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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1I11titHHH+l1HHb BEREA PUBLISHING CO 1 L E TUPPER Manager Knlrrnl of the Pod fN al Berra Xy uutontl flaw maHmalttr HII11H1H1111IH111I 11t14 I VOL VII Five a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 10 1905 One dollar a i IDEAS j Unroii Alphonw Rothschild who died In I othor day doomed It n service to tho young men of Franco who worn desirous of oinnlnl lug his success in humnens and be coming grunt capitalists to distribute among them cards on which vcro printed tho following HH to Imbils fad conduct Shun liquor Daro to go forward Xuror Iw discouraged Ho polite to everybody Employ your time well Never toll business lies Pay your debts promptly lie prompt in everything Hear nil troubles patiently Do not reckon upon chances Mnko no useless acquaintances Be brave in tho struggle of lifo Maintain your integrity us n metal thing Never npiwar to bo something inoro than you nro Tnko luau to consider thou decide positively Carefully examine into every detail of your business IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It ill said contractors by tho acorn are at Frankfurt to submit huts for the now state IIQUHH It Is hoped that Kentucky sent build n state luniMVwithont n graft scandal It is salt Jerry Simpson Is dying In Mexico Ho inado much sport for I I r dinary cajmulty Ho made ninny friends in Congress who will IMJ sorry to hear of his death C 14Mulvln tho loIn KM joint wrecker wanted In loin on the charge of having blown up three I joints with dynamite linn IXMJII ar rcHlcd mill is in jail in Kansas City Has Ho nays he blow up tho joints because their owners upon n curtain occasion inducud him to drink n quantity of whiskey which almost It killwl him Thoro is seine ground of reason in such n plea when those who nro sworn to enforce tho law fail to give the helpless reasonable probellontlTlu Governor of j r un IIOH nki d the FtHJernl Qoveniinoiil to take charge of tho situation In that Blalo Ills such n lire eating neighbor iw Governor Vanlman of MiHtiHsippi he does well to throw responsibility Unolo San 1riMtdent Itix ovttlt preached n short sermon to the Christian Broth erhi 11 of Oyster Bay Tuesday Ho eaiu I among other things If a- ma will try to servo tho Father by being kindly with the many around him who nerd such kindness and by Iwiing upright and hone t himself then wo have tho authority of tho good hook for saying that wo are in honor lxuud to trust him as a good Christian and extend tho right hand of brotherhood to him which may Iw poor theology hilt it is tho best kind of common sense Thu Florida Separate Car Law wnM recently declared on tho ground that It lacked conformity to lio 8uo mid National Constitutions TIlP BfntP Supremo Court Inter af firmed the decision of the lower court FROM THE WIDE WORLD It is reported froth Shanghai that the boycott on American goods has lxconu HO burdensome to the trade of nil nations that tho General Chain br of Commerco has naked tho di loinaticlKxly at Pokln to Interfere It Is deputed tlmt tho boycott was started by two wealthy Chinese mer chants in Chicago because their wives wore not allowed to land in this country Jose Miguel Gomez governor of Santa ChIna province liberal cnn dilate for the presidency of Cuba hits given out an interview full of defiance to tho Palma government and declares that ho will use force to prevent tiny such inspection Tho moderates express satisfaction nt what they term Gomezs sensational The shod of Snkhnlln recently wjthin Boron miles of the main lul commands tho mouth of the Amur Biter Hich fisherUscQal jrou Urn bnr nsplmlt Boil gold nro on the island natives are of three rams the Ainas the Oilynks and tho Tungus Tho island has been used UH a vcnnl settlement by Itnasla and reports ore rife of horrible cruelties perpetrated on tho convicts Japan once all or a portion of tho inland but wan forced to relinquish her claims in 1870 t THE ZTIZI3N NO8I SimpsonfI municipalitiesinspected thoytllcJnro oflla THE FRUITS OF VICTORY Will ho get homo with thorn Mlnn apol Journal CASES INCREASING Sixty icrsons Stricken With the Dread Yellow Fever in New Orleans Tuesday A TOTAL UP TO DATE OF 625 The Increase Tuesday Wn tho Result of the Investigation of a Number of Suspicious Cases Federal Authorities Have Determined To Treat Every Cue Prctentlng Symptoms of Yellow Fever at Actual Yellow Fever Now Orleans Aug 9 Official re port to C p m Tuesday Now caics loyaltoto date Hi Now Orleans Aug 9lt tbo present chaotic condition of quarantine mat tore In Louisiana Is not speedily ter minated In obedience to a I rotlama tion issued Tuesday the state board of health has announced Us Intention of immediately Invoking tho civil pow ers and that falling of asking Oov Hlanchard to call out tho militia and restore and maintain order Tlio proc lamatlon resulted from the letters sent Monday by tho governor to Presi dent Souchon Tho proclamation pro hibit any town parish or village from refusing admission to a person from a non Infeeted locality holding a health certificate not over 24 hours old or o q person from an Infected locall ty who has spent six days In a deten lion cup and bpcn discharged with a mnrinn hospital certificate Interfer once with the passage of steamboats or Iralng Is forbidden unless they via late legal quarantine regulations No jnall freight or express matter shall under tho proclamation be refused from Infected localities provided it is rnrrlci In earl which have been fumi gated by the marine hospital service All persons who disregard those regu lations whether under tho semblance nf loads of health or mass meetings are warned that thoy aro liable to answer In the courts It Is annoMnc ed that no moro Illegal restrictions on travel or commerce will bo tolerated Inspectors Are Busy Because of the largo number of cases reported the fever situation did not have so favorable an aspect Tues day but it Is explained that the in crease Is tho result of tho Investiga limn of a number of suspicious cases of sickness somo of which tho health authorities wero unable to Inquire In to Monday The inspectors of the ma rine hospital service spent much of tho day In their Investigation and tholr reports showed an Increase in the number of cases from noon to 3 oclock The federal authorities have determined to treat every case pro seating any symptoms of yellow ever as actually yellow fever prefer ring to lake no risk of falling through waut of vigilance Dr Whlto said if ho knew of every case of fever at pres gnt In the city as well as cago that bad existed ho would feel that the disease could bo stamp l out In 3ft lays Ills policy therefore Is to kv coto every possible fpcua of Infection so that every precaution may bo ta ken to prevent additional Infection PracticAlly all doubt of tho ralslnq of tho fund of a quarter of n million desired by the government Wl re moved Tuesday when both the state and city moved to assist the citizens of New Orleans Oov Blanchard whom Chairman Janvier of the cltl Bens committee hUll asked to advance llOOOOO wired Mr Janvier that ho would mako the loan as soon as ho heard from n sufficient number of members of the legislature If they will support An appropriation of 100000 Affirmative answers aro being re calved MANYWEREKILLED Big Department Store Building in New Albany N Yf CoK lapsed Without Warning OVER 100 PERSONS WENT DOWN In a Chaos of Ilrlck laster aad Beams Between 20 and IK People Met Death Anything Like a Complete List of VII Killed and Injured Will Be Unob tamable Until Rescuers Have Finished Their Work Albany N Y Aug 9Tho mid ale section of the big department store of the John 0 Myers Co in North Pearl street collapsed carrying down with it over 100 persons Caught in a chaos of brick plaster and wooden beats between 20 and 30 men wom en and children mot death Twelve hours frantic work on tho part of an army of rescuers disentangled 50 people six of them dead and many of the rest badly Injured Three bodies aro In sight but many hour work will ba required to get them out Anything like A complete list of the Vlllod and Injured will be unobtainable until the worker have made their way to the very bottom of the mass of wreckage With few exceptions those caught in the ruins were employee a large ma jority of them girls The collapse oc tmrrocl shortly after the opening hour when baroly a score of shoppers were In tho store A clock found In the debris had stopped at 12 mlnutos before 9 showing when tho crash came The best accounts of the event that probably caused tho ruin Is given by the head of tho crockery glass and drug departments which occupies the basementCause of the Accident The workmen were sawing at a wooden floor beam said he which runs under the northorn end of tho central pillars in tho middle of the store Kxcnvutlon for tho cellar was going on about tho baso of this pillar and I believe that jarring of the beam beneath It displaced tho foundation of tho pillar Tho first thing I know two of the counters near the glace where the men wero working began toaag and several pieces nf glassware slid off onto tho floor wlth a crash I yoll cd to my clerks to run for the front of the store The words wore not out of my mouth when there come a crack lag and everything around us began to fall The wreck came slowly how over anti I think every one In nyf Tmrtmcnt escaped as well nsho work menThe pi 1 tots which KAVO way sup- poreat the oncVi of two glant girders On4 when It full tho main support ol tho central part of the building was pone With a nolsa that coup ha heard bUicks away and which ahook tba aldJpinlnK buildings nearly half cure great structure ran cellar to root ami extending rom one side wall to the olher came grinding down Into thin cavern slid scores of employes who wero working on tho four floors nboyo nd lacked the warning which enabled those in the basement to es cano The Work of Rescue In n short time the cltya entire hospital anti ambulaneo force was on the steno pitied by half a hundred doe tors from nl of the city The volunteer roscuera mind firemen continued the worK until exhausted then their places were taken by a wrecking force numbering 300 men from tho Now York Central and Dilla wart and Hudson railroads These delved in the ruins all night but the work of rescue proceeded slowly When darkness camp i WJLI estimated that nearly fifty persons still remained In the ruins and that not more than half of these could survive the weight pressing upon them Fortunately the wreckage did not take fire Some 100 persons are still uncounted for but B- OJbf these are cash boys of which the thbaything llko a complete list of the others In all the company has 400 employe but CO of these are away on vacations The building which collapsed Is in the heart of the shopping dlitrict It Is owned partly by the company and partly by the estate of the late David Orr The loss to the company is oat elated at between 1200000 and nooJ- XO The building was a very old one but until now considered perfectly underTwayNational Assembly Project Approved St Petersburg Aug 9The national assembly project was finally approved at Peterhof and will be promulgated next Saturday the anniver sary of the birth of the Grand Duke Alexis Nlckolalovltch heir To the Rue alan throve Despondent Man Hangs Himself Chattanooga Tenn Aug 9Joh1 Evera Herman gardener 65 commit ted suicide by hanging himself to the joists of his house with a rope De spondency from disease loss of hit wife and pressing are attributed as causes Negro Lynched Fort Worth Tex Aug 9About 2000 citizens from near Waco took Sank Majors a negro from jail and lynched him early in the morning Majors confessed to assaulting a white woman near Waco a few days ago TYPHOID FEVER An Unusually Serious Outbreak In the National Capital Washington Aug 9An unusually serious outbreak of typhoid fever gen really attributed to tho use of river pester is prevailing In this city The csei are scattered throughout Wash Ipgton and the surrounding section t4 each hospital has Its quota of pa heats Since July 1 196 cases have reported In the District of Co lumbia and 21 deaths have occurred Archbishop Chappelles Condition rleans Aug 9Dr Laruo physician for Archbishop Chappello said he was unable to state what would be tho result of tho achblshopa illness He lh suffering from a typi cal case of yellow fever and is simply holding his own Canal Engineer Scourge Victim Washington Aug 9A C Livings on division civil engineer of the Pan ama commission at Culebru died of yellow foyer according to in formation cabled hero Livingston was appointed from SU Louis The SlxtySlxth Victim San Diego Cat Aug 9Tho 66th name has been added to the list of fatalities due to the explosion of thq tunboat Bennlngton in San Diego ha bor July 21 Frederick J Mueller died Tuesday Powers To Study taw Newport Ky Aug 8k Caleb Paw era announced that as sooa as cooler weather came ho would again take up the reading of law It has been five years slues the celebrated prisoner has touched a law book He had given up the matter entirely until he see a chanco of getting a new trial z1z IH+ H1+ Family Newspaper Eight Pages jj HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I IH cents year that God void land every parts debts byen canal could + + + 0 ih40+ iirIiiiio sTirontnbw1 Tiet rwS- tKe r Mmaiaa jffli t41 fpsunrtueteeaaw hai July 27 1905 1 AN OLD SHOT BAG la neither fireproof nor buglar proof Our fireproof vault and our absolute burglarproof timelook safe are at YOUR service free Small accounts are welcome the I larger ones + Start a rainyday fund and watch it grow We want to help you save your in and letslnoney11Come talk it over Your truly 1 r 1Cashier t TjYoure Invited iaepectthehugestCOME IN LOQK EXASIINE COMPARE and PRICE Our goods all for sale we advertise and encourage home buying and wo dont have to- G1UMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all t testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit Wear Satisfy I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading atvI WELCHSI IokokokokokokokoKokokokokokokokokotRokokoYtoslokokokokokoko okokokorokokwtokokokokoo- o SPECIAL SALE IIAT THE NEW CASH STORE Berea Ky io r0o oe sr o 20IToAugusti0o I am overstocked Clothing and Shoes and have decided the- o way sell them fast is to sell g cheaper than anyone else dontAoffer you a bargain we will not ask o you buy a Very respectfully PropA0YolloiaoitoltoltoitoltoltolsofllolsoStoltoltolsolsoitolsoi H+11HI+ A M as as aro they they on to to 0 0o Bargains in Suits 0x 1500 Suits for 1100 1200 Suits for 900 rr1000 Suits for 750 0 760 Suits for 50O OC o d Co Bargains in Shoes o 400 Shoes for32635O Shoes for 290 i 300 Shoes for 240 25Q Shoes foraon200 Shoes fort 165 0 0 oSSOllokoltotsoitogohoko1so11ttltogolsoltoitoltolso7to THREE GIFTS I am curtained away from the night On the hearth the Ore burn bright Wy lamp la trimmed and lit And I sit In the glow of It At each moment fades and dies In my heart these thoughts arise I thank Thee 0 God for Firs As I watch the flames aspire My thought too soars above To the Heart of Infinite love May my soul burn and glow As more of Thyself I know I thank Thee 0 God for Light As I sit by the lamp tonight This prayer 0 Lord Is mlnel That I too may softly shlno To guide to bless to cheer Thy children 0 Father dead I thank Thee 0 God for Home How many there are who roam Far from the Fathers root Holding themselves aloof May my door be open wide To Thy wandering ones outside Warmth Is the heart of Fire Ohl may my fond deslro Be gracious Friend to prove The depth and the breadth of Love So kindle more love divine In my heartby the love In Thins Cheer Is tho tout of the Lamp Tho the night be dark and damp And the merciless peltIng rain Beats on my window pane Within doth Cheer prevail May my soulcheer never fall Love Is the center of Home Wheneer Its Inmates come Love greets them and leads them In To her Innermost shrine within So Lord In my heart and face May Love find a dwelling place Warmth and Cheer and Love All sent by the Giver above I My heart sings for thankfulness And Thy holy name doth bless Yet these Thy gifts so rare Help me In love to shareI Helen Knight Wyman In Congregationalist Dri and I By IRVING BACUELLER Author of Eben Holden Darrel of the Blessed Isles Etc lOopjnett nor bj Lothrop rubliiunc Oomptujr CHAPTER L A poet may be a good companion but so far as I know ho Is over the worst of fathers Even as grand father he is too near for one poet can my u streak of poverty over three generations Doubt not I know whereof I speak dear reader for my mothers father was a poeta French poet too whoso lines had crossed the Atlantic long before that summer of 1770 when he came to Montreal He died there leaving only debts and those who had great need of a better legacymy mother and grandmother- As to my father he had none of that fatal folly in him Ho was a mountaineer of Vermont a man of steely sinews that took Well to the grip of a sword He cut his way to fame In the northern army when the British came first to give us battle and a bloody way it was I have now a faded letter from Ethan Allen grim old war rior in which ho calls my father the best swordsman that ever straddled a horse Ho was a gallous chap in his youth so said my grandmother with a great love of good clothes and gunpowder He went to Montreal as a boy to bo educated took lessons in fencing fought a duel ran away from school and came home with little learning and a wife Punished by dis inheritance he took a farm and left tho plow to go into battle 0II wonder often that my mother could put up with the stress and hardship of his life for she had had gentle breeding of which I knew little until I was grown to manhood when I came to know also what a woman will do for the love of her heart I remember well those tales of knights and ladles she used to tell me as wo sat together of an evening and also those adven tures of her own knight my good father in the war with the British My love of arms and of a just quarrel began thenIAfter war came father had not prospered handsomely when near the end of the summer of 1803 he sold his farm and we all started west over rough trails and roadways There were seven of us bound for the valley of the St Law rence my father and mother my two sisters my grandmother Dri the hired man and myself then a sturdy boy of ten We had an oxteam an- dy cart that carried our provision the t sacred feather beds of my motherland some few other things We drove with us the first flock pf sheep that fiver went west There were 40 of them and they filled our days L with trouble But for our faithful dog Rover I fear we should have lost heart and left them to the wild wolves Tho cart had a low cover of canvas and my mother and grandmother sat on the feather beds and rode with small comfort even whero tho roads were level My father let tno carry my little pet rooster In a basket that hung from the cartaxle when not in my keeping The rooster hid a harder time than any of us I fancy for tho days jwerej hot and the roads rough He was always panting with open mouth and thoughtful eye when I lifted tho