rights of person and property because that teestae of its stable and beneficent principles and a genebl1Jf tfftltiuhefikdlntrd those principles will be vindicated we Ire permitted to enjoy the fruits of our labors There is another class of people wljo profess io recognize the rules oLla ariM and proper Mr tttciouty VfolatiJlljaiJ The 4io lations are unmtially those which affect property rights They are prompted by personal greed and are by no means oqnfiued to jtctspflar ceny and kindred offenses known to the criminal Sode Hrh men do not belong to what is popularly designated as the Criminal class but excepting viOlence anil intimidation their acts are about as reprehensible proplertycannjtiet courts because the prejudices of juriesjJiey ojighylf remember that they arc the ones who in a large measure lave bred that prejudice in the jury There is another class whoJvc no resort t etri tor tl1 as it now exists and who refused f e jgiftjuy miles v SJd prjptSI far at least as they relate to property rights Confiscation is their chief tenet Fortunately their number is maU and because of that and the abhorrent diameter of the doctrine taught their influence upon the gen eral masses is limited y I have npitjoncd the tjpee jgciIjclass wluj asiik from tlwjcal cpw a a e m respll for lty traw e n ucJPUcnerAlio Deliewsfnifprcsent ordeoof tl tgsis a11irong flat the t6e1ealtwaYrxistingIlla iniaginatwiifsthe rfpr p rty sr ber i who iliis hswprvfiWMdly j11Sicin dofinnceoig JoW fUr government lu compared with those who have high respect for theand veneration for its principlese their i whchIiand involuntarily give to the lajllind its existing institutions is the sale guard ofsocial peace Social jp aCe and security arc necessary condi lions to human advancement In times of peace the officerIAof J1 lawaivnifcsii8ffladsty J to Inw and its execution vaIIrtott lanbteachin JY Vttlcatcd respect for the low and Ih m an5 lwhn hItP1iP Intr toa i D jml tffjj1r tagr 1JIT uia JDy9s Most of the men and women who find marriage a failure belong to that class of chronic malcontents who as So crates suggested would have found celibacy n failurcalso liadieyrcmaine achclorg and spinsters Socrates would5om adime to mar jj3 asked a hesitating bachelor of the willirepentless thoTigrn to the wearing t blites of the woman they choose for glovesfof5ngle surfacelilti tltdse who choose a xfife with an abiolutfi disregnrd to the 3SWmItJalitles of the lad the chances of happiness in marringe t assignedtigenerlllyfQstQuld widow be pr i llagcy to remarry Jslt as Drt Johnson c micail lS Rti Ielumph of hope over experience twentysecondhu liehealththe bride and bridegroom and o wish them all the luck in the xvorruld haveburkdIlkQen lerialis Magaz ie thus records a case that occurred in j6 parallel to that which came into a London police court the other Jay of a tiwpman husband llor six and thirty years two women lived ogcther by mutual consent p man and wife They kept a public lOuse at Poplar and the wife when on her deathbed told her rela tin s for the first Time the factSKOnccrninjj her marriage IJoth women it seems had been crossed in love when young and had chosen this metljqd to a joiiLkrthcr ll1P r unities The Gentlemans Magazine pots orrnj S yllraTsrman attempted to blackpiail the husband iihcfeHlJC thfeaPof disofosinglier sex was sentenced for this offense to stand tfiKfunie fitthe j joy and to undergo four years imprisonment Ayearlat r oiiJulv 5nif77 a woman who married three won cirinVucof lOnmTfelyto ioirilicm of their money and clothes was imprisonj1J1ent t e i i Witness of John the Baptist to Jesus x e Sandsy School Lessoa let Jsm L 1N5 Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher eoprrlght Itot by J1I EJion LESSON TEXTJohn 11831 Memory terse 267 head also of Johns Ministry In Matt JM7 Mk 1111 Lul 3112 and John JaJ8 Head also the Prophecy concerning John In Mal 313 45 aoiDSN TRXTUehold the IAmb of God which taketh away abe aln of the worksJohn 1sTIMrLjJMin the HnpUnt tifgaB his mlrf tctry In the summer of A u 26 II was about six menthe after this In January probably A D W that Jesus came to John for U wse about t six weeks later whoa the depuladorr of Jews come to him lit recorded In this lesson lI ACKTh preaching of John wns mainly In the wllderncea of Judea wet ot the tower Jordan and tho Dead sea The Incklenta of Ibis loosen occurred nt Ile h nbnra John MSJ A HlUIUl1HnaLot tie not forget to kep before ui JoJIriii purpose In wrlllnc H Oapd Itqywt Jphp JSI1 Note the rTdlsoue preenle0 In thin loosen why we should believe In Jesus na the Ban ef God and tieMevlus might have life In lite saran Johns tralmony Cf v0 with v 10 In supplemented by Qoda testimony vs JM cf Mntt 3l1e in sad JMli1 An nouncetl as the Lamb of tak cth away the sin of the worldr9T- he Lesson Outline h JoWhV Wllmehy et HlnwfcuWs IcCli Jrtns QoeatWnerB aj Priests sad Levitts trim Jvrui- alemT II b Sesit by the Pharlsieea v 14 ee pbelrQaeettonLrt D tt St- aa Negattensv 1y job tJ Afllrmatl Y 8 lq Johns IlapHetn X Johns Tlelhnoay et the Christva- Ml eM I Jraus k fta Nh 1I6Ion 24b3J la Laitani- b to IbMv If Hie 1sxatr4 lbratfFy K ta JMIM Pointed Out 9 tal The drab of clad Iltl The World a Sin Barerl- b Jt n 3L Ther of tlt8plrltJv to 1 tlAcatloav a a Malte ne nave TestlMMiyV II conpBring Scripture with Scripture IJohns Testimony of ITImsU 1 Johns QusaUontr Johns six orI vt moiitUs oG araaeWDR Is l arJng Jna he Jn a ehdora srp t nay apllOInt S alegallon or rfeitfrl141 Levltea to go to John to ask who be was and what was his baptism They were not seikers after truth so mur- au they were critics of the troth They came prejudiced and they went away without geeing or knowing the Chris- tSoItlatoday IsO p10 Aa s 8CntJ Jobnl Negntlos vL If John was not wiling to mil fcwHrtVf falsa colofsnou 113 U w the Christ III wait sot lithe Note however tile later teatimovy of Jeans Matt 1111 171011 Joke spoke literally JffllfratftBly Tkeretvas cxpeefttrOB of a literal return of fMtah He wM sot tbat prophet Thla last hav tug reference to Dent t8 IS which some tkouAbt woaM he a secoad Molar 3 Joltna AMrwatloa b U He was ealy a rorce erynag lu the wilder ns A voles tn utter Gods menaplOoly a 91ce that the man scured Bd the message What an example for preachers and teachers today 1 Johns Baptism T ItMalt 211 Ants l0W Notice Johns fidelity to Scripture lie quote Ialah the prophet Jn just fleatlon of his claims Gods children ought always to tie prepared to reply to the queotloners1 Iet J16 tII 1eattp oiw of thtYQlrUt Co e wtlnThelrIJast fl whom Therestandelh one among yoa ye know not Their hearts of unbelief would not see or receive Him Thus at the very beginning we find exemplified that which has ever characterised thI world since then Jesus In the midst of the world but unknown by the world Note the striking contrast between Johns announcement of the Christ to thece carping critics and to Itypiewho were ready to receive his message To the former he says Jesus Is In your midst but you dont know Him and qltI the morrow when they have gone h 2 Points JGSUB nut to believing hearts as the Lamb of Ood which tak eth away the sin of the world Tho Jews In narrow race prejudice wore looking for a national deliverance while the world was forgotten and nn cared for Johns broad announcement worldsthis hearers and yet how blessedly true It was 3 The Sign from Heaven The De spent of the Holy Spirit upon Jesus and the voice from Heaven was tho Divine ly appointed sign to John whereby he was to know the Christ It Is the ar cepted opinion of Bible scholars that John never met Jesus until Ills baptism which had taken place some 40 days be fore the Incidents of this lesson the 40 days temptation In the wilderness haying 4 Intervened Tho Positive Testimony John was willing to receive the evidence of tho Spirit and WM ready to bone post i tlvo testimony that this Is the Son of God Oh that men everywhere would be willing to receive the Indisputable evidences which God supplies In His Word and by His Holy Spirit that Je aria Is the Christ the Son of God Behold the Lamb of God which taketh away tho sin of the world Johns words have echoed through the centuries God had in expression of His Infinite love and mercy and as pro vision for the need of a lost world pro vided Himself Gen 228 a Lamb which was a sufficient sacrifice Jell 912 for the atonement for the worlds sin Jfesus Is the Lamb shult rom the foundation of the world Kev 138 Behold then this Lamb of God There Is life for a look at the Crucified One John a1415 Spurgeon says or his conversion He Irfoked cm me J looked to Him and we were one torlVerJ M BAD FOR BUSINESS A Study In the Effects of Moderate Drinking Upon the Faculties- of the Body ordlngto O S Marden editor of Buccces the three chief ckmunts of suc cess are 1 HnelJi 2 A clear brain 3 Will power the value of either of the last two elements lluctuntw with the 4ateot the first so that we may say the primary condition of success Is health Renee we must study the phys leal effects of moderate drinking tn or der to get at the value of Its effect on business Export medical opinion formed from extended observation In many lands over many thousands of cases shows that the use of alcoholic liquors like beer and light winos In the minutest quantities that ts modorate drinking causes sudden deaths by heart disease shriveled kidneys paralysis and hard ening of the nerve and brain ttesuea Are men thus affected the most fit for thekatr n ous lUll and heavy demands of modern bus4nos Certainly not Life Insurance companies consider a moderate drinker of from 20 to K yore of aRc as stead at 45 while the total abstainer at tho tame age has a lease of life at toast until 61 Who will be the sector business man at tothe tolerate drinker already old and with Imf ttre years more of life or the total austalner who has a 89 tier cent ahow for 21 years more all In his prime as a business man Finally drlakln u sot an individ ual matter the same as sager and soiree or cream OH berrto A mans body le not a good judge of what Is good for U by taste alone To that faculty must be added knowledge sad the powers of reason sad Judgment la tlta iattor of effects and euNfBB It- laalKass Individual matter only If a nia s IB full iioiiiaeloa of the fatty darelcomalt the crime f petting poison Into his sjretem against the dk tales of Mature sad reason The worst rooture of moderate drinking to aot Its effect upon the Immediate thinker bat IU offset lipiD the next geHeratlofl the praductloo of degenerate children Uf this children with criminal In iHHtts are nat HMsiM hut wereljr those Xlio are waaker pijtth idly nod twn fjaflf and nub asit to IrMenie rktlma of appetite thna their parMta here raedlcal testimony again shows remarkable firms Rlghtytwo per rest df tinMrMi of an ago whose parent are abntnhwiit are euand bodied sod welt balanced whereas but 17 per cent of the children of moderate drinkers toe up to the required physical stand ard Evert C Palmer In American Issue DRINKERS POOR Startling KeveteUMM Made by Selen tific Experiment in 8wed nth Array LJent Itenct Boy of the Bwedlth army has conducted some very Inter eating experiments on tho effects of alcohol on soldiers who were practic ing snapshooting Dr Rlblng a prominent professor of physiology assisted In them experiments Both guns and revolvers were used and several trial teals were made by persons who were total abstainers or bad not used spirits for at least three days before the trial In this way a gen eral standard or estimate of the skill of the person was obtained then one ounce of alcohol WHS given and from a halt to an hour later the experiment was made of their shooting ability In other experiments aleohoj In the form of wine or beer was taken the night before or early In the morning on the day of the test It was fouqd that the ability to hit tho mark was lessened from 25 tp 40 per cent In all eases Tho use of the revolver showed thb grtWteiflffecUi In diminution of the sklllj steadiness ot nerve and eye night In no Instance were men able to shoot with the game