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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1t1iHHsi +t tlIif4 h JLC HIPIMAN fA at tM todopael of etas eumtl I a I t VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1905 One dollar a year NO 82 IIDEAS Unmerited distinction is n curse Wo cant dodge duty without got ting hurt A man often shows his character by trying to conceal it Man walks a tight rope and his balancing pole is reason It is often litter to pocket ones wrong than to pay for ones rights FROM THE WIDE WORLD It id said that there are T55tinick and wounded Russian soldiers atj Port Arthur Hundreds of persons ore reported to have lion hurled in ruins follow lug nn earthquake in Russia lotonburgThoturn have quit work nt Moscow alone Tho Japanese are keenly watching developments nt St Petersburg alidl the TOKIO nswnpapors are publishing extras with accounts of the riots pledgesfrompreservation of the administrative entity and territorial integrity of Chinn Tho Combos Ministry presented its resignation to resident Loulwt of Franco He asked tho members to Individually carry out their functions till n now Cabinet is formed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Gov La Folleto of Wisconsin was elected United State Senator Moses U Clapp was elected United States Senator from Minnesota Timers will lo no strike on the Pennsylvania railroad tie differences having been adjusted Tho condition of Gen TIr Wallace who has been illat Crawfordsville Ind for some time has taken n do cided turn for tho worse Delegate Randall of who chargedPresident Mitohellwith having sold out tho Colorado minors was expelled from tho United Mine- Workers AH employes of tho Sohocuvillo Pa plant of the Pressed Steel Oar Company will got n 10 per cent ad vnnco in wages Mire hundred men Bro affected Tho State of bait has passed n law against cigarettes the dealers lave contented it in the courts but the Court of tho United States upholds tho law rho Now York PostGraduate lies pital treated for tuberculosis lost year and thoroughly aired roof them Tho patients wore largely poor people smith stayed right thorn in The largest and best equipped sailors home in tho world is to h built by tho American Seamen Friend Society New York Tho society has a lot and 7i 0000 in handS S Roolh a Chicago millionaire who recently distributed a million dollars among Chicago relatives is making another distribution of alike amount in order ho says avoid litigation after his death Because his position on tho army approprintion bill was not sustained John Sharp Williams issued a call for a caucus at which ho intended to retire as minority leader in tho National House Whoa tho object of the call became known many who had signed it withdrew their names COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Time Middlesboro Planing Mills tho largest in tho mountains were destroyed by fire John Doll n Louisville and Nash hyhillHealth Officer Allen revoked tho permit of Charles Lampe of 1515 Jacob street Louisville to sell milk because it is alleged he feeds hi cows distillery 810pIIn tho suit of the executors of W EveningPostto u look at tho books Judgo Mille decides that defendant must pay th plnnlifTs attorneys for service in the matterPolitical gossip haw it that two Sholbyvilla democrats will launch booms for tho gubernatorial nomina tion at tho proper timo Congress JudgeFJ didates in question Washington Jan 11 Represen Importantthe House this week It will be to give persons too poor to pay coats In corporationllto tho United States Supreme Court etatltrTHE CITIZEN SOMETHING UNCLE SAM WILL PUT A STOP TO i MODo NCr The Boy Dandlti to the powers t Aw you dauent shoot Youre raid of buttlng the wlndowl Chicago Record H rld 1000 MILES ON THE RAILROAD Letter From J W VAN WINKLE O1TlzlnLOn general interest to Perhaps tho students nnd some of some of tho readers of TilE CITIZEN localitylikeBoston and think of tho interesting went from Chicago on tho Rock things along tho way Island railway It is in tbocotIJl1dor I left Boron on Monday noon Jan this State in the alloy of the 10 Coming north I passed tho battle Illinois river and the canal from fold of Richmond crossed the Ken Chicago to the Mississippi river tucky river at Ford two miles above divides the town into two parts 11 agriculturalIthe ChcMii onko and Ohio runs oast day loads of oats and corn ready for wart to the ocean and on through the elevators are brought into town Paris in Bourbon county and Cyn in wagons usually lint during time thintni whore tights occurred in tho past week almost nil has been brought necessaryCtneinnatiWho of you can toll lhs mooning wagons anflrrlfflntucky Nearly all of tho name Cincinnati of tho armors conic to town In Prom thon I proceeded northeast handsome cutters finely painted oqnnlltoand to Cleveland on Luke Erie hero as tho buggy or phaeton in whore tho lake was frozen over as far Kentucky as oye could reach Thence through The farmers of ninny sections in NorwegianskirkNailed to capture tho British fleet in trious and in religion Protestants tho war of 1812 I was thou in my The town of Seneca is largely onlyYorkplaces whero I lived when n boy and horntho Catholic and tho Methodist whom somo of my ancestors nro bur Church Tho priest who has chargei led Past Buffalo tho cityof oleo of the Catholic holy seems to an bysSyracuse seat of n great University qualified BO fur as the writer can occupiesfamousClinton and Wm H Seward There tho Methodist Church amid feel very we crossed tho Hudson river and 1 much at home with tho Methodist awakened as daylight began in west brethren That part of the Catholic ors Massachusetts whence my grand service intelligible to me rendered bllNIlWestern Massachusetts is famous tent body ns a whole and to which for ItRI Berkshire Hills We passed tho writer lies no criticism to offer Dalton home of Bereas friend Gov Civic Righteousness in Munici ernor Cretin and Wostfleld whore pains well as in State and National tl1lSprlngfioldand Worcester from which city came our strenuous resident is taking rommercohuildingrOIdjllstDOHtonhopelosslphilnllthrophsupposed that nil tho people here nro that corrupt eUafl evidenced in a true Bostonians Of course many of failure on tho part of the better class the best people of old Boston have to have the dance halls closed and sllchgoodthis n great ninny people have come decency is shocked at tho recital of Sateare foreigners or tho children of for standing State and Municipal laws eignora But the true old Boston whice if unforcedwould wipe out people are so wideawake so goner such blots from our boasted Christian ous and BO public spiriled that they civilization onusisapproaehuofInventorsnlorogreatgreat doctors more great educators required to avert anarchy bloodshed pessimistain tho Union There is plenty of in the virtue maid integrity of our thebutsome ot hor States is that hero tho congested marts of the world our good and wiso people are wideawake own nation especially it behoves the courageous and determined and no uninfected of every rural district matter how great tho discourage every city village hamlet Stnto monts ore they are making things country and precinct to be informed theWhotlao of We landing of the Ill lively and the grins the Boston Tea Party and tho lines Ride of Paul Revere intlicatedI S J KdirnrJ Simmon J Edward Simmons the Now York banker who advocate a longer presl doutlal tnnn In order that nationAl eirc boas may not often Interfere with business Is a native of Troy N y vli rp liR birth ocoirrt1 In IKH And li n grmlunte of Willhuus college Massachusetts lie studied law and practiced It In the city of Troy but lu 1S 0 removed to Now York mid started tjlislMrxg III n broker Ho has held ninny responsible tlimncliil pouts Hrprrtrntallvr C K IIHIrflrldl- leproKontntlve CMmrlos K Uttlefield of Mnlne one of the prosecutors of Jjidpc Swnyne before the Iwr of tUe United ShIll senate la ronnWored one ot the heat luwrera In oncrftw Ho wns horn at Lebanon Me In ISM Ills father was n l rce Will llaptlst minister who labored with hand as well ns head being n millwright and car penter Time son took up time latter trade and after working neveral years nj the liomh and wiving up n little nioney lieKiin the study of law He was elected to congress In 18011 Krnndir Imlrrlrk T IlulmU- Koimlor Frederick T DiiboU of Ida Ito who Imes been conj lcu HM In tbo Kinoot Iwinlry has for years Cecil the uncoiniirotnliilng foe of Mormonlnm He was hors in IlllnolH In 1S51 nail graduated from Yale college In 1872 In 1880 he went to Idaho and entered Inisiness aid In 12 was appointed faired Sinus inirniiil It in this pnMli1 tliiit lot iu inrtil the hostility lit llio Mormon fur hr rxcruil his In Iliienre timinl their friiiclilsement lie tins del i h In ioiicrcHM from Ida ho nnd wsit cboeu wnntur whet In 1880 It was erxunlxetl n state Orncrnl John M VIUon Brigadier Jenernl Joint Moulder WII eau rlinlriiiini of the committee In ilinnt of President Roosevelts InniiKU nitlon WHS born In Washington nnd us n boy 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worm thou orchard thief L arc his eager eye Lord Baltimore Is gay I ween In livery of black and Rtrid Ho tilts among the branch green Hlght gallant to beheld A feathered athlete lithe and light lie frolic lour IIIU and wings Ano anon n pure delight Of airborne life he Mugs Lord Baltimore a lover true Has hither brought a gentle bride Of softer note and adder hue Together side by side Where wattled branches lift a root With creeper withe and raveled string Hi weaves the wary and she the weof Vs frame a cradle swing And there beneath the mother breast All warm and wife from lurking wrong nr purple tlnaed eggs shall rest Four spheres of future song Lord Baltimore Is stern In fight Should danger menace brood or dam At well bent the doughty knight Who bears that lofty name Ilia rush is swift and strong the blow An shunt the beak when honor calls Ther trnggart Jar and thievish crow Avoid his castle walls The prlree of summers tuneful bands He cleave the air with golden oarThrice welcome to thy northern lands O brave Lord Baltimore Arthur Oulterman In Youths Companion The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING AehorI Nrwe llT CUi ri Dsrhar rm mrrnt IK CoprrUht 1Xtt by W DUUai bam Co CHAPTER VCOXTISCED You see the condition of my house Mr It Is a mere wreck as the result of the cannonading It sustained from both sidesIn the battle of last July We have been trying to make U habitable and have given succor here to tick neighbors or friends who had no roots left to cover them only to the sick sir- Benton paused irresolute The tall Virginian spoke with so much dignity and adneos The house as he said seemed barely habitable The garret pe iaUy was little better than a winIc10at the north might well have been that of tome of the household yet even at the distance and at the first glance there woe a something about It that causal Ills heart that leap of sudden joy and that kept it bounding still Ant thenIUt should be trueIf what he hopedKind fearedwere really u what would be hU duty to his general to his country Against all one jnls or opposera whomsuverthe- words of his oath of office came ring ice to his earsblazing before his eyes in letters of fireand without further ndo he briefly wild i am sorry toI intrude air but what I saw at window makes it necessary that I should see the garret Will you lead the way For a moment the Virginian hesi tated then lifting his hat stepped backward to admit his unwelcome visi tor We are In your hands sir was his half reproachful answer Enter If you will But then came sudden barrier to fur ther progress Quickly there stepped into view and stood confronting him at the doorway to the inner room the tall and slender form of a young girL eighteen she might have been but not more though anxiety and grief had paled her pretty face But bet great glorious dark eyes were all ablaze as she folded her slender arms and looking the young officer squarely in the face said This is my room sir and not subject to search Slowly Fred Dentons gauntleted hand went up to the visor and the natty forage cap was uplifted Tht hind r yet kindling eyes of blue gazed one moment Into the unflinching un melting eyes of deep rti p brown then turning deliberately tLo aidedecamp InquiredIs another way to reach tho stair Only by going round the house to the other door sir was the Virginian reply whereat Mr Benton with bow as ceremonious as though he too hailed from the shores of the James the York or Happabannock instead of the bustling pragmatical northwest looked once more long at the lovely oval face now ourely blushing before him then turned and left the room Three minutes later he had searched both garret and the upper story and not a sign of occupant was there CHAPTER VI A STRANGER WITIITN OUR GATES When Lieut Benton rode away from the Henry house that sunshiny evening tits long shadows were slanting across the levels and the dazzling shield of the day god was woll down at the west Shadows too had fallen on the blithe iplrita that had been his In the earlier hours Surely he cculd not have been mistaken a out that tare thinned and IImminentbeen mistaken just as surely he had been tricked tricked In all probability by that defiant aud yet most attract Virginia girl Virginian he believed her to be partly because her accent resembled that of the very palpable Virginian the owner and partly because that courteous and Hellman nored native In answer to somewhat Imperious question said The young lady suh Is a daughter of old Poctoi Ohllton of Charlottesvllle To tho very natural question that followed What was Miss Chilton do- Ing there the Virginian had an an swer equally prompt and dignified Her brother a lieutenant in Stuarts cavalry had been accidently shot bj tho pickets tho dark night of March 4th had been left with an attendant at ho Thornton place across Bull Run too badly wounded to be moved when Johnson fell back from Mcnassas had bribed his friends to send him away In n cart when he heard of the union advance and cnrt and contents had been run down by other trooper- sAvorellsbefore they reached Manas sas The Wounded boy delirious with fever was even now lying In tho room his sister guarded Dr Alexander of Gon McDowells staff had twice been to see hIm Dr Chilton had come bringing his devoted daughter and then gone on to Fairfax in hopes of obtaining from Gen McClellan permis sion to take his son home on parole by slow stages to Charlottesvllle and Miss Chilton meanwhile remained there under what was loft of a roof and what he Mr Henry could offer by way of Ware and protection Brief conference with tho guard without did much to confirm Benton in his faith In the truth of the statement They assured him that if anybody else was harbored or hidden there he could not escape for they were ordered to prevent the oc cupants from leaving as well as to protect the premises from harm At five oclock therefore the young aidedecamp went his way not fully satisfied by any means but content to seek explanation at corps headquarters and to investigate further on his return In point of tact he was doubt ful as to his duties and prerogatives In tho matter and needed his generals advice He meant to tell him just what he feared or suspectedthat Paul Ladue himself In some unaccountable manner had become separated from his regiment possibly through Illness or wounds and was concealed within the shattered walls of the old Virginia farmhouse But just at the time whoa ho most needed the Instructions of his own division chief he was destined to be cut off from him and for many a day It was after sundown and long after when at last riding some mlle at swift trot he overtook the corps com mander with blstarr on the road beyond CentrevIIle Ah said that HCildlerly leader the general is prompt What time did he start Start slrt said Denton his heart beating quick and hard again I dont know was Instructed to deliver this letter and to ask to have theee others sent on to Washington by your courier tonight but I thought to find you west of CentrevIIle not on the march sir Theo n y orders had not arrived when you Jeft Why what hour did you leave sir and McDowells face reddened as it uould when he was an noyedAbout four oclock general but Four oclock air Then where on earth hate you been all this time- I came by way of the Henry house to look at the old battlefield general We had no Idea oX your moving and there was plenty of time before dark answered poor Fred noting with much concern the ominous