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I ISEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TOPPER Manager Jt here Avculffllfkl fCMtlike 1 Money i I e1 + 11111 I I 11 IHrrHIH H VII Five cents n egpy BBKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 28 1905 dollar a year NO as TAKE NOTICE WINTER TERM BEREA COLLEGE OPENS WEDNESDAY tv JANUARY THIRD First Lyceum Entertainment on Tuesday night Jan 9 1906 Now Chupol dedicated Sunday January 71800urmun by Illsliop McDowell 1040 u in WatchNight Service jSTThoro will u friendly greeting for every new student Par greater preparations nro mode than over boo tore to ovary newcomer wet come comfortable and satisfied Bo hero the first tiny Wednesday The New Year 1906 Before our iioxt iwuo n now year will huvo begun Tho Citizen has tried to speak tho truth and preach the good tltllugft of Oods lovo orory- weak of 1005 Vo Imvo not boon anxious to snake money but to do good We have not boomedany business of our own but wu have boomed Iho cause of temperance tho cause of cduoaUou tho cause of roll glow and tie substaut1nl proelcrlt of tho people For tho year 1 wo dettiro to do tho enmo work and f to do it boltor reuahlng n much Iitrgur number of readers and to each ono morn infonnntJou and than over Wo confidently ask the support and help of tho treble of Eiwlsru Ktm tucky If you in tho things Tho Citizen auntie for glvo UH your subscription und lot ua work tOGuthdr for thu progrowi of good things Wo hope no reader lipass over tho lino into tho Now Year without a quiet hour by himself looking backward and forward and anklng Gods bolp that this turn in tho lOud- n1l1 bring hint doliveronco from tomptuttous and now energy in the pursuit of till good Just believe my brother that Ood Almighty is your friend and that 1m can anti ill du for you Pll you ueojl if you will only trust Dud ottty Bnoh New flyer briiiH the rolgn of Jesus Christ nearoe It lt1fku- smuaoU08mtru doajiJooWu nnd right doing tntro way wr wwntf wrong dins and soma good thing springs up in its placer Gods OHUBO is marching on and woo to the man or woman who does not holp it Tenn awn was a Prophet of thu Lord when ha wrote Ring out wtht bellM U UK wH4 slcr The eyteg cMw4 the trusty hdght Tate year it dying la the debt Ring out wlW beak sad let king out the oM rteg la himIKing hippy belle setoa Tile year U gtfttff let Mw IRing out the hta tang ID the true king out the gritf thai saps the mtnA Fm tbew that hue we we lie HMH i Ring Mt the fend if rich and peep Runs IB redrew fur Ill m uklo4 King Id the rahsal mill tad free The tarter heat the kMHcr tHIRd RINg out the datkncM vI the Und Ring In the Chad that U I be HEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS Sly Country Resolved to become a Soldier in tho Army of tho Common Good never to super graft in Rileuco nor cudnro the acquaintance of gniftont to enforce tho nquaro deal and in all j my rolatiouB with politics and gov ernment to remember that I am first of all an American Citlzun Sir Neighbors Resolved to loud my neighbor in needa helping lined to bo kind to judge tolerantly to bo patient with nfllictiou or misunderstanding to extend to otters tho dogreo of cour tuay anti consideration I require them to accord to mo aijittr- Kcaolved to play fair to speak true to hold snored my pledge my friendships and my obligations not to ask another to do might 1 dare not or would not do myself nbavu nil over to kcop well in mind that wealth is no corollary of worth nod Bucccsfl no evidence of oharaclur- Wltitpss my hand and seal Signed- Everybodys Magazine IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Front now on till tho Senatorial question is decided tho fight in going to bo hot Many Republicans seem to think that it is nothing to thorn who is elected This is n mistake There is a choice oven among Demo S crats and tho nupublicun members I of the Stnto Legislature should for got tho old foolishness about the minority always supporting a minor ity candidate and should join in the fight to olcct the best man Indeed the Republicans should hold the balance of power Ih the three aided 1 N T f 4- 1rosldents I OOlce X THE CITIZEN Dedication January Seventh GRANDEST COLLEGE CHAPEL IN THE INTERIOR PART OF OUR COUNTRY BUILT BY STUD ENTS COST ABOVE 40000 SERMON BY BISHOP MC DOWELL Most of the ulntratiua for miles around will suipend fwvkes tonttend tho dudioutlon oxoraliUB for the New Chapel which has been throe years in building and whose uomiiMudiug tower is now scan from n large part of three oountioa around Tho building ww dunigHud by the noted firm of Howells Stokes of Yew York mid in aooordnne with the wish of the douor hoe been built I so far as pomiblH by HtudHiibi Tim I sttiileiitM IfNM the 750001 bricks iweil in the iUlUMJIM edifice npd every briok was kid by student in the bmutiful and diAeult style willed Plwnish Bond Student spread the roof built the tower and helped in nil parts though awisted by other MMrWrioM Irt IffnMHtMglot Ami eens plation The gnMt niiditorium willtWItt nuarly 1000 poniMW ott the MMhi floor antI over 100 in the gallwriMi Tlw oak oeiling oontaiita ovr 33000 feet of lumber anal would have been meehineryby inmwiiftoly expensive had the College IUldJtorllun costs 800 people and there ore three Bible Claw smuts seating 100 each The tower is de signed for a chime of too bolts on which any church tune oan bo plnytMl The John Church MusioColmve nmdo It poMlblu to eectlru for the lOAding I of tho music what tlioy regard OB the UWt pluuo which ever anise into I Kantttoky The whole buikiing is I limited by stunts and lighted by electricity I contest and practically make their choice of the candidates Tho subject of irrigation Is ono that should attract mow attention than it has hitherto in the eastern und southern portions of our country It is said the Government hits allotted 527030000 for the reclamation of 1023000 acres of laud that without this reclamation would bo practically worthless Tho National Irrigntion Association is Rotfdlng out a good dual of matter on this subject es pecially in regard to the the Grande project Any wishing information on this subject should write to tho Association at Washington Eight indictments for bribery wore returned last week by tho Knot County Grand Jury against county olllcors oluclod at thtrlast election Sonic at least of tho neon indicted are men of high standing in the county Ono of the Grand jury men made a sensation by ilttolunng that ho could not vote to indict the men when in his opinion time same methods that they used are III use in nil elections from that of tho Presi dent down From tho annual report of Com inissionor General Sargent of the Bureau of Immigration wo learn that the last year has been time banner year so far as immigration is con huoIover tho preceding year of 213010 It is gratifying to learn tluit tho Commissioner thinks that high water marl has Jean reached and that n decrease in the number of immigrants may bo expected in time future Secretary Root will visit Brazil next summer it is said for the pur i pose of strengthening the entente The beet thing about it is that time College bus n noble army of young lieCIpe1HlbltesohaiP who will make tho son vices profllahl In time highest souse As is well known Huron College is1 an intensely religious sahool but not thofoUInetod mwtingH hut winter time College invited the great HniiU ev aurliat Hnut For tho TliMiika giving ervioe it invited this noted Presbyterian preacher Dr MeCwuioy flishopMuIowoll WeltboraOhio Weeleyan University 70 and Boston University in theology 82 i After two iHwloratt ho was made Chancellor of the University of Den rer 18UO0 lie wm then Secretary withliesdquerters wholivesHoly Spirit TIle dodtanttan of this Chapel is an event in the history of Kentucky and an occasion of largo interest to inito I IMtrticulnrly roqimsls the prayers of- u1 Gods people that its work nta be of inomosiiig value to all the Christian bottles of tho stutoI between tho United States und tho South Ataurican countries through n greater community of interest in the Munroe doctrine Thoro is also talk of iyi alliance of nil the republics of the Western hemisphere FROM THE WIDE WORLD Sluinghal force of 2AOteen were landed from the British cniteor Andromeda and 111nlutuinIutI turtltJ1iSli1l1K1 oaon Serious conditions now exist in Santo Mr Edwards i Acting Controller and Receiver of the Dominican Customs has sent u cablegram to the Secretary of War stiyiug that President Mora hos has had a disagreement with his cabinet thoughtlieon tho other sale of the island and that ho may establish n now Capital and oint allow cabinet Our dOtotlllluool1that Sir Henry CampbollBaunorman has announced tho policy of the now EugloudiIhlsrule for Ireland the subordination of j tho military to tho civil authority in India friendship for Russia and Germany renewed assurances of goodwill for Japan Franco and the United Status opposition to excess lye taxation for military purposes and advocacy of arbitration and eventual disarmameutby the powers h THE SOIL SURVEY I frlio Dptmrtnient of Agriculture Mapped 1575uiF20 Acres During Fiscal Yell I T REPORTy iiliDdo Islnnil Is thin First State of Which ttComptete survey line lltiij Mnile In1 Ohio the New Method ofnBulk Tobacco Fermentation Has Been Thoroughly Introduced With Excellent Results ZNeahingWn Doe J1Jfhe soil sur vtJ ot the department ot agrlcultttre lulu mapped IU5UO acres ot land daring the pat fiscal year according 19 the annual report of tile sons bu rata Surveys were uds In K states tipde Island Is the first state In the of which a complete survey has U made The naps show the different Jdnds ef soil which occur In easn case TTte report rays that the work during the peat eight years shows the three great agricultural problems now re- t First the western farmer Is chiefly concerned with the presence ot alkali slid IU removal or oontrol second the eastern farmer is chiefly concern oil with the study ef the adaption ot the proper crop to the proper Soil and third with tho maintenance or restric lion of soil fertility The tobacco Investigations of the imreau have been extended New Variety of Tobacco Cooperative oxperiwantt have b m carried on with the farmers tile report saye with the result that new varieties of niter tobacco are belns grown that mill for from IS to 40 cents per pound with an average price of JO Coots In this inoMer a new Indss try Is being developed In a region whore the staple cropcottonle bo Me seriously thrMfwed by the raY e of the boll weevil In the Don 111r valley wortfou the production a Sigh grade of wrapper tobacco grown under cloth tnU has been con Uuied III Onlo the new method of bulk fermeatatlon has been thor ouichly Introduced and has resulted In the aavlBK of thoasu l of dolan to Abe tobacco prodeccra of the state la VliffiBia U1 Improvement of the pi- nec tobaccos has been underuk Mtr swMhsih otradww ties and kandUag Under the math odH tntrod eed bf the bureau of soilsri profits hare been Increased per acre under the old system to near ly J0 per acre under the new sys tem IPOSTAL LAWS INFRACTIONS Post Office Department Investigating Complaints of a Serious Nature WMMaaton Dee 87 Complaint which Is regarded 88 Involving Infrac seriousjInvestigated by the post office dopart meat In relation to the delivery ot the j mall of certain prominent politicians at Frankfort Ky The complaint which does not contain any specific charge against any particular person alleges that the mati from WahlnglonII addressed to Frankfort has verted from Its proper channel and that other mall has borne tho evidence of having been tampered with The postal authorities hero are reticent about discussing the complaint but ad mit that It has been filed and that It was made tho subject of Immediate Investigations which has not boon completed THE ROYAL ARCANUM The Supreme Secretary Will Appeal From Judge Gaynors DecIsIonI Boston Dec 27W O Robson of I theIcision ot Judge Gaynor of New York which on Saturday virtuallY nullified tho new rates that wont Into effoot Oo tobor 1 Tho secretary says that Uiq counsel has no Intention of abiding by any decision against the new rates un tit it has been taken to the highest tribunal Shoe Manufacturers AlslgnINew Bedford Mass nouncomont was made of the assign HarringI facturers of this city and Boston The firm Is ono of tho best known In the shoe trade in Now England j IJUltlce Van Dyke Dead Doc 27 Justice Wal ofIIn Now York stato In 1823 lie was a resident of California since 1849 Horses With Spinal Meningitis Now York Dec 27 Afflicted with spinal meningitis more than a score of horses dropped in the streets of Wll llaraburg Tuesday and at least halt of them died before a veterinary could reach them r il 1ff ff I I ff I ff f4fff fA Family Newspaper LII Eight Pages II II J rVOL One + C 4 ++ t t t++ 4 t t t 0 11 5t e001Nry ik roataen twaUeetn1Ae t 1- aWWillIlJ1f neeCAPITALS juofus iI400O t ceiwr Nov16 Ii 1 1tIE YOU DESIRE a ft To make yourmark inthi8wqrldj er be comfortable in yoUr old ageV you must save part of your 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are very fortunate in being able to arrange s magazinestosational price No other such offer will be made by ithis paper or any other this year You have in this e 0 offer some of the best magazine literature of the day a and oDonta newal subscriptions the only condition being that these a shall be in cash and that renewals shall be for at least a o year in advance of the time subscribing for the ma gazines Come in at once and bring your money o All whose subscriptions are paid a year in advance can- o ihave the magazines for 225 0- oooooooooooooo r Aologoios011o4lotlotlogo o i v THE TREASURE SHIPp I wait through the days darkhearted VUl my ship ot desire comes home crt I ant on a course uncharted Through a long unfurrowed foam r jo the there of my boyhoods pleasure And the ultimate tiles of truth RPhere I burled a lordly treasure In the richness of my youth t Iale pearls and rubles rapture Amber and spice and gold rho cargo of every capture That I made on the teas of old1 And I sailed away unknowing I would come that way no more But my ship shall find It glowing In the sand of the secret shore I Whey will lift and load the plunder Till my ship shall glimmer bright With the wealth of my oldtime wonder And the dream of my old delight i Hind I wait by the slow years falling It Is long since she went to sea And I harken to hear her hailing Dut she comes not back to me Was she sacked by the sons of slaughter Sunk by the ships ef crime That sweep the pasts weird water Black buccaneers of time I have seen their nags Illfated I have felt their dark blockade And they knew she was treasure freighted And they knew what course she laid But still by the slow seas drifting Where the ghostly ventures roam K watch for her topsails lifting That Is bringing my treasure home Frank Lillie Pollock in Youths Companion Dri and I I By 1KVINS BACBCLLEI- Astbor ofEbert NoUeel Ounl of the Etc L e toonrlaht W1 b IANrop llbnhleg oqJ CHAPTER XXIV COKTISCKD WarIt IB forever war said Therese when I told her at dinner There Is to be a coachingparty tomorrow and we ahall miss you cap tain Can you not soon returnI said the Jiaroness I fear not was my answer It is lo be a long campaign Oh the war When will It ever fend said Louise sighing When we are all dead said LoulsonOf said the old count With a smile No of old age said Loulson QuicklyWhen the army goes into Canada It will go Into trouble said the Comte de Chaumont speaking In French We shall leave to get you out of captivity captain Louise would rescue him said her sister She has Influence there Would pay my ransom I Inquired turning to her With my life said she solemnly Greater love hath no man than this paid the good Pere Joulin smiling as the others laughed And none has greater obligation said Louise blushing with embarrassment Has he not brought us three out of captivity Well If I am taken I said noth ing can bring me bade unless It be A miracle the baroness prompted as I paused Yes even a resurrection was my answer I know what It means for a man to be captured there these days Louise sat beside me and I saw what others failed to notice her nap kin stop quickly on Its way to her lips her hand tighten as It held the white linen It made me regretful of my thoughtless answer but oddly happy for n moment Then they all besought me for some adventure of those old days In the army I told them the story of the wasps and when I had finished our baroness told of the trouble It led tothelr capture and ImprisonmentIt strange said she in conclusion That Englishman grew kinder every day we were there until we began to feel at home They were all mystified but I thought I could understand It We bad a long evening of music and I bade them all goodby before going to bed for they were to be off early Well the morning came clear and before I was out of bed I heard the coachhorn the merry laughter of ladles under my window the prancing hoofs and the crack of the whip as they all went away It surprised me greatly to find Louise at the breakfast table when I came belowstalrs I shall not try to say how much It pleased me She was gowned In pink a red rose at her bosom I remember as It it were yesterday the bright ness of her big eyes the glow in her cheeks the sweet dignity of her tall fine figure when she rose and gave me her hand- I did feel sorry mamselle that I could not ro but nownow I am happy was my remark Oh captain you are very gallant said she as we took seats I was not In the mood for merrymaking and then I am reading a book A bookI May Its covers be the sates of happiness I answered Eh blcn It Is a tale of Jove said sheOf a man for a woman Inquired Of a lady that loved two knights and knew nut which the better Is It possible andand reasonable J Inquired In a tale things should ta as well as God plans them Quite possible said she for In such a thing as love who knows what IwkM may bappeaf Except he haTe a wide experlence I answered And have Gods eyes said she Let me tell you They were both hand some bravo splendid of course but there was a difference the one had a more perfect beauty of form and fco the other a nobler soul And which will she favor Alas I have not read and do not know her enough to Judge was the answer but I shall hate her If she does not take him with the bettor soulAnd why I could hear my heart beatingLove is not love unless it be She paused thinking Dieul from soul to soul she added feelingly Sho WItS looking down a white tap ered finger stirring the red petals of the rose Then she spoke In a low sweet tone that trembled with holy feeling and cut me like a sword of the spirit going to Its very hilt In my soulLove looks to what is noble said she or It Is vainit Is wicked it rosesTrueWhat if It bo hopeless I whis pered All then it Is very bitter said she her voice diminishing It may kill tho body butbut love does not die When it comes There was a breath of silence that had in it a strange harmony not of this worldWhen it comes I whispered You see the coming of a great king said she looking down thoughtfully her chin upon her hand And all people bow their heads I saidYes she added with a sigh to give their bodies to bo burned if he ask it Tho king Is cruel sometimes DIeu said I lie has many cap tives She broke a sprig of fern twirling it in her fingers her big eyes looked up at me and saw I know to the bottom of my soul But long lire the king said she her lips trembling fter cheeks as red as the rose upon her besom Long live the king I murmured We dared go no farther Sweet phil osopher inspired of Heaven I could not bear the look of her and rose I UNROLLED TilE TISSUE AS SOON AS I WAS ALONE quickly with dim eyes and went out of the open door A revelation had come to me Mere do Dleul how I loved that woman so fashioned in thy image She followed me and laid her hand up on my arm tenderly while I shook with emotion Captain said she In that sweet voice captain what have I done It was tho first day of the Indian summer a memorable season that year when according to an old legend the Great Father sits idly on the mountaintops and blows the smoke of his long pipe into the valleys In a moment I was quite calm and stood look ing off to the hazy hollows of the far field I gave her my arm and without speaking we walked slowly down a garden path For a time neither broke the silence- I did not knowI did not know she whispered presently And Imusttell you I said brok only that Ithat I Hushshshl she whispered her hand over my lips Say no morel