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I Il1I1IBEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Men+ gor CO A Family Newspaper I jjj jrotIrtott mail mallrr H rr Q1f Eight Pages j t41f4I+b w =VOL VII Five cents n oopy DEREA MADISON COLNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 1900 One dollar a yearNO wl =IDEAS Religion will not keep tit all so lung M you keep it all to yourself TltoM virtues ore nt beta in a man which he iiMiiifmU at ltom Thurs n lot of diffwreuce IwlwefU a broad mind mill n swollen head Thu light of time olturvli low not dupuml on the oilinmi of the mini There tare people who never ippra elide the ruse until they apprehend tho thorn Many wiiiitfl are Moor Ixvaiwe their piety is not vigorataeiough to Und proNpitritr When folks get to fighting over creel lbunrury lakes his fortes to nnotlwr part of the field IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The United Staten District Court linn just dfiitinowi Captain William IL Van Schaivk to ten ycnn in prison fur criminal mlegligeacr in failing to Lave fire drills OH the ttamr Urn Kloruin which he command in June IINW when thai ntwitwr hum olwith the low of prrr 11NN lives It inn pity that a JIIClI this senlemtue coukl lint lx given to thorn behind Ca I Ulii Van Schaick the officer and nkKkuolilern i f the company woo in their greed reftMe to play for prop crjy equipping the ill fstMi nteatuer It will lie retiMMnltered that the hassle nn the boat were utilraiwd roiwt alxMita and that the lire priwenrera on hart would hardlyaupiatrt their own weight Gewrul Joaeph Wheeler who died in Hrocklyu last Thurwiay afternoon Was buried at Arlington on Monday afternoon with full military humors It in doiilitful if there in a citizen of the Unil d Slatee wbotiow tot mourn the death of this hero of two water Iamint mer hm militMry ntmrtl his action in nrvopting tb rMilt of the war of the IMtellioo pliur I him in the liar with Oenerala ler father and i won hneral iordou laid others who o mattiltHaitllll in ituniting the country Nftrr that war At the funeral frviw in Brooklyn Dr Stlrs Nail Thin NInie of the jmat orrMnutuH of our lie Nor we are nut to tumor the rnenuoryof a rate roan I do tiers Npcak to you of him principally MM u citizen Mateprmii or M tidier fcr the inert reel eta of hisili4 i ill Imurr Kxjuobt than any praise of ours wait IK It inof the innn 1 think at thin hour Wan I he eutithIiiIM called nntit It iwn tt difficult ft ryoutulhcillr III1JI lm linguifchti liy ootiragp without rash newt by nifMhim withtHit pride by gel tleneaa without MeaklUfw by ptttieote without licellefwnrea and by juti v Whichallajn petard tounn mercy He honor d man he trunttl man and to every man he wan ready to give his time hiNni tame his heart The Nrth gives hint unntiuted hon lit The mill wen in her grief ill proud of her ever loyal ton Cuba for Whoae freedom he fought oolin out her grief tiers the wares and toe wbol world jxiiwten for a moment today to decliire that this was a mss Lt tinre lie little of Mdiieaa here We are n 4 comluemora ting a defeat it IH the victory of lift the triumph of u noble character Time revenue moaaiire drafted in tho SpHinl I giwlaiive CUlnmlte mid now under coimidemtion by the Ufiieral Amieiubly at Frunkfort la provoking a good deltt rIlIh11111 rriticiatn The mx timi riiitini to the taxing of foreign ttrlloltiunM doing liutiiicHO ia Iniuf 11111 by rt pr w iiiitivi s of ueh fuiporntioim ditirrimiiiHtion againat thu Staten Ituildini and hewn AwwiiittonM IN charger by these intejenltd in suck nornxMatioiiN Ned it IB cluime that tho article of the hilt relating to lands up n which taxes an not luridi pruclintlly pn vidw for the coiittflca tion of HIICII IN11da Ther hiiM been ooH id iiibl die riiHniini in Vngreaa tf thf reammn why it WHN thought necisHarv by the Dcpartiniiit State U neud a dele gate to the Morroccaci Ionfnrence hilt this HivinH to have iiiinn to tin end fur the present Them will how ever Is additional Hjxechea on the Dotuinirnn ueatiou and the Isle of Piuen trcuty will 00011 up for en Pult ration this trek There will be nn effort to iimend lbiHO UN to pro tool the iutcrcxlH of the AIn rues on thu island hut there ill little like- Iihool that much attention will Ise Jinn thu petition of thrno for recog nitionTheru mu r Ins to ho n great 11 of excitement among the nianufictniTn anti swllira of jmtent inedtfiiie i er till bills Iwincproptmedin the dilfer cat state IegiJnturrs looking toward tho printing of the formula of Mud luodiciucw on the wnipjHrH Now without doubt there tire many patent Hied icinre of real merit brimehl mil there is just an little doubt that thTO nro othwrn of decidedly Imtuiftil iiualitiiH It is nai tho for 1atnla5 of the better clous of tho o medicines printed on the wrappers 4will place tho business of tho pro of these at tho IlIoro of imitatora aiMl plated Probably it will in n degree but not more so titan the buaiiiMs ofother holdurn of InIno na ao great n mnnbur of the Boonllud proprietory nwHlloiinw are of tliu tamp of tovariotw bittura Boothitig syrup and other deleterious com pounds Utat are stow Ibeing sold as remedies of real nnd ponnnnunt value it to bettor to protect tho people than tw iimkora We are in favor of this bill Veddiug prtmente for NINa Alice Rooeevelt are doming from nil parts of the world Cuba has just passed a hill for the appropriation of2iNNt for such a prwont tho Downier Eniprem of China baa seat nmgnifl cent broeadna and silks n jwir of Kentucky thoroughbred will go from friend in Ohio awl all wfch tho hpiitaif a botlItIaptuoriaUugtOtlUCKI dencea fur our ministers in foroign countrien Another daali for the pol8 to be made this time by meaufl orII dirigible balloon Frank n Noyau editor in chief of the Chicago Record Hi rahj laM directed Walter Well man the Waahingtou correaioiKlent of that jwper aa follows Uuild an airship go find the north pole and leport by wirehwa telegraphy and nbmarine cable thepmgrelss of our efforts has mat an engagement with Santos Dutuont to anpor in tend the eon HtriHtion of the airship and to go with him aa the navigator They expert to make the dash from the highcHt northern point tlivj OlIn attain with a Meam reaael FROM THE WIDE WORLD King Christian of Denmark died suddenly Monday iiM ruing ITtaw i eighty seven yenta of age and lad ruled over Denmark niuce 1S52 II- wN a kindly friendly uianof aimple habits nod gave his Iasgde a cease vative btwineaa admiuiirtratiou He 11 uuivenwlly mourned Not even VioUtia aaanure JntUaaltUjr talulettalwith reigning houses than ho HiM second eon William IB now tuowIut King Uenrge of Greece his rudest daughter Alexawlria ia now Quern of England Another daughtnr ia Dowager of KiiKitiii One of his grant is i k ingof Norway and another Prince f tieoige of Cireece in High Cotnini Moner of the Powers in Crete King Clin liun will be Miiecewled OIl the throne of Dnuiuark his eldest sou I Prince Fredarrati who is aixtytvo ill rs old The English elections are over sod Ibut ia an follows Union iMtH inciuiliug Couaeiratirea and Liberal UnlooJals UK Liberals 870 N1tLMoalisls81 UlMrit aSO The Liberals lIMO iiHsreaswl their strength froth 186 to 70Ii gRin of 110 ThiaUiopaaeaefClMiiibtulHdiB pmtectire aohmttt and is also token aa a for what lain bteoinetriumph I Little England I Chat W the party that ia oppowd to tlfritorialeJpanMon nnd in fmor of the building up of tint Empire as it ia now by careful oonvermtivv ad Diiniatration Count Witte has jut voiced opiit ilnre which indicate that he considers I the first gnat of revolution in Ruwlu jvint nitbout marked impairment of the Cwira authority He hits also wadit dear that an a result of the oneiou ure of Mixleratea and Liberals to give him sympathy and aid in titro I of stremi Iwill council thu Czar U Ite oxceetlingly careful about oon selling too much in the way of mod itication of auto niiir Hiwor It is thought by good Biithoritiiw that if the Russian Empire can finance itself through the jwriotl of transition Ibought to IM two or three years modineclreprUltll1laI more u jJlaee of MWor in the world A iiii veiuent in sonic respects not pnr111151e1 for several centuries ia tikukg place in Canada This is j tlie moveuimit for union be tween the PreabyterTnn Methodist and Congregational uhurchos in the Dominion A oonforunco taut during CMirirttmas weak and formtilatud common creed and agreed upon n pint forhannonizing tho dlvorso aye true of church polity administration and ministerial standing This notion on the jNirt of tho conference euljmitloltothenationaliNtliN by which it is expected thuyivill b adopted Canada is greatly ahead rC the United States in this matter though action is being taken hero for the union d tho Cougrcgationalists tin tinted Brethren and the Free I Methodists PACKERS CASE Edward Morris of the Firm of Nelson Morris Co With Others Gave Testimony SECRET PROFIT AND LOSS BOOKS Wus Required to Produce Them Before Commissioner Garfield For Inspection of CommIssioner Received Assurances That No Knowledge That Would Be Furnished By the Packers Would Be Used Against Them Chicago Jan 31 IWwnrd Morris rtoe president of the FatHU1k Can nine Co sad a member of the firm of Neienn Monte Co testified la tie packet caee that ha had bees re paired by QoMMidaahiaar CMrtaM to pnxiace for the InaaseUon of the com futoaiooar tea secret pmflt and low boob of bto otHMpaay attar Uw mass mlsatonw MIl prepared Ms report on the beef Industry He further declar ed that Mr OarieW had taken theoooka and bed liupwUd them lie told fln of rca4tlt8C the aswnuic from the conmlMBoner that no know wise that would be farnlahed by tie packers wowld be aced aajaliwt them of bow lit amv the InfonMttlon to the oommlaa1oar and Ma repree ntatlT B and then declared that Commlaaloaor OarMeU rcMrned to OhJoano with too greater part of his report In proofs wool he aubmltted to Mr Morris The witness e4d that he reed the proofs mind told Mr Oarfla4d that thr report waa correct Dooks Demanded By Commissioner The ooH nh kMier titer the w v asserted demanded that the prof arJ toes booM of the company be bm v to tbe downtown office of Slorr Oa for Ma InepectloB They w r brought sad the contmlaaloncr tX i these over- Tire statement that the oonUH i In- er had called for the secret boot if ar compleUac Ms report oaused A srI- s court but the witness ItwteUl 1u be was required by Conimli r OartteM to submit the booM to ir m t TIle other trltaesea et tHo 4v w U C Krawtboa woo wars on tin = i I Monday Samuel MonoberU trim of Armour Co and Chat r Dawea former oontroltor of UM uryI and now pro ident of the t aI- I Trust Co of thin city Bo lr Dawea and Mr UcRoberte Iredwith much empbaelt that they ad heard Commissioner OarKeM a tare that lAY Information he mlflbt pro care from Ute packers woahl not be used aaalnet them MUTUAL RESERVE COMPANIES The Life Policy Holders In Illinois Form An Organization Obloago Jan Z14rhe Uto Iniu sane Policy HoMerH aafooiatton of IlMnata wits formed hero for Ute pus pose of obtaining representation for the nallay hoMera In the nine mutual reawro Insurance companies doing- buitaee In that state An oxedutlv eommlUeo was eteated wbteh will In corporate the now oMooJation and draft by laws The object of the aeaodatton U to elect trustees In all of the mutant rid serve companies to represent the poll Icy holders This will be dono by electing a board of directors who will bo anipowerad to use the proxies of the policy hollers In the aaeodoUon These treatise will keep the policy holders Informed of the affairs of the companies through the oaeooiUoi nnd will protect In ovary way pomibli their luterostfl POSTAL PROGRESS LEAGUE The Fourth Annual Meeting Was Held In Boston Boston Jon 31it tho fourth on j nual meeting of tho Postal Progress League held in this city Jamie I Cowloa the ooretary of the league I reported that the lenguo is now send ing to different organisations through out the country a resolution demand lag that tho resolutions now before the national house of representatives providing for the consolidation of third and fourth class providing for the consolidation of third and fourth class mail mnttor at the third class rate one cent for two ouncoe as recommended by the post ofllco department should be onaoted Into law immediately Should thte bill pass tho rate on general merchandIse would be roduo cent IHeld For Giving Rebates Jan 31 William 11 Boaloywaa held In tVOQQ ball for the May term of the United State dl tract court of tho eastern district of Virginia on a charge pf giving conces dons and rebates in the transporta ton of lumbar on tho Suffolk Caro- lIna railroad of which ho Is doot Can Do Business In New York Albany N Y Jan 31 Suporln tonclont of Insurance Francis Hen drlcks admitted the Western Ueservo Insurance Co of Clovoland 0 to transact the business of fire insurance In this state It hits a capital stock I of 200000 ASCENDS THRONE Iuijt4 Frederick Declared King 9r Denmark With Appro m priatc Jcroinon- yyl TIE DEAD MONARCHS REMAINS It Sflfl Lies In the lied in the Ialaoo lu Which lie liraathod t Ills Last FOIIOtsthe Wish of King Christian the Pvnaral Will Be Attended With Little Ceremony En e tornbmcnt In Fortnight Gopeohaaaa Jan 81 Tha MW J- dVok VIII now silla evar Den fMMfc IUe aceeeaioa haa bees halted aMcentonycart lan fX Is the predonioeat eAtl- mallt The overwfeetalnc arUf of the- M 118 membera of this remark solo Halted family Is refIeeteff In only tMUBtt7 leaner degree la every home to Oopenlaum from the rtcheat to be pooreat and only words of Wad IiM are heard when the dead mon lush U spoken of IVrotiRbovt tile eartler pUt of the day jthe lugubrious tolHnc of hen the- hopaIng of miaute fnne the nnlverwtl Ttdwcea of moamlag and the etac Mttoo of biMlntta even amid the fltra svlr owUraetlng acclaim for th- eitk1ft told strongly of the deep the people of Denmark for the nation whose remark q r had ended ao suddenly ii a umber of the AtteUenhorg j 0 ie body of the king lies tn a bed In which be broached The door of the chamber la ty the kings adjutants M a lonor A coverlet of simple talk made by Ohrtatlaha been Louise is spread over which t + placed amid the turroundiniEB The dead mon ritroa are unchanged and areas If in a sleep otter loan i1The Funeral r1 ag the wishes of King Chris I r funeral will be attended with waealA1eeedy whteb will Melt In a eon Wednesday will actually He In tale but prior toe entombment which ta expected to- take plane In about a fortslfbt It will hv visited by the chiefs of state The l uoheas af Cumberland daughter of Kras Chriatian arrived late Tuesday evestiag She drove to the palace Craw tile railroad etaUon and lasso diatdy visited the death chamber Her aorraw wry very teat and It ww with dltfleulty that abe wan removed nbbinc from the bedside where ahe bad kneeled for a full hour ia prayer Time burial will take place In the cathedral of RosaWWe beside Queen l oidee la the chapel of rederiok the Ifth King lleafcoa of Norway Queen AU exan m of Oaaland and law George of Or4e asp expected ta arrive in a few dAff M weU aa a number of other primx Md pHMeaaea from the oon tineutai capital It la thought that the emperor of Russia will attend die funeral but title I uncertain It la annovaoad that Bnperor WilUain ill be praaant tn pinion owning in a war ship which be will oooupy during his stay lung Pradertok VIIT who Is a great admirer of the United State Tuesday exprnaand bhnaelf aa being especially affected by the condolaneea of Preel dent Reoaevelt ID bebaJf of the Arson can nation I SENATOR WARRENS MISTAKE Innocent Transgression of Rules Re garding the Houses Prerogatives Washington Jan 31An innocent transgression of the rules guar lag the prerogatives of tile house emitted when Senator Warren of Wyoming escorted Preatdent lUxMwr Its two sisters lira Cowtee and Mrs Robin priIIerectly reserved for members that theI rides forbid the speaker to entertain s lootkm to admit betters Senator Warren noeuatomed to the practice of the senate to entertain guests in ube marble room which corresponds partyihis guest Aaeiatant Doorkeeper Kennedy with apotogiw wtorted diem hurriedly beyond the deadline and to a place in the gallery reserved for Ute president and Ida friends Coming To America Peking Jan Z1The iloagoUan prince Taebl Lao of IM in Turfeeatan wino i K oea to go to Amarka to threeIempress dowager who approved his plan and presented him with money for his expenSea Arms Found in a Synagogue VladtoftvwMO Russian Polled Jan 31Afr an unucceaful attempt OB the life of Sheriff Poproffsld the po lire soarcbod a synagogue In which iUy find a quantity of arms A flue theL aC4 e + to oo54 I 4ot 1- J wM1wq rMpTt A GLLMIYtT1tWlr 1 MMf tcAi irAI awimus I kjo tolirtlie3Jan 4 106 tDid you know that we issue money orders payable anywhere on the globe with e out cost or trouble to the payee i Our rates are lower than the post office or and 4 given is more satisfactorypThe following are our ratesttforsumsnot l exceeding 5 3c Over 5 and not exceeding 10 St Over 10 II rn II 208c I IOverOver 40 II II U 50I5c + Over Sort II r1 6o lie Over 6or II II 75 2OCtOver 75II II II 100 Please cut this out for future + reference I CashierI L 4 4- 0MM + + d120 O r4 rI 1HATSDid you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This te because their hats dont suit them Wo can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and comploocSon Our Prices are Never MatchedJV Granulated Sugar 00 Gold Modal Flour 60 Obelisk FlouroMea-l 4 2G Diamond Ooffoo 15 and up Building Parwr that Imnltiinastorcs gall at 40 to 60 eta we sell 35 Did you over notice your neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading at WELCHS P SSnnla Claus is stopoiug at our plneo III oOYpYOtt00tOtt0 aOttO YODtOg0i o YO + OM05OIOYO VOYOi QYOItO VOttOat N o os o- R 0 a nrtThe I Q 0 g 0 aoofgo RQNo2Big Four defied anyone to cut the price v- q of meal below 6oc Our price was 50C 0i e- q No 3The Big Four was selling barbed wire tit 325 My price was 290 o- a 0 And still you ought to buy your f Q goods of the Big 4 g 0 o c Qi x g A P TTLpJro i o 0Phone40US I 0o7toRoiloRotolooaoSSOLtoloohoRoitoitoRORoaoAOSSOtoaoaoaoSt i 1 AND HIS JBERTIEi l By JOHN WORNE Copyright ipoj by Joseph B Uowlet Now youve dono Il sold Bertie reproachfully leaning back In the carriage as they drove off to tho taken Done what 1 asked Eva Married me sold Bertie You suggested It said Eva Who was the fellow who said a lot of foolish things and never did a wise ono 7 Whoever ho was ho probably hold his tonguo for tho first halt hour of his honeymoon For a few minutes there was peace and love Eva broke tho silence 4 wish you were not quito so concocted dear Is that quite fair You know I have always admitted everything you havo said about my nose My af fectatlon of conceit is but a cloak to my rank humility And a very good one too saidt EvaVery well said Bertie very fwell If ones own wlto The expression was so novel and delightful that they joined in em phasizing It In the usual way If ones own wltc Bertie con tinuedPeople can see In at the windows said Eva moving further away from himAll right were married How are they to know That seemed reasonable- If ones own wife sees through one he went on in an injured tone J where on earth is one safeV And if ones wife doesnt see I through one who on earth Is there to Improve one by frank criticism Oh said Bertie you married m- el to Improve me I did not altogether despair a This is a pretty state of things said Bertie and again this is a pret ty state of things I marry a wife he moaned and suddenly without warning she sug gests that she can improve me Never before has anybody suggested that I could be Improved Was it so hopeless 7 He stared blankly out of the win dowWe can still be friends she said r Friends IIhe echoed Friends r That it should come to this that It should come to this Need you nay everything twice need you say everything twice she murmured drearily- I thought many things but I never thought wo should be friends Things often turn out better than we expect The carriage drew up He looked out This seems very like a railway station Where are you thinking of going for your honeymoon 7 I was thinking of Sir John Ward laws little place near Torquay Really he said with some show ot Interest How awfully jolly May I get you a ticket 7 Thank you very much And one for my maid He went to the booking omce and was back In a few minutes with the tickets Thank you she said And where are you thinking of going for your honeymoon 7 I Oh I havent quite made up my mind A run down to Margate perhapsa little whiff of the briny as married men say His man Samson came up at the moment to mention that the luggage was all in Who told you to put mine in tbls trainSamson expressed no