cover But every day he gave us an example of cheerful ness not wholly without effect He crowed triumphantly betimes in the hot basket even when be was being tumbled about on the swamp ways Nights I always found a perch for him on the limb of a tree above the each of predatory creatures Every morn Inc as tho dawn showed faintly in the l treetops he gave It a lusty cheer flapping his wings with all the seem- Ing of delight Then often while tho echo rang I would open my eyes and watch the light grow In the dusky cavern of the woods He would sit Jozlng awhile after the first outbreak and presently as the flood of light grew clearer lift himself a little take an other peep at the sky and crow again turning his head to hear those weird mocking roosters of the timberland Then shortly I would hear my father poking the fire or saying as he patted the rooster Sass cm back ye noisy little brat Thets right holler Toll Drl Its time V bring some wood fer the fire In a few minutes the pot and kettle would bo boiling and tho camp all astir We had trout and partridge and venison aplenty for our meals that wero served In dishes of tin Break fast over we packed our things Tho cart went on ahead my father bring ing the oxen while I started the sheep with Drl Those sheep were as many thorns In our flesh that day we made off in tho deep woods from Lake Champlain Travel was new to them and what with tearing through thickets and run ning wild in every slash they kept us jumping When they were legweary and used to travel they began to go quietly But slow work it was at best 10 or 12 miles a day being all we could do for the weather was hot and our road like the way of the transgressor Our necond night In the woods we could hear the wolves howling as we camped at dusk We built our fire near the shore of a big pond Its still water framed In tho vivid green of young tamaracks A great hill rose on the farther side of It with galleries of timber sloping to tbe summit and peopled with many birds We huddled the sheep together In a place where the trees were thick while father brought from the cart a coil of small rope We wound It about tho trees so the sheep were shut In a little yard After supper we all sat by the fire while Dri told how he had been chased by wolves in tho beaver country north ofusDri was an odd character He had his own way of expressing the three degrees of wonder admiration and surprise Jorushyl accented on the second syllable was the positive Joruehy Jane the comparative and Jerushy Jane Pepper the superlative Who that poor lady might be I oftcn wondered but never ventured to Inquire In times of stress I have heard him swear by Judas Priest but never more profsbely In his youth he had been a sailor on the lake DRI PULLED UP SUDDENLYAND LISTENED PEERING INTO THE DUSK j when some artist of the needle bird tattooed a British jack on the back of hill left Tiand a thing he covered of shame now when he thought ot it His right hand had lostJUforefinger In a sawmill Ills rifle wits dislln gulstfed by the name of Beeswax O1 Beeswax be calledit sometimes for no better reason than that it was easy spoke an bad a kind uv a pow erful soun tew It He had a nose like a shoemakers thumb there was a deeptcurve from its wide tip to his forehead He had a large gray In quiring eye and the watchful habit of the woodsman Somewhere in the midst of a story ho would pause and peer thQughtfully into tho distance meanwhile feeling the pipestem with his lips and then resume the narra tive as suddenly as he bad stopped He was a lank and powerful man six feet tall in his stockings He wore a thin beard that had the appearance of patched grass on his ruddy countenance In the matter ot hair nature had treated him with a generosity most unusual Isis heavy shock was sheared off square above his neck That evening as he lay on his elbow In the firelight Drl had just entered tho eventful field of reminiscence The women were washing the dishes my father had gone to tho spring for wa ter Url pulled up suddenly lifted his hat of faded felt and listened peer- Ing into tho dusk Seems t me them wolves is comln nearer he said thcughtfully Their cries were echoing In the far timber We all rose and listened In a moment my father came hurrying back with lima pall of water Dri said he quietly as ho threw some wood oi the fire they smell mutton Mek the guns ready We may git a few pelta Theres a big bounty on em here In York state We till stood about the fire listening as the wolves came nearer Its the sheep thet brings em said my father Quite a considftblo number on em tew said Dri as he stood cleaning the bore of his rifle My young slaters began to try A r t Z1 t Need nt be Bcalrt said father Tleynontc mevery near Frailer of us n we are o em a good deal Towwwl said Dri with a laugh Theyll be apt t stub ther toes fore thty git very nigh us This did not qUItO agree with the tales he had previously been tolling I went for my sword and buckled Its belt about me the scabbard hanging to my heels Presently some creature came bounding over the brush I saw him break through the wall of darkness and stop quickly in the firelight Then Dri brought him down with his rifleStarted him up back there n the woods a few mild said Dri lIe wan mekln fer this ere pondthets what ho was dewlnV What for1 I Inquired Cause fer tho reason why ho kuowcd ho would nt mek no tracks n the water nor no scent said Dri with some show of contempt for my Ignorance The deer lay floundering in the briers some 50 feet away My father ran with his knife and put him quickly out of misery Then we hauled the carcass to clear ground Let it Ho where t Is fer now said ho as we came back to the fire Then he got our two big traps out of the cart and set them beside tho carcass and covered them with leaves Tho howling of the wolves had ceased I could hear only the creaking of a dead limb high above us and the bellow of frogs in the near pond Wo had faa tened the trap chains and were com ing back to the fire when the dog rose harking fiercely then wo heard the crack of Drls rifle More n 50 wolves eroun here he whispered as we ran up to him Never see sech a snag on em The steep were stirring nervously Near the pen a wolf lay kicking where Dri had dropped him Rest on em snooked off when the gun hollered ho went on whispering asbeforeMy and grandmother sat with my sisters in the cart hushing their murmur of tear Early irltho evening I bad qed Hover to the cart wheel where was growling hotly Impatient of the leash See said Drl pointing with his finger See dmtheron the dark by thet air big hemlock We could male out a din stir in the shadows whore ho pointed Presently we heard the rpring and rattle of a trap As we turned that way tto other trap took told hard as It sprang we could hear a wolf yelp Meks em holer said Drl thet ol hetrap does wron It teks holt Stay here by the sheep n1 Ill go over n give em somethln for spralnt ankles Other wolves were swarming over tho dead deer and the two in the traps were snarling and snapping at them My father and Drl fired at the bunch killing ono of the captives and another the largest wolf I over saw rho pack had slunk away as they heard tho rifles Our remaining captive strug gled to get free but In a moment Dri bad brained him with an ax He and my father resot our traps and hauled the dead wolves into tho firelight There they began to skin thorn for the bounty was 10 for each In the new towns sum that mado our adventure profitable I built flees on the farther side of the sheep and as they bright ened I could see here and there the gleaming eyes of a wolf in the dark ness I was up all night heaping wood upon the fires while Dri and my father skinned tho wolves and dressed the deer They bad just flushed when the cock crew Holler ye goldum little cuss Dri shouted as he went over to him Cant no snookln wolf crack our tones fer us Peeled em thots what we done tow eml Tuk n knocked em head over heels Judas Prlestl He can peck a mans finger some cant heT The light was coming and ho went oft to the spring for water while I brought the spider and pots The grtat greenroofed temple of the woods that had so lately rung with the howl of wolves began to fill with far wandering echoes of sweet song They was a big cat over there by the spring las night said Dri as we all sat down to breakfast Tracks bigger n a griddle Smelt the mutton mos likely Like mutton I inquired Ylsslree they dew said he Kind o mincepie fer em Like deer meat tew Snook eroun the ponds after dark Ef they see a deer n the water they wallop Im quicker n llghtnln jump right In kslap n tek im We wero off at sunrise on a road that grow rcugherevcry mile At noon we came to a river so swollen as to make a dangerous ford After dinner my father waded In going hips under where the water was deep and swift Then he cut a long pole and took my mother on his shoulders and entered the broad stream steadying blmsalf with the pole When sho had got down safe on the other side he came back for grandmother and my sisters and took them over In the same way Drl meanwhile bound up the feather bods and carried them on his head leaving the dog and me to tend the sheep All our blankets and clothing were carried across in the same man ner Then I mounted the cart with my rooster lashing the oxen till they took to tbe stream They had tied the bellwether to the axle and as I started men and dog drove the sheep after me Tho oxen wallowed in the deep water and our sheep after some hesitation began to swim Tho big cart floated like a raft part of the way and we landed with no great difficulty Farther on the road became nothing better than a rude trail where fre quently we had to stop and chop through heavy logs and roll them away On A steep hillside tho oxen fell break tug the tongueand the cart tipped side J wIse bLdrolled bottom up aTrootI ter was badly flung about and begat crowing and flapping as the basket settled When I opened it he flea out running for his life as If finally resolved to quit Us Fortunately we wero all walking and nobody was hurt My father and Dri wero busy half a day righting up as they called It mending tho tongue and cover and getting tho cart on 1U wheels and down the stoop pitch After two days of trail travel we coma out on tho Chatcaujny road stopping awhile to bait our Mieep and cattle on the tame grass and tender briarrf It was a great joy to see the clear toad with hero and there a settlers cabin its yard aglow with the marigold the hollyhock and the fragrant honeysuckle We got to the tav ern at Cbatcaugay about dusk and put up for the night as becomes a Chris tianNext afternoon we came to rough roads again camping at sundown along tho shore of a noisy brook Tho dog began to bark fiercely while supper was making and scurried off into a thicket Dri was stooping over cooking the meat Ho rose and listened Thet air dogs a lectio scalrt said he Guess wo better go n see whut s the matter Ho tcok his rifle and I m sword I never thought of another weapon making off through the bn sh The dog came whining to Dri an l rushing on eager for us to follow We hurried after him and in a moment Dri and the dog who were ahead of me halted suddenly Its a painter said Drl as I came up See Im in that air treetip Ill larrup 1m with 01 Beeswax then jcs like es not hell rash some music Bet ter grab holt o the dog T wont dew fer Mm to sit tew rambunctious cr the rust thing fie knows be wont hov no Insides In 1m I could see tho big cat clinging high In the top boughs of a birch and looking calmly down at us Tho tree top swayed quivering as1t held the great dun boost My heart was like to smother mo when Dri lalsed his rifle and took aim The dog broke away ht tho crack ot It The painter reeled and spat then ho came crash ing through tho branches striking right and loft with hie fore paws to save himself He hit the ground heav ily and the dog was on him The painter lay as It dead Before I could get near Rover began shaking him by the neck He came to suddenly and struck the dog with a front claw drag ging him down A loud yelp followed the blow Quick as a flash D rl caught the painter by tho tall and one hind leg With a quick surge of his great slouching shoulders he flung him at armslongth The lithe body doubled on a tree trunk quivered and sank down as tho dog came trie In a jiffy I hud run my sword through tho cats belly and made an end of him Kh w f he got them hind hooks on thet air dog hed rake his ribs right off said Drl as be lifted hla hat to scratch his hood Would nt V loft nothln but the backbonenut a thing an that would nt a been a real fustclass one nuttier When Dri was very positive his words were well braced with negatives We took the painter by the hind logs and dragged him through the bushes to our camp The dog had a great rip across Ills shoulder where the claws had struck and made furrows but bo felt a mighty pride In our capture and never had a hotter appetite for t meal To Be Continued The Limit ClaraIm afraid Charles Is a hopeless gambler Belle Why Because when ho threw a dollar Into tho collection box at tho charity concert be tossed it to see If It would came down head or tall up on the plate Detroit Free Press Tender Grub for Tenderfoot A fastidious and correct Bostonian on a tour through the west recently stopped over night at a small town in the Indian territory Feeling a little indisposed In tho morning as a result of the unaccustomed crudencss of the environment he searched tbo breakfast menu In vain for some such dainty as chickens livers en Brochette Finally he ordered soft boiled eggs and cream toast and received a severe shock IUfo the stentorian volco of the waiter roared through the room Four In wa ter four minutesand a graveyard stewlDoston Budget Very Iorotu It Is really ridiculous sail Mr Figg to seo the style the Hentlerbya put on when everyono knows that they are as poor IUIM poor as Plaster suggested the youthful son and heir Poor as what Poor as plaster porous plaster dont you know Now look here Mrs F If you dont send that Impudent kid to bed in five minutes Ill thrash him till ho cant stand Im not going to have any now humorists In this house Smiths Weekly Unbiased Criticism What would you do Nora asked the young lady of the housemaid It you could play tho piano the slime as I do- Sulu an 01 wouldnt be aftber gettin discouraged at nil at all replied Nora Old kapo rolght on lam in till 01 could Play dacently Cin cinnati Inquirer lie War Willing Mrs HenpeckWhat do you hick of giving mo for a birthday prctait Henpeck Great ideal but to whom could I glee you I really havmt an enemy In the world Catholic fetand ard and Times J Iiw L I THE SALT ARTIST I Row Sums Very Curious Natural Curved Designs May De Made by Aid of a Funnel Some very curious natural curved deI- gns may be made with Band or salt and a funnel Get a pleco of wood about three Inches In diameter and In tho center of It make a hole large enough for the funnel to rest In Fasten three pieces of stout twine near the edge of the wooden disk equal ly distant from each other so that when their other ends are united In a knot TilE SALT DI1SIGNHlty 83 at A In tho picture the funnel will hang In a balanced position In tbe wooden test while held In your haul at the knotThen on two hooks In a frame aa shown In the picture placed n Hwt four feet apart fasten two string sad let them be united with the other three at A Wben this has all been dote the fun net which may be of glMM or tin should hang with its otster as close to the table at possible Now remove the funnel and make a knot In the string at about onefourth the length above the fnnntl aa at n Replacing the ftuavl hold your finger at the bottom of the Utwnnd peer U rill of aaad or salt and your taU artist Sa ready to draw Hold the funnel off at oaeoormr of the table and let U so whm It will awing off In a carve the road or salt marklftc the line of IU motion Now fill UM funnel again and holding It at the opposite eoraer of the table tot It go whm It will duplicate the first curve from that our nero1I1D11 do this from all four corMra you will bare a pretty cynttMtrtail de sign you will now remove the funnel Ilf the knot at B and make the knot other point the curves will be sad you may make an Infinite varttty of etolga by starting tram dir ferent positions on the table You may think says Good Litera ture that this Is great fun and w It Is turvesiI Frenchman and they are called after him Ltssajous curves ANTS THAT EAT ROCK The Remarkable Destructive Powers of the Powerful White Ants Tho engineers in charge of a telegraph line at Hongkpng wero surprised recently by the discovery that about seven miles of their cable though It was well protected and laid under- Ground In a concrete trough had been severely damaged For the greater part of the length oval holes had been bored quite through tho casing down to tho copper wire Itself It was agreed that Insects must have been the authors of the mischief though what kind of insects waa not obvious It might be possible to find one which enjoys perforating lead But these Insects seemed to have drilled the holes not in order to make a pas sago but by way of making a meal They had taken a dinner of six courses consisting first of tarred rope then of lead then of twisted rope then of tape then of hemp fiber and lastly of India rubber The copper strand had been too much for thorn Portions of the damaged cablo were tent to the natural history rnuttmim with tho hope that some opinion might be given and the oracle replied that there could be little doubt that the iamago was caused by white ants Specimens of their peculiar forms of appetite and Industry are kept In the museum which show not only that they will eat load but will also bore through hard sandstone rock iWISE DADDY When daddy was my age he knew At least five limn more than I dol That was beeauio he read and read Until he had lust filled his head With all the thing you learn at Bcrool From fractions to thegolden rule My dad he had no tlmo nt all To spin a top or throw a ball nut soon as school was out he lad To run and hurry home like mad To do the errands for HIS dad Hed do them all and not get mad portIllsAnd thats why dad Is so smArt now That when I KO ahd ask him how To do a sum he loolcn at me And then mot weeps In misery And drops his paper and says M1 When I was half your age and I Got such an easy sample Ned I used to do It In my head I make him feel so bad that he meChicago 11- I 1 J ABOUT PENDULUMS An Experiment Which Will Prow Instructive aa Well aa Interesting t To experiment with pendulums get sumo bobs from a hardware store like those used by carpenter in their plumb lines or any smul but heavy object will do that can easily bo fastened to a string Suspend the bobs by twine of different lengths to screw eyes fastened to the casing In the upper part of the doorway Arrange one pendulum so that you car lengthen or shorten it at will by running tho end of tho string tluougn a screw eye and holding It or by fastening the end loosely around a tack driven In the side ot tho doorway where you can release it when you desire When you pull this string of course the pcdulum will be sborlonedIWhen all this has been arranged says tho