say no more If it Is true gogo quickly I beg of you There was such a note of pleading In her voice I hear It after all this long time in the hushed moments of my life night or day Gogo quickly I beg of you We were both near breaking down Vive lo roll I whispered taking her hand Vive le roll she whispered turn- Ing away CHAPTER XXV How empty and weak are my words that try to tell of that dayI I doubt if there is In them anywhere what may suggest even feebly the height and depth of that experience or one ray of the light of her face There are the words nearly as we said them there are the sighs tho glances tho tears but everywhere there is much mIssingthat fair young face and a thousand things Irresistible that drift In with every tide of high feeling Of my history there Is not much more to write albeit some say the best Is un told I had never such a heart of lead as went with mo to my work that afternoon What became of me I cared not a straw then for I knew my love was hopeless Drl met me aa 1 got off my horse at the harbor Ills keen eye saw my trouble quickly raw near to the bottom of it Den hit said he his great hand on my shoulder With trouble I answered Torn me up a little inside Thought so he remarked soberly Judas Priest yo Ink os of a shell oil lustn yet cockpit Aln ntitUin 11 splle a man quicker Sheer oft a leotl an git out o range An member Hay doot never give up the sap Thet airs wtiut Perry tol us I said nothing and walked away but have always remembered his counsel there was so much ot his big heart In It The army was to move immediate ly In that foolish campaign of Wilkln son that ended with disaster at Cbrys lors Farm They wore making the boats small craft with oars of which three hundred or more would be needed to carry us We were to go eastward on the river and Join Hnrupdon whose corps was to march overland to Plaits burg At Imo point on the north shore Word caKt while I was away that down among the Islands our enemy had been mounting cannon It looked as If our plan had leaked as if in deed there were good chance of our being blown out of water the first day of our Journey So before the army started I was to take Drl and eleven others with four boats and go down to reconnoitre We got away before sundown that day and as dark came were passing the southwest corner of Wolf Island I was leading the little fleet and GOt ashore Intending to creep along the edge and rejoin them at the foot of the island I had a cowbell muted with cork and was to clang it for II signal in case of need Well I was n bit more reckless that night than ever Ihad been Before I had gone twenty rods 1 warned them to flee and leave me I heard a move in the brush and was backing oft when a light flashed on me and I felt the touch of a bayonet Then quickly I saw there was no help for me and gave the signal for I was walled In Well I am not going to tell the story of my capture My saber could serve me well but heavens it was no magic wand such as one may read in the storybooks I knew then It would serve me best In the scabbard There were few words and nd fighting In tho ceremony I gave up and let them bind my arms In two hours they had ine In jail I knew not where In the morning they let me send a note to Lord Ronley who was now barely two days out of his own trouble A week passed I was to be tried for a spy and saw clearly the end of It all Suddenly a morning when my hopes wero gone I heard the voice of his lordship lu the little corridor A keeper came with him to the door of my cell and opened It The doctor said he Well well old fellow said Ron toy clapping me on the shoulder you aro ill I hear Really I do not wish to alarm you I said smiling butbut it does look serious He asked me to show my tongue and I did so- Cheer up said ho presently 1 have brought you this pill It le an excellent remedy lie had taken from his pocket a brown pill of the size of a largo pea and sat rolling it In his palm Had he brought me poison I suppose It Is better than Ho shot a glance at me as If to com mand silence then he put the pill In my palm I saw It was of brown tissue rolled tightly Dont take it now said he too soon after breakfast Wait half an hour A cup of water ho added turn Ing to the guard who left us a moment He leaned to my ear and whis ptredRemember said he 2 is a and 3 is b and so on Be careful until tho guard changes He handed me a small watch as he was leaving- It may be good company ho re marked I unrolled the tissue as soon as I was alone It was covered with these figures 212461323C 211615108021 461313 51C1C1D 2216131G41265 1310721 20142 1313 241015C1624 1015 416191910 51619 32412 211C2421313 816 10 108921 2116 191625 136721 JOO 1724620 2116 172210 136721 21 16 191023619 19108 21 2121616 2126 2116 21910412621 I made out tho reading shortly as follows Twelve tonight cell door unlocked Lift small window In corridor Back to wall go right to road Left two hundred paces to path Left to river Right twen ty to thicket- Having read the figures I rolled the tissue firmly and hid It In my ear It was a day of some excitement I re member for that very afternoon I was condemned to death A priest having heard ot my plight came that even ing and offered mo the good ministry of the church The words the face of that simple man filled mo with a deep tenderness for all who seek In the shadows of this world with the lantern of Gods mercy Never so long as I live shall an 111 word of them go un rebuked in my hearing Ho left me at 1030 and as he went away my Jan er banged tbo iron door without lock ing It Then I lay down there In the dark and began to tell off the time by my heartbeats allowing fortyflvo hundred to the hour and was not far wrong I thought much of his lord ship as I waited To him 1 had been of some service but surely not enough to explain this tender regard Involving as it must have done bribery and no small degree of peril to himself My counting over I tried the door which swung easily aa I put my hand upon it The little corridor was dark and I could hear no sound save the snoring of a drunken soldier com mitted that day of fighting as the turnkey had told me I fund the small window and slid the sash and let my boots fall to the ground then climbing through and dropping on them It was a dark night but I was not long la reaching the road and I J pacing my way N he path and then His lordship arm A boatman lay in tU thicket waiting for me This way the former whispered taking my arm and leading mo to oho mouth of a little brook whore a boat was tied tho bottom mumed with blankets I took tho stern scat his lordship tho bow and we pushed off The boatman a big husky follow had been rowing a long hour when we put into a cove under tho high shore of an island I could see a moving glow back In the bushes It swung slowly like a pendulum ot light with a mighty flit and tumble of shadows We tied our boat climbed the shore and made slowly for the light NearIng It his lordship whistled twice and got an swer The lantern was row still It lighted the side of a soldier In high boots aud suddenly I saw It was Dri I caught his hand raising it to my lips We could not speak either or us lie stepped aside lifting the lantern God there stood Louise She was all In black her head bent for ward Dear love I cried grasping her hands why why have you come hereShe turned br taco away and spoke slowly her voice trembling with emotion To give my body to be burned said she I turned lifting my arm to smlto tha man who had brought me there but lot some stronger hand had struck him some wonderworking power of a kind that removes mountains Lord Ronley was wiping his eyes- I cannot do this thing said he in a broken voice I cannot do this thing Tako her and go Drl had turned away to hide his feelingsTake them to your boat said hti lordship Walt a minute said Dri fixing hit lantern Judas Priest I aint got ne strenth Im all toro t shoestrings I took her arm and we Allowed Dr to the landing Lord Ronley coming with us Goodby said he leaning to punk us off I am a better man for know Ing you Dear girl yon have put an the evil out of me He held a moment to the boat tak ing my hand as I came by him Bell said he henceforward maj there be peace between you and me And between your country and mine I answered Ah thank God the war was BOOI over and ever since there has been peace between tho two great peoples I rejoice that even we old men have washed our hearts of bitterness and that tho young have now more sense of brotherhoodTo Continued A Popular Target During the famous Fenian raids lathe early seventies Col Albert Clarke now president of the Horn Market club of Boston went to the Fenian camp near the Canadian border The eamp of the Canadian troops was but a short distance away One day Clarke wearing a light eol ored stovepipe hat was strolling along through the fields a mile or so from camp Suddenly the report of a rifle rang out and his hat fell to the ground Clarke picked It up and jammed It more tightly over his head Another report sounded In the opposite direc tlon and Clarke then realized that his hat was tho cause of the firing He started to run and the bullets began to fly thicker and faster When aftrr a hard run ho reached a piece of woods that afforded shelter he looked at his new tile nnd to his dismay it was a total wreck There were all of 20 bullet holes In it but not one bad struck Its owner The sharpsh coolers of both the opposing forces had been amusing themselves at the expense of the editors stylish headGearN T Herald Tlshtrr Than suite Tllbt At one time in his career Senator Blackburn of Kentucky was rather a dandy in his way While so afflicted ho ordered a pair of trousers from his tailor and he expressly stipulated that they were to be skin tight The trou sers came home and the senator tried them on He went right to the tailor and opened fire on him What In tho name of everything unprintable do you mean by sending me trousers like that he shouted Why you said to make them skin tight said the tailor Skin tight yelled the senator Yea by this and that I said skin tight I wanted them merely skin tight I caa sit down In my skin and I cant la those Chicago Chronicle VVarmIlenrHxl Has Driver A warm heart beats beneath the great coat of the omnibus driver A lady seated just behind one spied a gentleman friend inside the omnibus which was ambling along just ahead Signs and tel pathetlc communica tions alike failed to attract the atten tion of tho unconscious passenger though of course everybody else oa both omnibuses was wreathed in In terested smiles Then the drivers heart was melted Loaning forward ho prodded the conductor of tho fore most bus with his whip Tell the gentleman to smile at the lady hi said London Chronicle In No Harry A negro hack driver in Washington was driving along the street when ha encountered a funeral A long line of coaches was behind the hearse which was moving along at a lively rate The negro was superstitious and did not want to cross between the car riages in the funeral procession Ha tried to drive around In front of the hearse but could not mako sufficient I speed After driving alongside the hearse for two blocks the negro called out to the driver Say boss hold UP- anI let mt go past My passenger LI In a Uurry and yours laat FIX UP THE ROADSIDES How Innuers III 1I1h n Cot Utilize the Otherwise Waste Laiti- in Crop Growing The law ut Minnesota tails for a public highway tour i nU wlilo unit It hue huuu tie n iimiil iirutllufi lo leave the lull our fiMn iiiiniiltlvutoU In most abate I hili space has been overgrown with xvtds only that wets out evetl- cut clown onto u ytiir In this way many of tlm most obnoxious wends have illl fitl the ntlJoliiliiK llokls und ten Hproul uvHr Iho ailjdlning coun try by silihliiR lo Ilia MURon wheels whenever the roaUHwero wet This has nut lien the only tiotibl thcre wro itioiHMiml of acres lying Idlo every your because overgrown liy weeds Hut lwl men writes to me Farm niiil Hnmo that a gradual clmuRS for Ibu bettor Is being Wfll ked nut by the rapidly growing temliify uiauus farm r to iiilllxo all wula hand along tho ruxUidr by + UUvulioH unit growing train or grass up lu Ibe ny road Hack auuallj m tUlly eu All the law I TWO MKTlIOIVl OK VUHKIMI A IttMLlUh + I allows mho cultivation of all the loud not In actual Han for Ifas mail It has by oxporium e Into found that roads era ImprowM by having all ha Uudoln cludlnx tlif Hftnllnw dltcliM un inu kiss plowed and cultivated The lie pubtlcl1JglIWa and all Is overgrown with coirtu weeds I while pn mho other side oven the illicit Is carefully plowed and eultlvvtcd with a good stand of wheat growing up to tho wheel track Of nurse the farmer could not collect any damages If the grain thus grown on Tin right of pub lic hlfhwsy should be dartroywl but thee Is all unwritten law wltLhall will respect that no OBSJ will wontauiT destroy any of the grain so grows Wtitr this practice hi continued tar a number of ysr the roadbed will lie gradually railed wall It hdeamM high and dry an 1 little or RO fraiitac Is rt qulrHt GRAVEL ORHARD ROADS Tee Bxpanstv In S me LMftllUes llel Mtisssary If King Drag Is Used HotH4HhiftT like a year age titers was QMlie as NKII HMM Hi our comity on the road question The fantMra of Knox manly Illinois writes the ear rMposxittil uf the OirHwrs Review WHIM good roads hut gravel or hard made urn out of the qMstloa We have no gravel or rock and to ship stone would break up sit the small farm ni In Iho rouMtry Our troll Is such that If the roods are gratltO prop any we will have sxxMl road nine or Un months In the year There ate places In the United Mateo where such roads can be built liven oiled roads may be built In sow place Rut in this purl of Illinois lee frost goes so sloop that me nxiosu would take the Iriic end of little Jarma to pave the roads It contains Tko use ot the King drag bus shown how the Uifllculiles mentioned may bo ovorcoico and a Dood road ublalnadIfdj A HOT DINNER Arrangement for Retaining the Heat of Food and Drink on the Coldent Days To keep your dinner hot In cold weather while wocklnl away from V y home haven box just latro enough to hold the dinner box and coffee can Make a tight cov nr put some hay In the bottom of Lox then a large hot soapstone Set your dinner box and cop o can 011 that pack hay In thn corners and lay two or three thick nrsees of cloth on lop Thin declares Farm and Home will keep your dinner warm In the coldest weather A WORD TO TIE WISE Give the hen meat A scent tainted spoils the face of a dollar Ot course the hotbed soil has been made ready New land or sod land should be plowed nt the first opportunity The former who USOR tho poorest part of his place for pasture Is likely to lose by it You can raise the front of n calf without milk but not the picture of a good animal A Dig Eater She was a new cow end bless your heart how she could oat and every thing seemed to taste so good to her Could you ask for a bettor sign pro vlded sho didnt put her food Into Cat Evor sue a root good cow that wasnt a good fowler Wo want more of tho big caters Rural Now Yorker Do not set out an orchard of any kind on virgin soil It should bo tilled for some years before being given over to the use of fruit tress MI MAKING CUTTINGS Every Former Should Seltct and Prs pare HI Own Nursery StMk How It Is Done Few people recline how simple a matter it Is to propagate ass own erupt vinos currants guoMbnrlei and moil ornninenlnl shrubs It the work la properly done those planta may bo roaillly propagated by moansrof cuttings mado halo lu the autumn ry after tho loaves are oft of mho plants but preferably before cold woollier cornea on Only well ripened mature wood Ibut has grown during lire pre Ceiling summer should be seleotod for the purpose all sort or Immature parts Mug discarded Tile cuttings themselves should bo made six to ten inches long and the base of each should IM cut squnraly Just below a bud so the bud Is retained ct the low er end They should be tied up In bumllca of convenient sUe say 100 In a biiudln their butts or basil ends all one way wall shaken down so as to stand level on a lint table They may than be packed In fresh moist saw dust and be kept through the winter lu a cellar or callus pit Upon the approach ot spring as early ss the soil can be worked and before the buds havn begun to grow on thorn says Prof J C Whltlen of Missouri agricultural college they should bo planted out In good garden soil The rows should bo about tour feet spurt to admit of easy cultiva tlion niul the cuttings should be set very firmly In mho soil to as to leave 1 no sir spaces about them and set II drop enough so only the uppermost V bun It above flue ground Thoy should tt- tbtln bo given clean cultivation and hood to keep down all weeds during tho summer when usually an excel lent growth of plants will be secured Currants gooseberries the Marian na and Golden Beauty plums some varieties of quinces the barberry iplern rnockoranco privet most va rlotles of shrubs willows poplars and some other varieties of forenl trees root readily from cuttings bandied In tus manner APPLE WAGON PLATFORM Convenient Arrangement for the Wagon Which Will Fscllltatt i Handling j The style of wugtfh platform that Is most generally used In western New York tar hauling apples Is made of throe planks formtnr a platform just wide enough for two bsrrots standing on MMI side by side sad long enough lot a load of 11 o t rrela SM lUlU tralton Stakes are provided on the side for a wall about half way up on the barrels or bettor an Iron sheet oMailt by two Inches bent In the term S sm cut A board one by four aches reels on the bind and II- provided with a clip 3 that will slide ItlOUINO POn APPLB WAGONeover tho stake Iron to the rail taD beIeasily lifted off and the barn un loaded from the side of the wagon I which u often very convenient The plank should be stiff and boiled together with three bed pieces two by four inch This Is a very convenient I platform as It can be used for drawing crates and for many other purposes Another very good rack fir a hilly or rough country and one that la In quite common use In many sections Is made I by taking three polo or timbers and running them lengthwise of the wagon equal distances apart and secured to t- gather by cross pltros The middle polo should be raised four to six Inches above the other two The barrels are laid on the side end to end lengthwise of the wagon two abreast on the bot tom and another row on the top of these two lapping onchsit on barrel This Is a very simple ellchJton and the spring of the poles I it very nice for carrying the Ji Wagon springs should always be used with either of tho above forms r Removing Chaff from Eye To or similar s- ubal a small quantity of honoy and have tho animals head held fast Open tho eye with the thumb and finger of one hand dip tho forefinger of mho other lii the honoy taking up as much as will stick on the end of your finger Hold the finger near the oyo and glvo a sudden strike so It hits ohnff which will stick to tho and be drawn out tty Riving a strike you hit the chaff before the thojmal can shut or roll the eye as It do If you attempt to touch It slowly Ellago Sllago may bo mado from a great variety of crops as corn sorghum cow puns soy boans tcoslnte kamr corn and clover but tho first two are by far the most valuable Do Moro Than Spray Chemical sprays In the orchard will do much but they cannot do every thing For Instance blackknot on plum trees cannot be removed by spraying This disease necessitates an 1operation with a knife Cut out the knots nnd burn thorn It docs not pay a farmer to raise varieties of apples that have not been demonstrated by long usage to bo good Do you still believe In fumlgaUpl I nursery stock before planting T I U r11U Club A t AL TTEM ron yaUaeTlnli to 0 n mm R ICY MlW I- e4 HHHJHtlHlHHHNunnul 2 As It Is likely tint the quoitkm o f R 0 otttublisliiiig otia or more Norma Suliooln for the State will outnu uj the coining melon of lht Lugitmtturo it IIIIH Heinnxl that It might bo of IntorwU to hrielly cllBOin tliu iuwtloii of tho IwlniuilUy of soul Hcliools In tliu columns of tho Cltlrcn Tlioro JM no doubt that t- good Normal School con dllututl1M of inofltiuiubiw benefit to n lffUlrMjttllutr NormollSoschoiil that should IMHMUIO tho pre of tho hum with u Ktlitlunl pull III not nettled horn Itnthor let thing ofliitlimo an buy art Anothor luuetiou nrwtw from the OrAL It IH IIH to what kind oft Normal School tho frlmids of tbl moviHiiiMit wish to See uaUblMliwl i In most of tho woatern stntw tliwr I i ro ono or moro Nlwnml