accuracy as those who had abstained Groups of six men were tested those who hall no spirits for two or three days and those who had taken spirits within 24 hours A comparison was made of the results which show great superiority in those who had not used any spirits The conclusion reached from those ex periments was that alcohol hiany formdlmlnlshed the capacity of accu rate shooting in the soldier nearly half also that a single glass of wine registered Its effects In his diminished accuracy as a marksman A soldiers and gunners were more or less disabled and unlit to do accurate work after using wine or lIter although not conscious of it at the time B G Hock hart Hartford Conn Alcohol No Longer Needed Science has found a good substitute for every ojie of the medical uses for which alcohol may be employed As a liynotlc as a stimulant as a tonic as a cleanser or an antiseptic other drugs thatIconvivial hablta havo so enervated their systems that a stimulus Is necessary and where there is no choice as to what kind shall be used Alcohol may now ISo dropped from the pharmacopoeia without loss to surgery and medicine The best that can be said for alcohol is that In certain rare Instances It has done no apparent harm Kansas City Jour 11181 V ALCOHOL AUWAVS HURTFUL Even the Smallest OM Are Produce tin of Defective Judgment Rea son and talf Control Passing from the muscular system to the nerves we tIM Judgment reason and eelfconlrol were all damaged to sonic extent by alcohol even by the smallest quantity they would take He could not refrain from quoting Ills old teacher Prof Huxley who was net a total ab stainer and therefore perhaps his verdict was all the more valuable He wan asked If he found alcohol a brain stim ulant When have to do oriclnal brain work replied the professor al ways decline to have It I become a total abstainer for the time being But Prof Huxley went further he sold I would much sooner take a dose of anon ic than alcohol Prof Huxley was right for alcohol was a more serious brain poison than arsenic The physiological conclusion WAS that alcohol wits a narcotic poison like morphia and chloroform The first stage was excitement which people mistook for stint ulation and even medical men trans lated excitement Into stimulation But excitement pasted away quickly depres sion followed then paralysis coma and death It seemed unnecessary to say to that audience that alcohol was not a food It made neither bone brain blood nor biceps On the contrary It acted as a poison and an Irritant Alcohol was oue of the greatest factors In the production of disease It acted in two ways by setting up fibrous degen eratlon and fatty degeneration and fat In the wrong place was one of the worst things they could conceive Alcohol ws also responsible for derangement of the stomach liver kidneys arteries the heart skin nerve epilepsy hysteria neurasthenia and what was more insanity Thus the number of diseases produced by alcohol WM legion and they were all of a roust serious cltaraatcr zed many of theta were after developing a fair way absolutely beyond medical skill In the way of recovery Besides pedal diseases there wore general dls 1 eases like gout and consumption theyhadalcoholic tuberculOAle They heard at tbe London aoNRrm on tnberctjlost sore two or three years ago Pref nrmtordfll state that alcohol was the roost potent factor IB the production of MtraraUoftls they knew of and they world recognlt iu magnitude when they w re told that M060 jwopH tile- devrr year is this country alone from cQMttmpUon In one shape or another As alcohol was one of UM not Im portent factors In eMmmpltw they would M how a rto Mly ft affbeled the health of the station At that state they might ask bier b- detla Moderate drinking He co W not As ihnlr knowledge of the abed Mme grew moderate drinking defied doflnitlott mil ysirs lID UN ounces- of atcohol per day would coat within the category of Moderation WON recently this autooat WM eat down to two onorM dally and now pathologtsu told best OM OHM per day taken regularly WIII by no mesas harmless If they asked a moderate drinker to eon flaw himself to one ounce a day be would laugh at them Max timber professor of hygiene In the university of Innkh said I find there are absolutely no sef titinc grounds for In dicating a given amount of alcohol as harmless sail a matter of Indifference If It Is given habitually On the coq trary It stems to me to bo In the high est degree probable that the regular ue of a mush smaller amount than one to one and a quarter ounces dote harm to the vast majority of mankind Ufo CDr Itutherford was firmly convinced that It was the paramount duty of the medical profession to Inform their pa tients and the public that socalled mod erate drinking could not be indulged In without damage to the offspring anti to the race Extract from DrRutborfonls Lecture In Medical Temperance Review A Substitute for Saloons Coffee house as substitutes for saloons have not succeeded very well In America but have proven very suoceis ful In England In Liverpool there was suet an enterprise organized In 1876 which won capitalised at 8 MhlO being owned mainly by workingmen Roper ales 75 cocoa rooms ranging from finely equipped restaurants to small galvan ised Iron structures on the docks They will necoemmodatB 30000 persons a day The venture has proved a success al though the dally amount spent by each customer Is only about three cents Last year a dividend of about seven per cent was declared The financial returns bavo not been th most valtiuble however The best feature has been that thousands of men have been kept away from the grog slops because of the opportunity to get something better at a low price If sub stitutes for saloons of this nature are to succeed In this country they must be conducted III such a way that they will meet the needs of the people and be patronized National Advocate The Intoxicated Physician Under the law of Minnesota If a physician or surgeon being In a state of In toxication without a design to effect death administers any poison drug or medlctneor does any other act as a physician or surgeon to any other per son which produces the tatters death he is guilty of manslaughter In the see ond degree and if In a state of intoxi cation he administers any poison drug or medicine or dues any other act as physician or surgeon to any other per 1scredof a misdemeanorJournal of In ebriety Thu poorest specimen of humanity L he who serves the devil for a considera lion I t I s r A CHEAP SILO The Following Flan of Construction Is Recommended by Qeorge Eo Scott It U always dimeult to give full In itructloM how to build a SliD correctly co tunt the majority can comprehend the full Idea of what is meant In Meltons where the soli and subsoil maul up of gravel formation the bottom ihouid bo cemented 01 tho liquor from the RiiiiKo would leach away und ultl mal h spoil the sllngo On tho other bal I if the soil Isclny anal n clay subsoil If w ii compacted I would prefer It to evtii raent u It can be made water pran 1 very readily la oar illustration the bottom and ttdra of wall will have to be cemented waterproof up to tho top of wall as there would not bo any opportunity for dram lo and v tftldo water would get In an I soon doatrof tho silage at least to the top of the ground It is nut prac deal to go more than four feet In tho ground with a pit as no one wants to lift eat sage m6r than four feet If that blah It would be better to break stone six Inches over the bottom of the excava tion and begin the wall on top of lt Orrut the top of the stone and then put a c mnt root on one Inch thick and up the air of the wall to the lining Ir uhio nearly all the silos are made ofI in U flooring eeTenelgthBlBch till k mmonly known at Georgia pine we matched and secret nailed To un dm take ti break jofhu In lining up a tkIUIoU a lot f trouble and whole allUle ate TJH It has never been proven worth A Uii tint an nope of those made In Me lton lure ne yet recited In the least ant were 1 going to erect a now one I wooi J make It just like the one tie MI i d in this article and the article refer to If the doors are cktfoly fitted with bevel edges there It little dan get d epoiiinK but If the doors are too loue then it would be wise to pad then with trio TV iv Mrms to be tome leer with peo pie tIi the lining would shrtMt UUGMp tSlt titer HO badly on tit affect the k w us fir t he MMllago VA we btTe SlOt few the CUM with oars I tblnk lhet nriiri Mini te tOIled beratiionat 170- PLAN OF SILO evenly tramped as It should be I know last season I was forced to take one of two men out of the pit and left nottkeep It well dtitrlbuted and tramped near the top and the result was the ullage spoiled some on one side down a few fret It Is not doing It this year as the next kept it well packed I spoke of not roofing the silo and that aside from the wow getting In It was better for the rain that would fall on It We hue pre prfrwl to put a roof on It more for the looks than utility It may last a little lodger but wo have not wrathcrboardcd It nor sliall we this year although our HlHstratlons show both patterns with siding on them In cane I did side the tile I would arrange to make the Joint pn another hoop bflow the one on which the lining was Joined Ohio Farmer DISCARD THE ICE WATER Where a little Trouble and Expense Will Drlnjj the Dairyman Good Returns Qa warty farm cattle are allowed to- ro to KOtuo distant pond or creek where u holD J8 4ut in the Ice for thorn to drliit when at an expense of perhaps j50 water in abundance could bo gut at tho barn writes Mr T U Terry In tho Practical Firmer Title Is Just trio way it need io be on my term Hut after get ting fixed It is uo more work to pump the water than to go and cut the holes in tho Ice and tho manure saved In a tingle season would go a long way to ward paying the j50 to say nothing of the saving In feed fnjm having the water tome 20 degrees warmer and the com fort of the stock Cattle often du not drink halt enough when the water U freezing cold and hence they do not thrive aa well If I aw thirsty I cannot drink Ire water enough at one time to quench DIY It wjll chill my stomach and for thirstI iflent make mo think 1 have enough but roan I want more If I go to the well and get fresh water at a temperature of CO degrees I can drink enough to satisfy me at one time How much more will fills be true of animals which drink go pinch more In proportion to their size on account of theta food being to much Iritrl I THE SNOWY TREE CRICKET Serious Enemy of the Raspberry and How the Pest May Us Dealt With Ore of the most serious insect ems mice of the raspberry Is the Snows Tree t Cricket This Is a pate green Insect will tery transparent wings folded onI Its buck when at rest The male Insect may often bo heard during the latter part of summer making shrill notes In the raspberry patch mUllcalI The female deposits her eggs raspberry canes cutting diagonally about twothirds of thee way through the cano and depositing an egg In the slit Then moving along she deposits another close to this and so on until there Is a whole row of ergs usually containing nom 5 to 20 The eggs tleveJopTjonsIdorably In the autumn and early in the spring and I KEMAIK SNOWY TREK CJJXRT D SIMTION OP UABiMIKItUY CANS 8IIOWINCI YO0 PUNCTVIIB8 aro often mistaken for small yellow lab colored worms The sggs hatch in the turlug sad tile young feed upon other IpsoctB end sometimes upon leave In this stage however they do little damage the principal damage being dune to tile canes when the eggs are deposited within them This often to weakens the Danes that they break off or heAd over Many timid theeanee die above the point of Injury Frost the habit of tko Insect It will be firm that It to dfffleujt wcoeesfnllj to spray to kill It and Use brut way to keep I icck to to eat oat all of the cause containing eggs east fall This to not so difficult a task as might appear ae the hsdslone are mdlly teen as regular rows of wounds Oy split tint the canes the large eggs may be sees laid regularly In the eumse If this