surprise but admitted that he had done it on his own Initiative misled by recent events into a false Inference of fact It Is very good of you eald Eva to come and bee me off like this Not at all said Dertle anybody In my position would have done as much and more Bertie raised his hat with a cheer ful smile and the train was gone He turned round and found Samson sitting on the largest portmanteau scratching his worried head Is any body likely now asked Bertie to mistake us for a newlymarried pair No sir but if that was the object sir aint the means to It rather strong Bertie took a turn up and down the platform When Is the next train to Tor quay ho asked abruptly Samson replied with alacrity Four thirtynine sir- Threequarters of an hour Bertie grumbled Get tickets He had de cided to forgive her At last the 439 was ready to start Bertie approached the guard and gave him halt a crown That Is for you he said if you promise to do your best to overtake the 327 before It gets to Exeter- It was a magnificent race The 327 had had little more than an hours start and of course saw no special reason for unusual hurry The staff of the 439 were bent on earning each man his share of the half a crown As they swept shrieking through Swindon Bertie caught a glimpse oft handsome girl standing In the lamp light by a pile of luggage on the up platform The vision went like a flash He leaped back and rushed for the guard lie saw It all It was Eva who had got out at the first stopping place and was now waiting for the next train back to town This train must bo stopped said Bertlo hurriedly but firmly 7 The guard said ho was sorry but I tell you this train must be stopped at once Where Is the engine driver Every second means railed The guard acknowledged the com pliment on behalf of tee company It would bo live pounds to do It sir Then I will have fiveS pounds worth exclaimed Bertie dancing aboutVery good sir said the guard do liberately folding the noto and placing it in his official portfolio Tory good sir we are now some ten miles from Swimlon and you can walk back along the line If nobody notices you I will signal to the driver HI Whoal said Bertie pausing In his frenzy P haps I had better go on to Exeter It was about 1130 that evening when a weary and indignant figure presented itself at the police station which supplies Portman Square The superintendent was an old friendGood evening sir be sold genial ly What can I do for you this timeLend me a uniform said Bertlo This was done without difficulty Anybody In need will always find tho police most accommodating Shortly afterwards a policeman with a largo holmet which came down over his ayes and an overcoat with a collar which turned up covered his mouth and chin knocked loudly at tho door of the house where Evas father lived John looked out into tho night I understand that Mrs Bertie Pilklnghame is within ho groled tho policeman Yes sir said John and theyre all awonderin what you meant by leaving her to go on her honeymoon by herself sir Aka foiled on the threshold said the policeman heres a sovereign for you Show me in If they havent gone to bedShall 1 take your coat and hat slr7 How the deuce am I going to dis guise myself Beggln pardon sir didnt notice they was a disguise So John ushered him Into the draw ingroom where Eva was talking things over with her parents Just before going to bed All three looked up in surprise What on earth is this asked Mr RowenA policeman sir said John Eva rose In some alarm Good evening sir an ladles said the policeman What what is the matter faltered Eva- I ave to do my dooty owever ard n WHAT 13 THE MATTER It goes agln the grain maam Is there a party ere name of PUking hameMrs Pilklnghame Thats me said Eva hurriedly Vhat7 It Is my painful dooty maam to take you into custody for desertln yer usband maam And he held out the envelopeWhat is this7 said Mr Rowen taking the envelope from Eva and reading Its contents This Is ad dressed to Mr Pilklnghame from Som erset house Inland revenue office Dear Sir With regard to your In come tax return we have reason to believe that you have considerably un derstated your Income from HII said the policeman thatB the wrong warrant Eva cheered up suddenly at the un expected change in his voice She knocked his helmet on to tho floorI knew it was you all the time she said What Is the meaning of tomfooleryWell Bertie you wouldnt let me in and I had to get In somehow Youll admit that We bad better leave you to settle it yourselves said Mr Rowen Ive always warned Eva but she wouldnt listen said Mrs Rowen And they retired You must admit said Bertie that In tho whole course of our married life Ive never done such a thing be fore therefore Is it likely that I should ever do such a thing again Your conduct said Eva Is In tolerableNo not now It may have been but the point Is what will It beT That Is the point said Eva rue fullyWould I havo worn these boots It you had not broken my heart She looked at the boots which were squaretoed and unfashionable Poor darling that I should have driven you to that Wo leave them In each others arms CALLING MOOSE flow Skilled Hunters Fool the Big Animals and Oct Them in lunge of Their Guns The time to call the bull moos Is from the middle of September to tho middle of October and sometimes inter It is tbo habit of the female ntvthat time of tho year to seek open spaces on tho hills at cundOwn and glvo voice to a mellow but farsounding cry This Is tho signal to the male and the call Is not often repeated before some shamb ling bull is beard crashing through tho brush his long split hoofs rattling at every step on his way to the rrodnvoun This peculiar cry explains the Phila dolphin Press the hunters have learned to Imitate with greeter or less degrees of exactness and made it an agent for luring their game into am THE SHAMBLING DULL COMBS CRASHING THROUGH TUB DIIUSU bush The call Is made by moans of a born rolled out of birch bark to mouth which perfectly requires long and con stant practice Tho hunter when an adept at sound log the mooso love song simply hides himself at a favorable spot In the wil derness with hIs gun In readluoss anti blowa the horn As bo hears the bull approaching generally pausing in the brush at Intervals to listen for the call nod get his bearings the caller needs all his nerve and unfailing lip The call must be tempered to the ap proach of the bull and one false note is never lost on that wary lovers true and cultivated car No cow moose ever slurred a note or sang too flat or too sharp floating her Invitation to her mate on the crisp air of an autumn evening and tho slightest variation either way In tho sound will send the expectant brute flying like the wind away from the treacherous trystlng placedisappointed perhaps but not BO much so as the hunter whose fatso lip lost him the coveted prize Tho female mooso rarely calls after dark the exceptional Instances being on light moonlight nights Consequently hunters seldom try to lure a bull by calling after night has rome on If a bull can be induced to answer a moonlight call however the excite ment of the sport Is Increased There Is something decidedly wend and uncanny In the sound of the startling call echoing among the hills their tops flooded In light and their sides and bases wrapped In Impenetrable shadow and the answering bellow of tho bull as It room out from the very depths of the shadow At the huge ant mal approaches from the wlldernoM and finally emerges from tho moonlit open the nerves even of the expert enced hunter are strung at the sever est tension while to the novice the sue pense is simply agony FEEDING THE LITTLE LAMBS New Hampshire Jersey Cow Whlcti Has Adopted Two Little Woolly Waifs A recent Attraction nt the beautiful summer homo of F B Shed on flay hill Nortbfleld N II was a member of his famous herd of Jersey cows act- Ing as foster mother to two small lambs their own ewe as sometimes happens having refused to rear thorn Mr Stioilds puro bred sheep have been his special pride and there was COW AND TIER POSTER ClIILDllttN consternation for a tlmo for fear the two deserted lambs could not Ie brought up unless tho task was per formed by hand a difficult feat to accomplish One of the gentle Jerseys however came to the rescue by ac ceptlng the place of foster mother In a most kindly spirit The lambs wero taught to look upon tho Jersey as their mother and after a few visits that filled for them toIgiven their freedom Mr Shedd is a prominent business man In Lowell She Knew Dot can you tell us what thus spells Refrlgcratqr asked the teacher one da- yWbyerer stammered Dot Come come child answer quickly What does your mother put the cold meats and vegetables in Hash promptly answered Dot A Good Indoor Game A good game for Inloors is for each player to Imaglno himself an inani mate object and describe It without naming It and the rest of the com pany guess what you are For In stance I am black three cornered and heavy A flatiron t TABLE FOR BOYS ROOM One with Drawers Which Can Behead Sly Constructed from Plain Deal Boxes A table which may bo used for a general stowaway as well as for studying and writing Is just the pleca of furniture a boy needs In his room One Is shown hero which any boy can nako for himself Got two plain deal boxes of equal size and stand TUG DESK IN IIUlIniNU thorn on ond a little way apart Make a top to go on those o n size so that the cads and CHIRM will project two or three inches beyond the bozos Fig 11 The top should have a rectangu lar piece of darkgrnen cloth glued to It in tho manner shown Fig 2 leaving three Inches or more of tlio wood to show all round the cloth The wood can bo stained a walnut color If desired The interiors of the boxes are sow to bo fitted with drawers as shown In Fig 2 and drawer pulls should be placed upon the front of these and the whole front and sides of the boxes be stained the acme color as the top This will make a fine writing or reading table and tbo drawers will be roost convenlont for holding tho boys treasures writing material collections of this that and the other thing his Camera and TUB DBSK FIXED FOR DttAWKlia photographic material If the amateur carpenter In not clever enough to make tho drawers says the Farm ers Review tho boxes can have curtains of art serge In front of them and they can be used for storing books magazines and many other treasures a boy prizes BOBBY THE HUNTER Why He Concluded He Would Prefer Shooting at a Mark Than at Birds Bobby was will with excitement Ha was going Into the woods a reel sure enough camping wit with pine booth for beds and things eooksd over a camp fire and hunting aced lhlhlsg For one thing bee wouldnt fin Qt marks say longer Ile would gtt real game and cnicb real fist and wbm Uncle Jim toW SOBM of his bear yarns be would have a yarn of blown to spin- Out he had no Idea the woods eonld be so awfully lonomm It took him two days to go five trees away from tho tint by himself He couqted the trees because then he could count backOn the third morning he closed his tips firmly cad walked IS trees from the tent Then he sat down with an arrow titled In his bowstring and walled Undo Jim always wont Into the wildest part of the forest for his hears and things and this was oar tatniy wild and remote for ho could only barely see the camp kettle hang Ing under the forked sticks Prasently a beautiful blue bird al most exactly Ilka the bluejay In his picture book flow to a low branch not ten feet away His eyes glistened as he stretched tbe bowstring lIe would not be play nuner any more but a real one Tile biuoay cocked his head on one side and nodded Bobby stared and then waited to admlro tho beautiful mark- Ings of the wings and heed He remembered how the gamo which Uncle Jim brought into the camp looked sort how sorry be felt when he saw the poor limp forms and closed eyes Would this beautiful bird look that nay after ho shot It Slowly too bowstring slackened lIe roso and walked thoughtfully beck to camp Uncle Jim was mending a not Woll Mmrod Undo Jim called what luck 1 Hobby nustied but his voice did not fatter Undo Jim he said I believe Id rather shoot at marks Boston Globs JACKIES LOAD He loaded up his can with block And played that It wu ooal And tvkcu he paused by mammas chair A kiss was paid for toll Sad when he loidej them again lie played they carried toys To nave around at every house For little girls and boys Ote day his mamma said Mr dear What now li In your cars T He whispered Please keep Awful itlll Thl is a load of stars Marie Loulie Ward in Detroit Free Vrt J BREEDING CRATE directions Given by Government Pub lication for Construction of Good One Several requssts have been made for description of n breeding orate for swine Tho Illustration and de scription are taken from Farmers UrtKBDINQ CRATE Bulletin No 206 Tho beet size is G ft long 2 ft 4 in wide anti 2fc ft high It Is mado at 2x4 Inch scant ling closed In front open behind On each side null a 2x4 strip reaching from tho bottom at the rear ond to a point about 14 or 16 Inches from tho top at front end for tho boar to rest his feet tin The holes In the side cleats are for an Iron rod to run through just behind tho sows hock Joints The cut shows bottom boards put In lengthwise If put In crosswise the board will not slip so much light slats nailed crosswise will answer tho purpose FEEDING DAIRY COWS Two Mistakes Which Are Commonly Mado and Which Cut Off the Profits Thero am two common mistaken rondo In feeding cows first not feed lug liberally enough second feeding n ration net properly balanced says C II Mcfctar of Missouri In the Prai rlo Farmer It has been found by ex periments that about 00 per cent of what a euw can eat is necessary to merely maintain her without produ Ing any milk or gaining In weight This being true It la evident that It Is net economy to taxi only a little moro than this M per soot needed to keep up the cows body Below are gives balanced rations that will furnish tile Malarial neces vary to produce milk In about Ute right proportion Ily UM terra Hra teas It HHHt tits toad for II hours If a cow wtll not give a good flow of milk In the early part of the milking period when ted a liberal amount of one of those ratloas It Indicate that she is not adapted by naive to be a dairy animal sod abe shoold bs dls posed of The amounts gives are con sidered abort right for a cow giving from M to t6 pounds of milk per day Par hoary milkers these rations are to be Increased and reduced for light er milkers In ranking up these ra dons It ta designed that the cow be given practically nil of the roughness she will oat and then nlkhBt grain Is added to furnish the necessary amount of digestible material 1 Clover hay M pounds bran 6 pounds earn C to 8 pounds 2 Clover hay 0 pounds oats 4 to B pounds corn 6 to 8 pounds 3 Clover hay SO pound corn and cob meal 8 to 10 poutfvfc gluten or cottonseed meal 2 pounds 4 Alfalfa or eowpea hay 15 to SO pounds corn 9 to 12 pounds C Alfalfa or cowpea hay 10 rounds corn stover 10 pounds corn 8 to 10 pound and bran 2 pounds HEN CACKLES Tho pullet la the winter layer Old hens seldom lay In winter when egg arc scarce The farmers hen compotes for prec edence with wheat poultry products aggregating half a billion dollars In value A combination of treo fruit poultry and bees In the hands of a capable person boats tho band as a money maker For bowe trouble give fowls copper is water aId for swelled heads qui nine pills one twograin quinine pill will usually euro a hen Tho first year Is the most profitable year In the life of the ten With good are a pullet will lay 160 eggs Iba first year 100 the second and but CO tho third Drenching Plants The little squirts every few minutes are worse than useless They wet only a small part of tho soil and tho re maunder often becomes actually dry When tho pot will make a ringing sound If struck with knuckle Is the time to soak them Then do It thor oughly and stop Why you drink only when you are thirsty not all tho time Orange Judd Farmer Prizes for Corn Growing It la reported that a number of farmers In Illinois havo each put up 350 and agree to plant 20 acres ot corn Tho monoy Is put Into a bank und at the end of the season the corn Is measured and the monoy divided into five prizes The Profitable Hen Tho young Inexperienced lien Ii the pro able hen The poultryman who falls to take this fact Into con sideration will Inevitably fall c PROFITS IN APICULTURE 4 They Are Sure and Largo Whore Proper Attention Is Oivn to the Business Can we be mistaken when we say promising y field of apiculture Wo boliove this to bo true but we are well awaro of tho fact that hero are many who fall a greater per cent than in moat any other field Wo can scarcely agree that It should to counted as a part of the farm work but It should be a special ty If one u tones to make It a success declares the Ohio Farmer Succesf can only bo attained by a poison who Is a lover of the bee and Is willing to learn the trade and does not fear a few stings Try yoursolf and see whether you can catch a bee and mako It sting you on tho back of your hand without follng a little bit nervous If you can you surely are all right as far as leer le ooncornod Tho experience ot another year has shown us that It Is useless to keep a great number of bees In any old hivo that they may happen to be in Wo have also learned again that the people as IT rule ean scarcely believe that a nun who claims to get nearly WO pounds of honey per colony per year Is doing It honestly but they seem to believe that feeling is resort ed to that sugar is bought by the bar rel sad fed to the ben to make them do so well We approached a man the past spring who had 31 or n colonies ot bees offering to furnish the supers anti combs for his bees and to divide the honey taken during the season equally between us assuring him that should there bo a good honey How each colony could ylelJ 100 pounds or more He Is free to tell us now that he thought and eamo very near telling us that we would have to haul several barrels of cheap sugar and feed them as wo did ours at home Ho was finally persuaded to let us try 15 colonies keep- Ing 1C to attend to himself Intending to sea whether wo could get more honey than he could The result la that from tho 15 colonies we obtained over 5800 pounds of honey and from hto 16 colonies ho obtained very little If any over 200 round There are others with whom the result IB nearly the same These men at least have faith to believe that during a good honey flow bees can be mado to pro dues a lame amount of honey with out any dishonesty being connected with It A writer In Oleanlnis In nee Cul ture adrcKaiea sine frames In a tn frame hive another In the rams paper advocates wider spacing pJndng only seven frames In a tenlaw hive We advocate eght frames as the toast With this spacing the flllod combs will be as heavy as ean be easily handled The eight frames will Mil yr four frame extractor twist as the school they hoe in and It you hun thru au pen on a strong colony you san take about 1M pmind of honey at park ex t ratlins toner should not bo extracted until well ripened In the hive and nearly all capped over thosujh If you have a good house for ripening hooey where you can nave It as warM as 1M Ogres tIF nearly every linT for a week or more alter extracting then we do not 1 welt for U all to be nipped by tM bM but extract u soon as the eombs are about onehalf mapped over Wfl are moro and more convinced that there is no other can IUI handy I the common milk san holding about 1W pounds of honey far hauling lion ey from out apiaries These cans are strongly made may be handled by ono man and easily and quickly emptied Into any tank you may have White clover bonny should be kept separate from other flavors ns It is more salable Is higher In price and no lover of hon oy will over tiro of Its use The first season has given us from 100 colonies of bees about 15000 pounds of honey Say Mr Editor are we mlstakenwhen wo say that there It no Sold more prof itable than apleultuic HOMEMADE COAL HOD How a Grocery Box May Bs Made to Do as Good Service as a Store lIed The cut shows a grocery box fitted with a hoop handle and two sloping which great Inside parUlIolII sides since as a coal to o shoveled up readily as the shovel can always bo run under the coal along lute sloping boardsFarm Journal liege and Tuberculosis The attention of Wisconsin dairymen has been called to the fact that It Is possible for hogs to contract tubercu lode from drinking sklmtnllk or but termilk after cows affected with this disease For this reason It Is very Important tua every creamery put in an apparatus for pasteurizing butter milk This will give the disease a heavy setback and prevent Its spread In