School II Tho writer has ono such In inluil It IH nn overgrown Mohan with sama U thing Hko two thoumnd filmland It In the rival of every high school amp ncndoiny In tho Stuto and hollcit pupiln thoy on nnot bo called atu iloiit from oven thoOOII1l lHISehoolll With the great uuinbor of lit forme students it ooiidiieto n formldabli Iobllyat ovury tuirnkm of the loges inure mot op ily doflua not onl ooniMjtltlon but oppuHltkrii It 1M Hiipixwed to furnish t nchere fur the common schools of ttuu atutu It dour not do It Tim avorngo tOllohlllC life of a toaohor ill that fitnte IM a lint over threo yours Tho Nonrwl Solioo trains HH pupil to oral un osfluiiim tion for n cortlflonte It dame not win unto Uiom at an to tint state of not loss thAn three hundred thou i MUlti dollars a year In order then thoeo pupilH may te oh eomethiu a like thrust yours Dow the wperior Hy of tho work done by the ttweliwi thus trnlnwl wnrrant this expwnli luro He woulil he a brave alai q ramoffhat oredukMW HMD who sltotih r assort that they do Hut wlmt kind of Nomwl Selnx t Is needed in Kentucky Surely nut g stioh an atilt ns has bun diwcribwl There Is need hers and eteewlmre of art I Normal Schools that tvlil train toIl on and not bucotne rivals oftrvry t flohool in the State alma the grads of the primary Bohool A Normal School BlMKild not be It place to an tnliiontion It houkl be a place to cars a trade as mtiah as IH n Holiool for aarMHt wor bookkIMJpol8 or doctors Do uoh newoa onl thomtHilved eJuoHtloiml OfIt blteh taunts Y Tboy lava no rlRM to du sot oven If they do Tkblk or n sobool of Medldne tonching Grniniimr or Arithmetio So u Normol School should not bo and should not claim to bo an oduattioiml Institution but ahould IHJ simply what it purirarls to d bo an institution for training tenon ore in iMxlugogy after they ban secured their pro er oduontion 801110 r whore else It should be nn inatitu 4 Uon entrance to which should de Apclltl on tho lfItICs lon of HuUiaion wluculioii to nnnblo those who canto t to It to purstio thick technioal studius to a good ndvantago Otherwise n Normal School la only nn OIOIIHO for tho estnbliflhment of a seoondar Bchool in 801110 favored locality at tho tate oxiwime Now if Kentucky is roady to us 4t tnblish and support ono or more such Normal Schools and keup It or then clear of to1itlcnl and oeotarlan in llucncoH the Limo has name to Iwgli to build upn system ot Normal m SuhboH slowly and wisely mud If 4not not L E T rFor Ladles Furnishing Goods call at the Now Cutm Store they lava n full lino of uptodate Goods i Have You a Friend Then tell him about Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how it cured your hard cough Tell him why you always keep jl it in the house Tell him to ask his doctor about it Doc tors use a great deal of It for throat and lung troubles I hart a UrrlU told and comb and was thtalened with porumta I Irhd Ayers- cherryrcmramandlt gay ognlekan rrhet barbvisaItkaAEWIITIAxalouY- ell Utk n I ILlIi iladJ4w1a1Io lfers SAR3APARJLLA TILLS IIAIR VIGOR Ono of Ayera Pills at bodtlmo will F hasten receverv Cntly laxatlvt Homo Sweet Home I n 1 1 Mid plflMnres and pal no M tho wa may roam lieit 2 I game on the moon at I trace thS drear wad And 3 An ex lit f mhemo8ptefiiordai4fe9 la vats Oil 4 if I re turn home o WwnlMld with San The G Farewell peaaeful oottage farewell bappy home For V ev or te humble tberefc na place like heM A harm fresh tfcu feel that tej pu ant now thinks of her child She looks on tic gtre me 07 lowly thatched aottAga again The birds ifngteg tieartlIearMt solace Im sure to meet there The Wise I ox ev or Im doomed a poor ex lie to roam That poor kchlng aJ r skies teems to bat low ut there Whbh INk ttre tie moon from our own cot togs deer Thro weodMMi whoM gal jt that some at my OlIn Glv rar tbws tweet pe rfnce wbw er or I some Make no eher hgart most be laM te the tomb tire It sense to V world tt ntftr met with attenb re fragranee shag sever me ne mire pMM of mJm dear tr than oW Home bore Iw tlwetp- lAte seem like that of tweet bode greet the en dear menu of homer aJrhome Da It er er M hem Me tberet M plow We home o 0 ROOSEVELT AS A BOXES Mike Donovan Tells of His Bouts With the President UHQBD TO HIT IIARD AND OITB ItrMii tIt lliiirr edya Clilrf Hxrcuttv KniMVk Iliitv tu fltvr and Tuk Illutrk llr llml it lush Irtut no r Ituyfa mn llllir nil nit Inillau aptt Can lilt Like LIshnlna illku DoiMmn Itrn ef boxers got lmt iw recmtty frotH WaitrtHgten whorl he boxed with the proakltHt for RII hogs every narnoon for tour Uayi says IbIrN York Worhl It wee bu It ot u Mrtefe of bouts which are to contlnut fur source dare Donovan talk ettof UU exp rlMHx a follow I It wu the Oct limas I bad boxes with Mr ItooMvvIt alnce he WM gay- waor If nytmb trite ym tWa ai j najf mark daot hailer It lIe know hoW to UM We heed too I sever aft i a man pick up fatter than he in tho four dlI- We Mtxed ovary aflprnoon from 510 until nearly half fist 0 In his Htu ly wrmtling mat wan placed en time lloo for n but I found It too thick and w used the mrular carpel Tho preatdon wore a pal of rMlai tfiwwra a Ugh tmdwalilrt ml a pair ef tent aboea trout wind hitting ma he sal right at tho start oil I want yon 10 kit mae an often ns you coo anti dont inlnrt how Ward olthor We started ol j In good fashion and every tlrao we hit each othor he laughed good nalurcdlj It was not any tanpluc I will tell you ITiejr were good Itonoat blows of the sort that you wouldnt ran Into know iHglj Ve hall sovon ounce Riotw Th pradilout took lit part of It nlwny with a laugh q never saw n ploRxniitcr man or omit wlKv gets more cnjoyiiient out of a thing lie had ns munch fun nil a boy nud lit Intuthfxl and Joked nil the tune Ho8 n lighter nnd knows how to Rho nnd take blows lie dooant try 10 i knock n man out but he does like to know that ho pas hit him btu kept me busy and I was not running Into any of his blow cither Dout get the lilon that 1 wits there tll teach him sot by any moans Ho is r veteran boxer and eau hold his ow till the bent of them In tho clubs I know fow stun who box regularly it tho athletic clubs who con worst him One day ho bnd to rush away to at tend the diplomatic reception whoa ho shook hands with over a thousand persons Ho told use ho would math prefer to take his book and alt dawn and rend Mvory dny while wo boxed some out come in and watched Ills boy Thou tore was always there with ids two coiMlns footbiill players nnd several tlmos thou cnuio in to talk with him or bu lno86 while ho was boxing V mm from Texas came In to arrange about I his making u hunting trip to Texas dl rcctly nftcr Inauguration Ho snld tc me Oh how I wish it wore how now He 1s longing for tho recreation anti tin exorcise in tho open It will give him 11111110Ins down the weight u man must diet nul It Is Impossible for tho president to diet himself anti attend ns many dinners ns ho has to attend He misses trcmcn dously his active exorcise Rut Ito Is nn litho as an Indian y t supple U every joint and he can hit like light nlng I have arranged to go down several moro Junes to box with him nnd to give lossoim to Theodore junior I gave lessons to young Theodore every tiny Ho la now a tine strapping young boj sevouteou years old nnd weights 119 pounds I thought when I first gave hum lessons nt Albany that he would never be a strong mean but he la dove oiling nnd will bo ns tnll ns his father Ho Is n tighter too and n good hitter I gave lessons to him and bin two cons Ins Tkir Iloniu of a NaUou- Our world lives through the IndustryI of the intuit men and women In It in the moral sphere and If were Is lIu love bting generated by uiuolllil hearts and no faith by pure minds and I no moral Inspiration by bravo souls 0 nation Is doomettltov Ur Jobs DougtaM Adams Reformed Brooklyn Cruise Itefortns may lOwe and reforms may theJtee ta an Intnuglblo sporadic force 1I0t I always to be ivllod upon while evil III I u conatnnc power hating vented Inter vats and exerting a mighty lnflumic plodsIi Uulveraallat Chicago MeclliiK Once Soul It la a dreadful timing when a mat stalks face to face with ulmsolf lull realists that he U u sham that ho It dbbou t wltbout clmracter It IK n herHWe thug for a man thus te road i bla own soul meet isle soul tutu to MFO ami rualteo that he Is u roguo J j man can get away from lila wife hlt tan Itt hot children nnd friends hh lame be can leave his own country t but BU where ho will In time farthest i earn of Goals sank Ifwill staiu See te taco with himself robbed of his iHWMty his Integrity his dwracter Ilev It 1 Johnston llapttot Now fork A View of lie Golden Rule Time Uotdon Itule is not time hlghom oJtpresslou of ChrlsUaulty The Teach ur never Intended men to limit thoii I life and Influence by the narrow horl zon of duty mucked by the Gold n hubs but this rule Is the only platform on which we can build a perfect so duty It U the only ground ef ad justment for the disturbed Industrial and social conditions Get the charac ter of men right and tho Golden hub Is possible not otherwise Let Christ feelings for otbora possess men and the rule becuuics practicable Uev William Chalmers Covert Iresbyto rUn Ch led go Cuiilunitiintlun by Sin A person who has allowed himself to dlgrorfs from the path of righteous lions so far that those who were once his friutids cud acquaintances uiusl needs look askance at him Is often brought tutu to face with what he might have mado of himself hall ho not Binned so deeply Those people must feel a deep regret that boy had not tnkun heed In tlrno anti prevented thuinsolvos from going so far The fnct that sin not only contaminates the flesh but Iso rubs the sinner of the blessings of heaven should deter each one of us before we have taken u step In tho wrong direction If men would display as much Judgment lu prepaf Ing for their salvation as they do la business there would bo mommy more Christians Nov J Howard Gibbons Point Pleasant County W Va Plug gar n MlnUtrr It Is not laziness or bad habits that keep men down as munch as It Is bud advice and bad example Many young men have been switched Into tho ditch of mire by some preacher exhorting them to follow Impractical Idcnls Also a host of met have been kept down by so culled lenders who promise by organization to make one man without any effort on his part worth as much as another man Then there are the political demagogues between whoso platform before and whose per formances after election there Is about ns much relation ns between n loaf of bread and n rock And finally there Is lint prince of liars who Is always dis couraging his fellow mon with some pipe dream of a way to the top of tbo old ladder which Is like taking an elf vntor Instead of climbing the steps Whnt we nil need Is to get n worth branded upon our minds It is n home ly word of tho street but in It are the possibilities of millions of happy homes and big fortunes and clean lives It Is this Get a Job In a decent business then plugRev Frederick R Hopkins Congrcgatlouallst Chi cago t Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so- trequently afflict you mean that you are bilious Biliousness Is caused by a badly disordered or Inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens it and conditionI In thousands of instances and it will work wonders in cleansing and setting your whole system aright Its good effects are permanent- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if It docs not benefit you Your postal card reonent will brine by return malt our new booklet DK CALDWBLL3 nOOK OF WONDERS cod tree sample to Woe who hove never tried Ibis woudeifol ntnedy Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO Hontlcollo Illinois For Salo by S EWELCH Jr RBREA KY I TNEW YEAR RESOLUTION I Mr Tardy resolves to pay thinks Dm liver he borrowed last summerl Beneficent Limitation I wonder bow the custom of hang inS up stochlnRS originated 9 uMipcit raid Mr Series Ttnrkor that In day Rare by time head oC falntlten started the custom In p elf defense Jt w uiW tm impo il ti got n will of clolhee or n grand plant Into n atochliif you knowallb-i Ington Star I The Morgontliuler w Linotype Co line boon HO pressed with orders thn it tuna not been able to ship tht mnchino donutwl to the Colleg Printing Dopartment ns was expect ml hat it will ho on the way rer 110011 SEEDI TIMEftfc experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others i some crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted fiie best time to remedy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evi dence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordinary foods absolutely fail I V WO stnJ yov a sak ftt B ntre then this pet ni in the form ot a label w oil the everybnule you buy SCOTT BOWNECHUMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK sOC end t all drug mte THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE THE REPORT OF ANDREW C HAMILTON RECEIVED vorkjLltNew York Dec 27The InvoBtlga inn committee of the New York Lit iiuirtee bad a meeting Tuesday The report vent from Paris by Andrew C Hamilton wan considered and referr9dIt t the routuel At the close iiicvtlDg Mr Fowler Mid noUUn could be given out Mr McOall elated that the report was favorablo to himself I Hamilton admits that ho mayowe the New York Life monoy and that his account with the company IM because of his failure to render a IItlltIrant heretofore of all the had received He offers to BKcnnw Xooo cash from his own prl rate fund pending a final adJusUneni of bin accounts Any sum which It may be decided he owes the oomimnj to to be paid to the New Yofk bite out of the 100000 fund I Hamilton does not give tho names or reveal the Identity of the persons Ito whom he made payments I Hamilton aaaerts that In connection with the Interest of the New York Life it wan necessary for him to make payments to persons who wero not lawyers and that under no dream stances would he reveal tho namos of tho o persons The report consists chiefly of a pre M ntHiInn of tho reasons for the Im mouse payments which Hamilton tub loges he mndo out of the funds given him by President tlcCall ASSAULTED AND ROBBED Diamond Merchant Found Unconscl ous In a Philadelphia Street Philadelphia Den 27Wm Veoren a diamond merohant of 012 South ave mm Plainfield N J was found uncon sdouB at 17th and Walnut streets In the heart of the fashionable section 1of the city lie was Immadlatoly ta- I ken to the Polytechnic hospital whore the doctors announced that he had II concussion of the brain An abrasion was found on his bead After tho doctors had worked on him for an hour he revived sufficiently to tell them who he was He said that he went Into a saloon purchased a i drink and left the place A few nun sites later he odd he became bowil dered and after which he remembered nothing more An examination of hIs clothes showed that allhIs valuables I are miMing Including 000 worth of diamonds which he lad in a small case I In an iMldo ponfcet of his coat Tin UeelHlUoVe thatjuo was given- ImookotC1ro 9 anuthat hewas fol lowed by a footpad and sandbagged Veeren ta still In a serious condition TO INDICT INSURANCE MEN It Is Expected Jerome Will Make Fully 50 Go Before Grand Jury Now York Dee 27The completIon of the tettlthony by the Inauranee investigating committee wns resumed Tuesday Already the district auorI ney Is going over the twtlmony and I outlying the evidence that will be pro dented to tho grand Jury but Dlatrlc Attorney Jerome will not discuss his bindings I As In othor criminal cases the ut most secrecy will be observed until the Indictments aro found anti tho report made It Is said that fully 66 cases may come before the grand jury I The best legal talent In Now York has been engaged by tho various dls trlct officials of tho insurance com pany In the event of an indictment arid conviction the oases will be fought to the last CROSSING ACCIDENT Three Men Were Instantly Killed In Spartanburg S C Spartanburg S C Dec 27TIltoe- i men wero Instantly killed by a paason ger train near Brawley street crossing of the Southern railway In tho cltj limits Tho dead men aro M D lUll Richard Rogers two cotton mill opera- tivesI and J E Stono mall carrier at IDnore The men wero standing on the track watching a passing freight when the passenger train dashed around a curve and upon thorn before they could Jump to safety FOUGHT OVER CARDS One Person Instantly Killed and Two Others Mortally Wounded Owlngsrllle Ky Dec 27A message from Sorgont botcher county states that as a result of a card game In Wise county Virginia Just over the Kentucky state line George Mead wan shot four times and Instantly killed while Mary Ralnoy a servant am1 William Ferguson were mortally wounded Ralph Snyder and John Italic played cards with Mead and all joined in a fight with the above result New York Countys Official Vote Now York Dec 27Tho offlcla count of votes cast In New York coun ty for mayor at the last election was Issued by the county board ot canvassers and shows that McClellan received 1402G4 Hearst 123292 and Ivlnu 64289 John wile In Jamaica Kingston Jamaica Dec 27John Alexander Dowse of ZIon City 111 ar rived at Port Antonio on the steamer Admiral Dowey lie was confined to isle cabin during the voyage but his health la somewhat improved m aver c Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Ofltoe S Re BAKER Dentist OPIt1IBEREA KY Offico hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extrartwl without palnSoranowine DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR RENT Hooms for rent wull located anil ventilated Enquire of C C HbcdeS MonumentsURNS I STATUARY or Granite and Marble Monumental workof all kinds doue in n workman like manner at reasonable ilpatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots and some improved property in tierea for sole I also have 20 acres with a 3room box house within a quarter of a mileIof Borua corporation for guOO Also farm and timber lands in wt1 Madison Hockcastle and Estill coun tiesAny one desiring such property should call on mine J P BICKNELL Beren Ky T C PUBLIC SALE Hint Unix 1111111 rip unit Stock Ou Thursday January 2o 1000 nt ny residence near Manse Garhtrd oiiuty Ky I will soil to Jhe high ust bidder luv farm of ninetythree acres of goodrich fertile laud in a high state of cultivation It in well improved has good forcing a good cottage of six rooms hall and thruo porches Also good cellar lasting good outbuildings two good wnds and springs two goodstock minus ono good tenant house of four moms amid one porch Fruit of all kinds and gOOt grape arbor The furor livys well within ono quarter milo of postolheo church schooletc The terms of sale will be one third cash ofe third in one year and oat third in two years AI R lUilSEY- AT P rBDWirr Auctiqneer A Parents Best Gift to a Son Is a Business Course Shortliaud Typewriting or Telegraphy at Wilbur U Smiths Business College Lextiig I ton Ky This famous College has j educated thousands of BuccwisfuJ young men located all over America among whom are Merchants Bankers Officials and others in this vicinity A course at this College prepares ono at the least expense to manage or protect his own business or to got a fll1AiI inn For particulars write to- W IllnIt n SMITH LexingtouKy r FEELINGLIVERISH I This Morning1- TAKE A Gentle Locative And Appetizer t The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper =rubllihtJ every Thursday at Berco Kj BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos TAYAMR IN ADVAXCC One Year Itoo Blx month bO Three months 2S- Pend money by rosbotnce Money Order Sx aCulenLetterThe date after your name ihowa to what date rour subscription l paid JIlt It not changed withIn three weeps alter sending ui money notifr ui- Bntwcrlben wishing Tni CrniKt stopped punt notify us at the expiration of their sub atrlptlon paying all arrears otherwise we thai older that they with It continued at once of any chance In your adJrctigivingboth old and new addrcuca- Nililnt numbers due to coming olf sup1iedItweareaoUEeedrwlaewn Agents wanted In every locality Write tot term Anrone tending ui tour yearly tub tarlpUoni will receive TIII CITIIIN Jreo one JMr The Auto Problem So many people derive pleasure from the use of the automobile so many use It for practical business purposes and sa much capital has come to be In Tested In Its manufacture and that or the various appliances which go with and form an essential part of It that Jt is difficult at this time when the auto fever is at its height to Inquln Into Its raison detre on the public streets and highways without exciting resentment in extended circles