silence of the listening staff and orderlies You must have stayed an unconscionable time there grumbled the general who had not yet ceased to feel touchy at any mention of Dull Run the First Longer than he did last July laughed OKane of the Montgomerys when told of it Ah I remember That pretty daughter of old Chiltons Is there You saw her I suppose I suppose I did general was the rueful answer though she In no wise sought to detain me Quite the con traryWell Mr Benton your division la doubtless following us by this time and should bo across tho Run My compliments to the general and say I will have his letters forwarded Now dont get lost in the woods on your way back- And thus summarily was the brief Interview ended and the corps com mander with his staff rode on Now hero was a plight for an aide docamp His tent and all his belong- Ings were with those of division head quarters and would doubtless be taken care of by the staff quartermaster but whore was he to find his generaland how Well he knew the division in marching to follow or overtake the others of the corps nnd Kearneys Jersey brigade was just striding by him at the momentwould probably take the shortest road from the camps about Manassas would follow the winding wood roads and cross Bull Run at Blackburns or Mitchells Ford taking the hypothenuse the triangle Instead of the long way aroundthe two adjacent sides formed by the Sud ley Springs and Warrenton roads Yet he had fully Intended to bo back at the Henry house before this hour that found him still In saddle and crowded oft the highwayhe and his orderly both beginning to gt hungry and their horses showing signs of hard riding It ended in his picking a way past tho flank of the marching column every now and then narrowly shaving some straggler along the dilapidate stone wall that skirted the pike and after half nn hours groping finding himself once more it C ntrevllle as tjbe n teat of Franli tins fine division KM crating It On the westward rlso of the road way just beyond the old stone church In Centrovllle Burns his orderly set to work to rub down the horses In the fenceless yard of the tint big house to the right of the road and Benton banged at the door In quest of supper Those wero still the earlythe vel vet days of the war when almost any thing but a square light could be had for money and the aide was in no wise surprised to find half a dozen field and staff officers eating heartily In the kitchen and rather loudly and coarsely yet not really Illnaturedly charr- Ing an elderly grayhaired man who seated by himself at u little table an swered their crude Rallies with Imperturbable dignity and patience One of the number knew Denton and jovially hailed him by name What ho thou limb of the west Prod Bonton by all thats lucky Well met my bold Badger for were well nigh dead broke Our Bonlfaco hero wants a dollar apiece for our supper and five dollars for the demijohn of peach brandy hed been saving for Joe Johnston We can manage the tax for tho victuals Fred Its the peach that staggers us And there was unoon scious truth In the statement for the entire party showed symptoms of un due exhilaration Ill stake you provided youve left enough supper for me and my orderly laughed Benton Otherwise Ill see you hanged first How Is it friend What can you give me and he turned to tho man of the house and he In TRAMPLING OF HORSES FEET WanE HKAIID turn to tho tall unkempt creature In faded calico hair and complexion just entering from the loanto at the eastward side A shrug of the scraggy shoulders was the significant reply supplemented by the brief word NuthinSomewhere out on the pike a cavalry trumpet sounded Mount and the sextette started By Jove There goes the escort so we must move cried a burly major Come Denton fork over and woll have a stirrup cup With that he lugged the demijohn from underneath the table slung It by a deft turn of the wrist camp fashion across his right forearm and proceeded to pour a liberal shot Into the glassed and cups hold forth to Mm Then the devil of over stimulation sent him lunging across the narrow floor to the table where sat tho lonely Virginian Come old cbap he cried youre all right Weve been a little free perhaps Soldiers will be soldiers you know Youre a gentleman Join us in a drink toast Hey follows lets have mtoasL- Forward rang the trumpets on the soft night wind and the rumble of wheels gave way to the clack and chatter of countless hoofs Como on majorl shouted Capt Cranston he who had accosted Denton and by this time had readily effected the needed loanwith unneeded lucre moot Come on Dont bother the gentleman Wo must be off But the major was bent on another drink and having the grayhaired stranger share It despite the latters plea to be excused Ono toast Just one shouted he of the demijohn Heres to Little Mac by Jupiter the best generalthe best gentleman In tho whole army Aint he old chap And to the surprise of all oven in the midst of the boisterous talk and confusion as the party searched for discarded sabres and gauntlets the elderly stranger arose hold forth Ills glass and courteously said Give me a thimbleful sir Ill join you in that with Infinite pleasure fully for you old boy cried the major who had gulped a stiff three fingers whereas the Virginian had merely sipped at his glass Now souse mojust two drops more Ono more toast Heros confusion to the confederacy an everything cnectcd with Itan an Oh come out of this Mullen growled a comrade grasping him by the arm Como out or Ill =Not till Ive had a strrup cup with this genleman not till he drinks my toashtIve drunk his Ready air Heros confushn to the confcderao an everybody What You wont drink that You a damned rebl too and before his friends could Interpose the half crazed fellow had lunged threateningly forward at the pallid stranger who having set down his Class untouched stool facing them one hand uplifted in silent protest I was Denton who sprang between them and with apparently laughing case whirled the major about and with hit powerful hands on the burly shoulders sent him struggling and swearing to the doom ay where the others closed about lad tore him away one cf the t nimber A young staff e UAfi tanning back to say a word of apology Then Fred and the stranger found them selves for the moment atone You have done mo a kindness suh said the latter Did I catch the name aright Lieut Fred Denton o- roC Wisconsin Benton jn was the wary answer for though the word Badger had been spoken Wisconsin had not Somebody had talked to tnls man of him be fore and now light flashed suddenly upon the situation Are you pardon moDr Chilton of Clmrlottccvllle asked Benton The same suh at your suhvlce have been to Gen McClcllan for permission to take niy son wounded and paroled back homo suh lie treat rd me like the courteous gentleman ho Is so I drank his health Now pardon me you have not oaten and with that Dr Chilton arose and followed the whispering Darby and Joan Into tho leanto and whon he returned It was with an air of mild triumph You shall be suhvcd sub in a very few moments also your orderly he called It ohdly You ride on to FairfaxNo said Benton I look to meet my division somewhere about here They come by wny of the lower fords as I am told Then they are retiring from the Junction toot salted tho veteran an eager light In his eye I cannot soy answered Denton coldly now for the sudden question put him on his guardPardon mo suh If I seem over pleased I have no reason to rejoice I am too old to serve even If my peo ple had not opposed the ordinance of secession and no enemy could be so courteous and considerate as Gen Mc Clellan and the officers of your own division My son suh and any other Virginia boy would do the same I reckon went with his state went with Jeb Stuart sub who is his second cousin and It Is hard to say which Is the more distressed over his being shot my son because It was a southern not a northern bullet that did the busi ness or the unhappy fellow who gave the order to fire Who was that Inquired Benton thinking more and more of the face be had seen at the window Mr Ladue suh Lieut Paul Ladue of the Eleventh Alabama lie was on picket duty that night But Benton with eager eyes was rising from his chair unmindful of the smoking supper the host was dishing from the stove Voices and the tram pling of horses feet wero heard with out One voice that he knew well rang out clearly over all other sound You look to it captain and find Benton The rest of us will ride ahead after lien McDowell In no time at all Fred was hurrying round to the front but already the general and the few staff officers and erderlles with him bad disappeared In the eastward darkness riding at spank ing trot leaving to represent thorn only a contain and one trooper captain who nave a shout of joy and relief when he heard Denton glad ball and caught a glimpse of his face The Lon be praised he cried I feared you bad none back the way TOU came If so you might run slap into the rebel lines for they must have hoard of the fallback orders Stuarts cavalry are already up from Warrenton and his advance has been skirmishing against our rear guard toward Bristoe ever since five oclock I was sent to warn our guards and sentries at the Henry and Robinson houses and found them all In a state of excitementthat pretty Miss Chilton disappeared during the hours between seven and eight Just after it grew dork To De Continued Ilinprrii Iour IC A few weeks before last Christmas the German empress was conversing at a reception In the Berlin palace with a baroness whose husband ti very rich The baroness asked the empress what things in the world the liked best Yourmajestyexcuao my question the baroness added but it would bs a great honor if I could do something to please you The empress smiled In her motherly wayMy dear she replied It would not be possible for you to give me the thing I like best for I already have themIndeed your majesty a tld the baroness May I make bald to ask what they are I can toll you very readily said the empress There are four things I prefer to all others and they all begin with k They are my kalrer my kinder my klrche and my kuche This may be translated my king my kids my kirk nnd my kitchen Everybodys Magazine Trouble if the Illeh The automobilist who had been scorching on a country road was brought before a justice of the peace who had lined him before You have been out with that ma chino again have you demanded the Justice Frightening horses some more tht Why dont you get a flying machine If you want to beat time and bo eccentricIt do no Rood wearily replied this prisoner You would arrest me for frightening the blydaChlca go Dally News The Success of Failure In life the truest winning often comes first under lho guise of failure ard It is willingness to accept failum and intelligence In understanding Us causes and using the acquired knowledge as a means to a higher end that ultimately brings true success If we choose a failure can always be used as a means to an end raUr as a result Annlo Payson Call lu Lq lies Monthly MagaiUv SOME DONTS AND DOS Brief Hints to Curls Which If Heeded Will Prove of Value to Them Dont undervalue yourself Dont call attention to your own do tats The better way Is to correct them Dont waste time In selfpity Dont lose your temper Selfcontrol and civility oil the hinges of tho day Dont pose as if you expected sym pathyDont think about your look Dont mix friendship with business Dont be perfunctory Some girls work as If work bored them This is fearful blunder Not altogether bon oat either Is lit Dont wear showy dress or ornaments during working hours Dont be late In the mornIng or to hur ried at leaving that your work Is but half dose Do be attentive sad diligent Do bring to the task In hand the best that Is In you Do watch for trifles Do look out for errors and rectify them Do be pleasant Christian Ale GIRLS BRAVE DEED Her Ready Wit and Quick Aotlon Saves A Small Boy from Drowning Laughing chatting swinging their skates u then wIndUthtthrough the trees at Washington Park Chicago 16 yearold May Stead and her efttort Harry Howe acre hurrying toward home late one afternoon last week As they passed near a corner of tho park pond partly Inclosed by hedges they heard a cry for help Without waiting to find a path they plunged through the bushes A short distance frcta shore was A boy about II years old straggling le keep his held above the surtaet Hlstmall while hands clutched at the Ice for support but It was too thin to hold him up and broke as often as he tried to drag him self out I Quick hold use shouted Mae throw trig herself without hesitation at full length 9a the lee sad gravplug the drowning boys hands Bracing himself young Howe alie4 the girls clothing sad polled her sod the boy to shore The boy waste fright tiled that he led for home without tell fag his same MUSKRAT TRAP Easy to Make and Will Catch Lots of the Little Funny Pests A cheap trap that any boy can make for muskrats can be built from a place of tla g feet oar aad 2 feet wide fend It so as to make a bux 6 laches square Get a pair of small hinges and tore heavy wire icreee Punch some holes in the top of the box and rivet a hinge on each end Wire the icreen to the bingo so that It forms a door which slants In Place this In the run and you ean sometimes eaten tour or live rats at a time Thcjamo of angling may bo played by two at a table or by four playing RI partners or It may be played as A progressive name with several tables Miniature fishing rods must be pro vided and tiny wooden fishes at least ton fishes for each person The fishes should be numbered from one up con secutively and each should have a little ring attached by which It may be caught on the hook If it bo Incon venient to provide fishes ute Utile bits of wood which of course must be numbered and ringed To begin the game says the Chicago Inter Ocean a circle should be made in the center of the table by means of a string this represents the large or public pond In It each player puts five of his fishes the other five he places before him In his private pond The numbers must be down The opponents then begin fishing In each others pond When one catches fish he crlea And the player In whose pond the fish was caught the opponent It It was caught in the public pond holds the flab until the successful angler guesses A BOX WINDMILL Contrivance Which Will Run Toy Machinery and WhRk Any Boy Can Make rmakether explanations The windmill is a smell copy of one that la used In a great many places throughout the western states The big ones are Immense ai TIm UOX WINDMILL fairs that give power enough to delve quite heavy machinery The fans are placed In tho box so the fan that is upper uw t will just rise above the edge of the box at tho frame revolves The wind strikes only this blade which It forced over and down in the other side of the box another blade always coming up lu take Its place and so a constant revolu Ion It secured Tko shaft or axle en l TUB PANS OF Till MILL which the frame revolve PASM ot through the ends of the hex Me end of the shaft being given a crank farm to whisk a pitman rod 1s attached for IM running of machinery or a wheel may be put oa at this end for a belt to rUDWupon In the ordinary way According the machinery that la to be run A grocery box two feet square and 13 Inebei deep will make a good use and a dry goods box about three by four feet la length and breadth will make a very powerful windmill which will run alt most any small real machinery BALANCE PENCIL ON MATCH How Pretty Experiment May De Performed by Aid of A Knife Open a penknife and torte the point of Ute blade Into the pencil ahovt an Inch from tile sharpened end l1a tile phll- of the pencil on the match It MSMIent HOW IT 18 DOXI care 1s taken la adjusting tile penknife the pencil will not only stead hut It will be fused quite a dlOcuU matter to dtsptaco It This li a simple experiment but It dourly demonstrates the law that goiLJ erne that mysterious force gravity Accounting for the Delay Rome watnt built In a day my eon DkUsome of the Romans go on a strike paTDrookI111 Life INDOOR ANGLING PARTY I whether Its number be odd or even II he guesses correctly he takes the fish Into his own pond if he falls It ii put Into the public pond If two opponents erg Caught al tho tame time each having caught a hilt the guesses decide the fato of the fishes If both guess correctly the two fishes arc put into tho public pond neither winning The players fish alternately In each others and tho pub lic pond the guesser winning tho nab