many casesiStock Like Them Too We all like to have as many vegeta bles to eat In the winter as we can wo fool bettor for the fresh food Tho stock are just like us In this respect They miss tho fresh juicy grass of the pastures Lets do our best to glvo thorn roots along with the dry hay They will pay us back In good mHlte and butter Farm JournalIThe free use of straw for bedding In creases the manure pile and tares much fertility which would otherwisesbe lost i mn Stopped lilt 1npor A subscriber to the Citizen has written to us to stop Bonding tho paper to him because of its change of policy Ho says that he dour not care to aid or encourage In any WilY a pnrty that tins stained Kentuckys name with a darker stain than that of any othor except the ono which tins given such onroful protection to tho criminals who are refugees from Justice Now wo have nothing to say in ro gard to thu aAIMIlilinRtlun of Governor Guebul except that if a party Is ro Rponsihlo for tho action of its indi vidual iiutnburstho Ditmocnitiu party IIIIH much to answer fur not only iti KiMiliifky but in ovary hart of the United States No one deprecates UMn 8iimtiou or any oilier forte of lawlottsnuftfl mure thou the oditor of the Citizen and those with whom he is associated but the matter of ohoieo of a lJlltiollllHlfty is ono that must bo decidiHl upon broader line than those montlonudby our friend When the writer aunt hie first presidential vote fur General Hnnoook cud litter when ho voted for Mr Cleveland thorn was no one in tho country more proudof tho principles his party represented But lot us sou what has oome to vsince then When at the olose of his first admiuis trillion Mr Cleveland in Iltlte of tho cowardly protest of his advisors declared the oltoy of the Demooratto party to bo tarot for revenue with incidental rot ation there was a chance for thud jierty to plant itself behind n policy that would after Ihu first teniror try duUirbanoa have commanded the respect ami follow ing of the Dtiiroontcr the pitcommon people of the United States Hut when the flret effort to fulAI the pledges made by the Iraakleut and his party resulted In the herma phroditio Wilson hill tlw oouftdettM of every true Domocnit in his potty was btitrayud That was the begin ningof the end What lute come to pass sineo is u matter of history be fore whioh those who follow JtfIr son and the fMhera mint hide their hoads in shame ISrery article of the Hancock aml Cleveland platforms has diappeared front the statement of fadsthey oauuot bv called priiioiplafl that have been patched together siuco in the vaiu liolw of enabling BOIIIO hungry politicians to get their SoundIif Service Reform Caiwervation of the Purity of the Ballot Itnda Square Deal are row KMibltaan principles and if there ki a principle that the Democratic party sachems would not4 in tiNt of oat rotes I liweaIost one nee thu Wilson Bill and the betrayal of IMIrtlplatfurmcan measure and those who seek for this are cooing that the onlyany to secure it is through the RwjmblicaH PartyAnd in tho state of Kentuoky those who forgetting fur a moment tho broader issues of the nation are Booking a square deal for the omnwou people are now oouviucod that the only way to secure this is through the RopuhlloHn orgauiattion And the square deal will oooio and will como Roan Wore it not for the Bhamoful gorrymandorlng of the state in the Interests of tho Dam ocrutio rings it would be hero now And the Citizen while not n politics paper in any nonso of tho word is now in a position In which it onn apeak the wind of the pooplo on such questions as como up at ovary elec tion without the ahargo of Inconsis tency being entered agninit it The Citizen stands for tho interest of the goodNsqunro anti loon affairs for freedom from the domiuauco of the liquor interests of the state mid for nil reforms tlmt tend toward thu Kingdom of Godon earth For tho present those ro sponsible for tho papers policy sue For Lung- Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so H Mr little bar hid a UrrbU megh I tried Torytlim I IuuM hear of but In ln iinui I tried Ayer Cherry ertorml Thn art I night ha was better and M uruilllr ImprfiiMl until ha was perlvetly will MM 8 J BTIBLK Alton l by J o dyer Co Lentil lassAlia m nuf otur r or AAla41 SARSAPARILLA C ttsriLLSVIGOR Kcop trio bowols regular with Ayors fills and thus hasten recovery in tho Republican party tho organi zation that is most likely to help in realizing thoso ideals But when if over that party shall desert these ideals the Citizen holds itself free to turn against that party and seek thoso thongs whoro it can find them To Our Subucrlhcrt The Citizon has found it necessary- at tho end of tho your and in fact I ovory since tho present editor took charge to spud out remindurs to tho subscribers that it takes money to run a newspaper Those reminders have met with u gratifying response on the whole tho sometimes those who have Bwduiod to enjoy thin reading of the Citizen as long as they have not been asked to pay for it lave considered such oourteous notes as have been gent as impositions Thore have been 101Irooigood feeling and the sterling good- ware of title porno to nilof our mibsaribora II la BO fun tleNlrr n ihm U tile dues Mrs to ratfcn It- nut I mat ry thcrtf wnlring lest Par the dttona worth jItIIUII tests And thla will auk yw beUcvc It TIle oUtcr now acct Mace a tope for thla pay wfUtt tbt middle of June Soalwcya wha you mcd odd kelps JwMdrapI lice ae Yelps Golden AVrUillnr libv and Mrs J A Itodgora so well known in Dorm from their con 6IIrlIday night January 21 at tho homo of IriHoiiml and Mrs Noble Hill in Woodstock 111 where Mr and Mrs largocircleWoodatook attended and greetings wore sent by friends al a distance Many allJltlJlolrllllont8 were made to the of fifty yours standing including fifty dollars in gold from friends in Lterea Thu Wooiktock Sentinel gives a very ap preoiatiTe writeup of the event and a sketch of the life of Rev and Mrs Rogers All who know the aged tifulold who are now spending beau age with their only laugh ter and her estimable husband will Join in congratulating them on their attainment of this their golden anniversary An Opmi Letter To the Miter tt The Cittern Dear SirWill you allow us n little apace in your paper thofw may attempt to exptettt our deep manyoften sad more than generous gift on the fiftieth anniversary of our mar rind lifer We hope to write personal alters to the ami moro friends who ooatribalMl ao greatly to our hoppi new OH this blessed occasion but strongthfhfar more precious wore tho kind slid appreciative letters Our hearts are overflowing with gratitude to him who ta perfect in love and goodness and to the zanily dear friends ho has raised up for us in Heron wlich is dearer to us than over Wo have loved our door Irlollt18 in Beron tho o many years and tho place with its College of such promise for tho fu tune is soared to us but tho love pourod upon us AO abundantly at tide time grently enlarges our hearts and wo fool that wo bare a new capacity for affectionate esteem and loving corvlco AH was said nt tho dedication of the Chapel now wo wish to live a little longer that we may reciprocate some of our favors and through Christs indwelling show forth Gods goodness ns never before Wo thank you nil door friends and with new faith pray for you all mid that Boron may bo a light which shall shlno around the wholo world Yours respectfully Joni A R ROOBDS EuzAnBTii L Roaciui Woodstock III Jan 27 00 Tho Colored pooplo ol Farristown under the leadership of Rev William Farris have nearly completed a very commodious house of worship Its dimensions are 50 x 36 ft The lot and the carpentry work aro paid for and some of tho cost of the lumber The pooplo have I raised mind paid about five hundred dollars Lust Sunday night Rev A E Thorn son Mr Howard Hudson Mr W C Gamble and Eugene A Thomson hold the first service iu the new building Mr Thomson preached tho sermon and offered a dedicatory prayer Eighty six people wore present A church will probably soon bo organ ized The now church and building will bo a blessing to tho entire com munity Tho building is ono of ho largest if not tho largest coun try church house anywhere near Boron I have just been authorized to solemnize tho riles of matrimony Any ono who wishes to join in wed lock will do well to call on J S Wilson Borea Ky All culls at tended to and charges reasonable JOSEPHUS WILSON J P M C I I on History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Oivil War Chapter II Tho morning of the 28th November longboforo tho light of day made its appearance tho echoes from Sweet Lick Nob resounded the music from our drums Instantly all became astir Much bluster loud talking and hasty cooking mixed with considerable profanity was indulged in something not unusual with new troops preparing to march Acting Quartermaster Curtis had pro cured tho services of n few citizens with tenths and wagons for this especial march About sunrise the regiment formed amid music and some cheering Every man appeared eager to bo moving as if tho sup pression of the rebellion mainly do pwndedon their individual exertions Many of those scarcely recovered from measles wore in tho ranks with well filled knapsacks arms and accoutre ments buckled on scorning to ho loft behind Mary wore bidding hasty farewells to near and dear friends not thinking it would be the last with ah so many manly ruddy boys in the bloom of youth Some time was spoilt in ferrying tho command over the Kentucky River at Whites Forry whore many good old loyal fathoms and tearful mothers and sisters had collected to take perhaps the last look at son or brother Ntll vr r dafkeiou J thriturdy volunteer By Freedom taught his country to revere DM home end friends a hasty tad adieu And treads where dangers atlhltttept pursue The threatening clouds began to shod their torrents of water on us about ton oclock a m null continu id to pour all day The road princi pally n mud pike soon becnuio a loblolly of mud and water At four p m wo entered Richmond Ky Tho loyal citizens there not only welcomed us to the spacious Court house and two largo churches but gratuitously furnisher victuals to both mon and officers Tho 29th tho ruin continued to fall Every soldier who drank whiskey ww allowed to purchase his canteen full boforo starting on the match to uountentct the unhealthy effects of tho inclement weather This well meant kindness on the part of The Colonel and some other officers proved in most oases an injury to the men at qulto a number through the liar used this precautionary beverage too freely while marching the thirteen miles on tho Lancaster Piko Wo romped near Millers Mills and soon had the woodland pasture of T Burnham dotted with blazing log Tires drying our thoroughly soaked raiments The wagons containing our Company tents mot us hero The rain ceased and the thermometer wont down very fast Tents were pitched amidst a first claw snowstorm Hero wo out our first bard tack The commissioned oil curs hold a consultation and chose from among several aspirants T Burnham as Quartermaster and ho was soon after commissioned The morning of the 30th Colonel B did considerable swearing at some of the men whoso whiskey hud proved a hindrance to their alacrity in load ing cutup and garrison equipage That evening the Sth we marched through Lancaster county seat of Qarrard County and camped within one and a half miles of that place A good supply of straw made our tents quito comfortable After dark a disturbance among Mr Robinsons chickens caused the Colonel to detail a guard as the boys said to prevent tho minks from feasting on poultry Inssedthroughin two miles of town Before dark a report was circulated throughcamp that tho citizens of that vicinity wore rebel sympathizers consequently next morning the ground about campwas covered with feathers and occasionally spots of hog hair indicating that the men had devoured the poultry and made a fair beginning on pork In justice to tho neighborhood will state that we afterward learned that tho people wore generally good Union citizens and proved it by their con duct toward us the next October after the rebels had been eating their chickensSnow began to fall early tho 2d and before wo halted in camp in the neighborhood of Perryville lire or six inches of snow covered tho earth We suffered muchwith cold feet and fingers in pitching tents and build- Ing fires Tho following morning the company officers upon learning that old Mr Bloomfield was a staunch Unionist made up money and paid him for tho chickens that had found their way into camp from his prow lace Tho 3d day of December ended our first march On arriving with in one and a half miles of Lebanon wo wore mot by Colonel Fry in command of tho Fourth Kentucky with colors and music We were conducted to a piece of woodland 7 I south of tho Danville Piko near tho quarters of the latter regiment Tho I Jeep snow was scraped away and touts erected in regular order Marques were issued to the officers two to a company The noxt the man wero organized into meBsos- of eight eau each Officers messes wore also established with regular quitoinmissary bills wore light Tho men drew mow rations than they could surplusbeingings tho men cheerfully gave it to their Captains and Lieutenants But the reader will remotnber that tho science of war has to bo learned bo fore It is practised We remained hero at Camp Swamp seventeen days drilling vigorously whenever the weuther would permit About ton days after our arrival hero some of tho neon began to sicken with a cnmpfevllJwhich of the Eighth during the winter es pecially thoso who hud recently re covered from tho measles Our first death occurred the 18th Grnnville Lady Company C We buried him according to regulations Tho convalescents arrived trout Irvine the 15th the mon continuing to increase tho sick list Colonel Barnes do aided to move camp to a higher and dryer place Tho 20th wo moved camp half mllo east of Lebanon and pitched tents in Spauldings apple orchard a high pieco of ground but unpro tected from tho cold winds Our Quartermaster appeared to oxpori once much difficulty in procuring sufficient straw for bedding The fow teams of citizens which came from Estill County with the regi ment were kept busy all day in trans ferring tho pump and garrison A large number of tho mon wore sick and the company officers began to look more closely after tho health and comfort of the men Details ware sent into adjacent cornfields to gather dead grass Captain Powell gave Company B permission to take hay from a stuck near camp but Colonel Barnes soon stopped them whet tho Captain and the Colonel indulged in some short words about unauthorized and promiscuous forag lug The men gathered up old boards and placed them under the straw on the ground for bunks Neither surgeons officers nor men appeared to realize tho importance of having the bunks raised oft the ground whore tho straw soon absorbed moist uro enough to kill a healthy man in two week But the line officers wore anxious to do all they could for their men and money was made up by thorn and sheetiron stoves purchased for each tent Still tho sick ness increased at a fearful rate Tho last of December our Quarter master received our transportation outfit twelve old army wagons and a number of unbroken mulls Our newlyappointed teamsters had some lively times drilling their awkward squads of drafted four footed recruits Hauling our daily supply of vvpod gavo them an excellent opportunity to practice tho Mule in tho mud As the Christmas holidays ap proached n number of married men of tho Eighth began to importune Colonel Barnes for furloughs to visit their families Some had enlisted only u fow days before the regiment marched from lEstill Springs and had left their domestic affairs in a- very bad condition But the wise old Colonol well know that if he granted the married men leave of absence the boys would urgently plead to ho allowed to go home to sew their intended wives and as it was impossible to furloughall none were granted As tve had not yet been mustered into the United States service n good many believed they would risk tho terrors of a court martial and on the morning of the 26th several members of Companies II and F failed to put In on appear auco at rollcall A few days after Lieutenant Cox of Company H pro ceeded to Madison and Estill Counties with orders to bring back tho absentees Several amusing incidents occurred while the Lieutenant was collecting these font husbands who afterward proved to be the host and bravest soldiers Isaac T the father of several children and tho husband of a good lookingshrewd womanwas supposed to bo enjoying tho company of his family during this snowy Christmas night Tho Lieutenant cautiously approached tho now happy homo of the Ts A vigilant watchdog warned the family of an intruder A rap on the door followed by the inquiry if Mr T was at home brought the response from a feminine voice within Oh no sir hes in Mr Barnes regiment Aftercome parleying the Lieutenant was permitted to enter and warm himself Ho then began diligent search to see if any lurking husband could be found about tho premises At last the Lieutenant said ho was very sorry to have disturbed the lady and turn ing to the bed recently occupied by tho woman in which lay a small sleeping specimen of the Tfamil- y he tenderly lifted the little white headed infant out and turning toward Mrs Tsaid You will please take this child Ohsir I pray you lot tho dear sick child lay Tho Lieutenant insisted and sho reluctantly relieved him of tho precious charge Then he lifted off the nice feather bed and behold there lay the missing Isaac who acknowledgedthat his wife terminated his French furlough and broke up the happiness of hid holidays at home thoughnot until that cheerful but defeated woman had prepared a hot supper which Lieutenant Cox and her tins band enjoyed together before starting on thicket mu to Lebanon To lie Continued Soot Tiling tii Inijr lnr specialGospelbe given power by mighty prayer Gods people are in these days entreating his help and some sugges tions are here ITc red for the direction of their prayers 1 Pray that Christians may be brought at once into such a condition that 1 nothing in their lives will hinder the work and 2 that God may bo able to make the fullest use of them 2 Pray that Dr Hubbardmay como to us in tho fulness of the blessing of the gospel of Christ 3 Pray that the hearts of the un saved may be made ready for the truth 4 Pray that the residents in Berea may fully share with the students in the blessing which God is to give 5 Pray that the conversions which we expect to see may be genuine thorough and lasting 0 Pray that as a result of the meetings some may devote their lives to Christian work in the ministry in mission lands etc 7 Pray that our adversary the devil may not bo allowed to inter face with or hinder the work Ask and yo shall receive A E THOMSON A letter was received last week from Miss Lola Loor who was at the head of tho instrumental department last year stating that she is now in Pltsburg studying and teaching One Sign First Passenger How do you know that they are married f Second PassengerShe has not dropped her pocketbook or handker chief onco since she got on the train Exchange NOTICK This is to notify all who know themselves indebted to me to please call and settlo their accounts Short settlements make long friends and of course wo want to bo friends nod do business together in the future as we have in the past RespectfullyMrs A T FISH When you want tho best anti Freshest Bread Fruit Candies Cakes Crackers and lots of other good things to eat call at Hollidayi New Candy and Fruit Store on Main St All new and upto date Orders 25cts andup delivered promptly Call Phono 71 Agent for Richmond Steam LaundryG D Holliday Chicago Tailoring Company I Mr W L Flanory represents this well known tailoring company in Borea and will fit you to qtylish clothing of the best material and made to order at the most reason able 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Theyare happy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for fraa sample h ure Ikal tits f lotus le- the form of a laW It M the wrerper7 every bats d Emlaion yw Nt- l Scott q Bowis Chemists 4O94IS prarlJtreit Ww York 5Oc cad 100 t All Drug iMi The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper Published every Thursday at Bcrea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos FlYlbLX IN ADVANCE Onlll Tear St00 Eli months jo Three month xs fiend money by roltotlrIII loney Order Xx RegtstcredLetterThe date after four name shown to what date changedIthlnnotify us stoppedbustortptlon paying all arrean