Some persons are unable to pee why they may not exercise the freedom of locomotion along the public thoroughfares In any kind of conveyance which suits their inclination without stopping to consider that this Is only true provid ed their mode of locomotion does not interfere with the safe UM of tho thoroughfares by other persons having an equal right to their freedom wheth er they be on foot or riding In ordi nary vehicles drawn by horses Lib erty in a state of society says Lam bert Tree In the Chicago Dally News does not mean the right to pursue ones sweet will without regard to whether it conflicts with the safety or general welfare of the remaining mem berg of it having equal rights If It did the laws preventing the storing of gunpowder in certain places firing of guns the running at large of swine the driving of horned cattle racing horses or passage of railway trains through the public streets and a hun dred other wise laws and ordinances in restraint of the citizens entire lib erty of action would have to be con signed to the waste basket There are also persons who are such devotees at the shrine of progress that they trem ble at the thought of questioning the fullest freedom to the use of Inven tions having for their purpose moro speedy locomotion by those who have the means to command them Serl ous differences of opinion exist how ever as to what constitutes progress Sand it is not always safe to jump at a conclusion that every new invention even in the way of rapid locomotion is the genuine article and denotes a rise in the worlds methods of doing things It cannot be possible however that either of these classes is en tirely blind to the fact that a convey clues as dangerous in its destructive power as the ordinary railroad locomo tine has been Introduced upon crowd ed city streets and frequently traveled country roads in the hands for the most part of Incompetent or ignorant persons or is able to disguise from Itself that their introduction has been followed by accidents so frequent and so distressingly fatal as to make it apparent that the perils of street life have been increased more than 50 per cent since their appearance Indeed it Is perhaps not too much to say that some of the more conservative of the owners of machines and devotees of rapid transit are beginning in a halfhearted way to admit that the authori ties do possess the right to make laws and ordinances subjecting them to some sort of regulation American colonists on the Isle of Pines who wished to separate the Island from Cuba and to establish a territorial government there have been warned by Secretary Root that the island belongs to Cuba and that the United States will not sanction any attempt to alienate it A treaty now pending In the senate formally relin quishes all claim on the part of this country to the island President Roosevelt has taken an active Interest in securing a reform in football practices and many college authorities are taking measures In that direction Columbia university has disbanded its football association During the season Just closed 19 players died from injuries received in the game Nearly all of these fatalities were the result of mass plays The bishop at London Dr Ingram has taken up President Roosevelts cue and has denounced race suicide as a sin due to the love of ease When one thinks of the kind of names they have to handle ho cant much blame those Russian telegraph operators for fioing on strike THE MAKING OF BOOKS Wonderful Rapidity with Which Volumes of Literature Are Turned Out It Is wonderful Thoughts are put Into print at tho rate of 60 words a minute by the simple tapping of the fingers on the keys A keyboard Is hitched to a foundry and the words go into type almost as rapidly say the Independent Into and end of a series of machines the trunks of true are unceasingly fed while from the other end there pours a stream of printed books The hungry presses clamor continuously for more copy There are moro books written more books sold more books read In almost every branch of literature than ever before Every author of originality and power has the sheets snatched from Ms hands by the Impatient pub Ushers as fast as he can write them Every person showing any symptoms of genius is coaxed and petted in away that Is liable to turn his head The reaction time In literature Is astonishingly accelerated The In terval between a thought and Its printdd expression is being reduced to a minimumAuthors longer form a guild The sometime mysteries of their an dent and honorable craft are taught In every tohool Everybody writes for publication all who have anything of Interest or importance to say and many who have neither get Into print somewhere and somehow New edi lions of old books struggle for ex istence with the latent coyprlghts No tariff on the boundary of the century protects the literary industry from the pauper labor of antiquity The read Ing rooms are filled with diligent stu dents poring over neglected volumes In search of ideas so old that they will be new to this generation Com mentators editors biographers and greatIThe dumpheaps around all tho aban doned gold mines of literature are worked over every few years by some new cyanide process in the hope of ex tracting still more of the precious metal Old theories fancies sugges tions themes plots characters that appear to have the slightest value to us of the present are continually be- Ing brought forward again in new and attractive forays Everywhere about us we see the avatars of all the ancient religions philosophies and systems since the world began It is the age of plagiarism Now plagiarism Is the fundamental principle of the universe In physics it goes by the name of the conserva tion of matter and energy Nature is the great economist She uses the same material over and over again for millions of years molding it con tinually Into the most useful forms for present purposes never hesitating to send to the scrap heap her most beautiful living machine when It gets the least bit antiquated having no reverence for antiquity no regard for reputation The things she values most she wears out fastest It Is only In neglected corners of the earth that the geological relle monger can find her old model- sMISSIONARY FROM AFRICA Harvard Mans Experience Among the Savages of the Dark Continent The missionary pale and languid from Jungle fever sat with his feet on the porch railing smoking a cigar says the jcavoChmtots The New Hampshire mountains fronted him like CCTfiigra ions incredibly brilliant and beautiful with the autumnal colorings of their forests What led you the serious young lady asked to choose Africa for your sphere of usefulness Well you see I am a Harvard man said the missionary and at Harvard there are often to be found a great many young African potentates These tel lows attracted inc That Is why I chose their country to work in Did you ever have any narrow es apesNarrow escapes Well rather I was captured one day by a band of naked cannibals They dragged me Into the forest chopped some wood with their hatchets built a fire put on a big pot to boll 1 lay bound on the earth and amid these ghastly preparations you maylm iglne my feelings To bo cut up boiled and eatenthink of Itl Soon the water began to bubble and gurgle The chief made a sign and two men started to undress me This done they carried me to the pot Were they going to boll me alive like a crab It looked like It But just as they were about to throw me into the caldron the chief who had been busy cutting up pot herbs turned and happened to nqtice tattooed on my arm the Greek letters of the secret so lety that I belonged to at Harvard He gave a loud cry I say he shouted we cant eat him you know He and I belong to the same fraternity Real Dramatic Criticism The best dramatic criticism I ever hear Raid the theatrical press agent was made by a man who was In his cups The piece an English comedy was dragging awfully The curtain had been up nearly half an hour I guess and nothing had happened to cheek the yawns that wero seen on the faces of the audience At this point our slightly intoxicated friend straightened up yawned looked at his watch and said in a volco heard through the theater and on the stage Say what time docs this show b- eRiniKansaa city Times J 1I 3Eft ri of 3luiHti3trtal imttatt nit Naitmt0 lIIul1tr atir ffitfrD- y MISS EDITH ABBOTT Secretary of Women Trade Lciiue of Maitachuiettt BILE it is undeniably true that there has been a marked increase in recent years in the number of women gainfully employed it is a mistake to speak of the recent introduc tion of women into factory work and to find here the cause for any social disturbances that may be observed It is one of the facts of ocomonic history that women have been a part of the factory system front the time of the industrial revolution to the present day Ever since the machine was introduced the woman wage earner has been patiently policing it The increase in the number of women gainfully employed comes much more from the changed attitude of the socalled leisure class or educated women towards gainful employment and their entrance into business or the profes sions than from any sudden influx of women into factory work It is nothing new for the woman of the working classes to be selfsupporting and the number of women employed in factories has undergone no radical change in the past decade Statistics from the twelfth census bear out these statements The total number of women gainfully employed has increased 328 per cent in the last decade while the population has increased only 22 per cent But the number of women engaged in manufacturing and mechanical pur suits has increased only 277 per cent while for professional service the increase has been 381 per cent and for trade and transportation 1203 per cent In the light of these figures there is no such increase in the employment of women in factories as to account for any recent change in domestic life So far as the effect of factory work on the family is concerned it should be pointed out that the employment of married women in factories is not so prevalent asi if currently supposed Only 56 per cent of the total number of married women in the United States are engaged in any kind of gainful employment and this small percentage would br still smaller were it not for the large number Of married women among the negro population of the south who arc at work Of this five per cent a large proportion 419 per cent of the total were engaged in domestic and personal service nearly 39 per cent were engaged in agriculture while only no per cent were employed in factory or similar work We might say then that if only about five per cent of the married women in the country art gainfully employed and only onefifth of these arc engaged In factory work it is hardly fair to attribute any serious social disturbance to the presence of these women in the in dustrial world Nor can a decrease in marriage be said to be noticed among factory women from any statisticsnow available Out of the 1312668 women engaged In manufacturing and mechanical pursuits less than 450000 arc unmarried women over 24 years of agowhich is not alarming when it Is remembered that in Urge manufacturing communities a womans chances for marriage are somewhat uncer tain There arc for example in Massachusetts 75000 more wont ll than men Certainly every one interested in industrial conditions will sup port the president in his demand for an investigation of the present conditions of womens work but neither present statistics nor observation will justify any condemnation of factory work for women on the ground that it has been responsible for dangerous tendencies that have recently been noted in Qur social life National fafeut Saws litjitat By JUSTICE DAVID J BREWER of United States Supreme Court a2oiY The whole system of the patent laws in this country is quite wrong This is the way it operates now A man sends in an application for a pat ent Tic has to a certain sum to liavJ the patent granted him It is comparatively small sum I forget exactly how much about 50 soy Tills of course is in addition to whatever he pays his agent or commtaaioncr for securing the patent Now if the government finds thtlt he is not entitled to a patent his fee is returned to him This I do not think to be jut The thing is exactly the reverse from all ideas of equity The government has linen put to the trouble of looking up the applicants right to bo granted a patent The government should he paid for that troublo It should not refund the money for conscientious work dons On the other hand if the man is entitled to a patent the government should charge him nothing for granting it simply because the government should encourage inven tion of all kinds It would even be wise to almost pay a man a pre mium for making a real invention Now look at what happens under the present erroneous system of granting patents The government does not want to refund the moneyand in consequence the country is deluged with a mass of useless patents The great majority of them arc not original or are not inventions They arc only distorted applications of the real inventors idea As for instance you would say that the corrugations on a wash board were a very simple matter and that once invented the subject was ended The ordinary man would suppose that a patent on a corrugated washboard is a very simple matter and would be preserved for all time for the man who first thought of it On the contrary I believe that the patent office has issued nearly 50 patents on this very idea If it could issue 50 it could issue 500 or 5000 because a veryslight change here or there would make something n little dif ferent front the original inventors model Now this reckless and wholesale issuance of patents is a detriment to the bright genius who gives the world an invention If his invention is of any real value there will be a thousand other men who spring up with slight modifications on it and also get patents The real inventor is thus robbed of the pvocccds of his genius and thIS United States is afflicted with continual and ceaseless litigation on jbe subject I SAILORS AND THE CHURCH The Pathos of Their Lives Makes Seamen Objtcts of iluch Concern Those who go down to the sea In ships as the ancient observation is have abundant opportunity to study the works of God at first hand and see tremendous wonders In the deep Out the man who goes out upon the sea Is always In peril and his experiences even when not fraught with discern fort or disaster are frequently pathetic says the New York Observer Toots many of thorn from a sate distance on land hare sung of the beau ties of the ocean while actual voy ages have forgotten all distinctions between prose and pcetry In their mel ancholy sufferings from mal do mer The sea has no mercy on those vrha tempt Its tides and brem e Sailors sail at their own rink and from that fact appears the appropriateness of the prayer of the sweet sad hymn For Those in Peril on the Sen It Is true that hrmanlr speaking as men seek W average things with their statistics the perils of the ocean for the worried tourist who embarks on the floating hotels nun from Liverpool to Now York by the Ctinard White Star and other lines appear much less than those that attended say a Julius Cancer or his Villa trireme on the boisterous Adriatic or which involved the corn ship on which Paul was embarked in shipment on the shorN of Malta But most sailors are not fortunate enough to travel In luxurious trans Atlantic greyhounds equipped now with every appliance for comfort even to mill but servo before the mast in leaky ships or dingy tramp steam lhlpihardly more than floating tin kettles whloh are constantly in dan ger from Ore tempest shoals or eel Won Broadly considered tatting Into view the fact that more people go to sea now than In the days of Caesar or the apostles It may be doubted whether the perils of the ocean which Itself remains as untamed and un- tamable as In the days of the Phrfenl edam are any the lew as regards either degree or number Hvsn where marine perils are avoided or surmounted thr lot of the sailor Is a vraird lonesome and pnUuKle ox porieaee He is faN to face with the elements of nature always grand la their Immensity of resets and strength sometimes tearful In their NFMOR trolled ragtag He Is eat off from domestic joys and the social exMlcra UOM of life which do muck In the ease of the landsman to mitigate aet aneholy and to restore the spirits when aded Moat snow of all deprivations Is the InfreqtHHiey with which Divine service can be attended and wh- Ole stated means of grace which are MIdi a prop to the piety of tko landsman are lessened or absent or Wldem enjoyed mind and soul hall ins ily a prey to either apathy or snpentl lion Long ateenes from horse sadden the hearts of tile sailors with home leg while thus for whom no man eareth not even a stray comfort tag perhaps coming their way lend to become hard and reckless All these fasts coaWne to reader the sailor an object of deep concern for the Church of briM which has already profited no greatly In its rats slonary work through the bold and wide voyaging of the sailors Barely the roan of the sea should be remem bored often in prayer and aided morally and materially by the Chris tian public Peril and pathos unite In the lot of the seaman generosity and sympathetic help should be the responsive offering of tho landsman who is put so constantly In the sailors debt I Liability of Lawyers Consul General Gunther says the German lawyers are liable in damages to their clients for evil results consequent upon misleading advice lie writes that the supreme court of Germany has recently rendered a do cl ton that an attorney at law Is II able to his client to the full extent for carelessly giving Incorrect advice The court held that the attorney who for pay gives his client In legal matters advice as to certain conduct and procedure Is liable for the legal ton sequences suffered by tho client In ACt- Ing thereon provided that such ad vice is not only faulty but has been proves to have been given carelessly Through the expressly stated or tacit offer of remuneration for Information and advice concerning a question an attorney tacitly assumes the position ol debtor of the client which obliges him to be careful In giving advice and ho is therefore liable for its consequences if he has failed through carelessness Brussels Sprouts The average townsman would have no glimmering of what was Intended if he were Invited to go and brussel and the dictionary would not help him Dut they are bruBseling In the country Just now reaping the little rosettes from the stem of tbo big cabbage plant commonly known as Drill sole sprouts but to the botanist by the processional name Brasslua ole acea bullata gemmlfera The popu- Jar name Is due to tho simple fact that the vegetable came to us from Drus eels and has always flourished there at any rate since the year 1213 when spruyten were mentioned In the Belgian market regulations Lou don Chronicle Keeping the Wolf Away Wigwag Hello Scribbler I Writ- Ing any poetry these days ScribblerOnly enough to keep the wolf from the door Great SeoUl The wolf cant rend poetry can ho Philadelphia Record nnnH n H HE THANKED THE LORDt What the Reformed Drunkard Found He Had Lost When lie Gavo Up His Drink The following speech which Is quote ed In Weapons tot letnperanoe Warfare was mado by a reformed drunk and at a temperance mtetlng I have been thinking since I CAMO Into the meeting tonight about the losses I have mot with since 1 BlgBtd tbo temperance plods 1 tell you than Is not a man In the society who has lost moro by stopping drink than L have Walt a bit till I tell you wtis r mean There was a nice Job of work to be done In the shop today and the boN called for me Give It to Law says he hes the best hand lu hfiIshop a Wen I told my wife at super time and she says Why Utwrie he used lo call you the worst Yourt lost ywr bad name havent your Thats a fact w its says I ant It aint all Ivo lost In the Ut Hx months either 1 bad poverty and wretchedness and Ivo lest them I had an old ragged coat and a ekoekln bad list and some waterproof boats that let the wet out MI the lots M fast as ttlllY took It In at the hints Ive lost them I hail a red fan and tt trembling hand and a pair of shaky legs that gave mo an awful tumble now and then I bud a habit of sinus yew and swearing and Ive got rid of that i I bad an aching held and a heavy heart and won than alt toe rest a l guilty conscience 