cutting out of Infected rnnee to done when the patch II pruned It nay be done with very little extra la bor Constant watchfulness will hold the tree crickets In check so that they will not do serious damage It Is dimeult to entirely exterminate them at they deposit eggs not only upon the raspberry but upon tho apple cherry grape peach and other fruit t trees as well Upon these however the Injury Is seldom serious The accompanying cut shows the female snowy tree cricket Oecauthus nlvens and tho appearance of a cant upon which eggs have been laldIoaExperiment Station Compost the Manure Manure for garden purposes should always bo composted for the double purpose of getting the plantfooda In it In most readily available form and of killing all weed seed In it If the manure is piled up anti allowed to beat then turned from time to time so as to mix tho outside with the Inner por tions adding water liquid manure or soapsuds from the family washing or any slops that may lie available In flrD1fangshape for garden work and be free goodtimenoxt years gardenFarm and Fire side Some Donts and In an address before DosIApple Shippers association Mr U J Graham of with the following Injunctions Dont put poor apples In cold storage dont put any apples In cold storage of 1 lower grade than No 1 dont handle apples roughly dont use a long time In getting your apples from the or I chord to cold storage dont be Influ POOPIeNowwhen there Is a pront do bell quickly when there are signs of decay do sell at a loss rather than to assume risks you cannot afford to carts do try to have quality In your apples rather than quantity Feeding of Steers Tho most money may be made In feeding steers by observing two or three rules Decreasing the amount of grain In winter and substltulng clover hay anl winter pasture Using cheap grain food such as cotton seed If available By causing the calves to be dropped before Christmas and keeping them only two winters until they are ready for mar ket SheepPrepAre the cheep give them careful attention and liberal feed and you will be liberally repaid In a good crop of lambs a fine shearing of wool and big sheep for ItIImproved muttonbreed Fork Roll I Take a piece of pickled side pork tat and lean together spread with n seasoning of powdered sage and a lit tie pepper roll up tightly wind u cloth tightly around It and tie BO tho edges will not curl boll tender In plunty water lake from the liquor ofr ready to serve remove the cloth slice Serve with tomato or currant I catsup Benton Budget Glazed Sweet Potatoes Six sweet potatoes one egg onehalf cupful sugar onehalf teaspoonful salt ono tablespoonful of utter scrape and cut tho potatoes In strips steam until nearly done remove cool and dip first In egg beaten with tho salt then In the sugar coating each strip thickly place In the pan with tho butter and bake a pretty brown Peoples Home Journal Tenants League In Ireland Great progress has been Ireland with the Town Tenants leaguoI within the last few months It alma to do for the tenants In towns what the various forms of the Land League have done for the agricultural tenants to protect town tenants from eon fiscation of tho improvements byr ground landlordsICorsets in Hungary A Hungarian government document notos a great decline In the manufacture of corsets Some factories have been closer others havelargely reduced their I working force It attributes this result to the growing custom of wearing re term clothing and to the persistent denunciation of corsets by physicians Four oclock Tea Cake One and onehalf cups sugar onehalf cup butter three eggs onehalt cup milk threequarters teaspoonful cream tartar onequarter teaspoonful IIOdaI two cups flour one teaspoonful onehalf teaspoonful salt Chicago Post Free Libraries a Curse Free public libraries are becoming a curse to tho nation They aro making women lacy by novelreading by novel reading women all become In Imagina ten per eeutrd hurolnae and the took lug goes wrong London Express f Rubbing It In She after the playSo you didnt enjoy the performance lieNo I didnt see a darned thing I hoard you complaining about a darned hat DMnt you see that Philadelphia 1ress Essential IdaMy father gave me an automo blloMBAnd dots he atlll give you pin moneyNo fine money Chicago Dally Newt In Modern Vein UptoDate Patter The collection will now bo taken and those who con tribute tea cents or more will receive tradingstamps from the usher Wom ans Homo Companion Too Modest In measuring our powers of fascina lion against those of the women of other nations Ilhlnk perhaps we have taken a needlessly low estimate of ourselves Ambrosia In the World Kipling Hits England There exists an England which ruined by excess of prosperity sleeps and because It snores loudly imagines it U Thinking Hudyard Kipling Power In Blows The stroke of a lions paw Is the third strongest force In the animal world The first Is the blow ot a whales toll and the second the kick ofa giraf- feszasRMARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 29- CATTLECommon 5 CO 0 3 EO Heavy steers 5 10 Q 5 36 CALVES Extra f 7 DO lions Ch packers 4 80 Q I 84 Mixed packers 4 06 4 80 BHBBl Extra 4 50 t 4 G LAMUS Extra 7 15 Ci 7 35 KLOUR Spring pit C 10 f G 3- 5WHEATNo 2 red t 120 No3 winter 0 1 12 COHN No 2 mixed 40 4 No 2 white 4- 7OATSNo 2 mlxod 33i No 2 white P 3- 4RYENo2 81 iJ 8- 2HAYCit timothy rU ilPOIIK Clear mess l2 7- 5LARDSteam G Iii dairyCliolco 17 0 29 2 50 U 3 00 IDTATUiaSPorbbl 1 00 1 05- TOIJACCO Now 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLO UK Winter pat G 10 5 25 WHRAT No 2 rod 1 16 1 17Y No 3 red 88 9 1l2 COHN No 2 mixed 45t OATS No 2 29ji UYE No 2 74 j- POIUC Mess mlxodI 11 36 LAUD Steam 615 New York FLOUIl Win strts 5 25 tJ 5 40 WHEAT No 2 red Qf 121 VCORNNu mixed fi 65 U OATSNo 2 mixed 35k41 3GV4 PORK Family 14 00 14 60 LARD Steam 4 7 15 Baltimore TTIFSteors 3 75 0 4 60 SHEKP No 1 fat 2 50 G 3 00 LAM US Choice G 00 G 50 CALVKS Choico 8 00 8 50 HOGS Dressed 6 25 d G60 Louisville WHEATjNo 2red 0 1 18 COHN No 2 mlxod IiD 66th OATS No 2 mixed 0 33 4 PORK Mess 11 00 LARD Steam Ot 7 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 rod G 118- CORNNo2 mixed 45 61 6- 0OATSNo2 mixed 33 t Si I t t Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and limo FINE invite you to drive profitlook as well as tke rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Bar ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable JOUdecideness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Kv I A Costly Mistake Blunders ore sometimes very expen sive Occasionally life itself is the price ot a mistake but youll never bo wrong if you take Dr Kinds New Life for Dyspepsia Headache Liver or troubles They are gentle yot thorough 25o at East Eud Drug C- oTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor halth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will bo fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Bores Ky i MONUMENTS Iras Hoidilonci Statuary eratteaaNarkla Work of all kinds dons in a workmanlike manner at rea onabla prices and with dispatch Allwork iruar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttorctre Mate tad Collin streets I Bowaro of Countorfolts DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre AlnIII have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the Slave on the market Every family should keep it as it is an in valuable household remedy and should always bo kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y saysIII had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that tho doctors could not cure Allsalves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DoVKts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me It is a wonderful relief DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by East End Drug Co u To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up todato in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for moat prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kr- Rimsxci I Sank of lit YUOM l Berea Cote 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN BEACH OP ALL- Over t 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Ltrjcrt College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladles Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma s Academy Course FouT years fitting for College for business and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Pion Theory Wo are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al feo to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring torsi of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 I The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples alists Methodists good people of all denominations FOB INFORMATION Al KHENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SBCXKTARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky r d II4Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour Ni M wIoM Thltci Sutloo Ky I t1od- oi I ProsbytoriandNand Madison County Roller Mills Potts Duerson DYSPEPSIA CURE WHAT YOU EAT Th SI 00 bottle contains 2U ttmeitht trial ttte which eOdor 20 cents rlirAXIO OHLT AT THE IA OIATOY O- rE C DeWITT Ac COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE lIme Table In Effect May I 1904 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 848 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 a m- Ooing North = 1II J Train 0 Dally Leave Berea1255 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600p m Going Bonth Train 1 flatly Leave Beroal 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Going South Train 5 flatly Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston1230 a m Trains No1 and No C make cob nestion at LivinKfltin for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent I DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist J WvuA Frlghtonod Horso Running like mad down tho sheet dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are day occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salvo handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cute Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect 2Gc at East End Drug Co Founded Congregation DIGESTS RAILROAD No Moro Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion got a bottle ot Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Goo A Thomson of Spencer la says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended a tow bottles of it and it iv the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is the only remedy that baa done me any rood and I heartily recommend It Every person suffering with Indigestion or Dvepepaia should use it Sold bv East End Druj Co WHY NOT GO FARTHERWhen Worlds Fair jwre hall nj The eouthwestleindting The crop ore good condllloni suit is were rrltotylOklahoma opportunitiesforRate are low ticket on isle from St loulsAugutt9and23and KyIOklahoma City Denlsou Port Worth I Waco Austin Deltas Oalveitoa San Houston Antonio qsa I I ILFAST TRAIN- SSILendstlrens Katy Vale Hprclal The Kitty IJllrtp m I SMOKELESS 1 lAAPAYlCK a Stake oMIamra burn like new Why J whentt I t lakes a brighter isM mud a ctree-e tamp They tare time and money t 8 1 ui a prye the t of jMirnrlrtwltli Itl c nti and wi17 Tnu eat or tao No a ltttfrr UlM 1H hl M wlek lOn 0 i tSDI 2Gjii9Sf9ttf9fSiifi IJ- ir THE CITIZEN 11 11 l HIlI 11 111 J I Ia+tfttltt Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1 I+H 111 J 1111111 HJ IJ IJ1 11 11111 J 11 J1 111 11 J I 1 Dr Wm 0 Best is visiting friends in town t Chas Hanson leaves for Jellico to night on a business trip Miss Amy Smith of Greenville Term is a Berea visitor Mrs GT Spencer was n visitor in Terrill tho past few days Mr and Mrs C F Hanson spent New Year at Mrs Hansons home at AltamontBert left Sunday to re slime his studies in medicine at Louisville Frank L Gay loft Sunday for Louisville where ho will tako up the study of medicine Misses Etta Lewis Sarah Dowden nnd Mnfry Bicknoll spent Monday with Mn Joe Lewis Born to Mr and Mrs L 0 Lester on the 31st day of December a baby girl Emily Margaret