iv r w1 i TILE ANGLEH8 AND TIIE1II KISIHNQ GROUNDS n Caught or in whichever pond It may be caught The game continues until pond If empty either A private one or tho public and the player who has the largestalumber of fishes wins the game II t two players have an equal number ol fishes the sum of the numbers on the fishes held by each is reckoned and the higher number wins The fishes may readily bo made by whltllng them out of wood and attach ing tiny screw eyes or bent pins foi the ring A piece ot whalebone with a string and a bent pin attached will do for a rod And hook The offer of A prize adds interest U the game T t THE CITIZENfu H 4 1 i 1 The OnePrice Cash Store DRUGS Glenn pure and fresh Proscriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles We carry a most complete line of toilet articles perfumes soaps etc Glassware Vo hnve something nice for you in too piece dinner sots nnd 56piace ton sot I + I I I I I I I I I H 10 H The Home JinniR LESTER Hilt BditM +H I II H H III II H H Invented Sewing Machine Needle While Asleep Tho Inventor of till sewing ma oliino almost Iwggnred himself Iwforo he discovered wlioro tlio oyo of tho needlo of a sowing machine should ho located mil original idea was to follow tho HHxlol of the ordinary needle and Imvo tho eye nt tho hued It never occurred to him that it should ho lICll100r tho point and he might re failed altogether if he had not liroamed ho was building a waving machine for a savage king in a strange country Just as in his actual waking oxjwrlonco ho wits rather perplexed nlxiut tho needloa eye Ho thought tho king pave him twentyfour hours to complete tho machine and snake it sow If not finished in thnt time death was to be the punishment He worked and worked and puz zled nnd puzzled nnd finally prove it up Then he thought ho was being taken out to ho executed Ho noticed that time warriors carried spoors that wore pierced naar the hood Instantly ontno tho solution of the dlfliculty and while tho inventor was hugging for limo ho unyoke It was 4 oclock in tho morning He of bed ran to his workshop and by U a needle with an eye at the point lad loon rudely modeled After that it was easy This in the true story of an impor taut incident in the invention of the sowing machine Waahinuton Slur u Things Wrongly Named Titmouse is a bird Catgut is n shecpgut- Sealingwax has no wax Blindworms have oyes mudcan sec Irish stow is unknown in Ireland lice paper is not made of rice or thu rico plant Kid gloves mire not mantle of kid German silver is not silver nor of Gorman manufacture it having IMJOH mado in China for centuries CuCUO 1OelPlain Pudding The genuine English plum pudding Is always boiled In n cloth For this use a square of drilling dip it In boil ing water then rub dour on the out side This forms a crust on the cloth which water or steam cannot pene trate Always leave plenty of room tot the pudding to swell about ono quarter the ilxo of the bag 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 +HH+H II + JOHN WIRT DIHMORE Edlt- ettH1IIII III 1I 1IIIIHh Speeds of Many Creatures A European Engineer Joseph Olshaupon begun about fifteen yaws ago to measure the speeds of all creatures tlmt ho could study A good jxHlostriunH good roads ho says is a a toile in twolvo seconds The Our man soldier covers a little moro titan three miles tin hour during an ord inary parch that leer not lust too long The maximum by the average iHirson in swimming comfortably is 8th inches a second OnrKinun in an eight oared hurSt ac itireth n siwedof 117 inchos in aI second Skaters average from J to 10 yards a second while runners on skids have made us much as 21 yards in the same time nnd tho juniper on skids has dcvelopx almost 40 yards velocity in a second The man wln made this record jumped 120 feet Icelwals skim over the ice at tel ocities that have reached HO yards a second or moro than a mile a minute the fastest that has hewn none on u bicycle is the record of 00 feet a second The horse can gallop 0 miles in an hour for a considerable length of time Tho swiftest dog in the world the Imrzol or Russian wolfhound haM made record runs timid show 7Ji feet in a second while the gazelle hits shown measured speed of moro than 80 feet a second Tho gazelle however swift as site is is not us swift us the ostrich that homely but swift bird cite lorI OS feot to tho second when he gets down to it But thou ho helps himself along with his wings Tho whale struck by a harpoon and sounding in terror has loom known to dive at the rate of JKX yards in a minute The Virginia rainpipor tins made measured flights of 7500 yards a minute und time European swallow tins attained speeds of more than 8000 yards- A species of falcon known as the wandering falcon flies from North Africa to northern Germany in one unbroken flight making time distance in eleven hours Sclenlijie Aineri cun FOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE and 21 acres of Land on Big Hill Pike now occupied by 0 M Mullins Call on or address C C Rhodus Boron tf COLLEGE AND SCHOOL TK school bail at Vnbaib Ind has iliMTvetl that plain Hewing luuit be taught In the WabRRli public schools Hoy must sew as well as tbe girls The French aniliflfwuilor M Jusaer and has no tilled President Alderman of the University of Virginia lint the ropulillr of Franco will present to the university n bust of Lafayette W Matthew tho negro football and bnsolwll player has icon cleotnl Otto of Harvards senior class day oUl ecru This Is among the highest lion ors In the gift of Harvard undergrad sates UK above picture of the man und fish is the trade mnrk and is the Bynoiivni for strength und purity It is sold in almost nil time civilized coun tries of the globe It tho fotl fish became extinct it would ho u worldwide calam ity because tho oil that comes front its liver surpasses all other fats in std lifegiving Thirty years ago time of Scotts KinnN 8um found n way of cod liver oil HO that everyone can take it anti got the full value of the oil without the taste Scotts best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength Stail fur ftw ample SCOTT t UOWNK CilKMTSTsJ 4oeis r ABL iTacirr NEW TOME Me nod flOO All druggIsts I CURIOUS CULLINGS The woman tennis clminplon of New Zealand has but one hand mid that Is the left one hilt site etui serve u ball that Is cxeeedliigly tllfflcnlt to return A refrigerator cannot be bought In the city of Jere Spain There are no factories for furniture nor for any kind of hardware An olllce desk or n re volving chair cannot be found at any store The body of M Markoff the great Siberian railway contractor has been uttiffrd by hU widow titled with glass eyes and garbed In dress clothes and It now Inhabits a richly Inlaid cabinet In n corner of Mine MarkofTa drawing room A Hungarian blacksmith recently sent as a present to the emperor of Austria a hontrahoe a pair of pinchers a fllo and a knife all Ingeniously nailed to a gooses egg without the egg being broken The emperor sent In re turn his photograph a gold medal and 30 ducats CURRENT COMMENT The Inventor of this gold brick fa deed but ninny counterfeits survive him Loulnvllle Herald It looks an If the psychological mo ment has come for tbe world powers to move for mediation and peace New York American Since the fall of Port Arthur Great Ilritaln must feel somewhat skeptical an to time Impregnability of Its own Gi braltar Kansas City Star nut a few short months ago Russia was regarded as a menace to all Europe So easily pricked a bubble Is hu man greatness UalUinore American- It Is the art of providing trees for use that forestry teaches suit the lumber Industry Is beginning to realize that the forest conservator Is his friend TRACK All return railway tickets In Prussia are good for ut leant fortylive days The finned consumption of ties on tho IhXllIV miles of railroad track In this countr Is 114000000- llerlln urbs are now served by a rallies ele trio tramway car deriving Its moUe power from overhead wires distance of LJtO mile The train makes the trip In UM minutes SCIENCE SIFTINGS Professor Olacoblnl recently illscoY eat a faint comet while at work nt the Nice observatory A cubic foot of air weighs a little more than an ounce while a cubic foot of water weights 1000 ounces A Norwegian chemist predicts that the time will come when more alcohol will be mode from sawdust than from potatoes GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered at all hoursitDirect from Baltimore every Friday and Hardware Dont fail to come in when need in thatHnI I EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea Ky j jumpedout iHMHIMHl The School speedover speedICfluirtl H 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Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as death claims in each one an other victim of Consumption or Pneu monia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated thn tragedy is averted G Huntley of don Ind writes lMy wife had the gaveherConsumptiooCoughs and today she is well and strong It of all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at Hc and 100 by East End Drug Co Trial bottle free l u iJU5i1tt D- lJrnftliSintt By HENRY S PRITCHETT Pre ldent Mtiischutctts Institute at TrchnoJojy P of of whether business ot- a the greater re wards to young man is one which be answered categorically In business no less than in the professions the stress of competition Is becoming each year harder To obtain in either high place requires ability energy and initiative of high or der The man who has these qualities will get his reward whether he choose one career in life or another and the estimate as to whichre ward is the greater will always involve large personal equation There is no absolute standard of rewards she great bulk of men however possess the qualities in mod erate degree only For the average man success in business will mean i very modest living and comparatively uninteresting life Faithful ness and attention to business are nQt enough to get one further than modest clerkship- In the ordinary professions the law medicine the church medio crity means aljoa very moderate reward In such cases thqJeijoiceof profession ought to depend in some measure on the Value ot the mans work to the community Law and medicine contribute in the main to what one might call the passive side of production They do not add to the wealth or the productive power of nation It seems to me therefore that man whose abilities warrant an expectation of only moderate success in life may anticipate greater happiness more interesting companionship and larger measure of usefulness in the by entering profession which contributes positively to the power or wealth of nation Such professions arc those of the engineer the architect the chemist and the teacher In these moral efficiency will count certainly as much as- in the others There are few men however who have the clearness of vision to look themselves in the face and admit their very mediocrity Such ability would argue mind of such rare quality as to put him out of the class of the average man Aritftrtai EreaiUm nf tumctu 2Jtf By Prof A MATHEWS Associate Professor Physiology University Chicago iI The offers cannot world There are two facts which practiealh assure us of thoullimate artificial formation of living matter These are that living matter is every m in cut formed front lifeless matter in ourselves anti all aba ut us and that living matter nust have begun to eHit at sotae doffrtttctime in the earths histdrftand must then cither have orjghffttcd apontdndDus ly or have come from space As there is no evidence that life exists anywhere in the universe but on our earth arras there Is no reason why iifeotl frdm space reached the earth in the past it might not do so now and new beings constantly appear without earthly pwrcntc which no biologist believes it is more probable that living matter originated spontaneously frgm lifeless JYFortunately there have been other lines of investigation which have modified this pangenic hypothesis Many different sciences have contributed to an understanding of vital processes The chemist has analyzed protoplasm and suggested the chemical nature of the syn theses going on in it the physicist has studied foams gels and solutions and found that these show properties like those of living things the microscopist has shown that living matter has a foam structure and that it undergoes physical changes in its viscidity coincident with changes of function the physiologist has taken the living phenomena one by one contractility conductivity irritability consciousness secretion and sought for clear physical and chemical explanation for each of these functions the geologist has told us where in all probability life first originated on the earth mid what the conditions were at that time To make living matter we shall not first have to make living sub stance for as has been hown no such substance probably exit but we shall have to duplicate a reaction in which possibly several sub stances arc concerned While therefore its artificial synthesis may be long delayed and while unforeseen obstacles may arise think from recent progress we have every reason to feel encouraged and to look forward with confidence to the artificial formation of protoplasm 1Jrf rrstrtJH ath imgaiiriuBy GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL Secretiry National Irrigation Association questionto a prolessfoualcareer a a a a a a a a a a a a a o A I In the western lull of the Unit d Staes destruction of forests has an intimate bear ing upon the capacity of the states to sustain population for popu lation results front ir rigation irrigation dr pcnds upon water supply and the water supply is furnished from the melting snows caught and held by the forests clothing the great mountain chains of the Sierras and the Rockies Three things arc necessary to insure a maximum water supply fur irrigationFirst to prevent wholesale destruction of timbered watersheds Second to substitute therefor a rational system of forest cutting and Third to reforest or afforest lands where the value of the water supply warrants this most advanced and expensive feature of the American forestry plan The first of these should receive the first consideration the pres ent waste should be checked and the second part of the plan adopted before it is too late and the third and most expensive part becomes the only remedy For every thousand dollars now expended in carrying out the first twp provisions of the plan where all that is needed is to husband the resources of nature a million dollars will be required to attain the results through forest planting What is needed today is vastly more strength to the arm of American forestry for the vigorous prosecution of its carefully out lined plyis to save what we now possess The two greatest problems before this country today well worthy the expenditure by the nation of millions and hundreds of millions of dollars instead of thousand and hundreds of thousands are forestry and irrigation They will return such expenditure principal and interest many times over and the policy will demonstrate its wisdom easily within the present gen eration ruse JESUS AND- NICODEMUSSondaySchoolLcuoa lor Jin 291905 Prepared by the Highway Byway rPreacher utI lOopjilf htlMk J EJloa LESSON TEXTJohn 1115 MemorIverses and 15 Read John OOLDBN TKXTdod to loved the world bat lie cave lip only begotten Son that whosoever bellcveth In Him should not perish but have everlasting life John 111 TIM ESome time during the feast of the passover which Jesus left Oajltte to alItend John 211 Perhaps two months events of lat lesson PLACKJerwalem rrobably In the upper room reached by outside stairway In Ibe house where JesUa waa truest A MINDERnpnt John 2021 Ai we begin the study of Ihls lesson let us ask ourselves the question How will It help us to believe that Jesus L the Christ lb Son of QodT and how will It help u to con vincI others of this all important truth The Lesson oumnllITHEME The New LTbe Fact of the New lllrth vs 1J U Nlcodemus Quest X C Jesus Solemn Declaration v 1 UThe Nature of tbe New lllrth vs 414 C Misunderstood by Nlcoderau vIC Explained by Jesus va Ht a New Blith through Ihe Spirit v iftNew Birth Spiritual not fleshly v 1 c New IJIrth not v 7 fl Nw lllrth Invisible v IIe New lllrth known absolutely by Jesus O New IJIrtb 1LIvU- New Birth made possible by Jeua IS It IJlThe Recipient of New lllrtn Ik I Ueilevera In Christ a Escape Death b Obtain Eternal Life Comparing Scripture with Scripture 1The Fact of the New Dlrtb 1 Nlcodtmtis