Chicago Inter Ocean set all your pendulums to swinging and you will sco that the longer they ore the more slowly they will swing But whetbci they awing one Inch or 12 the same pen dulum will do It In the same tlmo Try this Stop all but one pendulum and awing It an inch or so timing It Then awing It a foot It will take as long to make tho abort swing aa the long one Stop this one and try another You will prove this fact to yourself Now set one of the pendulums to winging oDd count the number ot swings It makes In a minute When you have done this arrange the adjust able one so that It will make twice ak many and you will find that It IB just onefourth the length of the other Take down all the pendulum but one and set swinging When t reaches its lowest point near tho floor In Its swing strike It sideways and It will continue to swing but In another direction i Now swing it again and strike It when It Is at one end of Its swing lust hater a fHNDULV8 FOR OUR TRfth it start to move back it wilt twins nnnwtf la a sled Sutprad a chair bra tout twine nitric tar a hfvy iMNMlatam Now tu to the eMir a place of flue sowing allk If you pall by UM silk to start the chair to awtaojlMK the Silk wit probably break r if hNatthat IU bob to at UM middle ot tile chair nod start It swUgiaft Now if yrt give the Silk tined a gitle pull at each awing of the movable pendulum the chair will be made to swing gradually and tho aUk will not break It la putting at eqval inUrvata rorre spending to the natural movwuMt of the ptBdHlam that prevents tbaalendcr thread from breaking TALKING WHACKADILLO i Amusing Bird Which May lit Constructed Out of An Agile Boy a Board and Some Old Cloths The prinel pal Ingredient of the Great Talking Duckbilled Wbaokadillo arcivery may to assemble First there la the skeleton shown inCFig 1 This consists of any sized small boy with a backbone In the no i TilE SKELETON shape of a wldo board strapped or tied securely to his back Then pile on and stuff around It pil lows wadding and rags to help fill out the body which la now encased In a sheet wrapped and pinned about the boy and the board aa shown in Fig 2 Now mako a large bull of rata says Good Literature with two flat pleas of wbod fastened upon It for a bill Paint eyes on either side with black Ink or colors Pin the head firmly oa to the body Then make tho wobbed feet from 1u I TILE BIRD COtPLrTII an old pair of leather driving gloves If you cannot procure tbitu use stout brown wrapping paper If youvo carried out these directions carefully and look or have your friend look like Fig 2 tho great Duckbilled Whockadtllo Is now a reality and It ready to perform in any manner from a dance to a lecture on his prehistoric ccsors of which ho it the only living specimen I l II gPEACE m MISSIONS Members Welcomed on the Part of the United States IIIII New Hampshire EXCLAMATIONS OF GOOD WIILL Envoys of Until Nations Wero 3Iucli Affected by tho Demonstration of tho American Public Estimated That If a flails of Negotia ttons For Peace It Found the Envoys Will Be In Sotalon For About Five Weeks Portsmouth N IL Aug IThoHussion and Japanosopoaco missions havo submitted tliCriisolvos to Introduction and likewise to all tho core monies of wulcomo and rccoiittou on the part of tho United Statue govern ment and tho stale of Now Hnnipalilro tad aro on tho ovo of facing each oth ir for tho purpose of ending tho war In tho far cast and If possible conIum mating a permanent peace between two great nlltlonl- Wcdllosllay thoy meet In tho Naval Stores building of tho Portsmouth navy yard The UuMlan plenipoten tiaries will examine tho credentials and powers which the emperor of Ja pan Jms delegated to Baron Komura and MlnlHtor Tnkanlrn and In turn tho Japanese plenipotentiaries will jcrutlnUo tho powers which tho Hus sion emperor has conferred upon Mr Wide anil Baron Rouen Tho second days session to tako place Thursday or Friday It Is ex pected will bo dovoted either to a consideration of tho Japanese pouco terms or to a proposition for an arm istice by time Huaslan plenipotentiaries It has boon estimated that It a basis of negotiation for peach Is found tho actual negotiations will consume some thing llko live weeks time boforo a treaty can be perfected and signed The Landing and Reception Tho landing and tecoptlon of the envoys Tuesday was n function roplet with ceremony The dignity of the nation salute was contrasted with tho hearty exclamations of good will on tho part of thousands of persons who thronged tho streets of fort mouth and surroundml tho oourthouan whoro Coy MoLanc pronounced Ills cordial words of welcome The envoys of both Japan and hue its were much affected by the domon stration of tho American public Mr Wltto rodo through tho business sec tlon of the town with his toll silk hat raised abovo his head In constant ac knowledgment of salutes Ambassa dor Itoson In tho same carriage wee A also uncovered In honor of the cheer lag crowds In tho carriage following wero tho two Japanese envoys and they too woro not shies In respond ing to tho hurrahs of the crowds Three carriages woro occupied by ouch mission and tho procession through tho streets of Portsmouth tho Hus slan and Japanese wore given alter nato position the Drat third and fifth carriages wore Husslan and tho see ond fourth and sixth Japanese The public was rigorously excluded from the navy yard whoro tho envoys came ashore Tho landing was effect ed roost expeditiously and everything moved without tho slightest Interrup lion BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY George H McCabe Will Inquire Into Its Affairs Washington Aug 0Qcorgo II Mc Cabo solicitor of tho department of agriculture lifts been placed at tho Lead of tie Investigation of tho bureau of animal Industry by Secretory Wil IOn with full authority to probe mat tens there to tho bottom Tho Inquiry Into tho affairs of that bureau not on ly Involves tho charges concerning the tags attached to tbo mont Inspected by tho government but also It Is said charges that meat Inspection ns now administered redounds to tho benefit of the socalled beet trustA- UTOMOBILIBTB COLLIDE Barney Oldfleld Sustained Severe Scalp Wounds and a Cut Arm Detroit Mich Aug 9Darnoy Old field and Dan Wurgls collided In tho threequarter stretch during tho first heat of tho Hvcmllu open at the Qrosso Polnto automobllq races and both machines went through tho fence Oldflold sustained severe calp wounds and a badly cut arm surgeons who rondo a hasty examination before he was taken to the hospital said that Oldflolds Injuries woro not fatal Wur gts escaped uninjured The Vice President In Maine PrellI tho battleship Missouri to repay a call made by Capt Cowles tho day before The regulation salute was fired as Mr Fairbanks left the ship A Plot Discovered Victoria D C Aug ITho stoats er Kwnagawo from HongKong brings news of a plot thorn to ship 10000 ri flea and 1000000 rounds of nminiinl lion to Sainar and other unpaclflcd districts In the Philippines Macedonians Killed Constantinople Aug 9 Bulgarian revolutionists recently attacked tho Macedonian villages of Gradlshnltza Petallna and Dobronur All tho houses in tho village were burned and tho casualties number over 200 n u iIt + HHHHJIH HHHH HIIt Compound Proportion- A club member linn naked for a compound proportion solution liavu found tho following tho hURtI from every standpoint IJroductequal to tho product of tho two middle terms wo that every term must stand as multiplier or di visor of every other term fillII problem like the following If JO men working lf days of 10 hours each cut out 2uU blocks of stone Ift long 8 ft wide and 2 fto thick how many men working 20 days of 8 hours each 111Cllt 200 blocks of alone 0 ft long 4 ft wide and 1 ft thickly In this problem thoro is but ono unknown term the numbor of mOil HO as you chango the conditions frnm those giron III tho first cone to to thofio green in tho second it can only change the number of mOil You tako tho terms up one at a time and find what time effect on the un youchnngLrlfrom unity and thou from unity to the numl or given in tho second thus If instead of working 15 days they had worked but ono tiny it would have taken Ifi times as many men HO 15 is a multiplier of 10 and if you placed 10 in tho third lerm 15 muM go in the second nut if tho won work 20 days insult of ono day it will take only 120 as many men und so 20 must go in the first term so as to hon divisor of 10 In tho Bamo way if thoy worked ono hour it would take 10 times as many miler as when thoy ore work lug 10 hours 101sa nRllliplier BIIII- if U tours J ns many men as when they an working ono hour 8 is a divisor Thou if they had cut hilt ono bock thoro would have iteou required 1 2oO as tunny omen as to cut 250 blocks 250 ia a divisor and to cut 200 blocks would have taken 200 times as many as to cut ono block 200 in a multiplier So on with length breadth and mnightlesecond term according ns they are divisors of tho third term Tho only use of Proportion is to place a number of terms which are to bo usedas multipliers and divisors byCnllcolutioll The Window Gsrden Last week I wrote of tho seed BO wonderfully formed to preserve tho lifo of tho minnt through tho winter Now I wish to writo of how tho schoolroom may bo mado attractive and more of natures wonders learn ed by n very little work and time in nay rural school theyhaveMake it n class garden If your ourInot an IMJ l ost to try that at first Ask each class to furnish two nice quart cans with the tops molted off wallIpaper of enough different kinds to cover tho time of each class a differ ant color It you have only tho four lower grades to help in tho garden you will have eight cans These will bo set in tho windows fruit exposed to tho light after each class has carefully put tho covers on theirs Some of puthOllrdstho windows to set the cans on but gladdoTo get this have tho children take lime cans to tho wools scraiH away tho leaves old get each ono half full of soft black leaf mold Then thoy should get sand oft sandy soil and mix with this to fill tho can Now nil is ready for the seed Have each class select a different kind I would suggest corn bean jHn pumpkin radish beet or cab bago as these are easily procured and largo enough to bo seem Bo sure to have corn and pumpkin Lot each class plant its own seed In ono can they should plant from five to ten These are to grow nil fall In tho other have thorn plant ouch thicker These are to pull up and studyNow appoint ouch day a member of each class to water the seeds and wayAta fow peas and grains of corn in H bottle of water on your desk Have the children watch these timid see that before tho seed begins to sprout it must got soft and swell up to tho size it was when fresh In other words it gets back to the condition tho green bung was in when thoy studied it by taking up tho water that had dried out of it Tho second day after planting tako u seed or two 1 I from the ground and see what changes havo taken place Note how whou tho root starts it always turns downward while tho top never upwardEachn seed and whou anything peculiar is found lave tho older classes write about it In fact list all of this work for sentences and stories in tho language classes Watch closely to see how tho plants como out of tho ground and see how beautifully nature has pro tected tho lire of tho plant In every case but that of tho corn tho leaves are pulled from tho ground by tho pushesitshard crust that had formed above it Watch with especial care how the pumpkin seed guts out pf its hull Look for tho foot which grows from tho stem and catches on the edge of tho hull to hold it down while it drags tho seed leaves out You will learn many things your self as well as interest the children give them something to do and teach them to see and love tho common timings of nature Next week I will write of more things to learn from the garden Let mummy teachers who read this try it and report results to the Club Unless YOU write something to the Club this column can have but little news +4+lH+1 I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I IJ I I The Farm ML1S cell ivir MASON Wltct 111111111111111111 ltllll H Feeds and Feeding for Err Production IIn Writrrn FrultOroworJ A valuable lesson in feeding for egg production may bo learned from nature Fowls that are allowed to run at largo and pickup their living about tho ranch lay most of their eggs during Ana spring months Note tho conditions that sunound these fowls at this time the weather is warm and there is plenty of food easily secured This food consists of a mixture of grain and other seeds green grass clover etc Tho fowls get abundance of fresh air and plen ty of exercisetwo important factors for large egg production Wo should take the hint thrown out by nature and endeavor to make the conditions of spring time prevail throughout the year Provide a cool place for tho fowls in summer and n warm place in winter Give them green food grain grit and meat when practicable but above all provide pure air without drafts and plenty of exercise Corn alone does not form a good food for laying hens for it tends to tho production of too much fat If corn is allowed to form a largo part of their ration much work must be provided them This may bo supplied by scattering tho feed deeply in litter so that tho fowls must scratch for it Wheat forms a better food than corn but a mixed ration is the best A fowl not only relishes a mixed ration letter but completely comjxwed of only ono kind of food A ration mado up of corn wheat oats barley bran shorts clover or other green food such as mangle wurzels cabbage etc ground fresh lone and fresh meat scrapwould when properly proportioned andI varied from week to week be productionAs of the vari ous kinds of food to use in making up a ration space will not permit more than nu illustration of time sub ject Professor Wheeler of the NOW York State Experiment Station Bug goats a daily ration mado up ns follows Cracked corn 1 pound wheat 75 pound corn meal 75 pound wheat middlings 5 pound buckwheat middlings 5 pound animal meat 5 fresh lone 60 pound and young green alfalfa 75 jKMiml This forms a ration contain lug 1 jxnind of protein 375of carbo hydrates and 35 pound of fat and having a nutritive ratio of 140 formingfoodcold fat forming food This daily ration would bo Biiflicient for 100 pounds live weight that is it would feed twenty 5pound lions or thirty 3 pound hens At tho Utah Agricultural Experiment Station tho average of three years experiments showed that Log horn pullets consumed in a year 030 cents worth of food per fowl and laid 107 eggs which cost 40 cents per dozen and which brought 184 The profit from each hen was 120or 188 per cent on food consumedJ New Mexico Experiment Station Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profession Head the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telo grnphy In this issue and learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position t f SaRa BAKER Dentist Ornrci Over Printing Office BEREA KY Oflico hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnofonne MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and 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step or movements your work will partake of your weakness Make It a rule advises Success to go to your work every morning fresh and vigorous You cannot afford to take hold of the task upon which your lifes success rests with the Up of your fingers You cannot afford to bring only a fraction of your 1self to your work You want to go to It a whole man fresh strng and vigor ous BO that U will be spontaneous not forced buoyant not heavy You want to go to your work with creative energy and originality possessed of a strong j powerful individuality If you go to it with jaded faculties and a sense of lassi tude after a nights dissipation or loss of sleep itwill Inevitably suffer Every thing you do will bear the Impress of weakness and there is no success or satisfaction in weakness This is Just where a great many people fall In not bringing all of themselves to their task The man who goes to his task with de bilitated energy and fow vitality with allot his standards down and his ideals lagging with a wavering mind and un certain step will never produce any thing worth while- New College Chair Otterbein university at Westervllle 0 has established a chair of philan thropy This is a new department In college work The purpose Is to train young men for various lines of Chris tian work such as Young Mens Chris tins associations social settlements and city missions The studies include sociology psychology hygiene and the modern agencies of health Improvement There is no line of instruction believes the Columbus State Journal that will bear more directly on real life than this The field of service is wide and the demand for sincere workers is great A development of the youthful powers for service in the care and elevation of men will result In the highest good not only to the world but to the young men themselves for it Is an edu cation of sympathy with and devotion to humanity Its results will not be lim ited to the specific service but to the personal makeup of the young men who take this course They go to learn how to do good We have much education to fit men for the professions and the av enues of industry and commerce but here is one to prepare the mind and awaken the emotions for a service to humanity It touches closely the reall nation of an education The number of candidates now com ing up for examination for admission to our colleges Indicates that the en tering classes in all our eastern col leges more especially will be unusual ly large this year Thousands of stu dents nnw go to the colleges with the prime motive of fitting themselves to meet the present demand for special ly trained abilities in many departments of business and enterprise Deficiency in that sort of training is now likely to be a handicap to a young man who must make his own way The low salaries paid to educators especially in the south are illustrated by the announcement In a Florida newspaper that Dr Andrew Biedd has been chosen president of the Univer sity of Florida by the state board of control at a salary of J2500 a year Prof A A Murphree goes In as head of the state female college at the same salary Things are coming to a pretty pass when a banker cant default without being called a thief It is not generally known that Dr Washington Gladdonwho has so vtg orously scored the church for Its ac ceptance of tainted moneyand John D Rockefeller wore country boys together in Tioga county New York attended adjoining district schools and frequently met in rival spelling bees It 5n reported that a contract has been closed for 1000000 pounds of ice for thq use of the United States son ate during the coming year Must be preparing for some warm sessions GENERAL OFFICERS KILLED Number in Our Civil War Greater Than in the BussJapan ese Conflict From the archives of the confederacy on deposit in the war depart ment the military secretory Major General Ainsworth has brought to light some Interesting data concerning the commanders of the confederate forces In the field In