otherwise WI shall on lder hat wish It continued Notify ui at once of any chance In your address titles old and new addresses Musing numbers due to wrappers coming off IUPtIledAgents wanted In every locality Writs for term Anyone sending na four yearly tubnripUooi w U receive TIll CnuiN tree for one r ts Enslaved Children The factory wants the child There Is little to suggest the Magic Piper In Its whistle yet tho summons brings the children scurrying down the broken stairs of poverty and want and the factory doors close upon them by tens of thousands leaving their childhood outside The factory wants the child says a writer In Success Magazine and will pay for him the child and often his parents can see no value in a birthright as balanced against a little handful of silver only the state and the disinterested pub Uc are left to care and protest Perhaps the present attitude of tem pered humanity which still allows children of 13 to work all night and keeps boys and girls of nine from 10 to 14 hours at the spindles for wages ranging from 10 to 20 cents will seem as Incomprehensible 100 years hence as that past feeding of workhouse brats to the factories does to us But the new measure of what is hUt mane cannot become established un less we know clearly what Is happen ing and how and where the children are at work Knowing we must care Ruskin said Luxury at present can only be enjoyed by the Ignorant the cruelest man living could not sit at his feast unless ho sat blindfold Picture an army of 1700000 children all under 15 and then realize that that army tramps day after day not to school and playground but to the factories fields mines and workshops of these United States One mUllion seven hundred thousand was the num bar of child laborers estimated when the census of 1900 was taken only the God of fallen sparrows knows what It is by this time In the 20 years preceding 1900 the number of boys in manufacturing and mechan deal pursuitsboys between 10 and 15bad increased 100 per cent the number of girls 150 per cent but only 50 per cent increase had been added to the population Today In spite of all the child labor agitation of the past few years it Is estimated that 40000 children under 1C are at work in Pennsylvania alone and the southern mills are said to employ 20000 children not yet 12 Wireless telegraphy from a mar velously interesting scientific demon stration has become an accepted com merclal fact Nowadays ships on tho seas that once were as entirely cut oft from communication with the land as though they were on another planet are now constantly within speaking distance of some wireless station or some sister vessel It Is all wonderful and awe inepiring and recalls that day only threequarters of a century ago when the first pious message of wonderment was transmit ted between New York end Washing c tonBrooklyn papers leil ui u millionaire resident there who lives with his wife In a handsome home They are both past the middle age but the happy cou ple retain one custom which they established when they were poor Thu old lady cuts the old gentlemans hair Economy of this kind at one time was a necessity wlfh them and though that was long ago the wife every two weeks says to her life partner Come dear Its time I cut your hair And while the scissors snip they chat con tentedly of times when they were young and struggling A Kansas wife him to run tho house and get his own meals for a week or two He cooked as he thought the breakfast food every morning When the wife returned says a reliable Informant she noticed that her husband twittered and he himself acknowledged an inclination to warble It was found that he had cooked and eaten a whole package of canary seed He says he Is always resisting an inclination to sleep with his head under his arm Benjamin P Clark a wellknown res ident of Boston Is a kind of Santa Claus In his way lIe makes a practice of go ing to the city post office when the last Christmas malls for foreign countries close and paying the deficiency on all Matter held for insufficient postage d TRAITS OF INHERITANCE tn Books as Well as in Life There Are Certain Strong family Kcsmeblance One may imagine an artist attempt Ing on a wager to paint a landscape without using n single tone of yellow let us say or blue says Frederic Ta her Cooper In the Bookman In tho same way one may Imagine a nov diet writing a story of a man and a woman so detached from the outside world so silent regarding their ances try their past lives their present surroundings so nearly a record of two naked souls that heredity and environment may be said for once to be eliminated But such a picture such a story would be a mere tour do force not an honest transcript from life Every landscape must contain In varying degrees somo yellow and some blue Every human story must concern Itself with traits Inherited from our fathers or acquired through the company we keep And the novelist to whom his char acters are a living reality men and women whom ho thinks of as having an existence outside tho pages of his book needs no promptings from Darwin In order to make us recognize tho ties of blood and of propinquity any more than the photographic lens needs to bo prompted In order to show in a family group how the fathers eyes the mothers lips are mirrored back In the faces of son and daughter- It is not venturesome to say that In some of our best English novels In Belinda and Emma In The Newcomoa and The Mill on tho Flos there is often more heredity than Miss Edgeworth or Miss Austen than Thackeray or George Eliot wore conscious of putting there Take any novel of the first magnitude In which a whole household Is described three generations of genial kindly gentlefolk the sort ot family that It would be a privilege to know In real life One of the granddaughters lot us say is the authors chief concern and the whole book revolves around her per sonalityNow if the book is based upon an Intelligent observation of life It Is not a vital matter whether the author has worked out the heredity for you Ike logarithms down to the tenth decimal You are tree to work It out for yourself to trace the heroines qualities good and bad back to their various sources to conjecture about her many things which the author never once mentioned perhaps nev er even thought of In books as well as In real life there are certain tam ily resemblances that are never noticed until pointed out by some com parative stranger THE OLD OLD STORY But the Night Grew Suddenly Chilly and the LoveMaking Was a Frost Slowly they walked In the twilight ho and she writes C W Taylor In the Chicago Tribune He was no longer In the heydey of youthTime however had laid light hands upon him So had his barber but oftener and more artistically and he was well groomed She was a rare and radiant maiden known to the regular frequenters of Spotcash Cos great emporlbm of trade as the girl at the robbon counter Miss Mildred he said with a sort of premonitory cough let us suppose a case A case of what kind Mr Mate war she asked Notions Or rem nants Let us not talk shop Miss Mil dred If case suggests business I will vary the phrase Let us consid er a hypothesis A what A hypothesis A hypothesis Is a supposition an assumption a postu late a working basis or an Idea taken for granted for the purpose of laying a foundation establishing a proposi tion or demonstrating a fact Get the idea 1 O yes anybody can understand that Xi there more of IU There Is Some day my dear girl you expect to marry somebody- Is that the hypo hyp6 No that Is one of the eternal verities Every pretty girl expects to marry somebody Here Is the hypoth esis Suppose some man slightly past the blooming period of youth but well preserved in full possession of health strength and all his intel lectual faculties A hypothesis is a man Is IU Hes a necessary part of this one Suppose some such man as I am de scribing not at all 111 looking and possessed of a reasonable share of this worlds goods should fall wildly madly desperately In love with you Miss Mildred Well And offer you his hand and heart do you think you could learn to love hlmY They walked along a block or two In silenceThen Matewer spoke again Feels a little as If It were going to snow doesnt it Miss McGlnnls he said Strong Argument Worcester England has refused to give the government a site for a cav airy barracks though one of the city councilmen used a strong argument He urged that the presence of 1500 solders In town would end the prevailing scarcity there of female domestic servants WI1r Antnlrau Smitpnsn Not u ilailn nf Ofenral By EDWARD ZEIGLER NOTED MUSICIAN co HE pica for the recognition of the American composer is trumpeted forth at stated intervals Sometimes this comes from the camp of the composers themselves at others it is sent forth by idealists who believe that art is geography An echo is furnished by the chorus of disgruntled ones who protest that it is artistic death to be an American composer Few of these unquiet ones ever stop to define the menu ing of the handy term American composer It usually is taken to mend a person who has been born in America But those who give the matter a second thought wonder ex actly how many typically American tendencies whatever that may mean in musicthere are to be found in a youth who is born in this country of foreign or halfforeign parents who after his ordinary school edu cation is sent abroad where he studies music under foreign teachers imbibes the atmosphere of foreign music centers spends his formative years in unAmerican lands and finally proceeds to compose music that is the outcome of all these influences and which product is then stamped as that of an American composer On the other hand why should not a composer be called American who comes to this country as a lad who although foreign In parentage and inclination absorbs the mood of this country lives works and com poses in this country Such a case is that of Mr Charles Martin Loef llcr who until recently was a member of the first violins of the Boston Symphony orchestra but is now retired to teach and compose princi pally the latter Mr Loefllcr is an Alsatian by birth but after living in America for about a decade and a half the work he produce cannot by any stretch of imagination be called American if one seeks in them some expression of American tendencies They are trench in the mat ter of their subjects or Belgian in the especial case of The Death of Tintagiles which is modeled in a general way upon the drama of the same name by Maeterlinck Is LoefRer to be considered an American composer He deserves to be because he has chosen this country as his home and yet he is miles away from anything American in his musical speechThe whole theme thedefinition of an American composer is full of contradictions at present In the strictest sense of course an Amen can composer is an American born of American parents who studies music in this country of teachers born in this land and of nativeborn parents Even then the subject if it be a programme composition would have to be of American make Thus the requirements may easily and logically be followed to ridiculous lengths and after they had all been accounted for theoretically there still lacks the assurance that good music would be the result As a matter of record for the curious ones be it said that within the space of h week there has been performed in New York Charles Martin Locfflcrs The Death of Timtan Tintagiles this work was given twice a whole programme of compositions by Clayton Johns a quintette by Arthur Foote some compositions by Victor Herbert and Louis Saar and a concert overture by Rubin Goklmark All of these are by Americans or by composers living permanently in America This record is not to be despised and it should prove by feet that the Ameri- CAn composer is not nearly so neglected a person as some sentimentalists would have the world believe Him in Securing Uniform Divorce laws By WALTER LOGAN Secretary National Commission for Promotion of Uniformity Lcsliiition Considerable misap prehension exists in the minds of many ot the legal profession as well as the great body of laity regarding the actual aim ofour movement for uniform legislation The I idea among most of these is that uniform legislation as it would affect divorce would of necessity mean uniformity of the cause of divorce That is that the cause of obtaining divorce should be the same in New York as in South Dakota or as in California That is not my interpretation of the movement however nor is it my dream I do not believe it is possible to obtain uniformity of cause of divorce A uniform divorce law as I conceive it to be possible and desirable will seek to unify not the cause for separation but the machin cry the legal process by which such separation will be obtained And to this end we have our hands full It is true of course that the other may come with time but it cannot come until a step has been made to simplify our present complicated and contradictory methods of procedure A unification of our processes for obtaining divorce will do away with practically all the scandals attendant upon the present complicated system The fact of the matter is that the cause of these scan dals is not because there is but one cause for divorce in New York state and a great variety of them In South Dakota but became the laws of the state of New Yorkhave no relation whatsoever to the laws of the state of South Dakota or to any other state as they affect marriage and divorceOwing to the varying ethical values obtaining in widely separated regions of the countrya fact which it is more in the province of the psychologist than of the lawyer to analyzi wt can loudly hope ever to arrive at a compromise as to cause of divorce which would be either desirably or just We can however so unify our laws that it will not be possible for a man to have more than one legal wife or one legitimate family of children within the territory over which the courts of the United States hold jurisdiction At present it is possible for a man to have simultaneously many legal wives or a woman many legal husbands Now under such practicable reforms for uniformity of legal proc ess as we look forward to such an anomaly would be impossible A uni formity of process might for instance make it impossible for a divorce to be granted without personal service and it might do away with that sys tem which for lack ofa better term one may call migratory In other words it would not be possi ble to obtain a divorce under the laws of a tate to which the petitioner would resort merely for this purpose Of course uniformity of process is not a cure all I might say in conclusion as we sec it nownt can only be a stepping stone to a better and cleaner system But once we have thoroughly unified the process of obtaining divorce throughout the ountry we may then find it practicable to delve deeper into the causes and try to bring order out ofchaos i IN THE SCHOOL CITY Aorktagi of a New Experiment In the Self Government otIthe Young Tho writer was present n tow weeks ago when the first school city wall irganlsed In Boston by Wilson U ho inventor and founder of tho 81I em writes Frank Ponrsons In Cent ury There wore ioo pupils all girls 7f the grammar grades They wero blighted with the plan voted unani mously and enthusiastically to adopt the Golden Ilulo aj the fundamental taw of their school city supplemented it with various provlsiins against dls order destruction or Injury of prop irty profanity rudeness unklndnees rte and showed remarkable discre i ion In the election of their officersI The mayor was a bright faoed girl sf twelve and a halt years When asked shortly after tho election what It meant to her to bo mayor of linn sock school she said It moans to tee that every girl Is orderly clenn Iud good It means that they must save good conduct They must be clean and neat In their dross and habits They mutt keep the sshool rooms and the school yard noat And they must be kind to everybody That Is a great task Arent you afraid of ItrI The answer was prompt anti clear No for 1 think they aro all good IllIaenlIMary Finn tile Judge said I limit warn citizens who dont behave snd It that dose no good I shall Dan tab them They must behave The whole discipline of the school IB put Into tho hands of the pupils The teachers give instruction and advice whenMt Is needed and the ul timate responsibility and authority are always with them nut the students make laws anti really govern them selves although there Is an author Ity above them just as a grownup city governs Itself although the legis lature may at any time revoke IU charter In fact there Is more real selfgov lernmsnt In these school cities than In most of our large cities For there Is no apathy In the school city no stayat homo vote no political ma chino or boss There Is no graft In the school oily no boodle on the council no understanding between the police and wrongdoers The tan yearaid jedgo and the twelee yearold mayor are alto solutely Incorruptible habits of good citizenship are lord while the mind- IsI plastic open tn the tell foree of oonetderaitens of right and joules sad free from commercial motive and other influences that In Utter life so i often Interfere with the damn et cltteetishlp The love et liberty ta strengthened and enoutted by none nltlen of the rights of ethers and the I nesesiity or mutual limitations for the public geed Respect lor law and au thority Is developed The sense of Justice Is strengthened and the Judicial ttliudn of mind Is cultivated Tbo roeulU tune been excellent In every way Moth conduct and nehol arshlp aro greatly Improved Dlsobo thence Is pulled up by the roots Pub Ho sentiment ranges Itself on the aide of law when the public makes the taw A broach of order Is no longer regarded as a defiance of an alien gov nrnmont but as an Injury and an In cult to the community Byes the roost disorderly schools have bnen ro rtiicod In good conduct by the Institu Lion of the school olty Breaking the TralL Winter In the mountains is severe In IU restrictions Sledging and travel over the snowbanked trails are Urn ited to barn necessity In the colder teutons the trails are kept open by shoveling and packing them down When tho runners slag Intermittent ly In high thin voices tho teamster with a belt tight around his overcoat and flopping his arms to keep warm tacos his greatest hardships nut when the heavy snows and rapid thaws of spring come teaming means a bat ale and a venture with a sudden termination hanging just above Thousands of tons of snow up tbo mountain sides hang on a trigger that ClAn be sprung by the sigh of a breeze or the rolling of a plno cone and In summer many a barren slope and pile pt reek and timber at the bottom tolls a skeletontale of the win tern night Floundering swearing and persevering opens the trnlla lit tie ruffed thread of white from up above but a hard days work for a man Outing Curious English Almshouse The most curious almshouso In England Is St Marys Hospital at Chi Chester There eight old ladles live actually In the church which Is a firm old building dating from 1C30 It was originally a monastery but when Queen Elizabeth camo to visit there she turned It Into tin almsbouso to endure as long as almshouses exist The old ladles have two neat little rooms each down the sides of the main church with windows looking out on the garden They have each a coal supply a kitchen range water and gas At ono end of the church is the chapel wlfcro dally services are held The choir stalls are beautifully carved old oak the original seats that the monks used The church stands In a quiet little square Last Addition This tint Is so fearfully small complained the applicant Do you think we could get enough breath in It to live ont- O yes said tho agent II is thoroughly provided with compressed IIlrDetrolt Free Press I TOBACCO SMOKING n nn n What Clr D vllichnrdeon Had to Say ns to Its Baneful Influences I believe It IB almost Impeeelbla to In I duce a confirmed smoker to give up the habit and I speak In this respect from personal experience I myself In early life was not a smoker i went through all tho arduous work of a medical rtu InlargoIn tho iIlMvetlng and postmortem rooms and In the fever hospitals anti IJ IfmyI learned to smoke nud continued to do so for many years The whole Of that time I was dyepoptle from ek- Ing I at length resolved to give It up It was hard work to do so but I eventually suoecodeil nail I hive never been more thankful tbaa for the day It was accomplished I gave up wins beer and uvery outer alcoholic drink with Infinitely lea trouble than esok leg It Is very dIMeult Indeed In aban don this pernicious habit of smoking Inveterate