Quest va 1 2 Nlcodemm came seeking he knew not what wu brought face to face with andI the most profound truths of lie recognized Jesus as a teacher sent from God yet doubted Ills personal mesaaga to him lie admitted tha miracles of Jesus yet was a stranger tn the greater miracle of the new birth Whatever may have been the attitude of Nlcodemus towards Jesus that night certain It Is that ho became later a secret believer In Him See John 7061 and 1939 2 Jesus Solemn Declaration v 3 This pasange Is specially significant InI that It U the flrst recorded discourse Jesus and was delivered to Nleodemus who was a ruler of the Jews and a member of the SanhwJrln NleodemtW high position as a religious teacher among the Jews and hit zeal and devo Usa to Gods law and the Jews religion dW not aware him of a place In the King dom of God He must be born agate or from above marginal reading as must every one who enters the Kingdom of God The fact of the new birth as es senUal to salvation needs emphasis In this day of liberalism and apostasy The new birth Is necessary because of corrupt human nature vs 6 and Rom 878- II The Nature of the New Birth 11 Misunderstood by Nlcodemus v 4 Tblt natural mind cannot understand the thugs of God 1 Cor 214 Jesus was Imaged at Nlcodtmut bUodnest of heart v 10 Mark 818 Bph418 2 Explained by Jews a New Birth Through the Spirit v 6Dorn- of water and of the Spirit Implying a thorough spiritual purification by the operation of the Holy Spirit water be ng symbolic of cleansing In all the Jewish ceremonies Comp Titus 18 b New Birth Is Spiritual v 6 Just as flesh begets lech to the Spirit begets spiritual It Is iplrltual resurrection Bph 21 6 A new creation 2 Cor 817 Gal 615 Eph210 Ie New Birth Not Unreasonable TIf physical birth Is necessary to share In phyelcanife then why should It be thought strange that there must be Spiritual birth to experience spiritual IUe1 The birth of the babe marks IU advent Into the world The birth of a soul under the power of the Spirit mark the advent of a soul Into the Kingdom of God Marvel not therefor ye must be born again- d New Birth Invisible and Unob servable v 8The Spirit and the Indi vidual soul are the only ones that know of the sacred process Curious eyes may not lift the curtain which God has drawn over this natal spot of the soul e New Birth Known Absolutely br Jesus v nLulie 240 62 A personal testimony of actual experience stronger evidence than the most learned and weighty theory or opinion t New Birth an Earthly Experience v 12It marks the beginning of spirit ual sight If the Initial truth of the Christian life seems so Incomprehen sible how could the deeper mysteries of the Kingdom of God be received- g 1 New Birth Made Possible by Jesus Christ vs 13 BHere Is a sub lime picture Head the story In Num 2149 A type of which Christ was the fulfillment Jesus sacrifice for sin was to give life It made the New Birth possible Those who are born from above ire begotten of God 1 John 61 The Recipient of the New Birth v 16Jesus declared the tact of th slew Birth lie then showed Its nature and Its necessity and now because Us was the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world He makes the New Birth dependent upon faith in Him The Golden Text For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that who soever bclleveth In Him should not per lab but have everlasting lItlrblsverse Is Immeasurable Inexhaustible illsatisfying It reaches from God In the highest to the depths where sin has cut the world The vast ocean of Godn love rolls there bearing on Its bosom the fall gift His only begotten Son Everlasting life is there to deliver from Deaths power Faith like a jewel flashes forth revealing Christ on the cross for sin And in Its midst islet the gateway of whoeoevtr will THE DIFFERENCE IT MADE Young LAdy Stood Up for Her trl- nIolples and It Saved a Young Man Two young ladles In attendance at the Detroit convention stopped at one hololsI It bad been their upon by a colored man whose attention and consideration had been most grateful Without convey ing the humiliating sense of their own Ignorance he had again and again helped them out with the bill of fare much of which would otherwise have been unintelligible to the uninitiated country girls Today they had been eo absorbed In the meetings that they had come to theIr noonday lunch almost all hour late They found the dining room almost deserted but their black friend was on hand ready to serve them with his usual suavity As they ran lover the bill of taro hn deferentially suggested one and another dish which 1000Iupon that Item on the bill of fare Yes wo will take pudding Adelaide said I tees almost hungry enough to begin at the top and order everything down to the dessert she added While they wore In the midst of their dinner Adelaide stopped and began to study the menu card Ob Jean the gasped suddenly Well returned that young person a bit provoked because she saw that Adelaide had attracted Ute attention of the young man who sal opposite themDid you know that pudding Is served with brandy saucer Well what of IU Joan whispered I dont suppose there la enough to burl anybody Enough to hurt anbody Jean Clarke you toRt AMU to My that you a member of UM Christian ICMtaw society and ebalrnsaa of UM Um wraite MMMmltUo would eat pudding with brandy saucer No of court I would not but then Is no UM waking a fuss about It now We ean just eat a IttU Mt of the quid ding and let the sauce alone or we can take It sad let It atone altogether Thefts no use adverttlug oar peculiar views before the pablK A IHUe rod spot turned on titter of Adelaides eheska Jan aIM MM qulotlr I am not going to let twin that black man who waits on ua believe that wt approve of such thlnf Beside ski added laughingly I dont weal to bt cbMttd out of my chart in that fashion I am going to tell blur to change my order to apple pit at the same time signal lag the waiter who stood some dis tance away In a moment be was beside them Pas bring apple pit liaised of podding she Mid In a clear tone The walter bowed and asked politely Dots you all want apple pit mused of pudding iRdaolNg the young man la the qneotloN evidently taking him to be one of the party Jean bail murmured an Indistinct Yet and the young man when ap pealed to flushed slightly tt Inclined his Mad In the aWrwatlvo Both nirla noticed this and wire impressed IlL When they left the dlnlDgrooffl he was still at the table Addle believe that young man changed lit order because of what you said Jean confided to her friend In a whisper Very likely be did Adelaide returned and for that reason I am all the betty satisfied that I stood up for lay colon You knew It always pays to do that Ob yet I MPPOM 10 Jean re turned but sometimes think you make a good deal over very little things That evening when the girls came Into the dising room the walter handed Adelaide her notebook saying that she bad left It on the table and that the young man who had eaten with them said that It belonged to the darkhaired young woman As Adelaide opened the book she saw grnclled on the Inner cover thene words Thank you for the apple pit Dear mo Jean began scooting a jomance how Interesting Adelaide however was of the more practical turn of mind and merely said am glad that the young man ap preciated what I did and hope If he had intended taking tho brandy sauce U will be a lesson to him to spook out when he should Six months pasted away and one day Adelaide met her friend on the steps of the post office Oh Jeanl she exclaimed comeback Inside I have something to tell you Do you remember the young man who sat opposite Us at the table last slimmer at Detroit Jean nodded Nell yesterday I received a letter Jeans eyes sparkled expectantly What did I tell you she began trl umphantly You received a letter from the young man No I did not Adelaide returned soberly It was from that young mans mother It seems that when we saw him last summer he was traveling about In search of health He was the only son ut his mother and a few years before this while he was In college he had alien In with a set of wild fellows and had contracted the drink habit It came very near sweeping him away lie was the victim of heredity too his mother said but all the while even when be was In the aeemlnrly bopoltf alums of his enemy ho struggled manfully tu free himself Almost a year before we saw him he was led to glen himself to Christ and during this Unto teemed to have entirely gained1 the mastery over the old habit On that particular day however he said that a craving for stimulants came over him and wbJhe saw the puddlng on the bill Of thutiRU tie really knew what It meant he had ordered It He bad sold to him self that the mere flavor of tile brandy could not really hurt him and that It might revive his drooping spirits But when ho heard what I sold his eon science touched him deeply Ho did not believe though that he would have hats the courage to change his order if the walter had not appealed to him at that- time and If he hall not known that we were looking at him He went straight home to his mother after leaving Detroit and from that time on there wee no return of the old temptation Latt week ho died died a triumphant Christian Before bo passed away he gave hit mother the addreta he bad copied from my note book and asked her to write and tell mo about It By this time both girls were weepAg You dont know Joan Adelaide went onMllow thankful I am for My pert In the matter What If hail kept quiet Deer Jean returned huskily you renumber what I saM about your being too particular about little things Well I have come to the nNflt lon that IH matter of right and wrong there are no little thingsNatlaul Advocate NOT OVERDRAWN Why the Criticism of the Statements of Temperance Reformers Is Not Just The frequent sleet of extravagant over statements and Intemperate Bw pall need concerning teelkm of Inebriety always reflects on the failures of critics to understand the anbjert Ihyeictans laymen and the prett seem WI to retard all emphatic expressions of writers on these tuhjeclc as unreliable sad Inching In trulafuliM This It seen In other direction particularly IH science Men every nw discovery Is received with doubts and tfenlala liven explorers of a new continent art dicredited at Ant and their statements considered extravagant Why wary advanced teacher or writer on this subject should be considered incapable of fairly representing the farts Is a lays tery One of the largest class of pit eons who writes on title subject art those who have mfiered pw alll or In their families hem the evils follow ing from the use of spirits The lan guile of such perms is oftn very la tease and their word description re lent this experience which they ran In no way exaggerate except In the nttfaav Use of pities who have red had tuoh eiprrtence Another smaller else are composed of physicians and re formers and penons who have thought fully watched and studied thren taof alcohol In the wmht of Individuals and communities such parses writ with an eagerness and kuprrm roandenet of the accuracy of be fact In both ol theee clauses their earnest burning words are not the produt uf distorted views or exaggerated lma lnatlon but conceptions of realities described In term unknown to those who have never realised the meaning of theee drug states The literature of persons who describe their experience hat a very deep ptychotofilcal meaning which hat never been studies The tupnoard exaggeratkint and Intemperate wrma are reAectloM of Imnretuunt made on the brain the accuracy of which smut bt disputed The student who hat followed the movements of the psychological leas and forcea which move with unerring certainty becomes cmphatit and dogmatic to othfrt without Into knowledge In both of these span there U a message the truthfulneaa which It prophetic and CM only he stated In the strongest petal bit terms The oldtime crlllcUmk of the early abolitionists sound chUoith at this time and yet they were expretateM of Intuition and coming events nnronrHed It is nnwite to Wtof sod coaueinn the language of the reformers slid ptoaeem whose moa of knowledge exceed our own anti the personal eoBdtinnaUM of statements of experience and toly is but cheap criticism Journal of Ine briety Living ln Gods Time- A number of years ego Frntrcea K Willard made a temperance address la Boston During her stay in the city a young man happened to can upon Wendell Ibllllpt who entertained hint until late In the night telling Of the rid abolitionist days and showing him relics of their struggle AB the young man rote to depart be iBid to Mr Phillips Mr Phillips I think If had lived In your time would have been heroic too Mr Phillips who had gone to tkdoor with his caller pointed tN the saloons down the street and hit voice was keen with Indignation Voting mnn he said you are liv ing In my time and Gods time DM you hoar Frances ViIlard last night 1 De assured that no man oonld have boo heroic then who Is not heroic now Good night A Crime Producer In Massachusetts In 180690 Com missioner Wadlln conducted a careful Investigation under direction of tho legislature to answer the question What Is the relation of the liquor traffic to crime pauperism and Insani ty1 His report made to the legisla urn In Janury 1S9G showed Ot adult criminals 9G per cent were so because of triO liquor traffic Of adult paupprs 75 per cent were ao because of the liquor traffic Of adult banns 51 per cent were co because U the liquor traffic Y- 1 GOOD DRAG AND HARROW Farm Implement Which the Handy Farmer May Construct for Hlmielf Every farmer knows a barrow and drag are two useful farm Implement Here you will find a harrow and drag combined which has proven very useful In both sod and loose ground and which pulverizes and levels at the same time MJS Hpltomlit The one I made Is to be need with three horses It consists OOCU I1UAO AND 1IAHUOW of three pieces four Inches by four lit bee by ten feet three pieces one and one hair Inch by six Inches by thrlO- fttI two pieceone and onehalf Inches by six Inches by three and onehalf feet and XI harrow teeth In spacing put tile teeth one foot apart In the second bean begin fur ItwbM farther In than on the nnt alit la the third eight Inched farther In than the fleet The harrow tttttb should bn placed a little backward so that If anything catches fast it will pull off Give this a trial and ite what It will do- INTERESTING TEST 4 Experiments to Prove Relative Value of Deep and Shallow Cult vatlon for Grains Rxpertments In deep and shallow cut UvatMra have been ramliMiMl by a nuta bar Qf expoflmoiit statlOM of the coun try The Ohio station has completed a ttejrear serves of suck exp rlw iits acd reports as follows shovet a ilfptk of four lurbts or a little ninrc Kwr shallow worhlai a swlMg trth cultivator has been used and the ft unit Is Mirril to a topth of sn laob ard a half- rfakatC Mh years WIt by 1tclf with A siagn xette tallow rutU va n has i iun a lar r yield of untie TccanlltM of weather comiltloaia Ose riawn It Is t Ilr O increase Is of lit- II moWBl V Kh th XrptlON Of O- HfBMO th VK nf invr Is larger fn m IaIuW uliivatlan- Tnkinir Ir a rot r for the Blot see i i work Fha1L w riitivailoB leads In frmB by Hrty four bushels per acre til In stor r Iq2IIC pounds per i M Thll piarr if deep aid Shal i w uitivat r winiii fpm lobo pretty Vi a Rclllrd Till work at the othsr slBtloas hat reISIAROUND THE FARM Shrrp raising It I1 Mid to fret beet minK the greataM live stork laditatry tit the world Tile atrawborry plant Is something cf an evergreen Ha leave remaining frcfln IhrougboMl the wlater Avery former no matter what crop be ta rnlslag should Hud out for him MIl the particular kind of fertiliser his land neML- rbe potato has been turret from its natural function since the beginning of 1U OHlllvatlun until It expends all of lta energy In the product IOB of tubeni The finer the toll the more likely is the aged sown to be covered from the sunshine anti the quicker will mptllary action be eMabllaheil Capil lary action Is necessary to give the seed water for the development of the hoot KanMBhasR tame goose 62 years old TifcUh It Mill hale and hearty Us Inn ls T brother died 11 yenta a jo and It- sRter gaedo five years ago Though her lovely companions are gone thin tag roc1 Is ah nimble and sprightly all UOM of her kind generations younger Iloase Your Machines Care should be taken of the farm mnehlnery Have shoos for ski of It Many farmers in Lewis county Mo keep their machinery out year In year out The meld snowy woollier of win ter aid