tho fateful days of 186165 Deducting eleven names of officers who did not qualify for ono reason or another wo have la this list 415 generals and the records given show that of these 74 were killed or mortally wounded in action or 18 per cent This says the Army and Navy Journal is a very striking showing when we recall the almost entire immunity of the Russian and Japanese armies fighting in Manchuria from fatal cas ualties to general officers Wo recall but one who has been reported killed in battle In the Far East and if there ore others they must be very few whereas the percentage of casualties among the general officers of the con federacy is far in excess of the percentage of casualties in the rank and file of the Russian and Japanese armies as given by General Bliss who has the best of facilities for learning the facts No fewer than 23 general officers of the confederacy wore killed in battle during the 11 months of campaigning and the eight months of fighting commencing with Grants Bat tie of the Wilderness and ending with Appomattox Ton brigadier generals of the union army worn also killed during this campaign besides 12 col onels commanding brigades six of them at Cold Harbor alone At Frank lin seven confederate generals were killed and during Shermans cam paign five the union army losing three At Gettysburg five confederate and five union generals were killed ten in all besides three union colonels commanding brigades At Fredericks burg two union and two confederate generals were killed In all the union army lost In killed or mortally wound ed 60 general officers 23 brevet brim dier generals and 34 colonels com manding brigades Taking the proportions as ono killed to 452 wounded this would Indicate that 407 confederate generals were killed or wounded out of a total of 415 Probably however the general officers were the selected victims of the sharpshooters who shot to kill In one regiment of the civil war subjected to the ordinary casualties of battle the First Minnesota at Gettysburg 28 per cent of those engaged were killed and 82 per cent wore kill ed and wounded In 42 other rein ments the percentage of killed In dif ferent battles was 18 per cent or more The ratio of killed to wounded in 60 battles of the civil war was 1 to 48 varying between 1 to 3 at WH liamsburg and 1 to 67 at Arkansas Post The average among the regular troops was 1 to 452 The mortally wounded equalled 64 per cent of those killed outright In tho German army during the war with Franco tho proportion was 61 per cent HABITS OF THE DRUMFISH 1 t Stands Guard In Channels and Inlets and Preys Upon Other fishes That Pass Drumflsh travel in schools collect- Ing at tho mouths of bays between Florida and New York After disap gearing from northern waters in win ter they return early and take their stations close to the surf in channels and inlets where they can prey upon qther fishes entering or departing from bays The nearest point to New York where fishermen seek them Is the rugged and forbidding entrance to Barnegat bay some sixty miles to the south of the metropolis Owing to their habit of living in Inlets they get the additional names of channel bass and channel fish states the Now York Tribune Rod and reel fishermen going to or coming from their ocean bluoflshlng pause to capture a few drumflsh if the condition of the surf will permit Any kind of bait is sufficient or even a bright metal squid When hooked the great drumfish puts up a mighty battle Ranging In weight from 20 to 100 pounds and having powerful jaws fins and tall the drumflsh makes reels sing and hum a livelier tune than any other fish afloat except the big alba coreThe chief value of the drumflsh lies in the struggle ho gives the fisherman His flesh is coarse and his food value is found mostly In chowder altough certain foreigners here eat it because it is cheap The pound net fishermen regard the drumfish as a great poet as they can usually get only 50 cents apiece for 60pound specimens More often however they will throw them overboard rather than handle them tt a cent a pound Resemblance WigginsSpeaking of facial characteristics do you know that I was once taken for President Roosevelt Biggins And a man once mistook me for the kaiser Thats nothing a few weeks ago an old school chum of mine stepped up to me on the street and remarked Holy Moses is that you l N Y Times Just a Complainer Your complaint madam said Dr Kandor is very serious There now triumphantly cried the fussy woman who Imagined her self very 111 I knew Yes madam your complaint ii chronic and there isnt the slightest ailment to excuse ltStray Stories N1 b ur Nrw Hapitem tn ffltutr 1Rigl1ualt gi By HON A D CUMMINS Governor of Iowa I w E need in this hour more than ever before a new baptism in civic righteousness in public honesty in the patriotism of peace in the courage to say what we believe to be true and to do what we believe to be right We have become altogether too tender to the wrongdoertoo indulgent to the man who fails to use his public trust for the public good We will be unsuccessful in preserving the high standards of upright impartial and just government unless the voters are strong in virtue and active in fulfilling the duties of citizen ship We have a better chance than any other people on earth but it is a chance which if neglected will consign us to a more dismal defeat than any other nation can suffer Manufacturers want duties on imports so high that having stifled competition they can sell at home at their own prices even though they sell profitably abroad for much less Having either bought their rivals or overcome them by unfair practices they want to be be let alone and every efforl for fair regulation every demand for square dealing is met by a combination of wealth and influence against which only the most resolute integrity can stand without terror and dismay- I do not accuse them individually of dishonesty but the system reeks with falsehood trickery anti corruption It seems like a paradox but it may be true that in the vastness of their operations the profits of dishonor flow clean and pure into the pockets of their saintly leaders but if so then let them pour their fortunes into the channels of atone ment and leave the government to the common people- I wish to imprss upon you the fact that these associations of trans portation finance commerce and industry have good and valid reasons for their presence in politics so that you may see that they intend to run the government if they can in order that you may understand that the reign of the common people is in danger I hope that this peril maybe averted and that the common people shall make and enforce the laws of the republic It is not my object to discuss the changes that ought to be made in the laws that affect these corporations but rather the more vital ques tion which lies at the threshold of government I propose the inquiry Is there anything that can be dyne that has not been done to make it more certain thaf the common people will continue to reign that is to determine from time to time what laws should be enacted and the kind ofmen who shall interpret and enforce them All 11nut iihuru- to 1Eujny iBrau y By DR CHARLES W ELIOT President of Harvard Unlvtrtlty Among the means of increasing Innocent pleasurable sensations and emotions for mul titudes of men and women none is more potent than the cultivation of the sense of beauty Beauty means a thing enjoyable It must always be something emotionsIfor pleasure and content only waits on the development of the capacity in human being to feel arid appreciate it The enjoyment of beauty is unselfish When one solitary man feels it he does not byjhisicnjoymcnt of it deprive any other creature of the same felicity on the contrary in most instances his enjoyment is much enhanced by sharing it with sympathetic souls The best place to inculcate the love of the beautiful is the school room To the rising generation the most effective lessons can be given and from the school millions of children will carry the lessons to mil lions of homes After reading spelling writing and ciphering with smallnumbers and in simple operatiops drawing should be the most important common school subject All children should learn how lines straight and curved and lights and shades form pictures and may be made to express symmetry and beauty All children should acquire by use of the pencil and brush power of observation and exactness in copy ing and should learn through their own work what the elements of beautyare It is monstrous that the common school should give much time to compound numbers bank discount and stenography and little time to drawing It is monstrous that the school which prepares for college should give four or five hours a week for two years to Greek and no time at all to drawing The main object in every school should be not to provide the children with means of earning a livelihood hut to show them how to live a happy and worthy life In diffusing among the American population knowledge andappre ciation of the fine arts we shall also diffuse the artistic sentiment about labor The artist is always working with mingled gladness and disappointment toward an ideal he never attains It is his struggle toward that ideal which makes his life a happy one That is the spirit in which all the work of the community should be done Everybody should be trying to realize perfection in his art or trade or daily work Toward that idealization of daily life the love of the beautiful leads us and the road which connects the love of the beautiful with the love of the good is short and good Work and OriginalityKey ss By LESLIE M SHAW Secretary of the Treasury Improve be a slave to your task play the game alone It anyone should com to me and ask What had I better do I should answer It makes no difference what you do as long as you do it better than it is now gcing done Our present standards of work are not advancing We of the passing generation are not improving We are doing most things as they were done ten orItwenty years ago we are not working as well as we should I fancy that most women are baking bread just as they did when they were first mar ried and that the only reason why their husbands still survive is that they are now able to hire a cook to assist them If our boys are wanting in one thing more than all others it is the quality of self reliance But there isa great difference between selfconfidence and selfconceit Hard work is thIS other important factor It is the price of success rAKE TIME FOR LUNCHEON Although They Rush In Business Chicago Men Slow Down for This There is just one place In the hours of business In which the Chicago man of affairs forgets that ho is in a hurry remembers that the world was not mado In a day and that engines which run un i der a full head of steam all the time an I soon worn out This place Is his lunch ton club and he does not consider two thereIing two hours over the noonday meal almost a criminal waste of time but the Chicago man knows that he will work all the harder the rest of the afternoon by loafing through four or five courses at luncheon The Chicago business day begins earlier than It does In Now York The difference of an hour in time between New York and Chicago may have some thing to do with it for no matter how strenuously the Windy City may deny it Gotham remains its pulse When the Now York stock exchange opens for business It Is nine oclock in Chicago and the hustle and bustle of the business day are well under way In fact one will find a great many men of affairs in their offices at eight oclock The pace is a tremendous one until noon If the Chicago man has business on the itreet ho goes to It Hkea country man headed for a fire or a New York policeman getting away from trouble He docs not walk but lopes along dodging his fellows scurrying from crossing to crossing The business district of Chicago is not drawn out in a long slim line from a Battery to Fortysecond second street as It Is in New York A dozen blocks square contain the major portion of Itretail wholesale and financial There Is less riding In cars and cabs for one can go faster on foot especially If It is a Chicago foot The average Chicago office Is an ex hibition of time savers The most handy telephones and tickers are attached to the chiefs desk Push buttons to call his assistants run along the entire front of the desk He dictates Into a phonograph out of one side of his mouth and chews black cigars on the other side If you get to him with your proposition at all you know that you will have only two or three minutes at most to put it before him But then your time Is as I valuable as his and you learn perforce to be concise j So pass the hours from eight oclock until 1145 oclock An early breakfast means an wily lunh n for the Chicago appetite like the Chicago Deat- always with a capital letter Is tremen- s dous Like a fireman turning out to a midnight alarm the Chicago man slips Into his coat for of course he has been i working In shirt sleeves grabs his hat and rushes off to his luncheon club But i at the portals of his club a change comes I over him He forgets that he has ever I been In a hurry remembering nothing i but that he has two hours to spare to theI enjoyment of luncheon 120 minutes- away from business and Deals TROTTING OR GALLOPING What Do Fish Seals Insects and Worms Do In Getting About liars Is a problem for people with sharp eyes As we all know a horse when walking or trotting advances only one leg of each pair at a time but when galloping lifts both fore feet together QUesI I male manage this matter course flap both wings together but which birds run and which hop Wo human beings trot when we walk and gallop when we swimthat Is If ware using the plain breast stroke Tho NowIlIke other fourfooted creatures Then there are the fish One would rather expect that as they move their tails from side to sldo they would nap alternately with the fins which arts their hands and feet Who can tell whether they do or do not and wUVhcr all fish at all times follow one rule By the way how does a frog use its handsThe anatomist Ray Lankes ter has lately pointed out that while the thousand legs such as our com mon gaily worm advance two feet of a pair together the centipedes which are much like them do exactly the opposite and the swimming worms also alternate the stroke of each pair of paddles I doubt If many peoplo can tell on which system the caterpillar manages its doz en or so legs or whether the adult In sect walks trots paces or gallops on Its six How docs the spider use eight Altogether this Is a largo field for observation a field too whore anyone unroIknowledge Dig Russian Admiral Falkersahm a Russian com wander who lost his life In the recent sea fight with Japan was of great physical proportions and one of tho Jolliest men personally Some years ago he was put in command of a torpedo boat but found that be could not get Into tho cabin tho aperture loading there boln too small to permit the passage of his huge bulk He communicated with the admiralty author- Ities regarding the matter but for a time they regarded his appeal as a joke anti Falkersahm had to pass his nights on deck until he was trans ferred to a more suitable vessel IApparenUy a Good Bargain like my Stances looksFriend examining photograph Yes hes worth the price McgEen donor Blaotter BEER AS A SUBSTITUTE A Theory That Is Entirely Without Confirmation from Any Scientific or Physiological Standpoint For sonic years past a decided Inclination has been apparent all over the coun try to give up the use of strong alcohol ic drinks using beer as a substitute This Is evidently founded on the Idea that beer Is not harmful and contains a large amount of nutriment also that bitters may have tome remedial quality which will neutralize the alcohol It conceals etc Those theories aro without confirmation In tho observatlqn of physi clans and chemists The use of beer la found to produce a species of degenera tion of tho entire organization profound and deceptive Fatty deposits sitcom ished circulation perversion of tuna tional activities local Inflammations of both the liver and the kidneys are con stantly pmcnt Intellectually a tupor amounting almost to paralysis arrests the reason changing all the higher fac ulties Into mere anlmalUm sensual noIIUh sluggish In appearance the liter drinker may be tho picture ot health but In reality hu Is most incapa ble of rutliulnK dUeaie A slight Injury or a severe cold will commonly pro yoke acute dlwaae The beer drinker 1s generally diseased and very Incurable The constant use of beer every day gives the system no recuperation but steadily lowers the vital forces It U asserted by competent authority that the evils of heredity are very posi tive In beer drinkers Public sentiment and legislation should comprehend that the use of nil forms of alcohol arc dan seiuut Scientific American A GOOD EXAMPLE Set by Chicago Alton Railroad 001 clalt In Carrying Out Their Tem perance Rules for Employes The Chicago k Alton railroad has adopted a set of rules for employes that forbids thorn from vUltltiR race tracks daneo halls or any resort where liquor Is void or gambling permitted It has done this an the theory that of ficient service from Its employea cull come only as a result at steady and sober habits The railroads of tho country for many years have enforced strict rules against drinking and have thus taught a powerful tempirnnco lw Hin The ChlMffo A Alton now goes a step further and will try tn enforce stability In other seeded lines Hut the Chicago Ii Alton adds the virtue of consistency tn its order for Its working men It urges upon its officials that Uy way of maniple to Its employes they refrain from tarrying Intoxicating liquor ou their private oars or entering saloons along the linG of the road Consistency In the teacher doublet the weight of his argument and the officials are wise It they wilt but follow their new rule An adher ence to this rule Is bound to command the reapeat Of thole lower down In the companys employ When all tho great employers of mrn will adopt and enforce such rules M those laid down by the Chicago A Alton road the temperance question will no longer bo a matter of worry American Issue POINTED PARAGRAPHS There are JCOOO drinking places in Ireland or one for every 170 of tho pee pleAn applicant for a saloon license in Connecticut inuit declare In his appli cation to the board of commlislonera that his place of business is not within 200 feet of a schoolhouse post office library or cemetery andi not within 130 feet of a church The Soxtale Praxis says that the Work- Ing day for the carpenters of Karlsrhuo has been reduced half an hour on con dition that workmen abstain from aloo hnlfc drinks during working hour Tho wages are not reduced The life Insurance companies who have made the science of statistics a pro- lusion as the basis of computation will not accept a man who Is known to drink and if It Is discovered after his 4cvith that ho has been accustomed to tho extensive use of alcoholic liquors contrary to his statement tho policy miy be declared voldDr Madison aPeters Liquor Dealer First A