Mr C F Boggs of Alexis Ill came Monday for a short visit with Mr and Mrs Gamble Mrs Bettie Samuels Jones of Hamilton Ohio is renewing old acquaintances in Berea G M Ballard School Superin tciulout of Rockcastlo county was hero at the opening of term The firm of Gabbard Hill are now operating a grocery in the rooms formerly occupied by T R jPettus Wolcott one of tho teachers in tho Mt Vernon School has been visiting Berea College for the last few days Dr S S Turner of Irvine called on this office Tuesday He entered his daughter Maude for the winter term of school i Mrs G M Patterson and daugh ter Helon of Lancaster were guests of Prof and Mrs Dodge from Satur day to Tuesday Sheridan Baker left Tuesday for Louisville after sending the holidays at homo He finishes the dental course in the spring Miss Mary Minnich of Charles town W Va spent a very enjoyable ton days with her sister Mrs Jennie L Howard She left for her home 1Wduesday Little of Bristol Tenu a worker in the American Sunday school Union is visiting Berea stopping at Pres Frosts He will be hero over Sunday Mr H Burnam Baker of Paint Lick and Miss Claudie Williams of Indianapolis ledwere married- Decemoor 28th at the brides home They will locate at Paint Lick Miss Nancio Ames of Crooksville spout a pleasant Christmas with friends in Berea returning home Saturday accompanied by Miss Myrtle Lewis and Everett Todd Mr F B Spencer returned home tdHalloway Ontario Tuesday He knot leon tho guest the past three weeks of his brother G T Bptb made a trip to Cumberland Gap last week Married on December 20 Mr A S Worthen and Miss Henrietta Jkyant at the home of the bride Princeton Ill The happy couple will return to Berea after a visit of a week or more in and about Prince ton Miss Rosa Ballard of Kingston SaturdayI12 A pleasant eveningwas spent The party was given in honor of Misses Myrtle Louis and Nnncie Ames and Mr Everett Todd Social Events of Vacation Tho Misses Todd and Lindley Friday evening gave n Mothar Goose party attended by twentyeight young folks Each one of the guests appeared in the novel costume of a Mother Goose character reciting the rhyme going with it Refreshments and a pleasant time were enjoyed by allFriday evening December 30 Miss Myrtle Lewis gave aparty in honor of Miss Nancio Ames who hail been visiting her About thirty young people were present The following night there were at least four New Years affairs Pres Frost entertained teachers and stu dents A splendid time was hail in roasting chestnuts and trying their in the shooting gallery Presi dent Frost gave n reading and punch was served Miss Etta Gay held a tfatch party about eighteen guests being present Games and refreshments kept all busy tlntilmidnight The Misses Ethel and Ruth Put i nam entertained fourteen of their friends with a leap proposal party Now Years night the guests staying long enough to see the new year in r Mr and Mrs C D Lewis and Mr and Mrs L C Hinman jointly gave a New Years watch party from guestsIwere present Progressive flinch and refreshments- Mr nnd Mrs T J Osborne entertained Wednesday evening iu honor of their son Raymond who is spending his vacation at homo Quite a number of friends were present andafter games refreshments were served It was an enjoyable evening to I I 111 I I I I I HII- t allCollege Items HERE AND THERE Miss Sallie Chrisman returned Monday She will finish her course in June The YW C A held an at home Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 which was well nttendedI Mondayfromhas been during vacation nightdiding new students with each other Gilbert Cottage will be in operation this winter cord spring with Misses Schumaker and Horne in chargeDr Cowley returned from his mouths work in a Cleveland Hospi tal Thursday noon He reports a most successful and pleasant time Mr W A Mills a new worker in the printing oflico left Melbourne Australia Nov 20 arriving in this country after a 30day water journey Teachers returning from their vaca atiotis report a lovely time Those who were thus fortunate were Misses Douglass Hollister Bearinger and Leer There are thirtyone tables in the dining room and Annox of Ladies Hall seating 310 people Tho baker uses a barrel of flour daily 200 loaves of bread to supply them Frank Livengood returned Tues day from St Augustine Fin where he has been in railroad work the past three months and will resume his college course finishing in June Three new teachers will take up their work in the Model Schools Miss Hendricks Crystal Lake Ill Miss Kate Coddington well known to Bereans as the teacher of the public school several years ago Miss Sypherd Xeuia Ohio and n former teacher Miss Haagen teaching in Wnllaceton during summer and fall FOR SALE perhundredthan ton is purchased Also 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents pjr hundred under similar condition SHELBT 0 Tooon Berea Ky SUMMONSES ISSUED Are After W S Taylor and Other AI leged Conspirators i Frankfort Ky Jan 4ln the circuit court Tuesday the Indictments against W S Taylor Charles Finley John L Powers Zack Steele and the others Indicted for the Goebe murder were caned and continued and alias summonses Issued for the refugees E E Hogg the attorney tad bonds man for W H Culton Is here endeav cling to secure a release of Gallons bondsmen on the grounds that Culton was to be used only as a witness and having testified frequently his bonds men should not suffer THE MARCUM TRIAL Attorney Byrd Made the First Speech For the Plaintiff Winchester Ky Jan 4 Speaking In the Marcum caso was resumed on Tuesday morning by A F Byrd whole making the first speech for the plaintiff His arraignment of the de t t fendants Is terrific and ho declares- that the desperate efforts of tho de tense to break down the testimony of Capt Ewen and Henry Noble Is not so much to avoid paying damages as in this case to avoid criminal prosecu tlon for the murder of Marcum if this testimony Is not discredited James Mitchell on Trial Lexington Ky Jan 4Jae Mitch ell the Negro who confessed he at tempted to poison the family of Judge James Mulligan exconsul to Samoa here several months ago was placed on trial la tha circuit court The tea t Umony developed tact along Ute line of h A RIVER DISASTER ISTOESSELS ARMY Boilers of the Towboat Defen der Blew Up at Huntington W Va Tuesday Night REPORT WAS HEARD FOR MILES JII1eI Of tho Crew of 28 Only 10 or 12 Been Accounted For and They Are All Injured The Steamer Burned For Over An Hour and the Smoldering Hulk Settled Down Just Above the City Wharf Huntington W Va Jan 4At 11 oclock Tuesday night the towboats Defender and Victor were passing this city on their return from Cincinnati where they had delivered largo fleets of coal boats The steamers ore own ed by the Pittsburg Towboat Co As the Defender was near tho wharf hero her boilers blew up The report way heard for miles around In a short time the big steamer was a mass of flames tho fire even spreading to tho 20 barges In tow The report awakened the Inhabitants of tho city and soon every available craft was route to the scene to aid In the enIThe number of dead Is not known out of tho crow of 28 only 10 or have been accounted for and they are all seriously Injured The Captain Hurled Into the River The boat was In charge of Capt James Woodruff of Plttsburg and ho was hurled into the river by tho ex plosion but was later picked up by a rescuing party and taken to tho Ohio shore Ills Injuries are not consid ered serious Tho only dead body yet recovered and Identified Is that of Thomas Duffy of Plttsburg a fireman Another dead body that of a fireman from Corryopolls Pa name unknown Itobert Holland of Pittsbucg and Joseph Moore of Oakland Pa wero picked up by tho rescuing party and are now in tho city hospital They are horribly Injured and can give no details of the accident An engineers young son Is said to have been killed and one woman was aboard name un known was horribly Injured The steamer burned for over an hour and the smouldering hulk settled down Just above the city wharfboat Injured Being Taken Care Of The victims recovered from the din aster were taken to different hospl tats and private houses and see In such a condition that nothing of telligible naturo retarding the rence can be bad from them occurI Woodruff was taken across the by some bop who picked him up and Is now in a private house at Dradrlok and Is said not to be critically Injured The steamer Victor was so far ahead of the Defender that her crow knew nothing of tho awful disaster that has befallen her and Is now push Ing on under full head of steam for Plttsburg Tho steamer Chevalier lying at the local wharf when the explosion occurred rendered valuable aid HORRIBLE SUICIDE Woman Drenched Her Clothing With 011 and Set Herself on Fire Des Moines la Jan41Irs T C Alexander a pioneer resident burned herself to death In an outhouse She arose early secured possession of a can of kerosene with which she drenched her night dress and going to the outhouse set herself on fire The body charred was afterward dis covered In a corner Worry over the health of her two daughters Is sup posed to bo the cause of her action Price of Diamonds Advanced New York Jan 4LocnJ diamond dealers have been advised of an advance of 5 per cent In the cost of rough stones making a total of 45 per cent Increase since 1901 Tho ralso has been made by the selling syndi cate with headquarters In London Receipts and Expenditures Washington Jan 4Tho comparative monthly statement of the govern ment receipts and expenditures shows the total receipts for December 1904 to have been 145047905 and the ex penditures 41497698 leaving a sup plus for tho month of 3550207 Nine Lose Their Llvea In a Fire Elmira N Y Jan 4Flre consum ed the home of Prank Noweskl a Pol- Ish miner In Morris Run Pa at an early hour Tuesday and the entire family of ten except the oldest son aged 18 was either burned to death or smothered Warehouses and Tobacco Burned Raleigh N C Jan 4A fire which broke out In the tobacco district of- Greenville N C destroyed two warehouses five prlzerles and several small buildings besides a million pounds of tobacco Losses 60000 Insurance 40000 Cold Wave In the East Boston Jan 9Rain snow and sleet blown by a high northeast gale swept tho entire section from East port Me to New York Tuesday and at 8 oclock the cold wave from tho lakes was beginning to mako Itself felt Killed Two and Himself Portland Ore Jan 4 Enraged by Jealousy of Frank Dunne whom he be- lIeved to have alienated htlf wifes af fection Henry K Lopmls Tuesday killed Dunno and Mrs Loomis and j thiu committed suicldo Some Interesting Statistics Con celling the Heroic Defense of Port Arthur KILLEDIand 0000 Remained In Forts 2000 of Whom Were Disabled The Text of the Articles of Capltula tlon of the Garrison Signed By the Commissioners of Gens Nogl and Stoessel Chefoo Jan 4Somo Interesting statistics concerning the defense of Port Arthur were brought hero by the flotilla of Russian torpedo boat de stroyers which carried numerous1 chests containing complete records of don Stocssols army Originally the army numbered 35 000 Eleven thousand have been kill ed 16000 are wounded or sick and 8000 remained In tho forts of which however 2000 were unablo to fight It is learned that when Gen Stoos eel wrote to Gen Nogl regarding the surrender of tno fortress ho sal I have 8000 men In this fort and 6000 of those are ablo to fight If you do not accept my proposal these men will die fighting but It will cost you three times their number to kill them During tho siege 265 per cent garrisons wero put out of action ThisI remarkable fact was duo to wounded men returning to tho front Cnsos havo been recorded where teen have gone to hospitals four times returning convalescent to tho forts Many Officers Were Killed The number of officers killed was proportionately greater than In baltlo known In history This wasI duo to the frequent lethargic condition of the men who without food and without sleep moved only when or dared by their officers i The Russians estimate that the aka ing of the fortress has