1 thank Ood 1 vet y lost them IIIIThen I told my wife what she hat lost You had an old ragged gown Mary says I and you had troubtt and sorrow nod a poor wretahotl home and plenty of htarttshs fur yew had a miserable drunkard for n tius laRd Mary Mary thank the LaM for all that yw and I BM test dims t signed the Good Samaritan ntetfKftt1 SALOONKEEPERS WARNING Advised n Prospective Buyer Kot to- Bmtark In the Jtgrittil ng- Btulnt We have ro nUy SM tke Isttsr written by a Qee gte sabsskoape W a man who lead written to him otter lag to bay tile hurt men The roan whs wanted to hwy had a wife anti fear hIMrtm lie did root wish M take bed family to live In the ptseo white UM saloon WM wcntad MT M4 M ntssfe ills mother or other relatives to know about tile going into Ute iMsinesw Tot RMU the MMonhe MT wrap M vising him sat to go Into the decrtul lag iMMltiofl of a whisky dealer Ite skiI tto not Warns you for not wanting- yuar relatives to Know that you Inltod to deal lu whisky and u you itaMIl Iota of Mlfresfect left I beg er you for the sake of year wife ami children and aged mother please do not do grade yourself by going to selling ruse but assist them In thto world to ha elevated Instead of being inducers of- vice and sin You may be surprised nt these words coming from one who sells ooie However fate snit that only has thrown me Into this ilaratmbM vocation I hope that It to not tOIl late for you to mend year ways that your present intentions can be eluiijtetl upon the advice of one who is la this boldness and who le giving you tree or charge advice which I bopo yon will heed Not baring the pleasure of a personal acquaintance I bopo thus you may bo In a position at some ruItare date to thank me for this Info nation and In your hours of dsvotlAi otter up a silent prayer for one who to suffering through the raHgutdanpt at human fate PRO 0HESS OF REFORM t lF London has one licensed drinking place to every 430 Inhabitants New Zealand laying plans to secure a law providing for the compulsory teaching of hygiene and physiology in the public schools with special ret cranes to the effect of alcohol and liar entice on the human system There U now almost a universal con lotion prevailing throughout Buropo and America that If during the laUyoar or two the rank and file of tho Russian rmy bad eaten more rice and loss horsemeat and had drunk more tea and less vodka they would be much better lIghten thanthoy are Some one estimates that getting born oils the people of the United Slots 226000000 annually getting mnr nod 1800000000 annually getting GettingdrunkStates moro than 127000000 anna ally or more than onn and a half limos I much as getting born married and juried put together Wall of the Brewers Tho production of boor In the Unltwt Kingdom speaking on the authority or the oxclso returns Is says the Brewers Gazette going from bad tb Tterdoubt the most depressing yet export ncod tho total production In the three kingdoms amounting only to 7009308 Its compared with 8076000 barrels In the corresponding quarter 1004- Hero Is a clear drop of 407572 barrels The diminution Is apportioned as follows England 339832 barrels scot- land 11987 barrels Ireland ctlbarrels Hogan Reviews the Year 1905 By HENRY M HYDE Wopptbt I ta6ertaapbeDos Ladles an tints said Old Man Hogan bayfure enterin th new show which has JUt been opened across th way Id advise ye all to take a final luck at th freaks an curiosities which bravo been exhibited for th last year undher th old canvas which is now JoIn taken down an rolled up for good In th nut cage to th rlcbt as ye cnthcr yoll observe Casslo th Mag netic Marvel th greatest wonder av modern times Arrmcd only wid a sweet smile an a stub pin she fearllss ly enter a den av wild an savage bankers an be a simple wavo av th band extracts their money an rludors thin perfictljr htrtnllis an obedient to her slightest with So potlnt is the CABal TUB MAGNETIC MARVEL rower av th litthle lady that at her word ar command th most ferocious flnanccors fawn at ber feet an form a pyramid on th top av which she stands in a graceful an explnslvo attl tude So orerpowortn Is th popular Inlheresl In this marvelous woman that th managemlnt hasat enormous nplnlernwngaeed her for another season an she will be wan av th lead lag attractions durtn a larrje part av th new year In this larrse double din at th lift you will find th twin wild mIn TomTom an milDill The first was captured afttisr a tUerriblu slhruggle in th wilds av Boston th other was taught in a figgor four thrap in th Jungles av Wall sthr et Every day untbil noon they spied th time callln each other blood curdlin names over lh long distance till phone with which the din Is fitted Promptly on th1 stroke av twtive th dure separating th two cages Is thrown open an while th spectators hold their breath th two desperadoes arrmed to th teeth ruth toglther anembrace each other Hlcbiy moral an Instructive exhibition Ilndorted be press an pul pit Hank Rogers an Jawn D please write This attraction has silo been specially rclnc ced for th new year On th platform across th tint nlxt dure to th monkeys cage you will ace 1rof Harry Lehr ta his cillbratcd troupe av performln dogs Three times a day th professor an his pets tit down to th table toglther an so will thralned srrre th Istther that tis harrrd to till whlc is which This amutln an enter IDtn exhibition enjyes th special patronage av th emart set an av all th swelled bids av Newport Twill be your last chance to cnjye th performance as th pro fessor Is now experlmcntln with a monkey with which he has alrlddy succeeded In gettln on such Intimate an confldlntlal terms that he explcts to praysint a lltthlo lather In the new season a startlln u tlnsatlonal twin jI Tit TWIN WILD MIN TOMTOM AN HILLDILL brother act which will show how small Is th difference bechuno th lower animals an some men There In th middle ladles an Bints tied to th clnter pole av th main canvas stands ItayPub th larglst ole phunt irlr exhibited In captivity be nearly a million majority Always a big animal ho has grown Immtnsely durin th lasht year Great credit for th Increase Jn slzo Is duo to Thayduro Ala mahout who has looked carefully nfthcr his teedIn an has kept nil blood In order bo admlnlsterln save si tonics Nobody Use has ivlr been able to mako RayPub take medicine but JThayduro has him ttndher such per flct conthrol that at th worrd WSfflftDd bo pill roll pygr 9 plapi dead Jl managemlnt his ttntA tcontract for th appearance av this un paralleled attraction for thO nlxt four years an has no doubt It will grow more popular all th tirao as Thaydur Is constantly teachln It new ihricks Wan av th novelties promised for th new year is a headon collision be chune the elephunt an a railroad loco motive goln at top speed Almost Ivrybody but th mahout is afraid this II raytult In RayPubs gettln badly mangled but Thaydure day Glares twill be only light exercise for his pet Public curiosity II alrWrty at white heat to see th outcome ar this tlnsaUonnl act In the larrge cage to th lift is a din av ferocious manklllln chaffeurs They praysint a plcasln picture av th raytult av thrcatln Ivln th moat sav age an creatures with bandboulc1Whereth counthry with fire flasbln from their eyes they arre now almost per flctly demestlcated cumin to th barrs to lap up gasoline from th naked hand an takln their meal av rubber tires with purrs aTIdelight TIs explcted that procrtts will be made durtn the new year In th direction av makln thlm glntle an harmllss an bayfure long their thtalner hopes to be able to enter their din In perflct safety Bayfure passln on I with to call your attlntlon to th curious objlcta confined in this larrgo double barred steel Inclosurc You will observe that they constantly spend their time in Jumpln up and down on each others facet This howlvlr docs not indicate as it might seemthat they arre mad at each other Farrr from It On th other hand It is th favorite method av amutemlnt among these strange creatures th scientific name av which Is Pootbslllbus center rutblo These two tine speeimlns arre not likely to remain with th show much longer u both Yale an Harvard have offered largo sums for thlm Out now ladies and ginU I will not detain you longer Glntlemanly ushers will now pass among you dis tributing the bits av pasteboard which will enable you to remain to th grand movln picture show av the shrapnel an siege guns of Manchuria a glvln place to th gentle dove av peace The cost Is but a dimetin clnts th price av a good cigar entitling you at th some time to a cushioned seat In th reserved section Stay an hear th latest songs an hal lads rendered be refined artistes who have sung bayfure all th crowned bids FOOT DALL1BVS ENTER nUSIUO- av Europe Nowhere Use will you find such a plcasln an clevatln entertain mintAn raymlmber whin you pass out that th uew show Jilt across th road has alriddy opened its dures an is prayelntlng for your amusemlnt a traymtndous aggregation av rechere an marvelous attractions Includln th blat av th old jn a host av new an startlln features We aim to pleased A NEW YE AH0 LONG AGO BV ROY FATWELL CmHKNB There were gallant bonus around her eack an homage due to pay There were Calhoun firm disciple and tae followers of Clay Men of strength who mold a nation and its future course outline Build a structure fur their children and our children VOCTI and mine They had gathered there together they had come from tar and neat To trip a last gay measure ere the passing of the year And whilom carts were banl h 4 aa they elided to and fro When crandma tread the minuet one New Years lone OttO mal statesmen turned from labor of diplomacy to cleat A rest within the mazes of an old Virginia r And the frIend otabolition by each aot and word of mouth Expressed the bond of kinship with tile dons of the south It was midnight when the music from the belfrj tower stole To aid of swelling violins a most harmonious whole And the old year passed with pltpats from each tripping heel and toe When Grandma tread the minuet one New Years lone ago flow they danced a hearty welcome to the year but newly born flow the hours seemed shorter as It nearer grew to morn IIow the musts ebbed receded with a glory In Its tide That tilled the hearts the pulses till In ec staey It died I Ah the gown she wore has faded and a lodgments found at last Along with memories mildewed In the at tics of the past Yet hearts are warm with fellowship at were the hearts I trow When grandma tread the minuet oee New Years long ago- Always Acceptable A1 handsome lamp shad seldom e cn i gilt for A xNuE9 f The Quarterly ReviewSu- nday Jchool Leuonlor Dec3119058- pecuey Prepared for This Paper 001DBN TKXT Thou crownest the- year with thy goodness Ialm 6511 TilE UKVIKW To review tho les- Ions In tho truest sense Is not to go ever all tho lessons separately one after tho other to repeat titles and golden texts In order to select certain truths which have been learned and leis Is especially true on tho lessons 3t tho past quarter Reviewing says Peloubets is looking backward from tome tower or hilltop over tho land tcape through which wo have been raveling Tho hills tho valleys tho lties the villages tho forests the far ile fields wo have been seeing In do all through the quarter we now see is one broad country and we undor itnud the meaning and power of the and as a whole With this thought in mind wo need to strive to catch the movement of the whole period of tho history Included In the lessons to study Its meaning to learn to what It Is loading and to too how oach event each character bears upon this end to help or to binder Wo need to see God In tho his tory and to loom the lessons the whole period teaches TUB 1EHIOD The time of the lea ions of tho quarter covers over 100 years from about C33 to 430 B C It begins with the hard schooling and dis cipline of the 70 years of captivity and thou when the nation has sufficiently learned Its lessons to make It safe for them to begin over again at homo In Palestine they are permitted to return and In a small way to start anejvl- CENTRALTItUT118Tho lessons of the quarter are not very closely con nected with one another and a good way to spend part of the review hour will be to try and bring out the cen tral teaching of each lesson Opinions will differ us to what the central teach lues are but the following offered as suggMiions arc outlined by Dr Tor royLesson I The folly of lifting ones self up against the Lord of Heaven end not glorifying Him in whose hand our breath is and whose aro all our ways Lesson II Cod Is able to deliver the one who serves Him continually from every danger no matter how appall Ins Lesson III The certainty of every word of God lesen IV The duty of building for Jehovah and of separation from the world Lweon V Victory Is of Jehovah not by might not by power but by the Spirit of Jehovah Lesson VI Anyone In a position of influence and power to put tbdre not for themselves but to uv their power and influence for the Interests of God and Hie people Lesson VII Tho hand of God is upon all that seek Him for good and He will deliver his trusting servants from the hand of the enomy and from such as lie in watt by tho way Lesson VIII The character ot true prayer begins with adoring contempla lion ofGod Is persistent Is accompan ted by confession of sin Is built upon Gods Word of promise appeals to the relation of God to Jill peoula Is intensely earnest Lesson IX Things which are per fectly lawful still ought not to be done It others will be Injured thereby Lesson X The one who works for God should trust In God but at the same time should exercise all prudence In watching against enemies Lesson XI The Word of God has power to convince of sin and to britfg abounding joy Lesson XII Jehovah Is coming to refine and purify Ills people and to ox acute Judgment upon sinners Ron XIII Jesus Christ is a wonderful Counsellor Mighty God liver lasting Father Prince of Peace andot the Increase of Ills government and of peace there shall be no end PRACTICAL APPLICATION The review ot these lessons coming as it doss on the last day of time old year suggests the need ot reviewing our past lives and the uvonta of the past year As Limo rower looks backward that he may go forward so wo look at our past In order to make a bettor future We look at our failures that we may learn tho lesson they teach and then forget them as God forgives and blots out forever We look at what wo have gained In order that we may stand upon that toast and do better D It Is well therefore to see 1 What lessons wo can learn for ourselves from tho history we have boon studying 2 What the history has to teach our nation 3 Wo can take courage from the frtct that even with ouch Imperfect peo pie nnd ouch hard times real and great progress was made ot which we nro now reaping some of the results 4 Let us see visions of better things and heap tho divine Ideals always before us Fattli- Faith Is the colorbearer In the arm of the Lord United Presbyterian Where faith goes out soul famine conies In The faith that believes In things un seen soon sees time things unknown The strength of a mans faith Is It inverse proportion to Its singularity Tho leant prayer that roaches God throne shakos ills footstool Ramt Horn I would rather walk In the da with God than go alono In tho light Ii would rather walk with Him by fait than walk alone by sight 0 CIVILIANS AND TRANSPORTS Army Buleo Aro Constantly Evaded by Officers and Friends It is reported from Washington that the war department Is renewing Its ef forts to restrict tho use of the trans ports to officers nnd soldiers of tho army Similar reports have reached us before They make periodic appear ances but the transports continue to be filled with civilians Junketing polit feat personages and tho sisters the cousins and tho aunts of officers and men not to mention their wives children and servants while the young subalterns continuo to bo thrust Into cramped quarters tweendeck to ac commodate persons who never wear epaukttea or shoulder muskets Tl u war department has not yet had the hardihood to deny openly that fam- Ines of officers are entitled to free transportation across tho seas but It tries to limit tho size of tho families not Infrequently with amusing results Not many months ago an infantry cap taro applied for transportation for bit wlfo two stators and children The allowance of sisters was cut down one half only one being given accommoda tions However ho managed to ring in the rejected sister as the nurse to his child This shrewd solution of the problem looked lovely and everybody was happy until on arriving on board tho transport it was found that while the wife and other sister wore given cabin staterooms the nurse sister was assigned to the steerage quarters with the wives of enlisted men Horrible The roar that arose was heard way up Folsom street Th t threats ot both sexes wero taxed to express tholr hor ror and indignation The quartermaster captain was at onco summoned and a lively protest was made Of course the story came out then and the fact that the alleged nurse was really a brother officers fair sister traveling in disguise was Impressed upon the perplexed quartermaster captain who fdr a time took refuge in a quiet stateroom to think out the situation tt was finally patched up In some way and both sisters were taken to Manila but the nurse trick was not attempted again by that family although It has been successfully worked at other times Another officer with a wife and two sisters had a less fortunate experience only a few days ago Me had been or dared to the Philippines on special duty Isis application for his wife and two stators to accompany him win frowned upon He thereupon wrote to the authorities saying that his peal tion being on special duty was not akin to that of those proceeding under routine orders on routine uutles Jle was In a class by himself otc Back from Washington came a telegram just before the vessel sailed giving him au thorny for the two sisters to ace am pair the officer but directing that the wlfo would have to bo left behind Remarkable Demonstration The Northern Total Abstinence Congress which was hold In Copenhagen recently was attended by 1200 temper anco agitators from tho Scandinavian countries The closing exercise was a procession In Which 46000 persons par tlcfptoo A reporter who Is fond of figures counted 1367 flags and banners The Only Way Knleker So Jones has planned a model apartment house Docker Yes tho janitor Uvltlon yie top floor so tho steam Is always on and the elevator always running N Y Sun Sold His New Heat A clergyman at Yarmouth England who was attending a rummage halo that was being held for charity laId a new straw hat on a stall and when he turned nround to get It a minute- or two later foami that the energetic stall keeper had sold it for four cent to sc unknown purchaser Well Named PoppyWhy doom she call her husband the light of her life Magnolia Because ho goes out sc much mrLos Angeles Herald MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dell U 7ATT1B Common I2 TS J 65 Heavy utters 4 65 S 00 HOGSChoIco packers 610 O 616 mud packers Ii m- fALVESIJxtra 510 S 9 675 SIIISBPExtra 416 t g5 LAMBS Extra 7 811 7 iS bywHEATNo 16iOAfaNollYENo S n HAy Cholct timothy itiI Ii HOHICCle mess 14 LAKDBteam 7 S- 5IHTTKnChotca Choice dairy q 716u J6DOIOTATOBSPfrT 130081dCHtCAQO IMOURWlnler talent 610 OEM VIIBATNo 2 rd 9IM II- INo3 red ie I S6 AlOATSNoRYI No Z 11W re IOKKMeia ltls KAnUSleam 7 tt 715 NHW YORK FtOUnWlnter straits 3145 9410 WHEAT No 2 red OIY CORNNO 2 mixed G 31ijII1YEfslernLARDUteom HaHALTIMOnE n iCOnNNo4 IiO 49 i G CO LOUISVILLE WIlRATXo 2 red M P2 CORN No 2 mixed 64 3AT8No S mixed StV 81 00LARDSteamI INDIANAPOLIS WH TNo rcd 1 90 tanOATIJNo ftC oe G a RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky IOUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 1Ger+0+o+000000000000+0 +o +od o+o +o +o +o+o+o +o +o f 5 TtfE oIsopieces of new- FURNITURE S CARPET or MATTING + tTake a Look Through Our Stools It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can your wants to IF ITS FROM US TVS GOOD jlUPPl1 Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machine 125 130 and 35 worth WJ 160 and 105 c 1ORUTOHER EVANSoDay Phone 7S Might Phone 4768oo+o +o +o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o +n +o +o +o+o+o+o+o +o+od o+o +n+o+o+ I Carriage Satisfaction Here carriages give No bettor place to buy than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Qualities up to We and retire Get our P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Xy