vreokern are thoee who Fommeoee tn smoke mrly IB life smoking Itt to a certain esteot corset oil with drinking Persona who smoke Rxporltnco a falntntw followed by n naiiica which alcoholic drinks often allay On Otlft point I can speak from porMnal experience I should have been led Into the news ot total abstl nnnne five years haters I waft had It net been for the ameklftg habit I had contracted Whatever may be sold about the effects of tobacco smoking In adults there eon be ne doubt as to Its nffccta en the young ID then It al ways product a state of fractional disease which hi unquMtMBaWe and of strlou character It 4eps the proper working of the digestive power If It were A tact that all our young men and young women worn te make and continued the habit until they were fathers and mother their offspring would be se stunted sail lit tin as te be thoroughly tntMihle of rnrrylnR out the duties required by sot generation We eennol praise enr mothers too mouth fer UIII feet that they have net brain smokersThe Ute Sir II W lUehareeen M D F It s ONE CASE Row iin Injury Feltewcd by Periodic Oaaco of Drunk enneaa I Tile Incident Is by no menu rarer tot Its stentfleaMM boa MK yet been realised A temperate hrs working nun was made unsenefleim ky the I kick ef a hers en his kind The next morning he aweke and demanded spirits Whisky was given him and he seen loam Intoxicated On 1Icovery he demanded mere sad totted le drink to Intoxication for lire next three days then a presteunecd epileptic paroxysm came on from which be roeovnred Two months later ho began to drink again becoming wildly Intoxicated then recovered From this time on for the next five years until his death from an aeetdent tie was a periodiC drinker anti when Intoxicated was very dangerous The tree Intervals were marked by latent efforts to help himself and great con littler fer his condition Ho was treated as a moral delinquent who could hove helped hfmcolt but did not care to do so Journal of loollrletyt DISEASE OF INEBRIETYI A Medical View of Drunkenness and Some Theories as to Its Treatment The disease of Inobrltty Is a cODeSIthou of morbid Impulse In patient Is Impelled to secure rellol from A stale of exhaustion and feeling of want which nothing but alcohol can gratify It Is not a matter of reason or Judgment but an Insane Im pulse which to pervades the system and controls It as to dominate every oilier Instinct There may be stage of this Impute In which It Is weak and can bu diverted by drugs or reme dial measures There are other stages In which nothing but force can prevent the person from gratifying this Impulse It we could determine the degree and Intensity of this Impulse we should be ablo to apply the exact moans but nottknWlng this and attempting to use uniform remmlle mistakes will occur Journal of Inebriety REFORM PROOnUSS r The lord bishop of Swansea Eng land has signed the temperance r pledge MOlt than 1000 persons were regis tered at tho Groat International tom perance congress nt UudaPcstb and 14 different languages were spoken The Jerome Arizona Miners union cut out saloon and gambling dons In two months 50000 was placed to their credit In the banks and tOOOOIIII money orders was Issued temperance payYILast year there were brought Into this country 700000 pounds of opium and a ton of morphine which Is five times as much as was used six ago nnd the Chicago Tribune 7eanImates that 1000000 people In country are addicted lo the use ul rather morphine or cocaine a TIMID SCHOOLGIRL SHOULD DE ASSIDU IICOURAGE CULTIVATED MAIDEN DY The Mere Mention of n Mouse Causes Terror to Many a Schoolgirl Cats t and Cows in the Same Category The two of SeJfControlUnreaa- onablo Fear of Pain of the Dark Iandof DlataM Proves a Girl a I Coward DV MAIiaARKT E flANdSTBIt Copyright IftOS by Joseph 1J Uowle What was that you eald Dorothy t Am I sure that I heard you aright Are you really afraid of a little gray tnouso that you could hold In your hand that scut lice away from you In terror and that measured by Inches Is less formidable than a rabbit or a squirrel Yes you own It without a blush You i really aro afraid of a moUso So are Franco Jano and over so many others of your friends A marked aversion to tho entire family of rodents Is a pronounced feature of most women whether they are little or large The little woman of ten screams at tho sight of a mouse and so does her older sister and very likely her mother and hor grandmother aro equally as alarmed at the appearance of this small monster whleh is Indeed a bout of prey but snob a wee bit of a beast not In tho least like a lion or a tiger a panther or a wolf Probably the dislike o mice Is natural with most of us for the vory good reason that a mouse in the pantry makes disagreeable depre dations and apart from the toll he takes is anything but clean that a mouse In tho bureau drawer nibbles gloves and eU buttons if they are covered with flllk and that a mouse In the bedroom always Is not Just tho companion one would choose at the midnight hour Mice are pretty little things with their gray coats and their beadlike eyes but they belong to the class of creatures which for our preservation wo must fight I am not asking my girls to like them but for pitys sake Dorothy do overcome your terror at their mention A mouse has never yet been known to devour a schoolgirl- I wish I could persuade you not to be afraid of anything greet or small We must take certain precautions To walk up u some fearless girt do to a strange dog iattlnK him on the head and trying to be friends with him without being sure that their acquaintance is desired is saaoUHMv dangerous and always a risk Dole are the dearest friend We have In tho brute creation They are loyal to their masters and they MIH times seem endowed with almost buronn intelligence But they are very much like men and women They prefer to rooInet boon properly Introduced Never I feel or show apreheaslon when you meet a dog that Is quietly going about tleown affairs but do sot be familiar with dot or eat or other domestic animal until you hare a right to be so because you trlolldaIfrom a cow In tho pasture to a mouse In tho wall carries about with her a need lees handicap We should go about the I world bravely and fearlessly I have seen a lady In a drawing room make i spectacle of herself In the pretence of group ot very brilliant and distin guished people because she was afraid I splendidangoraand up on a sofa with a shriek and scream and a clutching and gathering of her skirts Jumped a lady who should have known better than to behave I that fashion under the roof of a e frleDI1I One rule we may as well as not lay down for ourselves girls and that Is rulo of selfcontrol One may bo a 11tt1 frightened Inside but she does not nee to proclaim It Because we happen to dlsllko bats booties Juno bugs dragon flies or any other members of the world of creeping and Orin things that scurry out of apace to turb us we need not communicate ou fooling to others If wo choose w may control all oxprosslon of dlsllko dismay or dread Wo may some times tool afraid but wo may keep ounolvoH from showing It All through our lives wo should try not to be In bondage to any form of fear Some girls cannot bear pain They distress themselves more In tho thought of what they may have to suf for from n slight operation or an Injury than the pain Itself would amount to In other words they out fer mow from fright than from reality Once in awhile one meets a jjlrl al most grown up wtio Is afraid of the dark I hopo this Is not tho case with Dorothy or any of her friends Tho fear of tho dark Is a tyranny which asualls children who bavo been wickedly alarmed by nurses or unscrupulous persons nnd who fancy that dangers of every kind lurlc behind tho friend ly curtain of tho night Dut our Heavenly Father sends this kind dark ness so that wo may sleep and rest and there Is nothing In It to give any one the slightest fear The stars are its lamps and the moon at tho full goods it with a glory as great as that of the gun While wo steep our God aroItho fear of the mouse Is the fear somo havo of taking different die Ipeoplo In case of an epidemic such as typhoid lever or cholera too many precautions cannot be taken and It ones duty Is not on tho mane of action it is well to go to a safer place nut no one should ho a coward If dlscma are about thcro la no reason I to suppose that you who are in good health will necessarily tike them The o constantly distressed lest one day or another you or I shall bo menaced by scarlet fever or smallpox Is very needless and quite unfits us for doing our dally work This courage that I havo been talk- Ing about thus far Is purely physical I would not llko any girl for whom I cared to bo afraid to cross tho con tinent or tho ocean because something might happen on the rail or on sea Tho ship is tho captains bus ness and the railway train Is In of the conductor and engineer You may bo reasonably sure that tho aver ago man will fulfill tho requirements of his position and you as a passenger havo nothing to do except to enjo yourself This too belongs largely to tho realm of physical courage Now I want to speak about a higher kind of courage Thcro aro bravo p plo who never shrink from danger tha menaces the body but who are moral cowards They are afraid to speak the truth If the truth will Injure them selves Thoy are afraid to endure anxiety about their loved ones They theydoono may be ono should try very hard to bo morally bravo At any coat be youCharlogirl should know by heart De rood sweet maid and let who will bo clever Do noble things not dream them all day long And to make lift love sad the great forever One grand sweet snag CROCHET SLEEPING SOCK Those Make an Excellent Present for a Friend That Suffers from Cold Feet at Night About 3 4 ozs double Berlin wool and a thick bone hook about No4 Woric 30 Wain rat er loosely and Join round 1st Row A double croohet In each ehalnstltch and join with slipstitch 2nd to 8th Row 3 chain draw up 2 loops through the chain and through the back thread of each o the 2 nearest stitches of the previ ous row G loops on hook wool over draw through all the loops at once and make a chainstitch to hold In position draw up a loop under th chain Just made one under the book thread of the lit loop of tho prevl ous group and repeat from all round 15 patterns Before making the chain of the last stitch slip the hook through the top of the thread A NICE GIFT liraLi make a neat Join Work 7 more rows like tho second commencing with 3 chain And join eachLLeave tour patterns on either aide IUIacross e seven terns turn with 3 chain and work back continuing to and fro for 7 rows Fasten off ofJthe first of the row with a sllp stitch Flvo more rows of double crochet 2gandoon with the single crochet Round tho top work 5 chain back Into first pleat pass t double crochet in next repeat from all round Make a chain of wool with a tassel at each end and secure to the scam just above tbo heel- Dlscolorauon on Neck Collars should be hand with soft white Rlllc to prevent discoloration H high dark neckbands have caused a brown streak about the neck anoint tho flesh with olive oil or pure white vaseline slightly warmed Dip a soft linen doth In It repeatedly and gently rub tho neck turning tho linen as it becomes soiled Afterwards wash off tho oil with warm soapsuds and a firongo Rinse with hot water several times and then with cold When the skin Is thoroughly dry dust well with oatmeal powder It the stain Is not entirely removed repeat the process In a few dress Agreeable nvotsrtUonC- oaversaUon to bo agreeable should be general where many partici pate If an anecdote occurs to one of tho number It should be told as briefly an succinctly and as much to the point as possible Then it should bo dropped and not repeated over even once To do so spoils the M note effect When over the man or woman la noted whose aputatlon for telling a good story has been sent ahead it will be found that brevity or at least as much as Is con slstcnt with tbo occasion is the ruli with that individual SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONI The Temptation of JesusInter national 8 S Lesson for 1ob 4 1000 DY REV WILLIAM EVANS B D Director Biblical Department of the itooJy Blblo Institute Chicago Olllolal Lecturer of the Cook County Chi cage Sunday School Allloela- tlon on the Internattc ml IL 8 Jcnonsj hVD0w71t1eText t ed llko aa wo are yet without sin 01Iwo have seen ro birthyd nnd Heaven Ills baptism Matt 3 In this lesson we see Christ In Ills rela tion to Satan and the world of evil teatI1 mony at wo wlltlerI ness language text I believe firmly that rtoTemptation Is No Accident a part of Gods plan for on evelopment It was an item in God programme for Christ It Is also tne programme of every man JUon Is Inevitable Tho unspotted huh ness of Christ did not exempt Hla from tho fiercest assaults of the devil nor can any goodness of ours make proof against tho fiery darts of th evil one Life Itself Is a great tempts jtlon To exist to bo la to bo In the lands of the tempter No manca peak In bated breath about sneaking into Heaven without any temptation No men has ever done that Searc the Scriptures study biography an eee I must be tried tempted assailed thrown down browbeaten wounded stamped upon Jesus Christ eta be absolutely no service to tho man wh is not undergoing testing and trial Temptation Is a Compliment- It Is good for us to know that we an worth being tempted How proud G was of Job because the devil foun something In slim worth contesting for Boys do not break into orchard I aftho grosser things of life and do nol aspire towards a higher and better lift Satan is not bothering himself much bolne8 i are passing through fiery testing thank God and take courage Metal tc be pure must pUll through tae ore dble Temptation Is Not Sin This distinction must be carefullj borne In mind Temptation beeomci sin only when harbored and Indulged In The oW saying We cannot pre bendsbutIn our hair Is fittingly applicable with regard to temptation I cannot prevent wrong thoughts for Instance coming Into my mind but I can retu to allow thorn to lie on my tongue ac sweet morsel It Is the Indulgence ol temptation which becomes sin Could Jesus Christ Have Sinned temptationTOf course It was Of course lie could Otherwise where would be the comfort for us In this story Christ wai tempted In all points like we are flllo Buffered In being tempted and that very tact makes his able to SUQl cot those who are tempted Satan is not foolish enough to waste ammu nition on u man when there Is no pos sibility of the mans surrender rut natanle majesty Is far too wise fat that Men Nerd Not Sin yieldlag Just as Christ overcame In fact thle wilderness conflict with the evil one was for the purpose of revealing to ui not only tho nature of the powers ol darkness but also the secret of victory over all we hosts of wickedness Satan may place as on a pinnacle of temptation but ho cannot cast ui down Wo must cast ourselves down We have tho deciding vote In the mat ter What makes sin awful Is tho fact wrongdoing mission that not one of these acts o1 sin was necessary TemptationOno ewers of Christ to tho appeals of Bata answersThesling originality any superior power of mind and Intellect to which we hu man beings lay no claim Christ over came not because Ho possessed a read for wit than ours nor because tio was andforcekind Nor did these answers como to Christ on tho spur of tho moment answers that had never been used be fore and never could bo again The quotationstheyaro givenbetore provloUIbooused the Sword of the Spirit which ti the Word of God How We May Overcome If wo would overcomo temptation let us follow Christs example Let us not try to be original but be willing to treasurydonrid had used the same weapons for he epld Thy word have I hid In my asalnstTheeand use Gods Word in order that we may be successful In our conflict with the powers of darkness An ounce of patience beats a ton oi profanity OFFICER HOGANS CAPTURE Worked a Double IdIVUy Game on the Credulous HoldUp Man The eleotrlc car was not far from half way between Pullman and South Chica go and was pounding along monotonous ly with a flat wheel and five or six tired and sleepy passengers relates the Chi cago Tribune- It stopped at a lonely crossing to take on another passenger a man of enor mous size rammed up to the cars in a heavy overcoat steppedInsidefrom his coat pocket sail said In a low but determined tone that was heard dls tlnctly through the car Hands up everybody Every hand went up With his deadly weapon held ready for- E Instant action tho bandit began on the first passenger Ill Just relieve you my frlond ho said tootto I guess you wont interrupted tho other with nn amused smile If you deadsyou theayou him when you came In Tho robber seemed to be up against a new game iteIt ho went ahead with tha holdup ho might be pinked by the officer behind ittladman ho moves a muscle unless I tell him to move it Now my friend Ill trouble Watchcme your gun with the butt end foremost Let him have It Dick If he hesitates a second longer Ah thanks gundNow you Infernal scoundrel he said leveling the weapon at his head go and alt down In that corner The robber obeyed Then for the first time he looked for the officer Well pard he growled you played It on me all right I dont see no Officer Hocan1- I Im Officer Hogan said the other snapping the handcuffs on him and Im feeling a bit streaked for letting you have tho advantage of me for about five seconds Note This la submitted as the rough draft of a detective story that could be sadly padded out to 4060 words or more by any aspiring young writer and some discriminating publisher might be glad to accept It and pay i15 for Iton pub lloatlon Imposing Title saThe official tltlo of King Carlos of Portugal Is not a little Imposing Ho Is King of Portugal and the Algarves within and beyond tho seas In Africa Lord of Guinea And of tho navigation and commerce of Ethiopia Arabia Persia and of the West Indies and he is equally well dowered In the mat ter of Christian names Carlos For dlnand Louise Marll Victor Michael Raphael Gabriel Oonzague Xavier FrancolsdAsslsso Josephe Simon This however Is by no moans tho longest list of names In the Portu gueso royal family for the Kings eldest son is tho proud possessor ot seventeen while his majestys young er brother has twentytwo Exceptions to the Rule In spite of the proverbs like does not always produce like Well name your exceptions Havent you heard of such a thing as rich food producing poor health Baltimore American LAntos from France French automobiles at about G 000000 have been exported to tho British Isles this year In that branch of manufactures France Is far ahead ot tho United Kingdom MARKET REPORTS S7CATTLEFair 7S 4q2L gBHKKPUxtraLAMnSExtra FLOURSpring patent S 00IJINo 1redo red 0 S3 4B- A roRYRHAY Choice timothy 12 m 740IARDRtlamBUTTER Choice dairy 0 Se Ifro IIOTATOESPer tD 70 TOBACCOflaw 1 00 11300 Old 1 bo tilt rCHICAGO HLWHEATNONo S W til Sf JOATSNOSPORKMeisLAUDStcam O7 40 NEW YORK 4 10 O 4 t- oLUEATNogOATSNOKYE Western TORKMcaa 1500 UlS 25 LARDBteam 175 O 7 W BALTIMORE J4CORNNOCATTLBSteers 4CO M W- HCUSDressed J 50 I7W LOUISVILLE WHEATNO z red o M CORNNO i mixed 45 49 OATSNo 2 mixed tj 3431 PORKMe 4112 CO LARDSteam U 7 SO INDIANAPOLI- SWItFATNo s red r s rORNNo 2 mixed t 43 H OATSNo 2 mixed fJ 31 eGeeG e Qe ee e G 2 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES f Phone 188 Richmond Ky ICUTFLOWERSI IDESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS II +O+O+O +oo+O +O+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O 1 THE HOUSECLEANING SEASONI- s ihere and every housewife wants one or more o pieces of new FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING t9 Take a Look Through Our Stock It will surprise you how well and bow reasonably we can 4IFITS FROM US ITS GOOD T New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 25 30 aud S38 worth W Ft1O and W5 EVANSiPhone 47M o+O+OO+O+O+O+O+o+o+o+n+O+O+O+O+o+o+O +o +o+o+o++o+o- I 4 Carriage Satisfaction Here ComfortableStylish bodyftnlshthan HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices CARRIAGE P HIGGINS Prop RldunooJ Ky Roller Mills tI3dIddH Manufacturers Fancy Roller Hoar Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour eidddddd- dDPotts Duerson White Suttee Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 340 a m- ArriveItichmond415 a m Arrive a m- ArrivtlClnlinnaU750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive p m Arrive Oincinnati610 p m Going South Train S Dally Leave p m Arrive p m South Train I Dilly Leave Bores1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains numbers 1 and