cost Japan 100000000 New York Jan 4The text of the articles of capitulation of the Port Ar thur garrison signed by the commissioners representing Gen Stoeesol and Gen Nogi has been made public All Russian soldiers marine and civil of ficials of the garr1lOn and harbor are made prisoners all forts batteries vessels munitions etc are transferred to the Japanoso In tho condition in which they existed at noon of Jan nary 3 violation of this clause to opor ato as an annulment of the negotia lions giving the Japanese army warrant to take free action the Russian military and naval authorities are to furnish to tho Japanese army an ex hlblt of all fortifications underground and submarine mines a lIst bf military officers of ships and the numbers of their crews and of civilians of both cupatlonsjand the present position pending arrangement for their tracsforrcnce SwordsIsuch of tholr personal property as Is directly necessary for the mainten ance of life and with one servant each may upon signing their parolo nusslnlNoncommlRslonel1 the benefit of tho sick and wounded Russians tho sanitary corps and tho accountants belonging to tho Russian army and navy will bo required to servo under the Japanese sanitary corps and accountants for such period of tlmo as may be deemed necessary United States Pacific Squadron Santiago do Chile Jan iHr Adm Goodrich commanding the United changoJllniato tho Chicago Tho Marblebead and Chicago and gunboat Bennlngton havo left for Call no Civil Service System In Porto Rico Washington Jan 4A civil servo ice system similar to that in In the Philippines Is operatloraI Instituted shortly In Porto Service Commissioner Cooley will leave New York next Saturday for Porto Rico Death of American Explorer Confirmed Now York Jan 4Unlted Status States Minister Conger Tuesday en bled from Pckln to the Christian lien aId Inthis city confirmation of tho death of Francis II Nichols the Am erican explorer and correspondent In Thibet There Will Be No Armistice St Petersburg Jan 4TIe report circulated hero tq tho effect that an armistice Is assured before the end of tho week Is not confirmed In official circles where there is no Intimation that such a thing Is contemplated Relief For Sick Russian Soldiers OiVel Hat Wei Jan 4Ihe British steamer Andromeda sailed for Port Arthur Wednesday morning carrying a largo quantity of medical supplies appliances and comforts for tho Rims sign sick and wounded Gov Utter Inaugurated Providence R J Jan 4oov Geo II Utter was Inaugurated and the oth NovemIgovernor a brief address WHY IS ITIThat nearly everybody trades at WELCHS It is because you can fcuy X Obelisk orGold Medal Flour par bag 76 Corn Meal per bushel 66 Arbucklcs Coffee two pounds for 25 Granulated Sugar per lb O53i Clarctt or Lenox Soap 3 burs for 10 Candy per pound 05 Elephant Corn 3 cans for 25 Tomatoes 2 cans for 15 Green Gage or Egg Plums par can 10 They keep fine dried fruits best lard and high grade Coffee largest stock of Dry Goods Shoes and Carpets in the County and the cheapest Drug store on earth As wo turn the new loaf in lifes history our thoughts dwell in grateful appreciation for tho most successful year in our career We otTer our sincere thanks to our friends for contributing by your confidence nnd good will no generously to the ineastirn of our II CC8IIS wad trust that our satisfactory dealings of the past may bo perpetuated and increased for many Tears to come Will something worth watching next wook RespectfullyI S E Welch ti+++ s + + + + ooss + If you want a first c1811IHaircut pI stop in the r Across from Industrial f No Waiting Qn Dulldrngtr k I H M RACER jt Proprietor i + h he For Sale About ton or twelve build lug lots on tho Loutavlllo sad Nashville railroad one half mile from Boron near Berea brick and tiling fee tory in a line IOC anel- good neighborhood Can bo bollRbright For further particular call on L B MOORE Bores Kr HANGED MIDST SNOW STORM Jockey John Hathaway Paid the Pen alty For Murder Winchester Ky Jan 4Jlllt a year from the time that John Hathaway colored murdered his mistress Etta Thomas ho expiated his crime on the scaffold hero at 866 Tuesday morn lug Ho awoke at 5 oclock drank icup of coffee but ate no breakfast At his request he was taken to the lower part of the Jqll whero ho mao an address to tho prisoners urging them to forsake tho error of their ways In the midst of a Winding snow storm tho procession marched to the scaffold In tho jail yard with the pris oner In tho lead lie showed superb courage and never for an Instant fal tered or trembled Tho noose was spocdlly adjusted Sheriff MoCord touched the lover and the soul of Hathaway was launched Into eternity His neck was broken and In nine min utes ho was pronounced dead ills relations declined to take charge of the body and It will be burled In the potters Hold Hathaway 15 years ago ranked high as a jockey Mercantile Store Robbed Paducah Ky Jan 4The merchan dise store of Sam T Hubbard was rob bed at Water Valley Tho post office Is located In the same building A lot of razors merchandise and clamps were taken The police are on tho lookout for tho burglars Will Open New Line Owlngsvllle Ky Jan 4Jt is expected that the first train on the now division of the Chesapeake Ohio railway system will run Into Ilkovlllo county seat of Pike county this week For months tho company has been rushing the work Escaped Prisoner Caught Fort Thomas Ky Jan 4Rolla rtntllff a general prisoner who escaped from the guard house January 12 1904 was apprehended by the police of Greenville Ql and will be returned S McGuire lnrolmriltouxiiiuined by tho very fowl niiil latent optical instruments His work give satisfaction for prices on nil his work are right LVIIWH rtfiUod within n few days after taking the order If you have nay defect of vision it will pay you to look over liis stock end receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea K- yCoal At bin near depot 12c to 13c Delivered for 13c to 14c Phone H- rChas L Hanson If you want a goad second hand square I PianoOR AN Organ You can Rot a bargain In them nt the fnruiuura store in Berea Ky lOppoelto Chrisman Welchs Phone 26 Ir 1 l 1 1 CFORI SIRS CHAOWICK I A Syndicate Ready to Furnish l 10000 Bail Oov Odell Issues a Warrant for the Arrest of Her HusbindHo Will Be Taken to Cleveland Where He Is Indicted Albany N Y Dec 29The amend ed requisition of Gov derrick of Ohio was presented to Pardon and Requisi lion Clerk Joyce Wednesday morning Itby Sheriff Barry In the executive chamber After a short examination It was pronounced sufficient Clerk Joyco acid however that ho wished to communicate with GOT Odell before Issuing tho warrant Ho promised to do so at once and to send tho papers to tho sheriff at Now York police headquarters as soon as the gov ernor had given his formal consent The sheriff and his attorney accepted this decision without argument No application for extradition of Dr Chad wick to Massachusetts has thus far been received bore from tho Boston authorities Tho sheriff will arrest Dr Chadwlok the moment the Pretoria tho vossolt on which he walled arrives at Now York syndlenteIf ready and willing to furnish ball up to tho sum of 40000 to procure the release of Mrn Cawlo L Cbadwlol hold In jail hero awaiting trial on the charge of forgery Attornoy Qulgloy would not Rlvo the names of the pros pective bondsmen of Mrs Chadwlck but soys that thoy are well able to furnish any reasonable sum of money i required If Mrs Chadwlok Is permit too to go out on ball The federal officials aro said to bo net In favor of giving Mrs Chadwlck her freedom and will It is understood discourage such n proceeding without however Infringing on tho prisoners constitutional rights Cloveland 0 Dec 30It was re liably stated Thursday night that MM Canute L Chad Kick will bo released on ball within a few days At least a an effort will bo made In that direc tion Mrs Chadwick herself has ox her dodro to terminate hor 4rrshlence In the countys tmsllle and t arronilng to her attorney Jay P Daw Ur on Wednesday she alone hen tin vote In the ball question eon bo given In ample qunn Dawley Wo have It li1Nldlng If abe wants It The she wants to she will bo rs n hail Does fib e want tot to not Know BHIU Is up to her erIport to hat her original reasons for refusing hall n tmder axial and that sha Is Inown ady to avail herself of the prof l trffrt- Obetbn 0 Pee 9LPresiduut ifcrkwlih of tho Cltliens National 4hllft of Oberlln who Is under Indict j for intMppltcallon of funds of that bank baannte suddenly and sort iiinly UI Wednesday Ills phytlotan says Unto Illnoet to n serous case of heart trouble and Is the result of wear rr and anxiety over his financial trou hIM THE DAY OF THE STRIKE T V Powderly Former Head of the K of L Believes It Is Over New York Dec SO I Rant be line that the day of the strike Is farmerhS8d I day Mr Towderly had just arrived tit the oily from PltUburg dont mean by that that there Is never to be another strlkO lie continued but I do mean that each year will see fower crises for strikes unil that as n natural result tho strike will be a thing of the past as a meant of bringing employers and worldng men to amicable relations I know of nothjng so encouraging a8 the recent conferences between capitalists and laboring men They have talked things over In many con troversies during the past year ot and with the Invariable result that n peaceful solution of the problem has como A Head Tax on Aliens New York Doc 30A hood tax of 2 on aliens entering tho United States from Canada for the purpose of crossing to somo Atlantic port on tholr way to Europe was proposed Thura day nt A meeting of tho Atlantic stuaidshtp conference with tho throe trunk line passenger associations Failed to Agree 6n a Price Grand Rapids Mich Pee 301sa- dor Maufnor of Fort Wayne and John Urenan of Torro Haute and John Gan xe1 and his partner Philip Arnold of Loulsvlllo failed to agree Thursday afternoon on a purchase price for the Irantl Rapids Central League fran chi so Senator Depew to Succeed Himself Now York Dec 30 Chnuncoy M Dopow of Now York will succeed him Jloll for a term of clx years as United senator from tho state of Now r York continuing ns the colleague of Senior Senator Thomas C Platt who has four years to serve Will Represent Peruvian Government Washington Dec 30Tho Peruvian government line requested lion Henry G Davis of West Virginia to repro sent It In the International Railway Congress which convenes In Washing ton In May Mr Davis has accepted J BATTLE WITH CONVICTS Three Were Killed and Three Others Seriously Wounded Folsom Cal Doc 30Bevan of nine convicts at tho state prison made a break for liberty Thursday and as a result three are dead and three are In a critical condition from bullet R J Murphy a prison official was wounded by a shot in the leg and received two slight knife wound Tho convicts who engaged in the break were all employed In the rock crusher where 325 of the most dose porato prisoners were at work Capt Murphy was acting as general over seer about the rock crusher and our other prison attaches I Daly A Hogan Charles L Taylor and Charles Jolly were employed as pushers to keep the men at work A largo sledgehammer was thrown Into tho crusher causing the ponderous machine to come to a standstill This uttroctol Capt Murphy Charlea Jolly and Taylor to the place Immediately Thereupon the desperate convict rushed to seize Murphy Jolly and Taylor They succeeded In catching the two first named The others endeavored to take tho other free man who escaped thorn During this time the scone of trouble was under cover and tho guards on tho outside could not see the struggling men although they soon had an Intimation that something was wrong The convicts with tholr captives made their way towards a small post commanded by Guard W II Harris who was armed with a rifle Five of the gang surrounded Capt Murphy and two of them had Jolly Tho convicts had knives In position for Immediate execution should the guards attempt to free themselves Thoy had no sooner stopped Into tho open than tho seven guards