IIItlotWtltMli41 Fancy Roller Flour Con Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF is another Flour i 1MtlItll Tkltea Sultoo Ky Time Table inEffect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leavo Eerealid0Ar-rivelichwond4 a m art n m Arrive n mt Arrive Cinck a m Going North Train 2 m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave p m Arrive p m Going South 5J Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains numbers 2 and 1 carry Dufl t Ptrlor car and coaches between Cincinnati and KnokTllle In directions Trine mim ben 1 and 4 carr both Imen rettlbuled Sleeping car and coaches betnceu Clnclunttl and Knos Title In both directIon W H lOWER Ticket Agent RY CO Tim table In effect April iIIIO I EAST BOUND No1 No t 740 Richmond nr MM S60am Irrln 103 710 VMBcattyvllls 1900 BtaltytlUt Jot 300 1020 I WEST BOUND No2 No 4 VeriAllIti T3 a m SLS pm NIcholasTlIU 685 237 Valley View US 2aS Richmond IT 600 IU 120IrVlnBeattyiille iV 1060 a M Bttttyvllle Jet sso 1030 No 2 and 01 and 1 mate close connections at NleholatTllle to and Jrom Loxmgtou and Clnol bail and at Vcrulllo to and Iron and Ixul Ttl No 6 connects at Boatlyrllls function for Jackion For any turther Inform Uou addrtu any local agent or U H SMITH O r A P Att VemllltJuy BuggiesPhaetons Runabouts Surries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyftntshinvariably Rockbottom Topnotch repaint repair prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C Madison County Roller Mills Manufacturers MADISON Excellent ImT Potts rsonI LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Paris628nati75001- 1LeaveDerea132p Paris330p Boron111Rnoxvillo810 LOUISVILLE ATlAUTIC No1I plINlthOlallaYalleytiiawli2t 51- 0ltlchmondIv1205pm 240IT NoI Call at T J Moberleya and see the bestline of COLLARSTEAM BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices they will laduceyotl to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices bj Je S GOTT Depot Street Bores Ky r I 225IAlso 500 400 300 250 and I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoot for style comfort and wear it known everywhere throughout the world They have to live better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere i- M We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fitf iaspectlon invited i COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 +1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLI I C A Happy New Year to all good people especially to those who pay for and read the Citizen Christmas passed quietly in Berea save for the enthusiasm that burnt in crackers and Roman cand les Everybody seemed to be happy to havo money to spend and to have enough to eat and to wear Truly Berea is a favored spot The Christmas entertainment at the Baptist Church was very success ful There were Christmas Exer cises and a Christmas tree Dr Switzer impersonated the genial taint to the delight of the children The Richmond Street Conversation Club meets Friday night with Rev and Mrs Stout C C Rhodus is in Cincinnati this weekMr and Mrs J W Dougherty of View are in Berea this week WIOeight feet from tip to tip The bird I was simply disabled and was caught and brought to town It is now at the College Farm stables Professor n proposes to have it mounted Dr Lusk reports twin boys as born to Mr and Mrs Isaac Coylo on Dec 22 Congratulations Rev T A Kitchen will preach at the Congregational church on Sun day next and also at Harts Mr J O Pasco formerly editor of the Citizen spending Christmas with his parents George E Porter spent Christmas at Lexington Theend of the year is a good timo to pay up arrearages on the family paper and to set the date ahead for another year Curt Baker wife and two little tons from Kirby Knob and Lonnie Gillen and wife and little daughter from Lexington are visiting Irvin Baker and wife this week J C Baker is on the sick list Miss Lindley is spending the holidays in Borea She is now con nected with Knoxville College There will be a preaching service at the Union Church next Sunday night at seven oclock as wells at the usual time in the morning A young man named Harvane was brought to the Hospital last night suffering from bruises received while getting off the train after it was in motion Ho was seeing a friend off andwent into the car with him He waiteduntil the train was in motion and then tried to get out at the wrong end By the time he reached the proper door the train was going 10 fast that he fell in trying to get off His bruises are quite severe but are not understood to be danger ous The colored Baptist Church Sun day School had a very interesting exercise and a Christmas tree at the I school house Saturday evening at 300 C clock t Mr and Mrs Flannery father and mother of Mr Will Flannery have moved into the Haley house at the foot of the hill on the five mile pike Mrs Flannery has been hero for some time but Mr Flanuery came quite recently having delayed to dispose of his stock The public school gave a very carefully prepared entertainment last Friday night at the school house creditIonovercrowded and the order was not the best on that account but the enIneed of a public hull that will accommodate an audience such as usually gathers for suchaffairs The four churches in town the Union Baptist Disciples and Congregationalist will unite in a watch service Sundaynight at the Baptist house Tho meeting will begin at 0 oclock and close at 1140 p m The Aria Quartette will assist in the musicA Cantata was given at the Union church on Monday night Bags of popcorn and candy were dis tributed to the children The house was crowded but there was the best of order The event was greatlyon a The poles for the telephone system of the College are set up and the wires will be strung at once At present there will be no connection between the College system and the system of the Berea Telephone com pony but a movement is on foot to extend the automatic system over townThe new Congregational parsonage has so nearly reached completion that Mr Kitchen has moved into it Bert Cornelius is spending the holidays at home W II Porter and family spent Christmas at Cauoyville Miss Lizzie Sexton has been visit ing in Richmond the last wee IIParker Anderson who over by his own wagon sometime I ago desires to thank those who were so kind to him on that occasion and especially the nurses at the hospital who gave him such kind taro Mr Anderson is much better andwill soon be about again- J F Sexton Richmond for the winterIOn Christmas born to Mr and liams The parents are very proud of their Christmas present for the boys come after eight births of girls tgreutu Coure The regular Lyceum Course for Berea begins on Tuesday Jan 0 1000 with the rendering of Sheridan great play The Rivals by tho celebrated reader Frank I Stowe We hope for us fine u monologue as everwos given in Berea Season and single admission tickets at the usual prices L V DODGE r 11111111111111111 I HH1Hr i College Items THEREii tiilIIllHlMllMlMHtH Instructor May hmla visit from t vo of his brothers the lust week Mrs Buck of Now York City was il Borcu this week to nrrnnge for a toung mans coming to school Mr Luther Shadoin arrived Wed nesduy He will teach in Boron t luring the winter term Professor Dodge is in Cincinnati luring the vacation Mrs Lutnsou Sirs Dodges mother continues suffer severely trout the result- d her fall Rev Brigmun of Clay county visited his daughter who is in school this week Rev Baird was hero this week j from Flat Wood arranging to put his son in school Ira W FluId Commonwealth At torney of Lolcher County will have three sons in school tho first of tho yearIrofttHsor D Lewis and family nro visiting in Puluski county this rtixjk A number of Christinas entertain i ments wore held by students who have Sunday Schools in the luliJltI of Berea Mummy young people Avert made happy Time bricklaying class this year is the largest yet G T Spencur is spending his vacation visiting friends inTenuesseo and BouthenKentucky- Tho outgoing town board is mark dug its exit from office by up cl08IIlDgslSubstantial laid around the College buildings Dr W B batty and Alice M Titus were married on Wednesday at the residence of the brides NIDodgeBoth the contracting parties wero formerly students in Berea College the groom of Iho class of 1001 nUll the bride of the class of 1002 Dr Beatty is practicing dentistry at Cairo Ill The emergency dormitories are ready for occupancy and will supply very tasteful and convenient rooms for seventytwo boys President Frost has gone to ad dress a Teachers Association at Springfield Illinois He expects tp visit Dr Pearson before returning home The seats havo come for the largo lecture room in the Chapel They are large chairs with desk arms Mrs Yocum sent Christmas greet jugs to her friends in Berea She is now in California An outoftown friend soot Treas urer Osboruo an immense stuffed turkey with all the fixins for Christmas Mr and Mrs Osborim invited in friends to help thorn din pose of tho gift A lively game of basket hall was played at the Gymnasium Tuesday and as a result several of the boys are nursing wounds and bruises to day Mr Thomson gave a stereopticou exhibition at the Tabernacle Wednes daynight to the students staying over vacation at which he showed views of foreign lands and of our own country The Mammoth Cave party report u great time Part arrived by team from Summit Saturday night and part by train Sunday morning Professor Dinsmore is away on ox tension work around Campbell City Miss Corwin entertained her staff at Professor Dinsmores Tuesday nightMrs Anna Barrett of Richmond visited Mm Dinsmore on Thursday of this week llurmimln Koclrty Conrrrt The Harmonia Society consisting of thirty picked voices gave for their Christmas concert the cantata of Ruth by Gaul Tho music is beautifully sot to the words and tho society showed thin good training they have received under Mr Rigby Tho chorus work was decidedand clear The soloists were in good voice Miss Lillian Ambrose taking the part of Naomi Miss Ethel Putnam tho part of Ruth Miss Mary Feo the part of Orpah and Mr Thomas H Horton the part of BoazThe has greatly improved since its last appearance and is be coming quite popular Berea is justly proud of her musicalorganizations BOARDERS WAxvoDLodgings and table board can be had at tho home of the Rev Amos Stout for four persons Would also furnish table board to four others Souvenir postal cards can bo had at time Cooperative Store Those wishing to send views of Boron Cole legs and vicinity to their friends can find them there at a low price i 1 JI 1CANADIANNMINISTER DEAD RAYMOND PREFONTAINE PASSES IN PARIS IAWAYiHe Was With the Purpose of Establishing a Line of Steamers ISewteen the Two Countries IPnrtf Dee 26Raymond Pi fjn tame the Canadian inlnlatw of martao IIRRII fisheries died suddenly In this Mr 1refontalne accompanied by i llMilotphtt htmileux tho Canadian to- jDoltor gweral recently came to France In connection It Is stated with the wrtabHahment of a lute of steamers btKwoon Marseilles and Canadian ports Soon attar his arrival In Parts tho minister complained that he was suffering from htart trouble but be nggileatss en In his honor December 21 he was seen to be suffering acutely but this i at the tlmt was attributed to emotion while replying to a toast to his health TJio minister on Saturday visited i toiclan WUB seat for The batter pro flounced Mr Ireftmtftlwes Ulnee vibe serious and a apeetaU was catlettIIn consultation Complete advised and nil engagements wore OUI coiled I At 9 oclock Monday night the administration of medicine was followed by a choking teatAilon The lot sac i mascots were administered awl death followed almost Immediately INTERESTING NEWS CONDENSED Tko sultan of Morocco relied agree to the holding of tile toI jttonal conference on Moroccan drac- i firms at Madrid Instead of at Alg1 Kid Taylor wren a deeMoH over Wily KltiHonna in a tei round bout after one of the hanlMt fighting bouts soon In Peoria ilL In many yean The French cruiser CaedHi has been ordered to proceod to the ItalUc call Ing at Copenhagen The orateer Ami drat Aube has boon ordered to prppero a voyage to the DfiMe- I etch worth Cox who was a stoker on the flrsrt locomotive eagle that ver got op steam In ttw Unl d States celebrated lata DIM birthday at his kODM In Jameaburg N J REWARD FOR BRAVERY George Poets of Grand Island Neb Awarded a Medal of Honor Grand Island Nb Dee HfOP- ooll county olerkotect of this eoaatjr received a letter from PrwUtom ROOM volt conveying to him the Information that the flat medal of honor given under the act of emigre approved Feb reary S3 111 had been awarded to Mm for coBpfettowi bravery In earing the life of a child at the risk of Ma own and exprwetnR warm commend Uon for the deed Mr bell who was a locomotive nremao ran aloocrtdo his engine to the pilot and snatched a little ehlld from the track salsa It from harm bat he himself fill no4er the engine losing a lee aced hoing oth erwise badly Injured DIED FROM HER WOUND Little Girl Shot While Hanging a Doll on a Christmas Tree Washington Dee StJut an she was hanging a doll for her little sister on a Chrlsimag tree at her home In Hazclklrk Sunday night Mary the w yearold daughter of Jams Kennedy received a bullet in the head from irevolver tired through the door rom outside She died Monday front the effects of the wound Your army have been made pending an Investiga Lion On a Tour In Cuba Havana Deo 26lFe Munoon line steamer Prince George arrived hers on her Initial trip from Mobile She brought 135 teachers and profeaatonal sad business people from IndiaaapoMs and ylclnlty who will make a weeks tour of this province Two Skaters Lose Their Lives Parnassus Pa Dec 20 May Pround and Cecella Koofllor wero drownod wbllo skating near hero Their companions Edward South worth and William Coughey wore roe cued InaD exhausted condition but both will recover Death of J D Flynn Plttsburg Dec 2SJ D Flynn wen known In telegraphic circles over tho country through his connection with the Baltimore Ohio and Western Union Telegraph Cos died at his homo here of pneumonia after three days illness The Fiftieth Anniversary Council Bluffs la Doc 2GAn ob servance was held hero by several local lodges of tho Odd Follows orders commemorating tho GOth anniversary of Gen Grenvlllo M Dodges member ship In that fraternity lIe is still a member v Gov Gen Wright In Memphis Memphis Tenn Dec 2GLuke 1l Wright governor general of tho Phil Ipplnes arrived hero to spend tho hol days at his home Gov Wright Is quite optimistic as to tho future of tho Islands As to his plans he Is reti cent The Yale Team Won Mobile Ala Dec 26Iho Young Liens Christian association basket ball team played the Yale basket ball team In a fast gamb before a largo fathering Yale winning by a score of 16 to 20 lr A CLEANSER 1 r NOT A- COSMETIC adds no artificial coloring to a sallow skin 4 Doe not coverup blemi he ina poor com plexion Does not plaster over wrinkles so that for a day they do not show It simply lets abused Nature resume her perfect work It cleans out the dirt andlot blackheads sunk deep into the pores and the more free to brings back the blush of ruddy health Pompeian Massage Cream contains no grease will not promote the growth of hair Removes rom the JuteTie Porter Drug Co 0 1 ttoRronATaur f it Furniture is a Necessity W 7 mYou must have it to make your home look and feel comfortable W t betterlb W W K you itmgroom and Parlor Furniture Bed Desks Carpets Window h0Shads Pictures etett LOUIS 0 LESTER lIt Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave l Phone 93 Gw The Little Four American Fence 4 ft high 28 cents per Rod y 500 Locust Posts 15 cents each + I Peerless Washing Machine 275 I Building Paper 40 cents per Rollr1 I A P SETTLE Jr L rxj iAslt I 0 0 0 0 o o o o IS 0 00 0 o o i HERE i 0- o o i J And it is time for Everybody 0 d o i to buy Xmas presents Youio icannot finda better and o o cheaper place than o o w i 1 The New Cash Store I 0 iRHODUS GREEN PROPS m 5 o 0 000000000000000000080000000 NEWS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD Happenings of Interest Gathered y jand Condensed For file Uusy tenderI I SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS What II Transpiring st the Capital of the Nation Together With Ex citing Evints Occurring In Ptrtlgn Countrlta Congressional Proceeding 4 Tho house on the 20th without oppo sition adopted the conference report on the 111000000 Panama canal nmar conoy appropriation bill as passed In till senate Representative Jenkins Wit Introduced a resolution fixing the last Thursday 1n April M tho date for providential inaugurations Senator Clark Wyo introduced a similar resolution In the senate Tha minority of tho house fllod tbelr views on tho tariff question They de Glare for absoluto tree trade between the Philippines rind the United Status Including Hawaii and Porto Rico Doth houses of congress on tho tad l adjourned until January 4 1900 Miscellaneous Item In the legislative Investigation Join Tatlock president of mho Washington Life declared that personally be fa vorod n distribution of earnings every Eva yearn Mr Tatlock said ho thought t1fmarket Ho also favored the Idea ot Insurance companies speculating in flU ourltles Francis Hendrfoks superintendent of Insurance of New York state ap pearod before the legislative commit tae of Insurance Investigation Mr llendrtcka testified that tho examlmt lions ot Insurance companies by his department are made to ascertain ouly the solvency of the companies and sv that no Investigation Is mad hut the extravagance of the management of a company or Into the salaries paid to officers to tong as tho company Is able to pay Us obligations Coy Terrell and Attorney General hart bate acknowledged service ot citizens which will carry the ease kotJ G Ilawllns and his three sous the supreme court of the United States J 0 Ilawllns and two sons Milton and Jesse are under tcnlenee to bo banged out mouth for the mur Jer of the Carter children at Valdostn Oa AiMateo Cal the pa rent being Mr and Mrs Charles W Clark Senator Clark announced that ho would give the lit tie girt a dowry of 1000000 follow lag tho example set by himself at the birth of his first grandchild the promature explosion ot dyna 1D1IB an xoavatlon oa 3UU street arnear Fifth avenue Now York three men lolt their lives and at least a this t en persons woro Injured Ora flee a young negro beat two white won to death near St Josoph IA with a piece of Iron pipe fatally InJurodIhas found that moUrnI to dismiss Midship Vandover charged complicity la hating I Midshipman Klmbroufth without a courtmartial Thus Information WIll conveyed to him by Attorney General Moody Tho secretary will appeal to tho congress for needed legislation COY LaFollcttc has resigned to tho Wisconsin legislature At tho clow oft the extra session the resignation to take effect tho first Monday In Janu ary completing his term as governor Ho will take hli coat na United StaN j e nator I Medical Inspector David Oldham I lcwif fleet surgeon of Ihu United Htatea Paelllo squadron who arrived at Honolulu on the cruiser Chicago and died was burled with naval hon ors F S Pusoy of Philadelphia ono of the promoters of a 3000000 mining scheme In which thousands ot persons invested their savings was sentenced to six montha Imprisonment Mrs Mlllor the aged mother it Joa quln Mlllor tho poet died at tho poets residence Tho Heights a short dl tanco back of Oakland Cal seed our ly 90 years Tho Princo of Pleas haa bean ore ated a duko by Emperor William but the title Is not transferable to his do scendants The eldest son of tho 1 Prince of Pleas Is Princo Henry of II Pies who married Mary Cornwallli f West The ferry terminals of the Delaware ackawauna Western road Now York burned The loss Is ovor GOO 000 The steamer Mariposa which arriv ed from Tahiti brought tine news that a rumor la current throughout Tahiti that tho United Slates government has offered 4000000 for tho Island Mrs Sarah Whltmoro a widow 63 was murdered In liar homo near the village of Muncy Valley SJulUvan county Pa Robbery i believed to havo boon the motive Dr John Warner 86 died suddenly at Clinton III He was born In Vir ginia In 1819 and went to Clinton GO years ago Ha Is the father of Corn missioner of Pensions Yeapanlan Wars nero After 17 dayj of the Haitian revolu tion la Warsaw after seeing hundred struck down by Cossacks and after having foil two bombs explode In tho room under him ut his hotel tho Am erican Jockey J C Mitchell nod from Russia and has returned to New York