the hr t wet weather of summer are equally bed You will and niter heaving tried It Rays the Farm nnd Hume that the Implements last bettor when kept under cover and well Iinlnted Holts should all be tlthinnod on n machine when put Into 111c well lied and taken out In ship IfhnlU The rani applies to putting It awry when it Bhoulil be loaned as far a prartl cable and put In the shed Kaqh year wagon wheels should bo soaked bulled linseed oil applied warn InI Tills beeps the Urea tight ami acts us- a preservative Dont Do ItTlio nelllng af the faithful patient old farm horse to a shareyed jockey IB frequently ilone In a thoitghtluss inanuer by many a kindhearted farmer who If he would stop to re fleet a moment upon the sulTerlng this Wet of his would bring upon the noble unlmal wonld refuse to do It The Stubble Ilurnlng stubble Is recommended aft er a small grain crop has been removed in order to destroy many of the spores cT trout and rust Title practice will hold these diseases in chick to a certain Silent Oranjce Judd Farmer HENS TEETH Now Dont Smile But Just Read How You Should Supply the Fowls with False Ones IAs scarce as hens teeth is a com mon saying from which comes the Idea that hens have no teeth This Is true only so far as teeth In the mouth are concern tit liens have false teeth and the owner x f the fowls Is called upon In the winter to act as dentist says Farmers Review The hen has the advantage of the human being In this When her teeth get old she dl gests them and gets a new lot tier teeth are really very numerous and may be made out of bone crockery flint quartz and even gloss The prin cipal thing Is to give her enough of the size she can best use Many of the ailments among fowls are caused by the lack of grit In the winter time When the ground Is uncovered and not frozen It is comparatively easy for the fowls to find enough large sized gravel to supply the gizzard with material for the grinding of food that comes to It When fowls are killed and the gizzards are found to be flile1 with a very fine gritty material or none at all It may be known that there It great and Imperative need for the sup plying of grit at once The worst feature about It Is that the fowls be gin to droop and get sick and the farmer never mistrusts that the real cause of the trouble Is the lack of gritThat hens teeth are false and that In the winter man must supply them should not be lost sight of and every person that reads this article should ask himself the question If his fowls have been fully supplied with grinding material When the ground Is coy ered with snow It may be necessary to purchase commercial grits In the market KILLING AND PLUCKING The Best Methods of Preparing the Fowls for the Most Desir able Markets It Is well to make the bird fast for 12 hours or more before It Is killed In order that Its erop and otherorgans may be quite empty The beet way to kill ibird Is to sever the main artery In the roof of the mouth When this Is dons the bird quickly bleeds to death As soon as rut It should be hung head down to allow the blood to run out oC the body Immediately after the bird Is dead and before the animal heat bas left the body Ute feathers sboBld be plucked 0111 pales being taken to remove all the pinfeathers and not to tear the skin The feathers come out tort easily If tbe carcass Is put In boiling water for a few mlBatM but tkto atlhod al though very common iBjurea the whole tills look of tke akin and It la believed nakoi the est decompose won quickly Dry picking ta therefore far preferable aid should be Insisted OB If a bird Is to be kept before using it should be put IB a cool plan to drive out all tile BHlMBl heel which If left In might basin d oai position Some poultry Men pat the plucked birds Into cold water which serves the double put pose of cooling them Bad of making them look plumper There may be BO objocI UCHI to It If the water to Irand they are left In only a few minutes but It they are allowed to soak until they swell beyond their natural else It to certainly fraudulent and probably Injurious A stilt more ettjectloBablc way of plump lag bird to by blowing them out This la ball enough when a bellows to NHd- Itllt wken as to otters the lIe tko drr Wow direct from his mouth It Is dlsgnatlng and dangerous Farm and Home FOR FATTENING FOWLS How Crates Best Adapted to This Purpose May De Made by the Farmer We herewith Illustrate a foulfatten lag crate used at the Ontario agricul turn college This crate to Greet C- Inches long 18 to 30 inches high and 16 incites wide It Is divided Into three compartments each holding from tour to tIe birds acrorJing to the size of n TUB rATTICNING CUATH the chickens Inc crate U made of slats except the ends The slats are usually ilk Inches wide and fiveeighths of an Inch thick The slats In front are run up and down and are two Inches apart to allow the chickens to put their heads through for feeding The slats on the bottom are three folrthe of an Inch apart so as to admit of the drop pings passing through to the ground Care should be taken not to hue the tint bottom slat at the back fit closely against the back as this will hold the droppings The feeding and watering are done by means of a trough In front running the entire length of the coop This trough is from two to three Inches deep and is made of threequarter Inch lumber Fatten the Old Fowls About two Weeks before the time for clearing off the old fowls a more fat tening ration uhould bo fed The meat or beef scraps should be doubled and the grain food should be almost wholly cnlcked or whole corn Of course they should not be allowed to rang much A fowl that is running at large mI ortunate Find A few months ago In looking up his genealogy a Londoner discovered that a woman whom ho did not know was using a crest ho had regarded an his own He found she was a cousin They became friends and when she died recently she bequeathed her es tate more than 500000 to him Real Heroine- A girl In Nebraska calmly caught a mouse which was hiding in her dress thus breaking another cherished tra dition But It Is not understood that she will apply for nny portion of the Carnegie hero fund though none could doubt her claim Baltimore American Singing Insects of Japan Among the natural curiosities of Japan are Its singing Insects The most prized of these tiny musicians Is a black beetle named susumushl which means In sect bell The sound that It emits resembles that of a 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siege Gen Trepoff until recently chief of police of Moscow has been appointed governor general of St Petersburg and has taken up quarters i In the winter palaco Strangely enough the only precedent is the case of Oen TrepofTs father during the reign of nihilistic terrorism under Al A exander IL and It is also a strange 1 coincidence that unsuccessful at tempts were made on the lives of both Gen Trepoff is p man of great energy but the measures he adopted st Moscow for suppressing the stu dent demonstrations in December last provoked much resentment and the revolutionists recently condemned him to death The aspect of the Russian capital Is decldmlly more calm Business J which had been at a complete stand still has been resumed upon a limit ed scale Tho employee in a few of the smaller factories wont back to work and the crowds of strikers In the streets were diminished The troops In evidence wore not so nu merous and a moro confident feeling exists in official circles that the enor MAP SHOWING WHERE CZAR is curIkoeturned back br troops getlc measures which have been inaugurated will Insure the safety quiet of the city Secret Meetings Held Beneath tho surface however tho ferment continuos and tho public nervousness and apprehension as to future developments Is still unallaycd Secret meetings of different classes In opposition to the existing order of things wore held In various places but the divergent element which were suddenly brought together by tragic events of Just Sunday aro advancing J on divergent plans and no common ground of action has yet been found In the meantime tho police are acv tively searching out the leaders Three well known Russian authors and a prominent editor were arrested and tho prisons are filled with aglta Ior8 revolutionists and student tors Such measures may result bomb throwing and terrorism but the concensus of opinion Is that the immediate futuro actions of the agitators depends on what occurs In cow and other large cities of Russia whore the workmen aro beginning to strike Over 100000 men are out In tho old capital of tho empire u I = c =Situation In Moscow Is Serious The situation confronting the mill tary authorities at Moscow is muchI more serious than that In St burg Out of over 1000000 Inhabit ants of Moscow over twothirds aro workmen Including an exceedingly IItroolHldoes not lend itself like St Peters burg to neutral barriers to prevent the congregation of men The center of the town has no bridges and canals and hills and narrow rloI make it difficult for troop to act I ly the gated piercing the walls of th old Chinese town which surrounds the Kremlin would afford the military neutral places to bur demonstrators At Kovno and Vilna where strikes also have been begun the workmen following the St Petersburg plan of marching about the city and Inducing or forcing other workmen to leave their employment The windows and doors of practlOllI1 ly every shop and residence tersburg are boarded op Many Sensational Rumors During the day there was a great crop of sensational rumors Including stories of strikers marching on Kol plno to seise the small arias factory there and of the assassination of Gen Fullon the chief of police of St Pe tersbiirg all of which on Investigation have turned out to be false The In habitants have again been warned to remain indoors- It Is not known definitely whether Father Capon the leader of the workmen is In Moscow or St Petersburg A proclamation said to emanate tro him has been distributed Indlcatl that he has gone over body and soul to the social democrats The procla emlMlrorances and fired upon them the goy ernment has outlived itself so that every mans hand should be against It and calls upon the police to slay the outlaws and destroy the government root and branch It authorize the men to use bombs dynamite another d weapons Invites students to Join and absolves tho soldiers from their oath of fealty The distribution of govornment proporty Is recommended Rioting In Poland Radom Poland Jan 26 Rioting has brokon out in Poland and this city Is fired with the spirit of revolution and has beon declared In a state of siege The soldiers have repeatedly upon the peoplo who have roturn the fire and killed three officers wounded a number Tire number of people killed Is unknown1 The people aro armed and seem termined to continuo tho attack o the troops They seem to be armed and are dynamiting the government buildings 1 RELIC OF THE WAR j Charles Ware a Farmer Killed Dy Explosion of a Shell Clarksvlllo Tenn Jan 26 Charles Ware a fanner of Todd county Ken tucky was killed here by the explo sion of a shell a relic of the civil war Mr Waro was In tho office of a bacco warehouse alone at the 1and it Is supposed ho throw the into the fire thinking It was a stiolli of wood It Velghed about pounds and had boon kept as a curl osity no one thinking It was loaded Revolution ContemplatedISan Juan P R one cutter Defender has been dis patched to Mayaguoz for the of Intercepting an expedition carry ing arms and ammunition to Santo Domingo for the leaders of a contom plated rovolutlonIITen Deaths in the Steerage New York Jan 2G4cn deaths the steerage of the ROil Star din steamer Vadorland wero reporte- when she arrived from Antwerp and Dover Eight wore mon between 20 11and 30 years old and two were ysis years old Waving Red Flags Helslngfors Finland Jan 25Thou- I sands of workmen joined In a demonstration here Assembling on thc hugo steps of tho Nlcolal cathedral they paraded the streets till waving red flags Many arrests 10be If I H I 1 I I I I I I I HHM MlHlH+H I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 r tH Berea and Vicinity THHRHD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IGA LLLLLL+ lH 11 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I Dr L Cornelius and daughli Grace wore In Richmond Wedne lily Sic Damoron Y 31 C A Slut Secretary was with us Tuesday I1ml Wednesday Misses Caroline Mason Ad Enochs and Bearinger shopped In Richmond Saturday Rev and Mrs A P Smith wor made lumpy by tho arrival of a youn son Wednesday morning Miss Laura Creeuh who has beon teaching in Harlan county is attend ing school this term Miss Antoinette Mistr is nttendin an Electric Massage institute in Philadelphia Pa Grover F Faulconer nrrivef Thurnduy from Mt Ilormon Mass and has entered school Prof J W Diusmoro addressei tho Y M C A convention at liar rodsburg Sunday afternoon Itanco Madden an old student who has been out teaching returned Mon day to enter school Mrs P Kerns and Miss Eva Duncan wore called home from Win choster Wednesday by the illnes Miss Laura Duncan Pros Frost hits found time to give us an entertaining and iustruc tive record of his recent trip to Boston It appears on first pages Miss Laura Duncan is seriousl ill at her homo on Pcosject street An operation for peritonitis will Ix performed today by Dr Cornel iim Miss Nellie Amber Crosseu re maiued over from the entertainment Monday night suet gave two seleu lions in upper chapel Wednesdaj morning Next Sunday night all tho VUngI peoples societies lC Es and and Y W C Aa will unite In a Missionary rally at the Parish House at 030 pm Mr C F Boggs who has boot in Boroo for tho past two or lira weeks the guest of Secretary uric Mrs Gamble returned to his home in Alexis 111 on Tuesday The Sewing and Cooking rooms of tho Industrial Building were utilized Saturday night by the C E Society A well attended social was hold iron applesgevening pleasant ono Mrs C B Lindsley entertained Saturday afternoon from 230 tt 430 Soon lady friends with their fancy work made up the party After a thorough discussion of things embroidered and otherwise concern ing the mysteries of which no mar flare discuss refreshments tsars stirred Tho ladies all are unnnl mole that it wets delightful Wanted a good young Jorsej Cow cheap Address Box 212 Boron C J Hanson C Co one alwny sera you money grocers are gathering ill etjRutuilCincinnntl for the eighth annual convention of the National Anneals lion IeTo Keep Nut Krr h thenbetween layers of fine sued liultutlve lien liens are like Hlifcp In one respect they follow a loader and If that leader become addicted to Home vlw she will soon have nil the others In the burn yard following her example Coat of London Iodn It has sewn odtlmated that toga cos1 toIIondon Xfi000000 each year or about each foggy day Extra gas time laying or torpedo Hlgniita diuuugi to property and the general stagnation of buMlnciM are seine of the Hour wilMa go to make up thlw JIg bill Resinol Art Calendar and Record Of Babys Doings soThe new Resinol Art Calendar for 1905 is one of the most beautiful calendars ever issued Six sheets of heavy enameled paper contain on rim sido six beautiful color designs of Inbabies and children while on the depictingdof babys sayings and doings It a work of art that will delight a mothers heart Sent postpaid by the RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY of Baltimore Md for two wrappers from Resinol Soap or one nrappei and 15 cents or for 40 cents a calen dar and a cako of Resinol Soap will sent 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Tho eventful debate on the quo lion Resolved that the open shop is better for American Industry thin tho closed shopcamo off Fridu night The question was uilirmei by Union Society and denl1 by Beta Kappa The allirnmtivo put forth1 Bunliok and Townsend Beti Kappa Ponder and Clark Tho judges decision was iu favor of tho Union Society Recently much needed publi improvement along Main Street in tho matter of walks hits been made The honnt walk wits continuetl trot Brnnamans on past Prestons tho livery stable front was fillet in with ashes with sawdust for a top layer II board walk was laid in front of tho stores occupied by MnlliiiH Goforth and Gabbard A Hill Le us have more of these uecessur comfortsA Partywhere tho oil adage that there is nothing neW under the sun could not nppl wait given Saturday evening by Mia Jennie Hanson in honor of Mr am Mrs A S Worthen our nowes bride and groom Every guns came wearing Romethiug new and did something now during the