commenced firing and within 20 seconds fully 100 shots had been fired and seven convicts were on tho ground holploas At tho time tho first shot was fired Wardon Yoll was In Ida office Ha rushed to tho bluff overlooking tho prison and thence down near the scene Ho signalled tho guards to con tinue shooting and put his revolver Into operation also at the same time giving orders to the remaining con viet who were crouching behind rocks and In other safe places to line up and march In This they did In quick order The appearance of the w arI don in the midst of the fighting gave the guards encouragement to carryout his orders During all tho troubla only one Gatling gun was brought In to play and that onlY to frighten tho participants THE CHANNEL BLOCKED Four Coal Boats Containing 100000 Dushels of Coal Sunk Pltteburg Dee IOTlle channel of the Ohio river was completely blocked sad all coal shipments stopped attar I oclock Thursday afternoon by an accident to tho tow of tho Crescent of the Peoples Coal Co which sank four coal Jose containing btiihela of coal at Mcrrlman Th wreckage Is being dynamited an shipments will bo resumed Friday- A total of 1785000 bushels of coal wore sent out of the harbor Thursday and with the exception of about 175 000 bushels belonging to the Cres cents tow all this fuel is now wall under way for the southern markets Friday the Sprague and tho Jim Wood will leavo with about 1000000 bushels while the shipments of tho Independ ent companies Is expected to raise the days shipments to 1600000 bushels A NEGRO LYNCHED Was Strung Up to a Tree and His Body Riddled With Bullet Neal Ga Doc 30 Herbert Sim mons a Nogro was lynched here for tho killing of J A Park a whlto man Tho Negro was taken from tho officers by Infuriated citizens white bolng car clod to tho Zobulom Jail and otter be ing strung up on a tree his body was riddled with bullets Mr Park was murdered on tho night of Dooember 27 lids skull bolng crushed In with a largo stick The coroners verdict was that ho oamo to his death at tho hands of Herbert Simmons DOMESTIC TRAGEDY Killed Moth MnLaw Attempted to Kill Wife and Shot Himself Thomasvlne Oa Dec 30Mter killing his motherinlaw Mrs Wm II Pertain making a desperate attempt to kill his 18yearold wife and shooting himself twice with a Winchester rifle here J B Barrow Is lying In the city hospital in n precarious condition closely guarded by officers Barrow Is 38 years old and had been married but two years Domestic Infelicity In given as tho cause of tho tragedy Deputy Collector Is Missing San Juan P R Dec 30 Santiago Blraoriot of Utado a deputy collector of Internal revenue for tho district of Arcclbo Is reported to bo missing It is alleged that his accounts are In bad condition Official Biography of Senator Hanna Cleveland 0 Dec OElmer Do ver private secretary to the late Sqn ator M A Hnnna Is collecting data to bo used In tho official biography of tho statesman Mr Dover has under taken tho work at the request of tho Hanna fatuity The Law Is Constitutional New York Dec 30 Justice Olm stead handed down an opinion in the court of special sessions Thursday holding that tho law against the sell ing or giving away of street railway transfers Is constitutional THE I1IHLUNG FQRT Russians Dislodged null the Japs Occupied It Intense Hatred Exists Between Some of Opposing Forces In Trenches Close Together In the Vi cinity of Mukden Toklo Doc 30The headquarters of the army besieging Port Arthur tot egraphs that on tho night ot Decem bor 28 after tho occupation of Rib lung fort a small body of Russians still offered resistance In the passage between the siege gun lino and tho gorgeAt 3 oclock In tho morning they were dislodged entirely and tho occu patlon of the fort became secure According to the statement of three prisoners the defenders of Fort Rib lung numbered about liDO beside somo sailors A majority of the defenders wero killed The trophies captured with Fort Rlbjung include four largo caliber guns seven small caliber guns 37 mlllmcter guns two machine guns and much property as yet unonumeratod Rlhlung fort situated on nihlun mountain formed part of tho innor circle of the chain of forts defending Port Arthur Rlhlung Is situated about two miles from tho outskirts of the town of Port Arthur from which It bears duo northeast The fort just captured Is a mllo and a half south oast of Keokwan fort recently cap tured by the Japanese Tho posses don of these two forts should make a most Important breach In the forti fications of Port Arthur and cut oft communication between tho Golden Hill forts and tho forts of the western section of the Inner circle of forflfl cationsOutside of the capture of 203 Meter hill on tho western section of forts little Is known of tho exact poslllonu wouldvisceratho Inner circle of forts Is now cut In three pieces and that 203Meter hill prohibits communication with tho Llaotlo section forts Just as posses sion of Rlhlung and Koekwan forts cuts oft communications with the Golden Hill forts except by tho many underground ways which aro said to exist In various parts of the fortress From Rlhlung mountain which Is nearly opposite 203Motor hill It would appear that tho Japanese fire will bo ablo to reach anything In tho harbor and town which tho Japanese heavy guns on 203Meter hill arc unable to bit thus tasking le apparently impose oIthur even should the Japanese con tent themselves with holding the strong positions they now occupy Mukden Doc 30 Cossacks Thurs day brought In tho body of Capt Erl damff a noted scout who was klllel In an attack on tho village of Tlfanty Intense hatrea exists between some 0of the opposing forces In trenches thedon the fronts of tho two armies The Japanese try to heat their shelters tit advance positions with charcoal Area concealed In small braziers so as to roconllYIposition of the Japaneso Picket Tho whole party woro Immediately wiped out by a furious Russians fire A SERIOUS CHARGE Drenched Horses With Kerosene 011 and Set Fire to Them Chicago Dec 30 Evldgncc said to connect Stephen Gorrlck with drench lug seven horses with kerosene oil and setting fire to thrum and tho barn they were In has been discovered by Fire Department Attorney Johnson As a result Gorrlck Is under arrest Tho horses bolongod to Mrs Mnry Dooley a widow Doslro for revenge Is given by tine Investigators as the motive for the ant Gorrick formerly lived nt Mrs Don toys house and Is sold by Johnson to havo been ejected by hor NEW BATTLESHIPS Preparing Designs For me Most Pow erfurones In Existence London Doc 30 According to the Daily Mall the admiralty Is preparing designs for new battleships of 17000 to 18000 tons and carrying ton 12 Inch guns It has not boon decided whether the keels will be laid down In 1905 Those battleships will bo tho most powerful In existence as the biggest In the American navy carry four 12Inch guns and ton 10 inch guns Russian Refugees Arrive Philadelphia Dec 3mOf tho 705 steerage passengers brought over on tho steamer Merlon which arrived hero moro than D50 were Russians Most of these woro ablebodied men between the ago of 20 and 30 years and liable for duty in tho army The IroquoIs Theater Fire Chicago Dec 30 Almost to n day on tho anniversary of tho Iroquois fire Judge Charles M Walker decided that the city of Chicago Is not liable for damages growing out of tho loss of life in connection with tilt famous theater fire- President Invited to Visit Mobile Mobile Ala Dec 30 Jones M Withers Camp No 675 Unlftd Con federate Veterans Thursday forward ed to President Roosevelt an invita Lion to visit Mobile assuring him of a hospitable southern welcome I STEAMSHIP WRECKED After Desperate Efforts the Captain and Crew Were Rescued Norfolk Va Dec 30Mter being imprisoned on tho wrecked oil steam or Northeastern nine miles off Cape Hatteras for 36 hours Capt Wilder and his crow of 21 men were taken ashore at noon Thursday by the crews of Kinnakeet Creeds Hill and Hatter as life saving stations The big steamer is pounding Dia mond Shoals under a terrific sea and tho crew say will be a total loss In a bewildering fog Tuesday night the Northeastern on her way up the coast from Port Arthur Tex to New York with a cargo of crude petroleum shor ed her prow Into the deadly sands oft Hatteras and was fast in the clutches of the grave yard of shipping before her crew realized what had happened This was at 11 oclock and before day had come tho galo that swept over the country from the middle west had struck the sea and waves were crash IncelsantlyToe force of tho wind and tldo throw her on her port beam and th flood of water extinguished her fires before her inflammable cargo could become Ignited Had this not been the case tho 22 men aboard the North eastern would havo met a horrible fate When morning dawned the wreck was sighted by tho life savers She was nine miles off shore and the water between was a seething mass of moun tainous waves so that the life guards had to stand by and watch the big ship being pounded by the waves as helpless to aid those on board as the crow was to aid Itself Wednesday night preparations were begun to make desperate efforts in tho morning to reach the ship The crews of Creeds Hill and Klnnakcok life savers wero summoned and Thurs day morning at sunup the life savers began their attempts to get a surfboat through the heavy seas Again and again the staunch lifeboats were sent headon Into tho sea only to bo hurled back on the beach After a threehour struggle at 9 oclock threo lifeboats were safely across the breakers and battling with tho outside seas on their way to the steamer When the surfmen reached tho wreck they were confronted with n problem of great danger and dim culty Tho sea while it had subsided to some extent was still In angr mood and tho little lifeboats woro be- Ing tossed like cockleshells about the helpless mass of steel Lines were finally strung between tho boats and the Northeastern and after much trou ble every man was taken from tho Tessel In safety The Northeastern Is an ocean steamship built ot steel in Chicago In 1901 and Is owned by C Counsolman ot Cincinnati She Is 256 foot long 420 feet beam and 265 depth BUFFETED BY HEAVY SEAS Steamer Drumelzler a Total Wreck Captain and Crew Rescued New York Dec 30Wth her sig nals of distress and her half masted ensign still flying too steamer Drum olzler was abandoned Inursday night as a total wreck by her captain and a dozen officers and crow who were taken off the craft and landed on Oak Island by tho crow of the Flro Island and Oak Island life saving stations Early In tho day 18 men of the crew wore taken off tho stranded steamer by the surfboat of the Sandy Hook sta tion which was towed down to tho scone Tho men were brought to this city later on a tug At 430 oclock In tho afternoon tho captain decided that It was unwise to retrain longer on the ship which waS being terribly buffeted by tho heavy seas and asked Immediate rescue The crows of tho nearby stations responded to his signals and after a hard struggle the men were taken oft and landed at Oak Island Tho rescue of tbo men on tho Drumolzlor was haz ardous In the extreme and was attended by many thrilling incidents GAS ASPHYXIATION Man and Woman Dead Two Women In a Dying Condition Chanute Kan Dec 30Jesse Ru pert aged 28 years and hIs sister Ce ail Rupert aged 16 years are dead and Ruperts wife and another sister Ethel aged 19 years aro in a dying condition us the result of natural gas asphyxiation at tho Rupert homo in this city Thursday Ruport came hero from Ohio six months ago Ho was an experienced oil man The Colorado Election Troubles Denver Col Dec 30Chlef Justice Gnbbott has announced that tho su premo court had not found time to consider tho petition of Gov elect Ad ama to open all the ballot bozos used in Denver at tho recent election Capt Hamilton E SmithDead Salina Nan Doc 30Cllpt Hamilton Ezra Smith Inventor of laundry machinery in general use and of thv first round halo cotton binding appll ance died hero Thursday aged So years No More Shore LeavesI Santiago Chile Dec 30Time Am erlcnn charge