licensed liquor dealer was speak Ing of his custom of trusting mechan ics and laboring men allowing them to settle on their weekly pay day Dont you lose a great deBit asked the gentleman with whom ho was speakingVery rarely was the reply It they dont have money enough to pay all their bills they always pay me for my place in near where they work and they come In hero first after they get their pay How do grocers and storekeepers In general like the Idea of having tho li quor dealer take tho cream of tho laboring mans wages Will Left by a Drunkard Copy I LEAVE to the world a ruinous ex ETlplO I LEAVE to my parents all sorrow possible to bear I LEAVE to my brothers and sisters shame and dishonor I LEAVE to my wife a broken heart and a disgraced life I LEAVE to my children poverty wretchedness and tho memory of a fa ther In a drunkards Brave Temper nce APPLE TREE BORER A Very Abundant Insect Though It Is Not M Destructive aa the RoundHeaded borer This la a very abundant Insect though it Is not BO destructive oa tho roundheaded borer Tho adult Insect measures about halt an Inch In length It Is flattened above resembling a snapping bottle The antennae are short the ores largo and the forelegs are armed In front with a conspicuous tooth Tho upper surface of tho body is dark metallic brown and fresh spe cimens are coated here and there with a powdery gray substance which U easily rubbed off Unlike Jhe roundheaded borer this Insect works In the day time being most active in tho heat of the day It FLAT ItEADED APPLB TltEE JIOHEH a larva b btttlre head ot mated PUPAtwlca natural size Is also frequently found on prostrate trees basking In tho sun Tho beetles are active creatures running rapidly and flying readily This species at tack by preference diseased or dying trees inhabits all parts of a tree from the base of tho trunk to tho limbs restriclatlaltrravagestofruit It la Injurious chiefly to young trees Its Injuries being practically confined to newlyplanted nursery stock and to trees that have been weakened through any cause such as careless pruning or Insufficient nourishment duo to poor soil or drouth Some writers claim eAt healthy trees are not Injured at allIt la a wellknown fact says the Far men Itovlew that many forms of her leg Insects prefer Injured plants but when these are wanting do not hesi tote to attack perfectly sound growth and records show conclusively that the present species la Included In this cato goryInfestation may be detected by the discoloration of tho bark Glvo the orchard good care feeding tho trees freely through their roots and little damage will result Washes of varl OUt kinds aro good for the trees espe cially the lime wash Those check borers GASOLINE ENGINE ON FARM This Motive Power Is Proving Itself t Indispensable to tho Pro gressive Farmer Of all the motive powers yet tried on this farm tho gasoline engine seems best calculated to meet po cullar conditions 1U cheapness adaptability ease of operation and freedom from risk of are or accident nro characteristics that commend It to tho tamer Whore the gasoline engine can be fenltcd by a battery It can bo operated anywhere without danger from flrtf and this Is tho great advan tago over steam It can also bo start cd In a minute without waiting to up steam and whoa tho work Is done tho expense stops at once It ro Quires no engineer is automatic In action and selfregulating For separating milk churning pumping running saws shredders tanning mills Wnlhlngmacblnelnnd- grlodlton l gasoline engines have proved by a wide experience to bo en tirely satisfactory Tho dairy farmef will find tho gasoline engine a most efficient atslstanL It will aid him In tho work of tilling hlq silo running his toed cutter and a dozen other jobs that would otherwise Involve a great deal of hard manual labor Farm and Livestock Forth Average Dairy Whllo It Is generally advisable to havo a cow of good size It has been found that size does not entirely indicate prof itableness Small cows with strong nervous systems and great capacity are probably the most efficient producers of milk If they are well cared for and kept In comfortable condition It Is well to remember says the Farm and Home that a cow of this naturd reduces her flow of milk when Irritated more quickly than She responds to good treatment with an Increased flow The cow with a strong nervous constitution and not easily excited although not so highly efficient Is probably tho best CQW for the average dairy This comfort or 111 treatment apparently does not affect ttte milk supply as much as In cows of more nervous temperament t The Milker Persona having any1 contagious die I case ought not to milk or handle milk others and every milker ought to carefully wash and dry his hands before ho begins to milk Always milk with Jry hands This la so selfevident that further explanation ought not to be- necessaryOhio Farmer For shade In fields the lo cust nmitle bla6kmillbcrry black gum dogwood and sassafras do not inajexaiy InJiaroJJie grass abs ieatl em THE APPLE ORCHARD How It Should Be Cared For Fight Ing of Insect Pests Should Not Be Neglected I If the orchard la young hoed crop may bo grown between tho trees and this practice may be safely continued till tho trees begin to bear I have seen a good many apple or chards that could have been made sources of revenue by cultivating them pruning tiietree and keeping off the insects and fungi Tho time has come when no maa can afford to an orchard and leave It todheuiultltudes of Insects that now are to bo found In every oldsettled localityIn early days apple orchard wore not Infested by tho codling moths but now those Insects are to be found In almost all parts of tho country The northwestern part of the United States Is yet free from them The man that baa a rocky hillside should plant apple trees on It as there is no way of snaking that kind of land more serviceable suggests tho Farm ers Review I have seen an aero of apple orchard return more revenue to the owner than ten acres of the best corn land on the farmI have known tho fruit from a big apple orchard sell ono year for more money than the farm cost The apple tree that Is pruned correctly at the time of 1U early development and first bearings can be made to be an annual bearer instead of a tree that bears iverjr other year nearing a crop every other year Is a habit with some tress that cannot be broken after It is will established Grass Insects and fungi are the three deadly enemies of the apple orchard We would not expect a corn crop If we permitted the grass to form a sod over tbo corn ground nor should we expect condltlonl The apple orchards In this country are Increasing In number and the reports from the national census bureau ppletreestrees combined J REPAIRING A SPLIT TREE Simple Way in Which the Daysat Usefulness of A Valuable Tree Were ProlonledIAmong the hlanjos which wo duroIngspILtdown attbefrom tho trunk would split down to fie ground and break off We did not date trust It to mature another load of fruit deVISedlaIIIfor many years to como as It Is a valuable ono ot the King variety writos a correspondent of tho Farm and Livestock Journal S The tree had three main branches as spiltdownfrom the ground halt way to the METHOD OFTUEATMENT I ground Tho cut shows only OM cleft We three pulley hock mtidorotsflv oigtiihsn ii1ron with a deep worm turned on the end for about three Inches tlrn tho holes with m half inch about three feet above the crotch and turned tho hooka In about half the distance of the worm Waned took three 01 four turns of No9 wire aboiit the two hooks most nearly opposite and with an Iron bar turned the books until the wire was twisted and tight as a drum Tho next operation was to put several strands of wire about tho first cable and the third hook anti turn this hook in until the second cable was well twisted and firm This makes a sup port which will not Injure tho tree to any extent and will become firmer as the wood grows about tho hooks It Is also cheaper than to brace by means of long bolts and the brace can bo put farther up where there will be loss strain on It and less danger of the branches breaking across The hooks cost ten cents apiece and It took about a half hour to do tho work Value of Milk Milk Is valuable as a food In propor tion to tho vital energy of the cow The milk of tho cow which la not properly nourished and hence lacking In vital energy Is not lIt for food t 1 eIiELPFUL IIINTSr I Sharp sections lighten the work Take an extra set to the field with you Canvas covers for the harvesting and haying machines are good Investments Put them on every night Get In tho rutabagas now a timothy sod Is the place for them A few fed to the stock next winter will save doctor bllisKeep cultivating the corn until out In tassel but run shallow To do this of culttvotor I JOSIAH AND THE BOOK OF THE LAW Sssdsy School Lesson IerAug1fINS Spechltr Prepared IOfThIII P tr WESSON lipT2 Clircn 414a Mem ory verve n Head 2 Chron U 85 and 2 Kings 22- GOLDEN TEXT1 wiu not forget Thy woraV Itatm 1181- 6TIMK Th eighteenth year of Joalahi reign n C sx- lPLACEJerusalem the temple the pal are 8CIUPTUIIB nKKKHENCES Compare this account of llnldah with the nccounta of the other female prophet of the Old Testament Miriam especially Ex ISo21 and Dbuorah Judges 4 5 Read the Recount of Joilahn Ulblcreadlnff ZChron J4 2 10 2 Kings 2J1 2 and compare It with Eirai Neh I Rend about Ionians compareItsee the account of Joilaha death 2 Chron JSWn Comment and Suggestive Thought V UiThey the men whom KlngJo repairingIgive the workmen tho money which had been collected and Intrusted to him Book of tho law V 15 Shaphan the scribe Ho stood at tho head of the committee to supervise the repairs In tho temple I have found etc Though opinions among students differ as to some par tlculara about this took it Is by all admitted to have been of JJlvlno au thority the very work of God V 1C Carried the book brought tho king word Shaphan car ried tho book with him as ho went to report to the king concerning the work that was being done on the temple V 17 Gathered together Bettor emptied out The money had boon previously collected It has now been paid out to the overseers and by them to tho workmen- V 18 Told the king saying The scribe next reported what the high priest had told him and showed the roll Shaphan read It before the king He read hero and there portions from the book sufficient to show the general Import thereof- V 19 The young king with great dismay saw clearly that his people had long been walking In the way which leads to ruin and to express his grief ho rent his clothestore his outer robo a customary expression of Barrow or distress V 20 The king commanded hill klah etc Josiah nppolnted tnls committee of the most Intelligent men among his head officera to Investigate this Word of the Lord V 21 Inquire of the Lord In Joslahn time they seem to have sought Gods answer of one who bad the gift of prophecy For me for them that are left of Israel and In Judah This matter concerned not tho king alone but all his people V 22 Huldah the prophetess A woman then living In Jerusalem to whom the gift of prophecy had been given Keeper of the wardrobe One who took charge of the robes of the priests or possibly those of tho king In tho college Rev Ver In porIUol1 dah expresses not merely her personal opinion but what she feels sure Is the message of God Himself to tho King V 21 n will bring evil even all the curses There comes a point In the sinful career of a nation or of an individual beyond which thero Is liar IpOaelutSIt of return not because Cc s love has been killed but because everything that infinite love can devise has been rejected by the de termined sinner V 25 Because they have fore saken afar This was tho root cause of all Judahs sins forsaking the true GodV 27 Thine eart was tender jbslah had deeply lamented the fact that he and his people had grieved their Heavenly Father he had also prayed rfor pardou and we bavo al ready wen how Le began at once to reform his own ways and those of hit peopleV Gather thee In peace God promised that the great catastrophe of the nation should not come in Idiiahs time The king however was not content with this assurance of personal fescue but hesought to have as far as possible his people saved with him The Conclusion of Josiahs Reign After this Josiah reigned for 13 years They were years of peaco and prosper ity The work of national reform went on the regular temple services under the priests and Levitea were performed and a great Passover was celebrated of which It is said There was no Passover like that kept In Israel from the days of Samuel the prophet Later when Egyptians were on their way to wago war with Assyria King Jcalah objected to their passing through his land He and his army went out to meet them and Josiah waa slain in the Valley of Megiddo Great lamentations were made for him by all the people especially by the proph eta and the godly men of the nation r V iPrnctlcal Points V 14 Full often one who Is faith ful in tho house of the Lord finds thoro more than he expected Luko 2s 2728V 15 Let us hasten to tell others When wo find tho treasures God has prepared for usJohn 145 4G V 18 Taking the hand of its Author let us diligently read tie Bible to ascertain His wll1lIm 3416 V 27 Gods ole II quick to discern Isis hand mighty to save one wbo e- Ibeartaturnsinypenitcucoward l lm Ps 5118 fiND A RARE SHAKESPEARE First Edition of Richard III Dis covered in Old Manor 900 Offered for It London A copy of the first edition of Shakespeares Richard HI of which only three other copies are known to be In existence has been discovered in a remarkable manner at a house at Great Mcssendcn Buckinghamshire The bouse Is filled with rare old china and silver while there are a number of old books which were not considered of any value until the owner was asked it she had anything of interest for an archaeological exhibition Then it was that the precious volume of Richard HI was found It had been lying on the shelf for years without anyone hav- Ing an Idea of Its existence The book was sent up to Sothebys for valuation and that firm immediately made an otter of i800 for It The owner however refused the offer and the book is still in her possession The value which Is set upon the book may be judged from the fact that it has been Insure for the exhibition at ilOOO The first edition of Richard HI was published anonymously in 1697 and the play was probably written in 1593 DEATH REVEALS ELOPEMENT Girl Married in Secret Year Ago Learns of Bridegrooms Death Through Mother Mlllvllle N JMrs Nellie MacFnr land of this town received word of the sudden death of her young husband Frank MacFarland In California- In the spring of 1904 MacFarland came to this city on a business trip and he and Nellie Kelly who is a sweet singer fell in love After eight weeks of courtship they decided to marry but owing to the opposition of the girls father they eloped to Phila delphia where they were united by a magistrateThe returned to their homes be to Maryland and she to Mlllvllle and kept the marriage a secret Mac Farland was recently called away on a trip and was coming to Mlllvllle the latter part of the month to break the news to his wifes parents and live hereThe young man was seized with ty phoidpneumonia and feeling that death was near bo disclosed tho secret to his mother who after her sons death telegraphed the news to his wife BIGGEST GUN IN i DITCH Pioneer 10Inch Cost Defense Weapon May Never Be Fired Again New YorkThe Pioneer the 16 Inch lireechloadlng coast defense gun which cost = 200000 to build is lying In a ditch at tho Sandy Hook proving grounds and may never be fired again The gun Is only three years old and has been discharged only 12 times One of the claims made for thogun Is that with a proper elevation It Is possible to fire It at Sandy Hook and land a ton weight projectile In the city hall park 21 miles away Even if the gun Is mounted again It is said a similar rifle will never be built by the govern ment because any extended firing even in practice would make a big Inroad on the United States treasury The chief objection to the gun Is that too many men are required to handle It About three times as many are employed as are needed for a tenInch gun More than a half ton of powder costing 265 is needed to fire the guns projectile which weighs 2375 pounds It is ot the solid armor piercing kind and costs fGOO and is about as tall as an ordinary Ulan MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 4 CATTLECommon = 3 00 4D 4 00 Heavy steers 4 65 Q 500 CALVESExtra C 75 0 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 6 00 6 C 05 Mixed packers 5 90 COO SHEEP Extra 4 25 6 4 50 LAMBS Spring fi 85 7 00 FLOURSpring pat 5 85 6 6 25 WHEATNo 2 red 84 No2 white j 58VJ CORNNo 2 mixed Eli 57 i 4OATSHAY Ch timothy 613 75 PORKClear mess J15 00 LARDSteam 7 37lsi 7 50 BUTTER Ch dairy 6 15y Choice creamery 6 22 APPLES Choice 3 00 6 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 6 1 50- TOBACCONew 5 00 013 00 Old 4 50 4114 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 6 10 6 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 86 0 86Vj No 3 red 95 6 1 0- 5CORNNo2 mixed G56 559 1 27iRYEPORKMess 13 CO 613 65 LARD Steam 7 45 6 7 47 YorloFLOURWIn strts 4 15 6 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 0 00 CORNNo 2 mixed 6 G- 2OATSNo2 mixed 35 6 36 RYE Western 6 71 PORK Mesa 14 25 615 25 LARDSteam 7 25 6 7 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 836 83 CORNNo 2 mixed 606 6- 0CATTLESteors 4 00 6 4 60 SHEEPNo1 250 6 3 00 Louisville WHEATNo2 red 0 86 CORNNo2 mixed 6 59y OATSNo2 mixed 6 36 PORKMess 61100 LARDSteam 6 60 Indianaaollt WHEAT No 2 red 6 87 CORNNo 2 mixed 6 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 6 3S Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALLi Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young urea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from Instruction and must also maybebroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Congregationlists Ton INFORMATION AKD FBIENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TOE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills IIoIIIXlili Fancy Roller Roar Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour 1t1ltII tI1B Potts Duerson Whilci Suttoo Ky I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 346 a m- ArrivoWchmond4lfr a m Arrive Paris529 a m Arrive Cinoinnath7h0 n m- Owing North Train 2 Dally Leave Ben a Iv52 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive ParisH80p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Rpreal11 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700a m retryButtsad Knoxville III boh direction Tnlni num tiff I mil 4 rTY Pullman vcstlbaled Sleeping rr anc1aehel between Cincinnati and Knox vllle In loth dlrrrtlont W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE 4 ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effect April 16 1905 EAST BOUND No1 No 3 No6 pmNicholaer111eVallejr View 1114 740 Richmond rllM ItoRichmond IT 120S p m 6 30 a m Irvine 105 730 BcMtjnrlllo 241ar lOM- llttltJTlUe 003 Jet 300 1020 WEST