S carry Buffet Parlor ear and cotcbn between Cincinnati end Cuokvllleln both dlrtttloni Tralni num ben 1 nil 4 Pullman rentlbuled Sleeping car and ooacbet between Cincinnati and Knox viiiIn both dlitetUni W H BOWER Ticket Agent ILOUISVILLE ft ATLANTIC RY CO Tlmn wool April 1805 JUST BOUND No 1 Jfo1 Ne6 SOpmNleholarfllUValley View 1124 T4D Richmond ar11W 110 afrrlnea 255r 608BeattjTlIU IMB- aattjTlUe Jot 100 IOM WEST BOUND No 2 Ne4 v Na4 PoNlcholnUtaValley View UI 706 Richmond Iv 503 La Richmond u 733pa 180- lrvla 136 F a uuB- eattjTllle Jjg 1060 aBeattyTllle Jet 530 UM- Ho 2 end I 1 tad I make clOt eoaBtctien at NlcholaiTill to and Seen t siaVn and Onei naU and at Venalllei to and from ibelbIIIsad LoalirlUe No 6 eonneeli at B attrrlue Inflation forJackson For asyrsrthr iDlOll- Uou addeeu any licM agent or a a SMhH AttYenW1tl BuggiesPhaetons Runabouts SurriesTraps Durable GracefulUseful givoNo repaint KENTUCKY WORKS- C Madison County plrls528 Pl1ris980 Bereall1Knoxville81o th4bestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the hone Cab and get prices they will induce yon to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETCj Bought at topnotch prices by Je Se GOTT Depot Street BerN Z7 1i y t Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 forIf Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L DougUi shoes for style comfort and wear it known i everywhere throughout the world They have to girr better satisfaction than J other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear j era expect more for their money than they can jet tUewber We carry a full line and can insure a perfect f fit f inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY iill I I II II II I II I II I I I I I I I I I I III I I I I II II I I I I I I I I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L I I Judge Coyle visited the Citizen office last week exhibiting some fine oranges and grape fruit which he brought up with him from Florida There has been quite a run of measles in town but at present the epidemic seems to be gettingunder control No one has been seriously ill The College turned the building back of Music Hall into an emergency hospital and thus cared for all of the students who were affectedA hits been introduced into the House at Frankfort to establish and support three Normal Schools in the State This is a matter in whichevery citizen should have an interest one way or another Mrs Ed Blazer of Greenfield 0 is visiting the Blazer and Cod dington families here Miss Ethel Putnam underwent a slight surgical operation last week but is up again now The Citizen had an item in this column last week to the effect that Mr W L Harrison had bought out Mr Engles store on Chestnut street This is a mistake MrI Engle is still selling goods at the old stand It was Mr Moyer whom Mr Harrison bought out Uncle Dave McCullums horse ran with him from S E Welchs store to Mr Lewiss shop last week Mr Lewis stopped the horses No damage done Miss Margaret Moyers and Mr C A Van Winkle who have been visiting in Indiana returned Tues day night A change has been made in the Lyceum Course both in date and personel Prof Chas Lane The Greatest Wit of the South will lecture Monday night in place of McLean and Shelton with the Aquariam Chimes Prof Lane comes highly recommended by such men as Senator Colquitt General John B Gordon and Rev and his lecture will doubtless prove a treat to all who hear him The Union Gospel Meetings will begin next Tuesday night There will be a daily service at 315 p m in the Union Church House and another in the College Chapel at 730 p m All both residents in Berea and students in the Col lege are invited to attend the meetings Come to the first one and then attend all you can Professor Dodge with Comrades M J Gabbard P J Policy and Felix Gallagher visited McKee last week and organized an outpost of Captain James West Post with nine members Professor Dodge poke Friday night in the Court House to a large and interested audienceThe number of the Berea News has appeared and presents a verycreditable appearance The very pink and flower of newspaper courtesy might have moved the editor to recognize the fact thatII there has been a paper published in Berea for some little time butI we shall not quarrel with Brother Spink on account of the omission We welcome him to the rewards ofI journalism in Berea and hope that he will long enjoy them Miss Serena Jones of Brassfield and Mr Bristol Taylor of Berea were married last Thursday in Berea Justice Wilson performing I the ceremony Quite a number of the cases against those who were arrested for breach of the liquor laws in Berea some time ago will be tried in Richmond next week Severalof our leading citizens have been subpoenaed by the defendantsI The Berea College cases will be argued in Frankfort on Friday of this week before the Court of Appeals Mr John G Carlisle has come from New York to appear in the casessThere seems little if any doubt that W S Hume the junior mem ber of the Hume Cooperage Com pany of Richmond was drowned in the Valentia disaster on the Pacific coast last weektMr Grosvenor of the Printing Department has a little blackcat which possesses a musical soul It sur prised the familythe other night by sittingon the music stool and striking the keys of the piano evidently charmed with its success in producing sound Mr Grosvenor does not claim that the cat played a tune but that i will come uext i Two young men hitched their horse in front of Mr Oggs studio itohunted around town for some timeD for the horse but at last accounts hud not found their rig Real estate changes aro numerous this week The warm weather stirs the average man to get a pine shingle andsit out in the sun trading The town is busy with real estato agents We call attention to the new ads in the Citizen Mr G D Hollidaysold the Perry Reynolds property on Do pot Street this week for 85and Mr Bicknoll sold the Kimbrell place near Blue Lick church house Mrs Spencer who has been illas the result of an operation is much better Her cousin Mrs White Bales of near Richmond has been with her- Richard Byers six year old son of Dr S L Byers of Seeleyvillo Ind was stolen from his home last May and is supposed to be in the hands of traveling junk dealers or on some house boat on the Ohio or Mississippi The boy is of light complexion has grey eyes has a sharp chin andn narrow projecting forehead He is rather small for his age and is un usually bright and iutelligenttalking after the manner of a boy much older Any information In regard c to such a child will be thankfully received by hU parents TT J I I t I I I I IrJ I r J I I I I I I H I 11 College Items J IfHERE AID THERE r I 1 J tIl t IIlltIi t it 1111 J The Industrial Department has taken on quite a boom this term A now class in Carpentry was organ ized last week making about lift boys who are learning title trade takingSloydSewing are unusually large Mr Dean teacher in the Mod Schools received a visit from h mother and father last Tuesday i Four years ago Wednesday the Chapel burned Prof Marsh went to Lexington on Friday to attend a meeting of thu College tucky Athletic Association of Ken Ben Qnbbnrd with his two brothers from Sand Gap entered school Wednesday i Prof Diusmoro preached at the Chapel service Sunday night Mr Hudson gave a talk onJCIinr actor Building tin Chapel Monday morning The College has purchased 50 worth of astronomical sterooptican elides Forty dollars of this has gone to the purchase of a set of ton mesh nical slides to show the movements of the planets phases of the moon eclipse of the sun and the moon etc lecithese slides some time before the end of the winter term Beginning with February 1 the Vesper hour will be changed from 600 p m to 030 p m and all meetings of the Colleoand Union- Churcbwill be p m hora afterThe College boll is broken and a steam siren is used to mark the periods of the College day Notice of the accident has been sent to President Frost and it is hoped that he will- able bo to report progress in securing a chime for Chapol when he gets hom Miss Robinson has gone te More dith N Hwith the body of hor mother and expects to be homo Saturday night The funeral of Mrs Robinson will Ira held in Meredith today Thursday The sympathy of all has gouo with Miss Robinson o her long sad journey The College will begin using some of the recitation rooms In the Chapel next week tho much still remains toI be done on the building before it finishedPresident and Mrs Frost expect to bo homo noxt Tuesday on the noon train from the north Rev W HubbardDD pastor of the First Presbyterian church Auburn N Y who will lead tho specialmeetings here next week will arrive next Tuesday noon Dr Hub bard preached the Baccalaureate sermon here several years ago an- will be remembered byall who heart him then Miss Emma Johnson formerly a in the College is now at Lox ington attending the State College Her address is Patterson hull Lex ingtonA who was here last year ordered homo by his father in the middle of a term and dutifully obeyed This year he is in College again paying his own expenses A cousin of Professor Lewis who is on his way from his homo in Michigan to Florida is visiting tho Professor for a few days There seems to be some trouble in securing a sufficient number of rooms for the greatly increased num ber of students this winter Miss Alice McKeo is now acting as assistant cataloguer in tho University Ann Arbor Michigan Her is 5M Choovor Court Ann iMve and Order Ilnlly The Law and Order meeting last Friday night was well attended and was much enjoyed The Ariel Quartette and Mr Combs aroused great enthusiasm by their contri butions to the interest Addresses were made by Rev A E Thomson and Mr F E Dizney The org K nization was completed and the I Executive Committee was enlarged- to take in the President and the Secretary of the League The list of those who have made pledges toward the support of the workof the Law and Order League con tains 63 names of individualsmost- of the prominent people in town beside two organizations Several new pledges were given Friday night All these have signed with out solicitation but now a committee has been appointed to solicit the support of those who have not yet pledged Couldnt Iteuiviiibor pupilJohnny agoJohnnybut ten Cleveland Loader V WUKK IX NEW YORK President emd Mrs Irot Iu the aret ally Dear Friends who take the Citizen We wish our neighbors could share with us some of the pleasures of travel without its trials Bnd vexatious If Now York is not as clean as Boa ton it is much cleaner than it used I to be The law against spitting on the sidewalks or in the street curs is vigorously unforced Wo rumembor when the aura used to be aa lllthy as a country story or tho office of a tobacco spitting lawyer but now health and the ladles dresses are orotected muklnfISbut also doing good in all parts of tho world On Monday night Carnogio Hall was filled and thousands turned away at a mooting in hull1f of famous colored school at Alabama Mr Choato lately U S Minister to England presided and Mark Twain anti Robert C Ogdon spoko But tho grout slOcchof tho night was by Booker T Washington himself On next Friday titers is a banquet given by the Missionary Society of the Presbyterians to which they have invited tho members of tho Chinese Embassy And the wonders of New York nlQ truly wonderful It is now tho second I largest city In the world and it sur passos London itself iu the beauty of its parks its majestic harbor and miles of frontage upou the water and in tho convenience of its moor of getting from one apnea to another Tho oily is on Manhattan Island which extends a long distance from south to north co that the great thoroughfares run north and south Tho subway is n roo underground railroad on which you ran rido from the south end of the city to tho north end without tho danger and delay of encasing streets And hero are tho Brooklyn bridge and tho buildings twenty storied high and tho statuo of piturcsNew York is the homo of throo of I our trustees Mr Gndy tho architect who was president of the groat meet 1 etfug of the Federation of Churches lost tall tho Rev Dr Percy S Grant of the church of the Ascension and Mr J R Rogers who te just Bonding us a wonderful typesetting uiaohino t whieh with other equipments on the way will Make our Printing Office the statenWhom I meet here but Mr Wallace A Battle of the aloes of 1001 who is raising monoy for his great and growing school at Okalona MissT tGIThe people here work lent Many of them are at work early in the morning and all of them are up lato at night Many live in tho smaller places a lore miles away and tnako quite a journey to got hero in tho morning and to return at night This they do in order to have tit I country air and country quiet partsIThere is not space to speak of tho historical interest of this oily Hero Washington was inaugurated as President sad here arp burled Aloxandar Hamilton Robert Fulton and General Grant The now bronze statue of General Sherman on horse backwith a figure of Victory walk lug before him is splendid to see We are glad to hope that wo shat- soon see again the white tower of our own Chapel sad tho quiet crest of Berea Knot Wu GOODBLL FROST DIUTIIAIIY Mrs Frances Eliza Robinson died inaliShe was born in Boothby Maino March 23 1831 and was married to Josoph W Robinson of Meredith N H October 2 1852 Sho had been a widow for nearly twenty years Her children are Dr M H Robinson of the University Ills Mr Francis S Robinson of Meredith N H Rev C F Robinson of Clinton Conn Mr Goo W Robinson o Harvard University Mrs M S Swain of Laoonia N H and Miss J A Robinson of Boron Col lege She was a faithful wife and a devoted mother tho virtuous woman ose children arise and call her blessed J A R relit Ittttlfiinl The following resolutions wore adopted by Copt James West Post G A R Jan 20 1000 Whereas Comrade Archio Potti ford departed this life on tho Oth of December last Resolved That wo sincerely mourn the loss from our ranks of a worthy comrade an upright and honorable citizen and a devoted Christian Resolved That our tender sympa thies are hereby offered to tho widow and family of thor departed comrade Resolved t wo request the publication of these resolutions in the newspapers of tho town L V DOWIE P J rOLLEr M B RAMSEY Commute GET SQUARE J WITH YOUR COLD Our Laxative Cold tablets knockcolds and grippe silly Take them at night feel morningwIt is a good thing to have a bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc The Porter Drug Coy iNCORfOBATtD At the UptoDate Grocery You can always find J The Freshest and Best Of Everything that can be i I found in the Market tf ItiEverybodys business solicited Prompt delivery W D LOGSDON j 9a99f 1 Furniture is a Necessity J- It itYoumust have it to make your home look and fool comfortable winter There is no betterW90 1time to buy than now and we 1 things you need Kitchen DinWit ingroom and Parlor Furniture W room Suites Desks Carpets Window ifShades Pictures etcff LOUIS 0 LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave I pis0 Phone 93 I eeEEE EEEEEEEeEEEEEE ooooooooooocooooooooooooooo is Ii o o i DON T MISS I o iITHEt I e0 o j o o 8 1 IllIcao J 0 0 0AT0 I i I If 0 i I i I III The NwCash Store f t 1 PROPRIETORSIIo a 0oIofIofaoSoMosoIotoSoSoRoIoo faoIotao fool lofaoiofaosooS- oSara Mrw w w r Y IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED Interesting Happenings Boiled Down For the Busy Render FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES What Our Government Officials Aro Doing Crimes and Casualties A Summary of Prominent Event Througout the Globe Congressional Briefs Two vote In tho houeo on the 24th lAiowwl that Speaker Cannon and hi organisation wero In oomplote oar trol and t3a Joint statehood prograi of tho administration has been adoptee Fortythrryj republican Insurgents wont down to defeat having vote vainly with tbo democrats to gain control of tho rule the terms of which aro to govern the statehood but In He poa sage through the house Tho vote on the adoption of the rule Woe carrie by A majority of 30 The house passed tho statehood bill according to sobedule The republic an opposition to tho measure hiW spent its enUro force and no effor WM made to defeat the bill on Ita flee passage but 38 of the Ineui paW voting agalaK tho measure Tho bill passed by the vote ot 104 to 110 The senate commlUeo on terrltc tin attlhortMd a favorable report OD sea joist sUilofaexxl bill paNed by the houeo Tho treaty under which Uio Unite Staled relinquished to Cuba all otaln or title to the isle ot Pines whloh ha been pending since November 11 1901 was ordered reported by a majority or the eenate committee on foreign rely tl- onsIn senate committee on the Phil voted to report favorably thet bigovernor and John to be vice governor of the Philippine islands The fret aUempt at fllllweterisg at this session occurred In the bouse or toiifktfeoey Mil waiving 6he eight how law for foreign Uborers on the Pass XM Canal In his testimony before the aenat Interetat canal commute It deve qMd that Tfodore P aoRta eMir man of the lathm a slat commie i aloe Is fwwinc ltMK per year sal arjr a pnWeat of the Clover Let MUlnXU md 10090 frost Ura Uaitel Stttee forvrnwiK- ChalnnuN Uetfevni retorted to Oho j tew Ma railroad rate Wit with tbs fix rable recomanirtathm of the an ttw rotxsbltoaa ertd de oorU iseei ben of tfce ln eruut and IoNtp orttneep eonselrNeaa- Is a eeeaton of too ihowin tile ltosee parsed the vrgett dcAdency eppn prhttion bill oarrjr1 K 1SSU1M is corporate In w Jleh to a provision tim Ute eighthoar taw ahull sot apply to eMa Iabonn on the lanama canal Senator Pulton prevented a resolu Lion In the senate authorising the pay most of funeral oxpanna ameunUnj to in ot the late Senator Mitchell Miscellaneous Items TIle confidential ox changes now go leg on among the representatives of tho powers In the Moroccan confer onee discloses the oxtremo dlOlemlty at arranging an agreement that both Franca and Germany would accept 1 By the will of Marshall Field filed In the probate court tho city of Chlca go Is niado beneficiary of 8009000 which Is to bo used for tho endow mont and maintenance of tho Field Columbian museum now situated In Jackson park In addition to tho sum left for tho museum various bequests aggregating 17BGS000 aro made to relatives and friends ot tho testator Wlh those exceptions the entire estate II to be kept Intact until ono of the two suns ot Marshall Field Jr IIgrandlO of tho testator shall have tho ago of 50 years The grandsons aro now 0 and 12 years old Marshall Field Jr died on November f 27 1905 of a bullet wound accldontaa ly inflated whllo handling a revolver Chinas Imperial commission sent t- olIthoUnited States to study American social educational and In was received formally by President Roossvalt at tho white house I A snore of Chinamen engaged in a revolver battle In the streets of Chinatown I Now York whloh resulted in I the death of two Chinamen tho mor tal wounding of a third Mil tho sorl ous wounding of a fourth Tho battle woo between two rival Chinese scale tire tho Hip Sings and On Lcongs During the months ot July August t and September 1053 wore killed and 1 16385 Injured Among passengers and- of etcam railroads in tho Iempoyes A mutiny broke out at Vladivostok A report that Gen Sollvonoff the- cmmaMdr ofthe army corps has been wounded 4s confirmed The mu tiny pee duo to tho reserve men Don Alforo former president of Ec uador and leader of the recont revolu tlon which overthrow President Oar ola Is now supremo chief of tho re Field a brother of the late tJubUcI Filed and Mrs J N Field passengers on tho Arabic which r In Now York from England Mr Field will take charge of Fields t business A vote on two resolutions tn a cat od soxrion of tho United Mine Wotl era showed that the stand patters were in tho minority and all efforts to place the convention on record as ta voring oxtremo measures in the at tempt to forco tho operators of tho central competitive district to aim the operators and minors of the eoutl western district to tho functions of tho Joint conferenco proved futile The triple alliance between Gorman Great Britain and Italy for colleens of claims against Venezuela is the greatest barrier to Franco making punitive demonstration in Venezuela watersIn informed drake it is not anticipated that France will take er orcetlo notion against Venezuela to force President Castro to malt amends for the wrongs Franco claim until the Moroccan question is settler A decree has boon Issued by thl VenMiiotan government recalling Ita consuls in France and wlthdrawlni the oxequatora of tho French consul In VenezuelaThe government ropllot to the Joint note of tho