evening Eighteen guests will their now ideas music time puss quickly Miss Crossons rending Mondaj night the third number of tin Lyceum course was eminently sue coKsful There can Iw jxirhaiw nt harder test of a persons ability in holding the attention of un ntidiunct than is found in tho Tabernacle However we were all moro that satisfied with Miss Crosfien Tht Story of Patsy gave us a vivid pOI trnyal of tho pathetic and dramatic emotions und the humorous selec tions wore well received Mr C N Hunt of St fats this evangelist who is lending the spocia gosi el meetings urrhodoft the midnight train Tuesday night When seven miles west of Lexington oti hit wny hero tho front trucks of out oar in the train wore derailed and he was HO delayed timid tho Tuesday night service had to be given up Mr Hunt is a gentleman of vorj pleasing appearance and forceful in He conies here from every successful work in Litchfield III and when ho loaves us goos tc Mt Vernon Ill Ills time is all promised for four months in advance und he is obliged to rofuso calls for work Ho has worked four times in Cleveland Ohio and has labored in many othor largo cities Much of his best work has been done in eel lego towns Mr Hunt believes in using all possible moans but relies on the power of tho Holy Spirit Everyone in Borea should plan and make special effort to hear all that tho Lord has to say through him MEN OF BEREA AND VICINITY 1 Lot us fix you up to day at the BEREA BARBER SHOP with c- Hair cut Shave Shampoo or Face Massage We will make you tool line sad fool fine Come on I Just R little north of Post Office corner or Main and Center across from Industrial Building No waiting Oper from 7 A M to 7 1tI Old razors sharpened New Razors for sale Daily Papers Look for Sign BEREA BARBER SHOP H M RACER Proprietor If you want a Roodplsln I IutuJ squall Piano OR AN Organ I You CUM get u bargain in them at the fiirnimiro stare in Boreal Ky R IIe Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 2G Broke Into iI Welchs StoreJ I suet al ono stroke cut tho prices beyond alll reason Wo have opened THE STAGwhero wo have everything In our new IItoro and BOYS WEAR I While moving and going through the stock we find about- I ONE HUNDRED SUITS ODDS AND ENDSlNO TWO ALIKE WORTH FROM bs c Ii 500 toJ2QQ And we need the room they TTeenDimes own ono occuPY and any one who has dont wait for they are going fast You will admit that this is the nerviest sale over opened in this county We can convince you that we can furnish you with all your wants as cheap as any other dealer in Berea owns the Roods hlmnolf in any line a E Welch 1tLOOM END SALE I Begins Friday January 27th I Perhaps some of our customers may not stand this expression At the Mills there are alwasrremnants left over from tho original run average from one to two yards in length whichIidentical in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unheardof prices Here is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The t beautyof these artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Aro sure to make thorn move quickly Do not inlimndonitaiul to us These dainty Dross Goods are remnants of weaves you pay j20 and 30 cents IKK yard fo- rCe r I J HANSON COjThe Shop for Ladles Beret Ky j For Sale About ton or twelve build ing lots on tho Louisville and Nashville railroad one half milo from Borea near Berea brick and tiling faa tory in a fins locality and good neighborhood Can be ought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Kr THE OLD RELIABLE R B DOES BARBER SHOP Is now located in newly furnished rooms over Qabbard A Hills Store Now Furuiturn outfit anti every convenience for firstclass Hair cutting Shampoo or Shave n G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to nigh and day I Telephone 4 Berea Ky S McGuireJin nt all tiniest thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very lest nUll latest optical instruments Ills work gives satisfaction for on nil his work are right LOIIHCH refitted within H few days after taking tho order If you hove tiny defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock und receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea K- yCoaI At bin near depot 12c to 13clDelivered for 13c to 14c Phone 86 Chas Le Hanson t NEWS FROM ALLOVER THE WORLD I Happenings of Interest Gathered and Condensed For the Busy IteaderC- ONGRESSIONAL AND WAR ITEMS Crimes and Casualties Interesting Im telltgence From the Capital of the Nation With a Selec tlon of Foreign Notes ICONGRESSIONALThe national house ot rnpresosiA ftvm Adopted tie 12 articles of Im tirarliraent against Judgo Charles r nyno of the district court of tho Northern district of Florida which t ad ban presented by Its special oom itfe of Investigation Tin houfla of representatives passed hr army appropriation bill after vot ne to Incorporate In It an amendment rrvitling that hereafter retired army fflorrs assigned to the militia of oho c ral states Iib811 not resolve any Iiiv or allowance additional to their- w as retired otlleer- aKprisentnUve John Sharp WII ms railed a caucus for the purpose r resigning leadership of the min mr Th Woman Army and Navy league 1 Mnt xl a petition to the senate corn rv OR military attain for the re ration of the beer canteen At inr poets Representative Hearst Introduced a till te authors the acquisition ot the Mitlro capital hock and property of tin Panama Railroad Co and to provide for the maintenance operation end development by the government t the railroad and oUmshp proper ira no acquired RUSSIANJAPANESE WAR NEWS Tho population of Mukden In lear nc In expectation of a Japanese ad nce Natives report that 40000 Jil aneeo from Gin Nogls forces at I rt Arthur have advanced north to O1lmLIPowderhnm t wiiicu sailed from Berry Beg No IS for Vladivostok has enter liHmrport of Woosung her crew re to proceed to Vladivostok for capture by the Japanese A considerable Increase has beery notable In the range of the Japanese MillTV This fact affords ground fort hfttff that part of the heavy RUBS in tIN alec of Port Arthur hav- ehs sent t rtla T ntvet va Men and women com 6n tbr 11t party of refugees mi Port Ar hr arrived at Cheefoe a junk Th stated that M other nks bear eg more than IM aoa nl aanu w r apse earning MISCELLANEOUStTil SItLine eMet by the ruih of a ter has caused the Ath of O4 imwerman a chef In a ft Harlem restaurant John McNeil president of the Inte- rjIalI Belter Makers and Shlpbulld in Ion hoe been impended from- the executive council on the nYuiM that McNeil has net worked fur MH best Interest of the union In the r ont Union Pacific strike The national convention of the Unit td Vineworkers of America adopted a resolution forbidding membership to- to tttleon keeper owners of saloons or barkosptra Pour Americans and one Mexican wr ambushed and killed by Yaqul ItvlUn tour muss east of Cobachl 36 imiM east of La Colorado state ot son ra Mexico Names of the Amer Chicagosill Toledo 0 Walter Stublnger lv w1nre A Smith editor ot the Buena Vist la1 Vldette shot and probably I lasiy wounded H F Schultz form flit My ounty attorney In the batters tn the hope of getting curd for his ippipii son by means of medical at rntion In Now York Carl Spencer- f Uw Moines la hue for four years jretematlcally robbed the Des Moines National bank He was arrested and admitted defalcations amounting to SMOQ Shortly after leaving her fathers tore on her way homo Min Doll Illoodwortli laughter of a wellknown merehlnt won found murdered In an liter In New Decatur Ala No clow In a recurrence of earthquakes In 1efMMly a village was destroyed and several persons were killed or Injured hlootln are general In Greece especial y at Spar IrIIJpnt Roosevelt who Is stated have accepted the Invitation of Wll- nnm collofio to attend tho oommnnco trnt Juno 20 will receive tho dcgreo- jf UL6 Both houses of the Now Mexico leg Mature passed strong resolutions pro Hlng against tho passage of a Joint Ultehooil bill and insisting that New Mexico Is entitled to statehood within Its present boundaries Cubna production of tobacco for iflOt wits 410000 bales an Increase of 110 bales over 1101 Tho produc in of tobacco In Vestern Cuba In aol and that r the central and i Irn parts of the Island tllmln 1 oho estate of Theodore Thomas Is valued At 50Hn accbrdlng to his wl filed for proat A very strong and promising vein of gas was struck on the Jacob Gilbert tarn In tho Beaver dam near the Cherry Fork creek two miles west ot Columblana 0 by tho Ohio Knob 011 CoWith tho shipment of 2000 tons of California oil asphalt by tho barken tine lIollla Wood for Now York n now era begins In tho output of this matter from San Francisco and probably the largest tonago over moved In tho history of tho Industry Whllo speeding his racing automo bile on the beach at Daytona Fla Frank Croker son of IUchard Croker collided with a motor cycle chair driven by ono of tho Ormond hotel employes He died several hours later from his Injuries Tho second annual session of the American Breeders association of which Secretary of Agriculture Wil son is prosldont will bo hold at the Collngo of Agriculture Champaign III February 2 and 3 Immediately following tho meeting of tho Illinois Live Stock Brooders association The president has dlrectod the up polntraunt of a joint board of army and navy ofllcors to consider and re part upon tho advisability of the In troduction of tho study of jlu jltsu In the United States Military and Naval academies As a result of tho hubbub raised by the retired general officers of the army getting full pay while serving with tho organized militia ot tho several states Limit Gen Nelson A Mlles U S A retired will request President Roosevelt to rescind the order assign Ing him with the Massachusetts Na tional guard Fearing the vengeance of blackmail ers who have poisoned two of his lineal horses and burned his barn Moses Muncoy of Huntlngton W Va has appealed to the authorities and armed deputy sheriffs keep guard over iris home day and night- A headon collision between two freight trains one a doubleheader on tho Louisville t Nashville railroad at Shawnee Tenn resulted In the death of four railroad mon and the Injuring of four others two of whom will dlo CnpL Orlan Cullen representative of tho Imperial Marino Association of Toklo received a cablegram from Con stantinople to tho effect that 1600 ClrcaMian had revolted and killed the Russian guard numbering 200 at Sla vine In the Cauchaus The residence of George Barnes one of the bOlt known farmers In North Wlsoonsln WAS burned Four persons perished Tho Dominican republic after ma ture consideration has formally and freoly Invltod the government of the United States to assist In the way ot Its customs revenue and to old It In the fiscal system upon a firm and hurt BOM like baels- H L Miller and Charles R TolertOR who eeeapetl the Indian massacre In Sonora Mex pasted through Nogales Arts with the bodies of Dr R C Coy of Chicago L K Mackenzie M A Call and James Stethlnger bound for Chicago Charles Tuxhorn a farmer living 14 miles southwest of McPherson Nan killed his two SOBS and 10 teepee lively burned his house and born with All of the contents and shot and kill ed himself Near Chattanooga Tsnn John Goy sol killed John Doaner with a knife lie severed iris head from his body cutting out his heart and Inflicting SI other wounds Several women were Injured In a stampede of thousands of excited Ruwlan subjects who clamored for admittance to the West Side Auditor ium Chicago to hear tho news from St Petersburg Evans Thomas who played a prac teal joko on his friend Charlie Boll was shot and killed by him on Auckland plantation Jon 081II 0 La Senator Henry Cabot Iodg wae the chief speaker given nt a dinner In his honor by New York Middlesex club Work on the Santiago Cuba water works was formally begun- J D Groans secretary to President Rllot or Harvard stated that the pro poser advance from 110 to ISO In the tuition tee has been postponed in definitely The interior department hoe tom porarlly withdrawn from all forms of disposal except under tho mineral paws IS townships embracing 382660 acres of public lands In the Hast Cortices N M laud district The Isthmian canal commission has received a requisition from tho canal zono for 30000 tons ot coal for use In collection with tho construction work- J K McKenzie a well known min ing engineer of Chicago was killed by Indians In tho state of Sonora five miles from Hermoslllo Mex Senator Reed Smoot testified In Ids own behalf lie said there were no obligations taken by Mormons to avenge the blood ot tho prophets upon either the nation or this genera tion as had been testified to by wit nesses for tho prosecution Tho laborers on the largo sugar plan tatlons In the Lolza Rio Grande and Mameyes districts Porto Rico have struck for an advance of wages from 50 cents a day to 75 cents Two physicians wero called to see Mrs Cnsslo L Chadwick In jail In Cleveland Sho Is said to bo surer lug from physical and mental collapse Attorney Dawley says she Is afflicted with heart trouble At a special meeting of the Leather Bolting Manufacturers association it was unanimously resolved to advance tho price of belting 15 per cent above tho price In force on November 1904 Gov Folk ot Missouri has Issued an order which requires professional lobbyists to report to him and get out of town within 30 hours without Issu tug any railroad passes WINTER PALACE AT ST PETERSBUROI RUSSIA RENT BY- INTERNAL STRIFE Workmens Effort to Present a Petition to tho Czar Bathed by Troops VOLLEY FIRED AT THE MARCHERS The Estimates of the Killed and Wounded In St Potcrsburjr Vary Front GOO to 5000 It Is Predicted War With Japan Will End and Russia Will Have a Constitution or the Czar Lose His Head 81 Petersburg Jan 23Thero was a day of unspeakable horror In St Pe teraburg The strikers goaded to dos peration by a day of violence fury And bloodshed are In a state of open Insurrection against the government A condition almost bordering on civil war exists In the terrorstricken RUB slnn capital Tho city Is under mar tint law with Prince Vasilchlkoff as commander of over 50000 of the emperors crack guards Troops are blv ouacking In the street and at various places on the Nevsky Prospect thn main thoroughfare of the city On the island of Vasslll Ostrov and In the Industrial sections Infuriated men havo thrown up barricades which they are holding The empress dowager has hastily sought safety at Tsuskoo Solo where Bmperor Nicholas II Is living Minister of the Interior Svlatapalk Mlrsky presented to his majesty the Invitation of the workmen to appear at the winter palace and receive their petition but the emperors advisers already had taken a decision to show a firm and resolute front and the emperors answer to 100000 workmen trying to make their way to the pal ace square was a solid array of troops who met them with rifle bayonets and saber The priest Oopon the loader and Idol of the men In his golden vestments holding aloft the cross and marching at the head of thousands of workmen through tho Narvagato mi raculously escaped a volloy which laid low half a hundred persons The fig urea of the total number killed or wounded hero at tho Moscow gate nt various bridges and Islands and at tho winter palace vary Tho Lost esti mote Is 600 although there are oxag gorated figures placing the number as high as 6000 Many men wero accora iwinlod by their wlvos and children But the street approaches to the square were cleared by volleys and Cossack charges Mon and women infuriated to frenzy by the loss of loved only cursed the soldiers while they retreated Men harrangued the crowds telling them that tho emperor hat foiled them and that the time lead come to act Mon began to build bar ricades In the Novsky Prospect and at otber points using any material that came to hand and oven chopping down telegraph poles- Towards S oclock In the evening tine crowds exhausted began to Ills porso leaving tho military In posses sion As they retreated up tire Nevsky Prospect tho workmen put out all the lightsA member of tho emperors house hold Is quoted as saying that this con flict will end tho war with Japan mind that Russia will havo a constitution or Emperor Nicholas will lose his head Time strikers manned and held a small edifice at the corner of oho ad miralty gardens and poured out con stant objurgations nnd roproaches at the troops It was in vain that officers requested thorn to disperse Wo have como to present our horn sage and grievances tq the emperor Let the emperor cbmo oul dud hear us WQ do QcthIl todo harm Long live