HOUND No 2 Na4 Nab Versailles 78 1 a m 325 Po m Nlcholnrrllle tM 227 tItw IUS 20i Rlcbmoudv6Wx135Richmond Ir 78Spm 130 Irvine Jipmr H2S 800Dretgvhe 1040am BetUyrlllo Jct 330 1030 No2sod 61 and S make dose connections at Nlcholiirllle to and from Lextocton and Clncl nail and at Vermilion to and rom Bhelbjrrille DI171111eIUIlclloulIou address any loeal avenl or H R SMITH G VersanlealCy To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity Mj la the moat eoraplote and uptodate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity explMClwfllcharges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky REKCEMCB r Bank of Mt Vernon This button with i ten cent box e1 CASCARETS I CANDY CATHARTIC I the ideal laxoUve and guaraltnd consti potion cure fREE on or live jce stamps G Address IIIUDI IOrj t1IsI slyd halw rat Founded Manufacturers Call at T J Moberleys and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Suceeacor to B R Robinson All sails promptly attended to sight nd day r Telephone No 4 Betas slytI Williams is better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARINQ promptly Clean lair and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Mate Street Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL i New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop ia connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop oppoeeCourt CO PATENTS Richmond Ky ADVICE ASTO PATENTABIUU 1 Notice In InTtntlvo Ago nook 110 toobtlD Patents 11cFREE I CharpermodmbNofeetlllpateathsocnredLettersNrlcUJ EJ 0 SI6eEAS Paled L urger Watlinglen Do Ct 4 U Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to giro better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j We carry a full line and can insure a perfect H fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I 4it11It1iH 11111111- 1J rHH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES +H I 1 I H I I I I I HI I I I 11111 HoofI I I II I I II I SIII I I I I I II I J M Williams representing the Graumun Henchoy R Cross Co of Louisville was the victim of a so called practical joko while displaying his goods at Mr C J Hansons store Tuesday evening While in the store with goods from one of his cases his keys were taken from the lock musing Mr Williams serious incon venience and delay If the joker were known he might find that the law makes no distinction between Swiping and stealing A good rule for jokers is to Remember the other fellow A joke that interferes with business is no joke but is an im positionMr Jones of Springfield Ill was in town over Sunday visiting familyMr Mrs Coylo are in Louis vine buying goods We learn unofficially that there is to bo a Fair in Berea this weekand would have been glad to present some items in regard to the same but none have teen forthcoming Tho Ball game on Saturday last between tho Berea team and tho Blue Grass Stars resulted in another vie tory for Berea 10 to 8 at fiio close of the eighth inning The great feature of the game was the artistic rooting of Rev C S Mason for the Berea teen returnedfromhis treatment at Columbus and con tinucs to improve rapidly The father of Miss Lottie Osborno of the class of 05 Boron College died at his homo in Painesvillo 0 weekMr Coddington suffered an amputation of a portion of one of his ribs in an effort toruuiovo the cause of his continued ill health Ho has been suffering much in consequence but it is hoped and expected that tho operation will bo effective Bo sure to read tho first chapter of our now story Dri mama I as it ap pears this week Tho writer of tho Uotico of tho story last week got its incidents and those of a similar story by Miss Cathwood somewhat mixed but our story is Balchellers famous story of the war of 1812 and is full of thrilling incidents and hair breadth escapes lightened by a fresh and graceful love story Every one should read it from the beginning Miss Ada Clark has returned to resume hor duties in the hospital It is rumored that the condition of Mr nix is improving Mr George Settle and family loft this week for Lancaster where they will make their homo in tho futureMrs Jennie L Hill and son Lester arc enjoying their vacation on tho Pacific coast Just now they are doing California after having visited the Lewis and Clark Exposi 00 tion They will return to Berea in time for tho fall The Editor will termIof Wallace Chapel while Brother Hopkins is attending Conference Mr J A Gilman was in Cincin nati Saturday and Sunday Owing to tho press of matter and tho greater desirability of news in regard to tho churches it has been decided to bo best to omit the stand ing notices of church services In a community no greater size than ours very few need to look to tho local paper for information in regard to gladhoweverspecial services or church events of general interest and will givo such prominence in every issue A branch office of tho Western Union Telegraph Company will bo installed this week in tho Post Office IN MEMORIAM Edith Chrisman was born October 3 1903 and departed this life July 30 100D aged 1 year 0 mouths and 27 days Mrs Chrisman with her two chil dren Geneva and Edith was visiting with Mrs Will Coyle at Enid Okln a sister to Mrs Chrisman and it was at this place that Ediths sickness of only ono and a half days duration terminated in death Upon the return to Boron on Wednesday August 2 tho remains were met at the depot by numerous friends and relatives together with eight little girls who acted as pallbearers Funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday afternoon con ducted by Her Oliver McCully The little girls sang in a beautiful and touching manner- I think when I read that sweet story of old When Jcmis was here among men plow he railed little children an lambs to his fold- I should like to have ten with them Him A quartet sang Sato in the arms of Jesus and Carried by tho nn1 gels Tho funeral services wore followed by interment in tho Boron Cemetery We rejoice to know that In that beautiful lend ho has gone to prepare forgivenAndthere fqr of such Is the kingdom of heaven A Word to Christians The Gospel meetings which the Union Church is holding have open ed with much interest and great liasheenpeople to tho meetings Now is es pecially a fitting time for prayer and labor There is evidently much thoughtfulness in the community on eternal things Many are recogniz ing that they are not right with God Whether or not thoy make their peace with God will depend in a largo measure on the attitude which professing Christians take His easy to turn the attention of a convicted sinner from his own condition All softlybeforecarelessness can easily cause souls to be forever last their concern their prayers their entreaties will ho used of God to save men Let all who love God spend much title in prayer I and do much jwrsonnl work for tho unsaved AND DO IT NOW A E THOMSON William Dean Embrae The following clipping from tho I Now Haven Saturday Review willbo I of interest to nil thocitizensof Heron i William Dean Embree a grandson of I Hcv John G Fee was n graduate I from Derea College in the Literary Course in 180U and front Yale ColI itgo in 1002 Tho clipping tells of his work in Yale Law School Such a carter as that of Mr Embrcu is tho best kind of testimony to the inspir ation gained from a course In Berea College An interesting feature of tho Yale Law School- comuwneemo It t exorcises consists III tho oratorical contest Ixtwitii miMnlxrs of the graduating class TIll competition is open to tho en tire senior claw and from the manuscripts submitted three of tho best are selected for tho contest in Tim DIIand F M McCarthy Tho Zemst vos Conference of 1004 Mr La vigne was nimble to speak on account of illness The Townsend prize of SljO was awanled to William Dean Embree who excolled in delivery as well as in the literary merit of his manuscript Tho Townsend prize was simply the crowning of three yours of meri torious work performed by Mr Em bree during his Law School course His literary ability won for him lost year a position on tho editorial stall of tho Yale Law Journal and as bus iness manager anti associate editor of tho Yale Shinglo for 1005 ho has set a standard excellence which future classbook editors will find itI hard to equal In appreciation his work for tho school ho was unan imously elected president of his class Mr Embree has accepted a very flattering position in District Attor they Jeromes office in New York city mud began his work there July 5 A FiveMinute Sermon Tho wages of sin is deathsaid Paul drawing his conclusion both from his own observation and tho teaching of the Master To properly understand this saying wo must know tho meaning of sin and of death Sin is failure to livo up to ones highest self It is not a sin but a virtue for hog to bo greedy for a greedy hog best fulfils the object of his existence It is not a sin but a virtue for a bulldog to ho full of fight That is what tho bulldog was bred for It is not a sin for a peacock to bo vain lip has been created that way But for a man to be greedy or pug nacious or vain is a sin because by being so he is animal like and there fore unworthy of his humanity There is a wonderful list of the fruits of tho flesh and of the fruits of tho Spirit in Galatians 5 1023 Tho fruits of tho Spirit are tho habits tho characteristics of a man at his highest Estate Tho fruits of tho flesh aro tho habits tho characteristics of man athis lowest estate at tho level Of tho brute Death is change from tho living state to tho unliving tho lifeless But more than that it is any lowering of ones estate or condition If a young man has an aptitude for study and neglects it till he is to learn he has lost unnhloI was a characteristic of his higher state and to that Ins died If a man loses his eye sight or his eyesight becomes dim he Amlso IIhoin tho scale of life ho has died that much Or if ho a being capable of bearing tho fruits of tho Spirit con tents himself with bearing the fruits of the flesh alono ho is dead at least so far as tho Spirit is concerted Now we are ready for the nfeaning of Pauls statement liTho wages of I sin is death If a man does what is unworthy of his manhood ho dies to extent of that sin ho descends in I the scale of being anti becomes brut ish And there is a sin unto death to the point that is whore tho ono who commits it drops out of the scale of tho human and becomes a brute Then ho dies to the possibility of tho lifo of tho Spirit Do you know of any one who has dono thiswho is I doing this f God forbid that it should bo you or I T I Piety used as a pull soon gets frayed cout I I ltItII+H+ HJIH+Ij College Items HERE AND THERE kitamtiIii ++++ I 4IfI1iIiHP- rof Marsh had the misfortune to have one of his cows break a log this weekProf Mason left Wednesday for a mouths vacation Nolan Cox is teaching tho Slick ford school in Estill County MallorySprinWiluth Ky II II Prick Superintendent of the German work in the Cleveland public schools with three of his teachers Messrs Q Muehlnr M Fischer and I L Hahn visited Berea last Thursday and Friday looking over schoolwork I They are taking a walking tour thro the mountains rinIeucotiragingletter I New furnnccs will IHJ installed at once in till Hospital mud at the resi deuce of Secretary Gamble The piping of Lincoln Hall is nearing completionMinnie Wesley who has boon nt work in Cincinnati this summer will lx Iwck for time full turn Floyd Lucas is teaching at Monica saysthat KyA letter from Floyd Burlingitme Springs NYwhero he follows the business of n contractor and builder Carl S Kirk is teaching in Inez Ky and will bo in for the Winter termProf Dinsmoro is conducting the Countythis Little Ruby and Pearl Soper who have been visiting thoir aunt Mrs E D Wallace returned to their home in Lexington Sunday Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Chrisman desire to thank tho friends and neighbors who were so kind and thoughtful In help and sympathy during their recent bereavement Tho Citizen will prove to be a yourramilyunit it Subscribe today and try it Lost- A small black sow pig has been missing since last Thursday About two mouths old Any information in regard to the same will be thankfully received by MRS JENNIE L HOWABD College Rule for Students Whose Homes Are in Berea Students whoso homes are in Berea should attend Boron College for the entire year or go to the Public School for tho entire year Those who do not attend the College in the Fall Term will not bo allowed to enter in tho Winter SoptemberThis rub does NOT apply to students who teach or to those whoso homes aro not in Bores Only Requisite for iThePerfect Complexion hands and a jar ol PompeianI iSotptalLutbl tilt nfbut not oflbta Id sop There Is nothlo In soap I that is good fur the tlsiursi II It rtmaloi It bteomts an Impurity nsture Is blocke- dPonata searches every Impurltr eaf of tile iklnblsckhtiJs grease sap11 the dirt tad the mstistc builds tht JoundslloowrlokUi tad tsbUntss mutt to Cntltwomcn UK it la place ol lice powder Ctatlcncn use It slier Ihnlal 10 casts a 19100 N du iPrlcai The PORTER DRUG CO iTIrjthan where Purity is Paramount I kS1i111ki1i131StktilttIi111k11i1k ililk itgti1S11171kltrkklk1Ak13ttt3t11kt1ili11tt1iliNt J Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurancea You wouldnt mjss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any j of the good Companies FIRE UFE And ACCIDENT lNSpRANCEI REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC I W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK oo OO OO oooooooooooooooooooooooooeocooooooooooooo iO i C J Hanson Companys io I HOT WEATHER IN BARGAINS I 0 Mull Batiste Netting Lawno Gingham and many other Cotton Fabrics for Summer IWollenA FULL LINE OF MILLINERY i- o I 0o d policyoo will offer S From July 10th to August JOth I ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST- s I 0- o 0 We also carry a full line of Underwear Hosier Corsets Gloves Ribbons and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use whic i will be offered at greatly reduced prices More goods and better goods for a small expenditure than has oIever been seen in Berea Call early and get first choie e 0 j ThmShop for Ladies 0 I 0- I I OQOooo ooooo oocococoococotooo ooooooooooooofOo III I I I J I I I J H I II 11 I 101101 II I I I I I I I I I I 111 I I 111 I Ill 1 Eastern Kentucky News corrMteoftcaco publUbod tmltM tifMd Is faa by the write Tilt Dime li sot for pabliettiM bit aa aa trUtict el food UltU Writ Ulnly d2- IHMI ttHt LI+t1M J tI1IithlHMItiIrEh1HI1MADISON HICKORY PLAINS AilS 4lilies Ida Baker of Lex- Ington is visiting her graudmothoi Mrs Nannie Bakor this week MlHses Joico nut lola Harris Bertha Johnson and Messrs Will Beeves and Fred Johnson spent Sunday ot Mallory Sp ingMrs Builis Wil sou and little daughter nro visitliij relatives In Hon CoMrs Shermai Baker nud children her brothorin law Mr Albert Baker and Miss White of Indiana are visitingat Mrs Bilkers parents Mr and Mrs John Johnson Blanche Crawford of Uockcnstlo is visiting Miss Salli Bush Hurlwr and John Smith of WliUfH Station BiHJiit Saturday with Luther Maupin BARE KNOB August 8Tbo schools have nil commenced and tho teachers are con fronted with tho samo old story It is pleasant to see tho children going to andso happy over ItJilnnnnondanti wife visited J W Lnko Bulimia nnd Sunday Mr Itoburts of Btircu has moved to Bare Knob into tho house that Ambrowi Molldno vacated Oat liar testing is over nut farmers say their oats nro excellent Mrs John Wall die ill nt last writing is now getting along fpirlywell1Vnller Lake of Panoln was nt this place 1 flies Mary Collins has gone to the Peril to fijHind a few weeks with her brolluir Thoro lilt whispers of n wedding in our localityfioouSam Hurucll luau soul his fern to John L Powell nud will make ifs future homo In Indiana COLLEGE HILL Aug 0 Morris CundilT of Som urnot is spending a few days with his aunt Mrs AW Williams Mrs Anna Morgan is leaching school nt Inlon Cityhiss Alice Qriustoui is insisting Miss Hislo nt Hylicotowi pttblio flChoo1IUnrnest Norris is prufurrlng to move to the Wnsl lMno plait1 W Titus of Bereo vlsittil friends Mere Sunday30 WAS mined at Xorris Chapel lost Sunday Rev Jesse Furris Pastor Mrs Dr Holwrt Combs tiled suddenly yuHtunlny at her homo on Boston Summit Shu was tho daughter of Ilov J J Johnson who established tho High school of which our village bears till name Silo leaves n heal of relatives and Mentis T W No lands babytiled yesterday Mm Androw Baxter is illut her home nwtr lied fiver furry1 II LangUy is proparing to huildn hmittaoim residenceIROCKCASTLE COUNTY BORNE August SHen J W Lamliort of this plan final his regular av lastSaturIsaac Martin of Rockford visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert IlI- ItwookJlI Lnmlxrt wont to Boron Saturday wonlnJO L Wren and family moved to their now homo nl booms Gap this week W W Anglin of Disputnntn visited Key JWLamborl last wlCkTho youiiR child of Adkins Knuckles id very sick at this wrtting1Preaching nt lair view Church next Saturday anti SlI- ndlnJ W Lambert sold two nlai hoRs for 1730 Jesso Wren who has been sick for several days Is again able to go to work Miss her tin Kirbywho linn txxm visiting relatives nl Ford Ky for three 1ROOKFORD homo August SW P Anderson of Manso Ky visileXl hits sister Mrs J W Todd Saturday and SundayIt seems that CHTodd his his trading harness on for ho is buying all tho hogs around lucre Hogs are scarce but tho corn crop is looking wellDL D Bowling of Boron WIIH liiro Sunday Born to tho wile ol JW Todd on August 4 a fine boy Mr nnd Mrs W 11 Stephens via ited T S Waddlo Sunday Misses Bessie and Nom Lunvillo visited rel mikes nt Hock lord Sunday There has been considerable work placed iu tlitr hinuls of WWAuHo accoun- tnfankbavtnrr t Ht KRirvkHv Church 1JI f fOWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR Aug D Arthurnnd Charley Fla4 ery are visiting thoold homo this week Tho Institute is over nnd uo v tka teachers can go back to their Behoof with broader views and a greater determination to do something for our youth that will bo of lusting goixl Prof Soalo of Berea College WM among thtj distinguished visitors at tho Institute Kov Mr Miller is holding a series of meetings at tUn Union Church nowP S Clarkj made a flying business to ciuuatl last woekQRrI Hammou4l t 1Ittt son of J E Hammond tho Boone villo druggist is homo from Chica HU whoro ho has been working for tho lust three years Quito n mini her of Owsloy boys have gone to South Lebanon Ohio to work in acorn canning factoryMr and Mn John Clarkson of Clay Coworo visiting at Major during tho wook Miss Molllo Bowman is better nt this writing Mrs Susan Halo was taken seriously IIIery suddenly last Saturday while visiting her daughter Mrs Dona McPherson run While Oak District No 83 in tho last tuii years has supplied this county and others with some fourteen teacher Most of those have hold first class certificates andall have been successful Moreover there IA n good prospect for about three ad ditions to the list for the coming year Besides those wo have lour older teachers living in tho district that we could hardly count as pro ducts of our school some of thorn having quit teaching for several