diplomat oorp It maintains tho position It has taken regarding M Tnlgny and says tint any government of thus ropreeented by the diplomatic corp may at any time find iteelf in the sam position Own Joseph Wheoler tlio famoui confederate cavalry leader and a brig adier general of tho United State army alnco the war with Spain dIed at the home of his sister Mrs Sterling Smith In Brooklyn The veterai of two wars was 00 years old and was strlchea with a severe ooid six day before which developed into pleurisy and pneumonia Idle children won with him when the odd came Among the messages of condolence received by the family ot Gen Joseph Vhoaler of which there are 700 wai one from President Roosevelt Brooding over the fatal Illness or her old family Mend Gen Joseph Wheeler Mrs Margaret Bailey ended her life with strychnine at tho Sher man houee Chicago The RueeUn government ii under taking to compensate tho owners or houses whloh wero damaged during the recent bombardment at Moscow Tine covert the ease ot Americans and other foreigners who suffered prop my 10MIThe body of a well dressed aroma was found in tho Ohio river Jut above Cairo III Dr James MoManus stoner of Alexander county tool barge of the body but found no dev to the woman1 Identity Secretary Bonaparte has tsibmlttei to the hoMe committee oa naval af Iklra an amended antlhaslog bill which he believe embraeea the oWe changea la present taw suggested by members of the eomoittee The Aneet pair of trotting horses U he heed la the IMue grata etate te th wedding present OongrsMnian Nlor toe LtMgworth and hla bride wilt re eetnr frost Cincinnati friends Mlse Attn Roosevelt sal Congr maa Mehohu Loacwortb were gun at II teetloMMM dinner tendered b7 lanac H Clothier to Lloyd C artweoa of Phlhulelphta rooently appoInted ambaeeador to Drain The Cubes eenate uaantaiouel paeeed an apjiroprtatlon of M000 for the purehaae of a weddtag gift for Mlee AUoe RooIOftIt Aseuraaoes arA given that the houee will take similar action PreBtdent and Mrs Roosevelt Issuee their InvMatlona to the wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt nnd Reprosenta Uvo Longworth of Ohio which Is tc take place at noon February 17 as al ready announced Stephen Deoatur grandson of Commodore Decatur first class United 1tatos naval academy was dismissed prom the navy by Secretary Bonaparte In conformity with tho sentence or tho court mart1al in his case on the ihargo ot hazing Nicole Murdaco an Italian was langed In the Jail yard at Jersey City for the murder of his wife in that fly In tho course ot a long conversation with a correspondent at St Petersburg Count Wltio declared that oven Ir It were left to his discretion to en argo the scope of tho concessions rantod by tho emperor ho would not now enlarge them oven a hairs ireodth All worlds rocords for till Wlomo ior and for the mile wore broken in tho automobile turnamont at Ormond atonn Fla Tho new figure places Ihe mllo for cars of all powers at 28 16 ocondi and for tho kilometer at 18 2G ocondsAn sensational trIal came lo an end in Now York whon a Jury In tho criminal branch of tho supreme curt reported that Norman Hapgood editor of Colliers Weekly was not guilty of criminal libel Cot William D Mann editor ot Town Toplos Now York was arrested on a charge pf jwrjury growing out of hili testimony In the recent criminal bet proceedings against Norman Hap nod editor of Colliers Weekly From naval sources tho state depart mont has been advised of tho collapse or tho last remnant of tho insurrection In Santo Domingo Two clerks out of work In Phlladel his committed suicide in a Phlladel hla boarding house At least six persons lost their lives In a fire which partially destroyed the llchardson hotel ono of tho loading lubllo houses in Lowell 7Jasa Now York detectives arrested a man ror whom they declare tho police of the world havo been searching for mora than four years Tho prisoner I a declared to bo James Manes for tverly on American bookmaker who Is wanted In connection with tho famous Dank of Liverpool robbery of Novenn ber 22 1901 The wrecked steamer Valo cit now lies submerged and broken but a portion of a mast stands above tho water near Victoria B C Of tho total of 1C4 passengers and crew on board at the time she went on tho rock 36 have been accounted for Not a woman or child was saved Another survivor of the Valcnd wreck has boon found In Frank Con nors who was discovered on Turret Island B C in a very exhausted con dltion F D Bunker assistant superintone ont of schools of Seattle Wash wbo hoe been at the Valencia wreck to search for the bodies of his wife and children severely condemns tho Ufe preeervora on the wrecked steamer Robbers wrecked the safe of Ute bank of Owaseo in the Cherokee Nn Len with dynamite and escaped with several thousand dollars- It has bean deckled to raise tho Jail anoeo legation at Rome to tho rank of an embassy and It is understood that M Uchada the Japanese minister at Poking will be appointed nmbo rador to Italy Edwin Morgan former Unite States minister to Korea who arrive At San Francisco from the Orient cn route to Cuba as minister to that rc public in an Interview on Korea said American goods find a high mark t there and mining enterprises conduc od by Americans aro being success fuHy worked Mrs Charles CAn okI wife of tho mllUonalre oil and mining man US murdered by Maurice Buck a form coachman at Los Angeles Cal Tho motive of the crime is believed to hllvo been blackmail Following the dismissal of Chester A J Blocbaum of Missouri after 11 verdict of guilty returned by tho na val curt martlal Midshipman Richar R Mann an appointee of Prosldon Roosevelt was restored to duty tho verdict In his case being not guilty The British admiralty says that tho rumors that tho British battleship D0 minion is going to Venezuela oro groundless Sho will leave Halifax N S for homo Tho apostolic delegates to tho United States Is to have a magnificcn mansion In Washington Tho prescn delegate Is Mgr Felconlo Catholic throughout tho various dioceses hay subscribed 100000 toward the buIld- Ing of the residence or legation Charles L Tucker convicted or the murder of Mabel Pago of Weston Mom on March 31 1904 was sentenc ed to death by olootrioKy during tho week ot Juno 10 Fighting has begun in tho environ of Tangier between the Anjera tribesmen and members of Rateutos band The tribesmen have burned throe vi leges east of Tangier Dept William H Van S halok was found guilty of criminal negligence In falling to have fire drills on the steam er General Slocum which ho eon minded In June 1904 who the steamer burned with the Joey of over 100 Mvec Ho was immediately sentence to ten years Imprisonment Nine tone of steel girdors fell from above the seventh floor ot the now Ah man building in proooss ot orootlo In New York and crushed a wortenai Hdward Steinman to death and ser ou ly Injured five other workmen who were employed on tho building PoMcetnan John A Ocollard who shot himself rather than appear befor the police board and answer to a charge of immorality is dead Mrs DJward P Carey a mlssiouar at Harpoot In Bastorn Turkey 18 deed Mrs Carey went to that poInt as a missionary in 1901 with her hu hand Sho was born In Princeton 111 in1875Threo cases of smallpox wero din covered at tho Central hospital tor Insane Jacksonville Ill Many of the 1200 patients have possibly been expo Charles Harwooda f6mcFpoTlcc man entered tho Peoria Ill polio headquarters and with tho point of n revolver hold up tho chief and sovci takers for 15 minutes and ho vented his Insane wrath In a delugo of curses Later he knocked a woman down will his revolver and barricaded hlmsol in his home defying arrest Fivo armed men terrorized tho viI age of Hast Youngstown 0 shooting two men and terribly beating H third who died later Tho robbers mado a raid on a saloon and secured about 500 and escaped Count Maurice Do Peregny an old French archaeologist has dlacovcfct In the Pcton district of Guatemala ai Immense ancient city of the Mayw ivhlch will take months to properly in rostlgato Trade of the United States will RussIa including tho Asiatic part dur Ing the fiscal year 1905 as shown by the records of the bureau of st tls dent in tho department of commerce md labor amounted to 28800000 ol vhlch 11800000 represented Import nto tho United States and 17000000 tbo exports of tho United States to lussla Rev Mathew OKoefo pastor of the toman Catholic church of the Immao date died at Townson Md ot pnou nonla contracted while responding to calls to attend tho sick Tho spasmodlo movements that have boon going on In British Columbia for he last few years towards secession from tho Canadian federation aro bo oming more serious Business failures In tho United hates for tho week ending January 25 1906 number 276 against 279 the previous week 288 in tho like week ol 905 242 in 1904 and 230 in 19iK The directors ot the LIttle Rock asoball club closed a deal with Chas immer tho former Cleveland catcher to manage the LVttlo Rock team ol he Southern League during tho sea on of 1906 I WRAPPED IN FLAGS The Remains of Gen Wheeler Taken to Wnshln ton An Imposing Military Pageant Eo corted the Body to the Church In New York When Brief Services Were Held Now York Jan 29An Imposln military pageant passing across Drool lyn bridge brief services at St Thou as Episcopal church in Fifth avonu nnd an escort across the North rive ferry to Jersey City whero tho body was placed on a train to be taken to Washington tor Interment In tho national cemetery at Arlington marked tho funeral in this city Sunday ot Brig Oen Jos Wheeler cavalry lender of the Confederacy and later ono of tho most prominent figures among the generals of the SpanishAmerica war Tlio body of tho dead soldier was wrapped In the nags under whlol ho had carved with almost equal 1ger and distinction tho stars and bars ot tho Confederate states and the star and stripes Veterans of tho souther and northern armies mingled in pay- Ing tribute to Gen Whooler with tho younger veterans of tho Cuban and Philippine campaigns of 1898 and 189 The route of tho funeral cortege WIlS lined with great crowds most of whom stood with bared heads as tho pro cosftlon passed The funeral took place from tho home of Gen Wheolera sister Mrs Sterling Smith in Brooklyn whet Gen Wheeler died on Thursday ot pnoumonlaA horse with boots reversed in tho stirrups and a cavalry sword dangling train tine saddle was led jus behind the caisson The church edifice was thronged The funeral sferives were simple and brief Tho altar of the church wa almost hidden beneath tho floral 01 faring one among them a grog wreath sent by President Roosevelt THE INDICTED PACKERS The Question of Immunity Front Crlm Inal Prosecution Must Be Tried Chicago Jan 29Tbnt the question of the Indicted packers Immunity from prosecution must be tried on tho facts became a practical certain Sunday when tho last effort of lho opposing attorneys to reach on agree mont by which tho matter might bs expedited failed Tho hearing that now becomes necessary will involve the taking of a largo volume of test mony and will last for perhaps taro weea Had an agreement been reach od a plea for the defendant packer Would have been made to which th government wouM have pled a de mutter On thus demurrer tho attor neye would have argued oeforo Judge Humphrey with no testimony and without Jury FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Mayor Dunne of Chicago Signed the So Called 75000000 Ordinance Chicago Jan 291 have appended my signature to tho municipal own erahlp measure recently passed by the city council and am resting content in the belief that my plans for the mu nlclplllzatlon of the Chicago street can lines will bo realized before my pros out term of offlce ended Mayor Dunne mado tho foregoing announcement He said ho had sign od tho socalled 75000000 ordinance Saturday night while lying lit at his home In the belief that It was fleece sary for him to sign tho ordinance within ten days from the dato of pas sago In order that they might become legal under the provisions of tho city charterThat legal obstacles will bo placed In the way of the consummation of his plans Is anticipated by Mayor Dunne A SUBWAY SYSTEM Application Will Be Made To the Chicago Council For a Franchise Chicago Jan 29 Application will be mado to tho city council by the Chicago Central Subrailroad Co for a 50 year franchise for ton mlle subway system for passenger traffic under Chi cagos downtown streets Tho com pany was organized In 1894 with a capital of 15000000 and a franchise was asked for at that Ume but the council refused to grant It Cost of the War Toklo Jan 29An official report submitted to the diet shows that the actual outlay for the war from tho beginning of hostilities to their end in September last was for the array 495000000 and for tho navy 90 000000 Presents For MiCa Roosevelt Poking Jan 29Tho dowager om press has sent to the American legation a number of wedding presents for Miss Alice Roosevelt Tho presents consist of costly Jewels silks and ermine robes Thousands of Veterans Die Washington Jan 29lu tho past six months taps have been sounded aver tho graves of 28006 pensioners if the civil war according to a stato neat of Pension Commissioner Warner Thero were 679234 pensioners on December 31 To Join Unions Paris Jan Z9Six thousand government employes held a meeting hero and adopted resolutions demanding hat tho government frame and have passed a bill permitting Its servants to form unions I INTERESTING STATE NEWS ij KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Lincolns Birthday May Be Made a Holiday In Kentucky Frankfort Jan 26The sensation of the day In the legislature was the decision of tho majority of the con mlttco In the NoalBaxtor contest from Louisville which declares that no legal election was hold and tho seat 18 vacant Tho sonata passed the Allot Cammack bill appropriating 12500 for restoring tho Henry Clay statue In tho cemetery at Lexington Tho house resolution providing for approprlat exorcises on Lincolns birthday ann versary on February 1 was adopte Senator Wards resolution urging cot gross to amend the constitution so ns to provide for an income and inherl anco tax was adopted- In the house the following bills were reported favorably Empowering fiscal courts to levy tax to pay for turnpikes prohibiting adulteration of tin othy seed relating to drainage of public lands and providing for paymen thereof majority report provIding for the election of road supervisor Instead of by appointment Tho resolution authorizing tho printing of bills by some one other publl printer because of the delay was cal cd from the clerks desk by Represen tatlvo McKnlght and passed Ropre sentatlvo Dlsken of Campbell county offered a resolution that the genera assembly petition congress to adop some measure providing for the regu latlon of railroad rates and that the members from Kentucky be urged to use all honorable means to promote such legislation Frankfort Jan 2GTwo feature of Thursdays session wore tho pas sage of the dog tax law by the senate and the seating of Baxter democrat by the house Tho dog law provide for a tax of 1 a year on each dog and tho money thus collected Is to canI atltuto a fund in each county to pay for sheep and other animals killed by dogs Before the adoption of the pres cnt constitution separate counties nov and then would have the legislature pass a dog law but no general dot law has been passed since 1891 It Is claimed the house wilt concur In the bill passed Thursday as much of the old prejudice against a dog tax hat died out In the house Dlskcn of Newport presented a petition from the Newport Turngctnelnde protesting against the revenue bills disposition of bnlldlnr and loan associations Representative Alverson offered a resolution authorizing the speaker to appoint a dele gate to tho divorce law congress in Washington Representative McKnlght of Mason offered a substitute to the report of the committee on executive affairs selecting R W Miller as the delegate from the house The vote for the substitute was unanimous The committee in the contest of Howard VB Yaden which made the finding last week reported seating of Mr Yaden Asked that 100 be allowed the contestee and 50 tho contestant Frankfort Jan 27 Senator Cox republican of Mason Introduced by request a bill providing for nonpartisan board of control for tho states charitable institutions Tho board Is to consist of three members and at least ono doctor and one lawyer to be appointed on the board by the gov ornor not more than two members of any ono political party shall bo up pointed on tho board It is understood this bill has the united indorsement of tine medical profession all over the state and its passage will be strenu ously urged Senator Linn offered a resolution requesting the state print tag commissioner and attorney general to take steps to forfeit the contract of public printer George Fetter because the senate bills were not printed on tlmo- Another v grist of bills was presented in the house among them one to make Lincolns birthday a legal holiday in Kentucky The house passed tho annexation bill for secondclass dues with the substitute as agreed on by the committee M H McLean of Covington chairman of the municipal tUes committee made tho fight for the bill ably seconded by Will Klalrc tho member from Lexington and they would not be denied In their efforts to pass the bill Friday Representative Simmons of Kenton county offered numerous amendments but all were voted down and the bill passed THE RACE MEETING Doubts As To One Being Held at Lex Ington This Season Lexington Ky Jan 27It Is not a certainty that Lexington will havo a race meeting this spring although dates have been allotted by tho Amer ican Racing association There has been no move made as yet towtrd hold ing a meeting Capt S a Brown who died recently was the president of tho association which held Its Ini tial meeting hero last spring and since his death thoro has been no reorganization ot the club Charles F Mcekln is vice president ot tho sane clatlouand he said that as yet noth- Ing has been done and that ho could not yet say whether another meeting would bo held W C Scott Is score tary of the association and he is still In the south with his family they hav- Ing gono to a health resort Joseph Hengenreuths String Lexington Ky Jan 29Lee Chris ty who trained Lavanla Belle and other great horses for tho late B F HOT let hag been engaged to handle the ring of Joseph Hergonrouth the Tip iccanoo 0 turfman and will do his rprlng training A Third Interest In Gold Heels Lexington Ky Jan 29lIIndo laker recently sold for a private con deration io Sidney Bedford Midway Cy a third interest In the great racehorse Gold Heels Bedford owns navy thoroughbred mares NEW MAIL CRANE It Is the Invention of J T Nash of Lexington Ky Lexington Ky Jan 2JJ T Nub of this city has returned from Wash ington where ho has been to get letter patents on a mall crane which he than recently invented and which has been pronounced by patent attorneys and government officials to be the most marvelous Invention of its kind The contrivance works automatically and will deliver ono mall sack and pick up another at tho same time whllo tho train is going ut full speed and without any effort on the part ot tho railway mall clerk Nash expects to get his patents by the 1st of April after which ho will make a thorough test with government officials ROBBED THE SAFE Noise of a Passing Train Drowned the Report of the Explosion Louisville Ky Jan 29 Although nine people wore In the building at Anchorage a Louisville suburb whoa tho safe In Hausgcn Fulton Cos office was blown to pieces early In tho morning and robbed of 500 part of which 225 belonged to tho United States government no one heard tho explosion This was due to tho skill of the cracksmen and their thoughtful nose In doing tho work just as a fast freight train on tho LoulsWUo Nash vlllo railroad passed not 20 feet away The thieves fled in a stolen rig whloh was found In Cherokee Park by e guard AN EXPLOSION PREDICTED The Negroes Fled From the Work But the Accident Did Not Materialize Louisville Ky Jan 2GA small army of negroes many of them women and all employes of tho company hurried from tho National Tobacco works at 18th street and Broadway shouting and wringing their hands The cause of tho exodus was a predic thou by a fortune teller that tho holler In the plant would blow up at 9 oclock and kill everybody Tho disaster was foretold several weeks ago In tho morning some one men tinned the matter in the stemming room and the panic ensued but the accident did not take place TO CONTEST THE WILL Relatives Allege That Undue Influence Was Used Louisville Ky Jan 