Nicholas II If he only listens to our grievances we are suro ho will ho Just and merciful Wo cannot long er endure our sufferings Better die at once and end all Such were tho Fired on the Mob Buda Pest Hungary Jan 23The gendarmerie worn called out to quell a disturbance following a meeting ot local liberals at the village ot Turo polya The gendarmes fired on tho mob killing four and wounding ono of them Nearly 100 Mules Burned To Death Eat St Louis III Jan 23ln a fire that destroyed three largo frame barns of tho National horso aud mule market with eight carloads of baled bay nearly 100 mules wore burned to tenth Los estimated at 35000 cries repeatedly heard from many strikersYou soldiers are our brothers you can not shoot these little ones they exclaimed But as the plokots and peaIIn which the Russian vocabulary Is particularly rich became frequent We are not Japanese why brutal lie us1 Will you shame the mother who bore you who was a Russian like ourselves wore somo of the cries that were hoard Latter such exclamations as scoun drels mercenaries dogs and worse wore heard Every time tho troops movod tho crowds hissed them Strikers also gathered at tho entrance of the Grand Morskola and jf tho avenue leading to the Molka canal Tho crowd at tho latter place swelled to huge propor tions blocking the bridge across the canal The order came at 130 p m to clear thom oft The colonel com manding the horse guards uttered a short sharp command tho troopers drew their swords and advanced at n quick trot and then broko Into gal lop heading stplgbt for the Molka where they were lost In a cloud of snow Shrieks from the wounded resounded Then came a deadly silence broken only by the galloping of ambu lance horses The next 20 minutes passed without Incident Nothing Indicated the ap preach of tho horrible butchery which was destined to stain the corner of tho admiralty gardens with human blood The crowd there persisted in refusing to move on clamoring for tho empe rpr and continually hurling abuse at tho troops but attempted no violence Two companion of tho Proobranjensky guards formed and marched at double quick towards the fatal corner Events followed with awful swiftness Tho coriJmanding officer shouted Disperse Disperse Disperse Many In the crowd turned to floe but was too late A bugle sounded nnd the men In the front ranks sank to their knees and both companies fired three volleys tile first two with blank cartridges and the last with ball A hundred corpses strewed the sidewalk Many women were pierced through tho hack as they were trying to escape Mangled corpses of persons of all ages and both sexes strewed the ground One boy of 13 had his skull pierced and rent by bullets Groat spalshos and streams of blood stained tho snow It was now the turn for the crowd stationed tot the Marshals entrance to the square where the horse guards repeated the exploit with which they had cleared tho Molka and drove the people pall moll down tho thorough fare A crowd quickly formed outside a drug store and an orator was found for the occasion Standing on tho steps of the drug store he addressed tho Impromptu meeting thus Comrades We camo humbly and peacefully to meet the emperor and lay our grievances before him but tho emperor refuses to see us nnd Instead witHers wore sent to shqpt us down Then nil I can say ho Is no emperor Down with the emperor shouted the crowd Vo havo suffered under the sway of tho Chlnovlnks Down with thu Chlnovlnks Wo hoped for redress but hope Is no longer possible we can win our rights only by fighting Down with tile autocracy yelled tho crowd Our only chance of redress Is from representatives ot tho people Long live the constitutional assembly Then all I have to say Is to arms comrades to arms To arms was the thunderous re sponse The crowd now aroused to a state of frenzy at the sight ot the wounded who wore being brought out of tho drug store and placed In an am bulnnce saluted thorn ns martyrs Every head was uncovered as tho vic tams were conveyed away St Petersburg Jan 23t Kolpl noff near the capital 20000 workmen attacked a division of Infantry at Nos kokskl railway crossing Fierce fight- Ing Is reported and 700 wero killed Officials withhold the military casual ties Eleven Infantry regiments guard tho Baltic shipyards Workmen havo seized an ammunition depot In a southwestern suburb and established a bomb factory Large Anarchist Demonstration Paris Jan 23The funeral of Lou Iso Michel the revolutionary agitator at Levallols Perret was the occasion ot a large anarchist demonstration The street were heavily guarded by military and police and there was no serious disorder Prayers For the Czar and His People Washington Jan 23Fervent pray ers wero offered In many of tho churches for the Russian emperor and for his people Intense Interest In the strugglo at the Russian capital wag manifested ijSTATE NEWS ITEMS I KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Both Houses Divided on the Question of a Capitol Site Frankfort Ky Jan 18To all ap pearances the Kentucky legislature la drifting Into a hopeless tangle on the only question it can consider at this session namely the changing of the capital site to some other point In Frankfort The number of legislators who believe that the present session has the right and authority to amend or repeal the act Making the capital appropriation Is Increasing as was clearly shown in the senate Senator Whitt presented a resolution provid ing that a Joint committee be appoint ed to draft a bill to be presented to the next legislature providing for a vote of the people on the question of changing the site Frankfort Ky Jan 19The feature of Wednesdays legislative sos sion was the talk by the architect Frank M Andrews of Dayton 0 de livered to both house and senate in an informal joint session It was a business talk and the legislators were greatly Impressed by arguments in favor of another site for the new state house In the senate a test resolution was offered by Senator George declar ing it the sense of the senate that the commission be empowered to se lect a new site A vote was not reach ed on It The Senator George bill ap- proprIating 50000 to buy a new site was given Its second reading Frankfort Ky Jan 20The legis lature made some progress on the work for which It was called together and it seems almost certain that a vote will be reached In the senate on the George bill and it seems equally certain It will pass The bill provides for an appropriation of 50000 to pur chase a now site leaves the selection of the site to the commission and em powers the commission to institute condemnation proceedings If neces sary Thee bill was unanimously approved by the committee on library and public buildings and was reported to the senate by Senator Cammack The house had Its usual flood of unlm portant resolutions but made slow progress toward a vote on the capital site bill Frankfort Ky Jan 21The long looked for test vote was taken In the house of representatives on the state house site question and the only In ference that can be drawn from it Is that a majority of the house Is not in favor of any particular site though a majority does favor some other site than the present one Tho house In session from 10 oclock till 1 and from 230 till listened to oratory the en GutryWellspry Kennedy Rogers Proctor OCon nor and Worthington all made speech es and Miller of Madison closed the debate with an eloquent plea for a straightout business settlement of the question stripped of all its personality politics and prejudices A LOUISVILLE MAN Was Drugged and Robbed of His Roll In a New York Saloon New York Jan 21 Hauler D Rae Jan of Louisville staying at the Hotel Victoria has reported to the police of the West Thirtieth Street station that lie believed he had been drugged and robbed In a Sixth avenue saloon He said he left the L at Sixth avenue and Fortysecond street and entered a saloon in the avenue where he had several drinks with congenial com panions none of whom he had known previouslyThe thing he remembers Is find ing himself In a doorway very sick and minus a toll of 140 and a watch val ued nt 150 Detectives Finley and Umlnger are at work on the case A Tonsllltls Epidemic Newport Ky Jan 19The upper portion of Campbell county Is experi encing nn epidemic of tonsllltis At the county seat more than twothirds of tho population are suffering from the disease Two physicians after laboring heroically with their patlonts are prostrated Lumber Plant Sold Salt Lick Ky Jon 20The Yalo Lumber Co sold to the Linking River Iumber Co In Farmers Ky the on tire plant at Yalo Ky and all the timber lands belonging to the com parry about 12000 acres lying on tho Licking river and about 20000000 foot of poplar and oak timber Aged Physician Dead Lancaster Ky Jan 19Dr H C Herring aged 72 years the oldest practitioner In Garrard county died at his home on Richmond avenue this city from blood poisoning produced by a fall three weeks ago He leaves n largo estate Forced Into Bankruptcy Covington Ky Jan 21The Ideal Shoe Co was forced Into bankruptcy In the federal court by the Charles Mela Choe Co Helmers Bettman Co and Runkel Roth who allege defendant company Is Indebted to them to the amount of 261965 Strike Nearing An End Newport Ky Jan 21AIL but 12 000 of the 42000 that has been asked for the Newport brass foundry has been raised by the strikers who will start a cooperative plant The remainder will be secured from a build ing association Two Dead and Three Fatally Hurt Somerset Ky Jan 21A terrlfn explosion occurred In a sawmill ne3r Bernctta Wodoson Dalton and Milton Roberts were killed and John Carver Tom Norflcet and Charles Gaston were fatally Insured JETT AND BRITTON They Were Seen By Witnesses After the Shooting at Jackson Lexington Ky Jan 20ln the trial of William Brltton for the murder of Jim Cockrill Harrison Wanton ot Jackson testified that a few minutoJ after the shooting he was in tire car rider of the court house in Jackson and that he met Curt Jett Bill Britton and Jesse Spic r together He toad fled that there was no other person in the corridor at the time and that Jott pulled out a pistol and remarked Well heres what laid him on the cooling board Ill go and eee my Iclnfolks now- Mortimer Forbes of Jackson testi ned that three men were at tho window from which the shots were fired He recognized Curtis Jett but failed to recognize the others Ho saw Jett Brltton Egbert Hargls and Jesse Sp cor In the corridor of the court house and Suggested that they should go upstairs and find out who did the shoot ing to which Spicer replied If you do you will get your dd head shot off Albert S Johnson James Blanton W H Pelfry W N Cope and Sebastian Williams testified and all agreed as to seeing Jett at the wIndow BOND FORFEITED Bowling Who Was Indicted For False Swearing Failed To Appear Mt Sterling Ky Jan 20 Georga Bowling Indicted for false swearing in connection with tho JettWhlto tri ala did not appear In court for trial His bond of 1000 was declared for cited and a bench warrant Issued for his arrest Bowling Is said to be III In Jackson The bond Is signed by El bert Hargis brother of James and Alex Hargis and was taken by Sheriff Cal lahan Bowling was one of Curt Jetta alibi witnesses In the Marcum trial THE MARCUM CASE Motions For New Trial Continued Until Tuesday Winchester Ky Jan 19Judg8 Benton continued until next Tuesday morning the motion for a new trial of the Marcum and Hargis damage suit Judge Denton said ho had received notice from the attorneys for the plaintiffs that they wished to file additional grounds The continuance was mutually agreed to JAMES PIERSALL ARRESTED He Is Charged With Wounding a Man and Assaulting Two Women Lexington Ky Jan 21A Negro assaulted and beat into insensibility Mrs R L Jones assaulted Mrs Chas Wagoner shot and probably mortally wounded Charles Wagoner who at tempted to protect his wife and at tempted to assault other women Jas Piersall was arrested on suspicion anti taken to Louisville for safe keeping For An Army Post Greenup Ky Jan 19A report from Washington says that an effort Is being made to Interest tho government authorities In Greenup countys advan tages as an army post site A site has been found near Advance that meets all requirements It Is said an option has been given on 1600 acres anti that United States officers are ox petted here In a few days to invest gate Tyler W McAtee Ded Suddenly Owonsboro Ky Jan 20Tyler W McAtee one of the best known busi ness men of Owonsboro dropped dead in his room at the Planters hotel Mr McAtee lead been confined to his room since he was brought homo from a deer hunt In Louisiana whoro he was severely injured by falling from a horse Attached By Blzot Louisville Ky Jan 21State Rev enue Agent A J Blzot attached the Western Union Telegraph Co and tho Postal Telegraph and Cable Co In suits for taxes for five years post on personalty amounting to 250000 and IRO000 respectively Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Jan 19The follow ing is the report of offerings on the Louisville market Including all the warehouses Burley 811 hhds dark 147 hhds total 1018 hhds original In spections 924 hhds reviews 94 hide rejections 51 hhds- Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Jan 21The following fistt the report of offerings on the Louis villa market Including all the warehouses Burley 039 hhds dark 189 hhds total 728 hhds Original In spections 6001 hhds reviews 127 hhds rejections 213 hhds A New Industry London Ky Jan 21S E Len her of Reynoldsvllle Pa has been here to Interest the people of London and Laurel county In an enterprise to establish a large brick and tile plant at Hast Bernstadt with a capital stock of 160000 Bishop McCloskey III Ioul8vllle Ky Jan nRt Rov William O McGloskey bishop of the Catholic church for the diocese ot Louisville Is at the rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption There is apprehension among his friends BAROFTHE SENATE Jurice Charles Swayne of Flor ida Summoned to Appear Before It and Stand Trial AN ORGANIZATION PERFECTED I Bauator Flair of Connecticut Wai Mooted by the Senate to Preside- at the Trial Sessions Estimates as To Length of the Tlmo That the Hearing Will Occupy Vary From Ten Days To One Month Washington Jan 25SenateTho senate took an Important step in tho Impeachment trial of United States Judge Charles Swayne of tho North ern district et Florida The organiza tion for the trial was perfected by tho swearing of the senators for that pur pose the managers of the house were received for the purpose of formally presenting the articles of Impeach mont and a resolution summoning Judge Swayno to appear was accept ed Mr Platt Ct was elected to preside at tho trial sessions Further proceedings were postponed until Fri day next when Judge Swayno Is ex pected to appear before tho bar of the senate In response to the summons of the senate Tho ceremony was Im pressive and was witnessed by a full senate and woll filled galleries The trial oath was administered to senators by Chief Justice Fuller who appeared in tho long black gown worn by him when sitting In the supreme courtNumber of Witnesses To Be Heard Bstlmates as to the length of time that the trial will occupy vary from ten days to a month after It Is onco bogun It Is believed that when Judge Swayne appears next Friday ho will ask a few days to make answer and J when ho does answer that a day or two moro will be given to the house for the preparation of its replication A number of witnesses will be heard and considerable time will be con sumed by attorneys It Is therefore probable that tho conclusion of tho ease will not long precede the day of final adjournment In March It is however tho purpose of senators to press tho matter as rapidly as peas ble and the present expectation is that the dally sessions will bo advanced an hour or two A part of each day will be given to tho trial when the preliminaries aro disposed of Judge Swayne Is now In Wilmington Del and SergeantatArms Rans dell of the senate loft for that city to serve tho sonates summons on him House Proceedings HouseTho District of Columbia appropriation bill again occupied tho attention of tho house At times the proceedings wero enlivened by vigorous remarks In defense of a proposi tion to Increase materially the sala rios of Washington school teachers who had many supporters on the floor Mr Clark Mo in a characteristic speech said that more money was be thanIprove was An journment was taken without having concluded consideration of the bill JUDGE E HENRY LACOMBE Charges