daffaires hero had n conference with tho government at which It was agreed that American sailors shall not bo granted further shore leave so as to prevent the ro currenco of disorders Senator Clark Coming Home Paris Soc 30 United States Sena tor William A Clirk ot Montana with his wife and child will salt for Now York on board tho North German Lloyd steamer Kronprinz Wilhelm op January 4 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS r MAROUM DAMAGE TRIAL The Case Was Resumed After a Cou I pIe of Day Recess Winchester Ky Dec 28After a recess of a couple of days the trial of tho Marcum caso was resumed Tues day and about 20 witnesses for the defense answered to their names So far the witnesses examined Tues day have been clerks In Hargls Bros atore They agree that when Murcum was killed Tom White came across the street at once from the court house that Judge Hargis ordered th courthouse searched and that the searching party found nothing that Hargls expressed a desire to find out who did tho killing and a willingness to Issue a warrant for his arrest Capt EVen who was with Marcum saled he did not seo who did tho killing Tho testimony Tuesday afternoon In the Marcum case was not of a sensa tlonal character Several witnesses testified as to the familiar facts to the killing of Mrcum that Judge Har gin ordered the courthouse searched without effect that ho expressed an earnest desire to capture tho assas sin that Ewen declared that he did not know who killed Marcum and other facts that have been previously brought out- Several witnesses declared that the reputation of Capt Ewen for truth and voracity was not good and the moral character of Ruck Cottonganc an wife was bad Several members of tho special grand jury which investigated tho death of Marcum and Indicted Tom White and Curt Jctt for the crime wero present to testify that the testimony of Henry Noblo on this trial was different from that given before that body Judge Denton decided that they might testify that they were members of that body and that Noble was before tt but that tho secrets of the grand jury room should be Inviolate and should not bo made pu lic Winchester Ky Dec 9The tel Wednesywas o sensation and was principally devoted to attacks on tho character of Buck Cottongane and wife Capt B J Ewen a prominent witness for the defense and a number of witnesses are here for thp samo purpose who have never been examined Nearly all the witnesses testified that the moral character of Mr apd Mrs Buck Cottongane was very bad and the reputation of Capt B J Ewen for truth and voracity was bad Soy relativIan attempt was made to assassinate MarcumWinchester Ky Dec 30Thursda was another day of Inactivity In the Mafcum caso and the evidence was all of a fragmentary character Tho dc tense is evidently nearing the comple tlon of its testimony and tho whole matter will probably bo closed up next week most of the evidence Is of nature attacking tho voracity of wit nesses for the plaintiffs and show tha somo of tho facts testified to physically impossible A LIQUOR CURE Five Year Old Negro Died After Bein DosetLouisville Ky Dec 29John Clark a Negro fivo years old Is dead at the home of his parents In Lyndon of acute alcoholism in consequence of oxcosslvo doses of wino and a of wine and whisky administered t him by his stepfather and his mother in an effort to keep him from over bay ing a desire for drink by making him sick on Sheriff Mclnernys Quietus Frankfort Ky Dec 30 Sheriff M D Mclnerny of Kpnton county sot tied In full with the state auditor for Uje state taxes from Kenton county and received his quietus When time accounts were mado up It was found that the state owed Mclnerny about 1300 which amount he carried hONe with him Arrested as He Left the Pen Paducah Ky Dec 28Thomas Stewart about 30 was arrested at the Eddyville penitentiary as ho walked out after serving a threo years sen tenco for burglary at Bowling Green and brought to this city Tuesday by Deputy Marshal G W Saundors charged with robbing n post office at West Toledo 0 In March 1901 Thomas F Owen Died Suddenly Owensboro Ky Dec 29 Thomas F Owen a wellknown young man of this city died suddenly at the homo of his father Judge William T Owen Ho was a brother of W W Owen tho democratic nominee for county judge He was 42 years old Big Sale of Burley Tobacco ML Sterling Ky Dec 30Tho be3t iniContinental about 20000 pounds at J3 cents Hlslo also bought 10000 pounds at 10 cents Editor Duncans Announcement 1randcnburg Ky Dec 30Edltor David M Duncan announces In his pa per the Messenger that ho Is a can dldto for tho democratic nomination for representative from Meade cotta tr I BELL COUNTY COAL LANDS They Are to Be Developed By a New Company Lexington Ky Dec 30Qulte an important conference was held In this city Thursday between local and east ern Kentucky capitalists with a view to forming a stock company to develop the coal fields of Bell county and the erection of a mammoth coal clover tor In this city for handling the output of tho mines when opened The com pauy was organized and C K Oldham of this city elected president Its capitalization Is fixed at 50000 dl vldcd Into 500 shares at 100 each Associated with President Oldham are State Treasurer Henry M Bosworth John C FItzpatrick and Judge J F Bosworth both of MIddlesboro Attor nay C J Dronston Judge F A But lock and BoBworth Bros of thIs city Maj H E Hclburn of Plnovllle and J W Keyer of West Liberty The location of the new mines will be on Clear creek In Bell county A special committee of the stockholders ol the company has been appointed to Confer with President Milton H Smith of the Louisville Nashville Rail road Co with a view to obtaining tho construction of a branch of that road into the sow coal fields THE RICHWOOD MYSTERY The Death of Jacob Ketz Is Still Un dsolvedCovlngton Ky Dec lOTho mys tery surrounding the death of Jacob Kelz seems to deepen A search ol tho scene Thursday revealed nothing dlspel1lingchic There was no Indication of a struggle having taken place and no trace of the weapon that caused his death can be found heartbture no expression that might aid In clearing the mystery The watch and chainfound In the vest a small amount of change ant two lottery tickets found in his pock ets are held by Coroner Murt ol Boone county STABBED THREE TIMES An Unknown Man Found Dead cn the Pike Near Rlchwood Rlchwood Ky Dec 29In un known man was found dead about one mile north of Rlchwood Ky on the turnpikede was tho heart with apparently a small smallytho jody was bare of clothing A coat and vest lay near by with n watch and chain and some other small aIupaa lighttmustache J Noted Hotel Burned Glasgow Ky Dec 29The JilenU llt Glasgow Junction was destroy jed by ire Loss estimated at about = M 00 with 5000 Insurance This wan ono of tho boat known hotels In tho United States as most of tho pea plo who visited Mammoth Cave stop pen there WellsoDec Contracts have been made by William Meter on whoso place a strong flow of natural gas was recently discovered with Don jamin Talbott of Chicago whereby tho latter Is to sink one dozen wells on the farm at tho depth of 2000 Poet each Want an Eruptive Hoipltal Frankfort Ky Dec 29The Frank lin county hoard of health called on the fiscal court of tho county to join with the state prison commission and the city of Frankfort In the erection of an eruptive hospital for tho care of smallpox patients The Caleb Powers Case Frankfort Ky Dcc 28A petition for rehearing In the court of appeals will be filed by the attorneys for tha prosecution In tho Caleb Powers case This has been positively determined and much speculation as to the outcome Is being Indulged In Judge Cantrills Successor Frankfort Ky Dec SOKlov Beck ham appointed lion Robert L Stout of Woodford county to the circuit Judgeship of the 14th judicial district to succeed Judgo James Er Cantrllt Judge Stout will preside at the next trial ot Caleb Powers Kentucky Distillers Sued Frankfort Ky Dec 30 Auditors Agent A M Harrison of Lexington filed In tho Franklin county court In formation against several distillers for taxation of omitted valuation of hold ings as warehouseman for five years past An Overloaded Musket Covington Ky Dec 30 Gcorgo Smith 16 loaded an old musket and started out to hunt rabbits Thursday Ho spied a cottontail and fired Tha kick of the gun dislocated his shout der and the bunny made his escape iTHECITIZEN tIMIftlHHtttt +lIlF1HII1ift1HI rllllEastern Kentucky S News ti No correspondence pubUilM tnles signed in fun by the writer The urns It not for pnMJaUsa but a tn evidence of good filth Writ pUliljr H I I I 1111111 r 1111 IIIll I H r 11 11111111 ill 11HHHfo CLAY COUNTY sr BRIGHT SHADE Dec 28Wo are having lots of snow at this place now Squire Smith has been having lots of law ing latelyMrs Frank Hubbard o f t Gooso Creek died last Thursday wit- ifeverMrs i Darn Manning just re turned from visiting her parents ol Slate Lick MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Dec 31Miss Joicie Harris ol Poytontown is spending a low days with her mother Mrs W E Harris Miss Bessie Johnson spent Thurs day night with Misses Mollio and Bertha Johnson Mrs Sallio Bogie and Miss Rona Jones spent Saturday Christmas eve with Mrs Lizzie Cornelison Miss Maggie Adams spout Christmas week with her sister Mrs Maud Tisdale at Whites Star tionMrs Williams Bush has been very sick the last few daysJ C and Sidney Bongo are spending the holidays with their parents Miss Lizzie Burdotte spent Friday with the family of Daniel MaupinJ M Kimiard is spending the holidays hereJames Wilson Und sister Mary are visiting relatives in Bell county Mrs Nannie Baker is very sick with lagrippeHarbor and John Smith of Whites Station visited Luther Mnupin Christmas week Joe Maupin and Pall Cornelison went to Richmond Saturday FARRISTOWN Miss Minnie Mitchell and Mr Samuel Lee of Lexington Ky were united in marriage Dec 20 by the Rev Hawthorne pastor of the Pleas- anti Green Baptist church TheI bride and groom took a trip to Berea to visit her sister Mrs John Ballard anti other friends They had a pleasI ant visit of three or four days after which they returned to their home Lexington Ky Dec 29Miss Dora White of Lexington arrived in Berea Dec 20 to visit Ada Stigal Miss Melissa Ballard Mrs J S Stigal and her other playmates and friends Mrs Tillio Gentry had a most interesting exhibition on Dec 30 It was held at the Colored First Baptist church of Berea The exercises wore of the best and MrsI Gentry deserves great praise painstaking work in arranging such a splendid program and for her work during the past four years We all wish her much success t WALLACETON nttemUngWullacoton Miss Haagen have signed the temperance pledge Ada Egtrjdge Effie EstridgeI Gertrude Ruth Shockley Sullio Shockley Addle Williams Tine Williams Eppie Margie Carrie Claude Addio Bowling Grover Bowling Guy Winnie Grace OrantIa Grant Pearl rEllai Jome Crissman Nannie IFellard Carrie Hellard May EllaI Minnie Robinson Clara Robinson Lou Egbert Guinu Willie GuinnIDREYFUS Jan 2 Rev J P Bicknoll of i Borea preached at the Christian church Sunday Miss Mamie Me visltingrelativC8h010 quite sick this week James Baker and wife of Boron and Spicio Adams of Kingston were the guests of W 13 Baker and family last week Miss Ena Denny who has been near Red House for seine time is home againJim Morris and family and Mr Mciukler and wife visited J SaturdayW J Baudlins parents in Estill last week Tom Hollands shop was burned Friday night including a fine lot of tools HIS loss was about three hundred dollars Also H C Brewers buggy under shed was burned Mr and Mrs John Sandlin and Misses Ena and Flossie Baker wero enter tained at Mr and Mrs John Powells a SundayQuite a largo crowd from this place attended court at Rich mond Monday Leo Burton of this l place moved to Richmond Friday JACKSON COUNTY i ALCORN Jan 2Mr A H Williams bought of Ambrose Hisel a hog weighing 750 pounds Married on Dec 20 Mr Farley Isaacs to Miss Dema Rose Mr Mack Hughes to Miss Lillie Lainhart And other weddings aro expected soonMr H H Fowler of