27Sutt to con test the will of DY John A Ouchtor tony was filed hero by August Fabian Ouohtorlony and Alma Matilda Ouch terlony brother and sister of Gothen burg Switzerland They allege undue Influence Tho estate Is valued at from 100000 to 300000 and much of the wealth was left to tho Roman Catholic church in this diocese IA M Harrison Settles Winchester Ky Jan 27A M Harrison formerly an agent of tho au I ditor of state who compromised a back tax suit for 1000 and who was subsequently charged with fraudulent ly retaining the money settled tho matter hero by paying the amount Into court The Shooter Escaped Ford Ky Jan 2GCbarles Tensely Is alleged to have shot and killed Tandy Chonault Tensely walked Into the room and was told he was not welcome He then pulled his pistol It Is said and began shooting Ton sely escaped Fatal Quarrel Over a Debt Hazard Ky Jan 20 During a quarrel over a debt of 50 cents Joshua Meadows shot and Instantly killed his cousin Burton Little The men wore neighbors and had been close friends Alter the deed Meadows attempted suicide Red River Moonshiner Shot Beattyvjlle Ky Jan 27 United States Deputy Marshal Mays and Deputy Collector W T Short engaged In- on encounter with moonshiners on ned river In which about 25 shots hero fired One moonshiner was shot a Is evidenced by a troll ot blood Died at the Age of 103 Paducah Ky Jan 29At she ago or 103 years David Wood a farmers dead at his homo near Drookport m a few miles from here Ho was the father of 12 children and was born In Now York state New Mining Company Paducah Ky Jan 29 Articles of ncorpotation have been filed at Phoenix Ariz by the Paducah Bullfrog bold Mining Co whloh is capitalized at 1000000 The stockholders ore aU Paducah men- Confederate Regrets Owcnsboro Ky Jan 9I1bo Rice E Graves camp of Confederate voter ans has passed resolutions of regret at tho death of Gen Joseph Wheeler Cap Ellis who was In Wheelers dl isloa during tho war made an address Killed By a Train Cortngton Ky Jan 29Frank ICIe fer 45 was killed by a train In this city Both legs wore cut off and tho body wes otherwise badly cut and noised lIe evidently was run down and killed by a cut of cars i 2w i I 11 I II 1 1 1 111111 I I I I II I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 11 1 I I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 H Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubUebed nnkN signed in fan by the writer The name I not tot publication but as an trident ot good faith Write pla1l11r taa LLLLLLL LLLYI 111 1 1 11 I I I I I I I 1 MADISON COUNTY XVAIIACKTON Jan 2iMrs Mark Lamb of Lancaster is this week visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs Lawjsonyoung at her homo in Wallacoton trMondaynightEbb Brockman and family visited G B Gabbard SundayD S Botkin has returned from London Ky whore ho has been on business Rev Mr Smith filled his regular appointment at Wallaceton Baptist Church Sun day and SundaynightMrs Alice Clarkvisited home folks Sunday and stayed over till MondaySam Eden Jr attended Lancaster court Mon day Ho reported horses cheap Oscar Gabbard and George Tisdale Jr went to Richmond Wednesday businessJohn Owens and family of Wnllaceton moved Friday to GB Gabbards house on Dog Walk Luck to the Citizen and its many I readers IIICKOHY PLAIN Jan 30Miss Mary Wilson spent I Sunday with Miss Mallisa Norval 1r Mrs Arnet was the guest Sunday of 1 Mrs Emily BarkerMrs Fred Johnson of Kingston spent Sunday I vith her parents Mr and Mrs W 3 Harris Misses Jennie and Lizzie iurdett spent one evening of last t eek with Mrs Addie Cornelison ire Kiz Cornelison and son Paul ent to Lexington Sunday night and MaytJlaupin spent a few days of last week with relatives at Whites Station Misses Ola Harris and Bessie Johnson were the guests of Misses Bertha Mollie and Murtie Johnson Saturday nightR R Harris has sold his merchandise at Peyton town undwith his family has moved to this vicinity Ho will Shortly go to Paint Lick where ho will engage in clerking IIAUTS Jan 20 January has brought us some extremely pretty weather It makes us think of Aprils warm days Harry McClure and sister Pear visited the Misses Lake Saturday Katie S Lake visited Rev M K Pasco from Saturday until Monday The farmers seem to be in the wood business this fall and winter J W Lake says he has boat them all cutting wood Since July 1st until January he has cut and put up by himself 50 cords of wood Hurrah for Lake Ella E Lake is fixing for an entertainment at the last of her schoolwhich will be on tho 22d of February Tho little pupils seem to be interested very much OWSLEY COUNTY GAltDAIlI Jan 2f1W have had a very nice winter so far only four snows have fallenJas R Gabbard was at Booneville FridayDan Robinson drew a pension a few days ago of six dollars per month Dan seems to be allright nowLincoln Bolin of WednesdayAllen hero Thursday He went on to Rice town to purchase railroad ties Several drummers are calling on our merchants of latoJ L Gabbard recently purchased fine wagon from goingtolives within three miles of Berea i Will Huff and Findley Bolin got in to a quarrel the other day but for I no trouble followedJohn Bryant of Buffalo passed through here Monday on his way to Campton Ky Circuit court being in session there he was going as a witness in a i murder casoMrs C B Gabbard SundayIwore on I I SundayBerryocently visited relatives at this I place He recommends Missouri very Vighly Several of our citizens aro n the tie business and the boys say haulingthembad condition Boys you will have to have light10adsbIr Will Ab shire of South Booneville is very poorly with fovorOno of H Eversoles sons was here Friday on business Joe Johnson of Jackson county passed through hero last Tuesday with a fine drove of cattle which he intended to take to Rich- Mond KyPete Hacker must be tho most successful mule raiser in Owsley runty from tho recommendations ho gets around abouts Undo Colson Duff of Wolf Creek is the oldest man in Owsloy county He is 90 years old and very hearty for hi- sngoR W Minter of Booneville was here Friday after a load of corn We learn that Arthur Garrett bought two fox hides from Wel Wilder for fifteen dollars Boys wet f l 7f4 w T advise you to take your furs to Arthur if this be tho caseLnne Bowling was at Boonevillo Friday on businessJames Fields and Jas McGuire are in the photograph busi ness Fields is an old experienced hand Ho says that he has been in this business for twenty years He is now touching McGuiro tho pro fession They have taken a good many pictures in our neighborhood and all seem to be very wellsatisfied with their work Subscribe for the Citizen if you want tho news mcirrowx Jan 27Allare astonished at the pleasant weather we are having through this month and all seem to be making good use of it Tie mak ing is the principal occupation There is quite a demand for cattle of late Cattle buyers are far more numerous now than they have been for some timeJ L Gabbard sold Arthur Garrett two fine heifers fo- r35Messrs Fields and McGuiro photographers have been making pictures in this vicinity recently Thoir work proved satisfactory t- oallThis vicinity can now boast that tberewillnot be A single crow with in twenty miles of this place next summer Court broke at Booueville last week Tho contest trialwhich was to decide who should be sheriff Rice or Neeh was not triedD M Cash the practicing physician of this place seems to be making a record as a doctor among the people Helms the writers best wishes for his future successC n Moorowho purchased a mule from Larkin Gibson sometime ago for 125 has found out that he was very badly cheated in the trade The mule was of the famous Hacker breedbut proved to be a very poor specimen of it His tailwas broken Wol Wilder was at J L Gabbards Wednesday on business It was falsely reported that he sold Arthur Garrett two fox hides for 15 Too much for hides isnt it WeD Tho progress of the Nineteenth Century seems to be dawning upon the people of Ricetown One can plainly see the advancement of the people in civilization and modes of living We have now in our vicinity two saw mills one owned and run by Bige Marshall of Wolf Creek which is now sawing railroad ties Another is owned by Joseph Raker which is following the same business D M Casha graduate of the Louisvillo Medical college is now practicing physician of this place Garrett Bros formerly of White Oaknow own and operate H H Ricos storoI and probably sell more goods than countyWethe largest common schools in thoI county This has been taught of late by some of Owsloys most prominent teachers each one of them liar ing attended school at Berea College Meredith Gabbard who now resides in Hamilton 0 Stephen Gabbard who now owns a share and is clerk OwsleyCphysician at Oneida Ky and T P Gabbardwho is now one of the GonI Bowel TroubleIs sign that your diges tive organs are overworked too heavily burdened in a statct- ofrebelllollo Itisaserl oils condi tion and if- neglected will result in of the gravest characteriI Death not infrequently ensues as the penalty for thinking that the trouble unasIIstedcondltIondontInvitenearest druggist and buy a bottle ofIDr CaldwellsLaxatlut Syrup PepsinI- t is the safest quickestacting andImost effective in the world or troublespleasant andInstantly I The confined gases are released fer affectedlocalityDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdollar ItdoesI Your postal card requelf will briolZ by feW a CALDWRLLJBOOK woudcdllnmc4PEPSIN SYRUP Montloello IllinoisCOIFor Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY w j 1- i i 4ar oral Assembly at Frankfort Ky WI are proud to recognizo these honor ablo mon us our Instructors and teachers who have sot such an exam pIt boforo tho young girls nnd boys of our school that wo hopo that some of thorn may somo day rival the work of their toachors In tho way of advice all we can add is fake tho ox ample of Him tho greatest of nil nod try to do what you think would please Him tend tako as your guid ance not what others say but what your conscience tolls you and you will know mid feel that you Imvo done right and pleased Him Who gireth and takoth away- JACKSON COUNTY not itii iici Jan SWe are having very moderate weather through January but it looks as tho wo nrajeotug to have some winter today in this section lire getting In poor condition A Louisville firm is start ing up a state ruoket in this locality So tho boys that want to work will not have an excuse If they ent get work at one thing thy am at another Mra Emoline Morris who lived with her son Louis Morris at Valley View Madison oaunty riled and was buried at Pine GNJVB lust Wednesday Henry Martin who has been sick for tho last three mouths is not getting tiny bottar Rev Kitchen of Berlin filled his appoint pleat at Pine Grove last Saturday and Sunday and had a very good turn out Prayer Meeting is still continuing PinuGroro Undo Jack Jones is the loader Ho IB a man of no great ability but he is a good and faithfulservant and is a pious old man who wants everybody else to be tho seine When tho church mooting and prayer meeting come around you will find Undo Jack In his stet L B Martin is doing very wH in the goods business James hose says that he is going to hold his Qgga over until they go up in the spring W T Martin and John Martin ngohavefind a house to rent John hAS Nted on the river near his inotherliilRw Mrs Tussy and W T Martin has located in Roakaastle county near his fatherinlaw Mat Mutiiiw Stella Phillips who was shot acci dentally is getting better- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ItOCKlOltl Jan 80We are leaving Some very pretty weather now IMdie McGuiro of Disputants hiss attend to J W Todds farm near this Misses Ella Lake arid Iteeefe Todd visited Misses Annie and Mattte McGuire Sunday leeJ W Todd went to Conway Tuesday on bull nessMr and Mrs J B Daltou of Richmond Ky visited T C Vines Saturday and Sunday Mr nod Mrs J W Lambert of Boone Ky attended church at Macedonia Sun dRy Misues Bessie awl Nora Lin yule wont to Disputfints last week Miss Virgie Martin visited her abler SaturdayantSundayWni cordwood for J N Todd Minae Ella Lake and May Todd wont to H E Moyera Saturday on busintwJ of courseMrs Sarah Stephana visited SundayJfo- rS5J S Waddle and wife visited MoudayWillie Hamilton OhioJ N Todd hue bought part of P S Callibans farm consisting of one hundred acres Including his residence orchard and garden for OOO1i Dink ie Lake made a short visit to Walnut Grovo Monday evoJoint Richmond mid family are planning to go to Iowa Miss Bessie Liuvillo visited friends here Monday night Miss Kate Lake of Bereu was here Friday ou businessDalt Waddle called on John Linville Sunday ereMims Oma Croucher was at Conway Suitor daySuccoss to the Citizen and Its readersFOR SALE Some of the best properties- in Berea and its suburbs at remarkably low prices Must sell at once or the properties- go oft the market Call quick ly and buy while you have tho chance You can see me fit myoffice on Main sreet G D Holliday PHONE 71 KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 COc a suit is all it will cost you ti 1 rit vr n H I News in Kentucky 1 THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATOR The House of FlsarMsntatlVtt Pawed the Crean Dog Tax Bill Franktort Jan 317t senate rom mutes oa wm lctpttMtlelt dodded to report favofuMy the following four of SeMrfor 9pences bUilt Fixing aary of ally Jailer lowll a deputy city clerk obonrlBir license to Cincinnati wagons and other vehicles and ttta bill providing that If the city canned falls any year to pose a tax levy onll asses the tax rte shall remain the ame as the year before The Baton bill providing that whore a man mar rise the girl he seduced he inset tivd with her tares years wee passed with aa amendment sJlowlnc him to leave her if he has a statutory ground fir dI eon pawed the Crosa dmt tax bill iTi exact copy of the dog tax bill pared tr the iMitate las week Tho contest cotnnaltloo In Whlerliaga- ncar from Louisville oatnplotAd Iw report tad unauitnou lr agreed that Haicaa IdemJ shall retain his seat The house committee on ron Ulut1oQ1 amendments r ported favorably oa the Bourns bill proposing an amend meet to the constitution maldna the psymeM of poll tax one of the quail fl atlons of a votes The OTOI street bUt to roRvtele te cost of draining toad was passed yeas 7a nays O MOONAHINER KILLED Anther Mortally Wounded In a Rat tie With the Marshals Sargent Ky Jan SIAI a party of six Inited States maratis s were eWerlBg a lonely ravine in the tlata of the Cumberland mountains on Lower Elkhorn creek wh re a Mill has been looted the moonnhlniTH niH si flm upon the oQctrs end a heeled battle followed Not until the ammuaJtion lof the moonshiners had boon exhausted did they cease firing Even when their leader Henry Adams known as Bad Hen wat stet down they ns ce daily kept up the tire However when hosfllltie ceased tM offloors found Henry Adams shot dead a man named HaH mortal wounded sod from trails of blood Iwadleg Into tb mountain It is known that one or more others were wounded A tImlll served a eevenytar tens la tho I tucky peatteiMlary He was In the re cent engagement on Ix wer Blkhorn In which Alvin Centers war killed IN A RAILWAY CRASH The Conductor Pinioned and Cooked To Death l toe Ky Jan IIn a fnlirlit wreck on the Cherispeake A Ohio road CSpt Pete Vllltr the arodn flOI was burned to dee h In view of r of tolpluM onkMkm The nae tow turned over pinioning MllUr ow4h- it The rftt hot SIOVP was overturn on top of him and he was literally cooked to death Edward Mynn a brakeman was horribly burned In an attempt to rescue Miller but will recover Capt Millers home WM in Ashland Ky The body was taken to Lexington ON THE WAY TO PRISON Alleged Burglar Jumps From a Train I But Is Rsesptufsa I Louisville Ky Jan 31On tile way to the reformatory John Bohn the lender of alleged burglars jumped from the train He was pursued by one of that 4apuUas sad after a chase of nearly two hours was recsptanxj la the rafters of a barn Bob and his companloos were flatUIr plsoed behind the walls of the reformatory Want Attorney Wiafys Imaaashcd- Prankfort Ky Jan ItI dsegla UOB from Whitley may beaded by lUv U II Hlbbs WVker Memos mad Prot Woods appeared before a caucus of repiibUoac legislators and urged that steps te token by the ledalture to trjpeaek CbnmowweaHfas AUoraay J N Shsrpe of WWtley side Strike May Delay Printlnf Praaktort Ky Jan WTba half UOMB prfatars employed oa logfefetlv Mils at tile arlntlng pleat +T George A Lewis hen struck War jo4li1 Ig the Typographical uatna and It la hared there will be ranker daisy In printing Mils for the two bes sa- To Purchase Crab Orchard Sprints Frankfort Ky Jon ILA bill was Introduced In the senate appropriating fftMO and m4 paJnUac oommiaalon ere to purchase the Crab Orohard Springe property for the state to be used ss a home fur idiots epileptics and harmless Incurable juntaa Two Young Men Arrested Paducah Ky Jan 31C O I xk er and II M Newport prominent young men of Murray Ky wets mr- rrested at the Instance of Post OtBo Inspector Kline who cUlpa thorn with operating a green goods scheme at OuMnwn Ale Wheeler Memorial Services Ntehotasvtlle Ky Jau31 John Morgan Chapter DaugiuiiM ut Hi Confederacy held memor al u rrici it the OhriaUaa oaarcfc Les hnr of Oen Josatih Wheeler Des 1C W Std Carklo and W F Taylor mode short addresses Orders To Dsbsnd Militia Company MMdlseboro Ky Ji 1IJi i wore received from Oov ri iy Capt AJmreoht of the Jot rompeny disbanding the hero Tills company has beenCOJDpDI ilnco the 2d of Novajiftqr e t oc I i i 1 L Berea College I fOUNDED 1856 PLACES THE BEST FWCATION IN REACH OP ALL- Over 40 TMOhtrs and coo Students from 38 States Largest Collf Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Tw1 rears tours with agrlmtlturo for jounfj OMU soil IXUicNtic Soient for young Ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry IViutiog Hvuaswofk Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSES For tubers Three eoureva leading to County t VrtiliiMU SUU OrtiHik anti State Diplomat ACADEMY COURSES Four years Irting for CWJegc for bulnwi mail fur lijft- 1COLLEGE COURSES Library ScioetiftV Claaskml loading in Baeealnur ate drgre MUSIC tL Tii I fn V Rw l Ortfia V Wal PiMO Tk0ry- W art here to lirfjt nil ntill hear themselves toward n Christian 1cul iou Our iiiKtrx tiuii in a tnt gift titutients imy a small iHoidonUl fee to liMit t exIl wt of the hoI rtpirt ftnm iuntriiatiaa toad mutt also pay for Ixwrd in H haut Kx 1uaee for toll lerm of II weeks may bo brought nitliiu Jd Vinti u i in of 1 1 weeks mon Spring leriy of 11 works fJJ Full term ollfJfl1 September 13 ConsrogaUOI1alirI 1 I For information tad friendly JtdYice aJdraw tM Secretary WILL C GAMBLE B ra Madison County Ky Always Remember the full Name Laxative Brorno Quinine CurII iCoM in One Bay Grip inTwo t8 JE loll 25c THE DODGING PERIOD i of awcmans life Is the name often given to the change of lifetYour mrrres cone at long Intervals epnd grow scantier until they tip Some vinen step suddenly The entire ohms lasts three or four yea and It is tho cauaa of much pain and cbJocomlortCwhich can hovever be cured by taking IWINE CARDUI I Womans Relief It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability mtoerabte aaas fcrgetfuSnes famflrg diitreaa hot and cold flashes weak neu tired feeling etc Cardul win bring you saftJy through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rat of your bee At ill druggists In 5100 bottles Try It r wnn m A UTTtt sad frankly WUcj us ill your In Wtwfli send Free A M in plant swM rvIope AJlu ls NPLTaChananuegallealldns 1 1 J I Theyy money j dot 6 nit IIP CANDIES UttSURP I JOESHole Agfii- tRichmond Ky abut 6ft I A Farm of JOO Acres FOR SALE 11 lLili 1It r j a Cnhlege ili 10J I st ns ill timber ttnd 1 Li tlHrbrcluti with 2 flip phH Leal rhrdigood Wutir gI liars iml W 1 1rrctvi Iii 11t tl I h- heill take 1110 ill it r n j P Bi KrFLh L 1 FOR SALE See 1 1V 1111A111 fir 1o 111III I t l 111 i llil n fim I iiI i- It Rooms for rent well Kirntwl and ventilated Emptiru of C C Kuoduu VA t- l 7 CIa I I punS BUT DEATHfI suffrml wtity Vlrrinte Robsonrof Eutun MJ wr took CaMel width rand es an quickly It aurprlMd Ply dottnr who didnt knew I was uldII H CHDMonon I DIRECT THE 1 BETWEBNI Cincinnati Chicago I i I Four fast train atoll way Fine coa olive slfttidanl Pullman and Cotnpartmstit 8Iee rs The very heat dining oafs aervhp POX berth reservation acWrBsfl W B CALLSWAYAGPAClncfnNtl r EEiiflSfl Ii LICENSED GAIBALMGR AND UNDERTAKER ftaoasaaor toll It Robinson l All tulle promptly attended toInight and clay Ti iliiH o 4 Beroci Ky i w Unties Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a lull lino of m to data Goods s I 1r h n