years Some of our teachers have gone on through college and taken their degrees and others have not finished yet Is there another dill trict in tho Mountains that can boast of such n record Y And let mo add that Berea College huts been ono great cause of this Lot us hear from other correspondents GAB BAR0 Aug fiWt tare laving some dry weather nt present Tho ecru crop is looking well in this neighbor hood Tiso Barrett is going to move to Madison County this fall Prico Mooro and Daniel RobtiiHoi lore gone to Ohio to WOk 1011- 10montA number of citizens of this neighborhood went to Cincinnati Sunday on tho excursion HixBros of Jackson Co are visiting relations nt FloydJanos Ii Qnbbard and John It Mooro are visiting relations in Jackson County Old corn is get ting very scarce in this vicinity anti is milling tit 75cents a hURhotho attendance at our Sunday school Ins Sunday July 80 was over 100 IVs hope tho good attendance will keep- mapC B nnd Henry Gabbard won on Cow Creek last week to get a loud of corn to sell to tho Buffalo Citizens Roe M C Taylor preached at tin mouth of Crow Creek last Sunday to a good sized audience Mr Taylor Is ono of our oldest preachers Ho is aloud BO years old but is halo am hearty Tho institute is in session at Boonovillo this week with Prof IlM Shipp of Winchester as instructor Tho teachers of Owsloy County art glad to have n man like Prof Shipp ni their instructor Wo are sorry to say that some of our young men and some with families as well have fallen into tho habit of playing curls on the Sabbath The fourth commandment says Itmnvnilwr tho Sabbath day to keep it holy nud good sense should teach that this Is the hotter way Such conduct is a bail example Is destructive of character and often loads to something worse Jlottorx quit it boys LETCHEft COUNTY MAY KING Aug 8The funeral of John Margins was preached at Nervic Margiun8 Saturday A largo con gregation was present Monroe Holbrook WaR in town Saturday John H Craft has just relumed home front Glamorgan with jsjodfl Mrs Polly Craft was n visitor lucre Sunday ASWebb and others loft lucre last week to work tho railroad In Vergmiii Tho US Ilovouuo men arc still active in this vicinity JACKSON COUNTY ALCORN July 81Mrs Allen Powell wife of our County Superintendent ol Schools is tho mother of a tiev baby girl Mother anti childare doing wolMr and Mrs Allwrt Wil liams proprietors of the William store at tills place have hOne to Hamilton Ohio They will return this week after n brief visit to Mr Williams brother who wont to Ohio last wintor The Teachers Associa tion for this combination of districts wllfbo held at Chestnut Flat School hOI Io Saturday August 5 A full program is reported Everybody cordially invited Tho school at this line been going on for three wpoks Tho attendance for tho post flok has boon greater than for any a In tho past three years as Liown by the Teachers Record Hook fola increase in attendance has been Amoral all over this part of the coun people are getting iutores Inl in education Miss Nannie iek tho toachor visited home at Iyrby Knob ovor SundnyA Suit taY8 liool was organized in our house lost Sunday 3 p m is Bra hour for meeting except on days whoa preaching services are held when wo meet nu hour earlierIlev Cassius Van Winkle will preach at tho Burned School house on next Saturday and Sunday Ho line II regular appointment hero on each first Sunday In the month Misses Fnnnlo Davis nnd Pattio Moycn teachers of tho Indian Springs anti Sinking Valley schools respectively and Miss Anna Logsdcu or tho Happy Top school in Estill Co woro present at tho organization of the Sunday school at this place EVERGREEN Aug IMr J Jones hUll just roo turned from TennMrs Snllio Hel lard was tho guest of Mrs L T Morris Sunday Mr non Drew visited Mr Peter Hose Simday Wm Beck hOB just completed hula fine building Tho new town on Hock Lick is called Joneslown There was a Iwxsupper at Sycamore Saturday night The highest box was sold for 180 tho purchaser was Mr Green Lake SAND GAP Aug 0Hnrvesting und black berrying time is over anti the peopl are taking n brief restE E Dur 1mm finished laying by corn last week Ho showed his gratitude by waving his old straw hilt and shout IngMr Stevenson a mill hand nt Sand Oup who has been very low with fever is slowly improving Mrs J It Durham is on the sick list this weukMrs Win Durham who has IMMJH In poor henlthnll sum tutor is rnpidly improving SIlO nt tended school nt Saul OOfRoornldays lust week We are know that who is able to attend school Aunt Catherine Clcmmon is very low at this writing Jame Williams nud family John Kerb und family and Lewis McGulro and wife woro guests of J It Durham lust Sunday Valentino William bins bought n brand now buggy am says ho will take quo girls out driving Ho says your correspondent shall have the first drive Little Margrc Durham is learning to ride horseback She redo out to A P Gab hurts store tho other elllMulltor Murray Durham of Louisville is visiting hula unclo J It Durham and family Ho will stay until Soptom herQuito a unmoor of young folks nro visiting some of tho South Fork paves today Horace Durham and Jane Johnson have gono to Uamil ton Ohio to got workMrs So phinn Durham and son Pemllotoi leave today for Hamilton Ohio whorl they will visit rolutivesE E Durham and cousin Murray alien ded teachers association at Chestnut Flat yesterday J G Durham vis ited homo folks lust night Enters Suit For Damages Hopklnsvlllo Ky Aug DD E Fowler administrator of Walter L Maddox has sued the L N Railroad Co for J25000 damages Maddox who was a brakeman sustained Injnr lea at Springfield Tunn In July 1904 which caused his death Will Open a Catholic Convent Mt Sterling Icy Aug vJlsbuJ1 Mass of tbo Catholic church Coving ton has purchased tho famous Mober ly place In Madison county and will open a Catholic convent This Is one of tho handsomest places In Kentucky Price pall 1360- 0Legislators Wife Sues Lancaster Ky Aug DMrs J n Mount has sued the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co for 10000 for In Juries alleged to have been sustained while alighting from a train Mr Mount IB an exmember of the Ken tucky legislature Deweys Cousin Burled Flomlngsburg Ky Aug 9Tho body of Miss Elizabeth Dewey 89 who died In Kllzavlllo was Interred hero Site was a full cousin to Adm George Dewoy Ono sister Miss Sa tab Dower survives her at the ago of 85 years Old Resident Dead Newport Ky Aug 9Robert B Nelson 83 died at his homo near Alexandria It Is said that bo was the oldest native born resident of the county Tho deceased was an uncle of Col R W Nelson of this city Pay Up Then Litigate Frankfort ICy Aug DJudgo Payn ter of tho court of appeals dissolved the Injunction secured by the national auks of Lexington Tho result is tbe- bllnka wilt havo to pay their taxes pow and Hflsato hereafter RunNewport ICy Aug 9Couuty Judge lissom has Issued a permit to Miss R cspobl of Drent ICy to conduct a sa icon at that place Sho comes from a veilknown family In tho uppor part of the county e Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will It make I a short kg long but It ftcdt colt bone Iand heals dlteaud bone and Is among j the few genuine mean of recovery In rickets and consumptionSend SCOTT ft UOWNK ChrmitU New York rtoj all dratcbts I TtParlStreet III The Commonwealth n STATE CAPITOL The Contract For its Construction Was Awarded Frankfort Ky Aug 9The con tract for tho construction of the new Kentucky capitol was awarded by the state capitol commission to the Oen oral Supply and Construction Co ot Now York Tho bid for the work Is 880000 tho next lowest bidder being John 0111 It Sons of Cleveland 0 884143 The building Is to have a granite base and to be of Eedtord Ind stone It Is to be completed within two years and the contractors glvo bonds of 325000 for the perform anco of tho work There were 15 gen oral bids and 63 bids for portions of i tho work WITH FAMOUS GENERALS Judge J H Dorman Fought For Con federacy Will Rest In Kentucky Owenton Ky Aug 9Judgo James Harvey Dorman aged 74 ta dead at tho homo of his daughter In Tennes see from the effects of Injuries BUI tanned In a tall Judge Dorraan taught under Gen Leo and also served un der Gene Humphries Marshall John C Drecktnrldfee Hanson Longstreet Morgan and Duckner From 1869 to 1874 he served In the Kentucky senate and on the expiration of his term was elected Judge of Owen county He was a lifelong Baptist The body will be buried here Day Withdraws Mt Sterling Ky Aug 9News is that Charles E Day of Morehead who was a candidate for representative be fore tho democratic primaries of the llathUowan district has withdrawn leaving W A Young of Rowan and Walter Sharpo of Bath the only can dldates Farm and Stock Sale I will soil my Blue Grass Farm anti stock upon it at Public Auction at my residence in Gnrrurd County on August 24 1005 Said Farm Is situated within 1J miles of Point Lick within 1 mile of Lowell and within 10J miles of Lancaster Tho farm consists of Four Hundred Acres of Good Rich Land in a high stateof cultivation nnd well improved There is on the Homo Lot of 100 acres a good Two Story Frame lies idonco with ron largo rooms with n fine rolling Lawn Also Two Barns Three Corn Cribs a Carriage house a Meat Housoan Ice Housoa Oran cry a never failing Cistern three nov er lulling Ponds and one Pool This 100 acres in Grass The remain ing 300 acres bos upon it ono large Tobacco Barn 40 by 150 feet 100 feet of it being floored and having racks troughs cribs and things mUleSjThillHalt of this lot is good Tobacco Land Tho Stock to be sold consists of 33 head of Two year old Mules broke to work 32 head of Horses the rise of Fifteen Hands high from 40 to 00 head of Cattle 25 head two Year old Steers Cows pUll Calves Hogs one good Black Jack foaled in 1002 fifteen hands high ono Stallion Oar Engle sired by King Dictator 10088 Tho farm will bo offered in Separate Lots and then as a whole and the way it brings the most money that way it will be sold The usual terms See Posters WPPrewolt Kirks yule Auctioneer Dr B Ramsey Paint Lick FEMALEWEAKNESS 8tPolnunOct IT INs toetotad I know whereof I peak Iut rend for 0101 months wtUIo eappe4 prototedmj back and fides and Iwoald kar odlug headache My limbs woul- dswtt up snit I would flo 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admirable alike In his scenes of peace and war He paints the silent woods In the Fall of the year with the rich golden glow of the Indian Sumrger He Is eloquently poetical In the lonely watchers contemplation of thousands of twinkling stars reflected from the Broad bosom of the St Lavrence and he Is grimly humorous In some of his dramatic episodes Nor does anything In Cranes Red Badge of Courage bring home to us more cockpitcipaction brought a outrance on Lako ErieiThe Opening Chapters of the Story Arc in This Issue Read Them JfIo I HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Col Iscted and Presented in Condensed Form s PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS The RusslanJapanese War In the Far East and Other Interesting Foreign Notes Doings of the Public Officials The Yellow Scourge President Roosevelt forwarded to Surgeon General Wyman of the pub lic health and marino hospital service- S telegram from Gov Blanchard of Louisiana requesting that tho United States government take control of the situation in Now Orleans The presl dent directed tho surgeon general to take every step to stamp out tho yel low fever A special from Mena Ark says the city council not only refused to quarantine but Invited refugees from In fected points to go there Mena Is in the Ozark mountains 1350 feet above sea level By omclal action of tho city hoard of health Knoxville Tenn has declar ed Itself open to the world and In Tiled all fever refugees whether sus pects or not to come within its gates The flagship of the Mississippi patrol squadron tho Grace and another ves sel tho Tipsey which had been sta tioned In Lake Borgne canal were seized by the Louisiana militia their flags hauled down and the officers and crows placed under arrest The Mexican superior board of health reports that there are only four cases of yellow fever In the entire republic These cases are In tho city of Vera Cruz where they are thoroughly Isolated Alexandria La has capped the ell max of all quarantine efforts by put ting a ban on telephone and telegraph companies refusing to allow messages to be received In that town from Now Orleans either by telephone or tole graph RussoJapanese War Items President Roosevelts role In the making of peace between Japan and Russia has been played to the end The fruition of his efforts came to an end In the main salon of the naval yacht Mayflower entrance to Oyster bay harbor when the peace envoys appointed at his suggestion by the warring nations met and clasped hands dined together across the presi dentlal board and amid booming can non steamed slowly out of the harbor en route to Portsmouth N H where tho work of the peace conference will formally be begun The czar in replying to on address of clergy from Khabarovsk heartily approves the recommendation to con tlnue the war until the enemy is crush ed and above all not to think of ces sion of territory or the payment of an IndemnityIt that Czar Nicholas Is suffering from a severe attack of nerv ous prostration and that ono of hIs physicians Is In constant attendance to the monarch The bulk of the Russian army on Saghallen Island surrendered to the Japanese forces on July 31 Among the prisoners who fell into tho hands of the Japanese are Gov Llapnoff 70 officers and 3200 men- The first installment of a fund raised among the officers and soldiers in the field for tho rebuilding of the navy subscriptions for which were voluntarily begun after tho battle of the Sea of Japan have been received g at St Petersburg Gen Mlstchenkos corps contributed 130000 and that of Gen Zerpltsky the heroes of tho Muk den retreat 76000 The Russian government has dodd ed on the Issuo of another internal loan to the amount of 1100000000 of which however only 75000000 maybe issued at first Miscellaneous News Tho monthly clrcuotlon statement Issued by the controller of tho curren cy shows that at the close of business July 31 1905 the total circulation of national bank notes was 503971395 an IncreasOfor tho year of 53764507 find an increase for toe month of 8 251589President Jordan and Secretary Cheatham of tho Southern Cotton as sociation Issued a statement address ed to the members of the association In which the resignation of Secretary of Agrlculturo Wilson Is demanded Secretary Wilson said he was not dlv turbcd by the demands for his resig nation made by certain officials of the Southern Cotton association and that he heartily approved of the expressed Intention of President Jordan of the association to go to President Roosevelt with hIs demands Lorman E Roberts of New York was arrested In Chicago Ho Is ale leged to havo made thousands of dol f lars by postal money frauds in 20 east ern cities The attempt to Increaso the Insur anco rates of tho Catholic Order of Foresters at tho convention of the in t ternatlonal boy failed After a long discussion a voto was taken Throe bomb factories have been dis covered at Odessa and their contents confiscated The authorities who made tho discovery found C7 finished bombs and 200 other bombs In the course of construction At the proper time Secretary Wilson will ask for a congressional Investlga tion of his department That Is he will ask for it after the grand jury has finished its work if some of his friends do not forestall him Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture denies that employes of the forestry service havo written arti cles for magazines prior to the publl cation of tho result of government work in public reports According to a bill filed In tho com mon pleas court at Philadelphia five directors of the Odd Fellows Mutual Life Insurance society of Pennsylvania are charged by Henry F Walton the iccelvor with wrecking that concern Three large insurance companies at Now York are to be Investigated by the Insurance commissioners of Ten nessee Kentucky Wisconsin and Min nesota as a result of a meeting of eight state Insurance commissioners held In Chicago The president has appointed Wil liam R Moore register and F C Hit dreth receiver at the consolidated land office at Phoenix Ariz Mooro was register of the office at Prescott and Hildreth at Tucson before the threu offices were merged Gen James R Carnahan major gen oral of tho Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias died at his home in Woodruff place Indianapolis Ind after an Ill ness of two weeks Ho was born at Dayton Ind November 18 1841 Gamblers Intent upon playing the races and policemen determined to prevent all race track betting on the high seas furnished on Lake Michigan one of the most unique and spectacu lar gambling raids over attempted In this country Tho police and gamblers raced around the lake in Illinois Indl ana and Michigan waters Fourteen gamblers were captured Robert W Criswell editor of n weekly publication who was arrested recently on a charge of criminal libel preferred by Representative Rhlnock- of Covington Ky committed suicide by throwing himself beneath a sub way train in New York city Mrs Mary J Carlisle wife of former Secretary of the Treasury John G Car lisle died at her country homo in West Islip L I after an lllnoss of three weeksThe preliminary report of Commis sioner Yerkea of the Internal revenue bureau shows that the receipts from all Internal revenue sources during the year ended July 30 1905 amounted to S23418797C an increase as compared with the fiscal year 1904 of 1284195 After one Cossack und been killed on the Novorossisk Vladl Kavkaz rail way strikers advanced menacingly whereupon the infantry fired killing 30 of tho strikers and wounding 22 Business failures In the United States for the week ending August 3 number 178 against 197 last week 179 in tho like weok of 1904 anti 161 in 1903 Secretary of War Taft and party ar rived at Manila on the steamer Man churls Their arrival was made tho occasion of a gorgeous water pagean The battleship Ohio forts and vessels in the harbor fired the regulation sa lute for the secretary of war Russell Sage celebrated his 80th birthday by remaining from his omce spending the day quietly at his coun try home In Long Island Mr Sago is said to be In excellent health According to Information receiver by the police Boston Instead of Paterson N J has been selected as the meeting place of this years International congress of anarchists While In the act of trimming a coffin in a St Louts coffinmaking estab lishment George Disch 49 an em poye was suddenly stricken dead and toppled over into the coma Heart disease caused his death l The Milwaukee county grand jury has returned five more Indictments Among those against whom true bills were returned is Charles F Pflster one of Milwaukees most prominent citizens John Comstock one of the wealthi est men In Central Illinois is dead at Peoria 111 He was born In Taylor ville 0 in 1818 and went to Peoria In 1840 During the civil war Mr Comstock expended large sums of money In fitting out troops