Drip Rock waS at this place on business FridayMr J B Rose seems to bo in ill luck during sheepfivet t now a fine muleUr Willand Dace Parsons have gone to Boyle Co to see their father and relations who reside thorn SAND GAP Dec 29Jake Morris of Indiana is spending Christmas with his mother Jenny Morris John Mnrcuin of Richmond took Christmas with John Brackman John Brnckman gave the young folks n social Satur day night The boys reported fine time Charley Hurst and family and Miss Jane Seaborn spent Saturday night with Y W HellardJ R Morris and family and John Brack man und family and G W Hollard and family all took Sunday dinner JennyMorrisMr John Day and family visited Tom Morris SumL1yO T Carr of Madison county and T P Marcutn of Birch Lick took dinner with Jacob Hellard Monday the 26thJos Stephens has gone to Hamilton to pick out a location His wiCu will follow soon Edgar Brackman of Big Hill has boon in this ncighlxnir liegs1Vi11ing Mrs Peuningtons father this weekMrs Ann Vickers wife of Neal Vickers died Dec 21 and was buried the 23 She leaves a hits bandanti threw little children to mourn her deathrs Tish Jones visited Jenny Morris SundayL V Morris visited his father Tom Morris on the 16111Tllo candidates arc neighborhoodThe PenningtonCarrie Kerby Knob Rasoy Powell to Willie Gabbard G W Hellard has an nounced himself a candidate for the office of count surveyor subject to PartyJohnJones New Years dayG W lid lard was at Evergreen last week sur veying for Ned Lakes MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE MrsThoophihtsSanford cityTheare glad to know that he is much improved after a soigo of rhouma Lulu Johnson of Lincoln Neb is the charming guest of Miss Bessie Strawder of West Fourth StreetMiss Hattie Williams of East Fourth Street who has been seriously ill for some time is no better at this writingOno of the most entertaining features of the season was the play Not a Man in House rendered by local talent at the M E church Friday evening Miss Carrie Wolls of Kansas is visiting Mrs Celia Robinson of Fifth Street Prof C W Reynolds spout tlie holidays at his home in Springfield 0- The Bethel Sewing Circle was visaingbyof delicacies was served inIcourses All left expressing selves as being delightfully enter pained by the hostRev S P Young one of Lexingtons ablest ministers pleached the anniversary sermon for Rev Wm Price to a large and appreciative audience Sunday evening LAUREL COUNTY LONDON Jan L Attorney Gee C Moore left for McKeo Sunday to attend the Jackson Circuit Court which convened Monday Mieses Daisy and Ellen Gilbert and Mrs Rhoda Young of Speedwell loft the city Tuesday after spending several days with their Jvisitfew days before they return homo R Azbil of Kingston was in Lon don looking after business matters during the weekA F Cornelius and sister Miss Grace of Berea ands jofMr and Mrs Geo C Moore during the holidays Miss Pearl Lucas of- Terrill Ky has returned hone after weeks visit to the family of D R Brock and other relatives and lriendsIin London Miss Dora a Onoida is visiting Mr and Mrs J R Collier Lloyd Begloy of Welch burg has been visiting his sister Miss Tillie Begley at J R Colliers dur ing the week Commonwealths At 1nttendingC Moore is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R Azbillof Kingston ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Jan 2J 0 Scoggin and Miss Rettio McCollom visited Miss Bessie Linvillo Sunday Boni to the wife of W H Stephens on the 31st tiny of December a fine glrtlII88 Ida Do You Live in Eastern Kentucky Thou you and your family need t THE CITIZEN This paper represents the honor of tho mountain people and Is their hest advocate and helper Wo need n inearts of communication and a guide to progress This Tim CITIZEN furnishes And see what we bring to every homo coining every week wen when tho school is closed and tho preacher kept away by storms and bad roads Good reading for tho children Market reports Sunday School lessons and all tho important news tinny I illustrations Helpful words for the housekeeper tho farmer anti the school teacher Continued stories thud sinew what igjgying on iu tho world anti reveal the rewards of virtue SPECIAL FEATURES FOR 1905 1 Deeds of the Union soldiers of Kentucky 2 Letters on Eastern Kentucky by Pros Frost Send money arjlflr cost S103 by mail today Dont miss tho Nuw Years umber Afdress THE CITIZEN L C Hinman Mgr SundayMissTodd went to Disputanta Friday of business Miss Florence Holman visited Mrs Nora McGuire Sunday Mr and Mrs J T Martin visited I M Told Sunday There will lw preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday 3I5sa Mary Shearer daughter of Mr and Mrs A L longGlOrgoLIVINGSTON Jan 2Mrs N G lInker of Mt Vernon was visiting Mrs J W Baker a tow days last weokMiss Mary Nicklos is visiting Mrs Robert Nickles at Lebanon Junction this weekMiss Bessie Mulling of Mt Vernon and Miss Mill McGee of Broadhend were tho guests of Miss Corn Addams last wlllkiss Ida Arnold and sister Mrs Dojla Row zio of Mt Vernon were the guests of Miss Mary Nicklow last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mahuln Carson and Mrs Early Mullius are on tho sick listTltoro wore two Christmas trees in this town everything went off very nicely and the people all seemed to enjoy themselves Mrs Nannie Rowlet of Paris and sister James Parsons of Wildio spout tho holidays with their parents Mr mid Mrs James McGuire OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Dec 31 Wednesday night was the coldest night of the winter Most all tho schools around here have closedR W Minter has to Booneville and C B Moore moved into tho house vacated by Mr Minter Sherman Rowland of White Oak passed through here lost weekwith a drove ofcnttloArch Flannery of Major was here through Christmas Mr and Mrs Meredith Gabbard visited Mrs L J Flannery and other friends on Doe crook last week BROWNSBURG IND Dec 18Goalroads with vary little rain this fallCorn is selling at 40 cents per bushel and very little soiling at allPlenty of oats at 33 cents per bushel Most every farm shupeIJumcs purchase 1 a farm there Ilarvey Fee sold his farm for Sij per acre ho says ho may go farther west John Portwood has sold his furls of 40 acres for 70 per aero A great deal of excitement was caused by the death of Edd Frazee ho liar cons homo from tho west ana returning from Brownsburg ho got his neck broken With three saloons and two drugstores heart failure would seem common Turkeys are scarce at 16cents per Geeese are 100 and 125 head FOR RENT A nice now wellfinished house on Elder addition Five rooms four largo closets well convenient to gardenCutlII M SHODSE Boron Ky Mothers Bo Careful Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Storthem In Unto One Minute tho best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by East End Drug Co There has never torn a better time thou the present fur the average farm Improve the grade of the stock 1kept OH Ills farm Well bred and podl greed Shorthorns Angus HoUtdus and IIerefordi are being old nt Very reasonable tlgurei The rum of SM could not be Invested to better ad vantage It does nut take lone to pet a herd of well bred stock when It lr gone at the right way With wool at U feints and mutton nt 4Vd cents the mutton bread of ahe p can bonade to return sit per head yearly Flee of these hevp can bo kept where one cow cult The average cow of Iowa and Minnesota does not bring her owner a return of over 30 It the does that and he has to do a lot of milking to get that There Is under present conditions a place for a flock of the right kind of sheep on nearly all prairie farms Some farmers ore nlwnya toady with OXCUHW for poor crops It may be the late wet sprint the dry June a IH Intel spring frost bug and blight UntIone who while he may fall on one thing will always make n success of his work as a whole This matter of making the farm pay really depend mOre on the man than on the soil the season or any of tine contingencies us lmpoierisked Soil IinpoverisliOil soil like i lit PO oriiliitl hlo nil iieedrt n projKr fertilizer A dioiniHt by nnnlyz iiifi the Rnh1 can tell you what firUlfcvr t 0 IIHO for iliffiivnt irndnots If your lilooil is iinpovcriHhcd your doclor will U l you Avlmt you iiewl to fertilize it nil l girt it tliu rich red corpuscles that HIT Itifkiug in it It niny IHVOII need n tun itHIt uioiv likely you invil n coacent It t Ill fat rand ninl fat is tilt ohena lit larking in your system There in no fit food Unit IH AO easily digested and assiiui- l twlMH Scotts Emulsion af Cod Liver Oil It will nourisli and strengthen ho body uliea milk jind riviiiii nil tt do it fruits Kiuidsioii always the Haling 4ltcllys mlulnbln nail always beneftcial vpv the body is uasliiig from law cliiiHOi eithur iii children or ndiillH We will send you a sample tree ItiCItllInliil U mi the vnipMr nl ivcrv lint iii of Juul KIOII ymi liiiv SCOTT t OOWHE- CIIKM1STS 409 Pearl St Kew York fiOc and 1 100- All Uruggbls r IIIIIiI r Carriage Satisfaction HefeI Stylisli hodyfinishcarriages iovaiiably give No bettor mince to bur than HERE No bettor tlmo to than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch- We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease NotwithiUinding what many plijralo lane Mr heart disease can be oured Dr Miles New Heart Cure ball permanently reetord to health many IhtHMarxU who had awed no relief In tko medtrlne allopathic or lHlmHo iwtfctc of rectttaf prnellelag pbyMeWns It hw proved lletf vmNiue In the tile tory of medicine by being o uniformly BMCrnsful tn wring theee IIhle4lINearly ntvmys one of the ant signs of trouble la aliortnees of breath Wheth er it comes ni K ruMlt of walking or running up stairs or of other extnUea If the heart is unable to meet nda extra demand open lie puwplwc power them Is cemetbbiE xrenz with It The very beet thing jw can de U to take Dr Milef New Heart Cure It will to the foundation of the trou hue and make a penaaneut euro by strengthening and rettewl s the nertw InertCureyfmyeaieitwould M tuwbU to lie ew my t Me rtIIfAOIbtrtilth remit I began to lmfJnItet once alter taking eeverel tetlkw of the hart Cure the pulse In my Mrs and other urmptoms vanJebed am t0nutyeatheFREE 1iM orIackag Mllet Anti IlemedrfOlSpeetaltat will dialeD your tell Yet whet le wroiuj and how ta rgii It COLADOltATOnlr8 Iwuftht th- eMeat Shop Known treatment nollcled Bros Things IIM1H HHtHMHlH lH1tll Learn Arbuckle k Simmons SPECIAL SALE nacriflca profits bnnincAfl that keeps always first goodenoolelII- tOCI here every bright StmAonIIable Reasonable know we deal Selections Complete Lines KY tHHHK II iiinnninitt HEALTH keephouseDraught We tlftt UmlljtorOTir two the best results pot had the booie for that time 111 oUl1 atwiji person end ppTJAMIifl lULLilL medicinerelievesetomach constipated bowel invigorates liver weak ened kidn- eysNo necessary In where tkeptcountry miles from pbI heialthforThelfordaBlackDraught ness lIel1l13Cbelldiarrhooa alimentbeaueliver nearly con bea- llbTHEDFORD5 6LAf DRAUGHT BuggiesPhaetons RunaboutsSurries DurableiGracefulUseful Comfortable Wo have R D Massey Moat Store on Main Street and will hove fresh meat on band all tbo time Coma end see na fair Your trade In hero Durham Main Street Deroa I- cyMISSINGIn If you am not trading with UN you am tniMlng mat y brood things A butlillDR 20 x 102 feet full of Good wA P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Dorea Ky I I t I I I I I I I I I + to buy at I WINTER Wo believe it pars to and do moro It is this policy us with tho now thing clean new and We can aavo you money may be n good Make from our o o o o o Arbuckle SimmonsRICHMOND HI I I 111 I J I hen usut It In yeah with of bate a doctor la lenjlb of la doctor In itself rekdjr to make a wo la and and DOCTOR Is the homo any and to trol the f nn tbo for IihrIJtarn HIIHIHJ sle 1lCJoldnZM alrlA 19011J5507i U 1ulra THEriiCASONJUwWdlatparYins W leIbugle makea1WIsells moremens esud8Lulhoelhmlaurolbertwunun ui rnrrrentbworld rllleellIdordinaryJouand350ihoe PatentCnroenKid fir 4r tcannotsn fWt1wHayesIf IMain Street Berea Ky II