Mitchell says Tho Cossacks are hu maul devil without ono thought be yowl killing Five oars of wounded soldiers have arrived at Milan Courland Some of the dragoons who escaped report that they encountered on their way there a band of revolutionaries and that H tight ensued In which seven of tlib latter wore killed and eight wounded Ilia dragoons miffored no losses A general strike Is ou throughout Russia and many arrests have been made In St Petersburg Tho czar of Russia has decided not to grant universal suffrage Adm Rojestvoritky and the chief members of his staff arrived in St Petersburg The admiral whose loud was still swathed In bandages gave evidence of the strain and mental auf fering he has undergone- J T Vincent manager and Fiauk II Dourquln shipping clerk of the Ha vannah Go plant of the Schwaras child I Sultbergor Co were electro cuted during uti electrical awn that prevailed there Driven to desperation by tho rtjfust1 ot his wife to live with him sine till day they were married William Mo Coy of Uuffato N Y a uuauian on the lakes shut and killed bur Hi her homo He thin ended Ida own life Mrs Amelia Matron mother ot John U A Lclshman minister to Turkey died at the home of a relative In Pitts burg Mrs IlaUon who was 73 yearn old Jiad been an Invalid for 12 years Robert FlUslmmons collapsed at the close of the 13th round of his light with Jack Ollrien Ho Had fought hard but nature could nut longer stand the strain und Ollrlon was awarded thus decision Capt Harry Thomas S4 died at his homo In Hlbblac Mlun of cancer of the liver lie was ono of the bon known mining mm oil the Moaubu range Tho orcanliatlpn formed to purchase the house lit which President Theo dune Roosevelt was born ut 28 Haul 20th street New urklltT and pre sent It to the nation completed the details of the purchase and secured possession of the property for 00008 The belief grows stronger that Wal ter Scott the cowboy miner lass netlu murdered In Death Vall y fur his money The powerhouse and muln oar shops of the Rio Grande ft Waatara rued at Salt Lake were destroyed by Ore The tow Is estimated at between JIWOWU and ZOOMO The omprtMts dowager has at dared the punlahmeut of the rioter st Shanghai Yale oolloso Is to have a commercial museum Thl ajtHyuHwyey imtUa following the arrlvfti a skip went of valuable plant und taxUlo oollvyUaii from the department or ngrt culture PraaMaat Kotwavolt appointed Jo Mpk lUcklln lltabop as a member of the tMlu tan eUgal oommtsaloii to till a vaoaney in urn betty caused by the rodenutJon of Chtaf Itaitaanr Wal laceAt n meeting of the directors of th Cincinnati Ilatulltun Dayum Rail my Co In New York u resolution was posed resounding revoking wad ntuuilllinf every resolution and soul tract adopted and catered Into by the Cincinnati Hamilton it Dayton Rail way Co authorizing or purporting tu authorize the lease of the railroads ot the Pere Marquette Railroad Co Tennessee polley holders in the va rious mutual life innuranoo companies of this country bold a meeting In Nusli yule and took stops to protect their Inlarostn Resolutions condumnlng al lease extravagance wore passeiL Abruham II Hummel tho lawyer was convicted of conspiracy In con nection with the Dodge Morse divorce case lu Now York He was sentenced to ono years Imprisonment and a flue ot 600 Later ho was released on ball Tho National dinners associations report compllod from reports Issued from the wholo cotton toll every post office being represented Indicate a total crop ot 9078800 bales William Wilson cattleman was shot nail killed by J D Hondcnton u fur mar partnor In Uie lobby ot the Lew Iston hotel Denver Ilondorxou then killed hlmsolf Hope H Davis 78 died at QuIncy III He was a member ot the general assembly of Illinois In 187C Ho prac teed law fur GO years being at times associated with Stephen A Douglass and Abraham Lincoln It was determined at a meeting of a subcommittee of tho senate und house committees on tbo library that the lirutuldt Frieze In the rotunda ot tho national capitol bo finished Immedi atelyIdAlderman Robert U Rudolph was sentenced to ono year In the Milwau ken house ot correction being found gully ot soliciting H bribe of 100 front atClty Attorney Chnrlen IL Ilumllton hn 1901 II E McCarthy of Sollngs Grove Pa whllo traveling lu the west some months ago was rubbed of his travel tug bag containing a bank book call ing for 11000 The other day a body was discovered lu n pickling vat of a St Louis modlunl cullegn Among the mans rueIII was tho same bank book Iho man hud been killed by a fall from a building II Jo McCarthy has boon heard from and la living at Us Angeles Cal Col Win R Clapp retired died In Hartford Ct after an linens ot sev crul months Ho was hunt In Mentor Uq September 7 1830 Dr Jobn MoCIollan 92 of the class of 18C3 Yale college one of the old est graduates of that Institution died at his homo at Woodstock Ct The state department has received Information by cable that an attempt was made In Bogota to dispose of Pres Idont Reyes as an Incident to A plot for overturning tho governmont The Jury In tho United States court which had been trying W T Horsnoll and Royal D Stearns of St Paul for frauds In connection with South Da kota lands brought In a verdict of guilty against both men Miss Alice Roosevelts betrothal ring Is a solitaire diamond weighing a car at and a halt and said to be one of the finest stones in America Former Guy Odell came out with a formal declaration ot war on Presi dent Roosevelt and Gov HIggins whom he blamed for all the present troubles In the republican party of New York state A Lublgh railroad locomotive draw lag a southbound freight train while pulling Into a siding ut Van Uttoii N Y exploded Its boiler killing the fire Ulan and fatally Injuring four others of the train crew Business failures In the United Statue for the week ending December 21 number 236 as against 220 the pro vlous week 294 In tha like week ot 1004 and 243 In 1903 George M Turner was hanged at San Antonio TOT tor the murder of Mrs Kllzabath lyuch Tire llrUloh government In response to cuuimunlratloiiA from UK consuls at Riga and other Russian ports has au thorized thorn In case of danger tu charter vessels for the removal of Writ Ish subjects William Clark nail H McKlrlhan members of the construction crew ot the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad were kilted by a passenger train wbllo walking on the tracks at Kant Mollne III It Is officially announced that Her bert II D Pelrco will he appointed minister to Norway and that It Is prob ablo lie would bo succeeded as third intliUnt secretary of state by Charles Denby Col Andrew Gray Wilson 61 gen eral superintendent of the marine de partment of the Maryland Htcel Co at Sparrows Point died suddenly of heart disease at his home In Wilmington Uel Rd win J Taplcy a n firo wife mur deter was hanged at the county Jail In Jersey City N J Tho mar cud his cabinet reached a final declbiun regarding till nleMonil law deciding against universal und equal a iffiam and lu favor ut tile Mt totMriuB or IIltr raw nf promulgated Au gust 19- Tbo motion for a new trial In the Tagtart dlvoiec case was overruled by Judjjc Kason at W ostflr O Mrs Tug garts lit10m Of It who made the mutton took rxeepUox to the rtillajf with the aniHHiHiMMl Intention of itarrylng the case to Ute circuit court Charles R IMiler on a net lu tho oouuly hospital at Uukvmfleld Cal suffering tuna a wound presumably MlMnfllclnd haul admitted to Hup r IntoniNnt Uuekrenn that he ban tutor nMttlun us to Uio killing ot Coy nUl bel ot Kentucky which ho alleges would clear Caleb Powers former two rotary or state ot Kentucky now un der seutenco ot death fur complicity In this murder of roobnl The New York sitfircme court uphold the will of Wallace C Andrews Under the decision recorded the os Late valued at 1000000 goes to Ihu Andrews institute for girls founded by Mr Andrews In lAke county Ohio near Cleveland It Is reported that JQOO soldiers wore klllnd or Injured In two dynamit ed trains uoar StockiuanHkoff In Livonia Tho will of Sir Henry Irving loaves twothirds ot his estate ot 100000 to his two sous Henry U and Laurence IrvingA peculiar and pathetic fate hug overtaken the two children ot Mrs Mario Santangelo of Youngstown U who were forcibly separated from their mother by the workings of tho burnt gration laws The children ware to have been deported Tin rloo a hay of six died Thursday of scarlet fever and AsiuntA a girl ot nine la too 111 for the decree to be executed The central committee composed of representatives from tile Presbyterian Methodist and Congregational church es throughout Canada has agreed upon a codo of doctrines that will unify the three denominations Into ono great church Officials of tho socalled brick trust of Chicago pleaded guilty and were fined an aggregate of 18000 TIle company and a number of offi dais together with two labor leaders were indicted for conspiracy to do an Illegal act to prevent competition and to restrict the production and sale ot brick In tho Chicago market In tbe supreme court ot tho United States Justice Hat lan presiding In place of Chief Justice Fuller who was absent an order was announced set tint January 1C for argument ot the cause brought to review the ease of CaloU Powers Congressman Herbert Parsons was elected chairman of the New York county republican committee by a vote uf I22 to 288 Wm Hatpin tho retir ing chairman pledged cordial support to tile new head Rcport9 from Mazntlnn are to the effect that torrential Hoods havo de strayed n number ot villages In the stato of Slnaloa Mot occasioning mob damage to property and loss ot lifeIatrfalReynold a young mandled ifiiddenlyit Heart failure while box- Ing with Frank Shanahiu a friend In Phlladclphlrt THE POLITICAL STRIKE Russian Authorities Bewildered by Strikers Strength Vigorous Offensive CampalQn Against Revolutionary Leaders It Being Made Measures Taken To Prevent Disorders St Petersburg Dec 23It In dIm cult to Judge whether tho general vo Utica strike can bo ranked as a sue cogs or failure The outhorlllea are bewildered by the strength of tho strikers and tho strike has reached formldablo proportions in St Petersburg where oven according to tho of flclals over a third of the workmen obeyed the onler of the Workmen Council The strike loaders are con fidently asserting that tho others will bo brought Into line Immedlatoly The government however has succeeded In keeping railroad traffic out of St Petersburg moving with reasonable regularity Tho scanty dispatches received from the interior do not Indicate whether the order to strike Is moot 1nf with a general response which wilt be necessary to prevent it lash Ing In the pan like tho November strikeThe government while entering on a vigorous campaign against the rove lutionary leaders and making arrests by Oho wholesale maintains an air of calm confidence It has Issued areas curing communication declaring that all necessary measures have been taken to prevent disorders Tho pulctarlat organizations are marshalling all their forces The pre vailing Impression Is that with the limited funds at the disposition of the unions the strike must spread rapidly and enter a new and more violent phase or tho game will bo lost by the revolutionaries O neral December sad General Hunter are powerful allies on tbo side of the emperor at the prosont time just II s they were In the fight against Napoleon and It Is thought that the loaders will nut be able to hold their teen in line unless an Immediate vie tory Is scored or a conflict forced and bloodshedIn the striking railroad men and the lower classes like the cab drivers who see the bread taken from their mouths by the strike are already ui each others throats TO CONCEAL LOSSES Mutual Life Used the Profits From the Sale of Securities New York Deo 23 Additional lev Umony us to the management of tho Mutual Ufo Insurance Co was ad dulled Friday by witnesses before the Itigtalallve committee on insurance In ruMlRatton tending to show that the company used profits from the sale of BOQurltles to conceal the reduction boyk values of real estate or atI as Charles B Hughes counsel to committee called them Frauds Henilricks superintendent of the state Insurance department when on the witness stand said ho never had heard of such a thing and It had never been called to his atten tion Friday nfter audltoro of tho Mutual Life had testified to this fact Isaac Vnnderpool chief examiner of the department declared that ho had not discovered the matter In his ex amjnatlon of the company lost year when In his report be gave the com pany what was practically a certificate of good character He mid these manipulations of tho figures wore not apparent In tho books MANY SHOTS WERE FIRED Two Men Killed and a Third Terribly Wounded on a Train ML Cannol 111 Dec 23Pwo men were killed a third probably fatally Injured and ovary window was shot out of n passenger coach on the South em railway when two men in custody for larceny tried to escape by killing n constable Incidentally 25 passen sera In the car wore kept busy dodg lug bullets for several minutes train meantime running at high thaI When the smoke hud cleared Constable Kingston and Isaac nht ll one of the prisoners ware dead and Udward Marshall the other pris oner was probably fatally wounded cl bullet passed through the cap of a brakdmau but no one else was hanged Tho Date Set Washington win IlIIs Allco Roosevelt has announce to a hew par tonal friends Including one of her prospective bridesmaid the date other wedding which has flnaMy been- fizod for Saturday February 17 It will he a day ceremony The Sect Trust Cases Chluasn Dec 23The 21 persons and corporations indicted on charges of conspiracy In restraint of trade 1111 the meat business will go to trial Jan nary 9 1000 on their tonspecljl pleas for Immunity Open Door Secured Washington Dec 23 Through the efforts of the United States the open door has bent secured in 1C of the leading ports In Manchuria Including Harbin tho modern Itimlttn capital of the province the roust Important railroad center Prefers Hanging ro Life Sentence Waterbury Ct Dec 23 Charles J Uassett convicted of tho tnuniur of Thus l Lootowood the aged recluse rasscutcnccd to life imprisonment iVhcu convicted ho said ho would rather bo hanged than sontonocd fur life J IT ST T NEWS PICKUPS BOLD YEGGEMEN Crack a Safe and Take 2500 Leaving Only Some Pennies Corinth Ky Dec 22As the result of a bold safeblowing and robbery hero the Corinth Deposit bank is out 2500 Somo time after midnight the bank building was entered and the safo blown open with nltroglycerine and its contents rifled That the rob hers wero deliberate In their work was evident by the appearance of tho bank when Cashier Q W Tinned reached It For want of a carpet or rugs the cracksmen had walled up tho outside of the safe with books and folded newspapers to deaden the sound The sale contained 2600 In currency and some valuable papers One thousand dollars was In gold an other thousand In sliver and the remainder in paper money The cracks men took all tho currency with tho exception of a package of pennies which had evidently been spilled on tho floor THE MILITARY SCHOOL It Is Temporarily Moved From Ken tucky To Florida Ix ulsrille Ky Dec 20On tho first of the new year tho Kentucky military will move bodily but only temporarily from Lyndon seven miles miles from here to Eaugallle Fla whore It will be located for three months The moving of the Institution Is certainly a unique departure from all known rules and Is duo primarily It Is said to the desire of tho head of too school Col C W Pow lor to give the students a full military training which has not been possible this season on account of the uncer tam weather During January Feb mary and March there Is always an excess of rain and snow all of which would still further handicap the Instl tute HER PROPHECY FULFILLED Said That She Would Die If Placed In Bed and She Did Louisville Ky Dec 21Mrs Meg dalena Koch Schlembacher died in her homo here under circumstances which appear to fulfill a prophecy made by her several years ago and since repeated many times For years Mrs Schlembacher has lived entirely In a chair because of some heart trouble she had and which she declared would Immediately end fatally It she were put to bed However her physician prevailed upon her to allow herself to be put to bed Mrs Schlembacbor re luctantly agreed and declared as her head touched the pillow Ill be dead 20 minutes Her prophecy was not Iin from fulfillment she died within the hour A Change of Venue Refused Winchester Ky Dec 21 Special Judge John D Carroll of Henry coun ty held court here Ho refused the petition of plaintiff for a change of venue In the case of Earl Woodford against B P Schrlvenor and Sheriff Woodson McCord for 10000 damages for a horsewhipping given him by Sob rlvener Struck a Good Well Campton Ky Dec 21Salmon IWelsh who has been drilling for oil In this territory struck a well of tho gusher variety on the H C Garrison farm about two miles west ot this city after drilling two feet In tho sand Tho well flowedover the top of the derrick and continued to flow for some time Fatal Dispute Over Tree Paducab Ky Dec 22W M Pry or 67 a farmer was shot through the heart and killed by Mrs Ella Oholson a young widow in a dispute over n tree the woman wanted to cut down and which Pryor refused to allow her to cut claiming that it was on his land She surrendered Married Sixty Years Lexington Ky Dec 22lrs A M White of this city celebrated hot Slat birthday and is halo and hearty Her husband Is 78 years old and they cele brated their golden wedding In May 1895 and have now been married ovor 60 years They have no children Want It Annulled Dec 22Twenty borOlgtfttatlons of Louisville Lex- Ington and Paducah have signed a petition to President Gompers for the annullment of the recent State Feder atlon election and that a representative be sent lucre to Investigate Distilling Plant Seized MIddlesboro Ky Doc 21ChleC Deputy Burnside seized the remainder I Df the MIddlesboro Distilling Cos- plant They carry about 10000 worth 3f goods A former seizure was made I week ago- Meeting of State Executives Frankfort Ky Dec 22Gov Bock InI a state executives at Chicago February l next to discuss tho general subject- f insurance Dividends as Christmas Gifts Covlngton Ky Dec 22 Employes jf tho Citizens Telephone Co wero undo happy by tho receipt of sums of money equaling 6 per cent of their aiarles for one year It is paid as a Christmas wesent BOTHERING ELECTION OFflCERS Another Man Indicted on That Charge at Louisville Louisville Ky Dec 20Tle Jefferson county grand Jury indicted A II Miller on the charge of having pre vGUed James A Speed and W T AI den election officers from discharging tholr duties November 7 Patrolman Roman Leachman Llout Edward Hef fernan and Edward Tatham accused of election law violations were dls missed William Luvlsl and Robert A Locke Indicted pleaded not guilty ot having interfered with an election offi cer Each gave ball John L Coch ran and Frank Johnson under Indictment for election law violations fatted to appear and bench warrants were Issued for them Frank Rice Indict ed for haying violated tho election law did not appear In court and My cash ball of 500 was declared for felted FARMER GILBERT Testified He Had a Ccmpact With Feltner To Kill Fields Irvine Ky Doc 22In the ease = ot Moses Feltner on trial for the second tlmo for tho murder of Jeaso Fields the first witness called was Henry Thorpe who is serving a flve year sentence for murder His testimony was contradictory Farmer Gilbert from Breath Itt serving a Ufo sentence In the penitentiary for robbing and murdering an old Italian couple then took the stand Ha admitted that he and Feltner had a compact to murder Jesse Fields The prosecution has closed and the defendant Is now on the wit ness stand DESERTED THE BABE An Unknown Woman Became a Moth er on a Car Louisville Ky Dec 22A woman whose Identity is unknown became a mother on Brook street car No 336 She deserted her offspring at Fifth and Main streets and when last seen was making her way toward the river At Sixth and Main streets the child then lifeless was discovered by the conductor He said tho woman was middleaged and wore plain clothing She said nothing as she alighted from tho car but seemed to be In an almost tainting condition HENRY WATTERSONS DAUGHTER Weds Alexander Gilmour a Prominent Louisville Business Man Louisville Ky Dec 21MIS Ethel Watterson youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Watterson