to serve- In the union armies and was thanked by Gov Yates Sheriff Richardson returned to lola Kan from Keystone la whoro ho arrested C L Melvin the man who blew up all tho lola joints on July 10 and destroyed 50000 worth of property Melvin said he was alono In the workManilas welcome to Secretary Taft and party exceeded all similar demon strations in the past by either Amen can or Spanish officials Gov Gen Wrights address of welcome at the government house expressed the feel- Ings of Americans and natives on the return ot tho former governor gen oral and the arrival of Miss Alice Roosevelt Mrs John Lang the votary ot a strang sect In Philadelphia know ask the Congregation of the Lord kept the corpse of a woman In her house for three weeks awaiting Its resujrec tlon The body was removed by the authorities During the baseball gamo between Pittsburg and New York J W Manor 44 collapsed In his seat and died Phy sicians give the cause as apoplexy su perinduced by excitement of tho gamo Martin StrIck and his two sons aged oilBigby foul air while engaged In cleaning out an old well and all are dead Advices from Hattiesburg Mlssi state that Ed Lewis and Kid George two es were lynched there by a I boJ4Ingviet Guard J G Smith j All negotiations which have been pending between tho Order of Rail way Telegraphers and tho Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways came to n sudden end when General Manager Horn of the rorthorn Pacific notified the tolegrai o rs ot that system that tho companys proposition as to tho rate of wages it would pay was final and they could accept It or leave the service With tho telegraphers almost to a man remaining loyal to their union chiefs and tho railway officials making every offort to maintain traffic tho tot egraphers strike on tho transconti nental systems of the Great Norther- and Northern Pacific railroads has ta ken on the aspect of a war to tho finish Although conditions approaching a tieup have not yet developed as a result of the strikers of the telegraphers on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads Increasingly serious delays are being caused In the mov ing of tramp The boycott against America has started at Yokohama tho Chinese re fusing to handle freight on the Pacific mall steamer Manchuria for Hong Kong Tho Chinese will hold a meet- Ing to organize the movement In the opinion of prominent growers the Connecticut peach crop this year will bo tho largest over harvested and of unusually fine quality Miss Corinno Blackburn daughter ot Senator Blackburn of Kentucky and W H Gale of Now York and Loos burg Va wore married In Washington In the presence of a small party of relatives and personal friends Sheriff Furbeo arrived at Fairmont W Va from Slstervllle where he and Deputy Watson arrested Mrs Helen Payton and Frank Wright charged with administering poison to the formers husband Jacob N Payton who died mysteriously at Mannlugton July 17- Mrs Rose Catherine Collier wife of William Collier of Pittsburg a line man swallowed a dose of rough on rats because her husband went out In the evening to attend a lodge of which ho Is a member John A Seaton aged 60 prominent Cleveland Insurance man dropped dead In a Euclid avenue car while en route to the union depot John Boyle former president of the Indiana Mineworkers organization has boon appointed a national organ her by President Mitchell and hes been order to West Virginia One man died of yellow fever at New Yorks detention hospital at quar antine making the third ease of yellow fever discovered on ships enter Ins New York harbor this summer and tho second death Gen Joseph H Lyon of Loavon worth Kan has been appointed tern porary major general of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias to fill the vacancy caused by the death of lea James R Carnahan Paul Morton preeldent of the Equit able Lifo Assurance society and Mrs Morton had n narrow escape from seri ous Injury when their automobile ran Into an Eighth avenuo car at 44th street Now York A Cotton Bolt passenger train struck a party of negro cotton choppers east of Hlllsboro Tex killing Ray Edwards and his wife and badly mangling lion ry Thompson and his wIfe The funeral services of the lato Mary J Carlisle wife of John O Car lisle secretary of the treasury under President Cleveland were held at West Islip L I The body was then removed to a vault in the rural cam tory at Babylon where It will rest un- tIl fall when It will be removed to Cov IngtonKy As a result of a battle between two of the big Chinese societies in tho Chi nese theater In New York three Chinamen wer killed two others prob abaly fatally wounded and many others Injured H J Dudley 55 an old river man was found dead in his room in Mem- phIs under circumstances which point Jo suicided Thd door was locked win dows pulled down and gas turned on W H Galland of Chicago arrived at Cairo 111 and joined tho force of health officers making the number of Inspectors now seven besides Dr Egan secretary of Uu state board of health A largo spectacular parade was hold In honor of the visit of Secretary of War Taft and party In Manila Ton thousand mon were in lino Including military marines sailors Industrials and 30 provincial delegations There were 50 floats and 80 bands Ire line Miss Roosevelt was presented with a gold plato amidst unbounded enthus iasm Two men wero killed two severely und six slightly Injured In an accident at mine No 1 of the Union Pacific Coal Co at Cumberland Wyo by a fall of coal Gov Magoons report for July on the yellow fever situation on tho Isthmus chows an Improvement as compared with the preceding month During July there wore 29 cases of fever Sincethe present outbreak of fever on the Isthmus which occurred during the latter part of April thero havo been 26 deaths American Ambassador Conger and family left Mexico City for tho United States the ambassador having wo months leave of absence Ho will go dIrectly to Washington and It is sun mired he will bo consulted on the ChI- nese question Hank Majprs a young negro charged with criminal assault was sentenced to hahg at Waco Tex The 30 miners at the Adventure mink Houghton Mich went on a because the management order d that the men should eat hers underground instead Of coming a tin surface as formerly THE STRICKEN CITY Marino Hospital Service Takes iControl at Now Orleans The Citizens of the City Pledge Then selves To Put Up 250000 To Defray the Cost of the Labor and Material reportnup p m total cases to date 633 deaths 8 total deaths to date 105 now subfoci 2 total subfoci to date 93 New Orleans Aug 7ThQ fever ye Sunday Is a great Improvement lover those during tho middle of the week and tho fact that there were on ly two now subfoci one up town and one down town U a source of special encouragement An effort Is beIng made to determine the number of cases of fever under treatment and al lowing ten days which Is n liberal os tlmato for a patient to cither recover or die It ls figured that there nro now 233 cases under treatment Tho marine hospital service has not yet assumed control of tho local situation but It Is expected to do so Monday The conditions precedent to their assumption that tho cltlzons of NoW Orleans pledge themselves to put up 1250000 to defray tho cost of labor and material has been met President Roosevelt and Surgeon General Wyman havo both been wired by the citizens committee of Now Or loans that all of the funds that the service may require outside of its own stated expenditures will bo supplied by tho poopio of tho city This action was taken at noon at a special moot ing of tho finance committee hold In the St Charles hotel It followed tho news received trans Surgeon White that Surgeon General Wyman had asked for a definite state mont of the financial Intentions of Uta people hero and had glvon a definite statement himself of what the inurliu hospital service could do with the funds at Its disposal RUSSIAN ENVOYS M Wltte and Baron Rosen Arrive at Newport on the Mayflower Newport R I Aqg 7Tke ton vorted yacht Mayflower with M Witlo and Baron Rosen on board arrived hero late Sunday afternoon and arrangements were made for M Wltte to continue the journey to Ports mouth N H by train Tho May flower was expected hero about 11 ft m but was delayed by the thick wentier The dispatch boat Delphln wbteh la conveying the Japaasss rep reeentatlvUs from Oyster Day to mouth did not slate late tho harbor bat anchored oft Bremens reef lightship Tho Mayflower and Dolphin were tonvoyud by the erulr Galveston The cruiser remained at anchor dur- Ing the Mayflowers stay in the har bor After supper Mr Witt and Commander Molt Winslow west to a telegraph station and the former filed a number of dispatches A crowd of citizens who recognized tho distinguished Russian assembled outside the office Mr Wltto was much amused when he saw the curious ones Mr Witte and Baron Hoson planned to leave on a special parlor car attached to the regular 946 train for Boston The dispatch boat Dolphin remain ed ort Brontons reef lightship nail tho Japanese representatives did not ome ashore Both vesssls encountered a thick fog on the run from Oynter bay Owing to thick weather the peace squadron will bo unable to reach Portsmouth Monday and tho delay will necessitate a postponement of tho opening proceedings for one day TRAIN HITS A STREET CAR A Child Killed Six Persons Were Fa tally and 15 Others Injured Cleveland 0 Aug 7Tho fast Pittsburg flyer No SCO on the Cleve land Jt Pittsburg railroad crashed In to an eastbound St Clair street car killing a child Instantly and fatally Injured six people while 1C others sust- aIned Injuries The accident happened without warning as the conductor had just crossed tho railroad tracks to seo that tho line was clear and bad thrown a safety deraller switch to permit tho car to pass Tho headlight of the train was not visible nor wax Its rum bling heard until it was but a short distance from the crossing The con ductor let go tho deraller switch In time to throw the rear truck of his car off the track but not In tlmo to pro vent the front end from being struck and tho car hurled around untU It stool parallel with Xho railroad track Tho car contained 40 passengers which wore bound for their homes and for amusement resorts along the car lino Only a few escaped uninjured and they wore persons occupying the rear of tho car To Join Peace Commission St Paul Minn Aug 7D Pokotl low tho Russian minister to China spent Sunday In St Paul on his way to join the peace commission of which ho Is an advisory member Mr Voice tilow reached St Paul in tho morning and left at night for tho east Gen Roy Stone Expires New York Aug 7Gon Roy Stone c veteran of the civil and Spanish wars and a distinguished civil engi neer Is dead In his 69thyearat his home in Mendham N J He leaves a uirfnw ami ono daughter rFROM ALL ovER THE STATE 1 KENTUCKY PRODUCTSI Complalntt Made edln Statehouse Olds Frankfort Ky Aug 4Coy Dock ham wroto to Architect Andrews Of Dayton 0 who will build tho Kentucky statehouse Inclosing a COD plaint from Secretary Hughes of the Louisville Commercial club that Ken tucky products are discriminated against In the specifications for tho new building Tho governor directed Mr Andrews to Investigate the complaint and If found to be truo to correct matters at once If It Is found that there has boon discrimination It Is possible that tho bids which are to bo opened next Monday will bo reject ed and now ones asked for or a few days further tlmo given for supplemental bids to Include tho Kentucky materials heretofore shut out It is asserted however that no discrimina tion has boon made except that somq kinds of materials may bo shut out because of tho high quality named In tho specifications POISONING ATTEMPTED A Whole Family Became III After Cat Ing Their Dinner Owlngsvlllc Ky Aug 3News has reached here from Ewing Fleming county that O W Reeves a farmer his wife and young daughter Emily wore mysteriously poisoned and woro In a serious condition for some time Mrs Reeves Is not yet out of danger Tho family beoamo nil Just after tak ing a hearty meal and It ls evident that an attempt was made by an one sty to exterminate the family but thero is no clew- CANTRILL WILL STAY His Son Denies That He Will Resign From the Appellate Bench Georgetown Ky Aug liIa an Interview with Senator J CampMl CAM trill he said The report that It lathe Intention of my father to realgu train the appellate benea U without foundation or authority Judge Cast trill le sow at Hot Springs anti Is meek Improved lie will probably remain there several weeks There U neoee Mrity a poeriWHty that till health tray tot enable hint to Bit at the next sef lion ot court but hie present state of health Moss not require him to oval ooQsWor resigning ROAD SUPERVISOR OUSTED The County Turnpike Fund Alleged To Be Overdrawn 15000 Mt Sterling Ky Aug5trhe Montgomery fiscal court In a Manny seaslon removed W W Buhank road supervisor and declared the omen vacant The meeting showed Ute county turnpike fund to be overdrawn HI 000 and no money The banks hold the vouobors and unless money in forthcoming suits will bo brought The mooting caused a sensation Bu bank will fight tho court and continue to act Sensational dlicloeurea are promised DEFENDED HIS MOTHER The Youngster Fired a Shot That Kill ed His Stepfather Oweniboro Ky Aug 11Forest Pate 17 years of ago shot and killed his stepfather John Browdor In this county The boy said his stepfather was advancing on blm with a brick when ho firpd In selfdefense Ho was arrested brought to this city and plac ed In Jail Tho boy says his stepfather had been abusing his mother and ha defended her Saw Husband Drown Bardwel Ky Aug GIn plain sight of tho struggles of her husband Mrs George W Turney was forced to stand while bo sank beneath the waves of Jones lake Mr Turney and Miss Lillian Jones were rowing when the boat sprang a leak Neither could swim Mrs Turner who Is n bride of Elx months pleaded with Ed Brady and Clint Atkins who were with her on land to savo the couple Miss Jones was rescued but Turney sank Was Killed Instantly Harlan Ky Aug 4Berry Hens Icy shot and killed Moso Middleton jr at n place known as Hensleys Schoolhouso Precinct near the Vir ginia line The ball took effect In tho right breast killing him Instantly Slot Machines Must Go f Henderson Ky Aug 3 Sheriff S A Young who a tow ago waa appointed sheriff to fill time va ancy occasioned by the resignation 61 lIen ry Dixon gavo out printed notice that ho would strictly onforco tho law as to slot machines Sues Railway For Damages rrRigsbyagainst tho Louisville Nas lvlto Railroad Co for 2000 damag ilInjuries alleged to have been si stan ed nt hands of employes of tha co n pany June 27- Found Dead In Campbollsvlllo Ky lames E Durham CO Bednhis bed by his wlfo Iin Snloma His death any previous Illness He is strvlw d by his wlfo and several ohlld m FIRE AT INDEPENDENCE The Shock Caused the Death of An Aged Woman CovIngton Ky Aug 3nre which threatened her life and home gave Miss Mllllo Edwards 80 such a shock In her feeble condition that sho died after having been carried safely out of the house In Independence Ky Sho was a pioneer resident of Independ ence tho seat of Kenton county and located 12 miles back of Covlngton Tho fire did damage estimated at 112 000 and threatened tho destruction of the entire town The lire originated In the residence of Mrs Rachel Jones ou the other side of the street from tho courthouse and when discovered It had a firm hold of the building It was started prosumably from a leak In a gasoline cook stove In tho kltohen KILLED PARTNER H A Rote Is Shot Three Times Dy H H Loving at Paducah Paduoah Ky Aug 4A sensation al shooting occurred In the office of tho Kentucky Mill and Lumber Co In tho Fraternity building hero when H H Loving fatally wounded H A Rose the latter bolng shot thrvo times onco In the forehead once In the back of the hood and once In tho side Both are wallknown men end up to a few days ago were president and vice pros Idont of the Kentucky Mill and bum her Co It was charged that Rose bad been selling tho companys lumber by tho oar load In Chicago and keeping the money and ho was forced to get out of the company Tho directors met and elected Loving president In prune of Rose VIVA VOCE VOTING The System Will Be Ballotted on By KentuckIans November FraaMort Ky Aug 4A coattlltt UoMl ameadawttt tHopeelJig to change from Ute teeoet knllot to the viva wo system of voting will M submitted to the voters ef Kentucky at tbe Novem bee Nation as provided by an act of toe last legislature Secretary of Stat MeChBy seat out th requir ed official announcement to the Ken laky dally newspapers and It Is hare ly la time for the law requires the ofllcK5 nanetinceraejit to be made 90 days before election day The ques tton MM not been dteHMe by tho newffftyera but It le known that a lards tsember of people favor a return le viva woe seat of voting NEGRO RUNS OVER GIRL I The Father Tries To Kill Offender Who ls Jailed London IC7JIIN Scarce a negro ran tiles horse over little two yearold Hassle daughter of Lander Bryant In front of hU residence The child Js painfully but not fatally In jured Much excitement follofre1 end the negro was hustled away to Jail just in time to oevape being mobbed on tho streets The enraged father roado desperate efforts to kill the no gnu Instructors For State Guard Frankfort Ky Aug 4Gov Beck ham received a telegram from Gen Alnsworth military secretary United States Army stating that ho has de tailed nine noncommissioned officers to act as instructors of noncommis stoned officers of tho Kentucky State guard during the encampment at Pa- ducah Indirect Cause of a Suicide Lexington Ky Aug GTho suicide of Mrs Mary HutU Miller of Louis ville Ky developed the fact that alto was the Indirect cause of tho death ot Charles Morohoad In Louisville a year ago ho having committed sulcldo aft or being arrested on complaint of the girl Her Scalp Torn Off Louisville Ky Aug 5 Caught la the shafting by her long hair Edna Solfrled an operator employed by tho Nelson lJcthel Clothing Co was dragged across her machine until her scalp was torn completely off and her bruls ed and lacerated body tell to tho floor Assistant Postmaster Arrested Richmond Ky Aug 4John flat lard assistant postmaster was arrested hero by Inspectors Spoor and lion non of Cincinnati on the charge of rifling registered letters When con frqjijed wIth the chargo Ballard broke rn confessed It Is said Veteran Killed By a Car Loutvnlo K Anfe 5Maj Thos Itwlon aJted 75 anlnmatoofthaConfederate Veterans home at Pewee Valley was struck and Instantly killed by a Pewee Valley eastbound paiibca get train while taking a customary walk along the track Neither Responsible or Exonerated Paducah Ky Aug 5rho core ners Inquest over tho remains of it i A Rose who was killed by H H Lot lug was concluded Loving was not ther hold responsible or exonerated T iero Is considerable surprise over the verdict FollowsScratch Paducah Ky Aug 5Mrs Eliza beth Crag 58 died at her homo near Epperson this county from blood pot Boning which developed from a small scratch from a fish bone while she was cloanlnBfljhtwowcok8 ago