Presented To Congress Ask ing For His Impeachment Washington Jan 25ln the mall of nearly every member of the house of representatives wasa letter signed by the firm name of Watt Dohan attornoys at law Philadelphia setting forth 12 reasons why constitutional action should be taken against Judge K Henry Lacombe of tho circuit court for the Southern district of New York Chairman Jenkins of tho judi clary committee Intends to lay the matter before that committee George W Watt of the law firm of Watt Dohan In explanation of the reasons for presenting charges to con gress asking for the impeachment of Judge E Henry Lacombe of the United States circuit court for the South ern district of New York stated that this action was taken because of the judges failure to render a final decis ion in a suit which John Dubois of Dubols Pa brought in 1884 against the cities of Now York and Brooklyn for an Infringement upon a patent he held on a cofferdam Retail Grocers Convention Cincinnati Jan 26Retall grocers from many states of the union met in annual convention at the Auditorium of Odd Fellows temple About 300 delegates were present Many of the grocers brought their families and tho numbor of dealers not affiliated with the association but attracted to the city by the gathering is almost as large as the number of delegates To Repeal Internal Tax on Tobacco Washington Jan 26Tho senate Represenltatlve on tobacco In hand and leaf tobacco when sold by the producer No ac tion was taken Marriages and Divorces Washington Jan 25 Representa tive Crumpacker dad introduced a resolution directing the census bureau to collect and compile in connection with the gathering of other statistics data on the subject of marriage and divorce 4 r News in Kentucky TO MEND DROKEN BACK In a Wooden Frame Smith Will Re main for a Month Louisville Ky Jan 25 During the next 30 days H I Smith a young man of Bertha Ky will hang In an upright position at the University hos pital this being part of the treatment he is to undergo for a broken back Smith was brought to Joulavlllc and was taken at once to the hospital to undergo the treatment Smith was Injured in the coal tnlntts at Bertha an enormous quantity cfI slate falling on him His back was broken at the second dorsal vertebra an injury that In 99 per cont of cases proves fatal speedily The operation to which Smith wilt submit Is known as lanclnoctony Ho will bo suspended from a frame struc ture by means of straps arranged under his arms Weights will be fastened to his feet In order to keep his body In the desired position After a troth the Injured vertebrae will be re moved and It Is hoped that It will be replaced by a fibrous growth If the operation Is a complete success Smith will recover almost the entire use of his limbs He Is now paralyaeil below the point of Injury OSCAR LYNCH ARRESTED He Is Charged With Passing Counter felt Money Somerset Ky Jan 86 United States Deputy Marshal J A Coleman arrested Oscar Lynch on the charge ofI passing counterfeit money He Is in jail here Lynch had nine i2O gold pieces on his person and a roll of bills when arrested He Bays he came from New Brunswick and that he is tha nephew of A tt Humble a lumber and stave dealer of this place He Is a young man of excellent address and denies that the coin is counterfeit GRIP OF WINTER The Hardest Freeze Experienced For Several Years Louisville Ky Jan 28 Louisville Southern Indiana and Kentucky art in the grip of the hardest freezo ox perienced In this section for several years The mercury registered zero at the Louisville weather bureau nt 11 oclock and was still falling the forecaster announcing a minimum temperature of flvo degrees below Eleven Indictments Lexington Ky Jan S6The spe clal grand jury returned 11 Indictments against the Negro James Pier sell who was taken from Lexington to the Louisville jail for safekeeping The Indictments charged criminal as sault shooting and wounding trU- Ing and wounding housebreaking and robbery Motions For New Trials Overruled Winchester Ky Jan 36 Motions by plaintiffs and defendants In the MarcumHargis damage suit for a new trial were overruled by Judge Benton Appeals to the court of appeals were granted and the parties woro allowed until the third day of the April term to file bills of exceptions Drowned Herself In a Pond Owensboro Ky Jan 261 am tired of living please bury me by the side of the one I loved Thus rood a note found on the bank of a pond near Deanofiold Investigation reveal ed the fact that the pond contained the body of Mrs Georgo Taylor a widow Molders Strike Is Off Newport Ky Jan 2Tbe strike at tho Newport brass foundry that has been In progress nearly five months officially clime to an end when a deal was made by which the striking molders purchased the plant from the present company Lived Forty Years In One Room Greenup Ky Jan 25John Hilton a bachelor and soldier of the conS federacy died at his homo on White Oak aged 91 He has lived alone in the samo oneroom house ever since discharged from the army He was born in Scotland A Farmers Club Organized Bowling Green Ky Jan 2iM W Neal state organizer for the bureau of agriculture addressed a large audl ence of farmers here and organized the Warren County Farmers club A membership exceeding 100 was en rolled Father of TwentyFour Children Owlngsvllle Ky Jan 25Uncle Tommy Stephens who lives In the Odessa section of this county Is 93 years old He has been married four times and is the father of 24 children He does not know half his grandchil dren Summons a Special Venire HopklnsvIIle Ky Jan 25 Sheriff Grasty of Trig county has summon ed a special venire of 75 men of Chris than county from which to select n jury in the Johnstone murder case which will be called at Cadiz Death of Judge John Smith Williamsburg Ky Jan 26Judgp John Smith died at the home of his son Inlaw Dr W F Watkins at the age of 87 years Judge Smith was born the year Whitley county was formed Superintendent Fitzgerald Resigns Lexington Ky Jan 26J J Fitzgerald superintendent of the Lexing ton street railway resigned to accept A similar position with the Cincinnati Traction J CoIlili + H I 1111 I I II lIIrHll 11 11 H II 111 I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence publUhM nnlew signed la tan by tae writer The acme It sot for publication but as an erWence of rood faith Write pUlnly HI I I 11 11 I I I 11 I I 111 IHI I I l I r I I I r I I I H++ OWSLEY COUNTYB- OON EVILLE Jan 23The Boouovillo Academy opened for tho spring tern on Jan 3rdwith n gratifying attendance of the best young people of tho town and surrounding country Tho pros reels are very bright for a successful terms work The school is in charg of Prof W A E Campbell who bat conducted it so nbly during the puss year lie is assisted by his brother Mr Thos F Campbell an experi enced teacher from Ohio and by Mr John G Neaco a prominent younj teacher of several years experience in Oslo County With its three teachers and n largo quota of enthusiastic students the Academy is ready for a good years work Tho effort to build up n good school at Boono villo should secure the cooperation of all tho citizens who have tho wel fare of the town at heartMiBs Lucy Mahan of London ICyclosed u very successful meeting of two weeks duration Tuesday night Miss Mahan is a woman of rare spiritual power nnd the pastors were very fortunate in securing hor services as evangelist Between 30 and 40con verts aro reported as a result of tho meetings From this place Miss Mahan will go to Clifty whore she will conduct a short revival service The usual crowds aro in attendance at court Several cases of general interest are on the docket for this week Jack Hogg returned last week from Louisville where ho bad been treated for an injured legMr W II Gipsonof Louisville spent n row days at home havingbeen summoned as a witness in n case before tho present courtA Union baptismal service will bo hold at the Methodist Church on Sunday conducted by Rev Moores and Campbell About 30 candidates will receive tho ordin ance of baptism and bo admitted to the churches Tho students of Boonovillo Academy mot in tho Chapel Thursday afternoon to organise a literary society The organization was effected and tho following officers elected Pros Time F Campbell Secy Miss Mannie Breeding Trees Robert Campbell The society will bo known as the Alpha Sigma Literary Society and will hold weekly meet ings on Tuesday night It promises to be a successful enterprise and will no doubt develop the latent energies of many a futuro statesman in old OwsloyMr Hampton Pendleton and Miss Callie Howell two worthy young i oople of the Buck neighborhood wore united in marriage on Wednesday Wo extend congratulations Rov Ball of tbo Christian Church preached hero Friday nightMr F F Campbell visited over Sunday with the family of Mr S P Clark of White Oak CLAY COUNTY ONEIDA Jan 4Tho Oneida Baptist In stitute School has enrolled about 178 students in tho year 1005 and is increasing its number fastMr Robert Carnihan is storing away his ieo for the future summer Mr Luther Hatton commenced teaching at Onoida Jan llth Ho is n man of broad informationT A Bick nell Millard Baret and many others entered school at Oneida Jan 12th The people of this place are longing for water to float their timber Tho Oneida school has just finished a fine dormitory for tho girls and is planning to erect ono for the boysThe boys of this plnco nro enjoying the weather in hunting and skating Mr P M Fryo and W N Burch passed through here on their way to whore they will keep school this Winter MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Jan 20Elden and Henry Baker and sister Viola have boon spending a fow days with relatives at Panola Miss Reim Jones spent Saturday night with the Misses Johnson Luther Maupin spout Monday with Harbor and Joint Smith at Whites Station Jumos Powell spent Toes day night with his brother Wm Powell Mrs Wallace Gilbert and parentsMrBush and family spent Tuesday with Eli Cornelison and wireMi88 Mary Wilson gave n social Saturday night in honor of her two cousins from Boll countyA fine boy arrived at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Barney Wilson Wednesday morning Miss Sallie Bush entertained quito a num ber of young people at her social Thursday night G E Brockman and family spent Saturday night with G B Gabbard and family Mrs Emily Smith applicant for the Wallacetpn office has received hor commission n land the olBco will be changed in a daysThu solo of Grider Wallace was largely attended nnd every thing sold wollA J Smith started Monday on n now job ns n drummer for n Knoxville Tenn house ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Jan 22Next Saturday nnd Sunday is the regular meeting day at Macedonia The following per sons wero nt J J Martins Ida Mc Collum John Stephens Florence and Dallas Holmau Sallio and Della Shearer J S Waddlo and Mr Phelps All had n jolly UmoPrOft pecting for gold seems to bo the leading occupation in this vicinity Nora Linvillo visited Hocc Todd Saturday and Sunday11 H Stephens went to Wallaceton Sun day on business Casper nnd Ray Martin visited their grand parents Mr nnd Mrs L M Todd Sunday While J M McCollum and Bro Isaacs wore hauling wood for Mrs Sarah Stephens n four weeks ago they saw n belled buzzard Jan 23Miss Lula Waddlo visited Miss Bertha Rich Saturday mad Sunday Miss Ella Lake began hor school at Walnut Grove Jan 23 H E Gndd Ely Billions Stella Gadtl anti May Todd visited Miss Bessie LSnville SundayMr W II Stephens was at Rockford Sun day nightW P Anderson and son Ebb visited relatives hero Friday and SaturdayMr Callahan visited his daughter nt Knox last wlookJ W and Inab McCollum saw a belled buzzard pass over hero the other day Bernice Todd is on the sick listIda McCollum visited Vorgie Martin Sunday William Linnvillo now owns tho old home place of W P Anderson near Scaf fold CanoAunt Hellon Gunn who has been sick so long is on the mend DISPUTANTA Jan 23Bom to the wife of M V Swinford n lino girl on tho 17th instantMiss Annie McQuiro was visiting friends at McCrnckon Ky this week Miss Minnie Lako of Berca was at Disputanta last week on business Miss Ella Lake will teach tho rest of tho school at Wal nut Grove Mrs Nnunio Hammond who was teaching it had to abandon it on account of illhoolthF1 Humo and others of Richmond have como out this week to investigate tho gold fields recently lion J F Phelps of Cartcrsvillo huts been with us for the past week Dom to the wife of Davis Worthom a line boy last weakW A Ham mend was knocked down andrun over by one of his large mules last weekand very dangerously hurt but is some better now Esquire Owens is having his house woalherlxxirded nnd painted Wm Eversolo has sold his farm to W S Shearer and is going to move to Borea There was a candy breaking at Mr H C Row lofts Saturday night All report a good timoJ D Thomas loft for Knoxville Tenn Saturday on busi nessJohn Simpson and W A Rowlett wits in Richmond last week on business JACKS FOR SALE- I hero seven good Jacks all broken and ready for service Will sell cheap or exchange for other stock J W Umxoos PO Whites Station Stock Farm 3 miles north of Boroa lie If you havo a house to rent or a farm to sell try a want ad in Till CITIZES FOR SALE Some nice clover hay CO cents per hundred delivered whoa not lens than ton la purchased Also 23 tons of nice Timothy haled hay GOcents per hundred under similar condition SHELBY C TUDOR Borea K- yTheyrsayiinoney does not make people happy I Try a box of V UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES I A JOESRichmond Sole Agent IMail orders promptly filled Carriage Satisfaction HereB- uggies Our Vehicles are every one FLAWLESS in wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our giroNo than HERE No bettor time to uy than NOW Prices down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Ky Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have It you find It hard to breath after walking up stain exercising eta If you have pain In your left side It cheat tHick or shoulder It you suifu tram cold extremities polo face btu Hp dry couth swollen ankle It you hAve fainting spells boas pang palpitation redness of the tea discomfort In sleeping on one side The only scientific treatment for thl wfcold train of troubles Is Dr InnNew Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Curs Is hi prescription of a famous specialist whose treat success In treating obstl nato nervous heart dUcnsa has mad hi name preeminent In the tnedleal an scleutino world The tnedMn will our you We know It We want you to prove It If nrs bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attlmllSbad I ooukl not sleep halt the night and had to sit up on the std of hibed lots of times to breath Thrc of my brother have died ot heart tree Lie and I thought I was going tie samway but about two mtM a hI year I got a pamphlet about Dr IIn New Heart Cure and thought I weld try a few bottles After wring recovered and have had better Jieiiltl reanItrouble mev JSnilV HURT Pastel Itoptlst Church Hurt Kana FREEWrtte to of us Dr fer MitesAntl RemfdTforSpecialist win diagnose your ease tu IIJrH1UJJORATOIUE3 liUUIAIlT IND I I I I I I I It to do more us the now now Wo wo save bo a o o o o o I I H I I I I I I 111 I I I I I I I 11 I t Trj 222 St ILL Oct 7 1902 I was 10 ill that I was compelled to lio all the time My was so and that I on and I I not and I so my sad were raw it said it was consumption- It to it and I bad no de sire to live A mo from 81 and if I had ever of I her I had not and she a I that life I couldsave lug if but of its I you of and one to be well You do not to be a You can have a and do a in life not a of of your druggist r J Surries Traps DurableGraceful J Useful repair Wo bought th- eMeat Shop Known as the R D 1 Store on on all tho and too ua for fair treatment Your Ii Durham Bros i B rea OVER STOCKEDIN Shoes and Clothing out to 40 SETTLE IH 1LcarnSPECIAL WINTER SALE We belioTO pays profits business It In policythat keeps with no old stock orerything bright clean Season able Reasonable know can Make Selections Complete Lines Simmons r IIUS RICHMOND KY 1111 III Wealth South Peoria Cuioioo Eight months cult down nearly stomach weak upset could keep nothing vomited frequently could urinate great pain coughed muck throat lungs prosnounced others mattered IItUe me they called sitter visited Louis asked me tried Wine Cardui told bought bottle believe itaaved women much suffer they knew value Dont freedom from pain Take Wine Cardul make supreme effort 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