was Wed nesday married at Mansfield Mr Wat trsons country seat to Mr Alexander Gllmour a Louisville business man Dr E L Powell of the Church of the Disciples performed the ceremony The young couple went east for their honeymoon It was tho 40th anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs Watterson The infant Heir Wins Paris Ky Dec 20Tho noted Walla will case In Its second trial la the Bourbon circuit court culminated In a verdict in favor of tho Infant Heir by the second marriage Mary Duke Walls who had been cut off with lo 000 The Infant now five years old comes in for ther equal share In an estate valued at 50000 Working on His Message Frankfort Ky Dec 20Gov Beck ham Is busily engaged In tho preparation of his message which will be sent to the general assembly He has writ ten much of It but will not complete It for several days The message wilt be a long one and will cover the ground thoroughly Bank President Quits Louisville Ky Dec 21H a Trlsr of Glasgow president of the Trlggtta lionai bank who is visiting in the city announces that after 40 years service In tho banking business he has sold the major portion of his holdings and retired from active business 1 Hotel Property Bought Lexington ICy Dec 20A com parry recently formed In this city composed of Judge Watts Parker Judge J R Morton and George C Webb have purchased the Windsor hotel in Paris Ky and they will remodel till entire building Prison Labor Contract Frankfort Ky Dec 2IThestntB prison commission awarded a contract to Myers Bridges Co Louisville for the labor from 75 to 100 convict at the Eddyvlllo penitentiary for 3D cents a day each The convicts are to manufacture brooms Lenora Bank To Reopen Mt Sterling Ky Dec 22The Lo nora National bank which failed at Moreiiead several weeks ago will reopen January 1 W H Rice cashier of Olive Hill bank will bo In charge having purchased a controlling tutor est Editor ICStenographer Somerset Ky IXc 22 Rev Gee E Baker tho blind editor of the Moun talneer published here and Miss Let ta Carter his stenographer were mar tied at tho Carter house Rev O 11L Huey Baptist offlclattaB to Vr q II I t t t tIt I I I I I I I I I t t I I I II I I I I I I t + Eastern Kentucky News ILo corrpoIl4lIee pbUIlt4 IIIIln dined to taU by tilt wetter The urns Is not tot pubncatlos hilt a u tTl4nee of good faith write plainly Ij rIMI I 11111 r 1I1111111 t t r 111II I tIt lIlt IIIII H III I MADISON COUNTY HA UTS Dec 20 Christmas passed off very quietly Some of the folks here attended the Christmas tree at Davi- Branch Saturday Mrs A C Hart entertained few of the young folks Monday evening Mr and Mrs R L Richardson went to Berea Saturday night to attend the Christinas tree There will be meeting at J F McQueens December 81 at 2 pm Bradley Lake and Dalt Waddle vas lied friends on Clear Creok Saturday IIOIITOWN A tery successful Christmas cele bration was held at this place on Christmas day For some time young men from Borea College have been out on Sundays to con duct the SundaySchoeland this year Mr W A Adams has been Super nosslTb6ll0 from it and the Sunday School con nectodwith it a fine box of Bibles Teitamonta illuminated texts dolls and games for the tree The young people have been trained to sing lbexercises were varied by songs by Miss Ambrose and speeches by Mr Jackson and Mr Tupper Every erne seemed to enjoy the exorcises and everything went off without a hitch The general harmonywas marred only by the actions of one or tno young men who hadsecured some bad whiskey and were drinking just enough of it to keep them in the monkey stage of intoxication It is a pity that men showing all the marks of intelligence should put an enemy r into their mouths to steal away their brains till they make spectacles of themselves to grieve their friends and wake a laughingstock to their enemies Much credit is due to Messrs Adams and Ross for their faithful andearnest effort to help on the best lement in this generally intelligent community and there is every indi wtion that their efforts are appro slated by the people JACKSON COUNTY DUV11LK LICK Dec 26We are saving dry cold enjoyingChristmas for Santa Claus to visit the little presentsThemas tree at Pine Grove schoolhousoI on the 23rd and I tell you young gentlemen behaved wolti There were a good many girlsibroken up when he came but he hadI a good crowd on Sunday Mountain Dew as it is calledI Lade ita appearance a little am sorry to say it made its appearance among some of the leading church Bombers and not among the young men oithor1 B Jones the post nosier of Double Lick has been vsry poorly with something like kidney trouble George SparkssI school at Pino Grove closed dayThe young ladies of Pine Grove went over to Sycamore on Christmas day to attend a Christmas kooJolm Hammond has filed his tfflcial bond for Justice of the Peace and will be ready the first day ofI January 1COO to occupy the official bair lie says that he intends to doJ his duty in having all violators ofI the law punished especially those little fellows that love to hear their highwaytoa gun under their coat tails ThoI good citizens say that theywill stand by him and him to do his iuty as an officialL B Martin lebo BJatnmond and Wm Sparks went to town last county court and k going along Vm Sparkss mule jot scared in his feet uuir HOCK Dec2Wo are having lots of arekavingties down the swollen streamsJ L Baker of Brazil Ky has moved to this place Baker is a fine busiI sss man we all feel that our community will be made better immi gration of such men as Mr BakerIMiss Margeret Moores of Chestnut Flat visited at Kelleys and Bakers SundayMisslayHo 17 left Friday for her home at Welohburg Ky The Trustees on summing her register report the attendance the best ever known here J K Baker went to Irvine Satur day on business A boy by the SaturdayJayLalnbart and his brother were en gaging In a combat when Skinner attempted to keep peace between them Minter Lainhart carved Sklna r with o knlfo inflicting at wound that caused death in a few minutes by bleCUiug Rev Parsons filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Turner Kelloy tso spending Christmas holidays with friends in Middletown Ohio Misses Maggie and Flora Fowler visited at nighJolm I caught a wildcat Christmas Eve had he not taken time to run to the house and tell Mrs Tompson to hideAl ford Moore who has been teaching at Pond district loft Saturday for his home at Mnldon KyJ E Spark man closed his school Friday at this place with au attendance of 12 percent better than last year much the best ever known in this district SAND OAT Dec 24 Christmas is hero ant most everybody seems happy But after nil Christmas is very solemn andwe should celcbnio it iu humble manner Last Christmas saw many kind and familiar fa that we cannot see now Some ar absent only for awhile porhupN still toiling on through life having many trials and tribulations but many have departed this life and gone on before Ere another yea maybeschool at this place closed yesterda- with a nice entertainment A good number was present and all seemed to enjoy it fine Our teacher Miss Emma Johnson loaves today for Berea whore she will visit friends u short time before going to her home in Johnson county We regret very much that school is out and Miss Johnson in going away She is a kind and patient teacher and taught a good school We hope to meet her again in the near luturoJ R Durham closed his school at Indian Creek yesterday He came homo with u glalltimileJ F Dean who has been teaching school at Egypt passel through here yesterday ou his way home He also wore a smile and contemplates teaching in the college at Berea this winter Nearly all schools around closed last Friday or Saturday but there are some few that will not close for a week or two There was preaching at this place yesterday and today by Rev Rich ard Mobley A large congregation attended Mrs J R Durham is on the sick listAunt Jane Durham has been very ill for some time but convalescent Nathan Williams and family write from Illinois that they are well satisfied and like the country well and to make it more homelike they are going to subscribe for the Citizen and get the old Kentucky news There is too much sausage being mado we know theres going to bea wedding in this town before long A certain young man has been carrying a sausage millon his shoulder for the last three or four days Sunday included Many ofI the young folks of this vicinity are planning to be in school at Borea this winter AICOHV Dec 2IJMoat all the schools last Friday December 22 In this section of the county and at district No 50 where Miss Nannie Clickwas teaching A young man Abijah Skinner was cut with a knife his thigh and died in about five minutes while trying it is reported- to keep two brothers George and fightingMinterclaimedwas drunk This makes four men who have been killed on this ridge within a distance of about three miles and the cursed stuff whiskey has been the indirect cause of these deaths How long 0 how how long will this monster evil bo permitted to enter the homes of ourc loved ones and cause so many loving somethingbewaiting to see if something cannot be done for the stopping of intemperance while this fiend is opening the happyhomesdwelling with an unrelenting curse I curse that father into a maniac I curse that mother into a pauper I vagabmdsThollsands dragged out of respectability andout of purity and out of good character and into misery and shame by this boysdoCards Visiting cards can bo hBl1I at the Citizen Office Aluminum Case with your name engraved on it and fifty cards to fit in the case all for only 75 coats or 100 for one hundred cards and casej4Take Laxative and feel 0 K in the morning At Farter Drug Co v MORMON MOUAIW Bt a DuiUwi tJ Cutfert A recent convert to Mormonism makes the following statement viz To the Public My home is in Vicksville South nmptou Co Vu ram thirtyeight yens old and liars a family of 91 children My sisterinlaw 111111nfter the death of her husband and lof beesu fore the Mormon missionaries curne to my house and had found great comfort in the Christina life I was a member of the Christina church sometimes called tho Disciples members of my family were al GeorgeWhittlemon missionaries came to my house early in December 1SUO They have made their homo with me since they came until this time in May 1000 That is fife way they preach the gospel without purse or scrip There were six other missionaries coming often to my house and re maining several days nt n time They told us that wo must gather to Israel flee to the mountains that this was the commandment of the Lord They talked like Christians and I believed what they said and whoatcame come to temple and we ought to bo there doneeaway no one was in polygamy nor hind been for n great many years They told us wo could not live our religion in Vir ginia but ought to come to the SaintsyStatesyThey wanted us to come to the temple and be sealed to each other as hus band and wife and children They wanted me to sell alland come with my family We all joined the Mormon church and believed what the missionaries had toldus But I did not want to sell my little home until I had come to see They said I could take up as much land as I wanted when I came so I decid ed to come and sold all my farming implements my mechanical tools my horse and timber thatei had ready to work I got enough money to come and go backagain They did not want me to take enough for me to returnsaid I would like it hew I came on going to friends at Preston Idaho to which place they had directed inc I called at Mrs Whittles and learned that her daughter sister Jof our missionary was living in polygamythe second wife of Mr Pond I also learned that tho sister of Elder Taggart was a polygamous wife These facts startled me as both of the missionaries had declared to us again and again that no ono had boon in polygamy for a long time polygamy was a thing of the past If they had told me the truth I wouldnot have come to Utah nor would I have sacrificed my property- to come While visiting among the brethren- at Preston I discovered that the Saints would swear for I heard them They would aska blessing the table and presently begin to curse They would pray and awear right along I had never been used to that and it hurt ma President Snow the mouthpiece of God prophet seer and revelator came up to conference at Preston r thought now we will hear something good if ho does speak for God ho will surely nay something good and helpful But tomy nuprtso ho didnot lie talked all tho time about tithing They must pay up- It was money money money all the time 110 Gospel at all nothing about the love of God nothing about our Savior whom I loved IWBII sick and disheartened I couldneither sleep TOT eat The Saints wanted me to come to all their meetings but I could not The missionaries had deceived me Instead of a paradise I found tho Saints swearing living in polygamy and the young people were vilo beyond description Instead of tho prayer meeting they bad the dance Instead of the Gospel of lovo they preached money Iwent out and lay down in the fields crying to God myhomeAll these facts and conditions I found out from the Saints I did not go to any of tho denominations for information I hoardwith my own ears saw with my own eyes and sorrowed in my own heart Tho Mormon missionaries who profess to teach without purse or scrip cost me- a poor man with a largo family about three hundred dollars But I myfamilymade it possible for me to go baokI I dtcePtionlllj ofi News in Kentucky LYNCHING IN PROSPECT foung Man Charged With Attempted Assault on a Girl 27Mondayr ntrouth said to bo Arthur Vaughn of this city attempted an assault on Miss Jennlo linker who lives near En banks She had been to a Christmas entertainment Science Hill and was on her way home when the young man attacked her A force encounter en allsoconsiderably bruised She Anally so cured her freedom and ran Into the woods escaping him She wandered half the night almost frozen having on hardly any clothes and also wet from having waded several streams In soaroh of a house After many hours she found tho home of John Thompson whom rho told her story Chief of Poll co Hughes was not In formed of the occurrence until Tuesday morning when be and his aids began an Immediate search for the man Ho was found and a Uvcly oho + s ensued The poVIoomen tired several times but tho fugitive did not stop They chased him for several miles un lid he was lost sight of in tho woods Much excitement prevails here Many of the girls friends ami relatives are here and declare they will lynch Vaughn If ho Is found- MOONSHINER Cf ED The Prisoner and One of is Deputies Were Wounded Somerset Ky Dec 27John Mo Kea noted moonshiner operating at Greenwood Alpine and other prints In Pulaskl county while resisting umbers was probably fatally shot by Henry Holloway who brought him here to a hospital McKee seat officers word to kiss their wives before they came for him They approached and be tired a ahotun wounding Deputy Irioo In the face Several others charged wKh notations of the revenue laws wore brought here and lodged In Jail LEGISLATIVE CAUCUSES They Will Be Held In Frankfort on January and 2 Frankfort Ky Dee 27 Chairman Lewis MeQoown of the democratic state committee calls tie npeetlvo legislative eaumises for Monday eves tag Jaauary to aoMiaule eBors of the respective bosses and a joist eau ous for Tuesday evening Jaaory 2 for the purpoee of omlog a chairman and perfecting an organisation The senatorial nominations will fee takes up at a hater l8fUa Taulbee Took the Oath Jackson Ky Dee 27S S TAu bee county judgeelect took tile oath of ofllee Tuesday sad execwed bond with S J Crawford and P P Crawford brother of ShertffCiett Brock Crawford us sureties Partner taking of depositions IB the content bases will bo resumed A Unique Collision Jackson Ky Dec 27Pradk Ha Roy of Cannel City wa Wiled by a train Halley was coming toward Jaokson on a railroad vetodpedo and collided with tho train OB a grads He was a deputy sheriff of Morgan county and In the service of a coal company To Succeed Or Pleck Frankfort Ky Dee 7o1 riwk ham appointed II It Halting of Lex- Ington a member of the state board of pharmacy to succeed Dr Pleck of Covlngton whoso term has expired Hartlnga appointment was recom mended by the state board To Prove An Alibi Jackson Kyw Dec 71ohn Abner and John Smith under indictment for complicity In tho murder of James Cock rt II surrendered to Sheriff EM Callahan and wore placed In jail They My they are Innocent and that they will prove an alibi- Stepfather Arrested Winchester Ky Dee 7A negro child 3 years old waa burned to death here In IU parents house They bad gone away from home and locked It In The stepfather Will RIco WAS ar rested here charged with setting Are to the house Negro Desperado Dead Paducah Ky Doc 7John flee negro who fought a squad of police while barricaded In the watch tower of the Illinois Central railway dIed Tuesday morning from wounds sus tallied An operation was performed Monday night Aged Woman Dead Louisville Ky Dec Z7Sarab Crutcher known M Aunt Sarah colored the oldest woman In the state and probably In the entire south died at the homo of Mr Henry Harris near Pleasure Ridge Park a uburb of Louisville G A R Delegates Chosen Newport Ky Dec 27 Nelson Post No1 G A R mot and selected dele gates to the noxt stato encampment at Frankfort Peter Adams Frank Brlnkman John L Williams and Wil liam Owens wero chosen Courthouse Damaged By Fire Louisville Ky Dec 27Flre dam iged the Jefferson county courthouse md for a Umo threatened the complete ieitructioa of tho edifice The low ia MtiauUi svt IJWHW wMh M fdseitr M wo Berea CoIl egeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH or ALL Ovor 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest V College Library In Kentucky NOC SALOONS youngmotsTRADE SCHOOLS Carpuutry Printing Housework Nursing two years toCountyACADEMY COURSESFoiir years fitting for College for IjiwinoBa and for life toDnCOllnurootMUSIC Choral free Reel Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to lidlp all who nlll help themselves toward Christian incidentalfoe hebrowof 11 wreaks 3436 Pull term opunod September 18 CongregnUonulllt For information and friendly advice the Secretary WILL Ce GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky rOrrttrrkm rraryrKrKkrr as Orvtara aKKrrrrraatkrKp Ket moonsXGroceryftrI f We wish to announce that we will have on hand for die holidays a full line of fancy candies oranges bananas mixed nuts and a nice line of Christmas goods also hardware and hayW i D LOGSDON Q kilit R1i111i11 Ik1tbl IkAA7lt0i111111111111eG ithAkilAkitilRR 14i1 tAi1 AA d IkQ PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take 1fineofrdUi Womans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer Itrls matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In itrktfcst confi dent telling us all your symptoms ant Inpalndiet Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn GREAT CENTRAL f II IJere VUrquclUC ct L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains toTOLEDO AND DETROITTIIROUOH CARl TO Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs Cheap Houiefioakars rates to points in the West and South Inquire of C U 4D agents for full pnrticu lairs or address D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Beren College 00 acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log honed weathorbonrded with 2 fireplaces Good Orchard good Water good Bnrn and Well Fenced Is well worth 2000 but will take 1400 Call at onco on J P BIOKNELL Real Estate Agent I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of hells view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the fist bottle of Car duI gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a lone time CF anJ ILICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Talephouo No t Borta ICy FOR SALE Soo J W HERNDON for Cow Feed and Baled hay 3 milt from Baron ou Richmond pike PremiumsArrangements have loop made byrwhich some of the finest products of Tho National Art Company of Now York are offered as premiums to new subscribers These pictures are lea of famous paintings and are really what they purport to bo works of art As long as the supply lasts one will bo given tq each now oubsocibw who pays for ono year in advance1 k They aro ofall shapes and sizes from four by six to ton by twenty inches and thu most of them are in tended to bo fastened to a mat for framing They can bo seen by any ono calling at the office of the CitiiMt